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Preventive measures against corrosion in a gas carrier

Some cargoes and inhibitors may be corrosive. The IMO Codes require materials used in the cargo system to be resistant to corrosion by the cargo. Care should therefore be taken to ensure that unsuitable materials are not introduced into the cargo system. All precautions specific to the cargo should be strictly observed.

Corrosive liquids can also attach human tissue and care should be taken to avoid contact: reference should be made to the appropriate data sheets. Instructions about the use of protective clothing should be observed.

Related Information:

  1. Vapour Characteristics of liquefied gases

  2. Low temperature effects of Liquefied gases

  3. Flammable vapours in cargo tanks and how to monitor safety limits

  4. Reactivity of liquefied gas cargo and safety guideline

External links :

  1. International maritime organization

Related Information:

  1. Discussion prior to cargo transfer in liquefied gas carrier

  2. Procedure for Changing Liquefied Gas Cargoes

  3. Displacing Atmosphere with Inert Gas (Inerting)

  4. Displacing with Vapour of the Next Cargo (Purging)

  5. Dispersal of Vented Cargo Vapours

Tanker Cargo Operations Logbook

Connecting Bonding Cable

Connection and disconnection of cargo hoses and hard arms

Cargo conditioning, reliquefaction and boil-off control requirement for a liquefied gas carrier

Cargo Containment Systems in Liquefied Gas Carriers

cargo emergency shutdown requirement

damage stability guideline for liquefied gas carriers

Various Cargo handling equipments onboard

Cargo hoses connection guideline

Documents accompanying a liquid gas cargo

How LNG transferred from shore to ships cargo tanks ?

Cargo operation guideline onboard a liquefied gas carrier

Cargo piping Systems in Liquefied Gas Carriers

cargo planning requirement

cargo and pumproom safety precautions

cargo stripping guideline

Emergency response for cargo system leaks

Emergency response for cargo tank rupture

Risk of overfilling of cargo tank during loading onboard a liquefied gas carrier

Preparation for cargo transfer

cargo transfer between vessels- safety guideline

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