Severn Trent De Nora Introduces Mariner Omnipure

Monday, January 22, 2007
Severn Trent De Nora has introduced the Mariner Omnipure series of marine sanitation devices. The USCG Certified Type II Mariner Omnipure units provide the same electrolytic treatment benefits of larger Omnipure units, but with less maintenance and a small, compact size designed for workboats, crewboats and vessels. With treatment capacities of up to 60 persons in black water and up to 25 persons in black and gray water, the largest unit treats 1,796 gallons (6,800 liters) of human wastewater per day.

The Mariner Omnipure provides effective electrolytic treatment of both black and gray water through a patented and certified treatment process. Electrolytic treatment of marine sewage eliminates chemical storage issues, dosing equipment and costs associated with the use of hazardous chemicals since the disinfection solution is produced onsite while the unit is in operation. A closed-loop cell-cleaning feature allows maintenance to be performed on the cell without opening the cell and cleaning it by hand. The Mariner Omnipure system is available in three sizes: Model M2512V, Model M4016V and Model M6025V. The Mariner Omnipure system consists of three key components: V-1 sewage tank, processing unit and V-2 effluent tank. These components are provided separately to better fit the smaller installation spaces that can be found aboard these types of vessels.

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