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Recom VF-20 on fisheries research vessel of Dutch Rijksrederij

Recom Ice Systems has been chosen as the supplier for a vessel flake ice machine for the Tridens, a multi-role fisheries research vessel of the Dutch Rijksrederij. The Tridens (length 73,5 meters) is used to help determine fish stocks in the North Sea, among other duties.

Last year the ship was completely renovated by Maaskant Shipyards Stellendamn, part of Damen Shipyards Group, and a range of innovative applications have been fitted, like the latest Simrad sonar and echo sounder within the drop keel.

The vessel has been roaming the North sea for over a year now and the need for onboard ice production was signaled. Through Windex Engineering B.V., Recom Ice Systems got the order to supply a Recom VF-20. The ice machine has been installed and performs to full satisfaction.

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Recom Ice Systems wins project in Scotland

Recom Ice Systems has secured new work in Stornaway, Scotland. The Stornaway Port Authority has  awarded Recom the development work of an ice plant with storage and delivery systems.

Recom’s managing director Stef Bouhuijs: “This project reflects our on-going commitment to expand our European operations. We are well-positioned to grow our European backlog by executing large-scale projects.”

Situated 30 miles off the north west coast of Scotland the Port of Stornaway is the main seaport of the Hebridean Island chain and provides a vital link to mainland Britain. The Port of Stornaway used to be a major fishing port and still has a comprehensive infrastructure of support services for the fishing industry. Recent years have seen some stabilization and it is hoped that the new Recom state of the art ice plant will help the fishing industry in the Outer Hebrides to rebound.

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Recom Ice Systems completes construction of flake ice plant

Recom Ice Systems has completed the construction of a concrete cooling flake ice plant near Dammam, Saudi Arabia for Inshaa Co. for Concrete Products & General Contracting Ltd. The 18-meters high containerized ice factory consists of an 80T flake ice machine (CF800ET-5) with evaporative condenser, an IS-75 ice storage system and an ID-16S delivery system. Our equipment will be used for concrete cooling in combination with existing Liebherr batching plants, which will produce concrete for numerous (infra)structural projects in the Middle East.

Both Recom Ice Systems and the client, Inshaa look back at a fruitful collaboration and we look forward to a successful partnership for many years to come.

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Recom Ice Systems to showcase its product line at Seafood Expo Global 2015

When the Seafood Expo Global opens at Brussels EXPO in Brussels, Belgium on April 21, industrial ice machine manufacturer Recom Ice Systems will be waiting at stand 4-5811 with a range of product solutions that encompass virtually every demand and configuration.

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Construction of concrete cooling plant almost finished

Our engineers and technicians have done an amazing job at the construction of a Recom Ice Systems concrete cooling plant in Saudi Arabia. The project is not finished yet, but what has been achieved in a short time frame is astonishing. Both Recom and Inshaa, the client, are more than satisfied with the process.
Using concrete cooling in countries with high ambient temperatures, such as Saudi Arabia, is very beneficial. Cooling the concrete during the mixing process improves its strength, prevents cracking and gives the client more flexibility in transporting it.

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Start of construction of concrete cooling plant

After months of preparations, fabrication and transport, all of the machines and equipment for our concrete cooling project in Saudi Arabia have now arrived at its destination. There Recom Ice Systems is tasked with building a flake ice factory, which will be used for the cooling of concrete, needed for infrastructural projects.
Our engineers are working together with local workers on setting up the ice plant. Delegates from our European head office will head out soon to the working site to over see the construction.

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Cleaning pipe lines with ice

One of the more recent development in the applications of ice is Ice Pigging. Aqualogy (, the exclusive provider and developer of this technology, has a network of licensed partners, providing this service all around the globe. Ice Pigging is a highly effective and low risk pipe line cleaning technology. The Netherlands has about 117.000 kilometers of drinking water pipelines, which have to be cleaned from time to time. With ice pigging, a combination of water and ice is pumped into the pipe and forced along inside in order to remove sediments and unwanted deposits. It combines the benefits of the two traditional methods, flushing with water and forcing a solid object trough the pipe, without any of the drawbacks. Recom’s ice machines are perfectly capable of producing the right type of ice for this technique and together with the customer, we engineer the perfect solution for every situation.
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