Unitor to Supply Bergesen LNG Newbuildings

Tuesday, December 03, 2002
Unitor’s Ships Equipment division has secured a contract to supply fire fighting and fire protection equipment to four large LNG carriers under construction for Norwegian owner Bergesen at Korea’s Daewoo Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering Co Ltd. All four 145,000m³ LNGCs (Hull Nos. H-2221-4) will be supplied with the following Unitor systems and equipment: · HotFoam fire extinguishing system for the engineroom · Dry Chemical Powder system for use on deck · High Pressure CO2 fire extinguishing system for special compartments · Portable fire fighting and safety equipment The contract is valued in the region of $1.5 million. Both HotFoam and the high pressure CO2 system are total flooding systems. The four Bergesen LNGCs are due for delivery in 2005 and 2006.
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