Equipment – Page 9

  • A Calnetix/MHI jacket water ORC was fitted to Arnold Maersk (Credit: Alfvan Beem/CC1.0)
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    ORC INSTALLATION ECONOMICS DEPEND ON COMPONENT TRADE-OFFS

    2020-11-27T10:36:00Z

    While the payback period for Organic Rankine Cycle (ORC) systems can be below 10 years, the size of key components heavily influences the economics for smaller vessels, such as OSVs and container feeders.

  • CFD calculations are used to ensure the optimal design of energy saving devices (ESD) based on vessels' individual hull form data.
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    MITSUI E&S APPLIES LATEST ECO-SHIP TECHNOLOGY TO EXISTING SHIPS

    2020-11-23T10:53:00Z

    Mitsui E&S Shipbuilding and Mitsui E&S Machinery have initiated a service to improve the propulsion efficiency of older vessels using the technological advances applied to their latest “neo series” of environmentally friendly newbuildings.

  • MacGregor has delivered a riser pull-in system to the world’s first deepwater semi-submersible production platform with condensate storage facilities Photo: MacGregor
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    MacGregor delivers riser pull-in system

    2020-11-20T11:13:00Z

    A ceremony has been held to mark the successful delivery of a riser pull-in system for the world''s first world’s first deepwater semi-submersible production platform with condensate storage facilities.

  • Sameer Kalra, President, Alfa Laval Marine Division
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    Alfa Laval PureCool extends Alfa Laval's range of environmental solutions

    2020-11-18T16:48:00Z

    Alfa Laval has introduced a new system for reducing marine emissions within Alfa Laval’s Pure Thinking portfolio. Targeting methane slip from LNG engines, the Alfa Laval PureCool system continues a leadership journey of nearly two decades. At the same time, it points the way forward into a new era of ...

  • The shop test of HHI-EMD's new Direct On shaft generator was observed by representatives from SK Shipping and classification society DNV GL.
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    HHI announces successful test of 1.3MW Direct On shaft generator

    2020-11-17T19:13:00Z

    HHI-EMD (Hyundai’s Engine Machinery Division) announced the completion of a demonstration test for a new Direct On shaft generator on 5 November.

  • Norwegian Greentech’s ballast water treatment system
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    Wilson inks BWMS fleet deal with Norwegian Greentech

    2020-11-13T11:56:00Z

    Norway-based ship owner company Wilson ASA has signed an agreement to retrofit its fleet of vessels with Norway-based Norwegian Greentech AS’s UV and filtration ballast water management system (BWMS).

  • The ‘Tycho Brahe’ and ‘Aurora’ are the first ro-ro ferries to be fitted with ThorPlas-Blue bearings Photo: Thordon Bearings
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    Thordon fits second ro-ro with ThorPlas-Blue

    2020-11-13T11:29:00Z

    Thordon Bearings is to retrofit its grease-free ThorPlas-Blue bearings to one of the world’s most environmentally friendly ships at its next scheduled drydocking.

  • LNG Bunkering Barge currently under construction at Fincantieri Bay Shipbuilding (credit: MacGregor)
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    MacGregor wins first LNG bunker barge hose handling crane order

    2020-11-11T19:11:00Z

    MacGregor, part of Cargotec, has received an order from Fincantieri Bay Shipbuilding in Wisconsin, USA to supply two fixed boom cranes that will handle the hoses on a new 5,400m3 LNG bunker barge currently under construction.

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    Svanehøj VLEC pump systems order

    2020-11-11T15:58:00Z

    Svanehøj has secured a pump systems order for two very large ethane carriers (VLEC) as it expands its range for the VLEC segment in the form of longer pumps with a larger capacity that can work efficiently at temperatures as low as -104°C.

  • Wärtsilä is supplying a technology package to Fincantieri Photo: Wärtsilä
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    Wärtsilä strengthens cruise sector position

    2020-11-04T10:56:00Z

    Wärtsilä is working with shipbuilder Fincantieri for the supply of a broad range of solutions to be installed in a number of cruise ships currently being built by the Italian yard.

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    2020-11-03T10:36:00Z Sponsored by

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  • William Hackett identified its heat-treated Grade 8 master link (pictured) as a potential solution to the challenges posed by HE to higher grades of steel (credit: William Hackett)
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    Technical guide to hydrogen embrittlement in topside and subsea lifts

    2020-10-30T17:12:00Z

    William Hackett, the offshore lifting hoists and chains specialist, has released an industry report to raise awareness about the risk of Hydrogen Embrittlement (HE) and Stress Induced Corrosion Cracking (SICC). The report is intended to help offshore operators minimise the risks associated with HE and SICC, and includes guidance on ...

  • Rendering of the OPV-45 (picture courtesy Israel Shipyards)
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    Propulsion package for Israel Shipyards OPV-45 order

    2020-10-29T18:27:00Z

    Israel Shipyards has awarded MAN Energy Solutions the contract to supply complete propulsion packages for two OPV-45 offshore patrol vessels under construction in Haifa. The packages include 2 x MAN 16V175D-MM engines for each vessel.

  • Volvo Penta is supplying Volvo Penta D13 gensets to Turkish boat builder Sefine Shipyard to provide back-up power for pure-electric passenger ferries. (credit: Volvo Penta)
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    Genset order for Norwegian pure-electric ferries

    2020-10-28T18:30:00Z

    Volvo Penta has won an order to supply the gensets for a series of five pure-electric passenger ferry newbuildings ordered by Norwegian operator Boreal, to be built at Sefine Shipyard in Turkey.

  • Vestdavit has been awarded the contract to supply fast rescue boat davit systems for six specialised patrol vessels for the French Navy
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    Davit system contract to supply six French Navy vessels awarded

    2020-10-28T17:41:00Z

    Vestdavit has been awarded a contract with shipbuilder Socarenam to supply fast rescue boat davit systems for six patrouilleurs d’outre-mer (POM) vessels for the French Navy.

  • The ‘Green Jade’ will use ORC technology to convert waste heat to power Photo: Orcan Energy
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    Efficiency PACKS for installation vessel

    2020-10-28T12:30:00Z

    CleanTech company, Orcan Energy, has signed a contract with CDWE for the supply of eight efficiency PACKs for the recovery of waste heat on board a vast floating offshore installation vessel.

  • The JSS will be equipped with an Evac ICCP system Photo: Evac
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    RCN uses Evac corrosion protection system

    2020-10-28T12:26:00Z

    The first of two joint support ships to be built for the Royal Canadian Navy will be installed with an Evac impressed current cathodic protection (ICCP) system to safeguard its hull against corrosion.

  • Wärtsilä has won a repeat order from Hyundai Heavy Industries for its gas handling systems for VLECs (credit: Wärtsilä)
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    Wärtsilä awarded cargo handling contract for HHI VLECs

    2020-10-26T15:47:00Z

    Technology group Wärtsilä has won the contract to supply a cargo handling system and fuel supply system package for two 98,000cbm Very Large Ethane Carriers (VLEC) at Hyundai Heavy Industries.

  • USCG type approval for Techcross’s BWMS includes its obsolescent ECS-A Photo: Techcross
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    USCG approval for world’s first BWMS

    2020-10-26T13:06:00Z

    ECS-A, the first ballast water management system model of Techcross and indeed the global BWMS industry, has been awarded United States Coastguard (USCG) type approval.

  • Optimarin’s BWTS meets new IMO criteria Photo: Optimarin
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    Optimarin BWTS meets new IMO rules

    2020-10-26T11:30:00Z

    Optimarin has confirmed receipt of a revised International Maritime Organisation G8 certificate for its ballast water treatment technology.