It speaks for itself that working conditions on board can be tough due to all kinds of weather. The Pronomar drying systems ensure that your crew can start their shift in a dry suit… and they will be grateful for that!
The Pronomar drying systems, made from seawater resistant steel 316 (special configuration for offshore purposes), will make sure the work gear gets dried from the inside out, within a short amount or time. The warm-air blower guides a powerful flow of air through the hangers into the clothing. Reaching all neuralgic zones (such as arm pits, back, legs, etc.) Pronomar offers a very efficient drying method for the always hard-working offshore men.
Europe leads the growing market in offshore wind power and most activities take place in the wet weather conditions of the North Sea. As it is highly important to take good care of your technicians, many operators choose to outfit their vessels with our dryers.
Shipowners choose to have the latest techniques in shipbuilding and equipment on-board and drying systems do not only see to the crew’s well-being with always comfortably dry workwear, but also the operators’ costs will be kept at minimum due to less sick leaves and a longer lifespan of the costly equipment. In the past few years, Pronomar outfitted multiple…
windfarm accommodation vessels
Glomar’s Glomar Wave, C-Bed’s Wind Innovation etc.
Acta Marine’s Acta Orion & Auriga, Auriga & Centaurus, Bibby Marine Services’ Bibby WaveMaster 1 & 2, Chevalier Floatels’ Gezina & Galyna etc.
Jan de Nul’s Adhémar de Saint-Venant & Daniel Bernoulli
Fred. Olsen Windcarrier’s Brave Tern & Bold Tern, GeoSea’s Innovation etc.
service operation vessels
Louis Dreyfus Armateurs’ Wind of Change, Bernard Schulte’s Windea La Cour & Leibniz
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