Highly efficient propulsion systems
Fuel costs account for as much as 45-50% of the operating costs of modern ships. Converting the power produced by the engine into a controlled thrust in the most efficient way is one of the ways to cut down the energy consumption to a minimum. In order to do this, the operation of the propulsion system must be optimized. Sufficient lubrication is the key to high propulsion efficiency and this can only be achieved with accurate control of pressure and temperature under all operating conditions.
Danfoss offers a full program of customized pressure and temperature sensors, switches and transmitters for gear, thrust-er, propeller and hydraulic power pack. All products are approved for marine applications.
Features and benefits
High energy efficiency and low operational costs
Reliable and predictable control of propulsion systems
Modular and customized controls for pressure and temperature measurements
Full range of marine-approved sensors, transmitters, switches and valves
Expert knowledge on marine propulsion solutions
Pressure switches for marine applications
Switches to control pressure in marine applications where robustness and space are important factors. Marine approved box and block switches.
Pressure transmitters and sensors for marine applications
Marine approved dedicated pressure transmitters and sensors for marine applications. A wide range of connections and pressure ranges to meet marine requirements.
Solenoid valves for marine applications
Solenoid valves for general marine applications throughout the entire ship. Danfoss products with marine approvals and certificates for your safety.
Temperature sensors for marine applications
Marine approved temperature sensors dedicated to meet the requirements of various marine applications. Heavy-duty temperature sensors to fit your application.
Temperature switches for marine applications
Switches to control pressure and temperature in marine applications where robustness and space are important factors. Marine approved box and block switches.