1909 – Apparatus for Submarine Operations – Pierre Eugene Galoffre (French)
1909 – Apparatus for Submarine Operations – Pierre Eugene Galoffre
Apparatus for submarine operations.
Publication number US935485 A
Publication type Grant
Publication date 28 Sep 1909
Filing date 8 Jan 1909
Priority date 8 Jan 1909
Inventors Pierre Eugene Galoffre
Original Assignee Pierre Eugene Galoffre
Be it known that I, PIERRE EUGENE GALOFFRE, citizen of the Republic of France, residing at Paris, in France, have invented certain new and useful Apparatus for Submarine Operations, of which the following is a specification.
This invention relates to apparatus for submarine operations and has for its object to provide an arrangement which can be used for investigations and work at a great depth.
According to this invention the apparatus comprises a spherical body provided with devices on its outside for shifting or seizing submerged materials, such devices comprising one or more pairs of pincers or the like capable of being moved in any direction and operated separately or together from within the diving sphere.
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