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Chemical free fresh water production from Enwa

New Fresh water generator from Enwa contributes to minimize the use of chemicals on board. 

Enwa has introduced a new fresh water generator - water production without the use of chemicals. This product has been developed by Danish maritime specialists, with attention concentrated on chemical-free water output, small footprint and minimum need for space in connection with maintenance and service.

“Chemicals have traditionally been used, and crew have had to wear both gloves and eye protection when handling these,” explains Peter Eriksson, Business Development Director at Enwa Water Technology AB. “That’s no longer necessary. The Enwa Fresh Water Generator (FWG) with ScaleGuard technology eliminates the need to inject anti-scaling products and substantially reduces maintenance requirements. We can now offer our customers produced water at a lower cost than conventional FWGs.” He emphasises that the company is very pleased to be able to present the latest addition to its product portfolio, which is better for the environment, cuts work for the crew and reduces time and cost.

“Three methods are available for securing fresh water on vessels – bunkering from shore, a fresh water generator on board or a water maker using the reverse osmosis (RO) process,” Eriksson explains. “We have long experience of designing and building RO solutions at our Swedish factory.”

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