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Survey Checklist for Ships Carrying Liquefied Gases in Bulk (LNG and LPG)
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For Annual, Intermediate and Renewal (Periodical) surveys for ships carrying liquefied gases in bulk in accordance with the following Rules and Regulations and in addition to those items shown in the Classification Check-List (Form 2100); (a) The Rules and Regulations for Classification of Ships Part 1, Chapter 3, Section 9. (b) The Rules for Carriage of Liquefied Gases in Bulk. (c) The Gas Carrier Codes. (d) The 1978 SOLAS Protocol and the Annexes to Resolutions A.560 (14) and A.746 (18), Guidelines on surveys required by the 1978 SOLAS Protocol, the Bulk Chemical Codes and the Gas Carrier Codes. Surveys: (also refer to notes on Page 11) For Annual Surveys Complete Sections: A, B &C. For Intermediate Surveys Complete Section: A, B, C & D For Annual Surveys held at Special Survey (SS & CSH) Complete Sections: A, B, C, D, E, F & G as applicable to the age of the ship. ‘Yes’ for complete, ‘No’ for not complete/outstanding or ‘NA’ for not applicable Mark

A. General (Annual and Intermediate Surveys)
A1 A2 B1 Confirm no modifications have been made to the ship or its equipment which would affect the validity of the certificate of fitness. Any modifications are to be reported. Confirm that the annual classification/SOLAS annual survey has been held concurrently with this survey and the associated checklist completed as applicable. List the following (a ) (b ) (c ) (d ) (e ) (f) (g ) (h ) (i) Cargo Ship Safety Construction Certificate Cargo Ship Safety Equipment Certificate Cargo Ship Safety Radio Certificate International Loadline Certificate International Oil Pollution Prevention Certificate Certificate of Fitness for Carriage of Liquefied Gases Minimum Safe Manning Document Safety Management Certificate STWC Convention Expiry Date A.S. or I.S. Endorsement Date

Yes/No/NA* Yes/No/NA*

B. Documentation (Annual and Intermediate Surveys)
Certificate Issued By

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(j) Certificates of Class If the survey is held concurrently with an Annual Classification survey refer to Annual/Intermediate survey checklist for above information. Confirm that the vessel’s survey book has been sighted and updates. (Refer to Notes on Page 11.) Confirm that a copy of the applicable Gas Code or National Regulations incorporating the provisions of this code together with the required data for safe carriage of cargoes on board. Confirm that the Cargo Log Book and Operational Records have been sighted. If applicable, confirm that provision have been made for products in accordance with the special requirements for certain cargoes listed in the applicable Gas Carrier Code. Confirm that the damage survival capability information ahs been supplied on the basis of loading information for all anticipated conditions of loading and variations in draught and trim. Confirm that the loading and stability information booklet, containing details of typical service and ballast conditions, provisions for evaluating other conditions of loading, a summary of the ship’s survival capabilities and sufficient information to ensure that the ship is loaded and operated in a safe and seaworthy manner, is available on board. following survey has been carried out Initial/Annual/Intermediate/Renewal/GE*

                                                           

                                                           

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Place of Survey Remarks:

     

Date of Survey

     

     

Kaswadi Yusuf
Surveyor to Lloyd's Register Asia A member of the Lloyd’s Register Group

Form 2088 (2003.08)

