CCS RULES FOR CLASSIFICATION OF SEA—GOING SHIPS
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The official release of the China Register-issued Rules covering the classification of the sea going ships. The set consists of nine separate volumes. The first volume contains the general provisions for classification while the second one is devoted to the ship's hull including hull structure, equipment and outfitting, ice strengthening, single- and double hull oil tankers, bulk carriers and container vessels, ro-ro and passenger vessels, tugs and OSVs, floating cranes and barges, ore carriers, semi-submersibles, dredgers, work barges etc.
The part three provides the requirements for the shipboard machinery installations while part four is dealing with the refrigerated cargo installations. The rest of the rulebooks are covering the electrical installations on board, shipboard automation systems, fire protection, fire detection and fire extinction arrangements and equipment, CSR for oil tankers and bulk carriers, and additional requirements.
The amendments to the Rules are contained in a separate document. The Rules set is a must have on the yards engaged in construction of the vessels classed with the CCS. Apart from that, since the requirements and information contained in these volumes may be generally applied to all vessels, we would recommend them for familiarization to all people involved in new construction.
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