Hull 150 to be equipped with the PARAT Halvorsen MEL steam boiler for ORO tankheating to Hellesøy Verft.
This time to the Norwegian shipyards Hellesøy and Fjellstrand for their new buildings Hull 150 and Hull 1687, with further options of 4 plants.
The steam boiler plant, primarily for oil recovery operations and normally not in use, placed in a narrow engine room where space is an issue. This is one of the reasons why our customers chooses PARAT electric boilers, which is pleasantly more compact than others and much less labor-intensive to install compared to oil fired boilers.
This type of boiler plant is delivered and installed in more than 60 vessels, with positive feedback regarding installation, effectiveness and reliability. This gives our customers confidence in their selection of supplier.
Hull 1687 to be equipped with the PARAT Halvorsen MEL steam boiler for ORO tankheating to Fjellstrand.
The NOFO Standards are developed by the Norwegian petroleum and shipping industry in order to ensure satisfactory safety and efficiency in oil spill response operations on the Norwegian Continental Shelf.
A standby vessel that has been approved by the Norwegian authorities to cover emergency preparedness for several installations must also satisfy the NOFO standard when it has NOFO oil recovery equipment permanently installed on board. All the vessels ORO tanks for collecting oil spill, must be equipped with a permanent system for heating recovered oil / emulsion and must have a tank capacity of at least 1000-2000m3.
To unload the low temperature and viscosity oil/emulsion, a heat source must be positioned close to the tank’s suction line to make it pump able, and is where the steam injection is being used.