Cargo Tanks Inspection

Enclosed spaces are a fundamental component of the ship’s structure and are also circuitously critical for the economics of running the shipping company.

A large part of the ship’s earnings in the form of cargo (dry as well as wet) is exhumed from large void spaces commonly known as ‘tanks’, within the configuration of the ship.

As a matter of fact, the steel tanks aid with the ship’s stability, especially when stability is associated with juggling between filling and discharge of fuel oil or water as ballast/domestic.
Considering the immense significance of these spaces, they have to be regularly maintained.