We will be at Marintec China 2019 3-6 December in the Shanghai New Intenational Expo Centre. Find us at the Danfoss stand at stand no. N1B7A-01 in the Danish Pavilion.
At the event, we will showcase our newest addition to our product portfolio, our Washwater Monitor MES 1003. The washwater monitor is our latest addition to emissions monitoring and compliance documentation solutions for scrubber applications. MES 1003 together with our SO2/CO2 sensor, MES 1002, provide a sound solution for scrubber monitoring- and compliance documentation that is easy to install, manage and maintain. The MES 1003 measures sample water from various places on the scrubber, and documents the differences between inlet and outlet washwater from only one analyzer unit.
Our Marine Emission Sensor, MES 1001, will also be presented and our competent team will be ready to talk about efficient marine emission measurement, and how to overall document compliance of ship emissions with the Danfoss IXA product portfolio.
On December 4, our chief technical officer, Allan Skouboe will be giving a speech at the Danfoss technical seminar on how to maintain ship emission compliance, and present the Danfoss IXA emission monitoring product portfolio.
See you there!
We are proud to announce that we have signed contract with J-ENG, Japan Engine Corporation, who delivers engines that utilizes the latest technology in the industry. Danfoss IXA will be delivering marine emission sensors for J-ENG’s closed loop application of its Selective Catalytic Reduction technology, which contributes to cost efficiency in the Selective Catalytic Reduction process, including minimization of the Urea consumption which consequently also minimizes NH3 slip. For the signing, J-ENG was represented by Yutaka Sakai, General Manager of Procurement Department, and Danfoss IXA by Managing Director Frank Hansen. We are pleased to enter into this partnership with J-ENG, supporting J-ENG’s production of green technologies to the maritime industry.
We are exhibiting at the Seatrade Cruise Global 2019 fair from April 8 – April 11 in the Miami Beach Convention Center, FL USA. Find us at the Danfoss stand at stand no 1877 in the Danish Pavilion.
At the event, we will present our newest addition to our product portfolio, our Washwater Monitor MES 1003. The washwater monitor is our latest addition to emissions monitoring and compliance documentation solutions for scrubber applications. MES 1003 provides a sound solution for washwater monitoring that is easy to install, manage and maintain. The system measures sample water from various places on the scrubber, and documents the differences between inlet and outlet washwater from one common analyzing unit.
At the stand, we will be showcasing our Marine Emission Sensor, MES 1001, and our competent team will be ready to share more about efficient marine emission measurement- and documentation. The team will also provide guidance as for how Danfoss IXA comprise your one solution provider of emissions monitoring.
See you there
Increased focus on the environmental impact from the marine industry has led to a general increased focus on regulations related to emissions from several places on the ship.
In an effort to reduce Sulphur pollution, the International Maritime Organization has agreed that ships’ fuel must be limited to a maximum of 0.5 percent sulphur in the fuel as of January 1st 2020, globally. As consequence, decisions on how to comply with this limit must be considered.
There are overall three methods as for staying in compliance with the regulation. The ship can either sail on the more expensive low sulphur fuel oil (LFO), it can have engines running on alternative fuels such as natural gas installed, or an exhaust gas cleaning system scrubber can be installed to wash out particles and sulphur.
The scrubber solution enables the possibility of using the cheaper high sulphur fuel oil (HFO), which makes it an attractive solution for compliance. Using the scrubber solution requires monitoring of the exhaust, to ensure that the sulphur emission limit is held and that the scrubber is working, as well as monitoring the washwater discharged from the scrubber, which also must be within limits on certain parameters (pH, PAH and turbidity).
Danfoss IXA is one solution provider of emissions monitoring solutions, providing measurement and documentation of compliance of emissions of the ship.
Visit stand 1877 at this coming Seatrade Cruise Global event 9-11 April 2019 at the Miami Beach Convention Center and learn more about our marine emission sensors and our newly launched washwater monitoring system that will help you document your compliance with the 2020 global sulphur regulation.
Danfoss IXA is attending the Sulphur Cap 2020 Conference and Exhibition in Amsterdam at Novotel Amsterdam City Hotel May 8 – May 9.
We will be exhibiting at the conference, ready to share knowledge on our solution to enforcement of Sulphur 2020 with our marine emission monitoring solutions. We are exhibiting Marine Emission Sensor MES 1001 and will be ready to share knowledge on our new Washwater Monitoring System MES 1003.
Tomorrow, CTO Allan Skouboe will be joining a panel discussion regarding the role of monitoring in the maritime industry – we look forward to seeing you there!
We are exhibiting at the CMA Shipping Conference 2019 in Connecticut at the Hilton Stamford 2-4 April, where we will be ready to share knowledge on our sensors and solutions that help you document compliance with the 2020 sulphur regulation. Stop by and learn more about our marine emission sensors, and our newly launching washwater monitoring system, MES 1003.
A signing ceremony between Danfoss IXA and world’s largest shipbuilding company Hyundai Heavy Industries at the Danfoss Headquarter in Nordborg, marks the next great step in the partnership going forward. Danfoss IXA will in this new contractual collaboration supply marine emission sensor MES 1001 to Hyundai Heavy Industries’ Selective Catalytic Reduction (SCR) solutions to the entire engine program. The sensor, which measures NOx, SO2 and Ammonia, will measure NOx to monitor the SCR performance, thereby contributing to greater transparency of emissions in the maritime industry.
The collaboration was initiated back in 2016 in which the first sensor was delivered for test on commercial vessels. The contract marks a successful completion of test, operation and design approval.
At the ceremony, Danfoss IXA was represented by Managing Director Frank Hansen, Danfoss by Senior Vice President of Mergers & Acquisitions Troels Petersen and Chairman of the Board Jørgen Mads Clausen, and Hyundai Heavy Industries by Head of Procurement planning team and General Manager, Jong Woo Beck and Procurement Officer Kwan Woo Kim.
Danfoss IXA is pleased to take the long-term partnership to the next level, continuing the good relationship and supporting Hyundai Heavy Industries’ production of sustainable solutions to the maritime industry.
At an event in September 2018 in Lingang, Shanghai, CSSC-MES released their newly developed low-pressure SCR system, which will meet technological trends, marked needs and demands, and is standardized to fit various engines without need for modification.
Marine Emission Sensor, MES 1001, is now a part of this new low-pressure SCR test cycle. The test is leading to commercial orders of the sensor, from CSSC-MES amongst others.
Danfoss IXA is proud to be part of this new low-pressure SCR test setup, with two sensors installed to monitor the performance of the system.
Danfoss IXA is attending Green Ship Technology North America Conference 2018 in New York City at the Intercontinental Times Square November 12 – November 14.
We will be exhibiting at the conference, ready to share knowledge on our solution to enforcement of Sulphur 2020, and our approach to a more sustainable shipping industry through greater transparency of emissions. So, remember to stop by, to learn more on how to efficiently monitor emissions at sea.
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