hatch cover


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hatch cover

[′hach ‚kəv·ər]
(engineering)
A steel or wooden cover for a hatch.
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Since then the Association of Classification Societies, which imposes safety standards on 96% of the world's shipping, has set new rules on the strength and security of hatch covers on newly launched ships.
Inquiry chief Mr Justice Colman said the hatch covers were not strong enough and buckled in the Pacific typhoon, letting water pour in.
Four hatches were left open, and the main fish hatch cover broke free.
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And when not in use, this innovative recovery frame can be stowed in a deck recess hidden by a mechanically operated hatch cover, providing a much safer working deck environment for ships crews.
MacGregor, part of Cargotec, has introduced a new electric starter cabinet for hydraulic hatch cover power units on bulk carriers and general cargo ships.
They unite the 'lift' and 'drive' operations and so make separate hatch cover lifters obsolete.
Wastewater funds will be used for the construction of sewer mains, manholes, siphon hatch cover reconfiguration, and Urban Treated Runoff irrigation lines.
Wastewater funds will be used for the reconstruction of sewer mains, manholes, siphon hatch cover reconfiguration, and Urban Treated Runoff irrigation lines.
Limited Tenders are invited for Fabrication Of Al Torpedo Loading Hatch Cover Of Yard 3018
At the time, a hatch cover had broken and the hatch was propped open with a broom handle.