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The largest U.S.-flagged, self propelled trailing suction hopper dredger (THSD) Frederick Paup will be propelled by three SCHOTTEL RudderPropellers manufactured at the German Wismar production site. A look inside the assembly shop gives an idea of the special dimensions of these thrusters.
With more than 100 sales and service stations around the globe, SCHOTTEL ensures it is always close to vessel owners and operators. In an effort to further expand this network, the German propulsion expert has succeeded in attracting additional contractual partners, most recently in Spain and France.
Four newly built Wind Turbine Installation Vessels (WTIVs) for Ouyang Offshore in Shanghai will all be propelled by SCHOTTEL azimuth thrusters. The first vessel will be delivered in the last quarter of 2022, and these vessels will be sufficient to cover the installation of 16 MW wind turbines.
Norwegian ferry operator Torghatten Trafikkselskap recently upgraded one of its ferries' propulsion systems, which involved the installation of two SCHOTTEL EcoPellers (SRE). This move allowed the vessel’s energy consumption, and thus its environmental impact, to be reduced by up to 25 per cent. In an effort to further increase environmental safety, the SRE now also features the DNV type-approved SCHOTTEL LeaCon sealing monitoring system.
The event passenger vessel Rhein Star has successfully and reliably mastered its first season with overhauled propulsion units. Both main propulsion units (two SCHOTTEL RudderPropellers) as well as the auxiliary propulsion unit (one SCHOTTEL PumpJet) were overhauled at the nearest SCHOTTEL workshop after almost 20 years in operation and installed before the start of the season by the Stahlbau Müller shipyard based in Oberwinter, Germany. This increases the operational reliability and availability of the two overhauled SRP 200 (400 kW each) and the SPJ 22 (100 kW) to a maximum during the season.
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