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PureteQ designs built-to-fit maritime scrubber systems for open-loop, hybrid-loop and closed-loop operation. PureteQ Maritime Scrubber Systems are fairly priced and available with a comprehensive, standard spare parts package. PureteQ has a worldwide presence, and our marine engineers are dispatched from our headquarters in Denmark, as well as from our branch offices in Germany and Japan. PureteQ Japan KK meets the increasing demand for scrubbers and after-sales services on Asian markets.

The scrubber systems have the smallest carbon footprint and, regardless of whether a ship navigates brackish water or saltwater, the scrubber is always of highest standard, using quality-components made of high alloy stainless steel. PureteQ scrubber systems have more safety features than any other scrubber system on the market. The in-house developed scrubber control system features complete remote and secure accessibility, enabling PureteQ marine engineers to access and assist crews anywhere, anytime.

Our Water Monitoring System (WMS) is robust and class approved. The system has been licensed for a partner who distributes our WMS to a wide range of other scrubber suppliers.

Know-how and flexibility

Most PureteQ employees have a maritime background and experience, as chiefs, engineers or the equivalent. Together we form a team to guide shipowners through the complex process of designing, installing and commissioning exhaust gas cleaning systems. PureteQ has implemented a comprehensive on-the-job-training programme to maximize the expertise of each employee in his/her respective field.


We are with you all the way

PureteQ supports our customers throughout the process – from design to finished sea trial. We aim to provide lifelong assistance for the operation and maintenance of scrubber systems and associated equipment.

A project manager is assigned to each project to manage every aspect and process of the project delivery including final class approval. Our engineers design built-to-fit scrubber systems for the individual operating pattern of each ship. This is done to facilitate the most cost-efficient, safe and reliable scrubber system for each shipowner.