The new IMO2020 sulphur content regulations will result in most ships running on fuel blends. These blends will have different viscosity levels, making optimal fuel combustion difficult. Adding continuous viscosity control ensures the optimal atomisation of fuel droplets and increases engine efficiency with approx. 2% compared to sub-optimal fuel combustion. MAS Fluid Control delivers world leading systems for optimization of fuel combustion and ship efficiency. Mixing standa
MAS Fluid Control is a supplier to the maritime sector of components and systems that contributes to achieve the goals and demands set by the Norwegian Government, EU and IMO. By integrating smart sensors to measure fuel use and ship-efficiency we can provide qualitative data in real-time and turn “Best-Practice” into “Informed-Practice” for all types of maritime vessels. Easy and affordable adaptations such as adding a propeller-thrust sensor can give large fuel savings from
A ship performance project was initiated with Hurtigruten AS in 2014. Two ships were surveyed for installation - MS “Nordnorge” and MS “Finnmarken”. Already before the system for “Finnmarken” was installed, it was reported reduced consumption due to the increased focus on ship performance. “ Systems for better ship performance make Hurtigruten more green"
This relationship is the result of Rolls-Royce’s search for a supplier with the knowledge to incorporate reliable performance data into their energy monitoring system. The project has been successful and has contributed in strengthening the performance of the Acon Energy solution. A MAS made simulator is integrated into Acon Energy system at the Rolls-Royce training centre in Ålesund. “ MAS Fluid Control AS simulator at Rolls-Royce training centre "