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船舶

船舶を建造するにしても、航行させるにしても、時代の先を行くソリューションが必要です。アルファ・ラバルは、効率的で信頼性の高いオペレーション、コンプライアンス、生産性を確保するために、お客様とパートナーシップを組んでいます。私たちの船舶向けソリューションは、船舶の生涯にわたるパフォーマンスを向上させることに貢献します。 特にエネルギー効率と環境保護に関する新たなニーズに関しては、船舶業界はかつてないほどの速さで変化しています。お客様が船舶を建造する立場とそれを運行する立場のどちらであっても、優位性を保つために必要なソリューションと専門技術がアルファ・ラバルにはあります。

Complete marine solutions

Together for vessel performance

  • 船上での重要な業務のほとんどをカバーする、実績のある幅広い機器
  • 機器を組み込むための知識と実践的な専門知識
  • 100年以上にわたる船舶サービスと数十年におよぶ造船所の実績により、業界をリーとするソリューションを提供

船舶のオーナーやオペレーターが、船舶の法規制に確実に準拠できるよう、専用のコンプライアンス技術や新燃料への移行をサポートします。

信頼性と使いやすさを重視し、次のことを実現します。

  • 生産性の向上
  • エンジンの保護
  • エネルギー効率を高め、廃棄物を最小限に
  • 収益向上とライフサイクルコストの低減に貢献

Marine Innovation Summit 2022

After the success of the Marine Innovation summit 2021, time is here for our second global digital summit. This 2 hour live stream event will bring together panelists from the industry at one platform to discuss the future of shipping. Read more about the summit on our event page.

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ABS grants Alfa Laval the marine industry’s first approval in principle (AIP) for firing boilers with methanol

Maritime classification society the American Bureau of Shipping (ABS) has granted Alfa Laval the first marine approval for operating boilers on methanol. Alfa Laval received an approval in principle (AIP) on 4 November 2021, based on extensive solution testing at the Alfa Laval Test & Training Centre.

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Alfa Laval joins over 150 industry leaders in the call for decisive government action to enable full decarbonization of international shipping by 2050

As a signatory of the Call to Action for Shipping Decarbonization, Alfa Laval joins maritime peers in urging world leaders to align shipping with the Paris Agreement’s temperature goal. The document implores governments to facilitate the decarbonization steps already being taken in the private sector, enabling zero-emission shipping to become the default choice by 2030.

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Fuelling a new phase in decarbonization

Methanol is the next likely step on the marine industry’s journey to a zero-carbon future. It promises to cut CO2 output by 95%, while also reducing or eliminating other vessel emissions. If produced from renewable green sources, it can bring us to a level of carbon neutrality. However, methanol will demand new technologies and a different way of looking at the energy balance on board. Alfa Laval is at the cutting edge of methanol solutions – and is ready to partner with you in making the transition.

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Alfa Laval invests in the development of air lubrication technology for sustainable shipping

Air lubrication for marine vessels is a developing solution that will radically reduce fuel consumption and environmental impact. Having acquired a minority stake in Marine Performance Systems B.V., a Rotterdam-based maritime technology company, Alfa Laval will be instrumental in making this long-sought technology a commercial reality.

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Alfa Laval and Wallenius agree on a joint venture to develop modern wind propulsion

With an aim to radically reduce the marine industry’s carbon footprint and overall emissions, Alfa Laval and Wallenius have announced their intent to form a new 50/50joint venture. AlfaWall Oceanbird will focus on the development and realization oftechnology for fully wind-powered vessel propulsion.

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Large-scale methanol testing to begin at the Alfa Laval Test & Training Centre

Major tests of methanol as a marine fuel will soon begin at the Alfa Laval Test & Training Centre in Aalborg, Denmark. Working closely with MAN Energy Solutions and other partners, Alfa Laval will explore the possibility of running the centre’s four-stroke, 2 MW diesel engine on methanol – without modifications or another pilot fuel. The testing is the third stage in an ongoing research project funded by Danish EUDP (Energy Technology Development and Demonstration Program).

