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SHIPS MATERIAL GROUP.

S1 Design of vessel.
S2 Expense, administrative.
S3 Inspection and planning.
S4 Preparation (incident to building or in connection with overhaul period of vessels). Assist ship's force.
S5 Molds.
S6 Launching.
S7 Docking.
S8 Trials.
S9 Blank.
S10 Work incidental to other bureaus.
S11 Hull, structural.
S12 Hull fittings.
S13 Armor protection.
S14 Deck coverings.
S15 Gasoline stowage and equipment.
S16 Access.
S17 Towers, masts, spars, cranes, and derricks.
S18 Rigging and canvas.
S19 Preservative coatings.
S20 Winches and capstans.
S21 Hydraulic power.
S22 Steering and diving.
S23 Auxiliary machinery.
S24 Ship control.
S25 Towing.
S26 Mooring.
S27 Cargo handling.
S28 Designating.
S29 Weight, stability, and integrity (seaworthiness).
S30 Storerooms and miscellaneous stowage.
S31 Spare parts.
S32 Office and office equipment.
S33 Living and berthing.
S34 Messing.
S35 Laundry.
S36 Sanitation.
S37 Medical.
S38 Ventilation and heating.
S39 Insulation and lagging.
S40 Machinery plant.
S41 Main propelling.
S42 Reduction gear (main propelling machinery).
S43 Shafting and bearings.
S44 Propellers.
S45 Lubrication.
S46 Condensers.
S47 Pumps.
S48 Piping.
S49 Compressed-air plant.
S50 Auxiliary turbines.
S51 Boilers.
S52 Uptakes and smoke pipes.
S53 Blowers (forced and induced draft).
S54 Ash and coal handling and stowage.
S55 Fuel-oil equipment and stowage.
S56 Boiler feed-water equipment.
S57 (Blank).
[Diesel Oil Stowage and Equipment]
S58 Distilling plant.
S59 Refrigerating plant.

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S60 Electric plant.
S61 Electric power generators (other than electric drive).
S62 Electric power distribution.
S63 Electric power application.
S64 Lighting.
S65 Interior-communication apparatus.
S66 Searchlights.
S67 Radio apparatus.
S68 Sound-signaling apparatus (underwater).
S69 Electrical instruments (except fire control and those used as a part of interior-communication system).
S70 Sight-signaling apparatus (intership).
S71 Fire control.
S72 Turrets.
S73 Broadside guns.
S74 Antiaircraft guns.
S75 Torpedoes.
S76 Mines and depth charges.
S77 Gas and smoke warfare apparatus.
S78 Ammunition.
S79 Field and machine guns-small arms and equipment.
S80 Gun batteries.
S81 Mine, torpedo, bomb, and splinter protection (other than structural).
S82 Boats.
S83 Airplane handling and stowage on ships.
S84 Balloon handling and stowage on ships.
S85 Photography.
S86 Instruction and practice apparatus.
S87 Instruments not covered in other groups.
S88 Damage control.
S89 (Blank).
S90 (Blank).
S91 Workshops and stationary equipment on ships.
S92 Tools and equipment, portable (not allocated under other heads).
S93 Fire fighting (ship).
S94 Salvage.


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S1 DESIGN OF VESSEL.
 
S1-1 Preparation of design, etc.
Chief characteristics.
Design.
Plans (drawings), preliminary.
Specifications (new vessels), preparation of.
Wave formation (general).
S1-2 Ship models.
Ship models, test of, in model basin.
Ship models, test of, in wind tunnel.
S1-3 Plans, general.(Plans for any particular part of the ship or apparatus will be treated as belonging therewith.)
S1-4 Specifications, general.
S1-5 Specifications, detail.
S1-6 Changes from design of ships building.
S1-7 General information booklets and record of electrical appliances.

S2 EXPENSE, ADMINISTRATIVE.
 
Allocable directly to the building, conversion, alteration, or repair of a single ship.

S3 INSPECTIONS AND PLANNING
 
S3-1 Inspections.
Material inspections.
Material readiness for war.
Military (fleet or district commander).
On change of commanding officer.
On change of division heads.
Quarterly.
Reports of Board of Inspection and Survey.
Reports of statutory surveys.
Reports of yard board of estimates up to forwarding final action to yards by bureau concerned.
S3-2 Estimates and drafting (planning).
Drafting not chargeable to a specific job order.
Estimates for job orders.
Estimates not chargeable to a specific job order.

S4 PREPARATION (INCIDENT TO BUILDING OR IN CONNECTION WITH OVERHAUL PERIOD OF VESSELS). ASSIST SHIP'S FORCE.
 
Berthing.
Cribbing.
Scaffolding.
Staging.
Service charges in connection with work (air, light, electricity, water, etc.).

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S5 MOLDS.
 
Dies and Jigs. (Obsolete, see S92).
Laying down in mold loft.
Lines and offsets.
Body plan.
Faired lines.
Half-breadth plan and sheer plan.
Mold-loft dimensions.
Molded offsets.
Molds and templates.
Patterns.
Special forms.
Bon Jean curves.
Models for laying of plating.
Patterns and templates for temporary use for repair or alteration jobs on hull and framing to be charged on specific job order under proper group number.

S6 LAUNCHING.
 
S6-1 Preparation of ways.
S6-2 Launching.
Ceremonies.
Christening.
Draft and data.
Poppets.
Report of.
Sponsors.
Weights.

S7 DOCKING.
 
Docking for Navy (including routine docking work).
Docking for other than Navy. (See L11, 5, 6, 7, and 8.)
Hauling out.
Underwater bottoms, inspection of.

S8 TRIALS.
 
S8-1 Builders' Trials.
S8-2 Preliminary acceptance trials.
Backing.
Endurance.
Full-power.
Gun-firing tests (may also occur during final trial).
Progressive.
Speed.
Standardization.
Submergence.
Turning.
Work, uncompleted and unsatisfactory, statement of, at time of trial.
S8-3 Commissioning trials.
S8-4 Final acceptance trials.
Work chargeable to contractor. Gun-firing tests (may also occur during preliminary trial).
S8-5 Post repair trials.
S8-6 Laying-up trials.
S8-7 Dock trials (when not in connection with another trial).
S8-8 Tactical data.

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S9 (Blank.)
 

S10 WORK INCIDENTAL TO OTHER BUREAUS.
 

S11 HULL, STRUCTURAL.
 
S11-1 Plating (outside) and planking (outside).
Backing plates (side armor).
Bottom and side plating.
Built-in tanks when formed by shell plating.
Bulwarks.
Calking of outside plating.
Doubling plates for outside plating.
Fairwaters, shell plating.
Fairing plates.
Freeing ports, outside plating.
Inner shells, submarines.
Outside plating.
Planking on outside plating.
Shell expansion.
Shell plating.
Sheathing outside plating.
Stiffening pads.
Superstructure.
S11-2 Plating, inner bottom.
Bilge wells.
Built-in tanks when formed by inner bottom.
Double-bottom compartments (other than reserve
feed).
Inner and double bottom compartments.
Pockets in inner bottom.
Tank tops, in general.
S11-3 Framing, transverse.
Floors.
Frames, belt.
Frames, bracket.
Frames, cant.
Frames, reverse.
Frames, transverse.
Frames, transom.
Frames, web.
Framing, bow.
Framing, stem.
Lower skeg.
S11-4 Framing, longitudinal.
Armor shelf.
Duct keels.
Fenders, side, fixed.
Flat keel.
Hooks, breast.
Hooks, stern.
Keels, bar.
Keels, bilge.
Keels, docking.
Keels, vertical.
Keelson, center line.
Keelson, side.
Longitudinals.
Rubbing strakes.
Stringers.

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S11 HULL, STRUCTURAL-Continued.
 
S11-5 Bulkheads.
Airtight, structural.
Brackets.
Cofferdam.
Corrugated.
Longitudinal.
Metal joiner.
Non-water-tight, structural.
Oiltight.
Pilaster.
Screens, wire mesh and expanded metal (including doors).
Splinter.
Stiffeners.
Swash.
Torpedo defense.
Transverse.
Water-tight.
Wing partitions.
Wood joiner.
Casings, protection and flame proof.
Plates, swash.
Tunnel, shaft.
S11-6 Decks, platforms, flats, and holds.
Battery deck.
Beams, deck.
Breakwaters.
Carlings.
Coamings, deck.
Deck camber or crown.
Deck, forecastle.
Deck, hangar.
Deck, poop.
Flats.
Flying deck.
Girders, deck.
Limber holes.
Platforms, structural.
Plating, deck.
Stringer angles, deck.
Stringer plates, deck.
Waterways.
S11-7 Special partitions, inclosures, and trunks, as listed.
Cofferdams.
Deckhouse structures.
Hatch casing or trunk, machinery.
Hatch casing or trunk, uptake, boiler, and fireroom.
Pipe and wiring passages.
Pipe tunnels and trunks.
Trunk, access.
Trunk, dynamo room.
Trunk, evaporator room.
Trunk, fireroom.
Trunk, torpedo room.
S11-8 Structural castings and forgings.
Bow cap.
Counter castings.
Fairwater castings.

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S11 HULL, STRUCTURAL-Continued.
 
S11-8 Structural castings and forgings-Continued.
Propeller strut casting.
Rudder-post casting and stern casting.
Rudder-post forging and stern forging.
Stem forging.
Stem casting.
S11-9 Structural pillars and stanchions.
Deck stanchions and pillars.
Pillars.
Stanchions, beam.
Stanchions, hull.
S11-10 Structural blisters and bulges.
S11-11 Midship sections and transverse sections.
S11-12 Foundations for auxiliaries under construction and repair.
S11-13 Foundations, machinery (engineering).
S11-14 Foundations, guns, turrets, and armor (ordnance).
S11-15 Foundations, torpedo.
S11-16 Structural work above communication platform, bridges, bridge decks, etc.

S12 HULL FITTINGS.
 
S12-1 Mooring and towing fittings.
Bitts and foundations.
Bull nose.
Chain pipes and bucklers.
Chocks and foundations.
Cleats and foundations.
Hawse pipe and bucklers.
Hawse pipe covers.
Staples, mooring.
Towing shackle, bow (submarines).
Tumbling block.
S12-2 Rail and awning stanchions and life rails.
Canopy frames.
Fittings, rail, ridge, and awning stanchions.
Guard rail and irons
Jack rod and eyes, awning.
Lines, life.
Nettings, side, for life line.
Rails, pin.
Sockets, rail, ridge, and awning stanchion.
Spreaders and ridge bars, awning.
Stanchions and rail, life.
Stanchions, awning.
Stanchions, ridge.
S12-3 Light openings.
Airport scoops.
Airport scoops, light excluding (combined).
Airports.
Deadlight covers.
Deadlights.
Deck lights.
Fixed lights.
Skylights.
Ventilating deadlights (light excluders).
Windows.

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S12 HULL FITTINGS-Continued.
 
S12-4 Hardware (parts of hull).
Bolts, deck.
Bolts, eye, ring, and pad eyes.
Bolts, Lewis, Baxter, deck socket.
Locks and keys and tags (not otherwise covered).
Miscellaneous hardware (parts of hull).
Rivets.
Screws las.
S12-5 Special hull fittings (as listed).
Beam clamp.
Boat guards.
Casing around pipes (removable).
Davits and fittings (hatch, side ladder, portable).
Diving plane guard (submarine).
Fairleads, not listed.
Jack rods and jack-rod eyes (other than awning).
Life buoys and life-buoy stowage.
Lifting eye at stern (on submarines).
Luting pads (on submarines).
Lifting shackle (on submarines).
Lugs, lifting (on submarines).
Ornaments, bow and stern.
Outriggers.
Palisades.
Propeller guards.
Protectors, hull (zinc and steel).
Rods, grab.
Sea steps.
Sea steps and davit steps.
Strips, chafing, for boat falls.
Water sheds, other than turret.
S12-6 Outboard fittings and outboard profile (general).

S13 ARMOR PROTECTION.
 
S13-1 Armor, general.
Chill.
Defective armor, spalls.
Homogeneous.
Light.
Neuman bands.
Noncemented.
S13-2 Armor, side.
Belt.
Casemate (upper, lower, and gunport).
Penetration of.
Reentrant port.
Sloping (unless connected with some other type of armor).
Sponson.
S13-3 Armor, athwartship.
Bulkhead.
Diagonal.
Triangular.
S13-4 Armor, turret and barbette.
Plates, back.
Plates, face.
Plates, port.

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S13 ARMOR PROTECTION-Continued.
 
S13-4 Armor, turret and barbette-Continued.
Plates, side.
Plates, top.
Range-finder hook.
Sight holes.
Sight hoods and covers.
S13-5 Armor, conning-tower and fire-control (including conning tower tubes).
Armor, fire-control station.
Covers and shutters for peep and sight holes.
Peep holes (conning-tower armor).
Sight holes (conning-tower armor).
Tubes, armored.
S13-6 Armor, deck (nonstructural).
Deck plates (armor).
S13-7 Armor, uptake and ventilation and armored trunks.

S14 DECK COVERINGS.
 
S14-1 Wood.
Deck planking.
Dumping boards.
Tank top covering in cargo holds.
Wood gratings.
Wood shutters.
S14-2 Composition and proprietary.
Asphaltum.
Cement.
Mastic.
Plastic.
Sand.
Tiling.
S14-3 Linoleum, etc.
Canvas.
Linoleum.
Matting.
S14-4 Deck treads.
Treads, nonslipping and safety.
Chafing plates, deck.
S14-5 Metal covering.

S15 GASOLINE STOWAGE AND EQUIPMENT.
 
Tanks.
Gauges.
Drums.
Gasoline compartments.
Hose.
Filters and separators.
Strainers.
Meters.

S16 ACCESS.
 
S16-1 Compartment and access plan and general access correspondence.
S16-2 Water-tight doors, hatches, manholes, and scuttles.
Hatch, battle cover (metal).
Plates, portable (water-tight).
Ports, cargo.

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S16 ACCESS-Continued.
 
S16-3 Non-water-tight doors, hatches, manholes, and scuttles.
Doors, air-tight.
Doors, joiner.
Doors, splinter or protective.
Plates, portable, non-water-tight.
S16-4 Ladders, landing gratings, and hatch gratings.
Gangway, ship's.
Grating supports.
Gratings, machinery spaces.
Ladders, davit.
Ladders, Jacob.
Ladder, treads.
Rails, grab.
Rails, Band.
Ropes, man (ladder).
Rounds, ladder.
Screens, ladder.
Stairways.
Walking flats.
S16-5 Elevators.
Dumb-waiters.
Safety devices (elevator).
S16-6 Special access (as listed hereunder):
Airlocks.
Escape lock.
Floor plate.
Floor-plate supports.
Foot rails (turret and smokestack).
Operating gear, fittings, and gaskets for armor doors and hatches (the armor doors and hatches themselves are carried under S13).
Platforms, working.
Stages, cleaning and painting.
S16-7 Operating gear, fittings, and gaskets (general correspondence; see note).
Operating gear, fittings, and gaskets for doors, hatches, etc., go with the door or hatch to which they belong, except those for the armor doors and hatches, which will be carried under S16-6 (the armor doors, etc., themselves are in S13 Armor protection). Doors (wire-mesh and expanded-metal) are included in S11-5 with wire-mesh and expanded-metal bulkheads. Ammunition-passing scuttles are included in S78, Ammunition handling, etc. Boiler manholes are under Sol, Boilers. Turret doors and hatches are under S72-1.

