We are proud to inform you about the successful completion of our latest project for the LNG Facility on Bonny Island, Nigeria. Leveraging our extensive experience in solar-powered systems for ship berthing applications, our dedicated team has engineered and manufactured three state-of-the-art reliable, robust, and durable Navigational Light Beacon Lantern systems.
Key features of this project include:
- A primary, secondary, and tertiary light beacon
- Autonomous solar power systems as a backup power supply
- All-in-one skid design for easy installation and low footprint
- Navigational Aids Central Control Panel (NCCP) for completely Autonomous and manual operation options
- Built-in and ready Spare NCCP panel
- Connection for remote control
- Bird spikes
Navigational beacon lights at ports play a crucial role in ensuring the safe navigation of vessels as they are essential guidance to the mariners, aiding their navigation through ports. These lights serve as visual aids, especially during low visibility conditions such as night-time or adverse weather. Since the systems are equipped with both dusk/dawn sensors and visibility sensors they will automatically engage the lights in fog conditions, increasing safety.
Furthermore, when vessels approach a port for berthing, navigational lights provide clear indications of the port's layout and the location of berths. This is crucial for captains and pilots to execute precise maneuvers during berthing operations.
Overall, these lanterns will play a crucial role, in enhancing safety during the cargo berthing operations at the Nigerian berth. With the added assurance of multiple backup systems, including a reliable solar power setup, we are proud to contribute to the smooth and secure functioning of the port.
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