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E-POWERED MARINE SOLUTIONS

E-MS

E-MS engineers are specialized and experienced in innovative and environmentally friendly diesel-electric ship networks and propulsion systems. Compared with conventional systems, the solutions offer fuel-saving possibilities up to 12 percent. The concepts developed are applicable for almost all types of ships and offshore applications. Their compact design leads to distinct space and weight savings, thus increasing cargo hold and/or operating range.

If you are looking for low life-cycle costs of your next ship e-ms offers comprehensive qualified consultancy for electric power generation and distribution – starting with the first idea via construction until commissioning and operation.

E-MS News:

Datensammeln ist kein Selbstzweck

„Industrie 4.0, Internet der Dinge oder die Cloud – diese Begriffe sind heute in aller Munde. Doch die Lösungen wurden vor allem für Landanwendungen entwickelt und lassen sich an Bord nur schwer umsetzen“, erklärte Michael Krahe vom Hamburger Ingenieurbüro E-MS...

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Eine Erfolgsgeschichte: Zehn Jahre E-PP

Vor genau zehn Jahren, 2009, installierte E-MS auf dem Flusskreuzfahrtschiffneubau „Viking Legend“ das erste Electric Power Pack, kurz E-PP. Damit wurde die hochpräzise Regelung der benötigten elektrischen Energie auch bei stark schwankenden Leistungsanforderungen,...

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E-MS optimises onboard electric network for scrubber use

Successful entry into scrubber technology – retrofitting of four container ships Hamburg, February 2019 – The Hamburg-based engineering company E-MS, e-powered marine solutions has developed a standardised solution for the complex job of supplying power to scrubbers...

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Our technology

Power supply and propulsion

Variable speed and start-stop function

Remote diagnostics

Retrofit solution

E-MS | The silent engineering

The silent engineering.

Ship network and propulsion solutions with unique innovative features.


E-PP
is the core element of electric power generation and supply on board a ship for the entire network – independent of voltage and frequency – and the electric ship propulsion, consisting of a common DC bus combined with generator and consumer corresponding converters.