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A carbon-neutral methanol fuel cell system is taking shape at the Alfa Laval Test & Training Centre

An innovative fuel cell system based on high-temperature proton exchange membrane (HTPEM) technology from Blue World Technologies is being constructed for testing at the Alfa Laval Test & Training Centre in Aalborg, Denmark. The test installation, which will use methanol as fuel, will explore the technology’s potential as a source of marine auxiliary power. Funded by Danish EUDP (Energy Technology Development and Demonstration Program), the project is a joint effort between fuel cell maker Blue World Technologies, Alfa Laval and vessel owners DFDS, Maersk Drilling and Hafnia.

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Alfa Laval and NMRI have succeeded in onboard CO2 capture testing using an exhaust gas cleaning system

As the marine industry strives for a decarbonized future, Alfa Laval and partners are investigating the technologies needed to achieve it. One of the opportunities is carbon capture and storage (CCS), which took a step towards realization in recent testing performed by Alfa Laval and Japan’s National Maritime Research Institute (NMRI).

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Secure the LNG advantage

Find solutions to maximize your benefit from LNG as fuel.

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Alfa Laval joins Mærsk Mc-Kinney Møller Center for Zero Carbon Shipping as Strategic Corporate Partner

Today, Alfa Laval and Mærsk Mc-Kinney Møller Center for Zero Carbon Shipping announced that they have formalized a strategic collaboration on the development of zero carbon solutions for the maritime industry by signing a Strategic Corporate Partnership Agreement by which Alfa Laval becomes an official partner to the Center.

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Connected services for marine equipment

Connectivity for your onboard systems creates smart opportunities to lower cost of ownership and secure peace of mind. Remote access means fewer and shorter service visits, but also possibilities for fleet-wide optimization. Discover Alfa Laval’s growing range of digital services and make the connection between data and value.

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Maritime industry players join forces to realize the decarbonization potential of solid oxide fuel cells

Alfa Laval, DTU Energy, Haldor Topsoe, Svitzer and the Mærsk Mc-Kinney Møller Center for Zero Carbon Shipping are entering into a joint project to accelerate the development of solid oxide fuel cell (SOFC) technology. Funded by a grant from Danish EUDP (Energy Technology Development and Demonstration Program), the partners will pursue a high-efficiency solution with the scalability to support marine industry decarbonization.

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Explore our webinars

Alfa Laval Marine Talks take an in-depth look at the challenges and changes that face your maritime business. In these webinars you'll find up-to-date analysis, knowledge and solutions to keep you on the right course, discussed by our marine experts and some of the brightest names in maritime industry.

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Alfa Laval on board

アルファ・ラバルは、船舶用のさまざまな機器を取り扱っています。

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Offerings to the maritime industry

アルファ・ラバルの最新「Marine Essentials」カタログは、船上で最も重要なオペレーションをを網羅する、実証済みかつ幅広い機器を提供します。

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アルファ・ラバル テスト&トレーニングセンター - 未来を拓く

アルファ・ラバルの排ガス洗浄ソリューションおよび水洗浄技術は、アルファ・ラバル テスト&トレーニングセンターで進化を続けています。 ここで我々の船舶機器とアプリケーションは、外航船のスケールで試験されており、海上では実現できない制御と利便性を備えています。

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Finding ways in Marine Service

Alfa Laval marine service experts are as active as ever in meeting your needs. But today’s situation – with closed borders, tight restrictions and health concerns wherever people meet – demands different ways of working. Here you’ll find stories of inspiration and innovation in service delivery, told by the determined engineers who are making it happen.

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Alfa Laval's marine videos

さまざまな用途で使用されているアルファ・ラバルの船舶機器の選択

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NEAR marine

アルファ・ラバルのマリンニュースレターを購読登録し、最新の機器とソリューションに関するニュースを入手してください。

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