Marine Diesel Engine Fuel Savings With ETI’s UltraBurn®

By George Backwell at October 11, 2013 23:19
Filed Under: New Technology
Fuel saving with cost-effective exhaust gas emissions reduction was recently documented by two American ferry operators who installed the UltraBurn® Combustion Catalyst System in vessels plying routes in the Pacific Northwest. Houston-based Emissions Technology (ETI) provided the system for the main and auxiliary diesel engines of the three public authority ferries. M/V Guemes Island Ferry: Photo credit CCL Dustin Creviston Skagit County Ferry Operations Division reported a reduction in black smoke of over 43% and double digit reductions in other emissions aboard their M/V Guemes Island Ferry earlier this year. More recently Pierce County Public Works and Utilities Division recorded fuel cost savings of  32% during a six month working period (ending September 2013) by their ferries M/V Steilacoom II and M/V Christine. How does the system work?Basically the UltraBurn Combustion Catalyst System improves heavy duty diesel engine performance by stimulating a more complete burn th... [More]

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