Linde LNG system for Finnish icebreaker
Germany’s Linde Group is to build an LNG fuel gas system for a new icebreaker being built by Finland’s Arctech Helsinki Shipyard.
The core of the LNG fuel gas system consists of two 400m³ vacuum-insulated tanks which will be installed vertically below deck, and are said to be the largest ever installed for this kind of application.
CYRO, part of Linde’s engineering division, will develop and
manufacture the system at its site in Gothenburg, Sweden. Linde says CYRO’s
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