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our divers watch, well it could be if you still have that old chunky one that you use to pose with in the bath when playing the underwater " hunt the soap " game in your youth. But in what auxiliary does it live? Just about to fit it. It's in smaller engine rooms, it's part of a big brother/ little brother regime , this lives in the smaller one, it's a backup but remains online 24/7 . T'eed off a intercooler and its life is controlled by a wax stat. Not made of zinc but manganese, does not protect a tube stack but funnily enough it does protect of all things a Serpent. It's got a relief valve fitted for hot days and is not changed on an hours run basis but a have a looksee once a year time interval. It's named after a North American Native Indian Tribe and is manufactured but a fast canoe ride down the coast from all you folks who reside in the Nova Scotia district. Expensive up market fancy yacht engine rooms nearly always have them. See on the copper sealant " ok for sensors " although it's been out but a few years it's a relatively new thing and ideal for Cas, camshaft, antiknock and temp sensors who require an insulated earth return circuit. But what's the name of the appliance in which it fits which you need on a daily basis? ( Got caught out on this ship, no feet and inches ruler so blackmailed/ forced to comply here )
Remembering The Good Old days, when Chiefs stood watches and all Torque settings were F.T.