1 Sanitary Systems – made to please

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1 Sanitary Systems – made to please
Sanitary Systems
– made to please
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Jets is an efficient sanitary system.
Easy to fit into your design.
Easy to integrate with any STP.
Easy to install, operate and maintain.
Backed up by the reassurance of Jets’ long experience.
We’ll be there when and where you need us.
The advantages
of vacuum over gravity
(See page 12-13)
Smaller, lighter pipes at lower cost
Saves installation time
and costs
Saves water and sewage volume – less frequent sewage pumpouts
Allows design flexibility
Saves accommodation height at every level
Easy to route piping without
gravity restrictions
Easy retrofit with less deck penetration
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Compact
- low weight
No tank needed
to create vacuum
Systems
Solutions
Competitive
solutions with
low LCC
Saves space
Robust and
reliable
Produces vacuum with
less energy
Low maintenance
We can take responsibility
for the whole sanitary
discharge system
Optimal performance
for any vessel – small
or large
From individual
components to
turnkey solution
Wide experience
in both advanced
and simple
systems
Compatible with any STP
Environmental
solution
Preferred solution
used in a wide range of
demanding ships
Design based on extensive
international experience
Saves water
Temperature, feed and
maceration suit all STPs
Easy to comply with
environmental regulations
No defoaming chemicals
needed
High-quality materials
for long life
Global after-sales service
Modular flushing mechanism
for easy replacement
of individual parts
...result in low
Life Cycle Cost
Proven technology
- thousands of installations
worldwide
Sanitary Systems
– made to please
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Toilets
Jets supplies a complete
range of high-quality toilets
for marine use.
The robust Jets
solution has proved
to be highly practical
for merchant and
offshore vessels
of any size or type.
D E C K- MO U NTE D VITREOUS CHINA
WA L L- MO U NTE D VITREOUS CHINA
STA INL E SS STE EL
SQ UAT PA N
The vacuum-powered
controller (VPC)
mechanism for flushing
allows replacement of
individual parts for easy,
low-cost maintenance
and repairs.
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In-line installation
of the Vacuumarator
combined with a small
footprint and low
weight allows unique
installation flexibility
and considerable
weight savings
compared with
other systems.
VACUUM
MODULE
JETS 30MB-D
The unique Vacuumarator
The patented Vacuumarator is the most compact, efficient and reliable
vacuum generator available for vacuum toilet systems.
Continuous flow
with no increase
in temperature
will enhance any
downstream
treatment process
Standard
modules with
redundancy
VACUUM
MODULE
JETS 30MB-D/1DP
VACUUMARATORS
MINI: JETS 10NT
SMALL: JETS 15MB-D
MEDIUM: JETS 25MBA
The integrated
macerator grinds
waste to a fine
pulp for optimal
transport and
feed to the STP
The helical screw
and liquid seal
ensure efficient
vacuum production
Highly efficient vacuum
production enables a
small motor with low
energy consumption
Single-in, single-out
connection allows true
in-line installation –
no need for extra
components
LARGE: JETS 65MBA
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A smarter
sanitary
system
for vessels
of any size
Equipment for
collecting blackand greywater
The vacuum enables
transport solutions
which are not possible
with gravity
Greywater
Interface Unit
Piping
Jets provides
a streamlined solution
designed to save space and
weight on board any ship.
Jets have long experience
in finding good piping
solutions for efficient,
trouble-free
performance
Toilets
Wall-mounted
Deck-mounted
Squat pans
Urinal
Automatic flushing
available
COLLECTION SIDE
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Overboard/Deck Connection
– directly from the Vacuumarator
To Collecting Tank
– in compliance with local requirements
To Sewage Treatment Plant
– Jets equipment is compatible with
MARPOL Annex IV and IMO regulations
Collecting Tank
Sewage
Treatment
Plant
The Heart of a Jets System:
The patented Vacuumarator
is compact and easy to position
Creates vacuum
Macerates
Discharges
Low water consumption increases
the effective capacity of the collecting
tank and the maximum time between
pumpouts
The Vacuumarator is the
perfect partner for your STP
Continuous feed prevents
surge flows which overload the STP
Stable discharge temperature
for best STP performance
No need for Circulation Tank
The in-line vacuum-generating capacity
eliminates the need for a circulation tank
No recirculation means 40 % lower energy
consumption, lower volume, less weight,
and no foaming problems
DISCHARGE SIDE
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Jets Basic Systems
A Jets sanitary system is a solution that runs smoothly at a competitive price
In a tough business climate, Jets keeps your life cycle costs low
Thousands of installations prove the reliability of Jets standard solutions
A typical Jets sanitary system consists of 10-40 toilets and
2 Vacuumarators
In most of these projects, planning, ordering, installation and
commissioning is so easy that no external assistance is needed
Our technical documentation makes planning straightforward,
saving time and labour costs
Our local representatives give you first-line support in all major shipbuilding
and shipping countries
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Jets Add-on Systems
For advanced, integrated sanitary systems, Jets offers extensive assistance and
in-depth expertise - giving valuable answers to your challenges and questions:
What vacuum capacity is needed for the number of people on board?
