Interesting article based on interview with Chris-Marine’s CEO Jens Groth.
The article, written by Greg Trauthwein, describes Chris-Marine’s transition from being a traditional company manufacturing tools for repair and service of big diesel engines, to a company that today also provides service solutions, monitoring solutions and consultancy.
The article also mentions key developments, like Chris-Marine’s ShaPoLi system, which enables existing ships to meet the minimal energy efficiency level to comply with the upcoming regulations.
Thanks to the success and high demand for our ShaPoLi system we are opening a new production line. The ShaPoLi systems, which are currently produced by Chris-Marine Germany, will now be produced in Sweden as well to meet the demand from customers around the world.
We are now taking orders for delivery in June 2023, so please don’t hesitate to contact us!
The Chris-Marine ShaPoLi system is compliant with the IACS (EEXI Implementation Guideline) and MEPC.335(76), independent from the engine automation.
For more information about Chris-Marine’s ShaPoLi solution, Shaft Power Meter, or CII monitoring solution, please contact one of our 9 global offices or any of our partners located in your region
Interesting article about Chris-Marine’s ShaPoLi system, written by Clive Woodbridge for Shiprepair & Maintenance.
In addition to describing Chris-Marine’s ShaPoLi system, Clive Woodbridge also mentions other key developments at
Chris-Marine during the past year.
We are very happy to announce the Type Approval of our Chris-Marine ShaPoLi system by RINA and DNV.
Our ShaPoLi solution is compliant with the IMO MEPC.335(76) and the IACS Rec. 172. Guidelines.
As the new EEXI regulation will impact shipowners worldwide within a short timeframe, our ShaPoLi system independent from the engine automation is an important tool to help vessels be compliant in a cost-efficient way.
Many thanks to the RINA and DNV teams for the great collaboration during this approval process.
For more information about the Chris-Marine ShaPoLi solution, Shaft Power Meter or CII monitoring solution, please contact one of our 9 global offices or any of our partners located in your region.
We are pleased to announce that Chris-Marine USA relocates to a larger facility.
The new facility will be the Americas Hub for all Chris-Marine, Obel-P and LEMAG products & services, and offers us the opportunity to better serve our customers by increasing spare parts inventory, machine repair capabilities, training and rental machines.
Operations will start on November 1, 2022.
Chris-Marine USA, LLC
2580 N Powerline Rd. Suite 605
Pompano Beach, FL 33069
Phone numbers and email addresses will remain the same.
We look forward to continuing to serve your needs from our new location!
We are pleased to announce that certificates for our Shaftpower Limitation Solution, Chris-Marine® ShaPoLi are dropping in.
Last week, we received Certificate of Approval in Principle for our Chris-Marine® ShaPoLi system, from RINA Classification Society.
In addition, our ShaPoLi Onboard Management Manual (OMM) of our EEXI installation on the vessel “Morning Calm” owned by Wallenius, has been approved by the Korean Register KR.
We are thrilled about the recognition of our engineering and the great collaboration we have had with RINA and the Korean Register.
The Chris-Marine ShaPoLi system is compliant with the IACS (EEXI Implementation Guideline) and MEPC.335(76), independent from the engine automation.
For more information about Chris-Marine’s ShaPoLi solution, Shaft Power Meter, or CII monitoring solution, please contact one of our 9 global offices or any of our partners located in your region.
To watch our ShaPoLi video, please visit: Chris-Marine ShaPoLi Solution – YouTube
Don’t hesitate to contact us with any inquiries you may have!
Chris-Marine will exhibit its Monitoring equipment at SMM in Hamburg on September 6 to 9. In addition, we are delighted to celebrate 60 years as a company at SMM 2022 in Hamburg. Customers and other visitors are welcome to join us for a drink and a chat in booth A3.402 throughout the week.
It’s not a secret that IMO has set the target to mitigate CO2 emissions from ships by at least 40% by 2030 compared to 2008 levels. IMO has therefore adopted EEXI and CII, a set of amendments to existing regulations to reduce greenhouse gas emissions from vessels.
To help customers comply with the EEXI requirements, Chris-Marine has developed a Shaft Power Limitation solution (Chris-Marine ShaPoLi) that will enable existing ships to meet the minimal energy efficiency level to comply with the upcoming regulations. We feel privileged to be able to give SMM visitors a chance to meet with our experts face-to-face and learn more about the advantages of Chris-Marine ShaPoLi.
