m/t 'Front Fighter' detailed info of m/t " Front Fighter "
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CARGO HANDLING EQUIPMENT  
CONSUMPTION FOR UNLOADING
The three steam driven cargo oil pumps will consume about 3.6 tonnes fuel oil per hour. Total consumption per 24 hours of full unloading capacity will be about 86.4 tonnes of fuel oil.
CONSUMPTION FOR LOADING
One electrical driven ballast pump will consume 0 08 tonnes of fuel oil per hour One steam driven ballast pump will consume about 0.3 tonnes of fuel oil per hour. Total consumption per 24 hours of full loading capacity will be about 9.0 tonnes of fuel oil.
CONSUMPTION FOR INERTING EMPTY SHIP
To inert the empty ship will take about 24 hours and it consumes about 30 tonnes of fuel oil.
SLUDGE HANDLING DAVIT
Two(2) sets of portable air motor driven davit with capacity of 0.2 tonnes.
BALLAST SYSTEM
Segregated ballast tanks fulfilling Marpol 73/78 requirements as segregated tanker. The ballast water is discharged through overboard valve on ship's side or through bottom sea chest
BALLAST PUMPS AND EDUCTORS
One steam turbine driven, vertical centrifugal pump with a capacity of 2,000 cu.m per hour at 30 mTH. One set of electric motor driven, vertical centrifugal pump with a capacity of 2,000 cu.m per hour at 30 mTH, One water ballast stripping eductor with a capacity of 200 cu.m per hour at 25 mTH. >
turbine and el motor driven ballast pumps
turbine and el motor driven ballast pumps
el motor and turbines to drive cargo and ballast pumps
el motor and turbines to drive cargo and ballast pumps
 
CARGO SYSTEM
Twelve(12) cargo oil tanks, total capacity of cargo oil tanks is 166,383 cu m or 1.046.522 barrels at 98%. Two(2) slop tanks fully coated with coal tar epoxy, total capacity of slop tanks is 3,880 cu.m or 24,402 barrels at 98%. Three grades of oil can be handled simultaneously with two valves segregation. The cargo pumping system allows maximum unloading rate of 12,000 cu m per hour with three main cargo pumps. Vessel to allow a maximum loading rate of approximately 14,500 cu.m per hour through the cargo manifolds
PUMPS
Cargo oil pumps: Three(3), steam turbine driven, vertical centrifugal pumps with a capacity of 4,000 cu.m per hour at 135 mTH each. One(1) set reciprocating, stream driven, cargo oil stripping pump with a capacity of 150 cu.m per hour at 135 mTH. One(1) cargo oil stripping eductor, with a capacity of 300 cu.m per hour at 25 mTH
cargo oil pumps
cargo oil pumps
cargo oil pump
cargo oil pump
turbines to drive cargo oil pumps
turbines to drive cargo oil pumps

 

crude oil washing machine
crude oil washing machine
TANK CLEANING EQUIPMENT, COW SYSTEM
Each cargo tank has two(2) deck mounted, programmable crude oil washing machines with a capacity of 80 cu.m per hour at a thrust of 34 meters. Maker: Consilium, Sweden Type: 270ft Gun Clean Each slop tank has one deck mounted, programmable crude oil washing machine with a capacity of 80 cu.m per hour at a thrust of 34 meters and one set of bottom mounted, automatic programmed crude oil washing machine with a capacity of 41 cu.m at a thrust of 18 meters. Maker: Consilium. Sweden Type Mini A Gun Clean

 

TANK GAUGING SYSTEM
Each cargo and slop tank is fitted with Saab tank radar level gauge system with built in high/low level alarm, remote controlled from the cargo control room Each water ballast tank including peak tanks is fitted with Pan-Asia electro-pneumatic type tank level gauge system with remote readout in the cargo control room
SAAB system radar
SAAB system radar
SAAB control cabinet
SAAB control cabinet
SAAB controle cabinet - inner side
SAAB controle cabinet - inner side

 

VALVES
Valves in cargo oil and water ballast systems are of hydraulic remote controlled type, operated from the cargo control room Blanks and pressure testing arrangement fitted for seavalves and overboard outlets. Maker: Han-II
cargo control console
cargo control console
V/v cabinet for v/v remote control system
V/v cabinet for
v/v remote control system
V/v cabinet and Power unit for v/v remote control system
V/v cabinet and Power unit
for v/v remote control system

