Northern Lights and HUG Engineering Partner
Leading manufacturer of marine generator sets Northern Lights, Inc. (NLI) is pleased to announce a newly formed partnership with HUG Engineering of Switzerland to provide complete, IMO III certified clean air power generation solutions.
HUG Engineering is a leading manufacturer of exhaust after-treatment equipment with over 30 years of experience in emission control technologies. This new partnership will allow customers to purchase Northern Lights’ line of marine generator sets and HUG’s selective catalytic NOx reduction (SCR) systems or particle filter (DPF) systems as one completely integrated solution. This engineered solution is fully IMO III Certified and meets the stringent performance and packaging requirements of the maritime industry. Ideal for the superyacht market, the SCR / DPF is available for Northern Lights units above 115kWe installed on vessels over 500 gross register tonnage.
“Northern Lights is well known for producing the world’s highest quality marine generator sets. Likewise, HUG Engineering is well known for producing the highest quality after-treatment systems,” says Northern Lights Vice President and General Manager Brian Vesely, “Both companies are wide-scope, market-driven manufacturers, dedicated to engineering solutions for the marine industry. This collaboration marks a significant milestone in the ability for NLI and HUG to offer off-the-shelf solutions for these new IMO III requirements, which gives customers an advantage when building or refitting a vessel under these new standards”
Representatives from Northern Lights and HUG Engineering will be on hand at the Monaco International Yacht Show, at stands QAA29 and QH13, respectively to discuss this exciting partnership.
The Northern Lights family of marine generator sets include products from 5-545kW at 60Hz (4.5 to 475 kW at 50 Hz) with a comprehensive line up of marine-ready accessories, including sound attenuated sound enclosures and vibration-dampening compound mounts.
The products and services herein described in this press release are not endorsed by The Maritime Executive.