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BIRNS Connectivity Solutions for DeepFlight

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Posted by Eric Haun

BIRNS, Inc. has been selected to supply a range of custom penetrator assemblies for personal submarine manufacturer DeepFlight's newest submarine model, the DeepFlight Super Falcon 3S.
The high density, ABS certified custom penetrators will be crafted from anodized aluminum and rated to 400FSW. The custom penetrator assemblies will be a key piece of the Super Falcon 3S, a craft which was specifically designed for ocean tourism and to provide underwater excursions at luxury resorts around the world.
"We are thrilled to be partnering with DeepFlight as they prepare for the exciting launch of the DeepFlight Super Falcon 3S submarine," said Eric Birns, BIRNS President and CEO. "It's wonderful that DeepFlight is creating more opportunities for the public to access and experience the ocean in such a unique and exciting manner. We're proud to have been chosen to support them in this innovative new facet of marine exploration."

Apr 20, 2017

 

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