Providing "safety" in sailing the seven seas
Once having left port, a ship must rely entirely on its onboard equipment.
Shouldering the responsibility of a safe voyage is
TERASAKI's prime concerns backed by its sound ship control technology.
We are particularly proud of our track records
in providing "power distribution systems"
and "engine monitoring and control systems" worldwide.
We boast a top-ranking share in markets worldwide and are widely known
throughout the shipbuilding and marine transportation industries.
With more than 16,000 of our systems installed on large-size ships,
the challenge to new technologies has already long been our aim.
"Medium voltage switchgears"
model : HS21
Offering a high level of safety and approved by classification societies worldwide, the HS21 medium voltage switchgears are mainly used on board LNG ships and large container ships that require high-capacity electrical power generation systems.
"Generating plant management
system"model : GAC21
The GAC21 is the heart of the main electrical power distribution system. It optimizes power management and saves electrical energy in controlling all onboard generating plants on board vessels.
"Power distribution system"
model : MS22
The MS22 is a system for stably and efficiently supplying energy to all onboard systems and equipment. As a product, the MS22 has acquired Type Approval and CE Marking, and is designed and built for compactness, environmental friendliness and improved safety. Our proven in-house circuit breakers are also ingeniously incorporated.
"Group starter panel"
model : GS22
The GS22 controls and protects onboard motors. As a product, it improves safety, reliability and operability while delivering environmental friendliness and flexible design.
"Integrated Automation System model"
model : TERANET 50X
The TERANET 50X system can integrated functions
such as engine monitoring and control, generator
control, and power management, as well as cargo
monitoring and control, and ballast control.
The basic TERANET 50X system consists of process
control units (PCUs), an Ethernet and video display
units (VDUs). Wiring for discrete signal lines is not
required since the connection with the extension alarm system
or any other third-party system is made via an Ethernet for a
simplified system configuration.
"Engine monitoring system"
Watch-free system model : WE500
The WE500 maximizes cost-performance and downsized mechanisms. With dual system architecture, it delivers high reliability.
Onshore power supply system (AMP)
Environmental concerns have become an important public issue, and the shipping industry has also been taking various measures. AMP stands for Alternative Maritime Power, which keeps off the ship,s generating engines while in harbor and receives necessary power from shore. It helps minimize environmental pollutants from the ship and keep the harbor clean.