Chelsea Technologies' Michael Haraldsson joins the panel this week at Ballast Water Webinar Week to discuss the many issues that are surfacing around commissioning testing.
Chelsea Technologies’ Michael Haraldsson joins the panel this week at Ballast Water Webinar Week to discuss the many issues that are surfacing around commissioning testing. The amendments to regulation E-1 of the BWM Convention adopted by MECP 74 require biological efficacy testing when commissioning a BWTS on board a vessel. But what happens if the commissioning test is unsuccessful?
Beginning Tuesday 18 January, Ballast Water Webinar Week will be holding a series of webinars focused on deadlines, commissioning tests and shipowner requirements for 2022 and 2023. Each webinar is meticulously researched and speaks to a key industry challenge, headache or opportunity.
Registration is free, to register, please sign up here.
Fastballast at Ballast Water Webinar Week
• Quick & cost-effective – compliance level test in under 10 minutes decreasing need for shore-based laboratory involvement
• Accurate – the most accurate indicative instrument on the market, removing the cost to go back out to sea, exchange ballast water and return to port
• Simple – all-in-one portable instrument, including tablet, no consumables, designed to be operated by a single person
What can Fastballast do for you?
- Measure – A fast, lightweight device to analyse ballast water for compliance
- Automate – Automated data measurement
- Rugged – Suitable for use in the marine environment
- Precision – Most accurate device on the market for indicative ballast water compliance testing
- Practical – Low cost, robust portable unit without consumables designed to be operated by a single person
Who is Fastballast ideal for?
FastBallast is a must-have for key players in the maritime industry:
- Manufacturers of ballast water management systems (BWMS)
- Port state authorities
- Field testing service companies
- Repair yards