Confirm the satisfactory operation of manual emergency shut down systems together with automatic shut downs of cargo pumps. Confirm that the fixed/portable ventilation systems for spaces not normally entered are in a satisfactory condition. holds (if applicable) and insulation spaces have been examined and found satisfactory. Confirm the wheel house doors and windows.1 C16 Yes/No/NA* Yes/No/NA* Yes/No/NA* Yes/No/NA* Yes/No/NA* Yes/No/NA* Yes/No/NA* Yes/No/NA* Yes/No/NA* Form 2088 (2003. supports and vapour seals on that the sealing found satisfactory. Gas detection and systems in cargo machinery spaces to be tested. State date of last test by ships staff       Gas detection and systems in cargo machinery spaces to be tested State gas detection equipment makes and types for each area: Cargo area: Machinery spaces: Comments: Yes/No/NA* Yes/No/NA*                   Yes/No/NA* Yes/No/NA* C6 C7 Confirm that the pressure gauging systems for the cargo tanks.Report no:       Page 2 of 13 C. Confirm that the cargo pipelines. Notes:       Confirm that the cargo tank and inter barrier insulation space pressure and vacuum relief valves including safety systems and alarms found satisfactory. valves (including pressure relief valves and drainage). Notes       : C8 C9 C10 C11 C12 C13 C14 C15 C15. ballast and vent piping systems including vent masts were examined as far as practicable and found satisfactory. bunker. Confirm that the portable and or fixed drip trays and insulation for deck protection (if fitted) for use to contain cargo leakage were examined and found in satisfactory condition. Confirm that there is a calibration procedure in operation for pressure gauges and if so were the calibration records reviewed and found in order. Confirm insulated pipes arrangements at the Confirm the protective screens for cargo. high level and overflow alarms have been tested State date of last test by ships staff Was the test simulated? Yes/No/NA* Yes/No/NA*             Yes/No/NA* Yes/No/NA* C3 C4 C5 Comments: (Type of level indicating       devices) Confirm that the cargo containment system temperature indicating equipment and associated alarms has been tested. filling valves and compressors. side scuttles and windows in the superstructure and deck house ends facing the cargo area in efficient condition. Annual Surveys – Basic Requirements C1 C2 Confirm that the cargo liquid level indicating devices have been generally examined Confirm that the cargo tanks low level. State date of last test by       ships staff Confirm that the cargo gas leakage detection systems has been examined and tested together with all alarms and found satisfactory. Confirm the closing and other arrangements of any special enclosed space provided for crew protection in the event of a major cargo release examined and found satisfactory. Confirm the ventilation systems airlocks to working spaces and accommodation ventilation closing arrangements have been checked and found to be in satisfactory operation.08) . fittings and any liquid/vapour hoses were generally examined and expansion bellows. Confirm that the alarms and interlocks associated with pressurised equipment in gas dangerous locations have been tested and found in working order. gas domes were examined and found satisfactory.

Proper operation of both inert gas blowers verified. High temperature of gas in the inert gas main. (i) High oxygen content of as in the inert gas main. where applicable. Checking that the gas pressure regulating valve automatically closes when the inert has blowers are secured.1 Nitrogen Systems Bulk Storage State contents of bulk storage tanks: What is the normally full capacity? Yes/No/NA* Nitrogen Generators                         Were the N2 generators tested and found in full working order?       Have the nitrogen systems alarms been tested? State last date of test by Ship’s staff Were the N2 storage tank and associated equipment in satisfactory condition?       State dates credited for survey (CSM)       C. Form 2088 (2003. Checking as far as practicable the deck water seal for automatic filling and draining and checking for the presence of water carrying over. Checking operation of the non return valve. (a) (b) (c) (d) (e) (f) (g) (h) (i) External examination of the condition of all piping and components for signs of corrosion gas leakage/effluent leakage. surveyed as part of safety equipment survey). Yes/No/NA* Yes/No/NA* Yes/No/NA* Yes/No/NA* Yes/No/NA* Yes/No/NA* Yes/No/NA* Yes/No/NA* Yes/No/NA* Yes/No/NA* Yes/No/NA* Yes/No/NA* Yes/No/NA* Accuracy of portable and fixed oxygen measuring equipment by means of calibration gas (span gas) Survey carried out by the National Authority of the Country in which the ship is register may be accepted at the discretion of the survey as meeting these requirements. (ii) (iii) (iv ) (v) Low gas pressure in the inert main.g. Checking the interlocking features of soot blowers. Annual Surveys – Basic Requirements (Cont) C17.Report no:       Page 3 of 13 C17 Environmental Control Confirm that the inert gas or nitrogen supply system for environmental control of the cargo tanks and hold spaces (if applicable) has been examined and found in order.08) .2 Inert Gas System The following examined and dealt with. Scrubber room ventilation system checked. Yes/No/NA* C17. Testing of all remotely operated or automatically controlled valves including the gas isolating valve(s). Checking as far as practicable the following alarms and safety devices of the inert gas system using simulated conditions where necessary. Low pressure in the supply to the deck water seal. State Date when surveyed by the National       Authorities: State other survey dates by the LR:       (e.

