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LiqTech wins two orders for scrubber water treatment system

30 Aug 2017 07:55 GMT

Danish firm expects to see further development of marine scrubber business in H2.



LiqTech International, Inc. has announced that it has received two new orders for its system for the treatment of waste water from marine scrubbers.

Commenting on the news, Sune Mathiesen, LiqTech CEO, remarked, "We are pleased to receive these new orders for our marine scrubber water treatment systems. We are experiencing a positive development in our marine scrubber business and we believe that we will see a further ramp-up in the second half of 2017."

From its facilities in Denmark, NYSE-listed LiqTech uses silicon carbide - one of the world's hardest materials - for the purification of liquids and gases.

Speaking in April after receiving a $480,000 order for its waste water treatment system for marine scrubbers, Mathiesen noted that the company had experienced a rise in customer interest since October's decision to implement the 0.5 global cap on the sulphur content of marine fuel in 2020.

Explaining the benefits of using silicon carbide, Aldo Petersen, chairman of LiqTech International, explained back in October 2014: "It has a very high pressure resistance. It is also PH-resistant from 0 to 14, so it can clean anything out of water; but because it's such a hard material, it can resist much higher pressure, and in doing that it can clean much higher volumes of water, much more efficiently."

In May, Bunker Index reported that Liqtech had received a $399,000 order for its silicon carbide-based waste water treatment system for marine scrubbers.






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