This is a cyclonic cleaning system designed to supply clean water to the bearings of the system to be lubricated. For example, for the bearings and tail shaft seals lubricated with seawater, the main guide bearing and the segmented seals of a turbine.
This is done at a minimum flow rate of 0.15 litres/minute for each mm of shaft diameter. It separates the abrasive particles greater than 80 microns and/or with a specific weight of 1.2 from the water to be supplied to the system.
It has an alarm that warns about changes in the water flow conditions or decreases in water flow to the bearings. It can operate independently or can be fully integrated into the ship’s control and monitoring systems to allow operation in an unmanned machinery area.
This system scan be adapted to a large number of shaft sizes and provide an appropriate degree of redundancy for the container involved.
We have several sizes of equipment depending on the number of litres per minute it is required to supply.