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CRISTANINI, established in 1972, is a world market leader in the development, research and production of systems and products for the decontamination and the detoxification of chemical, biological, radiological and nuclear CBRN agents. With more than 40 years of experience, CRISTANINI manufactures a wide range of systems for CBRN decontamination and detoxification for military and civil defence purposes as well as fire suppression systems with an advance technology. The company is NATO manufacturer A5009 since 1987, it has NATO AQAP 2110 product quality certificate and ISO 9001:2008 company quality certificate.
L-3 Marine Systems UK
L-3 Marine Systems UK (MSUK) have been supplying Integrated Platform Management Systems (IPMS) since 1983, most recently on the Astute Class Submarines, Landing Platform Dock amphibious ships and Queen Elizabeth Class (QEC) aircraft carriers. The importance of electronic Damage Surveillance And Control (DSAC) systems as management tools in the conduct of the internal battle has long been recognised in optimising both situational awareness and the employment of manpower during challenging ship scenarios. L-3 MAPPS/MSUK is an acknowledged company, possessing unparalleled expertise, drawing upon over 20 years of successful service in numerous navies around the world.
Delta Fire is a World Class, ISO9001 UK manufacturing Company specialising in the design, production and supply of bespoke marine off-shore fire fighting equipment to the Naval Industry.
With an increasing customer base in over 65 countries Delta Fire works closely with leading global organisations in the provision of On-shore & Off-shore Foam Systems for use on Manned and Unmanned Platforms, Helidecks, Vessels and Processing Terminals.
Specialising in Fire Nozzles, Fire Monitors, Foam Equipment, Fire Hose, PPV Smoke Removal Fans, Hydrant Valves, and Fire Fittings Delta are an Achilles FPAL accredited ‘Single-Source’ Supplier. View our range: www.deltafire.co.uk
Consilium’s Salwico fire and gas detection systems are synonymous with many types of ships from LNG vessels to cruise ships. Since the first Salwico gas detector was delivered in 1959, Consilium has become one of the leading suppliers on the market. Consilium has taken all its knowledge and experience and created a highly advanced technological common platform, not only for fire detection systems, but also for gas detection systems and voyage data recorders (VDR). The CCP (Consilium Common Platform) is the base for our seventh generation of innovative systems developed on the latest technology to create market leading solutions.
Marioff is the world’s largest supplier of water mist fire protection technology, with unrivalled experience supplying system solutions worldwide under the brand HI-FOG®.
HI-FOG® is a world leading fire protection system that accomplishes fire suppression with water mist. HI-FOG® has the ability to safely control and suppress fire by discharging a fine water mist, which uses significantly less water than conventional sprinkler systems, at high velocity and is suitable for most types of fires on land and at sea.
Marioff is a part of UTC Climate, Controls & Security, a unit of United Technologies Corp.
Roxtec is the world-leading provider of flexible modular-based cable and pipe seals. The company’s invention for adaptability to cables and pipes of different sizes, Multidiameter™, is based on sealing modules with removable rubber layers. It allows for a perfect sealing, regardless of the outside dimension of the cable or pipe. The solution simplifies design and engineering, speeds up installation and reduces the need for stock, material and logistics. It also provides spare capacity for easy retrofit and future upgrades. Roxtec serves and supports customers in more than 80 markets through subsidiaries and a network of distributors.
Navantia is a leading warship designer and builder. Additionally, Navantia designs, develops and integrates complex high technology systems such as combat systems, propulsion systems and Integrated Platform Management Systems (IPMS). Navantia’s IPMS has been installed on over 100 warships worldwide, in new build and modernization projects. It is much more than a machinery control and surveillance system with an Integrated Damage Control System (IDCS), it is a ship information system designed to increase operational availability and optimize life-cycle costs of low manning warships. The IDCS organizes and presents information efficiently to help operators understand each situation as it evolves to enable optimum decisions in response to any emergency. The IDCS integrates automatic functions first brought to market including: dynamic kill cards, 3D damage plot, stability and strength calculator, integrated CCTV, personnel location and escape routes calculator.