Exhaust Gas Marine Economiser EME-VFT - 2 Pages

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Exhaust Gas Marine Economiser EME-VFT

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Technical data sheet Exhaust gas marine economizer EME-VFT LNG carriers Dry cargo vessels FPSO applications Passenger vessels Tankers Exhaust Gas Marine Economizer EME-VFT The EME-VFT is a classic vertical exhaust gas economizer with forced circulation that also fulfils the function of silencer in the exhaust gas system. Heat transfer is performed through water tubes with extended heating surface, created by the application of fins to the tubes. The water tubes are grouped in extractable modules. Each module can be removed independently from the economizer casing for maintenance and repair. The external arrangement of the horizontal collectors allows to partly isolate and shutdown one or more modules. For easy cleaning, the economizer is equipped with fixed water washing nozzles, soot blowers and inspection doors. In emergency case the EME-VFT can run in dry condition. Technical data: EME-VFT Steam capacity Design pressure

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Product information ^ Classic vertical exhaust gas economizer with forced circulation ^ Water tubes are grouped in extractable modules ^ Easy maintenance and repair ^ Runs in emergency case also in dry condition Economizer data Steam capacity Design pressure    Main engine    A    B    C    D    Dry weight* Water content including insulation and valves SAACKE GmbH SudweststraBe 13 28237 Bremen, Germany marine@saacke.com www.saacke.com

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