Engineering Items

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Item Description Content
Mechanical Toolbox
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This toolbox contains many tools needed in the day to day lives of engineers and traitors alike. If you want a reliable way to break into an area, then this toolbox has just about all the tools you'll need. If your job is to repair damage, the tools will be needed when you'll have to fix the inevitable mistakes you'll make. Like all normal toolboxes, it does 10 brute damage.
  • screwdriver
  • wrench
  • welding tool
  • analyzer
  • wirecutters
Electrical Toolbox
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The electrical toolbox's contents are intended to help fix and of course also break electrical equipment. Useful for wiring a newly created (or freshly repaired) room. Insulated gloves are a must when dealing with electricity though.
  • screwdriver
  • wirecutters
  • t-ray scanner
  • crowbar
  • cable coils 2x
Emergency Toolbox
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The toolbox contains a flashlight, an emergency welding tool, a crowbar, a station-bounced radio, a flare and a fire extinguisher.
  • crowbar (red)
  • emergency welding tool
  • pocket fire extinguisher
  • flashlight or flare


Item Location Description
Tool Belt
Primary Tool Storage, Emergency Storage, Engineering, Maintenance Holds all standard tools and has as much space as a toolbox. Very useful. Does no damage as a weapon. Starts without tools, you must find tools for it.
Optical Meson Scanner
Engineering, Maintenance Used for seeing walls, floors, and stuff through anything.
Insulated Gloves
Engineering These gloves will protect the wearer from electric shock.
Cable Coil
Engineering, Primary Tool Storage Wire is a common resource, and is used in many constructions as well as laying down power-lines. Make sure all APCs are connected to the main lines with wires, or you'll have black-outs. For a guide on how to lay down cable coil see here You can also, perhaps, make some stuff with it.
Engineering, Primary Tool Storage Use to cut wires or grilles for construction.
Welding Tool
Engineering, Primary Tool Storage You can cut all manner of things apart, from lockers (open locker, click while lit) to walls. Or you can weld shut doors and lockers. It is useless when out of fuel, except to smash open windows and for some reason do some cutting jobs that really should require a flame, and must be lit to do anything useful!
Engineering, Primary Tool Storage Wrenches are usually used to take things apart, like wall-girders or tables. Only certain objects use them in the process of construction. They either fasten or take apart bolts most of the time.
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Engineering, Primary Tool Storage Take this tool to screw and unscrew all sorts of things.
Engineering, Primary Tool Storage The crowbar can pry open things and is used in de-constructing objects like computers and airlocks. It will open powered-off airlocks and fire-locks. You can use it to remove floor tiles, especially useful when they are damaged or you want to fix something under the floor.
Engineering, Primary Tool Storage It's mostly used for scanning the surrounding air which PDAs do as well, but can also be used in combination with a remote signaling device to disable anomalies when you scan the anomaly. Does a mere 5 brute damage when thrown at someone.
Engineering, Primary Tool Storage The multitool is for hacking. You pulse wires in any machine or door to see what they do, but make sure it doesn't electrify it. Can also be used to check the amount of power going through a cable.
Engineering, Primary Tool Storage It sheds light when you click on it, even if it's on your belt or in your pocket. The light sources stack to create brighter light sources, so if you have a flashlight in your belt, a flashlight in both pockets, and a flashlight in each hand, along with a hardhat on your head, you will SHINE LIKE THE SUN, LEAVING EVERY DARK CORNER EXPOSED TO TRUTH. Can be used to tell if something's dead or not, with a simple flash of the eyes.
Station Bounce Radio
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Engineering, Primary Tool Storage If Telecomms has gone down and the headset radios don't work any more, just use one of these instead of an intercom if you want to be on-the-move all the time.
T-Ray Scanner
Engineering, Primary Tool Storage The T-ray Scanner allows you to see through wires and piping through floor tiles. It can cause cloakers to flicker for a fraction of a second before some jerk smashes your head with a gun.

