A German specialist in cylinder pressure sensors and combustion monitoring systems is to launch a new engine analyser which promises to offer increased engine diagnosis.
Germany-headquartered IMES has developed a two-stroke combustion sensor for continuous cylinder pressure measurement on two-stroke marine diesel engines.
IMES is to reveal a new version of its electronic indicator EPM-XP at this year’s SMM exhibition, featuring a vibration sensor to detect abnormal combustion and valve leaks.
Cylinder pressure sensor specialist IMES has launched a new electronic pressure indicator designed to measure peak pressure and calculate engine speed on fourt-stroke engines.
German cylinder pressure sensor company IMES says it has developed a new generation of cylinder pressure sensor based on thin film technology.
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.
German cylinder pressure measurement company IMES has announced that a further major engine builder has opted for its EPM-XP hand-held electronic engine indicator in place of traditional mechanical devices.
David Tinsley looks at current developments in machinery control and monitoring, starting with monitoring condition.
German company IMES reports that its type HTT-04CA pressure sensor has received type approval certificates from class societies DNV, BV, ABS and GL for use in marine engine applications.