topping lift block

topping lift block
сущ. топенант-блок - это был плоский незакругленный блок, оба конца которого переходили в короткие "шеи". В каждой "шее" под прямым углом к шкиву имелось по одному отверстию для стропа на топе мачты и для коренного конца топенанта. Этот блок вместе с "груша-блоком" использовали на континентальных судах.

English-Russian sailing ships dictionary. 2014.

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