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FRAMO

Training

Courses

2003

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FRAMO Training Courses

are run regularly all year


round and to the best of our knowledge to the benefit of our
customers.
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It is our experience that personnel attending such training are able


to operate the FRAMO System more efficiently and economically.

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FRAMO Training - A good Investment


This has been proven by safer and more efficient cargo handling, quicker turnover and
reduced maintenance and operation costs.

FRAMO Training Team arrange

courses at

.. FRAMOSubsidiaries, Houston, Rotterdam, Singapore, Korea and Japan


.. Norwegian
Training Center (NTC), Manila, The Philippines
On board training - FRAMO Instructor riding the ship for 3 - 5 days
. The job onshore/offshore
. The Yard/In your office - worldwide
FRAMO Training Center, Bergen, Norway

FRAMO Standard
Maintenance

Training Seminar in Operation

and
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A 3-days training with following subjects:


- Correct operation during discharging, stripping, tank washing and cargo heating
- Trouble shooting and maintenance of the main components in the system
- "Hands-on" training on main components, such as: Cargo pumps, control valves,
relief valves, etc.
During 2002 we will arrange 2 Standard Seminars at each of our offices in Bergen,
Houston, Singapore and 4 Standard Seminars in Rotterdam, as well as 2 Seminars in

Athensand one in Yokohama and Pusan - i.e. 14 Seminars in total. The TrainingSeminar
willdeal with both operation and maintenance.

Schedule
Ber en
Rotterdam
Rotterdam
Houston
Sin a ore
Athens
Japan
Korea

28-30
11-13
18-20
11-13
10- 12
08-09
08 -09
12-13

Janua
Februa
Februa
March
June
April
October
November

2003
2003
2003
2003
2003
2003
2003
2003

19-21
02 -04
09 -11
21 -23
18-20
23-24

Au ust
Se tember
Se tember
October
November
September

2003
2003
2003
2003
2003
2003

FRAMO Seminar for Superintendents


A 3-days Seminar especially intended for Superintendents and other technical operators
of the FRAMO-equipped ships. The first one will be arranged in Bergen 04 - 06 June

2003, the second one in Rotterdam28 - 30 October 2003.


The main subjects will be:

.. Technicalbuild-upof the hydraulicsystemsand cargo pumps.


Preventive maintenance.

Annual inspection.

Pre-docking inspection

. Hands-on training. Evaluation of used spare parts


. Spare part stock on board
. Trouble shooting and repair work
Correct operation willalso be discussed.

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FRAMOTailor-made Training Courses

In addition, our tailor-made courses can be arranged all year round, at our training center ir
Bergen, Norway, or worldwide - related to specific systems and customers. Based upon your
special demands we will give you our best recommendation and special offer.

On Board Training
Particularlygood results have been achieved by On Board Training, where an experienced
person from FRAMOTraining Team willespecially highlight the followingsubjects:

. Theoretical and practical instruction of the ship's staff


. Operation, Cargo handling, Cargo pump's performance curves
. Supervise system adjustment
. Supervise disassembling of cargo pump and check that necessary special tools exist on bo
. Check filter box, hydro oil tank and storage tank and bring ashore hydro oil samples for
.

analysis
Evaluation of hydraulic system and cargo pumps (Technical Report)
After the course is completed, a Condition Report will be sent to the ship and owner

For your guidance, our present basic rates are:


1)

Three days Standard Courses in Operation and Maintenance at our offi


in Bergen, Rotterdam, Houston and Singapore: NOK 6.500,- per attendant.

2)

Three days Seminar for Superintendents


Rotterdam: NOK 6.500,- per attendant.

3)

Tailor-made Training Courses at our Training Department in Bergen or at our


subsidiaries abroad
- One day:
NOK 4.000,- per attendant
- Twodays:
NOK 5.500,- per attendant
- Three days:
NOK 6.500,- per attendant

4)

Training at the Yard or at the Shipowner's Office:


- Price per day for one instructor:
NOK 6.000,- Training manuals/materials:
NOK 1.100,- per attendant
- Travel, board and lodging for instructors willbe charged at cost.

5)

On Board Training

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at our premises in Bergen or

The stay on board willbe 3 - 5 days and price per day based upon a normal 8-hours
day, is NOK 6.500,-. Travel, board and lodging will be charged at cost.
Training Manuals, Condition Report and Oil Analysis are free of charge.
We are running contractual courses with several of the world's major chemical tanker operate
- with excellent results.

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Please do not hesitate to contact our Training Department for further details:
Telephone: +47 55 99 92 00
Telefax:
+4755999382
E-mail:
service@framo.no

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Frank Mohn Services AS


Head office: Frank Mohn AS, P.O.Box 98 Sicitthaug, 5851 Bergen, Norway,
Phone: +47 55 99 90 00, Telefax:
Frank Mohn Flat0YAS, Flat0Y, 5918 Frekhaug, Norway, Phone: +4755 99 94 00, Telefax:+4755 99 95 81
Frank Mohn Fusa AS, P.O.Box 10, 5641 Fusa, Norway, Phone: +4755 99 96 00, Telefax: +4755 99 97 80

+47 55 99 93 80

Frank Mohn Services AS, P.O. Box 44 SI&nhaug, 5851 Bergen, Norway, Phone: +4755999200,
Telefax: +4755 99 93 82
Framo Engineering AS, P.O.Box 174 Sandsli, 5862 Bergen, Norway, Phone: +4755 92 88 00, Telefax: +475592
8900
Frank Mohn Nederland BV, Edisonweg 18, P.O.Box 305, 3200 AH Spijkenisse, The Netherlands, Phone: +31 181 619311, Telefax: +31 181 611193
Frank Mohn Houston Inc, 1802 West D Street, la Porte, Texas 77571-4601,
USA, Phone: + 1 281 471 7920, Telefax: + 1 281 8425450
Frank Mohn Singapore Pte ltd, 17 Tuas View Circuit, Singapore
Frank Mohn AS Sweden Office, Askims Industrivag 1 A, 43634
Frank
Fronk
Frank
Frank

Mohn
Mohn
Mohn
Mohn

637575, Phone: +65 62102400,


Telefax: +65 6210 2401
Askim, Sweden, Phone: +46 31 682085, Telefax: +46 31 681048

Nippon K.K.,City-haz Chojamachi Building 6 - 3, Chojamachi 2-chome, Naka-Ku, Yokohama 231-0033, Japan, Phone: +81 452537155,
Telefax: +81 45 253 7188
Korea Office, Rm. 309, Yachting Center Bldg., 1393, Woo-1 Dong, Haeundai-Ku, Pusan, Korea, Phone: +82 51 743 6942, Telefax: +82 51 743 6944
China lid, Unit 1008, Pine City, 8 Dong An Road, Shanghai 200032, China, Phone: +8621 6443 8845 - +86 21 6443 8840 Telefax: +8621 6443 8846
do Brasilltda, Av. PresidenteVorgas, 463/19'
Ander, 20071-003 - Rio de Janeiro - RJ, Brazil, Phone: +55 21 25077898,
Telefax: +55 21 25077899

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Frank

Mohn

Edisonweg

Nederland

BV

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P.O. Box 305


3200 AH SPIJKENISSE
THE NETHERLANDS
Telephone:
Teiefax:
E-Mail:
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+31 181619311
+31 181 611193
fm.nederland(Q?framo. no

Contact persons:

Office:

Private:

Mobile:

General Manager
Tom Borge

181 650308

181 485025

653 152749

Spare Parts Department:


Manager
Arne Andersen
Rob Mannee

181 650350
181 650351

181641497
181212733

653 226339

Service Department:
Martin van Dijke
Willem Boardman
Eriklangendoen
Frode Borgund

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104184582
181645412
102132048

612459876
653 247722
653 350493
622 208870

Workshop Department:
Ad Moret

181 650326

786139491

651 365952

Rental Services:
Henk Heuker
Jelle Nieuwland
Hans de Kruif
Renee v.d. Starre
John Schroder

181 650360
181650361
181 650362
181 650362
181650362

187631938
187632313
181 338434
181 323900
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653 763289
651424760
653 159828
620 002106
626 480340

CusTomer Support :
Terie 0stensen

181 650327

181312090

653 485507

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Spares and Service Stations


Frank Mohn Houston Inc
1802 West 0 Street
La Porte, TEXAS77571 -4601
U.S.A.
Telephone:
Telefax:

E-Mail:

+ 1 281-471-7920 (24 hr/7 days)


+ 1 281-842-5450
fm.houston@framo.no

Contact persons:

Private:

Mobile:

General Manager
BendtNilsen

281-286-2156

713-249-4918

/ Offloading Services:
281-286-2156
Bendt Nilsen
713-631 -2902
BillCox

Rental

713-249-4918
713-828-3287

Spare Parts Department:


LarryTuck
CliffWashburn

281 -486-4458
281-326-1074

713-906-5905
713-299-1582

ServiceDepartment:
Jan Rune Fauskanger

281-461 -3596

713-249-4916

Trainingdept.:
Hugo Nikolaisen

281-480-5042

713-299-5332

281-996-7908

713-828-4209

Customer Relation/
Oil MonitoringProgram:
James Little

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Frank Mohn Singapore

Stations

PIe Ltd

17, Tuos View Circuit

SINGAPORE 637575
Telephone:
Telefax:
E-Mail:

+65 6210 2400


+6562102401
fm.sinCO!framo.no

Contact persons:

Private:

Moc

General Manager:
Harald Tvedt

6734 7603

981

ServiceManager:
J0m BergOlsen

6834 2658

963

Dep. Mngr. Customer Support


AlfDale
63101470

981

Assist.Mngr. Operation
Ang Meng Guan

68628242

973

Spare parts Manager:


Sam Tan

6310 3952

97

Accounts &Admin.Manager:
IvyLoh

67933657

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Spares and Service Stations
Frank Mohn Nippon K.K.
City-haz Chojamachi Building
6,3 Chojamachi 2-chome
Naka-ku, Yokohama 231 -0033
JAPAN
Telephone:
Telefax:
E-Mail:

+8145253-7155
+81 45253-7188
fmnippon(@framo.co.jp

Contact persons:

Private:

Mobile:

Pager:

General Manager:
N. Suzuki

45-973-3090

90-1542-5469

70-51 3:

Sales Manager:
S.Sato

3-5662-5052

90-3472 -3792

70-611 .

ServiceCo-ordinator:
AYamagishi

476-92 62 62

90-2525-2187

70-611 .

ServiceEngineers:
M.Kawai
K.Sasaki

45-381 -1014
44-751-6988

90-3472 -0225
90-1542-0950

70-51 3:
70-611

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FRAMO

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Frank Mohn Korea Office
Chang San Engineering Ca., Ltd
Rm. 309, Yachting Center Bldg.
1393, Waa- 1 Dang,
Pusan

Haeundai-Ku

KOREA
Telephone:
Telefax:
E-Mail:

+82 51 743-6942
+82 51 743-6944
fmsk@kornet21.net

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Contact persons:

Private:

Office:

Mobile:

51-743-6942

11-558-694

51-743-6942

11-597 -0233

51-702-5811

51-743-6942

11 -585-6941

51-817-6921

51-743-6942

11 -870-

51-704-1480

General Manager:
Sung

Kyu Kim

ServiceManager:
Woo Gi Baeg
Spare Parts Senior Engineer:
Sang Gil Lee

Engineer:

Seung Hun Lee

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51-624-2445

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Frank Mohn China Ltd
Unit 1008, Pine City
8 Dong An Road
Shangh'ai200032
CHINA
Telephone:
Telefax:
E-Mail:

+ 86 21 6443 8845
+86 21 6443 8840
+86 21 6443 8846
fmcnsh@public7.sta.net.cn

Contact persons:

Private:

Mobile:

Managing Diredor:
Colin S.P. Man

+85228062049

+852 9027 2351


+8613701685157

C. H. Shang
Y. P. Boo

+86 1390 173 9543


+86 1380 175 5944

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Frank Mohn do Brasil Ltda
Av. Presidente Vargas, 463 - 19 andar
Edificio Bonita

CEP 20071-003 Centro

Rio de Janeiro - RJ

BRAZIL

Telephone:
Telefax :
E-Mail:

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+ 55-21-2507-7888
framobr@framobr.com.br

Private:

Mobile:

55-21-2710-7724
55-21-2610-2918
(tel/fax)

55-21-9615-9378

55-21-9945-3830

Geraldo Moreira Junior

55-21-3391-0057
(tel/fax)
55-21- 3978-3539

Accounts& Admin.:
Gloria M. Duarte Moura

55-21-2498-5025

55-21-9299-8309

Contact persons:
General Manager:
LuizF. BassaniDias:

Service:
Ronaldo Dutra

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55-21-9768- 1574

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Spares

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Stations

Frank Mohn Services AS


P.O. Box 44 Slatthaug
5851 BERGEN
NORWAY
Telephone:
Telefax:
Telefax:
After office hours:
E-Mail:

+47 55 99 92 00
+47 55 99 93 82
+47 55 99 92 90

(Marine)
(Offshore)

+4790990006
service@framo.no
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Contact persons:

Office:

Private:

Mobile:

Director:
Oddvar Berge

55 99 92 20

55 12 01 95

901 96588

Commercial Manager
Marine:
ArvidAadland

55 99 92 03

55 24 32 29

915 38229

Commercial Manager
Offshore:
Trond PetterAbrahamsen

55999259

55 13 39 99

901 45266

ServiceManager:
Tore J. Gn;~tte

55 99 92 12

55 11 91 52

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Service Department
Marine:
Olav Berntsen
Geir E. Larsen
Magnar Hjart0Y
Gunnar B. Gundersen
Lars Erlend Brattab0
Frank Johnsen
Per Moberg
Vidar Torstad

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Guarantee Claims Coordinator:


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55 99 92 86

55 34 5037

909 77062
95043766
95043765
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95043755
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Commercial Department Marine
Spare parts, Up-gradings:
55 99 92 69
Bj0rn H. Johnsen
Thor-ChristianAndersen
55 99 92 14
55 99 92 47
Bj0rnAndersen
ArildBreistein
55 99 92 46

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MartinusFjeldstad
Jon Kristoffersen
Jostein Torp
KnutRiple
SveinNordeide
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IngeFlindtHermansen
Widar Thorvaldsen
Hostad Svein

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55 10 18 06
55 16 52 48
55 99 04 65

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55 99 92 43
55 99 92 81
55 99 92 91
55999297
55 99 92 96
55 99 93 15
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55 28 05 32
56 31 18 60
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95043789
95043730
95058152
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91779768
91779761
91811202

ServiceDepartment Offshore
FRAMO Products:
Geir Sivertsen

Olav Ronees
TorfinnLosnedahl
Terje Fauskanger
ErikNorheim
Inge Kvam

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ServiceDepartment Offshore
Partner Products:
Kare I. Christiansen
Magnus Minde
Geir Moe 0stvik

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55 99 93 05
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55 10 29 29

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55 28 24 05

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Sales Engineer:
Bard Oldervoll

55999221

55 24 08 82

900 17 105

Offshore Spare Parts:


Aage Thomsen
Jan AtleJacobsen
0yvind Eriksen
KnutOlav Berge
G.J. Mohamed

55 99 92 11
55 99 92 10
55999201
55 99 92 63
55 99 92 28

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55 19 41 83
55 10 41 27
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Why Framo Submerged


Cargo Pumps?

