Bawat’s mobile BWMS offers new business opportunities for ports, terminals, shipyards, and service providers, allowing them to service vessels in need of discharging untreated ballast water.
Bawat’s mobile BWMS allows ballast water treatment on land or barge in ports, terminals, and shipyards, if an on-board system is not installed or malfunctions. By establishing and operating mobile treatment units, a large number of vessels can be serviced per unit, installations on each vessel are avoided, resulting in lower treatment costs to the ship owner.
Watch our latest film on the left to see how Bawat's Mobile BWMS actually works in real life.
Here from a location in Antwerp Harbour where it services a customer and their different vessels. Could this solution work for you or interested in hearing more? Contact email@example.com or +45 8870 8803.
Bawat’s mobile system is easily connected to the ship’s ballast water piping. The ballast water is pumped through the system by use of the ship’s ballast pump. When the ballast water has passed the Bawat system, the ballast water is in full compliance with the IMO criteria for ballast water discharge.
A Bawat water reception facility is a solution that offers to create a contingency facility in ports. In this way ballast water will be treated no matter if either the vessels' own system does not work or if the ship's treated water does not meet the discharge criteria. In this way ports can make sure that no vessels leaves ports with untreated ballast water.
The illustration shows why Bawat's Mobile One-pass BWMS is a true mobile solution as all tanks are kept D2 compliant even by the end of an operation.
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