Hamworthy ST10-C

Super Trident
Sewage Treatment Unit
to IMO MEPC 159(55)

Final Data Book

GO 97940
Hull B350
Keppel Fels

WARTSILA WATER SYSTEMS LIMITED

Fleets Corner, Poole, Dorset, BH17 0JT, England
Telephone: +44 (0)1202 662600
Facsimile: +44 (0)1202 668793
Email: info@hamworthy.com
Web: www.hamworthy.com

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GENERAL

Statement of Country Origin

Statement of Conformity

Certification

FAT Report

Functional Design specification

Installation and Handling / Lifting

Preservation procedure

Preparation and Start-up

Commissioning Test Procedure

Operation and Instruction Manual

Lubrication and Additive Chart - Not Applicable

Instrument Data Sheets

Part List

Drawings

Fabrication Databook

Asbestos Free Declaration

GO 97940
B350
Keppel Fels
Final Data Book

Country of Origin

WARTSILA WATER SYSTEMS LIMITED
Fleets Corner, Poole, Dorset, BH17 0JT, United Kingdom
Telephone +44(0)1202 662600
Email: info@hamworthy.com
Website: www.hamworthy.com
Facsimile: Spares and Sales +44(0)1202 668793; Service +44 (0)1202 662622

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GO 97940
B350
Keppel Fels
Final Data Book

Statement of Conformity

WARTSILA WATER SYSTEMS LIMITED
Fleets Corner, Poole, Dorset, BH17 0JT, United Kingdom
Telephone +44(0)1202 662600
Email: info@hamworthy.com
Website: www.hamworthy.com
Facsimile: Spares and Sales +44(0)1202 668793; Service +44 (0)1202 662622

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refers to the stream of ML that is returned from the Settlement Tank to the Aeration Tank via the RAS air lifting pipe. or ‘sludge’ when the surplus bacteria is wasted from the system. .INTRODUCTION GENERAL ST-C Definition An ST-C unit is defined by its code. It is a mixture of bacteria and other particulate materials. De-chlorination – a process that uses chemicals such sodium bisulphite to remove residual chlorine in the disinfected effluent. measured in mg/l of oxygen.Dissolved oxygen. MLSS – Mixed liquor suspended solids. GENERAL DESCRIPTION OF ST-C UNITS The Hamworthy Super Trident sewage treatment unit. COD – Chemical oxygen demand. pH – a measurement of the acidity of the treated effluent. For example. for ST10-C: ST 10 -C Super Trident disinfection Chemical unit size Nomenclature ML – Mixed liquor. represents the oxygen concentration in the ML available for the aerobic bacteria to degrade the organic matter. certified in accordance with IMO MPEC159(55) guidelines. DO . RAS – Returned activated sludge. Chlorination – a process that uses chemicals such as sodium hypochlorite to kill bacteria given sufficient contact time. a measurement of the organic matter in oxygen equivalent that would have been consumed by degrading the said amount organic matter. also referred as biomass. incorporates a number of new features to enhance the treatment performance in comparison with the previous generation of Hamworthy units. BOD – Biochemical oxygen demand. a term used to describe the liquid content within the Aeration Tank. a measurement of the organic matter in oxygen equivalent consumed by using strong chemical oxidants. a measurement of solids content in the ML and indicates the concentration of bacteria within the Aeration Tank. Faecal coliform – indicative bacteria which often find their origins in the faecal matter.

