Being able to dry and warm up your work garments in between shifts is logically a must to the crew working onboard vessels, whether it be to deal with the extremely low temperatures, bad weather circumstances, or perhaps even both. To provide a comfortable work environment is a crucial corporate goal to reach. Nevertheless, it does not only apply to vessels and their crews out at sea, also the workers at the newbuilding or repair yards show high interest in Pronomar’s professional drying systems.
Those who are dedicated to repair or refit ships know what it is like to work under tough work conditions too. The qualified workforce is devoted to big transformations of existing vessels, which for instance could include the rebuilding of the external layout, hull extensions, engine changing, accommodation upgrades or a modification of new elements. These conducts can be carried out for many types of ships, ranging from ferry operators to commercial fisheries vessels. A lot of these activities are carried out during the winter months, when ships are temporarily not operational. It is of high importance that the cold weather doesn’t slow the personnel down. Being able to do your job in dry attire, will not only prolong the lifespan of the costly outfits, but will also stimulate and motivate the crew.
The drying systems are easy to install and there are different types of open configurations, drying cabinets and containerized solutions possible, which enables the yards to place the systems where and how it suits them best. This means that employees can easily store their workwear, boots, gloves and/or helmets at the end of the day in the changing room, while having in mind it will be completely dry and warm before beginning their next shift.
If you desire any type of information or assistance regarding our drying systems or other services, please do not hesitate to contact us via our website www.pronomar.com or give us a call on + 31 (0) 78 – 68 19 481.
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