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“a ship ef? ciency killer” due to deterio- ing point for the work based on an ISO ration in this performance between dry- standard (ISO 19030) that will make it dockings. This deterioration currently possible to determine dry-docking per- accounts for about 10 percent of world formance and in-service performance, ? eet fuel costs and greenhouse gas emis- thereby triggering ad hoc maintenance sions. “The choice of antifouling coating and determining the effect of such main- is a major factor,” he stated, “so what tenance. The target for publication of the technology is best to choose? There are full standard is June of this year with many confusing claims on performance, submission to the ISO Central Secre- and ship operators need to know what to tariat in October.
measure, how to measure it, and what to “A commonly agreed-upon method compare it with.” for measuring performance will allow
In a prime example of how to ‘disrupt learning from the past to make better from within’ Kjølberg showed how, with decisions for tomorrow”, Kjølberg con- the company’s Hull Performance Solu- cluded.
tions paint technology, Jotun had “made it our business to deliver measurable performance – not just paint. This means For further information on the compa- measurability, accountability, and deliv- nies featured in this article visit the fol- ery.” lowing websites:
Performance monitoring of Jotun’s an- www.nor-shipping.com tifoulants is based on measuring chang- www.eagle.org es in power required to move the ship www.abb.com through water at a given speed, these be- www.wartsila.com (Photo: ©SusanneHakuba) ing due to changes in the condition of the www.jotun.com
Birgit Marie Liodden, Director of Nor-Shipping, chairing the IMMEDIASEA Disrup- underwater hull and propeller. The focus tive Sustainability debate held in London in February.
is on long-term changes with the start-
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