BWTS

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BWTSBetter Way to Stay (Haddon Heights, NJ)
BWTSBallast Water Treatment System
BWTSBandwidth Test Set
BWTSBig White Taxi Service (UK)
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Swedish heat transfer, centrifugal separation and fluid handling solutions supplier Alfa Laval announced on Wednesday (29 August) a breakthrough order for its chemical-free ballast water treatment system PureBallast.
The complete Ballast Water Treatment System to be tested will include the utilization of a single 8-inch EVTN Model 8000 Voraxial Separator, an ultraviolet light system and, alternatively, a specific chemical biocide pre-selected to treat marine species.
In addition, CO2 emissions are reduced as a result of decreased fuel consumption, and response to environmental issues is further enhanced with installation of a ballast water treatment system, which addresses impact on the marine ecosystem.
is gearing up for a full-fledged advance into sales of ballast water treatment system. This decision is on the heels of Sojitz Marine & Engineering's acquisition of dealership rights in Japan for the Ecochlor Ballast Water Treatment System (BWTS) manufactured by Ecochlor Inc.
During the same period ERMA First Ballast Water Treatment System will also be installed, achieving full compliance with IMO regulation Marpol Annex VI, as well as with Ballast Water Management Convention and EPA regulation for Ballast Water Treatment Systems.
Ballast-Check 2 is ideal for quick on-the-spot, when you want it, assessment of the effectiveness of a Ballast Water Treatment System.
In January 2015 the business unit Mechanical Separation of GEA was awarded the first contract for equipping cruise liners with the UV ballast water treatment system BallastMaster marineX powered by Trojan Marinex.
In conjunction, Pact has decided to have both land base and sea board tests in China under the BWTS (Ballast Water Treatment System) to prevent the biological unbalance caused by the 12bn tons of ballast water transported across the seas.
Having fewer reactors will reduce the complexity and cost of installing a large-flow ballast water treatment system. Since UV systems are already smaller and more cost-effective to install than electrochlorination systems, this may further shift the balance towards UV among tankers and other vessels with large ballast water flows.
London, United Kingdom, September 21, 2012 --(PR.com)-- The lead analyst of the ballast water treatment system market report commented that “Various uncertainties since 2004 and especially after 2009 have made the developments in this market increasingly intriguing.