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Parker Kittiwake has launched an updated Digi TBN test kit, designed to provide a rapid indication of total base number (TBN) depletion in scrape down cylinder lubricants with a base number range up to 100.
Martin Lucas, business unit manager for Parker Kittiwake warns shipowners about the adverse effects water in oil can have on overall operational efficiency, and how these effects can easily be minimised.
The UK-based Kittiwake Group, which includes Kittiwake Developments, Kittiwake Procal and Kittiwake Holroyd, has been acquired by the Parker Hannifin Corporation.
Just a few years ago, real-time system monitoring was only used by a few, technically advanced ship operators but, increasingly, intelligent data management systems are rapidly turning it into a practical and accessible tool for compliance and performance monitoring, writes Wendy Laursen.
Martin Lucas, managing director, Kittiwake, asks how shipowners will know the true level of pollution from their vessel exhausts, as the stricter sulphur limits in emission control areas are now less than three years away.
Kittiwake Holroyd is launching a new hand-held bearing checker instrument, designed to give confirmation that a bearing is properly lubricated.
Chris Daw, managing director of Kittiwake Procal, explains the importance of in-situ continuous emissions monitoring in ensuring regulatory compliance and improved operational performance.
Kittiwake Developments has announced what it describes as a “significant cost reduction and payment plan” for its LinerSCAN online sensors designed to safeguard engine cylinder liners.
UK company Kittiwake Developments has announced the acquisition of Holroyd Instruments, a manufacturer of acoustic emission technology, which Kittiwake says will strengthen its presence in condition monitoring.
Under scrutiny from regulatory, legislative and environmental bodies, as well as consumer groups, the pressure remains on the shipping industry to address the continuing challenge of delivering against fuel emission regulations. Martin Lucas, managing director, Kittiwake Developments, looks at the impact of this challenge on onboard fuel systems.
Kittiwake Developments has announced the appointment of Dr Steve Dye as its first dedicated business development manager.
UK company Kittiwake Developments has recently launched ThrusterSCAN, a new addition to the company’s line of asset protection technology, aimed at the offshore market.
Kittiwake Developments has announced that it has acquired UK company Procal, a manufacturer of in-situ, multi component continuous emissions monitoring systems (CEMS).
Kittiwake Developments has appointed Peter Pilon as CEO of the company’s US operations. The company says that its new US CEO and relocation to Houston demonstrates renewed focus on its ‘core’ markets.
Kittiwake Developments has opened an international office in New Delhi, India. Headed by managing director Deepak Sharma formerly Kittiwake’s Indian distributor, the new office will trade as Kittiwake Proactive Technologies.
Kittiwake Development has launched a new, independent marine oil test service, developed specifically with the needs of the marine industry in mind.
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