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CLASSIFICATION
OF

WEIGHTS
STANDARD GROUPING
FOR MERCHANT SHIPS
THEUNlVERS,TYUBRARY n

U.S.

DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE
MARITIME ADMINISTRATION
Revised July 1962

U.S.

DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE
Luther H. Hodges, Secretary

MARITIME ADMINISTRATION
Donald W. Alexander, Administrator

Prepared by

OFFICE OF SHIP CONSTRUCTION


DIVISION OF SHIP DESIGN
Revised July 1962

Contents

Introduction

Reporting forms

Nuclear Propulsion Systems.


Steel

Outfit

Machinery

Summary forms
Index

For sale by the Superintendent of Documents, U.S.


Price

Government

30 cents

Printing Office,

Washington

25,

D.C.

Introduction
The weight classification system presented in this volume is a revision of the Maritime
Commission system published under a similar title in July 1940. This system is now in general use among merchant ship designers and builders in the United States.
in the classification system but descriptions have been clariand enlarged to include new equipment and materials now common in the industry. The copious, cross-referenced index has been expanded to include these new items and now generally
encompasses by common name every item of equipment and material found on a modern mer-

No basic changes have been made


fied

chant vessel.

The system comprises three major groupings:

GROUPS
GROUPS
GROUPS

STEEL

OUTFIT

MACHINERY
The major groupings encompass

all

of the

0-0

to

9-9

10-0

to

19-9

20-0

to

29-9

LIGHT SHIP WEIGHT which

is

further defined

as follows:

The LIGHT SHIP WEIGHT shall be the weight of the ship with all its equipment and outfit,
including permanent ballast (solid and liquid), spare parts, regardless of by whom furnished,
water in boilers to normal steaming level, machinery in working condition, lubricating oil in
all machinery, but not in storage tanks, water in piping systems in the machinery spaces,
water in fresh water systems and firemains, but without any items of consumable or variable
load, as liquids in double bottom tanks, deep tanks, storage or reserve supply tanks or any
allowance for cargo, stores, passengers, crew and their effects.

Reporting Forms
(See appended samples)

Each
Each

of the
of

groups of

the

STEEL

groups

of

Each of the groups of

The LIGHT SHIP

should be reported on

OUTFIT

should

MACHINERY

be

Forms similar

reported on

should be reported on

to

Forms

MA-36A

similar to

Forms similar

to

and B.

MA -36C

and D.

MA-36E and

F.

Form similar to MA -335. The summary


STEEL, OUTFIT, MACHINERY, and FIXED BALLAST, if any, with a

SUMMARY

should be reported on a

should include total


sub- total of the above items and suitable weight and center of gravity margins, as necessary.
of LIGHT SHIP and DEADWEIGHT items comprising each condition of displacement should be reported on Forms MA-335.

The summary

detailed work, or takeoff, for each group of STEEL, OUTFIT and MACHINERY should
be reported on Forms similar to MA-36G. The work should be presented in an orderly and
concise manner to facilitate comparison with plans and specifications. Derivation of unit weights
involving more than one factor, such as joiner linings with furring and trim, should be developed
in detail from the various components.
Sketches should be included where necessary, as in
the development of unit weights for refrigeration insulation and sheathing. Derivation of quantities, areas or volumes should be indicated, (e.g., 5' x 3' = 15 sq. ft.) and located by frame
numbers and decks, (e.g., Frame 86, BoatDeck). Sketches or rough diagrams on supplementary
sheets should be provided where necessary, as for deck covering or piping systems. Where
many small pieces are taken, quantities should be recapitulated by type. Where weights are
derived from curves, plots or tabulations, copies of these data should be furnished with the
work sheets. Work sheets should be numbered independently for each group, as sheet 2 of 5
and the group summary should be shown on the last sheet, as sheet 5 of 5.

The

Nuclear Propulsion Systems


At this stage of development in nuclear ship propulsion, it would be venturesome to outline a
weight classification system to cover the many types of reactors being considered for ship
propulsion. It is suggested, however, that REACTOR and SHIELDING be treated as a separate
item on the Light Ship Summary to facilitate comparison with other means of propulsion.

The following
as a check

list

listing of major components in a pressurized water reactor installation is offered


and a possible weight classification system for this type installation:

REACTOR AND SHIELDING


1.

SECONDARY SHIELDING

2.

CONTAINMENT VESSEL
Containment vessel
Containment vessel supports
Containment vessel access

3.

COMPONENTS

IN

CONTAINMENT VESSEL

Reactor vessel
Reactor internals
Reactor control rod drive and supports
Boilers

Pressurizers

Tanks
Foundations
Lifting and handling equipment
Piping systems, including pumps
Lighting
Ventilation and airconditioning systems
Thermal shield
Primary shielding
Liquids in piping and equipment
4.

COMPONENTS OUTSIDE CONTAINMENT VESSEL


Reactor control system and instrumentation
Cooling system
Control consoles
Ion exchangers
Buffer seal
Surge tank

pumps

Waste storage tank


Liquids in equipment and piping
Health physics lab equipment
5.

MISCELLANEOUS
Collision barrier

Take home propulsion system

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Group No.

0-0

STEM CASTING
Include castings used for forefoot and also
upper portion of stem. A paravane skeg integral with the stem casting to be included
here.
Stems formed by rolled plates to be
included in shell plating.
If pipe or special
forgings are used, include these in this group.

0-1

the rudder bearers and pintles.

weldments are used, include

0-3

If

BILGE KEELS
Plating and connections to shell or shapes
or forgings used for bilge keels to be included in this group. Do not include filling.

built up

1-4

Include spectacle frames and other castings


used to support or form the t

1-5

keel rubbing strips and structural


fenders used to prevent damage to the shell.

Do
2-0

not include filling for fenders, etc.

CENTER VERTICAL KEEL


Includes plates, straps, doublers, liners and
angle connections to shell and inner bottom
between Peak Bulkheads only. Also include
intermediate brackets between frames that
are for the purpose of giving additional stiffness, but not if they are worked in to support
machinery or for some similar purpose. Include docking brackets in group 2-1.

PARAVANE CASTINGS

2-1

TRANSVERSE FRAMING

IN

I.

B.

Floors, angles to inner bottom, shell, margin


plate and C. V. K., if same is continuous,
Doubling plates around lightening or
etc.
access holes or special stiffening on a floor
to be included here, as well as partial or
bracket floors. W. T. or O. T. floors in
line with a similar bulkhead over are to be
included here. Do not include structure in

and outer keels, also straps, doublings and


but does not include rubbing strips
attached to the keel plate.
liners,

SHELL PLATING
Includes all the main shell plating up to the
strength deck and to Forecastle, Poop and
Bridge Decks, if existing; including sheer
strake with shell doublersand reinforcements
which provide for structural discontinuities
or are required for local stiffening. Does not

RUBBING STRIPS AND FENDERS


Include

SHAFT STRUTS

FLAT PLATE KEEL

BOSS PLATING
Plating on bossing to be taken here.

BOSS CASTING

Does not include bar keels which if used should


go in group 0-5. Includes keel plate from
stem to stern frame or skeg. Includes inner

1-1

BULWARKS

Deck.
1-3

Include castings that are provided for paravane fittings if the same are not incorporated with the stem casting.

1-0

In-

Include bulwark plating above sheer strake.


Also angle or other metal cap if structural.
Do not include curtain plates where deck
becomes an open deck or bulwarks in Superstructures. Include Breakwaters on Weather

in this group.

This group is to provide for struts when the


propellers utilizing naked shafting and propeller struts and spring struts are used. If
small bosses are used where the shaft goes
through the shell, put these in 0-2.
0-4

1-2

STERN FRAME CASTING


Includes casting and forgings of stern frame
and rudder post on single screw vessels. Include also propeller hub and propeller boss
if cast integral or welded to the structure.
On twin screw ships this also includes the
casting for the skeg as well as the casting for

0-2

include fenders or other attachments.


clude straps, liners, etc.

Peak Tanks.
2-2

LONGITUDINAL FRAMING

IN

I.

B.

Includes all longitudinals inside the inner


bottom, except the center vertical keel. Angles to inner bottom, shell, to floors if Ion-

Group No.

2-2

LONGITUDINAL FRAMING

IN

I.

and coaming plates or curtain plates where


the deck extends fore or aft beyond the shell
line. Do not include pillar or local doublings
for foundations. List separately deck beams
both longitudinal or transverse forming the
support of the decks. Do not include longitudinal girders or special local beams or
girders used for foundations. Frame brackets
are in group 2-3. Where deck plating is continuous in way of tanks such as in way of
fore peak tank, even though lightened, it is
to be taken in this group.

B.-Con.

gitudinals are intercoastal, doubling plates,


flat bar or other stiffeners, intermediates
used for docking keels, etc., but not for foundations, to be included in this group. Do not
include structure in Peak Tanks.

2-3

TRANSVERSE FRAMING OUTSIDE

I.

B.

Includes all transverse frames outside of inner bottom except those in the peaks and
special deep web frames.
Ordinary web
frames as required by classification to support a longitudinal system of framing to be
Include brackets to
included in this group.

4-0

also 2-7.

2-4

LONGITUDINAL FRAMING OUTSIDE

I.

B.

Includes all bar longitudinals and stringers,


including those which continue the structural
continuity of a deck after the

same ceases

to

Do not include breast hooks, etc., in


exist.
peaks. Includes plate angles, bracket gussets,
doublings, etc.
2-5

FRAMING

IN

4-1

for

T.

BULKHEADS

TRANSVERSE

W. T.

AND

O. T.

BULKHEADS

This group comprises the transverse watertight or O. T. bulkheads forming tank boundaries or other tight enclosures not included
in 4-0.
Only that portion of the bulkhead
above the innerbottom to be taken except in
way of discontinuities of the inner bottom in
which case the bulkhead is to be taken as ex-

PEAKS

Include bare transverse frames solid and open


or partial floors, breast hooks, stringers, etc.
Essentially this group covers all the framing
in the fore and after peak tanks, except

beams

MAIN TRANSVERSE W.

Includes all the main subdivision bulkheads of


the vessel which segregate the vessel into
watertight compartments and function in the
longitudinal subdivision of the ship.
Bulkheads to be taken as extending from shell to
shell and inner bottom to the strength deck,
poop, bridge and forecastle deck except those
bulkheads at the end of the inner bottom which
are to be taken as extending from the keel.
Include plating, boundary bar stiffeners, bulkhead girders, brackets, doublers, liners, etc.

deck beams and margin brackets above the


margin plate as well as gusset plates, reverse bars, intermediate frames, etc. See

Deck over Tanks.

tending from the shell.

2-6

TRANSOM AND CANTS


4-2
the transom and all cant frames
the same with angles, brackets and

Include
abaft

WEB FRAMES
Include special webs designed to take racking
stresses or act as column support for topside members. Include stiffeners, clips, etc.

4-3
3-0 to 3-9

DECK PLATING AND BEAMS

Cover plating of Forecastle, Poop and Bridge


Decks, when existing and all decks from the
strength deck down including partial decks
where they have approximate continuity of
line except for brackets for such spaces as
machinery, etc. Do not include flats or half
decks if the same are local extending for only
a small portion of the vessel's length. List
each deck separately. Include all plating and
such doublers as are provided for compensation of openings.
Also stringer, angles,

T.

AND

O. T.

This group comprises the longitudinal watertight & O. T. bulkheads forming tank boundries or other tight enclosures.
Only that
portion of the bulkhead above the innerbottom
to be taken.

miscellaneous connections as necessary.


2-7

LONGITUDINAL BULKHEADS W.

STRUCTURAL

N. W. T.

BULKHEADS

Those bulkheads forming part

of the integral

structure of the ship, as those that serve as


web frames, replace a line of pillars, or perform some similar function. Unless a bulkhead is complete in place for a web frame,
do not include it in this group. Include plating, angles to decks and shell or other bulkheads if this is the intercoastal member; also
stiffeners, brackets, etc.
These bulkheads
to be only those in the hull proper. Do not
include bulkheads in superstructure in this
group.

Group No.

Group No.

NON-STRUCTURAL BULKHEADS

4-4

These are mostly

partition bulkheads,

6-0

formed

All plating forming the inner bottom including center strake, margin plate and margin
and bounding angles. Gussets to hold frame
brackets to be in 2-3. Where the inner bottom plating is continuous but lightened, viz.,
in way of a tank, it is to be included in this
group. Doublings, except where forming part
of foundations such as under machinery and
Include also
pillars to be included here.
brackets in way of inner bottom discontinu-

of light plating, serving as boundaries to such


spaces as W. C.'s, storerooms, etc. These
bulkheads in general are those formed of a

coaming

plate,

welded or otherwise connecteJ

the deck and a bulkhead plate with light


stiffeners. Bulkheads formed of plates under
five pounds as sheet metal bulkheads, corruto

gated or non-corrugated, to be included in


group 10-4. Wire mesh or expanded metal
bulkhead to be taken under group 11-4. These
bulkheads to be only those in the hull proper.
Do not include bulkheads in superstructure
in this group.

ities.

6-1

Includes cargo and access trunks, also those


bulkheads forming the sides of the engine and
boiler casings if the same are not integral
with the main structural bulkheads of the ship.
Also includes pipe trunks and vent trunks
when structural. Includes plating, stiffeners,
shelf plates, connections to deck, etc. Take
the complete trunk in this group. Any portion
of trunk extending above weather deck forming hatch coaming to be taken in group 4-8.

include all plating and doublers, exclusive of those used for foundations, beams,
bounding angles of decks below the
strength deck which extend over only a small
portion of the vessel's length. Decks which
are discontinuous only in way of the engine
and boiler rooms or for a small portion of
the vessels length are to be taken in group 3.

and

6-4

Where pipe trunks or other trunks do not


serve as structural members, i.e., are less
than

7.5#

lb.

plate,

include in this group.

6-5

Steel bulkheads

6-6

Includes that portion of the hatch coaming not


a web beam, longitudinal girder or

5-9

plating, stiffeners and

7-0

MAIN ENGINE FOUNDATIONS


Include engine girders and webs, reduction
gear foundations, thrust bearing foundations
and any other foundations required for the
main propelling machinery. Only that part
of the structure whose sole purpose is that
of supporting or strengthening in way of the
machinery, such as doublers, miscellaneous
longitudinals, partial floors, etc., inside or
outside the inner bottom to be included. Include plating, angles or other connections to
bulkheads, decks or inner bottoms.

