Waste Water Systems



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Overview

RFD supply Hamworthy, one of the world's leading marine sewage treatment plants. These products are widely regarded as standard specification on vessels up to the largest cruise liners. Over 6000 plants have been installed in ships across the world. We specialise in retro fit systems to enable older vessels to meet changing IMO requirements.

Sewage Treatment 
Sewage Treatment
Features

Hamworthy leads the market in waste water treatment systems for ships. The increased size and number of commercial and passenger ships have led to concerns on the impact of their waste discharges on the natural environment.

Hamworthy is the world's leading manufacturer of marine sewage treatment plant. For over three decades Super Trident sewage treatment plants have been widely regarded as standard specification on all vessels up to the largest cruise liners.

MBR 
MBR
Features

Hamworthy has met the challenge of protecting the environment by developing a new waste water treatment process based on biological degradation and membrane separation.

This process produces the highest quality discharge without requiring any addition or generation of chemicals that hazardous to the environment or ship operation. Recent tests conducted by an independant laboratory (NSF) produced results exceeding the most stringent future legislative pollutant values envisaged. With over 30 years experience in waste water treatment, Hamworthy is ready to serve the needs of the marine industry and the environment.

Oily Water Separators 
Oily Water Separators
Features

The Hamworthy oily water separator is an advanced plate type separator which separates oil and water using the natural density differential to achieve IMO standards of performance.

This leading-edge design is also more compact, more efficient and more reliable than standard filtration equipment and is built and supplied as a complete package down through the pack to collect in the bottom. This prevents possible blockages caused by the build up of solid material.