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Fishing Vessels

Fishing vessels operates in rough high risk environments day and night, and the work that takes place is very demanding for the crew. To meet the needs of fishery vessels, the RLX series is developed to solve the spesific light problems for each method of fishery and the feedback we have received has been excellent.

"We are very satisfied with the lights. There is no maintenance, low power consumption and no problems with icing."

- Lars Harald Nyvoll, Skipper, MS Nyvoll Senior

"The light works extremely well, also during the coldest winter in more than 20 years, in the Bering Ocean."

- Deck Supervisor, F/T Pacific Glacier

 

AUTOLINE VESSELS

Typical problems:

  • Shocks and vibrations
  • Salt burn on the glass of the light, which reduces output
  • Broken light bulbs that needs replacement
  • Broken search light in the front mast

Typical application:

  • Light for hauling hatch
  • Front mast for bouy finding
  • Rear light for setting the line
  • Deck light

         

 

 

PURSE SEINE

Typical problems:

  • Poor light quality not optimal for working on deck
  • Lack of light at stern trawl

Typical application:

  • Deck light
  • Lights for stern trawl
  • Lights for purse

      

 

TRAWLERS

Typical problems:

  • Poor light quality
  • Light breakes due to shocks, vibrations and temperature
  • Difficult, costly and risky to do maintenance due to placement of the lights

Typical Application:

  • Trawl gallow
  • Deck light
  • Top of wheelhouse
  • Frozen storage

 

You are welcome to contact us if you have any further inquiries or comments.