Underwater Search Equipment
At Sea-View Diving, researchers will be impressed with our selection of high-tech underwater search equipment like Side Scan Sonars, underwater metal detectors and drop video cameras. We also have underwater lighting. You have found the best place to find underwater search and recovery equipment.
Hydrographic surveyors will want to access our Sonar & Cameras departments. For instance, you can view supplies like the amazing JW Fisher Side Scan Sonar. Additionally, we have other useful underwater search and recovery equipment from a boat.
The Sea-View Diving lineup of commercial underwater drop video cameras brings you the best of these products at exceptional prices. We offer several different models of underwater video cameras to use. Depending on your needs or budget, we have what you need. Some underwater video camera applications have specific accessories that you will want to know about.
Magnetometers are to detect archeological sites, shipwrecks and other buried or submerged objects. To survey a large area, one should use a towable magnetometer. For instance, we have the JW Fisher Proton 5.
Side-scan sonar is one of the most effective tools for underwater search and rescue equipment. For instance, it can search a large area quickly, in addition to producing a detailed picture of anything on the bottom, regardless of water clarity. When looking at a side scan image, it appears as if the water is removed. Above all, you can choose between 10 different scan ranges and eight colour schemes to display images. Additionally, you can connect a GPS and position coordinates are captured automatically with the side scan data.
Sector Scanning is an ideal tool for the underwater search. It produces a “picture” of the underwater environment regardless of the water visibility.
A Sub Bottom Profiler is used to identify the thickness of different strata layers below the ocean floor.
Remotely operated underwater vehicles are different from remote control vehicles operating on land or in the air. ROVs are unoccupied, maneuverable, and operated by a crew either aboard a vessel or on land. They are commonly used in deepwater industries such as the offshore oil industry. They are linked to a host ship by a neutrally buoyant tether/cable. Most ROVs have at least a video camera and lights. Additional equipment is commonly added to expand the vehicle’s capabilities.