As Eskomarine, we believe in representing those companies who are not only elite in their respective areas but also those who have unparalled experience and know.

This we believe is of utmost importance because we have achieved a place in the maritime society for representing only the best and for offering our clients highest quality equipment.

Along these values, we are proud to be representing

  • Trojan Marinex Ballast Water Treatment Systems
  • CR Ocean Engineering Exhaust Gas Scrubeer Systems
  • Insatech A/S Bunkering and Fuel Consumption - Vessel Performance Monitoring Systems. ( Automation and ınstrumentation )
  • Norsepower Auxiliary Wind Propulsion Systems


Trojan Marinex Ballast Water Treatment Systems

In ballast water treatment systems, we are the excluisve agent in Turkey for Trojan Marinex. Trojan is the world's largest Ultra Violet (UV) producer and has been involved in only water treatment business for the past 40 years or so. Therefore the level of know how and experience enjoyed by Trojan cannot be matched without doubt.


  • Trojan has been involved in treating city water both for drinking as well as waster water treatment such as New  York City , Shanghai city etc..
  • The technology for the UV lamps as well as the Filters ( which have been customer designed for optimum performance ) are all in house and not outsourced.
  • Owing to the fact that both the UV lamps and the Filter is combined in one unit, it has the smallest footprint.
  • Trojan systems DO NOT use any chemicals.
  • It has absolutely NO Corrosive effect on ships ballast tanks and piping.
  • Its totally environmental friendly.
  • Trojan systems draw at least 50 pct leads power than all the competitors For 250 cbm/hr unit power consumption is 12 kW and for 500 cbm/hr unit it is 24 kW…
  • Since UV and Filtration is a physical process, there are absolutely no By-Products that are formed.
  • Maintenance is minimal and intact one full maintenance is required at around every 10000-12000 hours.
  • We have a Global support network for servicing.
  • Units range 150, 250, 500, 750, 1000, 1250 and 1500 cbm/hr in and all units also have Ex proof versions for use on tankers.
  • Trojan systems all use the same spares therefore for fleets having different sized units , the spares are all there same , it is only the numbers that change from one size to another.
  • Trojan units may be installed vertical or horizontal giving even further flexibility.
  • Trojan units have been tested not only in seawater and breakish water but also in Fresh water.
  • The testing has been carried out under the supervision of DNV which is certified as an independent Lab by USCG in accordance with ETV Ballast Water Protocol. This protocol is a key testing requirement for systems to obtain USCG Type Approval.
  • Land based testing has been carried out at the DHI Maritime Technology Evaluation Facility in Denmark and shipboard testing completed on board Training Ship Golden Bear. ( Both are part of DNV’s network of sub contractors approved by the USCG for testing BWT systems.
  • Trojan Systems have been tested and approved to one of the lowest UV transmittance value ( very poor water quality ) under full flow conditions.
With all these positive points put together, we believe to have , if not the best, one of the best units available in the market.
For more detailed information and quotations please contact Eskomarine...

