A new family of Azipods spanning a seven-megawatt range between 7.5MW and 14.5MW, launched at Nor-Shipping by ABB Marine and Ports, is targeting the operators of ferries, ropax, medium-sized cruise ships, large offshore construction vessels and shuttle tankers.
Innovative solution from ABB saves the environment and increases reliability.
ABB’s Measurement & Analytics business prides itself on developing instrumentation and analyzers that make solving tough measurement applications easy for customers. In this article, we discover how ABB helps the shipping and power companies save fuel and improve the reliability of large diesel engines.
ABB Turbocharging has inked an agreement with Multimarine Services (MSS) shipyard in Limassol Port, Cyprus to open a turbocharging service point.
There are many competing technologies but ABB believes that the future of green shipping could be to have a single main electric platform to drive all the vessel’s systems.
The drive for cost-efficiency and the slow steaming trend in the current shipping market makes it the perfect environment for ABB’s FiTS2 turbocharger system which it has developed in collaboration with engine maker Winterthur Gas & Diesel (WinGD) and was launched at Marintec China.
The interest of countries in Southeast Asia such as Indonesia, the Philippines, Myanmar and other similar stage countries is that they are going through a rapid development phase now and there is a need to boost infrastructure.
ABB Turbocharging is launching new digital turbocharging solutions at Marintec China 2017.