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ARNT

Exhaust valve
AECJ
The water can be applied in a fine spray
starting from the front in a sweeping motion.
ANXC The Chief Engineer
BAWI
He will find a lubricating chart in the
maintenance manual
BAWI
He will find a lubricating chart in the
maintenance manual
BFIR All the mentioned alternatives.
BGJK Lube oil cooler
BOIO brass knife
BRXF Either of the mentioned alternatives.
BRXF Either of the mentioned alternatives.
BUFM Plan for safety preparedness
BWVB
All those listed in the other
alternatives
CEIC CO2
CIAG All of the mentioned equipment.
CKSH
15 compressions followed by 2 full
ventilations.
DGKR Adjustable wrench
DGLL
Start with intermittent firing, using
small firing periods and long
intervals gradually building up to
longer firing periods and shorter
intervals.
DKQF Checking the moorings for tightness/slack.
DSVC
Ensure all doors are in closed
position.
DTIR
Notify Master, Deck officer and engineer in
charge.The loop for this special sensor to be switched off and
take normal precautions for hot work.
EBPS
In case of accidents, it is important that a wide
range of personnel must be permitted and trained to operate the
pump.
EHEB Exhaust valve
EKLM 4
EKLO 1.5 litre
EWBA
The condition shall be noted and
plans for further actions developed.
FKDL Air leaks on suction side
FKDL Air leaks on suction side
FWVL
Remove the toggle which will release the
painter
GKDT Piston
GKDT Piston
GLJL The pressure drop across the filter.
GLYL Crosshead
GMHS
Get out of the engine room as soon
as possible.
GRHB the closed-type feed-water system
GUNS Air, Breathing, Circulation.
GUNS Air, Breathing, Circulation.
GVRS shut off the oil flow if the flames goes out
GVRS shut off the oil flow if the flames goes out
GWNI A glogged bilge strainer
GXNG
Information about the ships fire preparedness
do we find in the alarm instruction
GYLM Monkey wrench
HDKP Not less than 10000 kJ
HDKP Not less than 10000 kJ
HEBH all alternatives
HLVJ Flat file
HLXE He wants the heating coils inspected
HOLX Water extinguisher.
HQXQ Outside the coloured zone.
HWQG
Stand on dry insulating material and pull the
person away with isulating material.
HYEK too much combustion air
HYRP
Close the valves on both the Acetylene and the
Oxygen bottles.
IDIN Warm clothes, blankets and lifevests.
ILOI trying to ignite burner from hot brickwork
IURP Operate valves gradually
IYYL
A unit which automatically releases
the liferaft/lifeboat at a depth of
approx 4 metres.
JDDS Connecting rod
JFJN
The main supply valves in the deck
storage are closed prior to switching
to UMS-mode
JLRA
The floor of the raft has a second
layer which can be inflated to help
insulation, in addition to the thermal
protective aids (10% of
complement, minimum 2)
JMLY 1 Smoking in bed. 2 Covering of electric fires
with blankets. 3 Overloading electric plugs.
JNPC ICE-method.
JRLN
That the watch keeping personnel
shall be ready for starting or
manoeuvring the main engine.
KDSY
Seven short blasts followed by one prolonged
blast
KJXP
Activate the nearest fire alarm button and
advise bridge of the location of the fire.
KRDM Gooseneck vent on main deck
KTXA
Place the heel of one hand, two
finger breadths above the bottom of
breastbone. Cover the hand with the
heel of the other hand.
KTXA
Place the heel of one hand, two finger breadths
above the bottom of breastbone. Cover the hand with the heel of
the other hand.
KUGH
Until all crew members and passengers have
reported to their respective muster stations
KVCC Posted on the notice board on board.
LAOL
To assist in the efficient and safe
watchkeeping.
LHEQ 4
LIYJ
Use a rope ladder close to the raft to
climb down and board
LQGJ gooseneck vent on main deck
LVMK Warm nutritious drinks.
MGAY all alternatives
MHKY
ensure a flow of steam through the superheater
when raising steam pressure after shut down
MITU
Not allow the clothes to be hung
anywhere in the unmanned
machinery spaces.
