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Danfoss Marine Parts Now Available Online

EMP2 Series

New Peerless/ Danfoss website offers marine pressure transmitters, pressure and temperature switches from stock. Peerless Electronics, an authorized stocking distributor for Danfoss announced that these fine Danfoss Marine products can now be found on a new online store. Peerless is featuring and stocking four families of Danfoss products for demanding marine applications: 1. The MBS 5100 Series Block Pressure Transmitter. This is a high accuracy marine approved block designed pressure transmitter MBS 5100 for use in harsh maritime environments where space is a constraint; 0-400 bar range, 4-20mA output.  Ship approved according to marine approvals: LR, DNV, GL, RINA, ABS, BV, NKK, PRS, MRS, and KRS. 2. The EMP2 Series Box Type Pressure Transmitter.  This robustly constructed box pressure transmitter EMP 2 has ship approvals for use in marine and heavy industrial applications.  Carries marine approvals: LR, DNV, GL, RINA, ABS, BV, NKK, PRS, MRS, KRS; 0-4 bar; G 1/2; 4 to 20 mA. 3. The KPS Pressure & Temperature Switches. The robust KPS pressure and temperature switch series offers a high level of enclosure (IP67) and resistance to shock and vibration; pressure ranges up to 60 bar and temperature ranges -10 to 200C; available with all relevant land and marine approvals.


SOR Founder Roy R. Dunlap Passed Away Aged 90

Roy Dunlap: Photo credit SOR

Roy Dunlap invented a mechanical  pressure switch that prevented oil tanks from overflowing and founded SOR Inc. SOR® founder Roy Dunlap leveraged the static-o-ring (SOR) technology to invent a highly accurate mechanical pressure switch that helped prevent the overfilling of oil tanks. This simple but innovative design resulted in a switch of flawless accuracy that would change the oil & gas and power generation industries forever


Insurers Should Control Ship Classification System: Broker

Insurers should control the ship safety classification process in the light of weaknesses exposed by the Erika’s loss, a senior tanker broker said. Insurance companies should hold the mandate over who inspected vessels’ structural conditions and passed them as safe, an official at Marinav Shipping and Trading said. Since insurers pay out the claim, it is therefore in their best interest to ensure that the vessel is maintained so that risk is minimized, the broker said.


The Switch Acquires Wärtsilä Drives’ Products

The Switch Marine Photo Yaskawa company

The Switch, a technology specialist of advanced drive trains, announced its acquisition of Wärtsilä’s marine drives business that encompasses specialized megawatt-class power drives targeting marine applications. The Yaskawa-backed investment gives The Switch a stronger foothold in its growing marine business area. Together, The Switch and the Norway-based marine drives business aim to benefit from a number of inherent added-value synergies


Wärtsilä's Dual-Fuel Engine Power Module for FPSO Upgrade

Wärtsilä Corporation has supplied a 5,800 kW Power Module to Bergesen d.y. Offshore AS, Norway, for installation on board the FPSO vessel Berge Hus. The Module, which is powered by a Wärtsilä 18V32DF dual-fuel engine, will burn produced gas. Currently being converted into an FPSO vessel from a VLCC tanker at the Jurong shipyard in Singapore, Berge Hus is destined for operation on the Ceiba oil field off Equatorial Guinea


Videotel Course Helps Cut ECAS Costs

Engine Maintenance low res.jpg

With high profile carriers agreeing to continue a voluntary low-sulphur fuel switch while at berth in Hong Kong, the issue of emission controls is once again in the headlines. Stepping into this arena, Videotel has launched a new training course, The Practical Management and Switching of Fuels, designed to ensure that switching to low sulphur fuel when operating in Emission Control Areas (ECAs) avoids the serious operational problems that at best impair a ships performance and at worst cause


Feature: The Corrosion Control Challenge

Last year Germanischer Lloyd and Mühlhan sponsored a Surface Protection Symposium in October in Lübeck, dealing with the topic of value retention in the shipping industry. The outcome was a lively exchange of ideas among shipowners, coating material manufacturers and surface protection experts. Up-to-date findings from research were discussed with the same vitality as problems from workaday practice. This report provides an overview of the events involved.


Preventing Loss of Propulsion After Fuel Switch to Low Sulfur Distillate Fuel

Capt. Jeff Cowan

The International Convention for the Prevention of Pollution from Ships (MARPOL) ANNEX VI Regulation 14 requires ships with Marine Compression-Ignition Engines at or Above 30 Liters per Cylinder use fuel with sulfur content less than 0.1%, after 01 January 2015 within the Baltic Sea area – as defined in Annex I of MARPOL, North Sea area – as defined in Annex V of MARPOL; within 200 miles of the North American area and when operating in the United States Caribbean Sea area –


Wells Marine Launches Battery Management System

space-saving flat panel model of Total Automatic Battery Management System

The Boat Builders Labor Saving Device – Custom Designs Available.     Battery management system manufacturer Wells Marine Technology has launched a space-saving flat panel model of its Total Automatic Battery Management System (T.A.B.S.) that can be configured easily for any single, twin or triple engine application and can also be custom-designed to builder model specifications. Wells T.A.B.S. connects battery chargers


The Switch Opens Headquarters in Helsinki

Photo: The Switch

The Switch, a supplier of megawatt-class electrical drives for wind energy, marine and industrial applications, has opened its new global headquarters in Helsinki. According to Jukka-Pekka Mäkinen, President and CEO of The Switch, the primary motivation behind the location change is to be located in the center of Helsinki, making meetings with partners, clients and suppliers more convenient. Mäkinen called the new office an investment in the company's future


Baltic Exchange Shareholders Approve Singapore Exchange Takeover

Baltic Exchange shareholders on Monday approved an 87 million pound ($112 million) takeover by Singapore Exchange for one of London's oldest institutions, in a deal that will give SGX access to the multi-billion-dollar freight derivatives market.


