Water Separators

  • The U.S. Coast Guard has approved Sarex oil/water separators to control polluted waters being discharged from shipboard bilges and shoreside stations. Said to be the first such certification issued by the Coast Guard for oil/water separators, it was granted to Separation and Recovery Systems, Inc. of Irvine, Calif.

    Joseph De Franco, president of the company, stated that "the certification was based upon stringent specifications and test requirements for oil/water separators and bilge monitors that were published in the Federal Register in September 1979, and Sarex systems are specifically designed to process dirty water from tankers and other vessels." The U.S. Coast Guard regulations are based on international design and test specifications that have been adopted recently by the I n t e r - G o v e r n m e n t a l Maritime Consultative Organization of the United Nations, of which 102 nations are signatories.

    For further technical information on Sarex oil/water separators, all other Sarex products, and the complete line of anti-pollution systems, write to Eric Nietsch, manager, Pollution Control Division, Argo Marine Systems, 140 Franklin Street, New York, N.Y.

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  • B u t t e r w o r t h Systems, manufacturers of oil/water separators, tank cleaning equipment, underwater hull cleaning equipment, and high-pressure water-jetting equipment has announced the addition of two new models — the Butterworth® SFC 0.5 BW and the Butterworth SFC 27 oil/water separators.

  • approval for its SFC Bilge Water line of oil/water separators. In its approval, the U.S. Coast Guard has certified that Butterworth® SFC BW oil/ water separators comply with the specifications detailed in IMCO A.393(X). These Butterworth separators utilize integrated permanent filters. Standard semiautomati

  • Systems, Inc. (Sigma) of Chester Springs, Pa., has received a contract from the U.S. Navy Military Sealift Command (MSC) to supply 40 bilge oily water separators with bilge alarms. The contract also contains options for the purchase of 40 additional units. Delivery of the first 10 units will be made

  • A four-fold brochure from McTighe Industries, Bohemia, N.Y. summarizes high-flow and low-flow oil water separators capable of removing oils and/or other volatile liquids and solids from wastewater, water draw-off systems and an EPA-approved biocide known as Karacide. The separators, utilizing the

  • Racor Industries, Inc. of Modesto, Calif., has literature available on the company's new Spin-On Fuel Filter/ Water Separator which the company says achieves levels of water separation and particulate removal that previously required two or three separate units. Under the heading "One Head Is Better

  • pollution "The PetroLiminator was developed to overcome the persistent problem of bilge water treatment on seagoing ships. Conventional oily water separators have been blamed for numerous oil discharges into the marine environment, leading to large fines and even criminal prosecution for shipowners

  • FAST Systems, Inc., St. Louis, Mo., is offering a free eight-page brochure on their PACE SM-Series oil/water separators. The publication details the construction, operation, equipment, design, capacity and certification of the PACE marine oil/water separators. The brochure comes complete with an

  • to protecting the environment with a decision to extend a program of bilge water treatment to virtually its entire fleet. Heli- Sep Oily Water Separators manufactured by Coffin World Water Systems LLC (CWWS) are helping the company accomplish its goal. Heli-Sep units are already used on the larger

  • Treatment Systems, Inc., Chester Springs, Pa., is offering literature on a new addition to its line of marine pollution control equipment. The SH2 Oily Water Separator is U.S. Coast Guard certified and meets IMCO standards. D e s i g n e d with simplicity and minimum maintenance in mind, the single-tank

  • , and descriptive and specification data are used in the three-hole-punched publication to cover the Racor 20 Series Spin-on Diesel Fuel Filter/ Water Separators; Recycling and Recycle/Blender Systems; Air Dryers for vehicular compressed air systems; Diesel Fuel Heaters; Fuel Additives; and Hydraulic

  • quick separating degreaser. Ameroid OWS is a product that has exceptional cleaning properties, breaks quickly, and does not harm the operation of oily water separators or oil alarms required under the MARPOL regulation addition, Ameroid OWS quick sep; rating degreaser reduces cleanin time, is cost-effective

  • MN Dec-19#62  doors
Class C Approved Panels
Water Closet Partitions
Aluminum)
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    Honeycomb Joiner Doors Type I - Type IV doors Extruded Aluminum Joiner Doors Honeycomb Door Type A - Type P Stile doors Class C Approved Panels Water Closet Partitions Aluminum honeycomb panel with melamime facings Extruded Alum Door WHITING CUSTOM LAMINATED PANELS Phone: (716) 542-5427 Web: www

