Meet us a OI International 2018 in London!

We kindly invite you to visit us at Oceanology International, one of the largest exhibition for marine technology, in London from 13th to 15th March 2018. Visit our booth F200 and learn about our geothermal heat flow services, temperature models, software development offerings and instruments. We are excited to meet you there! Link to OI International official website FIELAX’s attendance at the OI is financially supported by the EFRE (European Fund for Regional Development). Read more...

Thank you for a fabulous OI China 2017! 谢谢!

Our (from now on) exclusive representative in China 青岛国科 (QDGK, Qingdao GuoKe) and us had a great show last week in 青岛 (Qingdao, China). We built new business contacts, developed new ideas and brought a lot of positive impressions. We would like to thank our partners QDGK, the OI China 2017 exhibition team and the funding of European Regional Development Fund: 谢谢! Read more...

Meet us a OI China 2017 in Qingdao!

We kindly invite you to visit us at Oceanology China, Asia’s largest exhibition for marine technology, in Qingdao (China) from 1st to 3rd November 2017. Visit our booth F41 and learn about our geothermal heat flow services, temperature models and instruments! Link to OI China official website FIELAX’s attendance at the OI is financially supported by the EFRE (European Fund for Regional Development). Read more...

World Premiere: HeatFlow measurements at great depths (10.000m)

10.000m equates to 1000bar – that’s quite a lot. The mean depth of the world ocean is ‘only’ about 3.700m but the great deep sea plains are below that and the tectonic trenches often reach water depths well in the 7-8-thousand meter range. However, so far only 12 locations are known where the ocean depth exceeds 10.000m from which the deepest is the so-called Vityaz Deep (a part of the Challenger Deep, cf. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Challenger_Deep). We proudly announce that we have managed to modify our well-established measuring system to resist 1000bar of outer pressure and herewith present the new model HeatFlowProbe UD (UD for Ultra Deep). You are invited to find out about heat flow in the greatest depths of the ocean (as long as your wire is long enough…). Read more...