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PLAN HISTORY
DATE
REV. NO.
2018.06.11
ORG
DESCRIPTION
DRAWN
CHKD
APPRD
S.Y.SHIN
Y.J.KWON
S.K.PARK
APPROVED BY OWNER WITH COMMENT
S.Y.SHIN
Y.J.KWON
S.K.PARK
ISSUED FOR WORKING
S.Y.SHIN
Y.J.KWON
S.K.PARK
S.Y.SHIN
Y.J.KWON
S.K.PARK
ORIGINALLY PREPARED FOR 131010/131020/131030
SUBMITTED TO SHIPOWNER FOR APPROVAL.
2018.06.20
-
2018.08.31
0
- MODIFIED GAS DETECTION TYPE FOR VENT MAST
100
2018.11.28
MODIFIED THE LOCATION OF COOLING F.W. EXPANSION TANK FOR
G/E FROM NO.1 LOCAL GAS CABINET TO NO.2 LOCAL GAS CABINET
CONSIDERING ACTUAL SAMPLING LINE ARR'T
CAUTION
THIS DRAWING CONTAINS CONFIDENTIAL PROPRIETRAY INFORMATION.
Hull Nos.
IMO Ship Identification No.
131010
IMO 9842176
OR IN PART ARE PROHIBITED WITHOUT THE WRITTEN PERMISSION OF
131020
IMO 9842188
HYUNDAI SAMHO HEAVY INDUSTRIES CO., LTD.
131030
IMO 9842190
DEP'T
SHIP NO.
TEL.
SAMHO SHIP DESIGN OFFICE
3417
( 138 SHEETS WITH COVER)
SHIP TYPE
131010/131020/131030
B026
HENCE, THE REPRODUCTION, TRANSFER AND/OR UTILIZATION IN WHOLE
114,000 DWT CLASS CRUDE OIL CARRIER
SHIP NAME
HULL OUTFITTING DESIGN DEP'T
TITLE
APPROVED BY
S. K. PARK
GAS DETECTION SYSTEM /
GAS DETECTION SYSTEM
FOR LNG DUAL FUEL
Y. J. KWON
CHECKED BY
S. Y. SHIN
DRAWN BY
SCALE
DWG NO.
/
Hyundai Samho Heavy Industries Co., Ltd.
Samho Shipyard, Korea
SS41 설공 018 A4 모 (990427)G
DATE
2018.06.11
6T-7431-001 / 6T-8000-002 -100
CONSOLIDATED NO.
Gas Detection System
GS5000
Gas Sampling System
SW2020
Approval Drawing
HYUNDAI SAMHO HEAVY INDUSTRIES
Hull no. 131010 / IMO no. 9842176
Hull no. 131020 / IMO no. 9842188
Hull no. 131030 / IMO no. 9842190
CMAB Ref: SG40160/61/62
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Documentation
Issued by
Revsion1
Revsion2
(2018.06.06)
(2018.08.20)
(2018.09.07)
HSHI REF. No. :
S9001 (131010)
S9002 (131020)
S9003 (131030)
SALWICO REF. No. : SG-40160/61/62
Comments to the approval drawings and scope of
supply must be given minimum 10 weeks prior to
contracted delivery date.
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LIST OF DRAWINGS
Project: HSHI 131010/20/30
SG 40160/61/62
Gas Alarm System Salwico GDS & Gas sampling system SW2020
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1-2
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29-30
31-34
35-37
38-39
40-43
44-78
79-86
Document no/Art.
No.
Rev Date
Description
Front-page
Index list
40160-MP-List
2 180907 Location of detection points, list including name of
location
40160.GDS.01.01
2 180907 GS5000, SW2020 System Block diagram
SALWICO GS5000 GAS DETECTION SYSTEM
40160.GDS.SCOPE
2 180907 Scope of supply list,
40160.GDS.02.01
0 180606 Dimension drawings
40160.GDS.03.01
1 180820 Connection drawings
40160.GDS.02.02
2 180907 No.1 Local gas detection cabinet
dimension drawings
40160.GDS.03.02
2 180907 No.1 Local gas detection cabinet
connection drawings
40160.GDS.04.02
2 180907 No.1 Local gas detection cabinet
pneumatic drawings
40160.GDS.02.03
2 180907 No.2 Local gas detection cabinet
dimension drawings
40160.GDS.03.03
2 180907 No.2 Local gas detection cabinet
connection drawings
40160.GDS.04.03
2 180907 No.2 Local gas detection cabinet
pneumatic drawings
Datasheets
Installation recommendations
SW2020 GAS SAMPLING SYSTEM
40160.GSS.SCOPE
1 180820 Scope of supply list, spare part list
87
40160.GSS.02.01
1
180820 Dimension drawings
88-93
1 180820 Connection drawings
94-98 40160.GSS.03.01
1 180820 Pneumatic drawings
99-102 40160.GSS.04.01
Datasheets
103-115
General information & installation
116-137
Sign BSB
Date: 07th Sep, 2018
The above drawings have been approved for
release:
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SALWICO FIXED GAS DETECTION SYSTEM
Location of detectors
HSHI 131010/20/30
2018.09.07
MACHINERY TRIP
Type of detector: TRUE IR SALWICO GD 10 Methane (CH4) 0-100% LEL
Loop,
address
11.1
11.2
11.3
11.4
12.1
12.2
12.3
12.4
13.1
13.2
13.3
13.4
14.1
14.2
14.3
14.4
15.1
15.2
15.3
15.4
16.1
16.2
16.3
16.4
17.1
17.2
17.3
17.4
Location Name
M/E TOP
M/E GVU ENCLOSURE INSIDE
M/E GAS PIPE VENT. DUCT INLET
M/E GVU ENCLOSURE EXHAUST
NO.1 G/E GVU ENCLOSURE INSIDE
NO.2 G/E GVU ENCLOSURE INSIDE
NO.3 G/E GVU ENCLOSURE INSIDE
NO.1 G/E GVU ENCLOSURE EXHAUST
NO.2 G/E GVU ENCLOSURE EXHAUST
NO.3 G/E GVU ENCLOSURE EXHAUST
NO.1 G/E GAS PIPE VENT. DUCT INLET
NO.2 G/E GAS PIPE VENT. DUCT INLET
NO.3 G/E GAS PIPE VENT. DUCT INLET
NO.1 G/E GAS PIPE VENT. DUCT OUTLET
NO.2 G/E GAS PIPE VENT. DUCT OUTLET
NO.3 G/E GAS PIPE VENT. DUCT OUTLET
NO.1 G/E ABOVE
NO.2 G/E ABOVE
NO.3 G/E ABOVE
NO.1 AUX. BOILER GAS PIPE VENT. DUCT INLET
NO.2 AUX. BOILER GAS PIPE VENT. DUCT INLET
NO.1 AUX. BOILER GVU ENCLOSURE EXHAUST
NO.2 AUX. BOILER GVU ENCLOSURE EXHAUST
NO.1 AUX. BOILER GAS PIPE BURNER SIDE
NO.2 AUX. BOILER GAS PIPE BURNER SIDE
FGSS ROOM-1
FGSS ROOM-2
M/E SIDE ANNULAR SPACE
Warning
Alarm
20% LEL
20% LEL
30% LEL
20% LEL
20% LEL
20% LEL
20% LEL
20% LEL
20% LEL
20% LEL
30% LEL
30% LEL
30% LEL
30% LEL
30% LEL
30% LEL
20% LEL
20% LEL
20% LEL
30% LEL
30% LEL
20% LEL
20% LEL
30% LEL
30% LEL
20% LEL
20% LEL
20% LEL
High
Alarm(Trip)
40% LEL
40% LEL
60% LEL
40% LEL
40% LEL
40% LEL
40% LEL
40% LEL
40% LEL
40% LEL
60% LEL
60% LEL
60% LEL
60% LEL
60% LEL
60% LEL
40% LEL
40% LEL
40% LEL
60% LEL
60% LEL
40% LEL
40% LEL
60% LEL
60% LEL
40% LEL
40% LEL
40% LEL
Remark
Standard Duct
Standard Duct
Standard Duct
Standard Duct
Standard Duct
Standard Duct
Standard Duct
Standard Duct
Standard Duct
Standard Duct
Standard Duct
Standard Duct
Standard Duct
Standard Duct
Standard Duct
Standard Duct
Standard Duct
Standard Duct
Location
ON 3RD DK
ON 3RD DK
ON UPP DK
ON 2ND DK
ON 3RD DK
ON 3RD DK
ON 3RD DK
ON 2ND DK
ON 2ND DK
ON 2ND DK
ON UPP DK
ON UPP DK
ON UPP DK
ON 3RD DK
ON 3RD DK
ON 3RD DK
ON 3RD DK
ON 3RD DK
ON 3RD DK
ON UPP DK
ON UPP DK
E/CASING
E/CASING
E/CASING
E/CASING
FGSS RM
FGSS RM
ON 3RD DK
MACHINERY TRIP
4-20mA SIGNAL FROM YARD
