Sea Technology

FEB 2018

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Page 33 of 52 February 2018 | ST 33 Chelsea Technologies Scrubber System Receives ClassNK Certification Chelsea Technologies' Sea Sentry washwater moni- toring system for ship exhaust gas cleaning systems has been certified by ClassNK. Sea Sentry provides a fully autonomous washwater monitoring system that monitors both the water inlet and outlet of wet exhaust gas scrub- ber systems. Sea Sentry has the ability to accurately measure the polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbon, absorbance, turbidity (to ISO 7027: 1999), temperature and pH of scrubber washwater. It can monitor open-loop, closed-loop and hybrid scrubber systems, setting the gold standard for ac- curate washwater monitoring. ABS Approves Innovative Vessel with LNG Power Generation and Storage ABS granted approval in principle (AIP) to Hud- ong-Zhonghua Shipbuilding (Group) Co. Ltd. for its LNG power vessel, which is designed in accordance with the applicable requirements of ABS rules and IMO regula- tions. The Hudong-Zhonghua Shipbuilding vessel concept offers efficient LNG power generation and storage. The LNG power supply vessel integrates LNG receiver, stor- age, regasification, electric power generation and trans- mission, with LNG storage tank volume of 32,000 m 3 and 100-MW power capacity. Teledyne Participates in Multinational Exercise Teledyne Gavia and Teledyne SeaBotix participated in a multinational explosive ordnance disposal (EOD) exer- cise: the Northern Challenge held in Iceland to provide training for members of NATO's Partnership for Peace program. Thirty groups were assigned EOD-focused tasks based on realistic scenarios and using the equipment provided, which included a Gavia AUV and a SeaBotix vLBV300 ROV. Participants included Austria, Belgium, Canada, Den- mark, Finland, France, Germany, Iceland, Italy, the Neth- erlands, Poland, Norway, Sweden, the United Kingdom, the United States (including Army, Air Force and Navy) and other NATO members and partners. Wärtsilä's Joint Venture in China is Operational Wärtsilä opened CSSC Wartsila Electrical & Automa- tion (Shanghai) Co. Ltd. (CWE&A), a joint venture with China State Shipbuilding Corp. (CSSC). The opening was announced at the Marintec 2017 conference and exhibi- tion in Shanghai. The new joint venture company will be headed by General Manager Christian Heinsohn. Wärtsilä and CSSC also have joint venture engine and propeller companies, including the most modern con- trollable pitch propeller manufacturing facility in China HIGH DEFINITION RADAR SYSTEMS SEE MORE - SEE BETTER - WORRY LESS WORRY LESS as you make the most informed decisions using our reliable radar solutions. Our systems provide invaluable information for the detection and tracking of small targets, oil spill management, wave & current monitoring, and ice navigation. Rutter high definition radar systems allow you to SEE MORE and SEE BETTER. RUTTER WILL BE ATTENDING OCEANOLOGY INTERNATIONAL LONDON, 13-15 MARCH 2018. CONTACT SALES@RUTTER.CA FOR MORE INFORMATION. international

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