Our stock products include video systems, still camera systems, acoustic systems, instrument housings, batteries, cables, and accessories. These products can be customized to better meet your needs.
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For nearly 50 years we have designed and manufactured custom enclosures which protect delicate photographic, videographic and scientific equipment from water, pressure, dust, extreme temperatures, and other environmental hazards.
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Though some might describe The Sexton Corporation as a small business, we haven’t let that define us. Over the past 45 years we’ve produced more than 2000 custom housing designs and we’ve established a client base that spans six continents and includes major companies and organizations like:
Custom projects require custom equipment and custom equipment can be expensive. At The Sexton Corporation we have over 60 years of combined experience meeting the need within the scientific community for both practical and prudent underwater products. We continually strive to provide exceptional customer service, and innovative designs that meet your needs, fit your budget, and exceed your expectations.
Our research and development is representative of over 60 years of combined experience building custom housings and working closely with the needs of top marine researchers.
All of our manufacturing and machining occurs within our 5400 square foot facility in Salem, OR which gives us improved control over quality and production time-lines.
Customer service doesn’t end once the sale is finalized. We want your housing to suit your needs for many years and we will continually provide you with the service and maintenance it needs so that it can keep being deployed.
The housings The Sexton Corporation made for our deep water camera system (BotCam) are fantastic. We have been using them since 2009 and have deployed each one at least a hundred times. They are easy to maintain, take a great amount of abuse without failures, and they have never leaked. The design featuring an acrylic window that enables us to see our instrument indicator lights is simple and very effective, saving us countless hours of field time.