Oil spill kit

030 A-Frame with hydraulic HPU Information
Article number : 053
Date of construction : May 24, 2011
Price : On request
Description
Oil spill Response Kit standard

Details

Consist of one container
According to MARPOL 73/78, Annex I, Regulation 26 and OPA of 1990, section 4202
Stored in: GRP Box dimension 114 x 82 x 70 cm

Watertight – Lockable

4 x Oil Only Booms (WB 510 SN) 3 m x Ø13 cm
1 x Oil Only Sweep (WSWL 110 F) 48cm x 30m
6 x Oil Only Socks (WSO 120-20) 120cm x Ø7, 5 cm
2 x Oil Only Truck pack (KTO 100)
200 x Oil Only Pads (WP 200 L) 40cm x 40 cm
50 x Yellow chemicals Pads (YPB 200) 50cm x40 cm
1 x Pump Non Sparking
1 x PVC Protective Gloves PPE 105
1 x Chemical Resistant Goggles EN 166.2001
1 x Disposal Bags MTL 103 Special Waste blue

 

Regulations :
Different SOPEP’s in force must be observed, depending on the trading area of the vessel.
Subject to Port State control verification world-wide.
1. The MARPOL 73/78 Annex I ( Regulation 26*)
2. The PANAMA CANEL SOPEP requires thar vessel have shipboard SOPEP equipment ready for operational spills.
3. The CALIFORNIA VRP for non-tank vessels and tank vessels, specifying shipboard capacities capable of handing a 7 barrel ( 1100-litre) or 12 barrel (1900-litre) operational spill, respectively, e.g. under 400’ LOA, the 7 barrel rule, over 400’ LOA the 12 barrel rule.
4. The USCG approved VRP effective as of 8 August 2005 for non-tank vessels and tank vessels, applies the same rules as for the California VRP for vessels calling at US ports, e.g. on board capacities to be such as to handle a 7 barrel or 12 barrel operational spill respecitively.
5. SOPEP= Shipboard Oil Spill Pollution Emergency Plan
6. VRP= Vessel Response Plan
According to MARPOL 73/78, Annex I, Regulation 26 and OPA of 1990, section 4202

 

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