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Machinery for Princess Louise Canadian Pacific Railway. British Columbia Coast Steamship Service 1920

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Wallace Shipbuilding & Dry Dock Co
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Length Q.A«
Beam MM
Depth MM
Dete„OcT&sc* .A?...    1,2.0
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the construction of
for a
Single Screw Passenger Steamer*
 ensime ima
Air pumps •• .• .. .• e. .. ♦e .< .. .• .• »• 26
Ash ejector pump ......... «e ..*.». • » 35
!l ejector. .• »< .♦ •• .. *. .. • ♦ 1. »♦ #* 69
W   hOiStS  **  ft*  e.  ..  ee  e.  ..   • * 60
11  cook tt *» e* *< e. *e .. .♦ .e .♦  #. .. 70
Balancing © •. »« e. ♦ . ♦. .*•*•##* 1
Bilge and sanitary pumps  .».....*...••« 31
BallaSt  pump   ee    ••    .»    •«    «•    .e   ••    *»♦•«.«• 36
Bilge pipes .. «. *. «  .. .. «... *• 39
Bolts and nuts ♦. .. .. ..  •♦ .. .« 41
Boilers ...... o ....... o......... 54
Boiler stop valves ».....*.... e...«. 61
Blow-off cocks •.•..•••.•...•••.«•* 63
Boiler seats      . •  «f  • .  e.   ...... V«   f> Y« 71
Tf covering „......•  7E
Tf rOOm    tOOlS    .«      eo     . .      ee      . .     «.     ••     ee     a. 84
Cylinders  .............*   •.   ........ 2
Cylinder ports and steam pipes  .......... 3
TT covers  «..**•..•..•••...•.. 4
Connecting rods **»•   ••   ..   ..   ..   •»•.   ..   *. 3
Crossheads and guides  ...*••.....«••.. 9
ColUmnS     e.      e.      .e      ..     «.      ee      ee      «e      ee     *e       ee      »«     . 13
Crankshafts    .•   ♦.    ..   • 15
Coupling bolts  21
Condensers   ..   ..   . •   ••   ..   ••   ♦. e.   ♦ 25
Circulating pumps e   ..••*......••..•   « 27
Cocks and valves *   ..   «.   ..  40
Counter ......... •    ..   . 46
 ClOCk  o.  «...  ..  ee  ee  ..  «e  . .  ..  .«  ..  . •  ••  ..46
Copper pipes, tests of ,  .. m 53
Description, General «• .. .. .. .. .. ee .. .. •• 1
Description of boiler .. ..  ee .. •• .54
Discharge valves ...... .. .. ...... ^. .... 37
Dimensions of boilers «. ••  • .. .. ♦.  54
Drawings .. .. •  .. •• .. •. ee ee *• 77
Engine-room furnishings ........«« ...... .e 82
11    w tools ..83
* " and stokehold bilge pipes ...... ..39
* !l ladders, platforms, etc .......... 43
Feed pumps .. •• .. •• .. •• .. .. .. •• .. .. ..28
Feed filter 29
Feed water heater • •• .. .. .. .. •. «. •• •• ..30
Fresh water pump  33
Funnel •. •• .. . • • • •• .. •• .. .. .. •• .. .. 56
Fans ..  ..59
Feed valves and chests ••  .. .. .. .. 64
Guide shoes .. .. •• • •• •• •• • 9
General service pump .. •• •• .. •• .. •• •• .. #34
Guards  • .. .. • • i  43
Guages •;  .. •. •  45
Grate surface.. •• ••  •• .. ••  54
General .. •• ee .. ♦. *.   .*   •• •• •• •• • ♦ •• 78
General description e ••• 1
Guarantee clause .. ..  • e e .. .. • • 80
Gratings, ladders, etc. for stokehold ...... 68
GrOVemOr     ••     ••     . .     . .     ee     e ♦•     e.     ee     e     38
Hand rails   .... 43
Heating surface     ..   ..   ••••••   ..   ......   • •  54
Internal pipes ......•• .. ••  •• • 61
Ladders, platforms, etc. for engine room • • e • 43
gratings, etc. for stokehold ...••• 68
Lifting gear .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ♦. .. .. 44
Lubricators .. .. .. .. .. ..  .. .. ..74
Lamps 76
Metallic packing   ....      2
Main regulating stop valve ..38
Oil cups   ..   .. .♦   .♦   ..   ..   .74
Oil Fuel  apparatus      81
Piston and slide valves ...............  5
Pistons   6
Piston rods .. .. .. ..  .. .. 7
Propeller shaft  20
Pillow blocks 17
 Propeller  ..   ..   ..   ..   ..   ••   ••   ..   ..   ••   ..   ••   ..23
Platforms,* engine room ..   ..   ..   ••   ..   ..   •.   • •   * 43
Painting  ..........................    49
Pipes    ..   ..    52
Proving Boilers  ........   ..   ..   .. ..55
Pipe covering   . ♦   .♦   ..   ..   ..    ee   ..72
Reversing engine .. •• .. .. .. •• •• .. .. .. eel2
Slide valves .••..•••••«•«. .♦ ... 5
Sole plate •• •• . •  .. •• •• ..14
Stern tube ..  .. .. .. .. .... .. ..22
Sanitary pumps .. •• •• .. .. .. ee .. •• .. .. .31
Spanndrs • • . • • • . • . •  . • .42
Store room •• .. •• •• .. •• •• •• .. •• .. •• ..50
Store tanks*. .. •• *. .« .. •• .. •• .. .. .. ..51
Stop valves for boilers .♦  .. .. ..  61
Safety valves ••  .62
Surface blow-off valves •• e •• 63
Salinometer cocks  66
Stokehold floors etc. 67
*    gratings  .. .. ...... 68
"    Ladders . • .68
3eeTs ash ejector .. ..  .. .. ♦. .. 69
Steam whistle.. ........ .. .. .... .. .. .. 73
Spare gear •• .. •• .. •• .. •• .. .. •• .. .. . 81 a.
Tunnel shafting ••   ..   •• ..16
Sfttraat shaft    .. 18
Tunnel blocks   ..   ..   ..    •♦ .17
Thrust block 19
Turning gear    ..   •.   ..   ..   •.   *.   ••   ••   e.  24
Telegraph  ..   ••    ••   ..   ..   ..   • • 47
TeSting ee    ..    ..    •. 53
Testing Boilers •«•• ..  55
Trials  79
Uptakes .. •• •• •• .. •• •  .. •• • 56
Valve spindles  ...... .. 10
gear .. •• •• •• . • •• »• •  .11
Valves and cocks ......,...•..•• .40
Voice pipes .. •• .• ee .• •• •• .. •• •• •• •• 48
Ventilators .. .. •• .. •• •• .. •  58
Weir's feed pumps   ....................    28
Waste steam pipes  ..   •    ••   ••   ••   ..   ..   .♦    62
Water gauges  ........   ......   , ..65
Whistles      73
Water service ♦•  .. .. ... 75
Zinc protectors for stern frame •• .. .. ..... 23
Zinc plates for boilers .. .. • «« 57
1# GEFEKAL DESCRIPTION*     The vessel to be driven by one set of
direct-acting triple expansion surface condensing engines
having four inverted eylinders. The engines are to be
balanced on the Yarrow, Schldok and Tweedy system*
The boilers to be four in number, single ended,
designed to work with assisted draught on the closed
stokehold system, and constructed for a working pressure
of 180 pounds per square inch. They are to be capable
of maintaining a good average of 16*1/8 knots on service.
