The Water To Sea system combines multiple processes and modular components, working cohesively to achieve superior temporary offshore water treatment productivity.
Customer Interface System
Water To Sea’s interface system is the first step in our closed treatment process. It assures that safety is maintained and controlled regardless of pressure and flow rates.
The Thincell patented Electrochemical process system is equipped with two pressurized, fluidized bed reaction vessels. The dual design enables continuous flow with one-person maintenance and zero downtime.
Thincell’s proprietary anodes, cathodes and unique bi-polar multivalent sacrificial electrodes prevent passivation and corrosion. The process has proven to be safe, cost effective, and flexible for continually changing waste streams.
The patent-pending Thinsep technology provides contaminant removal using a combination of coagulation, electro-chemically and mechanically-generated micro bubbles that flocculate, float, and separate contaminants from treated water.
The patent-pending ThinFloc technology reduces fine floc and suspended solid particulates, prior to discharge in accordance with environmental regulations or recycled for reuse.
Power Distribution System (PDS)
Using one cable, the Power Distribution System receives 440/480V 3-phase power from the customer’s motor control center and distributes it to the Thincell electrochemical process system and the recirculating pumps. The Power Distribution system also transforms the power to 120 volt single-phase for use with the treatment system automation, instrumentation, and control.
The Pump System
Redundant electrically-driven centrifugal pumps provide fluid return, recycle and, if needed overboard discharge capabilities. The pumps utilize variable frequency drives (VFD) for site specific operation.
On - Line Oil and Grease (TOG) Analyzer
Treated water is analyzed before discharge and can be automatically diverted if reprocessing is necessary.