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Successful degassing in the Netherlands under official supervisionAugust 28, 2020
In order to enable mobile degassing in the Port of Rotterdam going forward, local authorities tasked ENDEGS with degassing the petrol tanker Visioen’s ten tanks, in a test run. The results: All safety requirements were met. In emissions, ENDEGS performed far better than expected. Read more about this project in our press release.
ENDEGS offers 10 and 20 VT combustion chambersAugust 11, 2020
ENDEGS continues to grow. To meet the increasing customer demands for mobile degassing plants with 10 VT or 20 VT, ENDEGS develops new combustion chambers in its own facilities in Pförring near Ingolstadt. Again, the support gas consumption is very low. The 10/20VT combustion chambers will be available to customers worldwide from September. The 10/12Vt combustion chambers will be available from September to customers worldwide. Data sheets can be downloaded here.
ENDEGS degasses almost 400 barges of various chemicalsAugust 03, 2020
ENDEGS has degassed almost 400 oil & chemical tankers (sea vessels) or liquid cargos (barges) totalling more than 45 million DWT in the last one and a half years. Kai Sievers, Managing Director of ENDEGS, commented: “We are pleased that our ship degassing service is more and more appreciated by our customers, and that we can make our contribution to the safety of ship’s crews and other parties as well as to the environment, by reducing emissions of pollutants into the air.” Whether alkylate, benzene, eurobob, naphtha, reformate, toluene, xylene or other tank contents, ENDEGS is the expert for ship degassing. Since April 2020 the company has been offering its own access points for seagoing and river vessels in the port of Hafen Duisport.
Degassing at Duisport – Our press releaseMarch 31, 2020
As of now: The land-side degassing of tankers is possible in Germany. Since the beginning of March, we have been operating a 2,000 square meter area in the port of Duisburg for this purpose. With our mobile combustion units, we are able to burn volatile organic compounds (VOC) and hazardous air pollutants (HAP) directly on site – legally compliant, cost-efficient and environmentally friendly.
Read more about this project in our press release and contact us at any time if you have any questions or need further information.
ENDEGS degasses ships in the port of DuisburgMarch 04, 2020
Degassing at Europe’s largest inland port – now chemical and petroleum tanker ships can be degassed in the Port of Duisburg compliant with the latest ADN regulations. To make this possible, in early March ENDEGS took into operation a ca. 2000 sqm. site outfitted with mobile combustion chambers, located at km 2.5 in the Hafenkanal. The facility has the capacity to degas about 750 tankers per year. “This enables the degassing of all ships on the Rhine, which brings significant time and cost savings for shipping firms and owner/operators alike,” notes Kai Sievers, CEO of ENDEGS GmbH. So full speed ahead to Duisburg!
France gets a new hallJune 20, 2019
ENDEGS France keeps on growing. In order to prepare our proprietary incineration chambers, before they go to customer sites, ENDEGS France has rented a new hall near Lyon. Our technical processes have become significantly leaner as a result, also it allows us to adapt optimally to the needs of our customers. “We’re very happy about this,” says ENDEGS France CEO Antoine Della Torre. “It lets us serve customers even more quickly.”
The ENDEGS alphabet: IIA, IIB, IICMarch 15, 2019
IIA, IIB and now also IIC: ENDEGS is the only company in Europe that incinerates these explosion groups without residue, using its mobile combustion units. This is very important for us, because we want to assist customers as a dependable partner along the entire value creation chain, now and going forward.