2 Yes/No/NA*       Form 2088 (2003. Intrinsically safe cables properly separated from other electrical cables. State date of last test by ships       staff Cargo area dry powder extinguishing system examined and found in order. motor rooms etc.6 C20 C20. that the electrical equipment in gas dangerous zones and spaces was in good condition and properly maintained.2 C19. State Type and Number of Protective Suits available (min. if fitted. Confirm that respiratory and eye protection suitable for emergency escape purposes are to be provided for every person onboard and an additional 2 sets provided on the Navigation Bridge. 5 protective suits)       Are there a minimum or two additional firemen’s outfits in additional to those required by SOLAS 1983 Chapter II-2. Bonding straps for the control of static electricity and earthing examined visually and found in good condition.4 C19. Inter barrier and hold space purging inert gas system found in efficient working order. Reg. State last service date: Yes/No/NA* C21. Annual Surveys – Basic Requirements (Cont) C20.4 C20. by visual inspection. Fire Protection And Extinguishing Arrangements Water spray system for cooling.1 Yes/No/NA* Crew Protection Confirm that suitable protective clothing for crew engaged in loading and discharging operation was readily available and suitable stored. State date of last test by ships staff       Yes/No/NA* C20. Yes/No/NA* Yes/No/NA* Yes/No/NA* Yes/No/NA* Yes/No/NA* C19. sufficient gas to be carried to compensate for normal losses in cargo insulation spaces and where the gas control systems to these spaces together with pressure/flow gauges.7 C21 C21. As required by personnel protection requirements of the applicable gas code.1 Electrical Equipment Confirm.3 C19. are provided. Confirm the alarms and interlocks associated with pressurised lighting systems in gas dangerous spaces (compressor. found in satisfactory working order.3 Yes/No/NA* Yes/No/NA* C. fire prevention and crew protection examined and found in order with all valves and pumps in efficient working condition.1 Yes/No/NA* Yes/No/NA*                   Yes/No/NA* Yes/No/NA* Ensure medical first-aid equipment.6 C20.Report no:       Page 4 of 13 C18 Environmental Control Inert/Drying gas Systems Confirm arrangement for. State date of last test by ships staff       Interlocks and alarms associated with airlocks to working spaces tested and found operational. 17. Yes/No/NA* Yes/No/NA* Yes/No/NA* C18.08) . as far as practicable.2 C19 C19. Air drying systems (if applicable) to the hold spaces in efficient working order. Cable runs examined as far a practicable for sheath and armouring defects and the cable supports found in good order. Confirm that the ship is provided with a least two sets of portable gas detection equipment suitable for the products carried together with an oxygen mater and are they in efficient working condition. including oxygen resuscitation equipment and antidotes.5 Decontamination arrangements and eye washes examined and found satisfactory. compressed air equipment been examined by a responsible officer each month and Has all recorded.1 C18. State Type Gas detection meters: Oxygen meters: C20. for cargoes to be carried. with no evidence of any unauthorised modification to the installation in these.5 C19.) tested and found in working order.2 C20.

