The marine industry is changing with ever-increasing speed, especially when it comes to new demands concerning energy efficiency and environmental protection. Whether you build ships or sail them, Alfa Laval has the solutions and expertise you need to stay ahead.
Sailing at your side
From dry dock to harbour to open sea, Alfa Laval is at your service. No other supplier offers such a wide range of proven equipment, covering most critical operations on board. Nor will you find greater competence in merging equipment into optimized applications and innovative solutions to your challenges.
Our decades of work with shipyards, ship owners and ship operators are vital in this respect. Meeting the future is impossible without a true understanding of where things stand today – an understanding we’ve earned through a century of marine service.
Rest assured, we’ll be here to serve you tomorrow as well.
PureBallast 3.1 website
Here you will find much more about PureBallast 3.1, including retrofit information, selection guides and interactive presentations.
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Alfa Laval PureBallast now has U.S. Coast Guard type approval
On 23 December, Alfa Laval received U.S. Coast Guard (USCG) type approval for the third generation of its ballast water treatment system, PureBallast. The approval allows ship owners who deballast in ...
The 100th U-design Alfa Laval PureSOx scrubber will go to the Grimaldi Group
The Grimaldi Group has placed orders for seven hybrid Alfa Laval PureSOx systems with U-design scrubbers. The orders are an important milestone, as the second of these systems is also the 100th U-desi...
Alfa Laval announces new business manager for PureBallast as industry readies for new regulations
Beginning December 2016, Kristina Effler will assist marine customers navigating ballast water treatment alternatives as the new Global Business Manager for Alfa Laval PureBallast. Effler assumes the ...
Alfa Laval PureSOx offers cost-effective compliance with the 2020 global sulphur cap
On 27 October, the delegates to the MEPC70 meeting in London agreed to implement a global fuel sulphur cap as of 1 January 2020. While the cap will create a 0.5% fuel sulphur limit worldwide, it does ...
DNV GL attests Alfa Laval’s ability to meet the ETC tank cleaning notation
After observing the design of tank cleaning solutions using Alfa Laval G-Pass simulation software, DNV GL has issued a unique statement confirming Alfa Laval’s ability to meet the ETC tank cleaning no...
US Coast Guard type approval application filed for Alfa Laval PureBallast ballast water treatment system
After successful completion of land-based tests with marine, brackish and fresh water – all using the current ballast water treatment system design – a test report package for PureBallast has now been...