What is the best way to integrate greywater and blackwater?
What are the vessel’s design and space limitations?
How can we optimize collecting tank capacity?
Bring Jets into your process at an early stage.
Jets supports planning, engineering, installation and commissioning.
How do we ensure compliance with
environmental rules?
How should we design the piping
to prevent backflow of sewage?
Smart interaction
results in overall
system economy
and low
Life Cycle Cost:
Ship
designer
JETS
Expertise
Shipbuilder
Components
Shipowner
System
solution
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Why is Jets
the preferred
solution for...
Ship designers
Small footprint and low weight
Flexible system makes customization easy
In-line Vacuumarator – no tank needed
to generate the vacuum
Can handle both black- and greywater
Easy to position the vacuum system – freedom from
gravity restrictions
“Probably the most flexible
system on the market.
Jets makes it easier to find
an optimal solution”
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Shipbuilders
Shipowners
Jets in-line vacuum generators are easy to install
at different stages of construction
Highly reliable operation –
solid experience from merchant and offshore vessels
Compact dimensions, fewer parts and low weight
simplify installation
Easy to inspect - easy to maintain –
minimal spare parts – long component life
Jets staff have a deep insight into marine sanitation
No need for defoaming chemicals
Jets are a part of the process and provide a quick response
Low weight – high capacity
Accurate, easy-to-follow documentation saves
time and headaches
Optimal partner for your sewage treatment plant
Global support
Probably the most cost-effective solution on the market
“Jets plug-in modules are very
compact and easy to install:
A single pipe in and
a single pipe out “
“It is easy
to replace
VPC parts
individually”
“Jets systems run
smoothly, and
Jets people are
very helpful
when we
need them”
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GRAVITY V
The pleasing
features
of Jets Vacuum
Restricts design possibilities and
requires accommodation height
110
mm
Larger Pipes
More installation hours
Approx.
8
litres
Water required per flush
Case: FERRY
Freshwater per year for toilets:
– 900 passengers
– 30 passenger toilets
– 6 flushes per hr/18 hrs.
Approx.
Case: BULK CARRIER
– 25 toilets
– 6 flushes per toilet / per day
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Approx.
9.5
million litres
438 000
litres
S. VACUUM
Design flexibility saves
accommodation height
Smaller Pipes
50
mm
Fewer installation hours
Per flush
Approx.
Approx.
Approx.
1,2
1
litre
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Smaller space between the decks
Substantial savings in materials and construction costs
More flexible design possible
Piping independent of gravity:
rising pipe and horizontal lines without slope are possible
• Easier to position toilets – and lower-deck toilets
need no separate pumping station
• Easier retrofit with less deck penetration
• Easier compliance with ever stricter international discharge regulations
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Smaller diameter
Lightweight pipes
Fewer – and smaller – deck penetrations
Lower-cost components
• Lighter materials mean streamlined
handling and reduced installation time
• Simpler logistics – lower costs
• Piping can be routed around ducts and other obstacles
• Can be installed later than gravity piping
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•
•
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Saves precious water and weight on board
Less need for freshwater production and storage
Allows significantly smaller STP
Lower waste volume for the same number of toilets
Closed system keeps sewage gases where they belong
No need for ventilation of piping
Withstands the roll and pitch of the vessel without risk of water
or sewage leakage, even in harsh weather
million litres
55 000
litres
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Jets in Merchant Ships
YARD/
OWNER
YARD
OWNER
CHINA
GREECE
BULK CARRIERS FOR TRANSMED SHIPPING
Bohai Shipyard in China is building bulk carriers of
174,000 TDW for Transmed Shipping in Greece:
Hull Nos. BH410-1, BH410-2, BH410-3 and BH410-4.
