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Helping build safer vessels

Energy Solutions' Managing Director, Paul Holland, went live (excuse the pun) at SeaworkConnect with the webinar ‘How Isolation Transformers Help You Build Safer Vessels’

The in-depth presentation explained why every boat builder should consider installing marine isolation transformers onboard. Marine isolation transformers are the only way to completely eliminate the risk of galvanic corrosion between the vessel’s hull and other metal objects (other vessels, pilings etc.) and ensure safety for swimmers. Problems can occur in all boats, although steel & aluminium boats are particularly susceptible.

At the forefront of product and system innovation for the marine industry, Paul is keen to share the knowledge; researching, designing and manufacturing a wide range of marine electrical power solutions in house that provide new ways for clients to attract customers and set themselves apart in terms of look, efficiency and technology.

Paul founded the company 25 years ago and now works with leading OEM boatbuilders across the UK and worldwide; providing fully designed systems incorporating all elements from helm panels to lithium power systems.

Exhibitor: Energy Solutions

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