The Caprinus R Technical Bulletin

  • Caprinus R Oil 40, Shell's medium viscosity index (MVI) lubricant for medium-speed diesel engines, is now an API CD quality oil for marine diesel engines.

    This means Caprinus R Oil 40 meets the performance requirements of Cummins and Caterpillar marine diesels—both frequently used as auxiliary engines aboard shallow-draft vessels.

    One-oil purchasing convenience is now possible, thanks to the API CD designation, states a Shell spokesman. It is also believed that chances of mislubrication will be reduced because of the broader field of application of Caprinus R Oil 40.

    Caprinus R Oil 40 is a high alkalinity oil, approved as a Superior Class II oil by General Electric Company and recognized as "Satisfactory for General Use" by EMD (Electro-Motive Division of General Motors Corporation).

    For complete free literature of Shell Caprinus® R Oil 40, Write 28 on Reader Service Card

  • announced availability of a new, 14-page technical bulletin introducing its "Intersmooth SPC Family of Self Polishing Copolymer Antifoulings," which the company reports "cut fuel costs an average 12 percent yearly." The bulletin documents Intersmooth SPC performance on over 400 vessels—ranging from

  • , Inc., Elizabeth, N.J., a leading manufacturer of pipeline strainers, has published a new technical bulletin on strainer baskets and screens. Entitled "The Heart of a Hayward Strainer is the Basket or Screen," this 8-page bulletin will assist engineers and end users in selecting the best strainer and

  • A free 12-page technical bulletin on the "Fluid Resistance of Santoprene ®" is being offered by the Monsanto Co. of St. Louis, Mo. Santoprene thermoplastic is a family of advanced elastomers that successfully combines performance characteristics of vulcanized rubber, such as heat resistance and low

  • Baldt Incorporated has announced the immediate availability of a four-page, two-color "Engineering Innovations" technical bulletin (#002) that details the Baldt Moor-Free Rapid Release System. This sophisticated computer assisted system allows rig operators to safely free a vessel from its moorings

  • A good turnout of 71 guests and members was experienced for the February meeting of the San Diego Section of The Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers. An introduction and general announcements followed the dinner. Bill Bascom announced that there will again be an Advanced Marine Vehicle

  • is offering a new technical bulletin titled "User's Guide to Diesel Fuel Additives." This bulletin helps identify fuel problems and discusses the use of chemical additives as possible solutions. Ferrous notes that no one additive will cure every problem, therefore one must identify the problem and

  • hours exceeding 175 million. Chockfast Orange, manufactured by Philadelphia Resins Corporation, Montgomeryville, Pa., and available throughout the world from factory-trained, certified representatives, is approved by Lloyd's Register of Shipping— for operation at temperatures to 80 C (176

  • To obtain the necessary improvements that will ensure the commer cial success of the newest generation of high-output engines, additives must be used in lubricants. And although the use of additives in internal combustion engine lubricating oils is nothing new, having begun over 70 years ago,

  • The trend toward upgrading output and efficiency of marine diesel engines, as well as improving their ability to burn heavy residual fuels with high sulfur content, has placed increasing demands on the petroleum industry to improve their products. The oil producers have responded by offering new and

  • Baldt Incorporated, Chester, Pa., has announced the availability of a six-page, full-color brochure, Bulletin 100, that details the Moor-Free Rapid Release System. This innovative computer-assisted system allows offshore rig operators to safely free a vessel from its moorings four times faster than

  • —Literature Available Baldt Incorporated of Chester, Pa., recently introduced the second generation MOOR-FREE™ II rapid release system, the latest in a series of developments that allow rig operators to free a vessel from its moorings instantaneously. Significant improvements were implemented into

  • MR Jan-20#39  FANBERG, PRESIDENT, GLOSTEN
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    January 2020 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 39

    INTERVIEW MORGAN FANBERG, PRESIDENT, GLOSTEN “The focus on electric propulsion systems and propulsion systems integration has really taken on a life of its own.” It’s Electric. Left: The Gee’s Bend Ferry. Right: The elec- tric passenger/vehicle ferry for Washington’s Skagit County. Photos:

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    January 2020 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 26

    Legal Beat Following notice of a major marine casualty, the NTSB’s roadmap for other governmental agencies and/or litigants to investigation team – called the “Go Team” – begins its in- independently build a legal case of who is at fault and why, vestigation. Depending on the severity and or technical

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    which, under optimal circumstances, The Author would have prevented the incident. And, yes, it is not alcoholism that van Hemmen drove this disaster bus, it was a se- Rik van Hemmen is the President of Martin & Ottaway, a quence of operational screw-ups. There marine consulting ? rm that specializes in

  • MR Jan-20#20 Back to the Drawing Board
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    January 2020 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 20

    Back to the Drawing Board Marine Casualties Alcohol is NOT the Probable Cause irst some disclosures. I have worked with (MAB-19/30) on an incident that occurred in Guam. I (or my the National Transportation Safety Board company) had no involvement in that matter, but since it was on a number of occasions.

  • MR Jan-20#19 latory regime.  Speed through the water cannot be accurate-
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    latory regime. Speed through the water cannot be accurate- ly checked, but is closely related to emissions. Speed over the ground can be checked, but is less closely related to emissions than speed through the water. Average speed can be measured, but is even less closely related to emissions.