On display in our booth, we will therefore have products like LEMAG ECI, LEMAG Shaftpower and LEMAG SPEAT. We will also showcase our state-of the-art liner condition camera, Chris-Marine LCC. The camera provides a full view of the cylinder liner and is a complement to the LDM. Together, LCC and LDM guarantee unbeatable precision when determining cylinder liner condition.
Our experienced technical experts will be present throughout the week to demonstrate our products and methods. This is an excellent opportunity to get a closer look at our products and get questions answered by our experts.
On September 6 to 8, we will have a get-together in our booth at 13.00 and hope to see you there for some lunch tapas.
Last but not least, on Wednesday, September 7, we are celebrating our 60-year anniversary as a company. We would therefore like to welcome you to our booth at 15.00 to celebrate this special occasion.
We look forward to meeting you soon in booth A3.402.
For more information, please contact:
Sales & Marketing Director, Chris-Marine
Tel: +45 4498 3839
The IMO has set the target to mitigate CO2 emissions from ships by at least 40% by 2030 compared to 2008 levels. To meet this target, IMO has adopted EEXI and CII, a set of amendments to existing regulations to reduce greenhouse gas emissions from vessels. To help its customers comply with EEXI requirements, Chris-Marine has developed a Shaft Power Limitation solution that will enable existing ships to meet the minimal energy efficiency level to comply with the upcoming regulations.
Watch Chris-Marine ShaPoLi solution VIDEO
The IMO Marine Environment Protection Committee (MEPC) held its 78th session from June 6 to 10, 2022. Highlights included the finalization of guidelines for EEXI, CII and SEEMP. Additionally, after being reviewed and noted by the MEPC 78 committee, the new “EEXI Implementation Guidelines” were finally approved and published by the International Association of Classification Societies IACS.
The new IACS recommendation (No. 172) confirms that a Shaft Power Limitation system (“ShaPoLi”), independent from the engine automation, fulfills all the IMO requirements according to MEPC resolution 335(76).
The system must constantly monitor and alert the Master or the OICNW in the bridge in case the power exceeds the limit predefined by EEXI calculation and 2 options are available for the crew:
The Chris-Marine ShaPoLi system meets all the requirements for the installation onboard to be approved, under reference to the explanations stated in IACS guidelines.
At Chris-Marine, we are well prepared to deliver many systems within the brief time available for retrofit and compliance.
Moreover, the revised 2022 EEXI guidelines MEPC.1/Circ.902 now provide a method for in-service performance measurements for cases where the speed-power curve is not available, or the sea trial report does not contain the EEDI or design load draught condition. The ship speed (Vref) can be obtained from the in-service performance measurement method for the purpose of EEXI calculation. One of the most important aspects of a successful in-service performance measurement procedure is the preparation. Relevant instruments should be calibrated and their operational conditions prior to the commencement of the trials should be confirmed by the verifier. Among those sensors, but not limited to, that the ship should be equipped with are a shaft torque meter, anemometer and fuel flow meter which are offered in our Chris-Marine monitoring portfolio.
The International Maritime Organization (IMO) is introducing new mandatory measures to cut the carbon intensity of international shipping and improve ship energy efficiency – the Energy Efficiency Existing Ship Index (EEXI) and Carbon Intensity Indicator (CII) – which are coming into effect from January 1, 2023.
Despite the impending implementation of the measures, ship owners can swiftly prepare their fleets for compliance with the help of Chris-Marine’s ShaPoLi solution, which was designed to meet all technical, operational and time requirements.
Getting a ship ready for compliance doesn’t have to be a time-consuming and expensive process. Our ShaPoLi technology enables you to achieve EEXI requirements while adhering to a limited deadline. This technology safely and effectively limits shaft power during normal operation, regardless of the engine control-system or powertrain combination onboard.
How to join
For more than five decades, Chris-Marine has designed, manufactured, and sold engine maintenance machines for 2- and 4-stroke diesel engines. Today, our machines are world-renowned for their high quality and user friendliness.
Our mission is to help our customers optimize the running of their engines in a more sustainable way.
We accomplish this by offering world class engine monitoring & maintenance solutions and products to engine builders, ship owners, shipyards, workshops, and power plants around the world.
Welcome to our World!
MAN Holeby and Chris-Marine have developed a new cylinder liner honing procedure for MAN 4-stroke small-bore cylinder liners. Don’t miss the opportunity to watch the instruction video.
The new cylinder liner honing procedure applies for the following MAN engine types:
MAN L28/32DF, V28/32S, L28/32S, L27/38S, L27/38, L23/30DF, L23/30S, L23/30HMk3, L23/30H-Mk2, L23/30H, L21/31S, L21/31-Mk2, L21/31, L16/24S and L16/24.
