Onsruth Industries (OILI) keeps critical ballast and cargo control instrumentation aboard ships and oil rigs calibrated
and up to date. Much of the service provides support services for Trans
Sonics and Foxboro instrumentation (aircraft carrier, submarine,
super tanker to oil rig) OILI will be there for your needs. In areas where a manufacturer no longer produces a particular
item, OILI will rebuild or reverse engineer to provide replacement circuit
boards and sensors.
Submarines, aircraft carriers, LPD'S, LST's, FE's to barges Onsruth Industries (OILI)
at one time or another has been involved with design and
infared cameras are
used to inspect
electrical panels, substations and connections to predict possible future failures.
This allows for service before catastrophic failure.
Satellite Industry (large)
Satellite Industry in Pictures
Service of NASA tracking dishes
Engineer and install satellite and specialized antenna systems for industry,
and the consumer (using but not limited to C, KU, X and S bands). OILI
systems track geostationary as well as low earth orbit, "LEO" satellites.
Noted for Innovations
In 1980, OILI designed the first satellite system used on
a floating semi-submersible oil rig for crew entertainment.
Installation and design of satellite weather stations
began in 1981 using low orbiting satellites with modified commercial
dishes and OILI's "custom coffee can feed." These
systems continue to be used for training of future weather forecasters.
Many radio and television stations have used the services
of OILI as well as cable access television and local
community television organizations.
OILI engineers and maintains low power radio, television stations and
cable access studios.
OILI also provide FCC forms and site surveys necessary for licensing LPTV and LPR.
was the first in New England to
install satellite dishes for residential use.
During the satellite "hay-day" office locations were in
Merrimack, NH, White River Junction, Vermont and Oxford, New
These were large 10 foot to 24 foot C/KU dishes with
motorized polar mounts. Special installations have
been done with large satellite arrarys on floating
seimi-submersible oil rigs as well as for senators, congressmen and heads of state. Now our satellite operations
are centered in Merrimack, NH with emphisis of
enginerring-design and consulting for government and
Our company designed the roof mounted dish for a weather
satellite system used to train future weather forcasters at
Lyndon State College in Lyndonville, Vermont. Now this
college is an intregral part of Northern Vermont University.
These satellites are "low-earth-orbit" satellites which
provide a constant examination of weather around the world.
OILI designs and manufactures
specialized equipment used primarily by the marine industry,
often reverse engineering equipment an OEM
manufacturer who is no longer building or they themselves are no
longer in business.
Cedric Onsruth, President of Onsruth Industries
currently holds an Electrical Master's license in New
Hampshire and Virginia.
Cedric is an IT professional Microsoft Partner
and services clients networks plus web page design and