You've come to the right place if you're looking for ballast water treatment solutions for vessels, barges, and ports. Ballast water treatment is adaptable and movable while adhering to all requirements, including IMO/USCG.
Via our partner organisation, UniBallast, we offer containers with a built-in or skid-mounted ballast water treatment system which is standardised or fully customised to your specific needs - making it a flexible and mobile ballast water treatment solution for your vessel, barge or port.
A perfect solution for vessels lacking space for an on-board ballast water treatment system or, in case you haven’t decided yet on a specific system - an answer for parties seeking full flexibility in light of their vessels or barges operational profile.
UniBallast ballast water treatment containers are explosion proof, compact, and lightweight. Additionally, the containers have low power consumption.
Containers are mobile, can be placed on deck or alongside on a barge or quay side. Some skid-mounted variants are even fitted for transport by air plane.
Looking for a shore power installation at your facility, yard, terminal? Modifying your vessels for shore power?
We design, produce and deliver installations for seagoing vessels in any configuration up to 11kV and 2MW, 50/60 Hz. Larger capacities are available upon request.
Additional to land-based connections, we also take care of ship-side modifications for any vessel.
At our location, sea going vessels can already get shore power location. Currently up to 400A, 280kW, 400/440/690V, and 50/60Hz. Contact us to book your vessel lay-by or visit our installation and discuss possibilities for your facility.
Royal Roos co-founded the FluidicAL (Fluidic Air Lubrication) system developed by Marine Performance Systems, now known as AlfaLaval’s OceanGlide.
The most significant source of ship resistance is friction, which directly impacts fuel consumption and greenhouse gas emissions.
The patented solution significantly reduces the ship’s friction by 50 to 70% when sailing, generating micro air bubbles with a high degree of control. The latter results in speed flexibility but can alos significantly reduce CO2 emissions and fuel costs by typically net 8 to 12% with a 2 to 3 years payback period.
Royal Roos offers this system via partner organisation AlfaLaval.
In close cooperation with our sister company, Royal3D, we offer large-scale industrial 3D printing with thermoplastics to enhance designers' freedom of form. Thermoplastics are lightweight but strong. Plus, shock-absorbing layers can be incorporated into the print.
Two large scale 3D printers are available for your production, with print volumes of 4x2x1.5 metres and 8x4.5x3.75 metres, respectively.
Our goal is to make 3D printing a fully circular process. Begin by utilizing as much recycled material as feasible. As part of the process, we take back your 3D printed product to shred and recycle it into fresh 3D printer-ready material at the end of its life cycle.