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Basic Hydraulic Systems

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and Components on a
"FRAMO-ship"

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Improved Tanker Design with Frank Mohn Cargo Pumping System


1.

Increased cargo carrying capacity


No pump room = more volume for cargo
Reduced steel weight and no hazardous pump room environment

2.

No suction lines inside tanks


No suction losses, quick stripping, easy cleaning

3.

All cargo piping on-deck


Total amount and sizes of cargo piping is substantially reduced
All piping and valves are located on-deck, easy to inspect and maintain

4.

In-Tank pumps have better stripping abilities with less amount of slop
Built-in stripping device. No extra stripping equipment required

5.

No obstructions inside tank provides quicker cleaning

6.

Submerged pumps offers the possibility of deck mounted cargo heaters which implies more
efficient heating and reduced steam consumption

7.

Reduced installation time for yard due to


less piping to install
no piping penetration between cargo tanks
all equipment located on-deck
coating of tanks can be done quicker with the highest quality due to no obstructions
inside cargo tanks when applying the coating
cargo pumps to be installed atter coating of cargo tanks

8.

Hydraulic power used for deck machinery, no separate power system required

9.

Submerged hydraulically driven ballast pumps implies less ballast piping

10.

Hydraulic system also to power hydraulic motor for bow thruster


Hydraulic motor can be located in hazardous area
Hydraulic motor stepless speed control fixed pitch propeller to be used

11.

Hydraulic drive gives stepless capacity and speed control of cargo pumps
Optimal power consumption regardless of terminal head, cargo viscosity or
specific gravity

12.

One pump in each tank offers full cargo segregation


More competitive in tough world market

13.

Framo submerged cargo pumps have increased discharge capacity at lower terminal heads which
implies shorter discharge time and more cargo carrying days of the ships

14.

Cargo pumps are easy to maintain with all service points located at the pump head
Pump to be serviced inside the tank no need for pulling the pump

15.

Hydraulic power plant totally assembled and tested by Frank Mohn prior to shipment
Modulized design I Easy to install by yard

16.

Advanced hydraulic system with low noise level

17.

Technical support to designers and Framo engineer present at yard during final installation and
commissioning, full scale testing

18.

Framo system guarantee

19.

World-wide service

20.

Framo training school for education of ship's crew

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A24470-LRS Hydraulic power unit

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A23872

Auxiliary hydraulic ur}it

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A21896

EI. operated cooling water valve

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Exhaust silencer / spark arrestor

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A25983

Flexible bellow

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A8096

Oil filling / transfer unit


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Flexible hose w/snap-on

coupling

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system w / equipment

20

A 10839

Filter arrangement for remote control


valve assembly

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Remote control valve assembly,


8 x valves
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Remote control valve assembly,


3 x valves

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Connectors/cables for remote control


valve assembly, L = 4,0 m

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valve assembly
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Emergency stop

0381-0782-3

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Set of cable glands

A24650

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A24621

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DRAWING NO.

0240-0034-4
30.09.98/HeS
4 of 8

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pump w I equipment
0919-0065-1

Portable pump TK150


Flexible hose, L = 24 m
Pump specification
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A 18222

Portable winch

0911-0438-1

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Snap-on coupling, return

0179-0035-3

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0179-0036-3

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0253-0035-3

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A50 18

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Top plate arrangement
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No.:
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Sect.: 2
Rev.:

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10Sep.99.
Page: 1

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2.0

GENERAL DESCRIPTION OF THE INSTALLATION

2.1

System description (design/operation)

2.1.1

DESCRIPTION

OF HYDRAULIC

SYSTEM

The hydraulic system is built as a central hydraulic main ring line system in closed
loop where hydraulic pumps deliver oil to a main pressure line. From this main
pressure line a number of hydraulic motors can be run provided that a sufficient
number of power packs have been started. In order not to overs peed the hydraulic
motors, a speed control valve is installed up stream of each motor.

The main hydraulic pumps are of axial piston type, swash plate design with variable
displacement. The pump displacement (swivel angle) is hydraulically controlled via
the pressure regulator on each pump.

At start~up, the variable pump is in max. swivel angle, and a pressure is built up in
the pressure line. This pressure is internally bled off through the pressure regulator
and a solenoid valve, energised at start-up, causing that the swivel angle is reducec
to min. After approximately 10 seconds for electric hydraulic power packs and
approximately 3 minutes for diesel hydraulic power packs, the solenoid valve is
de-energised and pilot oil from the pump will push the swash plate to an increased
swivel angle, and oil is delivered into the main pressure line. However, if no oil is
needed, a pressure is built up in the main pressure line. When this pressure reach
the set pressure of the proportional valve, the valve will open for oil through the
pressure regulator, and the swivel angle will decrease until a balance is reached
between oil delivery and oil consumption.

"

If the oil consumption from the cargo pumps is increased, the system pressure will
drop slightly, and the oil flow through the proportional valve will drop. Pilot oil from
the pump will now push the swash plate to increased swivel angle until a new
balance is reached between oil delivery and consumption.

By this system the oil delivery from the hydraulic pumps will always be the same as
the oil consumption from the motors.

All cargo and other pumps connected to the system may be remotely controlled fro!
Framo control panel, vessel computer or locally at each pump via the speed control
valve STC (Speed Torque Controller). This valve is designed to control the
discharge from cargo- and other pumps powered by a central hydraulic ring line
system.

The valve is set to a maximum oil flow, limiting the oil flow to the hydraulic motor an
thus limiting the motor speed and consequently prevents overspeed. The oil flow is
proportional to the speed, which can be steplessly regulated.
For further information about the STC-valve, see separate instruction.
The portable pump speed is locally controlled at the pump.
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One of the feed pumps on the auxiliary hydraulic unit (one in operation and one in

stand-by) circulates oil into the return/suction line and back to the unit, via the built-in
low pressure relief valve. The feed pump runs at full speed during operation of the
hydraulic pumps, and half speed when the hydraulic pumps are stopped. At half
speed, the feed pump keeps the hydraulic system pressurized at approximately

6 bar to avoid possible cargo leakage into the hydraulic oil.


The main filter and the oil cooler with a built-in temperature controlled shut-off valve
for the cooling water, are installed in the main return line to keep the oil clean and
the temperature within desired range. The shut-off valve is installed by the Yard on
the cooling water inlet line, but controlled from the FM system control system.

For safe operation of the system, several transmitters/switches/alarms are installed.


2.1.2

;
HYDRAULIC FLUIDS, FLUID CLEANLINESS

Hydraulic pumps, motors and controls are devices requiring close tolerances,
controlled wear surfaces, accurate finish and an adequate supply of clean hydraulic
fluid. Contaminated fluid will not provide proper lubrication and is a leading
contributor to reduced efficiency, excessive downtime and increased maintenance
cost.
Max. recommended water content is 300 PPM (0.03 %), and must under no
circumstances be above 500 PPM (0.05 %). If in doubt, please contact Framo.

Recommended cleanliness level is code 16/12 according to ISO 4406


(or CETOP PR20). 16/12 means that number of particles:
Above 5 micron in 100 ml is between 32000 and 64000.
Above 15 micron in 100 ml is between 2000 and 4000.
For further information, see separate instruction.
2.1.3

CARGO HEATING SYSTEM


Refer to dedicated system drawings and separate instruction.

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2.2

System description (electrical)

2.2.1

GENERAL
The Framo cargo pumping system is controlled by a Programmable Logic Control
(PLC) installed inside the control panel. The PLC is programmed by Framo and
provides the logic for safe operation of the system. Modifications of the
system/program carried out by others may effect the warranty of the system.

This section should be read in conjunction with dedicated system drawings.

2.2.2

ALARM SYSTEM

The alarms are divided into two groups:

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a)
b)

Alarms and shut down of the hydraulic system.


Alarms for indication (pre-warning) only.

All alarm inputs, except "excessive wear" are normally closed. This means that the
system is built up on normally closed contacts. Hence if a contact opens or there is a
loose wire, an alarm condition occurs, i.e. FAIL TO SAFE.
Each alarm is indicated with a flickering light and an acoustic signal until the
"acknowledge" push button is activated. If the alarm condition still is on, the lamp will
turn into a steady light and bu~er will stop
To clear group a) alarms, the "system reset" button must be activated before any
power pack can be restarted.
Group b) alarms have got automatic reset.
Please refer instrument list for applicable alarms and time delay.

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2.2.3

FEED PUMPS
Start/stop of the feed pumps is performed manually from control panel, or from the
electric starter cabinet. However, when initiating start of the first main power pack,
one of the feed pumps will automatically be started in high speed before the power
pack is started. When the power packs are stopped, the feed pump will switch from
high to low speed automatically after 10 minutes if this is not done by operator. Only
one feed pump can run at the time. Interconnections are made to prevent
simultaneous running. A running signal is provided for indication on the control
panel.
The high speed mode is used to keep a feed pressure on the suction side of the
main hydraulic pumps. One of the feed pumps must therefore be running in this
mode before any of the main power packs can be started.

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Ifthe feed pump stops when running in high speed and the power packs are
running, the second feed pump is started in high speed automatically. Ifthe running
signal for the second feed pump is not obtained within 3 seconds, the feed pressure
low alarm is initiated and the system willbe shut down.
The low speed mode is used to pressurize and deaerate the system to prevent
cargo leakage into the hydraulic system when the power packs are not running.
One of the feed pumps must therefore always be running in this mode when the
hydraulic system is not in operation.
Ifthe feed pump stops when running in low speed and the system is not in
operation, the return pressure lowalarm is initiated.
2.2.4

MAIN POWER PACKS

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Start/stop of the main power packs is performed manually from control panel, or
from the electric starter cabinet.

The power packs can be started in any sequence. The hydraulic pump will be
disengaged for 10 seconds during start-up of electric hydraulic power pack and for
3 minutes during start-up of diesel hydraulic power pack. The limit switches on the
suction line for each power pack will stop or prevent start of the corresponding
power pack only. An alarm light is provided for each power pack to indicate closed
valve.
If more than one power pack is loaded and the hydraulic oil temperature increases
to 65C or above, the control system will automatically unload all power packs in
sequence except for one. The running light will start flashing for the unloaded power
packs, and the high oil temperature alarm is re-initiated each time a new power pack
is unloaded. The power packs will automatically be reloaded in sequence when the
hydraulic oil temperature has decreased below 60C.
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When activating the stop button for a diesel engine, the hydraulic pump will
disengage and the engine will run unloaded in 3 minutes for cooling purpose before
the engine is stopped.
2.2.5

SYSTEM PRESSURE CONTROL

System pressure is set by means of the potentiometer at the front of the control
panel, as a voltage input to the PLC. The PLC output is amplified by the proportional
valve driver card to approximately 100 mA at minimum system pressure and
approximately 400 mA at maximum system pressure. The set pressure is
automatically set to zero until one of the power packs has been loaded.
The set pressure is compared to actual system pressure. If a pressure drop has
occurred, the PLC is limiting output set pressure to maximum 40 bar above actual
pressure. This is to assure smooth operation when starting/stopping power packs
and consumers. This function is not active in manual override, mode 2.

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2.2.6

REMOTE CONTROL OF HYDRAULICALLY

DRIVEN PUMPS

The command signals from potentiometers at the front of the control panel are fed
directly into the proportional valves for speed control. The built in pressure
transmitters give a 4-20 mA (0-300 bar) feedback signal to the instruments on the
control panel.

2.2.7

COOLING WATER VALVE

The valve is automatically controlled and will receive "open" command at hydraulic
oil temperatureabove50C. It will stay open until the temperature decreases to
below 30C when "close" command is given.
If there is a mismatch between command- and feedback signal, an alarm will be
released after 1 minute. If a failure in the temperature monitoring loop occurs, open
valve command is given.

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2.2.8

SYSTEM SHUT DOWN

Please refer to instrument list for applicable shut down functions.


If a shut down function is initiated, the PLC will give shut down command to the
power packs in sequence. The first power pack stops immediately. The delay
between shut down command of each power pack is 0.75 seconds. The feed pump
will stop together with the first power pack.

2.2.9

MANUAL OVERRIDE OPERATION


Please refer to section 5.

'2.2.10

TROUBLE SHOOTING
Please refer to section 6.

2.2.11

DIESEL ENGINE CONTROL SYSTEM


Refer to separate instruction.