  • MN Dec-19#55  technology; ro-
botics; water for the world; smart cit-
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    and most innovative academic building, each of the ? ve ? oors has centers focused on speci? c research themes: biomedical technology; ro- botics; water for the world; smart cit- ies; materials, sensors and instrumen- tation; clean energy; nanotechnology and cybersecurity. 55 www.marinelink.com MN

  • MN Dec-19#49  Catamaran
?  res from the water is not a new concept;)
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    SAFE Boats Credit: Jensen Maritime maneuverability and operability. Vessels capable of ? ghting Moose Boats M2-38 Fire Rescue Catamaran ? res from the water is not a new concept; over the years LOA: 38’-10” SAFE has helped agencies around the country – and the Propulsion: (2) Cummins QSB6.7-425 mhp

  • MN Dec-19#48  
ing but not limited to open water)
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    for a genera- response scenarios therefore becomes very long; includ- tor. In 2018 Moose Boats delivered still another M2 Fire ing but not limited to open water

  • MN Dec-19#47  transmissions and Hamilton water-jets will power the 
next-level)
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    . Twin imaging system with ? re ? ghting software will provide Cummins 425hp turbo diesel propulsion engines, Twin Disc transmissions and Hamilton water-jets will power the next-level situational awareness. M2-38 aluminum catamaran. Rochester Fire’s new Moose Client-driven ? re? ghting particulars

  • MN Dec-19#41  drives Hamilton HT-810 waterjets through a 
propulsion)
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    tionality due to mechanical complications. The propulsion for Harbor Harvest. The company is a pioneer in electric machinery drives Hamilton HT-810 waterjets through a propulsion with over 20 years of experience and is now cardan shafting system from Driveline Service of Portland. bringing that proven

  • MN Dec-19#39  to 
it will be the ? rst freshwater project in North America)
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    off- offshore demonstration project in Lake Erie. Once approved, shore marine transportation service industry, responded to it will be the ? rst freshwater project in North America. Con- proposed CBP Modi? cations to Jones Act rulings. This 10- struction is slated for 2022. The promise of offshore wind

  • MN Dec-19#32  vessels “operate low in the water 
agency (EPA) proposed)
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    probably depends on where you sit. By Tom Ewing n September 6, the U.S. Environmental Protection EPA writes that inspected vessels “operate low in the water agency (EPA) proposed to delay implementation of and use very large propulsion engines that do not operate Tier 4 marine diesel engines “in certain

  • MN Dec-19#30  had to evacu-
lowered into the water. Some other systems require)
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    transports across to be loaded onto lifeboats on deck, with the boats then the Delaware Bay annually. CMLF has never had to evacu- lowered into the water. Some other systems require pas- ate a boat in a real emergency, but the ? nancial commitment sengers to jump from the deck into the water and swim

  • MN Dec-19#26  including the addition of backwater 
ing and that precipitation)
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    records were not eclipsed, it was because of improvements learned that the river system is chang- made to the system including the addition of backwater ing and that precipitation around the storage added by the Flood Control Act of 1928. Duffy world has been increasing for decades. The river stage

  • MN Dec-19#16 INSIGHTS
the brown-water and blue-water sectors for vessel)
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    INSIGHTS the brown-water and blue-water sectors for vessel owners, world-wide. These members join local clubs. There are 41 shipyards, transportation intermediaries, ports, and virtu- in the United States and 30 around the globe. We are grow- ally all segments of the maritime community. ing each year and

  • MN Dec-19#10  new mariners to ship out (blue water 
make-up and tried to)
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    more! It’s also true that there is virtually we last took a look at the U.S. mariner population, its nowhere for these new mariners to ship out (blue water make-up and tried to make some sense of it all. And, since style) as the U.S.

  • MR Dec-19#46  TENDER measures from 1 to 10 water, 
diesel and holding tanks)
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    Measuring System Made in the USA by Hart Systems, Inc. Since 1982 ACCURATE tank measurement made easy when just one TANK TENDER measures from 1 to 10 water, diesel and holding tanks. Pneumatic, long term reliability, no electricity, no batteries.