*GAS DETECTOR & SIGNAL WILL PROVIDE BY M/E. AUX.BOILER.FGSS MAKER
Loop,
address
19.3
19.4
25.2
25.3
Location Name
M/E PISTON UNDERSIDE*
NO.1 AUX. BOILER GVU ENCLOSURE INSIDE*
NO.2 AUX. BOILER GVU ENCLOSURE INSIDE*
GLYCOL WATER TANK*
Warning
Alarm
20% LEL
20% LEL
20% LEL
30% LEL
High
Alarm(Trip)
40% LEL
40% LEL
40% LEL
60% LEL
Remark
Location
M/E INSIDE
E/CASING
E/CASING
FGSS RM
OTHER AREA
Type of detector: Type of detector: TRUE IR SALWICO GD 10 Methane 0-100% LEL
Loop,
address
18.1
18.2
18.3
18.4
27.3
27.4
Location Name
NO.1 ENGINE ROOM VENT. FAN
NO.2 ENGINE ROOM VENT. FAN
NO.3 ENGINE ROOM VENT. FAN
NO.4 ENGINE ROOM VENT. FAN
NO.1 AUX. BOILER FEED FAN INLET
NO.2 AUX. BOILER FEED FAN INLET
Warning
Alarm
20% LEL
20% LEL
20% LEL
20% LEL
20% LEL
20% LEL
High
Alarm
40% LEL
40% LEL
40% LEL
40% LEL
40% LEL
40% LEL
Remark
Standard Duct
Standard Duct
Standard Duct
Standard Duct
Location
E/CASING
E/CASING
E/CASING
E/CASING
2ND DK
2ND DK
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ACCOMMODATION & E/CASING
Type of detector: TRUE IR SALWICO GD 10 Methane (CH4) 0-100% LEL &
Salwico GD EC O2 detector 0~25% VOL
Loop,
address
20.1
20.2
20.3
20.4
25.4
26.1
27.1
27.2
Location Name
FRESH AIR INTAKE OF AIR CONDITIONER
FRESH AIR INTAKE (MECH.SUPPLY) OF GALLEY
FRESH AIR INTAKE OF FAN COIL UNIT COOLER IN
GALLEY
FAN ROOM(P) IN E/CASING
FAN ROOM(S) IN E/CASING
FRESH AIR INTAKE(NAT.SUPPLY) OF GALLEY
NEAR I.G FAN
NEAR SCRUBBER
Warning
Alarm
10% LEL
10% LEL
High
Remark
Alarm
30% LEL Standard Duct
30% LEL Standard Duct
ACCOM. A DK
ACCOM. A DK
10% LEL
30% LEL Standard Duct
ACCOM. UPP
10% LEL
10% LEL
10% LEL
19% VOL
19% VOL
30% LEL
30% LEL
30% LEL Standard Duct
17% VOL O2
17% VOL O2
E/CASING
E/CASING
ACCOM. A DK
E/CASING
E/CASING
Location
PUMP ROOM
Type of detector: TRUE IR SALWICO GD 10 Propane (C3H8) 0-100% LEL &
Salwico GD EC O2 detector 0~25% VOL & Salwico GD EC H2S detector 0-50PPM
Loop,
address
21.1
21.2
21.3
21.4
22.1
22.2
22.3
22.4
23.1
23.2
23.3
23.4
Location Name
BELOW P/R FLOOR
ABOVE P/R FLOOR
P/R IN VENTILATION DUCT- (P)
P/R IN VENTILATION DUCT- (S)
BELOW P/R FLOOR
ABOVE P/R FLOOR
P/R IN VENTILATION DUCT- (P)
P/R IN VENTILATION DUCT- (S)
BELOW P/R FLOOR
ABOVE P/R FLOOR
P/R IN VENTILATION DUCT- (P)
P/R IN VENTILATION DUCT- (S)
Warning
Alarm
10% LEL
10% LEL
10% LEL
10% LEL
10 ppm
10 ppm
10 ppm
10 ppm
19% VOL
19% VOL
19% VOL
19% VOL
High
Alarm
30% LEL
30% LEL
30% LEL
30% LEL
15 ppm
15 ppm
15 ppm
15 ppm
17% VOL
17% VOL
17% VOL
17% VOL
Remark
C3H8
C3H8
C3H8(Standrad Duct)
C3H8(Standrad Duct)
H2S
H2S
H2S(Duct 5K-100A)
H2S(Duct 5K-100A)
O2
O2
O2(Duct 5K-100A)
O2(Duct 5K-100A)
Location
P/R
P/R
P/R
P/R
P/R
P/R
P/R
P/R
P/R
P/R
P/R
P/R
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NO.1 LOCAL GAS CABINET - CRANKCASE / EXPANSION TANK
Type of detector: Optima Plus IR Band B Methane detector (CH4) 0-100% LEL &
SALWICO GD NDIR Methane (CH4) 0-100% LEL
Loop,
address
Location Name
Warning
Alarm
High
Alarm
24.1
NO.1 LOCAL SAMPLING CABINET
INTERNAL GAS LEAKAGE
15% LEL
30% LEL
24.2
NO.1 CRANKASE VENT PIPE
95% LEL
99% LEL
24.3
NO.2 CRANKASE VENT PIPE
95% LEL
99% LEL
24.4
NO.3 CRANKASE VENT PIPE
95% LEL
99% LEL
Remark
Location
NDIR mounted in
pump&detector cabinet.
*If the system detects
more than 30% LEL
Inside cabinet the
system automatical
shuts down.
Sampling type, Band-B
mounted in
E/CASING
pump&detector cabinet.
Sampling type, Band-B
mounted in
E/CASING
pump&detector cabinet.
Sampling type, Band-B
mounted in
E/CASING
pump&detector cabinet.
NO.2 LOCAL GAS CABINET - EXPANSION TANK / IG LINE
Type of detector: SALWICO GD NDIR Methane (CH4) 0-100% LEL & GD-10 Methane detector (CH4) 0-100% LEL
Loop,
address
Location Name
Warning
Alarm
High
Alarm
26.2
NO.2 LOCAL SAMPLING CABINET
INTERNAL GAS LEAKAGE
15% LEL
30% LEL
26.3
COOLING F.W. EXPANSION TANK FOR M/E
30% LEL
60% LEL
26.4
INERT GAS LINE IN E/R
20% LEL
40% LEL
25.1
COOLING F.W. EXPANSION TANK FOR G/E
30% LEL
60% LEL
Remark
Location
NDIR mounted in
pump&detector cabinet.
*If the system detects
more than 30% LEL
Inside cabinet the
system automatical
shuts down.
Sampling type, GD-10
mounted in
E/CASING
pump&detector cabinet.
Sampling type, GD-10
mounted in
E/CASING
pump&detector cabinet.
Sampling type, GD-10
mounted in
E/CASING
pump&detector cabinet.
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SW2020 GAS SAMPLING SYSTEM
Infrared type gas detection system
Type of detectors: Salwico GD10 for Propan 0-100% LEL &
Salwico GD10 for Methane 0-100% LEL
2018.08.20
HSHI 131010/20/30
NO.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
Location Name
Sample
Tube
Length(m) time (s)
NO.1 W.B.TK (P) HIGH
NO.1 W.B.TK (P) LOW
NO.1 W.B.TK (S) HIGH
NO.1 W.B.TK (S) LOW
NO.2 W.B.TK (P) HIGH
NO.2 W.B.TK (P) LOW
NO.2 W.B.TK (S) HIGH
NO.2 W.B.TK (S) LOW
NO.3 W.B.TK (P) HIGH
NO.3 W.B.TK (P) LOW
NO.3 W.B.TK (S) HIGH
NO.3 W.B.TK (S) LOW
NO.4 W.B.TK (P) HIGH
NO.4 W.B.TK (P) LOW
NO.4 W.B.TK (S) HIGH
NO.4 W.B.TK (S) LOW
NO.5 W.B.TK (P) HIGH
NO.5 W.B.TK (P) LOW
NO.5 W.B.TK (S) HIGH
NO.5 W.B.TK (S) LOW
NO.6 W.B.TK (P) HIGH
NO.6 W.B.TK (P) LOW
NO.6 W.B.TK (S) HIGH
NO.6 W.B.TK (S) LOW
F.P. TK HIGH
F.P. TK LOW
VOID SPACE (FWD)
P/R DOUBLE BOTTOM VOID SPACE
VENT MASTER
INSIDE GAS SAMPLING CABINET
TOTAL SAMPLING TIME USING 2 PUMP (seconds)
Warning
Alarm
15% LEL
15% LEL
15% LEL
15% LEL
15% LEL
15% LEL
15% LEL
15% LEL
15% LEL
15% LEL
15% LEL
15% LEL
15% LEL
15% LEL
15% LEL
15% LEL
15% LEL
15% LEL
15% LEL
15% LEL
15% LEL
15% LEL
15% LEL
15% LEL
15% LEL
15% LEL
15% LEL
15% LEL
20% LEL
5% LEL
High
Alarm
30% LEL
30% LEL
30% LEL
30% LEL
30% LEL
30% LEL
30% LEL
30% LEL
30% LEL
30% LEL
30% LEL
30% LEL
30% LEL
30% LEL
30% LEL
30% LEL
30% LEL
30% LEL
30% LEL
30% LEL
30% LEL
30% LEL
30% LEL
30% LEL
30% LEL
30% LEL
30% LEL
30% LEL
40%LEL
10% LEL
Remark
IF THE SYSTEM
DETECTS MORE
THAN 10% LEL
INSIDE CABINET
THE SYSTEM
AUTOMATICAL
SHUTS DOWN.
