We are looking forward to joining over 140 ballast water industry professionals in Miami for BWMTech North America 2017 (September 26 – 28).
With a chock-full agenda and an impressive speaker lineup, this conference will provide shipowners with actionable ballast water treatment insight on a wide variety of topics.
Agenda topics include:
- Regulatory Breakdown
- Testing & Limitations
- Putting Compliance Into Action
- New Ballast Technologies
- Operating Systems Problem-Free
- Troubleshooting & Contingency Planning
Coffee & Round Table Sessions
On day 1 of the conference, enjoy refreshments and snacks on us and please feel free to stop by our booth anytime to learn more about the Trojan Marinex Ballast Water Treatment system.
On day two of the conference, Andrew Daley (Trojan Marinex Product Specialist) will be hosting round table sessions. During these interactive sessions he will discuss the importance of a ballast water treatment system having tight technology integration and simple plumbing.
We hope to see you in Miami!
We are proud to announce that Damen Shipyards has selected the Trojan Marinex Ballast Water Treatment (BWT) system for the Government of Australia’s next-generation Antarctic Supply and Research Vessel (ASRV).
Damen will install a skid-mounted Trojan Marinex BWT 250 on board the Government of Australia’s next-generation Antarctic Supply and Research Vessel.
“At Damen Green Solutions, we partnered with Trojan Marinex to design a ‘plug-and-play’ installation for DSNS,” says Stefhan van Esch Design & Proposal engineer at Damen. “Together we created a bespoke design that mounts the entire BWMS on a 3m by 1m skid that can be easily and quickly fitted into the available footprint in the engine room. Prior to leaving the manufacturing works it will undergo a factory acceptance test, leaving the simple matter of connecting up the power and the main pipes once it is aboard the ASRV. The Trojan Marinex BWT 250 will then be ready to disinfect and treat up to 250m³ of seawater an hour.”
Low power draw and efficient operability in extremely cold water temperatures were among the deciding factors in the system selection process.