Skids for US Navy
|Recirculation Skid:||•||Qty: 2 units|
|Environmental Control Skid:||•||Qty: 6 units|
Puget Sound Naval Shipyard (PSNS) is a U. S. Navy shipyard in Bremerton, Washington. It is the Pacific Northwest’s largest naval shore facility and one of Washington state’s largest industrial installations.
PSNS provides the Navy with maintenance, modernization, and technical and logistics support. It has been in uninterrupted use since 1891.
PSNS (DLA) contracted with CAI to build six Environmental Control Skids and two Recirculation Skids through an open solicitation process. CAI is a U.S. Government certified contractor.
Having the engineering, manufacturing and testing all under one roof at CAI ensured that quality was not compromised and the project remained cost-effective.
CAI built the skids to Navy specifications and to withstand the high-abuse, marine, industrial environment in which they will be operated.
Environmental Control Systems:
The units are skid mounted, fully assembled, portable, heating and cooling units. They are designed to provide heating and cooling by utilizing steam and chilled water within one assembly. They are to be utilized in both summer and winter seasons to condition 100% weather air supplied for personnel comfort in industrial areas of the shipyard.
The Pump Skids are portable, process water recirculation systems. They circulate non-potable fresh water for use in various industrial processes at the naval shipyard and are moved to different locations within the facility from time to time. It’s skid base allows easy loading on trucks and transportation
- System design
- Packaging and shipping