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Engine & Turbine Management

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Robust electric motors

Control & Monitoring

Control & Actuation

Gas & Water Turbine Control

Steam Turbine Control

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Diesel Engine Components

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Navy Patrol Ships


LNG Ferry

Seagoing Vessel


Navy Patrol Ships

Systems and components

  • SeaMACS Integrated Automation System


HZM Automation SeaMACS Overview

Installation of ship automation system

HEINZMANN Automation equipped 28 patrol ships of the Taiwanese Navy with the SeaMACS Integrated Ship Automation System

These systems, which are being delivered in cooperation with the HEINZMANN subsidiary REGULATEURS EUROPA, feature an alarm system, monitoring, propulsion control and power management for these vessels.




CS Alarm and Monitoring


Systems and components

  • ODYSSEUS Common Rail System
    • HDP-K4 High-pressure pump
    • ICR-DS-300 Injectores
    • EFI control MVC 01-20
    • Sensors and switches


High Pressure Pump HDP K3

Icebreaker converted to Common Rail Injection

On a Swedish icebreaker, HEINZMANN succeeded in converting the propulsion engine of the ship from mechanical fuel injection to common rail injection.

The customised solution is available for almost any four-stroke or two-stroke engine and delivers outstanding results in terms of engine optimisation, fuel saving, noise behaviour and exhaust emissions, especially in terms of smoking behaviour.


YMER Icebreaker with HEINZMANN common rail retrofit system


YMER Icebreaker with HEINZMANN common rail retrofit system

LNG Ferry

Systems and components

  • HELENOS Speed Control
  • KRONOS 20 AFR System
  • PHLOX II Ignition Systems
  • ARIADNE Knock Control

LNG powered Open Sea Ferry

The gas powered open sea ferry from Cuxhaven to Heligoland is the first newly built seagoing ferry to be operated with liquefied natural gas.

The main propulsion is a dual-fuel motor and is driven by 99 % liquid gas fuel and 1 % diesel. The LNG generator sets for on-board power generation by MAN Rollo B.V. are regulated through an engine management and monitoring system by HEINZMANN. The management system of these engines comprises HELENOS Speed Control Systems, KRONOS 20 AFR Systems for the electronic air-fuel ratio control, PHLOX II Ignition Control Systems and ARIADNE Systems for monitoring any potential knocking combustion.

Seagoing Vessel

Systems and components

  •  Hydraulic governor RE 1115L


RE Hydraulic Actuator 1115L








Seagoing Vessel Governor Replacement

The seagoing vessel ARM22 Klaas Adriana is driven by a Caterpillar 3606 DI-TA engine. This engine is controlled by the 1100 series hydraulic governor from REGULATEURS EUROPA. The governor replaces the previously installed Woodward 3161 governor, which gave rise to increased maintenance costs and dysfunctions.

The 1115 L is widely used in the marine sector and features an electric stepper motor as an actuator. The HEINZMANN stepper motor drive board differs from our competitor's equipment in that allows analogue or digital speed setting. The governor provides accurate speed control and responds rapidly to load or speed changes. Minimum and maximum speeds as well as the speed ramp rates can be programmed and adjusted easily on the stepper motor drive board.

The adjustable electric start fuel limiter prevents the engine from emitting excessive smoke when starting. A complete kit, which contains all necessary mounting materials and levers, is available to carry out the retrofit in as short as possible "down time" for the vessel.


Seagoing vessel ARM22 Klaas Adriana equipped with hydraulic governor from REGULATEURS EUROPA


Systems and components

  • RE Viking35
  • MAA and DI Module
  • SDM with HEINZMANN MVC 01-20


Viking 35 Digital Speed Governor




System Upgrades for Catamaran Fast Ferries

Three Incat-built catamaran fast ferries operating in Japan, Taiwan and Denmark have been successfully upgraded to use the latest Viking35 and MVC products from REGULATEURS EUROPA and HEINZMANN for control of their four 20V28/33D (RK280) main propulsion engines.

Each engine was originally supplied with three Viking25 EFI, MAA and DI modules and two Mecel/Hoerbiger Bank Controller Modules (BCMs) to support full engine control (with electronic fuel injection), alarm, monitoring and safety functionality. Viking25 modules were replaced with ‘same form fit and function’ Viking35 modules, and the Bank Controller Modules were replaced by a single Solenoid Driver Module (SDM) containing an MVC 01-20 unit.

As the upgrade minimised changes to the physical system and its functionality, the crew could continue to operate and maintain the system with very little additional training. Additionally, most spare parts already held by the operators could continue to be used.


REGULATEURS EUROPA Propulsion Engine Control2

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