PIM pronto in macchina

English translation: SBE (Stand-by Engines)

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Italian term or phrase:PIM pronto in macchina
English translation:SBE (Stand-by Engines)
Entered by: Daniela Zambrini

19:11 Dec 3, 2012
Italian to English translations [PRO]
Tech/Engineering - Ships, Sailing, Maritime / maritime
Italian term or phrase: PIM pronto in macchina
Il tempo d`intervento intendendo con tale accezione il number complessivo di ore di moto eseguite per ciascuna untia sara quello intercorrente tra il PIM (pronto in macchina) e il FIM (finito in macchina) dichiarati nel brogliaccio di navigazione o nel giornale nautico.
Tamara Vlahovic Sanovic
SBE (Stand-by Engines)
Explanation:
The bellbook is to be kept by the officers on watch when leaving and entering port, when navigating in close waters, when maneuvering in restricted visibility and at any other time when maneuvering. The officer keeping the bellbook will initial the entries.

The following items are to be recorded in the bridge bellbook:

a. Signals given to engine room and exact time. On vessels fitted with automatic engine order/revolution logger systems, the only orders to the engine room that need to be recorded are "Stand-by Engines", "Finished with Engines", "Full Away on Sea Passage" and "End of Sea Passage".



Telegrafo di macchina:
Il trasmettitore meccanico, o elettrico, degli ordini di manovra dal ponte di comando alle macchine.
Gli ordini sono: "pronti in macchina", "ferma", "finito in macchina". Le andature, sia avanti che indietro, sono: "molto adagio", "adagio", "mezza forza", "tutta forza"

see http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Engine_order_telegraph

http://www.flickriver.com/photos/lwr/142726427/

http://www.englishdictionaryonline.org/it/inglese.asp?parola...

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SBE (Stand-by Engines)


Explanation:
The bellbook is to be kept by the officers on watch when leaving and entering port, when navigating in close waters, when maneuvering in restricted visibility and at any other time when maneuvering. The officer keeping the bellbook will initial the entries.

The following items are to be recorded in the bridge bellbook:

a. Signals given to engine room and exact time. On vessels fitted with automatic engine order/revolution logger systems, the only orders to the engine room that need to be recorded are "Stand-by Engines", "Finished with Engines", "Full Away on Sea Passage" and "End of Sea Passage".



Telegrafo di macchina:
Il trasmettitore meccanico, o elettrico, degli ordini di manovra dal ponte di comando alle macchine.
Gli ordini sono: "pronti in macchina", "ferma", "finito in macchina". Le andature, sia avanti che indietro, sono: "molto adagio", "adagio", "mezza forza", "tutta forza"

see http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Engine_order_telegraph

http://www.flickriver.com/photos/lwr/142726427/

http://www.englishdictionaryonline.org/it/inglese.asp?parola...



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