Ship’s Embarkation Ladders for Embarkation And Disembarkation
Application of ship's Embarkation Rope Ladder
The embarkation ladder application usually is used on a merchant vessels to embark survival crafts.
Standard of ship's Embarkation Rope Ladder
Chapter I and VI of MSC.48(66) International Life-saving Appliance Code(LSA Code).
Regulation 4, 11 & 34, Chapter III of SOLAS 1974, as Amended;
ISO5489-2008 Ships and Marine Technology–Embarkation Ladder;
CB/T428-1993, Embarkation Ladder;
Specification of Ship's Embarkation Rope Ladder
Each wooden part are made of a hardwood (e.g. ash, oak, elm, beech, teak or apitong) free from knots.
Each side rope shall be mildew-resistant manila rope or a spun thermoset polyester rope with a polypropylene core of a colour that contrasts with the spun polyester.
Each side rope shall have a breaking strength of at least 24 kN, and a nominal diameter of 18 mm (57 mm circumference).
The steps should be non-slip, hard wood steps without knot and equally spaced at 330±20mm.
Fastening hardware for rope and steps must be corrosion resistant, or made of similar material treated corrosion resistance
Ship's Embarkation Rope Ladder Parameters
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