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Frese FUELSAVE® System

Call for Action to Fight Climate Change

Call for action to fight climate change on the back of the Paris Agreement is ramping up and the Global Maritime Shipping industry has stepped up to the challenge in terms of pledging to reduce its annual CO2 emissions of nearly 1.000 million tonnes with at least 40% by 2030 and 70% by 2050.

Latest carbon intensity and energy effeciency measures outlined by the International Maritime Organization (IMO) agreed back in July 2021, effective start of 2023, are designed to deliver these emission reduction targets.

Recent years have witnessed a significant cost increase in traditional fuels and the new electrofuels being introduced will be very costly for the foreseeable future.

The demands for efficiency have never been greater on those who own, operate and build Commercial Marine vessels. You are tasked with reducing costs while maintaining performance, crew safety and compliance with environmental regulations.

To help you address these challenges Frese has redefined what is possible in terms of achievable energy savings in your vessels’ cooling water systems – which means fuel savings and less CO2 emitted.

We call this patent pending solution the Frese FUELSAVE® System – with a return of investment under two years.

Typical Impact of Frese FUELSAVE® on Various Ship Types

The result of detailed simulations of cooling water sytems onboard various ship types can be seen in the table. Click to zoom.

How can Frese FUELSAVE® Save Energy Onboard?

The key to reduce pump energy is to reduce the flow rates at the individual consumers. The potential savings are illustrated in the graph. Click to zoom.

A flow reduction of 50%, will reduce the pump energy to between 50 and 12.5%