Mooring Winch Brake Rendering Test – A systematic approach for understanding the concept of Brake Rendering Test

This Video is developed for understanding the Winch Brake Rendering Test in detail. In this video a systematic approach has been adopted for clearing the doubts related to Brake rendering test and other related terms which often create confusion among shipboard staff while carrying out this test.

This video is bit lengthy as we have tried to cover all important aspects related to this test. for the ease, we have divided the whole video in 6 modules. The respective Module no. will be displayed throughout the video so that you can always track the progress of the video.

The video is very useful for both, Ship staff as well as shore use (Shore workshops, Drydocks, Marine surveyors etc..). This video is extremely helpful for onboard Chief officers and Chief Engineers those are directly responsible for keeping the mooring system in Safe and Healthy manner. This video is also very helpful for young Marine engineers and Marine officers for preparing this topic for their exams.

We believe in continuous refinement so that we could serve you the best hence request all of you to give your valuable feedbacks in comments or by writing on support@marinetecs.com. we will be happy to hear you.

“This Video has been developed purely as guidance to be used at the user’s own risk. No responsibility is accepted by the creator of this video, their Members or by any person, firm, corporation or organization for the accuracy of any information, or omission, in this video or for any consequence whatsoever resulting directly or indirectly from applying or relying upon this guidance even if caused by a failure to exercise reasonable care. This Video does not provide legal advice. Nothing in this Video is intended to replace, amend, supersede or otherwise depart from any legal or regulatory requirements. In the event of any conflict or contradiction between any legal or regulatory requirements and the guidance contained in this document then the legal or regulatory requirements shall prevail.”

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Ashish Goyal
www.marinetecs.com

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Limitations of remote-control operation of Marine Power plant and Auxiliary machinery

All the remote-control limitations satisfy SOLAS and IACS (international Association Classification societies) standards. The requirement may differ according to class…

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CHARGING OF EEBD/SCBA BOTTLES USING HOLUGT – HL SERIES COMPRESSOR

Dear Friends
Good day!
This video gives information about the correct charging procedure of EEBD/SCBA bottles using HOLUGT – HL SERIES COMPRESSOR. The procedure is similar for charging the EEBD/SCBA bottles with the help of other brand compressors such as “Bauer – Junior II” compressors. for further info please write to us on info@marinetecs.com or visit our web site www.marinetecs.com or Facebook page “MARINETECS”
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Ashish goyal

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Connecting Rod Bolts renewal and Angle Tightening YANMAR ENGINES

The angle tightening of conrod bolts is always superior to torque tightening method in terms of reliability and safety. This video covers all minutiae points to understand the procedure of preparing new connecting rod bolts for angle tightening and suggested some alternate ways of doing things.

This video was shot during the overhaul of YANMAR MARINE AUXILIARY ENGINE MODEL: 6EY18ALW

Credits:
Mr. Savan Raval, 4th Engineer – assisted in video shooting
Mr. Devang Gupta, 3rd Engineer – assisted in maintenance procedures
Mr. Ashish Goyal, Chief Engineer – Editing and compilation of video and over all in-charge of maintenance operation.

Message for our viewers:
Thanks a lot for watching the video. we are committed to produce quality and useful videos for our viewers. please do write to us on ashishgoyal@marinetecs.com for further queries and suggestions.

Regards
Ashish Goyal
Chief Engineer

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