Containerized Diesel Driven Fi-Fi System

Project description

Dutch company Royal Wagenborg offers a variety of maritime services with regard to shipping, ports & terminals and offshore services. For a long term contract, Royal Wagenborg commissioned shipyard Royal Niestern Sander to convert an existing icebreaking vessel into a diving support vessel. One of the charter requirements was external fire fighting capability.

For this project, Hydrodiesel has delivered a containerized diesel driven fire water system for semi-permanent mounting on the after deck, connected to two roof mounted fire water monitors, remote controlled from the bridge.

Customer / End User:
Royal Niestern Sander / Royal Wagenborg

Classification Society:
Bureau Veritas

System capacity:
2400 m³/h @ 130 mwc

Scope of supply:
One (1) containerized driven Fi-Fi system, comprising of:
• 1x Diesel driven fire water pump set (2400 m³/h)
• 2x Remote controlled, electric fire water/foam monitor (1200 m³/h)
• 1x Foam proportioning system
• 1x Priming system
• 1x Set of suction and discharge piping
• 1x Bridge control panel
• Factory acceptance test with commissioning activities

Wagenborg Redsborg during sea trials

Containerized fire water pump set at our workshop

3D impression with suction and discharge piping in place

Inside of the containerized pump set, looking at non-driven end side of the fire pump