Yara Installs Scrubber System on Record-Setting 80MW Ship Engine
Oslo- based Yara Marine Technologies states it has actually mounted an inline crossbreed scrubber system aboard an ultra-large containership in what is thought to be the biggest setup of exhaust gas cleansing system to day.
Yara claimed the exhaust gas cleansing system was mounted for an unrevealed client in the ultra-large container section.
At 80 megawatts, the engine is the biggest ship engine ever before to be effectively fitted with an inline crossbreed scrubber system, according toYara The system likewise covers the vessel’s 5 complementary engines.
“The installation of Yara Marine’s inline hybrid SOx scrubber on the vessel confirms our customer’s commitment to protect the environment, not only from IMO-regulated SOx emissions, but also Particulate Matter (PM) and other hazardous substances from exhaust gas,” states Yara Marine Chief Sales & & Marketing Officer Kai Låtun
“We appreciate our customers’ environmental strategies and we want to support them in the accomplishment of these ambitions. With the successful operation of this ultra-large container ship, we believe more vessel operators will follow in the same direction,” Låtun discusses.
Yara states the effective MARPOL examination is a verification of the scalability of Yara Marine scrubbers as well as their capacity to offer effective sulphur discharges therapy on bigger vessels, such as in the container section.
“We believe that with the successful MARPOL test on the vessel, we have inspired and convinced more shipowners about the feasibility of Yara Marine scrubbers,” states Yara Marine CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER Peter Strandberg.
The vessel, with an 80MW 2 stroke primary engine as well as 5 (each about 5MW) complementary engines, is currently completely procedure in its committed trading course. The scrubber system aid the vessel attain conformity with IMO 2020 sulphur cap restricting the sulphur material in aquatic gas to 0.5%