5 C24. C26.3 C23 Annual Surveys – Methane Burnings Equipment And Other Equipment Components C23. Heat exchangers and pressure vessels for use with methane burning in main boilers.6 C24.1 C22.3 C24.4 C24.2 C24.1 2 C25 C25. with no evidence of any unauthorised modification. Manual and automatic has shut off valves have been examined and found in order. refer to Damage Stability manual on board). State Date and Port cold spot examination was held       A signed statement received from the master stating cold spot examinations were carried out by ship’s staff.08) .3 C22 C22.1 1 C24. Fuel gas master valve to the machinery space in efficient working order. Confirm that there are adequate spares for each type of vent fan for the boiler gas canopies and fuel gas piping duct on board. If the vessel is fitted with re-liquefaction or refrigeration equipment for cargo temperature and pressure control and assigned the notation “RMC(LG)” the following examined as far as practicable.1 0 C24. Yes/No/NA* Yes/No/NA* Yes/No/NA* C22. Have the arrangements (if applicable) for bow or stern loading/unloading with particular reference to the electrical equipment.B.1 Machinery examined under working conditions Yes/No/NA* Form 2088 (2003. C. fire-fighting arrangements and means of communication. tanks and cofferdams examined for cold spots prior to the survey.8 C24. been examined and found satisfactory. (If applicable. D. State date of last test by ships staff Yes/No/NA* Yes/No/NA* Yes/No/NA* Yes/No/NA* Yes/No/NA* Yes/No/NA* Yes/No/NA* Yes/No/NA* Yes/No/NA*       Yes/No/NA* Yes/No/NA* Yes/No/NA* C24.9 Confirm the following has been generally examined externally together with the condition of insulation where applicable and found in order.2 Annual Surveys – Re-Liquefaction/Refrigeration Systems. vaporizers. All methods of testing the trips to the fuel has master valve to the machinery space have been tested and found satisfactory. Fuel gas non return valves and flame arresters have been examined externally and found in order. Cargo heaters. Exhaust fans and/or pressurising system for gas trunking are to be tested. Inert gas purging system for the fuel gas burning arrangements in efficient working order. masthead heaters and other miscellaneous pressure vessels. Safe-type equipment associated with the gas fuel supply examined visually and found to be in good order. Annual Surveys – Basic Requirements (Cont) Cold Spot Examination If the insulation arrangements are such that the insulation cannot be examined. available and satisfactory.Report no:       Page 5 of 13 C21. were the surrounding structures of wing tanks.2 C23. or other approved equipment necessary for cargo separation.2 Confirm that the fixed fire fighting installations in the gas dangerous spaces have been examined and the means of operation clearly marked.1 C23. Yes/No/NA* Yes/No/NA* Yes/No/NA* Confirm the fuel oil and fuel gas flame failure interlocks have been tested and fuel oil and gas valves verified to shut on operation of these shut down devices. Yes/No/NA* Other Survey Items Are there any special arrangements for the vessel to survive conditions of damage and are they in order.1 C24. Is there documented evidence (ship’s check list) of all the above tests being regularly tested by ship’s staff.1 Alarm systems are to be checked to ascertain they are in working order. alarms and pipework. Confirm that the nitrogen gas purging system for the fuel gas burning arrangements in efficient working order. instrumentation. between cargo control room and shore location.7 C24. Cargo compressors and associated valves.3 C24 C24. Confirm any removable pipe lengths. State Date(s) of these examinations       C26 Yes/No/NA* Yes/No/NA* C25.

B and C) for ships for liquefied gases. Verify that the steel structure heating arrangements in way of the cargo tanks are in satisfactory working order and that the associated temperature alarms were operational.08) . cargo vapour and liquid condensate pipelines and condenser cooling water pipelines examined externally. Drainage arrangements for the vent piping system examined and found satisfactory.2 Shells of all pressure vessels examined externally (insulation need not be removed for this examination but any deterioration of insulation or evidence of dampness which could lead to external corrosion of the vessel’s or their connections is to be investigated) Primary refrigerant gas and liquid pipelines. D1 D2 D3 Yes/No/NA* Yes/No/NA* Yes/No/NA* Form 2088 (2003. Notes:       Yes/No/NA* Yes/No/NA* Yes/No/NA* C26.Report no:       Page 6 of 13 C26. (Insulation need not be removed but any deterioration or evidence of dampness is to be investigated).4 D. Intermediate Surveys In addition to the requirements for annual classification/SOLAS surveys the classification/SOLAS intermediate survey requirements are to be dealt with and the associated check list completed as applicable together with the annual survey requirements (Check list items A. Verify that the cargo pipe lines and cargo tanks are electrically bonded to the hull.3 C26. Spare gear for the re-liquefaction/refrigeration plant found to be satisfactory.

