Inert Gas Systems, 1990 Edition (K860E) (eBook)

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June 1990


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Inert Gas Systems, 1990 Edition (K860E) (eBook)

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This publication contains guidelines for inert gas systems and relevant IMO documents on inert gas systems. Provisions of the SOLAS Convention covering application and technical requirements for inert gas systems, together with developments on regulations for inert gas systems on chemical tankers are included with a view to setting out the framework as well as details of international requirements for inert gas systems.

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The content of the guidelines is based on current general practice used in the design and operation of inert gas systems and incorporates amendments adopted by the Maritime Safety Committee at its forty-second, forty-eighth and fiftieth sessions.

 

Provisions of the 1974 SOLAS Convention covering application and technical requirements, together with recent developments on regulations for chemical tankers, are included.

 

IMO Code: K860E

Part 1  Guidelines for Inert Gas Systems

            (MSC/Circ.282 as amended by MSC/Circ.353 and MSC/Circ.387)

 

Part 2  Provisions of Application

            1.         1974 SOLAS Convention

            2.         1978 SOLAS Protocol

            3.         1981 Amendments to the 1974 SOLAS Convention

            4.         1983 Amendments to the 1974 SOLAS Convention

5.         Clarification of inert gas system requirements under SOLAS 1974, as amended (MSC/Circ.485)

 

Part 3  Provisions of Technical Requirements

            1.         1974 SOLAS Convention

            2.         1981 Amendments to the 1974 SOLAS Convention

            3.         1983 Amendments to the 1974 SOLAS Convention

 

Part 4  Regulations for Inert Gas Systems on Chemical Tankers

1.         Regulation for inert gas systems on chemical tankers (resolution A.567 (14))

2.         Draft Amendment to regulation II-2/55.5 of the International Convention for the Safety of Life at Sea, 1974, as amended (resolution A.566 (14))

 

Part 5  Application of Requirements for Inert Gas Systems for Oil Tankers by Port Authorities and Terminal Operators (MSC/Circ.329)

 

Title: Inert Gas Systems, 1990 Edition (K860E) (eBook)
Number of Pages: 88
Product Code: MM1241EA
ISBN: ISBN 13: 9789280112627, ISBN 10: 9280112627
Published Date: June 1990
Author: IMO

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