S17 TOWERS, CRANES, DERRICKS, MASTS, AND SPARS.
 
S17-1 Towers, cranes, and derricks.
Booms, boat and fittings.
Booms, cargo and fittings.
Booms, coaling and fittings.
Booms, derrick and fittings.
Booms, propeller and fittings.
Booms, sound and fittings.
Coaling towers.
Cranes and gear complete, airplane (for handling over the side).

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S17 TOWERS, CRANES, DERRICKS, ETC.-Continued.
 
S17-1 Towers, cranes, and derricks-Continued.
Cranes and gear complete, boat.
Derricks and fittings.
Gin pole.
King posts.
Lifting gear for taking patients on board ship.
Lifting gear for submarines.
Shear legs.
S17-2 Masts and spars.
Bowsprits.
Flagstaff's, sockets, and fittings.
Gaffs.
Jib booms.
Mast head heights.
Masts, cage, and fittings.
Masts, hinged, and fittings.
Masts, tripod.
Masts, metal, wood, and fittings.
Masts, mooring, and fittings.
Masts, telescopic and fittings.
Yards.
Anchor cranes are under S26-5, Mooring. Hatch cranes are under S27, Cargo handling. Torpedo cranes are under S75-3, Torpedo handling.

S18 RIGGING AND CANVAS.
 
S18-1 Rigging.
Blocks and falls (except boat).
Boatswain's chair.
Fenders, rope, cane, wood, cork (portable).
Gratings, rope.
Halyards.
Insulators. (See S67 for Insulators radio antenna.)
Lightning conductors.
Lines, clearing.
Lines, clothes.
Lockers, boatswain.
Nets, life (other than side nettings for life lines).
Ratline rods.
Rigging, running (wire, hemp, and manila), including blocks, thimbles, and other fittings.
Rigging, standing (wire, hemp, and manila), including thimble and other fittings.
Rope (wire, hemp, manila) for falls and other tackle throughout the ship.
Ropes, dip (collision mats).
Shrouds.
S18-2 Canvas.
Awnings.
Bags.
Bloomers, canvas, gun.
Bunk bottoms.
Chutes, ash and coal.
Covers (gun).
Covers (other than gun).
Curtains, gun-port.
Curtains, side.

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S18 RIGGING AND CANVAS-Continued.
 
S18-2 Canvas-Continued.
Hoods.
Mats, collision.
Mats, punch.
Sails.
Tarpaulins.
Weather, cloths.
Wind sail.

S19 PRESERVATIVE COATINGS.
 
S19-1 Painting.
Bituminous and similar solutions, enamels, and cement.
Cement and cork.
Cement filling (for watercourses, etc.)
Cement wash.
Painting, cork.
Painting, joiner work, furniture, locker, etc.
Painting, machinery and hull fittings, and ordnance outfit.
Painting, outside except that below load water line when in connection with docking.
Painting, structural, inside.
S19-2 Galvanizing.
S19-3 Plating.
Nickel, silver, copper, tin, etc.
S19-4 Preparation processes.
Pickling, cleaning, etc.
S19-5 Special processes.
Oxidizing and other.
S19-6 Temporary preservative coatings.
Fuel-oil coatings, etc.
Tallow, linseed oil, proprietary compound.
Zinc dust.
S19-7 Camouflage.
Design. etc.
S19-8 Oil and water stop compound.

S20 WINCHES AND CAPSTANS.
 
Winches, if used with cranes, will be known as "Boat or plane handling machinery" and be filed with the cranes. Periscope winches will be filed with the periscope.

S21 HYDRAULIC SPEED GEARS.
 
General correspondence only will be taken care of under this group. When in connection with any specific apparatus or system the hydraulic power will be considered as belonging therewith.

S22 STEERING AND DIVING.
 
Automatic steering-gear control (gyro-pilots).
Brake, steering-gear.
Diving rudder, gear, and spare parts.
Hydraulic cylinders and rams (for operating rudders).
Hydraulic speed gear for rudder control.

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S22 STEERING AND DRIVING-Continued.
 
Hydroplane (rudder).
Leads, steering.
Magnetic clutch, steering and diving (submarine).
Motors and motor control for rudder control.
Piping and valves.
Pumps.
Ram.
Ropes, transmission and steering.
Rudder.
Rudder bearings.
Rudder crosshead, yoke or quadrant.
Rudder filling.
Rudder frame.
Rudder plating.
Rudder stock.
Screw steering gear.
Skeg.
Stands, steering.
Steering engines and spare parts.
Steering gear, hand.
Steering gear and spare parts.
Steering machinery compartments.
Steering wheel and control stand.
Stops, automatic and adjustable, on ship-control gear.
Telemotors (steering gear).
Tiller.
Tiller room.
Tiller ropes.
Transmission shafting for steering gear.

S23 AUXILIARY MACHINERY.
 
General correspondence only will be treated under this group (when auxiliary machinery is treated as a whole).

S24 SHIP CONTROL.
 
S24-1 Conning tower (except armor).
Fairwaters, conning tower.
Foundations, conning tower.
S24-2 Lookout stations (crow's nest, etc.).
S24-3 Chart and pilot house.
S24-4 Secondary control or battle station.
S24-5 Control rooms on submarines.
Maneuvering room.
S24-6 Bridges.
Bridge canopy.
Bridge freeing ports.
Bridge screen.
Chart-house bridge or platform.
Conning bridge or platform.
Emergency bridge or platform.
Flying bridge.
Navigating bridge or platform.
Piloting bridge or platform.

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S24 SHIP CONTROL-Continued.
 
S24-6 Bridges-Continued.
Signal bridge or platform.
Walkway, conning tower.
Windshield (bridge fitting).
S24-7 Navigational instruments.
Alidades.
Anemometers, masthead.
Artificial horizon.
Azimuth circles (except on periscopes).
Azimuth instrument.
Barometers (meteorological).
Binnacles, complete and metal covers.
Binoculars and spyglasses (navigational).
Chronometers.
Chronometer boxes and transporting cases.
Clinometers (heeling indicator).
Clocks and watches.
Compass, gyro, master.
Compass, magnetic.
Course recorder.
Dead reckoning tracer equipment.
Depth gages.
Dip circle.
Drawing boards and instruments.
Gyrocompass repeater.
Hygrometer.
Instruments, magnetic.
Latitude and longitude indicator.
Leads and lead lines.
Logs, patent, taffrail, and electric.
Manometers, aneroid.
Peloroses and stand.
Planimeters.
Pneumercators and boards (draft),
Protractors.
Psychrometer and case.
Reading glass, captain's.
Rulers, parallel.
Sextants, navigating.
Sounding machine and apparatus.
Sounding machine, electric.
Stadimeters.
Tapes, steel.
Telescopes, ship's and stand.
Thermometers (meteorological).
Torpedo-boat watches and transporting cases.
Triple chronometer box.
Watches, stop.
S24-8 Navigational, foundations, and fittings.
Bells, ship's, watch and fog and hangers for.
Chart boards fixed and portable.
Fog horn (portable and mechanical).
Lockers, chart.
Megaphones.
Platforms, leadsman and sounding.
Tables, chart.

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S24 SHIP CONTROL-Continued.
 
S24-9 Periscope (navigational).
Antiscopes.
Azimuth circles (periscope, navigational).
Course detector periscope.
Dry air motor and pump.
Dry air motor (periscope, navigational).
Dry air motor circulating machine (periscope, navigational).
Fairwaters (periscope, navigational).
Stadimeter attachment for periscopes.
Turning and housing gear (periscope, navigational).
Turning and housing gear and hoisting winch.
S24-10 Surveying instruments and outfits.
S24-11 Airplane control station (flight deck control station).
Aviation observation station.
S24-12 Towing spars.

S25 TOWING AND APPLIANCES.
 
Bridles.
Foundations and stiffeners for towing engines and gear.
Hawser, towing (wire and manila rope).
Towing engine, motors and spare parts.
For gear and fittings not included, see S12, Hull fittings; S18, Rigging; S48, Piping.

S26 MOORINGS AND APPLIANCES.
 
S26-1 Machinery (mooring).
Anchor engine.
Gypsy, electric (windlass).
Gypsy, head, gypsies (windlass).
Hydraulic speed gear, mooring machinery.
Motors and motor control (mooring machinery).
Wildcats.
Windlass.
S26-2 Anchors.
S26-3 Chains.
Anchor cables.
Anchor chain.
Shackles and swivels.
Shackling tools.
S26-4 Ropes, lines, and reels.
Dip rope (used in handling anchors).
Hawser reels, mooring.
Heaving lines.
Mooring and warping lines, wire and manila.
Pendants, clear hawse.
S26-5 Foundations, accessories, and stowage (mooring).
Anchor bars and stowage.
Anchor beds.
Anchor buoys.
Anchor cable cutter.
Anchor davits and cranes and gear complete.
Billboards, anchor.
Chain controllers.
Chain stoppers.
Chain tierer.
Clear hawse davits.

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S26 MOORINGS AND APPLIANCES-Continued.
 
S26-5 Foundations, accessories, and stowage-Continued.
Compressors, chain.
Grapnels.
Hooks, buoy grapnel (mooring).
Hooks, pelican (mooring).
Housing stoppers.
Mooring tools.
Tripping gear.
Chain lockers.
S26-6 Windlass room.
For wiring, see S62, Electric power distribution. For gear and fittings, not included in above, see S12, Hull fittings; S18, Rigging; and S48, Piping.

S27 CARGO HANDLING AND APPLIANCES.
 
Buckets, clamshell.
Cargo hatch davit and crane and gear complete.
Cargo mats.
Nets, cargo.
For gear and fittings, not included in above, see S12, Hull fittings; S17, Towers, masts, cranes, and derricks; S18, Rigging; S-t8, Piping. For wiring, see S62, Electric power distribution.

S28 DESIGNATING.
 
S28-1 Designation.
Change in type or class of ship (conversion).
Class of ship.
Type of ship.
S28-2 Nomenclature.
Name or number of ship, assignment, and change of.
S28-3 Labeling (marking).
Marking for circuits (paintings and tagging).
Marking of piping, air ducts, etc. (color scheme, labels, tags).
Tagging.
S28-4 Distinguishing marks.
Distinguishing plates.
Masthead shapes.
Ship's name, distinguishing numerals (on ship).
Ship's name, identification, figures and letters.
Smoke pipe figures, paint bands, etc.
S28-5 Historical data plates.
War-service plates on free-lease vessels.
S28-6 Draft marks and gauges.
Bench marks (on ship).
Dead flat mark (on ship).
Plimsoll marks.
Internal draft gauges.
Load-line marks.

S29 WEIGHT, STABILITY, AND INTEGRITY (SEAWORTHINESS).
 
S29-1 Weight, displacement, and stability.
Ballast.
Buoyancy compartment.
Calibration or capacity of tanks and bunkers.
Auxiliary.

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S29 WEIGHT, STABILITY, AND INTEGRITY-Continued.
 
S29-1 Weight, displacement, and stability-Continued.
Ballast.
Bunkers.
Buoyancy.
Compensating (WRT and WRM).
Equilibrium or adjusting.
Oil and -water separating tank.
Oil tank.
Peak.
Regulating.
Safety.
Trimming.
Compensation curve.
Damage control. (See S88).
Draft diagram.
Load condition.
Metacentric height.
Ullage table.
Weights, estimated.
Weights, returned finished.
S29-2 Draft and trim.
Freeboard.
Immersion.
Waterline.
S29-3 Inclining experiment.
Booklet of.
Telescopic clinometer.
S29-4 Stabilizing devices and gear.
Antirolling tanks.
Foundations for.
Gyro stabilizers.
Stabilizers, motors, and motor control.
S29-5 Rolling and pitching.
Roll and pitch recorder.
S29-6 Workmanship (general correspondence only).
Brazing.
Flanging.
Stapling.
Welding.
S29-7 Strength of hull.
Strength calculations and curves.
S29-8 Tightness, water, oil, air, and gas.
Tests of compartments and structure for. (Includes piping and valves.)
S29-9 Hogging and sagging.
S29-10 Riveting and bolting(general correspondence only).

S29-11 Tonnage.
 
Certificate.
Certificate of admeasurement.
Data.
Gross.
Net.

S30 STOREROOMS AND MISCELLANEOUS STOWAGE
 
S30-1 Storerooms and store-issuing rooms.
Animal pens.
Band room.

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S30 STOREROOMS AND MISCELLANEOUS STOWAGE-Con.
 
S30-1 Storerooms and store-issuing rooms-Continued.
Canteen.
General cargo spaces.
Lamp room.
Lucky bags.
Paint, paint-mixing and oil rooms.
Radio.
Receiving room.
Ship service room.
Survey rooms.
S30-2 Gasoline stowage.(Obsolete, see S15, "Gasoline stowage and equipment".)
S30-3 Special storage or stowage arrangements.
Chests, deck.
Containers.
Deck stores stowage.
Drums.
Miscellaneous inflammable articles.
Oar racks.
Provisions.
Vegetables.
S30-4 Kerosene (bulk stowage).
S30-5 Alcohol (bulk stowage).
Tool-issuing rooms are classed under S91, Workshops. General mess-issuing rooms are classed under S34, Messing. Cold-storage rooms are classed under S59, Refrigerating plant.

S31 SPARE PARTS.
 
S31-1 Engineering.
S31-2 Construction and repair.
S31-3 Ordnance.
S31-4 Navigation.
S31-5 Supplies and accounts.
S31-6 Medicine and surgery.

S32 OFFICE AND OFFICE EQUIPMENT.
 
S32-1 Fleet and administrative offices.
Admiral's.
Captain's.
Chaplain's.
Engineer officer's.
Executive's.
First Lieutenant's.
Gunnery officers'.
Medical officers'.
Navigators'.
Supply officer's.
S32-2 Post office.
S32-3 Printing office.
S32-4 Communication office.
S32-5 Deck office.
S32-6 Laboratories and testing rooms (powder, engineers, aerological, etc.).
S32-7 Band room.
S32-8 Special offices not classified above.

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S32 OFFICE AND OFFICE EQUIPMENT-Continued.
 
