-free concept means that the vessel will not need to install a ballast
water treatment system and it also removes the need to comply with the Performance Standard for Protective Coatings for ballast
tanks and related regulation, enabling maintenance costs savings.
-Check[TM]2 is a small, lightweight, highly durable handheld fluorometer ideal for quick indicative compliance checks of ballast
The MCTC is currently examining whether increasingly aggressive ballast
water treatment systems using active substances that are anticipated to be installed as a result of this convention could potentially impact ballast
talk linings currently subject to approval under the IMO's Performance Standard for Protective Coatings requirements.
Point, founded in 1996, is projecting sales of nearly 4 million cases in calendar 2015, representing growth of more than 100 percent versus calendar 2014.
The convention requires all new ships to implement an approved ballast
water and sediments management plan.
A railroad track bed consists of a ballast
layer of crushed rock set on the road base supporting rails and ties.
Nedam's operations include its offshore assets, EPCI services employees, the Heavy Lift Vessel Svanen and the Westermeerwind project.
SKY-System disinfects marine organisms carried in ballast
water so that local ecosystems are not affected by foreign organisms.
As the LTR 1220 acts as a 'mobile counterweight', derrick ballast
can be reduced to just a few plates - or, in some cases, completely removed - during the actual hoist.
In the newly developed ballast
water management system, called "ATPS-BLUE sys", an electrolysis unit is placed in the main ballast
They called for active participation in the upcoming international Ballast
Water Management Conference to be held in Muscat next February.
The key participants in the Asian ballast
water treatment systems market include Techcross Inc.
is a direct replacement for the present 'standard ballast
' and adjusts power consumption for each lighting fixture.
The labor and disposal costs for each ballast
add up to $15.
Organisms, including Vibrio cholerae, can be transferred between harbors in the ballast
water of ships.