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.
- Current market situation – Global engine overview
- Updated view of extended data collected by Chris-Marine and information from global engine manufacturers
- Focus on Business case – Reconditioning and securing reliable operation and better profit
Daniel Grunditz, Chief Technology Officer and expert on Cylinder Liner Condition Monitoring & Maintenance.
- March 8, 2021, at 10 a.m. CET
For shipowners in Europe
- March 9, 2021, at 7 a.m. CET
For shipowners in South East Asia
- March 10, 2021, at 6 p.m. CET
For shipowners in the Americas
How to Join
If you wish to secure a place, please contact Mr. Spencer Dugan or one of your Chris-Marine contacts.