SCI in New Partnership with Enginei EFMS

Maritime Activity Reports, Inc.

June 21, 2019

Photo: Royston

Photo: Royston

Growing maritime sector use of electronic fuel management systems (EFMS) has prompted diesel power engineering specialist Royston to appoint a new US-based distributor for its advanced enginei technology.

Standard Calibrations Inc. (SCI), a specialist measurement science company with extensive marine industry involvement, will now provide sales, installation and technical service support for the enginei EFMS across the USA.

SCI, with a head office in Chesapeake, Virginia, has nearly 30 years’ experience in maritime instrumentation systems and applications, including involvement in the repair of shipboard monitoring and control systems and fuel system upgrades on all types of vessels.

In particular, SCI has extensive specialist expertise in flowmeter technology, including the installation and servicing of fuel flow meters to monitor main on-board fuel consumption.

Royston’s enginei EFMS system uses Coriolis flowmeters and sensors alongside advanced algorithms to accurately monitor the fuel being consumed by each of a vessel’s engines, which is tracked against GPS data, environmental conditions and operational mode.

As an integral part of the system, powerful data collection software utilizes a broad range of fuel, engine performance and voyage data to be made available via for crucial fuel analysis, emissions control and performance optimization decisions.

The enginei integrated fuel management system is compatible with all vessel and marine engine types and can be interfaced with new-build engine installations or retrofitted to operational vessels.

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