All three ferries are gas powered. In addition, they can use marine diesel and a combination thereof. The ferries are equipped with low emission engines and by choosing state of the art LED lighting from Glamox Norled has taken another step to reduce its climate footprint.
“The replacement of conventional lighting to LEDs has several positive outcomes; reduced maintenance costs, lower power consumption and better light output on board”, says Sindre Stølan, Area sales manager at Glamox International.
The solution from Glamox includes lighting control systems in the passenger area. This is another way to save energy, because the control system will adjust the artificial lighting to balance the natural light from the large windows on these passenger ferries.
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Baltic Workboats Shipyard in Estonia is known for its series of sturdy workboats, such as pilot boats, patrol boats, ferries and special purpose ships. In recent years, the lighting schemes for these purpose-built vessels have been provided by Glamox.
“The main reason we use Glamox is because of the good price and performance ratio.“ Says Baltic Workboats Sales Manager Edgar Peganov.
The portfolio of newbuildings with lighting schemes from Glamox includes several research vessels and pilot boats, patrol boats , road extension ferries, tugs and other workboats.
Baltic Workboats vast, state-of-the-art 5,500 square meter shipyard facilities are located in the Baltic Sea on the island of Saaremaa in Estonia, which is renowned for its shipbuilding heritage for hundreds of years in Europe. At Baltic Workboats, they have brought shipbuilding into the 21st Century with a major modernization programme, complete with considerable new investments in facilities, equipment and skills.
Baltic Workboats is known for its quality designs and innovative use of a wave-piercing hull concept that reduces vibration and saves fuel.
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