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Danfoss IXA at the Green Ship Technology North America Conference 2017

Danfoss IXA is attending the Green Ship Technology North America Conference 2017 in New York City November 15 – November 17. Listen to our CTO Allan Skouboe talk about effectively monitoring on board emission at the 12:00 session on November 15, and make sure to stop by the Danfoss IXA stand from November 15 – November 17, to […]

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Danfoss IXA at Kormarine 2017, Busan, South Korea

Make sure to stop by the Danfoss IXA stand in the Danfoss booth at Kormarine 2017 in Busan, South Korea October 24 – October 27. Our competent team will be on site, ready to talk about our innovative approach to marine emission measurement.  

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Green Award welcomes Danfoss IXA to the network of Incentive Providers

Danfoss IXA, a part of the Danfoss Group in Denmark decided to join Green Award’s network of Incentive Providers by offering a 5% discount on their Marine Emission Sensor, MES1001. The incentive is applicable to ocean-going ships as well as inland navigating ships. The maker of the MES1001, Danfoss IXA develops sensors and systems for […]

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New video shows MES 1001 Application Possibilities

With the global 2020 Sulphur cap of 0.5% presented by International Marine Organization IMO this autumn, Danfoss IXA presents a solution to meet the 2020 sulphur requirements. This and other application possibilities like SCR feedback, big data for engine optimization and compliance documentation are presented in our newest video. See  the videos about MES 1001 Applications […]

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Danfoss IXA sensor in ShippingWatch

With global focus on ship emissions, not least due to the global sulfur cap set to take effect in 2020, Danfoss IXA is receiving much attention to our MES 1001 marine emission sensor. This week ShippingWatch featured the article: “Danfoss company ready to help carriers document sulfur compliance”. In the article Frank Hansen explains that: […]

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MES 1001 enables compliance with the 2020 low sulphur fuel oil requirements

With IMO deciding to implement global sulphur requirement of 0.5% in 2020, the work now is to address how sulphur requirements are monitored. Danfoss IXA has a cost-effective solution ready; Introducing the MES1001 continuous emission monitoring solution. The sensor gives real-time, tamper-proof readings to keep track of the vessels’ SO2 emissions. In addition, NOx emissions are […]

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See our references for MES 1001 and DVS

Danfoss IXA’s NOx measuring sensor and ventilation system solutions are present on more and more vessels around the world. And now you can find our references here on the webpage for our:   Marine Emission Sensor MES 1001   Dynamic Ventilation System DVS

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Danfoss IXA wishes safe sailing to AMPTC Sea Shell with MES 1001 emission control

Arab Maritime Petroleum Transport Company (AMPTC ) owned Star AMPTC Sea Shell sailed off from Mokpo shipyard  in December 2016  with the MES 1001 monitoring NOx on its Tier III certified Wartsila engine.  Danfoss IXA wishes AMPTC Sea Shell safe sailing and congratulates AMPTC for its pioneering effort at ordering new-builds that meet the highest criteria […]

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The MES 1001 receives DNV GL type approval

Danfoss IXA’s advanced marine emission sensor MES 1001 has received type approval by DNV GL. The sensor was tested against the IACS E10 and passed all tests with a convincing result.  See the Type Approval Certificate here    

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White Paper on the MES 1001

Danfoss IXA has just published a white paper with an introduction to our novel and groundbreaking marine emission sensor. The paper covers the challenges the marine industry is facing when it comes to emission regulations, but it also gives an introduction to the sensor technology and an overview over the applications. You can read the […]

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Dynamic Ventilation System installed in more than 50 container vessels

Our Dynamic Ventilation System has now been installed on more than 50 container vessels saving thousands of kilowatt hours for the ship operators. The system automatically adjusts the cargo hold ventilation to minim…

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