CompactClean - Ballast Water Management System

CompactClean - Ballast Water Management System

Compact Ballast Water Management System

 

Looking for a ballast water management system that can be installed easily and without relocating other equipment? CompactClean is the answer.

 

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DESMI CompactClean system is based on filtration and UV radiation. CompactClean is the first ballast water treatment system on the market that takes up so little space - and still has great flowrates. Only 2.8 sqm is necessary for a 1000 m3/h system + 0,6 sqm for the electrical panel, which can be placed up to 100 m from the system itself.

  • Approved for worldwide operation with both US Coast Guard and IMO type approval. 
  • The smallest footprint in industry
  • Only system in the world with integrated stripping solution
  • Filter and UV unit in seawater resistant Nickel-Alu-Bronze
  • Automatic flow control and lamp dimming
  • Worldwide service network
  • Fully automated operation
  • 2 hours’ holding time on USCG TA Certificate
  • IMO type approval according to the new BWMS code from IMO
  • Operational without add-ons
  • Graphic HMI touchscreen interface
  • Automatic generation of PDF reports to authorities
  • Patent pending highly efficient UV unit design
  • Short delivery time
  • Easy maintenance
  • No salinity or temperature limitations
  • Down to UV Transmission of just 42% - Also in US Territory!
  • 100% chemical free treatment
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BALLAST WATER MANAGEMENT SYSTEM

DESMI Ocean Guard A/S has developed CompactClean BWMS - an easily installed system with the smallest footprint in the industry approved for worldwide operation

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