2.2.12

INERT GAS PRESSURE LOW


Input from external system, handled as:
- group b) Alarm in addition to shut down of cargo pumps

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2.2.13

CARGO PRESSURE HIGH

Input from external system, handled as:


group b) Alarm in addition to shut down of cargo pumps

2.2.14

ELECTRIC CONTROLLED BALLAST PUMP EJECTOR

The ejector for the priming system is automatically controlled by the PLC. The PlC
receives input from a combined high- and low level switch installed in the pump
casing and engages/disengages the solenoid valve for ejector pilotair control.The
ejector is started when low level is detected, and stopped at high level. Time delay
for start and stop is 2 seconds. The logic incorporates an interlock to prevent starting
the ejector unless at least one power packs is running and operator's pressure
command is more than 30 bar.
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2.2.15

INTERFACE TO VESSEL CONTROL SYSTEM

The Framo cargo pumping system can be operated/monitored from Framo control
panel or remotely from vessel control system (VCS). Mode is selected in front of the
Framo control panel. Available control and monitoring signals are indicated on
dedicated system drawings.
2.2.16

INTERFACE TO POWER MANAGEMENT SYSTEM (PMS)

A 'start request' signal is sent from Framo system to PMS. Start is prohibited until a
'power available' signal is received from PMS. For detailed arrangement, refer to
dedicated system drawings.

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3.0

TECHNICAL DATA FOR THE SYSTEM

3.1

System data

Oil SUPPLY

(At maximum hydraulic system pressure:


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Feedpump
Number of power packs:
Hydraulic pump type:
Hydraulic pressure (differential):
Electric motor type:
Protection:
Power supply:
Pump speed:
Oil delivery (each power pack)
Electric motor rating:
Rated normal current:
Starting current (direct on-line):

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2
L3MF70/112-IFOKT-O-S
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Number of coolers:
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Water temperature (inlet/outlet):
Pressure drop, water side:
Max. water inlet pressure:

1
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140 m3/h
38 142 C
0.18 bar
4 bar

Hydraulic oil transfer unit


Number of transfer units:

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Transfer pump type:


Hydraulic pressure (differential):
Electric motor type:
Protection:
Power supply:
Pump speed:
Oil delivery (each power pack):
Electric motor rating:
Rated normal current:
Starting current (direct on-line):

1
PG-KRAL CKCR15U
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2,6 A
15,1 A

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Cargo heater
Mode 1/ Design:
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Mode 3: As above, but AirlSea +55C 1 +38C

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f16AR2x 200

f16AR2 x 200

Number: (* see below) (A)


Cargo Tank No.

1+1
1 PIS

1+ 1
2 PIS

f16AR2 x 200
3+3
3 - 5 PIS

Tank Volume (m3) 100%

4.765

7.360

7.460

6.940

Mode 1

837

1147

1163

1175

Mode 2

727

1040

1055

Capacity:
(kW)

Heating medium
consumption:
(kg/h)

1+ 1
6 PIS

1034

Mode 3

632

935

948

908

Mode 1

1300

1780

1810

1830

Mode 2

1130

1620

1640

1610

Mode 3

980

1450

1470

1410

Pressure drop - steam


Mode 1 12 I 3 (bar)
Mode 1
Circulated cargo:
(m3/h)
Mode 2
Mode 3

0,5010,30/0,20
130

0,95/0,70 I 0,50
180

1,0/0,7010,50
190

1,1/0,70 I 0,45
200 .

90

140

140

140

60

11O

110

100

Pressure drop - cargo


Mode 1 I 2 13 (bar)

0,50 I 0,30 I 0,20 0,95/0,7010,5011,0/0,7010,50

Heating medium:
Inlet temperature (on heater):
Outlet temperature:

Saturated steam 8 bar(a)


170C
90C

Cargo data:
Type of cargo:
Inlet temperature:
Viscosity at inlet temperature:

Crude OilI HFO No.6


55C
370 cSt

Material:
Material in shell:
Material in tubes:

St.35,8 - DIN17175

1,1/0,70 I 0,';1

St.35,8 DIN 17175

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SERVICE MANUAL
FOR
CLOSED CIRCUIT

FRAMO

No.:
Date/sign.:
Sect.: 3
Rev.:

922
10Sep.99/HeS
Page: 2
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Com ponent

data

Main electric hydraulic power pack


Number of power packs:
Hydraulicpump type:
Pump speed:
Oil delivery (each power pack):

Hydraulicpressure (differential):.
Electric motor type:
Protection:
Electric motor rating:
Rated normal current:
Starting current (direct on-line):
Starting current (Auto-Trafo):
Power supply:

2
A4VSO 500DP /22R-PPH 13NOO-SO659
1785 rpm
776 I/min.
276 bar
ABB-M2FA 315 lC4
IP 23
420 kW
706 A
4410 A
~
1334 A
440 V I 60 Hz I 3 Ph

Main electric hydraulic power pack


Number of power packs:
Hydraulic pump type:
Pump speed:
Oil delivery (each power pack):
Hydraulic pressure (differential):

Electric motor type:

Protection:
Electric motor rating:
Rated normal current:
Starting current (direct on-line):
Starting current (Star-Delta):
Power supply:

2
A4VSO 500DP 122R-PPH 13NOO-SO659
1785 rpm
776 I/min.
276 bar
ABB-M2FA 315 MB4
IP 23
250 kW
396 A
2851 A
862 A
440 V I 60 Hz I 3 Ph

Main diesel hydraulic power pack


Number of power packs:
Hydraulic pump type:
Pump speed:
Oil delivery (each power pack):
Hydraulic pressure (differential):
Diesel engine type:
Diesel engine rating:
Specific fuel oil consumption:
Starting system:
Water requirement:(Min./Max.)
Water temperature (inlet/outlet):
Pressure drop, water side:
Max. watr inlet pressure:
Exhaust gas temperature:
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3
A4VSO 500DP 122R-PPH 13NOO-SO659
1770 rpm
778 I/min.
276 bar
Cummings KTA 19G3
463 kW
206 g/kWh at full load
Air - max. 10.3 bar
126/30 mJ/h
36156 C
0.27 bar
3.45 bar
500C

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CONTROL VALVES
FCV 400, 800, 1600
STC-25/30/40/50/60

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purposes

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III

CONSTANT TORQUE CONTROLLER

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200495/Vavd/kurs/FCV

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Connection for
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1375-017-4

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SPEED TORQUE CONTROLLER (STC)


ALL BOLTS AND NUTS HAVE TO BE ASSEMBLED WITH A SPECIAL TORQUE.
IF NO TORQUE IS SPECIFIED, USE TORQUE ACCORDING TO FOLLOWING
TABLE:

STAINLESS STEEL BOLTS AND NUTS, QUALITY A4-80

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M6
9.2 Nm

M8
22 Nm

M10
44 Nm

M12
76 Nm

M16
190 Nm

M20
370 Nm

All bolts and nuts are to be fastened using a torque wrench. Remember to coat the
threads and underneath bolt heads/ nuts with "Molybdenum disulphide" prior to
assembling.
.

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CONTROL VALVE ASSEMBLY

Junction Box
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pressure A

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Frank Mohn Services AS

Rev. B: 12/02

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MAKEYOU UPTO DATEWITH THE LATESTNEWS FROM FRANKMOHN SERVICES

Filtration

Oil cleanliness

Main key to achieve a long lasting well functioning cargo pumping plantand improvement of the total economy

* Oilsamplingevery

*
*
In

month

Particle countingISO 4406


Never mix the hydr.

oil with other

brandsof lub. oil.

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dirtcapacity give longer service


intervals and improved economy

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Pressure drop over the filter


combined with particle counting
is the only safe indicator when to
change the filterelements.

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Cheap- non original- filters are


always costly in the end.

Head office: Frank Mohn AS, P.O. Box 98 SICitthaug, 5851 Bergen, Norway,

Phone: + 47 55 99 90 00, Telefax: + 47 55 99 93 80

Frank Mohn Flat0YAS, Flat0Y,5918 Frekhaug, Norway, Phone: + 47 55 99 94 00, Telefax: + 47 55999581
Frank Mohn Fusa AS, P,O, Box 10, 5641 Fusa, Norway, Phone: + 47 55 99 96 00, Telefax: + 47 55 99 97 80
Frank Mohn Services AS, P,O, Box 44 Sl6tthaug, 5851 Bergen, Norway, Phone: + 47 55 99 92 00, Telefax: + 47 55 99 93 82
Framo Engineering AS, P,O, Box 174 Sandsli, 5862 Bergen, Norway, Phone: + 47 55 92 88 00, Telefax: + 47 55 92 8900
Frank Mohn Nederland BV,Edisonweg 18, P,O, Box 305,3200 AH Spijkenisse, The Netherlands, Phone: + 31 181 619311, Telefax: + 31 181 611193
Frank Mohn Houston Inc, 1802 West D Street, La Porte, Texas 77571-4601, USA, Phone: + 1 281 471 7920, Telefax: + 1 281 842 5450
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Frank Mohn Singapore PIe Ltd, 17 Tuas View Circuit, Singapore 637575, Phone: + 65 62102400,

Telefax: + 65 62102401

Frank Mohn AS Sweden Office, Askims Industrivag 1A, 43634 Askim, Sweden, Phone: + 46 31 682085, Telefax: + 46 31 681048
FrankMohn Nippon KK, City-hazChojamachi Building6 - 3, Chojamachi 2-chome,Naka-ku,Yokohama231-0033, Japan, Phone: + 81 45 253 7155, Telefax:+ 81 45253 7188
Frank Mohn Korea Office, Rm,309, Yachting Center Bldg" 1393, Woo-1 Dong, Haeundai-Ku, Pusan, Korea, Phone: + 82 51 743 6942, Telefax: + 82 51 743 6944
Frank Mohn China Ltd,Unit 1008 Pine'City, 8 Dong An Road, Shanghai 200032, China, Phone: +86 21 6443 8845, Telefax: +86 21 6443 8846
Frank Mohn do Brasil Ltda, Av, Presidente Vargas, 463

- 19 Ander,

20071-003 - Rio de Janeiro, RJ,Brazil, Phone: + 55 21 25077898,

Telefax: + 55 21 25077899

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HYDRAULIC OILS MEETING


FRAMO GENERAL SPECIFICATION

FRAMO

No.:
Date:
Sign.:
Page:

1400-068-4

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03Jul~

1 of 1

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Rev. C: I6June 98/

Trade names 1) and general specification


for hydraulic oils for use on
Framo hydraulic system designed after 6-83
I'AGIP

ARNICA 46

GENERALSPECIFICATION

ANTAR

VISGA 46*

BP

BARTRAN 46
BARTRAN HV 46*

HYSPIN AWH-M 46*

CASTROL
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CHEVRON

IMECHANISM LPS 46*

11.

ELF

IVISGA 46*

12.

ESSO

INUTOH46
UNIVIS N 46*

FINA

Hydraulicoil
be used on
Framohydraulicsystem
must meet theto
following
specification
unless a
different specification is received in writing from

MOBIL
SHELL

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IHYDRAN TS 46
HYDRAN TSX 46*

15.

According to ISO 3448.


If a high VI oil is to be used, we recommend

DTE25

DTE 15 M*
TELLUS 46
TELLUS T 46*

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13.
4.

DIN 51524 part 2 for antiwear hydraulic oils


type HLP.
Sperry Vickers 35VQ25 AIIXX20 test as
described in Sperry Vickers form M-2952-S.
FZG AJ8,3/90 test, load stage 10 according to
DIN 51354 part 2.
ISO VG 46.
Viscosity
According to ISO 3448.
Viscosity index. Min. 95.

6.

an oil viscosity for initial filling of 50-55 cSt


at 40C. If necessary by mixing with an
ISO VG 68 oil.
Max. -26C
Pour point

Accordingto DIN 51597.

IRANDO

OIL HD 46

RANDOOILHD Z 46*
TOTAL

IAZOLLA

46

If another hydraulic oil is intended used, Frank Mohn AS must be contacted for comments.
Mixing of the different hydraulic oils should be avoided.
If different hydraulic oils have to be mixed, the oil companies in question must run a
compatibility test and guarantee the compatibility prior to mixing.

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Formulation of different oils is a continuously changing process. The oils listed here are
according to information available to Frank Mohn AS meeting general specification stated in
this paper. It is, however, the responsibility of each oil company to specify hydraulic oils
meeting this specification.
Rebranded oil is not acceptable.
*
High viscosity index oils (VI > 140).
Note: High V.I. oils are only required for low temperature applications.
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No.14 -1996

Service BuIletin Keeps you up to date with latest news from Frank Mohn Services
Condition monitoring of your cargo pumping system
carried out in Rotterdam, Houston, Singapore and Bergen.

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FRAMO

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To perform maintenance based on condition monitoring is proven cost effective. A continuous follow
up on the condition of the cargo pumping system will give optimum lifetime of the components in the
system, and unforeseen shut down and break down will be reduced.
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The primary advantages are:


.
Secure systemapproval fromvarious authorities
.
Avoid interferencewith vessel operation
.
Preventiveactions to limitemergency repairs
.
Increased lifetimeof hydraulic components
.
Reduced maintenance cost
.
Optimum performance of your cargo pumping
system
.
Betterpossibilityto plan the maintenance and to
have spares available
The condition monitoring program offered by FRAMO
contains:

Attendanceby qualifiedpersonnellat a harbour

with FRAMO service station


Communication with ship's staff to land oil
sample if vessel is not in FRAMO station area

The oil analysis is an important parameter for


analysing the condition of the hydraulic system. Our
program contains 3 different levels, as follows:
LEVEL 1: Portable cleanliness

indicator

LEVEL1:

Simplifiedcleanliness test, quarterly


Test to be carried out onboard the vessel by
means of a portable cleanliness indicator.
Guidance info to verify if the oil is within
FRAMO's acceptance criteria or not.

LEVEL2:

Particlecountingand water contenttest, '-'


semi-annual
Oil sample to be analysed at FRAMOtest
laboratory acc. to ISO 4406.
Number and size of particles.
Water content

LEVEL3:

Fulloil analysis,annual
Oil sample to be analysed in a chem. lab
institute.
Spectral analysis of the oil including:
Flashpoint.
Anti wear composition of the oil.
Specific gravity.
Water.
Viscosity.
Total acid no.
Chlorides.