Air is supplied to the sewage from a rotary blower through a number of fine bubble diffusers. feeding on organic materials as their ‘food’. located at the bottom of the tank but removable from the side for ease of maintenance. thus preventing the pollution of harbour and coastal waters and inland waterways. when sampled from the Aeration Tank should appear brown in colour. a number of small units can be arranged to suit accommodation requirements rather than one large installation requiring considerable installation space and long lengths of piping. un-used oxygen. into sulphate compounds which are odourless and harmless. fresh or brackish flushing water. then the ML is suffering from a lack of aeration. will grow in their population. if necessary. The ML gravitates into the Settlement Tank via an internal pipe. and with an earthy smell that is not offensive. . The system uses the activated sludge treatment technology. The system is ideal for ship installation as. flexible. The organic materials in the sewage are absorbed and bio-degraded by the aerobic bacteria which rely on the constant supply of oxygen from the blower. substances that are generated by the anaerobic bacteria under septic or anaerobic conditions. and a Chlorine Contact Tank. The aerobic bacteria. It is generally accepted as the most compact. The ML. or too much organic material to handle. The Aeration Tank can be emptied using the Discharge Pump under manual control. and water vapour and is emitted to the vent system. efficient.he Super Trident ST-C unit is a self-contained system for treatment of sewage before it is discharged overboard. The Super Trident will operate satisfactorily on salt. The same bacteria also convert the sulphide compounds. This growth results in an increase of Mixed Liquor Suspended Solids (MLSS) concentration in the Aeration Tank. The ‘off-gas’ from the Aeration Tank contains carbon dioxide. coupled with chemical disinfection of the final effluent. It is therefore important to ‘de-sludge’ the unit to maintain a stable MLSS and healthy bacteria in the system. where it is mixed with the bacteria within the Aeration Tank to become the Mixed Liquor (ML). If the physical appearance looks grey or black. which are harmless to the receiving waters. DETAILED DESCRIPTION OF ST-C UNIT Aeration Tank The incoming sewage enters the Aeration Tank via a coarse mesh. Therefore good diffuser condition is important to maintain good aeration and complete mixing in the tank. or toxicity in the wastewater. The aerobic bacteria convert the organic materials into substances such as carbon dioxide and water. a Settlement Tank. The diffusers generate very fine air bubbles from which the oxygen will diffuse into the ML for use by bacteria. nitrogen. The Super Trident sewage treatment unit comprises a tank divided into three water tight compartments – an Aeration Tank. with a foul smell. and environmentally sustainable system for use on board ships.

. It is important that the bacteria which enter in the Settlement Tank are returned in sufficient quantity to the Aeration Tank but in a more concentrated form. the dechlorination chemical is dosed to remove residual chlorine content in the treated effluent prior to discharge overboard or to shore connections. The Chlorination Dosing Pump doses Sodium Hypochlorite solution into the Contact Tank at a pre-set and adjustable dosing rate under automatic control. An emergency overflow pipe connection is also provided through which only treated effluent can pass. The aerobic bacteria flocs settle out within the middle section of the Settlement Tank. The high head pump is suitable for heads up to 25 metres.1 “Sewage Loading Table”). The chlorination dosing unit comprises a bund sized to accommodate 25 litre chemical container. The dosing pump is self priming and will raise an alarm when the chemical reservoir reaches low level.8 “Control Philosophy”). in a stream called Returned Activated Sludge (RAS). At the suction of the Discharge Pump. It is important to prevent accumulation of particles within the Contact Tank in order to ensure that chlorination is effective. A High-High level switch provides an alarm signal should the level within the Contact Tank continue to rise above the normal “High” position and reach the High-High level. and gravitates into the Chlorine Contact Tank. Discharge Pumps ST2A-C to ST6A-C These pumps are horizontal close-coupled centrifugal units with a 2-bladed open impeller of the non-clog type. The system allows easy measurement and calibration of RAS flow. . and controls to adjust the dosing rate. The medium head pump is suitable for heads up to 18 metres. Chlorination and Dechlorination Dosing Units 1. To prevent this from happening. The dosing pump is self priming and will raise an alarm when the chemical reservoir reaches low level. The Settlement Tank is “hopper” shaped which prevents the sludge from accumulating on the sides. Otherwise. a Chlorination Dosing Pump. is carried out by discharging the entire content of the Settlement Tank every three days. a Dechlorination Dosing Pump. The Discharge Pump transfers the chlorinated effluent from the Contact Tank under automatic level control (see Section 2. and controls to adjust the dosing rate. From the Aeration Tank the ML flows into the Settlement Tank via an energy dissipation device to minimise any turbulence. and form increasingly concentrated layers towards the bottom section of the Settlement Tank. Treated effluent is moved to the top section of the Settlement Tank as a result of solids settlement. This operation also removes any possible accumulation of scum on the surface of the Settlement Tank. A sampling point is fitted to the pump discharge line for on-board analysis of residual chlorine and pH. From the bottom of the Settlement Tank. which aims to maintain a stable MLSS.3. An aeration down pipe is provided to the Contact Tank to agitate the tank content to assist periodic discharge under manual operation. the concentrated ML is returned to the Aeration Tank by the airlift tube. the RAS flow needs to be maintained at the rated average flow for the unit (see Table 1. bacteria may build up within the Settlement Tank and cause solids to escape into the effluent.Settlement Tank The Settlement Tank and the Aeration Tank form the Activated Sludge treatment system. The desludge operation. 2. Chlorine Contact Tank The effluent from the Settlement Tank gravitates into the Contact Tank in which sufficient chlorine contact time is allowed. The dechlorination dosing unit comprises a bund sized to accommodate a 10 litre chemical container on the ST2AC & ST3AC 25 and a 25 litre chemical container on the ST4AC & ST6AC. to kill off any remaining bacteria.

