Eberspächer and Krueger to exhibit at Seawork
The 'Trearddur Bay' offshore wind farm support vessel was fitted with an Eberspächer Hydronic 30 24v heating system
Heater manufacturer Eberspächer and its main dealer, heating systems installer, Krueger, will be talking about their latest commercial marine HVAC installations on stand PO85 at Seawork International.
Information will be available on Eberspächer’s diesel-fuelled heating systems, from 2.2kW Airtronic air heaters, to the 35kW Hydronic water heater, as well as recent Krueger installations including Trearddur Bay, a 21m DNV class offshore wind farm support vessel with Voith jet propulsion, fitted with an Eberspächer Hydronic 30 24v heating system.
Kreuger International MD, Ben Goodland, said: “We have built a strong reputation in this market based on our expertise and technical ability. The challenge always is to innovate and customize because so many vessels we work on, are designed for a unique purpose, with different yards producing different solutions.”
Visitors to the exhibition can also learn more about Eberspächer’s supplementary heating for reverse cycle air conditioning when working in cold waters and the TD12000 Portsmouth/Ryde ferry hovercraft, with an engine driven heating system fitted by Krueger.
Eberspächer UK, marine technical engineering manager and climate control expert, Peter Collard, will be at the Seawork stand to advise visitors.
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