1.Loading and Discharge for Crude Oil and Petroleum ProductsThe scope of operations consists of tank inspection on ship and shore, determination of quantity of liquid cargoes on board a vessel. Essentially, the theory is that the surveyor measures the depth of free space above the liquid cargo in each tank, then calculates, using the ship’s table, the volume of liquid and then computes the volume of liquid at standard temperature and pressure.
2.Bunker SurveyIndependent measurement of fuel oil tanks on board for any kind of vessel, to determine the quantity of bunker remaining on board. The oil tanks and daily oil tanks for consumption should be sounded and the weight of oil calculated from the volume in each tank, correction the soundings and tables as required for list, trim, and units. Multiply the volume found by the density to get weight in tons.
3.Liquid Cargo SamplingTo take certain small amount of the cargo which is still representing the cargo for checking the quality or specification of the cargo for reference purpose against any dispute which could be arising in the future with regards to the quality.
4.Chemical & GasLoading and Discharge For Chemical, Petrochemical Kind of inspection consists of measuring, ca../libration inspection on cleanliness, water tightness and other tank test and quantity inspection.
5.Loading and Discharge for LNG and LPGLiquid Natural Gases (LNG) and Liquid Petroleum Gases (LPG) which is one of the clean energies in the new age. The inspection is the only survey organ designated by sellers and the buyers in quantity check at the time of discharge and loading.