2* CYLINDERS,     The engines to have one high pressure cylinder,
one intermediate, and two low pressure cylinders.  The
high pressure cylinder to be 28 inches dianeter, the inter-
mediate pressure cylinder to be 43 inches, each low pressure
cylinder to be 50 inches diameter, and the length of stroke
of each to bd 3 feet 3 inches.  The cylinders are to be
cast separately of hard close-grained cast iron and to be
good sound castings. They are each to be fitted with a
separate liner of extra hard close-grained cast iron secured
to the cylinder by screw bolts at the bottom, the top being
fitted as an expansion joint, caulked with long fibre Italian
asbestos cord and covered by a wrot. iron ring 1/2 inch thick,
machined and secured by 1/2 Inch wrot* iron pins* The space
between each cylinder and its liner to be not less than 5/8
inch and the low pressure spaces to be fitted as steam
jackets with the necessary reducing valves and drain traps*
The bottom of the cylinders to be strongly ribbed. Drain
cocks and pipes to be fitted to the bottoms of the cylinders
and valve casings for returning the water to the condensers.
The cylinder drains to be led to the condenser direct and the
valve easing drains through water traps of approved make
to the condenser.  The gear for opening the cylinder drain
cooks to be led to the starting platform and to have index
platest Auxiliary starting valves to be fitted to the It P.
receiver with connection from main steam pipe and hand gear
to the starting platform. The  starting platform to be on
the starboard side of tha ship;  The stuffing boxes for all
the main engine piston rods and valve spindles to he packed
with U. Se or other approved metallic packing. Escape valves
with spiral springs enclosed in domes to be fitted on  each
end.  of each cylinder and to each receiver* Suitable cocks
and copper pipes ©ct less than 1-1/2 inches diameter also
gear having aiaple bearing surfaces hushed with gunmetal to
be fitted to each engine for taking diagrams from both ends
of each cylinder. The indicator cocks on the cylinders to
be of approved design* All the cylinders and casings to be lagged
with Ho. 1 quality fossil meal or 85$ magnesia composition
and afterwards covered with thin burnished steel sheets
secured to iron grounds b round headed brass screws*
3* CYLIITOERS PQRT^ AMD  STEAM PIPES*   The areas of the steam ports
of the cylinders, the port openings and the steam and exhaust
pipe connections to be such that when the engines are develo-
ing their full power the mean velocities of the steam shall
not be more than as follows:-
Main steam pipes •• •• .. *. •• ..100 feet per second
H..P* cylinder, port opening .♦ .. 95 w   ,f   *
I. P*   n ft    if     ## ##150  *    ff    «
L. P. cylinder, port opening .* **220 feet per second
H. P*      " ports and exhaust
passages   ...••••  80      "       w w
tt it it 11 n      *       n n
I* Pt .   «•   .,   tllO
L. P.       " " ".....   .130       "       "
Eduction pipes between H.P. end
I. P. cylinder ..120      "      "        "
Eduction pipe between I.P. and
L. P. cylinders  .150  "  w   "
Eduction pipe between L. P*
eylinders and the condenser *« 100 feet per second
4. CYLINDER COVERS*    The cylinder covers to be oast Iron, of open
section, strong/ribbed. The tops to be covered with nonconducting material and chequered malleable Iron plates, and
the necessary eye bolts for lifting them.
5* PISTON AID SLIDE VALVES. The H. P. and I. P. cylinders to have each
a piston valve of cast iron fitted with Lockwood and Carlisle
packing ringst The L. P. cylinders to have each a double ported
slide valve working on a separate slide face made of hard close-
grained cast iron secured to the cylinders with cheese-headed
bronse pins. A  relief frame to ba fitted to each L. P. valva
and lubricated same as "Princess Adelaide* and fitted with white
metal buttons. All valves to be so arranged that they can be
easily withdrawn. The valve covers to have oil cocks. A
balance cylinder to be fitted to the I. P. and each L. P.
valve. Drawings of the balance cylinders to ba submitted to
the Owners for their approval. The liners for the piston
valve casings to be of extra hard close-grained cast iron
securely fastened to the cylinders.
6* PISTOSS*  To be of the best mild oast steel of conical form or of
cast iron to suit the balancing and each fitted with a junk
ring of cast iron. All pistons to be fitted with hard close-
grained cast iron packixsg rings of Lockwood & Carl isl*1 s make*
The {Jtunk rings to be secured by collar studs of mild steel
screwed into the bodies of the pistons* Guards, formed of
brass washers, to be under the nuts and split pins to be
fitted above the nuts.
7* PISTOH RODS*   To be of the best forged mild steel with solid
shoulders below the pistons and malleable iron nuts for securing
the rods to the pistons and the crossheads. The H. P and I. P*
 PISTON RODS* (Cont'd*)
rods to he Interchangeable and the forward L. P. to be interchangeable with the after L. P. The rods to be ground after
being turned to secure perfect parallelism*
8. CONNECTING RODS*    To be of the best forged mild steel, and of not
lass than 6 feet 6 inches in length between the centres. To
have double bearings at the top and having bushes of gunmetal
lined with white metal of approved mixture, 1/2 inch thick,
and caps of forged mild steel. The crank pin bearings are  to
have gunmetal bushes lined with whiternetal of approved
mixture 1/2 inch thick, and caps of forged mild steel. All the
bolts for securing the caps are to ba forged mild steel.
9* OROSSHBAPS AND GUIPK*   The crosshairs to be of hard forged steel
each secured to its piston rod with a malleable iron nut* The
crosshead pins to be flattened at the sides for the greater
part of their length. The guide shoes to be of cast steel of
the double guide pattern working in cast iron guides bolted
to the cast iron columns and are to be faced with white metal
of approved mixture on both the ahead and the astern surfaces*
The white metal to be cast into machined and tinned recesses
in the shoes. The guide shoes to be so arranged that they may
be easily withdrawn and lined up for wear.
10* VALVE SPINDLES*    To be of forged mild steel ground after being
turned to ensure perfect parallelism and fitted with adjustable
guides below the stuffing boxes.
lit VALVE GEAR.   The valves to be worked by means of double eccentrics
and link motion of the Stephenson type, and having gunmetal
slides made adjustable. The eccentric rods, the reversing
links, the link blocks and the drag links to be of forged mild
steel, the pins for the eccentric rods being forged solid with
the links. The larger part of the eccentric sheaves to be of
cast iron and the smaller part of &*ged steal. The eccentric
rode to have "T" ends and to be separate from the straps, the
ahead rods being in line with the valve wpindles* The reversing
levers to be of cast steel and made with a slot and screw and
fitted with a crosshead to which the drag links are to be
attached; the point of cut-off to be marked on each* All tha
working parts of the valve gear to he bushed with gunmetal
except the straps which are to be lined with white metal of
approved mixture and made adjustable for wear* The lubricating
arrangements to be complete, with syphon lubricators fitted
throughout and galvanised sheet iron troughs underneath the
eccentrics. The valve gear to be made as far as possible
interchangeable. The reversing shaft to be in two pieces
united by a flange coupling and bolts, and supported In
brackets having adjustable bushes of gunmetal.
