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M.A. Turbo/Engine Ltd

  • Equipment, Machinery & Materials-Engines & Propulsion

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1504 - 1010 Burnaby Street
Vancouver Britich Colambia V6E 4L8
Canada

M.A. Turbo/Engine Ltd is a small R&D company specializing in emission control and fuel saving for marine diesel engines.

Company Continuous Water Injection System (CWI) is installed on many vessels/engines in Asia, Canada, Europe. CWI reduces NOx emission by 20%-30%, CO emission by 15%-20% and PM emission by 25-40% with simultaneous specific fuel consumption reduction by up to 5%. Usual pay-back period for CWI is around one year.


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