Marioff announced it has signed a contract with Rauma Marine Constructions (RMC) in Rauma, Finland, to deliver HI-FOG® high pressure water mist fire suppression systems to four new Pohjanmaa-class multipurpose corvettes, part of the Finnish Navy’s Squadron 2020 project. RMC, one of the foremost shipbuilding companies in Europe, is building the ships for the Finnish Navy. Marioff, a foremost developer of water mist fire protection technology, is a part of Carrier Global Corporation, the foremost global provider of healthy, safe, and sustainable building, and cold chain solutions. Fire Protection Solution “We are very proud to be selected as the fire protection solution provider for the Pohjanmaa-class vessels and provide our extensive experience in water mist fire protection technology for the benefit of this project,” said Juha Ilvonen, Managing Director, Marioff. “The HI-FOG system is a perfect solution for naval vessels, and we are delighted to continue our long-term relationship with Rauma Marine Constructions and the Finnish Navy.” Operational Safety EPU HD is designed to meet very demanding specifications and extreme operational conditions The operational safety of the Pohjanmaa-class corvettes will be ensured with Marioff’s Heavy Duty Electric Pump Unit (EPU HD) based HI-FOG system. The EPU HD is designed to meet very demanding specifications and extreme operational conditions. Throughout this project, Marioff is closely cooperating with all stakeholders to provide a tailored solution based on its long experience in protecting surface and subsurface vessels and their crews from fire. Corvettes Squadron 2020 is a Finnish naval project to replace aging war ships with four new corvettes. The new multipurpose corvettes will be capable of engaging in warfare with surface combatants and submarines, taking anti-aircraft measures, and commanding maritime operations. The ice-breaking warships are expected to be delivered to the Finnish Navy by 2026 and operating by 2028.