Anchor, Mooring gear

Anchor, Mooring gear

Overview of Anchor and Mooring Gear

Anchor windlass on general purpose ship with mooring drum and warping head

Anchor, Mooring gear

1.  Storage part of the mooring drum
2. Pulling section of the drum (working part)
3. Brake band
4. Gear box
5. Electro-hydraulic motor
6. Warping head
7. Chain in the gypsy wheel
8. Dog clutch
9. Anchor
10. Hawse pipe
11. Spurling pipe
12. Chain locker
13. Chain stopper with security device
14. Guide roller
15. Bollard
16. Guide roller
17. Deck
18. Hatch to chain locker

Anchor, Mooring gear

Anchor, Mooring gear

Anchor Equipment

Anchors can be:

Conventional anchors
- HHP anchors – High holding power
-SHHP anchors – Super high holding power

Pool anchor (HHP) type HG ‘Pool N’ anchor; Hall anchor (conventional anchor)

Pool anchor (HHP) type HG 'Pool N' anchor; Hall anchor (conventional anchor)

1. crown/ shackle
2. shank
3. flukes
4. crown pin
5. crown plate
6. anchor chain with swivel

 

Anchor Equipment

Spek anchor

Anchor Equipment

Hall anchor

Anchor Equipment

Pool TW anchor

Anchor Equipment

Anchor d’hone

Anchor Equipment

Danforth anchor

Anchor Equipment

AC-14 anchor

Anchor Equipment

Flipper anchor

 

Different ways to connect the anchor to the chain

Kenter shackle

Anchor Equipment

1.Half link
2. Locking pin
3. Stud

Anchor Equipment

1. Anchor shank
2. Anchor/ link
3. Swivel
4. Open link
5. Enlarged link
6. Kenter shackle
7. Crown shackle

 

Chain stopper with tensioner ; Chain stopper
Anchor Equipment

1. Tensioner
2. Cable stopper
3. Chain
4. Guard

 

Anchor and mooring combined windlass/ mooring winch

Anchor and mooring combined windlass/ mooring winch

1. Main sharft
2. Gear box
3. Electric motor
4. Warping drum
5. Drum (storage part)
6. Drum (working part)
7. Gypsy wheel
8. Control lever for the band brake

 

Claw clutch out and in

Anchor Equipment

1. Bearing
2. Sliding claw
3. Fixed claw

Mooring gear

Foredeck of a tanker

Mooring gear

1. Warping head
2. Drum
3. Bollards
4. Eyes to connect the stoppers
5. Guide roller
6. Center lead
7. Leadway
8. Head line
9. Forward spring

Ripping

End links

Ripping

1. Gaff socket with rolled connection
2. Cast spelter socket
3. Rolled eye socket
4. Thimbled Talurit eye
5. Spliced eye with thimble
6. Thimbled Flemish eye, swaged
7. Wedge socket (not allowed for hoisting)

Safety hook

Ripping

1. Brand or type marking
2. Chain size (chain 7/8 of an inch)
3. Class, grade 8 (high-grade steel)
4. Safety pin
5. Spring

1. Bow shackle with safety pin
2. Bow shackle with screw- bolt
3. D-shackle with safety bolt and nut
4. D-shackle with screw-bolt

Turnbuckle

Ripping

1. gaff
2. House
3. Thread- one left, one right handed
4. Eye

Ship’s anchors

bower anchor,
spare anchor,
stream anchor,
kedge anchor,
stern anchor,
sheet anchor,
back anchor,
grapnel, grappling hook,
creeper,

1.stockless anchors, 2.mushroom anchor, 3.high holding power anchor, 4.plough anchor, 5.stock anchors,
1.stockless anchors,
2.mushroom anchor,
3.high holding power anchor,
4.plough anchor,
5.stock anchors,

Stockless anchor

Stockless anchor  1.anchor ring, anchor shackle, Jew's harp shackle, 2.shank, shaft, 3.stock, 3b.nut, 4.forelock,
1.anchor ring, anchor shackle, Jew’s harp shackle,
2.shank, shaft,
3.stock,
3b.nut,
4.forelock,

Stock anchor

5.arm, 6.crown, 7.flukes, palms, 8.bill, pea, 9.anchor head, 10.tripping palms,
5.arm,
6.crown,
7.flukes, palms,
8.bill, pea,
9.anchor head,
10.tripping palms,