Watch the instruction video here: MAN 4-stroke small-bore medium speed honing procedure of cylinder liner – YouTube
In this webinar you will find out how to keep engine maintenance costs at a minimum while performing timely, high-precision engine maintenance according to engine makers’ specifications.
Whether you are a new or well-established workshop – self-sufficient or in transition to become independent -knowledge, support and guidance is key to successful business.
The purpose of this event is to share best practice information with you and let you know how Chris-Marine’s one-stop-supplier concept can help you overcome your maintenance challenges and deliver the highest level of operational skills while cost-efficiently contributing to more sustainable engine operation.
As an independent third party, Chris-Marine is regularly consulted by workshops and power plants who wish to receive more in-depth knowledge on usage of machines, best practise and how to reach approved results of engine repair work. Chris-Marine offers an extensive range of products: from cleaning to machining and final testing, and much more. In addition, we offer:
• Technical support
• Repair & installation services
• Product training
• Spares & consumables
• Equipment for rent
• Service agreements
• One-stop-supplier concept
• Latest products
• Show casing examples were Chris-Marine’s one-stop-supplier concept has helped
customers save time and money while getting maintenance results corresponding to
engine makers’ requirements
• Special limited deals for participants of this webinar ONLY
This unique webinar will be facilitated by Regional Managers Mr. Sayed Asad and Mr. José Miranda as well as by Mr. Krister Larsson, expert on workshop Setup, Assistance and Maintenance.
• August 31, 2021, at 10.00 CET
• September 1, 2021, at 19.00 CET
• September 2, 2021, at 07.00 CET
HOW TO JOIN
If you are interested in securing a place, please send an e-mail to Kasper Ödegaard:
In this webinar you will find out how to detect scuffing and how to recondition your liners so you don’t have to replace them.
It’s a much more cost-efficient, environmentally friendly and sustainable way to keep those engines running.
The purpose of this event is to update you, since our last session in Nov. 2020, on the current market situation and the challenges ship owners clearly face with their liners. It is a fact, that the engines produced today have a significantly shorter lifetime than they used to. The low sulphur initiative has now proven to negatively affect the wear of your cylinder liners.
More and more scrubber installations take place too, with cold corrosion as a result. But scuffed cylinders can be reconditioned if the problem is detected in time. In this session we will go through processes that can help you maximize the lifetime of your liners in the most sustainable, cost-efficient, and environmentally friendly way.
As an independent third party, Chris-Marine is regularly consulted by ship owners and global engine manufacturers who wish to receive more in-depth knowledge when it comes to cylinder condition monitoring & reconditioning. Chris-Marine has, in addition to measuring and collecting data from a significant number of cylinders, also helped developing reconditioning procedures with engine manufacturers such as MAN and Wärtsilä. We would like to share our knowledge and findings with you during the webinar.
Daniel Grunditz, Chief Technology Officer and expert on Cylinder Liner Condition Monitoring & Maintenance.
How to Join
If you wish to secure a place, please contact Mr. Spencer Dugan or one of your Chris-Marine contacts.
We’re happy to welcome José G. Vargas to the Chris-Marine family. José will head Chris-Marine USA and will be based in Pompano beach in Florida, USA.
José has over 20 years of experience developing global business within the marine industry & the power generation industry. He has a profound knowledge of North America, the Caribbean and Latin America, where he has spent a significant amount of years working with customers. Previously, José has worked at companies like Wärtsilä, MSHS Group and STX.
“We are very delighted to have José onboard. José has just the experience and can-do attitude that Chris-Marine needs to serve its customers in the Americas and grow the business even further. We wish José good luck in his new position”, says Alexander Malt, Sales & Marketing Director at Chris-Marine AB.
HON 2A is a fully automatic honing & deglazing machine for on-site honing of large 2-stroke cylinder liners. The machine is easily operated directly on the engine. With optional holding equipment, the honing machine can be used directly on liners, outside the engine. Honing rectifies the shape of the liner, removes scuffing and restores surface cross pattern.
The purpose of this event is to highlight the current market situation and the challenges ship owners face with their liners. It is a fact, that the engines produced today have a significantly shorter lifetime than they used to. The low sulfur initiative has now proven to negatively affect the wear of your cylinder liners.
As an independent third party, Chris-Marine is regularly consulted by ship owners and global engine manufacturers who wish to receive more in-depth knowledge when it comes to cylinder condition monitoring & reconditioning.
