Kindly note that at Posidonia 2018, you will find Oceandynamic at :

Hall 2 - Stand No 2.334 | SAACKE Marine Systems
Boilers | Burners | SOx Scrubbers & Automation Systems


 Hall 2 - Stand No 2.251 | HOOVER FERGUSON
Compactors | Balers | Food Grinders & IBCs

To contact us at the exhibition please call us on: +30 6937257567 or +30 6945605715
We are looking forward to welcoming you for friendly discussions with our competent staff and refreshments / drinks!

On April 12th, 2017, HYDRUS Group in collaboration with ALMI Tankers completed its first accredited assessment of the MRV monitoring plan for the vessel M/V ALMI SKY. The assessment was carried out by EMICERT, the world’s first accredited verifier, with great success.


By being in constant communication with verifiers and regulatory bodies, HYDRUS are able to protect Owners from time-wasting procedures and hefty fines by eliminating the risk of non-compliance.

From 2020, new regulations for sulfur emissions will apply worldwide (IMO resolution).


The SAACKE EGCS-HM scrubber guarantees the continued use of heavy fuel oil, while reliably complying with the required emissions values. Its short amortization period makes it attractive for new-builds and retrofits alike. Our scrubber system was officially certified by the classification society DNV-GL and has been successfully tested in practice.

The PUTZMAUS® is an automatic cleaning system which works in small spaces and is driven by compressed air.


With its powerful yet gentle stainless steel brushes, it can return any flue gas tube to a high polish with no material damage, thereby assuring that the best possible heat transfer and, consequently, the highest possible efficiency with the smallest consumption of fuel is achieved once again.

ATMOS is a highly sophisticated software tool, which has been developed in order to optimize and simplify monitoring of the cargo heating process by the crew.


Its function is based on a ship-specific thermodynamic model, which is constantly enriched with statistical data from other users and according to good marine practice. The accuracy of the model is being improved continuously as it is fed by a wide database, which is updated daily by other tanker operators that use ATMOS on their vessels.

We’re delighted to share with you full details of our exciting new high frequency pulse radar product, the ScanRad, which was launched at the SMM exhibition in Hamburg on September 2016.

Typically for use on chemical carriers, product carriers, barges and in industrial applications, the ScanRad is a high performance instrument for measurement of level/ullage in tanks.

The SAACKE EGCS permits the operation both with the worldwide SOx limit of 0.5% and the even more stringent requirements inside ECAs of 0.1 % - no matter if the cap will finally come in 2020 or should be delayed to 2025.

Give us a call or send us an email and we can easily give you an idea of the design, the investments costs and the payback period.

What is VOC? During loading, storage and transportation of cargo on tanker vessels, Volatile Organic Compounds (VOC) is emitted to the atmosphere. Evidently, the emission represents a loss of considerable amounts of cargo and thus money. But the harmful consequences to the environment are of greater importance as VOC gases are a pollutant to the atmosphere.


Our Principals Messrs JangWon SM introduce the VOC Reduction System as a direct solution with a short payback period for the investment.

Bunker HFO instead of LSMGO and navigate in Emission Control Areas in compliance with the IMO.  Significantly reduce your fuel costs by using a scrubber.  But what’s the whole amount for it?  And when will the investment pay off?


The SAACKE EGCS Configurator designs and calculates a system tailored to your ship. Base your decision on substantiated calculations instead on a gut feeling.

Columbia Cruise Services (CCS) approached our Principals Messrs PSM Marine Instrumentation as the existing tank gauging system on the MV Thomson Dream cruise ship which they manage had become old and unreliable.  Maintenance costs were increasing and spare parts were becoming very expensive and difficult to obtain.


At 55,000 gross tonnage and measuring 244m in length with 12 decks, and able to hold up to 1,500 passengers and 600 crew members, this is one of the larger vessels for which PSM have been briefed to provide a complete ship wide tank gauging system.


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