Port and coastline maintenance

Macro waste cleanup

Added arms with nets in order to triple the working width.
Enables surfaces up to 10 000 m²/h to be cleaned.
The arms with nets help to clean up more macro waste and to lead it to the flow created by the vessel. Then it is sucked up into a front door where it is filtered into a basket, which transfers it on to the deck.

Hydrocarbon recovery

Added arms with booms in order to double the working width.

Lakes & rivers maintenance

Vessels can be fitted with a weed cutter that can cut at adjusted height. Removing the duckweed, leading into basket and transferring into the big bag on the deck.

Floating tank

Possibility of a flexible floating tank to increase the storage capacity of recovered hydrocarbons.

Black/grey waters

For harbor clean up, black/grey waters from other vessels are recovered.


Large ports / rivers / coastline / oil industry

Oil spill cleanup vessels:

  • Always available with a dedicated crew
  • Cleanup ¾ knots to force 5/6, sea and wind
  • Clean Oil Storage
  • Equipment for continuous transfer


  • Payload on the deck
  • Crane


To fight an endemic oil spill

Ocean-going range cleanup vessels

The vessels work at 4 to 5 knots in winds of up to Force 6/7, cleaning a surface area of 35 000 to 60 000 m²/hour.
They can sweep up to 150 m3 of hydrocarbons per hour, without creating any emulsion, transferring the recovered hydrocarbons to tankers that follow the workboat.
The rotation of those tankers allows the vessels to have unlimited recovery capacity.

In order to combat chemical spills, absorbents can be carried on board and spread on the pollution using the fire-fighting water cannon.

The interior living quarters are fully protected, making it possible to work 24/7 in polluted areas.

Classified as Oil Recovery Ship by Bureau Veritas.

All boats are fitted with a “keel cooling” system.

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Cataglop ® range

Port and coastline maintenance

workglop ® range

Large ports / rivers / coastline / oil industry

Spillglop ® range

To fight an endemic oil spill