CBG Systems is an Australian company specialising in the supply and installation of thermal and acoustic insulation systems for a range of marine, industrial and commercial clients.
CBG Systems is an Australian company, based in Tasmania, that specialises in the supply and installation of thermal and acoustic insulation systems for a range of marine, industrial and commercial clients.
CBG has been the leading innovator in the marine insulation and lightweight passive fire protection industry for more than 30 years. Our products are designed to save lives and also save businesses money. CBG is recognised as a professional in its field by the US military as well as merchant marine and military operators worldwide.
Fire-resistant insulation for marine vessels
Rapid access composite (RAC) is a 60-minute fire-resisting division for installation in deckheads and bulkheads that allows rapid access to the vessel’s services and structure, which are generally covered by conventional insulation. RAC, unlike conventional insulation, has a panel-mounted system that provides aesthetic appeal while maintaining the required protection of the vessel’s structural integrity in the event of a fire.
The installed panel weighs less than 5.2kg per squared metre. This is a 70% weight reduction when compared with other heavier, conventional metal clad insulation types. The owner has the added benefit of improved fuel economy, reduced CO² emissions and extra payload. This leads to significant savings and improved earning capacity over time.
Insulation systems for naval vessels
The standard panel size of the RAC is 2,400mm x 1,200mm and it has excellent rebound characteristics, providing light to medium impact resistance. Ease of handling and removal / replacement of panels considerably reduce maintenance costs over the life of the vessel. Removal of panels in service is a simple process and can be achieved in less than five minutes.
The support structure and cover strips are manufactured from marine-grade stainless steel with exposed panel surfaces being non-metallic and not subject to corrosion. Finishes are available with a fully washable non-water absorbent facing in light grey, white or black, achieving a premium appearance of the fire protected areas. The RAC system meets IMO, MED and USCG approvals as a 60-minute fire-resisting division for high-speed craft.
Passive fire protection panel system for the defence industry
Rapid access navy-30 (RAN-30) is an N-30 class fire division specifically developed for the defence industry. This unique structural fire division has been developed to withstand hydrocarbon fire and shock.
Unlike other passive fire protection products, the RAN-30 system consists of panels mounted below the deckhead allowing easy access to the vessel structure. The RAN-30 system has been tested in accordance with the US Navy specification.
The installation / removal of panels in-service is achieved by quarter turn corner discs and removable cover strips and plates. The panels can be removed / replaced efficiently allowing easy, non-destructive, access to services and the vessel’s structure. The system has been shock tested in accordance with Mil-S-901D, providing excellent shock resistance characteristics and resulting in no degradation of the system’s fire performance. The RAN-30 system also allows for the installation of services such as sprinklers and light recesses construction.
CBG Systems are pleased to announce that our product range has expanded to include Moonraker products. Moonraker is an Australian company which designs, manufactures and supplies complex antenna systems.
CBG Systems is pleased to announce that it has secured a contract to retrofit the entire vehicle deck of three vessels owned and operated by Fred Olsen, S.A. in the Canary Island.
CBG Systems (CBG) has secured a contract with Fincantieri, one of Europe's leading shipbuilding companies, to upgrade vessel HIGHSPEED 5's structural fire protection (SFP) with CBG's state of the art lightweight panelised SFP systems.
CBG Systems has secured a contract with ASC AWD Shipbuilding Pty Ltd for the supply of specific marine insulation for the Australian Warfare destroyer (AWD).
After six months of intense work, CBG Systems completed the supply and installation of Rapid access stainless and Rapid Access composite on-board Incat Hull 068 (Akane) engine rooms and vehicle deck.
CBG Systems is pleased to announce that three of its leading lightweight structural fire protection products: Rapid Access Composite (RAC), Rapid Access Stainless (RAS) and Lightweight Stainless (LWS) have obtained Japanese Government (JG) approval.
CBG Systems is proud to announce in addition to its ongoing contracts for the JHSV platform it has now secured a contract for the insulation of the flight deck of the next 7 JHSV vessels (Hulls 633 to 639).
CBG Systems has successfully secured a contract for the supply of structural fire protection (SFP) for five additional JHSV vessels built by Austal USA in Mobile, Alabama.
CBG Systems a world leader in panelised structural fire protection has recently launched the most innovative structural fire protection system against hydrocarbon fire and shock.