This document specifies general terms for cargo securing systems on ships, as well as specific terms for cargo securing on container ships and on ro-ro ships. It is applicable to the design, manufacture, trade, teaching and other fields of cargo securing systems on ships. NOTEÂ Â Â Â Â ISO 3874 defines specific terms for handling and securing methods on series 1 freight containers.

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This document specifies requirements for the design, operation, performance and acceptance tests of marine shark jaws and towing pins having electric, hydraulic, diesel or steam drive. It is applicable to the design, manufacture and acceptance of marine shark jaws and towing pins.

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This document specifies the classification, requirements, test methods and inspection rules, as well as marking, packaging, shipping and storage requirements for multifunctional manipulators for deck operations (hereinafter referred to as "multifunctional manipulators"). It is applicable to the design, manufacture and acceptance of double folding multifunctional manipulators for clamping and tidying the anchor chain and ropes in deck operations.

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This document specifies requirements for the design, operation, performance, and acceptance tests of tandem mooring winches. It is applicable to the design, manufacture and acceptance of tandem mooring winches for crude oil offloading systems of liquid cargo handling equipment.

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This document specifies requirements for the design, operation and acceptance tests of hose reels for crude oil offloading systems. It is applicable to the design, manufacture and acceptance of hose reels for crude oil offloading systems used on marine structures such as floating production storage & offloading (FPSO) and mobile platforms.

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This document specifies the types, nominal sizes, dimensions and materials, as well as construction, manufacturing and marking requirements, for mooring chocks installed to lead the mooring and towing rope of a ship.

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This document specifies the types, nominal sizes, dimensions and materials, as well as construction, manufacturing and marking requirements, for closed chocks installed to lead the mooring and towing rope of a ship.

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This document specifies the types, nominal sizes, dimensions and materials, as well as construction, manufacturing and marking requirements, for casting type recessed bitts to meet normal towing requirements.

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This document specifies the types, nominal sizes, dimensions and materials, as well as construction, manufacturing and marking requirements, for steel plate type recessed bitts to meet normal towing requirements.

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This document specifies the types, nominal sizes, dimensions and materials, as well as construction, manufacturing and marking requirements, for Panama chocks installed to lead the mooring and towing rope of a ship. It is intended for ships passing through the Panama Canal, which are normally assisted through the locks by locomotives using steel towing wires and/or by tug boats. These chocks meet normal mooring requirements and Panama Canal requirements; they are suitable for mooring vessels inside the Panama Canal locks. NOTE The Panama chocks (SWL of 90 tons) for the Panamax Plus and Neopanamax vessels can be replaced by closed chocks (see ISO 13729).

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This document specifies the types, nominal sizes, dimensions and materials, as well as construction, manufacturing and marking requirements, for the seats for Panama chocks installed to lead the mooring and towing rope of a ship. It is applicable to ships passing through the Panama Canal, which are normally assisted by locomotives using steel towing wires and/or by tug boats. These seats for chocks meet normal mooring requirements and Panama Canal requirements. NOTE The seat for Panama chocks (SWL of 90 tons) for Panamax Plus and Neopanamax vessels can be replaced by seats for closed chocks (see ISO 23113).

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This document specifies the types, nominal sizes, dimensions and materials, as well as construction, manufacturing and marking requirements, for universal fairleads without upper roller(s) installed to lead the mooring rope of a ship.

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This document specifies the types, nominal sizes, dimensions and materials, as well as construction, manufacturing and marking requirements, for cruciform bollards suitable for installation on sea-going vessels to meet normal mooring and towing requirements.

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This document specifies the types, nominal sizes, dimensions and materials, as well as construction, manufacturing and marking requirements, for steel rollers installed to lead the mooring rope of a ship.

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This document specifies the types, nominal sizes, dimensions and materials, as well as construction, manufacturing and marking requirements, for the seats for closed chocks installed to lead the mooring and towing rope of a ship,

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This document specifies the nominal sizes, dimensions and materials, as well as construction, manufacturing and marking requirements, for pedestal fairleads installed to lead the mooring rope of a ship.

