Press release 23 February: Evac’s new electrochemical wastewater treatment plant
Evac’s new electrochemical wastewater treatment plant
ORCA IV is Evac’s new electrochemical wastewater treatment plant designed to treat black and grey water aboard multiple vessel types, such as yachts and navy vessels, as well as on offshore platforms and other marine-type applications. Orca IV is a purely electrolytic wastewater treatment plant that fulfills the requirements of IMO MEPC 227 (64).
The compact and modular design of the ORCA IV makes it ideal for retrofitting to existing vessels, as well as for installation on new ships. It operates on a continuous basis, is fully automatic in normal operation, and requires low maintenance only once every 3 months. The hydraulic load for black and grey vacuum wastewater treatment ranges from 1500 to 70000 liters per day, depending on the model. The system does not require chemicals and there is no need for a separate sludge tank.
The ORCA IV has a low installation cost, offers high efficiency, and is suitable for small and narrow spaces. For more information, please contact us at en.evac.com/contacts.
Evac in short
Evac is the world’s leading provider of integrated waste-, wastewater-, and water management systems for the marine, offshore, and building industries. The company was established in 1979 and it now has completed over 20,000 marine and 2,000 building projects worldwide. Evac has 220 employees in Finland, Germany, France, China, Korea, the USA, Brazil, Norway, and representatives in more than 40 countries. The company’s turnover was 98 million euros in 2015.
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