Equipment – Page 7

  • Frese’s new 6-way valve Photo: Frese

    World’s first 6-way dynamic valve launches


    Frese has combined its valve for 4-pipe systems with its PICV technology in one compact, all-in-one solution, providing simplified installation and operation as well as significant energy savings.

  • Mitsubishi’s engine after-treatment solution is IMO Tier III compliant Photo: MTEE

    MTEE unveils Tier III engine after-treatment


    Mitsubishi Turbocharger and Engine Europe (MTEE) has unveiled a new engine after-treatment solution to comply with IMO Tier III regulations.

  • Sigurd Jenssen, director of exhaust treatment at Wärtsilä Photo: Wärtsilä

    New scrubber research focuses on carbon capture


    Exhaust gas abatement systems have the potential to reduce maritime CO2 emissions according to new research.

  • KM is supplying a technology package for a new Keppel WITV Photo: Kongsberg Maritime

    KM to supply tech for Keppel WITV


    Kongsberg Maritime has signed a major contract with American shipbuilder Keppel AmFELS for the supply of its wind turbine installation vessel (WTIV) technology.

  • Damen’s portable BTWS will be used by customers in Africa, Asia and Latin America Photo: Damen

    Damen BWTS investment


    Climate Investor Two (CI2) has approved an investment to support the lease of Damen’s portable ballast water treatment solution to customers in Africa, Asia, and Latin America.

  • MacGregor will supply equipment for four new PCTCs Photo: MacGregor

    MacGregor to equip new NYK Line PCTCs


    MacGregor, part of Cargotec, has secured a new equipment order for four pure car truck carriers being built at the China Merchants Jinling Shipyard (Nanjing) for Nippon Yusen Kaisha (NYK Line).

  • Geislinger's GMS Mk 6 extends the scope of the monitoring system by adding a new cloud-based analytics platform (credit: Geislinger)

    New Geislinger GMS Mk6 adds digital services functionality


    Geislinger has launched a new Mark 6 version of its Geislinger Monitoring System, adding remote digital services functionality to the continuous monitoring and measuring system for large marine engines.

  • Ship Design & Engineering’s removable bow fitted to suitable pusher tug would allow it to take on icebreaking duties. Image: ILS

    Cinderella ‘shoe’ that turns a tug into an icebreaker


    Icebreakers are big, expensive beasts but they can be lazy, “sometimes only working three or four months of the year”, says Jyrki Lehtonen of ILS Ship Design & Engineering. It’s left people wondering if there’s not a more cost-effective answer.

  • Svanehøj has increased the pressure in its DW Fuel pump by 50% Photo: Svanehøj

    Svanehøj increases DW Fuel pump pressure


    Svanehøj is upgrading the pumping solutions for two new very large gas carriers being built at Hyundai Heavy Industries, including increasing the pressure in its DW Fuel pump by 50%.

  • RE's new electro-hydraulic governor is suitable for both genset and propulsion applications.

    New Regulateurs Europa electro-hydraulic engine governor


    Regulateurs Europa (RE), a subsidiary of engine and turbine management solution specialist Heinzmann, has announced the launch of a new electro-hydraulic engine governor. The new DG 2800.14 engine governor is suitable for diesel or dual fuel engines and steam turbines.

  • ANDRITZ is offering a barge-based scrubber solution Photo: ANDRITZ

    ANDRITZ barge scrubber suits any vessel


    ANDRITZ has extended its scrubber portfolio with a barge solution for vessels in port that reduces the level of SOx, NOx and ultrafine particulates in the exhaust gas regardless of the size of vessel or its engines.

  • New fuels have called for a lengthy research and development process: Woodward’s SOGAV250 and SOGAV65 on the testbench

    Stakeholders, materials and design: SOGAVs meet the multifaceted challenges of change


    With new developments come challenges for tried-and-trusted components. Rick Boom of Woodward talks to Stevie Knight.

  • The USCG expects contingency measures to be included in the BWM Plan to cover cases where the system is non-operational or fails. (credit: ABS)

    Ballast water management: practical implementation and regulatory insight


    Installation, operation and maintenance issues continue to be a challenge, but experience gained is helping operators make progress towards BWM compliance, writes William Burroughs, Senior Principal Engineer, ABS

  • Peter Sahlén noted Alfa Laval’s PureBallast UV-based system had received orders from LNG carriers on the basis of the system’s performance in cold, low salinity waters at higher latitudes (credit: Alfa Laval)

    Alfa Laval PureBallast's Peter Sahlén sees demand for transparency


    Peter Sahlén, Head of Alfa Laval PureBallast, takes the temperature of the ballast water treatment system market and sees the advantages of transparency.

  • Triumph Subsea Services’ new FDV will represent a major technological shift for the subsea construction market Photo: Kongsberg Maritime

    Kongsberg technology package for next gen FDV


    Kongsberg Maritime has signed a letter of intent with Brodosplit Shipyard and DIV Group in Croatia to deliver a large technology package for a next generation field development vessel (FDV) being built for Triumph Subsea Services, with an option for three more vessels of identical design.

  • Kongsberg Maritime transponder technology

    Pressure sensors for Kongsberg transponders


    Kongsberg Maritime has added internal pressure sensors to new models in its cNODE MiniS transponder range, providing essential positioning and depth data for subsea operations.

  • Liebherr is delivering 1,720mm diameter worm-driven slewing drive units for eConowind's Ventifoil solution.

    Liebherr delivers worm-driven slewing drive solution


    Swiss components and system solutions supplier Liebherr has extended its experience in developing components for cranes in the maritime sector to the emerging wind-assisted propulsion sector. It is supplying 1.7m diameter worm-driven slewing drive units to turn Dutch wind-assisted propulsion supplier eConowind''s Ventifoil solution.

  • OMEGA Compact

    World’s most compact 3-way control valve


    Frese has launched what it believes is the world’s most compact 3-way control valve for optimisation of temperature control in marine cooling systems.

  • SHI and HHI have chosen Svanehøj to deliver pumps for ten VLECs Photo: Svanehøj

    Svanehøj wins VLEC pump orders


    Danish pump manufacturer Svanehøj has secured orders worth more than US$7.5 million from Korean shipyards Samsung Heavy Industries (SHI) and Hyundai Heavy Industries (HHI).

  • Inge Bøen, CEO of Hydroniq Coolers Photo: Hydroniq Coolers

    Hydroniq Coolers teams up with SonFlow


    Hydroniq Coolers has entered into a strategic partnership agreement with Danish plate heat exchanger supplier SonFlow.