Maritime Group Installs Sea-Fire Aboard the PMS Mayo
When Petroleum Marine Services sought to upgrade the fire suppression systems on board PMS Mayo, it turned to Alexandria, Egypt-based Maritime Group Co. The company installed state-of-the-art Sea-Fire engineered systems aboard the 298' diving support vessel.
Engineers from UK-based Sea-Fire Europe Ltd and Maritime Group worked collaboratively to design the numerous fire suppression systems on board. The project included 25 suppression fluid cylinders that protect 14 machinery spaces, controlled by a Sea-Fire Extinguisher Release Panel.
"We're very thankful for Sea-Fire's cooperation; the installation on PMS Mayo went perfectly," said Capt. Mohamed Abu El Enin, Maritime Group Co. general manager. "We're looking forward to working on future projects with Sea-Fire Europe."
Since 1995, Maritime Group has served Egypt's robust commercial marine, shipping and offshore petroleum industries, and ports and marinas. It is an agent and distributor of innovative equipment from a wide range of major manufacturers. Its website is maritime-group.com.
The PMS Mayo is a 298' x 59' DSV (diving support vessel) built in 1987 by Euroflex Marine of Aarhus, Denmark. It's powered by four Wartsila 2,220 kW engines, has a gross tonnage of 4,294 and a dead weight of 2,706 tons. Its crew of 80 work in the southeast Mediterranean Sea.
For close to 50 years, Sea-Fire has been committed to protecting people and property at sea. Its state-of-the-art marine fire detection, suppression and ventilation equipment is on board commercial, recreational and naval vessels worldwide.
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