Our Marine ultrasonic level indicator range are designed for testing marine fire suppression systems, for Ship owners, servicing companies or crew.
Portalevel MAX Marine – Top of the range model. For high intensity testing & large cylinders
Portamarine – Ideal for testing CO2 cylinders and small clean agent tanks
Portasteele Calculator – Can calculate agent weight, store, download & export readings
Protect your crew, cargo and vessels. Coltraco Ultrasonics proudly work across the maritime industry with ship owners, ship managers as well as marine surveyors, ports, shipyards and classification societies. As of 2020, with over 30 years’ experience working in the maritime industry, 17% of the world fleet use Coltraco Ultrasonics technology. We welcome you to get in touch to discuss how we can help you improve your bottle level testing, boat hatches and on deck, especially CO2 bottle testing, onboard your vessel.
It’s important for marine servicing companies to bid to service a ship’s CO2 fixed fire fighting system as this can comprise 200 – 600, 45kg CO2 Cylinders per ship. These cylinders are under 720psi or 49 bars of pressure. They can discharge accidentally or be subject to slow seepage. Some marine service companies estimate that at one time 20% of a ship’s CO2 cylinders have discharged or partially leaked their contents and there are over 55,000 commercial vessels at sea at any time.
Servicing and CO2 bottle testing is often carried out in port, and the ship may only be available to the contractor for a couple of hours. The usual is one component of a CO2 fixed fire fighting system inspection, these marine service crews shut down the CO2 system, dismantle it and weigh each cylinder. On average each cylinder will take 40 minutes to dismantle, weigh, record and reinstall, meaning that it would take 400 man-hours to achieve that on a 600 cylinder marine installation.
Choose the Portalevel range of Co2 Level Tester for your CO2 bottle testing which is ideal for a quicker and safer CO2 fire suppression system inspection.
Typically used for CO2 bottle testing, Portalevel can also be used CO2 discharge test to identify the level of contents left in the cylinder. Otherwise Portalevel could be useful to avoid a full CO2 discharge test by confirming the cylinder fill.
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