With experience based on creating and implementing more than 2,300 land based scrubbers over the last 20 years and since 2013 completing more than 100 maritime SOx Scrubber projects.
VDL AEC Maritime focuses on the development, engineering, sales, in-house manufacturing, commissioning, service & after sales of innovative maritime products and systems of the highest quality.
Over the years we have managed to make scrubbing simple. Our Open, Closed and Hybrid Scrubber systems are easy to operate, maintenance friendly and can be fitted into vessels with all types of engines.
The VDL AEC Maritime EGCS is cost & fuel efficient and easy to use. Your vessel crew quickly learns to operate it during an effective familiarization session.
The currently most reliable strategy to reduce carbon emissions is to capture the CO2 released during combustion from the exhaust gases. This CO2 must then be briefly stored on board until it can be unloaded in a port.
A major advantage of a carbon capture system is that it hardly requires any adjustments to the current engine system. The system can be integrated in newbuilds and can also be retrofitted on existing ships.
After years in the maritime industry I have seen developments in various areas including legislation. The decision on how to comply with IMO regulations can be challenging. We understand what is needed to make the right decision and provide you with our best advice. You get a clear overview of all options available and the added value for your fleet.
With the highest standards in the market we ensure the quality and attention your organization deserves. We can proudly say that: ‘Scrubbing is in our DNA’. Together we take on your challenge to make the right decision for your organization.
Scrubbing made simple: Our scrubber systems are easy to operate, maintenance friendly and connects to all types of engines.
A small footprint ensures optimal usage of your vessel’s space due to the inline design.
An optimized scrubbing process ensures an efficient reduction of SOx/CO2 and PM, resulting in a low energy consumption.
Service & After sales
VDL Groep, headquartered in Eindhoven, the Netherlands, is an international industrial family business with 105 operating companies, spread throughout 20 countries,
with around 15,000 employees. The VDL companies break down into four divisions: Subcontracting, Car Assembly, Buses and Coaches and Finished products.