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SCOPE OF SUPPLY LIST
Product
Salwico Gas Detection system GS5000
Our Ref. No.
SG-40160/61/62
Shipyard
Hyundai Samho Heavy Industries.
REP. OF KOREA
NB
HSHI 131010/20/30
Q´ty
DESCRIPTION
SG40160/61/62_GDS
Cabinet GDS W600XH1000XD400(RAL 7032)
- Control M Gas internal
- Bus Con M Gas
- 17, Analogue M 4-20
- 1, Control M, for redundant CPU and for Serial communication
- 4, Surge prot M.
- 3, Relay M 83
- PSU AC/DC 20A
1
5103001-20A + 12223x2 + 12233x2
Control M Gas External with cable gland M25
FOR P/R SPACE
2
004254-P + 5201063-00A
SALWICO GD-10 C3H8, True Infra red gas detector, Propane gas(C3H8) 0-100% LEL
Ex II 2 GD Ex d IIC Gb T6 Cable gland M20
2
004254-P + 5201063-00A + 004241
SALWICO GD-10 C3H8, True Infra red gas detector, Propane gas(C3H8) 0-100% LEL
Ex II 2 GD Ex d IIC Gb T6 Cable gland M20 with Standard Duct Kit for GD-10
2
5200262-01A + 5201063-00A
SALWICO GD EC H2S, Electrochemical gas detector, Hydrogen Sulphide (H2S), 0-30ppm
Ex II 2 GD Ex d IIC Gb T6 Cable gland M20
2
5831026-01A + 5201063-00A
SALWICO GD EC H2S, Electrochemical gas detector, Hydrogen Sulphide (H2S), 0-30ppm
Ex II 2 GD Ex d IIC Gb T6 Cable gland M20 with Duct Kit JIS 5K-100A
2
5200261-01A + 5201063-00A
SALWICO GD EC O2, Electrochemical gas detector, Oxygen (O2), 0-25% VOL
Ex II 2 GD Ex d IIC Gb T6 Cable gland M20
2
5201106-10A + 5201063-00A
SALWICO GD EC O2, Electrochemical gas detector, Oxygen (O2), 0-25% VOL
Ex II 2 GD Ex d IIC Gb T6 Cable gland M20 with Duct Kit JIS 5K-100A
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FOR ACCOMMODATION & E/CASING
2
004254-ME + 5201063-00A
SALWICO GD-10 CH4, True Infra red gas detector, Methane gas(CH4) 0-100% LEL
Ex II 2 GD Ex d IIC Gb T6 Cable gland M20
4
004254-ME + 5201063-00A + 004241
SALWICO GD-10 CH4, True Infra red gas detector, Methane gas(CH4) 0-100% LEL
Ex II 2 GD Ex d IIC Gb T6 Cable gland M20 with Standard duct kit or GD10.
2
5200261-01A + 5201063-00A
SALWICO GD EC O2, Electrochemical gas detector, Oxygen (O2), 0-25% VOL
Ex II 2 GD Ex d IIC Gb T6 Cable gland M20
FOR MACHINERY TRIP
10
004254-ME + 5201063-00A
SALWICO GD-10 CH4, True Infra red gas detector, Methane gas(CH4) 0-100% LEL
Ex II 2 GD Ex d IIC Gb T6 Cable gland M20
18
004254-ME + 5201063-00A + 004241
SALWICO GD-10 CH4, True Infra red gas detector, Methane gas(CH4) 0-100% LEL
Ex II 2 GD Ex d IIC Gb T6 Cable gland M20 with Standard duct kit or GD10.
FOR OTHER AREAS
4
004254-ME + 5201063-00A + 004241
SALWICO GD-10 CH4, True Infra red gas detector, Methane gas(CH4) 0-100% LEL
Ex II 2 GD Ex d IIC Gb T6 Cable gland M20 with Standard duct kit or GD10.
2
004254-ME + 5201063-00A
SALWICO GD-10 CH4, True Infra red gas detector, Methane gas(CH4) 0-100% LEL
Ex II 2 GD Ex d IIC Gb T6 Cable gland M20
ACCESSORY
1
5100833-00A
Siren/flash IP65 Deep base, MED
1
712
SOUNDER WITH BEACON LIGHT (TYPE A)- SL16
AMBER / AC220V(120Ma)
Rev.2
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1
3
3
3
6
6
Local gas sampling cabinet for Engine Crankcase vent. pipe NO. 1-3
SAL-GDCAB-3
Gas and detector cabinet, consisting of:
- 3 pcs Optima Plus IR Band B detectors
- 3 pcs 2litre pumps
- 3 sampling lines & 3 exhaust gas out lines
- 1 pc internal gas detector XCD for internal gas leakage
- 3 pcs flow switches
Moisture separator for Local gas sampling cabinet : 3 S.P
5201078-00A, F05G-2AN-MM1 Particle filter
5201079-00A, F05C-2AN-DM0 Coalescing filter
4233, Ball valve, 1/4”-1/4”, stainless steel
4234, Nipple 1/4”, SUS316
4259, Coupling, 1/4” – 8mm pipe, SUS316
NO.2 Local Gas cabinet
1
3
3
3
6
6
Local gas sampling cabinet for Cooling F.W. Expansion for tank M/E &
INERT GAS LINE IN E/R & Cooling F.W. Expansion tank for M/E
SAL-GDCAB-3
Gas and detector cabinet, consisting of:
- 3pcs GD-10 Detector
- 3pcs 2litre pumps
- 3 sampling lines & 3 exhaust gas out lines
- 1pc internal gas detector XCD for internal gas leakage
- 3pcs flow switches
Moisture separator for Local gas sampling cabinet : 3S.P
5201078-00A, F05G-2AN-MM1 Particle filter
5201079-00A, F05C-2AN-DM0 Coalescing filter
4233, Ball valve, 1/4”-1/4”, stainless steel
4234, Nipple 1/4”, SUS316
4259, Coupling, 1/4” – 8mm pipe, SUS316
Rev.2
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CALIBRATION PARTS
5201013-02A
Consists of flow houses, hoses and a regulator for calibration gas bottles (flow 0,5l/min)
1
5201010-00A
Propane/H2S Calibration Gas bottle
C3H8 50%LEL(1.1%) + H2S 20ppm + Nitrogen
3
5201001-30A
Methane Calibration Gas bottle
CH4 70% LEL (2,5%) 112 LTR at 70 bar
1
1
1
3
BSB/WYL
SPARE PARTS FOR GS5000
5100241-00A
Box for Spare parts (steel) 350x200x200
5200261-11A
SALWICO GD EC O2 Spare Electrochemical gas sensor
5200262-12A
SALWICO GD EC H2S Spare Electrochemical gas sensor
SPARE PARTS FOR GDCAB
7337
Repair kit for above pump, membrane kit
3
4229
Sintered inserts for online filters
3
5100753-00A
Insert filter for stainless oil removal filter 5201079-00A
3
5100754-00A
Insert filter for stainless oil removal filter 5201078-00A
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Statement
Subject: Gas Detection Cabinet
“GDCAB”
To whom it may concern
GDCAB temperature rating:
The temperature rating for our gas detection cabinet is the following:
Ambient temperature: 15 to 40 °C
Media (sample) temperature: 15 to 60 °C
Salwico GD True IR “Band B” (P/N 5200204-03A):
It has been shown for some applications (e.g. crank case vent) that the gas detectors in our gas
detection cabinet provide biased %LEL values due to the remaining oil mist not totally filtered
by the coalescing/oil filter. As a consequence false alarms might arise and cause unnecessary
engine trips. Consilium is now investigating an alternative for solving this problem consisting in
the replacement of our standard Salwico GD True IR (P/N 5200204-01A) with a Salwico GD True
IR “Band B” (P/N 5200204-03A). Each gas detector gives a good response to a wide range of
Hydrocarbon Gases and Vapours. In order for the detector to give a linear output with a
particular gas or vapour the sensor must first be configured with the corresponding software
linearisation table. Each linearisation table is originally created by exposure of a sensor to a
range of the vapour concentrations. The Band B detector includes therefore a linearisation
table corresponding to a more appropriate gas range than a standard Salwico GD True IR for
the applications mentioned above. It is the reason why these gas detectors need a correction
factor “cross-sensitivity” when calibrated with Methane gas. While more information will be
provided when this solution is proven valid, here comes an extract of a linearization table for a
Band B detector:
Relative Cross-sensitivities for Gases & Vapours Currently Available for Salwico GD True IR “Band B”
Gas concentration
20%LEL
50%LEL
Methane
0,7
0,6
Ethane
1,
1,7
Propane
1,8
1,5
Butane
1,5
1,4
Ethene
0,3
0,3
Propene
0,6
0,7
As an example, the Band B detector is expected to provide 50%LEL*0,6 = 30%LEL when
exposed to 50%LEL Methane. Hence the factor applied when calibrating the detector with
Methane.
