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Main Propulsion Engine

Description: A fully operational 3000 BHP, two stroke, turbo-charged main propulsion engine fitted with tail end shaft, Ruder, Propeller and all auxiliary machineries, in operational condition such as lube oil pump, various Cooling water pumps, Coolers, Purifiers. Air compressors, Smoke tube boiler, Incinerator, Oily water separator (for demonstration purpose only)

Shafting Propeller

Description: Propeller shaft or a cardan shaft is a mechanical component for transmitting torque and rotation, usually used to connect other components of a drive train that cannot be connected directly because of distance or the need to allow for relative movement between them. Propeller shaft make any machine move.

Life Boat Engine

Description: A lifeboat or life raft is a small, rigid or inflatable boat carried for emergency evacuation in the event of a disaster aboard a ship. Lifeboat drills are required by law on larger commercial ships. Rafts (life rafts) are also used. In the military, a lifeboat may double as a whaleboat, dinghy, or gig.

Auxilary Boiler

Description: Steam generator (auxiliary boiler). A steam generator on a ship is an auxiliary boiler which draws high-pressure superheated steam from the vessel’s propulsion system to generate low pressure saturated steam.

Fire & Gs Pump

Description: General service pump is sometimes called marine GS pump for short. In fact, it is just a general name for the marine ballast pump, bilge pump, fire pump and so on. … Usually marine GS pump is a vertical centrifugal pump, in parallel condition with other pumps in the engine room.

Fresh Water Generator

Description: The main body of a fresh water generator on the ship consists of a large cylindrical body with two compartments. … The fresh water generator also consists of an educator which helps in generating the required vacuum. The fresh water pump and ejector pump helps in transfer of water to and from the fresh water generator.

Main Engine

Description: A fully operational 3000 BHP, two stroke, turbo-charged main propulsion engine fitted with tail end shaft, Ruder, Propeller and all auxiliary machineries, in operational condition

Pinion Gear

Description: A pinion gear inside the differential is driven by the propeller shaft and has its gears bevelled – cut at an angle. It meshes with a bevelled crown wheel so that the two gears form a 90 degree angle.

Pinion Shaft

Description: A pinion shaft is a pinion gear machined directly onto a shaft. Ondrives.US designs, engineers, and manufactures pinion shafts in a range of sizes, pitches, and teeth counts.

Propeller Shaft

Description: The drive shaft (also called propeller shaft or prop shaft) is a component of the drive train in a vehicle, with the purpose of delivering torque from the transmission to the differential, which then transmits this torque to the wheels in order to move the vehicle.

Exhaust Pipe from main Propulsion Engine and Generator

Description: The Exhaust gas from the cylinder unit is sent to exhaust gas receiver where the fluctuating pressure generated from different cylinders are equalised. From here, the gases which are at constant pressure are sent to turbocharger where waste heat is recovered to provide additional scavenge air to engine.

Oily Water Separator

Description: Construction and Working. As the name indicates, the function of oily water separator is to separate maximum amount of oil particles from the water to be discharged overboard from engine room or cargo hold bilges, oil tanks and oil-contaminated spaces


Description: Boiler is a pressure vessel used on ships in which the water is heated to evaporate and generate the steam and the unit is so arranged that the generated steam accumulated in it. The two main types are water tube and fire tube.

Cooler Sea Water Inlet Valve

Description: Seawater Air Conditioning (SWAC) is an alternate-energy system that uses the cold water from the deep ocean (and in some cases a deep lake) to cool buildings. In some areas it is possible to reduce dramatically the power consumed by air conditioning (AC) systems; SWAC can be a cost-effective and attractive investment.

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