12* REVERSING ENGINE*  A steam driven reversing engine of ample power
with gear of the all round type to be fitted, with steam
connection to the main steam pipes and exhausting to the
condenser* The engine to be capable of being worfe/ln either
direction by means of a change valve, and gear to be fitted to
admit of the reversing links being held in ans  position, and
to have an index marked "ahead" and"astern"t The reversing
worms to be machine cut and the worm wheels machine moulded.
13* COLUMNS* The cylinders are to be supported on both sides by four
cast Iron columns of box section to receive the guides. The
columns to be secured to the cylinders and soleplates by a
sufficient number of turned bolts, not less than four at each
and of each column being carefully fitted. The cast iron
coluaaas are to have separate guide plates and to be arranged
for water to circulate behind the ahead and astern guide faces,
and also front columns may be used as oil tanks, the necessary
cocks and gauging apparatus being fitted.
14* SOLEPIATEt    To be of cast iron and of box section, with six (6)
 SOBSPLATE (Contya*)
bearings for the crank shaft* The bearings to be exceptionally
long to reduce the wear to a minimum, and to have bushes
of special strong cast iron lined with white-metal of
approved mixture, not less than 1/2 inch thick* The lower
bushes to be made so that they can be taken out without
removing the crank shaft. The covers of ma^n bearings
to be of steel, each with a hand hole and each to be held
down by two forged steel bolts, so fitted that they can he
easily removed* The oil boxes to be of cast brass tinned
inside. The holding-down bolts to he screwed through tha
tank top with nut, groimet and Iron washer below, the upper
ends of these bolts being fitted with double nuts*
A cast iron chock to be fitted at each folding-down
holt and teak wedges fitted in between the chocks.
15* CRANK SHAFT.  The crank shaft to be made In two sections united
by flanged couplings and bolts, each section to have two
built cranks.  The crank shaft to be of Siemens-Martin mild
ingot steel hydraulic forged by first class makers.  The
strength of the shaft to be not less than 5 per cent, in
excess of B, C. recuirements.  The angles between the
cranks are to ba in accordance with the requirements of the
Yarrow, Schlick and Tweedy balancing system*
A crank shaft gauge to be supplied for #1 and #6 bearing*
16*  TUNNEL SHAFTING*   The tunnel shafts to be of the same quality
and make of steel as the crank shaft, each of the same
length and smooth turned all over.  The strength of the
shafts to be not less than 5 per cent, ln excesn of B. Ci
requirements. Each shaft will be supported on cast iron
pillow blocks and will have couplings of the same <1mens ions
as those of the crank shaft and bored to the same template.
The holes are to be widened and accurately fitted with
tapered bolts, not less than six in number to each coupling,
A. trailing collar of ample surface to be arranged*
at the forward side of the aftermost tunnel block*
17* PILLOW BLOCKS* The tunnel pillow blocks to be of cast
iron lined with white metal of approved mixture; the
covers to be hollow ana fitted with separate oil cupsf
Save-alls to be fitted to the ends of each block and
an external and Internal water service to each block is
to be provided. The aftermost block to be adapted to
take the drag of the propeller when the tunnel shaft is
18, THRUST SHAFT, The thrust shaft to be of the same quality and
make of steel ss the crank shafts*
The diameter of the shaft at the bottom of the
collars to be the same as the cranlc shaft and the couplings
also to he of the same dimensions as those of the crank
shaft* A bearing to be fitted close to the end of the
thrust block and fitted with an external and internal water
19•  THRUST BLOCS* The thrust block to be of cast iron with adjustable
rings of the horse shoe type of cast iron faced with white metal
of approved mixture, not less than 1/2 Inch thick. The face
of thrust rings to be machined and carefully tinned before
the white-metal is cast in. The lower part of each block
to be adapted to hold water and oil, and the rings fitted with
water circulation. Hie block to be inside the engine room
and to be firmly bolted to the engine seat. The thrust to
ba taken by forged steel rods, each screwed with a fine thread,
and having gunmetal lock nuts. Ample surface to be provided
on the ati oes*
201 PROPELLER SHAFT.   The propeller shaft to be of the same quality
and make of steal as the crank shaft* The strength of the
shaft to be not less than 5 per cent, in exiess of B. C*
reouirements.     The shaft to be covered with a gun-metal
liner the whole length of the stern tube and the liner to
be tested with water to 50 lbs# per square inch if required
before being pressed on the shaft*    The liner is  to be fitted
ln one continuous length and the shaft is to be tinned at
the forward end of the liner with a thick coating of tin,
tapering from the end of liner for a length of 6 inches
along the shaft.    The couplings to be of the same dimensions
as those of the crank shaft*
21.    COUPLING .BOLTS* Each coupling to have 6 bolts of forged milt
steel with nuts of wrot.  iron.     The  taper of the bolts
through the couplings to 3/8 inch diameter per foott
22*    STERN TUBS* The stern tube to be of cast iron secured to
the stern frame at tha aft end by a large nut of malleable
iron and to the bulkhead at the forward end b;   a strong
flange.     It is to be turned and carefully fitted to stern
frame at the aft end and to the bulkhead at the forward
end.     To have a stuffing box and gland and a lantern ring
at forward end,  the gland to be bushed with gun-metal and
to have rolled bronze studs with gun-metal nuts, two studs
being left long*    A bearing bush of gunmetal to be fitted
at each end  of the tuba and lined with lignum vitaa, fitted
edge to edge and kept in place by gunmetal key strips*    Tha
lower one third to be end wood.    The stern tube to have an
l~l/2 inch copper pipe and brass cook to draw off water at
the lantern ring*
23.    PROPELLER* The propeller to be right handed, of tha built
type, with the boss of cast steel, and  four movable
blades of Pardon's of Thorefs manganese bronze, secured
with studs of forged mild steel and bronze nuts of the same
material as the blades.    The boss to be secured to shaft
hy a feather extending the whole length of tha boss, and
by a malleable iron nut at the after end, the thread on
 PROPELLER.     contTd*
the shaft for the nut being cut to  opposite hand to that
of the propeller when going ahead.    The diameter, pitch
and surface of the blades to be arranged to suit the vessel.
The  holes in the flanges of the blades  to be made oval so
that the pitch may be varied at least 2 feet.
The forward end of the boss to be recessed and fitted
with India-rubber ring to enable the end of the shaft liner
being made watertight where it  enters the boss and a cast
iron cona to be fitted over the nut at the after end of boss*
Zinc protector^to    ba fitted to the stern frame, rudder post
and plating as may he required,
24,     TURNING S'iitAR*    An independent  engine of ample power,  and having
reversing gear, for turning the main engines by steam and
with gear for turning by hand to be fitted.    Steam connection
to engine to be taken from the auxiliary steam pipes, and
e: haust led to the auxiliary exhaust system.    The turning
wheels  on the engines to be made in halves, both worm wheels
to be machine-moulded,  and the worm to be machine-cut*
The gear to be so arranged as to be readily connected or
25*    CONDENSER* The condenser to be circular, having  the shell
formed of steel plates with solid wrought iron ring
riveted and caulked on each end to form the flange,    A
manhole  door  is to be fitted on top and a sludge door on
the bottom of the ^hell.    The condenser doors to be of
cast iron with hand hole floors in each.    The tubes to  be of
solid drawn brass, Ho.  18 L* S# g.  thick tinned inside  and
outside and packed at each en&. with cord packing and secured
by checked screwed glands,  and so arranged that they can
be easily withdrawn and packed at each end.    The tttbe plates
to be of rolled brass not less than 1-1/8 inch thiol:.    The
supporting plates to be of cast iron 3/4 inch thick, with
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1*25 square feet of Cooling surface per I. H.  P*
All  internal fittings to he of brass*
A cook for supplying soda to  be fitted on top of the
condenser,  a drain cock as low down as possible, and shield
plates to be fitted ufademeath the exhaust Inlet*
The total condensing surface in the condenser to be
not less than 562s square feet.
