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Whitepaper
Optimisation and upgrade solutions during dry-docking

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Wärtsilä

Published 19 Nov 2020
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Published 19 Nov 2020

Authors:

Wärtsilä

Optimisation and upgrade solutions during dry-docking

Ships now have to comply with the D2-2 standard, meaning they must have a ballast water treatment system installed. This white paper aims to highlight the regulations and requirements needed for ship operators to be able to operate in sensitive waters. It will also expand on the other complementary services ship operators can action in addition to ballast water, such as upgrading shaft seals, bearings and installing complementary monitoring systems to support towards enhancing operations.

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Contents

  1. Introduction
  2. Ballast Water Management Systems (BWMS)
  3. Why treatment is needed
  4. Environmental leadership
  5. Risk reduction
  6. Risk of system breakdown if water enters the stern tube
  7. Eliminating oil leakage
  8. Our seals and bearings portfolio
  9. Wärtsilä Airguard seal
  10. Environmentally friendly solution
  11. Wärtsilä Portable Condition Based Monitoring System
  12. Dynamic alignment
  13. Wärtsilä Portable Condition Based Monitoring System
  14. How does the portable condition based monitoring service work?
  15. Securing vessel uptime
  16. Wärtsilä Shaft Line Repair Services
  17. Summary

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Wärtsilä