Wave International to introduce Wave MiniBOSS

Wave MiniBOSS To find out more, meet with the Wave International on stand PG1171 at Seawork from the 13th -15th of June.

Seawork international exhibitor Wave International is to announce the official launch of an innovative oil water filter separator. The product, named MiniBOSS is small, lightweight, low cost and easy to maintain.

With its certified bilge filter system it provides effective control and prevention of oily bilge water discharge. The separators use two Wavestream WS-C3 cartridges to attain the high efficiency and holding capacity required to meet requirements set by the IMO.

Wave International Managing Director, Paul Gullett, comments on the launch of MiniBOSS, saying, “During development the Wavestream cartridges were found to be the best option for the oil removal phase, giving excellent performance. Wave MiniBOSS now gives us an exciting new product, enabling us to expand into larger boat and ship sectors.”

Wavestream is a compact filter that is easily installed between the bilge pump and outlet which removes all traces of oil or pollution from the bile discharge water. The entire Wavestream range has been awarded the Lloyd’s Register Type Approval.

MiniBOSS meets the Marine Pollution (MARPOL) requirements as stipulated by the Marine Environment Protection Committee (MEPC).107(49) certification. Through co-operation with Recovered Energy Inc, the Wave MiniBOSS has been developed and fully tested at 15ppm and 5pmm levels, gaining certification from the US Coast Guard to meet the International Marine Organisation (IMO) Resolution.

To find out more, meet with the Wave International on stand PG1171 at Seawork from the 13th -15th  of June.

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