S32-9 Office equipment(general correspondence; see note).
Bookcases.
Bulletin boards.
Cabinets (filing, stationery, plan, safe, and card index).
Chairs, office.
Counter, stamp table.
Desks (flat-top, typewriter, and standing).
Drawers, shelves, racks, and hooks.
Keyboards and keyboxes.
Liberty boards.
Lockers (clothes, instrument, key, athletic gear).
Mail boxes and bags.
Printing machinery and outfit.
Pulpit, portable.
Safes and lockers (confidential, secret code, and secret intelligence.)
Ship's seal.
Slats (overhead) for plan stowage.
Sorting table for post office.
Stationery and office supplies.
Stools, office.
Typewriters, adding machines, multigraph, stencil cutting machines, and other labor-saving devices.
Uniform boards.

S33 LIVING AND BERTHING.
 
S33-1 General arrangement and joiner plans.
S33-2 Officers' quarters.
Cabins.
Dining cabins.
Mess room (officers').
Reception rooms.
Staterooms.
Wardrooms.
S33-3 Chief petty officer's quarters.
Mess rooms.
Staterooms.
S33-4 Crew's quarters(including petty officers' quarters).
Ladies' retiring room.
Reception and reading room.
S33-5 Utility spaces.
Prisons and detention cells (brig).
Shoe-repair shop.
Tailor shop.
S33-6 Living and berthing equipment(general correspondence; see note).
Bedsteads.
Benches, crew's rest and recreation.
Berths.
Bookcases (except office).
Cabinets, china.
Cabinets, silver.
Carpets.
Chairs (except office).
Clothes-hanger rods.

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S33 LIVING AND BERTHING-Continued.
 
S33-6 Living and berthing equipment-Continued.
Cots.
Covers, chair and cushion.
Covers for hammock mattresses and hammock pillows.
Curtains and curtain rods.
Ditty boxes.
Ditty-box racks.
Furniture, built-in (except office and medical).
Furniture, portable (except office and medical).
Hammock and hammock bags.
Hammock stowage.
Hand and leg irons.
Hooks, hammock.
Life preservers, belt, and jackets, including stowage.
Linen, bedding (except covers for hammock mattresses and hammock pillows).
Lockers, built-in (except office and medical).
Lookers (clothes, oil skins, etc.).
Lockers, portable.
Mats.
Mattresses.
Mirrors and toilet fixtures.
Mosquito net frame, cot.
Pillows (kapok, feather, and hair).
Racks, table-leaf.
Rails, bag.
Rugs.
Sewing machines.
Shoe-repairing outfits.
Sofas.
Table covers.
Toilet sets, stateroom ewer, washbowl, waste jar, ring and catches, lavatory boards.
Transom cushions (ship).
Transom pillow.
Wash basins.

S34 MESSING.
 
S34-1 Commissary spaces.
Bakery.
Bread room.
Butcher shop.
Food-service room.
Galley, kitchen, diet kitchen.
General mess-issue room.
General mess pantry.
Pantries.
Potato-peeler room.
Scullery.
S34-2 Commissary equipment (general correspondence; See note).
Bake oven, oil or coal burning and electric, and spares.
Baskets, dishwater.
Boilers, coffee.
Boxes, coal, galley.
Bread boxes.

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S34 MESSING-Continued.
 
S34-2 Commissary equipment-Continued.
Bread proofers, steam.
Buckets, drain, commissary.
Cooking utensils.
Dish-washing machines.
Dough-mixing machines.
Dough troughs.
Dressers and shelving, messing.
Fireless cookers.
Food trucks.
Galley range, oil or coal burning and electric, with spare parts for.
Glassware.
Ice-cream freezers.
Kettles, steam-jacketed.
Kitchen and cake machines.
Lockers, abandon ship.
Lockers, drawers, and hooks, commissary.
Lockers, vegetable.
Meat blocks and cutting tables.
Meat grinders.
Mess gear.
Mess tables and benches.
Mess tables and bench stowage.
Milk machines.
Napkins.
Oil tank and piping (galley).
Pipes, smoke (galley).
Pipes, vapor (galley).
Potato peelers.
Racks, pan and kettle.
Racks, plate, glass, and cup.
Refrigerators, electric.
Refrigerator (ice chest).
Refrigerators, ice cooled.
Rods, pipe (with portable hooks) messing.
Silver-cleaning outfit.
Silver service, ship.
Silverware, officers' mess.
Sinks, commissary.
Steam-jacketed kettles and coffee urns.
Steam tables.
Tablecloths.
Tableware.
Tools, galley.
Trays, condiment.
Tubs commissary.
Urns, coffee, steam-jacketed.
Warming closet.

S35 LAUNDRY.
 
Bosom press.
Collar shaper.
Disinfector, laundry.
Dry-cleaning outfit.
Drying cabinet, laundry.
Drying-room conveyors, laundry.

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S35 LAUNDRY-Continued.
 
Extractor (laundry).
Irons, laundry, hand or electric.
Ironers, combination.
Ironers (flat work, return apron type).
Ironing table.
Laundry machines, spare parts.
Soap tank.
Starch cooker or kettle.
Sterilizing outfit for clothes and bedding unless in medical spaces.
Tumbler dryer.
Universal laundry press.
Washer (laundry).
Washtubs.

S36 SANITATION.
 
S36-1 Toilet spaces (except medical).
Bathtubs.
Buckets, wash (toilet).
Crew's, or seamen's head.
Lavatories.
Lavatory space.
Showers.
Shower space.
Sinks (toilet).
Toilet accessories.
Urinal space.
Urinal troughs.
Washroom (toilet space).
Wash troughs (toilet).
Water-closet space.
Water closets (individual).
Water heaters, valves, and cocks (toilet spaces).
S36-2 Barber shop.
Barber chairs.
Barber-shop equipment (heaters, sterilizers, lavatories, mirrors, etc.)
Barber-shop shelf and cabinets.
S36-3 Scuttle butts and accessories.
Drinking fountain and drip pan.
Fresh water, potable, stowage.
Scuttle butt foundation.
Ship's tanks (potable water).
Water coolers.
S36-4 Garbage disposal.
Garbage bins.
Incinerators.
Slop chutes.
S36-5 Ship's cleaning equipment.
Brooms, sweeping.
Brushes, scrubbing.
Deck-cleaning gear, and lockers for.
Fumigation of vessel, etc. (disinfecting ship).
Hose, wash-deck.
Locker, sand.
Lockers, wash-deck.
Motors and motor control.

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S36 SANITATION-Continued.
 
S36-5 Ship's cleaning equipment-Continued.
Reels and racks, wash-deck hose.
Swab trough.
Vacuum cleaners (stationary).
Waxing machines, floor.
S36-6 Ratproofing(includes rat guards and traps).

S37 MEDICAL.
 
S37-1 Medical spaces.
Battle dressing station.
Contagious ward.
Dental laboratory.
Dental office.
Dispensary.
Doctor's office.
Emergency dressing station.
Examining room (medical).
Isolation ward.
Laboratories.
Operating room (surgical).
Sick bay.
Sick-bay bath.
Treatment room.
X-ray department.
S37-2 Medical equipment(general correspondence; see note).
Boxes (soiled linen, first-aid).
Cabinets (filing, instrument).
Cases, toilet, for sick bay.
Chart holders, clinical.
Containers, sterilized, dressing,
Counter, dispensary, with foundations, supports, and brackets.
Crutches.
Dental chairs.
Dental fountain.
Dental instruments.
Desks, chairs, etc.
Disinfecting.
Drawers (drugs and appurtenances).
Foundations, supports, brackets.
Heaters, water.
Holders, tumbler and spit-cup.
Hooks (for irrigators).
Incubators, bacteriological.
Instruments, surgical.
Lavatory, bathtubs, sinks.
Lockers (medicine, patient's clothes, Hospital Corps, instruments, instrument cases, food trays, linen, dishes for invalids with special diseases, vision sets, expeditionary boat cases, dressing, drugs and appurtenances, action dressing, cleaning gear).
Medicines and dressings.
Racks, glass and bottle (in sick bay).
Scales (doctor's).
Shelves.
Showers.

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S37 MEDICAL-Continued.
 
S37-2 Medical equipment-Continued.
Stands (surgical apparatus, dressing, incubator, microscopic, shelf, instrument container, treatment, and treatment outfit).
Sterilizers and sterilizing outfits (in medical spaces).
Stools, surgeon.
Stretchers.
Tables (dressing, drop-shelf, examination, built-in operating, glass-top).
Toilet accessories.
Transom (doctor's office).
Trays, food for invalids.
Trusses.
Water-closets.
X-ray machines and films (equipment for).

S38 VENTILATION AND HEATING.
 
S38-1 Ventilation systems, apparatus, and accessories.
Air flow meters.
Air louvres.
Air purifiers.
Anemometers.
Blowers.
Cowls, ventilating, cowl covers, and fittings.
Dampers, ventilating.
Dampers, ventilating, watertight shutters.
Deflectors, ventilator.
Ducts, ventilating with hangers.
Fans, desk, bracket and ceiling.
Gauges, ventilation test.
Goosenecks (ventilating).
Hoods, ventilator.
Hose, ventilating.
Humidifiers.
Hygrodeiks (ventilating).
Manometers, ventilating.
Operating gear for ventilators.
Oxygen systems.
Pitot tubes (ventilating testing).
Screens (guards), wire mesh for ventilators.
Screens, insect.
Shutters, ventilating.
Shutters, water-tight, ventilating.
Terminals, ventilating, fixed, and adjustable.
Testing apparatus, ventilation.
Trunks, ventilating (not a structural part of ship).
Valves, ventilating.
Ventilators and fittings, mushroom.
Ventilators and fittings, rain and spray tight.
Ventilating set (fan and motor).
Ventilating set (portable).
S38-2 Heating apparatus and accessories.
Heaters, electric (air), permanent.
Heaters, electric (air), portable.
Radiators (heating, steam).
Steam coils (heating).

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S38 VENTILATION AND HEATING-Continued.
 
S38-2 Heating apparatus and accessories-Continued.
Thermotank coils.
Thermotanks (heater boxes).
S38-3 Air-conditioning(except refrigeration apparatus).

S39 INSULATION AND LAGGING.
 
S39-1 Insulation and lagging, compartments, etc.(except machinery and piping).
Ceiling, cork back.
Ceiling, cork painted.
Cork, compressed.
Cork, insulation.
Fire felt.
Furring pieces.
Hair felt.
Sheathing, ceiling, or interior.
Sheathing, millboard.
Sheathing, steel.
Sheathing, wood (inside).
Soundproof lagging or insulation.
Zinc and lead sheathing (cold storage).
S39-2 Insulation and lagging, machinery and piping.
Lagging, boilers (except boiler casing proper).
Lagging, galley smokepipe.
Lagging, main and auxiliary machinery.
Lagging, steam and exhaust pipe.
Lagging, water piping.

S40 MACHINERY PLANT.
 
To be used for general correspondence on machinery plant as a whole.

S41 MAIN PROPELLING MACHINERY.
 
S41-1 Turbines (main propelling).
Baffles, oil.
Bearings.
Bedplates.
Blading.
Bleeder pipes and valves.
Blocks and collars, turbine adjusting.
Casing and steam chests.
Chests, steam.
Couplings.
Diaphragms.
Dummy pistons, cylinders and packing.
Gauge, clearance, for turbine blades.
Glands and packing (carbon and metallic).
Governors, turbine.
Packing (carbon metallic).
Rotors and blading.
Shafts, rotor.
Shrouding.
Spare parts.
Steam chests.
Thrust bearings.
Turbines, main.

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S41 MAIN PROPELLING MACHINERY-Continued.
 
S41-1 Turbines (main propelling)-Continued.
Turbines, cruising.
Valves, throttle and gear.
Valves, auxiliary exhaust and inlet.
Valves, relief, and drain cocks.
Valves, by-pass.
S41-2 Reciprocating engines, steam (main propelling).
Bearings, main.
Bedplates, including main bearings.
Brasses, crank and wrist pin.
Columns and tie-rods.
Control machinery and gear.
Crank shafts.
Crosshead guides and slippers.
Cylinders.
Drain cocks, etc.
Housing and splash plates.
Liners, cylinders, and valve chest.
Metallic packing.
Moving parts.
Packing, piston.
Packing, rod.
Pins, wrist.
Piston and piston rods.
Receiver and receiver piping.
Reversing engine and gear.
Rings, piston.
Spare parts.
Splash plates.
Steam-Jacketing system.
Valve chest.
Valve gear.
Valves, relief.
Valves, throttle and gear.
S41-3 Internal-combustion engines (motor boats).
Air-compressor cylinders.
Air intakes and headers.
Air starting apparatus (including flasks).
Air systems (including piping, valves, etc., attached to engine).
Battery ignition (fuel oil).
Battery ignition (gasoline).
Bearings.
Bedplates.
Carburetors and breathers.
Columns and tie-rods.
Connecting rods.
Control gear.
Cooling system (circulating water pumps, piping, valves, etc., attached to engine).
Crank-case ventilation.
Crank shafts.
Cylinder liners.
Cylinders, working, scavenger and air compressor.
Diesel engine.
Exhaust system (including piping and valves).
Flywheels and casings.

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S41 MAIN PROPELLING MACHINERY-Continued.
 
S41-3 Internal-combustion engines-Continued.
Fuel system (including pumps, piping, and valves
attached to engine).
Gas engines.
Gasoline engines.
Generators.
Governors.
Housing.
Ignition system.
Induction header.
Lubrication system (includes pump, piping, and valves attached to engine).
Magneto.
Motor, starting, and control gear.
Mufflers.
Oil engines.
Piston rods.
Pistons.
Reversing gear.
Semi-Diesel engines.
Shafting cam.
Spare parts.
Spark plugs.
Starting apparatus (including piping and valves)
S41-4 Turbo-electric drive (main propelling)
Boards, switch and control.
Booster units.
Collector and collector leads.
Control gear.
Exciter units.
Fittings.
Generators, main and cruising.
Insulators.
Main terminal board.
Motors, main.
Motors for ventilating apparatus and control gear.
Rheostat.
Spare parts.
Spider.
Turbines complete.
Ventilating coolers.
Ventilating sets and electric heaters.
Wiring, main.
S41-5 Internal combustion engines, Diesel type, main propelling, electric drive and generator (submarine).
Air-compressors cylinders.
Air intakes and headers.
Air starting apparatus (including flasks, piping valves, etc., attached to engine).
Bearings.
Bedplates.
Columns and tie rods.
Connection rods.
Control gear.
Cooling system (including circulating pumps, piping, and valves attached to engine).
Crank-case ventilation,
Crank shafts.

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S41 MAIN PROPELLING MACHINERY-Continued.
 
