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TM0112-2018-SG, Test to Determine the Potential Corrosion Effects of Ballast Water Treatment Systems on Ballast Tanks Coating and Other Materials

Ballast water carried by ships keeps them upright during loading and offloading operations and provides balance, stability, and trim during sailing. Because ballast water is loaded from the surrounding port or coastal waters, organisms in the ballast water sometimes establish populations resulting in biological invasions, which may have severe ecological or economic impacts. This standard is designed to test the effect of long-term accelerated exposure of treated water on coating systems.

Product Number: 21258-SG
ISBN: 1-57590-254-0
Publication Date: 2018
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Ballast water carried by ships keeps them upright during loading and offloading operations and provides balance, stability, and trim during sailing. Because ballast water is loaded from the surrounding port or coastal waters, organisms in the ballast water sometimes establish populations resulting in biological invasions, which may have severe ecological or economic impacts. This standard is designed to test the effect of long-term accelerated exposure of treated water on coating systems.

 

Key words:

Marine, Ballast, Ships, seawater, Regulation D-2 , MEPC 59/2/16, BWTS, Coating, MSC.215(82),  PSPC, TG 452, STG 44

Ballast water carried by ships keeps them upright during loading and offloading operations and provides balance, stability, and trim during sailing. Because ballast water is loaded from the surrounding port or coastal waters, organisms in the ballast water sometimes establish populations resulting in biological invasions, which may have severe ecological or economic impacts. This standard is designed to test the effect of long-term accelerated exposure of treated water on coating systems.

 

Key words:

Marine, Ballast, Ships, seawater, Regulation D-2 , MEPC 59/2/16, BWTS, Coating, MSC.215(82),  PSPC, TG 452, STG 44

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