Gears - Delivering power to propulsion

    The marine reduction gear is a key element of the propulsion system, enabling the main engine and the propeller to operate at optimum speeds. Other functions such as a propeller thrust bearing, multiple-disc clutches, power take-off for shaft generators and power take-in for electric motors can also be incorporated in the gear.  

Our Solutions

  • Sten Idun
    Sten Idun

    Sten Idun is a 16400 dwt Chemical Tanker with a Wärtsilä equipment package of engines, gear and propulsors. Sten Idun vas commissioned 2003 and features a PTI booster and takes me home mode.

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    JS INEOS Insight

    The highly advanced technological solutions that Wärtsilä provides makes these ships the most modern and environmentally sustainable gas carriers ever built.

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  • Voyager

    The Voyager is deployed in the Irish Sea. Pelagic trawlers are huge vessels built for deep sea fishing, with facilities for keeping the catch fresh over prolonged periods at sea. The hull is designed to ensure safety, and to give good fuel efficiency and high speed.

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  • Quantus

    The Quantus is a modern trawler designed and built for efficient fishing. The vessel incorporates a number of innovative ideas, including a new hull form designed to combine optimum steaming and towing characteristics with fuel efficiency.

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  • Libas

    The Libas, delivered 2004, is a combined purse seiner and trawler designed by Wärtsilä Ship Design for the future needs of the global pelagic fleet.

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  • Hirta

    The MPV Hirta, launched in 2008, has a diesel electric propulsion system comprising three Wärtsilä 9L20 engines driving a reduction gear and a controllable pitch propeller.

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