S41-5 Internal combustion engines, Diesel type, etc.-Con.
Crossheads.
Cylinder liners.
Cylinders working, scavenger and air compressor.
Exhaust system (including piping and valves attached to engine).
Flywheels and casings.
Fuel system (including pumps, piping, and valves attached to engine).
Gear, indicator drive.
Gear, tachometer drive.
Governor.
Housing.
Induction header.
Injection system.
Lubrication system (including pumps, piping, and valves attached to engine).
Piston rods.
Pistons.
Reversing gear.
Bods.
Shafting, cam.
Spare parts.
Starting apparatus.
Torsional vibration valve gear.
Valve gear.
Valves, engine, inlet, and exhaust.
S41-6 Accessories and spaces (main propelling machinery).
Bolts, holding-down.
Brackets and stiffeners.
Clutches and shifting gear.
Couplings.
Engine rooms.
Foundations.
Gear, turning, power and hand.
Lifting and handling gear.
Main control room.
Motor rooms (electric drive).
Operating room.
Tracks and trolleys.

S42 REDUCTION GEAR (MAIN PROPELLING MACHINERY).
 
Bearings.
Bolts, holding-down.
Couplings, flexible.
Foundations and stiffeners.
Gear wheels and pinions.
Housing, frames, and casing.
Reduction gear, cruising turbines.
Reduction gear, main turbines.
Spare parts.

S43 SHAFTING AND BEARINGS.
 
S43-1 Shafting.
Bolts, coupling.
Coupling key, cross keys, and collars.
Couplings, flange and sleeve.

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S43 SHAFTING AND BEARINGS-Continued.
 
S43-1 Shafting-Continued.
Gauges, bearing (bridge gauges).
Gear, turning.
Joints, universal, shafting.
Line shafts.
Nuts, coupling.
Propeller clutch and shifting gear (submarine).
Propeller shafts and nuts.
Rings, zinc and steel, protecting.
Sleeves and casings.
Spares.
Stern-tube shafts.
Thrust shafts.
S43-2 Bearings.
Cooling coils, bearings.
Foundations and stiffeners.
Line-shaft bearings.
Mandrels, bearing.
Shaft, alleys.
Shaft tubes (other than stem tubes).
Shoes, spare, for thrust bearings.
Sleeves, fan-water.
Steady bearings.
Stern tubes and castings.
Strut bearings.
Struts and stern brackets.
Stuffing boxes, bulkhead.
Thrust bearings (horseshoe, roller, ball, or Kingsbury type).

S44 PROPELLERS.
 
Blades.
Bolts and nuts. (For propeller shaft nut see S43 "Shafting and bearings.")
Caps.
Hub.
Keys.
Pitch-measuring device.
Rings, joint and gland.
Spares.
Template for propeller bore.
Wrenches for shaft, and propeller-blade nuts.

S45 LUBRICATION.
 
S45-1 Forced lubrication.
Baskets for strainers.
Coolers, oiL
Filters, oil.
Strainers, oil.
S45-2 Gravity lubrication.
Boxes and cups.
Boxes, oil, distributing.
Drip pans.
Gravity lubricating piping, wipers, and cups.

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S45 LUBRICATION-Continued.
 
S45-3 Separators and purifiers (lubricating-oil).
Purifiers, oil.
Separators, oil.
Tanks, lubricating-oil settling.
S45-4 Lubricating fittings and accessories (general).
Foundations and stiffeners, lubricating equipment.
Gauges, float for lubricating-oil tanks.
Grease guns.
Pneumercators, for lubricating oil.
Pressure lubricating guns and fittings.
Tanks, oil drain (lubricating).
Tanks, oil, for hand service.
Tanks, lubricating-oil storage.

S46 CONDENSERS.
 
S46-1 Condensers, main.
S46-2 Condensers, auxiliary.
S46-3 Condensers, dynamo.
S46-4 Condensers, vacuum augmentor.
Ejectors, air.
Evacuators, air.
Occulators, air.
S46-5 Condensers parts.
Baffles.
Chests, water.
Ferrules.
Fittings.
Foundations, saddle plates, and stiffeners.
Rooms.
Shell and exhaust connection.
Spare parts.
Tube sheets and supporting plates.
Tubes and glands.
Zincs.

S47 PUMPS.
 
*Air pumps (main and auxiliary).
Attached pumps.
*Air pumps, evaporator.
Ballast and adjusting pumps (submarine).
Bilge pumps.
*Brine pumps, refrigerating.
*Brine pumps, evaporator.
Cargo and wrecking pumps.
*Cellar drainers.
*Circulating pumps, condenser.
*Circulating pumps, distiller condenser.
*Condensate pumps.
Counters, pump.
*Drainage pumps.
*Ejectors, bilge.
*Ejectors, except when used as vacuum augmentors.
Feed pumps, auxiliary.
*Feed pumps, evaporator.
Feed pumps, main.
Fire pump.
Fire and bilge pumps.

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S47 PUMPS-Continued.
 
Flushing pumps.
Foundation and stiffeners (pump).
Fresh-water pumps.
*Fresh-water pumps, distiller.
*Fuel-oil hand pumps.
*Fuel-oil booster pumps.
*Fuel-oil distributing pumps.
*Fuel-oil service pumps.
*Gasoline pumps.
Hand pumps.
Handy-billy.
Hotwell pumps.
Hydraulic speed gear. (Obsolete, see S21.)
Injectors.
Jets and injectors.
Lifting gear, pump room.
lubricating oil pumps.
Piston cooling pumps (submarine). (Obsolete, belong with engine.)
Pulsometer.
Rooms, pump.
*Salvage pumps.
*Sanitary pumps.
Scavenger pumps (submarine).
Spare parts, pump.
Special pumps.
Submersible pumps.
Sump ejectors.
*Trimming pumps.
*Wrecking pumps.
Pumps marked with * are to be considered as part of system they serve.

S48 PIPING.
 
S48-1 Pumping and drainage systems.
Bleeder plugs.
Boiler blow piping.
Compartment flooding. (See S88.)
Double-bottom flooding except reserve feed.
Equalizing system, trimming and ballast tanks.
Independent bilge suctions.
Independent drain suctions.
Main drain.
Secondary drain.
Tanks ballast, trimming and peak, buoyancy, safety, auxiliary compensating, WRT and WRM regulating, equilibrium, and adjusting).
S48-2 Feed-water system.
Boiler feed-water piping.
Main and auxiliary feed-water piping.
Reserve feed-water piping.
S48-3 Fire mains, sprinkling system, and flooding systems when used for fire protection.
S48-4 Fresh-water systems, other than feed water,including supply and gravity tanks, when not a structural part of ship (potable wafer stowage excepted).

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S48 PIPING-Continued.
 
S48-5 Water service, main and auxiliary engines.(Water cooling systems of Diesel engines will be considered as part of engine.)
S48-6 flooding systems, magazine and sprinkling systems.
(Obsolete, see 848-3, "Fire mains, etc.")
S48-7 Salt-water flushing system (when independent of fire main).
S48-8 Scuppers and plumbing drains, including floor and deck drains and sump tanks.
S48-9 Sounding tubes and air escapes (vents).
S48-10 Steam and exhaust piping.
Auxiliary exhaust piping.
Auxiliary steam piping.
Drains, machinery.
Drains (steam piping).
Dynamo, exhaust piping.
Dynamo, steam piping.
Escape and vapor pipes, other than galley.
Exhaust trunk, main turbine.
Main exhaust piping.
Main steam piping.
S48-11 Evaporator and distilling piping.(Obsolete, see S58, "Evaporating plant.")
S48-12 Refrigerating piping.(Obsolete, see S59 "Refrigerating plant.")
S48-13 Heating system.(Obsolete, see S38-2, "Heating systems.")
S48-14 Lubricating-oil piping.(Obsolete, see S45, "Lubrication.")
S48-15 Fuel-oil piping.(Obsolete, see S55, "Fuel oil.")
S48-16 Gasoline system.(Obsolete, see S15, "Gasoline, handling and stowage.")
S48-17 Torpedo air system.(Obsolete, see S49-1, "Compressed air plant.")
S48-18 Water and oil expulsion systems.(Obsolete, see S49-5, "Compressed-air plant.")
S48-19 Salvage air systems.(Obsolete, See S49-4, "Compressed air plant.")
S48-20 Compartment testing systems.(Obsolete, see S29-8, "Tightness of compartments.")
S48-21 Gas-ejecting systems and pneumatic service.(Obsolete, see S49-2, "Compressed-air plant.")
S48-22 Special piping systems.
S48-23 Fittings(general correspondence).
Air chambers.
Bulkhead connections and castings.
Deck connections and castings.
Drain plugs.
Flanges (piping).
Inspirator.
Joints, expansion and slip.
Meters other than fuel-oil and feed-water.
Pipe hangers and supports.
Regulators and governors.
Reheaters (other than boiler contained).
Relay tanks.
Screens.

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S48 PIPING-Continued.
 
S48-23 Fittings-Continued.
Sea chests and connections, including reinforcing and protecting rings.
Separators (piping).
Spools, cast iron (for protection of salt-water piping).
Strainers, box and basket.
Strainers, Macomb.
Stuffing boxes, bulkhead and deck.
Superheaters, other than boiler.
Tank regulators.
Traps
Water seals.
Zinc and boxes for.
S48-24 Valves(general correspondence).
Cocks.
Manifold.
Pots, salinometers. (See also S51, "Boilers" and S58, "Distilling plant.")
Reach rods.
Valve-operating gear (deck).
Valve, reducing and regulating.
Valves, relief.
Valves, safety (except boiler).
Valves, sea.
S48-25 Whistles and sirens, installed tog horns, etc.

S49 COMPRESSED-AIR PLANT.
 
S49-1 Torpedo air compressors, accumulators, and separators.
S49-2 Air compressors, accumulators, and separators (gas ejector and pneumatic service).
S49-3 Air compressor accessories(general correspondence).
Accumulators.
Air lines for pneumatic tools.
Air banks.
Air flasks and tanks (other than on internal-combustion engines).
Foundations for air compressors, tanks, and flasks.
Governors.
Intercoolers and cooling coils.
Low-pressure air compressors, rotary or turboblowers.
Lubricators, torpedo air compressor.
Manifolds (air).
Regulators.
Separators (air).
Strainers, air compressor.
Valves, automatic.
S49-4 Salvage air systems.
S49-5 Expulsion systems.

S50 AUXILIARY ENGINES.
 
To be used only for general correspondence.
Where a turbine is used for a specific auxiliary it will be allocated with the auxiliary.
S50-1 Turbines.
S50-2 Diesels.
S50-3 Reciprocating.

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S51 BOILERS.
 
S51-1 Pressure parts.
Braces.
Combustion chamber.
Drums, mud.
Drums, steam and water.
Furnaces, fire tube (Scotch boilers).
Manholes and handholes and plates.
Shell and head and tube sheets.
Superheaters, with relief and cut-out valves.
Tube and spare tubes.
Tube sheets and stays.
S51-2 Casing and furnace fittings.
Ash pans.
Ash-pit doors.
Brickwork.
Flame retarders.
Furnace fronts.
Grate bars, bearers.
Plates, baffle, gas.
Plates, cheek, arch and dead.
S51-3 External and internal fittings.
Air cocks.
Baffle plates, water circulation.
Bottom blow, including piping and valves.
Circulators and accelerators.
Damper regulators.
Drain cocks.
Draft regulators.
Feed water sampling connection.
Feed regulator.
Gauges, steam.
Gauges, water, boiler (water columns and water glasses).
Gear, deck operating, for boiler valves.
Hydrokineter.
Pipes, dry.
Pipes, internal feed.
Safety valves.
Salinometer pots.
Smoke indicators.
Soot blowers.
Surface blow, including scum pan, piping, and valves.
Test cocks.
Valves, feed, check and stop.
Valves, steam stop.
Zinc, zinc baskets, and hangers.
S51-4 Spaces, foundations, and saddles.
Boiler rooms.
Fastenings.
Firerooms.
Fireroom arrangements, etc.
Stools.
S51-5 Coal-firing apparatus.
Carbon dioxide recorder.
Combustion recorder.
Devil claws (boiler furnace).

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S51 BOILERS-Continued.
 
S51-5 Coal-firing apparatus-Continued.
Hoes.
Orsat apparatus.
Pricker bars.
Rakes.
Shovels.
Slice bars.
Stokers, hand and automatic.
  Under feed.
  Over feed.
  Side feed.

S52 UPTAKES AND SMOKE PIPES.
 
Smoke pipes, back connections.
Smoke-pipe guys.
Smoke-pipe covers, metal.
Umbrellas (smoke-pipe).
Uptake doors and dampers.
Smoke-pipe supports and foundations.

S53 BLOWERS (FORCED DRAFT).
 
Blower rooms.
Blowers, portable.
Casing, fan.
Diffusers.
Fan.
Fittings.
Foundations and stiffeners.
Gear, operating, deck and fireroom.
Lubricating apparatus.
Shaft bearings.
Shutters for intake trunks.
Spare parts.
Trunks, intake and delivery.

S54 ASH AND COAL HANDLING AND STOWAGE.
 
S54-1 Coal handling and stowage.
Bins, coal.
Booklet of coal-bunker capacities.
Bunkers, coal.
Coaling (ships).
Coaling-at-sea arrangements.
Coaling chutes.
Coaling screens.
Coaling stays.
Coaling trunks, fixed, telescoping and portable.
Davits and derricks, coaling (portable).
Fuel handling (ship). (For "Oiling," see S55-1.)
Tracks or rails (coal handling).
Trolleys (coal handling).
Trucks, deck-coaling type.
S54-2 Ash handling.
Ash ejector and spare parts.
Ash expellers and spare parts.
Ash-hoist engines and spare parts.

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S54 ASH AND COAL HANDLING AND STOWAGE-Continued.
 
S54-2 Ash handling-Continued.
Chutes, ash, built-in.
Chutes, ash, portable, metal.
Guides, ash-hoist.
Hoists, fireroom.
Hoppers, ash.
S54-3 Ash and coal handling accessories(general correspondence only; see note).
Bags.
Baskets.
Buckets.
Cables.
Foundations and stiffeners.
Pulleys and brackets.
Whips.
For winches see S27, Cargo handling. For coaling booms, derricks, and towers see S17, Towers, masts, spars, cranes, and derricks.

S55 FUEL-OIL STOWAGE AND EQUIPMENT.
 
S55-1 Fuel-oil handling and stowage.
Chocks for oiling at sea.
Fuel-oil compartments.
Hose.
Oiling, ships.
Oiling-at-sea gear.
Pneumercators, on fuel-oil tanks.
Tanks, settling, service and gravity
S55-2 Fuel-oil strainers.
Filters.
Separator and filters.
Strainers and baskets.
S55-3 Fuel oil heaters.
Coils, heating, in oil tanks.
S55-4 Burners, fuel-oil.
Air registers and shutters.
Atomizers.
Blower burners.
Blowing-out apparatus.
Tips and plugs, atomizer.
S55-5 Meters, measuring and testing device.
Flask-point tester.
Gauges.
Meters.
Testing outfit.
Viscosimeter.

S56 BOILER FEED-WATER EQUIPMENT.
 