2 “BLOWER: RIETSCHLE DTA50 TO DTA80” ST13-C DTA80 Control Philosophy General The blower is operated by a manual switch on the control panel and should be switched on all the time the unit is in operation The Discharge Pump is controlled by a HAND/OFF/AUTO switch on the control panel. The pump continues to run until the liquid drops to the Low-level switch and the Discharge Pump stops. When dual pumps are supplied the second pump is typically a standby unit. with a second standby unit available as an option. When the Low-level switch is activated at the end of Contact Tank discharge. however if requested the sequence of operation may be arranged for lead-follow or parallel operation to suit special on-board conditions. it is under the control of the level switches situated in the Contact Tank. the Chlorination Dosing Pump starts.1 Blower Types and Manuals for each Sewage Plant Type Sewage Plant Type Blower Type Manual Section for Blower Type ST8-C DTA60 ST10-C DTA80 Section 6. The two lower floats operate the discharge pump(s). Table 2. Activation of the High level switch also activates the Dechlorination Dosing Pump. move the control switch to the HAND position. and the upper float operates the high-level alarm circuit should the level rise above normal. . The typical sequence of operation is as follows: When the liquid reaches the “High” level float switch in the Contact Tank. which stops when Discharge Pump stops. and actuate the alarm circuit. the Discharge Pump starts. When the Discharge Pump control switch is in the AUTO position. the liquid level will reach the “High-High” level switch. It doses the chlorine solution into the Contact Tank for a pre-set period at a pre- set dosing rate to allow a pre-determined amount of chemical solution into the Contact Tank. Should the “High” level switch fail to operate for any reason.Blower One air blower is fitted as standard. Operation of the button will prevent all pumps and blowers from running. Remote Emergency Stop Terminals are provided in the control panel for customer supply and connection of a remote stay-put type emergency stop button. The level switches in the Contact Tank are of the magnetic reed type with three floats mounted on a common stem and wired to the control panel. To empty the tank for cleaning or maintenance. The Discharge Pump will run until the control switch is moved to OFF or Auto.

it is important to ensure the combined feed flow into an ST-C unit does not exceed the designed average and peak loading conditions for the unit . The ST-C units can receive wastewater from an integrated ejector system. They can also process grey water when the flow and concentrations are well defined. other dedicated collection tanks. dilution water can also be added to the feed system or to the ST-C Aeration Tank. or a combination of these. vacuum collection unit.ST-C SYSTEM INTERFACE CONFIGURATIONS ST-C units are designed to treat sewage flow from gravity and vacuum toilet systems. When applicable. However.

