Below are the top deficiencies that I have seen in the fleet: - 47% of units surveyed did not have the NAVSEA approved hanging dry bulb thermometers (NSN 6685-00-243-9964) permanently hanging at all key watch and work stations (in the engine room, galley/scullery, and machinery room with the diesel) where heat stress conditions may exist because a thermometer was removed by someone or the wrong type of thermometer was mounted.
What does BT stand for?
BT stands for Bulb Thermometer
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- Brevet de Technicien (French)
- Brian Transeau (DJ/producer/composer)
- British Telecommunications
- Broader Term (lexicography)
- Brown Thomas (Irish department store)
- Brown Town
- Bruce Trail (Ontario)
- Budget Estimate
- Builders Trials
- Building Technology (various organizations)
Samples in periodicals archive:
In 1986, when we linked up the Met Office, we got a Stephensons screen, a white box with slatted sides that contains a wet and dry bulb thermometer.
Mercury-filled glass bulb thermometers have already been banned in many municipalities around the country.
5% of all Submarines surveyed this fiscal year were missing the NAVSEA approved hanging dry bulb thermometers (NSN 6685-00-243-9964) permanently mounted at all key watch and work stations where heat stress conditions may exist.
The most common recurring deficiency was NAVSEA approved hanging dry bulb thermometers were not permanently mounted at all key watch and workstations where heat stress conditions may exist.