Best Regards,
Gaël Seené
Product specialist Gas/EMS
Consilium Marine & Safety AB
Fire & Gas Marine Division
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F05G
General purpose
Miniature stainless steel filters
1/4” PTF
Part no. 5201078-00A
316 Stainless Steel Construction for
use in corrosive environments
General purpose filters protect devices by
removing liquid and solid contaminants
Screw on bowl reduces maintenance time
Can be disassembled without the use of
tools or removal from air line
Metallic parts meet NACE standard MR-01-75*
* National Association of Corrosion Engineers (NACE) MR-01-75) defines requirements for
sulphide stress cracking resistant materials used in well-head and other corrosive environments.
Technical features
Medium:
Compressed air or neutral gases
Other media on request
Operating pressure:
20 bar max
Element:
5 or 40 μm
Typical flow:
see below
Nominal bowl size
31ml
Drain connection:
Manual:No Tube Connection
Auto: will fit 1/8”-27 and 1/8”-28
pipe threads
Fluid/Ambient temperature:
-25 ... +79°C
Air supply must be dry enough
to avoid ice formation at
temperatures below +2°C.
Materials
Body, bowl: 316 Stainless Steel
Element: Sintered Polypropylene
Elastomers: Fluorocarbon
Manual drain: Acetal or
316 Stainless Steel
Automatic drain:
316 Stainless Steel
Technical data, standard models
Symbol
Port size Operating pressure max Flow *
(bar)
(dm3/s)
Element
(μm)
Drain
type material
Element kit
(μm)
Weight
(kg)
Model
1/4 PTF
20
6
40
Manual (stainless steel)
3653-28 *1)
0,96
F05G-2AN-DM3
1/4 PTF
20
6
40
Manual (Acetal)
3653-28 *1)
0,96
F05G-2AN-MM3
1/4 PTF
20
6
40
Automatic (stainless steel)
3653-28 *1)
0,96
F05G-2AN-AM3
* Typical flow with 10 bar inlet pressure and 0,35 bar pressure drop
*1) 5 μm element kit: 3653-27
F05G-2AN-˙M˙
Option selector
Drain
Element
Substitute
Substitute
Automatic (stainless steel)
A
5 μm
1
Manual (Acetal)
M
40 μm
3
Manual (stainless steel)
D
Typical performance characteristics
Element: 40 μm
bar
Inlet pressure (bar)
1 1,6
0,6
2,5
4,0
6,3
8
10
Pressure drop
0,4
0,2
0
0
4
8
12
Flow
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16
20
dm3/s
Our policy is one of continued research and development. We therefore reserve the right to amend,
without notice, the specifications given in this document.
N/en 8.520.100.01
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F05G
Dimensions
Manual drain
Stainless steel
ø 33,5
9,5
106
135 #
137 #
108
9,5
112
140 #
Automatic drain
Stainless steel
9,5
Manual drain
Acetal
ø 33,5
ø 33,5
ø 37,5
ø 37,5
ø 37,5
# Minimum clear distance required
to remove bowl.
Warning
These products are intended for use in industrial compressed air
systems only. Do not use these products where pressures and
temperatures can exceed those listed under »Technical features«.
Before using these products with fluids other than those specified,
for non-industrial applications, life-support systems, or other applications not within published specifications, consult NORGREN.
Through misuse, age, or malfunction, components used in
fluid power systems can fail in various modes.
N/en 8.520.100.02
The system designer is warned to consider the failure modes
of all component parts used in pneumatic systems and to provide
adequate safeguards to prevent personal injury or damage to
equipment in the event of such failure.
System designers must provide a warning to end users in
the system instructional manual if protection against
a failure mode cannot be adequately provided.
System designers and end users are cautioned to review specific
warnings found in instruction sheets packed and shipped with
these products.
Our policy is one of continued research and development. We therefore reserve the right to amend,
without notice, the specifications given in this document.
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F05C
Oil Removal (coalescing)
Miniature stainless steel filters
1/4” PTF
Part no. 5201079-00A
316 Stainless Steel Construction for
use in corrosive environments
Coalescing filters remove oil and particles
down to 0,01 μm
Screw on bowl reduces maintenance time
Can be disassembled without the use of
tools or removal from air line
Metallic parts meet NACE standard MR-01-75*
* National Association of Corrosion Engineers (NACE) MR-01-75) defines requirements for
sulphide stress cracking resistant materials used in well-head and other corrosive environments.
Technical features
Maximum remaining oil content
of air leaving the filter:
0.01ppm at 21˚C with an inlet
oil concentration of 17 ppm.
Element:
Down to 0,01μm
Typical flow:
see below
Nominal bowl size:
31ml
Medium:
Compressed air or neutral gases
Other media on request
Operating pressure:
20 bar max
Air quality:
Within ISO 8573-1, Class 1
particulates and oil content
Materials:
Body, bowl: 316 Stainless Steel
Element: Synthetic Fiber
Polyurethane Foam
Elastomers: Fluorocarbon
Manual drain: Acetal or
316 Stainless Steel
Drain connection:
No tube connection
Fluid/Ambient temperature:
-25 ... +79°C
Air supply must be dry enough
to avoid ice formation at
temperatures below +2°C.
Technical data, standard models
Symbol
Weight
kg
Element kit
Coalescing
Model
Port size Operating pressure max Dry flow *
(bar)
(dm3/s )
Saturated flow
(dm3/s)
Element
Drain
type (material)
1/4 PTF
20
2,7
3,0
Coalescing
Manual (stainless steel)
4140-14
0,96
F05C-2AN-DM0
1/4 PTF
20
2,7
3,0
Coalescing
Manual (Acetal)
4140-14
0,96
F05C-2AN-MM0
* Typical flow with 6,3 bar inlet pressure and 0,35 bar pressure drop
Typical performance characteristics
Element: saturated
Element: dry
bar
Inlet pressure (bar)
0,6
0,6
2,5
4,0
6,3
8
10
1,6
12
Pressure drop
Pressure drop
1,6
0,4
0,2
2,5
4,0
6,3
8
10
12
0,4
0,2
1
0
0
0
1
2
3
Flow
1
Inlet pressure (bar)
bar
4
5
dm3/s
0
2
4
6
8
10
dm3/s
Flow
Maximum flow to maintain stated oil removal performance
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Our policy is one of continued research and development. We therefore reserve the right to amend,
without notice, the specifications given in this document.
N/en 8.520.105.01
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F05C
Dimensions
Manual drain
S0tainless steel
108
137 #
142 #
112
9,5
9,5
Manual drain
Acetal
ø 33,5
ø 33,5
ø 37,5
ø 37,5
# Minimum clear distance required
to remove bowl.
Warning
These products are intended for use in industrial compressed air
systems only. Do not use these products where pressures and
temperatures can exceed those listed under »Technical features«.
Before using these products with fluids other than those specified,
for non-industrial applications, life-support systems, or other applications not within published specifications, consult NORGREN.
Through misuse, age, or malfunction, components used in
fluid power systems can fail in various modes.
N/en 8.520.105.02
The system designer is warned to consider the failure modes
of all component parts used in pneumatic systems and to provide
adequate safeguards to prevent personal injury or damage to
equipment in the event of such failure.
System designers must provide a warning to end users in
the system instructional manual if protection against
a failure mode cannot be adequately provided.
System designers and end users are cautioned to review specific
warnings found in instruction sheets packed and shipped with
these products.
Our policy is one of continued research and development. We therefore reserve the right to amend,
without notice, the specifications given in this document.
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Gas Detectors Installation Recommendations
1.1 General comments when installing gas detectors
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This chapter provides important information for installing gas detection equipment.
We strongly recommend protecting the gas detector sensor cell when doing painting
work to avoid the high amount of silicones that exists in paint. In order to protect the
sensor cell Consilium has installed a protection cover that is mounted on the detector
cell from delivery. Keep the covers mounted as long as possible, recommendable is to
keep them on until first sea-trial. It’s also a benefit to keep the gas detectors without
power. When the gas detector is not energized it’s less affected by paint.
x
To help maintain the correct IP class, plug any unused cable glands entries.
x
Keep the detectors protection caps on as long as possible. The protection caps should
be removed after commissioning is completed and the system is handed over.
