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One (1) set of valves for one lubricating oil pump.

Assorted bolts, nuts and shim material.
Bar and plate steel in various sizes.

No spare parts required for auxillaries which are fitted in duplicate when such duplication 18 in excess of that required by the rules.

INTERNAL COMBUSTION ENGINES

sumable stores, fresh water and fuel aboard the vessel, which estimate shall be furnished by the Chief, Inventory section, Ofice of Property and Supply to the Chief, Ship Sales Branch, who shall be responsible for carrying out the provisions of paragraph (b) (3) of this section with respect to consumable stores, fresh water and fuel.

(e) List of American Bureau of Shipping spare parts and equipment for each ocean going vessel.

STEAM RECIPROCATING ANGINIS
Two (2) crosshead bearing bolts and nuts.
Two (2) crankpin bearing bolts and nuts.
Two (2) main bearing bolts and nuts.

One (1) set of piston rings where common rings are used.

Twenty-five (25) percent of piston springs.
8ix (6) follower ring studs and nuts.
Six (6) cylinder cover studs and puts.
Six (6) valve chest cover studs and nuts.

One (1) set of bearing pads for one singlecollar type thrust bearing where fitted.

One (1) set of bolts for each size coupling.

One (1) set of propeller studs, 11 of special material.

One (1) set of valves for one feed pump.
One (1) set of valves for one bilge pump.
A set of bearing gauges.
Assorted bolts, nuts, and shim material.
Bar and plate steel in various sizes.

No spare parts are required for auxiliaries which are atted in duplicate when such duplication is in excess of that required by the rules.

STEAM TURBINES One (1) set of springs for governor, relief, and maneuvering valves.

One-hall (12) set of packing rings, or segments, with springs for each gland so Atted.

Five (5) percent of bolts, or studs, and outs of each size atted in joints of turbine and gear casings.

One (1) set of thrust pads or rings, also springs where itted for each size turbine thrust bearing.

Assorted shims and liners where itted.

One (1) set of bolts and nuts for each size for turbine rotor, pinion, and gear bearings.

Spare bearing bushings sufficient to replace all the bushings on any one turbine rotor, pinion and gear having sleeve type bearings or complete assemblies consisting of outer and inner races and cages oomplete with rollers or balls where these types of bearings are used.

One (1) set of coupling bolts of each size, for one coupling.

One (1) set of bearings pads for one single collar type main thrust bearing where atted.

One (1) set of studs, when made of speclal material, for one propeller.

Two (2) thermometers for the lubricating oll system.

One (1) set of valves for one feed pump.
One (1) set of valves for the bilge pump.

Spares for Main Propelling Machinery One (1) engine cylinder head completo with valves, cages, springs, etc.

One (1) piston complete with rings, etc.

One (1) set of parts liable to damage or wear for the piston cooling, arrangement of one cylinder.

One (1) set of bearings pads for one single collar type main thrust bearing where Otted.

One (1) set of studs, when made of special material, for one propeller. Additional Spares for Main Engines and

Spares for Auxiliary Engines One (1) set of valves for one (1) cylinder complete with cages, springs, etc.

Twenty-five (25) percent of fuel valve needles.

One (1) set of piston rings for one piston.

One (1) set of main bearing brasses complete with bolts and nuts.

One (1) set of crankpin bearing brasses complete with bolts and nuts.

One (1) set of crosshead bearing brasses complete with bolts and nuts, when itted or one wrist pin bushing where trunk pistons are used.

Where reduction gears are used there shall also be provided spare bearing bushings sui. ficient to replace all the bushings on any one piston and gear having sleeve type bearings, or complete assemblies consisting of outer and inner races, and cages complete with rollers or balls where these types of bearings are used.

One (1) complete set of the parts llable to damage or wear for the fuel oll pumps.

One (1) complete set of rings for each size piston of air compressors and scavenging air pumps.

