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Protection of oceanographic instrumentation from biofouling using local chlorination

The Ifremer local chlorination technique with metallic mesh electode has been successfully testing on much kind of instruments during BRIMOM project. This technology is compatible with autonomous monitoring in terms of energy need and mechanical design.

Ifremer plan to distribute this know how to instrument manufacturers in the next three years.

First contacts are in progress with instrument manufacturers, additional ones should contact us idf interested.

The Ifremer local chlorination technique with oxide window coating electode has been successfully testing on one optical instrument during BRIMOM project. This technology is very promising. Further collaborations with instrument manufacturers should be engaged in the next three years in order to develop the technique.

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Research and Studies
Ifremer Centre de Brest
29280 Plouzané
France
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