Allsalt Maritime Launches New Kinetix Models

In addition to continuing to develop the Kinetix product line offerings, Allsalt Maritime acquired the AmbexgSense shock monitoring system in March 2020.

FREMONT, CA: Allsalt Maritime announced the launch of four new Kinetix models, each designed to provide easily assimilated guidance for maritime professionals to operate safely within designated shock and vibration exposure limits, reducing the risk of damage to vessels or injury to occupants.

High-speed watercraft and their crews experience severe shock and vibration levels when operating at sea. Vessel hulls, onboard equipment, and, most importantly, human occupants are subject to damage from overexposure to wave impacts caused by abrupt accelerations from unpredictable rough water. Kinetix, a vessel shock monitoring system by Allsalt Maritime, allows maritime agencies to monitor short- and long-term accelerations, investigate high-impact incidents, and predict vessel maintenance intervals.

Workplace regulations for limiting whole-body vibration (WBV) exposures continue to gain international attention, most notably the EU directive 2002/44/EC, which requires employers to assess and mitigate mechanical vibration, such as that found on high-speed craft. Kinetix offers maritime agencies a solution for detecting overexposure in real-time, as well as the ability to record acceleration data at a high sample rate for use in validating policy compliance or in legal proceedings or accident investigations.

"The Kinetix product line was developed to reduce the risk that an agency's assets -- either human or equipment -- suffer damage or injury when operating at high speeds," says Dr. Tom Gunston, Chief Scientist for Kinetix.

"We've been working hand-in-hand with some of the world's most respected search, rescue, and patrol organizations to refine the product offering over the past several months. With Kinetix we can now meet client's needs at every level of maritime operations – from onboard operators to fleet supervisors to health and safety management."

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