Ballast water treatment Scienco InTank
for ships

ballast water treatment
ballast water treatment
ballast water treatment
ballast water treatment
ballast water treatment
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ballast water
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for ships


USCG and IMO Type Approved [BWM Code] requirements Normal ballasting/deballasting filter-free design All the advantages with complete control over compliance with no change to port activities Among the BWTS offered, this 2nd-generation, certified, USCG/IMO Type-Approved BWTS is completely different than a typical inline ballast water treatment system! Scienco® InTank™ is the only Type Approved “in voyage” Ballast Water Treatment System (BWTS) that allows a vessel to continue normal cargo operations, and maintain complete control over its ballast water compliance. USCG and IMO Type approved [BWM Code], the unique, sophisticated, robust Scienco® InTank™ BWTS treats and neutralizes ballast water in the ballast tanks during the voyage. A small percentage of ballast water is circulated from one ballast tank at a time. The active substance, Sodium Hypochlorite (NaOCl), is added (produced on board by an EC Cell or from Bulk Chemical storage, or both) to the circulation and returned to the tank. The Scienco® InTank™ provides commercial vessels with a simple, low operating cost, and robust solution to ballast water compliance. The vessel and crew will perform at the highest safety and reliability standards without impacting cargo operations, at the lowest cost possible. The treatment is monitored using the TRO levels in the circulated ballast. Treatment is completed during the voyage, neutralization is completed hours/day before discharge. The most confidence of compliance with the least impact to operations!



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