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UL508A, UL698A, & UL913 Certified Industrial Control Panel Shop

Fusion Marine is a UL 508A, UL 698A, and UL 913 certified industrial panel shop – providing electrical control system drawings, design and custom panel builds for commercial maritime vessels and various applications. Located in key maritime ports around the globe, our highly qualified technicians draft, build, program and support PLC based control panels for use in a variety of applications and working environments – to ensure safe and reliable connectivity and power management.

Panel Shop Capabilities

Fusion Marine’s master electricians build safe and organized electrical panels to power various industrial applications including motor controllers, switches, relays and auxiliary devices. Our panel shop capabilities include:

  • PLC (Programmable Logic Controller) and PC based control systems
  • System planning & evaluation
  • Complete turnkey solutions
  • Component specification & integration
  • Custom programming & assembly
  • Live system testing
  • Cost effective control panels = fast ROI

Custom UL Listed Industrial Control Panels

From concept through to testing, Fusion Marine provides end-to-end services including design, assembly, and programming of UL certified industrial control panels:

  • Fan and pump control panels
  • Automation control panels
  • Explosion proof, hazardous location & intrinsically safe control panels
  • Motor control panel
  • HVAC and refrigeration panels
  • Compressor panels
  • Auger & conveyor control panels
  • Junction and tie-in panels
  • And more

Case Study: F/V Naknek Spirit Undergoes Critical Panel Repairs

F/V Naknek Spirit is brought back to full health and continues hunting charter after large panel fire, following repairs carried out by Fusion Marine technicians. 

Naknek Spirit comfortably houses six people and provides a group with everything needed for a successful hunting charter. The vessel was on charter in remote Alaska, with a group of paying customers, when a large panel fire occurred. The crew and passengers were safe, however, critical systems onboard sustained extensive smoke and fire damage, and Naknek Spirit was no longer operational.

To continue their hunting charter the crew required the expertise and help to, once again, set sail…