The condenser to be water tested in the presence of the
Coipany's Inspector to 20 lbs, per square inch after being
26*    AIR PUMP* An independent dual air pump,  of Weirfs make,  12 inches
diameter of cylinder,  22 inches diameter of pump,  and 15
inches stroke,  to be fitted In the engine room to work In
connection  with the condenser.     The pump rods to be of hard
rolled bronze and the pump liner, valve seats,  and buckets,
to be  of gunmetal with metallic valves,    A manhole to ba
fitted in each pump cte mber.     This pump to draw from the
condenser and to discharge to the float tank*
«7*    CIRCULATING PUMP*      The condenser to be fitted with an independent
centrifugal pus^p of Paul's or other approved make, worked by a
single cylinder engine,  the impeller to be of gun-metal and
the spindles of manganese bronze*
The diameter of the suction and discharge pipes to be
not less than 14 inches*
The pump is to be arranged to draw from the bilge
through a non-return valve fitted on the suction pipe*
The sas valves for the circulating pump and the ballast
pump are to be fitted with a steam valve arA pipe, to clear
the valves of ice or mud,  the other sea valves to have similar
fittings where required,  and all sea suction chests to have
brass gratings*
28*    FEED PUMPS*        One pair of Weir's  independent feed pumps to be
 FEED  PUMPS. Cont'd*
supplied and fitted in the engine room* Each pump to be
not less than 10 inches diameter, with steam cylinder 13-1/2
inches diameter, and the stroke 21 inches, and each capable
of supplying the boilers with the main engines, working at
full power without excessive pump speed and to be regulated
with automatic control gear fitted in a float tank.
These pumps are to have cast iron water ends, gun-metal
lined, with cast iron valve chests and brass valves. They
are to be arranged to draw from the condenser, the float tank
and the reserve feed water tanks, and to discharge through
or past the feed heater to the boilers by either the main or
the auxiliary line of feed pipes. An air vessel to be fitted
to these pumps.  $he feed pipes to be placed In an easily
accessible position, If practicable elsewhere, not underneath
the passages.
29. FEED FILTER.  A feed water filter to be fitted in the engine
room, with the necessary valves to admit of the feed water
being passed through the filter or direct to the boilers.
The filter to be approved make and the cotoections arranged
to permit of the filter being overhauled while the main
engines are at work.
30. FEED WATER HEATERS. One of Weir's Multiflow surface feed water
heaters to be fitted in the engine room, taking steam from
the auxiliary exhaust system, and of sufficient size to raise
the temperature of all the feed water passing to the boilers
to at least 220 degrees Fahrenheit. The heater to be fitted
with steam, drain, and by pass valves and constructed in
accordance with the requirements of the Board of Trade.
31. BILGE AND SANITARY PUMPS*    Two direct double-acting duplex
bilge and sanitary punq>s each having cylinders 6 inches diameter
pumps 6 inches diameter by 6 inches stroke, and of approved
make, to be fitted in the engine room.  The pumps and valve
boxes of cast iron, and the valves of gun-metal and the rods
of hard rolled bronze, jhe necessary stop valves to be
iritted to enable either pump to be shut off and e amined
while the other is at work.
These pumps are to draw from the sea and from the main
bilge system, in connection with which will be fitted the
distributing bilge boxes which are to be placed above the
floor plates and fitted with strainers and from these boxes
suction pipes, terminating in rose boxes will be led to
the engine room, the boiler room and the various holds.
A stop valve to be fitted to each bilge pipe where attached
to the main bilge boxes. The straight lengths of bilge
and sanitary pipes to be of cast Iron, the bends of the
suction pipes being of lead and of the discharge pipes, of
copper, a separate sea suction valve to be fitted for the
sanitary pumps and for the general serrice pump.
33, * JriiESH WATER PUMP,  A duplex pump of approved make to be fitted
in the engine room having steam cylinders 4-1/4 inches dia,t
pumps 4 Inches diameter and the stroke 5 inches. The pump
ana valve box to be of cast iron; the rods of hard rolled
bronze and the valves of gun-metal. The connections to be
as may be required for ship's purposes, An sir vessel to be
fitted to this pump,
34, GENIAL SERVICE PUMP,   One direct double acting duplet pump
of approved make tc be fitted in the engine room for general
service, with cylinders 9-1/2 inches dia eter, pump 6 inches
diameter, and 10 inches stroke, the pump and valve boxes of
oast Iron ana valves of gun-metal and the rods of hard rolled
bronze. The connections to be so arranged that the pump may
araw from the boilers, hotwells, sea, ballast tanks, fresh
water tanks and discharge to the boilers, overboard, to
deck for fire and wash deck purposes and to the hose connection
in the engine room. An air vassal to ba fitted to this pump.
 35.    ASH BJBCTOR PUMP,      One direct double duplex pump interchangeable
with the general service pump to be fitted, for supplying the
water to See's ash ejector if required having cylinders
9-1/2 Inches diameter, pumps 6 inches dia eter and 10 Inches
stroke or of equivalent capacity.    The pumps, valve boxes
of oast iron, valves to ba of gun-metal ana the roas of hard
rolled manganese bronze,    Mn air vessel to be fitted on the
discharge outlet of the pimp.    This puisagp to be arranged to
draw from the sea and to discharge to the ash ejector and
into the dec*: fire service pipe,
36. BALLAST PUMP.    One direct aouble-acting duplex ballast pump having
cylinders 6 Inches diameter,  pumps 7 Inches diameter by 1
inches stroke,  ana of approved make to be fitted in the angina
room.    The pusps to be of cast iron the valves and vslva
seats of gunmetal,  and the pump roas of hard rolled manganese
The pumps  to be arranged to draw from the sea and Mlges,
the ballast and   >eak tanks, and direct from the engine room
bilge and to discharge overboard, to the condenser,  and to  the
peak tanks*    An air vessel to be fitted.
37, DISCHARGE VALVES.      All waste water discharge ptpes through the
Ship's side to have valves arranged to open to internal
pressure and placed well above the water line;    lifting gear
to be f ittea.    All to have valve  seats of brass and valves
chests of cast iron, ana spindles of naval brass; the chests
to have spigots  passing through the ship's plates*
38 • EQUILIBRIUM VALVES. An equilibrium stop valve to ba fittea in tha
aain steam pipe, close to the high pressure valve casing for
regulating the spfed of the main engines, with all necessary
gear fitted for working from the starting platform*
Separate throttle valve to ba fitted between the equilibrium
vslve and valve casing with the necessary gear controlled
by an Asplnall's governor*
 39* ENGINE ROOM AND STOKEHOLD BILGE PIPEg» To be of oast iron with
stop valves at each bilge pump. All bilge suction cocks or
valves, with cast iron chests, are to lie  arranged in convenient places above the floor plates in the engine and
boiler rooms, and each valve to be fittea with a name-plate*
All pipes to have flanges, end made in suitable lengths.
