GI participate in SMM 04-07 September 2018
IMO has been working to reduce harmful impacts of shipping on the environment since the 1960s. The regulations for the Prevention of Air Pollution from Ships seek to control airborne emissions from ships SOx, NOx, shipboard incineration, etc.
The regulations to reduce sulphur oxide emissions introduced a global limit for sulphur content of ships’ fuel oil, with tighter restrictions in designated emission control areas (ECA). The requisite for sulphur levels in ECA is now 0,1 % and will be 0,5 % worldwide by either 2020. Therefore, the marine industry needs to choose a path on how to achieve compliance.
Please visit our stand B1.EG 414 in SMM Hamburg. We will be glad to see you there and tell you how our products can enable you to comply with the new regulations.
Our product Multi Gas Monitoring can monitor the SO2 and CO2 concentrations in exhaust gas. It provides you with an accurate measurement of SO2 in ppm, CO2 in percent, as well as presents the SO2/CO2 ratio. The gas analyzer is based on a non-dispersive infrared measurement technology, which has been well proven in many industrial applications.
The G6100 Water Monitoring System is fully compliant with IMO resolution MEPC. 259(68). The G6100 is currently the only complete system in the world which has achieved a marine type approval by DNV/GL, RINA, Lloyd´s Register, Bureau Veritas, Korean Register of Shipping and Nippon Kaiji Kyokai for monitoring of all media (PAH, turbidity, and pH/temperature) required in MEPC. 259(68).
For more information of our products, please visit our website.
For more information of SMM event, please visit SMM website.