What is a the Ship-to-Shore Link?
The Ship-to-Shore Link (in short SSL) is an important safety system for any LNG transfer operation, as it prevents the risk of fire, explosion or environmental damages. The main purpose of the Ship- to- Shore Link system is to ensure simultaneous mutual emergency shutdown of ship and shore plants in the event of an abnormality signalled by either ship or shore SIS. Our Straatman Ship-to- Shore Link is an inventive high-end system which is adaptable to customer requirements. We can provide the SSL system in different sizes, configurations and we offer a stand-by service as we know the importance of the Ship-to- Shore Link system during LNG Transfers.
Keeping in mind that it is important to ensure compatibility with third parties worldwide, we designed and built our SSL according to the ISO 28460, ISO 20519, SIGTTO guidelines and SGMF. This ensures the compatibility with third party systems which also complies with the guidelines and recommendations. We can provide the Ship-Shore Link with the following links:
- 6 pin Furukawa Fibre Optic Link
- 37 pin Pyle Electric Link
- 4 pin Pyle Earth Bonding
- 6 pin Miyaki Electric Link
- 5 pin SIGTTO Electric Link (Supplier and Receiver Mode)
- 2 pin ADN Link
- Pneumatic Link
- ITT Cannon Link
Our Ship-to-Shore Link has been designed using the latest industry-standard technologies. Our approach allows us to adapt and tailor our SSL system to meet your specific requirements.