PILLARS AND GIRDERS

Include pipe or other structural sections


used to support vertical loads from decks,
etc., except where those sections are used
also as stiffeners for structural or W. T.
bulkheads in which case they are to be taken
in group 4.
Head and heel fittings and doublers required under stanchions to be taken
Also include all longitudinal
in this group.
and transverse girders with their brackets
and stiffeners and doublers supporting deck
beams or other vertical loads. Do not include pillars and girders in superstructures.

MISCELLANEOUS FLATS AND FLOORS


the plating, beams, stiffeners and
bounding angles of all miscellaneous flats
and floors below the strength deck, which are
not included in 6-1 to 6-5.

hatch trunk.

to

including

Include

HATCH COAMINGS
formed by

5-0

floors

bounding angles within cofferdams.

forming stair enclosures as

required by regulations except where the same


are structural bulkheads to be included here
and not in group 4-5.

4-8

COFFERDAM FLOORS
All

STAIR ENCLOSURES

4-7

COFFERDAM FLATS
Include all plating, beams, stiffeners, bounding
angles, etc., of flats which form the bottom
or top of deep tanks when these flats are not
in line with a deck. Where these flats are in
line with decks or platform decks they will
be taken in group 3 or 6-1.

NON-STRUCTURAL TRUNKS

4-6

PLATFORM DECKS
To

STRUCTURAL TRUNKS

4-5

INNER BOTTOM PLATING

7-1

BOILER FOUNDATIONS
Include all saddles, webs, brackets and doublers which are required to support and

Group No.

7-1

BOILER FOUNDATIONS-Con.
strengthen in way of the main boilers.
clude similar structure as in 7-0.

7-2

closed by same above the strength deck which


are separate from the main deck houses such
as fan, resistor houses, houses enclosing stair
wells, elevator machinery, etc.

In-

AUXILIARY MACHINERY FOUNDATIONS

-9

Includes structural material, used as a support of those auxiliaries located in the engine
or boiler rooms. Also includes foundations
for such auxiliaries as generators, evaporators and distillers, refrigerating machinery,
machinery space ventilating units, force draft
blowers, etc., wherever located.

7-3

SHAFT STOOLS
Include all the structure whose sole purpose
is supporting the shaft bearings.

7-4

MISCELLANEOUS FOUNDATIONS
Include here foundations for steering gear,
windlass and other deck machinery, formed
of structural steel. Also include foundations
for ventilating and airconditioning units and
all other machinery not otherwise allocated.
Wood filling to be taken with carpenter work.
Includes deck doublers, headers, clips, etc.

STACK ENCLOSURES
Include all the structure enclosing the uptakes, inner stack, outer stack, etc., such
as side plating and stiffeners, bracing, cover
plates and stiffeners, san pan, hoods, etc.,
above the uppermost deck or deck house in
way of the stack. Where there is a small
deck house whose main purpose is to support or house the uptakes it is to be included
in this group. Where the stack is formed by
only the uptake an air space and an outer
casing the whole is to be taken under machinery weights. Include Dummy stacks unless they serve other functions, e.g., king-

9-0

RIVETING

Do

not include in this group the total weight


of rivets ordered for the vessel. Include only
the excess weight due to the rivet heads and
points.

See note group 9-2.

7-9

GUN FOUNDATIONS
9-1
Include

all plates,

etc.,

required to support and strengthen


guns and gun blast.

8-0 to 8-7

WELDING

doublers, webs, brackets,

beams, girders, stanchions,

As

which are
in

way

group 9-0 do not include the total


of welding wire ordered.
Include
the excess weight caused by welding.

in

weight

of

only

Consideration should be given to the amount


removed in the welding process.

of base metal

SUPERSTRUCTURES

See note group 9-2.


Include those principal structures above the
strength deck including deck and side plating,
provided the latter is not part of the shell.
All bulkheads and trunks whether structural
or non- structural, bulwarks, curtain plates,
coamings, pillars and girders should be included.
Endeavor to keep each tier of the
houses separate, subdividing the same by the
use of numbers 8-0 to 8-7 inclusive. Include
the house sides, interior bulkheads and deck
over for each tier in each group.

8-8

MISCELLANEOUS HOUSES
All small house structures, their side plating and stiffeners, top plating and beams,

bulkheads, trunks,

pillars and girders

en-

9-2

MILL TOLERANCE
group allow the excess weight due to
mill tolerance.
Do not use the maximum
tolerance claimed by the mill, but only the
probable average tolerance for the whole
steel order.
This is much smaller than the
tolerance of individual pieces.
In this

Based on data developed by the Maritime Administration, a reasonable allowance


for the sum of groups 9-0, 9-1, and 9-2 is
2 1/2 percent of the Subtotal Groups
through
8, inclusive. This based on construction
practices for so-called all welded ships circa
Note:

1960.

Outfit
Group No.

Group No.

10-0

STEEL MASTS, KINGPOSTS, ETC.


Masts

(all

10-4

types)

Shelving

Towers

Racks

Kingposts
Vang posts or support structure
Boom step support structure

Bins

Include framing and fittings for the above.


Do not include metal furniture in galley and
pantry.

Include all structural bracing, cross trees,


cross -connecting girders, trusses, and platforms, other than house tops.

11-0
10-1

SHEET METAL WORK

STEEL BOOMS
Cargo booms
Boat booms
Sounding booms
Miscellaneous booms

DECK CASTINGS, MOORING FOOTINGS


Bits:

Jack staff
Ensign staff

Towing, moor-

ing, riding

Chocks:

Yard arms

Open, closed,

roller, towing, bul-

wark, mallory
Fair leaders
Cleats
Towing hook

Gaffs

Do not include any caps, steps, goosenecks,


bands or other fittings. (Include these in
group 11-1.)

Foundation for
above
Mooring pipes
Bolsters
Hawse pipes

Deck rings
Chain pipes

Include welded or cast construction.

10-2

STEEL HATCH COVERS AND BEAMS


Covers

Beams
Beams

Jacks
Hinges

11-1

Shroud bands
Stay bands
Topmast bands
Boom bands
Boom goosenecks

Rigging screws
Pin rails
Belaying pins

Deckpads and eye

Include special devices for opening and stowing covers.

Boom sockets
Boom swivels
Boom caps

accume-

Turnbuckles
Chain plates

rests
Batten bars
Batten cleats

Locking bars

Tracks
Rollers

Opening devices
Gaskets

Include structural steel in all cargo hatches.

Include pumps, motors, controllers,

lators, actuators, piping, valves, etc., but list

Boom steps
Boom pedestals

such devices separately on work sheets.


Note:

Kingpost fittings
Cleats
bolts

Thimbles
Locknuts
Rings and cleats for
boom vangs

See also groups 12-4 and 13-1.

11-2
10-3

MAST AND SPAR FORGINGS

STEEL STAIRWAYS
Risers

Treads

Stringers

Steps

Landings and beams


Includes those stairways built into the ship
consisting of solid risers and steps. Enclosures boxing in a stair, even though the same
supports the sides, are to be included in hull
steel. Ornamental balustrades and rails to
be taken in Decorative Joiner Work, group
14-4.

Include deck coverings, nosings, etc., in groups

13-8 or 13-9.

RAILS AND STANCHIONS


Rails, solid rod
Rails, pipe
Rails, brass

Rail fittings
Rail braces

Awning stanchions

Rails, chain
Rails, portable

Jack rods

Rails, storm
Rail stanchions for

Ridge poles
Spreaders

Fittings for above

above
Rails on ladders to be included with ladder.
Decorative railings, as balustrades on stairs,
to be included with Decorative Joiner Work,
groups 14-4.

Group No.

11-3

LADDERS
Outside ladders,
vertical and inclined
Rails for above

Air compressors
Pressure pumps
Pressure tanks

Tank ladders
Rungs on masts and
Rungs on vents
Escape ladders

Hold ladders

12-1

Include all ladders except accommodation,


and boat ladders, i.e., ladders not customarily carried in place.

MISCELLANEOUS HULL FITTINGS


Portable hatch and
port brows
Davits: Stores, accommodation ladder,

anchor
Fittings for above

Leadsmans platform
fittings

Emergency rudder
chain

Chain locker grating


and fittings

Lumber

chains

Visor frame
Docking plugs
Label plates

12-2

Builder's plates
Ship's name

Draft marks
Steel ladder cribbing

Innerbottom tanks

Cofferdams
F. W. and F. O. tanks

ports, etc.

12-3 AIRPORTS,

Fixed lights

Trolley tracks and


12-4

plates
Pipe protection
Sanitary bulkheads

and doors

O. T.

OR

W. T.

Cargo ports, hinged

Hatches to stores

and sliding
Misc. watertight
hatches, raised and

Mucking ports
Freeing port covers and grating
Passenger ports
Coaling ports

Misc. oiltight hatches


to deep tanks

Include activating gear with these items but


list separately on work sheets.

plastic,

Anchor, spare tailshaft, spare pro-

dea dlight

covers,

deck gear (fastenings for boxes), booms,

12-5 N. W. T.
N.

RATPROOFING

Note:

Includes metal flashings, wire mesh panels,


boxing in girders, beams, etc. Also other
paneling or means required by U. S. Public
Health for this purpose. Fastenings, fittings,
such as framing for mesh, etc., to be included here.

vVire

mesh doors

in

group 11-4.

These doors are those formed of steel plate


with suitable stiffening, as opposed to joiner
doors formed of sheet metal. Hardware for
doors
12-6

DOORS

STEEL DOORS

W. T. doors
Weathertight doors
Bolted plate doors

lines,

etc., but not reels.

12-0 SLIDING W. T.

HATCHES AND PORTS

flush

etc.)

11-5

to:

Peak tanks
Holds
Chain locker
Sea chests

Air scoops
Insect screens
Deadlight covers

Windows

in holds

pellers, scuttle covers,

scuttles
Shell manholes

WINDOWS AND LIGHTS

Airports

Rigid awning (steel,

Stowage:

Watertight and
non-watertight

Includes manholes and scuttles

Deep tanks

Key tags and rings

aluminum

MANHOLES AND SCUTTLES

Handholes

Zincs or other sacrificial anodes


Padeyes
Lashing gear
Hinged platforms
Guard rods for

fittings

DOORS

Watertight manholes

plates

Grain fittings
Tonnage opening

T.

Oiltight manholes
Bolted plate manholes

Wire mesh bulkheads and doors

Sea steps
Portable slop and ash
chutes
Trolley hoists

HINGED W.

Manually operated or remote controlled include control gear and general items as in
group 12-0.

Boom crotches
Boom rests
Berth number

Chafing plates
Metal platforms
Name boards

gear

Hand operated gear

Return tank

pilot

11-4

Electric control

Motors

kingposts

Ladder rungs

Hydraulic control
gear

to be included here.

SKYLIGHTS AND COMPANIONS


Skylight covers

Doors

Make-up tank

Fidley covers

Frames

Piping

Lifting gear

Companion hatches
Companion ways

Group No.

Group No.

13-0

WOODEN MASTS AND SPARS


Masts, top

Yards
Cargo booms
Coaling booms
Flagpoles
Jack and ensign staffs
Pudding booms
Gaffs

13-8

Sounding machine

booms
Steering pole
Bowsprits

Include those coverings manufactured and


laid as a unit, sheet or tile such as linoleum,
vinyl rubber, asbestos, cork. Include underlayment and fastenings for holding the same
in place.

Derricks
Misc. spars

Trucks
13-1

WOOD HATCH COVERS


Wood covers

for cargo
hatches
Boards for tonnage
openings

Wedges
Wood beams

Metal lumber
covers
Fastenings
Lifting handles
Metal sheathing
wood covers

Include coves other than joiner.


Include stair treads, stair nosings, non-slip
treads, rubber matting, etc.

See group 16-2 for rugs and carpets.


13-9

Includes also covers made of materials substituted for wood, if not structural steel.

13-2

Metal battens
deep tanks

Grounds
Cargo battens

Batten clips

Wood sheathing outside

Tiling:

14-0

Wood in bilge keels


Wood in rudder
Deck strips
Wood cribbing

heads

Damping boards
Shoveling flats
Wood pipe casings
Wood shelving in store

rooms
Stringer chocks
Port brows, incl.
sheathings

Mast wedging
Wood in foundations
Windlass,
winches, bits, capstan, towing engine,
searchlights, dynafor:

mos, ice machine,


sounding machine,

Caulking, mastic, etc.

INTERIOR JOINER

WORK

Bulkheads
Linings
Ceiling

Doors and frames

Ventilator plugs

Joiner bases or coves

Hatch brows

doorways
Misc. gratings except in reefer
spaces
Chocks for anchors,

booms
Rope racks
Fastenings and
miscellaneous
fittings for above
Solid

wood shutters

14-2

etc.

Tables
Chairs

Desks
Dressing tables
Vanities

Beds and berths


including springs
Stools
Seats

Pianos, television sets


Juke boxes
bolts, studs,

Cornices
Moldings
Airport and window
boxing

FURNITURE

Dressers

Deck

Posts

Furring

Portable brows for-

WOOD DECKS (CAULKED)


Deck planking
Deck margin planks

14-1

Tonnage doors

etc.

13-7

WOODEN HOUSES
Includes wood houses ordinarily built in the
shop and then lifted into place and secured.

MISCELLANEOUS CARPENTER WORK


Uncaulked decks

Ceramic, mosaic, brick, non-slip

Wall tile
Flashing
Clips and fastenings for above

Fastenings
Sheathing

Fenders, hanging or

tile.

Tile cove

in

fixed
Shifting boards, bulk-

(hold ceiling See

15-9.)

Cement under

deep tanks
13-3

CEMENT AND TILE COVERINGS


Cement deck covering

HOLD CEILING AND SPARRING


Hold ceiling
Bilge ceiling

MISCELLANEOUS DECK COVERINGS


Include composition coverings as dexo-tex,
magnesite, latex or equal, when used alone
or as an underlayment. Include metal stripping or inserts, deck clips or other means to
hold composition in place.

Boat booms
Propeller booms

Secretary bureaus
Sofas
Chiffoniers

Book shelves
Book cases

Transoms
Lockers
Built-in

wardrobes

Sideboards
Chests
Altars

This includes all the furniture normally used


by the passengers and crew for their necessities and comfort. It does not include equip-

Group No.

Group No.

14-2

15-2

FURNITURE-- Con.
ment provided for

14-3

group.

Awning ball and


ridge ropes
Boat boom bridle
and guys
stay
Sounding machine
Signal span, funnel guys
boom guys
Ratlines, davit spans
and guys

DECORATIVE JOINER WORK

Running Rigging

Includes those items of joiner work which are


more or less purely ornamental such as ornamental balustrades, pilasters, pillar casings, cornices and moldings, ornamental mirrors, paintings, murals, etc.

