This means that we act as Parker’s sales and service part of central Norway. Our long and wide experience allows quick delivery and excellent service at competitive prices.
We want to strengthen our team, and have an engineering job available for speedy accession.
Sundferja, former Kvaløy, was built in 1977 by Skjervøy Shipyards. The vessel is now equipped with a bow thruster and 2 Schottel Rudder Propellers (SRP) for maneuvering and propulsion. Sundferja was aquired by BNR (Bergen-Nordhordaland Rutelag) in autumn 2011 and has been at Båtbygg for renovation until mid-December. The vessel measures 31.6m, has deck space for 18 cars and will go into operation on the route Klokkarvik-Lerøy-Bjelkarøy-Hjellestad from February 2012.
Petter’s Marine Hydraulics has on this vessel supplied a custom control system (MPTC custom) for maneuvering in port and transit. By maneuvering in port the system allow the skipper to manipulate the RPM of the motors, rotation of the SRPs and execution of the thruster only by using a joystick. The transit system provides the feeling of navigating with conventional propellers and rudder, where the joystick now works as a rudder lever and RPM has its own lever.
After completing the test run and sea trial, the system was found to be very easy to use and gives the skipper full control of the vessel.
|New construction at Pipe Systems Engineering
Pipe Systems Engineering has signed a contract with Arctic Seaworks in Hammerfest on the construction of a 14.9m working catamaran, designed by Skipskompetanse AS in Måløy. The keel is being laid in December 2011 and the vessel is scheduled handed over in June 2012. The vessel will be built in Pipe Systems Engineering’s premises in Haugsbygda. With its 14.9m length and 12m width, this will be one of norway’s largest work boats under 15m, with a working deck of around 100m2 and load capacity of 100 tons.
The vessel is heavily equipped, and PMH has received a contract for a large part of the equipment on board, including; 4 thrusters, 3 capstans, 80-ton winch with load sense, MPTC (control system), KP-300 (dynamic positioning system), steering gear and hydraulics.
14.9m trimaran Workboat, built at SAFE shipyard in Poland. The vessel was delivered to Jonny Garvik in October 2011 and will have its scope along the west coast, with Sundøy as home port. With its three-hulls the boat is very stable and offers a large deck area. The vessel is equipped with PMH’s Keep Position System KP-100, and is steady on DP, even in 15m/s wind.
On this vessel PMH has delivered a 60-ton winch, capstans, thrusters, MPTC (control system), KP-100 (dynamic positioning system), steering gear, 24V power pack and hydraulics.
Picture borrowed from Midtsiden.no
In 2010 Arctic Mountain AS acquired the vessel Arctic Ocean, a 75m former riverboat which currently operate on the Norwegian coast delivering fish feed for EWOS. After purchase, the vessel was upgraded with a larger bow-thruster and dynamic positioning system.
On this vessel PMH has supplied hydraulics, bow-thruster and KP-100 (DP)
Picture is borrowed from marinetraffic.com
Austevoll Melakswas received their new boat “Melaks” in November 2011. Melaks is a 15m working catamaran built by PTS shipyard in Szczecin, Poland, and is run as a service boat at Austevoll Melaks’ fish farms.
On this vessel PMH has delivered a 60-ton winch, capstans, cranes, thrusters, MPTC (control system), steering gear, SMART, 24V power pack and hydraulics.
Sea Worker is a 15m catamaran, originally delivered to Telavåg Fiskeoppdrett AS under the name Tellefisk. The vessel was built at SAFE Engineering Services’ yard in Gdynia, Poland, and handed over in 2011. Sea Worker has Bergen as its home port and operates as a diver, ROV, cleaning, and maintenance vessel.
On this vessel PMH has delivered a 20-ton winch, capstans, thrusters, MPTC (control system), steering gear, 24V power pack and hydraulics.
The picture is borrowed from Skipsrevyen
Stamfisk is a 12m work boat built at SAFE Engineering Services’ yard in Gdynia, Poland. The boat was delivered at Erfjord Stamfisk in the spring of 2011, and is used as a service boat at the fish cages.
On this vessel PMH has delivered capstans, thrusters, MPTC (control system), steering gear, 24V power package, electronics package and hydraulics.
We will be represented at this year’s aquaculture exhibition in Trondheim, Aqua Nor, held 16th-19th. August.
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