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Recommendations for the Installation of Cargo Strainers on LNG Carriers, 2nd Edition

Year: 1992
Language: english
Author: SIGTTO
Genre: Technical book
Format: PDF
Quality: eBook
Pages count: 14
Description: Until relatively recently cargo strainers have not been fitted or considered necessary on LNG carriers. LNG being essentially a "clean" cargo, filtration has been generally limited to the installation of strainers in the loading lines at the loading terminal principally during the initial commissioning of the plant and build-up period of the project. Avoidance of contamination on the ships has relied on good housekeeping and visual inspection during construction and subsequent maintenance periods. Incidents have occurred, however, where gross solid matter has been discharged into receiving terminal facilities to the extent that terminal operators now require ships to provide some form of cargo straining as a protection against serious contamination or damage to their terminal installations. At the same time, export and import terminals have recognised the part they can play in maintaining the cleanliness of cargo transfer in protecting downstream units and in safeguarding their own interests.



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