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This document specifies the types, nominal sizes, dimensions and materials, as well as construction, manufacturing and marking requirements, for welded steel bollards suitable for installation on sea-going vessels to meet normal mooring and towing requirements.

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This document specifies the types, nominal sizes, dimensions and materials, as well as construction, manufacturing and marking requirements, for the seats for mooring chocks installed to lead the mooring and towing rope of a ship.

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This document specifies the types, nominal sizes, dimensions and materials, as well as construction, manufacturing and marking requirements, for universal fairleads with upper roller(s) installed to lead the mooring rope of a ship.

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This document specifies the types, nominal sizes, dimensions and materials, as well as construction, manufacturing and marking requirements, for shipside roller fairleads installed to lead the mooring rope of a ship.

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This document specifies a classification, technical requirements and test methods, as well as designation, marking and documentation requirements for mooring positioning windlasses and winches of mobile offshore floating units, including drill-ships, semi-submersible drilling rigs, production platforms and offshore accommodation platforms. It can be used as a reference for ship-shifting positioning winches of pipelaying, crane and pile-driving vessels. This document is applicable to the design, manufacturing and acceptance testing of mooring positioning windlasses and winches.

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This document specifies noise limits, noise measurement methods and hearing protection for marine cranes, including electro-hydraulic cylinder luffing cranes, electro-hydraulic wire rope luffing cranes and electric wire rope luffing cranes. This document is applicable to the noise assessment of marine cranes and for the protection of their operators.

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This document specifies the general technical manufacturing requirements for marine cranes of metal construction. This document is applicable to the following types of marine cranes: — deck cranes mounted on ships for handling cargo or containers in harbour conditions; — floating cranes or grab cranes mounted on barges or pontoons for operating in harbour conditions; — engine room cranes and provision cranes, etc. mounted on ships (including floating docks) for handling equipment and stores in harbour conditions. NOTE Marine cranes in other types of crane can refer to this document. This document does not apply to cranes manufactured to operate in: — ambient operating temperatures below −20 °C; — ambient operating temperatures above +45 °C; — lifting operations below sea level; — lifting operations involving more than one crane; — emergency rescue operations; — shore-side cargo handling cranes; — lifting lifeboats, liferafts accommodation ladders, pilot ladders, gangways and their handling appliances; — launching appliances for survival craft and rescue boats.

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This document specifies the operation and maintenance requirements of marine cranes, including electro-hydraulic cylinder luffing cranes, electro-hydraulic wire rope luffing cranes and electric wire rope luffing cranes. This document is applicable to the following types of marine cranes operating in harbour or sheltered water conditions: — deck cranes mounted on ships for handling equipment, cargo or containers in harbour or sheltered water conditions; — floating cranes mounted on barges or pontoons for handling loads in harbour or sheltered water conditions; — grab cranes mounted on ships, barges or pontoons for operating in harbour or sheltered water conditions; — engine room, stores cranes, etc. mounted on ships for handling equipment and stores in harbour or sheltered water conditions. For other marine cranes not covered by the above descriptions or for other environmental conditions this document can be referred.

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This document specifies the requirements for the profiles, dimensions, tolerances, materials and inspection of chain wheels for chains on mobile offshore units. Chain wheels meeting the requirements of this document can be used with offshore mooring chains conforming to ISO 20438.

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This document specifies a test method to assess the performance of walkways using electrical resistance trace heating to provide anti-icing in low temperature environments, when installed for exterior applications. It includes requirements for the test facility, the test conditions, the test specimens, the test procedures and the test report.

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This document specifies a test method to assess the performance of handrails using electrical resistance trace heating to provide anti-icing in low temperature environments, when installed for exterior applications. It includes requirements for the test facility, the test conditions, the test specimens, the test procedures and the test report.

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This document specifies a test method to assess the performance of stairsteps using electrical resistance trace heating to provide anti-icing in low temperature environments, when installed for exterior applications. It includes requirements for the test facility, the test conditions, the test specimens, the test procedures and the test report.