One (1) set of bolts or studs of each sizo for one cylinder cover or the engines and air compressors.

One (1) set of coupling bolts of cach size for one coupling.

Twenty-five (28) per cent of each size of special gaskets and packing, at least one of each size.

One (1) set of templates and gauges for adjusting gear and aligning main bearings

A sufficient length of each size of pipe used for injection air, starting air and injection oll lines to replace the longest seotion of pipe.

Assorted bolts, nuts, pipe dangos and pipe couplings.

At least one (1) set of valvoo of oach type and size for oil transfer pumpo, fuel oli pumps, lubricating olly pumps, cooling water pumps and bilge pumpe.

No spare parts are required for auxiliaries which are fitted in duplicate when such duplication is in excess of that required by the rules.

BOILIRS

One (1) set of springs for one safety valve of each size.

Twelve (12) gauge glasses with packings per boiler If of the round gauge glass type.

Two (2) gauge glasses per boller and one (1) frame for each two boilers if of the flat gauge glass type.

One-half (2) set of plain grate bars for one boller (coal burning).

One (1) strainer basket of each size for fuel oil system.

Twenty-five (25) per cent of burner atomizer units for oil-fired bollers.

One (1) standard boiler presure gauge or gauge testing apparatus.

Five (5) per cent of each size and kind of tube for one fire-tube boiler.

Five (5) per cent of the tubes for one water tube boller.

The number of each size and location in the boller are to be as approved in connection with the design in each case.

Tube stoppers for twelve (12) generator, economizer and superheater tubes of each kind and size.

Necessary tools for operations.

REFRIGERATING MACHINERY-RELER CARGO

VESSELS

(a) When duplicate machinery units are atted so that each unit is separately con. aected to two or more refrigerated compartments, one set of spare gear will be required as follows:

One (1) crankshaft, complete, with eccentric sheaves or one-hall shaft where interchangeable.

One (1) cover of each pattern for compressors, except where forged steel cover or screwed plugs are fitted.

One (1) piston and rod with nuts, complete of each pattern, for steam cylinders and compressors.

One (1) valve spindle and nut of each pattern.

One (1) pair of main bearing bushings complete.

Two (2) main bearing bolts.

One (1) set of piston rod and connecting rod bolts and bushings.

One (1) cylinder cover of each type for the steam cylinders.

One (1) eccentric strap and rod, complete, of each pattern.

Main and cut-off valves for steam cylinder.

One (1) coupling for each type of compressor piston rod.

One (1) set of suction and delivery valves, complete with springs and casings, required for one compressor cylinder of each type and, In addition, 6 springs of each type.

One (1) set of metallic packing rings, ut used, for compressors.

One (1) oil pump complete.

One (1) circulating pump bucket and rod, or one impeller and shaft of each type.

One (1) set of suction and delivery valves for each type of circulating pump.

One (1) rod of each type for steam and water ends of piston brine pumps.

One (1) cylinder cover of each type for piston brine pumps.

One (1) impeller and shaft of each type for centrifugai brine pumps.

One (1) set of coupling bolts of each type for centrifugal brine pumps.

One (1) gas regulating valve, complete, 1 made of cast iron; one rod and cone 11 of mild steel

One (1) distributing and one (1) collecting plece of each pattern, except where they are of forged steel.

Assorted valves, cocks, flanges and fittings.
Blocks for making all leather packing.

Two (2) spare gauges with pressure and temperature scales and a sufficient supply of mercury thermometers.

Assorted lengths and bends of piping, to gether with flanges, couplings and screwing appliances.

A supply of assorted bolts, nuts, studs, packings, joint rings, compressor rings and leathers.

(b) In cases where independent cooling water pumps are not fitted and the cooling water is supplied by auxillary pumps, spare piston rings, pumps valves and rods are to be carried.

(c) Where independent surface condensers, with air, water, circulating and feed pumps, are itted and there are 70 connections to the main engine pumps, the following additional spare gear is to be carried:

One (1) crankshaft, complete with eccentric sheaves.