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Wiring is required between the pump motor and electric control panel. which meets solids discharge standards.INSTALLATION INSTALLATION GENERAL DATA The unit should be installed in a position where it is as level as possible when the ship or rig is in its normal position. Issue 1 0411 . The maximum angle of roll or pitch at which the unit will function satisfactorily is 22. CAUTION: Welding must not be carried out on the tank surfaces or the internal coating will be destroyed. COMPARTMENT VENTILATION Ensure that the compartment containing the Sewage Treatment plant has an unrestricted supply of clean air . Boltholes are provided in the baseplate of the unit for fixing. It is recommended that the Super Trident is installed with the longest side in a fore and aft direction to minimise the effect of rolling motion. FITTING INSTRUCTIONS FOR ITEMS PACKED SEPARATELY FOR SAFE TRANSIT Pump assembly complete with motor (when supplied loose): This requires bolting to the deck. See also the P&I diagrams FURTHER INSTALLATION DETAILS Typical ST-C Plant Installation: Hamworthy Documents T0406028A VENT SYSTEM DESIGN RECOMMENDATIONS Vent System Design Recommendations: Hamworthy Document R62734. To facilitate periodic maintenance and for use in an emergency. can be led. to the waste water mains. The incoming electrical control terminals are clearly marked in the control panel. Where solids are disposed of by macerator / garbage disposal unit. Galley wastewater. Hamworthy must be consulted. a direct overboard by-pass of the unit must be provided. A wiring diagram is permanently attached to the inside of the control panel cover. via a grease trap.5 degrees either side of the vertical. Pipe strains must be avoided when making suction and delivery connections.

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Emergency overflow connection (treated waste) 6. Level control switch for contact tank 7.ST60-C Water Systems Ltd Fleets Bridge. Key to Typical Installation Diagram (Figures 1A-1C ) 1. Contact tank sample point 27B. Discharge pressure gauge 24. Poole.11 05/11/12 . De-chlorination feed 27A. Final effluent sample point.standby (if fitted) 12. De-chlorination pump 4. Overboard discharge (installer to comply with appropriate regulations) 13. and pressure gauge * Items marked thus are not Hamworthy Water Systems Ltd supply ECN No. Dorset BH17 SEWAGE TREATMENT PLANT 0JT. Rotary air blower . Contact tank inspection hatch 17. Black water (raw sewage and urinals) inlet 18. Hospital / Galley waste inlet 19. Emergency air inlet connection (if single blower fitted) 8. Chlorination feed 26. Dilution water inlet (only required for vacuum collected waste) 25.10.08 25. Discharge flow control valve 23. Discharge pump . Vent to funnel or mast 20. Returned activated sludge airflow meter 14. Chlorination pump 3.2 BLOWERS T0406028D ST8-C .not harbour water) 11.08. ALL OTHER RIGHTS RESERVED. Dosing skid (chlorine (4A) & de-chlorination (4B) chemical containers and bunds) 5. Discharge pump .duty 11A. Isolating valves * 2. England SHEET 3 OF 9 INSTALLATION COPYRIGHT & DESIGN RIGHT HAMWORTHY WATER SYSTEMS LTD. Control panel for sewage treatment tank 10. TYPICAL SUPER TRIDENT Hamworthy 2 PUMPS . Returned activated sludge sample point 15. Branch above maximum waterline (prevents system back-up) 21. ORIGINAL N060168 N060592 ISSUE 1 2 3 DRAWN WJD ART MDM CHECK'D MLS ART ART APPR'D ILB ILB TD DATE 29. Seawater supply for initial filling and cleaning (use clean seawater or fresh water . Aeration tank sample point 16.duty 8A Rotary air blower . Storm valve * 22.standby (if fitted) 9.

