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Secure-Marine A Partner in Maritime Security Secure-Waters Event Friday, 18 th of September, 2009 Fax:+31-10-4334624 Tel:+31-10-4134915.

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1 Secure-Marine A Partner in Maritime Security Secure-Waters Event Friday, 18 th of September, 2009 Fax: Tel:

2 Who are we? Security Specialists Ex. Navy Officers Ex. Special forces Airport Directors Ship & Port Operators Working with the experts

3 Non Violent Prevention The Secure-Waters and Secure-Ship, Ship Protection Systems are designed to protect the vessel against piracy attacks, illegal entrances and stowaways. Main Goals: Prevent Pirates from boarding the vessel Give the crew time to find a protective place, Get time for help from Navy ships, Cause the pirates to give up and seek an easier target

4 Secure-Ship – 9000 volts Secure-Ship - A Security system that prevents attack. A system that is adapted for use at sea A modular system that can be installed by the crew. A system that is installed on land at hundreds of locations. Can NOT be used on Tankers

5 Secure-Waters Secure-Waters – Cold water, High Pressure Secure-Waters – Hot water, Low pressure Can be used on any ship No Danger at all to crew No hindrance to ships operation

6 Secure-Waters, Water Knife Cold water – High Pressure Principle: Install a special pipe around the ship with high pressure nozzle at close intervals Pump water through the pipes at high pressure Create a painful deterrent to prevent ship entry Usage: Quick and easy deployment at major maritime trade points Singapore, Rotterdam, Dubai, Suez Installation by crew and our supervisor Medium cost

7 Secure-Waters Hot water – Low Pressure Principle: Install a special pipe around the ship with low pressure nozzle at intervals Heat up the water, using the engines heat source to deg C Pump water through the pipes at low pressure Create a hot water deterrent to prevent ship entry Usage: Sophisticated system with Computer controls (longer lead times) Installation by crew and our teams Medium entry cost Use for high class shipping companies

8 The System General overview

9 The System in more detail The Main Units: Heat Exchanger to heat up water Water pump to create required water flow Pipes to disperse water along ships hull Nozzles to create required spray Control and monitoring unit Optional chemical disperser

10 The System in more detail Heat Exchanger: Use the heat generated from the Main Engine Exhaust Economizer to heat up the water. The steam heaters are already installed on the ships. Use this steam to heat up the seawater via a high capacity heat exchanger Temp IN – 170 deg C (steam) Water out – 80 deg C (salt water)

11 The System in more detail Water Pump: The water pump needs to produce a large water flow Example: LOA 300m = 4000 ltr /min Pressure is low – approx 1 Bar Water is Sea Water (except for cleaning cycle)

12 The System in more detail Pipes: There are 2 systems of pipes: Bring water to deck and connect to spraying pipes High density rubber with high insulation gradient Or Fixed Steel pipes Bring water to Spray Nozzles Special, vari-diameter pipes Vari-diameter pipes sections are max 150m each Pipes are connected to railing with special clamps Vari-diameter pipes can be installed permanently.

13 The System in more detail Nozzles: The Nozzles are made from Ceramics Pre-installed on vari-diameter pipes at pre-defined intervals Create dense water curtain with overlap coverage Nozzles need to be clean cycled every several hrs to prevent salt crystallization

14 The System in more detail Computer Control System: Control from Bridge, and / or Engine room Activating system (On / Off) Monitoring system Cleaning cycle Optional Active Chemical activation Monitoring water flow Monitoring steam input and water temp and flow output Monitoring Salt Crystallization Recommendations on cleaning cycle time

15 The System in more detail Optional Chemical Agent: When under attack – can add chemical agent to water curtain Same Chemicals as used by riot police Chemicals are not harmful Irritate eyes and breathing channels Limited time usage – approx 2 hrs

16 More Pictures

17 To Summarize Not every one has luxury to have armed guards Costs for guards or using alternative routes are very high Secure-Water deters attacks, enabling ship to escape Possible reduction in insurance premiums Use existing energy and heat Can be permanently installed, and activated in short notice 1 year of full warranty (any parts will be replaced).

18 The End THANK YOU! For more information please contact ASIA: Secure-Globe Pty Ltd at: 225 George Street G.P.O. Box 2593, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia Tel: Fax: EUROPE: Secure-Marine bv van Vollenhoven straat KA, Rotterdam, The Netherlands Tel: Fax:


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