TenCate geosynthetics enhance the performance and the design life of railway construction structures. For these applications, a TenCate geosynthetic is installed as separation and filter layers in areas where groundwater is a problem. TenCate geosynthetics offer the ideal characteristics of robust mechanical properties coupled with high water flow capabilities.
By TenCate Geosynthetics Netherlands bv based in AE in Nijverdal, NETHERLANDS.
Problem: To operate safely and efficiently, cargo ships take in water to provide stability. This water, referred to as ballast, carries all kinds of bacteria, microbes and micro-algae. The ballast water must inevitably be discharged when the ship takes on cargo, often thousands of kilometers away from the port of origin, transferring pathogens and aquatic organisms that can cause serious environmental, economic and health problems.
By Real Tech Inc. based in Whitby, ONTARIO (CANADA).
In shipbuilding, high standards of reliability as well as increasingly the energy efficiency of the systems are important prerequisites for the economical-technical overall evaluation in the technical procurement process. Ships as self-sufficient systems are particularly dependent on the reliable functioning of all installed components, including the pumps. They fulfil many tasks on board which are vital for the operation of the vessel: Delivery of ballast water and wastewater, boiler supply, condensate recovery, drive engine cooling and of course the reliable supply of fire fighting systems.
By EDUR-Pumpenfabrik Eduard Redlien GmbH & Co. KG based in Kiel, GERMANY.
In shipbuilding Körting water jet ejectors do all critical pumping jobs on board a ship: bilging inaccessible tank and ballast spaces. conveying solids on long dredger suction heads. essential component in fresh water production plants on sea.
By Körting Hannover AG based in Hannover, GERMANY.
The ballast water treatment market is set to experience significant growth in the next few years. In the wake of the ratification of the International Maritime Organization (IMO) Ballast Water Management Convention and the introduction of the more stringent United States Coast Guard (USCG) Ballast Water Management Regulations, suppliers need to be ready to act on the expected spur of investment in ballast water treatment systems.
By Global Water Intelligence (GWI) based in Oxford, UNITED KINGDOM.
Facing the increasing oversea trade, the environmental protection of the oceans is becoming increasingly important. The motto of the International Maritime Organization of the United Nations in London (IMO), “Safe, secure and efficient shipping on clean oceans” confronts the shipping industry and in particular the terminal ports with growing challenges. The stored fuels, raw materials and resources of a country must not pollute the harbor water with their emissions in case of rain. Produced liquid ship waste contains oil emulsion and saline bilge water among others.
By AWAS International GmbH based in Wilnsdorf, GERMANY.
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