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Measurement control system

Measurement control system

Product Description

PANASIA’s Measurement Control System can measure and control crude oil, fuel, and ballast water tank level, volume, and temperature. This water quality solution also has monitoring and alert features that guarantee the safe and stable operation of plants and ships.

Accidents aboard a ship can lead to catastrophic natural disasters. In addition to ballast water, ships store and carry volatile substances like crude oil. All sorts of risks must be controlled to ensure safety on ships and prevent marine pollution.

PANASIA’s Measurement Control System can monitor the levels of all types of critical components in real time. Using its alarms and analytics features, the system can also significantly increase efficiency, helping to ensure vessel safety and prevent marine pollution.

At PANASIA, we are continuing our efforts to improve water quality and ensure safety.

Product Line-up

High & overfill alarm system

Magnetic float type Acoustic type

Tank level &
draft gauging system

Air purge type / electric pneumatic type
Electric pressure transmitter type

Level Gauge
Level Switch
Alarm system
Others

Regulation trend

Regulations for alarm systems due to oil spills

Classification MARPOL Annex 1 USCG-39.20-7 EXXONMOBILE RULE
Purpose To prevent marine pollution To prevent marine pollution Marine environment and safety
Item All ships worldwide Ships under U.S. jurisdiction Vessel owned by Exxon Valdez (EXXONMOBIL)
Description Monitoring and control system Installing a high-level alarm system Installing a high-level alarm system
    • Cargo Monitoring
      System

    • Water Ingress
      Alarm System

    IBC 1983/Annex(Chapters)/Chapter13(13.1~13.2)/13.1

    The IBC Code is an international standard designed to ensure safety in the maritime transport of dangerous chemicals and hazardous liquid substances, requiring ships to install gauges on their cargo tanks according to applicable rules

    SOLAS X II/12.1, IMO Resolution MSC, 145(77), IACS UI SC180

    Outlines the technical requirements for level control and measurement systems and alarm systems installed on bulk carriers; makes it mandatory to install visual/audible alarm systems that detect the extent of flooding in the cargo space of the bulk carrier and the ballast tank on the collision bulkhead in the forward part of the ship

    • Cargo Monitoring
      System

    • High & Overfill
      Alarm System

    USCG CFR 46 PART 39 (Vapor Control System)

    Vapor control systems must be installed to meet the requirements of the air quality rule regulating volatile organic compound emissions. It requires that gauging equipment be installed on each cargo tank connected to the vapor control system.

    USCG 39.20-7 Tankship Liquid Overfill Protection-T/All

    On cargo tanks, high-level alarm and tank overfill alarm systems must be installed.

    • Cargo Monitoring
      System

    • Tank Level
      Gauging System

    DNV Part 6 Chapter 10 Section 3

    Vapor control systems must be installed to meet the requirements of the air quality rule regulating volatile organic compound emissions. It requires that gauging equipment be installed on each cargo tank connected to the vapor control system.

    ABS Part 5C Chapter 1 Section 7

    Gauging equipment must be installed to measure the overall height of the tank, and a tank level display must be also provided for each tank.