THE OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE OF INERT GAS SYSTEMS
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We are all aware of the fact that absolutely all hydrocarbons including both oil products and crude oil are normally considered flammable. The IGS, standing for the inert gas systems, are installed on board ships with the purpose of preventing of the potential fires and explosions from happening. That is why they are treated as the critically important arrangements providing safety of the ship and her crew members.
The present training video will demonstrate and explain the main operating principles of the IGS. Taking into account the importance of the properly working and duly maintained inert gas system and the role it plays in the provision of the safe operation of the vessel, it is obvious that any crew member engaged in operation or maintenance of these systems shall have an absolutely clear understanding of its working principles and main components.
We would therefore recommend all such persons to pay serious attention to the content of this video and watch it very carefully. The video is interesting and easy to follow even for the newcomers on board.
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