For feed pumps, see S47, Pumps. For feed piping see S48, Piping.
S56-1 Feed-water heaters.
Shell.
Spare parts.
Tube and tube sheets.
S56-2 Grease extractors.
S56-3 Purifiers (air removers).

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S56 BOILER FEED-WATER EQUIPMENT-Continued.
 
S56-4 Feed-water tanks.
Filtering material (feed and filter tank).
Filters, feed-water.
Fittings and connections (feed and filter tank),
Gauges, water and index plates (feed and filter tank).
Plates, perforated (feed and filter tank).
Tanks, hot-well.
Tanks, main feed and filter.
Tanks, reserve feed.
S56-5 Water-testing outfits.
Boiler compound, feed-water.

S57 DIESEL OIL STOWAGE AND EQUIPMENT.
 
S57-1 Separators.

S58 DISTILLING PLANTS.
 
S58-1 Evaporators.
Baffles.
Coils and tubes.
Doors and frames.
Evaporator and distilling condenser rooms.
Shells.
Steam heads.
Tube sheets.
Zincs.
S58-2 Distilling condensers.
Coils or tubes.
Heads.
Shells.
Tube sheets.
S58-3 Evaporator feed heaters.
Heads.
Heaters, coil drain.
Heaters, vapor.
Shells.
Tubes and tube sheets.
S58-4 Measuring and testing devices, distilling plant.
Meters, water.
Salinometer pots.
Tanks, measuring.

S59 REFRIGERATING PLANTS.
 
S59-1 Refrigerating machines.
Pumps, contained.
Refrigerating gas containers.
Refrigerating machine, complete, including compressors, driving motors, or engines and their controls.
  Ammonia.
  Carbon dioxide.
  Dense air.
  Ethyl chloride.
  Sulphur dioxide.
Spare parts for.
Refrigerating room and ice-machine room.

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S59 REFRIGERATING PLANTS-Continued.
 
S59-2 Condensers, refrigerating plant
Condensers.
Coolers.
S59-3 Separators, refrigerating plant.
S59-4 Brine system, refrigerating plant.
Boxes, cold-storage.
Boxes, ice-making.
Cans, ice-making.
Coils, cooling (brine system, refrigerating machine).
Rooms, cold-storage.
Tanks, brine.

S60 ELECTRIC PLANTS.
 
To be used for general correspondence on the electric plants of ships as a whole.

S61 ELECTRIC POWER GENERATORS (OTHER THAN ELECTRIC DRIVE).
 
Armatures.
Balancers.
Commutators.
Dynamo rooms.
Dynamos.
Exciters.
Foundations and stiffeners.
Generators and driving units.
Generator cooling systems, including air washers and air ducts.
Generators, Diesel-engine driven.
Spare parts.
Turboalternators.
Turbogenerators.
For pumps, see S47 Pumps. For piping, see S48, Piping. For condensers, see S46, Condensers. For tanks, see S56, Feed water equipment.

S62 ELECTRIC POWER DISTRIBUTION.
 
S62-1 Switchboards.
Bus bars.
Distribution rooms (electric power, other than electric drive).
Panels, when not used in the control of a motor driving a specific apparatus.
Stowage-battery charging station.
Switchboard.
Switchboard-battery charging.
Switchboards, fire-control.
Switchboards, interior communication.
Switchboards, main.
S62-2 Wire and wiring appliances (electric power distribution).
Circuit breakers.
Conduits.
Connection boxes.
Controllers.
Cut-outs, individual.
Distribution boxes.

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S62 ELECTRIC POWER DISTRIBUTION-Continued.
 
S62-2 Wire and wiring appliances-Continued.
Fuses.
Hangers and insulators.
Insulating material.
Junction boxes.
Rheostats.
Stuffing and terminal tubes.
Switches, individual.
Switches, on.
Transformers.
Voltage regulators.
Water-tight receptacles and plugs.
Wire.
Wiring and appliances for switchboards and power leads.
S62-3 Batteries (electric power distribution).
Dry-cell.
Storage, permanent.
Storage, portable.
Storage-battery boxes and tanks.
S62-4 Batteries, storage, submarine propelling.(For battery ventilation (submarines), see S38, Ventilation and heating.) .
Battery compartments and tanks.
Battery sealing compound (storage battery).
Lifting gear.

S63 ELECTRIC POWER APPLICATION.
 
S63-1 Motors and motor control(when not considered with apparatus driven).
S63-2 Motors, propelling, submarines.
S63-3 Motor generators and similar apparatus.
S63-4 Solenoids.
S63-5 Brushes, carbon.
S63-6 Booms, motor.

S64 LIGHTING.
 
S64-1 General lighting (wiring, appliances, and fixtures).
S64-2 Battle lighting (wiring, appliances, and fixtures).
Battle lanterns, portable, electric.
Breast lights.
Gun-sight lights.
Gun breech light.
Lighting system, ship's magazines,
S64-3 Auxiliary lighting (wiring, appliances, and fixtures, except batteries).
S64-4 Portable lights, electric.
Bunker lanterns.
Deck lanterns.
Diving lanterns.
Flashlights and batteries.
S64-5 Signal lights, electric (except searchlights).
Anchor lights.
Blinker lights.
Lenses, signal.
Light boxes.
Man overboard lights.

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S64 LIGHTING-Continued.
 
S64-6 Signal lights, electric-Continued.
Masthead lights.
Recognition lights.
Running lights, side.
Steering. lights.
Wake lights.
S64-6 Illuminating sets.
S64-7 Lights, nonelectric

S65 INTERIOR-COMMUNICATION APPARATUS.
 
S65-1 Ship-service telephone systems.
S65-2 Loud-speaking telephone systems.
General announcing telephone system.
S65-3 Voice tubes (general and re-control communications).
Voice tube head sets.
S65-4 Audible signal systems.
Anchor gongs and pulls.
Anemometer indicator.
Anunciators. (See Bells.)
Bells.
Buzzers.
Call-bell.
Circulating water, low-pressure alarm.
Collision alarm.
Depth charge indicator.
Diving-alarm.
Drainage-tank signal systems.
Electric-whistle operator.
Engine gongs and pulls.
Fire-alarm systems.
Fireroom emergency signals.
Fuel-oil tank indicators (electric).
Gas-detector indicators.
General-alarm gong systems (electric).
Gongs.
Gongs, boat hour.
Howlers.
Hydrogen detectors (electric).
Lubricating-oil indicators (electric).
Lubricating oil, low-pressure alarm.
Mine-control indicators (electric).
Nautophone.
Pump alarm.
Push buttons.
Refrigerating-room signals.
Steering emergency.
Thermostats (magazine).
Turbo blower signal.
Warning signals (electric).
Water indicators.
S65-5 Visible signal systems.
Air-lock indicator systems.
Ammunition-hoist indicator systems (mechanical and electric).
Anchor telegraph systems (electric).
Autographic recorders (telautographs, etc.).
Ballast indicators. (See Trimming tank telegraph systems, submarines.)

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S65 INTERIOR-COMMUNICATION APPARATUS-Continued.
 
S65-5 Visible signal systems-Continued.
Battery voltage-indicator systems.
Buoyancy indicators.
Clutch-indicator systems.
Course telegraphs.
Docking, telegraph systems (electric).
Electric indicator system for hatches, doors, vent valves, hull openings, etc.
Engine order telegraph systems (mechanical and electric).
Engine revolution telegraph systems.
Fireroom feed signal systems.
Fireroom telegraph systems (mechanical and electric).
Gyro telegraph.
Life-buoy release (electric).
Logs (speed indicators), Forbes, Cummings, et al.
Long-arm indicator system.
Main engine, revolution counter gear.
Main generator shaft indicators.
Oil-burner control telegraphs.
Oil-pressure telegraphs.
Pitometer.
Reduction-gear indicators (turbine).
Rudder indicators, diving (mechanical).
Rudder indicator systems, including telemotors.
Salinity indicator.
Secondary recording counters.
Shaft revolution indicator systems (mechanical and electric).
Shaft revolution counters (mechanical and electric).
Smoke telegraph systems.
Speed-flag telegraphs.
Speed indicators (mechanical and electric).
Steering telegraph systems (mechanical and electric).
Submarine marker buoys, including stowing and releasing arrangements, telephone and lighting equipment, and indicators.
Temperature indicators, refrigerating room.
Trim indicators.
Trimming tank telegraph systems (submarines).
Turbine reduction gear indicators.
Water-tight door indicator systems.
S65-6 Pneumatic-tube systems.
S65-7 Interior-communication spaces and apparatus.
Central station.
Emergency boiler control station.
Interior-communication rooms.
Soundproof booths.
Soundproof relay stations.

S66 SEARCHLIGHTS.
 
Carbons.
Controls.
Main.
Rheostats and rheostat room.
Signaling.

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S66 SEARCHLIGHTS-Continued.
 
Signaling shutters.
Spare parts.
Towers, platforms, and foundations.

S67 RADIO APPARATUS.
 
Antennae systems.
Arc telegraph systems.
Battery lockers.
Booths, radio.
Compass houses (radio), ship.
Compass systems.
Instruments.
Main communication station.
Main radio station.
Radio masts (ship).
Radio trunk.
Rat-tail, hull casting and tube for rat-tail.
Receiving cabinets in booths.
Rigging.
Rooms.
Spare parts, etc.
Spark telegraph systems.
Telephone systems.
Tools.
Vacuum-tube telegraph systems.
Wiring and wiring appliances.

See Bureau of Ships pamphlet RE-1A-107 for itemized list.

S68 UNDER WATER SOUND.
 
Asdics.
Blisters for sound-signaling device.
C tubes, parts and spares.
E tube drifter sets, parts and spares.
MV tubes, parts and spares.
Microphone tanks, parts and spares.
Oscillators, keel type, parts and spares.
Oscillators, skin type, parts and spares.
Sonic depth finders (fathom meter, echo sounding).
Sound-proof rooms (sound signaling).
Sound-receiving equipment (electric).
Sound-receiving equipment (acoustic).
Submarine-detecting apparatus.
Transmitters (sound-signaling, under water).
Transmitters, supersonic.
Trawls, indicating.
Wiring and wiring appliances.
Y-tube compensators.
Y tubes, parts and spares.
See Bureau of Ships pamphlet RE-1A-107 for itemized list.

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S69 ELECTRICAL INSTRUMENTS (EXCEPT FIRE-CONTROL AND THOSE USED AS PART OF AN INTERIOR-COMMUNICATION SYSTEM).
 
Ammeters, installed and portable.
Bridges (electrical testing sets).
Dynamometers.
Electric-instrument lockers.
Excitation meters.
Galvanometers.
Hydrometers.
Magneto generators (electrical testing sets).
Meggers (electrical testing sets).
Meters, frequency.
Ohmmeters.
Oscillograph.
Polarity indicators (electrical testing sets).
Power-factor meters.
Pyrometers, electric.
Reactive-factor meters.
Storage-battery testing sets.
Switchboard instruments (general).
Synchroscopes.
Tachometer.
Telephone-testing sets.
Voltmeters, installed and portable.
Wattmeters, installed and portable.
Watt-hour meter.

S70 SIGHT-SIGNALING APPARATUS (INTERSHIP).
 
S70-1 Pyrotechnics.
Barium nitrate for illuminating projectiles.
Blue lights and flares.
Cartridges, signal, Very's.
Dyes, spotting projectile.
Flares and flare-up lights.
Pistols, Very's signal.
Projectiles, pyrotechnic.
Red lights and flares.
Rifle lights.
Rockets, shower, smoke, and star.
Smoke bombs.
Submarine ejector recognition sets.
Submarine emergency identification signal.
Torches, signal sets.
Very's night signal sets.
S70-2 Flags.
Boards.
Flags.
Guidons.
Lockers.
Racks.
S70-3 Sight signals (other than pyrotechnics and flags).
Black ball.
Semaphores, signal.
Signal shapes.
Speed cones.

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S71 FIRE CONTROL.
 
S71-1 Main battery (turret) control.
Attachments, firing, turret guns.
Boards, plotting.
Clocks, contact.
Clocks, time sector.
Compensators, director fire-control.
Concentration indicator instruments.
Controllers, gun-director.
Converters, range.
Converters, revolution.
Delay coils, turret.
Designators, target bearing.
Dials, concentration.
Director firing (main battery).
Director towers (main battery) (turret).
Directors, gun (directorscopes).
Fire-control tops (structural, included in cage masts).
Fire-control towers (except armor) and foundations.
Fire distribution.
Indicators, azimuth (gun director).
Indicators, director correction.
Indicators, elevation.
Indicators, elevation, repeat.
Indicators, multiple turret.
Indicators, plotting.
Indicators, ships bearing.
Indicators, target bearing.
Indicators, target turret, single.
Indicators, target turret, double.
Indicators, target turret, triple.
Indicators, train.
Indicators, training, repeat.
Indicators, turret-train, double.
Multiple turret-indicator system.
Plotter, graphic range.
Plotting rooms.
Range determination.
Range table.
Receivers, elevation.
Receivers, target-angle.
Relay voice-tube station.
Salvo patterns.
Salvo signals.
Salvo system, turrets.
Spotters.
Spotting tops, structural (included in cage masts).
Stable zenith instruments.
Station, turret officer.
Transmitters, auxiliary target-bearing.
Transmitters, director correction.
Transmitters, parallax, range.
Transmitters, target-angle.
Transmitters, target-bearing.
Transmitters, target-bearing relay.
Transmitters, target turret.
Transmitters, turret-train.

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S71 FIRE CONTROL-Continued.
 
S71-1 Main battery (turret) control-Continued.
Turret danger-zone system.
Turret tell-tale system.
S71-2 Secondary battery (broadside) control.
Canopies, broadside-director tower.
Director firing, broadside battery.
Director towers, broadside battery.
Directors, gun (directorscopes).
Indicators, gun-train.
Receivers, training.
Secondary battery, switchboard, rooms.
Stations, secondary battery switchboard (non-structural).
Torpedo-defense fire-control stations.
Transmitters, independent train.
S71-3 Antiaircraft battery control.
Director firing.
Directors, gun.
Periscopes, airplane.
Range finders.
S71-4 Torpedo battery control.
Angle fire, torpedo.
Circuits, firing, torpedo.
Directors, bridge, control of torpedo fire.
Finders, submarine attack course.
Graphs.
Indicators, collision course.
Indicators, gyro angle.
Indicators, torpedo, battle-order and repeat-back transmitter.
Indicators, torpedo-spotting.
Indicators, torpedo-tube firing.
Instruments, control, fixed angle (above water torpedo tubes only),
Instruments, control, follow the pointer (above water torpedo tubes only).
Instruments, depth, roll and performance recorder (torpedo).
Receivers, gyro angle.
Solenoids, torpedo-firing.
Solver, angle (torpedo).
Switches, torpedo-firing.
Telescopes, check-sight (torpedo tube).
Telescopes, torpedo-testing barge.
Telescopes, tube-sight.
Torpedo directors.
Torpedo-directing stations.
Torpedo-tracking rooms.
Torpedo-tracking stations (nonstructural).
Transmitters, gyro angle.
Transmitters, torpedo battle-order and repeat-back indicator.
Transmitters, torpedo-target bearing.
Visuals, torpedo battle-order.
S71-5 Depth charge and mine-battery control.
Counters, mine-control.
Depth charge attack board.
Indicators, firing-mine.

