Saturday, November 17, 2018

Cmr Group News

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The Digital Future of Exhaust Gas Temperature Sensors

CMR Group’s chief technical officer, Patrice Flot, considers the current approach to sensing exhaust gas temperature (EGT) on high horsepower engine platforms and the capabilities provided by new digital technology. An EGT sensor measures the temperature of the engine exhaust gas to prevent damage to critical components such as the after treatment system, turbines and cylinder head exhaust valves. It can also be used inside the combustion chambers where hot gases are generated.

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CMR Debuts Gas Engine Pressure Regulator

A range of gas engine pressure regulators, which provide control of pressure levels within the fuel train on dual fuel or natural gas engines, is new for control and instrumentation specialists CMR Group. CMR’s regulators enable high-pressure gas fuel from lines and tanks to be reduced to safe and/or usable pressures for the secure and reliable operation of high horsepower engine technology used in a wide range of harsh and challenging environments including the onshore/offshore oil and gas industry.

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CMR Debuts Engine Supervision and Management Software

CMR Group has introduced a new Integrated Alarm Monitoring and Control System (IAMCS) for marine and naval engine applications which it said provides technologically-advanced capabilities for improved marine vessel supervision, safety and management and delivers a cost-effective IAMCS solution that creates long-term operational savings for marine customers. The new IAMCS systems will be on display at the CMR Group stand at the SMM 2014 tradeshow in Hamburg, September 9-12. A microprocessor…

James Thwaites (left) and Lee Willmott celebrate CMR securing five-figure investment funding from Innovate UK (Photo: CMR Group)

CMR Group Awarded R&D Funding

CMR Group said it has won funding support from Innovate UK for a new electrical wiring harness being developed for industrial diesel and gas engines used in harsh environments. The firm, which specializes in marine control instrumentation and electrical engineering, is set to invest the five-figure cash sum in a major research and development program to design and develop a new generation of ‘people-centered’ harnesses. An electrical wiring harness is a piece of equipment that forms the backbone of an electronic engine…

Monico and CMR Form Strategic Alliance

Monico Monitoring, Inc., a company in the industrial monitoring and control solutions market, formed a strategic alliance with CMR Group, a manufacturer of industrial engine controls, wiring harnesses and electrical management systems. The move will see the companies working closer together on both existing and new projects to develop and grow business in core industrial engine, genset and gas compressor markets around the world. Through this partnership, Monico, whose international customer base includes…

Engine Supervision and Management Software

CMR Group introduced a new Integrated Alarm Monitoring and Control System (IAMCS) for marine and naval engine applications which it said provides technologically-advanced capabilities for improved marine vessel supervision, safety and management and delivers a cost-effective IAMCS solution that creates long-term operational savings for marine customers. This fully integrated capability offers advanced monitoring and control of critical ship functions such as engines, pumps and valves.

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New Diesel Fuel Quality Sensor from CMR

According to engine control and instrumentation specialists CMR Group, significant fuel savings can be achieved by diesel engine owners and marine vessel operators using the world’s first commercial high horsepower diesel fuel quality sensor. The new Near Infrared Intelligent Sensor (NIRISTM) has been developed to detect fuel parameters through advanced hydro carbon profiling which measures the molecular structure of fuel. This allows real time optimization of injection, combustion and post-treatment for all types of fuel, including bio-fuels.

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CMR Targets OEM Engine Sector, Appoints Marcaillou

Sebastien Marcaillou has been appointed VP general engine sales at electrical wiring control and instrumentation specialists, CMR Group as it targets international growth and diversification. He brings more than 15 years’ experience in developing new business and sales management to the post, which includes a wealth of expertise gained with engineering businesses supplying international markets in Europe, North America, Africa and Asia. Based at CMR Group in Marseille, France…

Didier Briand

Marine Engines Supplier Drives Growth

Marine engine controls, wiring harnesses and electrical management systems’ manufacturer CMR Group is gearing up for growth with several senior management appointments across its global operations. Didier Briand comes in as the new international commercial manager at CMR France’s Marseille-based operation with a brief to drive sales, growth and expansion across the company’s range of industrial, power generation and marine products and services. He brings a wealth of commercial…