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HANSA 10-2017

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Schiffstechnik | Ship Technology HVAC News AERIUS HVAC technology for three mega yachts Aerius Marine has been contracted by MV Werften to supply the climate technology for three mega yachts of the »Endeavor« class. As a system integrator, Aerius Marine provides the complete climate control systems including »turnkey« water chillers. The package contains everything from design to delivery / materials logistics and assembly to commissioning. The ships are built for the Crystal Cruises shipping company belonging to Genting Hong Kong. The prototype »Crystal Endeavor« is scheduled for delivery in 2019. The three luxury cruise ships are equipped with ice class PC6 and allow AXIKO tours from the tropics to the polar regions. With regard to climatic engineering, the vessels are subject to the highest standards, e.g. in terms of comfort and sound. »We are very proud to be able to contribute to these ships and to bring our experience from the design and construction of climate control systems for more than 50 complex passenger ships to MV Werften now,« says Thomas Arlit, CEO Aerius Marine. According to Stefan Schleper, Director Passenger Ships Aerius Marine, the cooperation between the shipyard and the Aerius team has worked very well even in the basic design for the Endeavor class. M Systems for Global-class cruise ships at MV Werften The Wismar shipyard MV Werften has contracted the Axiko consortium for building HVAC systems for four Global– class cruise ships including two options. The vessels are intended for the Chinese market for the shipowner Star Cruises. Axiko, established by Engie/Axima and Koja Oy Marine, received the HVAC turnkey contract, which will employ more than 300 people in France, Germany and Finland from the start of the design phase in 2017 to the delivery of the second cruise ship in 2022. The contract value was reported by Finnish media to total 200 mill. €. The MV Werften order incorporates two cruise ships and two options with a size comparable to the »Harmony of the Seas«: 204,000 tonnage and approximately 2,500 cabins. Koja Marine’s part includes the HVAC system, equipment and design. Engie/Axima is responsible for the HVAC installations, and for the accommodation, machinery room, chillers, and chilled and heated water production. Special attention has been paid to the environmental dimension of the project and the selection of highly energy effcient equipment. The design and engineering has already started and the installation work is expected to take off at the beginning of 2018 for the delivery of the first cruise ship in 2021 and the second one in 2022. M Aerius is climate partner for Endeavor class yachts Left to right: Björn Minks, MV Werften; Esko Nousiainen, Directeur Marine Koja; Johannes Döldissen, HVAC Manager MV Werften; Matti Sippola, CEO Koja; Jarmo Laakso, Managing Director MV Werften; Philippe le Berre, Directeur Délégué MOG, Engie Axima Photo: Koja Oy Marine Photo: Aerius Marine BRONSWERK GROUP Delivery of HVAC equipment for Canadian Navy Bronswerk Group, a provider of complete heating, ventilation, air conditioning and refrigeration solutions (HVAC-R) for the merchant marine, military and offshore industries, has announced the delivery of the last pieces of equipment for the Royal Canadian Navy’s first two Arctic and Offshore Patrol Ships (AOPS). The vessels are being built by Irving Shipbuilding at the Halifax Shipyard. The first, »HMCS Harry DeWolf«, is scheduled for delivery in 2018. Bronswerk was awarded a 34 mill. € contract by Irving Shipbuilding to supply AOPS with marine-grade HVAC-R as part of Canada’s National Shipbuilding Strategy (NSS). Bronswerk is currently the third-highest value supplier to Irving Shipbuilding under NSS. The shipyard is constructing six ice-capable AOPS for the Royal Canadian Navy which will be capable of sovereignty patrols, maritime domain awareness, humanitarian assistance and disaster relief, and counter-terrorist operations. M Harry DeWolf class vessels get Bronswerk HVAC-R equipment Photo: Royal Canadian Navy 68 HANSA International Maritime Journal – 154. Jahrgang – 2017 – Nr. 10

Schiffstechnik | Ship Technology HEINEN & HOPMAN HVAC for Cutter Suction Dredger »Spartacus« The marine and offshore HVAC expert has been awarded the contract to supply the HVAC for the world’s largest cutter suction dredger. The 164 m »Spartacus« will be built for DEME by Royal IHC and is expected to be delivered in the summer of 2019. With a total installed power of 44.180 kW the vessel will be among the most powerful cutter suction dredgers of its time. It is also the world’s first LNGpowered dredger of this kind. Other innovations onboard, such as a waste heat recovery system that converts heat from the exhaust gasses to energy used in the HVAC system, contribute to the »greenness« of the ship. Furthermore, through LNG cold energy recovery waste energy will partially be reused to cool the chilled water. The ship will be equipped with Heinen & Hopman heating, mechanical ventilation and air conditioning serving the accommodation areas and engine room. M Royal IHC is building »Spartacus« with Heinen & Hopman HVAC Photo: Royal IHC / Heinen & Hopman TEKNOTHERM MARINE Freezing plant to new factory trawler Teknotherm supplies a freezing plant for a trawler of Sealord Group The Simek shipyard, located in Flekkefjord, Norway, has chosen HVAC- and refrigeration system expert Teknotherm Marine to deliver the freezing plant with a dimensioning freezing capacity of 150 t of fish per 24 hrs for a new trawler. It is the yard‘s biggest contract ever. The 82,9 m freezer trawler will be destined for Sealord Group in Nelson, New Zealand. The storage capacity on board is over 3,300 m3, of which 1,700 m3 are to be kept on -30° C by means of air coolers mounted under deck for natural air circulation. Further, there are two rooms for storage of fish meal in total 600 m3, with fan cooling units to be installed. The refrigerating machinery is based on pump circulation of ammonia, R-717, and includes 3 screw compressors, all for optimized power consumption at varying loads. Delivery of equipment is estimated to be in third quarter 2017. M Photo: Simek HERO LANG Luftaufnahmen BREMERHAVEN Der FOTOSPEZIALIST für Luftaufnahmen aus allen Bereichen der Schifffahrt Dieselstr. 17 | 27574 Bremerhaven | Tel. 0471-31063 HANSA International Maritime Journal – 154. Jahrgang – 2017 – Nr. 10 69

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