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Heat protection in shipbuilding

In the case of a ship, which travels, perhaps all over the world to different climatic conditions, the ambient conditions will vary by both location of the ship and time of year. The ship's envelope and heating/cooling systems should therefore be designed for the extremes of those ambient conditions.

The heat protection designed and installed by KAEFER Shipbuilding Contracting take into consideration also facts as f. i. the heat transfer through a ship's shell is most extreme where the stiffeners act as heat transfer "fins" which, if not insulated, significantly increase the overall heat transmission.

Example: Insulation backed with AL foil

Example:Heat insulation at exhaust line, including steel outfittings and cladding



Class aproved insulation on bulkheads/ceilings
Fire class extensions/draught stops
Class aproved panelling for walls/ceilings
Penetrations- Fire bulkheads/decks
Fire doors
Class aproved floating floors
HVAC insulation
Insulation of bulkheads/ceilings
Insulation of hot/cold pipes or exhaust lines
Insulation of pipes
HVAC insulation
Insulation on bulkheads/ceilings
Deck coverings (Floors)
HVAC insulation
Insulation on floors
Pipes/HVAC insulation