Decisions in ballast water treatment shouldn’t be made by default, especially when it comes to your choice of treatment technology: UV or electrochlorination (EC). By raising the right questions, you can lower a lot – from your costs and risks to your operating limitations. Find out why UV treatment with Alfa Laval PureBallast 3 is the smartest choice for ballast water treatment, even on vessels where EC is today’s norm.
Every choice has an impact. In ballast water treatment, your choice of UV or electrochlorination (EC) technology can affect not only your investment cost, but also your vessel’s long-term operating costs and flexibility.
There can be much more to a ballast water treatment system than just the system itself – including more cost than what you see in a supplier’s offer. Find out why UV technology is more straightforward than EC, and how that translates into investment savings.
After the initial costs come those that accumulate over time. Once your ballast water treatment system is in operation, your original choice of UV or EC technology will make a major difference in how much you spend from year to year. Learn the reasons why.
UV treatment and electrochlorination (EC) are the two main methods of treating ballast water. Deciding between them is more than choosing between physical and chemical technologies. It’s deciding which technology will have the least impact on your vessel, operations and crew – as well as your costs, now and over time. This short film explores your options.
Pressed for time? This short guide gives you a quick overview of the most important things to consider when choosing a ballast water treatment solution, including the key choice between UV treatment and electrochlorination (EC).
Your choice of technology may be the most important one you make in ballast water treatment. We’d be happy to discuss it with you, in brief or in depth.