An Overview of Device-Based Anti-Fouling Treatments in Marine Vessels

January 7th, 2022

What is an Anti-fouling system? In the maritime industry, it is either a device, paint, or surface coating. And it stops ships from becoming floating biofouling platforms. These devices and coatings prevent marine growths from affecting ship functions, so corrosion prevention is a core precept here, as is ship efficiency. Additionally, those biological contaminants use […]

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Your Ultimate Guide to Marine Engine’s Lubricating Systems

December 17th, 2021

Heavy-duty shaft bearings are durable and dependable mechanisms. Unfortunately, even a high-performing piece of equipment won’t last long if it’s starved of its lubricating agent. Kemel shaft bearings deal with that shortcoming by using a familiar engineering approach. Basically, instead of hitting the problem head-on, the Kemel solution adopts a divide and conquer strategy. Split […]

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An Overview of Purifier Separators and Their Uses and Applications

December 3rd, 2021

Let’s face it turbine lubricants handle lots of stress. In ship systems, beleaguered marine turbines run hot. The moving parts rub against each other and cause huge pressure spikes to propagate through the innermost chambers of the machinery. There’s a heap of fluid and mechanical energy in play in there, but an enhanced oily substance […]

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Air Vs Water Cooling Compressors: Learn Their Differences To Know The Best For Your Engine

November 19th, 2021

Choosing between an air-cooled or water-cooled Yanmar compressor, as described in this post, boat owners have learned to equip their vessels with powerful and reliable auxiliary machines. We’re revisiting this subject, which means we’re putting the two cooling technologies back under the microscope. The goal is to definitively illustrate the differences that exist between air […]

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How to Regulate Your Shipboard’s Fuel Lines with High-Quality Marine Valves and Fittings

November 5th, 2021

Fuel lines are threading their way past equipment blocks in the engine room. Hydraulic tubes are zipping along a wall to a workshop, where the pressurised gas powers groups of tools. A branching line heads below decks, perhaps making a beeline towards the generator starter. Then there are cold water and superheated steam, boilers, and […]

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