News

8 Aug
IMCA Safety flashDuring debris removal/recovery operations being undertaken along a subsea cable trenching corridor, several items of unexploded ordnance (UXO) were bought to the surface and landed on deck with recovered debris. Please read attached safety flash 17/18.
20 Jul
Bodac has designed and bought a new crawler crane ‘Doosan DX490 LX’ with a ROD system to expand the work. In recent weeks the crane has been tested a lot.
18 Jul
From 25 to 28 September 2018, Hamburg will host the Wind Energy expo. BODAC will also be present with an exhibition in the NWEA Pavilion, booth B7.480.06.

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Detecting conventional explosives...

With years of experience, Bodac is the right partner for conducting historical research and detecting unexploded ordnance (UXO). This concerns mainly the detection of conventional explosives dating from WWI and WWII.

Unexploded ordnance, such as bombs or shells which did not explode at the intended moment, are very dangerous because they may explode any time. Therefore, it is crucial that detection and clearance of conventional explosives is carried out safely and precisely.

Bodac offers you an all-in package in the field of historical research and explosives detection. The work is carried out by passionate, highly skilled personnel with high-quality equipment. For the possibilities regarding explosives detection and historical research please have a look at our website.

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