Walking down the dock on the way to a survey I often get asked “What’s in the bag?”When conducting a survey, I use all the five senses: sight, hearing, touch, taste and smell. These senses sometimes however need assistance in the form of amplification of the signal.
Tools in the bag to assist with this include
Measurement tools are also required and include:
Digital multi-meterTo record the survey findings and get to see in those difficult to access places I use a digital camera.
For even harder to get to places the borescope (snake camera) is invaluable. And how could I get up the mast without the Bosun’s chair?
Specialist tools are also required to test for:
Whilst we don’t carry an IR Spectrometer or Viscometer for oil analysis we do have the necessary tools to take oil from an engine for laboratory analysis without contaminating the sample.
Other less exciting items in the bag include:
And, of course, PPE’s (Personal Protective Equip-ment). So, what’s in the bag?The tools of the trade and other items necessary to survey a yacht
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