Smoke detected from INS Talwar's Main Engine Room in Mumbai

Apr 12, 2018, 19:40 IST |

INS Talwar is undergoing a refit at Naval Dockyard Mumbai

Smoke detected from INS Talwar¿s engine room
INS Talwar. Pic courtesy/YouTube 

The lead ship of the Talwar-class frigates of the Indian Navy, INS Talwar, detected smoke in the Main Engine Room (MER) on Thursday. INS Talwar is undergoing a refit at Naval Dockyard Mumbai.

The smoke emerged because of the recent welding which the ship underwent on 2 April 2018. As a precautionary measure, actions were taken, including calling the Dockyard fire brigades.

After the source of the smoke was identified, it was immediately extinguished using onboard portable extinguishers. 

(Edited by mid-day online desk, with inputs from PTI)

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