Cruise ships

Fire-Security newsletter 2020

FS Chairman Ole Tom Eidjord

The world has experienced a very difficult year with the Corona virus, including hospitalizations and deaths. Periods of travel restrictions and lockdowns have limited many companies in their operation. Hopefully 2021 will be better, thanks to the vaccines now rolling out. (Read more)

While we are awaiting a brighter future, we take a look back at 2020 and present some of our activities around the world.


BROCHURE: Fire protection of electrical cables on cruise ships.

Millions of people travel the ocean every year for business or pleasure. Fire Security is one of the most important partners in making this travel as safe as possible. It is our objective to enhance the safety of the vessel, its passengers, and crew, and as such Fire Security’s products have become an international standard for the cruise industry.

VIDEO: Fire Protection of Electrical Cables on Cruise Ships.

VIDEO: Fire Security has been a partner to the major cruise operators for many years and has upgraded the fire resistance of cables in high fire risk areas on a significant number of cruise vessels and passenger ferries. We protect electrical cables both on existing vessels and new buildings, as many of the cruise operators have started to specify this protection when ordering new vessels.

The history of coating technology specialized for protection of cables.

Cable fire protection on 29 cruise ships in 2016 – a new record.

Cable Coating Fire Demonstration by Fire Security Middle East.

ALWAYS a PLEASURE working for the Italian’s at Fincantieri Shipyard.

Watch A Fire Protection Coating Comparison Demonstration

Passive Fire Protection vs Active Systems

The new and innovative Carnival Vista has engine room cables fire protected by Fire Security.