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Container securing components



Container securing components
The line drawings which follow are nothing more than a brief indication of the various types of components available in container securing systems. Different manufacturers tend to give different names and terms to very similar components, and so it is advisable to consult the hand-book and/or catalogue on board the ship and to use the given names for the components. Where a manufacturer´s hand-book or catalogue is not available care must be taken when describing a component: words or terms used should not be ambiguous or misleading.
These drawings are re-produced with the kind permission of International Lashing Systems and Coubro & Scrutton Ltd. (Securing Division).
1. Flush-fitting pot socket for twist-locks and locator cones; sometimes referred to as a deck insert socket.
2. Raised deck socket; sometimes referred to as a stool or seat.
3. Raised keyhole foundation, sometimes referred to as a keyhole seat or keyhole stool — for use with special sliding cones of the non-lockable or lockable type as shown at No. 16; alternatively, may be used as lashing point for wires or chains fitted with special bulb-hooks of a type similar to No. 30.
4. A flush-fitting keyhole socket.
5 Raised locator pocket, for use with non-lockable locator cones such as No. 14.
6. Flush-fitting locator pocket to accept non-lockable locator cone such as No. 14.
7. A slide shoe weldment for accepting flat-based twist-locks with chamfered edges such as No. 15. Locator cones and lockable cones with similar bases can also be used in the slide shoe weldment. Sometimes referred to as a U-frame or a dovetail socket.
8. Circular foundation pot or post socket, with plug.
9. Container guide, corner fitting, with locking bar or blocking pin.
10. Lockable bottom locator cone for welded attachment to deck.
11. Flush-fitting lashing pot for hook attachment.
12. Single ´0´ ring for hook or shackle attachment.
13. Non-lockable bottom stacking cone sometimes called a stacking peg, for round pot insertion.
14. Non-lockable, bottom stacking cone, sometimes called a stacking peg, with rectangular insertion base to match Nos. 5 & 6.
15. Flat based, shoe fitting twist-lock, used in connection with slide shoe fitting as shown in No. 7. Sometimes known as a dovetail twist-lock.
16. A single, sliding lockable base cone for use with keyhole foundations such as Nos. 3 & 4.
17. A single, non-lockable, inter-layer stacker, sometimes known as an intermediate stacking cone. When the horizontal plate is extended to accept two such fittings the item is known as a double inter-layer stacker or double intermediate stacking cone. They may be for transversal or longitudinal application.
18. A single, lockable inter-layer stacker, or lockable intermediate cone, used with right-handed locking bars or blocking pins.
19. A 6" spacer with single stacking cone; sometimes supplied with two opposing cones. Used to bring the tops of unequal size adjacent containers in stack to the same horizontal line so that screw-bridge fittings may be attached to corner castings. (See No. 21).
20. A handle-operated turn-foot twist-lock, or inter-layer twistlock, to secure a base corner casting to a deck fitting (such as No. 2) and/or to secure the top corner casting of one container to the bottom corner casting of the next container above.
21. A screw-bridge fitting, sometimes referred to as a bridge fitting or a tension clamp or compression clamp, or container bridge. Used to connect the upper corner castings of a top layer of containers in stack.
22. A container side support or coaming chock. These fittings come in a variety of purpose-built shapes and designs. Used principally below the weather-deck to provide side and end chock support to containers in stack, where they pass through ´tween deck coaming areas, for instance.
23. A straight bar lashing rod with special hook for insertion into container corner casting.
24. A wheel-tensioned turn-buckle with hook at each end.
25. A raised star-dome lashing pot, sometimes known as an elephant foot lashing pot, for making quick connection to lashing gear fitted with bulb-hooks of a type similar to No. 30.
26. A vehicle wheel chock.
27. Standard lashing hook.
28. Flush pin ´D´ shackle.
29. Tension lever, sometimes called a gatortail tensioner.
30. Bulb-hook for lashing in near-horizontal plane. A variation on the angle of the bulb produces an elephant´s foot hook for use with No. 25.
31. Penguin-hook for connecting lashing gear to container corner casting. Variations on this shape produce rhino-hooks, pad-hooks, viking-hooks, etc. It is important that the correct shape hook be used at the position for which it was designed.
32. Flat plate lashing terminal for three connecting points.
33. Lashing rig, with bar, wire, and quick-release tension lever.
34. Container upper corner casting (or corner fitting) — righthand.
35. Container bottom corner casting (or corner fitting) — righthand.
36. Lashing system comprising wire with swaged eyes around thimbles, and turn-buckle with hook at one end, and collar/bolt fitting at other.
37. A chain tension lever lashing, sometimes known as a gatortail tensioner.
38. A double ´D´ ring for deck lashings to accept hook, shackle or bolt attachments.






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