1.2 Location of sensors
Considerable guidance is available from standards such as IGC Code 13.6.2 Guide for
selection, installation, use and maintenance of apparatus for the detection and measurement of
combustible gases or Oxygen. Similar international codes of practice may be used where
applicable. In addition certain regulatory bodies publish specifications giving minimum gas
detection requirements for specific applications. These references are useful, but tend to be
either very generic and therefore too general in detail, or application specific and therefore
irrelevant in most applications.
The placement of detectors should be determined following the advice of experts having
specialist knowledge of gas dispersion and equipment involved. The agreement reached on
the location of detectors should also be recorded.
There are a number of simple and quite often obvious considerations that help to determine
detector location:
x
The position shall be with due regards to the density of the gas the detector is intended
for (refer to IGC Code 13.6.2.).
x
The area in which the detector may be mounted must be in accordance with the class
rules and IGC Code 13.6.7. The number of sensors recommended depends on room
size, shape, airflow and so on.
x
The prevailing air currents around the sensing head should possess the maximum
amount of gas, to attain a maximum effect.
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x
The detector should be mounted where gas leakage is most likely to occur. All
possible leakage points like flanges, joints, pumps, etc. should be identified as such an
monitored.
x
Compare actual environmental specifications and regulations with the technical
specifications of the used detector.
x
The gas detector should be installed in an area free from shocks or vibrations.
x
Ensure the proposed site will not interfere with movement of existing equipment, e.g.
cranes, doors etc.
x
Avoid mounting the gas detector where it may be subjected to sudden transients in
ambient temperature (e.g. above heater/radiator).
x
To detect gases that are lighter than air (e.g. Methane and Ammonia), detectors should
be mounted at high level and preferably use a collecting cone.
x
To detect heavier than air gases (e.g. Butane, Sulphur Dioxide and Propane), detectors
should be mounted at a low level.
x
O2 detectors should preferably be mounted at head height
x
Consider how escaping gas may behave due to natural or forced air currents. Mount
detectors in ventilation ducts if appropriate.
x
Detectors should be positioned a little way back form high pressure parts to allow gas
clouds to form. Otherwise any leak of gas is likely to pass by in a high speed jet and
not be detected.
x
Consider ease of access for functional testing and servicing.
1.3 IR detectors
There are two main types of IR Detectors, open-path or single point. Open-path detectors are
mainly used in outdoor situations and Single point detectors in indoor situations.
Many combustible gases have absorption bands in the infrared region of the electromagnetic
spectrum of light and the principle of infrared absorption is used to detect the gas
concentration.
IR Detectors has a very fast response (typically less than 10 seconds). They can also be
designed to be unaffected by any known ‘poisons’, they are failsafe and they will operate
successfully in inert atmospheres, and under a wide range of ambient temperature, pressure
and humidity conditions. The technique operates on the principle of dual wavelength IR
absorption, whereby light passes through the sample mixture at two wavelengths, one of
which is set at the absorption peak of the gas to be detected, whilst the other is not. A detector
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compares the signal strengths of sample and reference beams and, by subtraction, can give a
measure of the gas concentration.
x
Presence of oxygen is not required during equipment life time.
x
Immunity to poisoning from H2S, silicone and other agents.
x
No saturation effects from high gas concentrations.
x
The gas flow rate has no influence on accuracy.
x
Proven high reliability and long term stability results in low test frequency and lower
calibration cost.
1.4 Catalytic detectors
Catalytic sensors consist of a very small sensing element sometimes called a "bead". It is
made of an electrically heated platinum wire coil, covered first with a ceramic base such as
Alumina and then with a final outer coating of Palladium or Rhodium catalyst dispersed in a
substrate of Thoria. This type of sensor operates on the principle that when a combustible
gas/air mixture passes over the hot catalyst surface, combustion occurs and the heat evolved
increases the temperature of the "bead". This in turn alters the resistance of the platinum coil
and can be measured by using the coil as a temperature thermometer in a standard electrical
bridge circuit. The resistance change is then directly related to the gas concentration in the
surrounding atmosphere and can be displayed on an indicating device.
The response time for catalytic sensors is typically between 20 and 30 seconds.
These detectors have the following properties:
x Sensitive to poisoning from H2S, silicone and other agents.
x
Can detect almost all hydro carbon based gases
1.5 Electrochemical detectors
There are many different designs of electrochemical detectors but the common features are described
below:
Three active gas diffusion electrodes are immersed in a common electrolyte for efficient conduction of
ions between the working and counter electrodes. Depending on the specific cell the target gas is either
oxidized or reduced at the surface of the working electrode. This reaction alters the potential of the
working electrode relative to the reference electrode. The primary function of the associated electronic
driver circuit connected to the cell is to minimize this potential difference by passing current between
the working and counter electrodes, the measured current being proportional to the target gas
concentration. Gas enters the cell through an external diffusion barrier that is porous to gas but
impermeable to liquid.
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Gas specific electrochemical sensors can be used to detect the majority of common toxic gases,
including CO, H2S, Cl2, O2, SO2 etc. Electrochemical sensors are compact, require very little power,
have excellent linearity and repeatability and generally have a long life span, typically one to three
years. Response times are typically 30-60 seconds.
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PUMP AND DETECTOR CABINET
The pump and detector cabinet should be installed not less than 3 meters above the sample point
in order to avoid air locks in the pipes. For installation and for the future service work, there must
be enough space, approx. 0.5m, at the pipe connection side, normally the left side. There are removable plates or cable glands intended for the installation of cable inlets on the underside of the
cabinet, for electrical connections. The electrical connections are made in accordance with the
project drawings supplied with system.
Sampling pipe & Exhaust Pipe
Very important!
The sample and exhaust pipe from the pump and detector cabinet is connected via a nipple at the
intended site and must be mounted with a slope towards the measuring/ exhaust point.
This extremely important for the exhaust pipe!
The below picture shows a correct installation where the pipes are installed in such a way that
problems with air locks and pressure build-up will be avoided.
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Below picture showing an installation where the pipes have been installed in the wrong way.
It is very important that the pipes are not installed in this manner; the functionality of the system
may be greatly reduced due to the height and pressure difference (pressure build-ups).
Moisture and debris will be pushed inside the pumps and detectors through the inlet and will
accumulate because it cannot exit through the exhaust.
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SAMPLING LINE FILTERS
The pump and detector cabinet is used in very demanding environments where it is not suitable
the sampling pipes.
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Suction Pipes
The sampling pipes are connected to the pre-mounted and numbered stainless steel connection
nipples on the side of the cabinet.
NB! These nipples should be tightened with a spanner, 1.25 turn only, from the hand-tightening
stop. If dismounted the nipple should be retightened to exactly the same position during remounting.
Also note that the pipes should be installed in such a way that service can be performed on an
individual sampling point without unnecessary dismounting of other pipes.
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BENDING OF SAMPLING PIPES
In order to avoid unnecessary air resistance in the sampling pipes and risk of deformation and
the formation of fractures, a minimum bending radius of approx. 150 mm is recommended.
PIPE SYSTEM
The pipe system transports the test samples from the sampling points to the pump and detector
cabinet.
When the sampling pipes are installed, care should always be taken that the pipes are installed
in such a way that the risk of air locks is avoided.
All pipe couplings with conical seals forming part of the pipe system should always be sealed
with Loctite 577. (NB! Not thread tape).
PIPE SUSPENSION
Suspension of the pipe assembly or individual pipes should be made in such a way that the
U X
U X in such a way that vibrations or other similar actions do not damage them. When installing the
pipes, care should be taken not to allow them to become deformed.
PIPE COUPLINGS
Efforts should be made to ensure that as few pipe couplings as possible are used
for each sampling pipe. This will avoid unnecessary air resistance in the pipes, caused by
turbulence due to unevenness of the joints, and also to reduce the possibility of leakage to a
minimum.
When a pipe cut is necessary, make sure that the pipe is not deformed at the cut and that the
Y % U V Y Each manufacturer’s individual recommendations on tightening should be observed when
installing those pipe couplings that must be used.
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SCOPE OF SUPPLY LIST
Product
Salwico Gas Sampling System SW2020
Our Ref. No.
SG-40160/61/62
Shipyard
Hyundai Samho Heavy Industries.
REP. OF KOREA
HSHI 131010/20/30
NB
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DESCRIPTION
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SW2020 analyzing unit in floor standing cabinet 1900x800x400, including:
- Control unit, ME400, with common alarm and fault indications as well as clear text display for
individual indication and control.
- 29 external and 1 internal measuring points.
- Transport & Measuring pump 15 l/min.
- Flame arrestors located at the left side of the cabinet.
- Vacuum, pressure guards and flow meter.
- Detector for C3H8 gases 0-100% LEL, SALWICO GD10 FH
- Detector for CH4 gases 0-100% LEL, SALWICO GD10 FH
- Power supply, AC220V,1Ph,60Hz
- Water filter
- Common failure, warning and alarm relay outputs.
- RS485 output for communication with MN400 repeater.