CR Ocean Engineering Marine Exhaust Gas Scrubbers

The deadline for the worldwide use of Ultra Low Sulphur marine fuel is 01.01.2020 !!!
With a CR Ocean Engineering Marine Exhaust Gas Scrubber installed, the ship owners can continue to burn the much less expensive High Sulphur fuel knowing that their emmissions will be MARPOL compliant and having a piece of mind that their engines will not be faced with the serious maintenance issues faced when using Ultra Low Sulphur Marine fuels for long periods of time...
The design of the marine exhaust gas scrubber combines the most effective designs developed by CROE over the past 60 years and CR's understanding of the many needs and requirements of the shipping/marine industry including the need for small footprints and ease of retrofit into existing structures; the need for high reliability and high uncompromised efficiency; the need for reduce weight at the higher elevations to minimize impact to stability calculations; the need to reduce water circulation and the associated pump electrical usage; the need to be able to allow the exhaust gas through the scrubber without the complications of having to add a bypass and without concern to the integrity of the scrubber; the need to have available different configurations to more properly address any specific routing. To address these needs/requirements the CR marine exhaust gas scrubber includes the following features all designed to meet Marpol Compliance:
  • Bottom entry design to allow a direct upflow configuration and simplification of the engine exhaust gas duct.  This minimizes the required footprint and allows it to more easily fit into the existing structure with less modifications.
  • Strategically configured exhaust gas inlet and scrubber drainage to minimize any potential of water backflow to the engine.
  • Eliminated circulation water storage from bottom of scrubber vessel to a separate tank at a lower elevation to reduce weight at the higher elevations and improve stability.  This configuration also works in concert with the inlet and drainage configuration to reduce potential of water backflow to engine.
  • All metallic construction (external and internal) to extend the life of the system and to allow the exhaust gas to travel through the scrubber system in “dry conditions” and “without a bypass” during areas of the world where scrubbing is not yet needed.  The no-bypass capability reduces the amount of space required around the scrubber for the complex system of bypass ducting, valves and controls.  All this reduces the size of the area required for the scrubber leading to an easier fit on board and to lower installed costs. Additionally, it also increases the on-line reliability of the complete system.
  • Used proprietary packing designed specifically to increase contact area with lower liquid flows to save on the typical pumping costs associated with some scrubber designs.  The proprietary packing is also designed as part of the overall sound attenuation of the system in both the wet and the dry modes.
  • Configured the CR CR marine exhaust gas scrubber to be designed for single engine or for multistreaming operations
  • The CR marine exhaust gas scrubber is available in Open Loop Design, Closed Loop Design or Hybrid Design to provide maximum flexibility in the decision making process.  Let us help you decide what is best for you.
  • All provided at a very competitive price to help with the decision to install the CR scrubber on your vessel.
  • The use of CR's vast experience with packed tower designs allowed CR Ocean Engineering to design a packed-tower-based marine system that brings together the more than 60 years of CR technology development to this new scrubbing industry. Packed Tower Wet Scrubbers are ideal for ultra-high removal efficiencies required by Annex VI of MARPOL. CR strength lies in its engineering expertise and, although the principles underlying this design are well established, efficiencies of 99.99+% can only be achieved by proper selection of packing type, size, packing bed height and liquid to gas recycle rate. CR’s chemical engineers have the depth of knowledge to tailor marine exhaust gas scrubbers to the exacting requirements of each installation.

The CR marine exhaust gas scrubber is also available with a HIGH ENERGY VENTURI inlet for higher particulate reduction.  CR OCEAN ENGINEERING’s High Energy Venturi inlet is ideally suited to the capture of small particles between 0.5 and 3 microns. The success of an installation will depend on the engineering expertise involved in the units design. CR engineers have a level of expertise and a depth of experience unmatched in the industry.
 The CR exhaust gas scrubbers are available in a variety of diameters, heights and materials of construction and therefore are well suited to the inherent limitations involved in onboard installation. CR’s engineering teams is well versed in the intricacies of scrubber design and is uniquely prepared to address the atypical design requirements of the marine industry.
For more information,  please contact Eskomarine...

Insatech Emissions, Bunkering and Fuel Consumption Monitoring Systems

Insatech A/S is a Danish company established in 1989 and has since growing rapidly. Since the beginning the focus of Insatech has been on automation and instrumentation and with more than 25 years of experience in the field Insatech A/S is the perfect partner for ship owners. The main mission has always been, to be a trustworthy and competent partner, and as a result Insatech A/S enjoys longstanding partnerships with some of the world's leading manufacturers within instrumentation and automation.

Emissions, Bilge Monitoring, ODME, Sulpher Switches

Bilge Monitoring
The BilgeMon 488 15ppm Bilge Alarm is used in connection with the ship's oil filtering equipment where it monitors the oil content of the separated/filtered water. The Bilge Monitor is approved according to the latest IMO MEPC.107(49) rules and can therefore be used by smaller vessels in MARPOL "Special Areas" and by larger vessels as required by MARPOL Annex I. The BilgeMon 488 is compact and easy to install as a replacement for most old 15ppm alarms - A perfect retrofit.

