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Next Generation High Speed ​​Lens System NO-T-600-S

The high speed lense from NorLense, NO-T-600-S is a container stored system operated by only one person. It is automatic inflation with one filling point on the boom section. All technical units necessary for the user are integrated. Application and rewind system is operated by only one person and there is no need for any deck space when the system launched directly from the container / drum. GB-A-600-S is equipped with links to easily and securely connect to and disconnect from the bag into the sea. The bag also has a function where it separates oil from water. This means that you do not need a skimmer in addition to speed Lense system. When the bag is full, it can be separated from the sea. A new bag is then connected and buildup can continue. The collected oil is automatically sealed inside the bag, and the bag can be anchored and retrieved later, or towed to shore for disposal.

 

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