Power and Power Cell

Item Description
Cell Charger
Place power cells into these to charge them up. Can be secured and unsecured using a wrench.
Power Cell
A basic power cell that holds 1000 units of energy.
High-Capacity Power Cell
A power cell that holds 10000 units of energy.
High-Capacity Power Cell+
A power cell that holds 15000 units of energy.
Super Capacity Power Cell
A power cell that holds 20000 units of energy.
Hyper-Capacity Power Cell
A power cell that holds 30000 units of energy.
Bluespace Power Cell
A power cell that holds 40000 units of energy.
Charged Slime Core
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A power cell that holds 10000 units of energy and self recharges.
Potato Battery
A rechargeable starch based power cell. holds 300 units of energy.


Item Description
Tank Storage Unit
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Full of Plasma and Oxygen tanks, this machine will dispense them quite happily as you request them.
Oxygen Tank
A blue tank with a white stripe around it, signifying an Oxygen tank. Use this with a breath-mask, gas-mask or other breathing apparatus to have internals.
Plasma Tank
Holds Plasma gas. Usually inserted into the Singularity Engine or Supermatter Engine radiation collectors.
Fuel Tank
Full of welding fuel, this is mostly used to fill-up welding tools. Caution: Do not refill a lit welding tool. Always make sure it's off first, or it will cause an explosion. Holds 1000 units of fuel.
Water Tank
A tank with a capacity of 1000 units. Typically seen holding water.
Fire Extinguisher
Switch the safety off, point, and click to unleash a fire-killing spray. Also useful to smash-down windows in a hurry, and for changing directions when in space.


Item Description
Atmosphere Technician's Hardsuit
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Absolutely required during an Engineering E.V.A., the Atmosphere Technician's hardsuit is a useful space suit offering full protection from space, fire, and heat, as well as a little radiation protection. Also serves as low-strength armour. Wearing the hardsuit will slow you down a fair bit unless in space and wearing activated magnetic boots.

Damage type Protection Value Damage type Protection Value Damage type Protection Value
Melee 30 Bullet 5 Laser 10
Energy 5 Bomb 10 Biological 100
Radiation 25 Fire 100 Acid 75
Chief Engineer's Hardsuit
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Absolutely required during an Engineering E.V.A., the Chief Engineer's hardsuit is a useful space suit offering full protection from space, radiation, fire, and heat. Also serves as low-strength armour that is slightly stronger than the other Engineering hardsuits. Wearing the hardsuit will slow you down a fair bit unless in space and wearing activated magnetic boots.

Damage type Protection Value Damage type Protection Value Damage type Protection Value
Melee 40 Bullet 5 Laser 10
Energy 5 Bomb 50 Biological 100
Radiation 100 Fire 100 Acid 90
Engineer Hardsuit
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Absolutely required during an Engineering E.V.A., the Engineering hardsuit is a useful space suit offering full protection from space, high protection from radiation, as well as a little fire protection. While the fire values in the table below are high, it does not offer the same protection against high temperatures as the other Engineering hardsuits. Also serves as low-strength armour. Wearing the hardsuit will slow you down a fair bit unless in space and wearing activated magnetic boots.

Damage type Protection Value Damage type Protection Value Damage type Protection Value
Melee 30 Bullet 5 Laser 10
Energy 5 Bomb 10 Biological 100
Radiation 75 Fire 100 Acid 75


Item Description
Hard Hat
Protects your head and provides light. Useful for Maintenance tunnels or other dark places when you don't want to wear a hardsuit or hold a flashlight.
Fire Fighter Hat
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Protects against heat when used with a fire-suit, comes with an in-built flashlight you can toggle.
Welding Goggles
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Goggles to protect your eyes when welding.
Welding Helmet
A helmet to protect your eyes when welding.
Gas Mask
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Allows you to both hide and protect your face, as well as breathe through it assuming you have an oxygen tank with you.


