Evac Evolution systems for superyacht retrofits

Evac Evolution systems for superyacht retrofits

In retrofit installations space availability is usually a major consideration. The Evac Evolution ballast water management system (BWMS) can be supplied in modular form enabling components and control panels to be distributed in available areas for ease of installation.

1 UV reactor

These are designed with six UV lamps to achieve the level of irradiation to meet the U.S. Coast Guard ‘live/dead’ standard. The water flows in a helix maximising the surface area exposed to the UV light. The reactor is 1120mm in height making it one of the smallest on the market.

2 Filter unit

The Filtrex ACB filter has been specifically selected for its very compact size –  less than half the size of filters used on commercial vessels. It has a filter mesh size of 20 microns and incorporates automatic back flushing.

 

3 Cleaning-in-place (CIP) control panel

The lamp sleeves are automatically cleaned after every ballasting/de-ballasting operation using an efficient wiper system.

4 UV lamp cabinet

Step-less power control enables output to the lamps to be raised or lowered in small incremental steps, ensuring that power is used economically.

5 Control panel

Controls ballasting/deballasting, C.I.P cleaning and many other functions. Built in data logging ensures compliance with IMO regulations. Provides salt water and fresh water operational modes. Available as stand alone, remote or fully integrated.

Evac Evolution for yacht retrofits

Marketing material

  • Evac Evolution Ballast water management leaflet

    Type: Leaflet Language: English Industry:

  • Evac Evolution BWMS IMO press release

    Type: Article Language: English Industry: Marine, Offshore

  • Evac Evolution BWMS USCG press release

    Type: Article Language: English Industry: Marine, Offshore