Designed to provide owners and operators with a cost competitive electrochlorination alternative to copper anode, Evoqua’s new efficient Chloropac system has been developed to reduce installation time and costs for owners and operators of larger vessels, as well as associated life time ownership costs of an MGPS system.
The new Chloropac MGPS is a more compact version of the previous system which offers customers an on-vessel space reduction of up to 60%. The unit delivers substantial maintenance cost savings, cutting required service time significantly as a result of implemented design efficiencies.
Darren Dale, sales director of Evoqua’s Electrocatalytic business, said: “We listened to our customers’ requirements for an improved system, which was easier to install and maintain and capable of delivering substantial cost efficiencies. In response to this feedback, we have developed the latest version of the Chloropac MGPS, while maintaining the proven superior performance of Evoqua’s original system.”
Evoqua’s electrochlorination technology is installed in a multitude of applications on land and sea. In the oil and gas sector, this includes offshore platforms, FPSOs and LNG terminals, refineries and petrochemical plants. There are currently more than 2,500 Chloropac systems installed worldwide, with 75% of leading rig operators relying on Evoqua’s disinfection systems to control biofouling and ensure efficient operation of assets.
Evoqua Water Technologies is exhibiting at SMM Hamburg from 6-9 September. Visit them at stand A1.508, or contact Evoqua’s press office on +44 1926 776900 or firstname.lastname@example.org to arrange an exclusive briefing.