Cargo falls
Topping lifts and
purchase
Vangs and purchases

Shrouds, back stays


Topmast shrouds, head
stays
Preventer stay, triatic

JOINER DECKS
Dance floors and parquet type flooring which
is laid in an artistic manner are to be included in this group:

Do

not put caulked decks or

normal tongue and groove flooring

14-4

RIGGING AND BLOCKS


Standing Rigging

offices, utility spaces, etc.

See group 16-1.

in this

Cargo slings
Boat

14-5

ACCOMMODATION LADDER

topping

Accommodation ladder

Ladders
Platforms
Fittings for installing and stowing

14-8

boom

lift

INSULATION IN QUARTERS
This covers the temperature insulation fitted
for protection of the space from heat or cold.
Also include materials specifically utilized
for sound insulation or absorption. Include
fastenings, furring, metal sheathing and mesh
for covering or holding insulation in place
Joiner sheathing in group 14-1.

pendent and purchase


Flag and signal
halliards

falls and guys


Watch tackle, deck

Anchor

tackle
Painter's tackle
Anchor davit falls
Store davit falls

Wireless halliards
Blocks for running

Spare blocks
Fittings

Chain pendants

15-3

Rigging for hold

cranes
Fender ropes
Hatch cover hoist

light hal-

liards

rigging

Thimbles, cargo
hooks, sister
hooks, turnbuckles

CANVAS WORK
Hatch Tarpaulins, Weather and Lower Decks

14-9

FIRE INSULATION

Tonnage hatch tarpau-

Includes insulation on bulkheads or decks


where required by fire regulations as around
stair enclosures, fire screen bulkheads, machinery spaces, etc. Include clips, furring,
fastening, wire mesh and sheet metal cover-

lins

15-0

ANCHORS, CHAINS, LINES


Bower anchors
Spare bower
Kedges
Stream anchors

Chain

Stream chain or
line

Tow

Shackles
Swivels

Hawsers

Warps
Hawser reels

lines
Mooring lines

Covers Pelorus

Awnings

Covers Range

(if

rigid in-

clude in 11-4)
Covers Winches, incl.
boat

ings, etc.

Covers Telegraph
Covers Skylight

Spare tarpaulins

finders

Covers Searchlights

Covers Windlass
Covers Capstan
Covers rope reel

Covers -Funnel
Covers Pilot house

Covers Ventilators
Covers Binnacle
Covers-Gangway
Covers Emergency

Covers Sounding
machine
Covers Crow's

steering stand

Weather cloths
Dodgers

hood

nest

Covers Gyro

re-

peaters

Covers Windsails

BOATS AND BOAT HANDLING


Boats
Davits
Boat winches

Tackle
Boat cranes
Boat outfits

Boat
Boat
Boat
Boat

ladders
covers
slings

stowage

fittings

15-4

MISCELLANEOUS DECK OUTFIT


Navigating lights
Navigating instruments
Compasses Standard
Pelorus

Sounding machine,

mech.
Leads and lines
Ships bells

Group No.

Group No.

Lyle gun and equip-

ment

Flag racks
Life rafts and equip-

ment
Life bouys, plain and

Steel tables

Hot water boilers


Dish racks in the gal-

Dressers

Fog horns
Day shapes
Water lights

ley
Pot racks

Signal lanterns
Taffrail log

Toasters

luminous
Life preservers
Barometers

Anchor

Binoculars

Chronometers
Megaphones
Marking boards

Charts

Safety lamps
Ships plans
Plan frames

Sounding boards
Notice boards

License frames
Storm oil and tanks
Navigating books and

Thermometers

16-1

Telescopes
Lamp and paint

room fitting
Deck gear boxes

tables

and Jacob's
ladders
Carpenter and boat
line boxes

Pilot

Misc. utensils

stowage

Garbage stowage can


Equipment lockers

Ice bins
Ice cream

Refrigerators not built


into the structure
Pots and pans

chines
Scales
Silver polishers

ma-

UTILITY SPACE EQUIPMENT


Includes all equipment and furnishings for
those spaces devoted to administration and
functional operation of the vessel.

Laundry Equipment

Stowage for the


above

PAINT

Washing machines
Drying machines

Laundry tubs
Ironing boards

Extractors

Sorting tables

Tumblers

Marking machines
Stowage racks and

Includes all paint applied to steel work and


fittings and outfit. Also bitumastic coverings
and coatings where applied as a finish in tanks
and miscellaneous places. Does not include
paint, varnish, lacquer, or other finishes applied to items which are furnished in a finished condition.

Presses
Laundry trucks
Collar presser
Shirt formers

CEMENT

including liquid
therefor
Shelving

Include cement in bilges, pipe tunnels, hold


Alceilings, peaks and inaccessible spaces.
so include cement wash used as tank coatings
and tar and cement compounds. Does not include cement when used as a sub-base for
deck covering.

Do not include cement or other material used for Fixed Ballast. Fixed ballast
should be listed as an additional item on the

Note:

light ship

fittings

Egg boilers
Metal sinks
Slop chute

lights

Misc. furniture and

Dish washers
Chopping blocks
Meat rack in galley
Meat hooks

Water coolers

Boat hooks

Clocks

15-9

P roofer boxes

Meridian or pitometer log

Signal lights
Flags and bunting

15-8

Stability indicators

bins
Hand irons
Pants presses

Valet Equipment

Dry cleaning machines

Pressing equipment
Tables

Racks

Hospital Spaces

Operating tables
Dentist equipment
Treatment stands
Examining chairs
Hospital beds and
misc. furniture

Biological analysis

equipment
Stretchers
Instrument cabinets

machines
X-ray machines
Sterilizing

summary.
Barber and Beauty Shop Furnishings

16-0

GALLEY AND PANTRY EQUIPMENT

Includes all e q u i p
e n t used in galleys and
pantries devoted to the preparation or service of food for crew and/or passengers. Includes the following:

Stoves and ranges

Dough machines

Ovens

Kitchen mixing
chines

Hot water and coffee


urns
Hot plates

Slicing

ma-

machines

Bain maries

Broilers
Griddles

Vegetable prepara-

Bake ovens

Stock kettles

tion

machines

Barber chairs

Wave machines

Beauty chairs

Misc. barber stools


Cabinets

Manicure tables
Hair dryers

Shelving, etc.

Print Shop Equipment

Stowage racks
Misc. tables

Presses
Type racks

And other furnishings


Bars and Bar Equipn

Composing pots

ent

Coils

Dressers

Mixers

Refrigerators

Group No.

16-1

Group No.

UTILITY SPACE EQUIPMENT- Con.

Bar and Bar Equipment Con.


machines

Tops

Ice

Shelving

Misc. equipment

Offices

Foam systems
Spanners
Steam smothering

Hose racks

piping
Electrical detecting

Smoke detecting

systems
Manual fire alarm
systems

Breathing apparatus

Fire pails
Fire axes

systems
Sand
Fire barrels

Includes all furniture, equipment and furnishings for offices which are segregated into

separate compartments such as deck office,


engineer's office located outside of machinery space, purser's offices, steward's offices, chef's office, doctor's office. Equipment
for miscellaneous shops as novelty, dress,
flower, etc., including show cases, display
racks, cash registers, etc.

Chart

17-1

Includes all equipment for heating quarters,


whether by direct heating or through ventilating systems and includes:

Radiators

Thermo tanks
Pumps
Preheaters
Steam supply piping (from Aux. steam main)
Drain piping (to drain collecting system)

Room and Wheelhouse

Furniture, chart tables, stools, etc.

16-2

Unit air conditioners


Steam and water supply and return to unit
heaters
Electric heaters
Pipe insulation

STEWARD'S OUTFIT
Includes in general all those items of equipment and furnishings devoted to the living
comfort and entertainment of passengers and

crew such

as:

Note:

Sheets
Pillows

Glassware

Mattresses
Towels
Cushions
Table linen
Cleaning gear includ-

Crockery
Chinaware
Rugs and carpets

ing

vacuum cleaners

(not

17-2

fit

Potted plants

VENTILATION-NATURAL

Deck games
Cuspidors and ash

ment
Gym equipment

Swimming pool

Deck chairs
Deck blankets

17-3

trays

VENTILATION-MECHANICAL
Include all mechanical ventilation except that
for machinery spaces. (See group 28-3.)

equipment
Coat hangers
Hat and coat racks

Fans
Motors
Non -structural ducts
Insulation

16-4

to 8

DEFENSE FEATURES

Terminals
Louvres
Hoods

Preferably listed as separate item in Light


Ship

17-0

Summary.

Includes in general all fire detecting and extinguishing equipment except firemains.

Sprinkling systems

C0 2 systems
Fire hose
Hose nozzles

Screenings
Misc. heads

Hangers and fastenings for above


Dehumidifiers,
filters, etc.

Dampers

Note: Cargo ventilation systems should be


separately summarized on work sheets.

FIRE DETECTING AND EXTINGUISHING


SYSTEMS

Fire extinguishers,
portable and fixed

air conditioning compressors,

Includes natural ventilation both supply and


exhaust. Includes trunks not serving as hull
structure, cowls, mushroom tops, goosenecks, metal and wood plugs for vent tubes,
miscellaneous ducts of sheet metal, plate,
pipe, etc., insulation, hangers, stiffening; also dampers and spray shields as required.

Curtains
Motion picture out-

Children play equip-

Library books
Bed spreads

Main

receivers, condensers and pumps are included in group 17-4.

Silverware

Miscellaneous decorative items such as:

Detached pictures
murals)

HEATING SYSTEM

17-4

REFRIGERATING SYSTEMS
complete systems

and installafor refrigerated cargo, ref. stores,


cooled spaces, and air conditioning systems
except as noted:

Include the
tions

Group No.

Group No.

Piping (brine,

S.

Notes:

Manifolds

Include only clean ballast systems.

Include piping systems connected with water


anti- rolling tank installations.

Insulation on the above.

Sheathing
Gratings
Lagging
Doors and hardware
Miscellaneous

pump

pump
Bilge piping

W., refrigerant)

Ship's stores boxes


coils and piping
Cargo boxes cold
diffuse rs

Insulation

18-1

Flooring
Furring

Cargo

oil

Lining
Insulation and

18-2

PLUMBING FIXTURES AND DRAINS


Sewage disposal tanks
Sewage disposal pumps
Sewage disposal piping
Fixtures, incl. lavatories
Closets, water
Urinals

Tubs
Shower fixtures
Shower drains
Bidets
Slop sinks

Drinking fountains
Fixtures and accessories
Miscellaneous Dispensing equipment
17-6

DECK SCUPPERS
Covers those drains from open decks and
other compartments which lead overboard or
to the bilges. Includes:
Piping

Scuppers
Fastenings
Note especially, scuppers from bridges, house
tops, 'tween decks, chain locker, deck storerooms, refrigerated spaces, galley and pantries, steering engine room, deck machinery
foundations, resistor houses.

each piping system, include all strainers,


hangers, manifolds, valves, miscellaneous
and piping casings or other

In

fittings, insulation

protection.

Valves, reducing or
otherwise
Insulation or lagging
18-3

BILGE AND BALLAST SYSTEM


Bilge

pump

Standby bilge

pump

Ballast pump clean


Ballast piping

pumps

oil piping

oil heating

coils

is

in

steam driven.
Hangers
Fittings

Protection

Drain Cocks

FIRE MAINS
Fire

pump

Hydrants

General service pump

Special couplings

Piping

18-4

SANITARY AND FRESH WATER SYSTEM


Includes salt water circulating system for
sanitary fixtures, hot and cold freshwater
systems for wash and potable water.

Washing water purhp


Washing water pressure tank
Hot water heater and storage tank
Steam supply and drains
Hot water circulating pump
Hot water circulating piping
Fresh water pump
Fresh water pressure tank
Fresh water piping
Ice water circulating pump
Ice water circulating piping and insulation
Scuttle butt

Sanitary pump
Sanitary pressure tank
Sanitary supply piping
Swimming pool filling pump
Swimming pool circulating pump
Swimming pool piping
F. W. filling lines
Filters

No
18-0

oil

DECK STEAM AND EXHAUST SYSTEM


This item is used only where machinery
Steam supply piping
Steam exhaust piping

Drain piping
Discharge scuppers
Valves
Vents
Shower curtains
Shelves
Towel racks
Soap dishes
Robe hooks
Glass holders
Bathroom shelves
Toothbrush holders
Toilet paper holders
Paper towel holders
Medicine cabinets
and mirrors

Cargo
Cargo
Cargo

steaming

out and smothering


Butte rworth heaters,
piping, etc.

Battens

sheathing on
hatches

CARGO OIL SYSTEM

groups 19-0 and 19-1


17-5

Bilge stripping

Submersible bilge

mach. (compressor, pumps,


condensers, receivers)
Cargo refrig. mach. (compressor, pumps,
condensers, receivers)
Air conditioning mach. (compressor, pumps,
condensers, receivers)
Ship's stores

fixtures to be included in this group.

18-5 F. O.
F.

TRANSFER SYSTEM

O. transfer

F. O.

filling

pump

and transfer piping

Group No.

18-5

F. O.

Relieving tackle
Auxiliary steering

TRANSFER SYSTEM-Con.

steaming out and smothering piping


system
Steam supply and drain piping
F.

O.

Telegraph, emergency
Transmitters and
receivers

Manifolds
Notes: Include oily ballast piping in this group.
Oily ballast pump.

Include piping systems connected with fuel oil


anti- rolling tank installations.

Includes vents and overflows from, and sounding tubes to all spaces in the vessel, designed
for the carriage of liquids, or required by
law to be vented and/or sounded such as cofferdams, bilges, etc.

Sounding rods
Sounding plates
Overflow piping
Discharge scuppers
Valves
Fittings and fasten-

plates

Escape valves
Shutoff valves

Screens
Hangers and protection for the above
18-7

Include wiring.
19 -2C

GENERATORS

19-3A
of

Ship's service generators


Emergency diesel generator, silencer,
exhaust piping
All attached auxiliaries

valves.

