Central Cooling System

This technology is not confined to the engine room. Plate heat exchangers are also used in refrigeration, air conditioning, and tank cleaning systems just to name a few.

Without proper training, potential problems may include:

  • Fouling and frequent opening up of the unit for cleaning
  • High cost due to damage occurred during unnecessary maintenance
  • Permanent deposits
  • Insufficient cooling
  • Corrosion and leakage
  • Incorrect operating procedures
  • Cross contamination between liquids
 

Pumps

Installed in a variety of systems. Not only systems that service the diesel engine, but other systems such as ballast, bilge, domestic fresh water, boiler feed water, fuel systems, lube oil systems, and sewage systems.

Without proper training, potential problems may include:

  • Loss of suction
  • Low discharge pressure
  • Excessive noise/vibration
  • Excessive pump wear
  • Poor and costly maintenance
 

Fresh Water Generator System

Conversion of sea water into fresh water by vacuum distillation to supply high quality fresh water for all domestic and process needs.

Without proper training, potential problems may include:

  • Difficulty in raising vacuum
  • Low fresh water production
  • Scale build up on evaporator plates
  • High salinity in fresh water