deck

Iver Exact passing Houston.

Iver Exact deck

The deck of the m.t. Iver Exact.
The canvas over the P/V valves is because she was carrying methanol for discharge in Houston, TX.
The white tanks on the port side were made in Singapore, 2001. These tanks were built for the storage of cleaning methanol. This methanol is used for cleaning the tanks for carrying methanol after a cargo of for instance diesel oil or naphta.
The blue drums have various contents: mostly cleaning chemicals.
In the middle of the ship the manifold, used for loading & discharging cargo. 
This ship has 20 cargo tanks and 2 slop tanks, used for the storage of washing water.
By means of an Oil Discharge Monitor this liquid can be pumped into the sea, the dirty water will be transferred into the slop tank, the relatively clean water will go overboard.

CARGO TANK INFORMATION MT "IVER EXACT"

     

 

 

 

 

   
     

 

 

 

 

 

 

   

98%

100%

Compartment

Tank height @ ullage opening

Ullage

Volume

Volume

M3

Bbls

Totaal Bbls

M3

Bbls

Totaal Bbls

 1 P

18,290

1,769

    1.666,30

    10.480,69

 

    1.700,30

 10.694,55

 

 

 

 

 

 

   20.961,39

 

 

    21.389,09

1 S

18,303

1,781

    1.666,30

    10.480,69

 

    1.700,30

 10.694,55

 

 2 P

18,605

1,661

    2.332,10

    14.668,44

 

    2.379,70

 14.967,84

 

 

 

 

 

 

   29.296,00

 

 

    29.894,16

2 S

18,606

1,661

    2.325,60

    14.627,56

 

    2.373,10

 14.926,32

 

 3 P

18,653

1,722

    2.580,80

    16.232,72

 

    2.633,50

 16.564,19

 

 

 

 

 

 

   32.425,18

 

 

    33.086,86

3 S

18,651

1,719

    2.574,40

    16.192,46

 

    2.626,90

 16.522,68

 

 4 P

18,653

1,739

    2.716,00

    17.083,10

 

    2.771,40

 17.431,55

 

 

 

 

 

 

   34.125,31

 

 

    34.821,59

4 S

18,663

1,749

    2.709,50

    17.042,21

 

    2.764,80

 17.390,04

 

 5 P

18,639

1,734

    2.756,10

    17.335,32

 

    2.812,30

 17.688,80

 

 

 

 

 

 

   34.629,75

 

 

    35.336,10

5 S

18,649

1,743

    2.749,60

    17.294,43

 

    2.805,70

 17.647,29

 

 6 P

18,646

1,741

    2.756,10

    17.335,32

 

    2.812,30

 17.688,80

 

 

 

 

 

 

   34.629,75

 

 

    35.336,10

6 S

18,654

1,748

    2.749,60

    17.294,43

 

    2.805,70

 17.647,29

 

 7 P

18,659

1,754

    2.756,10

    17.335,32

 

    2.812,30

 17.688,80

 

 

 

 

 

 

   34.629,75

 

 

    35.336,10

7 S

18,656

1,750

    2.749,60

    17.294,43

 

    2.805,70

 17.647,29

 

 8 P

18,656

1,751

    2.756,10

    17.335,32

 

    2.812,30

 17.688,80

 

 

 

 

 

 

   34.629,75

 

 

    35.336,10

8 S

18,662

1,756

    2.749,60

    17.294,43

 

    2.805,70

 17.647,29

 

 9 P

18,652

1,742

    2.732,10

    17.184,36

 

    2.787,90

 17.535,33

 

 

 

 

 

 

   34.328,47

 

 

    35.029,15

9 S

18,653

1,741

    2.725,70

    17.144,11

 

    2.781,30

 17.493,82

 

 10 P

18,653

1,831

    2.284,80

    14.370,94

 

    2.331,40

 14.664,04

 

 

 

 

 

 

   28.700,99

 

 

    29.286,57

10 S

18,637

1,814

    2.278,30

    14.330,05

 

    2.324,80

 14.622,53

 

P SLP

17,499

1,398

       533,60

      3.356,24

 

       544,50

   3.424,80

 

 

 

 

 

 

     6.712,47

 

 

      6.849,59

S SLP

17,500

1,399

       533,60

      3.356,24

 

       544,50

   3.424,80

 

                 
     

M3

 Bbls

 

M3

 

 Bbls

     

 

 

     

 

98% total capacity:  

  51.681,90

  325.068,81  

  52.736,40

 

  331.701,41

                 
98% capacity excluding sloptank  

  51.148,30

  321.712,58  

  52.191,90

  

  328.276,61

                 
98% capacity excluding sloptanks

  50.614,70

  318.356,34

 

  51.647,40

 

  328.276,61

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