Fuel Oil Treatment Systems for Modern Engines

Not all oils are created equal, as can be seen from the International Organization for Standardization guidelines (ISO 8217) categorizing fuel oil types.
Despite these guidelines, there are no clear definition of categories for heavy fuel oils, marine diesel oils and lubricating oils. Due to their density and other properties, they represent various process issues with regards to separation.
At one end of the scale are the residual oils or heavy fuel oils, with different densities and viscosities, which may have harmful impurities. These fuels require the highest separation methods to ensure good separation and prevent catalytic impurities from damaging the engine.
At the other end of the scale are lighter fuel oils, such as marine diesel oils and distillates.
In between are a whole range of sep­aration requirements.

Main Features

Maximum reliability and safety due to shell type heaters and separate viscosity and tempera­ture controllers
  1. Fast and easy installation due to compact design
  2. Easy operation and maintenance
  3. Long life span and flawless operation due to the best components and carefully chosen materials

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Fuel Booster Unit

The fuel oil module is fitted between the oil-transport line from the day tank to the main engine. This allows for a constant supply of heavy fuel oil over pump systems.

Heaters are used to reach the re­quired viscosity. The control valves and gauges are there for safety.

The components all need to work well together - as the components are the core of the engine room.

The system is adapted for different engine types providing the required injection viscosity (e.g. 8 – 25 cSt) and the corresponding temperature (e.g. 90 – 150°C).


Fresh Water Generation by distillation

Distillation is the oldest and most commonly used method of desalina­tion. Distillation is a phase separation method whereby saline water is heat­ed to produce water vapor, which is then condensed to produce freshwa­ter free of salts.

Technical Water or Potable Water Systems for engine room installation
The PEV501SV converts seawater to freshwater for domestic use, on ships and rigs or at remote onshore loca­tions. The system is able to produce up to 50 tonnes of Fresh water per day.

Skid mounted including shell, water ejector, distillate pump, ejector pump, control panel, steam injector and instrumentation.
Dimensions (L*W*H) 3190*1795*2200 mm
Net weight (Dry weight) 3200 Kg


Sanitary Water Heaters

To heat sanitary water on vessels and platforms.
Heaters can include control panel for resistances and circulation pumps. Units can be supplied loose or with all the elements in­stalled in the same frame.

These are manufactured in stain­less steel AISI-316L and with thermal isolation in 50 mm min­eral wool finished in stainless steel sheet.

Sanitary heaters are available for heating through electric resistanc­es, steam or hot water.

Models available with capacity from 100 - 3000 litres.