Two MCS Exhaust Gas Boilers to Tersan Shipyard

Posted by Eric Haun
Tuesday, September 02, 2014

Parat Halvorsen AS has been awarded new boiler plant contracts for two freezer trawlers to be built at Tersan Shipyard located in Telova, Turkey. The boiler plants are for Tersan¹s newbuildings No. 1060 and No. 1066, which will be equipped with Parat combined oil fired and exhaust gas boilers, type MCS, to comply steam production for the freezer trawlers fishmeal and fish oil factory.

Both freezer trawlers are designed by Skipsteknisk in Ålesund, Norway and will be of ST-116 and ST-118 design. Both designs intention of the process deck layout and selected equipment for transport and handling is to obtain a system with the largest amount of automation, assisting the employees working in the processing area. This arrangement is designed to achieve very high throughput with minimum fish damage, improve employee efficiency all in a clean and safe work area. The vessels will have the latest in emission Tier 2 certification.

The ST-116 design is to be delivered to the Russian shipowner Agricultural Processing Cooperative Fishing Collective Farm ANDEG.

The ST-118 is for the Greenland ship owner Sikuaq Trawl A/S and Christensen family.

Both trawlers are scheduled for delivery in 2016.

parat.no
 

  • MCS Exhaust Gas Boiler

    MCS Exhaust Gas Boiler

  • The ST-118 is for the Greenland ship owner Sikuaq Trawl A/S and Christensen family.

    The ST-118 is for the Greenland ship owner Sikuaq Trawl A/S and Christensen family.

  • The ST-116 design is to be delivered to the Russian shipowner Agricultural Processing Cooperative Fishing Collective Farm ANDEG.

    The ST-116 design is to be delivered to the Russian shipowner Agricultural Processing Cooperative Fishing Collective Farm ANDEG.

  • MCS Exhaust Gas Boiler
  • The ST-118 is for the Greenland ship owner Sikuaq Trawl A/S and Christensen family.
  • The ST-116 design is to be delivered to the Russian shipowner Agricultural Processing Cooperative Fishing Collective Farm ANDEG.
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