Friday, October 12, 2012

Lighting for Marine Use, Marine Interior Lighting



Watertight Incandescent Light – Lighting for Marine Use

Company: DAEYANG ELECTRIC CO., LTD
Country:  South Korea
Address: 503, SHINPYEONG-DONG, SAHA-GU, Busan, Korea (South) 604030
Contact: Danny Kim
Tel: +82-51-200-5283


Lighting for Marine Use, Marine Interior Lighting

Lighting for Marine Use, Marine Interior Lighting


















ID-U Incandescent dome light

Application: work shop, refrigeration chamber
Protection degree: IP56
Materials: Body – Stainless steel, deep drawn
         Diffuser – Clear glass
Finish: Body – White epoxy powder coat and stove enameled (Munsell No. N-9.3)
Equipment: Incandescent lamp – 40/60/100 W
           Lamp holder – FE 26/27
           Two cable glands M24 (Diameter – Max. 17mm)
Electrical: AC 100 ~ 240V, 50/60 Hz are available on request 


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Thursday, October 11, 2012

[Marine] Star Bulk's carbon certificate



NASDAQ-listed global shipping company Star Bulk has been awarded the first Certificate of Measurement from the Carbon Positive Programme for Ships (CPPS) after successfully monitoring its emissions for 12 months.

Star Bulk’s commitment to a carbon emissions reduction plan and transparency of its carbon footprint has resulted in each vessel within the Starbulk fleet receiving the certificate, which follows a year-long comprehensive carbon emissions measurement process.

This is phase one - 'measurement' - of the Carbon Positive Programme for Ships.

Star Bulk is now in the second 'Reduction' phase of the CPPS, monitoring the effectiveness of these measures to eventually receive the Carbon Positive phase two 'Reduction' certificate. This phase is effectively building on SEEMP to create a 'SEEMP Plus' that puts this regulation into practice.



Published : October 11, 2012


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[Marine] Diana buys BC resales



Diana Shipping emerged as a buyer for a post-panamax bulker resale at Tsuneishi Group Zhoushan Shipbuilding.

The Nasdaq-listed shipowner is said to be paying $24.6m for the 98,704-dwt newbuilding.

The vessel, to be named Polymnia, is expected to be delivered by the end of next month.

It’s the second post-panamax resale Diana Shipping has swooped on from the Chinese yard in a couple of months.

In July Diana also took a 99,000-dwt vessel resale for $25m at the same yard.



Published : October 11, 2012


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[Marine] Cargill charters BC trio



Cargill has fixed charter-ins for three bulkers in just four trading days.

Baltic Exchange revealed the trading giant has hired a panamax, a supramax and a capesize bulker recently.

Ma Shipping’s 81,900-dwt Darya Ma (built 2011) has been chartered to Cargill for 12 to 18 months at $8,050 per day.

The Byzantine Maritime controlled 56,600-dwt Ermione (built 2008) was fixed for four to six months at $9,000 daily.

Previously, late last week, Bocimar’s 170,000-dwt Mineral Water (built 1999) was fixed by Cargill for five to seven months for $10,750 a day, Baltic says.



Published : October 11, 2012


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[Marine] RS, keel-laying of icebreaker



On 10 October the keel of a new 25 MW diesel icebreaker was laid down at Baltiysky Zavod – Shipbuilding.

The ship will be built under the Russian Maritime Register of Shipping (RS) survey.

The icebreaker is designed in accordance with the latest requirements for ships of its class, and it will be fitted out with the newest generation equipment.

The ship is intended for independent escort of ships, auxiliary icebreaker operation as part of ice convoy along the Northern Sea Route as well as for independent ship escort in shallow waters of the Arctic seas and in river estuaries, supporting cargo unloading on coast ice, towage of ships and other floating facilities in ice conditions and on clear water, assistance to ships, emergency and rescue operations in ice and on clear water, expeditionary voyages, acting as fire-fighting ship for fire extinguishing on board of ships, drilling and oil production facilities.

Main particulars:
• Length: 142 m
• Breadth: 29 m
• Depth: 16.2 m
• Maximum draught: 9.50 m
• Full displacement: 22,130 t
• Gross tonnage: approx. 20450
• Main DG power output: 4х8700 KW
• Crew: 38 persons
• Specialised personnel: 90 persons



Published : October 11, 2012


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[Equipment] Hempel's new protective package



Leading coatings manufacturer Hempel has announced the launch of a new range of intumescent coatings for passive fire protection of steel structures.

