deck machinery

deck machinery

[′dek mə‚shēn·rē]
(naval architecture)
Any machinery on the decks of a ship; includes capstans, windlasses, and winches.
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The barge features deep-well pumps in each cargo tank, as well as all-electric deck machinery to reduce the risk of hydraulic spills.
The license granted to Jiangsu Masada follows similar agreements in 2008 for deck cranes of bulk carriers and in 2012 for deck machinery and steering gears(1).
A CAMPAIGN has been launched to prevent commercial fishermen from being injured or killed by deck machinery whilst out at sea.
First Integrated Solutions (FIS), the Aberdeen-based provider of liing equipment services, lifeboats and marine services, plant and tooling equipment, winches and deck machinery, and crane services, has appointed Fraser Coull as its managing director.
Rolls-Royce is to deliver an extensive package of advanced deck machinery to six new high-end anchor handling tug supply vessels (AHTS) to be built by Kleven in Norway for the Danish ship owner Maersk Supply Service.
ae1/4A ae1/4A Meanwhile, MHI-MME offers one of the most expansive line-ups of marine machinery and engines, with offerings including two-stroke low-speed engines, MET turbochargers, propellers, marine boilers and turbines, deck cranes, deck machinery, fin stabilisers and steering gears.
based out of Eatontown, New Jersey, which produced a line of marine deck machinery and winches.
SeeNews) - Jul 8, 2014 - Brusselle Enterprises, a manufacturer of ship's deck machinery and steering gear for all types of vessels, will file for insolvency on Tuesday, local trade unions told news agency Belga on Monday after a personnel meeting.
Deck machinery includes a 400-tonne main crane and a 60-tonne auxiliary hoist.
The shipbuilding industry had an enormous influence locally through the demands for engines, boilers, deck machinery such as winches, windlasses and cranes - produced by companies such as Clarke Chapman of Gateshead - and nautical instruments from firms like James Morton & Co of Sunderland.
Less ideal, but more affordable solutions might include minor modifications that could be made to existing deck machinery.
Founded in 1965 to serve the Peruvian fishing sector, MARCO Peruana has since expanded to include strong distribution in electrical and marine equipment, deck machinery, hydraulics, lubrication systems and mining technical service.