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FEATURE SPONSOR


AIDS TO NAVIGATION


RESULTS • Peace of mind given to windfarm operators • Reduced service costs and component failure rates • Documented annual inspection programmes on all AtoN & associated systems


• Maintaining availability standards of AtoN to ensure not in breach of d’ marine licence


• Prolonged service life of field assets due to preventative maintenance


• Reduced equipment downtime & emergency call outs as a result of non-compliance


• Maintaining safe systems of work during, service and maintenance


PRODUCTS, SERVICES & EXPERIENCE Pharos Marine Sims Systems (PMSS) provide products that improve reliability, increase efficiency and enhance safety at sea. With over a century of accumulated experience, the company is continually working on adapting new technologies, worldwide commissioning abilities, OEM, multi-vendor equipment selection to service the wind sector.


Pharos Marine Sims Systems (PMSS)


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ü Marine, A full range of our AtoN Products


ü Aviation Equipment, to include TD/PM Circle & H, Helideck Perimeter


Lighting


ü Ex Enclosures, to include Battery Enclosures, UPS Integrated Power Solutions & Control Stations


ü Service & Maintenance, Offshore O&M programmes


ü Spares & Repairs, Aids to Navigation, Gas Detection, Instrumentation and Control Systems


ü Buoys, and buoy maintenance


Pharos Marine T +44 020 8538 1100 E sales@pharosmarine.com


6 Steyning Way, Hounslow, Middlesex, TW4 6DL


Sims Systems T +44 01493 659271 E info@sims-systems.com


Riverside House, Riverside Road, Gorleston, Great Yarmouth, NR31 6PX


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