Dynamic Load Monitoring launch new product

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Dynamic Load Monitoring (UK) Ltd (DLM) has been using Seawork to showcase the launch of its new product, the Subsea Data logging Tensile Link for measuring and data logging the tensile load on subsea applications.

The product was developed by DLM Engineers following numerous enquiries and a high demand from its subsea, offshore and ocean science customers. 

The Subsea Data Logging Tensile Link is a robust tensile Link used for measuring tensile loads on subsea mooring lines, underwater deployments and other similar applications. 

Available in load ranges from 5 tonne up to 200 tonne the instrument measures and records the applied load using an internal data logger which was developed by DLM Electronic Engineers.

Martin Halford, Managing Director explains how Seawork is opening up new markets for them: “We’ve been coming to Seawork for around five years and we like it as it’s close for us and we find we get lots of enquires from different industries where we can customise our equipment and find a solution for them. So, at Seawork this year we’ve been talking to someone who wants information on the load on the mooring line at a fish farm. That’s what’s good about it here as we can talk through options to use our equipment in new sectors and tailor our standard products to meet their requirements.

“There is always a good mixture of people who visit from engineers to directors and there are a lot of technical enquiries which is what we’re after.”

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