First Tethys-order: Reverse Osmosis units for diving support barges
Holland Shipyards has asked Hatenboer-Water to supply two Tethys reverse osmosis (RO) water treatment units for diving support barges scheduled to be deployed along the Gabon coast. The order marks the first project for Tethys, the new Hatenboer-Water standard water maker series for compact applications.
From the Netherlands to Africa
The RO units are to be installed aboard two diving support barges currently under construction in the Holland Shipyards’ site in Hardinxveld-Giessendam, the Netherlands. Each unit will provide drinking water at a capacity rate of up to 6 m3 per day. Upon completion, the barges will operate along the Gabon coast.
Holland Shipyard has previously ordered Hatenboer-Water RO units for their Tridens project and Caspian Sea accommodation barges. The two Tethys units are scheduled for deployment in August and September.
Holland Shipyards specialises in new buildings, repair and conversion of small and medium-sized vessels. They are experienced in the field of offshore support, offshore accommodation, short sea vessels, tugs and dredgers.