Tag: <span>Type Approval</span>

Ecochlor receives IMO type approval for BWMS
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Ecochlor receives IMO type approval for BWMS

Ecochlor has received IMO BWMS (ballast water management system) Code type approval for its EcoOne and EcoOne Hybrid BWMSs from the Norwegian Maritime Authority. This certification is an amendment to Ecochlor’s existing BWMS type approval and is in accordance with the recent and more stringent standards set by IMO Resolution MEPC.300 (72), Code for Approval...

Praxis secures DNV approval for energy storage system
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Praxis secures DNV approval for energy storage system

Praxis Automation Technology has received Type Approval by DNV for its GreenBattery Energy Storage System (ESS) for use in battery-powered or hybrid vessels and offshore units. The approval confirms that GreenBattery ESS is fully compliant with the latest international standards, regulations and DNV rules. All tests conducted during the approval procedure were passed with flying...

CCS issues China’s first hydrogen fuel cell type approval
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CCS issues China’s first hydrogen fuel cell type approval

China Classification Society (CCS) has awarded China’s first certificate of type approval for a marine fuel cell product to Wuhan-based PEM fuel cell supplier Troowin Power System Technology. The certificate was issued by CCS’ Wuhan branch following more than a year of reviews and on-site tests. The approval marks a major milestone in China’s pursuit...

NAPA ship stability solution receives DNV GL type approval
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NAPA ship stability solution receives DNV GL type approval

Maritime software, services and data analysis provider NAPA has been awarded type approval by DNV GL for its latest loading computer, a ship stability solution that assesses damage in real-time to help crew make essential decisions on stability.   The type approval of the NAPA Loading Computer Type 4 and Loading Computer System Damage Control,...

MAN’s new controller platform passes type approval test
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MAN’s new controller platform passes type approval test

MAN Energy Solutions’ electronic ‘ME’ engine portfolio has announced that its ‘Triton’ platform recently passed its TAT (Type Approval Test) in Japan. Triton is a new controller platform that will be introduced as a fully localised product, beginning from 2020. It provides increased engine flexibility for improved performance due to higher computational power and more...

DNV GL approves aluminium cables for ships
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DNV GL approves aluminium cables for ships

DNV GL has developed the first type approval scheme for the use of aluminium cables and connectors on board vessels. The purpose of aluminium cables and connectors on board vessels is that they allow expensive copper to be replaced with aluminium, reducing costs by as much as 50 per cent as aluminium is approximately one...