Technical Marine Supplies returns to Seawork


Specialist marine trade distributor Technical Marine Supplies (TMS) is exhibiting at Seawork 2023, on stands SB035 & SB037.

Seawork is Europe’s largest commercial marine and workboat exhibition, and this year takes place from 13-15 June at Mayflower Park in Southampton.

Stand SB035 will be dedicated to the launch of Omnisense’s new range of Forward-Looking IR cameras, where the new Mini and Micro will be on display. The Micro, which is the smallest product in the range of Ulysses cameras, offers a single thermal lens, with low power consumption, 4x zoom and radar tracking.

The Mini will also be present at Seawork, and offers a day and night camera, thus enabling the much desired “Defog” mode, where intelligent software uses lens technology to be able to look ahead in low visibility. Using brushless motors and having continuous 360-degree rotation is standard throughout the range, as is the ability to Slew-to-Cue, RADAR tracking and MARPA on most models.

TMS says there is keen interest in the Ulysses 2 camera, which offers genuine thermal tracking at a distance of up to two miles, essential for crew searching in a MOB situation. With a motor design that negates the need for expensive built in cooling systems, the Ulysses 2 is becoming the “go-to” unit for defence and commercial applications, according to TMS.

At stand SB037, TMS is showcasing Sertec Marine CMCE lightning prevention systems, and the Bonomi Tailing Cleat, a must for crew safety.

Sertec CMCE devices, along with the Storm 7 condition monitor, have proved hugely successful in asset protection through lightning prevention, and having the Storm 7 monitor onboard offers reassurance that the inert device is functioning efficiently.

The Bonomi cleat on display offers a working pull load of 300kg, and offers complete crew safety by removing the need to transfer the highly loaded warp from the capstan to the cleat, in order to make fast.

By removing this action, the crew’s lower back is protected from strain, and potentially long-lasting damage.

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