Engines, Propellers, Energy-Saving Systems
Kawasaki UA Marine Propulsion Turbines
Kawasaki Heavy Industries, Ltd. began manufacturing steam turbines under technological cooperation with Curtis Co, (U.S.A.) and John Brown (Great Britain) in 1907. Since then, the original technology always staying ahead of competition, Kawasaki developed has earned the company a high reputation in the marine turbine field.
Responding to the needs for high-power, high-efficiency and super-automated systems, Kawasaki has developed new types of marine propulsion plants such as the UA, UB, UC non-reheat plants, and UR re-heat plants.
The recently improved versions of UA turbines for LNG carriers have been delivered for the Projects in Japan and abroad such as Indonesia, Malaysia and Abu-Dhabi. The high reliability of these turbines have been proved by the operation of the more than 150 units delivered to date.
Completely standardized and series-designed, Kawasaki marine turbines are available in many types and sizes
1. Flexible and wide range of applications
2. Excellent performance
3. High reliability
4. Easy operation, maintenance, overhaul, and inspection