Eltronic FuelTech A/S presents the new Fuel Valve Train and Fuel Supply & Recirculation System for ammonia fuel operation. Ensuring that the International Maritime Organization (IMO) targets of reducing the vessel-related CO2 emissions by at least 40% in 2030 are met requires decarbonized marine fuels. Green ammonia is a zero carbon fuel, and is considered the most feasible fully decarbonized fuel to be used within the shipping industry in order to meet the reduction in CO2 required by IMO.
We provide a comprehensive system spanning from the tank to the engine, thereby streamlining your procurement process by eliminating the need for multiple suppliers. Furthermore, we offer tailored service solutions for all equipment procured from Eltronic FuelTech A/S.
Eltronic FuelTech’s Fuel Supply & Recirculation System NH3 is at complete turnkey solution which is able to provide ammonia to the MAN ES ME-LGI-A engine. The system consists of equipment and components fitted to handle the ammonia as well as the tough marine environment.
The Eltronic FuelTech Fuel Supply & Recirculation System NH3 consists of process equipment complete with pumps, heat exchanger, heating/cooling loop, duplex filter and recirculation tanks, that will safely secure the flow of ammonia to and from the MAN ES ME-LGI-A engine at the needed pressure and temperature.
A Nitrogen purge connection is incorporated into the Fuel Supply & Recirculation System. This is needed in order to purge the engine, and is designed to prevent back flow of fuel to the nitrogen source. Furthermore, the system consists of a control cabinet to be installed in safe area, from where all processes of the Fuel Supply & Recirculation System are controlled. This control system secures safe and stable operation, recirculation and purging of the Fuel Supply & Recirculation System NH3.
The Fuel Valve Train NH3 is a block and bleed valve configuration designed to provide isolation capability between the ammonia fuel supply system and the dual fuel engine. In case of a normal shutdown or emergency shutdown, the Fuel Valve Train will disengage the fuel supply to the engine and send excess fuel from the engine to the recirculation system or vent system. A nitrogen purge connection is incorporated into the Fuel Valve Train. This is needed in order to purge the engine, and is designed to prevent back flow of fuel to the nitrogen source.
The benefits of the Fuel Valve Train include filtration of media as well as temperature and pressure monitoring between fuel supply system and engine. The Fuel Valve Train is controlled by the engine control system.