Weihai Puyi Marine Environmental Technology Co., Ltd., founded in 2013, is located in Huancui Science and Technology Industrial Park, Weihai City, Shandong Province, covering 570 acres, with a total planned construction area of 200,000 ㎡. The company possesses four large-sized workshops equipped with advanced equipment such as automatic welding and cutting machines. Currently, Puyi owns three scrubber production bases, located in Weihai, Nantong and Jiangyin separately, with a total workshop area of approximately 120,000 ㎡. The production bases are mainly engaged in R&D, manufacturing, sales and EPC projects of EGCS. According to diverse requirements of shipowners, there are seawater treatment method, magnesium-based method, sodium-based method and hybrid method available, which have been approved by six major class societies, and have obtained IAPP certificate, 3 international patents and over 20 national patents.
After ten years of development, Puyi has ranked in NO.1 or top position as follows:
---the first marine scrubber (EGCS) manufacturer in the world.
-- the leading Asian Mg-based desulfurization inventor.
-- Puyi has become the only scrubber tower (Exhaust Gas Clean System) manufacturer with independent software copyright and the capacity of independent production of Exhaust Gas Clean System control systems.
--the first batch of manufacturer who obtained compliance certificate and IAPP certificate Japanese classification society in China.
--the manufacturer who has got most orders for scrubber towers in China.
Puyi has obtained orders for about 200 sets of Exhaust Gas Clean System , 68 sets of which have been delivered and 50 sets of which are in installation. Our customers are from the Chinese mainland, Norway, Denmark, Italy, Turkey, UK, Cyprus, Greece, Japan, Singapore, Thailand, Chinese Taiwan, Chinese Hong Kong and other countries and regions. Our product quality is highly praised and recognized by such customers.
Environment protection does not have the end. In the future, Puyi will continue leading in the research, development and manufacturing of ship environmental protection equipment.