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Below loading is explained basis my present vessel. See the diagram for better understanding. The cargo oil tanks are divided into three segregations or groups which can be used either individually or combined to permit the loading of the nominated quantities. Group 1 consists of

Crude Oil Wash

System explained basis my present vessel Cargo oil tanks are crude oil washed to comply with both legislation (contingency  ballast  requirements) and  charterer’s  requirements  in  order to achieve  maximum  out-turn.  This would  usually  be No.4 COT port and starboard (nominated heavy weather ballast tanks) and

Crude Oil Washing System

System explained basis my present vessel. The deck mounted tank cleaning machines are turbine driven, fully programmable, single nozzle units. The nozzle performs a helical pattern by rotating in a horizontal plane, combined with a very slow vertical movement. The machine can rotate 360° in


The  Gas  Sampling  system  is  a  gas  detection  system  which monitors and detects explosive gases in the pump room. The system monitors for hydrocarbon content. Additionally, there are two gas sampling points in the accommodation, one at each entrance door on ‘A’ deck. The gas


The burner is of the rotary cup type and so does not require any atomising steam or air supply. Control  air is needed for valve actuation  and purging and an electrical  supply  is required  to operate  the rotary cup drive motor. Combustion air is supplied


The Electronic Governor System is a control system designed to accurately maintain the output shaft speed of the main propulsion engine to a given order. The governor consists of a microprocessor unit at the engine revolution control part and a fast response electrical servomotor with


The engine protecting system (EPS) is designed to monitor the ship’s main engine performance and speed, then control the engine protection functions, such as shutdown and slowdown, if the engine’s monitored operations exceed defined limits. The protecting system provides the following control and monitoring facilities:


Introduction The Bridge Maneuvering System is a bridge maneuvering system used for the remote control of the ship’s main diesel engine which is connected to a fixed pitch propeller. The maneuvering system allows for remote engine control from the bridge or engine control room. Control

Ballast Water Record Book

Requirement Following the entry into force of the BWM Convention on 8 September 2017, all ocean-going vessels are required to record each ballast operations in a BWRB. Appendix II of the BWM Convention (Form of ballast Water Record Book) specifies the type of ballast operations