Item Description
Hazard Vest
The hazard vest is found in all over the station. It enables flashlights, tools and emergency oxygen tanks to be stored in it's pockets. It also has mild protective benefits for the Station Engineer or Assistant on the go.
A very thick, bulky and heavy suit designed to go over your jumpsuit. It is used when fighting fires and will protect you against temperature extremes, at the cost of a much slower movement pace. Guaranteed to be in Atmospherics, it's usually better to wear one of those hardsuits instead. However, Station Engineers don't usually fight fires since that's what the Air Janitors are meant to do.
Special boots mostly used when there's air movement, you're in space, or there's no gravity. Sticks you firmly to the ground or nearby structures, but it slows you down a little bit though.
Power-ON cartridge
The cartridge that enables Engineering utilities for the PDA. Comes with several useful features.
Rapid Construction Device (R.C.D.)
Creates walls, doors, floors, and can de-construct almost everything.
Compressed matter cartridge
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Fits into an R.C.D. device, full of what's used every time the R.C.D. is used to construct or de-construct something.
Radiation Suit
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Protects against radiation, specifically the Singularity Engine, Supermatter Engine or Gravity Generator's radiation.
When directly used on the AI, this little thing will take it from it's core and instead put it on this card.
Station Blueprints
Allows the ability to add new rooms to the station. Needed for room-specific things like APC's and air alarms.
Engineering Books
The four user guide books: "Particle Accelerator user's Guide", "Singularity Safety in Special Circumstances", "Station Repairs and Construction", and "Hacking". Found all over the station. For an unknown reason, the majority of them are blank.

Electronics and Sensors

See Assemblies

Engineering Circuit Boards

Circuit Use Description
Power Control Module
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APC Used in the construction of a Power Monitoring Computer.
Airlock Electronic
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Airlocks Electronics for airlocks construction. Use them in hand to select access needed to open the airlock.
Fire Electronic
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Fire Alarms Electronic for fire alarms.

More Circuit Boards still needs to be updated on the table. Please help edit this part of the wiki.

Atmospherics items


Canisters Large Canisters Description
N/A An empty canister containing nothing. Using the label option, give it any paint-job or name you want.
Air Canister
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AirTankStat.png 20% Oxygen, 80% Nitrogen. It's your typical fresh air mix but pressurised greatly. Remember that the canisters have gargantuan volumes in comparison with internal tanks, and that using a canister rather than an air pump to re-pressurise rooms may be a harmful disaster of it's own.
CO2 Canister
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CO2TankStat.png Carbon Dioxide is a very dangerous gas due to it's ability to silently kill those who are caught in it.
N2 Canister
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AirTankStat.png A highly inert gas, Nitrogen is the least of your worries when it comes to the possible concoctions that arsonists have a liking to.
N2O Canister
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N2OTankStat.png Nitrous Oxide, this is used in combination with 20% Oxygen to make an anaesthetic used in Medbay, for example. A leak of this is concerning but not likely to be deadly.
O2 Canister
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O2TankStat.png Oxygen in a can, you should use this to fill up your internals to full when possible.
Plasma Canister
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PlasmaTankStat.png This contains pure Plasma, a toxic, poisonous and unbelievably flammable gas - a Plasma gas leak is a station catastrophe.


Item Location Purpose Strategy Description
Miniature Fire Extinguisher
Emergency Toolboxes, Atmospheric Technician Toolbelts. Putting-out burning paper, tickling plasma fires. A fire extinguisher will spray water across the room to put out fires or change your direction in space. Functionally the same as a normal fire extinguisher, but has a smaller capacity and may fit into your pockets and other small storage spaces. Once out of water, fill it up from a water tank.
Emergency Oxygen Tank
Atmospherics As the name suggest, used as an emergency oxygen supply. It's not a question about if you need it, it's a question of when you need it so make sure to keep at least one with you at all times. Stuff it in your pocket, belt, or suit slot and leave it there, you'll need it. A small oxygen tank that you can wear in your belt slot or in the suit slot of various suits. It is typically kept at approximately 21 kPa with a minimal release setting. Oxygen tanks of all sizes can be refilled by oxygen canisters and are used with a breath mask to set up an internal air supply. You might want to set this to 18 kPa release pressure and can be filled-up to 1013 kPa.


