Universal Inline Streamer Recovery Device (SRD)
Inline Streamer Recovery Device
The Universal Inline SRD is an automatic, sealed Streamer Recovery Device that aids in the recovery of seismic marine streamers which have been accidentally severed from a tow vessel. These devices are placed at specified intervals (300 meters maximum) inline with the streamer cable and are activated when the streamer sinks to a preset depth of approximately 48–60 meters or pressure of 70–87.5 psi.
The Universal Inline SRD is designed to be attached inline with the streamer cable and is non-magnetic (Titanium), enabling the use of heading sensors in close proximity.
- All critical components are isolated from seawater before, during,
and after actuation.
- Replaceable batteries and recharge kits allows actuated units to be
- Corrosion resistance of internal components through sealed design.
Buoyancy in Water: –2.0 kg (–4.5 lbs.)
Weight in Air: 2.6 kg (5.7 lbs.)
Maximum Lift @ 48m: 4.7kg (10.4 lbs.)
Maximum Lift @ 60m: 3.5kg (7.7 lbs.)
Lift @ surface: 30kg (65 lbs.)
Gas Source: CO²
Activator: Electronically Activated Squib
Variable Activation: 70–87.5 psi pressure or 48–60m seawater
Battery: 1 each, 3 volt Extended Life, Non-Magnetic Lithium
Length Without Customer Supplied Connectors: 10.25in
Main Body Diameter: 3.55 in
Cable Pass Through Diameter: .8 in