MAN Energy Solutions has announced that its highly compact MAN 175D SCR system recently successfully completed its final Type Approval Test, and was subsequently awarded IMO Tier III certification by all major classification societies.
On April 4, 2014, IMO MEPC on its 66th session, agreed on stricter requirements for vessels’ NOx emissions in specific areas, the so called NECAs. During this session the entry into force date of these requirements has been also agreed, although until the final MEPC decision, there was a disagreement for this matter from a number of countries headed by Russia.
Wärtsilä is to supply the engines for a new LNG fuelled research vessel being built for the German government along with exhaust cleaning systems based on SCR technology and the LNGPac system.
Hitachi Zosen Corporation has announced that it received an order today from a major Chinese manufacturer of large marine diesel engines, Dalian Marine Diesel Co.
Winterthur Gas & Diesel (WinGD), as the leading developer of low-speed two-stroke marine engines since 1898 under “Sulzer” name, will present the latest innovative technology at CIMAC congress this year for what is essentially required by today’s merchant vessels.
The first Wärtsilä two-stroke engine with a high pressure SCR (Selective Catalytic Reduction) system manufactured in China has been introduced.