40* VALVE AND COCKS*   Stop valves of 3 inches diaaeter and under
to have the chests of gun-metal, and all stop valve spinaies
throughout the vessel to be of bronze. All cocks to be of
the best gun-metal, and to have packed glands, with tha
exception of bilge cocks. The gland studs to be of usval
brass and nuts to be of gun-metal. All stop valves with the
exception of bilge valves to have outside screws ana to be
made to close with a right hand motion. All valve chests
to be fitted with name plates*
41* B0LrJS MP NUTS*    All bolts, studs, screws, and nuts about engines
ana boilers to have Whitworth's threaas. Nuts on cylinder
covers, valve covers, arid the glands throughout the engines
to be shaped to standard sizes,
42, SPANNERS* A complete set of spanners, special and skeleton,
where required, for all parts of engines, and duplicate set
for bolts under 1 inch diameter to be supplied. One large
spanner to be supplied for the piston rod nuts, one far tha
propeller shaft nuts, and one for the stern tuba nuts, also
the necessary spanners for the boiler manhole doors. Racks
for the spanners to be supplied. All special spanners to have
the part of the engines they suit stamped thereon*
43* ENGINE ROOM LADDERS. PLATFORMS* ETC*   These are to be suitably
arranged for the engine room, so as to give convenient access
to the various parts. All ladders to hare double hand rails,
polished; the ladder steps to be of cast iron and polished
on the edges.  The gratings round the cylinders and the midaie
platforms to have f* bars polished on top.
The lower platforms in the engine room to be of chequered
malleable Iron plates carried to tee bars ana angle irons*
All necessary sheet iron guaras ana shields to ba fitted*
44* LIFTING GEAR ETC*  An overheaa beam with traveller is to ba
fittea in the engine room hatch over the cylinders, and to
have the necessary screws for lifting the cylinder covers,
pistons, and valves. Means to be provided for moving or
securing the travellers.
The necessary shackles and slings to be provided for
lifting the covers ana bushes of main bearings, shafting
thrust rings and the condenser doors, and special arrangements
to be made throughout for easily overhauling the machinery*
£11 tunnel shaft couplings to be protected with a sheet
iron guara, each having a sight hole,
45, GAUGES,  The following steam gauges are to be fitted. Maker's
name and sample gauge to be submitted for approval,
(   1 Pressure gauge for each boiler in its boiler room
1 Pressure gauge in the engine room,
1 Pressure gauge for the if, P. receiver.
1 compound gauge for the L, P,   -ao-
1 Vacuum gauge for the condenser,
1 Pressure Gauge at each reducing valve.
All gauges for boiler pressure must be graaea 360 lbs*
8 inch face
46t COUNTER ETC,  A revolution counter of approved make, with the
necessary gear, to be fittea, ana placed near the starting
platform. One eight-day clock, English make, in brass
case, to be supplied and fittea in a convenient position
in the engine room*
47# TE IE GRAPH,    A Chaaburn's improved single screw telegrajk, with
reply, to communicate between the briage, wheel house and
the engine room, with illuminated dial on the transmitters,
bridge, ana wheel house, ana two gongs of aifferent tones -
one foe ahead and one for astern - in the engine room*
To have also an automatic airection bell-tale froa the
engines to the bridge.
The telegraph pulleys, chains, etc* to be protected
by wood casings.
48. VOICE PIPES, LOUD SPEAKING S'JfitgBH05S3« KTC. A loud speaking
telephone with electric bells, to be fitted to comsmnicate
frcm bridge to engine room, and voice pipes of copper or
brass, with electric bells to communicate from the engine
room to the boiler room, also from briage right eft.
49a    PAINTING*     the whole of the cast iron and the malleable iron,
including the internal p&rts of cast iron work such as sole-
plate castings, etc. where not machined, to have two
coats of paint before being put on boara the ship, ana after
the engines have been triea at moorlags to have a finishing
coat of varnish paint of an approved colour. The engine
room to have two coats of paint ana one of vaMsh, of
colour as may be approved.
50. STORE ROOM AND WORKSHOP. To be fitted up where Owners may require,
with shelves, lockers, drawers, etc. for Engineer's tools
and small stores. Chubb's locks to be fitted to stora rooms
as may be required.
81 • STORB TABBB*  Tanks of galvanized iron as required,  for oil
tallow and waste, to be suppliea and fitted in the engine
room, store room, or as may be otherwise arranged, A
daily supply tank of brass, in three compartments to be
fit tea in the engine room, with three lock cocks.
Cocks ana pipes, with all tha necessary fittings
for filling the tanks from the main deck to be fitted,
52» PIESS,   All small steam, exhaust, feea, arain and circulating
water pipes to be of copper, with brass flakes; those of
 HPB3 Cont'd,
5 Inches diameter and under to be solid drawn, TEE main
steam pipes to be of iron, lap welded, and to have solid
steel flanges secured by expanding the pipes Into them;
the necessary expansion joints to be fitted,
A separate system of auxiliary steam and exhaust pipes
to be fitted in the engine room. Besides the separate
connection to the boilers the auxiliary steam pipes to have
a connection with main steam pipes, ana where requirea the
necessary reaueing valves of approved make to be fitted.
These steam pipes to be led forward and eft to supply tha
deck machinery, and stop valves to be fitted to both mains
where they leave the machinery casings*
Thickness of pipes to be not less than as follows:*
Main steam pipes of Iron, not less than
1/2 inch thick*
Circulating water pipes •• .. •• •• •• ,.No* 8 S, W. G.
Waste steam pipes ,* ,. •• •• .. .« •. e.No,14 S. W. G.
Bottom blow-off pipes  ......" 7   *
Surface "       *  ••••••.•**».." 8   "
Main and auxiliary feed pipe^, axillary steam pipes,
and winch steam pipes, to be not less than 5 per cent
In excess of Board of Trade requirements.
Auxiliary exhaust pipes accoraing to
their bore, also 5 per cent, above
Board of Trade requirements, aad
not less than .« »• .. .. •» .. .. .Io, 14 S. W* G,
53* T&STTSG*    The various parts of the machinery to be tested with
water to the following pressures, per square inch, viz:
Tha H. P. steam cylinders, barrels, and piston
valve chests Ith covers In place .. •. ♦• e. •* 250 lbs
The M. P. cylinders with covers, etc .♦ ♦. ♦• *. 120 "
The L. P.       " " "   ee  e*  e .  . e   40   *
Main steam pipes of iron .• .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 540 "
Steam and feea pipes of copper, above
1-V2 iBCh diameter ......••...••. ••.. * 360 "
 TESTING Cont'a*
Surface condenser tubas (at the works of
the tube makers) .. •  .. .. .. .. 300 Lbs
Main steam stop valve chests .* .* •• .. •• 360 "
Boiler stop valve chests ............ .360 "
Boilers .. .. ee .e ..  .. 270  ■
All taste are to be maae in the presence of the
Company's representative,  and as required by the ftoara
of Traae,   and B.  C. register.