18-8

INTERIOR COMMUNICATION
(MECHANICAL)
Voice tubes
Mechanical telegraphs

Sounding tubes

remote operation

Radio telephone

Electric clocks
Electric indicators
Call bells and annunciators
Multicoupler or antennaplex

ings

VALVE OPERATING GEAR


All gear required for

Auto-alarm

Telephones
Telephones, sound powered
Telegraphs, electrical
Announcing, public address, and entertainment systems
Recording systems

FLOWS

Vent pipes

Telegraph, main

Alarms

VENTS, SOUNDING TUBES AND OVER-

Deck

ex-

INTERIOR COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS


(ELECTRIC)

19-2B

Goosenecks

filling

cept of wood

RADIO COMMUNICATION

19-2A

F. O. heating coils in storage tanks


Oil and water separator

18-6

Rudder

gear

CROSS-CONNECTIONS
Piping and valves

AUXILIARY CONDENSER AND


CIRCULATING SYSTEMS

19-3B
19-0

DECK MACHINERY
Anchor windlasses
winches, vang winches, Motor generators
for cargo winches
schooner guy winches
Cargo cranes
Warping windlasses
Capstans

Cargo winches, topping

Include such mechanical cargo gear as hoists,

conveyors both horizontal and vertical,


winches, motors, etc., for handling cargo and
stores cranes, but does not include elevators
for cargo or stores handling. Does not include boat winches.
Include motors, resistors, controls, etc. for
the above equipment.

19-1

STEERING GEAR AND RUDDER


Steering engine

Auxiliary condensers

Vents

Pumps

Piping, etc.

Include circulating systems for diesel ship's


service generators.

19-3C AUXILIARY AIR EJECTOR


Auxiliary air ejector
19

-3D

SWITCHBOARDS
Main switchboards
Engine room control boards (unless included
with motors)
Power distribution boards (includes galley,
ventilation and deck auxiliary)
Lighting distribution boards and switch

Motors

Rudder
Rudder stock

Pumps

Tiller or quadrant

Emergency

Control gear

Rudder bearings

Interior communication

panels

Group No.

Note:

Control boards furnished with equipof a unit shall be included in the

19-4

ment as part

go, stores, or

19-3E DISTRIBUTION
Bulkhead and deck

fit-

Power wiring
Lighting wiring

tings

Hangers, protection
Tubes and kickpipes

Transformers
Wiring appliances

Lighting fixtures,

Bracket fans

19-5

Lamps

bulbs, etc.

Sheaves
Buffers

STORAGE BATTERIES
emergency
Emergency diesel

Ship's

PLANT

(SHIP USE)

S. W. evaporators and systems whose


primary functions are other than make-up for

Include

starting

boiler feed water.


19 " 7

STABILIZERS

Do
Gyro compass and

Radar

Radio direction
finders

Wind speed and direcand

not include flooding water.

Notes:

Electric log

pilot

recorder

in the installation itself.

AUXILIARY BOILER

19-6 DISTILLING

Radio emergency
Telephone

ELECTRICAL NAVIGATING EQUIPMENT

tion indicator

Wiring
Controllers
Panels

Include boilers whose functions are other than


propulsion.

Searchlights

19-3H

Car-

Gates and doors


Motors and hoist
Counterweight
Tracks
Cables
Other items included

19-3F FIXTURES

19-3G

DUMB WAITERS AND ELEVATORS


Include all elevators whether passenger, carservice. Include also dumb
waiters whether manual or powered.

group for the equipment.

from

Fathometer
Loran
Weather printer
Course recorder

Water

in fin

boxes shall be deducted

the displacement.

Liquids in anti- rolling tanks shall be treated


as a separate item of deadweight.
19-9

AIRCRAFT FITTINGS

Machinery
Group No.

20-0

Group No.

Water service

MAIN PROPULSION

to steady

bearings

Piping for auxiliary services using this

Propulsion turbines
Propulsion engines
Propulsion generators and motors
Steam strainers

system
Main circulating pump
Main engine fresh and

salt water piping


Expansion tank
Fresh water coolers
L. O. cooler water piping
Fresh and salt water pumps
Propulsion motor salt water service pump
Propulsion motor salt water service piping

Integral L. O. piping
Throttle, control and maneuvering valves
Inter-connecting piping (except boiler reheater)

Lagging
Attached auxiliaries
Intake silencers
Gauges and thermometers
Main gauge board
Propulsion control board (electric)
Propulsion cable
Rectifiers and M-G sets
All equipment normally attached to and part
of the propulsion equipment supplied by vendor.

20-1

21-0

Lagging
21-1

if

not integral with

feed heater

to

Main feed pumps


Auxiliary feed pumps
Booster feed pumps
Emergency feed pumps
Port feed pumps
Boiler test pumps
Heater drain pumps

ent thrust bearing in group 23-1)


Turning gear and motor

Flexible, hydraulic, or electric couplings


Integral L. O. piping

Gauges and thermometers

MAIN CONDENSER

Injector
Boiler compound tank

Main condenser
Spring supports
Vents

20-4

22-0

MAIN AIR EJECTOR

main recirculating piping

Heater overflows
Reserve feed connections
Engine or boiler room cross connections
Main condensate pumps

MAIN REDUCTION GEARS


Main gears and casings
Main thrust bearing (if integral) (independ-

20-3

MAKE

Main air ejector

(a)

Inter and after condenser

(b)

MAIN CIRCULATING SYSTEM


Suction and discharge piping

Scoops and scoop

piping-

UP

FEED SYSTEM

Make up
Make up

(c)

20-5

to

deaerating heater or feed and filter or


surge tank
Main feed piping from deaerating feed heater
to economizer or boiler drum inlet
Auxiliary feed piping and cross connections

Gland leak -off exhauster


20-2

FEED AND CONDENSATE SYSTEM


Main condensate piping from hot well

TURBINE DRAIN AND LEAK-OFF SYSTEM


Turbine drain piping
Gland leak -off piping
Gland exhaust condenser,

FEED HEATERS
Stage feed heaters and drain coolers
Direct contact heater and vent condenser
Feed and filter tank
Surge tank
Deaerating tank

feed evaporator
feed vapor piping from unit to
Direct contact heater (if independent)
Connection on exhaust or bleed line
Distiller or connection to vapor line
to distiller

M. U.

F.

from

evaporator feed piping to unit

Group No.
(a)

(b)

Tank manifold
Fresh water line connection

23-1

BEARING AND STERN TUBE


Main thrust bearing" (if independent thrust)

M. U. F. piping to condensers
M. U. F. evaporator feed pump
Lagging

Line shaft bearings


Stern tube
Stern tube gland
Strut bearings

22-1

CONTAMINATED SYSTEM

Stern tube bearings

Contaminated evaporator or low pressure


steam generator
Contaminated, drain cooler, ejector, vent
condenser
Contaminated drain tank

23-2

PROPELLERS
Propeller

Fairwater cap
Tallow in fairwater cap

Inspection tank

Contaminated evaporator vapor piping from


unit to
(a) Connection to systems using contaminated vapor
(b) Cross connections to other engine

23-3

room
to other live

steam

Contaminated evaporator feed piping

to unit

(c)

Cross connection
main

from
(a) Drain tank
(b) Cross connection

23-4
to

22-2

24-0

water evaporators
Distiller condenser
Evaporator feed pump
Distiller circulating

(all effects)

pump

(if

independent)

Condensate pumps
Fresh water pumps

of hull structure)
Lubricating oil storage tanks (when not part
of hull structure)
Lubricating oil purifier
Lubricating oil heater
Lubricating oil sump tank (when a built-up

Interstage booster pumps


Brine pumps
Vapor piping from unit to next effect, to distiller or other system
Feed piping from sea or other system to

tank)

evaporator
Distiller salt water circulating piping

Lubricating oil sludge tank


Lubricating oil cooler circulating pump
(if independent)
Lubricating oil circulating piping (see 20-5
or 19-3E)
Lubricating oil purifying and filling piping
Lubricating oil hand pump
Lubricating oil heating coils in tanks
Auxiliary lubricating oil coolers
Lubricating oil transfer pump
Lubricating oil service piping
Lubricating oil service pump

from

sea or other system, to sea or other sys-

tem
Distiller condenser circulating water

pump

Interconnecting brine and fresh water piping


Air ejector and condenser, steam supply and
drain piping
Salinity indicators
Test tanks

23-0

SHAFTING
Thrust shaft
Line shafting
Propeller shaft
Propeller shaft liner

LUBRICATING OIL SYSTEM


Lubricating oil circulating pump
Lubricating oil coolers
Lubricating oil suction strainers
Lubricating oil discharge strainers
Lubricating oil gravity tank (when not part
of hull structure)
Lubricating oil settling tank (when not part

SALT WATER EVAPORATOR SYSTEM


Salt

PROPELLER AND SHAFTING SPARES


Propeller
Line shaft
Propeller shaft

any source of

supply

Contaminated evaporator feed pump


Lagging

MISCELLANEOUS SHAFTING PARTS


Bulkhead stuffing boxes
Propeller shaft clamping gear
Shaft coupling guards
Shaft coupling bolts and nuts
Torsion meter
Miscellaneous (shaft key, bolts and nuts)
Shaft brake

24-1

MISCELLANEOUS ENGINE OIL TANKS


Refrigeration machine
Engineer's oil tanks

oil

tank

Group No.

24-1

Group No.

MISCELLANEOUS ENGINE, ETC.-Con.


Engineer's lubricating
Cylinder oil tanks

Piping (air or hydraulic)

Control gear

oil tanks

Thermostats
(Valves to be included with system con-

Kerosene tank
Soda tank
Waste lockers
Tallow tanks
Emergency generator fuel oil storage tanks
Emergency generator fuel oil day tanks
Emergency generator lubricating oil storage

trolled)

Air compressor and storage tank


pendent)

26-5

SERVICE COMPRESSED AIR SERVICE

SYSTEM
Ships service air compressor
Compressed air storage tank
Compressed air piping to root valve of other
services taking air from system
Emergency air compressor, tank, and piping

25-1

STARTING AIR SYSTEM


Diesel starting air compressor, tanks, and

26-6

piping

25-2

Scavenging air blowers


Scavenging ducts
Scavenging blower silencers
If units are attached to main engines, include under 20-0

26-0 BOILERS
Boilers, superheaters, desuperheaters (internal)

26-1

26-2

oil

FUEL OIL SERVICE SYSTEM

oil settling

tank

Fuel

oil purifiers

Boiler burner vice and

27-0

FUEL OIL BURNERS


Fuel

STACKS AND UPTAKES

Fuel oil service pump


Fuel oil standby pump
Fuel oil stripping pump
Fuel oil heaters
Fuel oil heaters lagging
Fuel oil suction strainers
Fuel oil discharge strainers
Fuel oil meter
Sand box
Catch-all pans
Fuel oil service piping
Fuel oil heating coils in fuel

SCAVENGER AIR SYSTEM

Air heaters and economizers


Boiler mountings
Boiler lagging
Feed water regulators

inde-

Uptakes and lagging to inner stack


Inner stack and insulation
Boiler drum insulation and lagging
Outer stack (for stack enclosure, see 8-9)
Dust catchers
Dust catcher pump
Main engine silencer
Main engine exhaust piping and lagging
Ships service diesel generator silencer,
exhaust
Piping and lagging and supports
Auxiliary boiler uptakes

tanks

25-0

(if

work bench

MAIN STEAM PIPING


Piping to propulsion unit
Cross connections to other engine or boiler

burners

rooms
Reheater inlet and outlet piping
Astern piping

SOOT BLOWERS

Emergency propulsion connections

Soot blowers
Air or steam supply piping
Air compressor (if independent)
Compressed air storage tank (if independent)

All piping carrying main boiler outlet steam


to auxiliaries or reducing valve auxiliary
steam lines

Lagging
26-3

BOILER DRAFT SYSTEM


Forced draft blowers
Induced draft blowers
Inlet and outlet ducts to boiler casing

Dampers
26-4

AUTOMATIC COMBUSTION CONTROL


Master controllers
Combustion control boards

27-1

AUXILIARY STEAM PIPING


Auxiliary steam main
Cross connections to other engine or boiler

rooms
External desuperheaters
Desuperheated steam main
All piping from reducing valve
steam to auxiliaries
Lagging

of

main

Group No.

27-2

EXHAUST AND ESCAPE

Work benches and

PIPING

Auxiliary exhaust main


Bleed piping from bleed point to exhaust

main
Cross connections to bleed lines or
steam lines of higher pressure or

AND HANDLING GEAR

28-2 LIFTING

Lifting gear
Lifting gear

live
to other

engine or boiler rooms


Atmospheric exhaust piping

28-3

Boiler escape piping

Catch pans unc


all machines

Electric hoist
Main handling gear

beams

MACHINERY SPACE VENTILATION


All ventilation fans, ducts and lagging

Exhaust connections to main or auxiliary


condensers
Gland seal piping

Engine rooms
Auxiliary engine

rooms
27-3

Casings

All drain piping not included with outfit

(Do not include structural or non -structural


trunks.)

28-4

rooms

Auxiliary engine rooms


Refrigeration machinery rooms

28-5

SPARE PARTS
Spare parts
Spare tools
Spare store room equipment
Engine stores

28-6

Air whistle
Whistle air tank
Whistle air piping

MISCELLANEOUS, INSTRUMENTS AND

GAUGES
Instruments and gauges
Holding down bolts and chocks
Miscellaneous

ACCESS
All floor plates, ladders,

rails,

and gratings

MACHINERY -GROUPS

29-0 LIQUID IN

in:

12

TO

19

INCLUSIVE

Engine rooms
Auxiliary engine

rooms
Refrigeration machinery rooms

Boiler rooms
Shaft alleys
Pipe tunnels

All liquids in outfit systems where system is

normally
Liquids

Casings

(Include support for above,


hull structure.)

if

not part of

Water
Water
Water
Water

main

Radial drill
Electrical test bench
Power -hack saw
Milling machine

Miscellaneous tools

in
in

in refrigerating machines
Brine in refrigerating machines
Oil in refrigerating machines
Water in, sanitary, fresh, hot, and ice water

systems

Small lathe
Drill press
Grinders
Shaper
Tool cabinet
Tool racks

in

Water

WORK SHOP
Large lathe

full

service generator engines


generator circulating piping
oil and water separator
auxiliary condenser
auxiliary condenser circulating

in ship

in

piping

Permanent platforms should be taken


group 6-1 or 6-6.

Note:

28-1

benches,

Engine rooms
Boiler

WHISTLES

in

MACHINERY SPACE FIXTURES


Log desks, miscellaneous work

scuttlebutts, bulletin boards, etc., in:

Steam whistler
Steam supply piping
Drain piping to drain tank or drain main

28-0

ma-

chinery rooms
Stacks

STEAM DRAIN SYSTEM


systems
Atmospheric drain tanks
Water seal piping
Drain condenser
Drain condenser vacuum apparatus
Drain collecting tanks
Drain pumps
Lagging
Main and auxiliary air ejector drain piping
Feed heater drain piping
Evaporator drain piping
Steam air heater drain piping

27-4

in:

Boiler rooms
Refrigeration

vVater in firemains

29-1

WATER-GROUPS
Water
Water

if

20

system

TO

in

engines

in

main condenser

28

is

wet

INCLUSIVE

Group No.

