Oil and grease moving parts of engines used to propel maritime vessels.
What does a Marine Oiler do?
Oils and greases moving parts, such as gears, shafts, and bearings, of engines and auxiliary equipment used to propel maritime vessels: Examines machinery for specified pressure and flow of lubricants. Fills oilcups on machinery with grease and lubricating oil, according to machinery lubrication instructions. Reads pressure and temperature gauges and records data in engineering log. Assists ENGINEER in overhauling and adjusting machinery. May lubricate deck machinery when vessel is unloading cargo.