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CARGO HATCH COVERS

GENERAL TECHNICAL REQUIREMENTS FOR MANUFACTURE

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2007

Table of contents

Page 1. General 2. Preparation of the welding structures details and requirements to the welding units 3. Sections 4. Welding 5. Details, received after the mechanical treatment 6. Fitter assembly of the units 7. Protection against corrosion, coatings 8. Hatch covers assembly 9. Containers sockets installation 3 4 5 7 7 7 8 10 3

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1. 1.1. 1.2. 1.3.

General

The present technical requirements are applied to details and structures of steel The technical requirements for manufacture of assembly units and details of the The present general technical requirements are provided as complementary to

hatch covers except assembly units and details of the hydraulic drive. hydraulic system are shown accordingly in the drawings. technical requirements stated out in the drawings.

2. Preparation of the welding structures details and requirements to the welding units

2.1.

The section is applied to between-sectional and force hinges, foundations, thrusts,

hoisting machinery, trays, drain sumps, brackets, separate knees and details, which according to overall dimensions can be welded to the above mentioned as well as floor and sections framing at a stage of work study before supply for assembly.

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Production of steel structures of sections, hinges and foundations should be done 5.9091-88 Steel vessel hulls. Production technique of hull details; 5.9092-81 Steel vessel hulls. Main regulations on production technique; 5.9324-89 Checking actions during production of steel surface vessel hull 5.9526-87 Thermal cutting of steel. Characteristic production technique 5.9079-80 Structural deformation of local welded steel hull structures of

in compliance wit requirements:

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units and sections; processes; surface vessels. Technological margin should be provided by edges of details supplied for the enlarged assembly for cutting suit to job requirements during preparation for an erection welding at installation. The specified in drawings edges grooving for welding should be carried out at installation after cutting suit to job requirements. Size of technological margin for details

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erected according to drawings of hatch covers, which are not joined with hull structure is 15 30 mm, for details, which are joined with hull structure up to 50 mm. 2.3. Track ways, packing fillets, trays, angle bars (or straps) for packing fillets are allowed to be produced by length as the welded details of several parts. Weld joints should be done with edges preparation, which provide complete fusion. Reinforcement of welding seams should be removed flush with the main metal. Here, roughness of surfaces is not less than manufacturer. 2.4. Edges of packing collars should have rounding with radius of 5 mm, roughness. . Points of joints location are at the discretion of the

not less than 2.5.

The welded constructions and assembly units details surface roughness by .

contours and butt ends, as well as cutout surfaces should be not less than Sharp edges of parts to be blunt, roughness not less than 2.6. 2.7.

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The not indicated extreme deviations of holes dimensions 16, h16, other Tolerance for dimensions done by forging according to 5.9032-71 Steel Details and assembly units manufacturer specifies shape, size of signs and scope

dimensions IT16/2, angle dimensions AT16/2. typical forging in shipbuilding, made by open hammer forging . 2.8. of marking.

3. Sections
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3.1. 3.2. 3.3.

The allowed values of local distortions of the details of: floor, webs and framing of Nonflatness of vertical outside webs is allowed up to 2 mm per 1m, but not more Lower edges of vertical outside plates of sections should be in the same plane.

sections should not exceed the allowed values according to gr. 1 5.9079-80. than 5 mm all over total length of the web. Local deviations of these edges from plane not more than 2 mm at length of 1 m are

allowed but not more than 5 mm all over total length and width of the sections. 3.4. Nonlinearity in web plane and in the framing T-beams face plate plane is allowed up to 2 mm per 1 m but not less than 5 mm all over total length.

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3.5. 3.6. -

Difference in lengths of section diagonal is not more than 6 mm. Joints and slots layout alteration by the building yard provided that the following joints and slots of floor, webs, angle bars should be moved away from adjoining 200 mm - between parallel butt welds; 75 mm between parallel fillet and butt welds; 50 mm between parallel fillet and butt welds over length not more than 2 m.

requirements will be met: seams at least:

Angle between two butt welds should be not more than 60. Web joint should be arranged at a distance of not less than 150 mm from the beam face plate joint and section floor joint at joining of the welded (out of sheet material) framing beams; 3.7. 3.8.

transverse beams, continuous stiffeners should not be joined in way of 0,125 of Scuppers for welds pass to be made as 1010 mm. Horizontal angle flanges for packing gasket should be parallel to supporting edges

beam span from both sides of span middle part.

of the section. Local deviations not more than 1 mm over length of 1 m and deviations within section overall dimensions not more than 5 mm are allowed. 3.9. If sections are fitted with thermal insulation then it is allowed not to carry out grinding of welding seams and other projections with height up to 10 mm, except points of packing rubber installation, from side of the insulation mounting. Sharp edges should
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be blunted.