1 D4.00 kg/cm2) – 3% Notes Yes/No/NA*       D6 D7 D8 A comprehensive list of all safety valves tested. examined and settings adjusted to the required pressures. Yes/No/NA* Yes/No/NA* Yes/No/NA* Form 2088 (2003. Setters for adjusting relief valves to harbour pressure examined and found satisfactory (where applicable). Intermediate Surveys (Cont) D4 Annual Surveys – Cargo Containment Systems – First Intermediate Survey After Initial Commissioning Of The Ship Confirm that the following examinations carried out: Cargo tanks (other than independent tanks type C) D4. Tanks examined (where possible) externally.5 to 3.0 bar (3.08) . is to be retained in the vessel’s survey book. Spares for cargo area mechanical ventilation fans examined and found satisfactory.3 D4.2 D4. Ship’s cargo hoses examined and found to be as approved and in satisfactory condition. Tower structures and other attachments within tanks together with tank supports and securing arrangements examined and found satisfactory.0 kg/cm2) – 6% For pressure exceeding 3. Maximum relief pressure for cargo tank relief valves are not to be more than the following percentage above the maximum vapour pressure for which the tanks have been approved. List tanks credited for survey after above examinations: Yes/No/NA* Yes/No/NA* Yes/No/NA* Yes/No/NA*       D5 Cargo tank and inter barrier space pressure and vacuum relief valves overhauled. For 0 to 1. recording their settings. The maximum vapour pressure for which the tanks have been approved is as follows.4 Tanks examined internally.5 to 3 bar (1.Report no:       Page 7 of 13 D.5kg/cm2) – 10% For 1.5 bar (0 to 1.

25 times the approved maximum vapour pressure. D1 0 D1 1 Electrical insulation resistance test of circuits terminating in. was the effectiveness of any i-s earthing arrangement verified. Integrity of safe type electrical equipment found in order. or (if the ship was not in gas0free condition) the results of previously recorded readings sighted. B.) E4 Deck mounted cargo storage tanks examined internally and externally as per the main cargo tanks. Two spaces (being integral with the hull. that the gas leakage monitoring systems have been found to be operating satisfactorily and the voyage records (cargo log book) have not shown any abnormal operation. Intermediate Surveys (Cont) D9 When all of the following conditions apply: Ship is 10 years of age or over. within the cargo area. missing bolts. Renewal Survey Corresponding To SS I (Ships Five years Old) – General Requirements E1 Yes/No/NA* Note: Provided that the structural examination is satisfactory. or passing through. E2 E3 Yes/No/NA* Yes/No/NA* Yes/No/NA* Form 2088 (2003. etc. with satisfactory findings. seating and pipe connections also to sealing arrangements in way of tank top/deck penetrations.Report no:       Page 8 of 13 D. dangerous areas carried out. which may be made for other reasons. All cargo tanks examined internally together with an examination of plating in way of supports of securing arrangements. in survey report narrative together with any plan approval recommendations. may count towards this requirement.) have been carried out full details to be reported. vapour lines etc. liquid. 1978 SOLAS Protocol Applies Cargoes are being carried that are not listed in applicable Gas Carrier Code. Cargo tanks to not require to be hydraulically tested. State cargo tanks examined and to credit for survey:       Yes/No/NA* Yes/No/NA* Yes/No/NA* Yes/No/NA* E. Non destructive testing of the plating in way of supports and also selected lengths of weld.08) . If any repairs to the cargo containment system (cargo tanks. (if applicable) Were independent cargo tanks of type “C” installed. – Check list items A. Confirm why there was no unauthorised modification to the installation of i-s (“zener”) barriers and associated wiring. (Where such testing raises doubt as to the structural integrity a hydraulic test is to be carried out at 1. The requirements of the annual survey and intermediate survey are to be complied with. verifying that the equipment has not been impaired owing to corrosion. tower structures. C & D. and may include double bottoms). Alternatively consideration will be given to pneumatic testing under special circumstances provided the full details are submitted for approval. should be subject to an internal examination. Any internal examination of spaces within the cargo area.

