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  • Contact damage

    The damage occured when a ship comes into contact with other ships and/or a permanent structure such as quayside...

  • Contactor

    An electrical switch that is designed to open and close a circuit frequently and is not operated manually.

  • Container

    A large steel box designed to allow goods to be sent from door to door without any handling from the initial packing...

  • Container block

    A number of container stacks interconnected and secured horizontally by bridge stackers.

  • Container cell guides

    Containers are commonly stowed below deck and sometimes on deck within fixed vertical cell guides, which guide...

  • Container lashing equipment, container-securing equipment

    Fixed and loose fittings used for the reliable securing of containers. - Fixed fittings – Stacking cones, foundations...

  • Container load

    A load sufficient in size to fill a container space either by cubic measurement or by weight.

  • Container Securing Manual

    A stowage and lashing plan approved by the classification society. It describes the application of the loose lashing...

  • CONTAINER SHIPS

    Ships intended exclusively for the carriage of containers and equipped with the appropriate facilities. Such vessels...

  • Container stack

    Containers which are stacked vertically and secured horizontally by stackers, lashing etc.

  • Container stack load

    Hatch covers for Panamax ships have stack weights up to 90 tonnes/20ft units and 120 tonnes/40ft units. Post-Panamax...

  • Container stowage in holds

    The standard 40ft containers (FEU) are stowed in cell guides without any lashing devices. If there is also a certain...

  • Container stowage on deck

    Ship motions impose heavy loads on the deck cargo which would soon move unless secured in place. Containers carried...

  • Container Terminal

    An area designated for the stowage of containers; usually accessible by truck, railroad and marine transportation...

  • Containerization

    Stowage of general or special cargoes in a container for transport in the various modes.

  • Continuous Synopsis Record (CSR)

    A new SOLAS Regulation XI-1/5 requires ships to be issued with a CSR, which is intended to provide an on-board...

  • Continuous weld

    A weld that extends continuously from one end of a joint to the other. If the joint is circular, it extends entirely...

  • Control

    The process of conveying a command or order to enable the desired action to be done. - Automatic control – A means...

  • Control and Communication Centre (3C)

    The Wärtsilä 3C is a fully integrated vessel control system with a single interface. It allows the seamless integration...

  • Control stations

    Those spaces in which the ship radio or the main navigating equipment or the emergency source of power is located...

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