Tag: Maritime Emissions

Quantifying the Savings of Scrubber Systems for MARPOL Annex VI Compliance

A case for scrubber technology as a low-cost alternative to low-sulphur fuel to control maritime emissions and meet MARPOL Annex VI compliance. Complex mathematical formulae conclude that the savings are substantial. Exhaust Gas Cleaning Systems Determining Economics of Scrubber Systems Presented to: Lloyd’s Maritime Academy, Practical Guide to Scrubber Systems, North […]

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The CR Ocean Engineering Marine Scrubber: Effective Design Meets MARPOL Compliance Requirements. Video and More

The design of the CR Marine Scrubber combines nearly a century of experience to meet the needs, requirements and preferences of the marine industry in light of the newly enacted MARPOL Annex 6 low-sulphur fuel requirements. The design provides ease of retrofit into existing structures, it is uncompromisingly efficient; has reduced weight, minimizes any impact to […]

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CR Marine Scrubbers: The Alternative to Expensive Low Sulphur Fuel

Seeking to control marine pollution from ships, Annex VI of MARPOL Convention has established strict limits on emissions of  nitrogen oxides (NOx) for all ocean-going vessels operating in US waters and those within 200 nautical miles off the coasts of North American. The purpose is to protect human health and the environment by […]

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