Customer challenges
in the maritime industry

The maritime industry serves as a vital gateway for global trade and transportation. However, it often faces power quality issues that can hinder performance, productivity, and environmental impact. Power interruptions, voltage sags, harmonics, and poor power factor are common challenges encountered in maritime operations. Consequently, improving power quality and energy efficiency is essential for the maritime industry to ensure reliable operations and reduce environmental catastrophes.

Enhancing power quality ensures uninterrupted power supply, and minimizes downtime and logistical complications in port facilities, shipyards, and terminals. By addressing power quality issues, operators can mitigate the risks associated with equipment failures and operational disruptions. Improved power quality enhances performance and extends the lifespan of sensitive electrical equipment used in maritime operations. This leads to improved operational efficiency, reduced maintenance costs, and increased productivity. Improving power quality also aligns with environmental goals. By optimizing energy usage, the maritime industry can contribute to mitigating the environmental impact of its activities. Lastly, improving power quality and energy efficiency often results in significant cost savings.

Merus® Solutions improving power quality
in the maritime industry

  • Uninterrupted power supply and smooth operation
  • Minimized downtime without logistical complications
  • High process reliability
  • Reduced maintenance and operating costs
  • Extended lifetime of sensitive electrical equipment
  • Increased energy and operational efficiency
  • Compliance with strict grid codes including IEEE 519, G5/4, EN 50160, and also other power quality standards and regulations
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