Brendan Cook | June 5th, 2017
Deep Trekker™ has added to its fleet of portable, robust underwater drone robots; the DT640 Utility Crawler - designed to perform a multitude of underwater tasks.
From the start, Deep Trekker™ has always collaborated with clients to build affordable products to perform underwater inspections over various industries. As a result of listening to feedback, Deep Trekker™ has launched a new product to its submersible robot lineup; the DT640 Utility Crawler.
This is a brand new inspection and service robot is the first three-wheeled vehicle of its kind. Its modular construction allows for the unit to be equipped with multiple operative attachments; making the DT640 more than just an inspection vehicle. The Utility Crawler can be outfitted with magnetic wheels, pressure washer, vacuum, thickness gauge, and a dozer.
Fixed with an HD camera, magnetic wheels and a multitude of application-specific add-ons; the Utility Crawler is incredibly versatile and easy to deploy at a moment’s notice.
The Utility Crawler, designed by Deep Trekker™, is submersible to 50 meters (164 ft.), and houses its own onboard batteries, making deployment easy and quick for tasks such as contraband inspections and testing hull integrity or thickness. Magnetic wheels and various add-ons permit diverse applications such as scraping away marine growth or power washing the hull or examining for invasive species while in port. The Utility Crawler has both military and municipality applications as well.
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Outfitted with the vacuum attachment, operators can effectively navigate the bottom of the tank and clean the debris from the bottom.
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