Meet with Chelsea’s exhaust gas monitoring experts at next week’s Sulphur Cap 2020 Conference, 8-9th May, Amsterdam
Delegates will have the opportunity to learn more about Chelsea’s Sea Sentry fully autonomous wash water monitoring system for both the water inlet and outlet of wet exhaust gas scrubber systems. Sea Sentry leads the field for technical innovation and measurement fidelity and its signal processing algorithms are already accredited by Class Societies such as DNV-GL and Class NK. Contact us today to arrange a meeting.
Leading expert Dr John Attridge will present ‘The Challenges of Wash Water Monitoring’ at the Sulphur Cap 2020 Conference. His talk will cover PAH Phenanthrene equivalent, Effects of Sensor Configuration & Proposal to standardize PAH measurement.
Chelsea is a leading global provider of highly advanced sensors and systems that perform a crucial role in providing accurate and reliable testing for compliance with environmental regulations. The company has taken all available measures to verify that Sea Sentry provides accurate and robust data to demonstrate compliance with IMO Annex VI wash water discharge regulations.
“Crucially for shipowners and operators, Chelsea’s Sea Sentry system is not a black box that is delivered and forgotten”, said John Attridge. “We see it as implicit to work directly with scrubber manufacturers, shipowners and operators to manage the installation and operation of the system, and our support is constantly at hand to interpret and apply the data that will ultimately prove compliance.”