Dutch Ministry of Defence chooses sustainability with Sonihull Ultrasonic Anti-Fouling system

Lamers System Care recently installed the Sonihull Ultrasonic Anti-Fouling system on 11 landing-craft vessels for the Dutch Ministry of Defence, to keep them permanently free from algae, weeds and other bio-fouling. The Royal Dutch Navy, along with its worldwide fleet and personnel, is committed to maritime safety and the protection of the marine environment. So,…

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And the Distributor of the Year is…

Lamers System Care has been awarded the Distributor of the Year Award by Sonihull, the world’s leading ultrasonic anti-fouling system. After an unprecedented year of growth and dealer appointments, Sonihull has revealed the winner of its coveted Distributor of the Year Award for 2019 – Lamers System Care, based in Uden, Netherlands. “Bob Lamers and…

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The Challenge of Global Bio-fouling

Today at #METSTRADE – Sonihull was invited to take part in the expert panel discussion at the show’s I-nnovation Lab. Dominic Findlow, Sonihull’s technical Director joined industry leaders to discuss the legislative, operational and environmental challenges of global biofouling. The panel was hosted by Albert Willemsen, Environmental Consultant, ICOMIA and was also attended by: Dr…

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PYI fits Sonihull, keeps keel cooler clear

Sonihull, the world’s leading ultrasonic anti-fouling system, has been installed on a Nordhavn 55, by USA distributor PYI Inc., to cure a persistent keel cooler bio-fouling problem To cure a recurring problem of marine bio-fouling, a Nordhavn 55 owner from Maine, USA has fitted a Sonihull ultrasonic anti-fouling system to the internal pipework that feeds…

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Sonihull cleans-up in Norway

The UK-based firm that has become the world’s leading ultrasonic biofouling specialist, is helping show the way to a future of zero-toxin boating thanks to a 3-year project in the crystal-clear waters of Norway. NRG Marine, the UK-based manufacturer of Sonihull ultrasonic anti-fouling systems, has been helping the ‘Green Marina’ project in Norway get some…

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