It is NOT necessary to fully weld the complete exterior of the base angles to the support structure. Access to the following items must be arranged:- a) Electrical control panel – switches are mounted on the outside of the door. Alternatively the Base Angles may be welded to the support structure.therefore.08 25. but DO NOT weld to the tank sides or bottom as the internal protective coating will be destroyed. All electrical work should only be carried out by qualified personnel. It is recommended that the unit is installed in a fore and aft direction to minimise the effects of vessel rolling. cleaning. ECN No. England INSTALLATION SHEET 4 OF 9 COPYRIGHT & DESIGN RIGHT HAMWORTHY WATER SYSTEMS LTD. The holding down bolt dimensions are shown on the general arrangement drawing.10. The unit should be installed in a position where it is as level as possible when the vessel is in its normal trim state. The unit base flatness is within the tolerance levels shown in BS EN ISO 13920 . Bolt holes are provided in the base plate of the unit for fixing. The maximum angle of roll at which the unit will continue to function is 22½° either side of the vertical. b) Chlorination and de-chlorination dosing tanks. ALL OTHER RIGHTS RESERVED. etc. a weld pattern of a minimum 8mm fillet X 200mm long should be carried out adjacent to each bolt hole location. Poole. The incoming electrical control terminals are clearly marked in the control panel. the requirement for shimming maybe necessary during the installation process. ORIGINAL N060168 N060592 ISSUE 1 2 3 DRAWN WJD ART MDM CHECK'D MLS ART ART APPR'D ILB ILB TD DATE 29.2 BLOWERS T0406028D ST8-C .08. If the provided bolt holes are not going to be utilised. operation and maintenance manual. c) Valves that are regularly used for desludging. the door opening dimension is marked on the general arrangement drawing. TYPICAL SUPER TRIDENT Hamworthy 2 PUMPS . Dorset BH17 SEWAGE TREATMENT PLANT 0JT. All bolt holes MUST be used.ST60-C Water Systems Ltd Fleets Bridge.11 05/11/12 . d) Access covers in the top and sides of the unit.1997 (Table 3 tolerance class F) . (NOTE!! – It is important that ALL bolt hole locations are used) Supporting steelwork must span the base on the edges and the centre as shown in Figure 2 on page 9. GENERAL The following should be read in conjunction with the appropriate general arrangement drawing and installation wiring diagram for the contract and typical sectional arrangement shown in the installation.

ST60-C Water Systems Ltd Fleets Bridge. ECN No. Non return valves or valves that could cause a flow restriction should not be fitted. Dorset BH17 SEWAGE TREATMENT PLANT 0JT. Consult Hamworthy if hospital waste is expected to be an exceptionally large volume or any other waste is to be designated as “black”. BLACK WATER DRAINS These are for handling the waste from toilets. On gravity collection systems a macerator is recommended where larger material is likely to be present. Ensure that peak flows and periods do not exceed the peak handling capability of the sewage treatment plant. Ensure that all facilities connected directly or indirectly to the sewage treatment plant inlet have adequate water traps fitted or other means to prevent any venting back flow from the system into living areas. 2. ALL OTHER RIGHTS RESERVED. BLACK WATER GRAVITY PIPELINE FALLS (SLOPE) This should be a minimum of 10 mm per 300 mm run in the direction of flow after allowing for the worst trim conditions. Poole. England SHEET 5 OF 9 INSTALLATION COPYRIGHT & DESIGN RIGHT HAMWORTHY WATER SYSTEMS LTD. PIPE CONNECTIONS REQUIRED 1. For Hamworthy vacuum systems please consult Hamworthy for the relevant documentation. ORIGINAL N060168 N060592 ISSUE 1 2 3 DRAWN WJD ART MDM CHECK'D MLS ART ART APPR'D ILB ILB TD DATE 29. Hamworthy can supply a transfer station if the final soil pipe position is below the sewage treatment plant.08. To facilitate maintenance an overboard bypass line must be fitted.10. urinals and all hospital waste water as required by health codes.2 BLOWERS T0406028D ST8-C .08 25. TYPICAL SUPER TRIDENT Hamworthy 2 PUMPS . Hamworthy must be advised at an early stage as the size of the unit will be affected. If it is required to combine the grey water waste mains and the soil main. for other manufacturer’s systems please refer to suppliers instructions.11 05/11/12 . particularly on passenger vessels and ferries.