The customer chose a Jets vacuum unit type
30MB-D/1DP and 36 toilets for each vessel
YARD
OWNER
CHINA
SWEDEN
CHEMICAL TANKERS FOR DONSÖ TANK
Jets was the sanitary system of choice for three
vessels under construction for Donsö Tank in
Sweden. Shanghai Edward Shipbuilding of China is
building the vessels:
Chemical / oil tanker of 16 740 TDW (Hull No. H118)
Jets vacuum unit type 50MB-D, 21 toilets
Product tanker of 18 008 TDW (Hull No. H124)
Jets vacuum unit type 50MB-D, 22 toilets
Chemical / oil tanker of 19 500 TDW (Hull No. H132)
Jets vacuum unit type 30MB-D integrated with a
sewage treatment plant and 24 toilets.
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JAPAN
JETS BREAKTHROUGH
When Japan’s major shipbuilder
Mitsubishi Heavy Industries
Ltd decided to standardize on
vacuum toilet systems for its
newbuildings, it investigated
alternative suppliers.
MHI has three yards in Japan:
Nagasaki, Shimonoseki and Kobe.
– Nagasaki is the flagship yard, building
large vessels including naval and cruise ships.
– Shimonoseki builds medium-sized vessels:
bulkers, passenger ships and ferries.
– Kobe builds container vessels and submarines.
In 2002, the purchasing department at MHI’s head
office in Tokyo asked Jets to present its solutions at
each of the three yards. Represented by its agent in
Kobe, Novenco Nippon Ltd., Jets received the first
order from MHI: toilet systems for a dredger for the
Suez Canal Agency in Egypt, built at the Kobe yard.
This was an important achievement for Jets.
MOL (Mitsui OSK Lines), which operates a fleet
including container ships, tankers and specialized
carriers, chose Jets toilet systems for its new
VLCC, built in Nagasaki, and PCTC, built in Kobe.
Mitsui OSK Lines (MOL) operates one of the world’s
largest tanker fleets. Jets supplied a 30MB-D vacuum
unit and 33 toilets for MOL’s VLCC of 300,000 TDW,
which is being built at Mitsubishi Heavy Industries.
YARD
OWNER
SPAIN
GREENLAND
FISHING VESSELS FOR
ROYAL GREENLAND
YARD
OWNER
SOUTH KOREA
UK
LNG CARRIER FOR BP SHIPPING
Jets won the contract for sanitary systems for two
fishing vessels being built for Royal Greenland at
Construcciones Navales P. Freire S.A in Spain.
Hull No. 438 - 67,5 m fishing vessel:
Vacuum unit type 50MB-D, 24 toilets
Hull No. 440 - 75 m fishing vessel:
Vacuum unit type 50MB-D, 33 toilets
Samsung Heavy Industries
Hull No. 1380, 1381 and 1416,
138.000 m3 LNG Carriers
for BP Shipping was equipped
with 50MBA/1DP Vacuum Units
and 34-37 toilets per ship.
YARD
OWNER
GERMANY
DENMARK
CONTAINER VESSEL FOR MAERSK SEALAND
Volkswerft Stralsund has chosen Jets for 34 vessels from 2000 to 2004 – almost
100% of its entire production. Examples of this strong customer relationship include:
Hull nos. 444-446 - 3.000 TEU Container Vessel for Mærsk Sealand (Denmark)
Vacuum unit type 50MBA integrated with Sewage Treatment Plant, 34 toilets.
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NORWAY
NORWAY
CATAMARAN
FERRY RETROFIT
M/S HJØRUNGAVÅG – elegant catamaran for 300 passengers,
built in aluminium by Fjellstrand in 1998. The “Hjørungavåg”,
with a cruising speed of 34 knots, sails the
Hareid - Ålesund ferry route.
Length: 35m. BT: 454. NT: 152.
Sanitary System by Jets.
Fjord1 Møre og Romsdal Fylkesbåter, Molde, Norway. One of Norway’s largest
ferry lines with about 50 ferries for crossing the fjords. Each ferry carries
from 18 to 150 cars and 150 to 500 passengers.
Arve Aksnessæther – the Technical Manager responsible for all three high-speed
catamarans and seven ferries – describes the project:
BACKGROUND
New legislation in Norway states that sewage may not be discharged less than
300 m from land. This meant that about 25 ferries and high-speed catamarans
had to have new toilet systems installed.
