Tideland Signal supplies Ekofisk complex navigational warning systems

Tideland Signal has supplied a package of navigational warning systems for the Ekofisk complex in the North Sea to replace redundant older systems.

Offshore staff

HOUSTON -- Tideland Signal has supplied a package of navigational warning systems for the Ekofisk complex in the North Sea to replace redundant older systems. New systems have been installed on the structures running on from 2/4C to the South Flare.

Two Syncrolan light stations, incorporating a Tideland MaxLumina ML-300-SL-400-Ex main light and ML-300 Ex secondary light, are installed at either end of this chain of structures. The Syncrolan on 2/4H is equipped with local controls while the one on the South Flare, is controlled from 2/4W. A further six subsidiary lights are located along the bridges and other structures from the Number 3 Bridge Support southwards.

All the secondary and subsidiary ML-300 Ex lanterns are supplied with LC6Ex six-place flasher lampchangers. The flasher units are housed externally in a stainless steel Exd enclosure wired to a stainless Exe junction box and mounted on a stainless pedestal.

10/05/2009

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