One (1) piston rod, complete of each pattern.

One (1) set of piston rings of each pattern for steam cylinders.

One (1) eccentric strap and rod of each pattern.

One (1) pump bucket and rod, complete of each pattern.

One (1) set of connecting rod and cross head bolts and nuts.

One (1) set of valves for each pump.

81x (6) tubes and twenty-four (24) ferrules for the condenser.

(a) Where connections to the main engine pumps are provided in cases otherwise similar to that of the foregoing sub-paragraph (c) the spare required will be as follows:

One (1) pump bucket and rod, complete, of each pattern.

One (1) set of connecting rod and crosshead bolts and nuts.

One-half (42) set of valves for each pump

(e) Spare gear required for vessel engaged in voyage of not more than three days' dura. tion should be as follows:

One (1) piston of each type, complete, for steam and compressor cylinders.

One (1) piston of each type, complete with outs for steam and compressor cylinders.

One (1) valve and rod of each type, com- specially submitted to the Bureau for plete with nuts.

approval. One (1) eccentric strap and rod of each

LECTRICAL type. One (1) set of connecting rod brasses, com

Coils: One (1) spare deld coll of each kind plete with bolts and nuts, of each type.

and size for direct-current generators and One (1) set of main bearing brasses, com

motors. plete with bolts and nuts, of each type.

Two (2) spare field coils for synchronous One (1) set of suction and delivery valves,

motors and salient-pole synchronous genercomplete with springs and casings, of each

ators. type.

One-fourth set of rotor coils for formOne (1) set of piston rings for steam and

wound induction propulsion motors.

One-fourth set water ends of each type of brine pump.

of armature coils for Blocks for making all leather packings.

synchronous and induction propulsion

motors. One (1) spare gauge with pressure and temperature scales.

Exception: Alternating-current motors Assorted lengths and bonds of piping, to

with multiple windings require no spare

soils. gether with flanges, couplings and screwing

Bearings: One (1) bearing lining of each appliances.

kind and size with oll rings, where atted, A supply of assorted bolts, nuts, studs,

for generator and motors. packings, joint rings, compressor rings and

Brushes and Holders: One (1) complete leathers.

brush holder with three spare springs, stud (1) Spares required for electric motors are

insulation and set of brushes for each type as follows:

and size, where fitted for generators and One (1) spare armature, complete with

motors. commutator and shaft, for each type of mo

No spare parts are required for auxiliaries tor fitted.

which are fitted in duplicate when such One (1) spare field coll of each kind and

duplication is in excess of that required by size for direct current motors.

the rules. Two (2) spare colls for synchronous motors. One-fourth set of rotor colls for form

(f) Standard allowances list for reoutwound induction motors.

fitting EC2, 2-ET1, VC2, C1, C2, C3, C4, One-fourth set of armature colls for syn. R2, T2 and T3 class vessels sold under the chronous and induction motors.

Merchant Ship Sales Act of 1946. NOTE: Alternating-current motors with

NAVIGATION INSTRUMENTS multiple windings require no spare coils. Item

No. One (1) complete brush holder and springs,

Description

Quantity

1 Barometers, aneroid.. stud insulation and set of brushes for each

1 2 Chronometer.

1 type and size atted.

8 Clinometer.

2 One (1) set of arc-rupturing and interlock

4 Clocks, B" dial, nonstrikingcontacts and springs for each circuit breaker, contactor, relay, etc., up to eight similar sets,

5 Clocks, 84" dial, nonstriking (en

gine room). beyond that one set for each four.

1 Two (2) fuses for each fuse installed 11

8 Clocks, 6'' dial, striking (wheelrenewable fuses are used, then five renewals

house).

1 7 Divider, compass, B"'.

1 for each fuse and two cases for each size

8 Dividers, 694". fuse.

2

9 One (1) trip coll for each size and type

Glass, chart reading, 4". installed.

