Pronomar with their in-depth knowledge of the Maritime and Offshore market has been a reliable partner for many ship-owners. Their state-of-the-art equipment coupled with solution-oriented and close-to-the-client business approach sets new standards in the Maritime world, amongst others in the Green water treatment (fresh water as well as seawater).
Among the many satisfied customers worldwide is also the dredger MV Waterway, from Royal Boskalis Westminster NV, to be used for their global dredging operations. The following Pronomar – Merus rings have now been installed successfully:
– 1 Merus 1 ½” HCI (High Industrial Capacity) BIO ring 1 ½” for use with Hydrofoor,
– 1 Merus 2” IND (industrial) ring 2” for their vacuum sanitary system,
– 1 Merus 1 ¼” IND (industrial) BIO ring 1 ¼” to use on their boilers / calorifiers
– 1 Merus ¾” ND ( industrial) ring ¾” for the water feed pipe separator
– 1 Merus 24” HCI (High Industrial Capacity) ring 24” at the main seawater pipe
This 24” High Industrial Capacity ring represents the biggest Merus ring for Pronomar to date. Overall speaking the biggest MERUS ring ever installed is a 45” one in the oil industry.
The way the rings work is straight forward, in that they are installed around the pipes in question. They then give off tiny oscillations disturbing the lime scale, bacteria, algae etc. in your fresh- or seawater. Afterwards, the substances are flushed away leaving water pipes free of scaling and bringing them back to high performance levels. In consequence also the pipes, boilers, tanks etc. have a longer lifespan.
Apart from the longer lifespan and the initial capacity of the equipment in question a big advantage of the Merus technology is that there is less service or maintenance required saving a lot of time and manpower as well as actual savings in operation costs.
Pronomar are happy that Boskalis have put their trust in them to provide an efficient and high-quality solution to their previous problems with scaling and Marine growth and are convinced these are a thing of the past now.