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  • Clean Marine was selected by Hyundai Heavy Industries to supply exhaust gas cleaning systems (EGCS) for a Very Large Gas Carrier (VLGC) being built for Dorian LPG Ltd. Clean Marine has developed an EGCS based on the Advanced Vortex Chamber technology that provides unique particulate matter trapping efficiency. The system’s integrated fan and gas recirculation technology also allows the one EGCS unit to simultaneously serve several combustion units. The system supplied to Dorian LPG is a hybrid system that allows the vessel to operate seamlessly in all types of water (including low alkaline and saline water) without loss of efficiency.
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    (As published in the January 2014 edition of Maritime Reporter & Engineering News - www.marinelink.com)

  • two 38,000 dwt. Chemical Tankers being built for Stolt Tankers and NYK Stolt Tankers.  Clean Marine has developed an EGCS based on the Advanced Vortex Chamber technology that provides unique cleaning efficiency. The system’s integrated fan and gas recirculation technology allows the one EGCS unit to simultaneously

  • W: www.cm-labs.com/energy-offshore    CEO/President: Robert Weldon    No. of Employees: 135    Annual Sales: $7.5m CM Labs is the developer of Vortex, a simulation platform that simulates the dynamics of virtual cranes, equipment, ROVs, AUVs, vessels, robotics, cable systems, tethers, and sonar.

  • the dredge as a custom made system.  The pump will be available to rent exclusively from Ashtead Technology through an agreement with the manufacturer, Vortex International. Under its exclusive rental agreement with Vortex, Ashtead Technology also supplies a wide range of powerful dredge pumps, cutters, hoes

  • Bailey Controls has installed a new flow calibration laboratory for its lines of vortex and mass flowmeters. The fully automated facility is located at the company's manufacturing center in Wickliffe, Ohio. It uses Bailey Network 90® process control system technology to calibrate meters to an

  • Cap Fins (PBCF) are said to show significant economic features for all vessels. To date, research for improving propeller efficiency due to vortexes in the slipstream of the propeller has concentrated on the loss of efficiency due to the propeller tip vortex. There have been many designs and

  • Software analysis and vortex-induced vibration (VIV) for access in extreme conditions   The ability of advanced software analysis capabilities to produce high performance, robust and dependable solutions is revolutionizing deep water drilling and production. By increasing the performance of products

  • to H. Yumoto Manager of PBCF Div. Mitsui O.S.K. Techno Trade, Ltd., is now operational on 720 ship worldwide. The PBCF rectifies the propeller hub vortex and recovers rotational energy otherwise SI lost in the propeller slip stream. Increasing propeller thrust by over one percent and reducing propeller

  • A recent meeting of the Los Angeles Metropolitan Section of The Society of Naval Architects, held aboard the Princess Louise I, heard a paper entitled, "Fiber Optics for Shipboard Applications," by Donald Chambers, senior project engineer at Hughes Aircraft Company in Anaheim, Calif. Members and

  • After several years of testing and development, the first production units of Teamtec/Golar Marine Incinerators are being delivered with a new control system that makes the operation even simpler. The flue gas damper, diesel burners and sludge injection rate are all automatically controlled so

  • – a revolutionary system approach to ship hull inspections and other maritime security applications - includes a patented crawler attachment with unique vortex attractor for stability. SeaLift  – Four additional powerful vectored thrusters have been added to the vertical position of the vLBV giving a 18kg

  • Tritech has provided reference standard products for subsea operations for over 25 years with products that are tried, tested and relied upon in ROV/ AUV markets. Tritech has grown its business to reflect new technologies and expanded territory opportunities, extending the company’s credibility and commitment

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