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  • Vacuum cleaners

    Industrial vacuum cleaners can be used to remove shipyard debris (dust, weld slag and welding rod ends).

  • Vacuum toilets

    A new type of toilets operating on the vacuum principle. Usually, the vacuum is created by an ejector.

  • Valve

    A device provided in a piping system to regulate or stop the liquid flow.

  • Valve cage

    A cylinder fitted with ports in which a valve plug moves. The port openings are shaped to produce various flow...

  • Valve characteristics

    The relationship between the valve lift and flow. It is of particular importance for the control valves. The common...

  • Valve chests

    Valve chests are a series of valves all built into a single block or a manifold. Various arrangements of suction...

  • Valve disc

    A movable cover which provides a variable restriction to fluid flow. A control valve may have two discs or valve...

  • Valve manifold

    Sometimes suction must be taken from one of many sources and discharged to other units of either the same or another...

  • Vapour emission control system

    An arrangement of piping and other equipment used to control vapour emission during tanker operations, including...

  • Vapour lines

    The vent pipes from cargo oil tanks. They are led to pressure/vacuum valves which are usually mounted on standpipes...

  • Vapour lock system

    Equipment fitted to a tank to enable the measuring and sampling of cargoes without release of vapour/inert gas...

  • Vapour pressure

    The equilibrum pressure of the saturated vapour above a liquid expressed in bars, absolute at a specified temperature...

  • Variable Injection Timing (VIT)

    VIT has been a traditional feature of Wärtsilä (Sulzer) slow-speed engines allowing to adapt an optimum injection...

  • Variable Inlet Valve Closing (VIC)

    The optional system for Wärtsilä 46F engine. VIC offers the flexibility to apply early inlet valve closure at high...

  • Ventilation

    Ventilation is the circulation and refreshing of the air in a space without necessarily a change of temperature.

  • Ventilator

    Any grid, vent pipe or opening through which air can enter or leave a space. Vent pipes on the weatherdeck can...

  • Ventilator coaming heights

    According to the International Convention on Load Lines, 1966, ventilators in position 1 shall have coamings of...

  • Ventilator head

    A cover arrangement which is fitted over a ventilator to prevent the entry of rain, or sea water. It may also be...

  • Venting system of chemical tankers

    The cargo tanks of chemical tankers are required to be provided with venting systems which are independent of air...

  • Vertical welding position

    The welding position in which the weld axis, at the point of welding, is approximately vertical, and the weld face...

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