They are 2008-2009 projects, with a length of 142 m, and a weight of 14.700 GT each.
As an aluminium vessel, the reduction of weight was essential for this ship. The insulation with ISOVER ULTIMATE® range lead to a reduction of 18 tons of weight, an increase in speed and stability, and the decrease in running costs.
The three identical ferries are named the Wight Light (launched in January 2008); Wight Sky (launched in April 2008); and Wight Sun (completed in November 2008). Each of the ferries is expected to undertake more than 200,000 trips during their operational lives and will cover more than 750,000 nautical miles.
Insulation by ISOVER allowed a weight reduction of approximately 20 tons, and brought A60 fire retarding systems.
Cuatro Torres Business Area (CTBA) (Spanish for Four Towers Business Area) is a business park located in the Paseo de la Castellana in Madrid (Spain), on the former Ciudad Deportiva of Real Madrid. The complex was formerly known as Madrid Arena. The area contains the tallest skyscrapers in Madrid and Spain (Torre Espacio, Torre de Cristal, Torre Sacyr Vallehermoso and Torre Caja Madrid). The construction of the buildings finished in 2008.
The client needed a light weight solution, and additionally a high fire protection in steel and aluminium. ISOVER enabled a high reduction of weight and the decrease of operating costs.
Thermal solar collectors provide heat in a clean, sustainable, and economic way using the sun’s radiation. Adding the efficient insulation reduces thermal losses to optimise the energy efficiency of the panels. Let’s look at how U SOLAR insulation helped Abora Energy become more efficient.
CUTTING DOWN EMISSIONS OF NOX AND BUILDING OF DESULPHURISATION UNIT INCL. CLOTH FILTER. DESULPHURISATION OF BOILER K14 AT HEATING PLANT TŘEBOVICE
ESP insulation replacement in a vegetable oil and grease plant for biofuel and food industry. The previous insulation was presenting CUI.
The AHTS Anchor Tug Vessel was built at the Zamakona Shipyard in Bilbao. ISOVER provided insulation solutions for fire, thermal and acoustic applications of a 85 m anchor handling tug supply (AHTS) vessels in total.
With the replacement of the traditionally used stone wool, the shipyard gained several hundred tons in weight savings. 252 meters long and 32 meters wide, the ship is able to accommodate over 2000 passengers.
The AIDAdiva is the first of a €2bn order for six new ships being constructed for the German-based cruise operator Aida Cruises, a subsidiary of P&O.
Substitution of the low quality insulation previously installed with thermal efficiency improvement of 25%.