Oil and Energy

Rugged and Robust Features of a Work Class ROV, but in a portable, affordable package.

 

As the population grows, the need for efficient production and delivery of energy is becoming more and more pressing. Much of the new energy developments, whether wind, solar, oil and gas, nuclear, or hydroelectricity, involve infrastructure under the water. Ensuring safety, efficiency, and lessening environmental impact depends on proper and periodic monitoring of the processes and equipment below the surface. The Deep Trekker mini ROV systems offer an alternative or complement to sending divers down to do emergency or routine inspection work.

Deep Trekker portable ROV systems have been used to do inspections at nuclear power plants, including water tanks, in-water equipment, and in reactor. Inspecting penstock and trash gates at hydroelectric stations is made simple, with no need to carry a generator or find a power supply near the inspection area. Undersea installations at sea-based wind and solar installations can easily be done from the boat with the one-man carry ROV systems. Even when divers are needed in the water for repairs, Deep Trekker mini ROVs offer peace of mind by being an extra set of eyes in the water for safety, security, and guidance.

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The Benefits of Deep Trekker for Oil and Energy:

  • Easily deploy with 1 -2 person teams to complete full inspections
  • Onboard batteries requiring no top-side power
  • 270-degree camera rotation for efficient inspection
  • Monitor divers easily and completely document all work
  • Pitching System allows the ROV to go where is too small or dangerous for divers
  • No maintenance, no shaft seals to service, grease or replace. Simply keep it clean and charged
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Deep Trekker underwater robots are commercial-grade and trusted worldwide. Choose which of our product lines best fits your application, then customize with our range of task specific options.

DTG2 ‘Smart’ ROV
Compact and robust, complete with auto-heading and auto-depth functionality. Depth rated to 150 m (492 ft)

DTG2 Smart Package

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DTX2 ROV
Vectored thrusters when working in higher currents or moving laterally. Depth rated to 305 m (1000 ft)

DTX2 Standard Package

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DT340 Pipe Crawler
Submersible and battery operated pipe crawler, PTZ camera to inspect hard to reach areas

Pipe Crawler Tracks

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DT640Mag Utility Crawler
Submersible and magnetic three-wheeled vehicle to inspect ferrous structures such as penstocks

Utility Crawler

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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 customer’s favorites:

Side-facing Cameras

Side-facing camera inspection

Quickly change views to look at walls beside you

Sonar Systems 

Gemini Multibeam sonar

Work with sonar in low-visibility waters

Auxiliary Lights

DTG2 Auxiliary Lights

Additional light when working in confined spaces

Laser Scaler

Laser Scaler

Reference points to estimate size of pits or cracks

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“We were able to save valuable dive time by using the ROV to pinpoint the spots that we wanted to concentrate on.”

 – Frank Hauser 

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Rugged and robust features in a small package. Save time and money by deploying a Deep Trekker micro ROV for your next inspection.

 

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