WORLD CLASS ROBOTIC TECHNOLOGY

The Watertight Robotics fleet is underpinned by the manufacturing capabilities of Scantron USA and Weda, and we are proud to be the sole Australian agents representing both these companies.

We also maintain a rigorous R&D division that is responsible for the rapid and ongoing evolution of our machines to better suit the needs of the Australian market.
The technology we offer is genuinely unique in Australia, with five of our robots being the only ones of their kind in Australasia. Our technology is designed to be a genuine replacement for draining or diving solutions, and we are continually expanding their capabilities to allow more asset types to be serviced.

Supporting our primary fleet are inspection class ROV units and an assortment of camera and scanning systems. These machines provide support to better monitor robotic cleaning operations and inspection capability for reporting purposes.

ROBOTS & CRAWLERS

Cleaning robots range in size from units with a dry weight of only 30kg, to large units with a dry weight of over 350kg.  At Watertight Robotics we maintain robotics dedicated to both potable and non-potable applications. All robots are electrically powered and specialised towards a particular application.

WEDA YT800

WEDA YT800

Usage: Potable

The YT-800 is the biggest unit in the Watertight Robotics fleet a 350KG dry weight. This robot is capable of cleaning large areas of open space such as in-ground reservoirs quickly and efficiently.

WEDA WTR600

WEDA WTR600

Usage: Potable

The Weda WTR600 is a custom robot built by Weda for Watertight Robotics.  It is designed to have an in-water weight of less than 5 kilograms and is capable of navigating steeply sloping surfaces with ease.

Scantron 300

SCANTRON 300

Usage: Potable

With strong suction and a variety of interchangeable heads including a rotating brush, the Scantron 300 can be utilised in most potable water storage assets..

Scantron TR Potable

Scantron TR 1

Usage: Potable

The Scantron 600 potable unit is a multi tooled robot designed for cleaning large potable water reservoirs.  This unit is capable of accessing elevated column plinths and other difficult to reach areas.

Scantron TR Non Potable

Scantron TR 2

Usage: Non-Potable

This machine has multiple attachments to provide the optimum solution for heavy sediment removal, including a front mounted auger to cut through the toughest of sediment build up.

ROVs

ROV1 potable

ROV1

Usage: Potable

BlueRov2 units are an ideal support ROV to a working robot.  They provide additional observation capability while a robot is working and detailed inspection capability post cleaning.

ROV non-potable

ROV2

Usage: Non-Potable

BlueRov2 units are an ideal support ROV to a working robot.  They provide additional observation capability while a robot is working and detailed inspection capability post cleaning.