During 2020, Mr. Daniel Grunditz, Chief Technology Officer at Chris-Marine, and his team have measured and collected data from a significant number of cylinders and would like to share the findings with you during the webinar. In addition, we will share best-practice information developed together with leading engine manufacturers.
Daniel Grunditz, Chief Technology Officer and expert on Cylinder Liner Condition Monitoring & Maintenance.
Dec. 3rd, 2020 at 10 am CET
For shipowners in Europe
Dec. 3rd, 2020 at 6 pm CET
For shipowners in the Americas
Please send an e-mail with your name, company name and e-mail address to Spencer Dugan:
Our service offering in the Americas now includes sales, installation, training, and service of all Chris-Marine machines. Our technical support team is highly specialized in maintenance of Chris-Marine®, Obel-P® and LEMAG® equipment and will help customers optimize the performance of their Chris-Marine equipment. The team is made up of Chris-Marine super-users with many years of combined experience as marine engineers, chief engineers, and work managers at leading shipyards.
Apart from having outstanding technical skills our team of super-users come with a can-do attitude second to none. They can work alone or together with your staff 24/7 to keep those engines running.
Areas of expertise
• Performance Monitoring Vessel and engine performance monitoring
• Condition Monitoring Fuel pump & injector valve testing, liner wear and piston ring condition monitoring
• Cylinder Liner Maintenance Liner wear-edge removal, honing, deglazing, and wave cutting. Lubrication quills and grooves machining. Sealing surfaces grinding, milling and lathe turning.
• Engine & Engine Block Maintenance Sealing surfaces grinding, milling and lathe turning. Cooling water leakage repair.
• Cylinder Head/Cover Maintenance Valve seat, recess, and spindle grinding. Sealing surfaces grinding, milling and lathe turning.
• Cleaning Spray-wash cleaning and ultrasonic cleaning of engine components.
• Other Flatness surface blade machining (propellers, liners, anges) Instrument calibration services
• You staff needs help with installation of Chris-Marine equipment.
• You want to make sure that your team is using the very best procedures when carrying out jobs with equipment from
Chris-Marine®, Obel-P® or LEMAG®.
• A service job is coming up, but you are lacking capacity or know-how to carry out the job.
1850 N.W. 15th Avenue
City of Pompano Beach, Suite 225
Phone: +1 786 212 9592
We are proud to be part of the Danish Maritime industry, where Chris-Marine together with 12 Danish maritime stakeholders have helped ReFlow with data to produce a case study on circular economy.
The case study showcases how the industry can significantly reduce its indirect emissions by implementing the principles of the circular economy and increasing the use of re-manufactured components.
By maintaining your engine with Chris-Marine machines, you are automatically helping our industry to take our environmental responsibility seriously.
Dear valued customer,
In light of the current Covid-19 outbreak we wish to inform you of Chris-Marine’s planned actions with regard to safety and business practice.
We are taking all necessary precautions to protect the health safety of our employees and visitors to our offices and workshops. We are closely monitoring information regarding the virus and we adhere to local regulations and recommendations in the countries where Chris-Marine has offices. We continue our business operations as efficiently as we can while keeping the safety of our employees a priority.
We make sure that our staff carefully and regularly wash their hands and people are encouraged to work from home as much as possible. Employees who are not feeling well must stay at home. We currently don’t travel but provide support remotely and conduct our meetings via telephone or skype.
During challenging times companies and individuals find ways to collaborate and support each other. Chris-Marine can provide engine maintenance equipment for sale or rental, and we can assist our customers with training and support remotely.
Please don’t hesitate to contact us at email@example.com if you need support.
The Chris-Marine Team
Chris-Marine AB opens a new establishment in Miami, USA, in order to serve its North Americas customer base even better.
The new office, headed by Chris-Marine’s Dennis Karlsen, will offer technical and sales support to Chris-Marine customers in North America.
To contact the sales team in Miami, please call +1 786 212 9592 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
On May 8 – 9, Chris-Marine exhibited at the Maritime Day in Mariehamn, Åland.
Åland Maritime Day has been organized since 2001 and includes an exhibition for ship owners & suppliers, maritime schools and other maritime organizations, as well as seminars covering industry.
This was the second time Chris-Marine participated and we didn’t get disappointed. We once again had two interesting days meeting with people from companies and organsations within the marine sector.
Action at the Chris-Marine stand
On May 7, Chris-Marine hosted a seminar in Singapore. This was the third seminar in a series of six seminars taking place in Singapore, Germany and Denmark.
Present at the seminar were ship owners and experts from Chris-Marine who shared their knowledge and collected survey data on cylinder liner condition and monitoring. The seminar was very interesting and a great success.
