Ballast Water Management With Single System
When ballasting, the filter can remove the sediments and micro-organisms greater than 50m. After that ballast water enters the UV reactor and appropriate dose of UV ray is generated in order to inactivate the organisms, such as algae and bacteria in the seawaters. With the completion of above treatment, the qualified ballast water finally comes to ballast tanks. During the whole process, filter back flushing and auto self-cleaning of UV lamp will be activated according to the pressure and light intensity change. The filter is automatically bypassed during de-ballasting, and the ballast water receives a second UV-treatment during discharge as safeguard to ensure discharged sea water to comply with the convention's requirements.
It can be applied to various types of vessels including container ships, bulk carriers, offshore vessels, chemical tankers and so on.
|Model of System ||Capacity (M3/H) ||Power Consumption (Kw) ||Footprint Area(M2) |
|BWMS-300 ||100-300 ||27 ||~2.9 |
|BWMS-500 ||300-500 ||42 ||~3.6 |
|BWMS-700 ||500-700 ||54 ||~5.0 |
|BWMS-900 ||700-900 ||84 ||~6.0 |
|BWMS-1200 ||900-1200 ||96 ||~6.5 |
|BWMS-1600 ||1200-1600 ||120 ||~7.0 |
|*BWMS-900DS ||1600-1800 ||168 ||~12 |
|*BWMS-1200DS ||1800-2400 ||192 ||~13 |
|*BWMS-1600DS ||2400-3200 ||240 ||~14 |
|Note: * Double system |