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  1. Marine Machinery Regulations - SOR/90-264 (SCHEDULE VIII : Remote Control and Monitoring Systems in Periodically Unattended Machinery Spaces)

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    Item Requirements
    1 Internal combustion engines of 2250 kW or more or having cylinders of more than 300 mm bore shall be provided with crankcase oil mist detectors, engine-bearing temperature monitors or equivalent devices.
    12 An alarm system that meets the requirements of items 7 to 9 of Division II shall be provided for all pressures, temperatures, fluid levels and other data essential to the safe operation of the ship.

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    Item Requirements
    14 Automatic operation shall include, as applicable, controls and monitors for fuel flow and temperature, combustion air flow, burner flame, feed-water flow, feed-water contamination by salt or oil, boiler pressure and hot-air heating unit circulating air flow.
    55 If fuel tanks are required to be heated, fuel oil temperature shall be monitored and thermostatically controlled or the fuel tanks shall be fitted with a high-temperature audible and visual alarm in accordance with subitem 65(f)(iii).
    65 Where applicable and subject to item 66, the following monitors and audible and visual alarms shall be fitted at the central control location:
    SERVICE MONITOR ALARM
    • (v) Exhaust Gas Temperature

    High
    • (vii) Lubricating Oil Temperature

    High
    • (ix) Coolant Temperature

    High
    • (x) Piston Coolant Temperature (if separate system)

    High
    • (xi) Thrust Block Temperature

    High
    • (iii) Exhaust Gas Temperature

    High
    • (v) Lubricating Oil Temperature

    High
    • (vii) Coolant Temperature

    High
    • (ix) Fuel Oil Temperature

    High/Low
    • (iii) Fuel Service Tank Oil Temperature, where required

    High
    • (xi) Machinery Spaces High Temperature

    Detection
    66 For ships of 150 tons gross tonnage and less, only the following monitors and alarms shall be fitted at the bridge control location:
    SERVICE MONITOR ALARM
    • (iv) Exhaust Gas Temperature

    High
    • (vi) Lubricating Oil Temperature, monitor only

    • (viii) Coolant Temperature

    High
    • (ix) Thrust Block Temperature, if independently lubricated

    High

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  2. Marine Machinery Regulations - SOR/90-264 (SCHEDULE XI : Compressed Air and Refrigerating Gas Systems)

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    Item Required Information
    2 Installation details indicating assigned working pressures, temperatures and flow rates.
    3 Materials, sizes, capacities, design working pressures, temperatures, testing arrangements and procedures of compressors, air driven machinery, piping, valves and other components.
    8 General arrangement and location of compressors, valves, driers, strainers, oil separators, safety devices, sight glasses, piping, temperature and pressure gauges, alarms, condensers, liquid receivers, evaporation arrangements, refrigerated and air conditioned spaces.
    9 Installation details indicating assigned working pressures, temperatures and capacities.
    10 Materials, sizes, capacities, design working pressures, temperatures, testing arrangements and procedures of compressors, piping, valves and other components.

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  3. Marine Machinery Regulations - SOR/90-264 (SCHEDULE XII : Fuel Oil Systems)

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    Item Requirements
    2 Fuel oil for fixed installations may have a flash-point of not less than 43°C (closed cup test) where
    • (a) the ship is on geographically restricted voyages and measures are taken so that the ambient temperature of the spaces in which the fuel is stored or used does not rise to within 10°C below the flash-point of the fuel;

    6 For ships operating in extremely cold conditions with exposed fuel oil piping to the emergency generator from an external deck-mounted fuel tank, means shall be taken so that the fuel oil viscosity will not adversely affect oil flow and where warming systems are used, the system shall incorporate a heat-limiting device to ensure that the oil is not heated to a temperature exceeding 20°C.

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    Item Required Information
    3 Installation details indicating assigned working pressures, temperatures, flow rates and the oil flash-point (closed cup test).
    4 Materials, sizes, capacities, design working pressures, temperatures, testing arrangements and procedures of incinerators, pumps, purifiers, filters, valves, tank sounding and venting devices, piping and other components.

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  4. Marine Machinery Regulations - SOR/90-264 (SCHEDULE VII : Steering Systems, Shipside Components and Windlasses)

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    Item Requirements
    3 In determining the scantlings of components of rudder actuators subject to internal hydraulic pressure, the following stresses are permitted:

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    SB 
    is the specified minimum tensile strength of material at ambient temperature
    Sy 
    is the specified minimum yield stress or 0.2 per cent proof stress of material at ambient temperature

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    Item Required Information
    7 Specifications indicating maximum stresses, materials and physical properties of principal components, particularly those that may be subjected to low ambient temperatures.

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    Item Required Information
    3 Specifications indicating maximum stresses, materials and physical properties of principal components, particularly those which may be subjected to low ambient temperatures.

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  5. Marine Machinery Regulations - SOR/90-264 (SCHEDULE II : Low-Pressure Steam Boilers Having a Design Working Pressure Not Exceeding 350 kPa and Hot-Water Boilers Having a Design Working Pressure Not Exceeding 1 100 kPa or a Design)

    SCHEDULE IILow-Pressure Steam Boilers Having a Design Working Pressure Not Exceeding 350 kPa and Hot-Water Boilers Having a Design Working Pressure Not Exceeding 1 100 kPa or a Design Temperature Not Exceeding 120°C

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    Item Required Information
    2 Design working pressure, temperature and evaporation rate for steam or flow rate for water.
    9 Where a manufacturer of a boiler certifies that the boiler was constructed in accordance with rules or codes, information set out in items 2 to 7 is not required to be submitted
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    • (b) where the boiler is a hot-water boiler if the design working pressure of the boiler does not exceed 210 kPa and the temperature of the hot water in the boiler will not exceed 98°C.

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    Item Requirements
    10 Except where, on the basis of the periodic general inspection, there is apparent damage, improper operation or deteriorated condition of components, items 1 to 9 do not apply to
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    • (b) a hot-water boiler, the design working pressure of which does not exceed 210 kPa pressure and temperature of the hot water does not exceed 98°C.

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