Nov 29, 2017
Consilium has received a large order from Carnival Cruise Lines for a redundant solution of Continuous Emission Monitoring Systems (CEMS). The order contains 18 back-up analyzers for the current emission monitoring system from Consilium, and a yearly maintenance agreement.
Carnival Cruise Line is based in Miami, Florida, US, with a current fleet of 25 vessels, and is a subsidiary of Carnival Corporation & PLC, the world’s largest cruise line with more than 100 vessels in the entire fleet. By using Consilium CEMS, Carnival Cruise Lines complies with the IMO emission regulations.
Consilium CEMS, OPSIS M800, is a unique emission monitoring solution, which can monitor up to nine measuring points at the speed of light. It uses optical technique (DOAS), which means that it has no contact with the gas. Together with fiber optics, instead of heated sampling pipes, it offers a highly reliable and cost effective system, with proven performance and high uptime. As no sampling is required, both operations and maintenance are truly simplified.
Consilium OPSIS M800 measures all relevant gases, such as NO, NO2, SO2, CO2, CO, NH3, CH4, with just one analyzer, and is easily updated to monitor additional gases by a simple software upgrade.
For more information, please contact:
Consilium Marine & Safety AB
Mr. Marcus Andersson
Vice President Sales, After Sales
Dir: +46 31 710 77 50