Retrofit Sewage Treatment Plant

When upgrading or retrofitting your engine room, the retrofit sewage treatment plant from Super Trident® is by far the most convenient solution available to the marine world today. A modular design allows for easy installation. The retrofit STP can easily be boarded through standard vessel access ways thanks to its modular design. Three separate modules with limited dimensions prevent the need for hull penetration.

Widely regarded as standard specification by many of the world’s shipowners, the Super Trident® retrofit sewage treatment plants from Wärtsilä Water & Waste form the most cost effective and safe answer to disposal of wastewater at sea.

The plant ensures compliance to IMO legislation – MEPC.227(64). Minimum maintenance is required.

 
Wärtsilä Water & Waste has more than 40 years of experience in delivering Sewage Treatment Plants for the marine industry
 
    KEY BENEFITS
    • Compatible with fresh and salt water
    • Compatible with both conventional and vacuum fed collection systems
    • Modular construction: 3 modules, easy to install!
    • The most cost-effective option when retrofitting or upgrading machine rooms 
    • Certified to meet IMO MEPC 227(64) effluent quality standards
    MODELS

    Different models of retrofit STPs

    Each size in the retrofit range is built up from three separate water tight tanks connected by external piping, aiding installation. The dimensions of each component has been arranged to permit its transportation through standard vessel access ways.
    The dimensions below indicate the size of aperture through which the unit will pass with tanks separated when the control panel, transfer tubes and studs, dosing skid, vent tubes, flow meter and covers are also removed.


    System IMO certified
    (litres/day)
    Weight full
    (kg)
    Dimensions when assembled
    (LxWxH, mm) 
    RTC20-14 3120 3335 2320x1678x1398
    RTC40-14 6010 5340 2520x1835x1847
    RTC60-14 9360 7690 3010x2035x1937 
    RTC80-14 11840 9440 3460x3324x2037 


    System Aperture width
    (needed for boarding, mm)
    Aperture length
    (needed for boarding, mm)
    RTC20-14 655 1220
    RTC40-14 730 1670
    RTC60-14 830 1770
    RTC80-14 880 1870

    SCOPE OF SUPPLY

    As standard

    • Main tank
    • Air compressor
    • Centrifugal discharge pump (for solids handling)
    • Electrical control panel
    • Chlorination & dechlorination systems

    Optional

    • Standby compressor
    • Standby discharge pump

    Ease of installation

    The retrofit range has been specifically designed to reduce the cost of installing sewage treatment equipment into existing vessels. 

    Each size in the retrofit range is built up from three separate water tight tanks connected by external piping, aiding installation. The dimensions of each component has been arranged to permit its transportation through standard vessel access ways.
      Assembled unit
      RT-Tank-1
      Separated unit
      RT-Tank-2

      Replacement units – Legislation

      Sewage Treatment Plants installed on or after 1st January 2016 are required to meet the new IMO Annex IV, MEPC 227(64) effluent quality standards, which introduce a Dilution Compensation Factor into the sampling requirements.

      Dilution should not be the solution to pollution. IMO intended to tackle ‘dilution machines’ by the introduction of Dilution Compensation Factor (Qi/Qe) in MEPC.227(64). If the volume of the effluent is higher than the volume of the influent due to the use of dilution, the quality of the effluent must be improved by the same factor. Installing an STP that relies solely on dilution will leave ship operators with some difficult questions to answer, even if the STP is type approved. Therefore, for STPs where Qi/Qe <1, it is important that Qi and Qe can be measured and visible.

      BOD-formula

      References

      • Asian Hercules II
        “Asian Hercules II”, a 3,200 MT Floating Sheerleg Crane vessel, has 4 main hoisting winches, each capable of hoisting speeds 2m/min with a full load. Delivered in 1997, the vessel has an accommodation facility for 34 persons.

        Asian Hercules II

      • Twister
        The Wärtsilä AQUARIUS® UV Ballast Water Management System (BWMS) was installed onboard the Twister, a Chemgas BV owned LPG carrier.

        For retrofit applications and upgrades, where space availability can be a determining factor, the modular configuration of Wärtsilä’s AQUARIUS® range was a particular advantage and the entire installation process took just 3 weeks.

        Twister

      • Leonidas
        Delivered in 2009, the 318,000 dwt Leonidas features a machinery installation incorporating a Wärtsilä 7RT-flex82T. The vessel is also equipped with the Super Trident Sewage Treatment Plant ST2A, certified to meet IMO MEPC 159(55) guidelines.

        Leonidas

      • Ullswater
        The vessel, a Wärtsilä Ship Design, is to perform diving support, subsea construction work, crane lifting and ROV operations.

        Ullswater

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      For TECHNICAL SUPPORT & SERVICE, please email us with the Equipment Serial Number or the name of the vessel at poole.service@wartsila.com. For urgent support, contact +44 1202 662 600.

      Equipment Serial Number is taken from the equipment nameplate and includes all letters and numbers as given on the equipment nameplate.

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