- Colour on cabinet RAL 7032
1
Repeater panel
- 4259610, Repeater panel MN400 in box
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29
Bulkhead penetration details:
- 4233, Ball valve 1/4” – 1/4”, SUS316
- 4234, Nipple 1/4” – 1/4”, SUS316
- 4259, Couplings for 1/4” – 8mm pipe, SUS316
- 4261, Couplings for 1/4” – 12mm pipe, SUS316
- 5100980-00A, 3-way valve for portable gas detection(8mm)
29
58
On line Filters:
- 4227, On line filters, SUS316
- 4259, Couplings for 1/4” – 8mm pipe, SUS316
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SPARE PARTS LIST
1720
Standard spare part set, two years, consisting of
- 2ea 5201059-00A, Solenoid Valves 6014-C2,0 8W
- 1ea 4227, Online filter/flame trap SUS
- 10ea 4229, Sinter for On-Line Filter
- 1.5M 4219,Hose Teflon 6/4 mm PTFE tubing
- 1ea 7360,Pump 107CCD Repsats Thomas 15L
- 10pcs 8200 FUSE 0.5A 5x20 SLOW
- 10pcs 8218, Fuse 0.1AT 5x20
- 10pcs 8219, Fuse 0.315AT 5x20
- 10pcs 8225, Fuse 4AT 5x20
206025, Spare part box(wood)
7351, Membrane for pump
1
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Calibration bottles
- 5201010-00A, Gas bottle, C3H8 LEL (1,1%),112 LTR
- 5200257-10A, Gasregulator (Flow 2.5 l/min)
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3.6 THE MINI REPEATER UNIT – MN400
Figure 3: The Mini Repeater - MN400
The Man Machine Interface
x Gas alarms are shown on the Mini Repeater.
- The previous and next alarms (if any) can be listed with the Arrow Keys.
x Unmuted faults are shown if there are no unmuted gas alarms in the system
- The previous and next faults (if any) can be listed with the Arrow Keys.
x The clock is shown when there are no alarms or faults in the system.
x The Local mute button has dual functions
– It mutes the local buzzer if there are any entries in the fault or alarm lists
– It will light the LCD-display, all LED’s and sound the buzzer for 15 seconds if
there are no entries in the Gas alarm or Fault alarm lists
x The user can access the fault list with the Alarm/Fault button if the MN400 is
presently showing the Gas Alarm List. The MN400 will return to the Alarm list after
15 seconds if no buttons are touched.
LEDs
x The ON LED – Is lit when the MN400 is running
x The ALARM LED – Is lit when there is a Gas Alarm in the system
x The FAULT LED – Is lit when there is a Fault Alarm in the system
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3.7 GUIDE LINES FOR DAILY HANDLING
Important notes:
The Pressure Air to the system must never be shut off!
The manual shut-off valves shall remain open during normal operation and when there
is water in the Water Ballast Tanks. This will keep the Counter-pressure-air flow and
avoid water entering the pipes.
Water in ballast tanks:
Before ballasting, the corresponding Sampling-points (SP) must be disconnected from
the sampling sequence at the SW2020 Control Unit. This will avoid water being sucked
into the pipes and damaging the system.
Follow the instructions:
- Press ”List-Sampling points”
- Press Arrow-keys to find a single SP or a whole group of SPs for action
- Press ”Disconnect”
- Press ”Disconnect” again to confirm
Continue until all SPs corresponding to ballast tanks are disconnected.
All disconnected points are listed in the disconnections list.
- Press ”List Disconnections” to see the disconnected SPs.
When the ballast tanks are empty, the SPs shall be reconnected.
- Press ”Reconnect” in the “List Disconnections” or in the ”List Sampling Points”.
The user will be asked if he wants to automatically purge all SPs in a group or a single
SP. We recommend choosing - “Yes”.
Note! If you have a ”Flow-fault” on a SP, this might, besides the indication of a clogged
pipe or on-line-filter, also indicate water in the tank.
Disconnect the SP immediately and find the cause.
Alarm levels:
See this manual chapter 3 Gas alarm.
There are two alarm levels in the SW2020; Low “LO” and High “HI”.
The default settings for the most common gases are:
- Propane: 5% L.E.L., for Low alarm and 10% L.E.L., for High alarm.
- Oxygen: 19% for Low alarm and 17% for High alarm.
- Hydrogen Sulphide: 5ppm for Low alarm and 10 ppm for High alarm.
For other gases the alarm levels should be set according to requirements in rules.
Fault Alarms:
See this manual chapter 3 Fault alarm.
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Spare part box
Salwico
Part no. 206025
System: All Salwico fire alarm system
Description
Data
Box intended for fire alarm spare parts.
Volume
Dimensions LxWxH
Ingress protection
Material
Weight
26.6 litres
380x280x250 mm
IP30
Plywood with steel edges
~3 kg
The lid is locked by four steel flaps.
Specifications may be subject to change for improvement without prior notice
ÇConsilium
Consilium Marine AB
P.O. Box 8763, SE-402 76 Göteborg, Sweden
Phone +46 31 710 77 00 Fax +46 31 710 78 00
www.consilium.se
Data sheet no: N206025.02.1.E
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3.1 GENERAL PRINCIPLES
The Control Unit of the SW2020 Gas Sampling System is divided into two separate
parts.
The left-hand side consists of only three keys: ALARM MUTE, ALARM RESET and
ALARM IN QUEUE. The ALARM IN QUEUE key is used to find a gas alarm in the
gas alarm list and the two other keys to either mute or to reset an alarm (the gas
level is measured again to see if the alarm condition has disappeared).
The right-hand side is used for operation of the system. Just press one of the six
LIST and SETUP keys to start managing the system. All six keys will open a list of
items (sampling points, alarms etc.).
Use the four arrow keys to find the item you want and use the function keys to select
an action to perform.
3.1.1 CONTROL UNIT PANEL
The function of each individual push-button key on the control unit is described
below.
Button
Function
LIST –
List all sampling points in the system. Use Ç, È, PgÇ
and PgÈ to choose a sampling point.
SAMPLING POINTS
DISCONNECTION’S
List all disconnected sampling points, external control
and detectors.
Use Ç, È, PgÇ and PgÈ to choose an entry.
LIST –
List all gas alarms in the system. Use Ç, È, PgÇ and
PgÈ to choose an entry.
LIST –
ALARMS
LIST –
FAULTS
SETUP –
SAMPLING POINTS
List all faults in the system. Use Ç, È, PgÇ and PgÈ to
choose a fault.
List all sampling points in the system. Use Ç, È, PgÇ
and PgÈ to choose a sampling point. Access level is
required to change settings.
List all general settings in the system. An access level
GENERAL SETTINGS above 1 is required to change most settings.
SETUP –
F1 ,F2 ,F3, F4
Function keys. Push here to perform an action.
0, 1, 2 – 9
Numeric input buttons
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Used to accept a numeric input
ESC
Go to the previous menu.
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HOME
Go to the standby menu.
Ç
List the next list entry. The LED is lit when the button is
active.
È
List the previous list entry. The LED is lit when the
button is active.
Pg Ç
Display the fifth list item to come (the list must have
more then 5entries).
Pg È
Display the fifth previous list item.
M – FAULT MUTE
Mute all faults in the system.
F – FAULT RESET
Reset a fault in the fault list.
ALARM MUTE
Mute all gas alarms in the system.
ALARM RESET
Reset the displayed sampling point in alarm.
ALARM IN QUEUE
Display the next gas alarm in the alarm list.
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2.1 CONTROL UNIT
DETECTOR
The control unit is the man-machine interface and controls
the electronics in the analysing unit. It consist of a LCD
clear text Display, LED Display, LED's, keyboard,
microprocessor and memory for the software, definitions,
additional texts etc. The unit is normally made for wall
mounting and should be placed in a well visible position
e.g. cargo control room. Electrical connection terminals
to the analysing unit, the repeater unit and the optional
printer are placed in the bottom of the control unit cabinet.
As an alternative both the control unit and the analysing
unit can be delivered in one single cabinet.
The SW2020 control unit is divided into two parts; the gas
alarm panel and the operating panel.
The gas alarm panel is activated when a gas alarm
situation is detected in the system. The sampling point
number, alarm level (LO or HI) and the actual gas detector
in alarm are displayed.
There are three keys on the operating panel. The Alarm
Mute key is used to acknowledge the gas alarm and the
Alarm Reset key is used to reset the gas alarm. The third
key Alarms in Queue is used to toggle the sampling points
in alarm.
The Operating Panel continuously shows, in the clear
text display, sampling point and the last measured
value.
The Fault LED is lit and a fault message is shown in the
clear text display when a fault alarm is generated.
The List and Setup keys are used to manage the gas
sampling system. The numeric key pad is among other
things used for value settings and clear text setup.
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2.2 ANALYSING UNIT
The analysing unit contains all functions for detection and
transport of the test samples. Its components comprise:gas
detectors, solenoid valves, sampling and transport pump,
flame traps, flow meter, remote I/O - PCB-boards, power
supply unit and terminals for power supply, alarm outputs
connection to the control unit and repeater unit as well as
connections for all piping included in the system.
