Fuel supply modules from MARINE TECHNIK fulfill the requirements of the various fuel types in connection with the engine configuration. They control injection viscosities, pressures, temperatures, filter fuel and measure the consumption.
Individually for each application:
Seagoing vessels have to operate with low sulphur fuels of 0,1% in SECA areas (Sulphur Emission Control Area) from January 2015. That means, that the diesel engines have to run with MGO fuels. MGO must be cooled down to assure a viscosity higher than 2,0 cSt and thus to prevent injection elements against damage.
MARINE TECHNIK supplies CUSTOM-TAILORED units!
– Shell & tube type heat exchanger
– Plate type heat exchanger
– Sea water cooled or fresh water cooled
– Automatic cooler control
(MGO – Cooler active / HFO – Cooler bypass)
– all Classification Societies
In case of a black-out , a power independent pump must ensure the fuel supply for the diesel generators. With the Black-Out Pump Unit (BOPU) we offer an individual solution.
The air operated displacement pump starts almost instantaneously in the event of a power failure. During stable electricity system the unit remains in standby.
|Flow quantity:||2,6 – 4,8 m³/h @ 8 bar|
|Speed:||1400 – 3000 1/min|
|Air motor:||1,9 kW – 7 bar|
|Air supply:||8 or 30 bar|
|Air consumption:||108 – 198 Nm³/h|
|Dimensions:||860 x 350 x 790mm / ca. 112 kg|
The function of the module is to collect the fuel oil leakage of the diesel engine and to pump the fuel back to the fuel storage tank. The start and stop of the pump is controlled by a level switches. In case of pump failure a second pump is installed as standby pump.