Seadog

How CetaFuel transformed Seadog’s fuel management.

Fuel reading is made possible with the Cetasol Virtual Sensor CetaFuel. Seadog, a vessel operating in Denmark, lacked access to a fuel reader but is now equipped with our Virtual Sensor.

Seadog

How CetaFuel transformed Seadog’s fuel management.

Fuel reading is made possible with the Cetasol Virtual Sensor CetaFuel. Seadog, a vessel operating in Denmark, lacked access to a fuel reader but is now equipped with our Virtual Sensor.

The Seadog Journey

The Seadog Journey

As a vessel owner, fuel management can be a challenging task. Knowing the exact amount of fuel used is crucial for smooth operations and cost savings. However, missing fuel gauges can make it difficult to keep track of fuel consumption. This is where CetaFuel comes in, providing a reliable and cost-effective solution for fuel measurement in vessels.

Klaus Madsen the owner of Seadog – a passenger vessel operating in Denmark – was facing similar challenges. With no fuel gauge to rely on, he was struggling to accurately measure fuel consumption and optimize energy usage for his vessel. That’s when he decided to equip his vessel with CetaFuel Virtual Sensor.

CetaFuel Virtual Sensor is designed to measure fuel consumption with good accuracy without the need for expensive installations. This made it an ideal solution for Seadog, as it allowed Klaus to accurately measure fuel consumption for his vessel, all while contributing to the sustainability of his operation.

“I didn’t have a gauge on my fuel consumption, and with a ‘virtual sensor,’ it was suddenly possible,”.

“I didn’t have a gauge on my fuel consumption, and with a ‘virtual sensor,’ it was suddenly possible,”.

Maximizing efficiency with CetaFuel

Maximizing efficiency with CetaFuel

Seadog carries 12 people and a crew of at least 2 people and operates on the ferry route between Frederikshavn and Hirsholm. It also offers fishing trips and seal safaris from Vesterø Harbor on Læsø. Klaus and his team have been focusing on sustainability, and one of the ways they do this is by looking at fuel consumption. They have set the revolutions on the machine down from 1500 rpm to 1200 rpm on the ferry route between Frederikshavn and Hirsholm.

“I hope CetaFuel can help us get a tool that can not only tell us how much fuel we use now and then but can also come up with instructions for which revolutions we should drive at so that we have the lowest possible use and at the same time reach our destination on time,”

 

Since equipping his vessel with CetaFuel, Klaus has been able to accurately measure fuel consumption for his vessel, and contribute to the sustainability of his operation. He was impressed with the accuracy and efficiency of CetaFuel and highly recommends it to anyone looking for a reliable and cost-effective solution for fuel measurement in their vessels.

Seadog carries 12 people and a crew of at least 2 people and operates on the ferry route between Frederikshavn and Hirsholm. It also offers fishing trips and seal safaris from Vesterø Harbor on Læsø. Klaus and his team have been focusing on sustainability, and one of the ways they do this is by looking at fuel consumption. They have set the revolutions on the machine down from 1500 rpm to 1200 rpm on the ferry route between Frederikshavn and Hirsholm.

“I hope CetaFuel can help us get a tool that can not only tell us how much fuel we use now and then but can also come up with instructions for which revolutions we should drive at so that we have the lowest possible use and at the same time reach our destination on time,”

Since equipping his vessel with CetaFuel, Klaus has been able to accurately measure fuel consumption for his vessel, and contribute to the sustainability of his operation. He was impressed with the accuracy and efficiency of CetaFuel and highly recommends it to anyone looking for a reliable and cost-effective solution for fuel measurement in their vessels.

Want a fuel reader without expensive and complex installation?

Want a fuel reader without expensive and complex installation?