10 Glass, compass reading

1 One (1) set of Angers, burning contacts,

11 Horn, fog, mechanical.--

1 and springs where fitted, for each controller

12 Hygrometer, wet and dry bulb with up to four similar sets.

humidity chart.-

1 One (1) shunt coll for each size and type

13 Leads, sounding, 7-lb--

1 installed.

14 Leads, sounding, 9-lb..

1 One (1) resister of each capacity used plus

15 Leads, sounding, 14-lb.--

2 one additional for every four up to four simi

16 Leads, sounding, 80-lb, deep sea.. 1 lar resisters.

17 Lines, lead, deep sea, 1" circ., size One (1) bearing lining of each kind and

10, 120 fathoms with reel.--size with oil rings, where atted.

18 Lines, lead, cotton braided, 34" circ. One (1) set of studs and nuts for main

size 8", 25 fathoms..

2 bearings, assorted bolts, studs and nuts, 19 Megaphone, 16".

1 screws, necessary tools, etc.

20 Megaphone, 80"

1 NOTE: The spares as noted in the foregoing

21 Protractor, course, transparent.--

2 are minimum requirements. Where installa- 22 Rules, Parallel, 18" graduated... 1 tions require more than six circulating fans 23 Thermometers, copper frame, -20° additional spares should be carried as ap

to + 130° Fahrenheit 12" size proved for each such case.

(mercurial). (8) Where other than electric motors are 24 Thermometers, shiphold, -20° to used for driving fans, the spare gear is to be

+180° Fahrenheit 12" size...

66-102-67-17

MOORING APPLIANCING
Item
No.
Description

Quantity 1 Line, spring; 1" diameter, grade 4,

6 x 24, Improved plow steel wire,
with 6' 0" diameter eye spliced
in one end only. Total length
to be 66 fathomas overall after
spliced eye is produced..

ILAGS
1 Ensign, U. 8. 8' x 8'..
2 Ensign, U. S. 8' x 12'.
8 Flags, International Code, complete

set consisting of one set alpha-
bets, size no. 2 (4 ft. 6 in. x 6 It.
6 in.), one set numerals, size no.
2 (3 It. 9 in. X 12 It. 9 in.), one
answering pennant, size no. 2
(3 ft. 9 in. x 12 It. 9 in.). ope
set repeaters (first, second and
third), and two code books (Vol-
umes I and II).

1 4 Flags, International Code; size no.

1 (6 ft. 6 in. X 8 ft. O in.) of
letters, "B", "G", "H", "P", "Q",
and "Y".

_each... 1 6 Flags, ship's code letter: Com

plete set consisting of four let-
ters in set (4 it. 6 in. X 5 ft.

6 in.).
6 Plags, semaphore; type 1: size 15

in. 2. 15"; red and yellow.... 7 Plags, semaphore; type II, size 16

in X. 15 in.; blue and white-.-. 2 8 Shapes, day, 24 in. diameter, black. 3

EMERGENCY RIOT EQUIPMENT 1 Irons, hand (handcuffs). --pair.. 1

OFFICE EQUIPMENT 1 Typewriters, elite-11", 18", or 26"..

1 2 Typewriters, Navy telegraphic, 11"

(radio room).
LIVING AND BERTHING EQUIPMENT

Oficers, Approximately-18 1 Blankets

86 2 Cloths, table...

86 8 Covers, mattress.

20 4 Covers, pillow.

42 5 Curtains, shower.

12 6 Felts, table; flannel..

6 7 Pillow cases, white..-

108 8 Sheets, white..

108 9 Spreads, day; green momie cloth.. 24 10 Towels, bath..

108 11 Towels, face; huck...

108 Petty Officers and Crew, Ap

proximately 36 With 4

estras-40 12 Blankets, gray

84 18 Counterpanes, cotton; blue and white.

