Commercial Salvage Diving
The most versatile, reliable, and rugged underwater robot on your team.
For the commercial salvage diving industry, accidents happen under water. Whether these are caused by normal wear and tear on sub-surface and subsea infrastructure, or by the unintentional loss of vehicles, boats or aircraft, we rely on skilled, brave men and women to solve problems that are not easily fixed. These skilled divers put their lives on the line, and the more knowledge they have about the situations they will encounter under water, the less chance of accidents happening.
Using Deep Trekker ROVs for Commercial Salvage Diving Safety
The more commercial or salvage divers know about the underwater environment they are about to enter, the easier it is to prepare for and mitigate the risk. The portable Deep Trekker mini ROVs are an essential tool in ensuring a higher level of diver safety. The Deep Trekker systems are the perfect situation scouting tool, allowing divers to gain a better understanding of the situation and environment before they splashdown. Our commercial-grade ROVs can stand up to tough water conditions and are a reliable partner to divers. With years of experience in the commercial diving industry, we’ve refined our underwater ROVs to perform exceptionally in any operation, whether it’s infrastructure inspection or a deep sea salvage operation. If you need an underwater ROV for commercial applications, contact us today!
The Benefits of Deep Trekker in Commercial Salvage Diving:
- Complete Portability with no topside generators or boxes required
- Easy to Use. You don’t have to be a trained ROV pilot to be an expert pilot
- Remotely operated and safe option for dangerous conditions
- Compact size and extreme maneuverability with the patented pitching system
- Advanced add-ons such as a grabber arm, cutter attachment, thickness gauge, sonar and more
- Affordable robust equipment
- Document dives on an SD card with the Deep Trekker DVR, with voice-over capabilities
- Versatile to tackle any type of underwater salvage project
Deep Trekker ROVs are used around the world for assisting in commercial and salvage dive operations. Choose between our two proven ROV models or our pipe crawler for internal pipe inspection.
DTG2 ‘Worker’ ROV
Compact with auto-heading, auto-depth and object retrieval. Depth rated to 150 m (492 ft)
DTX2 with Grabber ROV
Vectored thrusters when working in higher currents or moving laterally. Depth rated to 305 m (1000 ft)
DT-340 ‘S’ Crawler
PTZ Camera, Robust and Battery-Operated Pipe Crawler. Depth rated to 50 m (164 ft)
Our ROVs and Pipe Crawlers have been designed specifically for your commercial operations. All of our systems are battery-powered for instant deployment and include a super-bright hand-held controller for intuitive piloting. With these systems, we have introduced a wide range of add-ons to customize each product for your specific needs. Here are some of our ROV customer’s favorites:
Nice and handy ROV, perfect alternative to divers when you need eyes under water. Virtually no preparation needed; just bring the case to your work site, take out the ROV, connect the remote and throw it into the water. – Miko Marine
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April 13, 2018Deep Trekker to attend Water Environment Association of Canada (WEAO) in London, Ontario. The company’s ROVs provide regular inspections to water tanks to ensure clean drinking water and viable solutions to global water challenges – in support of Water for People Nonprofit. Creating Innovative Solutions to Tackle Water Issues The global water cycle is facing many challenges… Read More »
April 11, 2018Underwater ROVs (Remotely Operated Vehicles) are submersible, robotic systems, used to observe the depths of large bodies of water by operators from shore or by divers in the water. Everything You Need to Know About Underwater ROVs Ranging in size, ROVs can be as small as a basketball to as big as a large SUV… Read More »
Increase diver safety, reduce dive times, deliver tools, complete pre-inspections, and more with Deep Trekker commercial-grade underwater drones.