The standardization of the conversion process of a bulk carrier into a flexible vessel, which can be transformed into a FLNG, a FSRU, a FPSO, an LPG FPSO and a powership.
Clean Air Now.
A particular type of ship propulsion developed to reduce air pollution.
An innovative trimaran designed to sail on batteries, but with the possibilities of using gas turbines on medium long journey. Propulsion system is H2 ready.
High Efficiency – Reduced Emission
A particular type of hybrid marine propulsion, made using lithium batteries and the use of gas engines or gas turbines, fuelled with LNG.
A catamaran designed to operate in a completely different way, using gas turbines and being fed by LNG. Propulsion system is H2 ready.
The brand “The artisans of design” aims at highlighting the craftsmanship that characterizes the work of design and engineering carried out by CMIT.
Process of converting a bulk carrier ship into a ship for fluids storage and transport, characterized by a hull, a deck and a plurality of holds covered at the top by the deck.
In a passenger ship, inside the hull, at least one habitable compartment is obtained, in correspondence to the submerged portion, with at least one submerged porthole with an external glass and an internal glass.
The external and internal glasses must be mutually separated by a watertight space containing an inert gas at a pressure greater than the pressure of the hydrostatic head in correspondence with at least one submerged porthole.