Marine

Marine

 

The marine industry’s requirement for measurement is a particular passion for Mantracourt.

Mantracourts technology has been used in a diverse range of application situations, from strain gauge signal converters for mooring load monitoring on yacht masts, to strain gauge signal converters for mooring line monitoring, barge loading and engine power output. The applications have utilised our handheld or bulkhead display products for data logging and remote wireless telemetry data transmission.

The examples below show how our strain gauge signal converters are being utilised within the Marine industry:

If you have an application for strain gauge signal converters and wireless telemetry systems in marine industry we are here to help, please contact us

Anchor Testing Anchor Testing The Problem: A leading marine publication wanted to carry out tests on various makes of anchors to determine their effectiveness and grade them on their merits. An anc...
Superyacht Sail-track Development Superyacht Sail-track Development The Application: Superyachts need to achieve maximum performance and the measurement of multi-directional connection forces between the sail and their sophisticat...
Wireless Mooring Rope Monitoring of Maritime Vessel Wireless Mooring Rope Monitoring of Maritime Vessel Monitoring of mooring ropes is an important issue for safety reasons and for assurance that the ship is secure at all times. Historically, the only solutions have involve...
Deep Sea Diving Environment Monitoring Deep Sea Diving Environment Monitoring Deep sea diving can be a harzardous occupation, therefore divers have to carefully prepare before dives which demands strictly monitored conditions. The Problem: Divers...
Mast Force Monitoring in Racing Yachts Mast Force Monitoring in Racing Yachts The Problem: To succeed in racing, yachts have to achieve maximum performance and the forces acting upon a yacht's mast can give an indication on how efficient the sai...
Prop Supports in Dry Dock Prop Supports in Dry Dock The Problem: As a ship is supported by props in a dry dock, it is vital that each prop takes its share of the load when each of the props are placed in position. The So...
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