The ship fire protection system is a protection facility designed and installed to prevent ship fires. It is an important part of the ship. It consists of fire extinguishing medium and medium supply equipment, medium transmission pipeline, control valve and terminal equipment. When a fire occurs, the power equipment supplies the fire extinguishing medium to the fixed pipeline, and then The terminal device sprays the fire source to achieve the purpose of fire extinguishing.
The Kenter-type joining link contains three parts plus taper pin and lead plug. The two main halves have numbers to be matched and arrows to be lined upfor ease of assembly with the third piece (stud). The two main parts are attached to the ends of the chainin a vertical position and then fitted tog
OMD-2005 15ppm Bilge Alarm OMD-2005 15ppm Bilge Alarm according to IMO Resolution MEPC.107 (49).All monitors in our range are inspected and tested to the related I.M.O. requirements at ou r factories prior to delivery.In normal use the units should operate correctly and without fault over a long pe
This containment boom is an impervious (non-absorbent) floating, fence-like boom?used for oil spill containment on the water’s surface. The PVC Oil fence boom is composed of a?PVC outer barrier?that houses either fully sealed polystyrene floats or closed cell polyethylene foam that?prevent the boom
Deck Cranes Deck crane is a machine mounted on a ship's upper deck. This kind of crane structure is compact, makes more deck area to be used on a ship, and it has little effect for sight on the bridge. Deck crane has the advantages of simple operation, high loading and unloading efficiency.