How it works

During the voyage, an electrochlorination cell uses clean seawater to create sodium hypochlorite. At the same time, ballast water is circulated and the newly-created disinfectant is injected into the circulation loop. The mixture is then returned to the ballast tank through the in-tank mixing nozzles which rapidly diffuse the biocide in the tank. Oxidant level is monitored via a TRO meter on the circulation line. TRO measurements confirm the required Concentration Time (CT) dosing.

Advantages of our intank Ballast Water Treatment System

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Latest Ballast Water News

Envirocleanse aims to prevent the transfer of harmful aquatic species

February 23, 2018
Envirocleanse was founded in 2007 as a developer and provider of environmentally safe disinfection using electrochemical activation…

Envirocleanse LLC inTank™ BWTS Completes Type Approval Testing

January 2, 2018
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Envirocleanse signs with CMB/Bocimar to install inTank BWTS

October 2, 2017
Envirocleanse LLC, division of Charter Brokerage, a Berkshire Hathaway company, recently signed an Agreement with CMB/Bocimar to install…