• 2017 July 13 16:28

    BIO-SEA offers maritime industry its small flow rate BWMS

    BIO-SEA by BIO-UV designs, manufactures and markets the BIO-SEA small flow rate ballast water treatment system which combines mechanical filtration and ultraviolet (UV) disinfection without any chemical treatment whatsoever. The BIO-SEA small flow rate range available from 15 to 90 m3/h is especially designed for the needs of vessels with small pump capacities such as yachts, navy support vessels, offshore support vessels (OSV), platform supply vessels (PSV), ocean-going research vessels (RV).
    The BIO-SEA's BWMS units feature the following characteristics:
    FLEXIBLE: adaptable to all types of technical configurations BIO-SEA is the only system to be as flexible and adaptable. It can be easily integrated to all types of retrofit or newbuilding vessels, thanks to several versions depending on technical needs :
    - skid version: fully mounted
    - split version: skid totally dismounted, delivered in wooden box and then easily reassembled onboard
    - modular version: loose components
     
    COMPACT: smallest system on the BWT market BIO-SEA small flow rate is designed to be as compact as possible. All components included power supply are directly embded on skid (no additional power cabinet) and UV reactor are shorten from the standard version, which allows a minimal footprint.
     
    RELIABLE and COMPLIANT The range is IMO Type approved and also has the AMS from the USCG with several Class societies certifications. Designed and manufactured with first class marine components, BIO-SEA small flow rate system is efficient in all water qualities.
     
    BIO-SEA has equipped many vessels, with reliable, innovative, modular and cost efficient solutions. BIO-SEA and its worldwide certified Partners remain at your disposal if you need technical information for your new building or retrofit projects.

    The BIO-SEA® ballast water treatment systems are IMO type approved, USCG AMS accepted and its USCG type approval is currently in process. BIO-SEA has equipped many vessels, with reliable, innovative, modular and cost efficient solutions. BIO-SEA is able to provide, thanks to its worldwide certified Partners, retrofits and new building turnkey solutions from onboard survey till onboard installation (at quay, dry-dock or on voyage).

    BIO-SEA is a subsidiary of the BIO-UV Group. BIO-UV, an innovative industrial SME, leading French manufacturer of ultraviolet light water treatment equipment, was created in May 2000. Made up of 49 employees at the present time in France, the BIO-UV Group designs, manufactures and markets systems and concepts of disinfection by ultraviolet light (UV-C) adapted to a large number of applications.




2017 July 22

15:46 Gazprom Neft to utilise capacity at the St Petersburg Polytech supercomputer
14:22 French shipyard holds naming ceremony for new French icebreaker L’Astrolabe
11:58 Carnival Cruise Line unveils newly renovated cruise ship-themed exhibit at Miami Children’s Museum
10:53 GCT appoints Grosman as new President and CEO

2017 July 21

18:32 Hapag-Lloyd's MV NORASIA ALYA to omit San Antonio Port on MSW Service
18:03 MOL's Kinkasan Maru's engine control console gets 1st 'Ship Heritage' certificate
17:54 Bahri beefs up its fleet of VLCCs with delivery of 300,000dwt tanker ASLAF
17:33 Svitzer will provide marine support services for the Excelerate Energy FSRU in Bangladesh
17:08 The Port of Southampton welcomes ARA Libertad
16:46 Australian LNG exports to surge 22% this year, expert says
16:35 Duke University secures funding of a new marine lab RV construction
16:00 Workshop in Tunis briefed participants on functioning, operation and use of LRIT system
15:37 Drewry: World Container Index drops 6.3% (Jul 20)
15:14 Ukraine’s water transport carried 0.2 mln passengers in Jan-Jun'17, up 27.5%, Y-o-Y
14:52 Cargo transportation by Ukraine’s water transport down 6.7% to 2.3 mln t in 6M’17
14:31 Shell contracted to provide lubes and services for OOCL Hong Kong
14:06 Far East Crab Catchers Association: world’s first ship dedicated for crab catching can be designed and built in Russia
13:40 Krasnoye Sormovo shipyard launches chemical carrier Balt Flot 16 of Project RST27М for BF Tanker
13:15 Fincantieri enters partnership agreement with MAPEI
12:53 ME MetroElectroTrans buys out river fleet of Volgograd for RUB 32.5 mln (photo)
12:42 Harley Marine Services adds new tug DR HANK KAPLAN to its fleet
12:14 NextDecade signs MOU with Port of Cork to develop FSRU and LNG import terminal infrastructure
11:37 MAIB reports on tug Dominigue capsize accident in Madagascar resulting in 2 fatalities
11:19 In HI’2017 TransContainer transported 869,000 TEUs, up 18.7% Y-o-Y
10:58 Academic Pashin tanker underwent inclining experiment at Nevsky Shipyard
10:23 First Damen dredger for Australia TSHD 650 en route to Gippsland Ports
10:16 JFSE launches patented revolutionary jetting technology for subsea excavation
09:59 Oil spill response workshop held in Senegal
09:34 Indicative bunker prices go up at the port of Saint-Petersburg, Russia (graph)
09:17 Baltic Dry Index up to 964 points

2017 July 20

18:35 Wärtsilä reports order intake and net sales growth in H1 2017
18:10 Workshop of International Dialogue on Migration held in Geneva
17:49 ClassNK Singapore marks 50 years with anniversary party
17:35 UK's MCA conducts exercise for response to spills from shipping and offshore installations
17:13 DNV GL releases its updated NOx TIER III compliance guide
17:01 Port of Rotterdam half-year cargo volumes rose 3,9%
16:54 RF Navy's large tonnage warships are training in Kronstadt before the Main Navy Parade
16:35 LUKOIL Board of Directors approves members of Company Management Committee
16:14 Van Oord wins contract for mega waterfront project in Dubai
16:03 No visible drivers on the bunker market so far, expert says
15:53 MacGregor to supply on-vessel equipment to Excelerate Energy
15:31 HHI offers smart ship ICT technology for better navigation and management of ships
15:12 Boskalis contracted to build Stockholm Norvik Port quay wall in Sweden
15:08 Long Beach City Council confirms Colonna, Lowenthal appointments to Board of Harbor Commissioners
14:51 Swedegas and Fluxys LNG start cooperation for LNG project in the port of Gothenburg
14:32 BV granted approval in principle for Wison’s 50MW floating LNG power supply barge
14:06 Cargo shipments by North-Western Shipping Company up 5% to 2.76 mln t in HI’2017
13:40 Marine Recruiting Agency in HI'17 increased the number of graduates by 58%
13:17 Austal continues industry engagement with Queensland businesses for OPV project
12:55 FESCO delivered outsized Power Machine’s equipment to Vietnamese Power Plant under construction
12:33 Port of Gdansk throughput up 3.6% to 18.57 mln t in Jan-June'17
12:11 OSU researchers work to improve AUVs’ energy efficiency
11:58 HII's NNS gets $148.7 million as CVN 80 contract modification
11:50 Frigate ‘Admiral Makarov’, corvette ‘Stoyky’ and major missile boat ‘Dimitrovgrad entered the Neva River
11:29 Bunker prices are slightly down at the Far East ports of Russia (graph)
11:12 Bureau Veritas and Ascenz join forces in ship performance agreement
10:36 USPA submits to Ukraine’s Ministry of Infrastructure a revised draft of the Port Dues Methodology
10:14 Kongsberg Maritime secures first order for autonomous surface vehicle control system K-MATE
09:52 Supervisory board of Tallink Grupp start exploratory process relating to potential strategic options
09:33 Port of Tallinn announces the winner of the design contest for the Old City Harbour bridge