Tuesday, 14 November, 2017

MannTek has supplied couplings to Florida East Coast Railway 

Florida East Coast Railway has become the first North American railroad to adopt LNG (liquefied natural gas) for its entire line-haul locomotive fleet.

FECR on Nov. 9 officially rolled out its 24-unit fleet, consisting of 12 pairs of back-to-back GE ES44C4s with a purpose-built Chart Industries fuel tender in between, at Bowden Yard, Jacksonville. FECR, a Class II regional, is also the first railroad to haul LNG as a commodity, under a Federal Railroad Administration waiver.

To read more, please visit 

 http://www.railwayage.com/index.php/mechanical/locomotives/fec-rolls-out-lng.html 

Monday, 25 September, 2017

FAT for Coralius

The FAT for the LNG Transfer System supplied to Coralius included two PERC's that was simultaneously released

The FAT for the LNG Transfer System supplied to Coralius was performed with success and included two PERC's, Dry Cryonic Couplings, ESD 1 & 2, PERC activation and monitoring unit and LNG bunker hoses.

On this project, MannTek worked closely with Sirius Shipping, the Anthony Veder Group and Skangas, the vessel’s charter company, on the installation of the system.

Markus said: “During the project we have made design suggestions that we felt would improve the way the system is fitted to the vessel. We were involved from a very early stage in design as bunking activities on a vessel need to be able to take place at four different locations.”

The Coralius started operations in the Baltic Sea and the North Sea in September.

Coralius makes it's first ship-to-ship bunkering 

Wednesday, 20 September, 2017

Yesterday Coralius and Fure West made it's first ship-to-ship bunkering operation 

Yesterday  between 08.00 -14.00 Coralius and Fure West made their first Ship-to-Ship bunkering, using MannTek LNG Transfer System. The operation was successful and took place at open sea between Gothenburg and Denmark. 

Se also the article FAT for Coralius here

Friday, 8 September, 2017

MannTek LNG Transfer System delivered to the Tornio Manga LNG Terminal


MannTek has delivered another LNG Transfer System, this time to Wärtsilä and the Tornio Manga LNG Terminal. Wärtsilä is a recognised leader in gas engine technology and has, just like Skangas did at the Pori terminal, chosen MannTek LNG Transfer Systems for bunkering and delivering LNG.

A Factory Acceptance Test (FAT) has been successfully completed. The system consists of Manntek’s DCC (Dry Cryogenic Couplings), CBC (Cryogenic break-away Couplings), LNG bunkering hoses, an ESD (Emergency Shut Down which provides an ESD signal to ship or shore ESD system) and HPN2 (High Pressure Nitrogen System).

MannTek LNG Transfer Systems are lighter, by up to 50%, than any other LNG transfer system available today. This weight-saving is vital to owners and operators of the system as it makes it easier and safer for operators who have to manually lift the connections. MannTek’s CEO Markus Bäckström said: “The lighter design makes for a more maneuverable design which in turn makes the role of the system’s operators easier, and more importantly, safer.”

The Tornio Manga LNG Terminal is scheduled to be operational in the beginning of 2018 and will provide LNG for a new generation of LNG powered ships. It will be the largest imprt terminal for LNG in the entire Nordic region. 

Monday, 10 July, 2017

Another ship to ship LNG transfer system ready


MannTek has supplied LNG transfer equipment to many LNG transfer facilities around the world and on the 27th of June another ship to ship transfer system was ready for Factory Acceptance Test (FAT). The FAT was successfully completed at our facilities with both customers and  third party inspection (BV) present.

The system that will be delivered to Skangas is designed with two hose lines, 6” for liquid service and 4” for vapor service and consist of:

 

-DCC, Dry Cryogenic Couplings

-Powered Emergency Release Couplings (PERC)

-High Pressure Nitrogen Power and control Unit (HPN2),

-Composite hoses

-Wire drift off system with ESD 1&2. 

Tuesday, 17 January, 2017

MannTek now has the Type Approval from DNVGL for Cryogenic Breakaway Couplings

MannTek Cryogenic Breakaway Couplings (CBC) are now approved by DNVGL and complies to the DNV GL rules for classification – Ships Pt.5 Ch.7 Liquefied gas tankers. 

Sunday, 25 September, 2016

Opening of the first LNG Terminal in Finland

”MannTek is proud to be a part of LNG history in Finland and has supplied the complete bunkering system including CBC, DCC, PERC with ESD system and N2 shout down system, hoses and engineering.”

Wednesday, 1 June, 2016

+10000 Cryogenic Couplings

Now MannTek have more than 10000 Connections  with Cryogenic couplings globally. MannTek is the leading supplier for LNG couplings including the first LNG passenger vessel, the first LNG Cargo vessel and the first bunkering system for terminals with quick connectors. MannTek have a wide range of couplings for LNG from 1 to 8 inch. MannTek also have Cryogenic Breakaway Couplings in the range of 1 to 8 inch. We deliver Cryogenic Breakaway Couplings with three options, Breaking pin, Wire release and PERC (Power Emerging Release Coupling).

MannTek deliver solution for PERC ,ESD and consultancy  services for bunkering and terminal solutions

Tuesday, 26 January, 2016

Harvey Energy using Dry Cryogenic Couplings

The first shore-to-ship bunkering of Harvey Energy, loading 43,000 gallons using MannTek dry cryogenic couplings. For more information click here.

Tuesday, 17 January, 2017

MannTek now has the Type Approval from DNVGL for Cryogenic Breakaway Couplings

MannTek Cryogenic Breakaway Couplings (CBC) are now approved by DNVGL and complies to the DNV GL rules for classification – Ships Pt.5 Ch.7 Liquefied gas tankers. 

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