ECO Retrofit Engineering

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  • Scrubber Retrofit Engieering
  • BWTS Retrofit Engineering
  • LNG Fueled Vessel Retrofit Engineering

OPEN LOOP SCRUBBERS

In October 2016, the IMO voted on a stricter, global Sulphur oxides limit, which will be implemented in 2020. It is known that Sulphur oxides(SOx) cause many deaths every year. Setting a global Sulphur oxides cap will have a positive effect on the air we breathe and thousands of lives every year.
Instead of being re-used, the process water is discharged directly back to sea while complying fully with the IMO regulations. Optionally the seawater can be pumped through a water treatment system to remove all solids and oil.

How does it work?
  • The seawater (process water) is NOT re-circulated but discharged back to sea.
  • The sulphur in the exhaust gases dissolves in the process water.
  • The process water is pumped through a water treatment system and discharged back to sea.
  • Solids and oil from the process water are led to the separator.
  • This separator will separate solids and oil from the process water.
  • The remaining sludge is pumped to the sludge storage tank on the ship.
  • The process water removed from solids and oil will be discharged back to sea.
  • The pH, turbidity and concentration of PAH are constantly measured in accordance with MARPOL, Annex VI resolution MEPC.184(59).
  • The clean exhaust gases exit the scrubber, removed from sulphur and particles, through a demister.
HYBRID SCRUBBERS
  • The hybrid scrubber system can run in either closed or open loop mode. Water is either re-circulated or discharged back.
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Regulation D-2 Ballast Water Treatment Requirement
  • Less than 10 viable organisms / m³ for 50㎛
  • Less than 10 viable organisms / ㎖ for 10~50㎛
  • Toxicogenic Vibrio Cholerae(01 and 0139) : < 100cfu / 100㎖
  • Intestinal Enterococci : < 100cfu / 100㎖
  • Escherichia coli : < 250cfu / 100㎖
How does it work?
  • The seawater pass through Filter and Electrolysis unit before entering the Ballast Tank
  • The Filter remove particles or organisms larger than 50㎛.
  • The Electrolysis unit produce disinfectant to kill virus, pathogenic bacteria and other organisms smaller than 50㎛.
  • Intestinal Enterococci : < 100cfu / 100㎖
  • The solution of sodium thiosulfate produced by The Neutralization unit is used to convert any remaining residual oxidants into stable reduced form such as chloride and bromide on deballasting to overboard.
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