Have the results of these tests been reviewed and found in accordance with the containment system manufacturers/designers recommended limits) Note: (a) For Gaz Transport and Technigaz containment systems a leakage rate greater tan 4mb/10hr. if so report their condition of structure in way. will require to be investigated and corrective action carried out to the surveyor’s satisfaction. cargo booster pumps and cargo vapour compressors opened up for examination. Pressure relief valves adjusted to list at a pressure in accordance with D5. Confirm that the relief valve harbour settings checked. State pumps and compressors examined:       Yes/No/NA* E13. (alternative means of checking the secondary barriers will be considered). if required by the surveyor to enable the condition of the plating to be ascertained. (areas removed to be recorded) Equipment for the production of inert gas examined and shown to be operating satisfactorily with the gas specification limits. the barriers will be considered to remain efficient provided a cold spot examination of the adjacent steel work is satisfactory and records of the steel work temperature reading are verified acceptable. Pumping systems for the inter-barrier spaces checked and verified to be in good working order.1 E14 E15 E16 E17 If cargo pumps. supports and keys. to ascertain the condition of the pipe work. Were any repairs/modifications carried out to cargo liquid and vapour pipe work. Yes/No/NA* Yes/No/NA* Yes/No/NA* Yes/No/NA* Yes/No/NA* Form 2088 (2003. Renewal Survey Corresponding to SS I (Ships Five years Old) – General Requirements (Cont) E5 Yes/No/NA* Confirm that the cargo tank secondary batteries examined for effectiveness visually where possible or by pressure/vacuum test on the inter barrier spaces over a 36 hour period. confirm that the interval between examinations does not exceed 5 years. Where insulation is not accessible refer to C-(1). cargo booster pumps and cargo vapour compressors examined on a continuous basis.08) . Note: All safety relief valves that have their pressure checked/adjusted are to be listed and the list retained in the survey record. Insulation where accessible in way of the cargo tank or hull structure examined externally together with any vapour or protective barrier. and examined.Report no:       Page 9 of 13 E. (if applicable) Relief valves on cargo liquid and gas pipelines opened up for examination and their settings correctly adjusted.       Yes/No/NA* E6 E7 Yes/No/NA* Yes/No/NA* E8 E9 E10 E11 E12 Cargo tank internal pipes and fittings examined and were all valves and cocks in direct communication with the interiors of the tanks opened up for inspection and the connection pipes examined internally as far vacuum relief valves on cargo tanks and inter-barrier spaces opened up Pressure relief valves and as practicable. Special attention should be given to insulation in way of chocks. (b) Where cargo containment systems have secondary barriers which cannot be examined or tested and have been approved on the basis of extensive prototype testing. where considered necessary. Portions of the insulation are to be removed. Were any sections removed for examination. (global tests) The results of the pressure/vacuum tests to be retained in the survey record book. All such repairs are to be reported. Yes/No/NA* Yes/No/NA* Yes/No/NA* Yes/No/NA* Yes/No/NA* E13 Cargo pumps. Insulation to be removed from the cargo liquid and vapour pipe work.

E20 E21 Pressure relief valves for the storage of inert gas demonstrated to be in good working order. relief devices. State condensers examined: Yes/No/NA* Yes/No/NA*       Form 2088 (2003. (if applicable)       E23 E24 E25 If the ship was in dry dock were sea connections associated with confirm that the cargo handling equipment opened up and examined. suction filters and lubricating arrangements are to be examined. See also annual survey requirements C17 –(1)&(2) for inert gas and liquid nitrogen systems. End covers of each condenser removed and the tubes. piston rods. ) if provided/installed. State shaft seal alarms that were tested. Test carried out to demonstrate the effectiveness of bonding arrangements for the control of static electricity. Renewal Survey Corresponding to SS I (Ships Five Years Old) – General Requirements (Cont) E18 Pipe links. for distribution of the inert gas generally examined. Liquid nitrogen storage vessels examined as far as practicable and all control equipment. around the “K”. (b Visual condition of punch (pneumatic or missile device) for primary barrier space been checked. E22 Gas tight bulkhead shaft seals opened up and examined and sealing arrangements confirmed satisfactory on re-assembly. Notes:       Yes/No/NA* Yes/No/NA* Yes/No/NA* Yes/No/NA* Yes/No/NA* Yes/No/NA* Yes/No/NA* Yes/No/NA* E26 E. tube plates and covers examined. And to the tower’s expansion/contraction guidance system at the base. and by accessing the inner trunk deck space. Membrane LNG Cargo Tanks: (a ) Pump mast inspected A visual inspection is required on the pump tower. (Refer to the Survey status/masterlist) F1 Each reciprocating compressor opened up and examined cylinder bores. connecting rods. Crankshafts are to be examined but crankcase glands and the lower half of main bearings need not be exposed if the surveyor is satisfied with the alignment and wear. Renewal Survey Corresponding to SS I (Ships Five years Old) Re-Liquefaction/Refrigeration equipment The following items may also be examined on a continuous basis. valves etc. from the pump tower. State compressors examined: Yes/No/NA*       F3 F4 Was an approved system (by LR) of replacement compressors in use in lieu of on board surveys. pistons.08) .Report no:       Page 10 of 13 E. State compressors examined: Yes/No/NA*       F2 If other than reciprocating compressors were fitted when they opened up and examined. alarms and safety devices verified operational. – DO NOT TEST. glands. Yes/No/NA* E19 Pressure vessels for the storage of inert gas examined internally and externally together with the Yes/No/NA* securing arrangements. Arrangements for discharging the cargo overboard in an emergency checked. Special attention should be paid: To the double sleeve pipe penetrations through inner trunk deck. valves and seats. particularly where not evident from visual examination of bonding straps and their fastenings. “T” and “X” details.

