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  • Surface and Submarine Towed Line Array Handling and Stowage System
  • All weather conditions
  • Fail-safe systems include redudancy to ensure safety and maneuverability

Sonar

Sonar Handling Systems

Curtiss-Wright manufactures a variety of variable depth handling systems for low, medium and high frequency sonars for navies throughout the world. As part of the Indal Underwater Sensor Handling...

Domes

Domes, Towed Bodies & Fairings

Towed Bodies These sensor platforms provide a 360º acoustic window in the horizontal plane. Varying in size from 4.5 to 18 feet (1.37 to 5.49 meters) and made from steel or composite material,...

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    Surface and Submarine Towed Line Array Handling and Stowage System in all weather conditions

    Curtiss-Wright's Indal Towed Line Array Handling and stowage systems are in operation within the Canadian, UK, Dutch and Korean Navies.

    For Surface ships these systems enable deployment and retrieval of the array at high speeds without impeding ship operations. Below-deck installation of the handling and stowage group winch systems provides an all-weather capability.

    Curtiss-Wright produces towed line array winch mechanisms designed to deploy and retrieve the array at normal ship operating speeds.

    Curtiss-Wright also designs and manufactures Indal Towed Array Handling and Stowage Systems (TAHS) for submarines. Systems were first developed for the Royal Canadian Navy submarines. A number of more advanced fully reelable TAHS have been designed, built, qualified and tested for the new generation Royal Navy ASTUTE Class Submarines and for other non-nuclear submarines. These fail-safe systems employ redundant, automatic features and back-up controls to ensure submarine safety and maneuverability.