Damen Shipyards has signed a contract with ENGIE Axima Germany to design and provide heating, air flow and air-conditioning (HVAC) techniques for the German Navy’s F126-class frigates.
The German firm can even present chemical, organic, radiological and nuclear (CBRN) safety techniques and the refrigeration techniques for the ships.
The newest contract is legitimate for a number of years.
It’ll safe jobs for some 80 ENGIE Axima workers on the Hamburg website and on the shipyard development websites.
The contract’s planning and design work will begin this month and the primary frigate might be fitted with ENGIE Axima’s expertise at shipbuilding firm Blohm+Voss’ premises in Hamburg within the yr 2024.
Commissioning of the techniques aboard the F126-class frigates and provide of all major elements and different supplies are additionally coated within the contract.
Damen famous that ENGIE Axima Germany, previously referred to as Noske-Kaeser, will equip the onshore services accordingly.
Since 1990, Noske-Kaeser CBRN safety, air-conditioning/air flow, refrigeration in addition to firefighting techniques have been used on 157 floor vessels and 81 submarines for a number of naval programmes.
Since then, greater than 50 floor vessels and 6 submarines have been outfitted for the German Navy.
Damen Naval managing director Hein van Ameijden stated: “We’re thrilled to have the ability to award yet one more main contract to a German subcontractor.
“The contract is of giant significance as a result of the availability of HVAC expertise might be key to making sure the protection and well-being of the army personnel on board the F126 frigates. As such, we’re happy to have the ability to depend on spectacular German high quality right here.”
The German Navy is predicted to obtain the primary ship in 2028.
All ships might be constructed in Hamburg, Kiel and Wolgast in Germany.
The F126 frigate is a brand new multi-purpose fight ship that may substitute German Brandenburg-class frigates.