Installation Examples

The HEINZMANN Group offers a comprehensive range of propulsion control, engine control and automation systems for ships. For decades, the group's member companies have supplied the civilian and military shipping industry. They offer standard solutions as well as customer-specific development projects. The quality and reliability of HEINZMANN systems is valued by customers, and their suitability for use in ships is certified as a matter of course by well-respected classification societies. Please find a selection of HEINZMANN systems installed on the right hand tabs.

 

  • MAN E3262 LE322
  • Pielstick PC 2.2 V12 3,6 MW
  • Caterpillar 3606 DI-TA
  • Ship Automation
  • Vibration Monitoring
  • MAN 20V28/33D

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.

LNG Ferry

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.

MAN Rollo 3262LE222

Germany Germany

Project
Motormanagement and -controlling

HEINZMANN Products
HELENOS Speed Control Systems, KRONOS 20 AFR Systems, PHLOX II Ignition Systems,  ARIADNE Systems for knock control

Engine Type
MAN Rollo genset, MAN E3262 LE322MAN Rollo genset, MAN E3262 LE322

Application
Marine

Vessel
Seagoing vessel

Contact
Dominik Andre  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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.

Icebreaker YMER

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

ETM 53 Common Rail High Pressure Pump on Propulsion Engine

Schweden  Sweden

Project
Conversion to Common Rail

HEINZMANN Products
ODYSSEUS Common Rail System

Engine Type
Pielstick PC 2.2 V12 3,6 MW 

Application
Marine

Vessel
Ice breaker

Contakt
Hubert Kienzler  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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.

ARM 22 Klaas Adriana 115 15cm

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.

Header Governor

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.

Niederlande Netherlands

Project
Retrofit of Woodward 3161 for RE 1115L-4G-25

RE Products
Hydraulic governor 1115L with electronic speed setting and electric start fuel limitation

Engine Type
Caterpillar 3606 DI-TA, 1996 HP

Application
Marine

Vessel 
ARM22 Klaas Adriana

Contact
Rob van der Wilt   This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Equipment with maritime automation system

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

Patrol ship Navy

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.

Ship Automation

 

Taiwan  Taiwan

Project
Installation of ship automation system

HEINZMANN Group Products
Sea MACS Integrated Automation System

Applicaiton
Marine

Vessel
Patrol ship Navy

Contact
Inger Stensnes This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

TRINO System on UECC PCTC Vessels

UECC operate a fleet of 18 pure car and truck carriers (PCTC) that are designed to meet the requirements for providing short sea transportation services for cars and other rolling cargo on the European continent. Five of the existing vessels are equipped with TRINO, an on-line condition monitoring system from REGULATEURS EUROPA.

PTCC Vessel by UECC

The system continuously monitors the vessel’s propulsion gearboxes, alternators and main engine turbochargers for early indications of wear and/or unexpected problems. The TRINO system automatically records and communicates any vibration initiated alarms to the chief engineer as well as broadcasts the data via cloud, to REGULATEURS EUROPA’s servers for trending, analysis and reports conducted by our team of CAT2 certified vibration analysts.

TRINO System

UK Flagge Unit. Kingdom

Project
Installation of TRINO Condition Monitoring System 

RE Products
TRINO Dectect - Vibration monitoring system,
TRINO Alert - Local alarm display and diagnosis, 
Trino Remote -  Monitoring and analysis service

Application
Marine

Vessels
UECC PCTC vessels

Contact
Alex Movila  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

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.

Catamaran fast ferry 

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.

RE Viking 35

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.

 

Japan, Taiwan, Denmark

Project
Upgrade of propulsion engine systems on fast ferries

HEINZMANN Group Products
RE Viking35 EFI, MAA and DI modules, SDM containing HEINZMANN MVC-01/20

Engine Type
MAN 20V28/33D 

Application
Marine

Vessels
Natchan World,
Natchan Rera,
Express 1

Contact
Nick Mace  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.