LPG and LNG Carriers
LPG and LNG Carriers
Working with LNG and LPG requires precision, training, and a dedication to your craft that goes beyond many other aspects of the shipping industry. Want a ballast water treatment system that shares your same mania for attention to detail, repeatable performance, on-time service, and unparalleled dedication to the craft? Look no further than the Hyde GUARDIAN® ballast water treatment system.
With an industry leading zero-hold-time requirement, the GUARDIAN allows you to continually move ballast on and off the vessel to account for cargo movements, shifting tides, and flexible cargo loading plans. Our gravity ballasting and deballasting modes give you the flexibility to allow your cargo loading rates to set the ballast flow rates, and our industry-exclusive Internal Transfer mode makes sure that as you shift ballast in port or during the voyage, the treatment system does not inadvertently think is it being bypassed. And because GUARDIAN treats during ballast and Deballast, there is no concern about leaving water in tanks for long periods between ballasting. Every drop that goes off your ship will be fully treated, every time.
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Murakami Hide shipyard in Japan selected the Hyde GUARDIAN system for several LPG tanker newbuilds.
For any vessel carrying hazardous cargo, it is careful during the planning stage to understand if the ballast water will also be considered a hazard.
This Japanese yard built several LPGs including a tank separation system.
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