The Cathelco Evolution BWT system is currently being tested to the ‘live/dead’ standard demanded by the U.S. Coast Guard with the aim of gaining Type Approval by the end of the 1st Qtr of 2018. Based on a combination of filtration and UV technology, the system operates effectively in marine, brackish and salt water. It has a unique UVT sensor system which optimises UV dosage, whilst ensuring the economical use of power. Cathelco are world leaders in seawater pipework anti-fouling systems, protecting vessels of every size from blockages in engine cooling lines caused by barnacles and mussels. Economical and easy to install, the system uses anodes mounted in seachests or strainers wired to a control panel. In addition, Cathelco will be promoting their ICCP hull corrosion protection systems. With their compact, lightweight design, the latest C-Max anodes combine maximum performance with numerous features which speed-up installation. On larger vessels, Quantum control panels store comprehensive information about the system, enabling it to be monitored and controlled with ease.
The Cathelco Evolution ballast water treatment (BWT) system is currently being tested to the ‘live/dead’ standard demanded by the U.S. Coast Guard with the aim of gaining Type Approval by the 3rd Qtr of 2017.
Based on a combination of filtration and UV technology, the system is available with capacities from 34 -1,500 cubic metres per hour in a single unit.
It is equipped with a unique UV-T sensor system which optimises UV dosing and ensures the most economical use of power. Cathelco are the only manufacturers providing UV-T systems as standard – essential in meeting IMO and U. S. Coast Guard requirements.
Cathelco are world leading manufacturers of marine growth prevention systems. These eliminate blockages in ships' seawater cooling lines caused by the growth of barnacles and mussels.
Specially designed units are also available to protect sea water lift pumps on oil platforms. The systems consist of copper and aluminium anodes which are mounted in seachests or strainers and wired to a control panel. In operation the copper anode produces ions which create an environment where barnacles and mussels do not settle or breed. At the same time the aluminium anode produces ions which create an anti-corrosive layer on the internal surfaces of pipes.
Cathelco ICCP hull corrosion protection systems are used on offshore vessels and commercial ships of every kind. The systems consist of an arrangement of hull mounted anodes and reference electrodes wired to a control panel.
A range of C-Max anodes is available in disc and linear form which have the advantage of being lightweight and diver changeable.
The latest Quantum ICCP systems provide greater connectivity with control panels which enable data to be relayed to control room or the bridge via an RS485 link.
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