LEVEL 2: Particle counter Promo test laboratory

I..,

To get a reliable oil sample, it is important that the correct procedures are followed and the same
sampling point is used each time. If the ship does not sail in an area with a FRAMO service station,
certified clean bottles and shipment containers will be applied together with labels and detailed
procedures.
During our visit in one of the "FRAMO ports" we will
inspect additional important parameters which will be
evaluated to establish the overall condition of the
system

Thiswill include but is not limited to:


.
General inspectionof the systemfor leakages,
abnormal noise, etc.

Checkfor air in thesystemand deaerateif

necessary.
Check of magnetic chip detectors.
Check L\p indicator for hydraulic oil filters.
Control of hydraulic oil tank drain.
Evaluation of purging routine, status on the
cargo pumps cofferdam.

.
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.

Generalassistance
to theship'sstaffin operation

Containers approved for air freight

of the system, if required.

Magnetic chip detector

Thewhole program will be organized through one


FRAMOservicestationwhich will:
Call up the ship when the next sample/visit is
due.
.
Coordinate activity for any action if the vesselis

close to another service station.


Perform statistical analysis of the different tests
and samples.
Make a total report based on the available
information from samples, inspection on board
and consumption statistics.

Proposalfor any actions required.

...,

for condition

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Looking forward
to be your partner in
condition monitoring
of your cargo pumping
system.

of hydraulic oil

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Frank Mohn ServicesAS


Service Bulletin

No. 12

Keep you up to date with the latest news from Frank Mohn Services A

Air Venting in Hydraulic System

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FRAMO

AIR
VENTING

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COOLER

AIR
VENTING

HYDR. PUMP

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Air free hydraulic system gives:


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Increased

Reduced damage

Reduced maintenance

lifetime of components
of components

Reduced pressure peaks!


IIhunting" in the system

SUBMERGED

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CARGO PUMP

GENERAL

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In this Service Bulletin we would like to highlight the importance of keeping your
Hydraulic System "air free", to avoid failure, and in the worst case break-down of
compone.nts.
Air in a hydraulic system is a contamination and is critical to the performance and
lifetime.
Design practice of the hydraulic system foresees neither air in the oil, nor air as free
pockets-in the piping system.
During commissioning at the shipyard, after oil filling and flushing, air venting is an
important part of the "start-up procedure".
Air venting must be a part of your Periodical Maintenance program.
and is important after every service.

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Any air in the system will accumulate to "high points" in the system; where vent
cocks shall be installed.

Necessary time for air venting after service I repair must be included in the
total scope of work, even if time schedule is limited.

HOW TO PREVENT AIR ENTERING INTO THE SYSTEM

. Do not open a hydraulic system unless service/repair

,
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is required.

. After service/repair the air shall be vented as close to the actual component as
possible to avoid any "locked-in" air pocket(s) to be mixed into the oil after start-up.
-Air vent the component prior to opening service valves(s).

. Check that all connections,

Q-rings, gaskets, shaft seals and threads are tight.


-Air can be sucked -in from any opening to atmosphere.

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HOW TO DETECT AIR IN THE SYSTEM


Remark

--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

. Cargo ~umpwill not start from remote.

Possible

--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Yes
Level variations in the hydraulic oil tank at different
system pressure.
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Yes
. Back flow to hydraulic oil tank during stand still.
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Yes
. Foaming in the hydraulic oil tank.
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------. Oil sample "milky" I white, or air bubbles mixed into the oil. Yes
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Possible
. Abnormal noise from hydraulic pumps or motors.
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Uncontrollad pressure variations (hunting) during operation. Possible


-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Possible
. Pressure peaks I shock in the system during start I stop

of consumers.

--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

HOW TO AIR VENT THE SYSTEM


Use vent cocks installed in the piping system and on components.
-Take the necessary time for air venting.

In a closed loop system with feed pumps or pilot pumps, air


venting shall be done while these are running.

Even if air venting after service of component have been carried out, repeat
the air venting when the hydraulic oil temp. have reached 50-55 C

.,
Air venting on the variable pump.
Air venting on
Flow Control (FCV)
valve for submerged
cargo pump

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Main Hydraulic Power Packs,


Tank, Cooler, Filter, etc.

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"High point" vent.

valves at the end


of hydraulic
main lines

Vent on the return line


after service on cargo pump.
Note: Include time for venting

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valve

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valve

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Purging Routine
New routine for distribution and filing.

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Date: 14.01.77
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PURGING INSTRUCTION FOR


FRAMO SUBMERGED CARGO PUMPS

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CONTENTS

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PAGE

1.0 WHY PURGING THE COFFERDAM?

2.0 HOW TO PURGE THE COFFERDAM

3.0 PURGING INTERVALS, -LOGGING OF PURGING RESULT

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4.0 EVALUATION OF THE PURGING RESULT

5.0 TROUBLE SHOOTING

6.0 PRECAUTIONS TO BE TAKEN WHEN HANDLING SPECIAL TYPES


OF CARGOES

7.0 EXAMPLE OF PURGING FORM

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PURGING INSTRUCTION
FOR FRAMO SUBMERGED
CARGO PUMPS

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No.
Date/sign.:
Page:
Rev. H:

1000-0010-4
14Jan77
2 of 9
05AugO2/JBe

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This procedure is to be followed for purging of submerged cargo pumps with dry cofferdam
For submerged cargo pumps on FSO'S and FPSO'S, refer to instruction 1000-102-4.
1.0 'WHY PURGING THE COFFERDAl\'I?
- leakage detection
- condition monitoring of the shaft seal system
- avoid that leakage's are blocking the cofferdam

Airllnert gas supply


Exhaust Trap

Vent line
Drain Valve

gas return
Airllnert

Container for
collection of
leakage after
purging'

Cofferdam
Check pipe

Purging valve block


with relief valve

2.0 HOW TO PURGE THE COFFERDAl\'I


Preparation:
- place a suitable container underneath the
exhaust trap to collect the leakage.
- check that valve and bottom of exhaust trap
is not clogged by residue after last purging
operation. Stick up with a pin if necessary.
- check that the drain hole from the relief valve
on the purging valve block is open.
Location and design of purging valve is
different for the various pump types. For
technical details, refer to the pumps service
manual.
- connect air or inert gas supply to the snap-on
coupling on the purging valve. (Maximum
supply pressure is 7 bar.)
- drain the supply line for condensed water.
Purging:
NOTE: To prevent damage from dangerous
cargoes, take necessary precautions, wear
safety gear, and avoid contact with drain from
exhaust trap.
- open valve on airlinert gas supply line
- check that airlinert gas is coming out of the
exhaust trap vent line. (Cofferdam is open)
- the relief valve on the purging valve block is
set to an opening pressure of 3 - 3.5 bar, so a
small leakage here is normal

purge cofferdam in several sequences if required

- drain exhaust trap between each sequence


- disconnect airlinert gas supply
- close exhaust trap drain valve
- measure the amount of leakage,-evaluate and
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No.
Date/sign.:
Page:
Rev. H:

PURGING INSTRUCTION
FOR FRAMO SUBMERGED
CARGO PUMPS

FRAMO

1000-0010.
14Jan77
3 of 9
05AugO2/JI

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3.0 PURGING INTERVALS, -LOGGING OF PURGING RESULT

1. Immediately before
loading.

DISCHARGE

VOYAGE

LOADING
1.

1-2 days after loading.

1.

Immediately before
dis.charging.

2.

If no leakage at step 1,
purge every fortnight.

2.

Immediatelyafter(
discharging.

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If leakage is detected at

step 1, or at a later stage


during the voyage, purge
this pump every day.
4.

If pumps are used for


cargo circulation during
the voyage, the cofferdam
must be purged before
start and after stop.

NOTE! Purging neglection can result in a blocked cofferdam.

The purging form should be filled in with the results from every purging operation. Each
horizontal line in the form represents one cargo in one tank from loading till discharging. If a
ship loads and discharges some tanks more frequently than other, an extra form should be
filled in for these tanks.
Fill in the columns as follows: (see page 9 for example of purging form)

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Tank no.
Cargo
Date
Result

Remarks

: -tank no.
: -type of cargo
: -date for the purging operation

: -If no leakage,write OK

-If leakage, write amount of leakage in litres and type of leakage


(Example: 1H = 1 litre hydraulic oil, 1C = 1 litre cargo, 1H/C = 1 litre mixture
of hydraulic oil and cargo)
: -note action taken. Example: new seal installed, etc.

Filled in purging form to be sent to Shipowner and to Framo


(Green copy for the ship, red copy for the Shipowner and white copy for Framo.)
The ship's staff on board have the primary responsibility for purging and necessary action to
be taken. In case the ship's staff need information/advise, contact FRA.MO on telefax no.
+47 55 9993 82. Alternatively call +47 55 99 92 00, or after office hours + 47946845
70.

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PURGING INSTRUCTION
FOR FRAMO SUBMERGED
CARGO PUMPS

No.
Date/sign..
Page:
Rev. H:

1000-0010-4
14Jan77
4 of 9
05AugO2/J Be

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4.0 EVALVATION OF THE PURGING RESULT.


4.1 Cargo leakage.
Cargo in the cofferdam can come from shaft seals, flange face seals in pipestack/pumphead or
damage (cracks)-on the pipestack/pumphead.
A small leakage rate over the shaft seals up to about 0.5 lIday during pump operation is
nonnal, and replacement of seals should not be necessary with this leakage rate. For short
periods of time, higher leakage peaks can occur. The leakage rate is also depending on the
type of cargo. Some cargoes like naphtha, condensate etc. penetrate the shaft seals more easily
than lub. oils, vegetable oils and other viscous cargoes.
If the leakage rate is up to about 2 litres/day, the pump must be purged a couple of times daily,
and inspected as soon as possible to find the reason for the leakage.
Intensify the purging if the leakage rate is increasing above acceptable level. If this is not
keeping the leakage under control, do not operate the pump; use theportable pump to
discharge the cargo.

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The development of a cargo leakage can be followed if purging is done according to specified
intervals. Thereby maintenance work can be planned, and unexpected shut down due to
leakage can be avoided.

4.2 Hydraulic oil leakage.


Hydraulic oil in the cofferdam can come from shaft seals, flange face seals in pipestack/
pumphead or damage (cracks) on the pipestack/pumphead.
A small leakage rate into the cofferdam up to about 10 ml/h (0.25 l/day) from the mechanical
oil seal or lip seal during pump operation is normal. For short periods of time, higher leakage
peaks can occur.
If the leakage rate is increasing above acceptable level, the pump must be purged a couple of
times daily, and inspected as soon as possible to find the reason for the leakage.
Intensify the purging if the leakage rate is increasing above acceptable level. If this is not
keeping the leakage under control, close the hydraulic service valve. Do not operate the pump,
use the portable pump to discharge the cargo.

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FRAMO

PURGING INSTRUCTION
FOR FRAMO SUBMERGED
CARGO PUMPS

No.
Date/sign.:
Page:
Rev. H:

1000-0010-4
14Jan77
5 of 9
05Au.9.2/J8e

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5.0 TROUBLE SHOOTING.

Symptom:
No air/inert gas is
coming out of the
exhaust trap vent
pipe when purging

Possible reason:
Remedy:
Blocked cofferdam Check the exhaust trap and piping for blockage.
system
Open if possible.
If the blockage is not possible to open, do not
operate the pump. Use the portable pump to
discharge the cargo.
When the tank is empty/gasfree, disconnect the
cofferdam check pipe from the pump head. By
Pwging, the blockage will be detected either in the
pipestack/pumphead or in the check pipe.
Blocked check pipe:
-Use steam or solvent from top plate, or stick up
the pipe using a steel chord or similar.
PressurIze the pipe from top plate to blowout the
blockage.
Blocked pipestack/pumphead:
-Remove and clean lower seal house.
-Stick up the hole leading into the pumphead
cofferdam with a pin.
-Use steam, solvent etc. to open up the blockage.
-Continue dismantling until blockage is found.

NOTE! To prevent damage from dangerous


cargoes, take necessary precautions, wear safety
gear, and avoid contact with spray/gases.
NOTE! Pressure test pump after assembly.

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FRAMO

PURGING INSTRUCTION
FOR FRAMO SUBMERGED
CARGO PUMPS

No.
Date/sign.:
Page:
Rev. H:

1000-0010-4
14Jan77
6 of 9
05AugO2/ JBe

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Symptom:
Cargo leakage in
cofferdam

Possible reason:

Remedy:
How to find the leakage?
-Pressure test the cofferdam. Soap wash to localize
the leakage. Never start any dismantling before
you know if/where you have a leakage.

Worn out cargo


seals

Change cargo seals

Cracks/wear on
ceramic sleeve

Change ceramic sleeve

Leaking pipestack! Control seal elements. Change damaged seals.


Check condition of seal grooves (pitting, scratches
pumphead seals
etc.) and repair if necessary
Cracks in pipes

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Contact FM Services AlS

Combined purging Control seal elements. Change damaged seals.


Check condition of seal grooves (pitting, scratches
/stripping valve
leaking *
etc.) and repair if necessary
* Combined valve
only on earlier
pump models.
Pressure test the hydraulic return line, and check
for leakage's at the shaft seal or at other seals.

Hydraulic oil in
cofferdam
Worn out shaft
seal

Change mechanical oil seal or lip seal

Wear on shaft
sleeve (Lip seal
only)

Change shaft sleeve.

Leaking pipestack! Control seal elements. Change damaged seals.


Check condition of seal grooves (pitting, scratches
pumphead seals
etc.) and repair if necessary.
NOTE! Evaluate if changed parts as sleeves, mechanical seals etc. are possible to recondition.
Keep these parts in stock until next visit by a FRAMO representative, and ask for a
evaluation.

