Pneumatic Ballast Control Keeps Ships Fit for High Seas (.PDF Download)

Water is commonly used in ships to provide stability and counteract against uneven loads. Depending on the weight and distribution of the load in the hull, ballast-valve control systems open or close valves to either flood or empty the ballast tanks within a ship’s hull. Known as trimming, it generates counterweights on demand, keeping the ship stable...

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