August 2016 - Marine Technology Reporter

MTR100: Chelsea Technologies Group

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Chelsea Technologies Group (CTG) specializes in the design and manufacture of a range of sensors and systems for the oceanographic, maritime, environmental and defense markets. Innovation within the Chelsea Technologies Group crosses throughout the company’s core market sectors with key state-of-the-art technologies commonly adopted through the market groups. Chelsea Instruments Ltd. was established in 1965 as a spin off from Imperial Collage, London. It merged in 2001 with Marine Acoustics Ltd. to form Chelsea Technologies Group Ltd. A team of  scientists and engineers are engaged in design, development, production engineering and marketing of a wide range of oceanographic sensors, sonar systems, acoustic transducers and towed vehicle systems. Applications include environmental monitoring, acoustics sonar, biotechnology, advanced optics and technical and consultancy. CTG’s comprehensive research and development facility provides a center of excellence for novel sensor design, prototyping and manufacture.
CTG provide sensors and systems for measurement of key environmental parameters within the oceanographic, coastal and inland water zones. The range of sensors include Lux fluorometers, for detection of chl-a, cyanobacterias, as well as dyes for tracer studies. The family also include UV fluorometers for detection of Hydrocarbons, CDOM and Effluent / Bacteria. CTG’s UviLux sensor provides highly sensitive data on a wide variety of UV fluorescence parameters. Active fluorescence fluorometers are also provided with the Fast Ocean range, a family of multi-wavelength Fast Repetition Rate Fluorometer systems for in situ and laboratory studies of phytoplankton photosynthesis and gross primary productivity.
(As published in the July/August 2016 MTR100 edition of Marine Technology Reporter)

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