DVLs and ADCPs for Ashtead Technology21/06/2012
|The US-based Ashtead Technology - Offshore Division has added eight Workhorse Navigator Doppler Velocity Logs (DVLs) to its existing global rental pool. The eight DVLs will be available for rental via Ashtead Technology’s Houston office in support of the recent increase in offshore activity within the Gulf of Mexico.|
Ashtead Technology has also placed an order for seven additional Workhorse Sentinel Acoustic Doppler Current Profilers (ADCPs) with Waves options for lease out of the company’s Aberdeen office. The units range from 300 to 1200kHz, and will be used for a wide array of current profiling and wave measurement applications. These new orders, coupled with the existing rental fleet, bring the total number of Navigators and Sentinels available to rent from Ashtead Technology to over 50.
Ashtead Technology provides a vast range of rental equipment for a variety of applications, with a focus on underwater positioning and surveying. The organisation maintains worldwide office locations, including Houston (Texas, USA), Aberdeen (UK) and Singapore.
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