Bernd Hetterscheidt takes on management of the international manufacturer of combustion technology
Fast and efficient project implementation for SAACKE customers through proximity to Asian offshore markets
New pH value calculation model reduces operating costs
IMO-compliant Exhaust Gas Cleaning System in use on the tanker MT Levana for a year
Nitrogen oxide emissions < 30 mg/m³ based on 3.0% dry O2 certified by the German TÜV
SAACKE GmbH receives a major order to deliver burners to upgrade Polish power stations
SAACKE GmbH upgrades the centerpiece of H&R Ölwerke Schindler GmbH in Hamburg
SAACKE GmbH commissioned combustion plant to increase efficiency / symbolic handover
Delivery of a high temperature water boiler system by May 2015
Live surveillance and optimization using data cloud storage, also possible from land
Classification increases planning certainty for exhaust gas scrubber operators
The low-emission CMB-VF-LONOX revolutionizes multi-boiler systems for a range of ship types
Imabari Shipbuilding receives a GCU 350 and a SSB-LCG burner for each ship
13. BImSchV (German Federal Emission Control Ordinance) contains challenges for combustion plant operators
There is a need for action within the German small and mid-sized business sector / SAACKE solution lowers emissions without reducing output.
Carl Büttner Shipmanagement will be using innovative exhaust gas purification technology from SAACKE
Tanker MT Levana is being refitted / upstream soot separation offers advantages over conventional solutions
Free flow process decisive for Chinese shipyard Hudong-Zhonghua and ship owner CS-LNG
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SAACKE GmbH is breaking new ground with an extremely efficient combination of micro turbines and firing plants for combined heat and power...
"A better use of energy – a practical handbook for combustion" is the title of a new reference manual for engineers, service technicians...
On their routes across the ocean cruise ships obtain their auxiliary energy needs from diesel-driven generators and boiler systems. While...
Increased output with less power consumption: Angus Chemie invests eleven million euros in new incinerator
In the future Angus Chemie GmbH will incinerate its production waste and convert it into useable energy with an output of eleven megawatts....