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MAJOR PROJECTS / ICEBREAKER ALTE. IRIZAR
The Reconstruction and modernization of ARA Almirante Irízar in CINAR, will be a benchmark of Argentina´s naval industry history and a turning point in the Complex biograph. This project is unprecedented in our country and throughout Latin America in view of the fact that, it is the first time ever an extremely complex work as developing a new icebreaker is carried out.
RECONSTRUCTION AND MODERNIZATION
Focused on adapting the Irizar to modern times, changes were made to the original blueprints in order to meet all international environmental care treaties. Moreover, a decision was made to classifying the vessel by prestigious company Det Norske Veritas (DNV) of Norway. In addition, emphasis was placed on the transformation to a top scientific icebreaker, without losing its attributes of being a logistic and Antarctic rescue ship.
In November 2009 the shipyard started the scrapping of 860 tons of debris caused by the incident and, in July 2010 works began on the icebreaker.
MOTORS AND GENERATORS
Engines and generators were replaced with new ones of higher power.
The total number of borded personnel was increased from 245 to 313 seats.
The area dedicated to research laboratories was increased from 74 to 415 m².
OCCUPANCY AND SERVICES
The expansion of capacity to transport passengers intails an increased by almost 20% in adequacy of all services, a complete revamping of inhabitable areas of the boat, offering new amenities.
TOTAL AUTOMATION OF THE VESSEL´S SYSTEMS
The engine room, bridge, emergency systems and fire control were automated by utilizing cutting edge technology as thos used by the most modern icebreakers in the world.
The entire electrical system was changed from DC voltage to AC voltage, in line with the standard for this type of vessel.
ANTARCTIC FUEL, WATER AND GARBAGE
Transport capacity for Antarctic fuel was increased from 350 to 650 m3. In compliance with the regulations of DNV, MARPOL, and the Antarctic Treaty, potable water, hot water, treatment of sewage water and waste were adapted according to environmental protection guidelines.
To safeguard the safety of people and according to the inforced regulations the ship will have lifeboats for 100% of borded personnel and life rafts for 25% of borded.
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