Deep Trekker launches their new remotely operated vehicle
Headquartered in Kitchener, Ontario, Canada, Deep Trekker is a company involved in submersible ROVs, utility vehicles and pipe crawlers.
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KITCHENER — On June 29, Deep Trekker announced the release of their new underwater remotely operated vehicle (ROV), the PIVOT.
Equipped with 6 thrusters powered by lithium ion batteries, the Pivot provides users with stability, power, speed and control in a portable package. With 97 degree rotating tool positioning pilots can take advantage of flexible imaging options and convenient tool manipulation from a stable platform. The 220 degree range of motion on the HD camera allows users to complete inspections in a timely manner.
“The PIVOT is a completely reimagined submersible ROV,” shared Deep Trekker President Sam Macdonald. “The third ROV to fill our line, the PIVOT is the perfect middle ground between our DTG3 and our REVOLUTION ROVs.”
Headquartered in Kitchener, Ontario, Canada, Deep Trekker is a company involved in submersible ROVs, utility vehicles and pipe crawlers. Seeking to provide solutions for every underwater mission, Deep Trekker is trying to deliver fully assembled, tested and ready to use vehicles.
“At Deep Trekker we’re proud of our robust vehicles and the PIVOT is no exception,” explained Macdonald. “The carbon fibre and aluminium frame combined with stainless steel components, magnetically coupled thrusters and intelligent design ensures that operators can trust their vehicle to get the job done.”
Deep Trekker also purports to provide ongoing customer support to clients who purchase an ROV. When you buy a Deep Trekker, you also buy the support of the Deep Trekker team behind you,” shared Macdonald.