Safe transportation of dangerous cargo
MP Dry Inert Gas Generator Systems
Vessels carrying liquefied gas need an inerting solution to prevent explosion on sea voyage just before and after dry-docking.
SYSTEM DESCRIPTION AND CONFIGURATION
The complete Dry Inert Gas Generator is made up of three sub systems.
The Maritime Protection Dry Inert gas generator produces clean and soot free inert gas by combustion of gas oil supplied by the fuel oil pump with air provided by blowers, in the combustion chamber of the inert gas generator. The gas is efficiently cooled in the scrubber tower and the saturated gas is dried in a two stage process:
Operation and maintenance
System configuration with compact cooler and rotating adsorption dryer
Rotating adsorption dryer
Utilizing the more maintenance friendly centrifugal blowers
Closed loop cooling system provided through a glycol/water circuit from a separate water chiller unit
Rotating adsorption dryer – compact design
Dry Inert gas systems are commonly used on:
Combustible Inert gas is used to:
RULES AND REGULATIONS
The Maritime Protection Inert Gas Systems are built in accordance with 1974 SOLAS Convention with latest amendments, and are fulfilling all of Class, IMO’s guidelines and the demanding conditions of shipboard operation.