LRC Tanker Ship Loading and Unloading


LRC Tanker Ship Loading

On loading of a tanker-ship the system controls automatically the limit probe of the tanker ship as well as the complete loading process, by being connected directly to the floater probe in the ships tank nose 10h. During the filling process it is possible to interrupt/stop the loading from 2 indipendent points with our EX-Remote-Systems (emergency stop/dead-man). On the land side the system is fix connected to the control system of the harbour and controls the complete filling process via radio-control.

An overfill is not possible.

The system works without cable connection between land and ship and increases therefore the safety of work process of the operator considerably.

To guarantee long loading times (up to 36 hours permanent) the LRC ADN battery case is used.

  • Motor (Pump) Start/Stop
  • Filling Start/Stop
  • Rotational Speed Control
  • Fill interruption/Restart
  • Hose Reel Control
  • Dead-Man Control
  • ANA (Germany)
  • Automatic fill-stop
Supported Probes
  • Limit probes according to TRbF (PTC thermistor probes – meeting EN13616)
  • Floating probes (nose 10h)
  • Optical probes (Switzerland Standard and Ships Standard BeNeLux)
  • Probes with relais contacts
  • Loading/Unloading of all liquid products and powder/granulate substances from tanker truck/container to a tank.
  • Loading of tanker-trucks/containers on depots and terminals
  • Loading/Unloading of tank wagons
  • Ship-, boat-, airplane- and helicopter refuelling
  • All kind of industrial application for radio control in Ex-areas.(hazardous zones)
  • 100% overfill prevention
  • No cable – no wires
  • Optimized loading/unloading processes
  • Simplified working processes
  • Time and cost saving
  • Improvement of Safety and productivity
  • Environmental protection
  • Suitable for every product
  • “Fail Safe” and “Fail to Safe” System

Using LRC Small in combination with an overfill probe, overfill is avoided with 100% safety.

LRC Small is approved for use in hazardous areas, EX-areas and non-EX areas as well.

Many years of experiences have made this system to an important part of the equipment for tanker trucks and ship bunkering systems.