Hire List

We are also sales distributors for many of the items listed below

Seabed Grab Samplers
All grabs are constructed in stainless steel unless otherwise stated
Standard Day Grab
Frame mounted dual bucket samplers. Automatic seabed jaw release.
Sampling closure action is created by taking up slack on deployment cable.
Sample area 0.1 m 2 Size of frame 82 x 82 x 120 cms.
Weight of sampler including 4 x 15 Kg. detachable lead weights 100 Kg.
Total shipment weight with deck stand 125 Kg.
Seabed Core Samplers
Box Corers
Core size 20 x 28 x 40 cm deep; 6 x 50 kg removable weights on transit pallet; frame base 1.8 x 1.7m; total height 2.4 m; weight ex weights approx 150 kg; frame base in stainless, main body galvanized; detachable stainless box and shoes in transit case; all fully serviced with test certificate.
£700 for first month and £250 / month thereafter.

Terms and Conditions of Hire

Tresanton Oceanographic full terms and conditions of hire apply to any equipment supplied.
A copy of which can be downloaded from this site. A synopsis of our full terms and conditions follows.

  1. Prices are quoted ex works Bramshott, Liphook , Hants. or other designated UK base excluding VAT,
    which will be charged at the prevailing rate. A minimum 7 day hire period applies
  2. Freight / duty etc. will be recharged at cost plus 15%.
  3. Responsibility for equipment / Insurance cover, to the full replacement value of the equipment hired lies with Hirer.
  4. Whilst every assistance will be given to customers in selecting the right piece of equipment for their requirement,
    the ultimate responsibility of choice, lies with the user.
  5. All the above items, are of standard industry design and it is assumed clients are familiar their operation.
    T.O. cannot be held responsible for any damage, injury or death caused by client in the operation of T.O. equipment.
  6. Offer subject to availability.
  7. Tresanton Oceanographic reserves the right to change the above rates without notice .

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