Polarmarine Introduces New Concept In Tank Cleaning

—Literature Available Polarmarine Ltd. of London has developed an entirely new concept in tank cleaning with the unique feature of two, three or more nozzles at different levels within the tank driven by a single control unit.

Free literature is now available fully describing the new system.

This new invention from Polarmarine is a product designed to meet today's stringent requirements of cleaning in (a) chemical carriers, especially with narrow tanks with "shadow" creating steel structure such as horizontal corrugations, stringers or longitudinals; and (b) oil tankers, especially in stringer areas of wingtanks or sloptanks.

With the new Polar Jet PJ 603 series, one unit can replace up to three deck-mounted standard units in chemical carriers or replace a standard deck-mounted one and submerged machines in oil tankers.

This not only reduces high installation costs but also, by the PJ 603 programming possibilities, considerably reduces operating costs.

Polar Jet PJ 603 series can be delivered with either Polar Jet portable air-driven lightweight control units A-model or integrated turbine driven control units T-models, both of Polar Jet well-known and proven designs easy to understand and program, and with exceptional reliability.

Below deck the new machine is based on the standard Polar Jet design but instead of one nozzle rotating on the main pipe, this new model can be delivered with two, three or more nozzles at different tailormade levels.

The unit is self-draining and also self-cleaning.

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Maritime Reporter Magazine, page 91,  Jun 1986

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