BWT

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AcronymDefinition
BWTBurrows Wheeler Transform (compression technology)
BWTBallast Water Treatment
BWTBody Weight
BWTBlind Write
BWTBurrows Wheeler Transform
BWTBest Water Technology (various locations)
BWTBirth Weight
BWTBonded Warehouse Transaction (trade)
BWTBoys with Toys (band)
BWTBoundary Waters Treaty (United States and Canada)
BWTBasic Warrior Training
BWTBallast Water Tank (maritime engineering)
BWTBorder Wait Time
BWTBronchial Wall Thickness
BWTBinary Wavelet Transform
BWTBlock Wavelet Transform
BWTBig White Truck
BWTBi-orthogonal Wavelet Transform
BWTBauchweg Training (Switzerland)
BWTBlack Water Tank
BWTBurst Waiting Time
BWTBroadcast Warning T
BWTBiological Weapons Testing (Laboratories, Inc)
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The choice of PureBallast 3 was made by the groups technical committee after a year of carefully evaluating 14 different UV ballast water treatment systems.
Alfa Laval, a company involved in heat transfer, centrifugal separation and fluid handling, has received a contract to provide ballast water treatment systems to a ship owner in Turkey.
Per the IMO, to date, more than 60 ballast water treatment systems have been given type approval.
Ballast water treatment (BWT) specialist Optimarin is continuing its strong start to the year, with the news that its Optimarin Ballast System (OBS) has been selected for nine Sinopacific Shipbuilding Group AHTS vessels.
Alfa Laval AB (STO:ALFA), a provider of heat transfer, centrifugal separation and fluid handling solutions, announced on Tuesday that it has been appointed the preferred supplier of ballast water treatment systems by a major ship-owner in Asia.
- Global Ballast Water Treatment Systems Market 2015-2019
[USPRwire, Thu Jan 15 2015] Ballast water treatment systems refer to various products that assist in removing impurities from ballast water, which is normally used by shipping vehicles to maintain balance and stability.
The increase was primarily due to the increase in development costs of for ballast water treatment systems (BWTS) to approximately USD283,000 in 2014 as compared to approximately USD137,000 for 2013's first six months.
At the inaugural Ballast Water Technology Asia Conference held alongside APM 2014, Mr Praveen Kumar Mishra, Senior Principal Surveyor and Vice President Certification, Indian Register of Shipping (IR Class), estimated that so far, no more than five per cent of vessels have been fitted with Ballast Water Treatment Systems (BWTS).
[2] D-2 Ballast Water Performance Standard dictates the quality of discharge water from ballast water treatment systems as follows:
However, eventually most ships will need to install an on-board ballast water treatment system.