Leading cylinder lubrication technology

Hans Jensen Lubricators push the boundaries for cylinder lubrication solutions for large two-stroke marine engines.

Our solutions significantly reduce cylinder oil consumption and improve engine condition supporting the transition to green shipping.

We reduce cylinder oil consumption and improve engine condition

Minimize cylinder lubrication cost up to 60%

Extend the lifetime of liner and piston rings

Reduce particle and CO2 emissions

Green fuel compatible

Fleet owners

OPTIMIZE OPEX AND PREPARE FOR GREEN FUELS

Experience significant savings in cylinder lubrication consumption by up to 60% and lower emissions.

Hans Jensen lubrication technology improves engine condition and performance while minimizing the wear of cylinder liners and piston rings during the transition to green fuels.

Technical Managers

PROTECT ENGINES AND OPTIMIZE CLIENTS’ OPEX

Hans Jensen lubrication technology provides unmatched protection and operational efficiency for two-stroke engines.

Our solutions boost the operational performance of all vessel types and engine sizes, and facilitate the lubrication flexibility needed for a secure transition to greener fuels. Ideal for mixed fleet application.

CASE STUDY: “K” LINE BULK SHIPPING

Slices feed rate by 55%

“K” Line Bulk Shipping bought the HJ Lubtronic 2.0 SIP system for a total of 10 vessels. Feed rates of 0.5 g/kWh have been achieved since installation on both MC and ME engines, as well as improved cylinder conditions.

CASE STUDY: COSTAMARE

Face-off between HJL vs. standard lubricator

A joint test with MAN Diesel & Turbo (MDT) and Hans Jensen Lubricators determined the effectiveness of HJ Lubtronic SIP on a new, super-long stroke, electronically controlled engine which was prone to cold corrosion, high feed rates and high cylinder wear rates.

EEXI challenges cylinder condition

Lowering engine load
According to DNV and other maritime sources, the shipping industry is expected to introduce Engine Power Limitation (EPL) to reduce speeds for the majority of the global fleet in order to comply with EEXI regulation.

This simple yet significant change makes sense, but can increase the rate of cylinder health deterioration through corrosive wear. The reason being that engines are often not built for lower load over longer periods of time.

TESTIMONIAL

– I wish to thank you on behalf of “K” Line Bulk Shipping (UK) and also our two ship managers Fleet Management and “K” Line RoRo Bulk Shipmanagement, Manila for the extra care of your team dedicated to this project.

Our ship managers, who are the engineering experts, speak highly about HJL technology. We are able to confirm beyond doubt that this was the right decision and the project has been a great success.

– Georgi Yorgakiev, General Manager at “K” Line
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