Thank you all for participating!
HON X2 is a portable honing machine complete with pneumatic hoist for on-site use,
for large 4-stroke and 2-stroke diesel engines.
HON X2 replaces Chris-Marine’s honing machine HON X and has a range of new features.
NEW product features
General product features
Chris-Marine has recently introduced vibration dampers for honing heads in order to minimize head wear, avoid vibration patterns in the cylinder liner and improve productivity.
We are pleased to announce that we now offer LEMAG ECI system calibration, to ensure the quality of our customers’ instruments.
LEMAG ECI is an electronic cylinder pressure indication, which improves engine uptime and lowers operating costs by allowing technicians to balance, fine-tune and monitor main and auxiliary engines.
For more information, please see LEMAG ECI product sheet.
Chris-Marine has recently made improvements to our honing machine HON S in order to enhance safety and ease-of-use.
Remote control box
The control handles for driving speed and stone pressure have been moved from the honing machine to the same external control box where the reset and emergency buttons are situated. This makes HON S much easier and even safer to use.
Chain slack detector (optional)
The patented chain slack detector stops the machine if there is slack in the chain from the hoist. This can occur for instance if the stone pressure is too high, thus preventing the honing head from sliding down in the liner.
Those customers who already have a HON S will get a chance to upgrade their HON S by purchasing an upgrade kit.
There will be two versions of the upgrade kit:
1)Remote control box + chain slack detector
2)Remote control box
Product descriptionHON S is an automatic honing machine for restoration of medium speed engine cylinder liner geometry and surface structure.
For workshop and in-situ use.
We would like to thank everyone who participated, dropped by our booth and made this event so special!
Chris-Marine AB has signed a performance agreement with Stena Group and will be the main supplier of maintenance and monitoring equipment for Stena Group’s existing fleet and newbuildings.
We look forward to delivering world-class solutions to Stena Group!
If you have any questions, please contact:
Chris-Marine will exhibit its range of quality maintenance machines and methods for diesel engines at SMM in Hamburg, Germany, on September 4-7. You will find us in our indoor booth A3.402 as well as our outdoor booth A2.FG.9.
This year, for the first time, visitors will get a chance to determine the condition of a real cylinder liner in the Chris-Marine booth. This will be done with the help of the Chris-Marine LDM, a liner diameter measuring tool that has been designed and developed for accurate measuring of cylinder liner diameter without the need to remove cylinder head or valve housing.
In addition, we are privileged to be able to introduce our new state-of the-art liner condition camera, Chris-Marine LCC, at this year’s SMM. The camera provides a full view of the cylinder liner and is a complement to the LDM. Together, the LCC and the LDM guarantee unbeatable precision when determining liner condition and give a clear indication of required maintenance work such as honing.
Don’t miss out on this unique opportunity to find out LIVE how to save costs during dry docking and avoid emergency maintenance!
On display in our indoor booth we will also have products such as LEMAG ECI, LEMAG Shaftpower and LEMAG SPEAT. In our outdoor booth we have our mobile workshop where machines like BSP-30, FPG, VPUD 1100 SV, HPU, VSL and VRL will be showcased.
Our experienced technical experts will be present throughout the week to demonstrate our state of the art products and methods. This is an excellent opportunity to get a closer look at our products and get questions answered by our experts.
Each day we will have a get-together in our indoor stand at 16.00.
Hope to see you there for some Scandinavian tapas.
For more information, please contact:
Chris-Marine will exhibit part of its range of quality maintenance machines and methods for diesel engines at the Danish Maritime Fair taking place in Copenhagen on May 2 – 4. You will find us in stand 0270.
During the exhibition, visitors will have opportunity to meet the Chris-Marine team and learn more about the latest product developments and additions to our product portfolio, including:
Our experienced technical experts will be present throughout the week to demonstrate our products and methods. This is an excellent opportunity to get a closer look at our products and get your questions answered by our experts. Welcome!
We look forward to seeing you in Copenhagen!
For more information, please contact:
Dennis Karlsen, Area Sales Manager
Mobile: +45 23463844
Check out our brand new product catalogue. It contains all you need to know about our “Complete Maintenance Solutions for 2-stroke & 4-stroke Diesel and Gas Engines”. Our mission is to provide our customers with state-of-the-art engine care solutions to optimize the running of their engines in order to save time and money with minimum environmental impact.
Find out what we can do for you!
Chris-Marine will exhibit its range of quality maintenance machines and methods for diesel engines at
IRANIMEX 2017 in Kish Island, 12-14 December. You will find us in the international hall, stand 223/4.
