Wartsila Moss AS declared that it has been awarded a contract from Daewoo Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering Co (DSME) for the delivery of inert gas generator (IGG) units to a floating production, storage and offloading (FPSO) unit for the INPEX-operated Ichthys LNG project in the Browse Basin, located approximately 200km off western Australia.
What does I G stand for?
I G stands for Inert Gas
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The AUMUND conveyor type BZB-H-I, developed for conveying hot direct reduced iron, is equipped with special buckets plus thermal insulation and inert gas system.
[ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] Huntingdon Fusion says for welding stainless steel pipes up to 12 inches in diameter, a new range of purging systems has been launched that allows the introduction of inert gas to reduce the oxygen content of pipes faster and allow welding to begin sooner than previously possible.
Cialone Assigned: Lehigh Technologies, LLC Key statement: The rubber particles, at a room temperature below the glass transition temperature, are introduced into a comminuting device concurrent with the introduction of an inert gas coolant at a temperature below about -75[degrees]F and are comminuted at a rate proportional to the average particle size of the introduced rubber particles to an average size within the range of crumb or powder rubber particles.
In 1996, "the safety board called for pumping the tanks full of inert gas so they could not explode" In 2004, "the FAA said it was close to proposing" such a rule but it has yet to do so.
Systems offer high output, simple and cast to expand modular design, excellent process results, low inert gas consumption, and are operated in batch or continuous operation.
Static systems involve bubbling an inert gas through the metal using a lance or a refractory porous plug.
Other benefits include high output, a simple to expand modular design, excellent process results, low inert gas consumption, no requirement for an operator, and the choice of batch or continuous operation.