Ballast and service tank gauging

Integrated or stand alone

The system is designed for level gauging in ballast and service tanks. It can be interfaced to an Integrated Automation System or operate as a stand-alone system. All system components are designed and manufactured to work in a rugged marine environment. The system is type approved by all major classification societies.

13 inch KONGSBERG touch screen display.
Typical screen display showing a graphic presentation of the ballast tank levels.
Typical screen display showing a table presentation of the ballast tank levels.
Level gauging sensor for ballast and service tank gauging.

Key features

  • Individual level sensors, based upon rugged and accurate pressure transmitters made in titanium
  • Level and volume presentation
  • Standard corrections for vessel trim and list
  • Atmospheric pressure correction as standard for installations with submerged level sensors
  • Easy and inexpensive installation /refit
  • At site configuration, simple alarm setting (level - high or low) and liquid density parameter setting
  • Easy manual settings of specific sensor inputs in case of sensor failures
  • Internal alarm buzzer and output for other alarm devices
  • Delivered with 220/24V power supply as standard


Our ballast and service tank gauging system has a flexible design and can be offered with the following optional features:

  • Serial interface to other presentation systems or load calculator. The serial interface is RS232 or RS485 and is based on MODBUS protocol.
  • Cabinet for wall mounting including power supply, zener-barriers, termination, etc.
  • Monitoring of tank temperatures and miscellaneous pressures
  • Inclinometer for trim and list
  • Draft measurements

Services and support

  • 24/7 Technical support

    Our 24/7 technical support team is there to help at any time, day or night, wherever your vessel is.

  • Conversions, retrofit and refit

    We understand the importance of having the right parts, available in the right place, at the right time.

  • Training

    Ensure that your crew is properly and thoroughly trained. This will reduce operational risk, downtime and maximise return on asset investment.