To help customers manage the challenge of keeping crews updated and trained in ballast water treatment compliance, Alfa Laval is launching a new computer training tool.
The Grimaldi Group has signed up to a five vessel Alfa Laval PureSOx scrubber connectivity deal in order to give it greater insight into its emissions monitoring.
Alfa Laval has signed fleet agreements with both a Polish and Swiss operator for the supply of its third-generation ballast water treatment technology.
Alfa Laval’s new AQUA Blue S-type freshwater generator claims to cut power consumption by almost 70% saving operators both cost and efficiency.
Alfa Laval’s Automatic Fuel Efficiency Module (AFEM) has a new modification for reducing the fuel consumption of Alfa Laval Smit Combustion inert gas systems.
Following successful concept testing on board the crude oil tanker, Stena Suède, the latest Alfa Laval hydraulic control oil (HCO) filter is ready for validation tests.
Petrofac’s new derrick lay vessel JSD600 will host waste fuel recovery, bilge water treatment and ballast water treatment systems from Alfa Laval when it begins operations in 2017.
MAN Diesel & Turbo has approved Alfa Laval to supply its PureNOx water treatment for use with MAN’s exhaust gas recirculation (EGR) scrubber, making Alfa the first company to receive such approval.
Alfa Laval is to install the tenth PureSOx exhaust gas cleaning system for returning Italian customer, the Grimaldi Group.
Alfa Laval is expanding its LNG offering with a patent license agreement with Daewoo Shipbuilding and Marine Engineering (DSME) for the use of DSME’s patents on high pressure fuel gas supply systems.
Alfa Laval has secured the first class approvals from Lloyds Register for its PureSOx scrubber system installed onboard the DFDS Petunia and Primula Seaways.
Alfa Laval’s AQUA Blue freshwater generator is now available in a stronger configuration that withstands considerably higher jacket water pressures.
At the recent SMM exhibition in Hamburg, Alfa Laval launched the latest generation of its PureSOx scrubber technology, known as PureSOx 2.0.
Alfa Laval and MAN Diesel & Turbo have been jointly developing a system that adds waste heat recovery to exhaust gas recirculation, effectively permitting fuel saving and TierIII NOx compliance at the same time – previously, reducing NOx meant a fuel consumption penalty.
MAN Diesel and Turbo’s Exhaust Gas Recirculation (EGR) solution, being developed with support from Alfa Laval, is proving successful onboard two AP Moller-Maersk vessels.
In a bid to reduce its environmental impact and comply with new upcoming stringent SOx emissions regulations, Finnlines has ordered a range of exhaust gas cleaning systems.
Alfa Laval recently formally inaugurated its new Test and Training Centre in Aalborg, Denmark, on site of the former Aalborg shipyard.
Operations have started at the Alfa Laval Test & Training Centre in Aalborg, Denmark, which the company says is the beginning of a new era for marine R&D.
Alfa Laval is to supply its new waste fuel recovery system for 40 vessels as part of a SEK 40m (US$6.1m) order from a leading global carrier.
Alfa Laval has confirmed that it has received orders for eight further shipsets of PureSOx exhaust gas scrubber equipment from Danish shipping company DFDS.
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