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Twin-Screw Props for Icebreakers

      3/17/1999

Three DNV Ice Class vessels to be used for icebreaking duties in the Baltic Sea are to be fitted with Kamewa propulsion equipment. The state of the art, anchor-handling, tug-supply (AHTS) vessels which are being built at Kvaerner Leirvik, Norway, for Bylock och Nordsjöfrak, Sweden, will be equipped with Kamewa twin-screw propeller systems, type 132XF5/4 which include nozzles to increase icebreaking capability and bollard pull. When completed the multi purpose vessels will have an overall length of 83.7 meters, a beam of 18 meters and a service speed of 16 knots. The order represents a breakthrough for Kamewa in the supply of propulsion systems for this type of vessel. The company undertook extensive research, design and testing to secure to order, which also includes control and hydraulic systems. The first vessel is due to be delivered in the early part of the year 2000.
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