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UK Aberdeen

The Loft, 50 Cotton Street
Aberdeen AB11 5EE
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t: +44 (0)1224 961950

UK Glasgow

5/3 Mercantile Chambers
53 Bothwell Street, Glasgow G2 6TS
e: info@tymor-marine.com
t: +44 (0)141 354 1779

USA

Suite 200, 106 Oil Center Drive
Lafayette, Lousiana LA 70503
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t: +1 337 484-1148

DYNAMICALLY INCLINED

MOSIS (Measurement of Stability in Service) is our unique onboard system which measures any floating unit’s stability (VCG) whilst the vessel is in service.

The significant advantage is that it removes the costly downtime associated with traditional inshore inclining tests.

Our technology conducts a series of tests, gathering and analysing data whilst your vessel is in operation, keeping ships, rigs, and FPUs operating safely, efficiently, and productively.

HOW DOES IT WORK?

1 INSTALL

Tymor installs onboard hardware with MOSIS software to measure the vertical centre of gravity (VCG) and hydrostatic (displacement) stability.

2 TEST

MOSIS conducts tests and gathers data while your vessel is in operation, with no downtime or interruption to operations.

3 UNLOCK

Unlock accurate, current, and relevant data, reflecting the real time load and weight distribution of your vessel.

In many regions, MOSIS is an industry approved ‘in-service’ method of compliance, meeting regulatory class requirements to replace inshore inclining tests for vessels and floating production units.

KEY FEATURES

Data is captured under real and changeable conditions

No downtime or interruption to vessel or rig operations

Track the additions of lightweight, deadweight, and variations in load

No need to bring floating production units ashore for inclining tests

Significant cost benefits of zero vessel / rig downtime

Increased crew safety due to better view of operating parameters

WHY MOSIS?

Using MOSIS to replace a traditional inshore inclining test can meet statutory regulations whilst removing the non-productive downtime of taking the vessel out of service.

MOSIS delivers frequent and accurate tracking of the vessel’s VCG and weight characteristics during operation.

The system consists of onboard software and hardware used to measure the vertical centre of gravity (VCG) and hydrostatic stability in variable conditions without any impact to normal operations.

A TRANSFORMATIVE INNOVATION

With data captured under real-time, changeable conditions, MOSIS will deliver a more accurate picture of safe operating parameters.

With time-lapsed trends and developing patterns becoming evident, you will have greater data upon which to base timely safety decisions, minimising risk and improving safety.

MOSIS also provides an early indication of reduction in cargo carrying capacity, tracking the changes to lightweight and deadweight and optimising equipment loading during transit and operations.

WHAT CAN WE DO FOR YOUR VESSEL?

Contact us to book a MOSIS demo

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