LED lighting specialist Glamox has supplied lighting to the world’s longest wellboat, Ronja Storm.
According to ship technology company Havyard, which constructed the vessel, the Ronja Storm can produce 16.8 million litres of fresh water per day, which is equivalent to the daily freshwater consumption of 100,000 Norwegians. Havyard also claims that no other vessels can match the fish tank capacity or the ship’s capacity for processing and transport of fish. Ronja Storm can load 1,000 tonnes of fish per hour, which means 3,300 large salmon per minute. In addition, no other wellboats have used a direct current (DC) system before.
Glamox has supplied its DL60-R92 nightlight (red light) for the wheelhouse of Ronja Storm. The design of the downlight, with the red light source placed in the back/top of the housing, ensures there is no glare in the windows. The light is only used to illuminate the instruments, something which is designed to offer perfect visual conditions for the captain. The use of Dali enables the nightlight to be dimmed and adjusted to provide the best visibility at all times.
Treatment in low temperature is required when storing marine resources. For this application, Glamox supplied its MIR luminaire (TA down to -25°C). The MIR S variant supplied to Ronja Storm is protected to IP67 (dust and waterproof).
Glamox also supplied its TL60 LED for the technical rooms on Ronja Storm. This LED luminaire is suitable for a wide range of areas, for example passageways, engine rooms, stores and workshops. It is designed to meet maritime requirements, save energy and reduce maintenance costs due to its long lifetime (100,000 hours at Ta45).
The DL60 LED is a slim downlight family with a built-in LED module. The downlight is designed to be energy efficient and to ensure a long product lifetime. The light is also easy to install and is available in a variety of trims and decors.