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This Week In Technology: 10/28
Scania’s Marine Engines Ready for EPA Tier 3
 Scania, a company that specializes in engines, has upgraded their Tier 2 engines to meet Tier 3
requirements imposed by MARPOL’s Annex, which are going into effect on January 1, 2014 for 
75 kW to 3000 kW engines. These new engines include enhanced environmental performance,as well as increased power with unchanged fuel consumption. The engine range has a 13-liter Inline six and a powerful 16 liter V8 for both auxiliary applications and marine propulsion.Emsys Chosen for Scrubber MonitoringEmsys now has six different scrubber monitoring systems: seawater, freshwater, hybrid, dry,open loop, and closed loops. These different systems, depending on the type of vessel they arefar, monitor exhaust gas in the stack and not conditioned, cooled, or dried, making their resultsthat much more accurate. Lasers allow the system to measure the emissions with high humidity present and at low gas temperatures. The Emsys can measure multiple gases, even though theyare only required to monitor the SO2/CO2 ratio for complia
nce with MARPOL’s Annex. The
Emsys are being implemented on many cruise ships.Pettit Launches Hydrocoat Eco
Hydrocoat Eco is Pettit’s latest in their Hydrocoat line of paints. This newest paint is self 
- polishing and water-based with an organic biocide. It combines a slime-fighting inhibitor withmulti-season protection. This new invention replaces the hazardous solvents usually found in bottom-of-the-boat paints. It has no copper to cause corrosion and is the perfect choice for jet-rives, outdrives, and outboard motors. Hydrocoat Eco will not lose effectiveness when removedfrom the water and is available in five colors.Jotun Introduces Resilient Anti-fouling CoatingJotun has released a coating for the underneath of an offshore vessel named SeaLion Resilient.This coating is based on epoxy-poly-siloxane technology. SeaLion Resilient includes acompound of resins and hardeners to keep the boat from sustaining any damage. With thistechnology, Jotun prevents sea organisms from settling on the hull and provides a smoothsurface. This prevents boats from having to go on dry-dock, thus saving the owners the cost of having to lift the boat. SeaLion Resilient is biocide-free and has low VOC emissions, making ita long-term solution. Nyalic Coatings Nyalic is a surface protection commonly used on workboats. It is clear and ultra-thin. It is usedto protect metal, fiberglass, painted surfaces, plastics, and electrical and mechanical connectionsfrom various dangers such as salt, chemicals, and UV damage. One coat gives about 3-5 years of  protection. It is designed to prevent corrosion failure and does not cost heat build-up. Thereduction in maintenance costs alone make Nyalic worth getting.Sea-
Fire’s Triton 8 Alarm Panel
 

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