Dorset BH17 SEWAGE TREATMENT PLANT 0JT. Consideration should also be given to installing anti-foam dosing equipment. England SHEET 6 OF 9 INSTALLATION COPYRIGHT & DESIGN RIGHT HAMWORTHY WATER SYSTEMS LTD. ORIGINAL N060168 N060592 ISSUE 1 2 3 DRAWN WJD ART MDM CHECK'D MLS ART ART APPR'D ILB ILB TD DATE 29.2 BLOWERS T0406028D ST8-C . This can be supplied by Hamworthy. Poole. 3. it is normally led directly overboard via a 25 mm screen. Ensure that all facilities connected directly or indirectly to the sewage treatment plant inlets have adequate water traps fitted or other means to prevent any venting back flow from the system into living areas.08 25. If it is intended to connect it into the sewage treatment plant Hamworthy must be consulted as the size of the unit will be affected and an effective grease trap must be fitted. GALLEY WASTE This should be handled in accordance with IMO requirements.ST60-C Water Systems Ltd Fleets Bridge. Grey water waste must be piped separately from the black water soil main. Any grey water entering the sewage treatment plant must be subject to chemical control to ensure that only biologically friendly and low foaming chemicals are used. GREY WATER WASTE DRAINS This should be discharged directly overboard in accordance with IMO Regulations. TYPICAL SUPER TRIDENT Hamworthy 2 PUMPS . 5. 4. LAUNDRY WASTE Laundry waste may be treated in an STP designed for this purpose where laundry water is treated particular notice must be paid to the need to use low foaming chemicals where possible.08.11 05/11/12 .10. ECN No. ALL OTHER RIGHTS RESERVED. To facilitate maintenance an overboard bypass line must be fitted. If it is required to treat grey water waste in the sewage treatment plant then Hamworthy must be consulted as the size of the unit will be affected.

10. Ensure that the water traps on all facilities on any drains connected to the sewage treatment plant inlets are of an adequate depth to isolate the living areas from any vent gases. TYPICAL SUPER TRIDENT Hamworthy 2 PUMPS . EMERGENCY OVERFLOW FROM CONTACT TANK If this is piped directly overboard then the connection must be at least 1. ECN No. non-flammable and is released to atmosphere with saturated excess air that is not used in the stabilisation process.11 05/11/12 .2 BLOWERS T0406028D ST8-C .ST60-C Water Systems Ltd Fleets Bridge. Poole. If liquid pockets are unavoidable then an automatic drain connection must be fitted and included in the maintenance schedule. This is especially important should any hazardous gases be generated from an incorrectly maintained or operated system. England INSTALLATION SHEET 7 OF 9 COPYRIGHT & DESIGN RIGHT HAMWORTHY WATER SYSTEMS LTD. 6. then it should be connected to the bilge via a minimum water trap of 300 mm to prevent venting into the compartment. Flame traps or spark arresters are not necessary.08. however if required by local regulations they must be generously sized to meet the vent requirements between maintenance periods. 7. is non-toxic. Although best avoided. a suitably specified vent fan can be used for difficult pipe arrangements that would give more than 15 mm water gauge back pressure. A separate guide for vent pipes is available from Hamworthy. This has no odour. If the emergency overflow connection is below the maximum water level.08 25. ALL OTHER RIGHTS RESERVED. It is important that no liquid pockets can form in the vent to restrict the free run of the gases. Consideration must be given to worst trim and vent pressure conditions. Dorset BH17 SEWAGE TREATMENT PLANT 0JT. VENT Do not connect other system vents to the sewage treatment plant vent.5 m above the maximum sea water level to ensure that the discharge non return valves can be lifted and flow take place. Carbon dioxide is formed during the aerobic process of waste treatment. If the available level is less than this a back-up will occur in the system until the required head is available. ORIGINAL N060168 N060592 ISSUE 1 2 3 DRAWN WJD ART MDM CHECK'D MLS ART ART APPR'D ILB ILB TD DATE 29.

