TYNE LIFEBOAT SOCIETY HONOURS SOLAR SOLVE

Stephen Healy, chairman of the Tyne Lifeboat Society and secretary Dr. Chris May present John Lightfoot, chairman of Solar Solve Ltd. with a commemorative citation in recognition of the support given to the Society by John and his company.

The employees at South Shields based specialist roller blind manufacturer Solar Solve and its chairman were honoured to be given an outstanding achievement award from the Tyne Lifeboat Society. The framed Testament was handed over by the Society’s chairman, Captain Stephen Healy and Secretary, Dr. Christopher May during their recent visit to the marine equipment […]

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BLUEWATER FPSO FITTED WITH SOLASOLV® SUNSCREENS

Haewene Brim FPSO ship photo

Solar Solve Marine, the South Shields based manufacturer of SOLASOLV® anti-glare, heat rejecting roller screens for navigation bridge windows, recently received an order from Bluewater Energy Services’ UK office for the vessel Hæwene Brim, a Floating Production Storage and Offloading Unit (FPSO). Six SOLASAFE® sunscreens were needed for the navigation bridge windows to ensure a […]

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BOURBON PEARL ORDERS SOLASOLV® SUNSCREENS

Bourbon Pearl ship photo

Solar Solve Marine, the South Shields based manufacturer of SOLASOLV® anti-glare, heat rejecting roller screens for navigation bridge windows, has just received an order from Bourbon Offshore in Norway for the vessel Bourbon Pearl – a worldwide, deep water multi-purpose supply vessel to the offshore industry. One of the benefits of SOLASOLV® roller screens is […]

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RSS JAMES COOK ORDERS SOLASOLV® SUNSCREENS

RSS James Cook ship photo

In the current climate there are significant economic and environmental arguments to reduce power consumption, eliminate wastage and increase energy efficiency; the challenge is how to identify products that can help achieve these objectives. Products such as SOLASOLV® anti glare roller screens can certainly help. Apart from the environmental and cost saving benefits, their safety […]

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