Evoqua electrochlorination systems for Australia's navy
Evoqua Water Technologies has been selected by defence contractor BAE Systems Australia to design and deliver technology that prevents marine growth in seawater cooling systems on eight Royal Australian Navy ANZAC Class frigates.
Evoqua’s expertise and existing relationships with the Australian, US and UK navies assisted in positioning its Chloropac system as a suitable technology for the remaining life of each ship. The seawater electrochlorination system is said to be a proven method of preventing marine and biological fouling for energy-efficient, long-term plant operation.
Chloropac systems produce a dilute, safe solution of sodium hypochlorite from natural seawater for direct injection into the seawater cooling circuits and sea chests. Evoqua has more than 2500 Chloropac systems installed worldwide through its Electrocatalytic family of products.
Evoqua will deliver the Chloropac systems for installation onto eight ANZAC Class frigates over the next six years.
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