Well-proven SVANEHØJ technology downsized in a fuel pump

EFP fuel pump

At SVANEHØJ we know the importance of proven reliability in the market. That is why we developed the EFP (ECA) fuel pump by taking our well-proven and renowned gas pump and downsizing it for fuel gas systems.

With the reliable EFP fuel pump from SVANEHØJ, you get the well-proven technology and design from our deepwell gas pumps, which are installed in more than 1100 gas cargo carriers around the world.

All the benefits of the larger gas pumps have been retained in the EFP fuel pump, ensuring both stability, optimised performance, high reliability, and long service intervals.

ECA Fuel Pump model EFP

The EFP fuel pump is a classic multistage centrifugal pump made of cryogenic stainless steel with a standard zone 1 marine motor.

Because the pump’s electric motor is located outside the fuel tank, it eliminates the excess heat and pressure which may otherwise result in a significant energy loss when motors are located inside the fuel tank. Thanks to the unique EFP design, the energy and fuel consumption are continuously optimised.

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Reliable and optimised efficiency

The EFP fuel pump from SVANEHØJ is a reliable pump developed in close collaboration with designers of fuel gas systems to support environmentally-friendly LNG-powered engines. The pump, which is also usable with other fuel types such as ethane and LPG, is designed to provide a steady, reliable fuel gas supply with a fast response to changes in engine load, ensuring optimum efficiency.

A fuel pump is independent of weather conditions, sloshing, and thermal conditions – to mention just a few of the numerous benefits.

Do not hesitate to contact us if you have any questions or need advice on solutions relating to LNG fuel pumps, ethane fuel pumps or LPG fuel pumps.

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A SVANEHØJ solution means first-class lifecycle support from industry experts, committed to help you get the most out of your pump investment

“The job was performed in a good and safe way in just some hours, and we could sail during early evening”

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