 

GAS WARNING SYSTEMS
The fixed gas warning systems is continuously monitoring hydrocarbon gases in pump room and ballast spaces and 02 + H2S in pump room, with safety fuctions relayed to bridge.
gas warning system  control console
gas warning system control console
Loading computer; Gas warning system control cabinet; SAAB control cabinet
Loading computer;
Gas warning system control cabinet;
SAAB control cabinet
gas warning system - control cabinet (inner side)
gas warning system - control
cabinet (inner side)

 

LOADING COMPUTER
The loading computer is of "on-line" type and monitoring the level of cargo oil tanks and water ballast tanks, and the draft by on-line connection with tank gauging system and draft gauging system. Maker: Kockumation AB Type Loadmaster
Press-Vac valve
pressure / vacuum valve
HIGH VELOCITY VALVES
Press-Vac valves with double pressure outlets are fitted on cargo and slop tanks including one common mast riser Maker: Se-WonCo., Ltd.

 

INERT GAS SYSTEM
The inert gas system has a capacity of 15,000 cu.m per hour and is fed by two blowers, each holding 50% of the total capacity Maker: Alborg Sunrod kk
IG control console (cargo control room)
IG control console
(cargo control room)
scrubber
scrubber
Oxygen analyzer
Oxygen analyzer
funs of IG system
funs of IG system
Control board for IG system (ECR)
control board for IG system (ECR)
Water deck seal
water deck seal

 

VAPOUR LOCKS
Calibrated vapour locks fitted to perform complete closed loading, ullaging and sampling if required.

 

Tank gauging system monitor; Gas warning system; OIL POLLUTION MONITOR 'SERES'
tank gauging system monitor;
gas warning system;
OIL POLLUTION MONITOR 'SERES'
Sampling pump and aux piping
sampling pump and aux piping for
Oil Discharge Monitoring System
OIL POLLUTION MONITOR
For monitoring the discharge of oily water one oil discharge monitor complying with MARPOL requirements is installed and controlled from the cargo control room. Maker: Seres, type S 663 MK lll III

 

MARINE SANITATION DEVICE
A sewage holding tank of vacuum type with a capacity of 5 cu.m USCG approved, is installed Maker: Evac
POSITION OF MANIFOLDS
  • Centre of manifolds from midship of L 0 A - 0.75 m
  • Distance from the foremost part of the ship to the center of the manifolds - 135.34 m
  • Distance from the after most part of the ship to the center of the manifolds - 133.85 m
  • Distance from manifold flanges to ship's side - 4.60 m
  • Distance between manifold flanges - 1.69 m
  • Distance between center manifold
    and center manifold - 2.50 m
  • Distance between manifold and roller bar - 4.30 m
  • Distance between center of manifold
    and main deck at side - 2.10 m
  • Distance between center of manifold and keel - 26.52 m
  • Distance between center of manifold and waterline,
    normal ballast condition arrival - 17.91 m

 

CARGO HEATING SYSTEM
Heating coils are installed in all cargo and slop tanks, The heatng system is capable of raising the temperature in the cargo oil tanks from 44 C to 66'C in 96 hours during voyage with ambient air temperature of 2'C and sea temperature of 5'C and of raising the oily water(50/50) temperature in the slop tank from 44'C to 66'C in 24 hours at the same conditions as above.
Cargo heating system
heating system one of tanks
CONSUMPTION FOR CARGO HEATING
A=ISO Standard i.e. air temp 25'C, sea water temp 25'C B= Winter-Standard i.e. air temp 2'C sea water temp 5'C To rise the cargo temp from 44'C to 66'C can be done in 96 hr, the average fuel oil consumption for this will be 27 tonnes per hour in case A(ISO-Standard), and 34 tonnes per hour in case B(Winter-Standard). To maintain the cargo temperature at 135'F will consume 1.1 tonnes per hour in case A(ISO-Standard) and 1.4 tonnes per hour in case B(Winter-Standard). To maintain the cargo temperature at 100'F will consume 0.9 tonnes per hour in case A(ISO-Standard) and 1.1 tonnes per hour in case B(Winter-Standard)

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