The offshore wind industry profits from a wave radar

Real-time and accurate wave and tide information are very important during many kinds of operations. Weather is a major risk factor during offshore cases. Therefore, the right knowledge of the weather conditions will give your staff the necessary information about which operations can be performed safely. Also, real-time wave monitoring provides essential information for vessels during offshore operations. If you purchase a wave radar from Radac, you get the necessary information a wave radar needs to provide in order to work in a safe environment. The wave and tides data will increase operational efficiency, safer jacking operations, personal transfers and safe access to turbine platforms from service vessels.

A wave radar with many benefits for your company

When you are looking for real time wave radar to behave as needed in critical situations you are at the right place with Radac. Once you’ve purchased this radar, you will profit from the many benefits; no more maintenance, a radar that’s suitable for all weather conditions, a low power consumption device and explosion proof certified. These are a few examples of the benefits the radar will give you. The radar can be used on offshore oil and gas platforms, offshore wind parks and platforms, harbours and coasts and as an input to Met-Ocean systems. Radac provides two types of products; the WaveGuide Height & Tide and the WaveGuide Height & Tide Ex certified. 

The WaveGuide radar; worldwide, many leading companies rely on this wave radar

Did you know that the WaveGuide radar made by Radac is a very accurate wave radar for level gauge in different environments? Worldwide, many leading companies rely on this radar. Maybe your company will be soon too. You can profit from the many benefits this radar can provide. Examples are the easy installation, a low power consumption and an excellent price/performance ratio. Also, this radar is suitable for all weather conditions. The WaveGuide radar measures the distance to the water surface several times per second. You can purchase this radar in two versions: a standard stainless-steel version and the ATEX certified version.