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How to choose this product
An inert gas generator can produce gases or gas mixtures that are essentially non-reactive and have a low oxygen content.
These devices are found on tanker ships, such as oil tankers. Inert gases are pumped into the tanks during cargo operations to replace air, whose oxygen content increases the risk of combustion.
Such generators are normally located in a special compartment away from the ship's cargo tanks. They consist of a combustion chamber and a cooling tower, where the gas is chilled with seawater. Some use the ship's engine exhaust gases.
How to choose
The generator's output should be sufficient for the ship's cargo tank capacity.
- Renders tank atmosphere inert
- Reduces explosion risk