Innovations at Seawork Asia

Kawasaki has obtained DNV approval for its L30KG gas engine

Leading commercial maritime event Seawork Asia to launch innovations. Seawork Asia will be the platform for numerous innovations over the course of the exhibition, being held at the World Expo Exhibition and Convention Center.

Tritex will be bringing its TriPower and TriMarine brands and innovative product ranges to Seawork Asia in November. Tritex Group leads the industry in marine products, technology, generators and air-conditioning systems. With a sales network in 12 countries throughout Asia, Tritex sees Seawork Asia as the ideal place to meet existing and new clients in one location.

In recent news, Japan-headquartered Kawasaki Heavy Industries (KHI) announced that it has obtained DNV approval for its L30KG gas engine, stating that it has become the first Japanese-designed gas engine to obtain type approval from DNV.

The L30KG is intended as a main propulsion engine for ships fuelled solely by gas and has been adapted to allow for numerous marine applications, addressing needs such as load fluctuation and can support a directly-coupled mechanical drive or a gas-electric propulsion system.

KHI is in the process of obtaining type approval for the associated control system. The engine is based on a Kawasaki gas engine developed for the distributed power generation market, which the company says boasts a highest-ever electrical efficiency of 49.0% and NOx emissions below 200 ppm(at 0% O2).

The gas engine is said to be able to reduce emissions to far below Tier III levels with no need for SCR or other NOx-reduction technology. Additionally it offers significant reductions in CO2 and SOx emissions compared to diesel engines. Read the full article.

Also on show at Seawork Asia will be a unique portfolio of navigation lights based on innovative use of LEDs (light emitting diodes). Lopolight’s compact and tough navigation lights offer excellent service lif over c.50,000 hours and consume approximately 80% less power.

Lopolight navigation lights are constructed strictly according to the IMO standards, and carry the wheelmark (MED) issued by MCA/Lloyds Register. Visit Lopolight on stand 143.

Book your stand now at to ensure your business does not miss out on the advantages of taking part in the first dedicated commercial marine and workboat exhibition and forum held in South East Asia. To find out how your organisation can benefit from attending please contact Sara Allerton, Events Sales Executive at Seawork Asia Tel: +44 1329 825335 or via email at sallerton@seaworkasia.com.

Discover more at www.seaworkasia.com or for Chinese website, visit www.seaworkasia.cn.