Singapore gets Sealite solar power
Solar power – cost saving for safety and the environment
Australian navigational aid expert, Sealite, has installed its SAL-01 Solar LED area lights along a new wave breakwater structure at Singapore's International Cruise Terminal - meaning improvements for both the environment and for safety.
The breakwater is designed to keep the water calm at the terminal and ensure the safety and stability of the luxury super cruise liners while in berth - it stretches 1km out to sea. The Sealite area lights have been spaced along the breakwater for optimum clear illumination, marine navigation safety and improved safety for maintenance personnel.
An SLC310 3-5nm+ solar marine lantern is also positioned on the breakwater to signify where the structure ends.
Authorised Sealite distributor, Noah Agencies 'N' Marine Services Pte Ltd of Singapore, worked closely with McConnell Dowell and the local government authorities to supply and assist with the installation of the area lights. Noah will be responsible for ongoing maintenance.
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