Item Location Purpose Strategy Description
Emergency Storage, Maintenance, Atmospherics, Toxins Lab. Used for holding and transporting gases like Oxygen, Plasma and the like. Place around hallways, wait for Assistants to open them for absolute chaos research purposes. When accessed whilst the canister is empty, it is possible to set it a label and also change it's paint and decals. This allows you to make a canister designed to look fairly terrifying, for example, if it's a superheated gas mixture you could use CO2 and Plasma colours combined together to get a rather menacing look to it.
Space Heater
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Emergency Storage, Maintenance, Atmospherics. Heating up a cold area, being forgotten. Find a nearby breach and turn it on once it's been repaired. Made by the Space Amish, it can reliably heat up a room to a habitable temperature. Requires a charged energy cell, and their settings can be modified using a screwdriver to open the maintenance panel.
Portable Pump
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Locker Room, Atmospherics, Hallway outside the Atmospherics Filling a room with air, sucking the air out of a room. Set the pump direction to out, set the release pressure to maximum, anger everyone because of the air flow. Be sure to connect it to the blue-designated ports outside Atmospherics to fill it up with some delicious air-mix beforehand. Turn it on, and use it to carve the room's atmosphere to your desire.
Portable Scrubber
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Locker Room, Atmospherics, Aft Primary Hallway ports. Cleaning the air from Plasma and other unwanted gasses. Also used for emptying Plasma Tanks and Oxygen tanks. Pull it towards any form of leak that is something other than Nitrogen or Oxygen. Filter all the bad gases out of the air and be the Atmospheric Technician.
Pipe Dispenser
Atmospherics Making pipes, pumps, filters, vents and about every atmospheric-type pipe you can think about. Secure it to the ground using a wrench, and have it throw-out some pipes. The pipe dispenser can put out several types of pipes and devices used in even the simplest and also most advanced pipe-networks there are on this station. Make everything and anything you can imagine with this thing, the pile of pipes you will inevitably create can simply be slotted right back into the dispenser, even when not secured down yet.



See General Items.


Console Description
Station Alert Computer
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Alerts people of atmospheric, power and fire alarms.
Atmospheric Alert Computer
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Alerts people of atmospheric alarms on the station, and their severity.
Power Monitoring Computer
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Keeps track of all the station grid's power-levels. There is a variant of this found in the Engine Room used to monitor only the Engine's output power.
Tank Monitor
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Monitors tank pressure in the Atmospherics gas storage tanks.
Distribution and Waste Monitor
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Practically never used, this is intended to keep an eye on the waste and distribution loops, red and solid blue respectively. Part of Atmospherics' monitoring systems.

Solar Panels

Machine Description
Solar Panel
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When pointed correctly towards the sun, this generates a small amount of power. Used on the Solar Arrays.
Solar Control Computer
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Allows you to change the settings of the solar panels. May be switched to manual, automatic or timed direction-keeping.
Solar Tracker
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Tracks the direction of the sun and is mostly used in co-operation with the control console to keep the solar panels aligned.

Particle Accelerator

The Particle Accelerator, also known as the P.A. is used in the Singularity Engine or Tesla Engine and is one of the most vital parts for it's operation.

Machine Description
Particle Accelerator Control Computer
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This console, when fully constructed and connected, allows you to control the Particle Accelerator's output power-level. In idle use typically set to level 0, but still turned on.
Alpha Particle Generation Array
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Part of the Particle Accelerator.
EM Acceleration Chamber
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Part of the Particle Accelerator.
Particle Focusing EM Lens
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Part of the Particle Accelerator.
EM Containment Grids
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Part of the Particle Accelerator.
Radiation Collector Array
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Collects radiation in order to be turned into power. Only used with the Singularity Engine as well as the Supermatter Engine

Constructions, Assemblies, & Materials

See Guide to Construction.