Designed for protection of on-deck containers, unique Unitor XFlow mobile water monitor and water mist lance comply with revised SOLAS regulations
Low pressure wet pipe and deluge systems meet updated IMO requirements for prescriptive system design on ro-ro and ro-pax vessels
The systems are fully compliant with the latest SOLAS regulations and designed to protect the bunkering station on board the increasing number of vessels using LNG as a fuel.
Callenberg Technology Group announces its formal establishment.
Wilhelmsen Technical Solutions talks about the misconceptions of low pressure water mist systems in Passenger Ship Technology.
Stein Lovskar, commercial development manager at Wilhelmsen Technical Solutions explains the advantages of water mist systems in this Naval Architect article
In this article published by MER, Wilhelmsen Technical Solutions talks about the benefits of low pressure water mist systems.
Norwegian Solutions 2014 highlights Wilhelmsen Technical Solutions' latest product updates.
Breakthrough order in Japanese shipbuilding market sees largest ever capacity Maritime Protection IG units delivered for leading domestic owners
Successful retrofit to first newbuilding sees Aberdeen-based owner specify further Low Expansion Foam system for second China-built jack-up
(Lysaker, 24 June 2014) Wilhelmsen Maritime Services and FSN Capital signed a letter of intent in May aiming at establishing a 50/50 owned company. The parties decided yesterday
to discontinue negotiating.
(Lysaker, 8 May 2014) Wilhelmsen Maritime Services has signed a letter of intent with the Nordic private equity fund FSN Capital.
Wilhelmsen Technical Solutions talks about the Unitor XFlow watermist system for cruise ships in Seatrade Cruise review.
Wilhelmsen Technical Solutions AB (WTS) has signed an agreement to acquire 100% of the shares in Integrated Engineering Services Ltd. (IES), strengthening its Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning (HVAC) offering to the offshore market.
Magnus Hansson, director of energy management technology in WTS, was asked to comment on the potential impact of HVAC energy savings onboard cruise ships in the spring/summer edition of International Cruise & Ferry review.