Parker Kittiwake Procal has launched a new advanced data gathering system that can assist ship operators with Emission Control Area (ECA) compliance.
The Procal 1200M data gathering system and control unit collects and processes data from Parker Kittiwake Procal’s marine emissions analysers and can send and receive data from devices that monitor exhaust gas scrubbing systems.
The system allows reporting and monitoring of emissions including sulphur oxides (SOx), carbon dioxide (CO2), nitrogen oxides (NOx) and other parameters such as pH, seawater temperature, turbidity, polyaromatic hydrocarbon equivalents, and wash water flow rate.
Furthermore, the unit is fully compliant with the security requirements of MARPOL Annex VI.
Chris Daw, business development manager, Parker Kittiwake Procal, commented: “An easy-to-use hub for all scrubber and CEMS related data, the Procal 1200M unit not only provides the crew with essential information.