|Installation||Permanent On Deck||Pipe Adaptor|
|Size||Retrofit On Existing Pipe Segment||8" - Fuel Oil Bunker Manifold 4"- Distilate|
|Cost||Project Based H/W Installation Subscription For Reporting Analysis||Fuel Analysis As A Service|
dRBUNKER-B is a standard skid of pipe segment, mounted with commercially available process instrumentation, retrofitted onboard the tanker, that implements the dRSCAN technology. The specific process data acquired real-time from the piping skid, will provide continuous monitoring of fuel quality and detect any major contaminant anomaly during transfer to & from the tanker.
An existing pipe segment onboard the deck of the bunker tanker, shall be replaced with an identical pipe segment coupled with dRBUNKER-B standard skid, following respective safety and class regulations. Conventional process instruments will be mounted onto the pipe segment to collect specific process data real-time. The process data shall be time-stamped and stored in a data acquisition unit (DAU), which then be wirelessly uploaded to Dravam’s cloud service for analysis.
- Class certified skid installed on Zone 1 area of a Bunkering Vessel
- Data is transmitted to Dravam’s Machine Learning Fuel Analysis Engine dRSCAN via 4G network
- Loading and discharge operations can be monitored after completion via dRHUB Cloud Console
dRSHIP is Dravam’s product offering to the shipping industry, to monitor the bunker fuel transfer to the vessel’s storage tanks. dRSHIP is designed as a portable pipeline adaptor, which shall be brought onto the vessel and installed onto the bunker manifold of the receiving ship, during bunkering. The bunker hose and the drip sampling kit can be installed at the free flange.
dRSHIP utilises dRSCAN tech, to comprehensively scan the fuel transfer for contaminants. The process data shall be time-stamped and stored in a data acquisition unit (DAU), which then be wirelessly uploaded to Dravam’s cloud service for analysis.
dRSHIP is offered as Analysis-as-a-Service, whereby the portable skid is brought onto the vessel only for the bunkering operation. No modifications are required on the vessel.