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Bio-Fouling of seawater intakes on ships & marine vessels can be a major problem, causing expensive equipment damage and pipework blockages and leading to shut down of vital seawater supplies. CPCL have a range of vessel-specific systems that can prevent this bio-fouling and prolong the life of these essential systems.
Ships and other marine vessels rely completely on sea water processing to provide potable water, cooling water and water necessary to support other industrial processes. Bio-fouling of this water presents a tangible risk to the safe and efficient operation of the vessel. CPCL understand the importance of these systems and have developed a range of sea chest-specific products which provide long-lasting, effective protection against hard marine fouling, and are easy to maintain.
The power requirements of the electrolytic system can be as low as 0.5 kW and systems range from basic power supplies through to more complex control panels that integrate with ship-board control and monitoring systems.
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Matthew has a BEng (Hons) in Manufacturing Engineering and previously worked within the pump industry. With over 20 years’ experience in the design and manufacture of marine anti-fouling systems, he ensures that all our anti-fouling systems are designed, engineered, and manufactured according to client specifications. Matthew has worked on projects for major oil & gas companies around the world, including; Saudi Arabia, UAE, Turkey, Egypt, Australia, USA and Indonesia.
IndustrialWe can design industrial systems to treat water for a wide variety of applications, from power stations to water-treatment facilities
Deck mountedDeck Mounted systems integrate into existing infrastructure and can treat water remotely to be pumped to wherever it is needed.
Pump mountedPump mounted systems fix directly to the pump caisson and protect the incoming water at source.