Multibeam Sonar Systems use beam-forming techniques to create large swaths of the seafloor and produce high-resolution bathymetry & seafloor imagery. This technology produces large amounts of data presenting fundamental challenges in terms of data interaction, integration and interpretation. Multibeam sonar systems provide fanshaped coverage of the seafloor similar to side scan sonars. Multibeam sonar systems are generally attached to a vessel, rather than being towed like a side scan. This system is used to identify and describe shipwrecks. Multibeam sonar systems are capable of collecting and recording data samples covering the full-water column. This system provides hydrographic quality depth data as well as high-resolution seafloor sonar images.
Multicell heaters provide independent zone control for precise temperature uniformity. Its loose fit design provides easy insertion in and removal from the equipment. It has an extreme process temperature capability. It is used in hot forging dies, heated platens, furnaces applications, aluminum processing, soil remediation and glass forming, bending & tempering applications.