Do your sensors begin to drift within the first couple weeks of deployment due to biofouling?
Do you lack the time and budget to keep sensors performing well in-situ?
Are TBT antifouling methods outlawed in your country due to its toxic impact on the environment?
Are you unable to collect enough data before your sensors succumb to biofouling?
Are your sensors' critical surfaces fragile and complex, rendering most antifouling technologies unsuitable?
Do you struggle to bid competitively without risking profitability due to unpredictable maintenance requirements?
UV•Xchange kept sensors performing for 30 months in-situ.
OSU’s cameras and dissolved oxygen sensors completed a six month deployment without maintenance.
UV antifouling in this extreme environment helped Ocean Networks Canada reduce the cost and complexity of subsea monitoring sites.
The first in-situ trial of AML's UV biofouling control technology validated its ability to prevent marine growth.
AML’s UV Biofouling Control is proven to remove both the technical and financial unpredictability brought on by biofouling during in-situ deployments.
With hundreds of devices deployed around the world, AML’s UV•Xchange and Cabled UV are the market leaders in biofouling control technologies.