The challenge every shipowner is facing – to keep downtime and maintenance costs at a minimum – will be a discussion point at SKF Marine’s stand, where the company will be presenting its SKF Vibracon product range.
Countering high fuel consumption, emissions and noise issues due to fixed engine speed in traditional electrical propulsion designs, DEIF’s DC-bus solution for hybrid power supply enables users to run diesel gensets at variable speeds.
Green City Ferries focuses on commuting on inland waterways, offering low-emission solutions for operators and ferry owners.
Find out about HBM’s eDrive system, which is a solution for testing inverter-driven electric motors and is capable of measuring multi-phase, medium- to high-voltage, and mid- to large-scale maritime electrical or hybrid propulsion systems.
Visitors wishing to discover ways to deal with the increase in DC voltage and current ratings in hybrid and fully electric, battery-powered marine applications should pay a visit to Mersen, which provides power management solutions in the field of overcurrent protection, air and water cooling, and busbar connections.
VEM Group produces drive applications for shaft, diesel and onboard electrical system generators, propeller drives and bow thrusters, and transverse rudder drives, pump drives and drives for onboard auxiliary equipment.
Visitors will be able to see how an intuitive design has enabled the emission-free replacement of diesel-powered vessels of any size, thanks to solutions offered by Valence Technology, which has been acquired by Lithium Werks, a lithium-ion and portable-power solutions group.