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09 Jun 2011 
Alarm bells will be ringing at Seawork 2011 

Newbury UK based control systems supplier Radamec will have its new DARAD Alarm and Monitoring System available to be seen working on Stand SB129 at Seawork 2011 
 
The DARAD Monitoring and Alarm System has recently completed rigorous evaluation at a leading independent marine test house for Lloyds and BV Type Approval and is now available for new build, retrofit and upgrades to replace older and poorly supported OEM systems. On refits, the new DARAD system can utilize the vessel’s existing alarm system wiring and sensors, leading to faster and more cost effective installation without expensive rewiring. 
 
DARAD is an ideal choice for vessel operators as a replacement for their ageing and difficult to maintain Decca and Praxis systems. In deciding to choose Radamec’s DARAD system for the dredger Arco Dart’s retrofit, the superintendent for its operator, aggregates supplier Hanson UK, said, “Radamec were competitively priced and offered the best technical and aftersales support, with the ability to have their engineer’s dockside to our vessels in a matter of hours”. 
Radamec has been supplying the marine industry with Lloyds and BV approved control systems for over 30 years. Radamec`s capability has established a reputation worldwide for newbuilds, retrofits and long term service support of electronic and electro-mechanical systems for bridge control, monitoring & alarm, engine safety, telegraph and tachometer. 
 
Radamec systems are installed on a wide range of workboats, naval vessels and yachts, with projects ranging from the Royal Navy’s HMS Ocean, the Malaysian MMEA patrol craft, the Macduff trawler Endeavour IV for Peter Lovie and RMK Oyster yachts. 
 
For the RNLI, Radamec’s bridge control systems are fitted to the Severn and Trent class lifeboats and are currently being installed on the new Tamar class lifeboats. 
 
 
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