Bilge Monitoring and Mastertrack588
The Bilge Monitoring Mastertrack588 is your tamper proof system, it’s control and monitoring is used in connection with the ship's oil filtering equipment where it monitors the oil content of the mechanism to ensure the bilge water discharge from a ship is in accordance with MARPOL 73/78, i.e. it does not exceed the legal limit. Therefore it is also nicknamed the White Box. The unit is required for vessels above 10.000 gross tons when operating in certain areas. The Mastertrack588 bilge monitor is thus your compliance tool.
S3 Smart Sulphur Switch
The S3 system distinguishes itself through its ability to always blend and adjust two fuels to the desired sulphur content. This enables monitoring and control of sulphur emissions. The system logs and reports nett fuel sulphur content, density, and the ship's position and speed. By installing the S3 system, the shipping company will meet MARPOL’s requirements for observance as well as documentation of sulphur emissions.
The ODME from Insatech Marine is a field tested and proven solution that complies with current and future MARPOL’s MEPC requirements. The ODME is equipped with oil content meter, flow meter, GPS functionality, data logging and programming that ensures minimum of action from the operator and supervisor. We also offer comprehensive installation, commissioning and training and since the ODME is a required system, we offer a tailor made service program with preventive maintenance including spare parts handling, periodical on board service and remote support.
Portable Sulfur in Fuel Oil Analyzer
To meet the needs of the industry, Insatech offers Rigaku’s NEX QC Portable Sulfur in Fuel Oil Analyzer. It is a simple and versatile ECXRF analyzer for the analysis of sulfur and other elements in a wide variety of petroleum fuels, including bunker and diesel. The Sulfur in Fuel Oil Portable Analyzer is an important tool to meet the requirements for monitoring sulfur at these various levels, with the ability to measure sulfur over a broad range of concentrations and into the future as sulfur levels become even lower.

Marine Fuel Bunker Blending, Bunker Flow Meter & Management Systems

Bunker Management System
Insatech Marine’s Bunker Management System (BMS) is developed, designed and constructed to act as a safeguard against manipulation of bunkered marine fuel oil. The system uses Coriolis mass flow meters to measure the mass of the fuel oil directly, so you do not have to rely on conversions from volume. Furthermore the system automatically adjusts for temperature variations and is able to detect any air in the oil as well as vent any excessive air. With this BMS you get the amount of fuel oil you have paid for!
Bunker Blending
The Insatech Marine Bunker Blending solution will help you blend and deliver bunker fuel in the correct quality and in a well defined quantity. The solution uses mass flow meters based on the Coriolis principle, which provides you with a direct measurement of mass and density. This ensures delivery of bunker at any viscosity using the minimum but correct amount of gas oil. The bunker you deliver will therefor always meet the ISO 8217 requirements and both quantity and quality will be documented in an automatic bunker report.
Bunker Management System for Barges
With the Bunker Management System for Barges you will have equipment that places you on the forefront of new requirements and regulations, here amongst those of MPA (Singapore). The system uses Coriolis mass flow meters to measure fuel oil delivered as well as received. The system only needs a one-time setup and afterwards the system is ready to be used by a single press of a button, after bunkering the system generates Bunker Delivery Notes according to IMO requirements, which can easily be printed and delivered.

