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Multronic at Maritime industry exhibition, Gorinchem, 29-31 May, 2018

2018-04-24T11:15:50+00:00April 24th, 2018|

We are happy to welcome you on our stand during the Evenementenhal Gorinchem maritime exhibition organized in the Netherlands from 29 to 31 May 2018 (for more information on the exhibition please visit

During the exhibition Multronic’s leading engineers will present the most innovative technologies and solutions for marine engine aftertreatment Stage V systems known for the following advantages:

  • Smart standardized modular configuration
  • Easy installation and optimized performance
  • Extensively validated package
  • Incorporation of all major OBD and diagnostic software functions
  • Use of fully validated components from major high volume automotive suppliers
  • In compliance with marine lifetime expectations
  • Competitive quality-price ratio for system calibration / SW package
  • Long- term reliability and maintenance intervals
  • Flexible inlet and outlet positioning solutions
  • Unified configuration for engines of power ranges between 300 – 1600 Kw
  • Mass flow from 1500 up to 18000 kg/h
  • Maximum operational temperature > 560°C up to 575 °
  • EPM (environmental performance monitor) integrated

Looking forward to meeting you in hall 2 stand L120!

Multronic is a winner of CLINSH tender

2018-04-24T11:24:29+00:00April 24th, 2018|

The measuring equipment for the practical trials of the CLean INland SHipping project (CLINSH) is now available. CLINSH Consortium is promoting a clean inland waterway transport and the goal of the project is to achieve clean and sustainable inland shipping all around Europe. Throughout the project, public and private organizations from Belgium, Germany, United Kingdom and the Netherlands work together (for more information on CLINSH project please visit
Real-time emissions measurements on-board of the first vessels will get underway soon by Multronic engineers and this measurement period will last over a year or two, depending on the engines of the vessels. This will provide valuable information about the environmental performance of each vessel following the implementation of various emissions- control technologies and/or the use of alternative fuels. The aim is to reduce emissions of harmful substances (nitrogen oxides and particulate matter).
The data collected on board will provide a sound basis for policy at the local, regional and national levels and for international bodies and authorities. By looking at this data, policy-makers can design new emissions-control policies for existing inland shipping. Based on measurements provided by Multronic, CLINSH will also analyze the business cases for the various measures examined for shipping operators and use this information to encourage further progress on the environmental sustainability of the sector.