You will meet the Chris-Marine team and learn more about the latest product developments and additions to our product portfolio, including:
Our experienced technical experts will be present throughout the week to demonstrate our products and methods. This is an excellent opportunity to get a closer look at our products and get questions answered by our experts. Welcome!
We look forward to seeing you in Iran!
For more information, please contact:
Sayed Asad, Area Sales Manager
Mobile: +45 51631660
Malmö, Sweden, October 12, 2016 – Chris-Marine AB today announces its acquisition of monitoring products from German company LEMAG LEHMANN & MICHELS GmbH (LEMAG). The products will complement Chris-Marine’s portfolio of products and services and will further strengthen Chris-Marine’s position as a leading supplier of quality maintenance products and methods for maintenance of combustion engines.
The products that will be integrated in Chris-Marine’s range of products are LEMAG® SPEAT, Shaftpower®, Cylinder Pressure Indicators, Calibration tools and Crankshaft Deflection Indicators.
In connection with the acquisition, Chris-Marine establishes a subsidiary in Germany with key employees from LEMAG. The new Chris-Marine office will be situated at the LEMAG premises in Rellingen close to Hamburg.
”We are welcoming our new colleagues and their expertise to the Chris-Marine family and we are really excited about the integration of LEMAG’s quality monitoring instruments into the Chris-Marine portfolio of products,” says Jens Groth, CEO Chris-Marine/IOP Marine.
“The LEMAG range of monitoring instruments not only complements our own range of products for combustion engines, but also supports our business idea to help customers optimize the running of their engines in order to save time and money while keeping the environment in mind,” Jens Groth continues.
The Chris-Marine VRL is a dual-purpose tool for maintenance of medium-speed diesel engine cylinder heads and it facilitates complete maintenance of cylinder head air intake / exhaust valve seats and seat pockets.
The VRL can be used for maintenance of cylinder head valve seats, which can be restored to their original contact angle and surface geometry and surface roughness. The VRL can also be used for renovation of cylinder heads where seat pockets have experienced corrosion or been scratched in connection with change of seat.
Use the VRL to machine to suitable oversize and insert relevant oversize seat. The VRL cutting angle can be adjusted and the VRL is compatible with the majority of medium-speed 4-stroke engines, including but not limited to engines from Wärtsilä, MAN, Pielstick, HiMSEN and Rolls Royce.
Recently, Chris-Marine introduced next generation of VRL mounting spindles. The spindles are auto-centering and allows for quick positioning of VRL machine on cylinder head. In addition, these spindles features a cut-out in the central part of the spindle, allowing a small measurement tool to be used while VRL is in place. This makes it very quick to check result of machining and reduces time spent on completion of recess machining job with more than 50%.
The new VRL mounting spindles are available for existing VRL’s and will be standard for new VRLs unless otherwise agreed. Along with the new generation of VRL guiding spindles, we also introduce a special toolkit for measuring of the machining result with the VRL in place.
Contact us for more information or a quote for the new spindles and the toolkit.
To learn more about the VRL, check out the product page for technical information, product sheet, pictures and video!
Chris-Marine & IOP Marine will be exhibiting at the CIMAC Congress in Helsinki taking place on June 6-10, 2016 at the Finlandia Hall.
You will meet the Chris-Marine & IOP Marine team on the Verandah floor, booth 0-12. Visitors will have the chance to experience several of the latest additions to our product portfolio, including the recently updated Liner Diameter Measurement tool, which is designed and developed for accurate measuring of cylinder liner diameters without the need to remove cylinder head or valve housing.
Furthermore, we will present the VPU 500 GI, the new fuel injector tester for secure verification of gas fuel valves, as well as the automatic honing machine, HON A, which garanties easy and reliable honing of 4-stroke cylinder liners.
Visitors to the booth will have plenty of opportunity to ask questions and learn more about the new products as some of our best technical experts from Sweden will be present to demonstrate the products.
We look forward to seing you in Finland!
Chris-Marine & IOP Marine are looking forward to exhibit at the upcoming Posidonia Exhibition on June 6-10, 2016.
We will share a booth with our local distributor, UMAR Shipping Services, and you will find us in Hall 4, booth 4.125. Here we will tell you much more about how we can help you increase efficiency, independency and value in your company through our complete maintenance solutions.
At Posidonia 2016, we will be showcasing the newly upgraded Liner Diameter Measurement tool, designed and developed for accurate measuring of cylinder liner diameters without the need to remove cylinder head or valve housing.
