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Wednesday, April 7, 2021 

Datum Electronics’ Marine Shaft Power Meter, developed to meet the requirements of the Commercial Marine Market, is now available in Greece via environmental expert company EPE.

The Datum Electronics’ Marine Shaft Power Meter provides on-going power monitoring data on ships, including; Propulsion Shafts, Thrusters and Diesel Generator Shafts. It  accurately measures the power transmitted through a shaft, enabling the measurement of actual power an engine is delivering to the propeller or generator. The company describes it as an essential tool, helping to reduce running costs by maximising fuel savings, improved maintenance scheduling and equipment protection.

Nick Ferous, GM EPE, said:  "EPE are delighted to be able to offer Datum Electronics technology to our customers throughout Greece. EPE is already synonymous with the development and implementation of innovative technologies. Datum Electronics’ Marine Shaft Power Meter compliments our existing solution stack perfectly."

James Lees, MD Datum Electronics, said: "The new partnership with EPE is something all of the team are delighted about. EPE’s experience, skill set, customer service and market knowledge, combined with all of the benefits of employing our shaft power meter, only serves to improve the realisation of commercial and environmental gains to our customers. I am very excited about this collaboration, the solutions we will deliver together will result in reliable delivery of value to our customers by offering sustainable, state of the art solutions to the market."

Mark Gladdis, Business Development Manager, Datum Electronics, added: "We are very excited about our new partnership with EPE and looking forward to working alongside a company with such an established record within the Greek Marine Market. Both Torque and Thrust measurement are becoming increasingly more important to ship owners and operators. Through combining our market leading technologies with the skills of the dynamic team at EPE we will provide our clients throughout Greece with the best solutions for Shaft Power Measurement, Condition Monitoring and Predictive Maintenance."

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