Fischer Panda generators in action
Fischer Panda UK will offer live demonstrations of its Lloyd’s type approved generators and complete systems for the first time at this year’s Seawork International.
Celebrating its 25th anniversary year in 2019, Fischer Panda will introduce its upgraded display trailer at the show to showcase a strengthened range of products for the commercial market, suitable for demanding applications including ROVs, disaster relief, offshore, workboat, fishing, tugs, military and light commercial vessels.
The new certification for its fixed and variable speed generators enables Fischer Panda UK to manage an increased scope of commercial projects which require recognised approval. Customers can also benefit from the company’s full-system design capability, servicing and aftercare as a major supplier of the latest technology in air-conditioning systems, hybrid electric propulsion systems, integrated mobile power solutions and watermakers.
Offering visitors to the show a unique, interactive experience, the new customised Fischer Panda trailer will offer an opportunity to learn about the range of generators, Village Marine watermakers, Dometic air-conditioning systems, electric drive systems and battery management equipment in a more practical way. Specialists from the company will also be available to discuss and advise on the most suitable and cost-effective options for specific vessels.
The Lloyd’s type approval covers the fixed-speed Panda 4000s Neo and the Panda 5000i Neo, both using the in-house designed water-cooled FPE320 single cylinder diesel engine, as well as the expanding variable speed range of iSeries gensets up to the larger units such as the Panda 45i.
Fischer Panda UK will be exhibiting at Seawork on stand Q2.
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