Redundancy, reducing exhaust emissions and fuel consumption as well as optimizing the EEDI Index are important arguments for a new ship design. RENK recently launched their new MARHY (maritime hybrid) system, which is the result of implementing well-known and proven standard components making the hybrid system affordable and reliable for many applications.
Two-stroke diesel engines have a very high efficiency up to 55% combined with a simple and reliable technique. These benefits make the engine still irreplaceable in the future. The MARHY package can be added to this propulsion system quite easily. The vessel gets a full redundant propulsion system that fulfils classification requirements like Bureau Veritas AVM-APS, Lloyds Register PMRL and the “safe return to port” requirement for passenger vessels.
Hazardous cargo in chemical tankers, container or crude oil vessels can be transported in restricted areas.
RENK supplies the whole package consisting of a tunnel gear box, a propeller shaft clutch (PSC), an electric motor, a frequency converter and couplings.
Exhibitor: RENK AG