OceanSaver has been awarded a contract for the installation of its Mark II ballast water treatment (BWT) system on-board one of Engie’s LNG carriers.
The system has been selected for retrofit installation on the LNG carrier Provalys which is operated by Gazocean. “We see the contract award as an acknowledgement of our experience within retrofit of LNG carriers and look forward to delivering this project at the highest industry standards,” said Alan Linderoth, vice president of sales and marketing at OceanSaver.
The company says that the Mark II BWT system delivers high performance filtration in combination with disinfection through patented electrodialysis and flexible system installation. As well as it being completely compliant with regulations, standards and certificates. Engie’s LNG carrier will have a system with a treatment capacity of 2×3,000m³ per hour. OceanSaver’s Mark II BTW system is due to be delivered during 2016.