RayClean - Ballast Water Management System

Energy Efficient Ballast Water Treatment System

 

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The RayCleanTM ballast water management system is type approved by IMO and DNV-GL and can treat ballast water at any flowrate from 30 – 3000 m3/h. The system is based purely on mechanical treatment and therefore it does not involve any use of chemicals or active substances.

All Water Salinities
The RayCleanTM is proven effective in all water salinities, including fresh water, muddy water & cold water.
This gives your ship the flexibility of travelling around the world, making sure de-ballasting is allowed in every harbour.

 

Low Energy Consumption
With The RayCleanTM you will have very low operating expenses. Due to the use of highly efficient lowpressure UV lamps, the energy consumption is the lowest in class and the lifetime of these lamps is a staggering 12,000 hours.

 

Safety
Safety is a top priority and many steps have been taken to make the The RayCleanTM system as safe as
possible. No chemicals are used for treatment or cleaning of the system, and our low-pressure UV lamps do not contain mercury in liquid form, which is the case for the more widespread medium pressure UV lamps.

 

Flexible and Simple Installation
The RayCleanTM is a modular system that can be installed very quickly and according to your requirements, thus reducing downtime to a minimum. The RayCleanTM can also be delivered as a containerized solution.

 

Type Approved
IMO, DNV GL, Lloyds Register, Class NK and USCG AMS acceptance

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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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