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This document specifies the technical requirements, test methods, inspection rules and markings for major components of emergency towing arrangements (ETA) provided for tankers, gas carriers (LPG, LNG, etc.) and chemical vessels no less than 20 000 deadweight tonnes (DWT). It is only applicable to emergency towing arrangements as defined in 3.1. NOTE For any other applications, such as for mooring at a single point mooring (SPM) facility, the appropriate standards need to be referred to.

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ISO 7825 specifies the characteristics common to all deck machinery of any type not detailed in the relevant specific International Standards. ISO 7825 is applicable to ships in all navigation zones.

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ISO 20438:2017 specifies the requirements for grades, materials, shapes, proportions, dimensions and tolerances of offshore mooring chains.

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ISO 6482:2017 specifies the types, nominal sizes, dimensions, markings and selection rules of warping end profiles. The warping end specified in this document is applicable to windlasses, mooring winches, capstans and other deck machinery with steel wire rope, and ropes of natural and man-made fibre.

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ISO 15243:2017 classifies different modes of failure occurring in service for rolling bearings made of standard bearing steels. For each failure mode, it defines and describes the characteristics, appearance and possible root causes of failure. It will assist in the identification of failure modes based on appearance. For the purposes of this document, the following terms are explained: - failure of a rolling bearing: the result of a damage that prevents the bearing meeting the intended design performance or marks the end of service life; - in service: as soon as the bearing has left the manufacturer's factory; - visible features: those that are possible to observe directly or with magnifiers or optical microscopes, also those from pictures, but only with the use of non-destructive methods. Consideration is restricted to characteristic forms of change in appearance and failure that have well-defined appearance and which can be attributed to particular causes with a high degree of certainty. The features of particular interest for explaining changes and failures are described. The various forms are illustrated with photographs and the most frequent causes are indicated. If the root cause cannot be reliably assessed by the examination and characterization of visual features against the information in this document, then additional investigations are to be considered. These methods are summarized in A.3 and may involve, for example, the use of invasive methods possibly including taking of cross sections, metallurgical structural analysis by visual and electronic microscopes, chemical and spectrographic analysis. These specialized methods are outside the scope of this document. The failure mode terms shown in the subclause titles are recommended for general use. Where appropriate, alternative expressions or synonyms used to describe the submodes are given and explained in A.4. Examples of rolling bearing failures are given in A.2, together with a description of the causes of failure and proposed corrective actions.

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ISO 19355:2016 specifies the structural requirements for marine cranes of metal construction. ISO 19355:2016 is applicable to the following types of marine cranes: - deck cranes mounted on ships for handling cargo or containers in harbour or sheltered water conditions; - floating cranes or grab cranes mounted on ships, barges or pontoons for operating in harbour conditions; - engine room cranes and provision cranes, etc. mounted on ships (including floating docks) for handling equipment and stores in harbour conditions. NOTE Marine cranes in other types can refer to this document. ISO 19355:2016 is not applicable to the following: - minimum ambient operating temperatures below −20 °C; - maximum ambient operating temperatures above +45 °C; - loads from accidents or collisions; - lifting operations below sea level; - transport, assembly, dismantling and decommissioning of cranes; - lifting accessories, i.e. any item between the crane and the load; - lifting operations involving more than one crane; - hand powered cranes; - emergency rescue operations; - shore-side cargo handling cranes; - portable cranes on board; - lifting appliances for lifeboats, liferafts accommodation ladders and pilot ladders; - launching appliances for survival craft and rescue boats; - gangways, accommodation and pilot ladders and their handling appliances.