The Liner Diameter Measurement tool can be used for verifying cylinder wear and deformation prior to dry-docking or for following up cylinder wear and deformation on a single engine of interest by complementing regular scavenging port inspections with cylinder liner measurement.
Recently, some of our Technical Support and After Sales Technicians were onboard one of DS Norden’s vessels to measure the liner wear on a MAN 7S50MC-C engine.
As we have previously heard from customers that they would like information on how to use the Liner Diameter measurement tool, the job was not only finished according to DS Norden’s satisfaction, but also resulted in this step-by-step video of how to use the LDM.
We hope this video will help our customers when using the LDM – however, if you feel more comfortable with our service technicians doing the job for you, we are happy to help!
At Chris-Marine & IOP Marine we would like to take this opportunity to wish everyone a happy Chinese New Year, and look forward to a proseperous year of the Monkey!
The holiday season is fast approaching, and we would therefore like to take this opprtunity to wish our customers and partners a merry Christmas and happy New Year.
IOP Marine will be closed from December 24th until Monday, January 4th. During this period, e-mails will be answered irregularly. In case of any urgent enquiries, please contact email@example.com.
Chris-Marine will be closed on December 24th to 27th and again on January 1st to 3rd.
We look forward to working with you again in 2016!
We are very proud of our new company presentation video, which has been recorded in Denmark, Sweden and Ecuador with great help from our friends, customers and invaluable partners.
Take a look and learn much more about Chris-Marine & IOP Marine and our activities around the globe!
Chris-Marine and IOP Marine are getting ready to exhibit at this year’s Marintec China running from December 1-4 2015 at Shanghai New International Expo Center.
Drop by our booth N4D31 to learn more about our slide valve testing unit, our ultrasonic cleaning equipment and our grinding equipment for valves, valve seats and cylinder liners.
We are very proud to receive this appreciation certificate from MAN Diesel & Turbo, as well as an official “No Objection Letter” for our LDM tool, which measures liner wear and deformation.
During the past year, the liner wear measuring instrument has been tested onboard several vessels in close cooperation with the well-known engine builder and as a result, MAN Diesel & Turbo has found that the LDM is acceptable as cylinder liner dimension measurement instrument, especially for repeated measurements for evaluation of the cylinder liner trend wear profile.
The majority of the LDM tests have been carried out on MAN B&W two-stroke engines of the type S80ME-C, where the measurement results have been validated against the traditional manual measuring method and found to be reliable also with repeated measurements.
Learn more about the LDM by clicking here.
This week it’s time for Europort Rotterdam, where we are co-exibiting with our dutch agent, Venteville BV.
Drop by our booth 8207 in hall 8 to take a closer look at the automatic honing machine, and learn how it may help you save valuable time and resources when rectifying your or your client’s cylinder liners.
We are proud to present the fully automatic honing & deglazing machine for restoration of medium speed engine cylinder liner geometry and surface structure. The new honing machine features an electric hoist and an electric driving unit, which consumes less energy than compressed air and creates less noise.
The “HON A” also boasts adjustable stone pressure and a programmable handheld PLC controller, which makes it possible to specify the exact cross pattern angle, adjust honing speed and time as well as to set the upper and lower turning point.
Click here to learn more about the newest addition to our product range and to watch it in action.
Recently, Chris-Marine & IOP Marine secured another large order for a huge power plant company in South America with overhaul and maintenance tools for two of their service workshops, who manage six different 4-stroke diesel engines.
This order is one of the largest in the company’s history, but no longer a seldom seen sight. In 2015, Chris-Marine & IOP Marine has received several orders from the South American continent, and thereby cemented our position as the key provider of both engine care tools and training in Latin America.
It is noteworthy, that once again the customer not only has a need for separate machines, but relies on our expertise in setting up a complete workshop as well as conducting training in the appropriate use and maintenance actions.
The complete Chris-Marine & IOP Marine workshop set-up includes the large ultrasonic washing tank, grinding machines for valve seats and spindles, the new automatic honing machine as well as fuel injector and pump testing equipment.
To learn more on Chris-Marine & IOP Marine’s maintenance tools for power plants, look here.
For the second time, Denmark is welcoming the world to its shores at the Danish Maritime Fair running from October 6-8, 2015 at the Train Workshop in Coenhagen.
IOP Marine & Chris-Marine are once again participating in this event and are located at booth M1B – you’ll find us just after entering the workshop!
At DMF, visitors to our booth will have the chance to see the new automatic honing machine in action, as well as of signing up and practicing for the daily “yo-yo” competition with the chance of winning a Triple-E Lego ship.