4. Welding 4.1. 4.2. Electrical welding should be carried out in compliance with the Classification Welding of structures out of carbon and low-alloy steel hull plates to be made in

Society requirements. accordance with 5.9083-83 Steel vessel hulls. Welding of carbon and low-alloy steel plates . 4.3. Main types and structural elements of welding seams are assigned according to the following:

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14771-76 Gas shielded arc welding. Welded joints, except the specified 8713-79 Submerged welding. Welded joints. Main types, costructive types In out-of-the-way places carry out welds according to 5264-80 Welded

separately; and dimensions. joints seams. Manual arc welding. 4.4. On the grounds of production conditions and possibility of welding seams performance a manufacturing yard is allowed to change types of welding and welding materials without impairment of quality and structure as a whole after agreement between the Classification Society representative. 4.5. Welding seams and steel structures inspection should be done according to 5.1093-78 Welding joints of surface vessels steel hull structures. Procedure of inspections . 4.6. All welding joints to be checked by a visual inspection and measuring according to 5.121-85 Steel vessel hulls. Methods of welded joints checking by a visual inspection and measuring . 4.7. Welding seams of sections taking part in water-tightness provision should be tested using kerosene on chalk in compliance with requirements of 5.1180-87 Steel vessel hulls. Methods of testing on impermeability and air tightness .

4.8.

Butt welds of webs and flanges of strength beams out of sheet material of each

hatch cover section should be spot checked by radiographic method or US control in scope of 10% from total extent of welded joints ( but not less than two photographic pictures). Welded joints should be estimated as not less than 2 points of three-points system of quality assessment. Results of inspections should be registered by a building yard according to the set form and be kept till acceptance of covers by a commissioning group. 4.9. Butt edges of knees, profiles, webs and other details of the welded structures should be welded for prevention of crevice corrosion. 4.10. While welding of the enclosed spaces it is required to make operational openings 6 mm with the further on welding. 4.11. Fillet and butt welding seams inside slots and angle bars for packing rubber should be done with extreme deviation of weld leg and fillet weld reinforcement with

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mandatory inspection of these parameters in compliance with para.4.6 of the present technical specifications.

5. Details, received after the mechanical treatment 5.1. 5.2. 5.3. Technical requirements stated in the present section are related to details of type Places of marking to be chosen at free, non-mounting surfaces. The undisclosed extreme deviations of dimensions received after the mechanical

as axles, rollers, claws, bushings, dragging, bars, fastening and etc.

treatment:: diameters H14, h14, the rest of dimensions IT14/2, angle dimensions AT14/2. 5.4. 5.5. It is recommended to apply preservation lubricant 17 10877-76 for deck During long-time storage replace lubricant once a year after removing the old one sockets for containers and -24 lubricant for hand-rail sockets. beforehand.

6. Fitter assembly of the units


6.1. 6.2. 6.3.

Prior to assembly lubricate with thin layer of lubricant M-70 9762-76 or All lubricated spaces (of axles, bearings) to be filled with lubricant M-70

-24 21150-87 all seats of brackets, foundations, hinges. 9762-76 or -24.

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Gasket or packing rings (out of cardboard and felt) to be oiled with lubricant

3333-80 before mounting. Substitute solid oil of C grade with 10% content of graphite -4 8293-73. 6.4. Bearings alignment relatively to a roller case should be done at the expense of thickness of spacer ring.

7. Protection against corrosion, coatings 7.1. During the whole manufacturing process the yard should take measures on

protection of main parts of hatch covers against corrosion using means adopted at the yard and approved by the Customer.

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7.2.