Water
Water
Water
Water
Water
Water
Water
Water
Water
Water
Water
Water
Water
Water

Water

in circulating piping
in

scoop piping

in lubricating oil

in

miscellaneous

W. circulating

S.

piping

coolers

Water

in engine F.

W. coolers

in boilers

in

water heaters
atmospheric drain tank
and condensate piping
contaminated drain tank

in

inspection tank

in feed
in

in feed

in distiller

water test tank


W. evaporators
contaminated evaporators
M. U. F. evaporators

in distilled
in S.
in
in

29-2

TO

OIL-GROUPS

20

Oil
Oil
Oil
Oil
Oil
Oil
Oil

service piping

in fuel oil

28

INCLUSIVE

in lubricating oil cooler


in

lubricating oil

sump

tank

in lubricating oil gravity tanks


in lubricating oil settling

tanks

in lubricating oil piping

in

miscellaneous engineer

oil tanks

Summary Forms

!
i

ii!

8"!

m
DRAFT

**

DRAFT

LCF

Sh

1
5

|ip
AF

AFT
FWD,

1"
FWD,

TRIM
INCHES

1
LEVER

TO
IN

jj
MOMENT

LCG

LCB

TRIM

TRIM

1!

it

3:

U.S. DEPARTMENT

FORM MA-36A

OF COMMERCE

STEEL SUMMARY
(Weight Calculations)

COOE

(1-0
1

VE

,TEM

!Ki

L eV.

MOM'.'

LEV.'

Stem casting
Stern frame casting

Boss casting

Shaft struts

Paravane castings

5
6
7

8
9

Forgings and Castings


1-0
1

Flat plate keel


Shell plating

Bulwarks

Bilge keels

Boss plating

Rubbing strips and fenders

Shell moldings

Shell Plating

2-0
1

Center vertical keel


Trans,

framing in

framing in

Long,

Trans,

Long,

Framing in peaks

Transom and cants

Web frames

B.

I.

B.

I.

framing outside

framing outside

I.

I.

B.
B.

Framing
3-0
1

2
3

4
5

6
7
8

Deck Plating and Beans


4-0

Main trans.

W.

T.

bhds.

and 0.

Trans.

Long.

structural N.W.T. bhds.

.
W.

T.

T.

and 0.

bhds.

T.
T.

bhds.

Non- structural bhds.

Trunks

structural

Trunks

non-structural

Stair enclosures

Hatch coamings

Bulkheads and Trunks

DESIGN

DATE

DIMENSIONS

mom:

FORM MA-36B

U.

S.

DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE

STEEL SUMMARY
(Weight Calculations)

.-,

VE R T

,TEM

COOE

TO^S

LEV.

M M

LEV.

Pillars and girders

- (l

2
3
i

7
8
9

Pillars

ar.?

Girders

Inner bottom plating

6-0

Platform deck

2
3

Cofferdam flats

Cofferdam floors

Miscellaneous flats and floors

7
(j

Hull Miscellaneous

Main engine foundations

7-0

Boiler foundations

Aux.

mach.

foundations

Shaft stools foundations

Miscellaneous foundations

7
8

Gun foundations

Foundations
8-0
1

3
4
'

5
6
7
8

Miscellaneous houses

Stack enclosure

Superstructures

SUB TOTAL GROUPS

THROUGH

Riveting and welding

9-0
1

welding

Mill tolerance

4
S
6

8
9

Riveting and Welding

TOTAL STEEL
DESIGN

DATE

DIMENSIONS

mom:

form MA-36C

U.

(4-53)

DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE
MARITIME ADMINISTRATION

S.

OUTFIT SUMMARY
(Weight Calculations)
CODE

10-0

,TEM

VERT.

TSi

5E'

lev!

Steel masts, kingposts, etc.

Steel booms

Steel hatch covers and beams

Steel stairways

Steel sheet metal work

5
G
7

Struct.

11-0

Steel In Outfit

Deck castings, mooring ftgs.

Mast and spar forgings

Rails and stanchions

Ladders

Miscellaneous hull fittings

Ratproofing

7
8

Hull Attachments

12-0
1

Sliding

doors

W. T.

Hinged W.T.

doors

Manholes and scuttles

Airports, windows and lights

Hatches and ports O.T. or W.T.

N.W.T.

Skylights and companions

steel doors

7
8

Lights, Doors,

13-0

Hatches

Wooden masts and spars

Wood hatch covers

Hold ceiling and sparring

Miscellaneous carpenter work

4
5

6
7

Wood decks (caulked)

Miscellaneous deck coverings

Cement and title coverings

Carpenter Work and Decking


14-0
1

Wooden houses
Interior joiner work

Furniture

Joiner decks

Decorative joiner work

Accommodation ladder

6
7

Insulation in quarters

Fire insulation

DESIGN

DATE

mom:

U.S. DEPARTMENT

FORM MA-36D

OF COMMERCE

OUTFIT SUMMARY
(Weight Calculations)

CODE

,TEM

15-0

Anchors,

chains,

Voli

LEV.'

5E"

lev!

lines

Boats and boat handling

Rigging and blocks

Canvas work

Miscellaneous deck outfit

6
7
8

Paint

Cement
Deck Outfit
Galley and pantry equipment

16-0
1

Utility space equipment

Steward' s outfit

Degaussing

4
5

Paravanes

Amm.

Armor and protection

Armament

stow,

and handling

Steward' s Outfit

Fire det. and ext. system

17-0
1

Heating system

Ventilation

natural

Ventilation

mechanical

Refrigerating systems

Plumbing fixtures and drains

Deck scuppers

8
9

Hull Engineering

Bilge and ballast system

18-0
1

Cargo oil system

Deck steam and ex. system

Fire mains

San.

and fresh water system

Fuel oil transfer system

Vents,

Valve operating gear

sgd.

and overflows

Piping
Deck machinery

19-0

gear and rudder

Steer,

Communicating system

Electric plant

Dumb waiters and elevators

Auxiliary boiler

Dist.

plant (ship use)

Aircraft fittings

Miscellaneous Machinery

TOTAL OUTFIT
DESIGN

DATE

mom:

form MA-36E
(4-53)

U.

DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE
MARITIME ADMINISTRATION

S.

MACHINERY SUMMARY
(Weight Calculations)
CODE

ITEM

20-0

WGT.
TONS

VERT.
LEV.

VERT.

LCG AFT.
OF

Zu

Main propulsion

Turbine drain and leak-off system

Main reduction gears

Main condenser

Main air ejector

Main circulating system

6
7

TOTAL

Main Propulsion Units

Feed heaters

21-0

Feed and condensate system

2
3

TOTAL

Feed & Condensate hquip.

Makeup feed system

22-0
1.

Contaminated system

Salt water evap.

system

TOTAL

Evaporator System

Shafting
Bearings and stern tube

Propellers

23-0

Miscellaneous shafting parts

Shafting and propeller spares

5
6

TOTAL
24-0
1

Lub.

Shafting and Propellers

oil system

Miscellaneous engine oil tanks

2
3

TOTAL
25-0

Lubricating Oil System

Service compressed air serv. sys.

Starting air system

Scavenger air system

3
4

TOTAL

Air Systems
DATE

DESIGN

TYPE

SHP

"""

FORM MA-36F

U.

(4-53)

DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE
MARITIME ADMINISTRATION

S.

MACHINERY SUMMARY
(Weight Calculations)
CODE

WGT.
TONS

ITEM

VERT.
LEV.

VERT.
MOM.

LCG AFT.
OF

MOM.'

Boilers

26-0

Fuel oil burners

Soot blowers

Boiler draft system


Automatic combustion control

Stacks and uptakes

F.O.

service system

7
8

TOTAL
27-0

Boilers and

F. 0.

System

Main steam piping


steam piping

Aux.

Exhaust and escape piping

Steam drain system

Whistles

5
6

TOTAL
28-0

Steam Piping

Access

Work shop

Lifting and handling gear

Machinery space ventilation

Machinery space fixtures

Spare parts

Miscellaneous instruments & gages

TOTAL
29-0

Miscellaneous

Liquids in machinery (Gr.

Water (Gr. 20-28)

Oil

(Gr.

12 to 19)

20-28)

TOTAL

Liquids In Machinery

TOTAL

Machinery

DESIGN

TYPE

DATE

SHP

RPM

Ig

Index
B
Group

28-0
4-5
14-5
15-2
12-0
25-0
17-4
19-9

Access machinery space


Access trunks
Accommodation ladders
Accommodation ladder falls and guys
Air compressors
Air compressor ships service
Air conditioning units
Aircraft fittings
Air ejector auxiliary
Air ejector main
Air heaters and economizers
Airport boxes

Air
Air
Air
Air
Air

system scavenger
system ships service
system starting
whistle

Alarms
Altar

Ammunition
Ammunition stowage and handling
Anchor davit falls
Anchor light halliards
Anchor lights
Anchors, bower

protection

Ash trays
Auto-alarm radio
Automatic combustion control
Auxiliary air ejector
Auxiliary boiler
Auxiliaries attached to main engines
Auxiliary condensate and circulating

system
Auxiliary machinery foundations
Auxiliary steam piping
Auxiliary steering gear
Awning ball and ridge ropes

Awnings, canvas
Awnings, rigid (steel, aluminum, plastic,
etc.)

Awning stanchions

Ship

Deadweight

Anchors, chains and lines


Anchor chocks
Anchors, stream
Anchor windlasses
Announcing and sound distribution
Annuciators
Antennaplex
Appurtenances for special hatches

Armament
Armor and

Ballast, fixed

19-3C

scoops

16-6
15-2
15-2
15-4
15-0
15-0
13-3
15-0
19-0

Bar
Barber chairs
Barber shop equipment
Barber stools
Bar equipment
Barometers
Baseboards joiner

15-4
14-1

Bathroom shelves
Batten bars
Battens ca rgo
Batten cleats
Batten clips
,

Battens, metal in deep tanks


Battens, refrigeration
Batteries storage

Beams hatch
Beams wood
Beam rests, hatch
,

Bearings, line shaft


Bearings strut
Beauty chairs
Beauty shop equipment
,

19-2B
10-2
16-8
16-7
16-2

Beds hospital
Beds, including springs
,

Bed lights
Bed sp reads
Berth number plates
Belaying pins
de ts

19-2A
26-4

19-5
20-0
19-3 B
7-2
27-1
19-1
15-2
15-3
11-4
11-2

18-0
18-0
18-0

Beams, deck

19-2 B

Summary

Ballast piping
Ballast pump, clean
Ballast pump, oily

19-2B

19 -3

16-0
16-0
Separate item in Light

Bake ovens

20-4
26-0
14-1
12-3
12-3
25-2
25-0
25-1
27-4
19-2 B
14-2

A irports

Group

Bain Maries

lge
lge
lge
lge
lge
lge

and ballast system


ceiling

keels
keels wood
piping
,

pump
stripping

pump

noculars
Biological analysis equipment...
Bits: Towing, mooring, riding.,
Blankets
Blocks for running rigging
Blowers, induced draft
Blowers, forced draft

13-2
17-4

19-3G
3-0 to 3-9
10-2
13-1
10-2
23-1
23-1
16-1
16-1
16-1
14-2
12-3

11-1
17-5
18-0
13-2
1-3
13-3
18-0
18-0
18-0
15-4
10-4
16-1
11-0
16-2
15-2
26-3
26-3

B-Con.
Group

Blowers, scavenging air


Blowers, soot
Boats and boat handling
Boat boom Bridle and guys
Boat booms
Boat booms, wood
Boat boom topping lift
Boat chocks
Boat covers
Boat cranes
Boat hooks
Boat ladders
Boats, life, work, motor
Boat line boxes
Boat outfits
Boat skids
Boat slings
Boat stowage
Boat winches
Boat windlass outfit
Boards, bulletin
Boards, ironing
Boards, marking
Boards, notice
Boards, sounding
Boards, tank sounding
,

Boiler auxiliary
Boiler burner vice and work bench
Boiler draft system
Boiler drum insulation
Boiler foundations
Boiler lagging
Boiler mountings
Boilers, superheaters, desuperheaters
(internal)

Bolted plate doors


Bolted plate manholes
Book cases
Book shelves
Books Library
Boom bands

Boom
Boom
Boom
Boom

caps
chocks
crotch
goosenecks

Booms, boat
Booms, cargo
Booms, miscellaneous

Boom sockets
Booms, sounding

Boom step support


Boom swivels

structure

Boss casting
Boss plating
Bower anchors
Bowsprits, wood
Bracing for vang post, mast, and kingposts
Brackets to deck beams
Brackets to margin plate
Breakwaters

25-2
25-2
15-1
15-2
10-1

13-0
15-2
15-1
15-1
15-1
15-4
15-1
15-1
15-4
15-1
13-3
15-1
15-1
15-1
15-1
28-4
16-1
15-4
15-4
15-4
28-4
19-5
26-6
26-3
26-5
7-1
26-0
26-0

26-0
12-5
12-2
14-2
14-2
16-2
11-1
11-1
13-3
11-1
11-1
10-1
10-1
10-1
11-1
10-1
10-0
11-1
0-2
1-4
15-0
13-0
10-0
2-3
2-3
1-2

Breast hooks
Breathing apparatus
Bridge support, stanchions and bracing
Broilers
Brows, hatch
Brows, port
Builder's plates

Bulkhead lights

Bulkheads Less than 5 # plate


Bulkheads, joiner
Bulkheads, main transverse
Bulkheads, nonstructural
Bulkheads, structural N. W.
Bulkheads, W. T. and O. T.,
Bulkheads, W. T. and O. T.,
tank boundaries
Bulkheads, sanitary
Bulkheads, stuffing boxes
Bulkheads, wire mesh

watertight
T.
longitudinal...

2-5
17-0
11-2
16-0
13-3
13-3
11-4
12-3
10-4
14-1
4-0
4-4
4-3
4-2

transverse
4-1
11-4
23-3
11-4
12-3
28-4
1-2
11-4
26-1
14-2

Bulls eyes
Bulletin boards (machinery space)

Bulwarks
Bulwark braces (cast or forged)
Burners, fuel oil

Bureaus

C
16-1
19-3 E
19-2 B
19-3 E

Cabinets
Cable appliances
Cable, interior communication
Cable, lighting
Cable, power
Cable, propulsion

19-3E
20-0
19-2 B
2-6
15-3
19-0
13-2

Call bells

Cants

Canvas work
Capstan
Cargo battens
Cargo booms
Cargo booms, wood
Cargo falls, wire rope
Cargo oil heating coils
Cargo oil piping
Cargo oil pumps
Cargo oil, steaming-out and smothering
Cargo ports, hinged and sliding
Cargo slings: Chain or rope
Cargo trunks
Cargo winches
Carpenter work
Carpets
Casings, wood pipe
Casting, boss
Casting, paravane
Casting, stem
Casting, stern frame
Catch-all pan

Caulking
Ceiling, hold and bilge

...

