Turkey’s Sefine Shipyard has actually won an order to supply Norwegian driver Boreal with 5 electrical ferryboats. Designed by Multi Maritime, they will certainly run to-and-from the islands in the internal Oslo arm as well as run set up solutions throughout the day. Each will certainly have a size of 35 meters, a light beam of 8 meters, as well as will certainly can fitting approximately 350 individuals ontwo guest decks efficient in fitting approximately 350 individuals.
Although made to run mostly utilizing dockside battery billing, they will certainly have the ability to drop back upon range-extending power, many thanks an IMO III diesel remedy from Volvo Penta that will certainly guarantee timetables as well as guest safety and security are never ever endangered.
Each ferryboat will certainly be geared up with 2 Volvo Penta D13 MG IMO III generator collections (gensets). These attach to the ferryboats’ very own control systems as well as are accepted to work on hydrotreated grease (HVO– EN 15940), a fossil-free gas that lowers co2 exhausts as well as particle issue by approximately 90%.
Sefine is competing to satisfy the agreement’s limited target date of having all 5 watercrafts functional by 2022. Volvo Penta will certainly begin providing its IMO III gensets later on this year, with the last 2 gensets being supplied by mid-year 2021. Each generator collection will provide 265 kWe electric power.
“This is a very exciting contract win for us,” states Mehmet Beliba ğlı, Volvo Penta’s Sales Manager, Marine Commercial inTurkey “Working in Oslo’s fjords is prestigious and gives a high profile to Volvo Penta’s IMO III solution – and our ongoing ambitions to promote electrification and sustainable propulsion systems.”
“Our Selective Catalytic Reduction (SCR) based IMO III gensets are extremely compact,” states Jacob Vier ø, Sales Project Manager atVolvo Penta “Not only that, our system offers greater efficiency, as they are designed from the start to work together. This ‘one stop shop’ approach allows us to package all the componentry tightly, ensuring easy installation and maintenance.”
AN IMO III SERVICE FOR EACH APPLICATION
Volvo Penta provides an IMO III engine variety for Volvo Penta IPS, Diesel Inboard, Marine Genset, as well as Auxiliary applications. Using Selective Catalytic Reduction (SCR) exhaust after-treatment modern technology as well as based upon an usual engine system, this remedy provides a total system strategy. It consists of all features as well as provides the comfort of a solitary factor of call as well as resource of aftermarket assistance. It is type-approved as well as established, licensed, kept track of, as well as kept by Volvo Penta.
As repowers represent a big percentage of setups, the application of device area area has actually been a Volvo Penta concern, with the style of the SCR device permitting several arrangements to praise differed area requirements. For simple setup, the SCR device likewise includes several electrical outlets with durable screw flanges. Lastly, drivers take advantage of a completely incorporated system that permits the whole remedy to be kept track of from the Electronic Vessel Control System (EVC) or Marine Commercial Control (MCC) screens.