If you want to keep things simple, you need to have a smart approach to your ballast water treatment solution. And that takes more than just picking the right technology. It also takes experience.
Ballast water treatment is nothing new to us at Alfa Laval. We have been working with these technologies for almost 20 years. Throughout that time, we have helped shipping companies of all sizes choose the right systems for their needs. And we work closely with customers to plan efficient, cost-effective installations at every step of the process.
All that experience is now available at your fingertips to make sure you can easily plan a smooth project for your fleet. Keep scrolling to find easy, cost-free ways that you can take advantage of our knowledge.
You have a lot to consider when dealing with new ballast water discharge rules. And our specialists are here to help. Let’s Talk Ballast! is a new live streaming series that’s part of Alfa Laval Marine Talks. In each episode, you can learn about a different important topic in the world of ballast water treatment. Get helpful hints and expert tips for planning your installation and beyond!
Overwhelmed by the thought of retrofitting a ballast water treatment system? You’re not alone. But the right planning and guidance can minimize the challenges and costs. With experience from over a decade of PureBallast 3 retrofits, Alfa Laval has the insights, skills and routines to keep your retrofit project on course. Download our brochure to learn how we do it.
Not all fleets have the resources for a deep dive into ballast water treatment. But that didn’t stop a group of 52 coaster fleet owners in Turkey. Working together, they made a thorough and systematic investigation of the potential choices – and all agreed on PureBallast 3. “Alfa Laval was far and away the leader,” says shipowner and group spokesperson Murat Er.
Type approval isn’t the same as compliance. Even if a ballast water treatment system is certified, it may not get your vessel where it needs to go. Compliance Navigator is a new tool for comparing potential systems with the conditions and limitations on your vessel’s trade routes. Step by step, it guides you through key parameters and decisions, so that the system you choose complies not just on paper – but also where you sail.
Today, there are more types of ballast water systems than ever to choose from. Download our handy guides to better understand what you need to look for – and what you need to avoid.
Not sure where to start? These tips will point you in the right direction with the most important selection criteria.
What do salinity, temperature and UVT have to do with compliance? They can all limit system performance. This explains why.
How long does ballast water treatment take? That depends on how and where you do it. Here’s the simple explanation.
With a chemical-free and space-saving design, the Alfa Laval PureBallast 3 ballast water treatment system is as easy to operate as it is to install. That’s why it has become the leading choice for both major international shipping companies and dedicated local fleets.
Of course, we understand that your choice of equipment is really just one piece of a bigger puzzle. No matter where in the world you are, we have capable, local engineering partners who can be at your side whenever you need them. We’re here to listen, solve challenges, and make sure every part of your project goes as smoothly – and simply – as possible.
Alfa Laval provides more than just technology. You can count on us for everything around PureBallast 3.
With a PureBallast 3 bulker-fit configuration, you lower your investment and operating costs.
If you don’t have a pump room or much other space for a ballast water treatment system, install it topside.
Concerned about how to afford your ballast water treatment system retrofit? It doesn’t have to be a headache. Through well-established partners, Alfa Laval can arrange leasing or credit guarantees for PureBallast 3. You can count on flexible financing at a competitive price – with minimal hassle and no hidden costs. Download our brochure or contact us to learn more.