Orders Increase For Marine Dosage Systems

Press Release
Thursday, May 26, 2011
Fuglesangs Ltd AS in Norway has seen an increase in demand for their dosage systems used on seagoing vessels.

These systems are used by world-leading system builders (OEMs) and shipowners for several purposes, including ballast water treatment, fresh water treatment, exhaust gas cleaning, low sulphur fuel oil boosting and other. Various systems have been supplied to more than 20 ships and the orderbook is steadily increasing.

The systems are designed for simple maintenance and ease of use, they are set up for local and remote operation and include storage tank, dosage pump, level switches, valves, alarms and miscellaneous other options, depending on the application. The units can be supplied according to class society/ATEX/EX regulations and range in capacity from one to several thousand liters per hour, and from one to more than one-hundred bar pressure.

 

Source: Nor Shipping


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