Membrane Scrubbers


Ionada Incorporated, has won a contract to supply its Membrane Scrubber™ for MG Management’s RO-RO carrier, the NOLHANAVA.  Ionada will deliver the 6 MW Membrane Scrubber™ in the 4th quarter of 2015.  

Yvon Dufour of MG Management stated; “As a company operating in Atlantic Canada we understand the importance of protecting our ocean resources. We chose Ionada and their Membrane Scrubber for their the green environmental solution and their strong commitment to implementing the technology on our vessel”

“MG Management is a highly capable partner with a strong interest in seeing marine scrubber technology move forward,” said  Ionada CEO, Edoardo Panziera.

“This first commercial order marks an important milestone event in the history of our company.  We are honoured to have been awarded this opportunity” continued Panziera.

With the introduction of Ionada’s Membrane Scrubber™, shipowners can achieve the benefits of fuel cost savings while meeting ECA requirements, with the added assurance of no environmental challenges to overboard discharge as well as simplified retrofit installation.


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