Cleaning Robot for Underwater Sites[INQ. NO. 1707M08] There are various models of underwater cleaning robots, K1, K3, K7, etc., that can clean underwater sites while monitoring. ZETA CREZEN displayed robots that reduce production costs by decreasing personnel expenses and preventing industrial accidents since robots would execute the underwater cleaning. K3 is small and light so it is suitable for farms with little deposits.
K3 can be remotely controlled through a powerful pump and a rotating brush. It is suitably designed for cleaning the inside of reservoirs or deposits using video technology installed on the machine.
In particular, K7 can save moving images by using an infrared camera and go up an incline by using inhaling equipment. It is also easy to maintain and repair thanks to the integrated module.
Director Gwon Hee-woong from the equipment business team of ZETA CREZEN said, “it is generally small but it has the advantage that it can be controlled remotely with robots in various sizes.” He added, “It has achieved great popularity overseas such as at the Kazakhstan Xabar 24 National Broadcast.” | Blog Magazine of korean-machinery, brands and Goods

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