Wozair has been successful in its bid to supply EMC filtration for three Norwegian Coast Guard vessels working in conjunction with Teknotherm on the project being built by Norwegian shipbuilder Vard.
The first of the three vessels are due to be delivered in Q1 2022, followed by two identical vessels at the same time in 2023 and 2024. The new vessels will replace the Nordkapp-class coast guard vessels. They have been developed for worldwide operations in all weather and sea conditions, both inshore and offshore.
With a length of 136m and a beam of 22m, the vessels have been specially designed to withstand operations in demanding arctic areas with an ice-strengthened hull and ice-class notation. They feature strong ocean-going capacities for long-distance transits and search-and-rescue operations.
The Wozair order, consisting of a range of weather louvres and filters, comes complete with electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) protection, a new innovation to add to the Wozair offering.
EMC protects sensitive equipment such as radio receivers or electronic circuits from electromagnetic interference and contains electromagnetic emissions for example from large scale batteries, power lines or electric motors.
The louvres and filters protect the vessels from salt and water ingress under the most extreme conditions. Each intake is designed to meet the requirements of the vessel and the system it will be protecting.
Wozair is thrilled to be part of this project manufacturing new innovations, demonstrating their ability to deliver on all customer requirements.
July 2021Back to news