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HANSA 07-2021

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TECH-INNOVATION POWERED BY VDMA - MARINE EQUIPMENT AND SYSTEMS We support you in the EEXI/CII certification process. STEULER ANLAGENBAU Mobile system for emission reduction of soot, sulphur oxides and nitrogen oxides © Steuler Anlagenbau Steuler`s flue gas treatment systems can be dimensioned compactly in order to be suitable for use on ships Phone: Email: sales@mmg-propeller.de www.mecklenburger-metallguss.com The Propeller For engines powered by heavy or light oil, Steuler Anlagenbau has developed a process that keeps the pollutants soot, SO x and NO x in the waste gases safely below the legal emission values in a single dry process step without preconditioning. According to the supplier from Höhr- Grenzhausen, the system is designed in such a way that – depending on the requirements – it can safely remove all these environmental pollutants from the waste gases at the same time or individually and in all combinations. The process works completely on a dry basis. The reaction substances are converted into natural components of the ambient air or returned to the raw material cycle in form of dry, recyclable residues. All chemicals required are used in the form of powder, granules or pellets. The flue gas treatment system, which has proven itself in stationary systems for many years, has been further developed for use as a mobile system or in very limited space (e.g. on ships). Steuler states, it brings numerous advantages: • the entire flue gas treatment takes place in one housing • easy handling and minimal operating, maintenance and service costs • high operational reliability and availability • low costs • no accumulation of residues to be dumped • filtration and catalysis in separate stages (levels?) to reduce investment and operating costs The system essentially consists of ceramic filter cartridges, DeNO x catalytic converter modules, a housing in which the filter cartridges and catalytic converter modules are integrated, as well as handling elements for storing and dosing the required chemicals. The system components can be installed and operated for the entire waste gas flow in one housing or distributed over several housings – whereby the handling elements are only required once. 42 HANSA – International Maritime Journal 07 | 2021

MEETS ALL REQUIREMENTS WAGO allows you to meet all the requirements of a future-proof marine automation system. Whether for standard applications or use under extreme conditions – with our ments of these classes. www.wago.com/marine

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