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Our range of monitoring applications ensures that there is always a solution to your environmental monitoring needs. Whether for boiler water, condensate cooling water, produced water or discharge water, we have an application that can help.

If for any reason your specific requirements are truly unique, we can tailor make systems to resolve or answer your situation.

Our commitment to ongoing development ensures that all our products remain at the forefront of available technology and consistently push the boundaries of oil-in-water and water quality analysis.


Bilge Water Discharge Monitor (MEPC 107)

Bilge water is water that drains from the vessel decks and machinery spaces into the hull and the bilge tank via scupper drains. This discharge is restricted under MARPOL Annex I as it may have come into contact and mixed with oil.


Bilge Water Discharge Security

Bilge Water Discharge Security is security system for the Bilge monitor and oily water separator. Unfortunately some people wish to bypass the separator and discharge dirty oily water containing a mix greater than 15ppm. This is commonly referred to as a ‘Magic Pipes’. 


Oily Water Discharge

Oily Water Discharge is exactly that; any water that may have traces of oil from a specific process, whether it be cleaning or from the drains, that needs to be discharged overboard the vessel.


Slop Water Discharge (MEPC 108)

Slop / Tank Wash Water is an oily water mixture usually produced by tankers washing out their cargo tanks between cargoes. After a vessel unloads it will return back to open sea and ‘wash’ its tanks out using sea water. This process normally takes a few days and the slop tanks then need to be emptied.


Tank Wash Water Discharge (MEPC 108)

Tank Water is also oily water. Tank water is usually produced by tankers washing out their cargo tanks between cargoes. After a vessel unloads it will return back to open sea and ‘wash’ its tanks out using sea water. This process normally takes a few days and the slop tanks then need to be emptied. 


Hydrocarbon Leak Detection

Hydrocarbon Leak Detection is used for a wide range of scenarios and industries. It can be used in tank farms, oil refineries, and oil and gas and petrochemical plants.


Cooling Water Monitoring

The function of the Cooling Water Monitoring system is to remove heat from processes or equipment via a single or series of heat exchangers. Water is the primary cooling fluid.


Boiler Feed Protection Monitor

Boiler water is treated to prevent scaling, corrosion, foaming, and priming. Treatment is courtesy of chemicals which are put into boiler water through the chemical feed tank, to keep the water within chemical range.


Sewage Treatment Plant Effluent Monitor

Increasingly stringent discharge standards require the removal of pollutants to very low levels, while environmental and financial sustainability goals require minimising energy and resource consumption. Utilities require technology that helps them improve process efficiency, whilst maintaining or reducing operation and maintenance (O&M) costs.


Exhaust Scrubber Wash Water Monitor

Exhaust Gas Cleaning Systems (EGCS) is an approved method of reducing the sulphur emissions to under 0.5%, in line with the new sulphur cap regulations which came into force on 1st Jan 2020. For this, exhaust fumes are drenched in seawater, which absorbs the sulphur dioxide, creating a chemical reaction to take place to turn this into sulphate, a naturally occurring salt in seawater.


Oil Condition Monitoring

Oil Condition Monitoring is the process of monitoring a parameter or condition in machinery in order to identify whether there is a significant change, which is often indicative of a developing fault. Often with lube or hydraulic oil systems, any water content gaining access to the system is generally seen as fatal to for the equipment.


Produced Water Discharge Monitor

Produced Water is a term for reservoir water that is produced along with the oil and gas phase. Oil and gas reservoirs normally contain amounts of water, oil, solids, condensates and gas. When oil and gas are processed, water is separated and pumped back into the reservoir in order to maintain the right pressure in the well. Alternatively, the water is discharged to the sea.


Deck Drains Discharge

Oil rig decks have drains which allows waste and run off water to run down into the slop tanks. This water must be separated and discharged.


Ground Water Discharge Monitor

All contaminated discharges to ground or surface water are subject to environmental permits through local regulations and authorities. This effluent could be anything from contaminated rainwater to sewage.

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