The robot is characterized by an exoskeleton in plastic material with neutral hydrostatic balance; The vacuum / aspiration force is generated by a central impeller or turbine (propeller), driven by an electric motor, which performs the dual function of keeping the robot attached to the hull and removing algae formed thereunder. The movement is driven by rubber brushes on tracks that allow movements in all directions. To improve removal of vegetation efficiency brushes with nylon bristles have been, these can be of various length and diameter. The high-resolution underwater camera IP68 allows Keelcrab Sail-ONE to be maneuvered by means of a wired remote control with display of streaming video on a 7-inch high-resolution screen.
Keelcrab Sail-ONE was founded on the concept of “hull maintaining in cleanliness”; brushes certified not remove antifouling paints stretched on the hulls. Numerous tests with excellent results, have shown that the constant removal of the first layer of algae (3 mm) dramatically prolongs the efficiency of the anti-fouling agent; this means that barnacles cannot form in the medium term, also in boats stop in port waters from more than 8/10 months.
The robot is also provided with a bag (optional on request) for the recovery of the waste material, algae or vegetation, resulting from cleaning operation.
Highly functional system wiring (on yachts and maxi yachts) and the connection with their on-board systems: optional unique.
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