The analysing unit should be installed not less than 3
metres above the main deck in order to avoid air locks in
the pipes and ensure the correct work of the automatic flow
watching function. The area should be ventilated and
temperature-controlled.
For installation and for the future service work, there must
be enough space, approx. 0.5m, at the pipe connection
side. Normally the left side.
There are removable plates intended for the installation of
cable inlets on the underside of the cabinet, for electrical
connections.
Exhaust Pipe
The exhaust pipe from the analysing cabinet is connected
via a nipple at the intended site and should be mounted
with a slope towards the exhaust point. Refer to page B4.
Fresh Air Pipe
The fresh air pipe to the analysing cabinet should be
connected via a nipple at the intended site. The air inlet can
open up directly into the room where the analyzing unit is
installed, provided that the atmosphere in the room is
clean and temperature controlled. Otherwise a pipe leading
to such a space must be installed. Refer to page B4.
Calibration Gas Pipe
The calibration gas pipe from the calibration gas cylinder,
with a relief valve and pressure gauge, is connected to the
analysing cabinet via a nipple at the intended site. Refer
to page B4. The pipe should be mounted in such a way that
replacement of the calibration gas cylinder can be made
without unnecessary strain on pipes and couplings.
The electrical connections are made in accordance with
the electrical drawing in this chapter.
Instrument air 5 - 16 kp/cm2 inlet
The inlet pipe for dry instrument air is connected to the
analysing unit via a nipple at intended site. Refer to page
B4.
2.2.1 Pipe Connections
2.2.2 Calibration Gas Cylinder
Suction Pipes
The calibration gas cylinder is mounted next to the
analysing cabinet and fixed in the conventional manner for
pressure vessels. The gas cylinder can alternatively be
mounted inside the cabinet.
The sampling pipes from the manual shut-off valves are
connected to the premounted and numbered flame trap on
the side of the analysing unit by means of the stainless
steel connection nipples on the flame traps.
NB! These nipples should be tightened with a spanner,
1.25 turn only, from the hand tightening stop. If dismounted
the nipple should be retightened to exactly the same
position during re-mounting.
The pipes between the analysing unit and the normal shutoff valves should be mounted in such a way that air locks
do not occur.
Also note that the pipes should be installed in such a way
that service can be performed on an individual flame trap
as well as on On-Line Filters without unnecessary
dismounting of other pipes.
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Analysing Unit
Inlet instrument air
5 - 16 kp/cm²
C1
MP
Pipe connections
and flame traps
OUTLET FRESH AIR
INLET COL.
CAL. GAS
CABLE INLET
2
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2.3 REPEATER UNIT
The function of the LCD repeater units is to indicate alarms
and faults to the duty watch personnel. The unit is
designed for wall or panel mounting and should first of all
be placed on the bridge in a well visible and easily
accessible location.
The LCD-display indicates in clear text the sampling
point(s) in alarm, alarm level(s) and fault messages.
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2.4 PIPE SYSTEM
The pipe system transports the test samples from the
sampling points to the analysing unit. In addition to the
piping, the system includes: shut-off valves, flame traps,
pipe couplings, sleeves, filters and pipe terminations.
When the sampling pipes are installed, care should
always be taken that the pipes are installed in such a way
that the risk of air locks is avoided.
There are two main ways of installing the piping from the
analysing unit to the various sampling points; either the
pipes are installed above deck or through the pipe tunnel,
or a combination of both methods. Note that pipes installed
above deck must be protected against mechanical damage.
Refer to drawing on page B7 of this manual.
All pipe couplings with conical seals forming part of the
pipe system should always be sealed with Loctite 577.
(NB! Not thread tape).
2.4.1 Pipe Suspension
Suspension of the pipe assembly or individual pipes
should be made in such a way that the distance between
the suspension points does not exceed 1 metre.
The pipes should also be fixed in such a way that vibrations
or other similar actions do not damage them. When
installing the pipes, care should be taken not to allow them
to become deformed.
2.4.4 Bending of Sampling Pipes
In order to avoid unnecessary air resistance in the sampling pipes and risk of deformation and the formation of
fractures, a minimum bending radius of approx. 150 mm
is recommended.
Refer to separate instructions for installation of other
components of the pipe system.
- Flame Trap (analyzing unit)
- Manual shut-off valves
- Chapter 2.5
- Chapter 2.6
2.4.5 Pipe installation check
NB. 1. Before connection of the sampling pipes to the
Analysing Unit and to the On-Line-Filters:
Always flush the pipes with compressed air in
order to clean them from dust and water. After
cleaning, finish the complete connection between
the Analysing Unit, Shut Off Valves, On Line
Filters and Pipe end Accessories.
NB. 2. A test has to be performed on every sampling
pipe, to verify that there are no leakages. Also
verify that each sampling point is correctly connected to the Analysing Unit. It is possible to do
a test of the air tightness by disconnecting the
tubes one by one inside of the cabinet and perform
the test by connecting a manometer, shut-off
valve and compressed air.
The drawing on page B16 of this manual shows a proposed
method of suspension and fixing.
2.4.2 Sleeves and Bulkhead Passages
Some type of passage arrangement must be used when
passing through deck or bulkhead plates. Such proposed
units are shown on drawings on page B15 and B16 of this
manual.
2.4.3 Pipe Couplings
Efforts should be made to ensure that as few pipe
couplings as possible are used for each sampling pipe.
This to avoid unnecessary air resistance in the pipes
caused by turbulence due to uneveness of the joints, and
also to reduce the possibility of leakage to a minimum.
When a pipe cut is necessary, make sure that the pipe
is not deformed at the cut and that the air flow resistance is not increased. Also note that capillary connections has to be carefully soldered to avoid unnecessary
air flow resistance.
Each manufacturer’s individual recommendations on
tightening should be observed when installing those pipe
couplings that must be used.
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2.5 FLAME TRAPS
The flame traps are normally supplied fitted to the analysing unit. Refer to the installation instructions for the
analysing unit in Chapter 2.2.1 for pipe connection
instructions.
NB! The flame trap must be of an approved type.
R 1/8" Internal thread
Ø28
R 1/4"
M14x1.5
(approx 21)
17
41
For pipe out Ø8mm connection
(approx 62)
(approx 76)
Inlet instrument air
5 - 16 kp/cm²
C1
MP
Pipe connections
and flame traps
OUTLET FRESH AIR
INLET
INLETCOL.
CAL.GAS
GAS
CABLE INLET
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2.6 MANUAL SHUT-OFF VALVES
The task of the manual shut-off valves is, where necessary,
to shut off the pipe system in an explosion risk zone from
the system in a safe zone. This may occur when a certain
sampling area has a temporary high gas concentration or
is filled with inert gas. The shut-off valves should also be
used for service needs, such as replacement of flame
traps, or if a certain sampling pipe is disconnected from
the analysing unit.
When there is no compressed air in the counter pressure
system combined with water in the ballast tanks, a closing
of the shut-off-valves is recommended to avoid water and
dirt inside the sampling pipes.Notice that as long as there
is compressed air to serve the counter pressure system
in water filled ballast tanks, the shut off valves shall remain
open.
Installation of the valves shall be made in the wall between
the safe and explosive zones. Holes are cut for the
insertion of welding sleeves with an internal thread, the
shut-off valve then being screwed on from inside a safe
zone by means of taper thread couplings supplied and
sealed with ”Loctite 577”.
NB! All valves should be marked with the number of the
corresponding sampling point.
It is important that the mutual distance between the valves
is taken into consideration, and that the sampling pipes
from the analysing unit are installed in such a way that
any service on an individual shut-off valve can be carried
out without any unnecessary dismounting of other pipes.
Brass type
Stainless steel type
48
R 1/4"
internal
thread
R 1/4" Internal
thread
R 1/4" internal
thread
R 1/4" Internal thread
51
R 1/4" Internal thread
R 1/4" Internal thread
40
19
53
19
90°
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2.7 SAMPLING PIPE ACCESSORIES
2.7.1 Filters
Each individual sampling pipe should be protected with
filters in order to avoid fouling of both the pipes themselves
as well as flame traps, valves, flow meter and detector.
Two types of filters have been developed for this purpose.
One type for mounting on the pipe, ”On-line filter”, and a
second for mounting at the end of the sampling pipe at the
sampling point, ”End-line filter”.
On-Line Filter
This filter is used for such sampling pipes where end-line
filters cannot be used for a variety of reasons, such as
areas which may be termporarily water-filled or where
access is for other reasons, so difficult that necessary
filter replacement may be impaired or neglected.
Installation of on-line filters must be done in such a manner
that the filter is easily accessible for replacement, without
causing unnecessary strain on pipes and connections.
The online filter should always be placed as close to the
sampling point as is practically feasible. But never in a
safe zone. The nipples should be tightened in accordance
with pipe connections chapter 2.2.1.
We recommend that each individual filter should be
marked with its corresponding sampling point number.