MIWH
Legs bent, back straight, using leg muscles to
lift
MMCW
5 compressions after every 1
inflation
MNYK
Sitting on a chair, leaning forward,
with two fingers pressing the nose
together.
MWAH Water Pump Pliers
NHUI smoke going out the stack
NHUI smoke going out the stack
NIUB
He will find new brake bands in the
engine store
NKEH Call the engineer on watch
NNOO Lifebuoy with light and smoke
NNSX Piston rod
NNTR
The hydraulic pump is usually used
for tightening the G-nuts
NWKI
The surveyor is checking that the
emergency exits are properly
marked, free from obstacles and
that the closing devices are easy
operable.
OBYL Embarkation ladder
OCYK Metals
OEQU Fasten seat belts
OEQU Fasten seat belts
OQJQ heat the feed-water
OQJQ heat the feed-water
OREP
Smoking is only permitted in
designated places.
OXLR That the strainer needs cleaning.
PETN
remove any oil or scum on water
surface
PMOS atmospheric line
POLB
Organize a lookout system and join up with
other survival craft if possible. You should also stream the sea
anchor
PRQS
Protective clothing, safety shoes,
gloves, goggles, earmuffs.
PSUV The Chief Officer
QAUC the water level
QBVV
He is supposed to paint the
evaporator and use a brush to apply
the paint
QTHR Camshaft
QXAK
Extinguishing attempt is started
immediately
RCLB
Report to bridge or duty officer,
actuate the fire alarm, call the
persons around the fire and join the
fire squad
RDFC
Changing of filter element would not
interrupt the engine operation.
RDFC
Changing of filter element would not
interrupt the engine operation.
RGQQ Harness with a rope secured to a safe point on
the ship.
RLPJ Cold drinks and salt.
RSFL Collect rain water
RUYL
Disposed of in an ashtray and
ensuring that it is extinguished.
SCJU Turbocharger
SJIH call the engineer on watch
SLHF
Close them to prevent the spread of
fire, and allow the extinguishant to
be released without time wasting.
STBN All of the mentioned equipment.
SXAI soot would be swept toward the uptakes
TAQH
To ensure safe and efficient
operation.
TCGV 12 - 16 times per minute
TETA at the beginning of every watch
TKRN Dry extinguishing remedy.
TOTU centre, alternately towards each end
TUSK
When the machinery spaces are in
the manned condition.
UFCO
Make sure that the compartment
has been evacuated
UHDH
To keep constant surveillance of
machinery and auxiliary systems.
UNAG As shown in figure 1.
UPXL secure all burners
VGAH
highest point of the steam and water
drum
VHNO use a proper torch
VISK
He is to check the heater for the
hydraulic oil
VLOY
By entering the alarm instruction with your
cabin number
VQGV Use water extinguisher to put out the fire.
VQHP
Cut it with the safety knife stowed on the
exterior of the canopy close to the painter attachment point
WHRB prevent excessive furnace heat losses
WHWE The appointed lifeboat commander.
WIJO reduced heat capacity of the heater
WIJO reduced heat capacity of the heater
WOIF
raise the water level a couple of inches
above normal
WRQF Under the forecastle.
WVDH
They have to bunker fuel oil and
diesel oil
XATX
To reduce the general risk of fire in
an unmanned engine room.
XFHP When he is properly relieved.
XFHP When he is properly relieved.
XNMW Not less than 10000 kJ
XPNH Rescuing of life
XTUM All mentioned.
XTUM All mentioned.
XXBP
Notify Ch.Eng., find cause of
leakage, remedy the leakage and
then immediately start cleaning of
the tank top.
YAWR
He should be aware of the steel thickness of the
valve
YEIA Class C fire
YPAH A whistle and a light
YPAH A whistle and a light
YQTK Put on the life jacket
YQTK Put on the life jacket
YSSE
Yes, the quick closing devices shall be tested
and maintained frequently to ensure proper function in case of fire
in the engine room.
YVXD
Check that the painter is made fast to a secure
point and that the sea below is clear
MAOX Powder.
YUYX One year.
PNON 6
HPVX Immersion suit