The launch means that Hempel now offers the complete range of protective coatings, including both fire protection and corrosion protection.

During September, Hempel launched two new intumescent coatings for passive protection of steel structures in cellulosic fires. With the introduction of the new coatings, Hempel can now offer customers a full package coating solution for protecting buildings, including industrial halls, public buildings, stadiums, airports and supermarkets.

Lars Risum, Business Development Manager for Passive Fire Protection at Hempel, believes that the introduction of Hempel’s intumescent range will be extremely beneficial for customers.

“Previously, many customers have chosen Hempel primers and topcoats because they offer superior corrosion protection and application benefits, but they have then been forced to go to a second supplier for their intumescent coatings. Now they can get the full solution from us, which will make the specification and application process easier,” he says.

At present, Hempel’s intumescent range includes two one-component solvent-borne acrylic coatings: HEMPACORE ONE is specified for on-site applications; HEMPACORE ONE FD is specified for off-site applications and has a very fast drying time. Both coatings provide up to 120 minutes of fire protection in cellulosic fires and have shown very good performance in official fire tests.

The two new products are just the first offerings in Hempel’s new intumescent range. The company has invested in intumescent development since 2009, and is dedicated to developing more intumescent products and expanding its offering to customers.

Lars Risum believes Hempel’s experience with protective coatings will give the range an edge over competitors.

“In recent weathering tests conducted by Hempel, HEMPACORE ONE outperformed other products on the market in terms of durability. Durability is often overlooked for intumescent products and systems, but we’re determined to focus on it, because greater durability means a longer service life and less maintenance. And more importantly, a durable intumescent coating system is much more likely to perform better in a fire – and this can help save lives.”

Both HEMPACORE ONE and HEMPACORE ONE FD are approved to the European standard EN13381-8 and are already available in Denmark, Sweden, Italy, Spain, Portugal, the UK, Greece, Italy, Turkey, the Netherlands, and Belgium. Soon other countries will also benefit from the product range.



Published : October 11, 2012


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[Equipment] ASRY to scrap tanker



Arab Shipbuilding & Repair Yard (ASRY) is to scrap a chemical tanker damaged in an explosion early this year.

ASRY chief executive Chris Potter said experts would be brought in to oversee the demolition operation.

The 25,268-dwt Stolt Valor (built 2004) was severely damaged in an explosion in the Arabian Gulf back in March.

“The owners of the vessel have been given permission to dispose it off and they have decided to break it up in Bahrain,” Potter told the Gulf Daily News.



Published : October 11, 2012


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[Ship Building] Jinling scores BC quintet



CSC jinling Shipyard of China signed a newbuilding contract to build three 39,000-dwt cargo ships and two 82,000-dwt bulkers with German shipowner Oldendorff Carriers on September 30.

There newbuilding quintet are scheduled to be delivered from the end of August 2014, one by one.

Meanwhile, informed sources said in July that Oldendorff was linked to a possible order for ultramax and/or kamasarmax bulkers in China and approached several Chinese yards to sound them out on price and delivery.



Published : October 11, 2012


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[Ship Building] "600-odd yards to disappear"



It has been four years since the shipbuilding orderbook reached its peak at 11,305 vessels in September 2008, the same month that Lehman Brothers filed for bankruptcy protection.

According to Clarkson Research, there were 955 active shipyards then, an increase from 354 yards at the start of 2000.

But at the start of October this year global newbuilding order backlog totalled just 4,795 vessels.

The number of active newbuilding yards has also fallen to 538, a decrease of over 40% in the past four years.

Furthermore, Clarkson data shows that 240 of the yards that had active orders at the start of 2012 do not have vessels with a delivery date past the end of the year.

"By the time we reach the bottom of the cycle we could see the number of active shipyards return to preboom levels," Clarkson forecast.



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[Ship Building] STX PC order cancelled



STX Offshore & Shipbuilding made a regulatory filing on October 10 that its newbuilding contract, ordered by compatriot shipowner on June 30 2008, to supply a pair of product carrier has been cancelled.

As the Korean shipowner closed down its business and did not fulfill the contract, the order, totalling KRW 110.2bn ($98.9m) has officially been cancelled as of October 9.

STX revealed that as it has not been paid the second installment after receipt of $10.56m of down payment, it has frozen ship production cost.

Meanwhile, the owner is said to be Sekwang Shipping.



Published : October 11, 2012


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