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PURGING INSTRUCTION
FOR FRAMO SUBMERGED
CARGO PUMPS

No.
Date/sign.:
Page:
Rev. H:

1000-0010-4
14Jan77
7 of 9
05Au,902/J Be

6.0 PRECAUTIONS TO BE TAKEN WHEN HANDLING SPECIAL TYPES OF CARGO


The main rule is to have the cofferdam clean, dry and vented to atmosphere through the exhaust
trap vent line, in order to avoid any leakage's.
However, when handling certain groups of cargoes it may be an advantage to fill the cofferdam
with liquid to improve the seal life time and to avoid cargo blocking the cofferdam.
The list below gives recommended type of liquid in the cofferdam for some groups of cargoes.
This is a general advice, as the ship crew have to learn by experience which type of liquid gives
the best result for the great number of different types of cargoes.

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To fill liquid in the cofferdam, disconnect the


exhaust trap piping from the pump top plate. Using a
suitable adapter, fill the liquid through the cofferdam
check pipe. Open the snap-on coupling on the
purging valve block to ventilate the cofferdam
during filling. (Connect a open female coupling or
similar.)

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A circulation of liquid through the cofferdam can be


arranged in the following way:
-Connect liquid supply to the snap-on coupling on
the purging valve block. The supply line must also
be equipped with a valve to regulate the liquid flow.
-Open drain valve on the exhaust trap, and collect
the return liquid here.

Acid cargoes
After discharging and purging is finished, it can be an advantage to circulate fresh water
through the cofferdam to remove all residue after a leakage.
Polvmerising cargoes. (TDL MDI)
Fill cofferdam with 5-10 litres of DOP to avoid blocking of cofferdam.
Crystallizing cargoes.
Fill cofferdam with 5-10 litres of fresh water. The cofferdam may also be filled completely
and arranged with a small water circulation

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PURGING

INSTRUCTION

FOR FRAMO SUBMERGED


CARGO PUMPS

No.
Date/sign..
Page:
Rev. H:

1000-0010-4
14Jan77
8 of 9
05AugO2/ J Be
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PhenoL caustic etc.


A circulation of hot water through the cofferdam can avoid clogging. (But remember some of
these types of cargoes are very dangerous, poisonous).
Heated oil products (fuel oiL crude oil)

5-10 litre of diesel oil/'vvhitespirit to keep any leakage into


cofferdam in liquid form. This is especially important after stripping and during tank cleaning.
Fill cofferdam with approx.

NOTE
When filling liquid in the cofferdam, it is important that the hydraulic oil return pressure
always is higher than the pressure will be in the liquid filled cofferdam. This is especially
important on hydraulic systems with non-pressurised return line, as the pressure difference

between the return line and the cofferdam will be negative if the cofferdam is filled with to
much liquid.

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In ,'Opon cofferdam column:
Yes; air or liquid coming through

No

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Yes I 9/1

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Yes

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Yes

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Service Bulletin

Keep you up to date with the latest news from Frank Mohn Services

FRAMOSubmerged Cargo Pump


Pressure Testing Routine

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FRAMO

Routine when

servicing

USE OF STANDARD

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TESTING FLANGES

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Priorto dismantlingof the cargo pump


pressure test the cofferdam to identify
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Use soapy water for better leak detection.

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Ifleakage is difficultto identify,split


the pump in major parts and pressure
test separately.

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Use of FRAMOstandard test flanges will


ensure an efficient service job.

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Afterassemblingof the cargo pump


pressure test to confirm that the
leakage is corrected.

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BEFORE STARTINGDISMANTLINGOF THECARGO PUMP

Ifthe purging routine has detected a cargo leakage (more than 2 I / day *), and the
evaluation indicates that action must be taken, firstthing you have to do is to identifythe
leakage. The best way is to pressure test the pump's cofferdam.
Never start any dismantling of the cargo pump before you know:
what, and where, you have a problem.

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PRESSURETESTOF THE CARGO PUMP'S COFFERDAM


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CARGO LEAKAGE

If a cargo leakage is detected the complete cargo pump's cofferdam has to be pressure
tested to identify the leak. We have learned from FRAMO on board training that crew on
some ships start to automatically change the pump's cargo seal as soon as there is a
cargo leakage - although the leak may be somewhere else. This is waste of time and
money. So always identify where you have a leak first!

The cofferdam can be pressure tested by blinding off the purging medium reliefvalve by
means of a rubber gasket. Dismantlethe cofferdams's riser pipe flange on the top cover
plate and installa test flange with pressure gauge (see figure 1). Connect the purging
mediumto the test flange and increase the pressure to 3 bar.
Afterapproximately 5 minutescheck all flanges around cargo seal, riser pipe, and all
other connectionsfor possible leakage. Use soapy water for better detecting of the
possible leakage.

Note:Ifthe cargo

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leakage is not possible to identify, and the 3 bar pressure is stabilized


for a long period of time during the pressure testing, - it is still possible that the
cargo seal in the pump is worn out, and have to be changed. The reason could
be that the 3 bar pressure in the cofferdam is pressing the upper lip (facing the
cofferdam) around the pump shaft. Dismantle the cargo seal for control.

Ifthis is not the case, and the cargo leakage is not possible to detect, you have to split the
cargo pump, and pressure test the main components separately.

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PRECAUTIONSTO BE TAKEN BEFORE THE SERVICEJOB IS FINISHED

After the leakage has been identified and repaired, and the repaired part has
been pressure tested, the cargo pump can be reassembled.
Remembe(, cleanliness is absolutely necessary.

When the mounting is completed, pressure test the complete cofferdam with max.
3 bar pressure as described earlier.

After minimum 5 min. check all flanges, cargo seal and other critical points with
soapy water for possible leakage.

Leave the 3 bar pressure in the pumps cofferdam for at least 30 min., and check
that the pressure is stable.

Necessary time for control must be included in the total scope of work, even if
time schedule is limited.

Fill the pumphead and pipe stack with hydro oil by opening
the ball valve on the pressure line on deck.
Open the venting plug on the non return valve on the return

pipe on deck.

Keep the venting plug open and start the cargo pump
carefully for test running.

Close the venting plug when clean airfree oil is coming out.

For more information please contact our FRAMO Services offices


in Norway, Rotterdam, Houston or Singapore.

Your sincerely
Frank Mohn Services AS

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Svein Andersen

SUBMERGED CARGO PUMP

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HYDRAULIC OIL LEAK


Ifthe cargo pump has a hydraulic oil leak you normally have to split the pump to identify
the leak. A hydraulic oil leak is very rare under normal conditions, but if a hydraulic oil
leak does occur, there could be three reasons:
a)

Hydraulic oil seal - the life time is normally very high (> 10.000 running hours).

b)

Crack in pipe stack - can occur if the cargo pump is vibrating heavily for some
abnormal reasons.

c)

Corrosion attack in seal rings grooves can occur after long service.

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LEAKAGE TESTOF PUMP HEADL PIPE STACK AND RISER PIPE

Pur

For each type of FRAMO Submerged Cargo Pump there is a complete pressure testing kit
(flanges - bolts - pressure gauge) available, delivered in a small tool box.

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FRAMO Pressure Testing Kit

Unfortunately on many ships equipped with FRAMO Cargo Pumps the pressure testing
tools are missing. Ifthey are missing on board your ship, we strongly recommend to
order the pressure testing kit at the nearest FRAMO office.

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FRAMOCargo Seals now supplied in Sets

FRAMO

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space

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lip seal

Double
Cargo lip seal

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Dear Customer
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SUBJECT:FRAMO SINGLE AND DOUBLE CARGO SEALS


Statistics.show that these seals are changed mostlywith the same service
intervals, and we recommend that these seals are changed at the same time,
based on following reasons:

- Main

part of the iob is to open the pump.

- The remaining

lifetime of the single cargo seal is


limited when the double seal is worn out.

- From the purging, only the condition of the double


cargo seal will be shown. The condition of the single
cargo seal can only be evaluated after dismantling.

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By delivering these seals as a set, stock keeping on board will be easier, as it


will be easier to identify for how many pumps you have seals in stock. One
package will also take less space, and this new package is made of an environmentfriendlymaterial.
The ID numbers for the various sets are:
ID nO.5

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A
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SD-100/SVS-4
SD-125/ 150/SDS-5/ 6/SDS-4
SD-200/TK-150/SVS-6/SPS-8
SD-300/SPS-1 0/12
SD-350-VERSION 2-4
SD-350-VERSION 1

20887
20888
20889
20890
20891
20898

For other pump types, or if you need any further assistance,


please contact one of the FRAMO Service Stations world-wide.

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FRAMO
Head office: Frank Mohn AS, P.O.Box 98 Slatthaug,

585 I Bergen, Norway,

Phone: +47 55 99 90 00, Telefax:

Frank MahnFlat0YAS, Flat0Y,5918 Frekhaug, Norway, Phone: +4755999400,


Telefax: +4755 99 95 81
Frank Mohn FusaAS, P.O.Box 10,5641 Fusa,Norway, Phone:+4755 99 96 00, Telefax:+4755 99 97 80
Frank Mohn Services AS, P.O.Box 44 Sla~haug, 5851 Bergen, Norway, Phone: +4755 999200,
Telefax: +4755

+47 55 99 93 80

99 93 82

Framo Engineering AS, P.O.Box 174 Sandsli, 5862 Bergen, Norway, Phone: +4755 92 8800, Telefax: +4755 92 89 00
Frank Mohn Nederland BV, Edisonweg 18, P.O.Box 305, 3200 AH Spijkenisse, The Netherlands, Phone: +31 181 619311, Telefax: +31 181 611193
Frank Mohn Houston Inc, 1802 West D Street, La Porte, Texas 77571-4601, USA, Phone: + 1 281 471 7920, Telefax: + 1 281 470 1258
Frank Mohn Singapore Pte Ltd, 17 TuasView, Circuit Singapore 637575, Phone: +65 861 4455, Telefax: +65 861 5910
Frank Mohn AS Sweden Office, Askims Industriviig 1 A, 43634 Askim, Sweden, Phone: +46 31 682085, Telefax: +46 31 681048
Frank Mohn Nippon K.K.,City-haz Chojamachi Building 6 - 3, Chojamachi 2-chome, Naka-Ku, Yokohama 231-0033, Japan, Phone: +81 45253 7155, Telefax: +81 452537188
Frank Mohn Korea Office, Rm. 309, Yachting Center Bldg., 1393, Woo-JDong, Haeundai-Ku, Pusan, Korea, Phone: +82 51 743 6942, Telefax: +82 51 743 6944
Frank Mohn China lid, Unit 804A, Pine City, 8 Dong An Road, Shanghai 200032, China, Phone: +8621 64438845,
Telefax: +8621 64438846
Frank Mohn do Brasil lIda, Av. Presidente Wilson, 231/15" Ander, 20031-021 - Rio de Janeira - RJ, Brazil, Phone: +55 21 2544 2040, Telefax: +55 21 2544 2041

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Service Bulletin

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Reconditioning of Mechanical Seals


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Repair of Seals as an integrated part of


the total pump overhaul gives:

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Turn Around Time

flI Reduced Life Cycle Cost


flI Better feed back
of operational
experiences

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Total Pump Service

The shaft seal is one of the most critical parts of a pump.


To ensure a long lifetime of the seal it is important to have a detailed knowledge of the pump design, the liquid handled
and the seal system. The mechanical seal is also in many cases the part that limits the Mean Time Between Failures for
the pump. By performing all the activities in our Maintenance Facilities, a complete failure analysis and a total pump
repair can now be offered to our Coustomers at reduced Turn Around Time. This will also ensure the best Quality of the
job. If the duty or other operational circumstances makes it necessary to upgrade the seal arrangement, our Engineering
Service group will evaluate all consequences, and the best solution proposed to our Customers.

Seal design and upgrade

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A successful new, or upgraded seal design requires total


knowledge of the system in which the seal is an integrated
part.
Our engineers have many years of experience from pump
and seal design, including troubleshooting and testing of

seal system for offshore- and marine applications.


Experienced technical assistance in selection of seals and
application studies is available.

Availability

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Pump downtime can be greatly reduced if spare seals are


available when required.
For most FRAMO pumps new seals, or reconditioned
Exchange Units are available.
The exchange program can be further developed
in agreement with our customers.

Reconditioning

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In our dedicated Mechanical Seal Shop most types of seals

can be repaired or totally reconditioned, regardless of


material quality or seat configuration.
Depending on condition, reconditioning is carried out at
three levels:
A)

Re-Iapping of both sealing surfaces + renewal of

B)

elastomers, springs and fasteners.


As A + renewal of stationary seat.
A + B + shrink in new seat material.

Lapping can be done to Plane, Concave or Convex


configuration.
The shop contains a full range of modern equipment and
tools, operated by highly qualified personnel.
All activities in the shop are subject to thorough Quality
Control in accordance with relevant ISOstandards.
Tools and equipment are surveyed and calibrated in
accordance with procedures and standards.
Seal Condition Report issued on request.

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Ultrasonic cleaning

Grinding

Lapping

Final Control under


Monochromatic light

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Service Bulletin

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Local control valves and service valves

for cargo pumps

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costs

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stripping

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Dear Customer!
In this Service Bulletin we will draw your attention to the Local Control Valves
and Ball Valves for the cargo pumps. By correct operation and maintenance of
these valves the life time will be increased and your costs reduced.

Local control valves:


All cargo pumps have a local control valve. There are different designs
depending upon generation.

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The main purpose of the local control valve is:


Control the cargo pump during stripping of the cargo tank.
Stepless capacity control locally from deck, if required.
During stripping it is important to control the pumps from deck.
The benefits of this are:
Improved stripping result.
Reduced wear and tear.
Better observation of fluctuation in hydraulic pressure.
Better observation of pump's vibration.
Immediate stop of cargo pumps upon completion of stripping.
Regular operation of the local control valves will ensure properly
functioning valves.

Special tool:
To improve the operation of today's generation local control valves on cargo
pumps equipped with the stainless steel Speed Torque Control valve (STC), a
special tool is available.

Tool

Note: The valves must be


operated by hand force only!

