Parat to Retrofit Boiler Aboard Polar Qaasiut

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Friday, May 10, 2013
M/Tr. Polar Qaasiut. Photo: Nikolaj Petersen

Parat Halvorsen AS was assigned a contract to deliver a retrofit steam boiler to Polar Seafood Greenland and one of their trawlers, the M/Tr. Polar Qaasiut.

The boiler is a combined oil-fired and exhaust gas boiler, type MCS, to comply steam production for the trawlers fishmeal and fish factory. The retrofit boiler will be tailor made, adapted the vessels engine room and engine, to gain optimal steam production for the vessels factory.

www.parat.no

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