10-1
13-0
15-2
18-1
18-1
18-1
18-1
12-4
15-2
4-5
19-0
13-3
16-2
13-3
0-2
0-4

0-0
0-1
26-6
13-6
13-2

B
C

C Con.
Group

Ceiling, joiner

Cement
Cement and other sub-bases under
Cement decking

tile

Center vertical keel

Ceramic

tile

Chafing plates
Chain, anchor
Chain locker grating and fittings
Chain pipe castings
Chain plates
Chain rail
Chairs
Chairs, deck
Charts
Chart room furniture
Chiffoniers
Children's play equipment

Chinawa re
Chocks, boat
Chocks for anchors, booms
Chocks: Open, closed, roller, towing,
bulward, mallory
Chocks, stringer
Chopping blocks
Chutes, portable

Chronometer s
Circulating system, main
Cleaning gear
Cleats
Cleats (cast)

Clocks
Clocks, electrical
Closets, water

14-1
15-9
13-9
13-9
2-0
13-9
11-4
15-0
11-4
11-0
11-1
11-2
14-2
16-2
15-4
16-1
14-2
16-2
16-2
13-3
13-3

11-0
13-3
16-0
11-4
15-4
20-5
16-2
11-1
11-0
15-4

19-2B

17-5
16-2
13-0
12-4
4-8
Coamings, hatch
3-0 to 3-9
Coaming plates
16-0
Coffee urns
6-4
Cofferdam flats
6-5
Cofferdam floors
17-4
Cold diffusers
16-1
Collar presses
26-4
Combustion control boards
26-4
Combustion control gear
Communication, interior (electrical)
19-2
Communication, interior (mechanical)
19-2
15-4
Compasses, standard
12-6
Companion hatches
12-6
Companion ways
16-1
Composing pots
13-7
Composition deck covering
Compressed air storage tank (soot blower) 26-2
Compressed air storage tank (ships service)
25-0
Compressor, air and storage tank (com26-4
bustion control)
Compressor, diesel starting air, tanks and
piping
25-1

Coat hangers
Coaling booms, wood
Coaling ports

Group

Compressor, emergency

air, tank

and

piping

Compressor, ships service air


Compressor, soot blower air
Concrete
Condenser,
Condenser,
Condenser,
Condenser,
Condenser,

auxiliary
distiller

drain

main
main air ejector, inter and

after

Contaminated evaporator
Control board combustion
Control
Control
Control
Control
Control

board engine room


board propulsion
gear

gear, steering engine


valves, propulsion
Controllers, master
Control valves, main engines

Conveyers
Coolers, F. W
Coolers, lubricating oil
Coolers, lubricating oil, auxiliary

Cornices
C0 2 systems
Couplings, flexible, hydraulic, or electric

Course recorders
Coves, joiner
Covers, binnacle, canvas
Covers, capstan, canvas
Covers, crow's nest, canvas
Covers, emergency steering stand, canvas
Covers, fidley
Covers, funnel, canvas
Covers, gangway, canvas
Covers, gyro repeaters, canvas
Covers, hatch
Covers, pelorus, canvas
Covers, pilot house hood, canvas
Covers, range finders, canvas
Covers, rope reel, canvas
Covers, searchlights, canvas
Covers, skylight (canvas)
Covers, skylight
Covers, sounding machine, canvas
Covers, telegraph, canvas
Covers, ventilators, canvas
Covers, winches, including boat, canvas...
Covers, windsails
Covers, windlass, canvas
Covers, wood for cargo hatches
Cove, tile
Cowls (mechanical ventilation)
Cowls (natural ventilation)
Cranes: Anchor, stores, etc
Cranes, cargo
Cranes, boat
f
Cribbing
Cribbing, wood

25-0
25-0
26-2
15-9
19-3 B
22-2
27-3
20-3
20-4
22-1
26-4

19-3D
26-4
12-1
19-1
20-0
26-4
20-0
19-0
20-5
24-0
24-0
14-1
17-0
20-2

19-3H
14-1
15-3
15-3
15-3
15-3
12-6
15-3
15-3
15-3
10-2
15-3
15-3
15-3
15-3
15-3
15-3
12-6
15-3
15-3
15-3
15-3
15-3
15-3
13-1
13-9
17-3
17-2
11-4
19-0
15-1
11 -4

13-3

D-Con.

C-Con.

Group

Crockery
Cross connections (flooding)
Cross connection to other engine or boiler
rooms
Crosstrees for kingposts

16-2
18-8

27-0
10-0
3-0 to 3-9
16-2
16-2
16-2

Curtain plates
Curtains
Cushions
Cuspidors

Dance floors
Dark room equipment

26-3
13-3
14-3
16-1

Davits

15-1

Dampers
Damping boards

Davits:

Stores,

accommodation ladder,

anchor

Day shapes
Deadlight covers

Deck beams
Deck blankets
Deck bolts
Deck castings
Deck chairs
Deck covering, composition
Deck covering, miscellaneous
Deck games
Deck gear boxes
Deck houses
Deck outfit, miscellaneous
Deck machinery
Deck margin planks
Deckpads and eye bolts
Deck planking
Deck plating
Deck rings
Deck scuppers and drains
Deck steam and exhaust system
Decks, platform

Deck steam
Deck strips

piping

Decks, uncaulked
Decorative joiner work
Defense features
Degaussing
Dentist equipment
Derrick posts
Derricks, wood

Desks

Desuperheaters, external
Desuperheater, main steam
Diesel generator, emergency
Direct contact heater

11-4
15-4
12-3
3-0 to 3-9
16-2
13-6
11-0
16-2
13-8
13-8
16-2
15-4
8-0 to 8-7
15-4
19-0
13-6
11-1
13-6
3-0 to 3-9
11-0
17-6
18-2
6-1
18-2
13-3
13-3
14-4
16-4 to 16-8
16-4
16-1
10-0
13-0
14-2
27-1
27-1
19-3 A
21-0

Direction finders, radio

19-3H

Discharge scuppers
Dishes
Dish racks in galley
Dish washers

17-5
16-2
16-0
16-0

Dispensing equipment
Distiller
Distiller condenser
Distilling plant (ships use)
Distribution, electric power

Docking plugs
Dodgers, canvas
Doors, bolted plate

Doors
Doors,
Doors,
Doors,
Doors,
Doors,
Doors,
Doors,
Doors,
Doors,
Double

in halves

hinged W. T
joiner
N. W. T
refrigeration
sanitary
sliding W. T

tonnage
weathertight

wire mesh
bottom plating

Dough machines
Draft marks
Drain, collecting tanks

Drain cooler, contaminated evaporator


Drain cooler, feed heater
Drain piping
Drain pumps
Dressers, galley and pantry
Dressers
Dressing tables
Drill press (work shop)
Drinking fountains
Drinking fountains, machinery space
Drinking water piping
Drinking water pressure tank
Drinking water pump
Dry cleaning machines
Drying machines, laundry
Duct insulation
Ducts,
Ducts,
Ducts,
Ducts,
Ducts,

auxiliary room distribution


boiler room distribution
engine room distribution
inlet and outlet to boiler casing
refrigeration room distribution

Ducts scavenging
Ducts ventilation
,

Dumb-waiters
Dust catchers
Dust catcher piping
Dust catcher pump

17-5
22-2
22-2
19-6
19-3 E
11-4
15-3
12-5
12-5
12-1
14-1
12-5
17-4
11-4
12-0
13-3
12-5
11-4
6-0
16-0
11-4
27-3
22-1
21-0
17-5
27-3
16-0
14-2
14-2
28-1
17-5
28-4
18-4
18-4
18-4
16-1
16-1
17-3
28-3
28-3
28-3
26-3
28-3
25-2
17-3
19-4
26-5
26-5
26-5

E
Economize rs
Egg boiler
Ejector, auxiliary air
Ejector, contaminated
Electric cable
Electric hoist
Electrical clocks
Electrical detecting systems

26-0
16-0
19-3
22-1

19-3E
28-2
19-2 B
17-0

E Con.
Group

Electrical fixtures
Electrical indicators
Electrical navigating equipment
Electrical telegraphs
Electrical test bench
Electric control gear
Electric heaters
Electric indicators
Electric power distribution
Elevators, crew
Elevators, freight
Elevators, passenger
Emergency air compressor, tank and piping
Emergency diesel generator
Emergency propulsion connections
Emergency rudder chain

Emergency switchboard
Enclosures, stack
Enclosures, stair
Engines, propulsion
Engine stores
Ensign staff
Ensign staff, wood
Equipment lockers
Equipment, shops
Escape ladders
Evaporator, contaminated
Evaporator, make up feed
Evaporators, saltwater
Evaporators, ships use
Examining chairs
Exhaust and escape piping
Exhaust piping, generators
Exhaust connections (main or auxiliary
condensers)
Extractors, laundry

19-3
19-2
19-3
19-2
28-1
12-0
17-1
19-2
19-3
19-4
19-4
19-4

F
B

H
B

25-0
19-3 A
27-0
11-4
19-3
8-9

4-7
20-0
28-5
10-1
13-0
16-0
16-1
11-3
22-1

22-0
22-2
19-6
16-1
27-2

19-3A

Fathometer
Feed and condensate system
Feed heaters
Feed water regulators
Fenders
Fenders, hanging or fixed
Fender ropes
Fidley covers
Fire alarm system

axes
barrels

17-0
17-0
detection system
17-0
extinguishers, portable and fixed
17-0
hose
17-0
hydrants
18-3
insulation
14-9
mains
18-3
Fi re pails
17-0
Fire pumps
18-3
Fittings for housing topmast
11-4
Fittings kingpos t
11-1
Fixed ballast
Separate item in Light
,

Ship

Fixed lights
Fixtures (electric)
Fixtures, machinery space
F ixtures plumbing
Flags and bunting
Flag and signal halliards
Flagpole fittings
,

Flagpoles wood
Flag racks
Flashing for cement floors
Flashing, lead for tile
,

Flat plate keel


Flats coffe rdam
Flats mis cellaneous
Flooding valves (not control)
Flooring, refrigeration
,

Floors
Floors, cement
Floor s cof fe rdam
Floors, miscellaneous
,

Floor plate

27-2
16-1

F
Fair leaders
Fair water cap
Fans, auxiliary machine exhaust
Fans, auxiliary machine space supply
Fans, boiler room exhaust
Fans, boiler room supply
Fans, engine room exhaust
Fans, engine room supply
Fans, refrigeration room exhaust
Fans, refrigeration room supply
Fans, ventilation

Group

Fire
Fire
Fire
Fire
Fire
Fire
Fire
Fire

11-0
23-2
28-3
28-3
28-3
28-3
28-3
28-3
28-3
28-3
17-3
19-3 H
21-1
21-0
26-0
1-5
13-3
15-2
12-6
17-0

Foam systems
Fog horns
Forced draft blowers
Forgings for boom rests
Forgings, mast and spar
Foundations gun
Foundations, auxiliary machinery
Foundations boiler
Foundations, main engine
Foundations miscellaneous
,

Frame

cant

Foundations wood
Frames, license
Frames, plan
Frame transom
Frame, web
Framing in peaks
Framing, longitudinal in I. B
Framing, longitudinal outside I. B
Framing, transverse in I. B
Framing, transverse outside I. B
,

Freeing port covers and grating

Fresh water coolers


Fresh water heater
Fuel

oil

burners

Summary
12-3

19-3F
28-4
17-5
15-4
15-2
11-4
13-0
15-4
13-9
13-9
1-0
6-4
6-6
18-0
17-4
2-1
13-9
6-5
6-6
28-0
17-0
15-4
26-3
11-1
11-1
7-9
7-2
7-1
7-0
7-4
2-6
13-3
15-4
15-4
2-6
2-7
2-5
2-2
2-4
2-1
2-3
12-4
20-5
18-4
26-1

F-Con.

H-Con.
Group

F.
F.
F.
F.

O.
O.
O.
O.
F. O.

18-5
18-5
26-6
18-5
18-5
26-6
15-4
14-2
16-1

and transfer piping


heating coils in storage tank
service system
steaming out and smothering
filling

transfer

pump

Fuel oil meter


Fog horn
Furniture
Furniture, hospital
Furniture, miscellaneous
and wheel house
Furniture, office
Furring, joiner work
Furring, refrigeration

in

chart

room
16-1
16-1
14-1
17-4

G
Gaffs,

wood

Galley and pantry equipment


Garbage stowage cans
Gears and casings, main
Gear, control
Gear, main handling
General service pump

Generators
Generators and motors (propulsion)
Girders
Gland leak-off exhauster
Gland leak-off piping
Gland, stern tube
Glass holders

Glassware
Grain

fittings

Gratings, miscellaneous
Grating refrigeration
Griddles

Grinders

Grounds
Ground tackle
Guard rods for ports, etc
Gun foundations
Guns
Gym equipment
Gyro compass and pilot

13-0
16-0
16-0
20-2
26-4
28-2
18-3
19-3 A
20-0
5-0 to 5-9
20-1
20-1
23-1
17-5
16-2
11-4
13-3
17-4
16-0
28-1
13-2
15-0
11-4
7-9
16-8
16-2

Halliards

Handholes
Hand irons
Hardware, refrigeration
Hat and coat racks
Hatch beams
Hatch beam rests
Hatch brows
Hatch coamings
Hatch cover hoist pendant and purchase....
Hatch covers, metal lumber
Hatch covers, steel
Hatch covers, wood

Hawse pipes
Hawser reels
Hawsers
Heater, butterworth
Heater, fresh water
Heater, lubricating oil
Heater, feed
Heaters, fuel oil

Heaters lagging, fuel oil


Heating coils, cargo oil
Heating coils, fuel oil in fuel

12-4
12-4
11-1
15-3
11-0
15-0
15-0
18-1
18-4
24-0
21-0
26-6
26-6
18-1

oil settling

tank
Heating coils, fuel oil storage tanks
Heating coils, lubricating oil
Heating system piping
Hinged platforms
Hinged W. T. doors
Hold ceiling and sparring
Holding down bolts and chocks
Hold ladders
Hold sheathing
Hoist, electric

Hoists

Hoods
Hose nozzles
Hose racks

26-6
18-5
24-0
17-1
11-4
11-1
13-2

28-6
11-3
13-2
28-2
19-0
17-3
17-0
17-0

16-1
Hospital beds and miscellaneous furniture
16-1
Hospital equipment
16-0
Hot plates
16-0
Hot water boilers
18-4
Hot water circulating piping
Hot water circulating pump
18-4
Hot water storage tank
18-4
16-0
Hot water urns
Houses, deck
8-0 to 8-7
8-8
Houses, miscellaneous
11-4
Hull fittings, miscellaneous
18-3
Hydrants, fire

19-3H

H
Hair dryers

Group

Hatches and ports O. T. and W. T


Hatches to stores
Hatch lifting gear fittings
Hatch tarpaulins, weather and lower decks

Ice bins

16-1
15-2
12-2
16-1
17-4
16-2
10-2
10-2
13-3

4-8
15-2
13-1
10-2
13-1

Ice cream machines


Ice water circulating piping and insulation
Ice water circulating pump
Indicators, electric
Induced draft blower
Injector
Inner bottom plating

Inner keel
Insect screens
Instrument cabinets
Instruments and gauges
Instruments, navigating

Insulated hatches, refrigeration


Insulation, fire

16-0
16-0
18-4
18-4
19-2 B
26-3
21-1
6-0
1-0
13-3
16-1
28-6
15-4
17-4
14-9

L Con.