State vessel examined:       Yes/No/NA* F7 F8 Confirm that sufficient insulation remove form the insulated pipes to enable their condition to be ascertained. were the associated compressors and heat exchangers opened up and examined as for re-liquefaction/refrigeration equipment (item F1).08) . Renewal Survey Corresponding to SS I (Ships Five Years Old) Liquefaction/Refrigeration Equipment F5 Refrigerant condenser cooling water pumps.25 times the working pressure or alternatively were selected representative lengths removed for testing and internal examination. List all safety valves removed from the plant and tested in a workshop together with their lift pressures:       Yes/No/NA* Yes/No/NA* No Attempt is to be made to test primary refrigerant pressure relief valves on board the ship. An examination of all pressure relief valves and/or bursting discs throughout the system carried out to confirm they were in satisfactory working condition. State pumps examined:       Yes/No/NA* F6 Where pressure vessels are insulated was sufficient insulation removed especially in way of connection and supports to enable the vessel’s condition to be ascertained.Report no:       Page 11 of 13 F. H1 Water cooled condensers in which the primary refrigerant is in contact with the shell pneumatically tested to a pressure equal to the designed working pressure on removal of the end covers. D. E. List condensers tested together with test pressure:       Yes/No/NA* H2 All other pressure vessels in the re-liquefaction/refrigeration. All the alarms associated with fuel gas burning systems verified in working condition. including stand by pump(s) which may be used on other services opened up and examined. tested and test pressure: List vessels       Yes/No/NA* H3 Liquid cargo pipe lines pneumatically tested to a pressure equal to 1. Renewal Survey Corresponding to SS I (Ships 10 years Old And Over) And Special Surveys Thereafter The requirements of A. G.5 times design pressure. for main propulsion purposes. B. C. Fuel gas pipe trunks or casings generally examined and the exhaust or inerting arrangements for these spaces verified. F and G to be complied with as applicable. Confirm that the steam side of steam heaters hydraulically tested to 1. Renewal Survey Corresponding to SS I (Ships Five years Old) Methane Burning Equipment The following items may also be examined on a continuous basis. methane burning and other cargo handling systems pneumatically tested as applicable to a pressure equal t the design working pressure. (see also C2 annual survey requirements) State date last tested by ship’s staff:       Yes/No/NA* Yes/No/NA* Yes/No/NA* Yes/No/NA* H. (refer to the Survey Status/masterlist) G1 G2 G3 G4 If boil off gas (methane) is used as fuel. State liquid pipe systems tested and test pressure:       Yes/No/NA* Form 2088 (2003.

E.g. Renewal Survey Corresponding to SS I (Ships 10 years Old and Over) and Special Surveys Thereafter H4 At special survey III (Ships 15 years old and over) and at each alternate special survey thereafter Yes/No/NA* thickness gaugings to be taken of plating of independent cargo tanks and also the hull structural plating surrounding the cargo tanks where insulated on one side.08) .Report no:       Page 12 of 13 H. ballast tank cofferdams:       Remarks       Form 2088 (2003. Report the condition of the protective coatings of the plating surrounding the cargo tanks where insulated from one side and list the areas where these examinations where held.

