- Commercial Brands
- Commercial Vessels
- Marine Surveyors
At the moment we have 5 different control unit models and 5 types of transducers in our Heavy Duty Series (HDS).
Please note that for different transducer sizes (different Wattage) we use different electronics/transformer specifications. So different transducer models are not interchangeable without adapting
the electronics in the control unit. Given the modular design of our control units, this amounts to no more than exchanging 1 or more plug-and-play Power Circuit Boards (PCB’s).
Shipsonic or one of our agents will help you with the optimal configuration of your system. This configuration depends on the type and size of the object (sea-chest, box-cooler, bucket-strainer, hull, etc). We often place different transducer types on 1 object, to guarantee a wide spectrum of ultrasonic frequencies.
Thus, control units and transducers are sold separately, according to individual system design. Our Power Circuit Boards (PCB’s) can also be supplied independently.
Shipsonic™ has different transducer classifications; water-resistant IP63 and water-proof IP67.
Our different transducers, often used in combination, are:
- 50 Watt 17 kHz, different housings available
- 50 Watt 40 kHz, IP67
- 80 Watt 23 kHz, different housings available
- 100 Watt 28 kHz, IP63
- 100 Watt 28 kHz, IP67
- 120 Watt 20 kHz, IP67
Correct ultrasonic frequency
We use heavy, low frequency transducers for 2 reasons:
– the lower ultrasonic frequencies are more effective
– the resonance frequency of a transducer goes up about 16 kHz
once it is installed on an object like a box-cooler (thus a 20 kHz
transducer will make your box cooler resonate with approximately
Our design features a standalone software module for each transducer, looping constantly through all frequencies from 20 to 60 kHZ. This enables us to ensure that each transducer/object combination always receives pulses in its optimum range.
The Netherlands has a rich maritime research and development tradition. At Shipsonic we have made a conscious decision to tap into this. To be able to do this, our systems are fully developed and built in the Netherlands. This allows us to partner with such institutions as the NIOZ (Netherlands Institute for Sea Research) and the HZ Vlissingen (University of Applied Sciences), amongst others. For a more detailed look into our present innovation agenda, go to our Research & Development section.