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SCHOTTEL to Equip Fireboat Pair

Following the delivery of fireboat “Branddirektor Westphal”, the Hamburg Port Authority (HPA) has ordered two more fire-fighting vessels
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Posted by Michelle Howard

The Hamburg Port Authority (HPA) has chosen SCHOTTEL for two more fire-fighting vessels.

Each of the fireboats features two rudderpropellers type SRP 150 L FP (380 kW each) with a propeller diameter of 1.10 m and a transverse thruster type STT 60 FP (100 kW). Each of these is driven by an electric motor. The rudderpropellers type SRP 150 are equipped with SCHOTTEL's new highly efficient SDC40 nozzle. This thruster configuration achieves a free running speed of 12 knots.

The two new vessels will primarily be used for fighting ship fires in the Port of Hamburg and for supplying fire-fighting water to industrial plants located at the port. In addition to the fire brigade's technical duties, the two ships will also be used for other HPA fleet management tasks, such as bridge inspections and material transports. They will have a water cannon capacity of 30,000 liters a minute over 110 m and have accommodations for 16 firefighters.

Both firefighting boats are to be delivered at the end of 2020 and will start service in the Port of Hamburg in 2021.

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Jan 8, 2020

 

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