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Ball valves:

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In all Framo Cargo Pumping Systems designed after 1983, the ball valve on
the hydraulic inlet line to each cargo pump shall always be in open position
(even whe~ the cargo pump is not in operation). The same applies to systems
designed before 1983, whichl1ave been upgraded with pressurised return line
(overpressure system). This to ensure the safety of having a pressurised hydraulic
return side with a higher pressure than the static cargo pressure.
Also on older ships built before 1983, we recommend to keep the ball valves
open. This to avoid opening the valves with high hydraulic inlet pressure.
Operating the valves with high inlet pressure will reduce the valve's lifetime.
To avoid sticking we recommend to move all ball valves on deck quarterly,
when the main hydraulic system is not in use.

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Ball valve

Mild steel valves are delivered with primer only. During replacement a proper
coating must be applied to the valves, and a corrosion protection must be
maintained.

To increase the lifetime of these valves and reduce the costs:


- Use them
- Move them
- Paint them
If you need any further information or assistance, please do not hesitate to
contact any of the worldwide FRAMO offices.

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Important rules for cargo operation

Purging

Adjusting system pressure

Purge cofferdam according


to operation manual for
cargo pumps.
Record the purging results
in the Framo purging form.

Set the system pressure


to approximately 20 bar
above the highest
consumer (hydraulic
motor).

Loading

Pumping

Start loading slowly


to avoid pressure peaks
in the cargo line.

It is recommended
to run as many pumps
in parallel as practical
at a reduced hydraulic
pressure, rather than
a few pumps at maximum
hydraulic pressure.

',/lax. loading pressure


8 bar at the pump.

in parallel

Ashore

NOTE! 2 pumps at
100% capacity
is the same as
4 pumps at 50%.

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End of discharging
Reduce
pumping capacity
at end of discharge
to avoid hunting
and dry-running.

System operation

Stripping

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3tart and run only required
of power packs.
See technical

Run pump at
approximately 80 - 100 bar.
Strip against the lowest
possible back-pressure.

data.

Remember to stop
the power packs,
when the cargo pumps
have been stopped.

Pump

start

Always start the cargo pumps


with closed discharge valve.
Avoid backflow/overpumping
by increasing the cargo discharge
pressure above manifold
pressure before opening
the discharge valve.

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Back pressure

Stripping

Empty deck line improves


stripping result.

Manifold
pressure
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Tank cleaning
Discharge
pressure

Keep sufficient
water level to avoid
loss of suction
(hunting/dry-running).
Water flow in/out
to be equal.

Avoid
dry running

For more specific details,


see Framo Service Manual
(0242-0081-3)

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5.0
5.1
5.1.1

NORMAL OPERATION
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Start/stop of power packs


BEFORE STARTING THE MAIN POWER PACKS

Once the system is completed and the ship is in service, the hydraulicsystem
should always be kept pressurized by running one of the feed pumps in lowspeed
when main power packs are not running. The reason for this is to avoid the hydral
system being contaminated by cargo through shaft seals on submerged cargo
pumps or by sea- or freshwater through hydraulic oil cooler. In addition, this willgi
a continuous air venting and cleaning/filtration of the hydraulic oil.
The followingare to be checked before starting the main power packs:
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That the cooling pump for hydraulic oil cooler is running.


That the cooling fan for power packs is running.
That necessary numbers of generators are running.
That the potentiometer for system pressure is in minimum position.
That the speed control valve for all consumers

are in dosed position.

That the cargo pump's cofferdam is purged.

5.1.2

Start the main power packs.

Note!

Never run hydraulic pumps with pressure below 50 bar (impossible if the
system adjustment is correct).

5.1.3

Set the main hydraulic pressure to approximately 15 bar above the highest
consumer (hydraulic motor) if hydraulic oil temperature is above 20C.

Note!

If the main hydraulic pressure is always set to maximum, or excessively


higher than consumer (hydraulic motor), energy for the difference between
main pressure and the consumer pressure will change into heat. Loss of
energy means waste of fuel.

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COLD STARTING
If the oil temperature is below 20C, circulate the oil (through the heating and venting
valve installed in the system) for heating with only one power pack running
according to Fig. 1.

temperature for Framo systems

Operation

(Based upon hydraulic oil viscosity ISO VG46 according to ISO 3448)

Hydraulic oil
temp. (C)
70
60
55
50
40

Alarm temperature 60C

Normal
operating

Optimum range

range

30

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20 - 60C

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- 10

- 20

Limited operation. System to be heated.


- Hydraulic pressure approximately 60 bar.

- Limited operation. System to be heated.


- Hydraulic pressure approximately 100 bar.

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5.1.5

Note!

After operation of the system is completed and the main power packs are not to be
used, the system can be stopped as follows:

Reduce

Stop the
Stop the
Stop the
Stop the

the hydraulic

system

pressure

to minimum.

main power packs.


cooling water pump and fan.
excessive generator sets.
feed pump and restart in low speed.

Always leave one of the feed pumps running in low speed to maintain overpressure in the hydraulic system.

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5.2

Pressurizing

system when not in operation

If by accident cargo should leak into the hydraulic oil system when the power packs
are stopped, the mixture of oil and cargo would ruin the plant. To prevent this, the
hydraulic oil pressure must always be higher than the cargo static pressure. When
the hydraulic system is not in operation, one of the feed pumps will keep a hydraulic
pressure of approximately 4 bar.

Note!

One of the feed

pumps must always be running in low speed and all valves in

main return line and in front of all cargo pumps

and other consumers

must be

open.

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Emergency stop - Start-up after service

5.3.1

EMERGENCY

STOP

It is important that emergency stop buttons are used in emergency only and not for
operational stop of the system. An emergency stop stresses the system, and should
be avoided:
Emergency stop buttons should be activated when the following conditions occur:
Damage on hydraulic pressure pipes or hoses that leads to leakage.
Critical pressure pulsation in system (hunting).
Critical vibration on power. packs.
Damage on cargo lines.
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The following conditions lead to shut-down of the system:


Low low oil level in tank.
Closed valve in return line.
Low feed pressure.
Feed pump failure when running in high speed.

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After a shut-down the error must be located and repaired before restart.
For restart:

5.3.2

Reset system. Refill oil if necessary in accordance with normal


procedures. Vent the system thoroughly and start up in
accordance with normal procedures.

START-UP AFTER SERVICE


After service follow the same routines as described above and in separate
instructions in section 8 for the component and/or part of system that has been
serviced.

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This means that if a cargo pump has been serviced, the system must be started up
as a first time start-up of the cargo pump.
Ifthe hydraulic system has been opened, it is crucial that the system is vented and
that the procedure for fillingand venting is followed.
5.4

Manual override

5.4.1

In case of failure to the control system, a manual override panel is located inside the
control cabinet. This panel to be used in a criticalsituation only. Severe damage to
equipment or in worst case personnel injuries may take place by improper use. This
function is accessed by use of key switches/pulse switches on the manual override
panel. Acceptance to be given by authorized personnel before using the manual
override function. After operation, the failure causing use of this mode to be
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corrected before further operation of the system.
Two modes are incorporated:
Mode 1 can be used when malfunctionof a sensoror looseterminationetc. causes
automaticshut downof hydraulicsystem.
Examples:
Sensor on oil tank is indicating shutdown level, and it has been verified that
actualleve! is within normal limits.
A limit switch is indicating closed valve and it has been verified that valve is
fully open.
The system will be automatic reset to normal mode one hour after an override
function

has been activated

without

starting

any power

pack, and automatic

reset.

after stopping all power packs after operation. Hence, operator must reinitiate
manual override mode before restarting the system in this mode. Additionally it is
possible to reset manually by activating the reset button for 5 seconds, but only
when the power packs are not running.

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Mode 2 can be used in case of failure to the PLC (Programmable Logic Control).
Note that this mode disables the entire control system except emergency stop
buttons. The system will follow the mode (normal or manual override) given by
position of key switch.

5.4.2

CHECK LIST
Checks to be performed before operation and during manual override operation at
regular intervals.

5.4.2.1

Mode

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Overridden function to be watched carefully. In other words, when for example


the oil level shut down function is overridden, the tank level to be watched

manually at regular intervals. It is recommended to locate a warning sign locally ,--"'"


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Visual inspection of hydraulic oil level on system tank.

Visual inspection of position of critical valves, i.e. before oil cooler and after filtE
local service valves for power packs in operation.

Verification of cooling water supply and hydraulic oil temperature.

Verification of feed pressure by means of manometer.

OPERA TION

After trouble shooting and identification of failure, decision is to be made whether tl


use Mode 1 or Mode 2.
5.4.3.1

Mode 1:

Open the door to control cabinet for access to manual override panel.

Operate the pulse switch corresponding to function that must be overridden.


Note that shutdown function must be present before selecting is possible, exce
for "system pressure command limitation".

Shut-down indicating lamp for selected function willstart flashing and manual
overridelamp will be steadily lit.

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After operation, the failure causing use of manual override mode to be correcte
immediately to avoid unnecessary use of this mode.

Mode 2:

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Start and operate the system including consumers according to normal


procedure.

Open the door to control cabinet for access to manual override panel.

Operate the key switch activating Mode 2.


Manual override lamp will be steadily lit.

Disengage hydraulic pumps by means of dip switch on manual override panel.

Start one of the feed pumps locally on starter in high speed.

Start required number of power packs locally on starters.

Engage hydraulic pumps by means of dip switch on manual override panel.

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Set desired system pressure by means of potentiometer on control panel.

Operate consumers.

If necessary to start more power packs, first reduce system pressure.

After operation, the failure causing use of manual override mode to be corrected
immediately to avoid unnecessary use of this mode. PLC failure must be
reported to Frank Mohn Services immediately.

To override system pressure control, if problems with proportional valve, close


valve in front of the proportional valve. This will set the proportional valve out of
function and full system pressure will be obtained.

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5.5

Manual override of pressure controlvalve


If system pressure control valve is malfunctioning,

do the following steps:

" Adjust system pressure relief valve to minimum (turn CCW).


" Close manual override valve.
" Increase pressure with system pressure relief valve (turn CW).
" Remember to readjust system pressure relief valve according to adjustment
procedure for A4V systems, when going back to normal operation.

Contact Frank Mohn Services for an immediate service assistance to correct the
problem.

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CARGO

HEATING

OPERATIONAL
ADVICE.

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Heatingbymeansofdeckmountedheatexchangersandforcedcirculationby
FRAMOsubmergedcargopumps.

Advantages
. Smallheatingsurface
- Highefficiency
. Easymaintenance

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Goodmixingof hotI cold


cargoin tank

. "Clean"tanksurface
- Easytankwashing

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DEARFRAMO- CUSTOMER

SYSTEMADVANTAGES
COMPARED
TOCOILSINTANK
"Clean"tanksurface- easytankwashing.

The heateris only exposedto cargowhen heatingis required.

Easymaintenance- on deckonly.

Forcedcirculation
andhighvelocityofcargothroughheatermeanslowersurfacetemperature
and
riskofcarbonising
avoided.

Easyregulationof temperaturein eachtank.

HEATINGREQUIREMENTS
INGENERAL

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Mostsystemsaredesignedfor heatingof HFOfrom44 C to 66 C in 96 hours,ambienttemperatureof


air 2 C andsea5 C.
Veryfew cargoesrequireheatingfor the only purposeof becoming"pumpable".However,on a tanker
wherepumpsare'situatedin a pumproom,viscouscargocreateshighfrictionlossthroughthe suction
lines,and heating(reducingviscosity)is requiredto overcomethis problem.
The FRAMOpumpis submergedin the cargo,so suchproblemsare avoided.Ratherviscouscargo
canbe pumped,althoughat reducedcapacity.Heatingcanthereforebe limitedto the extentrequested
by receiver,or to thosefew cargoes,whichare not "pumpable"in cold condition

HEATING
ISEXPENSIVE,
SOTHESAVINGS
ACHIEVED
BYFASTERUNLOADING
BYREDUCING
,

VISCOSITY,
AREFARLESSTHANTHEMONEY
SPENT
ONHEATING.
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OPERATION
OFTHEHEATINGSYSTEM

MINIMISE
HEATINGDURING
VOYAGE- SAVEENERGY.
Heatlossis basicallyproportionalto the temperaturedifferencebetweencargoand ambientair I sea.
Permitdrop in temperatureat beginningof thevoyageeitherby no heatingor useex~austgas boiler
only,andthenraisetelTJperature
in duetime priorto arrivalat portI discharging.Whenno heat is being
introduced to the cargo, the drop in temperature will be 1 - 2 C per day (24 h) only. Most heating

systemsaredesignedto raisetemperatureby 5 - 6 C per day. (Referdata in ttie FRAMOInstruction


Manual).
The diagrambelowis showingtwo differentheatingprocedures.Cargois receivedon boardat 44 C,
deliveredat 66 C, sailingtime 21 days.

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TYPICALHEATINGPROCEDUREc
FOR-TANKERSWiTH COIL
HEATING& PUMP ROOM CARGOPUMPS

70.0
65,0
60.0
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50.0
.5,0
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35.0
30,0
25,0
20,0
0

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12

14

IlUTAL SAILINGTIME (days)

18
20
22
STARTOF
CARGOHEATING

Assumingthe diagramrefersto a 40.000tdw productcarrier,heatingaccordingto proposedprocedure


givesa savingof morethan 100tons of fuel comparedwiththe procedureindicatedby the dottedline.

RUNTHEHYDR.SYSTEMECONOMICAllYDURINGCARGOCIRCULATION.
Runningcargopumpsforcirculation
throughheatersrequirehydr.pressureof 40- 60bar.Many
vesselsareequippedwith"lowpressure"powerpacksforthispurpose,butif the"main"powerpacksto
beused,makesurethatsystempressureissetto correctvalue.
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DONOTCOMBINEHEATINGANDDISCHARGING.
Asmentioned,
thecargotemp.willdropby 1-2 0 C perdayonlywithoutheating,sothetemp.drop
duringunloadingtime of a tank is neglectible.Stopheatingandclosevalveson "heatingline",otherwise
mostof the cargowill passthroughheaterand intotank again.

SPECIALCAREWITHSENSITIVE
CARGOES
Whileoil productslike HFO,etc. maywithstandratherhightemperatureof heatingmedium,cargoeslike
edibleoils andvegetableoils mightbe damagedby hightemperature.
Checkavailabledataof max. recommendedtemp.of both heatingmediumand cargo.
If anydoubt. contactFMAS.