I Con.
Insulation, boiler drum
Insulation in quarters
Insulation, refrigeration
Insulation, sheathing for
Intake silencers
Interior communication (electrical)
Interior communication (mechanical)
Interior joiner work

Ironing boards

ack and ensign staffs, wood.,


ack rods
acks
oiner bulkheads
ner decks
ner doors
ner work, decorative

26-5
14-8
17-4
14-1

20-0
19-2 B
19-2
14-1
16-1

13-0
11-2
10-2
14-1
14-3
14-1
14-4

Keel, center vertical


Keel, flat plate
Keel, inner
Keel, outer
Keels, bilge

Keepers
Kettles
Key tags and rings
Kickpipes and tubes (electrical)

Kingpost fittings
Kingposts, steel
Kitchen mixing machines

15-0
2-0
1-0
1-0
1-0
1-3
10-2
16-0
11-4
19-3
11-1
10-0
16-0

gear
gear machinery space
gear I beams
handles
anchor
navigating
signal

water
29-0

Liquids in light ship


Liner, propeller shaft
Line shaft bearings
Line shafting
Lining, refrigeration
Linings, joiner
Liquid cargo
Liquid in machinery

14-1

Deadweight
29-0

Lockers

14-2
24-1
10-2
11-1
15-4

Lockers, waste
Locking bars
Locknuts

Log
Log, electric

19-3H

Log desks

Longitudinal bulkheads W. T. and O. T.


Longitudinal framing outside I. B
Longitudinal framing in I. B

Loran

Low pressure steam generator

Lagging,
Lagging,
Lagging,
Lagging,
Lagging,

boiler

deck steam piping

drain piping
fuel oil heater
main steam piping
Lagging refrigeration
Lagging, stacks and uptakes
Lamp and paint room fitting

Lamps, safety
Landings and beams
Lashing gear
Lathe, large and small

Laundry equipment
Laundry trucks
Laundry tubs
Lead flashing for tiling

11-4
11-3
11-3
14-5
28-0
15-1
15-4
27-1
26-0
18-2
27-3
26-6
27-0
17-4
26-5
15-4
15-4
10-3
11-4
28-1
16-1
16-1
16-1
13-9

to 2

23-0
23-1
23-0
17-4

Louvi-es

Label plates
Ladder rungs
Ladders
Ladders, accommodation
Ladders and grating
Ladders, boat
Ladders, pilot and Jacobs'
Lagging, auxiliary steam piping

15-4
11-4
16-2
15-4
15-4
15-4
15-4
12-6
28-2
28-2
13-1
15-4
15-4
15-4
15-4

Life presei"vers
Life rafts and equipment
Lifting
Lifting
Lifting
Lifting
Lights,
Lights,
Lights,
Lights,

K
Kedges

Leads and lines


Leadsmans platform fittings
Library books
.
License frames
Life buoys, plain and luminous

Lubricating oil piping


Lumber chains
Lyle gun and equipment

...

28-4
4-2
2-4
2-2
19-3
17-3
22-1
24-0
11-4
15-4

M
Main
Main
Main
Main
Main
Main
Main
Main
Main
Main
Main
Main

air ejector
circulating system

Make
Make

up feed system
up tank

condenser
engine
engine foundations

gauge board
gears and casings
switchboard
thrust bearing (integral)
thrust bearing (independent)
transverse bulkheads W. T
turbo generator
Make up feed evaporator

Maneuvering valves, main engines


Manholes
Manicure tables
Manual fire alarm system

20-4
20-5
20-3
20-0
7-0
20-0
20-2

19-3D
20-2
23-1
4-0
19-3 A
22-0
22-0
22-0
20-0
12-2
16-1
17-0

M Con.

N-tCon.
Group

Margin planks
Marking boards
Marking machines
Mast and spar forgings

13-6
15-4
16-1
11-1
10-0
13-0
13-3
16-2
16-0
16-0
19-2
17-5
15-4
15-4
13-2
12-3
11-4
14-8 & 9
16-0
26-6
28-1
9-2
10-1
13-3
13-8
15-4
6-6
7-4

Mast, steel
Masts, top, wood
Mast wedging
Mattresses
Meat hooks
Meat racks in galley
Mechanical telegraphs
Medicine cabinets and mirrors

Megaphones
Meridian or pitometer log
Metal battens in deep tanks
Metal framed windows
Metal platforms
Metal sheathing for insulation
Metal sinks
Meter, fuel oil
Milling machine
Mill tolerance

Miscellaneous booms
Miscellaneous carpenter work
Miscellaneous deck covering..
Miscellaneous deck outfit
Miscellaneous flats and floors
Miscellaneous foundations..
Miscellaneous furniture in chart room and
wheel house
Miscellaneous gratings
Miscellaneous houses
Miscellaneous hull fittings
Miscellaneous instruments and gages
Miscellaneous shafting parts
Miscellaneous tanks
Miscellaneous tools
Moldings
Moldings, shell

Mooring fittings
Mooring lines
Mooring pipes
Mosaic tile
Motor generators

23-3
24-1
28-1
14-1
1-6
11-0
15-0
11-0
13-9

with system served


19-1
17-3
16-2
12-4
19-2 B
17-2

Motors, steering engine


Motors, ventilation
Motion picture outfit

Mucking ports
Multicoupler

Mushroom

16-1
13-3
8-8
11-4
28-6

tops

Name
Name

boards

ship
Navigating books and tables
Navigating equipment, electrical.
,

Navigating instruments
Navigating lights
Nite stands

15-4

19-3H

Non - slip treads


Non - slip tile

11-4
13-9

Non-structural trunks
Non-structural bulkheads
N. W. T. doors, steel
Notice boards
Nuclear propulsion systems
Number plates, berth

Office furniture
Oil and water separator
Oil in machinery

16-1

18-5
29-2
12-4
12-2
16-1
16-2

Oiltight hatches to deep tanks


Oiltight manholes
Operating tables

Orchestral instruments
Oute r keel
Outside ladders, vertical and sloping

1-0
11-3
16-0
18-6

Ovens
Overflow piping

Padeyes Cargo
Paint
Painter's tackle
Panels joiner
Pans, catch-all
Pants presses
Paper towel holders
Paravane casting

Paravanes
Parquet floors
Partition bulkhead....

Passenger ports
Peaks, framing in
Pelican hooks
Pelorus

Permanent

ballast....

11-4
15-8
15-2
14-1
26-6
16-1
17-5
0-4
16-5
14-3
4-4
12-4
2-5
11-4
15-4
Separate item in Light
Ship

Pianos
Pictures detached
Pilasters
,

Pillars
Pillars and girders

Pillows

and Jacob's ladders


Pin rails
Pipe casing
Pipe casings, wood
Pipe protection
Pipe trunks
Piping air ejector drain
Piping, anti- rolling tank F. O
Piping, anti -rolling tank S.
Piping astern
Piping, atmospheric exhaust
Piping, auxiliary circulating
Piping, auxiliary condensate
Pilot

Summary
14-2
16-2
14-1
5-0 to 5-9
5-0 to 5-9
16-2
15-4
11-1
18-0
13-3
11-4

4-6
27-3
18-5
18-0
27-0
27-2
19-3 B
19-3 B

P Con.

P-Con.
Group

Group

27-2
21-1
27-2
18-0
18-0
27-2
27-2
18-1
26-4
17-0
22-1
27-2
17-6
18-2
27-1
25-1
18-4

auxiliary exhaust main


auxiliary feed
auxiliary steam main
ballast
bilge
bleed
boiler escape
cargo oil (include steam)
combustion control

C0 2
contaminated system
cross connections to bleed lines..
deck scuppers and drains
>ipj
>iping deck steam
desuperheated steam
diesel starting air
drinking water
emergency diesel generator ex-

19-3A

S. S. diesel generator exhaust


exhaust and escape
feed heater drains
feed main and auxiliary
firemain
fresh water
F. O. filling and transfer

fuel oil heating

smother

heating system
hot water circulating
ice water circulating
gland leak-off
lubricating oil
lubricating oil cooler circulating
L. O. Integral,

main
main
main
main
main
main
main

main engines

condensate
circulating

engine exhaust and lagging..


engine F. W. and S. W
feed

gear L. O. (integral)

steam

make up

feed

overflow

motor

S.

recirculating condensate
refrigerating
reheater inlet and outlet
S. W. evaporating system
sanitary supply
sewage disposal
S. S. compressed air
soot blower
'lping, sp r inkling
)ing, steam drains

steam smothering

swimming pool

fuel oil service


fuel oil steaming out and

26-5
27-2
27-3
21-1
18-3
18-4
18-5
18-5
26-6
18-5
17-1
18-4
18-4
20-1
24-0

20-5
20-0
21-1
20-5
26-5
20-5
21-1
20-2
27-0
22-0
18-6
20-5
21-1
17-4
27-0
22-2
18-4
17-5
25-0
26-2
17-0
27-3
17-0
18-4

tank cross connection


turbine drain
vent
water seal
whistles
Pitometer log
Plan frames
Plans, ships'
Plants, potted
Planking, deck
Platforms, accommodation ladder
Piping,
Piping,
Piping,
Piping,
Piping,

18-8
20-1
18-6
27-3
27-4
15-4
15-4
15-4
16-2
13-6
14-5
6-1
11-4
11-4

Platform decks
Platforms, hinged

Platforms, metal
Platforms for structure at mast and king10-0
posts
1-4
Plating, boss
3-0 to 3-9
Plates, coaming
3-0 to 3-9
Plates, curtain
3-0 to 3-9
Plating, deck
6-0
Plating, inner bottom
Plating, shell

Play room equipment


Plugs, ventilator
Plumbing fixtures and drains
Portable brows for doorways
Portable slop and ash chutes
Port brows
Ports, coaling
Ports, mucking
Ports, passenger
Pot racks
Potted plants

Power-hacksaw
Preheater
Presses, laundry
Presses, printing
Pressing equipment, valet
Pressure pumps
Pressure tanks
Preventer stay, triatic stay
Print shop equipment
P roofer boxes
Propeller and shafting spares
Propeller booms, wood
Propellers
Propeller shaft
Propeller shaft clamping gear
Propeller shaft liner
Propulsion engines
Propulsion turbines
Propulsion turbo-generators and motors...
Public address system
Pudding booms, wood

Pump, auxiliary circulating


Pump, auxiliary condensate
Pumps, auxiliary feed
Pump, ballast, clean
Pump, ballast, oily
Pump, bilge

1-1
16-2
13-3
17-5
13-3
11-4
13-3
12-4
12-4
12-4
16-0
16-2
28-1
17-1
16-1
16-1
16-1
12-0
12-0
15-2
16-1
16-0
23-4
13-0
23-2
23-0
23-3
23-0
20-0
20-0
20-0
19-2 B
13-0
19-3 B
19-3 B
21-1
18-0
18-0
18-0

R Con.

P Con.
Pump, bilge stripping
Pump, boiler test
Pumps, booster feed
Pumps, brine, S. W. evaporating system...
Pumps, cargo oil
Pumps, condensate S. W. evaporating
system
Pump, contaminated evaporator feed
Pump, main circulating
Pump, make up evaporator feed
Pump, distiller circulating
Pumps, drain
Pump, drinking water
Pump, dust catcher
Pumps, emergency feed
Pump, S. W. evaporator feed
Pump, fire
Pumps, fresh water S. W. evaporating
system
Pump, fuel oil service
Pump, fuel oil standby
Pump, fuel oil stripping
Pump, F. O. transfer
Pump, general service
Pumps, heating system
Pump, hot water circulating
Pump, ice water circulating
Pumps, interstage booster, S. W. evaporating system
Pump, lubricating oil service
Pump, lubricating oil cooler circulating....
Pump, lubircating oil hand
Pump, lubricating oil transfer
Pumps, main condensate
Pump, main engine freshwater
Pump, main engine salt water
Pumps, main feed
Pumps, port feed
Pump, propulsion motor salt water service
Pump, sanitary
Pumps, sewage disposal
Pump, standby bilge
Pumps, steering engine
Pump, submersible bilge
Pump, swimming pool circulating
Pump, swimming pool filling
Pump, washing water
Purifiers, fuel oil
Purifier, lubricating oil

22-2
22-1
20-5
22-0
22-2
27-3
18-4
26-5
21-1
22-2
18-3

22-2
24-0
24-0
24-0
24-0
21-1
20-5
20-5
21-1
21-1
20-5
18-4
17-5
18-0
19-1
18-0
18-4
18-4
18-4
26-6
24-0

19-1
14-8

in

Racks, flag
Racks, rope
Racks, valet

Radio
Radio direction finder
Radio transmitter
Radio telephone
Rail braces
.

