Underwater thickness monitoring

Cygnus DIVE underwater thickness gauge used to inspect the hull of HMS A7 submarine (Photo:The SHIPS Project)

A team of divers from the A7 Project in the UK have been using a Cygnus DIVE underwater ultrasonic thickness gauge so that they could measure the metal thickness of a century old Royal Navy submarine wreck to determine the current condition of the remains and to monitor its deterioration ...

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