Notethatascargoispassingtheheatingsurfaceat highvelocity,thetemperature
of heatingmedium
canbekepthigherthanin coilsintank.

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STARTI STOPOFHEATING
Toavoid"overheating",
neverheatwithoutcorrectcargoflowthroughheater.
STARTCARGOPUMPBEFORE
VALVEFORHEATING
MEDIUMISOPENED.
SHUTOFFHEATINGMEDIUMBEFOREPUMPISSTOPPED.
CLEANING
OFHEATERS
Theheatersarefittedwithconnections
forsteamcleaning.Washingwaterusedfortankcleaningcan
alsobe pumpedthroughheater,however:Do IlQ1 useseawaterfor cleaningof,FRAMOI BENDEK
heaterbecausestainlessmaterialis verysensitiveto chloridecorrosionat temperaturesabove600C.

Drainheaterproperlyafterwards.

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Foranyfurtherinformation- pleasecontactone of FM Servicestations.

Yoursfaithfully
pr.FrankMohnServicesAS

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SigmundSmedsvik

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Pumping Theory
Pump Curves
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Positive Pumps

Centrifugal Pumps
Parallel Pumping with Centrifugal Pumps
~

Centrifugal Pumps in Serie


How to use the Performance Diagrams
Actual Performance Diagrams

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6. PERFORMANCE CURVES
A capacity diagram shows the relationShip between
capacity, head. speed. hydropressure. efficiency etc.
for a certain type of pump. Normally our diagrams
show head. speed and hydropressure operating at the
hydr. motor in the pumps as a function of the water
capacity. (Refer diagrams 258-47-4) and 277-1-4 at the
end of chapter 6).
6.1. THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN A POSITIVE
PUMP, AND A CENTRIFUGAL PUMP.

The difference between a positive pump (screw pump,


piston pump) and a centrifugal pump is shown in d iagram 6.1. A and 6.1. B.
As shown in fig. 6.1A the capacity of a positive pump is
almost constant and independent of the head. The
decrease in capacity is very small when the back pressure rises. and this is due to small internal leakages
in the pump itself.
When looking at fig. 6.1. B. it is seen that the capacity
of a centrifugal pump varies very much with the head.
If the head is very low (when pumping justover the
rail for example) the capacity is large. But if the head
is very high. the capacity reaches zero.

6.2. THE USE OF THE CAPACITY DIAGRAM AND


THE CORRECTION CHART FOR LIQUIDS WITH
HIGH VISCOCITY (drg. 101-101-2).

A capacity diagram shows pumping capacity against


discharge head and the corresponding hydr pressure
The diagram is based on water pumping (sP. g. 1.0).
When liquids with other sp. g. and/or viscosities shall
be pumped. the data on the diagram must be correct
according to the correction charg. drg. no 101-101-2.
To illustrate the use of the capacity diagram see the
diagram in fig. 6.2. which is an example chosen at
random.

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CAPACITY ~

CAPACITY

FIG 6.1A
POSITIVE PUMP

FIG.6.1.8.
CENTRIFUGAL

PUMP

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RUNNING OF CENTRIFUGAL
PARALLEL

PUMPS IN

Diagr 6.3. B. will do if the pumps are running at the


same speed and if the oillevel in the cargo tanks are
almost the same. But if one pump is working under
worse conditions than the other ones you will have a
situation as indicated in diagram 6.3.C

If running two identical centrifugal pumps in parallel


(ie. on common cargo line) one should believe that
the capacity would be.twice as much as for one pump.
and if running three pumps the capacity would be three
times greater than for one pump and so on, as indicated in diagram 6.3.A.

As you will see the increase in the total capacity is less


for each pump you connect to the common line than
shown in fig. 6.3.A.
If you connect many pumps to the line. the profit for
the last ones will be almost zero.

But this is not really true. The reason is that pressure


losses in the cargo line. which is a function of the
capacity, is added to the static head (i.e. the height
between the ship and the cargo tanks ashore) as
shown in diagr. 6.3. B.

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6.3.C.

As you will see. the pump that are running at redused


speed (the 4. pump) is not able to pump any cargo into
the cargo line at all. The max. head (at zero capacity)
for this pump is less than back pressure in the cargo
line. and the three other pumps will pump some cargo
into the cargo tank where the 4.th pump is situated.
FIG.6.3.C.

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CAPACITY

6.4.

6.4. RUNNING OF CENTRIFUGAL PUMP IN


SERIES.
When you are connecting two centrifugal pumps in
series. i.e. the outlet connection of one pump is connected to the inlet of another pump, you can simply
add the heads in the capacity diagram of the pumps as
shown in diagr. 6.4.
The two (ore more) pumps do not have to be identical
when you are connecting centrifugal pumps in series.

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FRAMOPERFORMANCE
DIAGRAMS

1400.030 GB

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100

PERFORMANCE
DIAGRAM

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+"~"';,o"o',;

A s tdndard performance di agram


(fig.
1) is based on pump test
with fresh water, sp, gravity
1;0 and viscosity
1,0 Cst.

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~

Head is measured directly on pump


head (pipestack is not included).

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For cargoes wi th other sp. grav-

ities

but same viscosity

as

water, only hydraulic pressure


must be corrected as follows:

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Hydr, pressure

pl = p x sp. gr.

Hydraul ic pressure in diagram


is pressure drop across the
hydraul ic motor in pump.
p

10

10

L.l-.;.__j..-LL1~~-Ll_*..-"-

~ :::1~:::~qrH-fJ::F~:'~.
10

p inlet and p return varies from


pump to pump, but in general:

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P return

=
,

Return press.
pipes).

Examp1e, (see fig.

set.

.,....

:-

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100

Max, hydro system pressure set.


(see hydro diagram) minus 12 bar
(loss in valves and pipes).

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P inlet

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.. so "-'i-,-._,_LP+'~-I-~o..l-{e'"

- p return

p inlet

,~

lOG

l~
100
,~
Q. C.o.JI'ACl'" 1..1/-,

<a:I

Fi~. 1

(see hydro diagr,)

plus 3 bar (loss

in valves and

1).

Cargo with specific gravity 1.3. viscosity


1.0 Centistoke.
Hydraulic system pressure setting = 240 bar.
Hydrau1 ic return pressure setting =
4 bar,
For hydro motor p

= (240

What is max. capacity


Use 221
1.3

and head without

Manometer reading
minus

1
i

static

- (4

+ 3)

and head without

180 mJ/h - 105 mlc.

12)

= 221

bar

speed drop?

170 bar on curve based on water (fig.

Max. capacity

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at s.g.

speed drop will

1.3 will

head in tank, and cargo

1).
be approx.:

be: 105 x 1,3


10.2

13,4 bar}

pipe lasses.

I f capacity
is increased,
speed will drop and capacity
and head will fo 11ow a
curve as indicated
by curve (B). approx. parallell
to the drop Curve (A) for
fresh water.

Performance Diagram for FRAMO Pump


Pump type
Imp. (mm]
Driver
Remarks

,....

: SO 100-4
: 220.

Order no.:
Construct:

No.
I
2

611586-87/1
05.1 0.98/HeS

: A2FIv12361 S Released
.
&.A:

W'~r

(rpm)
4101.
4101

: ()~'.10 ..:fi'/#J
21.t7r.,,!'?/j-/<:.-~

(4~~JS4.,,<.

(1<g/dmJ]
0.75
I.CO

(cSt)
I.CO
ICO
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'110 I

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50

75

100

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75

100

248 bar

200bar

150 ber

125

t~a
~1.0
04

150
Flow Q (m3/h)

Performance Diagram for FRAMO Pump


Pump type:
Imp. (mm)
Driver
Remarks

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t
2

Order no. : 611586-87/1


so 150-5
Construct: 05.10.98/HeS
: 320.
: A2FM90 61
Released:
O"!J-.lo.CftJ/#d

(rpm)
2857.
2857

s~

(kg/emJ)
0.75

(cSt)
I.CO
LCO

Ice

1.00

l2~v. A: 21ooto'H/Jle"
(A/t:4/

0169-0937-4

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150 bar

50

100

150

200

300

250

350

400
450
Flow Q (m3/h)

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150

I
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300

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350

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400
450
Flow Q (m3/h)

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0169-0938-4

Performance Diagram for FRAMO Pump

Drawing no.

Pump type:
Imp. (mm)
Driver
Remarks

No.
I
2

(rpm)
1971.
1971.

(kg/dm3)
0.75
LCO

Iqj1

so 300-3
: 460.
: A2F355.60

Order no.:
Construct:

611586-87/1
05.10.98/HeS

Released : C}::.~/o.'f,/#J
R~J/.A: 23.o~.9'1

\.0.25

(cSt)
LCO
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Performance Diagram for FRAMO Pump

Drawing no.

Pump type:
Imp. (mm)

NO.
I

58400-2 B
: 480.
: A2F355.60

Driver
Remarks

Order no. : 611586-87!l


Construct:
05.1 0.98/HeS
Released

: o~-. /o.q?///~

R~v'. ;;:

//.03.99/#<::5

0169-0939-4

(rpm)
10AA.

(kg/em,))
1.02

(cSt]
1.00

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8,8

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500

750

1000

1250

1500

1750

2000

2250

2500
2750
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1500
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2250

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2750
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Performance Diagram for FRAMO Pump

Drawing
no. 0 169-0940-4

Pump type:

No.
1

Imp. (mm)
Driver:
Remarks

MA 200/150 Order no. : 611586-87/1


: 3CO.
Construct: 05.10.98/HeS
A2FM80 61 Released:

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50

100

150

200

250

300

350

400
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100

150

200

250

, i
300

350

400
Flow Q (m3/h)

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Performance Diagram for FRAMO Pump

Drawing no.

Pump type:
Imp. (mm)
Driver
Remarks

NO.
1
2

TK150
: 225.
: A2F 56

Order no. : 611586-87/1


Construct: 05.10.98/HeS
Released

(rpm)
J4.38.
J4.38.

0169-0935-4
(Kg/cmJ)
0.75
100

(cSt)
1.00
1.00

: Oj~.lo.c??/#~

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100

150

200

250

300

350

460
450
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100

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200

250

300

350

400
450
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Frank Mohn Services AS

6 RULES
for

FRAMO PORTABLE PUMPS


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How to connect the pump to Ihe main system:


1. Always connect the snap-on coupling on the return side first.

.TII , Iun

2.

Then connect the pressure side in the same way.

3.

Be sure that the snap-on couplings are secured by means of


the locking ring - and that the locking screw on the starting
head (flow control valve) is secured. ,.,
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--

....

..-..

...

4. Start the pump slowly and run it on deck for about 30 sec. to
make sure that oil flow is free and the pump runs normal flush the seal area with water.

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pump!
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6. Lower the portable pump into the cargo tank by means of a


sling and never by the hoses.
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15. juni MM\s:\dokument\NO-8750

Frank Mohn Services AS

No. 15

1996

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Service Bulletin

ii

Keep you up to date with the latest news from Frank Mohn Services AS

FRAMO Portable Cargo Pump

FRAMO

FRAMO Portable Cargo Pump is an excellent stand-by pump,


adding a high degree of extra safety on board all vessels, equipped
with FRAMO pumping system.

But sorry to say

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- on

some ships the equipment is forgotten and

stored in an unacceptable way.


.../. Ifonce needed in an emergencl sitation

-the p'ortable pumping

equipmentis not in "ship-snape condition, i.e. lack of maintenance,

"..,..."

ruined hoses and snap-on couplings, wrong connection to the main


system, or misunderstanding during operation.

Result: "Blown-up" pump/flex. hoses - oil spill and even cargo


contamination!

To secure safe operation


we will highlight the following
V How to connect the pump to the main system
V Correct operation of equipment during pumping
V Correct storage on board, cleaning/preservation
after use
V Regular test/check of pump and flex. hoses

FRAMO

Genera I

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FRAMO Portable Pump is normally supplied as a part of our cargo pumping systems, for stand-by and safety
applications according to classification societies.
In addition; the equipment is also supplied separately to coastguards, salvage companies, refineries and
terminals all over the world - and also available for rental world-wide.
Ranges of portable pumps produced by FRAMO have been up-graded and redesigned many times over the
last 30 years, but for all types of portable pumps supplied as part of our cargo pumping systems spare parts
and service are available world-wide if needed.
Range of transportable pumps per today:

Flow control-valve/Starting

Capacity

Handwheel

u 100
E 90

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80
70
60
50
40
30
20
10

head

Locking screw

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The portable pump is equipped with a flow


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A) How to connect the pump to the main system
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Alwaysconnect the snap-on coupling on the return side first.

2)
3)

Then connect the pressure side in the same way.


Be sure that the snap-on couplings are secured by means of the locking
ring- and that the locking screw on the starting head (flow control valve)
is secured.

4)

Start the pump slowly and run it on deck for about 30 sec. to make sure
that oil flow is free and the pump runs normal,- flush the seal area with water.
Never hook-up the portable pump to the main system without using a flow
control valve for speed control of the portable pump!

5)

B)

Correct operation of equipment during pumping


Handling:
. lower the portable pump into the cargo tank by means of a sling, and newer

by the hoses.
For easy and controlled handling of pump and hoses in/out of tank use the
FRAMO portable hoist.

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. The portable pump to be placed on the tank top in a vertical position.


. Secure the cargo hose and hydraulic hoses at the tank hatch on deck to avoid
stress on the portable pump and to avoid the pump tipping over.
. Materials in the portable pump are of stainless steel AISI 316l, and the flexible
hydraulic hose neoprene rubber as a standard.
. The portable pump parts exposed to cargo resists most chemicals and acids,
but the neoprene rubber in the flexible hoses has some limitations.
. For frequent discharge of cargoes with destructive effect on the neoprene hoses,
FRAMO can offer special chemical resistant, or stainless steel protection hoses.
. Another alternative is to avoid contact between the cargo and the flexible hoses
by lowering the pump with liquid level in tank. Some companies are using this
as a standard routine, but here the operator must pay extra attention to avoid
dry running of the portable pump.