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S71 FIRE CONTROL-Continued.
 
S71-5 Depth charge and mine-battery control-Continued.
Mine laying fire control.
Mine-timing devices.
Switches, mine.
Visuals, depth charge order (includes indicators, receivers, and transmitters, battle order).
S71-6 Searchlight battery control.
Indicators, searchlight train.
Visuals, searchlight order (includes indicators,
receivers, and transmitters, battle order).
S71-7 Star-shell battery control.
S71-8 Fire-control appliances and apparatus(general correspondence only; see note).
Alidades.
Angle fire corrector, submarine.
Battle orders, gun.
Bearing transmitters.
Binocular cases.
Binoculars.
Binoculars, mount.
Blinders for optical instruments.
Boards, deflection.
Boards, sighting.
Boards, submarine plotting.
Boxes, optical instruments.
Boxes, periscope, conning tower.
Boxes, spotting glass.
Boxes, telescope.
Brackets (range and deflection transmitters).
Brackets, telescopic.
Caps, focusing.
Caps, telescope.
Captain target designation system.
Castings, aluminum.
Cleaning apparatus.
Clocks.
Clocks, range.
Clocks, time of flight.
Collimators, binocular.
Collimators, telescope.
Computers, gun error.
Computers, target angle.
Control of guns, distant.
Converters, direct range.
Course detectors.
Course protractors.
Crystals, lens.
Cups, grease.
Deflection eliminating devices.
Designators, "Evershed."
Dials, gun director (directorscope).
Director firing circuits.
Director firing system, including instruments.
Director follow-the-pointer systems, including instruments.
Directorscopes.
Drafting machines (plotting room).
Drying apparatus, optical instruments.

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S71 FIRE CONTROL-Continued.
 
S71-8 Fire-control appliances and apparatus-Continued.
Erosion corrector.
Filters, ray.
Finders, bearing.
Finders, monocular.
Finders, submarine attack course.
Foundations, instrument.
Gears, synchronizing (gun control).
Glands.
Glasses, magnifying.
Gongs, cease firing.
Guards, eye.
Guns, distant control of.
Gyro transmitters.
Gyrometers.
Gyroscopes.
Holders, telescope.
Horizometers.
Illumination.
Ilumination (director firing instruments).
Illumination (optical instruments).
Illuminators, telescope.
Inclinometers.
Indicators, course and distance.
Indicators, director elevation.
Indicators, director train.
Indicators, gun elevation.
Indicators, gun firing,
Indicators, optical range finder.
Indicators, range finder, train.
Indicators, time of flight.
Illumination corrector.
Instruments, spotting.
Instruments, stabilized.
Insulating material, optical instruments.
Keepers, deflection.
Keepers, range.
Keys, firing.
Keys, firing auto break.
Keys, firing, gun director (directorscope).
Keys, firing, quick break.
Kits, repair.
Kits, repair (optical instruments).
Lenses, fire-control instruments.
Lenses, optical instruments.
Lines, cross, telescope.
Mounts, rail, spotting glass.
Offset firing.
Oiling devices.
Outfits, testing.
Outfits, testing, optical
Periscopes.
Plotting devices.
Plotting instruments.
Projectors, course.
Projectors, range.
Quadrants, gunner's.
Quartz for optical prisms and lenses.

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S71 FIRE-CONTROL-Continued.
 
S71-8 Fire-control appliances and apparatus-Continued.
Rakes, spotter's.
Range and deflection system, including instruments.
Range-finder adjusters.
Range-finder astigmatizers.
Range-finder boxes.
Range-finder collimators.
Range-finder hoods.
Range finder measuring devices.
Range-finder mounts.
Range-finder scales.
Range-finder, transmission-system, indicators.
Range finder, transmitters, optical.
Range finders.
Range finders, coincidence.
Range finders, stereoscopic.
Range keepers.
Receivers, battle-order, repeat back.
Receivers, stethoscopic, voice tubes.
Removed control.
Repeaters, compass.
Repeaters, "Evershed."
Repeaters, periscope.
Rules, slide.
Scales, optical.
Scales, speed.
Screens, clear-vision (director firing) and signal.
Selsyns.
Sextants.
Shafting, flexible.
Sights, gun-director.
Sights, stabilized, gun-director.
Ship-bearing system.
Solenoids.
Solenoids, director firing.
Solenoids, gun-firing.
Solver, enemy-bearing.
Solver, enemy-movement.
Solver, submarine attack.
Sound-proof booths.
Spotting devices, stabilized.
Spotting devices, submarine.
Spotting glasses.
Spray device (optical instrument).
Spyglasses.
Stadimeters.
Stations, plotting (nonstructural).
Stereoscope, optical
Stowage.
Stowage (optical instruments).
Switches, director firing.
Target-bearing system (including instruments).
Telautograph.
Telemeters, optical.
Telephones.
Telescopes.
Telescopes, battery commander.
Telescopes, bore-sight.

167

S71 FIRE CONTROL-Continued.
 
S71-8 Fire-control appliances and apparatus-Continued.
Telescopes, gun.
Telescopes, gun director.
Telescopes, sight.
Telescopes, spotting.
Telescopes, water-tight for submarine wet-type gun mounts.
Testers, acuity (optical).
Testers, range taker.
Testing outfits (fire control).
Testing outfits (optical).
Tilt correctors.
Torque amplifying system for control of director-scopes.
Tracers, battle.
Tracers, dead reckoning.
Tracking instruments.
Transformers.
Transmission system, self-synchronizing.
Transmitters, arbitrary deflection.
Transmitters, battle-order, repeat back.
Transmitters, compass relay.
Transmitters, gun elevating.
Transmitters, revolution.
Transmitters, ship's bearing.
Vanes, wind.
Visuals, gun battle order (includes indicators, receivers, and transmitters, battle order).
Visuals, range.
Washing devices (optical).
Watches, stop.
Water-tightness.
Water-tightness (optical instruments).
Windows (optical instruments).
Windshields.
Wiring and wiring appliances.
Wrenches, telescope.

S72 TURRETS.
 
S72-1 Turret structure and foundations.
Backing plates.
Barbettes.
Brackets.
Bulkheads.
Cone plate.
Doors.
General arrangement plan.
Gun girders.
Hatches.
Hoods, sight.
Mantlet plates.
Platforms.
Roller-path alignment.
Roller separators.
Roller tracks and paths.
Roller-track foundations.

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S72 TURRETS-Continued.
 
S72-1 Turret structure and foundations-Continued.
Rollers.
Roof girders, plates, and angles.
Shelf plate.
Stresses.
Structure and framing.
Structure below pan.
Tracks, liner.
Trunks, other than ammunition.
Turntables.
Turret pan.
Turret proper.
Turret stool.
Upper handling room.
Waterways.
S72-2 Turret-turning machinery.
Automatic stops.
Clutches.
Differential gears.
Gears, training.
Hand-turning gear.
Hydraulic speed gears.
Live rings.
Machinery and gear.
Motor generators.
Motors.
Pinions.
Power panels and motor controls.
Racks.
Rotary compensators.
Speed variation.
Switches, train.
Telemotors.
Turning gear, main and auxiliary.
Turret training-gear and machinery.
Worms.
S72-3 Turret fittings.
Blocking wedges.
Boxes, periscope.
Buffers, bumpers, and positive stops.
Centering pins.
Chests, division, gun.
Dismounting gear, gun, trolley tracks, etc.
Draining system.
Eyes, pad, handling breech plugs.
Grabs.
Gun-cleaning devices.
Holding-down bolts.
Holding-down clips.
Illuminated indicators, shafting, and gear.
Immersion tanks.
Locking devices, gun.
Muzzle rests, gun.
Port bucklers.
Rails.
Seats, pointer and trainer.
Securing gear.
Stowage, accessories, gun and mount.

169

S72 TURRETS-Continued.
 
S72-3 Turret fittings-Continued.
Tracks and trolleys.
Tramming devices.
Turnbuckles.
Turret gunport air seals.
Turret port screens.
Watersheds.
S72-4 Turret guns.
Accidents and errors, machining turret gun-forgings.
Attachments, gun director gear.
Ballistics.
Blasts.
Blow backs.
Bore lapping head.
Bore searchers.
Bores of guns.
Breech mechanism.
Calibration of guns.
Center of gravity, gun and mounts.
Chambers.
Curves, erosion.
Decoppering.
Deposits in bores.
Elongation and twist of gun liners.
Erosion.
Experimental firing.
Extractors, projectile.
Firing locks.
Firing trials.
Forgings.
Gas checks and pads.
Gauges, star.
Guides, primer, firing lock.
Guns, droop of.
Guns, jumps of.
Guns, life of.
Guns, relining of.
Guns, whip of.
Heat cracks, gun forgings.
Hoops.
Housings, gun.
Impression takers.
Jackets.
Latches, breech-mechanism.
Latches, salvo, breech-mechanism.
Life of guns.
Liners.
Mushrooms, breech-mechanism.
Muzzles.
Radial expansion process, gun construction.
Ranging data.
Regunning.
Rifling.
Rings, gas-check.
Rings, locking.
Screw boxes.
Seats, gas-check.
Seats, primer.

170

S72 TURRETS-Continued.
 
S72-4 Turret guns-Continued.
Shoulders.
Shrinkages.
Star-gauging.
Tompions.
Tramming and paralleling.
Trams.
Tubes.
Yokes.
S72-5 Slides, turret guns.
Bars, shoulder, mounts.
Chambers, expansion.
Countercoil system.
Edges, knife.
Liquid, recoil.
Lubrication.
Pistons.
Plungers.
Recoil cylinders.
Recuperator system.
Rods, spring, counter-recoil.
Shields, gun and mount.
Spring compressors.
Springs, counter-recoil.
Strips, rubbing, whip of gun.
Trunnion and bearings.
S72-6 Deck lugs, turret guns.
Bearings, ball.
Buffers and positive stops.
Cap squares.
Castings.
Cover plates.
Cups, grease.
Rings, adjusting.
Trunnion bushings.
S72-7 Sights, turret guns.
Adapters, sight.
Arc slides.
Arcs.
Battens, sight-checking.
Bore sights.
Cams, sight.
Castings, sight.
Corrector, turret roller-path.
Covers, sight.
Deflection, sight.
Dials, sight.
Drums, sight.
Illumination, sight.
Scales, sight.
Sight bars and marks.
Sight graduations.
Sight lighting.
Sight yokes.
Strips, range, sight.
S72-8 Gas-ejecting system, turret guns (covers that part of the system that is on guns only).

171

S72 TURRETS-Continued.
 
S72-9 Elevating gear and machinery turret guns.
Adapters, variable speed gear.
Attachments, elevating.
Clutches, friction, gun-elevating.
Control gear, elevating motor.
Gears, cross-connecting, gun-elevating.
Gears, variable-speed, gun-elevating.
Gun-elevating gear, main and auxiliary.
Increasing elevation.
Switches, gun-elevating control.
S72-10 Ammunition hoists, turret.
Ammunition cars.
Brakes, sheel-hoist, electric motors.
Carriers, projectile.
Counters, ammunition.
Controllers, ammunition-hoist.
Doors, safety.
Flaps, flame-proof.
Flaps, powder.
Hoist trunks.
Latches, powder-ear.
Plates, baffle, powder-hoist speed gear,
Powder chutes.
Powder-passing scuttles.
Shutters, ammunition-hoist.
Switches, hoist.
Trays, loading and transfer.
Trays, powder.
Trays, projectile.
Trays, spanning.
S72-11 Rammers, turret guns.
Controls, switches, and gear (turret rammer).
Seating of projectile in gun.
Spars, backing out, projectile.
S72-12 Ammunition supply.
Accessories and attachments for turrets, turret guns, etc., belong with this apparatus for which designed. For ventilation of turrets, see S38. For sprinkling system turret, see S48-6.

S73 BROADSIDE GUNS.
 
S73-1 Guns (broadside).
Accidents and errors, machine gun forgings.
Attachments, automatic.
Attachments, firing, mechanical.
Attachments, gun, director gear.
Ballistics.
Blasts, effect of.
Blow-backs.
Bore lapping head.
Bore searchers.
Bores of guns.
Breech mechanism.
Calibration.
Center of gravity, guns and mounts.
Chambers.
Decoppering.

172

S73 BROADSIDE GUNS-Continued.
 
S73-1 Guns (broadside)-Continued.
Deposits in bores.
Dismounting gear, trolleys, tracks, etc.
Droop.
Ellongation and twist of gun liners.
Erosion.
Erosion curves.
Experimental firing.
Extractors, projectile.
Eyes, pad, handling of breech plugs.
Firing devices, foot, mechanical.
Firing devices, mechanical.
Firing trials.
Forgings.
Gas-check rings.
Gas-check seats.
Gas checks and pads.
Gas-ejecting system (broadside guns; covers that part of the system that is on the gun only).
Gauges, gun.
Gauges, star.
Guides, primer, firing lock.
Guns and mounts sent to and received from proof.
Guns, nonrecoil.
Guns, relining of.
Heat cracks, gun forgings.
Hoops.
Housings.
Impression takers.
Jackets.
Jump,
Keys, firing, mechanical.
Lanyards.
Latches, salvo.
Life.
Liners.
Locks.
Locking rings.
Monoblock guns (radial expansion process).
Mortars.
Mushrooms, breech mechanism.
Muzzle bags.
Parallelism.
Primer seats.
Ranging data.
Rifling.
Saluting guns.
Screw boxes.
Seating of projectiles.
Shrinkages.
Shoulders.
Slewing devices.
Star-gauging.
Tompions.
Trams and tramming.
Tubes.
Whip.
Yokes.

173

S73 BROADSIDE GUNS-Continued.
 
S73-2 Mounts (broadside guns).
Angles for train and elevation.
Arc slides for broadside mounts.
Arcs for broadside mounts.
Attachments, elevating.
Bars, shoulder, mount.
Bearings, ball.
Bolt holes in deck.
Brackets, gun mount.
Brakes, gun mount.
Buffers, gun mount.
Carriage.
Castings.
Chambers, expansion.
Circles, deck, gun mount.
Clips, holding-down.
Clutches, friction, gun mount.
Compressors, spring, gun mount
Cover plates.
Cups, grease.
Depression rails.
Division chests.
Drives, friction.
Elevating and training gear.
Embrasures.
Foundations and stiffeners.
Gauges, gun-mount.
Gear drives.
Gears, balancing.
Gears, training.
Gun platforms.
Gun shields.
Gun-port coamings.
Gun-port plates.
Gun-port shutters.
Gun-port sill plates.
Gun-port structures.
Gun-port wing plates.
Holding-down bolts.
Knife edges.
Levers, gun-mount.
Liquid, recoil.
Lockers, gun-gear.
Locking devices.
Muzzle rests.
Pistons.
Plungers.
Recoil cylinders.
Recuperator system.
Reentrant ports.
Rings, adjusting.
Rods, spring, counter-recoil.
Roller paths and bearings.
Seats, pointer and trainer.
Securing gear.
Slides.
Sponsons.
Spray shields.

