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ADVERTORIAL Optimizing scrubber performance across fleet PURETEQ – THE SCRUBBER MAKER PureteQ designs, delivers and commissions built-to-fit maritime scrubber systems for open loop, hybrid ready and fully hybrid (closed loop, with and without bleed-off) operation to shipowners who want to save money on fuel by continuing use of heavy fuel oil. Recently, we have seen the price span between compliant fuel and HFO increase, and interest for scrubber systems are increasing with the growing price span. All scrubber systems come with state-of-the-art intuitive control systems with full real time remote accessibility. In times like these it is very convenient to get 24/7 remote on-line support/guidance to ship crews from our certified Marine Engineers. This feature has contributed greatly to all our customers gaining a competitive advantage. We also perform modular training of crews and officers as well as onshore personnel. PureteQ have developed the Generation II Scrubber to reduce total cost of installation (by double digit percentage) considering the learnings from installing more than one hundred scrubbers on different types of ships at various shipyards around the world. PURESERV – THE SERVICE PROVIDER PureServ is PureteQ’s dedicated service organization. We offer fair-priced Service Agreements designed to meet shipowner’s specific needs based on the ship’s operational pattern and qualification of crew. All clients with a PureteQ Service Agreement have a designated Service Engineer and according to agreement; you only pay for what you get. Our Service Team has received extensive training to assist shipowners in safeguarding continuous operation, reliability, and MARPOL compliance of Scrubber Systems. This entails expert support and guidance for all Scrubber Systems on-site or via the safe PureteQ remote system, depending on the ship’s conditions and the client’s requirements. Our validated concepts allow us to assist the crews from remote with trouble shooting, advice on operation and maintenance as well as optimization. For shipowners and operators with internet access, we offer a remote Scrubber System Modular Training Program. In times where crew changes often, “touch and go” remote training has high value for all stakeholders. Some shipowners even choose to have the onshore employees participate in the Remote Specialist Training. In general, training cannot be overestimated as it leads to higher up-time and compliance rates as well as better performance and less cost of operation. SERVICE AGREEMENTS Having serviced more than a hundred scrubber systems of PureteQ brand and almost as many mixed brands, we have gained invaluable knowledge of any type and brand of scrubber system. We have learned how to rectify issues by combining our technical know-how with hands-on-experience. We have also assisted shipowners in gaining huge savings by adjusting the way in which the scrubber system is operated and managed. We have seen instances, where the system cleans the gas too much and spends much more electricity (OPEX) than needed. Most ships can save up to 1% fuel by running scrubber systems better and some can even save up to 2 percent fuel. It is our experience that most crews prefer to “play it safe”, hence they will put systems in manual operation to clean the gas much more than needed to comply. Putting scrubber systems in manual operation may hamper the safety systems and subsequent lead to damage. In these cases, we have assisted with changing the settings for optimal automatic operation, but more importantly, just informing and training the crew in scrubber operation has allowed the crew to understand the significant impact they can make (cost reduction) by maintaining automatic operation. We also perform spare parts management to avoid unnecessary cost of replacing parts that may be repaired or calibrated. This includes cell replacement programs, sensor replacement programs and even water sampling programs. All of this and much more are in safe hands by entering the PureteQ / PureServ service agreement. We have the tools, the manpower and the knowledge and we also have by far the best software in the business. We can even replace software (including some hardware) on other brand scrubbers and make them run much more optimal. Soon we will even offer clients free of change cloud-based software for environmental performance reporting and optimization of scrubbers across the fleet. It features the measuring of MARPOL compliance, operational performance (impact on SFOC) as well as environmental performance reporting, such as CO2, Sulfur and PM reductions. The software will enable sharing of learnings between crews, resulting in lower energy consumption and other OPEX. Savings are based on comparison between HFO with scrubber and compliant fuel and we have taken the lesser positive report from SINTEF into account as well as actual test performed by 3rd party, on sailing installations. The software is a perfect match to new IMO regulation on EED(X)I & CCI, when well to wake principle applies. This software will allow for across ship / fleet learnings to crews, hence reduction of cost and we see crews competing on operation of the scrubbers. PureteQ PureServ is privileged to quote service agreements for scrubber systems of any brand. © PureteQ 64 HANSA – International Maritime Journal 10 | 2021

DIGITAL HUB BSH | BG VERKEHR | BSI Mehr Cyber-Sicherheit Um die Möglichkeiten zu verbessern, digitale Angriffe auf Seeschiffe abzuwehren, haben das deutsche Bundesamt für Seeschifffahrt und Hydrographie (BSH), die Berufsgenossenschaft für Verkehrswirtschaft, Post- Logistik und Telekommunikation (BG Verkehr) und das Bundesamt für Sicherheit in der Informationstechnik (BSI) eine Vereinbarung zur Erhöhung der Informationssicherheit in der Seeschifffahrt unterzeichnet. Im Rahmen der Kooperation soll das Fachwissen aus den maritimen Behörden BSH und BG-Verkehr mit der IT-Sicherheitsexpertise des BSI zusammengeführt werden. Das BSH ist auch der 2012 gegründeten Allianz für Cyber-Sicherheit beigetreten. Sie steht Unternehmen, Verbänden, Behörden und Organisationen zur Verfügung, um Informationen zu aktuellen Bedrohungslagen zu erhalten und praxisnahe Cyber-Sicherheitsmaßnahmen auszutauschen. LR | INMARSAT Bordbesichtigungen remote Die Klassifikationsgesellschaft Lloyd‘s Register (LR) und der Anbieter von Satellitenkommunikation Inmarsat arbeiten zum ersten Mal gemeinsam an einer Fernüberwachungslösung. Damit wollen die Partner die Herausforderungen der Konnektivität bei Fernbesichtigungen an Bord von Schiffen angehen. Die neue Lösung nutzt »LR Remote«, eine speziell für Ferninspektionen entwickelte Anwendung, die es Besatzungsmitgliedern ermöglicht, Video-, Foto- und Audiodaten von Bord per Livestream an einen technischen Spezialisten von LR zu übertragen. Die Lösung wird durch den Bandbreitendienst Fleet Connect des zertifizierten Anwendungsanbieters (CAP) von Inmarsat unterstützt, der über die digitale Plattform Fleet Xpress verfügbar ist. Fleet Connect ermöglicht eine ununterbrochene Satellitenverbindung und bietet eine funktionsspezifische Bandbreite, die unabhängig vom geschäftskritischen Schiffsbetrieb oder der Kommunikation mit der Mannschaft ist. ROLLS-ROYCE Neue mtu-Schiffsautomation ersetzt Callosum Rolls-Royce hat unter dem Namen mtu NautIQ ein neues Schiffsautomationsportfolio entwickelt. Es ersetzt das bisherigen System Callosum. Die jetzt veröffentlichte Produktfamilie umfasst eine Reihe von neuen und bewährten Plattformmanagement- und Kontrollsystemen für Schiffe aller Art und Größe, einschließlich Marine- und Handelsschiffe sowie Freizeitboote. MtuNautIQ ist für Neubauten sowie zur Nachrüstung konzipiert. Es besteht aus Kontroll- und Steuerungslösungen von der Brücke bis zum Propeller. HANSA – International Maritime Journal 10 | 2021 65

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