Danish pump producer Svanehøj has launched its newly developed environmentally pleasant Flow Control system, which automates the control of electrical cargo pumps on tankers.
The launch of the newly developed software-based management system follows a successful take a look at in collaboration with the Swedish transport firm Furetank on the P&C tanker Fure Ven. The 18,000 DWT vessel was inbuilt 2019 as considered one of Furetank’s V-Series, a new generation of climate-smart P&C tankers.
Svanehøj’ เกจวัดแรงดัน makes it faster, easier, and more efficient to operate electric cargo pumps. It ensures an optimum changeover between tanks and pumps in parallel, reducing the time wanted for cargo discharge by as a lot as 20% as a result of the system will automatically operate on the optimum duty level. It permits the operator to take full management of the pumps, simplifying the whole cargo discharge operation without putting in any additional hardware.
diaphragm seal is among the first vessels at Furetank to have electrical cargo pumps put in. The company has recorded a 25% reduction in energy and gas consumption in relation to cargo discharge operations compared to vessels in the fleet which have hydraulic pumps.