PG Flow Solutions has secured a contract to ship pumps to another two wellboats that the Norwegian shipbuilder Aas Mekaniske Verksted is developing for Sølvtrans.
A salmon fish farm in a Norwegian fjord. – Image © Stanislav –
diaphragm seal will provide eight massive seawater circulation pumps for every of the two wellboats. The Norwegian firm may also provide numerous engine room pumps that are required for the main engine and support engines, in addition to other general-purpose pumps as required for working the wellboats.
ไดอะแฟรม are Aas Mekaniske Verksted newbuilds 213 and 214.
PG Flow Solutions just lately won contracts to produce pumps for newbuilds 208 – 212, which are all Sølvtrans wellboats.
“We are very happy to be part of this worth chain, which is now working like a finely tuned machine,” mentioned Øyvind Berg, vice chairman of sales and marketing at PG Flow Solutions.
“The wellboats have been designed with fish welfare in mind. Our seawater circulation pumps have been developed with an identical philosophy. The merging of our technologies subsequently makes sense operationally, financially and from an animal well being perspective.”

The pump techniques shall be assembled at PG Flow Solutions’ main manufacturing facility at Sande in Vestfold, Norway, and delivered to Aas Mekaniske Verksted’s yard in Vestnes, Norway.