In the ever expanding oil explorations and extractions outside the world's coastlines, the importance of a solid and functional emergency response system is constantly increasing.
Parat Halvorsen AS is Norway’s leading supplier of steam and heat solutions. We deliver complete systems to land-based industries, ships and the offshore sector. Parat Halvorsen boilers are in daily use in all corners of the world – and we are proud of having delivered products with our trademark of quality and reliability.
Parat Halvorsen AS has been a player in the offshore market since the mid 1970s. We have supplied a great variety of packages and products to this very demanding market and have thus developed a solid experience which enables us to securely provide even more complex products in the years to come.
Steam and heat solutions for the offshore industry
We started out with a wide product range covering everything from glycol regeneration packages, filter packages, scrubbers and separators to steam and hot water boiler systems. This industry’s strict quality assurance requirements are carefully followed up through our quality assurance system: ISO 9001. Further enhancing our position internationally, we are now the only Norwegian supplier to be ASME approved with the ‘U’ and ‘S’ stamps.
Today we try to keep our main focus on heating solutions. Our typical product range includes:
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- Oil and gas fired steam boiler packages: 0.5t/hr to 50t/hr
- Electrical high-voltage steam boiler systems: 5t/hr to 75t/hr
- Electrical low-voltage steam boiler systems: 0.5t/hr to 15t/hr
- Oil and gas fired hot water packages: 0.5MW to 40MW
- Electrical high-voltage hot water packages: 2.5MW to 50MW
- Electrical low-voltage hot water packages: 0.5MW to 10MW
- Potable hot water service packages: up to 100m³
- Thermal oil systems: up to 15MW
High-voltage electrode boiler for marine use
The PARAT high-voltage electrode boiler can be delivered with a capacity up to 50MW. With 40 years of experience in marine boilers, we have made a rugged design that fulfils all class requirements. The new electrode system for marine use is a result of many years of experience combined with an innovative design.
The high-voltage electrode boiler is extremely compact. The cost savings on ships are also significant, since no transformer or low-voltage cables are needed.
The electrical control panel includes a complete safety and control system. This system is based on the Siemens SIMATIC S7 system with a touch panel for local operation. Communication with the ship’s main control system is possible as well, from analog and digital signals to bus systems such as PROFIBUS and MODBUS. The safety system is independent from the PLC system.
- Compact and rugged design for marine use
- Approved by DNV, LRS, BV, ABS, etc.
- Capacity up to 50MW
- Ex-approved version for FPSO is available
Rugged low-voltage electric boiler
The PARAT electrical element boiler can be delivered with capacity up to 5,000kW. The electrical element boiler is very compact, and has the big advantage of low load regulation, down to 15kW. No smoke stack is needed, thus saving space and costs.
The electrical cabinet is separate from the boiler. This ensures a low temperature in the electrical components. The cabinet is standardised and type approved according to the NEK 400. Included are the main switch, fuses, contactors and a complete safety and control system.
This system is based on the Siemens PLC SIMATIC S7 system with a touch panel for local operation. Communication with the ship’s main control system is possible as well, from analog and digital signals to bus systems such as PROFIBUS and MODBUS. The safety system is independent from the PLC system.
- Electrical element boiler with compact design
- Rugged design for marine use
- Separate boiler and electrical cabinet; fulfils NEK 400
- Approved by DNV, LRS, BV, GL, etc.
- Extremely good regulation
For ships with ORO operation class, PARAT has developed a successful package containing a heat exchanger for the hot water system and steam lances for heating of ORO tanks.
Pressure vessels, boilers and structural components
With our highly skilled engineering staff that includes some of Norway’s very best boiler engineers, we feel quite capable of solving any heating challenge that is presented to us within our specific range of products. Manufacturing of pressure vessels, boilers and structural components is done at our factories in Flekkefjord and Kvinesdal.
All assembly, electrical and instrument work and testing is also done at our premises before the packages are shipped directly from our deep sea harbour. Installation and start-up / commissioning is also performed by Parat personnel.
Our service engineers and technicians are mostly hand picked from positions in manufacturing and installation and thereby have the right background that enables them to perform their tasks quickly and to make the right decisions on site.
Please do not hesitate to contact us if you have any projects that require high-quality heating products.
During the last month, PARAT Halvorsen has collected four new boiler plant orders from the Vard Group and its multi-purpose platform ships of Vard 1 08 design.
PARAT Halvorsen has been awarded new boiler plant contracts for two freezer trawlers to be built at Tersan Shipyard located in Telova, Turkey.
Visit the PARAT Halvorsen booth at the NOSCA pavilion, at the International Oil Spill Conference in Savannah, Georgia, US, 5-8 May.
Parat Halvorsen AS has recently signed an agreement with Environmental Marine Partners (Empus) based in Miami, Florida.
Offshore rig operations are energy intensive. Significant amounts of electric power is consumed by the various processes required to drill the wells into the reservoirs that provide us with fuel.
Parat Halvorsen has assigned a contract to deliver a retrofit steam boiler to Polar Seafood Greenland and one of their trawlers, the M/Tr. Polar Qaasiut.
Parat's electrode boiler's ability to rapidly manage fluctuations in renewable energy sources has brought swift uptake in Denmark since 2011. As the Norwegian company launches in Germany, Parat reflects on the promise of efficiency its solution offers to Europe's smart electricity grids.
Parat Halvorsen has gathered key personnel from the maritime industry to a technical review and discussion of tank heating solutions for supply vessels with NOFO notation. Shipowners, consultants, technical and operational persons from shipyards, and the NCA (Norwegian Coastal Administration) were present, and practical tests were performed at the company fabrication and test facilities in Flekkefjord.
Parat Halvorsen AS has been awarded a contract for calculation, design and construction of a HTS and reel platform for an offshore drill rig, operating on the Norwegian shelf in the North Sea. The platform will be placed in connection with the derrick and will be equipped with riser systems enabling the offshore rig to drill in deeper areas.
Hellesøy Shipyard has signed a new PSV contract with Siem Offshore Rederi in Kristiansand, Norway. For this new building, number 152, Hellesøy has once again chosen to furnish their ship with a boiler plant from Parat Halvorsen. Part of Parat's scope of supply will be one combined 1250kW electric steam and hot water boiler.
Kleven Maritime has yet again signed a contract with Parat Halvorsen, for their new building 361 to be constructed at Kleven Verft in Ulsteinvik.
In preparation for the coming ONS and SMM exhibitions, Parat has prepared two new brochures.
Parat Halvorsen has been awarded in both oil-fired boiler plant contracts with Simek Shipyard for their new buildings 129 and 130, with a further one in option.
Parat Halvorsen has been awarded with a new boiler plant contract with Kleven Maritime.