174

S73 BROADSIDE GUNS-Continued.
 
S73-2 Mounts-Continued.
Srings.
Stands.
Stops, gun-mount
Training gear.
Trunnion pressure.
Trunnions and bearings.

S73-3 Sights (broadside guns).
 
Adapters, sight.
Battens, sight-checking.
Bore sights.
Cans, sight.
Castings, sight.
Covers, sight.
Deflection, sight.
Dials, sight.
Drums, sight.
Scales, sight.
Sight bars and marks.
Sight mechanism.
Sights, open.
Sights, panoramic.
Sights, peep.
Strips, range, sight.
S73-4 Loading equipment (broadside guns).
Rammers.
Trays, loading.
Trays, projectile.
Trays, powder.

S74 ANTIAIRCRAFT GUNS.
 
S74-1 Guns (antiaircraft).
Accidents and errors u/machining gun forging.
Ballistics.
Blasts, effect of.
Blowbacks.
Bore lapping head.
Bores of guns.
Breech mechanism.
Deposits in gun bores.
Experimental firing.
Erosion gun.
Firing trials.
Forgings.
Guns, double purpose.
Guns, machine.
Guns, relining of.
Life of gun.
Hammers.
Rifling.
Salvo latches.
S74-2 Mounts (antiaircraft guns).
Carriage.
Carriages, machine-gun.
Cover-plates.
Elevating and training gear.
Foundations and stiffeners.

175

S74 ANTIAIRCRAFT GUNS-Continued.
 
S74-2 Mounts-Continued.
Holding-down bolts.
Recoil cylinders.
Slides.
Stands.
Stops.
S74-3 Sights (antiaircraft guns).
S74-4 Loading equipment (antiaircraft guns).

S75 TORPEDOES.
 
S75-1 Torpedoes.
After bodies (torpedo).
Air-flask forgings.
Air-flasks.
Antennae (aerial torpedo).
Antennae (radio-controlled torpedo).
Anticircular run device.
Bearings, gyro.
Bombs for net cutters.
Buckets, gyro.
Bulkheads, afterbody.
Bulkheads, air-flask.
Bulkheads, water-compartment.
Castings.
Coils.
Cold shots (superheater failures).
Curved fire mechanism.
Cutters, net.
Depth mechanism.
Depth-setting mechanism.
Detonators, war-head.
Distance gear.
Dynamometer, testing.
Engines, main power plant.
Engines, steering.
Exercise heads.
Exploders and exploder mechanism.
Figure run (circular run) device.
Firing speed.
Flasks, combustion.
Flasks, fuel.
Forgings.
Forgings, air-flask, closed end.
Forgings, air-flask, open end.
Forgings, air-flask, screwed water-compartment end.
Gears, bevel.
Gears, steering.
Governing gear.
Gyro-bearing shock absorbers.
Gyro mechanism.
Gyro-setting mechanism.
Gyros, air sustained.
Gyros, mechanical and electric.
Heads, war.
Heat troubles.
Hose.
Igniters (combined fuse and pistol).

176

S75 TORPEDOES-Continued.
 
S75-1 Torpedoes-Continued.
Immersion gear.
Immersion-gear diaphragms.
Immersion-gear spring cases.
Index mechanism.
Joints, joint rings, and screws.
Knife edges, balancing.
Knives, war-head.
Net cutters.
Nozzles.
Pendulum.
Pistols.
Pistols, torpedo.
Pivots, gyro.
Plates, baffle.
Pots, oil.
Pots, torch (Holmes's lights).
Power plants.
Preheaters.
Propellers.
Pumps, oil.
Rods, steering.
Rudder rods and yokes.
Rudders, horizontal.
Rudders, vertical.
Shafting.
Siphons.
Spindles, stop valve.
Sprays, calibrating.
Sprays, fuel and water.
Springs, calibrating and test.
Starting gear.
Starting levers.
Strainers.
Studs, guide.
Submergence tests.
Superheaters (generator, steam).
Sylphons.
Tailguards (tail braces).
Tanks.
Tests and specifications.
Torpedo design, military characteristics and general requirements.
Torpedo examination record sheets.
Torpedoes, aerial.
Torpedoes, aircraft.
Torpedoes, alignment of.
Torpedoes, electric.
Torpedoes, exothermic.
Torpedoes, fully ready.
Torpedoes, gliding.
Torpedoes, obsolete.
Torpedoes, radio-controlled.
Torpedoes, ready.
Torpedoes, sinking of.
Torpedoes, streamline.
Torpedoes, towing.
Torpedoes, underbottom.

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S75 TORPEDOES-Continued.
 
S75-1 Torpedoes-Continued.
Tracers, oil.
Turbines.
Valves, exhaust.
Valves, fuel and water.
Valves, reducing.
Water compartments.
Water-spray coolers.
Water trippers.
Wheels, turbine.
Worm drive.
S75-2 Torpedo tubes and launching gear.
Barrels.
Bow cap and shutters.
Breech door and locking gear.
Charges, impulse.
Clamps.
Cups, oil and grease.
Curved fire-setting devices.
Depth-setting devices.
Drains.
Dummy torpedoes for tube testing.
Expanders.
Firing valves and mechanism.
Foundations.
Gauges, air and water.
Gears, elevating.
Gears, training.
Guides.
Heating jackets.
Holding-down bolts.
Impulse cases, torpedo-launching.
Impulse tanks.
Lashings.
Loading skids.
Locking gear for muzzle door.
Pedestals and braces.
Pivots.
Ports.
Rollers and roller paths.
Saddles.
Seats, pointer and trainer.
Securing-pad eyes.
Sights.
Sights, bore.
Sluice valves.
Spoons and spoon extension.
Stands.
Stop bolt and mechanism.
Swirl reducers.
Tanks, torpedo-firing.
Testing outfit, including ejection, velocity, and pressure-testing apparatus.
Torpedo-firing mechanism (mechanical).
Torpedo tubes, above water.
Torpedo tubes, alignment of.
Torpedo tubes, center line.
Torpedo tubes, submarine.

178

S75 TORPEDOES-Continued.
 
S75-2 Torpedo tubes and launching gear-Continued.
Torpedo tubes, submerged.
Torpedo-tube assembly (assigned and installed on ships).
Tripping latches and mechanism.
Vents.
S75-3 Torpedo handling, loading, and stowage (shipment).
Attachments, fuel-filling, tanks and piping, oil, water, etc.
Boxes, gyro.
Boxes, torpedo and war-head.
Buoys.
Buffers.
Cleats.
Cranes, torpedo, and gear complete.
Deck trucks for handling war heads.
Elevators and elevating machinery.
Exercise beads, stowage.
Gyro-adjusting stands.
Gyro hand-balancing fixtures.
Handling apparatus.
Hoists, torpedo, air and electric, in torpedo rooms.
Locating devices.
Lockers, gyro.
Stands, adjusting.
Stowage.
Stowage, detonators.
Stowage, heads, war, exercise, and collision.
Stowage, net-cutter bombs.
Stowage, torches.
Straps.
Tools and equipment.
Torpedo rooms.
Trucks.

S76 MINES AND DEPTH CHARGES.
 
S76-1 Mines, mine handling, and mine stowage.
Acoustic mines. (See Mines, experimental.)
Anchored mines (submarine).
Anchors.
Antennae.
Batteries, mine-firing.
Bombs, towing.
Boxes, mine tools.
Breakers, circuit.
Buoys.
Cases, booster.
Circuit closers.
Clips, wire-rope.
Controlled mines.
Davits.
Deck fittings.
Delay devices.
Detonators.
Drifting mines (floating mines).
Electrical protective devices.
Escapement gear (detents).

179

S76 MINES AND DEPTH CHARGES-Continued.
 
S76-1 Mines, mine handling, and mine stowage-Continued.
Experimental mines.
Extenders.
Filler.
Firing, circuit.
Firing devices (includes K devices).
Float sets.
Fuzes, mine.
Grids.
Grips, wire-rope.
H devices (contact horns).
Horns, electrochemical.
Hydraulic buffer.
Launching trucks.
M devices.
Machines, cable-winding.
Magnetic mines (experimental mines). (See Mark VII mines.)
Mine bogies.
Mine boosters.
Mine cases.
Mine experiments.
Mine handling and stowage.
Mine-laying gear.
Mine tubes.
Mines, floating.
Mines-loss.
Oscillating mines.
Plummet spools.
Plummets, mine-anchor.
Pots, dash, mine-anchor.
Primers.
Slip hooks.
Strain insulators, Mark IX mines.
Sylphons.
Tactical mines (drifting and oscillating).
Taut-wire machines.
Testing outfits.
Tidal mines.
Towing mines.
Tracks.
Turnbuckles.
Washers, soluble.
S76-2 Depth charges, depth-charge handling, and depth-charge stowage.
Ammunition, Y guns (depth-charge projector).
Arbors.
Bomb throwers.
Boosters.
Brackets, mechanical control.
Buoys.
Cases.
Conduits, mechanical control.
Controls.
Covers, other than canvas.
Deck fittings, hydraulic control.
Depth charge primers.
Depth-charge projectors (Y guns).

180

S76 MINES AND DEPTH CHARGES-Continued.
 
S76-2 Depth charges, depth-charge handling, etc.-Continued.
Detonators.
Escapement gear.
Experimental depth charges.
Extender mechanism.
Forks, safety,
Hangers, hydraulic control.
Piping, hydraulic control.
Pistols.
Sheaves and fair leads.
Sylphons.
Tanks, hydraulic control.
Tracks.
Transmitters and pumps, hydraulic control.
Trucks.
Valves, hydraulic control.
Wire ropes, mechanical control.
S76-3 Wrecking charges, wrecking-charge handling, and wrecking-charge stowage.
Charges.
Detonators.
Firing batteries.
Firing cables.

S77 GAS AND SMOKE WARFARE APPARATUS.
 
S77-1 Offensive equipment (gas and smoke warfare).
Boxes, smoke.
Cardboard cartridges and chemicals.
Chemical warfare agents.
Cylinders, gas.
Fan and gear.
Fillers for projectiles, grenades, and bombs.
Flame throwers.
Gas-cloud apparatus.
Ignition devices.
Nozzles.
Phosphorous and water-tight drums.
Smoke boxes (floating type).
Smoke funnels (fixed type).
Stench producers.
Tetrachloride (smoke producer).
Tin canister and fuses.
Toxic smoke screen apparatus.
Tubing.
Wood mounts.
Wooden boxes.
S77-2 Defensive equipment (gas and smoke warfare).
Air purifiers and scrubbers.
Filters.
Gas mask charges (tanks).
Gas masks.
Gas protective clothing.
Neutralizing agents.
Tubing.
Ventilating cowls and buckets.

181

S78 AMMUNITION, HANDLING AND STOWAGE (EXCEPT HANDLING AND STOWAGE IN TURRETS).
 
S78-1 Ammunition.
Adamsite.
Adapters, fuse.
Adapters, projectile.
Annealing cartridge case.
Ammonium picrate.
Bags, burster.
Bags, ignition.
Bags, powder.
Bodies, projectile illuminating.
Bourreret projectile.
Bursts AA projectile.
Charges, booster.
Charges, burster.
Charges, ignition.
Caps, fuse.
Caps, primer.
Caps, projectile.
Cartridge cases.
Cartridges, machine gun.
Center of gravity, projectiles.
Containers, booster.
Covers, fuse.
Crimping machine, cartridge case.
Cups, mouth.
Defective ammunition.
Diaphragms, projectile.
Filler, projectile.
Fixed ammunition.
Fuses, antiaircraft.
Fuses, detonator, long delay.
Fuses, projectile.
Fuses, superheater, torpedo.
Fuses, time.
Fuses, water impact.
Gas checks, projectile.
Grenades, hand and rifle.
Grommets, projectile.
Gun cotton.
Howitzer ammunition.
Instructions for preparation of ammunition.
Luting, fuse thread.
Misfires, ammunition.
Parachutes, illuminating projectile.
Pentaerythritoltetranitrate toluol.
Pieces, distance.
Plugs, cork.
Plugs, projectile.
Plungers, fuse.
Points, projectile.
Powder, black.
Powder, brown.
Powder charges.
Powder, cordite.
Powder, flashless.
Powder, fuse.
Powder, impulse, torpedo.

182

S78 AMMUNITION, HANDLING AND STOWAGE-Continued.
 
S78-1 Ammunition-Continued.
Powder, life of.
Powder, saluting.
Powder, smokeless.
Powder, smokeless, disposition of remnants, reworking and sale of.
Premature firing (ammunition).
Primer, gun-cotton.
Primers.
Projectile bands.
Projectile bases.
Projectiles, armor-piercing.
Projectiles, antiaircraft.
Projectiles, case shot.
Projectiles, class B.
Projectiles, common.
Projectiles, Davis gun.
Projectiles, double-band.
Projectiles, flat-nose, nonricochet.
Projectiles, gas.
Projectiles, gyroscopic.
Projectiles, high-explosive.
Projectiles, illuminating.
Projectiles, incendiary.
Projectiles, line-throwing.
Projectiles, marker.
Projectiles, proof-shot.
Projectiles, smoke.
Projectiles, spotting.
Projectiles, stream-line.
Projectiles, target.
Projectiles, time of flight.
Reserve ammunition.
Saluting charges.
Setters, fuse.
Shrapnel.
Shrapnel bands.
Shrapnel, incendiary.
Streamers, projectile.
Test sheets, powder.
Tracers, fuse.
Train, powder, fuse.
Trinitrotoluol.
Wads.
Weights.
Windshields, projectile
S78-2 Ammunition handling.
Ammunition supply.
Bomb carriers.
Buckets.
Chains.
Containers.
Conveyors.
Davits.
Eyebolts, projectile.
Flame seals.
Guides.
Hoist machinery and gear (except turret).

183

S78 AMMUNITION, HANDLING AND STOWAGE-Continued.
 