R 1/4" Internal thread
24
19.5
Ø18.5
6
34
R 1/4" Internal thread
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2.8 SAMPLING POINTS
2.8.1 Pipe Terminations
The pipe termination in the sampling area must be fixed so
that the minimum distance from a bulkhead frame is
0,1 m and approx. 0,15 m from the bottom. In filter
installation, e.g. end-line filter, the height above the bottom
should be taken into consideration with respect to this.
In certain areas care must be taken to prevent oil or water
from being sucked into the sampling pipes, and in such
cases a height above the bottom of 0,5 m or more can be
allowed. Corners, where the air circulation is low, should
be avoided. Note that the last 0,2 m of the pipe termination
end must point downwards.
Each pipe termination should be marked with the
corresponding sampling point number.
Option
Refer to Chapter 2.7 for special pipe termination facility.
2.8.2 Location of the Sampling Points
In accordance with the regulations and draft proposals that
have been drawn up by the classification societies, the
following areas are to be monitored by the permanently
installed gas sampling system:
•
•
•
•
•
Cofferdams
Pipe tunnels
Ballast tanks and double bottoms
Other empty areas adjacent to slop tanks
Pump rooms, connected to a separate system.
In addition, it can be recommended that stool tanks and
other empty areas adjacent to the cargo tanks are
connected to the permanently installed gas sampling
system.
In accordance with these rules it is essential that the
planned number of sampling points and their location
including the pipe installation should be evaluated and
commented on by the classification societies prior to
installation.
2.8.3 Marking of Sampling Points
Each sampling pipe must be marked with its number at the
sampling point as well as the manual shut-off valve. (Each
sampling point is numbered at the flame trap on the
analysing unit.)
Salwico SW2020 always has one sampling point reserved
for internal monitoring of the analyzing cabinet, normally
the last sampling point.
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2.9 OPTIONS
2.9.1
Counter pressure System
The counter pressure system is to be used for such
sampling points which are located in areas that can be
temporarily filled with water.
The counter pressure system, when supplied, is built into
the Salwico SW2020 system.The operation of the counter
pressure system is based on compressed air being
automatically connected to sampling points, during the
not sampling periode and when the sampling point is
temporarily disconnected from the automatic scanning.
Note! The hand maneuvered shut off valve in the bulkhead
passage shall remain in open position when the sampling
point is disconnected via the control panel. Only in case
of loss of the supply of compressed air or when the pipes
by some reason are mechanically disconnected between
the analysing unit and the bulkhead, the shut off valves for
safety reasons shall be closed.
Counter pressure system installation requires connection
of compressed dry instrument air to the analysing unit.
Incoming operating pressure: 5 - 16 kp/cm 2.
Pressure regulator set to 3.2 kp/cm 2.
Max air consumption: approx. 10 - 20 litres/hour for each
sampling point .
For cone connection refer to installation of cone in this
chapter.
2.9.2
Pipe Cleaning System
A pipe cleaning system is recommended for blowing the
pipes clear of water.
The pipe cleaning system, when supplied, is built into the
Salwico SW2020 system. Its installation requires
connection of compressed dry instrument air to the
analysing unit.
Incoming operating pressure: 5 - 16 kp/cm 2.
Pressure regulator set to 3.2 kp/cm 2.
Note! When both a pipe cleaning and a counter
pressure system are included in the SW2020 the
same compressed air connection is used jointly .
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Shut-off valves
DANGEROUS AREA
SAFE AREA
BULKHEAD
WELDED BULKHEAD
PASSAGE
SAMPLING PIPE
(YARD SUPPLY)
ALL VALVES MUST BE MARKED
WITH CORRESPONDING NUMBERS
FROM THE ANALYSING UNIT
DANGEROUS AREA
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Deck bulkhead passage
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Suspension and fixing
CLAMP FOR PIPE
on the deck/deckhouse
"JIRVA"
PIPE FITTING
CLAMP FOR PIPE
in the pipe tunnel/
cofferdams etc.
ALTERNATIVE:
1
2
PIPE
PIPE
3
PIPE
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Electrical Connections
External connections
ANALYSING UNIT
RESET WHEN
WARNING
MUTED
RL3
RESET WHEN
WARNING
RESET
RL4
GAS ALARM
(ALARM 2)
RESET WHEN
ALARM
MUTED
RL5
RESET WHEN
ALARM
RESET
RL6
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
68
69
70
71
72
NORM. ACT.
RESET WHEN
FAIL. RESET
RL2
GAS WARNING
(ALARM 1)
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
+
OUTPUT 24VDC
A+
OUTPUT RS485
B15
16
17
18
NORM. ACT.
RESET WHEN
FAIL. MUTED
RL1
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
+
OUTPUT 24VDC
A+
OUTPUT RS485
B11
12
13
14
1 2 3 4
Emergency supply
1 2 3 4
shielded cable
twisted pairs 2
2x2xmin0,5mm 2
Alternative connection
of the Repeater Unit
in parallel with the
Control Unit.
1 2 3 4
shielded cable
twisted pairs 2
2x2xmin0,5mm
POWER + 1
24VDC
- 2
A 20
COMM.
B 21
2
CONTROL UNIT
ME400
OPTION
1 2 3 4
220 VAC
COMM.
+
A
B
PRINTER
POWER
INPUT 220VAC
INPUT
220 VAC
1
2
SYSTEM FAILURE
REPEATER UNIT
MN400
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3.7 GUIDE LINES FOR DAILY HANDLING
Important notes:
The Pressure Air to the system must never be shut off!
The manual shut-off valves shall remain open during normal operation and when there
is water in the Water Ballast Tanks. This will keep the Counter-pressure-air flow and
avoid water entering the pipes.
Water in ballast tanks:
Before ballasting, the corresponding Sampling-points (SP) must be disconnected from
the sampling sequence at the SW2020 Control Unit. This will avoid water being sucked
into the pipes and damaging the system.
Follow the instructions:
- Press ”List-Sampling points”
- Press Arrow-keys to find a single SP or a whole group of SPs for action
- Press ”Disconnect”
- Press ”Disconnect” again to confirm
Continue until all SPs corresponding to ballast tanks are disconnected.
All disconnected points are listed in the disconnections list.
- Press ”List Disconnections” to see the disconnected SPs.
When the ballast tanks are empty, the SPs shall be reconnected.
- Press ”Reconnect” in the “List Disconnections” or in the ”List Sampling Points”.
The user will be asked if he wants to automatically purge all SPs in a group or a single
SP. We recommend choosing - “Yes”.
Note! If you have a ”Flow-fault” on a SP, this might, besides the indication of a clogged
pipe or on-line-filter, also indicate water in the tank.
Disconnect the SP immediately and find the cause.
Alarm levels:
See this manual chapter 3 Gas alarm.
There are two alarm levels in the SW2020; Low “LO” and High “HI”.
The default settings for the most common gases are:
- Propane: 5% L.E.L., for Low alarm and 10% L.E.L., for High alarm.
- Oxygen: 19% for Low alarm and 17% for High alarm.
- Hydrogen Sulphide: 5ppm for Low alarm and 10 ppm for High alarm.
For other gases the alarm levels should be set according to requirements in rules.
Fault Alarms:
See this manual chapter 3 Fault alarm.
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4.6 Vacuum Pump
The vacuum pump 107 CCD20 used in the SW2020 Gas Sampling System is a
membrane pump designed for a high degree of efficiency when it is used for
vacuum.
It is designed for continuous operation with permanently lubricated bearings, a
long life Buna “N” diaphragm, stainless steel valves and aluminum valve plate.
The pump is balanced for low vibration operation and in addition mounted on
shock absorbers.
The diagram for calculation of sampling time previous in this manual is a result
from real tests on vacuum pump 107 CCD20, with sampling pipes of inner
diameter 6 mm.
The flow meter and the flow switch monitor the flow capacity of the pump.
The system vacuum guard or the flow switch supervises the tightness of the
pump membrane.
DATA:
Model:
Motor voltage/frequency
Power
Current
Flow at free flow
Flow at –0.2 Bar (vacuum)
Flow at –0.4 Bar (vacuum)
Thomas 107 CCD20
220/50-230/60
130 Watt
1,0 Amp
19 L/min
14 L/min
9 L/min
MAINTENANCE:
Below procedures refer to the drawing and part list found on the next page.
The maintenance of the pump is mainly to exchange diaphragm and valve
flappers after they have been worn-out. By removing of the pump head with the
four screws (item 13), this service is easily accessible.
Exchange the diaphragm (item 3) by removing the diaphragm hold down plate
(item 5) with the four screws (item 4).
Exchange or cleaning of the valve flappers:
Remove the valve plate (item 24). Unscrew the valve flapper screw and remove
the valve flappers (item 20), one on each side of the valve plate. Be careful not
do damage or contaminate the surface where the flappers are working. Clean
the flappers and the surface carefully with alcohol and then blow dry. Make sure
that the flappers are pressing tight towards the valve plate, otherwise the
capacity of the pump will be reduced.
Our Spare part set for the pump Art. No. 7360, contains diaphragm, valve
flappers and valve plate gasket (item 3, 20 and 23).
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