HVAC controls for the crane ship Oleg Strashnov

The Oleg Strashnov was built by Royal IHC for the offshore contractor Seaway Heavy Lifting. The crane ship was the first ship in the world with a lifting capacity of 5,000 tonnes and is used for various offshore projects everywhere in the world.

Scope of supply

The complete HVAC controls for the accommodations and the crane of the Oleg Strashnov were delivered by Gooiland Elektro. These HVAC controls are a combination of conventional technology and PLC technology.

Custom panels

From bridge heating to cold water makers in the machine room, the 28 panels delivered for this project are each unique. All the switch boxes are built to client specifications and made in the materials preferred by Seaway Heavy Lifting. In addition, the system is designed and produced entirely according to the DNV standards.

Because of the size of the project, a close collaboration with the end client and all suppliers was the key to a successful project.

Scope of supply

Type of Project: Crane Ship
Owner:Seaway Heavy Lifting
Delivery Year:2011
Systems: HVAC controls

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Rene Holdinga

Project Manager