54* BOILERS, DESCRIPTION OF* To have four sIngle-endea boilers fitted
with Morison's suspension and withdrawable furnaces or other
approved make.  The boilers to be cylindrical and of mild
steel ana to be arrangea so that any one may be usea independently of the others. They are to be constructea in accoraance
with the requirements of Board of Traae and Be c* Register
for a working pressure of 180 lbs per square inch, and arrange^to
work with assistea draught on the elosea stokehoia system*
Ample boiler power to be proviaee for using American coal on
service.  The flat siaes of the fire boxes to be strengthenea
with stays screwea into both plates, and fitted with nuts at
enas, in fire boxes. The enas of the boilers to be stayed
with rouna steel stays* having nuts Insiae ana outsiae of tha
ena plates. The tops of the fireboxes to be stayea with sella
malleable steel bridge stays*
Each furnace to have a separate fire box, ana each firnace
to be truly cylindrical, and of uniform thickness*
The thickness of steal and other plates, arrangement of
stays, and riveting to be as required bsv the Boara of Traae and
B. C. rules. All plates to be maae by the Siemens-Martin
The boilers to be firea fore and aft ana arrangea to
form one common stokehoia. They are to be not less than 16
feet 0 Inches mean aianeter by 12 feet long. The furnaces
are to be not less than 4 feet 1 inch mean ixfetnal diameter
ana a total grate surface in all the boilers to be not less
than 330 square feet with 6 feet 9 inches furnace bars and
the total heating surface not* less than 12,000 square feet.
The  tubes to be of iron 3 inches diameter ana 8 feat long
between the tuba plates; the thickness of the plain tubes to
be No. 9 8. We G. the stay tubes to be 1/4 ana 5/16 inch
thick, the combustion chambers to ba not less than 3 feet in
length. 11 inches clear space to be left between each group
of tubes to give access for cleaning. A sufficient number
 XJ \SJL.Xi±M±%.%~r % j^ju»^ v. «
of manhole ana mnahole aoors, McNeill patent or othar
approved make,  to be fitted from the inside with flanged
and faced stiffenisg rings, to give access to all parts of
the boilers for the purpose of cleaning ana repairing.
ALL the rivet ana other holes to be drillea and  the longitudinal
joints to have aouble butt straps,  triple rivetea.    Ends
and cages of plates to be planed,  ana to be caulked on
each siae of the  joints.    All plates to be annealed after
local heating.
55. PR QT life BOILERS. The boilers, when finished, to be provea
with water to 270 lbs,  per square inch,  in the presence of  tha
Company's Representative, the Boara of Traae ana B. Ce
After being proved an^ made tight to the satisfaction
of the Company's Representative,   they are to be painted with
rea leaa before they are taken from the Contractor's works.
56. FUNNEL AND UPTAKES.  To have one funnel maae Aouble and well supported
ana having the air space not less than 9  inches wide.   Tha
outer funnel to be maae of plates 3-1/4 lbs.  per square foot
ana tha  inner funnel  plates to ba 6-3/4 lbs. per square foot.
Shackles for shrouds ana glands for waste  steam pipes aa
aay be requirea,  also single sheave blocks  for hoisting
scaffold boards are to be supplied.
Uptakes to be  maae of steel plates,  ana secured to tha
boilers by 2-3/4 inches by 2-3/4 inches by 3/8 inch angle
bars;  the inside casing plates to be not lose than 6-3/4 lbs*
per aquare foot,  the outside casing plates to ba not leaa
than 3-1/4 lbs* per aquare foot ana thay are to  ba  securely
fastened to each other with thimbles  aai bolts*
Saoke boxes are to ba constructed  in tha aaaa
aanner as tha uptakes,  and are to have atrong hinges and the
necessary  catches,  hanging chains,  etc.    To be  insulated ss
lesssry with silicate cotton*
 57* ZINC PLATES.  Zinc plates as may be considerea necessary are to
be supplied and fittea to the boilers.
ventilators to be flttea to the engine room ana stokehoia,
of large diameter; ana to be of galvanizea Iron where exposed
to the weather. The arrangements generally ana the cowl
heads to be of special design to suit the Company's
59* FANS.    Two fans each about 66 inches diameter driven by
enclosed force lubrication engines of Howaen or Paul's
or other approved make to be fitted complete and the air
space between the uptakes and the hatch to be closed tnfao
that a moaerats pressure of air may be maintained in tha
stokehoia If required.  The fans to ba aesigned to work
at a reducea steam pressure but to be able also to wlth-
stana the full boiler pressure of 180 lbs* per square
60* ASH HOIST.    An ash hoist to be arrangea for raising ashes
from the stokehoia. The engine to be of the latest vertical
two-cylinaer type with reversing lever ana steam cut off
combined, and to have all necessary pipes, cocks, valves,
etc. complete.
61. BOILER STOP VALVES. Bach boiler to have a main steam stop valva
fitted to a steel saddle plate riveted on the boiler; the
valve seats and valves to be of gxmaetal. The glands and
nOck rings for splnaies to be of gurasetal, and the spinaies
of rolled manganese bronze. Separate steam pipes ana gunmetal valves to be flttea to boilers for the steering gear,
ana separate exhaust pipes lea to the condenser ana over
the stern.
All valve tfbests, ex  cocks, where flttea to the boilers,
to have a spigot passing through the boiler plata.
Internal  iron pipes extending the whole length of
the boilers to be fitted;  they are to be eonneetea to the
main stop valves and to have transverse slits.
All boiler valves of 3 Inches aiameter ana unaer to
have chests of gunmetal.
62. SAFETY VALVES.  Two spring losaed safety valves to the Board of
Traae ana B. C. requirements, to be fittea to each boiler*
Easing gear to be attachea to each set of valves so that
the valves can be easea in the stokehold.    Drain pipes to be
flttea close to the waste steam pipe ana lea to the firemen's
tank which is to be placea where convenient in the stokehoia*
Waste steam pipe to be of copper,  above boat aeck casing
polished  and carried up aft side of funnel.    The lower section
within funnel hatch to be of iron.
63. BLOW-OFF AND SURFACE VALVES.    A bottom blow-off valve of gunmetal
to be fitted to each boiler, projecting beyond the boiler
front a sufficient distance to allow the valve to be worked
Cocks to be fitted on ship's side for the bottom blow-
off from the boilers,  ana to be placed above the level of
the stokehold floor.    Each to have a spigot passing through
the ship's siae with a brass washer outside,  and to be
fastened with Naval bronze bolts.    Cocks to be fitted with a
safety gnarSL.
A surface blow-off valve to be flttea on each boiler,
ana connectea to the cocks on ship's siae.    Each boiler to
have an internal surface blow-off pipe of iron, with a suitable collecting pan.
A plan of the blow-aown system to be submittea.
64. FEED VALVES AND CHESTS*    A feea valve chest of gunmetal with a
check or non-return valve,  to be flttea to each boiler ana
connectea to the main feea pipes.
