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HANSA 09-2018

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Exhibitors’ Previews

Exhibitors’ Previews Exhibitors’ Previews Marine Jet Power (MJP) The Swedish company will present a new series of waterjet drives in Hamburg. The new X-Series is the result of many years of development and experience of mix-flow pumps made of duplex stainless steel. According to MJP with the new X-series of waterjet drives, the user benefits from the successful duplex steel product range because it offers a highly efficient, extremely durable product at an advantageous price. Installation has also been simplified and the maintenance intervals have been reduced. Improved steering and maneuverability with improved stopping and reverse thrust performance has been achieved with the X-Series, resulting in fuel savings of 3%. The new series includes the models X280, X310 and X350, informs Ulrich Jacobsen, Managing Director of Gemo from Lübeck, general importer for Germany, Switzerland, Austria, Hungary, Poland and Bulgaria. Hall A4, booth 329 The new X-Series of waterjets Netzsch In Hamburg, Netzsch Pumpen & Systeme will exhibit as a supplier of three different positive displacement pump technologies: Nemo progressive cavity pumps, Tornado rotary lobe pumps and Notos screw pumps. With these pumps, also in combination, it is always possible to supply the right solution for every maritime process, the supplier says. Hall A2, booth 223 Ocean Signal Ocean Signal is highlighting the ATA100 Class A and ATB1 Class B AIS transponders when it joins forces will fellow exhibitor ACR Electronics to offer a comprehensive line-up of safety equipment at this year’s SMM in Hamburg. Offering fully compliant solutions to increase visibility, aid collision-avoidance and enhance navigational safety, the transponders are suitable for a wide range of vessels. Photo: MJP JRC & Alphatron Marine products Your official contact in Germany Meet us at SMM Stand 300 (Hall B6) • 19-inch display with 1000 cd/m2 brightness • Improved short range detection • New and dedicated keyboard • Supports C-MAP MAX and new pec charts • New 25 kW X-band scanner • High power bird detection scanner • Proven Solid State S-band scanners New black box radar JMR-5400 Alphatron Marine Deutschland GmbH T 04101 3771 0 | F 04101 3771 11 | 24h hotline 0151 20 377 100 | | 108 HANSA International Maritime Journal – 155. Jahrgang – 2018 – Nr. 9

Incorporating Ocean Signal’s trusted technology within a compact design, the ATA100 is the only Class A AIS transponder available rated to the IPX7 waterproofing standard, the company informs. It is user intuitive, featuring large illuminated keys and an easy-to-grip jog stick and has a 7-inch high-intensity, full-color, rapid-response LCD. The ATB1 is a powerful transponder incorporating superior SOTDMA technology and 5 W output power. It features a sleek, yet rugged, waterproof design. Both units are compatible with Ocean Signal’s rescueME MOB1 man overboard AIS/DSC device. The Ocean Signal portfolio also includes the M100 and M100X MSLD, E101V float-free EPIRB, SafeSea E100 and E100G EPIRB, S100 SART and V100 handheld VHF radio. ACR Electronics is highlighting the award-winning GlobalFIX V4 EPIRB and Pathfinder PRO SART. Hall B1.OG, booth 510 Orlaco The company demonstrates its digital cameras for workships, drilling platforms and harbors. Its consists of EMOS Ethernet cameras and the HD IP zoom camera range. These cameras can be integrated into existing computer networks via Ethernet or TCP/ IP. According to the developer due to this simple integration, maintenance costs could be reduced and users could easily expand their systems. The type and size of the screen can be chosen freely. These cameras are exceptionally rugged, shock (50G) and vibration resistant, waterproof to IP69K and seawater resistant, the company stated. The cameras would run error-free at temperatures between -40 and +65°C. Therefore, it can be used in cold stores on fishing boats or in the engine room, where temperatures can rise sharply. Because of the HD quality it is possible to reproduce details in super-sharp quality, making the operations safe and efficient, says Orlaco. Hall B6, booth 609 Oxymat The marine market is in the process of becoming »greener« and more environmentally friendly. For shipowners to come out on top of this key transition it is important not to forget the important role nitrogen plays – and will play in the future. »By using the Oxymat nitrogen generator instead of a combustion-based technology to produce inert gas onboard ships is ready for future regulations and can also transport a wider range of products. Nitrogen can be used in the process when treating ballast water – to inhibit corrosion in the piping system,« says Jesper Sjögren, Oxymat’s CEO. If a ship is having a ballast water system installed in drydock – this would be a great time to install a new nitrogen generator. The compressed air for the nitrogen generator can even be utilized as working air and has a dew point of minus 20°C Sjögren explains. According to in-house information, Oxymat has supplied more than 180 PSA nitrogen systems to the maritime industry while total production capacity is more than 38,000 Nm3. Nitrogen with a max of 5 % oxygen content is widely used, production costs are 0.18 kW/Nm3 nitrogen, this means by installing an Oxymat nitrogen generator onboard ships is more than 35 % cheaper in energy consumption than membrane systems. The new nitrogen generator will be launched at SMM. Due to a high demand for the new marine nitrogen models, Oxymat has already sold more than 100 units. Some examples of sold installations are gas carriers in Korea, platform supply vessels in Turkey, oil/chemical tankers in China and Taiwan and many more. Hall B1.EG, booth 401 P.E.R. Innovative escape and rescue guidance systems from P.E.R. Flucht- und Rettungsleitsysteme could save lives of passengers and crew. The company based in Ahrensburg near Hamburg, is a provider of safety guidance systems on land, at sea and in the air for more than 25 years. Their brands Permalux and Guideline are used worldwide in the fields of building technology, aviation and shipping. The products include low location lighting systems (LLL), safety signs, safety plans, cabin signs and decora- HANSA International Maritime Journal – 155. Jahrgang – 2018 – Nr. 9 109 Advanced Wastewater Treatment Technologies Exhibitors’ Previews Hall A1 Booth 224 Visit us! LAUFEN Bathrooms AG Wahlenstrasse 46 4242 Laufen, Switzerland Aqseptence Group GmbH Passavant-Geiger-Straße 1 65326 Aarbergen, Germany MARTIN Systems AG Friedrichstraße 95 10117 Berlin, Germany

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