Emission control & scrubber systems
Star Marine is supplier of Urea 40% (AUS40) in all major ports, both in bulk as 1000L IBC.
With our own production facilities, you can be guaranteed of continuous supply of Starmarine Urea 40 (AUS40), with a network capable to supplying all major ports.
Star Marine Urea 40 (AUS40) is a special urea solution that contains 40% urea for marine ISO18611 applications
Star Marine Urea 40 (AUS40) can be used in heavy-duty engines equipped with SCR (Selective Catalytic Reaction) systems and is especially suitable for NOx reduction in marine vessels.
NOx emission control using an exhaust scrubber and Star Marine Urea 40
Strong efforts have been made on the development of technology that can reduce such emissions effectively. SCR (Selective Catalytic Reduction) technology, using urea solutions as the reduction agents, is considered to be a key technology for abating NOx emissions in the marine sector.
New and stricter emissions legislation have been implemented in the marine sector. Shallow and deep sea vessels, as well as inland vessels, will all be equipped with SCR technology which must be used in Emission Control Areas aiming to minimize airborne emissions from ships.
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Most Star Marine products carry the IMO (International Maritime Organization) certification, which ensures overseas maritime safety.
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Star Marine is a global leader in marine chemicals. We produce and provide cleaning solutions and related products for the merchant marine industry. Our extensive range of products is perfectly suited to clean, maintain and ensure maximum performance of different ship types: cargo, cruise and tank ships.
Our team can rely on over 35 years of expertise in marine cleaning chemicals, water treatment, tank cleaners and other marine-related products. We provide these products to a distribution network covering all the major ports on every continent.
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Star Marine has an extensive network of ports in over 20 countries, including all major European and US ports, the port of Fujairah in the United Arab Emirates, the port of Durban in South Africa, the world ports in Asia such as Singapore, Hong Kong, India, Korea, China and also the connecting harbors of Suez and Panama.