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Automated tank gauging, high level alarms, and oil spills

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16-08-013May 2016
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Author(s) Mike Lynch
Description During fueling and internal transfers many vessels use automated tank level gauging and alarm systems. It is important that this equipment be properly installed, calibrated, maintained, and operated in order to prevent oil spills.
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Keywords vessel, oil spill