Separate feea valve chests and valves, arrangea as
non-return valves, ana pipes in connection with the auxiliary
feea pipes, to be fittea to each boiler*
An Internal pipe of wrought iron, for airactlug the
feea water to ba fittea to each boiler*
Arrangements to be maae for completely isolating each
boiler for repair*
65. WATER GAUGES.  Two water gauges, ana two test cocks, all asbestos
packed, to be fitted on  each boiler, cocks to be flttea on
pipes where attachea to the boilers.  The water gauge
stanaara to be of gun-metal.
66. SALINQHBTER COuES. A salinometer test cock of Dawrance's,
Hopklnson's or other approvea make tc be flttea on each
poller, these cocks to be asbestos packea.
67. STOKEHOLD FLOORS BTC.   To be of chequerea malleable iron 5/16 inch
thick with wooa underneath not less than 1 Inch thick, ana
supported on T bars. Guard plates to be flttea where
necessary, to keep ashes and airt from the bilges; tha
guara plates to be 1/4 inch thick ana galvanized,
68. STOKEHOLD LADDERS, GRATINGS. ggQ* All necessary gratings, laaaers,
ana handrails to be flttea In the stokehoia, to give access
to the stop ana safety valves ana the gauge glass; also
laaders and hanarails from deck to stokeholds v/here necessary.
The necessary racks and hooks in stokehold for firing tools
to be flttea.
69. SEE*S ASH EJECTOR* A See's patent ash ejector, 6?f size, to be
supplied. The hopper to be installea in the stokehoia, tha
aischarge pipe ana valve to be stowea as spare gear. The
arrangement of the ejector ana the pipes ana connections to
the ejector to be approvea by the Patentee's representative
before the work Is put in hand. All necessary air vessels and
escape valves to be flttea on the delivery pipes to the
ejector nozzles. 0„
 70* A8H COCK*    An ash cock, with screw nozzle for hose, to be flttea
in the stokehoia, with 1-1/2 inch copper pipe for supplying
water for cooling ashes. The cock on the ship's siae to be
above the level of the stokehoia floor, ana to have a safety
guard. A sufficient length of leather hose for the
stokehoia to be supplied.
71. BOILER SEATS. The boilers to be set in steel cradles of suitable
construction built in the ship, ana kept sufficients/high to
allow for cleaning ana repairing unaeraeath; the cradles to
be carried well up the siaes of the boilers, ana the boilers
to be kept as high above the tanks as possible.
The boilers to be linked together and aleo to tha
ship's structure, at the tops to prevent athwartship movement,
72* COVERING OF BOILERS AND PIPES,    The boilers to be covered with
85;% magnesia composition, not less than 2-1/2 inches thick
at any part, ana with galvanizea sheet iron 1/16th inch thick,
to 12 Inches below the centres of the wing furnaces; the lower
enas of the sheets to be fastened to the angle bars flttea
for carrying up the boiler covering; studholes in boiler shell
plates for securing angle bars not to be deeper than 3/4 inch.
The bottoms of the boilers to be painted with two coats Red
All large steam pipes in boiler room ana up to forwara
bulkheaa of engine room to be covered with the same material
as the boilers, ana afterwards prfctectea with galvanized sheet
iron where necessary. Small steam pipes to he coverea with
sectional magnesia and canvas; exhaust pipes with hair felt
ana canvas. Large steam stop valves, tees, benas, etc., in
engine room to be covered with same material as the boilers
or with asbestos mattresses.
73. STEAM WHISTLE. One 8 inch bell whistle to be placed at an approved
height in front of the funnel ana to be workea from the
briage. To have a steam connection airect from each of the
boilers and If practicable from auxiliary steam pipe.
THE steam pipe to have all neeese&ry valves ana special
arrangements are to be proviaea for dfaining the whistle.
A laaaer to be fitted to the funnel to give access to
the whistle.
74. OIL CUPS AND LUBRICATORS*    Self-acting or other suitable
lubricators to be flttea to the main bearings, crank
pins, csossheaas, ana to all the moving parts of tha
machinery. All the cups ana lubricators to be of cast
brass ana tinned inside.
75. WATER SERVICE. THe engines tc be fittea with a water service
arrangement, having ^alvanlzea iron pipes with copper
branches for the main bearings, and crank pins, guides,
thrust rings ana tunnel blocks. Separate branches, flttea
with cocks ana union joints, to be providea for each main
bearing ana each side of each crank pin.
Tunnel blocks to have a branch at each bearing and
branches to be provided to suit thrust rings.
Two 2n Hose Connections in Engine Room.
76. LAMBS.   In aaaition to the electric light, all necessary oil
lamps to be supplied ana fitted by contractor in the engine
and boiler rooms, ana also in the tunnels. All the lamps to
be of brass ana to be suitable for burning mineral oil.
77. DRAWINGS. Two sets of prints mounted on cloth, of the main
parts of the engines and boilers, including the pipe arrangement, to be suppliea to the Owners.
78. GENERAL.  The contractors are to fix the engines, shafting ana
boilers on board complete; fix all the usual eyebolts for
lifting the several parts of the engines, ana generally
provide tha whole of the fittings necessary for the proper
 GENERAL Oont'a.
completion of the machinery, whether mentlonea in this
specification or not.
All royalties ana charges for patents to be pala by
the bullaers.  It is to be distinctly unaerstooa that,
where an option Is given to supply various makes of auxiliary
machinery or materia^ the selection rests with the Owners.
Everything to be equal to that of the highest class.
79, TRIAL?,  The engines ana boilers to be worked at moorings as
long as may be necessary for making a thorough aajustment
of the working parts, ana afterwaras to have the trials
mentlonea in Section 1 of specification, to prove to the
entire satisfaction of the Owners oX their representative
the efficiency of the machinery. All the expense ana risk
of such trial trips, as regaras the machinery, including
cost of fuel, stores, ana wages of the engine room staff,
are to be defrayed by the Contractors.  The engines to be
opened up after trial, for examination and cleaning, and
all defects, if any, to be made gooa.
80, GUARAN^E CLAUSE,  The Contractors to guarantee the efficiency
of the machinery in all particulars of assign, material,
and workmanship, ana to make gooa or pay for the repair of
all defects, if any, aue to inferior materials or workmanship
which may be observed within twelve months after the vessel
is delivered;  the amount to be paia for such repair and
Materials being limitea to what same wouia cost if done
or supplied in the Builder's yara,
81, OIL rui-:.: -PPARATUS*     The boilers to be arrangea to burn oil
fuel by a pressure atomization system of approvea make.
The plant to consist of two pumps, each large enough
for full power, to araw from the oil tanks ana to aischarga
through the heaters to the furnaces.
The oil heating arrangement to consist of a battery
of three heaters, two of which to ba of sufficient size to
run the plant at full power*
The suctions from the tanks to be led as straight as
possible with the usual suction strainers fitted.
The whole system to be installed in the latest approved
No connection to be possible between the oil tanks
and any other part of the ship,
A discharge connection, connected to both pumps, to
be led up to main deck.
The oil tanks to be provided with steam heating colls,
Drain from the heater to be lad overboard*
81 a* SPARE GEaR
2 Propeller blades of bronza,
1 Piston rod for H. P. or M. P. cylinders, with nuts complete
1   "    *  * L. P* *     sew
1 Pair of bushes for H.P. or M.»* connecting rods, bottom end.
1 •• « ff t     L#p^ ff It ft H
1      w      *        " * H.P* or 14.P. * *        top »
x        tt      tt tt tt L#p
2 Pairs of bushes for eccentric rods, top end.
2 *   *  H    " valve spindles.
