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The Vaf Instruments T-Sense® torque measuring system is a highly advanced and intelligently designed optical system that allows for easy and efficient measurement of torque. Its user-friendly features make it a preferred choice for ship crews and shipyards as it can be mounted around the shaft without requiring engineering or commissioning assistance. The T-Sense® system is seamlessly integrated with the PEM4 Propulsion Efficiency Monitor, which is a modern monitoring system developed by VAF Instruments based on their extensive experience and proven technology. It enables the monitoring of one or two T-Sense® torque measuring systems and the fuel consumption of up to six engines or consumers, making it a comprehensive solution for ship efficiency improvement and engine performance monitoring.
The T-Sense® system offers various modules and extensions, including energy consumption, actual fuel consumption, specific fuel consumption, fuel consumption per nautical mile, total power calculation, and propeller thrust measurement. These extensions can be seamlessly integrated into the PEM4 system by incorporating additional signals such as fuel flows, fuel temperature, speedlog, GPS, or shaft generator power level. Key benefits of the T-Sense® system include fuel savings through efficiency improvements, prevention of damage and overhaul costs, easy installation without the need for engineering assistance, streamlined communication with only one cable to the bridge, and robust maintenance-free design. VAF Instruments also offers competitive pricing, quick delivery times, and a worldwide service network of certified agents, ensuring excellent customer support.
Mr. Marine trades under Mr. Marine Elevator, Mr. Marine Ballast and Mr. Marine Instruments & Controls. Our dynamic company aims at keeping vessels safe and compliant, anywhere in the world. With technical know-how, unparalleled spare part sourcing and 24/7 responsiveness, we are your global beacon.
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