Upgrades and retrofits

Maintain your fuel supply system’s peak performance

Auramarine’s fuel supply units are renowned for their durability and long service life. Later in their lifecycle, you can upgrade your equipment to maintain its peak performance. This could typically include cooler/heater installations, automation advances or fuel changeover solutions. Upgrade packages improve system longevity, reliability, fuel efficiency, engine performance and environmental protection. They can be delivered in parts or as modular solutions and with or without installation services.

One step away from optimal

To get started, all we need from you is basic technical documentation for an appraisal of your fuel system’s design and its features. Based on these, we will outline our proposal for improvements. An on-board inspection report is then required prior to initiating the upgrade design. These can be submitted either by an experienced Auramarine engineer following a visit on board or by a chief engineer following detailed Auramarine instructions. The planning phase of an upgrade normally takes between one to two weeks and the update itself between a few days to two weeks, depending on the extent of the work. If required, Auramarine can arrange project co-ordination, delivery, assembly and installation on a turn-key basis.

To allow enough time for design and delivery, we recommend that you contact us at an early stage. However, we are always happy to meet urgent component requests from our stock supplies.

Even if your original equipment is not from Auramarine, it pays to contact us for a proposal. We are your fuel system expert, benefit from our experience.


Brochure: Fuel supply system upgrades for passenger ships, cruise ships, ferries

Find out how you can benefit from our expertise for low sulphur fuel compatibility, fuel changeovers, off-scrubber operation and accurate fuel consumption data.

Updated 10.8.2018

Brochure: Get ready for 2020

Customised upgrades for fuel systems

Updated 29.8.2018

Brochure: MGO units

Read more about MGO units for retrofit purposes

Updated 3.12.2019