REDUCE THE USE OF DIVERS IN HYDROELECTRIC INSPECTIONS AND CLEANING
Invest in a Deep Trekker ROV for your Hydroelectric inspection. Talk to our Industry Specialist today about your specific needs and learn more about:
Inspect without dewatering
Save on scaffolding
Clear trash racks
How can Deep Trekker help me reduce dives?
Deep Trekker Remotely Operated Vehicles (ROVs) are tethered underwater devices that can reach depths of up to 300M delivering HD Video to the surface for inspections and maintenance.
Hydroelectric Application Packages
Get more work done. Retrieve objects or specimens with the 2-function grabber arm, the heading and depth make precise inspection and retrieval easier. Shop now.Learn More
Want to put your PIVOT to work? The expert package unlocks the rotating tool platform plus the grabber tool, spare batteries for the ultimate in convenience.Learn More
Eugene Water and Electric Board
"I could come up with at least 5 times so far where we would have scheduled divers to do what the ROV did."
Jon Thomas, Eugene Water and Electric Board
5 Ways ROVs Benefit Hydroelectric Plants
Divers are commonly used for the regular inspection work of underwater infrastructure in hydroelectric plants. While effective, diver inspections in the confined, dark and murky environments of energy plants can be incredibly dangerous.
Che Swearengen and Ontario Power Generation
"In this instance, costs and safety were the two driving factors. With regards to safety it was the human factor, there was no radiation and no work protection involved for shutting down the systems."
Che Swearengen, Ontario Power Generation