U.S. Shale Gas Shipment to Arrives in Britain

The first shipment of gas fracked from U.S. shale will arrive in Britain next week, upping pressure on Scotland to reassess its opposition to fracking.   Chemicals giant Ineos will be importing ethane, obtained from rocks fractured at high pressure


Kongsberg Refit Helps Old VLCC 'GoGreen'

AutoChief 600 features a new GoGreen function

Kongsberg Maritime has completed an extensive refit of a 21-year-old Main Engine, Remote Control System aboard a VLCC (Very Large Crude Carrier) during the vessel’s scheduled docking. The original Main Engine, Remote Control System installed at a newbuilding yard in Japan was de-commissioned


ASRY Reaches 100 Rig Milestone

Photo courtesy of ASRY

ASRY, a ship and rig repair yard in the Arabian Gulf, has welcomed its 100th rig repair job to the yard, as 2016 posts the highest number of rig repair contracts in the yards history. The project is on the high specification jack-up rig ‘Bob Palmer’


'Deepwater Horizon' Filmmakers Say Authenticity a Priority

Mark Wahlberg in Deepwater Horizon. Photograph: David Lee/Lionsgate

A top priority for a new movie about the deadly 2010 Gulf of Mexico oil spill was ensuring it accurately depicted the disaster that killed 11 workers, its director and main actor said.   "Deepwater Horizon", which had its world premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival


MAN Expands Low-Speed Portfolio

Traditional HCU, actuator and exhaust valve (right) contra the new Mark 10 platform’s TCEV/FBIV concept (left). As an example, a G95 Mk 10 type (that eventually will be added to the Mk 10 program) has been calculated as saving some 2 tonnes per cylinder in weight going from the traditional HCU setup to the TCEV/FBIV concept (Photo: MAN Diesel & Turbo)

MAN Diesel & Turbo has added three new engines to its large-bore engine program. The engines are weight-optimized, compared to their MK 9 counterparts, and form the new design platform for a new Mk 10 engine portfolio. Key to the new platform is the development of the TCEV (Top Controlled


AkzoNobel Launches Biocide-free Fouling Control Coating

Switching to more sustainable shipping has been made easier for ship owners and operators following the launch of Intersleek 1000, a new biocide-free fouling control coating developed by AkzoNobel’s Marine Coatings business.   Offering fuel and CO2 savings of up to 6 percent*


Tanker Market: Electrifying Demand

Graphic: Gibson tanker report

 Twenty years, the investment timeline to consider when ordering a new tanker, is a long time in any industry, not least in the rapidly evolving energy markets and the drive for cleaner fuels, says Gibson tanker report.   Whilst, the collapse in oil prices in recent years may have


CMA CGM Posts Loss in Q2

Photo: CMA CGM

 Ocean Carrier CMA CGM reported a net loss of $128 million for the second quarter of 2016, compared to a net gain of $156 million for the second quarter of 2015.       Its revenue declined to $3.5 billion ($3.3 billion excluding the contribution from Singapore’s Neptune


Steady Return to Growth for the Offshore MMO Sector

Photo by Krokstadelva, Norway

 Douglas-Westwood has launched its new World Offshore Maintenance Modifications and Operations Market Forecast 2017-2021 which forecasts a steady recovery from the recent oil price downturn with Modifications spend expected to improve significantly between 2017 and 2021.  


IMO Focus on Protecting Marine Biodiversity

Preparatory meeting, at UN Headquarters in New York. Photo: IMO

 A high-level meeting working on a legal instrument to protect marine biological diversity has heard how International Maritime Organization (IMO) International Maritime Organization (IMO) measures are effectively implemented on the high seas.  


MN100: Kohler Marine

(Photo: Kohler Marine)

The Company: Kohler Marine generators are produced in the United States and distributed globally. Kohler Marine sales as well as aftermarket sales and service activities are globally organized. Kohler’s USA, EMEA, Singapore, India, China


First Multi-stream DuPont Scrubbers Installed

 DuPont, through its subsidiary Belco Technologies Corporation (BELCO), is installing the first of its proprietary in-line, multi-engine marine scrubbers serving three auxiliary engines on two newbuild bulk carriers.   DuPont has submitted a patent application for this scrubber inlet


SK Shipping Selects 5X72DF for LNG Carriers

WinGD 5X72DF engine

Securing the position of its low-speed low-pressure X‑DF engines as market leaders, Winterthur Gas & Diesel (WinGD) has been selected to supply two 5-cylinder X72DF (5X72DF) engines for each of a pair of 180,000 m3 LNG carriers ordered by South Korean shipowner SK Shipping Co., Ltd (SK)


Alfa Laval Launches DuroShell LPG/E Cargo Condenser

DuroShell (Photo: Alfa Laval)

With the new Alfa Laval DuroShell plate-and-shell heat exchanger, Alfa Laval aims to strengthen its offering in LPG/E cargo reliquefaction with a construction that increases resistance to thermal and pressure fatigue.   Alfa Laval DuroShell is a specially engineered plate-and-shell heat






 
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