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Rigging used for marine cranes is mainly wire rope rigging. ISO 19360:2016 specifies the technical requirements of the selection and application of running rigging and standing rigging used for wire rope rigging of marine cranes. ISO 19360:2016 specifies the minimum requirements of the allowable strength and performance level for wire ropes of marine cranes according to the design, application and maintenance requirements of cranes. ISO 19360:2016 specifies the implementation criteria of installation, maintenance, inspection and discards for running rigging and standing rigging of marine cranes. ISO 19360:2016 is applicable to the following types of marine crane: - deck cranes mounted on ships for handling cargo or containers in harbour or sheltered water conditions; - floating cranes or grab cranes mounted on barges or pontoons for operating in harbour conditions or sheltered water conditions; - engine room cranes and provision cranes, etc. mounted on ships (including floating docks) for handling equipment and stores in harbour conditions. ISO 19360:2016 does not apply to the following: - loads from accidents or collisions; - lifting operations below sea level; - cranes which are supposed to be included in the class of the vessel and where the vessel receives a crane class notation; the contents of this document may be used however, as recommendation or guidance; - other items where there is the danger that they might be considered in-scope are excluded from this document, such as - loose gear items, such as the hook block, and - ropes and fittings; - cranes which are to be included in class by the class society; - minimum ambient operating temperatures no less than −20 °C; - maximum ambient operating temperatures above +45 °C; - transport, assembly, dismantling and decommissioning of cranes; - lifting accessories, i.e. any item between the crane and the load; - lifting operations involving more than one crane; - hand powered cranes; - emergency rescue operations; - shore-side cargo handling cranes; - portable cranes on board; - lifting appliances for lifeboats, liferafts accommodation ladders and pilot ladders; - launching appliances for survival craft and rescue boats; - gangways, accommodation and pilot ladders and their handling appliances.

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ISO 19357:2016 specifies the requirements for design, construction, safety, performance, acceptance test and operation of marine cranes for low temperature operation. ISO 19357:2016 is applicable to marine cranes of the following types, which are exposed to and operated in low temperatures: - deck cranes mounted on ships for handling cargo or containers in harbour or sheltered water conditions; - floating cranes or grab cranes mounted on barges or pontoons for operating in harbour conditions or sheltered water conditions; - engine room cranes and provision cranes, etc. mounted on ships (including floating docks) for handling equipment and stores in harbour conditions. ISO 19357:2016 is not applicable to the following: - minimum ambient operating temperatures no less than −20 °C; - maximum ambient operating temperatures above +45 °C; - transport, assembly, dismantling and decommissioning of cranes; - lifting accessories, i.e. any item between the crane and the load; - lifting operations involving more than one crane; - hand powered cranes; - emergency rescue operations; - shore-side cargo handling cranes; - portable cranes on board; - lifting appliances for lifeboats, liferafts accommodation ladders and pilot ladders; - launching appliances for survival craft and rescue boats; - gangways, accommodation and pilot ladders and their handling appliances.

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ISO 3078:2016 specifies the general requirements of cargo winches on cargo derricks, particularly electric drive or hydraulic drive.

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ISO 19354:2016 specifies the general requirements for marine cranes of metal construction. It is applicable to the following types of marine cranes: - deck cranes mounted on ships for handling cargo or containers in harbour or sheltered water conditions; - floating cranes or grab cranes mounted on barges or pontoons for operating in harbour conditions; - engine room cranes and provision cranes, etc. mounted on ships (including floating docks) for handling equipment and stores in harbour conditions. NOTE Marine cranes in other types can refer to this document. It is not applicable to the following: - minimum ambient operating temperatures below −20 °C; - maximum ambient operating temperatures above +45 °C; - loads from accidents or collisions; - lifting operations below sea level; - transport, assembly, dismantling and decommissioning of cranes; - lifting accessories, i.e. any item between the crane and the load; - lifting operations involving more than one crane; - hand-powered cranes; - emergency rescue operations; - shore-side cargo handling cranes; - portable cranes on board; - lifting appliances for lifeboats, liferafts accommodation ladders, and pilot ladders; - launching appliances for survival craft and rescue boats; - gangways, accommodation and pilot ladders and their handling appliances.

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ISO 19356:2016 describes the required tests and the testing procedures for marine cranes of metal construction. ISO 19356:2016 is applicable to the following types of marine cranes: - deck cranes mounted on ships for handling cargo or containers in harbour or sheltered water conditions; - floating cranes or grab cranes mounted on barges or pontoons for operating in harbour conditions; - engine room cranes, provision cranes, etc. mounted on ships (including floating docks) for handling equipment and stores in harbour conditions. NOTE Marine cranes in other types can refer to this document. ISO 19356:2016 does not apply to the following: - minimum ambient operating temperatures below −20 °C; - maximum ambient operating temperatures above +45 °C; - loads from accidents or collisions; - lifting operations below sea level; - transport, assembly, dismantling and decommissioning of cranes; - lifting accessories, i.e. any item between the crane and the load; - lifting operations involving more than one crane; - hand-powered cranes; - emergency rescue operations; - shore-side cargo handling cranes; - portable cranes on board; - lifting appliances for lifeboats, liferafts accommodation ladders, and pilot ladders; - launching appliances for survival craft and rescue boats; - gangways, accommodation and pilot ladders and their handling appliances. Cranes defined in this document are intended to comply with the requirements of class societies and flag states. It is also intended that reference be made to ILO and particularly the convention No. 152. Applicable regulations are those issued by the responsible classification societies and it is intended that national authorities be complied with.

