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WR Systems agrees China and Korea deals

WR Systems (WR) reports that it has agreed a number of new construction contract awards to supply multiple ship sets of its Emsys emissions monitoring system to shipyards in China and Korea.

The company says that the value of these contracts exceeds $1 million.

The Emsys system was introduced in September 2010 and is a second generation emissions monitoring technology system featuring laser based multi-gas sensors and an integrated Particulate Matter (PM) sensor.

WR has been recently awarded a patent on this PM sensor, which allows measurement of soot and particulates ‘outside of the exhaust stack’ – something the company claims is a “world first”.

“We developed Emsys for two reasons, firstly to demonstrate to the industry our capability to design a robust high-tech sensor which overcomes the traditional reliability and maintenance issues with first generation EMS systems, and in addition, we were determined to earn a solid reputation for equipment performance and dependable, affordable service,” said WR president, Dave Edwards.

“We are now working with the world’s largest shipbuilders in Korea, China and Japan, in addition to oil majors, drilling contractors, cruise ship operators, containership operators, LNG operators and scrubber manufacturers amongst others.”

“Our commercial maritime team has grown extensively since Emsys was launched, culminating in the recent opening of our Commercial Maritime Technology Centre in Jacksonville, Florida, which specialises in manufacturing full navigation bridge suites and service/support of marine electronics worldwide. Our success in supporting suppliers of scrubber systems has meant we are becoming the de-facto standard for these applications.”

 

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