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Nitrogen system

The system is designed to protect transportation of flammable and sensitive cargo. As an inert gas medium, nitrogen is the purest, and thereby the preferred solution for applications where cargo contamination could be an issue.

When reliability and size matters!

Wilhelmsen Technical Solutions is proud to present the re-engineered Maritime Protection Nitrogen system, first introduced in 1984. The system, based on membrane technology, is designed in accordance with SOLAS and IMO MODU Code, and other standards for the maritime markets. The system is delivered with all necessary approvals.

Key features

  • Unique generator design for flexible installation. It only require access from two sides
  • One of the smallest footprints in the market
  • Standardised system range from compact sizes up to 5300 Nm³
  • Standardised cabinets and skids where filtration package and membrane racks are split
  • Special cabinet solution is available for vessels with low nitrogen flow requirements and very limited space
  • Designed with long lasting membranes for maritime environments and ambient temperature up to 55 °C degrees
  • High quality filter system and unique operational functionality protecting the membranes
  • No moving parts
  • "State of the art”, fully automated control and monitoring system that protects the equipment from damage and costly repairs
  • Functionality for maintenance cycles, and pre-alarm for critical conditions allows for easy maintenance planning

 

Our inert gas systems

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    Inert gas generator solutions

    Vessels carrying cargos that produce hydrocarbon vapors require an inerting solution to eliminate the risk of explosions and fires in the cargo tanks. This can be achieved by keeping the oxygen content below 8%,a standard set by the International Maritime Organisation (IMO).

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    Nitrogen system

    The system is designed to protect transportation of flammable and sensitive cargo. As an inert gas medium, nitrogen is the purest, and thereby the preferred solution for applications where cargo contamination could be an issue.

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    Dry inert gas generator

    Vessels carrying liquefied gas need an inerting solution to prevent explosion on sea voyage just before and after dry-docking. This can be achieved by keeping the oxygen level below 1% in the cargo area.

  • Dual Fuel Inert gas generator

    Dual fuel inert gas generator

    The inert gas generator described earlier, can also be designed for dual fuel operation, i.e. marine diesel oil and natural gas.This application is most commonly used on FPSO vessels and other offshore installations where natural gas is available.

  • Flexinert gas generator

    Flexinert is a combination of a flue gas system and an inert gas generator. As long as sufficient boiler flue gas is available, the inert gas generator is by-passed and the system works as a flue gas system. When no basis gas is available, it works as an inert gas generator.

  • Flue gas system

    These systems cool and clean flue gas available from the ship’s boilers and distribute the gas to the cargo tanks, typically during cargo discharge.

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