CompactClean

Compact Ballast Water Management System with just One Global Operation Mode

Choose a CompactClean solution to achieve simplicity with One Global full flow mode for the whole world.

The solution has plenty of lamp power to treat water for USCG regulations. No risk of mixing IMO and USCG treated water in the ballast tanks.

One global operation mode

The selection of either IMO or US mode can be very complicated, if the operator does not know where the ballast water he is taking on board is going to be discharged.

With the The CompactClean Standard system you will not need a special mode to comply with USCG requirements. You just have one global mode for worldwide operation.

 

The advantage of using a single operation mode globally is that it removes the need to know the de-ballast location at the time of ballast uptake. This means the ship can never get into a situation where the ballast water on board is compliant for discharge in one location, but not in another.

Max treatment:

IMO Ballast 1000 m3/hr
IMO De‐Ballast 1000 m3/hr
USCG Ballast 1000 m3/hr
USCG De‐Ballast 1000 m3/hr

Specifications:

UV reactor size 144 kW
Filter size 1000 m3/hr
Main pipe dim. DN350

US / Global Trading

CompactClean

BALLAST WATER MANAGEMENT MADE EASY

SPECIAL FEATURES

- Smooth Port Operations

- Integrated and Compliant Solution for Ballast Stripping Operations

- Fully Automated with Easy Integration into Ship Automation System

- Long Lifetime of Components Gives you Reliable Treatment and Low OPEX

WE ASSIST YOU FROM CONTACT TO COMPLIANCE

WE OFFER OUR SERVICES THROUGHOUT THE PROJECT

We strive to accommodate the needs of our customers in every way possible. Besides our products we also offer complete engineering including ship inspections, 3D laser scanning, preparation of drawings, class approval, prefabrication of piping, installation and commissioning.

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