Coating of bulky steel structures: sections, foundations, strength hinges and etc.and threaded openings should be lubricated with lubricant

is prime - 065, brown, 6-10-1435-78 with two layers, except seats and threaded openings. Seats 7.3. 7.4. 7.5. 7.6. M-70 9762-78. Inner surfaces of impenetrable spaces, hinges, brackets, thrusts and etc.to be Rubber packing sticking surfaces coating is enamel -00-010 with three layers Hatch covers painting to be done according to plan of the vessels designer. Coating of bolts, pins, nuts and split pins is zinc, phosphating with oiling according to be made hydrogen- free. coated with prime - 065, brown, 6-10-1435-78 with two layers prior to welding. 5.9566-84 Uniform system of protection against corrosion and deterioration.

to 5.9048-85. Spring washers out of steel 65 Ship details inorganic steel and non-steel coatings.

Coatings thickness should be chosen according to table 3 and table 5 5.9048-85 Bolts and nuts, except bolts, which serve as plugs in lubricating openings, should be mounted on damp prime in accordance with sub-paragraph 1.3.26 5.9048-85. 7.7.

It is allowed to paint inner surfaces of hatch covers instead of coatings of sub-

paragraphs 7.2. and 7.3. - according to plan of rooms painting works, with regard to outer surfaces- according to plan of deck exposed areas painting works.

8. Hatch covers assembly


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8.1.

Assembly of shutters and assembly of hatch covers onboard the vessel should be

done in compliance with 5.9862-81 Steel hinged-jointed hatch covers. Typical mounting technique. 8.2. 8.3. Difference of shutter diagonal lengths is allowed not more than 10 mm. Floor and outer walls of two adjoining sections of the cover should be in plane.

Allowable vertical and horizontal displacement in joints at Battened down position should not exceed 4 mm.

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8.4. details 8.5. 8.6. 8.7. 8.8. 8.9.

Rings, tubes, connecting branches and etc.for lubricant supply into the hinged should be soldered in compliance with 5.9171-83 59-1-03

16130-90 Welding wire and bars out of copper and copper-based alloys . Openings for battening down in horizontal flanges of coamings onboard the vessel Shutters folding and unfolding during adjustment of kinematics onboard the vessel Temporary welding of units should be done in scope that provides solidity of While performing works follow strictly instructions on safety engineering for the Quick-acting dogs springs tension adjustment to be done at force of 15 kgf at a to be done suit job requirements during assembly. to be carried out by means of shore cargo hoisting gears. assembly during installation and adjustment. specified types of works. lever length of 600 mm. 8.10. Serviceability of section hoisting gear should be provided due to adjustment of the lever as well as splays of guiding ways in way of rollers arrangement. Hereat, pay special attention to provision of minimum friction of rubber in way of rollers at the initial step of opening. 8.11.

Final installation and welding of thrusts for the shutter fixing in open position

should be done after assembly of the shutter and checking of kinematics. 8.12. Installation and welding of thrusts against sections displacement on the coamings to be done before installation of rubber packers. 8.13. Rubber gaskets sticking to steel in grooves to be done using an adhesive 88- 38-1051760-89 Shipbuilding cement . Sticking technique should correspond to 5.9767-79 Shipbuilding cement. Typical process technology of manufacturing and application. It is allowed to use import adhesives intended for sticking of rubber packing and sticking of it in section grooves using technique of the adhesive supplying company. 8.14. Allowable deviations of the middle of chalk imprint during checking of packing collars and cleats alignment relatively to the middle of rubber gaskets should be not more than 3 mm. 8.15. It is allowed to cut down gaskets by value of strengthening or weld leg in way of the remained gaskets. strengthening of butt and fillet welds in slots and angle bars for packing

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9. Containers sockets installation 9.1. 9.2. 9.3. 9.4. 9.5. Cutouts for sockets installation to be done according to a typical pattern. Welding of sockets to be done without outfitting. Non-parallelism of long axle of a rectangular cutout in the socket relative to lines of Difference of diagonal lengths of group out of four sockets for each typeNonflatness of a support surface of sockets group is not more than 2 mm, where

marking to be not more than 2 mm over length of 124 mm. dimension of containers is not more than 6 mm. deviation from parallelism of the support surface of each socket relatively to a hatch cover section should not exceed 0,3 mm over length of 1 m. 9.6. 9.7. Elevation of separate sockets above floor is allowed up to 20 mm. Displacement of socket center relatively to a constructive reinforcement for the

socket should not exceed 20 mm.

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