In a period of great emergency, due to the frequent earthquakes which are lashing our country, Resinex has been invited to be a part of the earthquake exhibition, organized by the Municipality of Milan at the Museum of Natural History.
The exhibition is open from 29 October 2016 to 30 April 2017.
Resinex has been asked to become a scientific partner of this exhibit, thanks to its wide experience in the field of the Oceanology projects, and of tsunami alert.
Some the latest national and international jobs concern the manufacture of elastic beacons which are working in all world seas.
Resinex elastic beacons have been installed to monitor the bradyseism in Pozzuoli, any potential unusual wave in Stromboli, any movement of the sea bottom in the Eastern and Western coasts of South Korea and any abnormal wave in the very deep seas in India and in China.
For this special event, Resinex has made a model of Tsunami Alarm Elastic Beacon positioned in a tank, which simulates the wave movements in case of tsunami and earthquakes.
Specifically for this occurence, Resinex has also realised a buoy 1800 x 3600 mm suitable to be equipped with sensors for the wave monitoring, which are able to launch in real time alert signals ashore.
Resinex buoys and elastic beacons, in fact, through specific instrumentations (powered by solar panels installed on the elastic beacon tower or on the buoy body) are able to reveal and to measure different parameters, such as: direction, speed and height of the wave.
In case of irregular activity, they can immediately send warning signals.
This exhibition on earthquakes ranges from the anatomy of the Earth planet to the movements of the continents and plate, from the faults and earthquakes to tsunami and cover-drop-hold on prevention to the geophysical instruments, ending with the structural defense from earthquakes and the creation of earthquake proof buildings.
Resinex has been chosen to represent the excellence of the Italian manufacture in the field of the sea seismic detection.
Its large experience all over the world, above all in countries with the highest seismic risk, has ensured the creation of models able to faithfully show to everybody the instrumentations nowadays used to control the sea activity.