  • MR Jan-20#18 The Path to Zero
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    January 2020 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 18

    The Path to Zero Copyright: Norman Chan/AdobeStock Slow Down Emission Reduction & Slow Steaming: The voluntary v. regulatory approach erchant ships traditionally operate in the the board, including greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions; emis- open sea at or near full speed. This is hard sion of air pollutants

  • MR Jan-20#14  Wind
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    January 2020 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 14

    O? shore Wind Q&A: Matt Tremblay, ABS The Domino Effect The next hot growth market is offshore wind; Is the U.S. marine industry ready to meet demand? he American Bureau of Shipping convened a conference to discuss the pace and direction of the U.S. offshore wind market, including challenges and opportuni

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    January 2020 - Marine News page: 44

    ech file T “The grain industry is facing challenges on multiple fronts. This year, grain barges were stalled for weeks by ? ooding on the Mississippi river … Compounding the issue, many of these barges were held even longer due to the trade dispute with China. There is no way to know what is happening

  • MN Jan-20#38  80% practi-
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    January 2020 - Marine News page: 38

    OFFSHORE WIND ? ve modules and is intended to be about 80% practi- cal training with the balance in a classroom. That, says Burns, lends itself well to the assessment-based training that the school already imbeds into its curriculum. And, while this training regimen has nothing formally to do with

  • MP Q4-19#44  Konecranes
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    Nov/Dec 2019 - Maritime Logistics Professional page: 44

    PORT AUTOMATION CREDIT: Konecranes Teleoperation: As the pressures mount to improve effciencies, safety and a port’s environmental footprint, the means to make all of that happen are already within reach. And, contrary to what organized labor might think, it’s not about reducing headcounts. By Amit

  • MP Q4-19#42  a two-layer system, where the physical 
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    MARINE FUELS …by combining physical and digital information, it’s possible to create a two-layer system, where the physical and digital streams of information reinforce one another.” work with port authorities to start creating automatic reporting Available Now using our application. BunkerTrace successfu

  • MP Q4-19#39  deadline next year, when all of the systems need to be certifed)
    Nov/Dec 2019 - Maritime Logistics Professional page: 39

    BALLAST WATER TREATMENT to be viable candidates. deadline next year, when all of the systems need to be certifed Around 45,000 vessels above 2,000 dwt are currently without to the new mandatory code. a BWMS that complies with the new regulation, industry data indicates. About 25% of those ships are

  • MP Q4-19#18  Whitford 
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    Nov/Dec 2019 - Maritime Logistics Professional page: 18

    ENVIRONMENTAL REVIEW Avoiding a Wrong Turn to IMO Compliance By Simon Whitford Machine learning is the clever part of this story but accessing vessel data is also important. Equipping vessels with ioT sensors/dataloggers has become a cheap, straightforward business which does not require vessel

  • MP Q4-19#12  and owners to determine the most economical speed )
    Nov/Dec 2019 - Maritime Logistics Professional page: 12

    PROPULSION operators and owners to determine the most economical speed collaboration with the relevant engine or scrubber manufacturers, against the best fuel consumption for any particular vessel. as well as providing supervision of installations and fuel system There is an obvious need to pay close

  • MP Q4-19#11 .
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    Nov/Dec 2019 - Maritime Logistics Professional page: 11

    what marine vessel owners and operators can do to ensure diesel engines are as prepared as possible for IMO Sulphur 2020. Fuel Oils al specifcation for their plungers As 2020 rapidly approaches, very low and ultra-low sulphur and often use a diamond-like HFO availability has long been a concern, but

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  • MN Dec-19#58 INNOVATIVE PRODUCTS: the Best of 2019
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    December 2019 - Marine News page: 58

    INNOVATIVE PRODUCTS: the Best of 2019 Mercury Marine NVH Technical Center Mercury Marine’s state-of-the-art NVH (Noise, Vibration, Harshness) Technical Center gives the company the largest and most expansive testing facility in the marine industry. NVH is the engineering practice of study- MTU

  • MR Dec-19#39 ?  t and, of course, that does the job,” 
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    December 2019 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 39

    Kystruten for retro? tting. “We will deliver a system that is safe, that takes up little space, that is easy to retro? t and, of course, that does the job,” said Osnes. The development of the hydrogen system is part of a PilotE project in which the Havyard companies and the research institutions

  • MR Dec-19#38  Dredger
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    December 2019 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 38

    T TECH FILES Autonomous Underwater Dredger Prototype for Hydroge s the maritime industry steams toward dras- tic emission reductions, with the holy grail of decarbonization looming far in the future, Ait is generally agreed that advances solutions will come through collaboration To that end, maritime

  • MR Dec-19#34  Atair: A (new) Star is Born
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    December 2019 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 34

    GREAT SHIPS OF 2019 RV Atair: A (new) Star is Born The new research vessel received its While it is a medium-sized research tally friendly natural gas or diesel fuel. quirements for the “Blue Angel” eco- name on the occasion of its traditional vessels, it is the largest ship in the BSH In addition

  • MR Dec-19#30 ?  cation’. For example, the 
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    December 2019 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 30

    GREAT SHIPS OF 2019 A METHANOL FUTURE “Our experience to date has led to what I think is best termed ‘simpli? cation’. For example, the piping arrangements. In the ? rst- generation engines, there were a lot more pipes than you see on your standard engine. In the sec- ond-generation engines, this

  • MR Dec-19#25  Police
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    December 2019 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 25

    GREAT SHIPS OF 2019 ©Pospiech Potsdam: German Federal Police On December 14, 2018, the ? rst of continuing its journey. ment, such as a marine radio, a radio for phase motor is used in this speci? c case, three new police mission ships was The diesel-electric propulsion system BOS, a chart plotter