SMT Petrochemical Safety - Inert Gas Systems (IGS)

A guide to the types and operation of IGS systems on tankers.

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  • Flue Gas
  • IGS
  • Nitrogen
  • Argon Plants
  • Portable bottles

For each of these we will look at: -

  • The securing/stowage and location of the equipment
  • The construction, design and limitations of the equipment
  • The commercial use of the equipment
  • The hazards of the equipment
  • The Operation and maintenance of the equipment
  • Emergency response and pollution control


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