84 14 Covers, mattress16 Covers, pillow.... 16 Pillow cases; white...

120 17 Sheets, white..-

240

LIVING AND BERTHING EQUIPMENTA continued
Petty Officers and Crew, etc.-

Continued
Item
No.
Description

Quantity 18 Towels, bath...

240 19 Towels, face----

240 Galley and Pantry Linen 20 Towels, service (glass and pantry). 120

Miscellaneous Linen 21 Aprons, cooks'.

12 22 Bags, laundry..

12 29 Coats, messmen's...

24 24 Coats, cooks'

18 All Locations 25 Mats, door; cocoa..

12 26 Life preservers, merchant type, ap

proved by classification require.
mente...

58 Officers and Crew 27 Pillows, chicken feather, 2% lb.,

officers... 28 Pullows, chicken feather, 342 lb.,

crew and hospital berth... 29 Mattresses, innerspring; oficers (or one per berth).

18 30 Mattresses, cotton felt; crew and hospital (or one per berth)-- 40

MESSING EQUIPMENT

Officers' Mess-Tableware 1 Forks.

48 2 Knives.

48 3 Spoons, medium.

36 4 Spoons, tea ----

Officers' Mess-Chinaware 6 Bowls, grapefruit and cereal.---- 24 6 Bowls, sugar, with cover; round.. 7 Cups, coffee or tea..

86 8 cups, egg

12 9 Dishes, celery 10 Dishes, vegetable, oval (bakers'). 534"

86 11 Dishes, vegetable, oval (bakers'), 10"..

6 12 Pitchers, cream, handled, 8 oz.---. 8 13 Pitchers, ball boy-.

6 14 Plates, bread and butter, 694

38 15 Plates, breakfast; 8 in.

24 16 Plates, dessert, 748 in...

86 17 Plates, dinner, 9 in.-

80 18 Plates, soup, rim deep, 9 in.-

30 19 Platters, oval; 93/8 in..

12 20 Platters, oval, 1944 in. 21 Pots, mustard; 4 oz.-22 Saucers, coffee..

36 23 Saucers, fruit, 544 in..

36 24 Spoons, mustard; bone or plastic, approx. 434 in----

Glassware 25 Bottles, water..

17 26 Cruets, oil and vinegar.

12 27 Glasses, fruit juice.--

36 28 Glasses, iced tea.----

86 29 Glasses, water....

72 30 Pitchers, water, 56 oz. capacity---- 8

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MESSING EQUIPMENT—

continued
Glassware-Continued
Item
No.
Description

Quantity 31 Shakers, pepper, 3%2 in. bigb.---. 12 32 Shakers, salt, 344 in. bign.------- 12

Petty Officers and Crew's

MessChinaware 33 Bowls, soup or cereal..

48 34 Bowls, sugar, round.

10 35 Cups, egg--

12 36 Dishes, vegetable.. 37 Mugs, coffee...

84 38 Pitchers, hall boy-39 Plates, dessert, 748 in.-

84 40 Plates, dinner, 9 in.--

84 41 Plates, soup, rim deep, 9 in.

48 42 Platters, oval, 1314 in.-43 Pots, mustard... 44 Saucers, fruit, 54 in.-

84 Petty Oficers' and Crew's

Mess-Flatware 45 Forks, table...

60 46 Knives..

60 47 Spoons, medium

60 48 Spoons, tea..

84 Miscellaneous Equipment 49 Bells, dinner...

1 Galley and Pantry Gear 50 Boards, bread, size 16" x 22" x 4"

1 61 Bowls, beating, retinned, 16 in. diameter.

1 52 Bowls, mixing, retinned, 22 in. dl. ameter.

1 53 Boards, meat-cutting, size, 18" X 24" X 3'

1 54 Boxes, bread..

2 55 Broiler, range

2 56 Brushes, butcher block...

