Downloads

Here we provide project files for download, as well as texts for publication provided to various companies and institutions.

Reports:

- Project on ballast water sampling and rapid onboard compliance analysis nears completion

- Effective new technologies for the assessment of compliance with the ballast water management convention

- SGS Project Interims Report – Effective new technologies for the assessment of compliance with the ballast water management convention

- Technical Requirements for Onboard Ballast Water Sampling

- Training Papers Flow Velocity

- Training Papers Algorithm Flow Velocity

Presentations:

- Testing Ballast Water Treatment Systems for Compliance and Performance

- SGS Ballast Water Sampling System

Sampling System:

- Procedure for the production of artificial Seawater from commercially available Salt Mixtures

- Protocol for the production of artificial Seawater from commercially available Salt Mixtures

- Procedure to generate representative Samples of Ballast Water from Ballast Water Pipe Systems on board Ships

- Protocol to generate representative Samples of Ballast Water from Ballast Water Pipe Systems on board Ships

- Preliminary validation of a sampling procedure developed by SGS Germany

ATP Analysis:

- Procedure for the Analysis of Ballast Water to determine the Concentration of Bacteria using the Adenosin-Triphosphate Method

- Protocol for the Analysis of Ballast Water to determine the Concentration of viable Bacteria using the Adenosin-Triphosphate Method

- Procedure for the Analysis of Ballast Water to determine the Concentration of Plankton Organisms >10µm<50µm using the Adenosin-Triphosphate Method

- Protocol for the Analysis of Ballast Water to determine the Concentration of viable Plankton Organisms >10µm<50µm using the Adenosin-Triphosphate Method

- Procedure for the Analysis of Ballast Water to determine the Concentration of Plankton Organisms >50µm using the Adenoson-Triphosphate Method

- Protocol for the Analysis of Ballast Water to determine the Concentration of viable Plankton Organisms >50µm using the Adenoson-Triphosphate Method

- Report on the validation of a method for the determination of bacteria in marine water samples based on the measurement of cellular Adenosin-triphosphate (cATP)

- Preliminary validation of an ATP analytical procedure for ballast water

- Safety Data Sheet: Luminase

- Safety Data Sheet: UltraCheck

- Safety Data Sheet: UltraLute

- Safety Data Sheet: UltraLyse

FISH Analysis:

- Procedure for the Analysis of Ballast Water to determine the Concentration of Escherichia coli and Enterococci using the Fluorescence in situ Hybridisation Method

- Protocol for the Analysis of Ballast Water to determine the Concentration of Escherichia coli and Enterococci using the Fluorescence in situ Hybridisation Method

- Procedure for the Analysis of Ballast Water to determine the Concentration of Vibrio Cholerae using the Fluorescence in situ Hybridisation Method

- Protocol for the Analysis of Ballast Water to determine the Concentration of Vibrio Cholerae using the Fluorescence in situ Hybridisation Method

- Report on the validation of a method for the determination of bacteria (Escherichia coli, Enterococci and Vibrio cholerae) in marine water samples based on the VIT® gene probe technology Fluorescence In Situ Hybridisation (FISH)

- Safety data sheet according to Regulation (EC) No 1907/2006, Annex II: Finisher

- Safety data sheet according to Regulation (EC) No 1907/2006, Annex II: Solution B2

- Safety data sheet according to Regulation (EC) No 1907/2006, Annex II: Solution D1 et al.

- Safety data sheet according to Regulation (EC) No 1907/2006, Annex II: Negative Control, Positive Control et al.

Various Publications:

- Schillak, L. 2013: Ballastwasser Management Konvention – Die Bedeutung der Probenahme und Analytik von Ballastwasser an Bord von Schiffen im Rahmen der internationalen Ballastwasser Management Konvention der International Maritime Organization – IMO; Schiffsbetriebstechnik Flensburg, Heft 223, September 2013, S.10-13