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What Does IMO 2022 Mean for Ship Owners?

Navel Ships

In 2016, the IMO announced that the effective date for the reduction of marine fuel sulphur will be 2022.

Under the new global cap, ships will have to use marine fuels with a sulphur content of no more than 0.5%S against the current limit of 3.5%S in an effort to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.

Shipowners will soon need to decide if they want to continue using high sulphur fuel oil, in conjunction with scrubbers or exhaust gas cleaning systems; or switch to low sulphur fuel options, including distillates; or virtually sulphur-free LNG fuel.

The solution that works best for types of ships :


  • Diesel fuel burn is more efficient due to “hydrogen assisted” burn.
  • Maintains all OEM engine warranties.
  • Fuel consumption reduced by 10-30%
  • Increases Engine Horsepower & Torque.
  • Low cost to maintain the product, just add
    Distilled water.
  • Longer Engine & Filter life
  • Annual Reduction in Maintenance cost
  • Payback in less than a year depending on
  • Decease harmful exhaust emissions giving
    you cleaner breathable air.
  • Significant reduction of greenhouse gas
    emissions. (CO, CO2,
    NOx,HC,SO2,NO,PM,VOC,CH4,SF6, and
  • High sulphur fuel can still be used with this
  • hydrogen enhancement.

One Simple Step to Installation

The only modification required, to any existing internal combustion engine, is a small hole in the air intake manifold, which allows the flow of hydrogen gas into the combustion chamber.

One Simple Step to Installation

It’s a process of electrolysis separating water, hydrogen and oxygen by
applying an electric current.

When hydrogen is introduced into the combustion chamber of any internal combustion engine, the hydrogen enhances the air and fuel mix leading to an almost complete burn of the fuel.

This causes a
significant decrease in the input of GHGs and a reduction in fuel consumption.

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