MGO (Marine Gas Oil)

Below are the general specifications of the MGO delivered and supplied by us to the customers within the required region of operations:

 

1. Colour : Pale Yellow Liquid

2. Odour : Distinct diesel hydrocarbon odour

3. Solubility : Insoluble in water

4. Flash Point,  ̊C : 60 (minimum) (MS 686/ASTM D93)

5. Kinematic Viscosity at 40 ̊C, mm2/s : 1.5 (minimum) 5.8 (maximum)

   (MS 1831/ASTM D445)

6. Water by distillation, vol % : 0.05 (maximum) (MS 1800/ASTM D95/D6304)

7. Density at 15 ̊C, kg/l : 0.810 (minimum) 0.870 (maximum) (MS 1893/ASTM    

   D1298/D4052)

8. Total Sulphur, mg/kg : 500 (maximum)(MS 1891/ASTM D4294/D2622/D5453)

Below are the general specifications of the MGO delivered and supplied by us to the customers within the required region of operations:

 

1. Colour : Pale Yellow Liquid

2. Odour : Distinct diesel hydrocarbon odour

3. Solubility : Insoluble in water

4. Flash Point,  ̊C : 60 (minimum) (MS 686/ASTM D93)

5. Kinematic Viscosity at 40 ̊C, mm2/s : 1.5 (minimum) 5.8 (maximum)      

   (MS 1831/ASTM D445)

6. Water by distillation, vol % : 0.05 (maximum) (MS 1800/ASTM  

    D95/D6304)

7. Density at 15 ̊C, kg/l : 0.810 (minimum) 0.870 (maximum) (MS

   1893/ASTM D1298/D4052)

8. Total Sulphur, mg/kg : 500 (maximum) (MS 1891/ASTM

    D4294/D2622/D5453)

Fresh Water Supply

A water treatment SHOS will combine water treatment chemicals, equipment and methods that are appropriate for your equipment and are designed to work together. Factors that affect product selection include system pressure, temperature, flow rates and dosage requirements. Tanks, pumps and chemicals as recommended by your SHOS Account Executive and Service Engineer will be compatible with one another and deliver a long service life.

 

Because our programs have an integrated components design, they optimize program effectiveness, maximize crew safety and minimize chemical consumption, and environmental impact.

 

Filter fresh water direct from JBA W.P Labuan main pipe.

Schedule Waste Management

Any matter prescribed to be scheduled waste or any matter whether in a solid, semi-solid or liquid form, or in the form of a gas or vapor that we can no longer used, which emitted, discharged or deposited in the environment in such volume, composition or manner as to cause pollution.

 

In Malaysia, therefore, a material only become waste at the point at which it is emitted, discharged or deposited and then only if it causes pollution. It could thus be waste or may not be waste if it is managed in a manner so as to cause no pollution.

 

 

"Any waste failing within the categories of waste listed in the First Schedule"

 

List of waste types is divided in five parts:

 

Group 1 : SW1 – Scheduled wastes from metal and metal – bearing wastes.

Group 2 : SW2 – Scheduled wastes from the wastes containing principally inorganic constituents which may contain metals and inorganic materials.

Group 3 : SW3 – Scheduled wastes from wastes containing principally organic constituents which may contain metals and inorganic materials.

Group 4 : SW4 – Scheduled wastes from wastes which may contain either inorganic or organic constituents.

Group 5 : SW5 – Scheduled wastes from other wastes.