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Installation of equipment began on super-trawlers RRPK

Installation of equipment began on super-trawlers RRPK
Photo: RRPK press service

The installation of the main equipment began on the first pair of super trawlers for the RRPK. At the Admiralty shipyards in St. Petersburg on the "Captain Vdovichenko" and "Mechanics Maslak" are installed cargo, trawl and mooring equipment.

According to the press service of the Russian Fishery Company LLC, the installation of a fish meal plant has also begun on the lead vessel Kapitan Vdovichenko. The trawl complex includes electric wire rope winches, with the help of which they will recover energy and redirect it to the needs of the main production and for domestic consumption. This will reduce fuel consumption.

As noted by Dmitry Sapov, Deputy General Director of the RRPK for Fleet Construction, modern technologies make it possible to increase the efficiency of equipment and the field in general. In addition to recuperating energy from winches, energy-saving technologies are also used in the fishmeal plant. It will use the steam produced by the boiler using fish oil as fuel, and the residual heat of the exhaust gases will be utilized. It is a closed loop system. In addition, RMU will provide an increased flour yield due to the evaporation of fish broth.

Soon the equipment of the fish processing factory will be installed on the lead vessel. Insulation has already been installed in the workshop, the deck is metallized, pipelines and cable routes are being laid.

Supertrawlers under construction for the RRPK are the largest and most technologically advanced vessels for the Russian fishing fleet. Each new vessel is designed for an annual catch of more than 60 thousand tons of fish, which is 2,5 times higher than the productivity of fishing vessels in the Far East. In total, 11 super trawlers will be built for the RRPK.

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