  • MR Dec-19#43  Road Southway,  PUMPS   WATER JET CLEANING  
Plymouth)
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    900, Metairie, LA , USA , tel:(504) 780-8100, fax:(504) 780-8200, pstant@marmac.net Silicon Sensing Systems Ltd, Clittaford Road Southway, PUMPS WATER JET CLEANING Plymouth, Devon PL6 6DE United Kingdom , UK , Aussie Pumps, 7 Gladstone Road, Castle Hill 2154 , Aussie Pumps, 7 Gladstone Road, Castle

  • MR Dec-19#38 T
TECH FILES
Autonomous Underwater Dredger
Prototype for)
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    T TECH FILES Autonomous Underwater Dredger Prototype for Hydroge s the maritime industry steams toward dras- tic emission reductions, with the holy grail of decarbonization looming far in the future, Ait is generally agreed that advances solutions will come through collaboration To that end, maritime

  • MR Dec-19#35  the LNG,  reduce drag in the water, and new gen-
The mammoth)
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    , the hull shape has been optimized to Cruises, part of Carnival Corporation. ships altogether. ing “smart city”. Apart from the LNG, reduce drag in the water, and new gen- The mammoth cruise ship continues the “We have used all our knowledge, the ship incorporates a series of tech eration elevators recover

  • MR Dec-19#34  will  mounted to minimize underwater noise  in accordance with)
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    the demanding exhaust gas regulations the ? rst throw of the obligatory bottle of and sea surveying. In addition it will mounted to minimize underwater noise in accordance with IMO Tier III and US champagne. conduct BSH’s oceanographic surveys. in the water (DNV Silent Class Notation EPA Tier

  • MR Dec-19#32  type  Li-Ion, NMC, water cooled
is to promote energy)
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    • The world’s ? rst type-approved bat- tent, Ellen can boast of having one of the strings distributed in 2 separate rooms Battery type Li-Ion, NMC, water cooled is to promote energy ef? cient, CO neu- tery pack for maritime use under world’s largest packs with a capacity of 2 Power consumption per

  • MR Dec-19#30  gas after  methanol with water. 
engines, this was modi)
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    through mixing dard engine. In the second-generation quirements,” he said the extra cost over- without the need for exhaust gas after methanol with water. engines, this was modi? ed to place them all Is minimal, particularly when consid- treatment. Furthermore, a methanol-burning en- inside the cylinder

  • MR Dec-19#28 .”
Paul Hexter, President, 
Waterfront Shipping
s a general)
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    have been excellent. We’re achieving better fuel ef? ciency, and we’ve had no loss-of-power incidents due to the technology.” Paul Hexter, President, Waterfront Shipping s a general rule, ship- Mossberg, Chairman, Marinvest. “We were aware of other options and III without exhaust after-treatment, the

  • MR Dec-19#25  German Navy in terms of size, water  engines type 12V 26F)
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    of main drive motor. Two Wärtsilä diesel protection at sea. For special operations, former Volksmarine of the GDR. the German Navy in terms of size, water engines type 12V 26F with 4,080 kW the three new boats are each equipped Dr. Dieter Romann, President of the displacement and some tactical and

  • MR Dec-19#24 ,000 liters of extinguishing water 
freight capacity of 3)
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    up dard RoPax vessels and will provide in the major trading ports, today’s ve- of 500 kW at 1800 rpm. The engines op- to 120,000 liters of extinguishing water freight capacity of 3,100 lane meters hicles are true high-tech monsters with erate on two Schottel type SRP 190 rud- per minute. The ship is equipped

  • MR Dec-19#23  are then discharged into the water. 
Emergency genset  200)
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    ? rst go on board Max speed 12.5 knots board for wind turbine maintenance. sated. The crane can lift a maximum and are then discharged into the water. Emergency genset 200 kW Bow thruster 2 x Schottel Measuring 83 x 19.4m with a 7m draft, weight of 1000 kg and has a reach of When they return

  • MR Dec-19#21  de-
manding and spectacular waters. The expedition ship)
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    ? cant deliveries, perhaps none more impressive than the MS Roald Amundsen, specially designed for some of the world’s most de- manding and spectacular waters. The expedition ship is the world’s ? rst hybrid-powered cruise ship and ac- commodates about 500 guests. It can run on battery power, but the