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Title CMR Takes Module Approach to BWTS, Controls Date 2016.03.07 09:04

CMR Takes Module Approach to BWTS, Controls

Posted by Eric Haun
Thursday, March 03, 2016
File CMR’s Goldfinch provides a new modular approach for Ballast Water Treatment Systems (BWTS) and marine control panels (Image: CMR Group)
CMR's Goldfinch provides a new modular approach for Ballast Water Treatment Systems (BWTS) and marine control panels (Image: CMR Group)

New CMR modular approach delivers BWTS control panel savings; 75 percent reduction in time-to-market lead times

A modular approach for Ballast Water Treatment Systems (BWTS) and marine control panels has been developed by CMR Group, specialists in controls, instrumentation and wiring systems for marine and high-horsepower applications.
Goldfinch is an advanced engineering process that is based around standard and modular panels for BWTS, enabling OEMs to expand and improve their offering through reduced lead times and cost savings, CMR Group said.
CMR Group claims that using Goldfinch can reduce time-to-market lead times by 75 percent
when compared to traditional systems, delivering potential savings of upwards of thousands
of dollars per project.
Goldfinch enables BWTS OEMs to select from a range of modular and standard control panel
 parts and technologies compliant with Marine Classification societies, which can be tailored to individual requirements. This simplifies the whole process from initial technical specification
 to final delivery of completed units.
These include steel constructed Local Operating Panel-based (LOP) solutions which provide
protection from dust and water ingress (to a minimum of IP54) and incorporate industry
standard PLC-based control systems, HMI user interfaces and are suitable for a Supply
Voltage range 380 – 690V, 3-Phase, 50/60Hz.
Following manufacture, all panels are subject to inspection, including high-voltage flash
testing to ensure the panels meet customer requirements and Class Rules.
Said the introduction of Goldfinch will meet the need for standardization which is becoming increasingly urgent as the final ratification of the International Maritime Organization's (IMO)
 worldwide Ballast Water Management (BWM) convention approaches, which will require
thousands of vessels to be retro-fitted with BWTS to comply with new regulations.

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