Tank tables

If you have gas oil, lubricating oil and other oil tanks on board, it is handy and often necessary for you to know precisely what the content of the relevant tank is at any specific time.
You can read off on the level indicator how many centimetres of liquid there is in a tank. You can then precisely read off on a diagram, drawn up by Van Pelt & Co, what the content is at that time.

The tanks are accurately surveyed and calculated by us. If it is a new ship then we can determine the content based upon the lines drawing of the ship and using the PIAS program that we have purchased.

For complete certainty we will check the drawings and the actual situation on board.
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