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ballast monitoring system equipment

  • Ballast Monitoring System

    The ballast management system is dedicated to the ballast tank gauging and alarms. It takes the data from pressure sensors located at bottom of the tanks. That sensors gives enough information to manage entire ballast management. Our system was a retrofit of Esterline Level Datic System integrating part of the system when it was discontinued.

    By Petrik Naval based in PI Palmones, SPAIN. from Engineering Product line

  • Ballast Control and Tank Gauging Systems

    Monitor System's Ballast Control and Tank Gauging System enables marine vessel operators to use reliable informative data to critically and safely manage the ballast and trim of a vessel according to operational needs, deck loading and sea conditions.

    By Monitor Systems Scotland Limited based in Aberdeen, UNITED KINGDOM.

  • Odyssey Systems

    Odyssey Systems specializes in ocean engineering and product development. Odyssey has capabilities in mechanical and electronic engineering, software development, and fabrication of electro-mechanical assemblies.

    By Ocean Innovations based in La Jolla, CALIFORNIA (USA). from Pressure Housings Product line

  • Oil Discharge Monitoring and Control System (ODMCS)

    The CleanTrack ODMCS-system is a monitoring system for the control of discharged ballast water from tankers and chemical tankers.The system is certified by the marine authority, as well as several different classification societies.

    By Petrik Naval based in PI Palmones, SPAIN.

  • VAF Oilcon - Model Mark6 - Discharge Monitoring and Control System

    The Oilcon MK6M (Oil Discharge Monitor) was developed by VAF Instruments for continuous on-line monitoring of discharge water during de-ballasting operations. The MK6M is more reliable and more accurate than any other monitoring & control system. It is suitable for all ballast and slop water discharges. The system is based on the unique ...

    By Mackay Communications, Inc. based in Raleigh, NORTH CAROLINA (USA). from Below Decks Product line

  • SeaCURE - Ballast Water Management System

    To help meet ballast water treatment management standards as outlined in the 2004 IMO Convention for the Control and Management of Ships' Ballast Water and Sediments, Evoqua Water Technologies has developed a ballast water treatment system that provides a reliable, environmentally sound solution that is designed to protect against the ...

    By Evoqua Water Technologies LLC based in Warrendale, PENNSYLVANIA (USA). from Chemical Feed and Disinfection Product line

  • Berson Openline - OpenLine Open Channel Systems

    In wastewater treatment or re-use applications such as irrigation, an open channel UV system may be the ideal solution, especially where there are existing open channels or low gravity flow conditions. Berson’s OpenLine open channel systems are available as full-scale modular systems or as bespoke-engineered, plug and play units. Both are ...

    By Berson Milieutechniek BV - a Halma Company based in Nuenen, NETHERLANDS.

  • Aquaray H2O UV Disinfection System

    The Aquaray® H2O is an innovative new solution for the disinfection of waterborne pathogens in municipal drinking waters. Utilizing medium pressure, high output UV lamps, this technology is operational in over 50 installations worldwide for the treatment of potable, process and ultra pure water.

    By Degremont Technologies - a subsidiary of Suez Environnement based in D├╝bendorf, SWITZERLAND. from Ozonia Line - UV Products Product line

  • C-TREAT - Ballast Water Treatment System

    The most commonly occurring method of Global transfer of non indigenous species has been found to be transfer through shipping industry ballast water. The resulting ecological and economical damage has been enormous and resulted in whole new market for Cumberland traditional disinfection technologies.

    By Cumberland Electrochemical Limited based in Bicester, UNITED KINGDOM.

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