Low emission solutions for the Norwegian Directorate of Fisheries` new high-speed vessel
BOS Power has signed a new contract with Oma Baatbyggeri for delivery of low emission propulsion systems to the Norwegian Directorate of Fisheries` new high-speed vessel.
BOS Power will deliver IMO Tier III certified propulsion systems consisting of 4 x MTU 10V 2000 M72 engines with an output of 900 kW each @ 2250rpm, and SCR aftertreatment systems. The engines, together with the SCR systems, reduce emissions in accordance with the IMO Tier III maritime emission standard that came in to force 1st of January this year. The environmentally friendly system will reduce NOx emissions by up to 75%, compared with IMO Tier II, contributing to reducing the vessels environmental footprint.
We are proud to supply environmentally friendly propulsion systems to the new vessel, contributing to reduction in emissions along the Norwegian coast.
We have a long-standing relationship with both the shipyard, Oma Baatbyggeri, and the vessel operator, Norled and I`m delighted that we have continued our successful collaboration.
The BOS power IMO Tier III system is based on the market leading MTU Series 2000 engine, rated for fast moving-vessels with high load factors offering low fuel consumption. The system is a light-weight and compact solution, with an excellent power-to-weight ratio. Both the engine and the aftertreatment system is based on proven technology and has been successfully installed in vessels all over the world. The modular solution makes it adjustable to any engine room, allowing for maximum utilization of engine room space.
Variety of tasks
The 39-meter-long vessel, with a top speed of over 33knots, is designed to perform a variety of tasks, such as fishing controls, retrieval of lost fishing gear and costal data collection.
Scoop of supply
BOS Power IMO Tier III solutions includes
- 4 x MTU 10V 2000 M72, engine effect pr. engine, 900kW@2250rpm
- 4 x SCR Aftertreatment systems LE marine
- Control cabinet
- Urea dozing unit
- Urea tank
- Automation in engine room LOP