ship engines

Wärtsilä extends cooperation with WinGD

According to the agreement Wärtsilä will be an authorized global service provider for all WinGD products and will provide WinGD and its customers access to Wärtsilä’s worldwide service network and comprehensive services offering. The agreement includes services conducted for two-stroke engines delivered under Wärtsilä, Sulzer and WinGD brands.

MAN L51/60DF engine passes Type Approval Test

MAN Diesel and Turbo announced that its L51/60DF engine successfully passed its Type Approval Test, which ran from October 17 at the company’s Augsburg works in Germany, in front of the industry’s main classification societies.

ExxonMobil data drives insight into engines failure

ExxonMobil reveals its new MobilGard Cylinder Condition Monitoring programme which is designed to help optimise engine protection and reduce operating costs. The company says that data analysis can provide insight into feed rates, component wear and engine failure.

Green shipping practices discussed in 2017 P&E Conference

Taking place between the 10th-11th May in Hamburg, the Motorship 39th Propulsion & Emissions Conference offered insight into the latest developments within engine and propeller design, as well as maintenance. The programme featured technical presentations, case studies and panel discussions, as well as interaction with the speakers directly though the P&E App.

MOL’s learning program on bio fuels completed in Tokyo

MOL announced the completion, on February 10, of this year’s Project Based Learning program at the University of Tokyo. MOL provided the theme “Application of bio fuels for diesel engines on ocean shipping vessels” and support throughout the process of defining and solving tasks in research conducted by the students.


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