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1,9 million, value of a quicker response

The value of a quicker response

The average cost for an engine room fire is $1,9M. Swift and effective response within a few minutes can limit the damage to soot washing and less than $200,000*.

* Peter Stålberg, Senior Technical Advisor, The Swedish Club

What is at stake?

  • Loss of life
  • Reputation
  • Environment
  • Refill CO2
  • Operational downtime
  • Cost for investigation
  • Repair cost
  • Loss of revenue
  • Contract fines
  • Insurance cost

Being there before it happens

Early detection gives you more time to act – and thereby reduces the risk that the alarm bells will start ringing.

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Being there before it happens

Early detection gives you more time to act – and thereby reduces the risk that the alarm bells will start ringing.

Any questions or suggestions on early detection? Don’t hesitate to contact us.

Which challenges do you face?

We are ready to support you in many areas. Here are some examples.

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Quality of operation

Optimizing the operation to gain efficiency – avoiding downtime, claims and detentions.

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Claims and controversy

Recording of actions and data during incidents for internal or external investigations.

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Prevention

Avoiding mechanical breakdowns and expensive repairs by early critical notification.

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Prediction and early detection

Increasing the chances of early actions to avoid or minimize potential damage.

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Fire detection and firefighting

Defining comprehensive and versatile fire and gas safety solutions.

People from the innovation team

The core of what we do

Consilium Safety is driven by innovation. We base our development on three cornerstones: insight, involvement and inspiration.

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Insight

Exploring areas of possible improvements together with our users.

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Involvement

Working closely internally and with external partners – exchanging and trying new ideas.

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Inspiration

Taking action to learn from customer challenges and industrial innovation in general.

From the left: Håkan Greko, Product Manager – Sandy Shagram, Global IT Manager – Kenth Sandell, Technology Development Manager – Patrick Olander, Customer Insight Manager – Malin Cardemar, Chief Marketing & Communications Officer – Björn Arkenström, Software Developer

Meet the team

Ultimately, innovation is about people who want to change things for the better. Feel free to contact the team at Consilium Safety Innovation Lab and share your ideas and thoughts.

Get ready for the future

Start by getting in touch with the team at Consilium Safety Innovation Lab.