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Requirements for safety valves for ships
The requirements of safety valves for ship building
Safety valves are essential in two areas of classical shipbuilding. Firstly, they are used in all systems necessary for ship operation, including steam, water, fuel, and lubrication systems. Secondly, they are used in all systems required for the transportation of liquid or gaseous goods, such as chemicals, oils, and gases (LNG/LPG). In the case of FPSOs (Floating Production Storage and Offloading Units), which combine the demands of harsh maritime environments and petrochemical plants, safety valves pose a significant challenge. The focus is on ensuring corrosion protection, which is achieved through the use of materials such as duplex and specialized coating systems. Furthermore, a comprehensive documentation and inspection program is expected, and certification by ship classification societies and short delivery times for spare parts are additional requirements.
The Advantage of LESER Pressure Relief Valves
LESER has obtained certification from the leading classification societies worldwide, and numerous customers conduct on-site inspections during the manufacturing process to approve safety valves. With worldwide stockkeeping, LESER can guarantee short delivery times for both new valves and spare parts. The Alloy Concept and corrosion protection systems enable LESER pressure valves to be customized to meet all maritime requirements.
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