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Silt- and sand-rich host sediments on the seabed in regions such as the Gulf of Mexico are the best locations in which to store CO2 in liquid or hydrate form, providing an environmentally-friendly, safe and permanent ‘home’ for captured greenhouse gas emissions.

ULTRA-LOW DENSITY

SYNTACTIC FOAM SOLUTIONS

Designed to operate at depths of 2000- 7000msw, our market-leading high performance foams are typically used on

ROV/AUV/HOVs and are suitable for other deepwater applicatons including trenchers, submarine trim adjustment, oceanographic vehicles, suspended instrumentaton, buoyancy modules and sonar domes.

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Operating depth Typical core density 6500 / 2000 385 9850 / 3000 401 13100 / 4000 435 16500 / 5000 479 19685 / 6000 519 23000 / 7000 565

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