ABB protects an agreement with Sefine Shipyard to supply power and also propulsion service to Fr øyGruppen’s modern crossbreed live fish service provider, future-proofing the vessel for secure and also lasting procedures
The ingenious real-time fish service provider, created by Møre Maritime AS, will certainly be the initial vessel of its kind to include ABB’s award-wining power circulation system Onboard DC Grid ™. The system will certainly maximize power usage, whether making use of major engine power, power storage space power or a mix of both. The power configuration aboard will certainly be handled by ABB’s incorporated Power and also Energy Management System (PEMS ™), which will certainly guarantee ideal use the vessel’s overall power sources.
“We are very proud to install such a comprehensive hybrid solution on board. By working closely with ABB, we have designed a power system that will contribute towards a sustainable food supply chain for many years to come,” stated Geir Antonsen, Technical Manager, Fr øy Rederi AS, Fr øyGruppen.
“This will be our second project with ABB that includes the Onboard DC Grid™ system and an energy storage system, delivering greater efficiency and sustainability for FrøyGruppen vessel,” stated Efkan Turan, Senior Technical Project Engineer,Sefine Shipyard “Having experienced ABB as a reliable partner in the past, we look forward to collaborating with them on this forward-looking vessel that is tailored for the needs of today and has the flexibility to adapt to future technologies of tomorrow.”
PEMS ™ enables the incorporated electric system to utilize the high-speed data within ABB switchboards, defense tools and also controllers to enhance details circulation and also supply complete system control from power generation to intake. Onboard DC Grid ™ provides an extremely fault-tolerant system platform, which supplies secure and also reliable procedure that is much less subjected to the peak-power overall harmonic distortion that influences Air Conditioning ship power circulation efficiency.
“This order continues the maritime shift towards greener hybrid power and propulsion technology, and confirms that the reliability, redundancy and inherent safety of Onboard DC Grid™ are available for even the most specialized of vessels,” stated Sindre Sætre, head of ABB Marine & & Ports in Norway.
The complete ABB plan additionally consists of the electronic and also linked ABB Ability ™ Remote Diagnostic System for Marine, which will certainly better improve the vessel’s functional security and also guarantee ideal efficiency, while aiding to immediately spot and also deal with mistakes aboard.
The vessel’s high-power CFlow fish-handling system will certainly include the mix of ABB’s ACS880 multi-drives and also single-drives, which incorporate effortlessly with the performance of Onboard DC Grid ™, supplying additional functional effectiveness.
Sea News, November 10