HVAC&R | Carriers
Commercial shipping is of far greater importance to our world than many people realise. While slower than road, rail or air, the merchant marine fleet carries the bulk of international trade and ensures the interconnections that make global business possible. For the maritime transportation sector, efficiency and saving on operation costs is the number one consideration in HVAC system design. Taking into account the variation in climate which carriers encounter on their specific route and the diversity in cargo (bulk cargo, modules, vehicles etc.) they transport, we can provide an efficient heating, ventilation, air conditioning and refrigeration system that ticks all the boxes. From design, engineering and project management to final handover.
A combination of economic considerations and the desire for a greener future are pushing professionals in the marine business to create designs and systems that last longer and have less environmental impact. Fuel is one of the major costs for operation of a bulk cargo carrier. Choosing the correct HVAC equipment and systems might be an extra investment, but it’s easily earned back during the first couple of years of operation.
Avoid malfunctioning and expensive repairs
Having durable and reliable HVAC equipment onboard prevents malfunctioning of the system. Our focus is on providing equipment for lifetime use, reduced maintenance and increased reliability. This way, the need for expensive repairs – with many spare parts and extra cost for onboard service – is avoided. In case you do need service, you can rely on our global service network of HVAC experts.
For the maritime transportation sector, efficiency and saving on operation costs is the number one consideration in HVAC system design.