WE CHOSE JETS
We already had two vacuum systems from another supplier, but Jets offered
the most suitable technology at a competitive price.
We also appreciated their close cooperation with us in the project.
PLANNING
Customized solution for each ferry. The planning process was highly demanding
because of the limited space on the ferries.
Four yards worked on the project as part of the regular annual maintenance.
IMPLEMENTATION
The entire toilet system, including all the plumbing and tanks, had to be replaced.
MRF and Jets worked together from start to finish. The team at Jets was very
flexible and did an excellent job. The project was completed on time and on budget.
NORWAY
FERRYCAT 120
In 2003, Fjellstrand introduced
the FerryCat 120: a double-ended
catamaran ferry for 120 cars and
400 passengers. Four rotatable
thrusters, one at each end of each
hull, and a 180-degree rotatable
wheelhouse ensure manoeuvrability, safety and redundancy.
In many cases, one Ferrycat can
replace two traditional ferries.
The speed is 22 knots (41 km/h).
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Sanitary System by Jets
22 Ferry Retrofits for Fjord1
Almost three quarters of Norway’s land is unproductive –
but it has some of the world’s richest fishing grounds.
After oil, seafood is the country’s second largest export.
Globally, Norway is the third largest oil exporter. Today it takes only
three days to produce as much oil as was produced in all of 1971,
when production in the Norwegian sector of the North Sea began.
in
the
The North Sea
may be Earth’s
harshest ocean...
Since the oil age
dawned, this
community has
designed and built
more than 1000
offshore ships...
But its wealth of fish
has nourished the people
on its jagged coasts
and islands since
Viking times
...robust enough
to handle the
ocean on its
doorstep
Western Norway
became one of
the world’s most
important
maritime clusters
It has developed
advanced technology
to equip these ships,
which sail in waters
from the Americas
to Asia and Africa
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Rolls-Royce
Thanks to Ulstein’s success, it became a sought-after group which Vickers acquired
for USD 500 million in 1998. Shortly afterwards Rolls-Royce bought Vickers and
adopted UT (short for Ulstein Trading) as a Rolls-Royce brand. The commercial marine
business of Rolls-Royce represents one of the world’s leading centres of expertise in
the sector. With a turnover of several billion Norwegian kroner, this prestigious
operation is now headquartered in Ulsteinvik. The father of the UT design is Sigmund
Borgundvåg, who still heads the research and development of new offshore vessels
today. He grew up on these shores, and is a well-known figure in the community.
SIGMUND BORGUNDVÅG, THE FATHER OF THE UT DESIGN:
“We developed the first UT design more than three
decades ago. The oil companies welcomed the UT 704
and 705 as new solutions with qualities that the North
Sea demanded. A higher freeboard to protect the decks
from turbulent waters. Better loading capacity.
Better seakeeping. Greater safety.
shipowners. We have designed and equipped more than 480 UT-700 ships since
the mid-1970s, including more than 50 UT 700 ships under construction at yards
today. These service and support vessels have been a commercial success for their
owners, and their high second-hand values show how durable and robust they are.
The UT design is keeping up with this fast-changing sector. “Island Frontier” is the
first example of a new Rolls-Royce design, and the first vessel to meet the new
Det norske Veritas “Ship Shaped Well Intervention Unit” rules. The 106m UT737L
is designed to meet new requirements for operations such as well intervention
that until now have mainly been carried out from rigs or platforms.
JETS manufacture competitive products and solutions. With a good dialogue any
challenge is easier to sort out, and that saves time and money. Yes, we almost always
include Jets in our spec. Jets delivers the qualities that keep our customers happy”.
“ISLAND FRONTIER”
We designed the ships with construction efficiency and
intelligent integration in mind. We worked together
with local suppliers of deck machinery, propulsion
systems, thrusters, compressors and engines.
And UT’s success boosted several major Norwegian
“NORMAND BORG”
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“ISLAND RANGER”
ULSTEIN AND JETS
Ulstein Group
In 1917, Martin Ulstein opened a yard to repair fishing boats for local owners.
A former fisherman, he was on the same wavelength as his customers from the start.
When oil production began in Norway, the company applied its expertise to the offshore sector, with such success that it had to contract work to other yards in the region.
This created opportunities for these firms to develop their own specialities.
Idar Ulstein, Martin’s youngest son, became managing director of the company in 1971.
