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MaK, Cat and DNV GL partner on engine condition monitoring

Engine manufacturer MaK and Caterpillar’s Marine Asset Intelligence organisation have partnered with DNV GL to normalise the predictive analytics of Cat Asset Intelligence systems in accordance with DNV GL’s Survey Arrangement Machinery Condition Monitoring (CM) requirements, to move away from time based maintenance to condition based maintenance.

{mprestriction ids="1,2"}The project will begin with a customer that has a vessel powered by the new MaK M 46 DF dual fuel engine, which was delivered by Zeppelin Power Systems (a Cat and MaK dealer).

“This is going to be a major step forward for many ship owners and their operations in the future.  This effort enables operations and maintenance leaders to make better decisions using data and analytics, helping to drive reduced cost, downtime and risk,” said Ken Krooner, technology and operations manager for Caterpillar Marine Asset Intelligence.

“This is further enhanced by DNV GL, who brings a vast level of experience in safeguarding life, property and the environment.”{/mprestriction}

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