Jens Groth is appointed new Chief Executive Officer for the KrisMa group including Chris-Marine & IOP Marine.
Despite being only 37-years old, Jens has more than a decade’s experience within the marine industry.
He started his career as area sales manager for IOP Marine, and has for the past six years held the positions of Managing Director for IOP Marine and Sales Director for KrisMa and therefore brings first-hand knowledge of the key customers and the market with him to the position. Jens has an educational background as Mechanical Engineer from the Technical University of Denmark with an additional B.BA in Economics and Management from Copenhagen Business School.
Jens will play an active role with regards to consolidating the KrisMa companies as well as in increasing focus on promoting complete workshop solutions for marine and power plant applications.
On June 2-5, Chris-Marine and IOP Marine will be exhibiting at Nor-Shipping, and can be found at booth E3-029, where visitors can learn how we help customers increase engine efficiency and reduce maintenance costs with our complete engine care solutions.
Every day at 12.15, we will be demonstrating the newly upgraded Liner Diameter Measurement tool, designed and developed for accurate measuring of cylinder liner diameters without the need to remove cylinder head or valve housing. Free sandwiches will be served at the demonstration!
As an exhibition special, selected equipment at our booth can be purchased at a uniquely discounted price. Visitors to our booth will learn much more about this offer as well as about the rest of our product portfolio during Nor-Shipping!
It is time for Europort Istanbul!
On March 11-14, Chris-Marine and IOP Marine will showcase some of our new products together with our Turkish agent, Mugesan at the exhibition in Istanbul.
Visitors will have a chance to meet us and learn more about the engine care products in hall 9 at booth D10.
Among the showcased products are:
We look forward to seeing you!
Where: Hall 9, booth D10
After cleaning several different MAN engine parts in our Ultrasonic 130 Twin cleaning tank, the year 2014 was completed in one of the best ways possible, as we received the official MAN Diesel
certificate for our range of Ultrasonic cleaners.
The Ultrasonic cleaning tanks offer a solution to the cleaning requirements of both power generation and marine industries catering for both onboard cleaning of smaller engine parts, e.g. fuel injectors, as well as for workshop cleaning of larger engine parts such as pistons, inter coolers and cylinder heads.
From 7-10.October 2014, the first ever large-scale maritime fair in Denmark will be held in Bella Center, Copenhagen with the goal of putting Denmark on the maritime world map.
Among the 150 exhibiting companies are IOP Marine & Chris-Marine who will be showcasing the products included in the unique newbuilding package as well as the well-known honing machine with a new electric hoist.
Furthermore, our Business Development team will give a talk on “Measurement of cylinder liner condition in 2-stroke engines” at the Speakers Corner in hall B0 on Thursday, October 9 at 12.30, which will illustrate how measurement of the cylinder liner can lead to increased line lifetime and optimized liner lubrication.
Stop by our booth 015 in hall B0 to learn more – we look forward to meeting you!
At SMM 2014, Chris-Marine will present an updated version of the Liner Diameter Measuring instrument (LDM), which can help ship-owners save thousands of dollars.
With a liner costing 50.000 USD in a large 12 cylinder engine, a rise of the wear rate from 0,05mm/1000h to 0,2mm/1000h will make the average annual replacement cost of the liners rise from 26.000 USD to 105.000 USD. This does not take into account the labour, transport and other spares needed.
With the updated Liner Diameter Measuring instrument measuring liners without removing the cylinder cover or the exhaust valve has become simpler than ever and can now be done in under an hour per unit by opening the inspection hatch and removing the indicator cock on the units that are measured.
At SMM customers and partners will have the opportunity to meet our experienced consultants at our booth A3.103 to discuss the optimal ways of overhauling diesel engines onboard ships and in diesel-driven power plants.
Furthermore, we will exhibit the 3 products included in the unique newbuilding campaign offer, which will be sold with 20% discount until December 1, 2014.
Among other engine care tools presented at SMM is the updated electrically driven honing machine, the fuel injector grinding tool and the Ultrasonic cleaning tank.
At the open-air site between halls A3 & A4, booth FG.002, SMM visitors will also have the opportunity to experience the mobile workshop container that enables crew to overhaul engine parts on site. Each afternoon during SMM we will serve grilled sausages – and maybe even a cold refreshment – to those visiting the container and participating in the website contest.
Participate in the daily competition and be the winner who can bring home a LEGO model of the Triple-E ship!
On Wednesday, September 10, all customers and partners are invited to enjoy drinks and barbeque at the launch party for the new Chris-Marine / IOP Marine website that will take place at the open-air site next to the container at 4 PM.