Ulstein grew into a maritime leader with operations in 17 countries. In 1999 the
former Ulstein Group was sold to Vickers, now Rolls-Royce. But the Ulstein family
kept the shipbuilding business.
The new Ulstein Group lives on as a trendsetter within highly sophisticated offshore
vessels, with Idar’s daughter Gunvor and son Tore at the helm.
“Throughout its nearly 90 years, Ulstein has been nourished by
the loyalty of its community. Side by side, managers and
employees search for quality solutions. Ulstein has grown from
the maritime innovation zone of Western Norway.
Its own success has strengthened other maritime companies in
the region – including Jets, where Ulstein was a development
partner. Today Jets returns the favour by offering its expertise
in marine sanitation to Ulstein”
says Tore Ulstein, Man. Director of Ulstein Verft AS.
“ISLAND PATRIOT”, ULSTEIN P105
Designed by Ulstein Design AS
Built by Ulstein Verft AS in 2005
BREAKTHROUGH WITH MODULAR DESIGN
“We have started selling ship designs for building outside the Group.
And we are very excited about our breakthrough with modular design
using a global network of suppliers. This is a completely new approach
to shipbuilding which saves costs by reusing both knowledge and
modules.” says Gunvor Ulstein, CEO of the Ulstein Group.
ULSTEIN AX0X – CONCEPT
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Marin Teknikk
The ship design and engineering company Marin Teknikk AS is located in Herøy,
Norway’s largest fishing and offshore municipality. Like the generations
before them, this team has breathed ships and shipbuilding since childhood.
Marin Teknikk designs ships for the demanding offshore sector. Supply vessels.
Pipe layers. Cable layers. Diving vessels. Seismic ships. Tugs.
More and more of these perform complex subsea activities at great depths.
SVEIN-RUNE GJERDE, MAN. DIRECTOR OF MARIN TEKNIKK:
“Ships and the sea have always been my passion.
As a boy, I used to watch ships take shape at the local
shipyard. I spent time at sea before becoming a part
of the technical management there. My father,
Edvard M. Gjerde and myself, founded Marin Teknikk in
1981. The most important asset of our naval architects
and engineers is our know-how.
And knowledge multiplies when you share it.
One example is frequency control. An article about
operating trains inspired me to apply this principle to
ships. Local shipowner Ståle Remøy was convinced by
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the idea. In 1994 he ordered the “Skandi Marstein”, a multipurpose field supply
vessel and pipe carrier based on MT’s design. Brattvaag built the ship in 1996.
District Offshore AS bought the “Skandi Marstein” while she was still under
construction. She sailed in a pool with three other ships for Shell UK. After a year’s
operation the oil company found that the “Skandi Marstein” used 28% less fuel
than the other ships in the pool - and 35 % less when her payload was taken into
account.
This maritime community is a fertile environment for growing ideas. We draw on
our collective experience and resources to make every design even better than
the last one, to improve seakeeping, safety, stability, efficiency, and
environmental performance”.
THE JETS
MISSION:
AN IDEA
A DESK
A PLACE
A COMMUNITY
“When Olav Hofseth started on his mission to develop a better
vacuum toilet, Marin Teknikk offered him a desk at our offices.
He became a part of this maritime community. In 1986 MT
strengthened our support to the project by becoming a
minority owner of Jets. We still have a significant holding,
and it has paid off handsomely.
Vacuum toilets reduce the accommodation height. So we can optimize the design,
which cuts investment and running costs. Jets has revitalized the market for
marine vacuum toilets, resulting in more competitive solutions.
With Jets reliability, operational stability and open communication, shipowners
and yards are more than satisfied”.
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8 out of 10 offshore
service vessels have
Jets Sanitary Systems
Jets is at the centre of this rapidly
developing market segment.
Jets belongs to one of the world’s most
interesting marine clusters.
Photo: Ulstein Group
Photo: Marin Teknikk
Photo: Rolls-Royce Marine
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BerCom • Bragd • Photo Tony Hall • Margaret Forbes • RK Grafisk
Small or large –
JETS deliver
unmatched
system performance
THE JETS
INFORMATION SERIES:
Any Ship
Cruise & Ferries
JETS VACUUM AS
P.O. Box 14, N-6069 Hareid, Norway
Tel. + 47 70 03 91 00
Fax + 47 70 03 91 01
E-mail: [email protected]
www.jets.no
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Yachts
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