Engine Room turnkey solutions, calibration and marine fuel consumption system

Thrust and Torque Measurement
The use of T-Sense Torque measurement system or TT-Sense Thrust and Torque measurement system from VAF Instruments means efficiency improvements, overload protections and prevention against breakdown costs. For example, in the shipping industry its application has in some cases led to fuel saving of up to 5%. The toque meter is easily installed because it is mounted directly on the shaft of the vessel and then sends data wirelessly.
We introduce calibration solutions for the Marine and Offshore Industry. The equipment can be purchased as single components, or we can deliver configurable/customized solutions in transport boxes. We have instruments to calibrate; temperature, pneumatic pressure, weight and more. We also offer Calibration services for pressure, temperature, liquid flow, emissions and sulphur in oil.
Marine Kit
The IKM Marine Calibrators and Test Case offers a complete set of tools for maintaining your control instrumentation. If you are not sure what the problem is, the Marine Kit offers you the best help in troubleshooting and calibration. The Marine Kit can be used on the engines, propulsion, boilers, hydraulic plant and much more.
Fuel Consumption System
The Fuel Consumption System gives you great insight into your ships fuel consumption. Coriolis mass flow meters ensures an accuracy better than 0.3% of nominel flow measured directly in mass. By measuring the fuel consumption with high accuracy mass flow meters and using dedicated data acquisition and processing systems, the marine fuel consumption can be monitored and compared with position and speed as well as historical data. The insight into fuel consumption will help you determine the exact benefit of fuel saving actions / improvements as well as freeing man-hours for other important things.
Performance Monitoring System
The Performance Monitoring System (PMoS) is based on high accuracy measurements of key factors such as Fuel Consumption measured by mass flow meters, shaft power by Torque meter and generator output by power meters. The data is collected, displayed, stored and distributed automatically by the system, and can be used for monitoring of the performance of the vessel as is and over time. Basic Key Performance Indicator (KPI) values such as the Specific Fuel Oil Consumption and kg/Nm can be monitored, and combined with the experience the crew can gain from these data, new cost effective optimization projects can be implemented.
Norsepower Auxiliary Wind Propulsion

The Norsepower Rotor Sail Solution is a modernized version of the Flettner rotor – a spinning cylinder that uses the Magnus effect to harness wind power to propel a ship. When the wind conditions are favorable, Norsepower Rotor Sails allow the main engines to be throttled back, saving fuel and reducing emissions while providing the power needed to maintain speed and voyage time. Rotor sails can be used with new vessels or they can be retrofitted to existing ships.

The Norsepower Rotor Sail Solution was installed in November 2014 on board Bore's Estraden. Based on the independently verified results, the Rotor Sails reduced the average fuel consumption by more than 6%. The technology has potential for fuel savings of up to 20% for vessels with multiple, large Rotor Sails operating in areas with favorable wind conditions.

Norsepower Rotor Sails are suitable for installation on ships, which have the required installation space available on deck. Typically, such vessels are Ro-Ro ships, tankers, bulk carriers and passenger vessels.

Norsepower has won a number of awards for the innovative Rotor Sail technology. In September 2015 the Norsepower Rotor Sail Solution won the Energy Efficiency Solution Award in annual Ship Efficiency Awards, organized by Fathom Maritime Intelligence. In June 2016 the product was awarded with the Innovation of the Year Award at the Electric & Hybrid Marine Awards. In May 2017 Norsepower’s CEO Tuomas Riski was awarded the Young Entrepreneur Award at Norshipping.


Norsepower Rotor Sail

The thrust induced by the Magnus effect can be utilized in ship propulsion by placing a cylinder on the open deck of the vessel and by rotating it around its main, vertical axis. An electric drive system that is powered by the auxiliary electrical network of the vessel is used for rotation of the Rotor Sail.

The Norsepower Rotor Sail Solution is around ten times more efficient than a conventional sail, because more lift is produced with a much smaller sail area. Due to its simplicity, it requires no reefing or crew attention when in operation. It is "push button wind propulsion" from the bridge. This allows the main engines to be throttled back, saving fuel and emissions while providing the power needed to maintain speed and voyage time. The technology, the basic concept of which is known as a Flettner Rotor, was originally invented by Finnish engineer Sigurd Savonius and was later demonstrated by Anton Flettner in an Atlantic crossing that took place in 1926.

The original basic engineering solution has a limited degree of sophistication, but Norsepower has created various new improvements for which several patents have been granted.


The key advantages of the Norsepower Rotor Sail Solution are:


  • Fuel costs can be reduced typically by 5% to 20% without lowering the operating speed of the vessel.
  • Rotor Sail operation is highly automated and it can be controlled by the crew from the bridge.
  • The solution has been tested in co-operation with leading classification societies to ensure that it is robust, durable and safe to use.
  • Rotor sails can be installed in new vessels or they can be refitted to an existing ship.


The Norsepower Rotor Sail Solution is the first commercially available auxiliary wind propulsion solution with a proven track record of successful operation.