CCS Type Approval for G6100 WMS and G7000 MGMS
Green Instruments' G6100 Water Monitoring System and G7000 Multi Gas Monitoring System has gained type approval from CCS, China Classification Society.
Obtainment of these type approvals strengthen our position in the Asian region and will certainly benefit our customers worldwide, especially Chinese newbuilding and retrofit.
G6100 Water Monitoring System
The G6100 Water Monitoring System provides reliable and highly accurate measurements of PAH, turbidity and pH/temperature for your exhaust gas cleaning system (EGCS). Its design ensures fast response time within a broad system pressure range. With the commitment of perfecting sensible technology, Green Instruments constantly improve the current product.
G7000 Multi Gas Monitoring System
The cost-effective G7000 Multi Gas Monitoring System is a continuous emission monitoring system, that monitors SO2 and CO2 in exhaust gas. The system provides accurate measurements of SO2 in ppm, CO2 in percent and presents the SO2/CO2 ratio.
Both the G6100 and the G7000 are fully compliant with IMO regulations - MEPC. 259(68). A combination of the two represent a complete monitoring system in accordance with MEPC. 259(68). As of August 2019, the G6100 Water Monitoring System and G7000 Multi Gas Monitoring System have been awarded type approvals from DNV GL, Bureau Veritas, ABS, Korean Register, Lloyd's Register, Nippon Kaiji Kyokai (Class NK) and China Classification Society. Additionally, the G6100 Water Monitoring System has received type approval from Rina. This ensures a solid position on the global market.
China Classification Society
China Classification Society, headquartered in Beijing, provides classification services to marine, offshore and related industrial products. CCS works with commitment to their mission of "safety, environment protection and creating value for clients and society".
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