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PANASIA’s cutting-edge De-SOx scrubber system, known as “PaSOx,” stands as a formidable solution in addressing the environmental challenges posed by sulfur dioxide emissions resulting from fuel combustion. With a versatile application spectrum encompassing power plants, industrial facilities, and marine vessels, PaSOx emerges as a customized, reliable, and one-stop air quality solution. The product lineup boasts variations tailored to different power capacities and configurations, ranging from the Micro Type for 1-6MW applications to the U-Type, I-Type, and Square Type for higher power outputs up to 80MW. The system’s key components, including the Water Treatment Unit, Water Monitoring System (WMS), and Gas Monitoring System (GMS), work in tandem to ensure efficient and environmentally compliant operations.
PANASIA’s commitment to quality is evident in the array of certifications obtained for the Gas Monitoring System (GMS) and Water Monitoring System (WMS), including approvals from ABS, LR, KR, NK, and Japan Flag authorities. Noteworthy milestones in PaSOx’s history underscore its success, from being selected as a World-Class Product to winning prestigious awards and securing contracts for large-scale retrofit projects with industry giants like MSC and TMS Group. The system’s evolution, marked by smart versions and continuous improvement, aligns seamlessly with evolving regulations, such as the IMO’s sulfur content restrictions implemented in 2020. As the maritime industry navigates stricter emission control areas and sulfur limits, PANASIA’s PaSOx emerges as a pivotal player, offering a technologically advanced and compliant solution to mitigate environmental impact.
Mr. Marine trades under Mr. Marine Elevator, Mr. Marine Ballast and Mr. Marine Instruments & Controls. Our dynamic company aims at keeping vessels safe and compliant, anywhere in the world. With technical know-how, unparalleled spare part sourcing and 24/7 responsiveness, we are your global beacon.
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