Veth Propulsion
Veth Propulsion
Nanengat 17
3356 AA Papendrecht
+3178 615 22 66 - info@veth.net

 
Veth Integrated L-drive
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Our core values Why Veth Propulsion?
  • Quality | In-house assembly, testing and development
  • Service | Flexible, proactive and fast, 24 / 7!
  • Innovation | Always looking for new and custom solutions
  • Sustainability | Corporate Social Responsibility as a core value

Veth Integrated L-drive

Veth Propulsion is presenting a revolutionary concept in the field of electric propulsion: the Veth Integrated L-drive. This innovation offers the following benefits:

  • Compact design: extremely low mounting space requirements
  • High efficiency
  • Quiet; minimal noise production
  • Low weight
  • Built using proven Veth Propulsion technology
  • Outstanding manoeuvrability thanks to the 360-degree thrust
  • Electric motor inside the ship; few vulnerable components underwater
  • Simple to install
  • Slip ring cabinet unnecessary
  • Optimal flow of water thanks to ’Shark Tail’ on counter-rotating propeller

Very compact thruster
The PM motor was designed in collaboration with Visedo and allows for a much lower mounting height. On average, a PM motor is 40% to 60% more compact than an asynchronous motor. This PM motor is integrated into the thruster and makes a very compact thrusters, when combined with the special mounting method, the alignment of the headsets and the adjustments to the control box. The design makes use of every millimetre, without compromising quality. 

Noise reduction
The Veth Integrated L-drive is diesel-electric driven, which results in hugh noise reduction in the first place. The choices Veth Propulsion made for a L-drive (no gear transmission in the vessel), a water-cooled PM-motor (re the air-colled asynchronous motor) and electrical controlling (re hydraulic controlling) guarantees even more noise reduction.

High efficiency and minimal resistance
Because an L-drive has only one gear transmission, it already results in higher efficiency. A PM motor, in particular the part load, is more efficient than an asynchronous motor. At e.g. 25% load, there is an improvement in efficiency of 5.2%.

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