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TECH FILES: Water Management out its combined ? eet. The agreement 33 PureBallast systems, including skid- 2019 to March 2021. For the ? rst year

Alfa Laval: PureBallast 3 covers a range of PureBallast 3 system mounted PureBallast 3 Compact sys- after commissioning, Alfa Laval will

Advantage Tankers & Advantage types, as well as deckhouses and a ser- tems and PureBallast 3 Ex systems for also provide a PureBallast Compliance signs on for 33 systems

Advantage Tankers & Advantage vice agreement. Advantage Tankers & up to 3000 cu. m./hr., will be retro? tted Service Package, which includes test-

Advantage Products have a ? eet com- across the ? eet. Deliveries for this order ing, calibration, system optimization and

Products selected Alfa Laval PureBallast prising 16 tankers today, and a total of will stretch over two years from March crew guidance.

3 for ballast water treatment through-

Optimarin: RCCL Win

Royal Caribbean International selected

Optimarin to provide its Optimarin Bal- last System (OBS) for three ? agship vessels. Optimarin has now retro? tted its oo


JUNE technology on Independence of the Seas


United Kingdom


and Mariner of the Seas, with installation oƒ on Grandeur of the Seas set for Q1 2019.

Optimarin’s systems are modular in con- struction, allowing them to be retro? tted in almost any vessel, regardless of space restrictions – a crucial factor for any ship, particularly cruise ships that work to maximize and monetize every inch on these feature packed cruise ships.

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Optimarin installed the world’s very ? rst commercial treatment onboard the

Regal Princess in 2000. Optimarin has now sold approximately 700 OBS units, with more than 500 installed and opera-

Europe’s largest and only on-water tional, of which approximately 250 are commercial marine and workboat exhibition retro? ts.


pliance, OBS has certi? cation from a comprehensive range of classi? cation

European Commercial Marine Awards (ECMAs) organizations, including ABS, BV, DNV- and Innovations Showcase.

GL, LR & MLIT Japan. Current custom- ers include Fednav, GulfMark, Hapag

Show your latest innovations in vessels,

Lloyd, Matson Navigation, McDermott, equipment and services to over 7,700

MOL, Ardmore, Seatruck, Technip, and maritime professionals.

the Royal Netherlands Navy, amongst others.

USCG Type-Approval for


De Nora has received Type-Approval from the United States Coast Guard

Also returning in 2019 (USCG) for its BALPURE ballast water


Sea Trials & Conference treatment system (BWTS). 10

JUNE Southampton

The BALPURE system has been ap-

TO 2019 UK 11 proved for both safe area and hazard- ous zone installations for internationally trading vessels including U.S.-Flagged vessels. It is the 15th system to be certi-

For more information ? ed by the USCG since inception.


De Nora is a patent holder of electro- contact: +44 1329 825335 chlorination disinfection of ballast water

Organised by: through the slipstream method. Accord- or email:

Media partners: ing to De Nora’s proprietary system de- sign, only a 0.5% to 1% of the seawater


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