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  • Gas treatment

    Removal of impurities from natural gas such as water, sulfur compounds and carbon dioxide.

  • Gas turbine

    An internal combustion engine of reaction type consisting of an intake duct, a compressor, a combustion chamber...

  • Gas-dangerous space, gas dangerous zone

    A space not arranged or equipped in an approved manner to ensure that its atmosphere is at all times kept in gas-safe...

  • Gasket

    Flexible material used to pack joints in machinery, piping, doors, hatches, etc, to prevent any leakage.

  • Gasoline, petrol

    A distillate of petroleum which is used in spark ignition internal combustion engines. Ignition qualities are measured...

  • Gate valve

    A valve which permits for uninterrupted flow when open; see Stop valves.

  • Gauge

    An instrument or device for measuring, indicating or comparing a physical characteristic.

  • Gauge glass

    A glass tube or arrangement of glass plates fitted to a gauge used to give a visual indication of the level of...

  • Gauging

    1. Tank gauging, level gauging – the process of measuring tank contents. 2. Thickness measurements which are carried...

  • Gauging devices (for measuring the tank contents)

    Closed gauging device – A device which is separated from the tank atmosphere and keeps tank contents from being...

  • Gauging systems

    Electro-pneumatic system – This system involves blowing air down the pipe to the liquid in the tank and measuring...

  • Gear pump

    A displacement pump comprised of two interconnecting gear wheels in a closely fitting casing. The liquid is trapped...

  • Geared

    A vessel equipped to load and discharge by its own means (derricks or cranes).

  • Gearless

    A vessel not equipped to load and discharge by its own means (without derricks or cranes).

  • General cargo ship

    A ship with one or more decks, having ability to carry a variety of commodities in different forms such as boxed...

  • General emergency alarm

    A sound signal of seven short blasts and one prolonged blast given with the vessel sound system.

  • General radio communications

    Operational and public correspondence traffic, other than distress, urgency and safety messages, conducted by radio...

  • Generator

    A machine which converts mechanical power into electrical power. The 3-phase AC-type generators are used nowadays...

  • Geophysical

    The use of geophysical techniques – electric, gravity, magnetic, seismic or thermal – in the search for economically...

  • Geotechnical ships

    These vessels operate on a site to detect the presence of any subsea hydrocarbon reservoirs. Geotechnical ships...

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