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T-ISS Release Hooks; genuine lifesavers

Imagine the undesirable situation of a ship that, for some reason, needs to be evacuated while being at sea. When this happens, the most important thing is to guarantee the wellbeing and safety of the passengers and personnel. In most cases this will be done using life rafts or rescue boats. The vessels staff will
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T-ISS presents the Asbestos Safety Kit

T-ISS has added the Asbestos Safety Kit, IMPA No. 33.0967, to its product range. Vessel crews use this product to remove any harmful asbestos materials in a safe way, while the ship operates at sea. The kit is not meant to be used for large scale asbestos removal, for example during the docking of the
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Our Anti-Splashing Tapes; the various solutions we offer

As many people will know, we are well-known for our Anti-Splashing tapes. In this article we would like to explain which Anti-Splashing products we offer, and based on several example situations show you which product you could use during that specific occasion.   SprayStop SprayStop is one of our best known products, and for a
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Our Anti-Corrosion Tapes; the difference between CorStop and RustStop

In this product comparison we compare two products that at first glance could be similar, but have totally different purposes. We compare these products and explain their unique purposes and characteristics. This time, we feature CorStop and RustStop tape. CorStop and RustStop are products that, looking at their name, serve the same purpose. Nothing could
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The qualities and differences of our Marking Tapes

At T-ISS we offer a wide selection of marking tapes. These tapes all have the purpose of getting attention, but all do it in a different way and have a different approach. In this article we compare a wide selection of marking tapes we offer, and we will tell you about their purposes, qualities and
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Our range of SOLAS Tapes; the Properties and Differences explained

At T-ISS we offer a wide selection of varying safety- and protection tapes. As you may have noticed, we offer several tapes that all have a different, unique purpose. These tapes are all designed to prevent, product, mark, or stick to objects. In this article we would like to explain the properties and differences between
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Low Location Light Measurements

Product spotlight: Low Location Light Measurements

Over the years T-ISS gained a lot of valuable experience in doing Low Location Light measurements on all sorts of vessels. In this article we would like to take the opportunity of telling you more about this subject.   Why are Low Location Light measurements needed? According to several regulations, vessels that carry passengers are
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T-ISS ISO9001 Certified by DNVGL

T-ISS ISO9001 Certified by DNVGL

The ISO 9001 is a standard achieved recognizing quality management systems that are specifically designed to help organizations ensure they meet the needs of customers and other stakeholders.  We are proud to announce that now also our processes and procedures are ISO9001 certified by DNV GL. DNV GL previously certified many of our products, and
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IMO adopts ISO safety signage standard

IMO adopts ISO safety signage standard

The new IMO Resolution A1116(30) Escape Route Signs and Equipment Location Markings entered into force on January 1st, 2019. The assembly of the International Maritime Organization recalls resolutions A760(18) as amended by resolution MSC82(70), and A952(23). It has agreed to adopt the safety symbols of ISO 7010 and ISO 24409-2 and as a result, all
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International Shore Connection

T-ISS presents the International Shore Connection

T-ISS has added the International Shore Connection to its product range. An international shore connection is a universal hose connection required by IMO SOLAS to be available on all ships. The international shore connection SOLAS requirement under Chapter II-2, regulation 19 says that ships above 500 tons gross tonnage and upwards must have at least
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