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Wednesday 05 Feb 2014 / Gerelateerde tags: Fleet Innovation 


Inland waterway transport has an excellent energy and carbon record. On new ships, air emissions such as NOx and PM are also radically decreased. the same development is expected soon for existing vessels.

100% LNG driven ship
Emission reduction
80% NOx
100% SO2
99% PM10
25% CO2
18% energy savings
Visit the Greenstream

Dual Fuel
‘Dual fuel’ means 80% LNG and 20% diesel. 
Emission reduction
55-70% NOx 
50% SO2 
55% PM10
15% CO2
20-30% energy savings
Visit the Argonon

Diesel electric
Propulsion with two 2 electric engines and 4 diesel generators combined with after equipment
Emission reduction
up to 67% NOx
up to 98 % PM10
up to 32 % CO2
Visit the Amulet

After treatment equipment
Main engines equipped with SCR-catalyst and PM trap
Emission reduction
NOx 90%
PM10 97%
Visit the Anda

New design and after treatment
Combination of lichtweight hull and optimsed streamlining, contra rotating propellers, hybrid truck engines after treatment equipment
Emission reduction
83% NOx
93% PM10
85% CO2
18% energy savings
Visit the Semper Fi

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