August 2015 - Marine Technology Reporter

MTR100: RBR

Posted by Irina Tabakina

5-95 Hines Road
Kanata, ON, Canada K2K 2M5
T: +1 (613) 599-8900
E: info@rbr-global.com
W: www.rbr-global.com
CEO/President: Greg Johnson
No. of Employees: 26

 

Since 1976, RBR Ltd. has been manufacturing high precision instruments for oceanographic, freshwater, groundwater and cryospheric research. Founded by Richard Brancker, the company is now run by a team of enthusiastic engineers and oceanographers and produces instruments calibrated to WOCE standards.deploy
RBR develops and markets submersible data loggers (sondes, recorders) for CTD, conductivity, temperature, depth (pressure), turbidity, fluorescence, dissolved oxygen, pH, ORP (RedOx), PAR measurements. RBR provides other sensors, thermistor chains (strings), tide gauges, and wave gauges to meet all your measurement requirements.  Our instruments are all built on a modular platform to permit rapid custom configuration.  All of our new generation single,dual and multi-channel loggers are based on a new architecture that incorporates more memory, more battery power, and faster data download.
Calibration equipment at RBR permits traceable calibration for oceanographic instruments including temperature to +/- 0.002 degrees, conductivity to +/- 0.003 mS/cm and pressure to +/- 0.01%. In house calibration of DO, pH, ORP (RedOx) and turbidity complement those for the fundamental physical measurements.
RBR also manufactures custom electronic instrumentation. This equipment ranges from adding customer-specified sensors to our precision data loggers, to remodeling research-specific equipment, to making completely new instruments.
 

The MTR100 is Marine Technology Reporter's Annual report on 100 leading companies in the subsea industry, published in the July/August 2015 edition of MTR - http://www.marinetechnologynews.com/Magazine

Other stories from August 2015 issue

Content

Marine Technology

Marine Technology Reporter is the world's largest audited subsea industry publication serving the offshore energy, subsea defense and scientific communities.