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TUI Cruiseship: Mein Schiff 3

The ship is insulated with isover's glasswool, stonewool and ultimate®. Such modern insulation solutions help meeting the requirements of the marine industry for fire protection as well as for thermal and acoustic insulation. The construction of mein schiff 3 started in 2012 and the float-out of the ship took place in november 2013. The ship is scheduled to be completed in may 2014.

Marine and Offshore
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Viking Line Cruise Ship

The cruise ferry is about 210 metres in length with a gross tonnage of 57 000. The ship, which has a top speed of close to 23 knots, is planned to hold 2800 passengers and will be operated by a 200-member crew. The vessel, which is full of innovative and new solutions, has 870 passenger cabins. It has almost 1300 lane-metres for trucks and a separate car deck with approximately 500 lane-metres for passenger cars. Additional room for passenger cars can be found on the hoistable car decks. The cruise ferry will operate on a route between Turku and Stockholm.

Marine and Offshore
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Fisheries reseach vessel NB 1378

STX Finland Oy’s Rauma Shipyard started the production of an innovative fisheries reseach vessel ordered by the Ministry of Fisheries and Marine Resources of the Republic of Namibia. NB 1378 will be delivered during the summer of 2012. The vessel will be approximately 62 metres.

Marine and Offshore
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Community center Kastelli in Oulu

In an attempt to combine learning, hobbies and culture, the City of Oulu in Finland started the community centre Kastelli in summer 2012 with a total area of 24 600 gross m². The construction should be finished by Mid 2014. Working under a Public-Private-Partnership with Lemminkäinen Corporation, the city of Oulu had set its high expectations in terms of comfort and energy efficiency. Being a multi-purpose center, Kastelli requires a special flexibility in its construction.

HVAC
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ARME - GYPROC

IMPROVING ENERGY EFFICIENCY OF BALL MILL OWEN.

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