1 57 Canisters, grocers' 10 lb. capacity.. 68 Cans, garbage or ash, with cover.. 6 59 Choppers, meat and food....

1 60 Cleavers, market---

1 61 Colanders, retinned, 7 qt. capacity- 1 62 Colanders, retinned, 22 qt. capacity

1 63 Corers, apple, T-shape..

1 64 Corkscrews

3 85 Cutters, biscuit or cake, 242 in.--- 1 66 Cutters, doughnut, 3 in.-

1 67 Dippers, 1 qt. capacity-

1 68 Dippers, 142 qt, capacity..

1 69 Dredges, dour...

1 70 Dredges, sugar

1 71 Forks, cooke'.

2 72 Funnels, 1 qt. capacity.

3 73 Graters, balt round.--

1 74 Graters, square..

1 75 Griddles, cast iron.----

1 76 Hooks, meat; "S" type..

48 77 Ice picks...

6 78 Kettles, sponge.

1 79 Kolves, bread..

2 80 Knives, cooks'. 81 Knives, grapefruit.

2 82 Kaives, paring 83 Knives, scraping

1

MESSING EQUIPMENT-continued

Galley and Pantry Gear-Continued
Item
No.
Description

Quantity 84 Ladles, retinned, 844 oz, capacity-. ១ 85 Ladles, retinned, 7 oz. capacity.. 86 Ladies, retinned, 1244 oz. capacity. 1 87 Ladies, retinned, 24 oz. capacity.. 1 88 Mashers, potato....

1 89 Measures, 1 qt. capacity

1 90 Openers, can; mechanical.

1 91 Palls, garbage, with cover, 7 gallon

capacity 82 Pans, baking, steel.. 93 Pans, roll; sheets... 94 Pans, bread, pullman, with cover.. 18 95 Pans, dish, round, 21 qt. capacity. 1 96 Pans, dish, round, 36 qt. capacity. 2 97 Pans, fry, 642 in. diameter.. 98 Pans, try, 9% in, diameter. 99 Pans, try, 1148 in. diameter. 100 Pans, fry, deep, 2012 in. top di

ameter 101 Pans, muffin, 12 cups to pan.... 102 Pans, roasting, 24" x 18" x 36". 103 Pans, sauce. 2-qt. capacity-.. 104 Pans, sauce, with cover, 8-qt. capacity

1 105 Pans, sauce, with cover, 18%-qt. capacity

1 106 Pans, sauce, with cover, 10-qt. c&pacity

1 107 Pans. sauce, shallow, with cover, 12-qt. capacity--

2 108 Peels, wood (cracker peel).

1 109 Pins, rolling

1 110 Plates, ple.--

24 111 Pots, sauce, 21-qt. capacity.

2 112 Pots, sauce, 80-qt. capacity-

2 113 Pots, stock, with cover, 9 gal..

1 114 Pots, stock, with cover and faucet, 9-gal. capacity-

1 116 Saws, meat, frame, butchers'.

1 116 Scales, household. 117 Scoops, grocers'. 118 Scrapers, dough.. 119 Sieves, flour, wood rim..

1 120 Sieves, puree..

1 121 Skimmers, 4-in. blade. 122 Skimmers, 614-in, blade123 Spoons, cooking, perforated..

2 124 Spoons, cooking, 15% in, solid. 125 Spoons, cooking. 17 in...

2 126 Steels, butchers'. 127 Strainers, china-cap, retinned. 1 128 Strainers, tea, 24 in..

1 129 Tongs, ice, steel.. 130 Trays, serving. 1444" I 18%4" X

1%' 181 Turners, cake, 4% in. blade--- 1 132 Turners, egg, perforated blade, 344 in..

2 133 Whips, egg; 12 in.

1 134 Whips, egg: 16 in.

1 186 Whips, egg: balloon, 14 in..-. 1

(g) Standard allowance list for reoutfitting N3 and T1 class vessels sold under the Merchant Ship Sales Act of 1946.

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