Bull Products wins contract to protect world’s largest superyacht

Bull Products has strengthened its presence in the shipbuilding industry, after securing a contract to protect m/v REV Ocean, the world’s largest superyacht.

Bull is working with Vestcom, a major wireless communication supplier in Norway and has supplied more than 25 of its Cygnus Wireless Alarms to protect the ship up until completion in 2021.

The units installed on the ship include 25 Cygnus Fire Call Point Alarms and a range of first aid, heat, smoke and water detectors. The alarm system also connects to Bull’s 3G Auto Dialler that allows site managers to programme up to 50 phone numbers of responsible persons in an emergency who are then notified by SMS if an activation or intrusion has occurred.

REV Ocean is the world’s largest superyacht build by the Norwegian yard, Vard Brattvaag. As a combined luxury liner and research vessel, it will accommodate cruise passengers and also scientists and innovators, who will explore issues including the impact of CO2 emissions on the oceans, plastic pollution, and sustainable fishing.

To find out more about the Bull Products partnership with Vestcom, click here.

To find out more, contact the Bull Products sales team on 01432 371 170.


Don’t get left in the dark this winter

Bull Products has extended its range of construction site safety equipment, with the addition of new temporary lighting and cabling products. The equipment has been designed specifically for building sites, is easily transported and energy efficient. It is also robust enough for both internal and external use, and is suitable for the extreme, harsh conditions […]

08.09.2020

INWED20 at Bull Products

Bull Products is marking International Women in Engineering Day 2020 (INWED) by celebrating the skills and contribution two of the Research & Development team make to the company. Test Engineer Liliya Petrova and Product Development Engineer Jessica Faulkner are two of the R&D team of nine, which is currently developing a new wireless fire detection […]

23.06.2020