Welcome to Alfa Laval Marine Talks
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 the marine industry. If you want to steer towards profit and peace of mind, make Alfa Laval Marine Talks a regular port of call.
Boilers for safety and steam with LNG as fuel
Safety is vital on vessels that use LNG, an important fuel alternative for reducing vessel emissions in the near and medium-term future. Besides producing steam for key consumers on board, Alfa Laval Aalborg dual-fuel boilers can take on the critical safety function of managing LNG boil-off gas (BOG). Join our boiler experts to hear about this and other functions that simplify LNG operations – and get a first-hand look at dual-fuel boilers from inside the Alfa Laval Test & Training Centre.
Turning boiler data into business value
Connectivity for marine boilers is a game-changing tool that secures boiler uptime, improves boiler performance and lowers operating costs. Join us to explore the value in Alfa Laval Digital Services for Aalborg boilers, as our expert shows you an example of how one customer has benefitted. As part of the webinar, you’ll get a first-hand look at our remote online portal and how it works.
Let's talk ballast
Let’s Talk Ballast!
You have a lot to consider when dealing with new ballast water discharge rules. And our specialists are here to help. Let’s Talk Ballast! is a new live streaming series that’s part of Alfa Laval Marine Talks. In each episode, you can learn about a different important topic in the world of ballast water treatment. Get helpful hints and expert tips for planning your installation and beyond!
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Fuel conditioning in a new fuel era
The fuel changes of 2020 are only the tip of the iceberg. As IMO pursues an ambitious target for reducing greenhouse gases, decarbonization will mean fuel conditioning challenges to come. Join our fuel conditioning experts to explore the state of booster technology and the efforts to keep vessels safe and future-proof.
Today’s lubrication oil challenges
Today’s compliant fuels have changed the lubrication oil environment, making it extremely important to monitor the base number and take the right measures. Our lubrication oil line experts will look closely at the changes affecting lubrication oil since the new 2020 fuels came into use and how you can create the best solution, ensuring that the different components in the lubrication oil line complement each other well.
Big scrubber news for smaller vessels
Still weighing the costs and benefits of installing a SOx scrubber? If you work with handymax bulkers, product tankers or similar, this could change the equation. Designed for a quick and easy installation, Alfa Laval PureSOx Express means economy for smaller vessels. Take part in our global launch webinar to learn why.
How to safely handle 2020 fuels
With 2020 well underway, how are low-sulphur fuels impacting vessels in practice? Incidents have been reported, but how widespread are the problems – and what can be done? Our fuel line experts have looked deep into the data. Join them to explore not only the risks, but also the opportunities.
Ballast water treatment – performance assurance
“The compliance deadline is met, so what now?” You might not be aware how much is required to keep your ballast water treatment system operating well. What do the authorities really demand? And what does it require from you? Get a better understanding of how to secure long-term compliance.
Ballast water treatment – project and installation
“Choosing a ballast water treatment system is one thing, but what about getting it on board?” When you make such a major investment, you want everything to go right. How can you avoid engineering and installation pitfalls – and be sure that your vessel is compliant on time? Learn from those with experience.
Ballast water treatment – legislation and planning
“What’s the best fit for your fleet?” The answer in ballast water treatment isn’t necessarily a simple one, especially when there’s a major change in regulations on the way. How do you know which parameters to look at? And what insights will a type approval certificate really give you? Find out here.
Preparing boilers for compliant operation
Your boilers are affected by sulphur cap regulation. There’s much to consider – regardless if you are using compliant fuels, scrubbers or considering LNG. Here’s what you should know.
Oily wastewater treatment
“What are the challenges behind 15 and 5 ppm?” Whether your target is the IMO limit or DNV Clean Design, it can be tough to meet it on a pitching and rolling vessel. Which technology will give you greatest reliability and the most peace of mind? A practical look at the technical issues makes it clear. Get the facts.
Choosing trade – not trade-offs
Can you comply without compromising? Every ballast water treatment system has its limits. (No matter what suppliers say!) So what does a type approval certificate really show you? And what are the real demands your system will face? Join us to discuss the different criteria found in the rules. We’ll explain what you see on paper – and what it really means at sea.
Navigating ballast water regulations
Let’s get real! Picking up from Episode 1, we’ll look at real water characteristics in different world ports – and see why some type-approved ballast water treatment systems won’t work there. You’ll be introduced to Compliance Navigator, a free new tool that compares system limitations with the conditions on your vessel’s trade routes. Using Compliance Navigator, you can avoid problems and stay free to sail like you always have.