Starting - Discharging:
. Start the portable pump by turning the handwheel on the starting head anticlockwice.

Discharge capacity will increase if the back pressure is reduced to a minimum.


If possible use the portable pump to transfer the cargo to another cargo tank
and discharge the cargo ashore with the main cargo pump.

C) Cleaning/ preservation

after use

Stopping:
. Stop the portable pump - by closing the flowcontrolvalve.
. Closethe ball-valveon pressure side snap-on coupling-station.
. Relievethe pressure in the hose by opening flowcontrol valve a short period
of time.

Cleaning:

. For cleaning
. For cleaning

the pump inside, run the pump in fresh water in a drum on deck.
the pump and hoses outside, use steam or flush with fresh water,
according to what type of cargo has been discharged.

Disconnection:

Disconnect the pressure snap-on coupling first.

. Drain off approx. one cup hydraulic oil from the flex. pressure hose.
. Check that the snap-on coupling is clean and corrosion protected (greased).
. Put on the protection cover.
. Disconnect the return side snap-on coupling the same way.
D) Storage

on board

Forcastle/Bosum store
. The portable pump and flexible hoses must be cleaned and ready for new
pumping job before the equipment is placed in storage room onboard.
. The storage room must be clean and dry, and the pumping equipment
must have easy accessibility.
. The flexible hoses are filled with hydraulic oil. Drain off approx. one cup'
of oil from the hoses before storage (when disconnecting from the main
system).
. Control the bending radius for the flexible hoses during storage
(min. 800 mm).
. Control that the units are safely supported, and check that the snap-on
couplings and starting head/flow controlvalves are greased and protected.

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Testing of the portable pump unit
QUATERLYCHECK ROUTINES

Control the snap-on coupling stations on deck.


Remove the protection cup - drain off any water - check the o-rings - move
the ball valve and all the moving parts - grease the units.
. Control the portable pump unit with flex. hoses and starting head in the
storage room.
Check that the unit is supported safely.
Check the flexible hoses and be sure that the hydraulic pressure inside is
relieved (max. 6 bar).
Check the snap-on couplings and the starting head and repaint or grease if
necessary.

TESTING OF THE PORTABLE PUMP

Once a year we recommend

to run a function,

capacity

and drill test of the

portable pump.
FRAMO suggest the following procedure:
. Hook-up the unit to the main system as standard routine.

Hoist the portable

pump into the sea (the ship is not sailing)

or into an

available cargo tank with water.


Run the pump with full speed (control that the locking screw on the starting
head is in a correct secured position to prevent the hand weel from turning of~.
Never start the pump if this locking screw is missing!
. Run the pump for approx. half an hour and control the hydraulic pressure
and the pump capacity.
Make a visual control of the complete unit.
. Then run the pump with reduced speed in a drum with fresh water on deck
for flushing and control for any hydraulic oil leakage.

FRANKMOHN SERVICESAS can offer you this test, or we can offer the test
combined with a one day training and drill test of the crew when the ship is
in Rotterdam, Houston or Singapore. If you are interested, please do not hesitate
to contact FRANK MOHN SERVICESAS for more information.

Yours faithfully
FRANK MOHN SERVICES A/S

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Service Bulletin

Keep you up to date with the latest news from Frank Mohn Services AS

FRAMO Submerged

Cargo Pump

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Planned Maintenance System

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An efficient planned maintenance


system on board will keep your
cargo pumping system in proper
condition.

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The maintenance systemmustclearly


highlight job specifications - and define
intervals as well as responsibilities.

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The planned maintenance systemfor


FRAMO cargo pumping system is an
important part of the Ship's Quality
Assurance System, ISO 9002.

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A properly maintained systemwill


reduce unnecessary problems and
increase the ship's turnover.

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General
For all ships trading world-wide,

Quality Assurance

it will in the near future be required to have an approved

- ISO

System

9002

on board.

An important part of your ship's Q-A System will be a Planned Maintenance System for all the
equipment on board, i.e. job specifications, carried out by, approved by, inspection intervals
as well as a separate record book for logging of results.
There is no doubt that a properly maintained system will reduce operation costs and obtain a
safe and sound ship.

Planned Maintenance

System for FRAMO Cargo Pumping System

Approximately 1.200 ships are today equipped with FRAMO Cargo Pumping System.Some of
them have already an approved Quality Assurance Systemon board, but the majority will have
to develop and implement a Q-A Systemin the near future.
To give these FRAMO Ships some guidance, we have in this Service Bulletin proposed a basic Planned Maintenance System on the next pages. The equipment on board, as well as the
type of ship and trade may differ from ship to ship - our proposal is therefore to be understood
as guidance only.

Explanation to the following

basic Planned Maintenance

System

is the main components in your specific FRAMO Cargo


Pumping System.

Equipment:

Job Specifications:

specifies the various activities.


Note! A visual inspection of the cargo pump's top plate
means visual control of local control valve, purging valve,
ball valve, pressure gauge, et cetera. Repair when
necessary.

Drawing No. :

refer to the drawing in the FRAMO Service Manual.

Maintenance instruction:

refer to FRAMO Service Manual.

Carried out by/Approved

Inspection intervals:

by:

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can vary from ship to ship, but it is a must that the


responsibilities are clearly defined.
can vary according to type of ship and trade and your
own experience.

Proposed Planned M
for FRAMOCargo
Ref. Ship's QA-S1

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P.T.O. gear
bearings clutch
control

Job
Specification
Drawing No.
Maintenance
instruction No.

Hydr.
oil
tank
level

643-4-5

Purging
routine
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consulted to work out a specific maintenance plan for your ship - or you he
experience. Please don't forget auxiliary equipment such as: Ballast Pump!

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Pumping System
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Ten Rules to remember...


1.

Purge the cargo pump's cofferdam before and after discharge. Log and
evaluate the purging result. Take necessary action.

2.

Never start any dismantling of the cargo pump before you have identified
the problem. Always pressure test the cargo pumps cofferdam to identify
any leak. Always remember to use the correct tools from the FRAMO tool
box.

3.

Use only genuine FRAMO parts.

4.

If you have any problem with capacity, stripping or parallel pumping,


check the cargo pump's condition against the performance curve

5.

During discharge: Regulate the hydraulic system pressure to approx.


15 bar above the highest consumer - regulate cargo pump capacity by
hydraulic pressure, not by throttling of cargo valve.
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6.

Avoid air in the hydraulic system. Deairate the system on a regular basis.

7.

Keep the hydraulic system clean. Cleanliness is absolutely necessary.

8.

Take a hydraulic oil sample, every 3rd month for particle counting (ISO
4406). Every 12th month full analyze according to FRAMO standard
1400.063.

9.

Never mix the hydraulic oil with lub. oil.

10.

Implement a planned maintenance system for the complete cargo


pumping system.

For further information


please contact our
FRAMO Service Offices worldwide.

No. 21

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Frank Mohn Services AS


Service Bulletin
Planned Maintenance

Keep you up to date with the latest news from Frank Mohn Services

System

- Updated

Recommendations

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Hydraulic Filters

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Reduced Water Content

- Changing

Complete Tool Box

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Intervals

- Increased

Life Time

Testing of Cargo Pumps

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Spline Lubrication

- Reduced

Service Costs

AS

Dear Customer!

RECOMMENDATIONS
TO REDUCE
YOUR MAINTENANCECOSTS

With the implementation of the ISM-code, a planned maintenance program is required. In this respect we would like to
draw your attention to the part of the program concerning the FRAMO cargo pumping plant. Based on experience, new
technology and feedba~k from our customers, the maintenance recommendations have changed over time.
We recommend you to update your program according to this information.

Hydraulic Oil Filters - Change Intervals


In the original instruction manuals you may find that the
filters have been recommended changed once a year,
even without any filter alarm. Today the filters are to be

changed based on condition only, either from a filter


alarm due to high differential filter pressure or from the
analysis result of oil samples.
should no filter alarm occur and your hydraulic oil is in
good condition {cleanliness level better than ISO code
16/12} the filters should not be changed.
We recommend that you draw a sample for particle
contamination analysis four times a year. In addition, a
full analysis should be carried out once a year. FRAMO
can offer assistance during oil sampling, monitoring and
trend analysis as well as providing advice of preventive
maintenance.

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Reduced Water Content in Hydraulic Oil Increased Lifetime
Previously the maximum allowed water content in the
hydraulic oil was 0,1 %. Experience has shown that a low
water content in the hydraulic oil improves lifetime of
hydraulic components as well as of the hydraulic oil itself.
We have found that the maximum water content should
be below 0,05% or 500ppm.

The water content should normally be well below


300ppm.
Any increase in water content must be investigated, the
cause corrected and the water removed. To remove water
we may offer rental of purifier and / or special water
filter. Note that this is only a temporary solution - the
cause of the water ingress must be located and repaired!

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Testing of Cargo Pumps

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In the past we have recommended you to test run your cargo pumps against closed discharge valve, once or twice a
year. Such a test requires calibrated pressure gauges and there are several possibilities for error as well as the amount
of work involved. Provided no problems are experienced during discharge, parallel pumping or stripping, there is no
need for periodic testing of the cargo pumps.
The cargo pump test is useful when trouble shooting a specific pump.
Testing of cargo pumps is recommended in view of a planned docking.
Pre-docking tests are necessary to set up a
proper repair schedule to determine which
cargo pumps will need an overhaul.
Cargo pump testing is also carried out during
on board training courses.
This is to inform the crew of how to do the test
and learn to evaluate the results.
In view of above we kindly ask you to change
this activity from periodic to condition based in

your planned maintenance program.

Framo Tool

Boxes - Use Special Tools and Reduce YourService Costs

Experience has shown that the originally supplied special tools contained in the FRAMO tool boxes are often lost or
damaged over the years. Doing maintenance on the cargo pumps without these tools may cause damage to the
pump as well as to the new parts, increasing your total costs. It is better to renew the contents of the tool box than
paying for damage during repair or even malfunction during the following discharge operation.
please include an annual check of the FRAMO tool box in your maintenance program.

Spline Lubrication

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Experience indicates that inspection and lubrication of the spline connection between the hydraulic pumps and the
PTO output shafts is neglected, causing abnormal wear on the spline. This is also the case on electric motors with
spline connection.
It is very important to have a scheduled routine for control of this lubrication. We recommend that the oil on the
spline is changed every 800 running hours, or every six months, whichever comes first.

level control

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If you need any further advices or assistance, please do not hesitate to contact us!

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Evaluation

Test

for FRAMO Cargo

Pumps

Test Procedure
Each cargo pump to be tested against a closed discharge valve.
Hydr. System pressure to be at maximum.
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Record hydr. pressure at control valve and cargo pressure at top cover
plate.

Corrections
Ullage and sp. gr. for the cargo.

Control of results
Check the recorded results against the actual pump curve.

Possible wear and tear


Increased wear ring clearance.

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Control valve is not compensating.


Worn out hydro motor.

Evaluation
1)

of results

Normal cargo pressure - hydro pressure too high

Increased wear ring clearance.


2)

Cargo pressure too low - hydr. pressure too low =


Reduced speed - bad control valve - bad hydro motor

3)

Cargo pressure too high - hydro pressure too high =


Overspeed caused by control valve

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PUMP T~ST - EVALUATION FORM


All cargo pumps with cargo in tanks to be run against closed cargo valve.
Expected cargo pressure in bar is: (mlc-ullage) x sp.gr. x 0,981
10
Hydr. pressure in bar: p (bar) x sp.gr.
design sp.gr.

Ship name:
Date:

Operator:

Tank no.

Sp.Gr.

M ullage

Pump type

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2
3
4
5
6
7

1,0
0,83
1,0
1,2
0,7
0,9
1,7

0
2
8
11
1
2
0

80-125
80-125
80-125
80-125
80-125
80-125
80-125

FCVI LIM

FCV 400/173
FCV 400/173
FCV 400/173
FCV 400/173
FCV 400/173
FCV 400/173
FCV 400/173

Cargo Pressure
Recorded
Expected
12,5
10,2
11,8
13,8
10,2
9,7
21,3

Hydraulic Pressure
Recorded
Expected
125
104
150
180
105
90
213

System pressure:
H.G.temp:
REMARKS

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PUMP TEST- EVALUATION FORM

Allcargo pumps with cargo in tanks to be run against closed cargo valve.
Expected cargo pressure in bar is: (mlc-ullage)x sp.gr. x 0,981
10
Hydr.pressurein bar: p (bar)x sp.gr.
design sp.gr.

Ship name:
Date:

Tank no.

Operator:

Sp.Gr.

M ullage

Pump type

FCVI LlM

Cargo Pressure
Recorded Expected

Hydraulic Pressure
Recorded Expected

System pressure:
H.G.temp:
REMARKS

92

DrC'N1r.g
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Performance Diagram for FRAMO Pump


Pump type:
Imp. (mm)

Driver
Ref"i.cr~

so 125-5 A
: 328.

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t

no. :~./;7
Construct : ~ ( .
Order

(kg/em3]
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(cSt)
1.00

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25

1.1-.

75

100

125

175

~
~

200

225

275
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: A2FM63 61 Relecsed:

(r;m)
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25

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75

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125

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150

175

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225

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275
Flow Q (mJ/llJ

ffi
FRAMO

Frank Mohn Services AS

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Evaluation Sheet
Course:
Place and date:

Company:
Occupation:
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1. Have this course been useful for your daily working situation?
2. How did you like the course outline?
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3. Value of hands-on training?


4. Value of theoretical training?
5. Quality of main instructor?
6. Your opinion about the personal training manual?
7. Will it be useful to attend a similar training course in the future?

What did you like most about this training course?

What did you not like about this training course?

Further comments?

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Evaluation of Framo in general:

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1. Your opinion about operation of the Framo system?


2. What about maintenance on the Framo system?
3. Quality of Framo service?

4. Spare parts availability?


5. Spare parts identification?
Comments in general?

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