1448 | 1448 LED
Multipurpose luminaire surface
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1448 | 1448 LED

High quality luminaire for marine use. The luminaire has easy access to terminal block and other electric components. The luminaire housing is made of zinc coated steel or stainless steel. Housing of zinc coated steel not suitable for marine outdoor installation. There is a white painted steel plate covering the electrical components. The cover is made of impact-proof polycarbonate (PC). Emergency versions are available.

Mounting

Mounted to the ceiling or cable trays by screws, different screwed or welded mounting brackets shock mounts or triangles are available.

Electric

Magnetic or electronic ballast, B15, E14 or battery backup for emergency and dimmable versions as well as through wiring are available.
Lamp base G13 and different cable glands with or without earthing to select.

Housing

Aluzink, Zink coated steel, or stailless steel (AISI 316L), powder coated white RAL 9016.

Lightsource/Optic

Designed for one or two fluorescent tubes T8 in 18W or 36W covered by clear or opalic polycarbonte diffuser.

Application

For workshops, engine rooms, stores, holds and passage ways, etc.

Design

According to rules of maritime classification societies, additional VDE and IEC/EN.

Finish

Powder coated white RAL9016 and enamelled up to 70-80 µm thickness

To be ordered seperately: e.g. M20, M24 x 1.5 MGG/MGCG.

Terminal 3-pole/6mm²
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Measurement drawings

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Oil & Gas: Aker Spitsbergen

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Shipyard  Country   Owner  Name         Type of installation
Aker Yard   Norway Aker Drilling Aker Spitsbergen Semisubmersible Drilling Rig


Aker Spitsbergen is the biggest 6th generation semisubmersible drilling rig built for operation in Arctic areas. First contract is for Statoil in rough waters off the coast of nothern Norway. Glamox also delivered to the sister rig Aker Barents, currently drilling for Det Norske Oljeselskap.

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Research vessel "Sonne"

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The German research vessel “Sonne” (Sun) is 116 m long and 20.6 m wide, and can accommodate 40 scientists and 32 crew members. It was presented by the German Government in November 2014.

“Sonne” researches climate change and various aspects of marine resources and ecosystems. The vessel is built by Meyer Werft, a leading innovative shipbuilder that is well-known for its huge cruise ships.

Certified in the DNV GL class, the vessel is illuminated with a wide range of lighting from Glamox. Searchlights (Xenon XS2000) are mounted at the vessel’s highest points and are remote-controlled from inside the ship. As the sea can often be rough, the outdoor lights have a high degree of protection from water. The machine rooms are fitted with special lighting, due to the higher vibration-resistance requirements in this area. Interior rooms, such as cabins and the bridge, are illuminated with modern lighting solutions.

“It is an honour for us to illuminate this special ship,” said Jörg Koch-Losekamm, Managing Director of Glamox Aqua Signal GmbH, Bremen, Germany.

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MV Veteran

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The two vessels are being constructed in Galati, Romania by Damen Shipyards, at a cost of approximately Canadian dollars 50 million each. MV Veteran has already been completed and was officially put into service in December 2015. The sister ship, the MV Legionnaire, is scheduled for delivery in the spring of 2016.

Arctic operations
MV Veteran will service Fogo Island and Change Island. The Fogo and Change islands route is the second busiest in the province and moves approximately 169,000 passengers annually. MV Legionnaire will operate on the busy short-haul route from Portugal Cove to Bell Island.

Since this region is located near the Arctic, vessels have to manoeuvre in drifting ice. These highly durable ferries can handle the impact of 40 cm-thick floating ice at 4 knots. Their rudders, hull and propellers have been strengthened and are outfitted with extra plate thickness for heavy winter conditions.

The MV Veteran and its sister ship can operate in harsher conditions than the current vessels operating these routes. It is hoped that the improved reliability will promote business and tourism in the region.

Modern lighting solutions
MV Veteran and its sister ship are both equipped with lighting solutions from Glamox Aqua Signal. More than 900 of our luminaires are installed in each vessel. Many of these are energy-efficient LED luminaires, including a large number of model 1445 LED watertight multipurpose luminaires. The vessels’ flood lights are powerful FL60 floodlights with long-life LED light sources.

A truly international project
MV Veteran is the first of a design stemming from a Canadian-Danish partnership between Fleetway and Knud E. Hansen. The vessel is built in Romania by Damen Shipyards for Canadian authorities, and equipped with lighting produced in Germany by Norwegian-owned Glamox Aqua Signal, installed by a Dutch technology company, and now locally supported by Glamox Canada, based in St. John’s, Newfoundland.

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