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  • Oil recovery and sludge treatment system

    A system designed to handle sludge from oil treatment systems in diesel engine installations. The system separates...

  • Oil recovery system of HAVEN HORNBILL

    Halmatic Ltd delivered a multi-role oil spill recovery vessel HAVEN HORNBILL for Harwich Haven Authority in July...

  • Oil slick

    A layer of oil floating on the surface of the sea, generally caused by accident or spillage.

  • Oil spill combatment vessel ARCA

    Built by Damen Shipyards, The Netherlands, the ARCA is multifunctional vessel with oil recovery as the main function...

  • Oil spill response vessel (OSRV)

    A ship designed to support oil spill clean-up operations by oil recovery, boom deployment and/or dispersant application.

  • Oil spill response vessel ARKONA

    With the Spill Response Vessel for the Federal Ministry of Transport, Building and Housing the German shipyard...

  • Oil tanker

    A ship constructed or adapted primarily to carry oil in bulk in its cargo spaces. This includes combination carrier...

  • Oil treatment

    The preparation of fuel oil or lubricating oil for use in a diesel engine. It involves storage and heating to allow...

  • Oil/water interface detector

    A sensor which must be fitted in oil tanker slop tanks. During pumping of the slop tank, it determines the interface...

  • Oil-fired boiler MISSIONTM OS boiler from Aalborg Industries

    The MISSIONTM OS boiler is a vertical oil-fired auxiliary boiler with a capacity range up to 6t/h. It is insulated...

  • Oil-in-water monitor

    A measuring instrument which determines the contents of oil in bilge water. If the permitted level is exceeded...

  • Oily mixture

    A mixture with any oil content.

  • Oily rags

    Rags that have been saturated with oil. Contaminated rags are those, which have been saturated with a substance...

  • Oily water separator, bilge water separator

    A device used to separate oil from oily water mixtures and from the emulsion. Bilge separators are necessary aboard...

  • One compartment subdivision

    A standard of subdivision of a ship by bulkheads, which results in the ship remaining afloat with any one compartment...

  • On-hire/off-hire surveys

    Surveys carried out to state the ship condition prior to or after her chartering. The main purpose is to record...

  • On-load release hooks

    On-load release mechanisms designed to permit the release of the davit-launched lifeboat from fall wires when ship...

  • On-scene commander (OSC)

    The commander of a rescue unit designated to co-ordinate search and rescue operations within a specified area.

  • Open bell

    A non-pressurized compartment at ambient pressure that allows the diver to be transported to and from the work...

  • Open sea

    An ocean or sea outside territorial limits, i.e. international waters.

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