1 Valve spindle, complete, to suit either H.P. or M.P.valves.
1 * "     to suit the L. P. valves.
2 Eccentric roas ana straps complete (1 ahead ana 1 astern)
100 Ferrules for tubes
50 Conaenser tubes
Cora packing for tubas
1 Set of packing rings for each piston of main engines.
1 do. do.          valve of main anginas,
2 Bolts and nuts for main bearings.
8 BOLts and nuts for H,P. or M.P,connecting rods,end
Bolts  "
ft       it
H.P. or M.P.
tf              H
*    n  top ena,
ft ff   ft       ft
12 «           «       it    couplings to crank shafts.
1 Reamer for coupling bolts for main shafting.
8 Spiral springs for cyllnaer escape valves,
3 "               n             if    gafety valves of boilers,
1        * n "of each size ana kinft for other escap#
24 Studs for junk rings for pistons, main anginas,
100 Bolts ana nuts of brass, turned, and assorted,
100  "   *     »   iron    "
8 Stuas ana nuts for one propeller blaae,
1 Pump roa with nut
1 DELlvery valve seat with guaras.
1 Bucket with guaras.
1 Set of valves (metallic) for one pump
1 Piston ana to^l with slipper, etc. complete.
1 Pair of bushes for connecting rod.
2 Bolts and nuts for   -ao-
2 Pairs of bushes for crank shaft.
1 Valve spindle.
1 Eccentric strap and roa.
1 Impeller with bronze spinaie.
1 Set of suction ana delivery valves ana seats, of gunmetal
for one pump.
1 Piston roa ana pump roa complete.
1 Set of steam piston pecking rings for each pump.
1 Set of pnmp piston      -ao- -ao-
1 Shuttle ▼alve2ana chest for feir.s feea pumps.
*>et of suction and delivery valvas ana seats for each
listen Vet and  i>umi> lot* of each size.
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1 Sat if motion Mi fltllvorv   y«Iv*h  «n<l  ae«t» of
(puuaetai ?ei aaak ptuqii
:■"£•: v .1 ^v;:;; yy^y,
st ef svatien and delivery valves ana seats of
ganaatal fo each pump.
1 Set of suction aaa delivery valves and seats of
gunmetal for each pump.
1 Suction valve and seat with spring, complete.
1 Discharge do. do. do.
6 Feed check valves for boilers.
50 Plain tubes for boilers.
10 Stay tubes   do.
6 Bolts for asshole doors.
et of joints for the manhole ~oors of one boiler.
1 Sheet steel teaplat* for each size of boiler
aanhole oor.
50 Gauge glass tubes for boilers.
50 foodite rings for      -do-
2 Brass oil esns,  one quart as ah.
8 Oil feeders
2 " funnels.
1 Two gallon oil measure
1 One    "     w
1 HlLF-gallon oil measure
2 Brass oil can arainers
1  w  cock for oil barrels
1  w  salinometer
1 Copper can for;salinometer
1 Thermometer in copper case
Lamps for engine room as necessary
"   w boiler gauge glasses as necessary
n   " shaft tunnels as necessary.
1 Dark Lantern
1 Safety Lamp
6 Electric torches
4 Brass swabbing pots
2 Tanks for engine oil, 100 gallons capacity
1 Tank for cylinaer oil, 40    "   n
1 Tank for spern oil,   20    *   *
2 Tanks for colza oil,  20    w   "
1 Tank for tallow, 3 cwts, capacity
1 Tark for soap, 1 owt, capacity
1  w w  s5da, 2 owts, capacity
1  ff ff  turpentine, 10 gallons capacity
1 Tank for boilea oil, 10 gallons capacity
1 Oil strainer of copper
1 Brass aaily supply oil tank. In three compartments
with a lock cock on each
1 Japsnnea tin box for sulphur
1   «     «   «  it fciact leaa.
1   *     „   -  « efiery cloth
2   ff     n   fi  n iaBjp wick.
1 Brass syringe.
3 Log Slates
1 Copper kettle ana stand.
NOTES-        All the furnishings to be of the best make ana
to  approval.
1 Set of arllls from 1/4 inch to 1-1/4 Inch
2 Ratchet braces
2 Force           M
1 Drilling post, fixea at vice bench
Qgar for removing ana replacing U. S. packing
2 Pairs of eye bolts, each 1/2 inch, 5/8 inch, 3/4 ind*
1 Inch and 1-1/4 inch diameter
1 Tall vice, 90 lbs.
1 Vice bench with drawers,
1 Six inch hand vice.
1 Pair of copper vice grips
1 Pait of lead   -do-
12 Steel wedges, assortea
12 files, assorted, with hanaies
4 Hana hammers
1 Copper hammer
6 Chipping chisels, assortea,
3 Beam grabs.
1 i?ace plate of approvea size.
1 Pair of iron blocks, with brass sheaves ana fall, each
pair to lift three tons ( three and three sheaves)
1 Pair of iron blocks, with brass sheaves and fall, each
pair to lift 30 c*t.   (three and  tfeyee sheaves)
1 Set patent differential blocks,  to lift 2 tons through
three feet.
2 Pairs crank pin chain blocks, each pair to lift 16 cwts,
hook to pass through bolt holes.
2 Snatch blocks, with sheaves, brass bushea.
4 Chain slings for cylinder covers, assortea.
4 Rope slings, assortea lengths and sizes.
12 Shackles, assorted.
2 Stretching screws.
1 Screw Jack to lift 5 tons.
2 Smiths' hand hammers.
3 Copper drifts.
6 Sheets of tinplate
:1 Special steel box spanner for nuts of propeller blades.
2 Box spanners for  junk ring screws.
6 Shifting spanners,  2 ten inches,  2 sixteen inches,  and
2 twenty-two inches.
1 Set of valve sticks.
2 Crank shaft gauges
1 Bheet steel cone template for propeller boss and key seat,
2 Crowbars.
1 Grindstone and trough, 24 Inches diameter, fitted
where required.
4 Packing screws, assortea.
6  *    sticks,   n
6 File scrapers, with hanaies
4 Scrapers for brass with hanaies
1 14 inch bow saw, with 24 spare blaaes
1 Pair of tinsmiths' shears, 12 inches long
1 Pair of lamp scissors, 6 inches long
1 *     orainary w   8     ao
1 set of condenser tubing tools, complete
2 Soiaering Irons - one large ana one small
1 Arkansas oil stone, in case.
1 Mallet of wood.
2 pairs of pliers, 8 inches long
2  ••  purchase pliers
1 portable forge with fan blast
MMb      All the £B£iv. Ui to ba ot  tha
beet aake and  to approval.
1 Steel
reds, sseh with
t ires
roller  Pea* tc:lr   la   te   ai
el I   « :
 In the event of a decision being made during
construction to change the vessel to a coal burner, the
usual furnace fittings ana firing tools will be supplied.
The alteration in cost tc be adjusted, taking into account
the progress of the work*
It is unaerstooa that the vessel will ba either an
oil burner or a coal burner*


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