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The Ultimate Guide to Cargo Operation Equipment for Tankers


An Officer's Tool to Understand Cargo Machinery Systems of Tanker Ships
Tanker ships are one of the most sophisticated vessels at the sea. Carrying tonnes of oil and chemical products, tankers are suscepti le to fatal accidents !hich can cause irrepara le damage to marine environment and human life. "f you are a deck officer !orking on oard tankers, you !ould e a!are that handling such ha#ardous cargo is one of the most important and dangerous tasks involved !ith cargo transportation through tanker ships. Of course !ith high$risk cargo, the machinery systems provided on tanker ships are so designed that they ensure safety and security of the highest order. %ut then !e all kno! that it is not enough& The cre! personnel handling the cargo need to kno! the operations of all the systems and e'uipment inside$out in order to operate them properly. (eedless to say, if you are a professional !orking on tankers or are studying to ecome one, it is imperative that you not only kno! all the e'uipment tools and systems provided to handle cargo efficiently, ut also understand their importance and !orking procedures. The Ultimate )uide to Cargo Operation *'uipment for Tanker + e%ook This clear, practical e%ook includes ,- chapters focused on e.plaining all important e'uipment that are used for handling cargo operation on tanker ships. *ach chapter descri es an important system or tool !hich is essential to ensure safety of the li'uid cargo and cre! mem ers handling the same on ships. The guide also includes plenty of real life incidences, points to note, and e.pert tips to help deck officers handle cargo operations more productively.

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Chapters /ou !ill learn a out the follo!ing e'uipment and system tools in this e.tremely helpful guide0 1.2i.ed )as 3etection System

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,.4orta le )as 3etectors 5.4ersonal )as 3etectors 6.Multi$)as 3etectors or 3reager Tu es -.Cargo 4iping Systems 7.8ydraulic 9alve Arrangement :.Cargo;%allast Oil 4umps <.Stripper 4umps =.*mergency Stops 1>.Cargo *ductors 11.?odicator or ?oading Computer 1,.Tank ?evel )auging Systems + @adar and 2loat 15.3raft and %allast Tank )auging System 16.Ullage;Temperature "nterface Measuring 3evices 1-.8igh ?evel and Overfill Alarms 17.Cargo 8eating Arrangement 1:.Tank Cleaning Machines; Crude Oil Aashing Machines 1<."nert )as System 1=.3eck Seal ,>.4ressure;9acuum %reaker ,1.4ressure;9acuum 9alves ,,.Mast @iders ,5.Oil 3ischarge Monitoring and Control *'uipment ,6.Auto Unloading System ,-.9apor @eturn ?ine

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Along !ith these chapters, you get real life incidences and e.perts tips !hich help you to further understand the !orking of these e'uipment in a etter manner. Some of the Common Buestions that Aould e Ans!ered in the e%ook Ahat is the procedure for using gas detection systemsC Ahat are the types of porta le gas detectors used and procedures to use themC 8o! to use personal gas detectorsC Ahat is the procedure for using multi$gas detector tu esC Ahat are the different types of cargo piping systemsC 8o! hydraulic valves operate y press of a s!itchC 8o! cargo pumps !ork on shipsC 8o! to start a 2ramo pumpC 8o! to use stripper pumpC Ahat are emergency stops for cargo operation on tankersC Ahat is the importance of cargo eductorC Ahat are the different types of tank level gauging systemsC Ahat are ullage;temperature interface measuring devicesC Ahat kind of cargo heating arrangement is provided on tankersC 8o! inert gas system !orks on tankersC Ahat is a mast riderC Ahat is oil discharge monitoring and control e'uipmentC Ahat is a vapor return line on tankersC

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A deck officer has to take care of a num er of e'uipment !hile handling cargo on tankers. Aith so many things to manage simultaneously there are high chances of missing or overlooking an important step. This guide covers common pro lems faced !hile handling cargo and also provide helpful tips to avoid them. The step$ y$step procedures mentioned in the e%ook must e understood and implemented y all deck officers. "f you are serious a out improving you productivity as a maritime professional, then this e%ook !ill help you to learn and understand all important machinery systems that are provided for carrying out cargo operations. 3onEt miss the real life incidences and e.pert advice !hich are contri uted y e.perienced deck officers and captains !orking on tankers.

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