S78-2 Ammunition handling-Continued.
Hoists, broadside (except trunk).
Painting devices.
Passing scuttle.
Scuttles, powder.
Slings, projectile.
Stabilizing device.
Tables.
Tongs.
Tracks, trolley.
Trays.
Trolleys.
Trucks, powder, tank.
Trunks, projectile.
Whips.
S78-3 Ammunition stowage.
Bins, powder.
Bomb stowage.
Bottles, powder.
Boxes, ammunition.
Boxes, cartridge.
Boxes, detonator.
Boxes, detonator, torpedo.
Boxes, fuse.
Boxes, powder.
Boxes, primer.
Bows, projectile.
Canons, smokeless-powder samples.
Gauges.
Handling rooms.
Lockers.
Magazines (ship).
Motometers, powder-surveillance test ovens.
Ovens, powder-testing.
Paper, powder-heat test.
Racks, bomb, cranes and gear.
Ready-service stowage.
Rooms.
Straps, ammunition-box.
Tanks, cartridge.
Tanks, powder.
Testing outfits.
Thermometers, surveillance oven.
Wrenches, ammunition-tank.
Wrenches, cartridge.
Wrenches, fuse.
Wrenches, powder-tank.

S79 FIELD AND MACHINE GUNS-SMALL ARMS AND EQUIPMENT.
 
S79-1 Boat guns.
Mounts and circles, boat.
Stowage.
Sights.
S79-2 Field guns.
Breech mechanism.
Carriages.

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S79 FIELD AND MACHINE GUNS, ETC.-Continued.
 
S79-2 Field guns-Continued.
Field guns and mounts.
Lanyards, gun.
Limbers.
Ropes, drag and check.
Spares and accessories.
Stowage.
Telescopes and sights.
S79-3 Machine guns.
Belt-filling machines.
Belts, ammunition.
Carriages, landing.
Covers, feed.
Ejectors.
Limbers.
Mounts, ran.
Plates, breast.
Pouches, gunner's.
Spares and accessories.
Stowage.
Telescopes and sights.
S79-4 Small arms and landing force equipment.
Accessories.
Armory (ship).
Bandoliers.
Bayonets.
Belts (cartridge and waist).
Canteens.
Cutlasses.
Discharges, rifle, for lights and grenades.
Ejectors, rifle.
Haversacks.
Holsters, pistol.
Irons, climbing.
Lockers, accoutrement.
Nets, sleeping and head.
Pistols.
Ponchos.
Projectiles, mortar, stokes.
Revolvers.
Rifles.
Scabbards.
Shotguns (including riot guns).
Slings and straps, canteens.
Stems, gun.
Stick bombs.
Stowage.
Stowage (small and side arms).
Submachine guns.
Swords.
Telescopes and sights.
Tools, entrenching.
S79-5 Landing guns.

S80 GUN BATTERIES.
 
Guns, relining of.
Regunning.

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S81 MINE, TORPEDO. BOMB. AND SPLINTER PROTECTION (OTHER THAN STRUCTURAL).
 
S81-1 Mine sweeping.
Buoy lines and anchors (mine channel marking).
Buoys and buoy lines.
Counter mining.
Explosive scissors.
Foundations.
High speed mine sweeping.
Kite safety gear.
Kite, water.
Low speed mine sweeping.
Magnetic and experimental mine sweeping.
Mine-sweeping gear and spares.
Nets.
Reels.
Strain indicators.
Sweep safety gear.
Wire, kite.
Wire, sweep.
S81-2 Paravanes and gear.
Booms and davits.
Chocks.
Fair-leads.
Rigging (ropes, chains, blocks, and fittings).
Stem extension.
S81-3 Torpedo protection.
Torpedo nets and booms.
S81-4 Bomb and splinter protection.
S81-5 Mine, cable and net cutting devices.
S81-6 Degaussing.
S81-8 Protective devices.
S81-9 Acoustic mine sweeping.

S82 BOATS.
 
S82-1 Boat stowage and handling (except cranes, which are under S17; Towers, masts, spars, etc.).
Chocks.
Cleats
Cradles.
Davits and fittings.
Falls.
Releasing gear.
Strong backs.
S82-2 Boat fittings and outfits(general correspondence; see note).
S82-3 Special types of boats (other than standard).
S82-4 Steamers.
S82-5 Motor barges.
S82-6 Motor boats.
S82-7 Motor sailing launches.
S82-8 Motor dories.
S82-9 Motor lifeboats (motor whaleboats).
S82-10 Sea sleds.
S82-11 Torpedo retriever boats.
S82-12 Racing cutters.

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S82 BOATS-Continued.
 
S82-13 Cutters.
S82-14 Whaleboats.
S82-15 Dinghies.
S82-16 Dories, pulling.
S82-17 Wherries.
S82-18 Punts.
S82-19 Camels and pontoons. (For "Salvage pontoons," see YSP.)
S82-20 Life rafts.
S82-21 Life boats, pulling.
S82-22 Surf boats, pulling.
Boat fittings and outfits, S82-2, include all articles listed on pages 32a-3 and 32a-6 to 32a-8, Boat Instructions.

S83 AIRPLANE HANDLING AND STOWAGE ON SHIPS.
 
For "Derricks, booms, and cranes for handling airplanes over the side," see S17.
S83-1 Hangars, stowage, hoisting gear and.
Deck handling gear.
Deck handling gear, including interior traveling crane, trolleys, and track, and other fittings for airplane handling.
Hangar space.
Hangars and stowage.
Hoisting gear.
Transportation trucks.
S83-2 Catapults and catapult gear.
Launching devices, runways, gear.
S83-3 Arresting gear.
B gear.
Emergency barricade.
Landing gear.
S83-4 Airplane-recovering devices.

S84 AIRSHIP, KITE, AND BALLOON HANDLING AND STOWAGE.
 
For "Mooring masts and fittings," see S17-2.

S85 PHOTOGRAPHY.
 
S85-1 Motion-picture photography.
Acids and chemicals.
Cabinets, tables, and benches.
Camera, recording AA.
Cameras, complete.
Dark rooms, printing rooms, and mounting rooms and equipment.
Developing and printing.
Drying drums.
Film containers.
Film counters.
Films.
Foundations and supports.
Gunnery taking.
Lantern slides.
Lens and lens mountings.

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S85 PHOTOGRAPHY-Continued.
 
S85-1 Motion-picture photography-Continued.
Light boxes for film marking.
Lockers, chemical and clothes.
Motion-picture machines.
Motion-picture photography (aerial).
Motion-picture photography (ground).
Paper (developing and printing).
Polishers.
Print washers and print dryers.
Printers.
Program (film).
Rewinders.
Screens.
Sinks.
Splicing stands.
Tanks and trays.
Title-making machine.
Tripods.
S85-2 Still photography.
Acids and chemicals.
Cabinets, tables, and benches.
Cameras, complete.
Dark rooms, printing room, and mounting rooms and equipment.
Developing and printing.
Films.
Foundations and stiffeners.
Gunnery taking. '
Lens and lens mountings.
Light boxes for film marking.
Lockers, chemical and clothes.
Mapping.
Paper (printing and developing).
Plates.
Polishers.
Print washers and print dryers.
Printers.
Sinks.
Still photography (aerial).
Still photography (ground).
Tanks and trays.
Tripods.
S85-3 Photographs.
S85-4 Sound motion-picture photography and reproducers.

S86 INSTRUCTION AND PRACTICE APPARATUS.
 
S86-1 Ship-control instruction apparatus.
Attack teacher (submarine).
Boards, instruction.
Mooring boards, torpedo-tactical.
S86-2 Fire-control instruction apparatus.
Aiming apparatus.
Dotters.
Spotting boards and gear.
Targets, dotter.
Teachers, director firing.

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S86 INSTRUCTION AND PRACTICE APPARATUS-Continued.
 
S86-3 Gun, mine and depth-charge crew-instruction apparatus.
Aiming apparatus.
Ammunition, dummy.
Attachment, ex-caliber and subcaliber.
Cartridges, drill.
Cartridges, dummy.
Castings, backing out, drill shell.
Dotters.
Dummy charges.
Dummy depth-charge.
Guns, drill.
Guns, dummy.
Guns, ex caliber.
Guns, subcaliber.
Machines, drill.
Machines, loading.
Mines, dummy.
Powder charges, dummy and drill.
Primers, drill.
Targets, dotter.
Teachers, deflection.
S86-4 Other forms of instruction apparatus.
S86-5 War-game outfits.
S86-6 Rifle ranges on shipboard.

S87 INSTRUMENTS NOT COVERED IN OTHER GROUPS.
 
Aerological equipment.
Asynchronizer.
Averaging instruments (general).
Horoscopes.
Calorimeters.
Chronographs for measuring velocities.
Combustible gas indicator.
Displaceometer.
Dynamometers, hydraulic and brake.
Dynamic balancing machines.
Exograph.
Gas detectors.
Gauge boards.
Gauge cocks.
Gauge glasses.
Gauge-testing machines.
Gauges, air.
Gauges, air-pressure.
Gauges, indicating.
Gauges, miscellaneous.
Gauges, pressure.
Gauges, recording.
Gauges, steam.
Gauges, strain.
Gauges, testing.
Gauges, vacuum.
Gauges, water.
Hydrogen detectors, nonelectric.
Hydrograph.
Hydrometers, alcohol-testing.

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S87 INSTRUMENTS NOT COVERED IN OTHER GROUPS-Con.
 
Hydrometers, general.
Indicator strain.
Indicators, engine.
Liquid meters.
Manometers.
Measuring devices, liquid. (For Fuel-oil measuring devices, see S55-5.)
Meters, condensation.
Meters, disk.
Meters, flow.
Meters, notch.
Meters, venturi.
Oxygen outlets.
Photometers.
Pneumercators. (See also Fuel-oil group, etc.)
Pyrometers, nonelectric.
Scelerscopes.
Sound-timing device, torpedo.
Stabilograph.
Stroboscopes.
Tachometers.
Telemeters.
Testing sets (general).
Thermometers (general).
Thrust meters.
Torsion meters (shaft).
Vibragraph.
Vibragraph (vibration testing machines).
Warp indicator.

S88 DAMAGE CONTROL.
 
S88-1 Damage Control books.
Preparation.
Arrangement.
Diagrams.
Plans.
S88-2 Stations, equipment, and instruments, control officer station, repair party station, repair party equipment, casualty boards, compartment check-off list, and card holders.
S88-3 Damage control practice instruction and reports of practices.
S88-4 List and trim control.
Counter flooding.
Drainage of counter flooding valves.
Water ballast compensating system.
S89 (Blank).
S90 (Blank.)

S91 SHIP UPKEEP SHOPS AND EQUIPMENT.
 
S91-1 Workshops.
Accessory overhaul shops (on ships).
Battery work shops.
Blacksmith shops (smithery).

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S91 SHIP UPKEEP SHOPS AND EQUIPMENT-Continued.
 
S91-1 Workshops-Continued.
Carpenter shops.
Dope shops.
Electric workshops.
Engine-overhaul machine shops.
Engine-overhaul shops.
Engine parts, cleaning room (aviation).
Engine-test shops.
Foundaries.
General electric repair stations.
General workshops.
Gyrocompass repair shops.
Instrument repair shops.
Machine shops.
Metal wire and welding shops.
Optical repair shops (fire-control repair shops.)
Pattern shops.
Pipe and coppersmith shops.
Plumbers' shops.
Radio repair shops.
Sheet-metal shops.
Tool issuing rooms.
Torpedo repair shops.
Wing covering and fuselage repair shops.
Wing repair shops.
Wood-working shops.
S91-2 Stationery equipment, workshops, on ships(general correspondence).
Band saws.
Blacksmiths' lockers.
Boring machines.
Crucibles.
Drill presses,
Engine test stands.
Engine test stands.
Engraving machines.
Forges.
Foundations, stiffeners, and structural brackets.
Furnaces.
Grinders.
Hack saws (power).
Hangers, pulleys, shafting, and belting.
Key-cutting machines.
Lathes.
Lathes, precision, cabinet type.
Milling machines.
Pipe-cutting and threading machines.
Planers and shapers.
Plumbers' and fitters' lockers.
Saw tables.
Trolley tracks and jib cranes for handling material in workshops.
Turning machines, tinsmiths.
Wood lathes.
S91-3 Caissons and cofferdams (repair).
S91-4 Repair-party station (S88-2).

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S92 TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT, PORTABLE (NOT ALLOCATED UNDER OTHER HEADINGS).
 
Anvils.
Arc-welding outfits.
Attachments for machine tools.
Bellows.
Bench rammers.
Bending slabs.
Boxes, tool.
Brazing outfits.
Bridge gauges and special tools.
Chain falls.
Chain hoists (blocks and trolley).
Chisels.
Cutters (milling machine).
Cutting outfits, gas.
Cylinder boring machine.
Dies, forging.
Drawers.
Drill chucks and sockets.
Drills.
Drills (portable).
Drip pans.
Electric drills.
Feelers, micrometer.
Flasks.
Flatters.
Fullers.
Gun-boring outfit.
Hammers.
Hand and loose tools.
Jacks, hand.
Jacks, hydraulic.
Jacks, screw.
Kettles (glue, pitch, etc.).
Kits, repair.
Ladles.
Lead-burning outfits.
Lifting tongs.
Lockers.
Micrometers.
Oil blowtorch with tank.
Oxyacetylene welding outfit.
Pneumatic drills.
Pneumatic hammers, riveting and scaling.
Portable tools, miscellaneous.
Pouring shank.
Punch and shears.
Punches.
Riddles.
Sand troughs.
Scrap-metal bins.
Shackle tool sets.
Sledges.
Solder pots.
Soldering irons.
Staves, cleaner.
Swages, ship's tools.
Tallow tanks.

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S92 TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT, PORTABLE-Continued.
 
Taps and dies.
Tongs.
Tool and gear boards.
Tool racks and shelves.
Trash cans.
Tube cleaners and expanders.
Underwater cutting equipment.
Valve-reseating machines.
Vises.
Waste and oil cans or boxes.
Welding rods.
Wood trimmers.
Work benches.
Wrenches and expanders.

S93 FIRE FIGHTING (SHIP).
 
For fire main, flooding, and sprinkling systems see S48-3.
Buckets and stands.
Couplings and reducers, fire-hose.
Fire and rescue-party equipment.
Fire doors.
Fire extinguishers, chemical (complete).
Fire extinguishers (portable).
Fire extinguishers (stationary).
Fire extinguishing (steam smothering system).
Foundations and racks.
Hose.
Inert gases (nitrogen, etc.).
Monitors, fire.
Nozzles, spanners, and stowage.
Racks and reels, fire-hose.
Rescue breathing apparatus.
Steam fire extinguishers, bunker, fuel-oil tanks
grate, etc., with piping and valves.
Tools and stowage.
Water curtain.

S94 SALVAGE.
 
For salvage air system, see S49.
Box, faking (for throwing lines).
Decompression stages.
Diving apparatus (pumps, suits, etc.).
Diving and wrecking gear.
Diving bells.
Guns, line-throwing.
Lines (throwing or shot).
Recompression chamber.
Spare parts.
Stowage.
Submarine rescue apparatus.

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