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ISO 17905:2015 specifies the requirements for installation, inspection and maintenance of container securing devices for ships (hereinafter referred to as "securing devices") to ensure their safe use.

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ISO 21107:2015 establishes a search structure and properties vocabulary for identifying rolling bearings, bearing housings, accessories and spherical plain bearings primarily with the aid of electronic media, such as the Internet. The methodology for using this International Standard in search programs is not included. ISO 21107:2015 does not establish a search structure and an attribute vocabulary for identifying linear motion rolling bearings. NOTE A reference dictionary for all rolling bearings in this document is defined in ISO/TS 23768‑1. It contains definitions of bearing classes, data element types of descriptive properties and domains of values.

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ISO 464:2015 specifies the snap ring groove dimensions and tolerance values, chamfer dimensions on the snap ring groove side of the outer ring, and the snap ring dimensions and tolerance values for radial bearings in the dimension series 18 and 19 and the diameter series 0, 2, 3, and 4 (except dimension series 00, 82, and 83), as specified in ISO 15.

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ISO 104:2015 specifies preferred boundary dimensions for single-direction and double-direction thrust bearings with flat back faces. In addition, it gives the minimum bore diameters of housing washers and maximum outside diameters of shaft washers of bearings in dimension series 11, 12, 13, 14, 22, 23 and 24. Guidelines for the extension of this International Standard for single-direction thrust bearings are given in Annex A. NOTE Boundary dimensions for aligning thrust bearings (none flat back faces) and aligning seat washers are given in ISO 20516.[2]

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ISO 17907:2014 specifies the technical requirements and test methods for the equipment necessary for the ships intended to use single point mooring (hereinafter referred to as "SPM") arrangements, such as bow chain stoppers, bow fairleads, and pedestal rollers. ISO 17907:2014 is applicable to the SPM arrangements provided for tankers, gas carriers, and chemical vessels.

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ISO 18296:2014 specifies requirements for the design, operation, safety, performance, and inspection rules of ship-shifting winches, with electric or hydraulic drive. Such winches are applicable to longitudinal and transverse movements or positioning of engineering vessels for offshore operation. It can be used as a reference for inland operation.

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ISO 18289:2014 specifies requirements for the design, construction, operation, safety, performance, and inspection rules of anchor winches. ISO 18289:2014 is applicable to anchor winches, with hydraulic or electric drive, installed at the stern of seagoing transport ships. It can be used as a reference for shallow-water engineering vessels and inland ships. ISO 18289:2014 is only applicable to anchor winches with wire ropes used for anchor handling.

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ISO 3290-2:2014 specifies requirements for finished silicon nitride balls for rolling bearings.

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ISO 3290-1:2014 specifies requirements for finished steel balls for rolling bearings.

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ISO 12044:2014 specifies chamfer dimensions for outer ring, non-thrust side of single-row angular contact ball bearings, where the dimensions differ from those specified in ISO 15. It is applicable to bearings in the diameter series 9, 0, and 2 for contact angles, up to and including 30°, and in the diameter series 2 and 3 for contact angles over 30°.

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ISO 17357-2:2014 specifies the material, performance, and dimensions of low-pressure floating pneumatic rubber fenders, which are intended to be used for the berthing, and mooring of a ship to another ship or berthing structure. It also specifies the minimum test and inspection procedures for floating low-pressure pneumatic rubber fenders. ISO 17357-2:2014 does not address the methods for selecting the correct fender type or any safety hazards associated with its use.

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