MarQuip Enviro 2009 handout

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Published on March 10, 2009

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Handout of MarQuip's presentation at Enviro Yacht 2009.

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Enviro Yacht 2009 MarQuip Professionals in exhaust solutions Designing green exhaust systems is a balance act that have to be taken into All of them require there own Along with a changing account for engineering an solution and take a bite out of the climate, the demand for green efficient exhaust system. available space and budget. yachts is on the rise. Noise attenuation, cooling If you are looking for an More and more authorities the exhaust gas, maximum back optimal green exhaust system, it are rejecting “ dirty” yachts out pressure values and available is in our opinion wise to go to a of there harbors. They prefer space are all very important professional exhaust system yachts that will not pollute the parameters. supplier with experience in green water and air in the harbor. exhaust systems. And then the exhaust system Yacht owners on the other must also fit inside budget, hand are also becoming more and regulations and time schedule. more aware of the advantages of All these subjects interact with having a so called “green” yacht. each other and influence the outcome of the design. MarQuip, well known for delivering exhaust systems to Therefore it must not be a over 125 Super yachts so far , is surprise that designing a green an expert on designing green exhaust system is all about exhaust systems. making the right choices to come to the optimal design. Designing a green exhaust system can be quite a challenge. Especially if you take a look lorem ipsum dolor met set at all the different ways of Next to cleaning the exhaust emission reduction. gas there are a lot of other points MarQuip B.V., Staalindustrieweg 5a, 2952 AT, Alblasserdam. The Netherlands, tel: +31 (0)78 681 09 75

“ general to go “green” I suggest installing a generator exhaust with soot filter, a catalytic converter, and a silencer/separator.” Holger Hamann, TYR, July/Aug 2007 The “greenest” exhaust system now available by Marquip Tips for exhaust refits Above right you see a picture of a recent exhaust system we have delivered in full for two yachts in Italy. Next to the underwater exhaust system for the main engines you can see three generator exhaust systems. 1. Be early Two of theme are very green systems. One on starboard side and one on port It is imperative to contact us side. well in time before the yacht arrives at the yard. Our From the engine outlet, the exhaust gas goes directly into a silencer with engineers are very creative in an integrated catalytic converter. By using the silencer we can guarantee finding space for all the new proper noise attenuation. From there we go to a soot trap with an automatic components. And to fit burner, a Nauticlean® by HUG engineering, with the possibility to bypass everything, we need your the Nauticlean®. information before we can make a final custom design. After that we have our own water injection piece which injects water from the middle of the pipe. Here the exhaust gas temperature is cooled down rapidly and efficiently before it goes into our water separator 2. Get as much info as possible (scrubber). For us to design the optimal Here the water and the exhaust gas are separated. Our water separator exhaust system we would like also works as an extra silencer. to have the engine room as build drawing. We also would All is designed within back pressure limits and requested noise like to receive from you the reduction. engine output data as extensive By using such an exhaust system we can guarantee that the yards client as possible. will get the cleanest and most silent system available. If the refit will include an under water exhaust, we also need the wave pattern at different speeds. Emission reduction 3. Check the available data Noise Soot NOx SOx CO,HC In our experience data can I I I I I change after delivery of the yacht. Please check all data on accuracy. Silencer Soot trap SCR* Scrubber Catalytic Urea Low sulfur Converter Fuel *Selective Catalytic Reduction

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