Supplier warns of 'rushed and ill advised changes' to ISO 8217
Chemoil says proposals could generate quality disputes and drive up costs.
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Alena Savinova - Nakhodka-Portbunker Co. Ltd
11th January 2010
“This current limit has served this industry well for many years and a decrease to 60 ppm is completely unnecessary" - that is how they work, community should see their actions. At least they work out some new regulations)))
Mike Snow - Power Research Inc.
12th January 2010
Many shipping companies I have visited with in the past few months feel the revision should actually be more in the 40 ppm range. I wholeheartedly agree. I have been on many ships with the Al + Si being in the 40-60 range and it has created unneccessary issues for the Chief Engineer. I do not agree with Mr. Tolson's view.

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