LARGEST TURNKEY SCRUBBER RETROFIT

AFTER COMPLETING THE WORLD’S LARGEST TURNKEY SCRUBBER RETROFIT,

Baltec Marine WINS 18 MORE CONTRACTS

January 25, 2019 
As ship owners all over the world rush to install scrubbers in time for the 2020 Sulphur Cap, Baltec Marine is pleased to announce completion of the world’s largest turnkey scrubber retrofit of two hybrid systems. Based on the success of these two pilot projects, the company has been contracted to oversee 18 additional Ultra Large Container Ships in 2019.

“The ship owner turned to us from the start because they did not want to handle the work in-house, and they knew our team had the experience necessary to drive a project of this size,” says Ronnie Petersson, Baltec Marine’s Executive Director.

The installation work took place while the 16000 TEU vessels were in dry dock in Shenzhen, China, starting in October of 2018. “Given the quick turnaround required, the fact that we could manage to contract the shipyard directly was a big advantage,” adds Managing Director Andrzej Dzienski.

The massive undertaking consisted of two pilot projects in which Baltec oversaw every step, from engineering to the commissioning of two different hybrid scrubber systems. The company plans to replicate their success when they install 18 more systems back-to-back for the same client in 2019.


Baltec Marine installs hybrid scrubbers on TT-Line ropax

BALTEC MARINE INSTALLS HYBRID SCRUBBER ON TT-LINE ROPAX

January 3, 2017 

TT-Line is retrofitting four hybrid exhaust gas cleaning systems on its Peter Pan ropax ferry.

The scrubbers are manufactured by Italian firm, Ecospray Technologies and are being installed by Baltec Marine. The estimated delivery time is January 10, 2017.

The scope of work includes: project management, 3D scanning and engineering electrical work including integration with the existing system, installation of the scrubber towers and other Ecospray equipment, installation of GRE piping, fabrication and installation of sea chest, fabrication of holding tanks and fabrication of steel structure for the pump room.

Baltec Marine also completed a second turnkey installation of four hybrid scrubbers on Peter Pan’s sister vessel Nils Holgersson in Landskrona, Sweden between December 2015 and January 2016. 

Peter Pan and Nils Holgersson operate between Trelleborg, Sweden and Travemünde, Germany. The vessels were built in 2001 with a capacity of 744 passengers. Peter Pan’s dock capacity is 2,600 lane meters, which allows 169 trailers.

Baltec Marine has installed over 100 scrubbers onboard vessels. The firm offers full turnkey installation packages, and is currently involved in three separate scrubber installation projects onboard three different vessels


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