Signed statement by the Master confirming that a cold spot examination was carried out by ship’s staff. 3. intermediate. Type C independent tanks (also referred to as pressure vessels) are tanks meeting pressure vessel criteria and having a design vapour pressure not less than: Membrane Tanks 1. the hull scantlings are increased accordingly. temperature. The membrane is designed in such a way that thermal and other expansion or contraction is compensated for without undue stressing of the membrane. however.7 bar. the hull scantlings are increased accordingly and consideration is given.Report no:       Page 13 of 13 Notes A survey record book is to be kept on board for the use of the Lloyd’s Register Surveyors. ship’s staff or other responsible bodies for cargo tank contents. Ship’s check list of all testing of alarms and shut downs relating to the cargo containment and cargo handling systems. thereafter this information is to be retained in accordance with the owner’s document retention procedures. Form 2088 (2003. 3.08) . The design vapour pressure Po should not normally exceed 0. If. Note: the above information is to be kept in the survey record book until the certificate of fitness that it relates to expires. A copy of any test report for pressure/vacuum testing of the cargo tank inter-barrier spaces (primary and secondary). Where such tanks are primarily constructed of plane surfaces (gravity tanks) the design vapour pressure Po should be less than 0. A blank copy of the LR survey check list for ready information of the items to be examined at the required survey. the hull scantlings are increased accordingly. A completed survey control record (Sheet 4 of 4) detailing the surveyable items and dates of survey. however. Po may be increased to a higher value but less than 0.25 bar. 2. annual/intermediate classification/SOLAS surveys. 3. and consideration is given. 4. The design vapour pressure Po as defined in 4. to the strength of the supporting insulation. A interim certificate of class relating to all gas code. covering modification and/or repairs to the cargo containment/cargo handling systems. the design vapour pressure Po should be less than 0.7 bar. In any case the thickness of the membranes should normally not exceed 1 mm. 2. however.2. renewal surveys or other surveys related to the validity of the certificate of fitness. Po may be increased to a higher value but less than 0. A lower temperature may be accepted by the Administration subject to special consideration. they do not form part of the ship's hull and are not essential to the hull strength.7 bar. Ship’s staff/Owners Representatives and is to contain the following certificates and documentation and also be reviewed and signed by the Society’s surveyors on completion of an annual. 10 Any other relevant document which testifies to the efficient management/operation of the cargo . Independent tanks are self-supporting. Current certificate of fitness for the carriage of liquefied gases in bulk. 9. fatigue life and crack propagation characteristics. Type A independent tanks are tanks which are designed primarily using Recognized Standards of classical ship-structural analysis procedures. Independent tanks 1. where appropriate. All calibration records made by the manufacturers representatives. to the strength of the supporting insulation. however. 8. 3. There are three categories of independent tanks referred to in 4. Semi-membrane tanks are non-self-supporting tanks in the loaded condition and consist of a layer. Such designs require. special consideration by the Administration. Type B independent tanks are tanks which are designed using model tests. parts of which are supported through insulation by the adjacent hull structure.7 bar.4.25 bar. Integral tanks form a structural part of the ship's hull and are influenced in the same manner and by the same loads which stress the adjacent hull structure. Integral Tanks 1. where appropriate. Po may be increased to a higher value but less than 0.4. Copies of any approved plans together with approval letters stamped. the government Representatives of the State whose flag the ship is entitled to fly. If.4.6 should not normally exceed 0. 2.2. 2. whereas the rounded parts of this layer connecting the above-mentioned supported parts are designed also to accommodate the thermal and other expansion or contraction. Where such tanks are primarily constructed of plane surfaces (gravity tanks). Membrane tanks are non-self-supporting tanks which consist of a thin layer (membrane) supported through insulation by the adjacent hull structure. 4. 5. pressure and level gauges together with calibration records of cargo tank high and low level alarms and high level shut downs. 1. 6. 2.2. The definition of membrane tanks does not exclude designs such as those in which non-metallic membranes are used or in which membranes are included or incorporated in insulation. Port State Authorities.7 bar. Integral tanks may be used for products provided the boiling point of the cargo is not below -10°C.2 to 4. Semi-membrane tanks 1. refined analytical tools and analysis methods to determine stress levels. The design vapour pressure Po should not normally exceed 0.25 bar. containment/cargo handling systems. If. Cargo Containment: Definition of Cargo Tanks: 7.