Rail fittings
Rails, brass
Rails, chain
Rails for outside ladders
Rails, pipe
Rails, portable
Rails, solid rod
Rail stanchions
Rails, storm
Ratlines, davit spans and guys
Ratp roofing

Recorder, course
Rectifiers, propulsion
Reduction gears, main
Reels, hawser
Refrigerating machinery
Refrigeration, battens
Refrigeration flooring
Refrigeration, furring
Refrigeration, insulated hatches
Refrigeration, insulation
Refrigeration, lining
Refrigeration, piping
Refrigerators not built into the structure..
Reheater inlet and outlet piping
Relieving tackle, steering gear
Return tank

Reverse bars
Ridgepoles (metal)
Rigging
Rigging fittings
Rigging for hold cranes
Rigging screws
Rings and cleats for boom vangs
Risers
Riveting
Robe hooks
Rope racks
Rubber matting
Rubbing strips

Rudder
Rudder bearings
Rudder chain emergency
Rudder filling except of wood
Rudder stock
Rudder, wood

R
Racks

Radial drill
Radiators

Ranges
22-2
26-6
26-6
26-6
18-5
18-3
17-0
18-4
18-4

Q
Quadrant, rudder
Quarters, insulation

Radar

18-0
21-1
21-1
22-2
18-1

10-4
15-4
13-3
16-1

in

Rugs
Rungs on masts and kingposts
Rungs on vents
Runners, stair
Running rigging

19-3 H
28-1
17-1
19-2 A
19-3 H

19-2A
19-2A
11-2
11-2
11-2
11-2
11-3
11-2
11-2
11-2
11-2
11-2
16-0
15-2
11-5

19-3H
20-0
20-2
15-0
17-4
17-4
17-4
17-4
17-4
17-4
17-4
17-4
16-0

27-0
19-1
12-0
2-3
11-2
15-2
15-2
15-2
11-1
11-1
10-3
9-0
17-5
13-3
13-8
1-5
19-1
19-1
11-4
19-1
19-1
13-3
16-2
11-3
11-3
10-3
15-2

'

S Con.
Group

Scuttle butt
Scuttles

15-4
22-2
17-0
26-6
11-4
18-4
18-4
18-4
22-2
11-4
18-4
16-0
25-2
25-2
25-2
20-5
12-3
17-3
17-6
18-4
12-2

Sea steps
Search lights

19-3F

Safety

lamps

Salinity indicators

Sand
Sand box
Sanitary bulkheads and doors
Sanitary pressure tank
Sanitary pump
Sanitary supply piping

water evaporators
Sanitary bulkheads
Sanitary and F. W. system
Salt

Scales
Scavenging air blowers
Scavenging air ducts
Scavenging blower silencers
Scoop, main
Screens, insect
Screening, ventilation
Scuppers, deck

Seats

Secretary bureaus
Sewage disposal piping
Sewage disposal pumps
Sewage disposal tanks
Shackles
Shaft brake
Shaft coupling bolts and nuts
Shaft coupling guards
Shaft, propeller
Shaft stools
Shaft struts
Shaft, thrust
Shafting, line
Shafting spares

Shaper
Sheathing for insulation, joiner
Sheathing, hold
Sheathing, refrigeration
Sheaves for trucks
Sheet metal work
Sheets
Shell doublers
Shell linings in quarters

manholes
Shell moldings
Shell

Shell plating
Shelving
Shelving, valet
Shelving, wood in storerooms
Shifting boards, bulkheads
Ships bells

Ship's name
Ships, plans
Ships service air compressor
Ships service compressed air system

11-4

14-2
14-2
17-5
17-5
17-5
15-0
23-3
23-3
23-3
23-0
7-3
0-3
23-0
23-0
23-4
28-1
14-1
13-2
17-4
11-4
10-4
16-2
1-1
14-1
12-2
1-6
1-1
10-4
16-1
13-3
13-3
15-4
11-4
15-4
25-0
25-0

Ships service generator


Shirt

formers

Shop equipment

Shower curtains
Shower drains
Shoveling flats

Shower fixtures
Shrouds, backstays
Shroud bands
Shutters, solid

wood

Sideboards
Signal lanterns
Signal lights
Signal span, funnel guys
Silencer, emergency diesel generator
Silencers, intake
Silencer, main engine
Silencer, S. S. diesel generator

exhaust
Silencer, propulsion engine exhaust
Silencer, propulsion engine intake
Silverwa re
Silver polishers
Sinks, dark room
Sinks, metal
Skylight covers
Skylight lights
Slicing machines
Sliding W. T. doors
Slop chute
Slop sinks except in galley and pantry

spaces

Smoke detecting systems


Soap dishes
Solid wood shutters
Soot Blowers
Sorting tables

Sounding boards
Sounding booms
Sounding boom fittings
Sounding machine, mechanical
Sounding machine boom guys
Sounding machine booms, wood
Sounding plates
Sounding rods
Sounding tubes
Sound distribution and announcing
Sound powered telephones
Spanners
Spare blocks
Spare bower
Spare parts, machinery
Spare store room equipment
Spare tarpaulin
Spare tools
Spares, propeller and shafting
Special web frames
Spray shields
Spreaders (metal)

19-3A
16-1
16-1
17-5
17-5
13-3
17-5
15-2
11-1
13-3
14-2
15-4
15-4
15-2

19-3A
20-0
26-5
26-5
26-5
20-0
16-2
16-0
16-1
16-0
12-6
12-3
16-0
12-0

16-0
17-5
17-0
17-5
13-3
26-2
16-1
15-4
10-1
11-1
15-4
15-2
13-0
18-6
18-6
18-6
19-2 B
19-2 B
17-0
15-2
15-0
28-5
28-5
15-3
28-5
23-4
2-7
17-2
11-2

S Con.

S-Con.
Group

Spring struts
Spring supports, main condenser
Springs for beds
Stability indicators
Stabilizer
Stack, dummy

Stack enclosures
Stack, inner and insulation
Stack, outer
Stair enclosures
Stair nosings
Stairways, steel

Stanchions, awning
Standby bilge pump
Standing rigging
Starting air system
Stay bands

Steam
Steam
Steam
Steam
Steam

drain system
piping

main

piping, auxiliary

strainers

smothering piping
Steaming out and smothering, cargo
Steam whistle

oil....

Steel -ables

Steering engine
Steering gear and rudder
Steering pole, wood
Stem casting
Steps

machines
frame casting

Sterilizing

Stern
Stern
Stern
Stern

tube
tube bearing
tube gland

Steward's outfit
Stock kettles
Stools
Stools, shaft

Storage batteries
Stores davit falls
Storm oil and tanks
Stoves
Stowage: Anchor, spare tailshaft, spare
propellers, scuttle covers, deadlight
covers, deck gear (fastenings for boxes),
booms, lines, etc., but not reels
Stowage, boat
Stowage racks and bins, laundry
Strainers, fuel oil discharge

0-3
20-3
14-2
15-4
19-7
8-9
8-9
26-5
26-5
4-7
13-8
10-3
11-2
18-0
15-2
25-1
11-1
27-3
27-0
27-1
20-0
17-0
18-1
27-4
16-0
19-1
19-1
13-0
0-0
10-3
16-1

13-9
4-0
18-0
8-0 to 8-7

19-3A

Swimming pool circulating pump


Swimming pool equipment
Swimming pool filling pump

18-4
16-2
18-4

Switchboards
Swivels

15-0

19

Tables, steel
Tables, valet
Taffrail log
Tail shaft liner

15-2
15-4
16-0

storage.
Tanks, engineer's lubricating oil
Tanks, engineer's oil
oil

Tanks for stowage


rooms, etc
11-4
15-1
16-1

2-4
13-3
4-3

16-1

-3D

T
Table linen
Tables

19-3G

Stretchers
Stringers
Stringer chocks
Structural N. W. T. bulkheads

lubricating oil discharge


lubricating oil suction

0-1
23-1
23-1
23-1
16-2
16-0
14-2
7-3

steam
Stream anchors
Stream chain or line

fuel oil suction

0-3
0-3

Sub-Bases under tile


Subdivision bulkheads
Submersible bilge pump
Superstructures
Supply piping, generators

Tallow in fairwater cap


Tanks, atmospheric drain
Tank, boiler compound
Tank boundry longitudinal bulkheads
Tank, combustion control air
Tank, compressed air storage
Tank, contaminated drain
Tank, contaminated inspection
Tanks, cylinder oil
Tank, diesel starting air
Tank, drain collecting
Tank, drinking water pressure
Tank, emergency air tank
Tanks, emergency fuel oil day
Tanks, emergency generator fuel oil storage
Tanks, emergency generator lubricating

26-6
26-6
24-0
24-0
20-0
15-0
15-0

Strainers,
Strainers,
Strainers,
Strainers,

4-5
23-1

Structural trunks
Strut bearings
Struts, shaft
Struts, spring

Tank,
Tank,
Tank,
Tank,

in paint, oil

........

16-2
14-2
16-0
16-1
15-4
23-0
23-2

27-3
21-1
4-2
26-4
25-0
22-1
22-1
24-1
25-1
27-3
18-4

25-0
24-1
24-1
24-1
24-1
24-1

lamp

feed and filter


hot water storage
inspection, contaminated system

kerosene

Tank ladders
Tank, lubricating oil gravity
Tank, lubricating oil settling
Tank, lubricating oil sludge
Tank, lubricating oil storage
Tank, lubricating oil sump
Tank, main engine F. W. expansion
Tank, refrigerating machinery oil
Tank, sanitary pressure
Tanks, salt water evaporator test
Tanks, sewage disposal

10-4
21-0
18-4
22-1
24-1
11-3
24-0
24-0
24-0
24-0
24-0
20-5
24-1
18-4
22-2
17-5

T Con.
Tank, ships service compressed air
Tank, soda
Tank, soot blower compressed air
Tanks, storm oil
Tank, surge
Tanks, tallow
Tank, washing water pressure
Tank, whistle air
Tarpaulins
Telegraphs, electrical
Telegraph, emergency (radio)
Telegraph, main (radio)
Telegraphs, mechanical

T-Con.
25-0
24-1
26-2
15-4
21-0
24-1
18-4
27-4
15-3

Thermometers

19-2 B
19-2 A
19-2 A
19-2 C
19-2 B
19-2 A
19-2 B
15-4
14-2
17-3
15-4

Thermostats

26-4

Thermo

17-1
11-1

Telephones
Telephone, radio
Telephones, sound powered
Telescopes
Television sets

Terminals

tanks

Thimbles
Throttle valves, propulsion
Thrust bearing, main (integral)
Thrust bearing, main (independent)

Thrust shaft
Tile cove
Tile, wall

Tiling:

Ceramic, mosaic, brick, non-slip

Tiller or quandrant

Toasters
Toilet paper holders
Tolerance, mill
Tonnage doors
Tonnage hatch tarpaulins
Tonnage opening steel covers
Tonnage openings wood covers
Tool cabinet
Tool racks
Toothbrush holders
Topmast bands
Topmast shrouds, head stays
Topping lifts and purchase, chain or rope
Torsion meter

Towels
Towel racks
Towers
Towing hook

Tow

(cast)

lines

Transformers
Transverse framing in I. B
Transverse framing outside I. B
Transverse W. T. and O. T. bulkheads
Transom frame
Transom, shell

Transoms
Treatment stands
Trolley hoists
Trolley tracks and fittings

20-0
20-2
23-1
23-0
13-9
13-9

Trucks
Trunks, access
Trunks, cargo
Trunks, non -structural
Trunks, pipe
Trunks, structural
Tubes and kickpipes, electrical

Tubs
Tumblers, laundry
Turbine drain piping
Turbines, propulsion
Turbo-generators and motors, propulsion
Turbogenerator, main
Turnbuckles
Turning gear and motor
Type racks

U
Uncaulked decks
Unit air conditioners
Uptakes, auxiliary boiler
Uptakes and lagging to inner stack
Urinals
Urns, coffee
Urns, hot water
Utility

V
Vacuum cleaners

9-2
13-3
15-3
11-4
13-1
28-1
28-2
17-5
11-1
15-2
15-2
23-3
16-2
17-5
10-0
11-0
15-0
19-3 E
2-1
2-3
4-1
2-6

Vangs and purchases

1-1

13-3
17-1

26-5
26-5
17-5
16-0
16-0
16-1

space equipment

13-9
19-1
16-0
17-5

14-2
16-1
11-4
11-4

13-0
4-5
4-5
4-6
4-6
4-5
19-3 E
17-5
16-1
20-1
20-0
20-0
19-3 A
11-1
20-2
16-1

Valet equipment
Valve operating gear
Vang posts

Vanities

Vegetable preparation machines


Vent condenser, contaminated
Ventilation ducts
Ventilation, machinery space
Ventilation, mechanical
Ventilation, natural

Ventilator plugs
Vent pipes
Vents, sounding tubes and overflows

Visor frame
Voice tubes

16-2
16-1
18-7
10-0
15-2
14-2
16-0
22-1
17-2 & 3
28-3
17-3
17-2
13-3
18-6
18-6
11-4

19-2C

W
Wall

tile

Warping winches

Warps
Washing machines, laundry
Washing water pressure tank
Washing water pump
Waste lockers
Waste paper baskets
Watch tackle, deck tackle
Water coolers
Water in machinery

13-9
19-0
15-0
16-1
18-4
18-4
24-1
16-2
15-2
16-0
29-1

W-Con.

W-Con.

Group

Group

Water

lights

Watertight and non -watertight scuttles


Watertight hatches, raised and flush
Watertight manholes

Wave machines
Weather cloths
Weather printer

15-4
12-2
12-4
12-2
16-1
15-3

Wireless halliards
Wire mesh bulkheads and doors
Wiring and wiring appliances

15-2
11-4

Wood beams
Wood covers for cargo hatches
Wood decks (caulked)

19-3H

Wooden houses
Wooden masts and
Wooden windows

13-1
13-1
13-7
14-0
13-0
14-1
13-3
13-1
13-3
13-3
13-3
13-3
28-1

Weathertight doors
Web frames, ordinary
Web frames, special

12-5
2-3
2-7

Wedges

13-1
13-3
9-1
16-1

Wedging, mast
Welding
Wheel house furniture...

...

27-4
27-4
27-4
27-4

Whistle, air
Whistle, air piping
Whistle, air tank
Whistles, steam and air
Winches, boat

Winches, cargo
Winches, schooner guy
Winches, topping
Winches, vang
Winches, warping
.,
Windlass, boat
Windlass, warping
Windlasses, anchor
Window boxing

Windows
Windows, wood

15-1
19-0
19-0
19-0
19-0
19-0
15-1
19-0
19-0
14-1
12-3
14-1

Wood
Wood
Wood
Wood
Wood
Wood
Work
Work
Work

spars........

foundations
hatch covers
in bilge keels...
in

rudder

pipe casings.....
shelving in store

bench and
benches
shop

rooms

vises................

19-3E

28-4
28-1

X
X-ray machines

16-1

Y
Yard arms
Yards, wood

10-1
13-0

Z
Zincs on stern frames

r.

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