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Marine Emissions Applications

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    Ambient air quality monitoring solutions for remote sensing of ship emissions

    New regulation forces ships to lower the emissions of SO2. Ships travelling in SECA areas has to either run on low sulphur fuel, or install SO2 scrubbers. To measure the SO2 emissions from a ship is not an easy task. OPSIS provides the Port Authorities with a unique measurement principle where the emissions from the ship is measured remotely. Light is passing the emissions and by analyzing the light, concentrations of SO2 can be measured.

    By Opsis AB based in Furulund, SWEDEN.

  • Marine And Offshore Emissions Monitoring & Analysis

    The need to demonstrate environmental responsibility is key for today’s marine and offshore industries. Fuels and exhaust gas emissions are subject to international, regional and national controls and Charterers, as well as the public, demand high standards of performance and reliability.

    By Procal - Parker Hannifin Corp based in Peterborough, UNITED KINGDOM.

  • HydroInfra technologies solution for the pollution sector

    The word pollution is a general term used to define the effects of multiple toxic substances & elements. When we talk about the “pollution emissions” from a power plant or a ship we are in fact referring to a toxic cocktail of substances that causes harm to our environment, eco-systems and our health.

    By HydroInfra Technologies (HIT) based in Stockholm, SWEDEN.

  • EDXRF spectrometers for marine emission control

    The IMO (International Maritime Organization) continuously sets new standards in order to minimize and control the harmful polluting exhausts from vessel engines. IMO is the World’s largest maritime organization with over 170 member states and acts as a regulatory agency for the international maritime industry.

    By Xenemetrix Ltd. based in Migdal Haemek, ISRAEL.

  • Marine emissions monitoring

    In recent years, new regulations have been introduced governing emissions from ships. With the International Maritime Organization (IMO) adopting Annex VI of MARPOL designed to limit sulphur oxides (SOx), nitrous oxides (NOx) and particulate matter emissions, as well as introducing emission control areas (ECAs) to reduce emissions of those air pollutants further in designated sea areas, ship owners/operators can face hefty fines for failing to meet these new requirements on the “polluter pays” principle.

    By DynOptic Systems Ltd based in Brackley, UNITED KINGDOM.

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