LOW FLUSH SEWAGE DELIVERY SYSTEMS (e. INSTALLATION OPTIONS 10. ALL OTHER RIGHTS RESERVED. 12.SIPHON PREVENTION If the top of the sewage treatment tank is above the minimum sea water level then the pump discharge pipeline must be looped above the top of the tank and a connection taken from the top of the loop to a point in the air vent above the discharge head of the pump.11 05/11/12 . Any grey water entering the sewage treatment plant must be subject to chemical control to ensure that only biologically friendly and low foaming chemicals are used. DISCHARGE OVERBOARD . VACUUM) The concentrated black water soil from this type of system must be conditioned to facilitate the biological treatment. TYPICAL SUPER TRIDENT Hamworthy 2 PUMPS . This can be supplied by Hamworthy. Consideration should also be given to installing anti-foam dosing equipment. Conditioning water should be fed to the aeration tank at a constant rate to prevent shock loading.ST60-C Water Systems Ltd Fleets Bridge. DISCHARGE OVERBOARD .10. DUAL PUMP SET This can be supplied to give a mounted standby pump. but it may be possible to use grey water subject to foam producing chemical control foam inducing detergents and/or use of anti-foam dosing equipment. Consult Hamworthy for the recommended flow rate of water to be added. Dorset BH17 SEWAGE TREATMENT PLANT 0JT.08. ASIATIC TYPE CONSTANT FLUSH TOILETS These will affect the size of the unit and Hamworthy should be consulted. This may involve the fitting of suitable ship side valves and/or the running a siphon prevention loop (similar to that described in item 8) above the maximum sea water level. 8. 11.08 25. ORIGINAL N060168 N060592 ISSUE 1 2 3 DRAWN WJD ART MDM CHECK'D MLS ART ART APPR'D ILB ILB TD DATE 29. Conditioning should be with clean water.2 BLOWERS T0406028D ST8-C . Poole.BACK FLOW PREVENTION If the sewage treatment tank is below the maximum sea water level then appropriate ship building regulations must be complied with. England SHEET 8 OF 9 INSTALLATION COPYRIGHT & DESIGN RIGHT HAMWORTHY WATER SYSTEMS LTD.g. ECN No. 9.

ULTRA-VIOLET (UV) DISINFECTION An optional UV unit can be supplied where any chlorinated/dechlorinated discharge is unacceptable or not preferred by the ship owner. condensate and particles. England INSTALLATION COPYRIGHT & DESIGN RIGHT HAMWORTHY WATER SYSTEMS LTD. TYPICAL SUPER TRIDENT T0406028D Hamworthy 2 PUMPS . Packers are to be used as required. 12. Dorset BH17 0JT.2 BLOWERS ST8C to ST60C SHEET 9 of 9 Water Systems Ltd Fleets Bridge.This equipment can be supplied to meet the requirements of the Environment of Canada Great Lakes Regulations. 13. SEWAGE TREATMENT TANK FIRST USED ON: Poole. EMERGENCY AIR SUPPLY Please refer to the sewage treatment plant manual technical data section or contract specific data for maximum and minimum air flow required for any particular model of sewage treatment plant. FOUNDATION-S H I P Y A R D SUPPLY ECN No. To avoid contamination of the process and clogging of the air diffuser elements the air supply must be free of oil. original N060168 N060592 ISSUE 1 2 3 DRAWN WJD ART MDM CHECK'D MLS ART ART APPR'D ILB ILB TD DATE 29/10/08 25/08/11 05/11/12 . ALL OTHER RIGHTS RESERVED. NOTE:. FIGURE 2: Foundation Note: the holding down feet may be welded to the support structure but DO NOT weld to the tank sides or bottom as the internal protective coating will be destroyed.

also creating surges as each W. The typical surge from a toilet flush will induce approximately 60 litres of air in 3-4 seconds.01. its effect must be taken into account on the overall vent pressure drop.10 INITIALS ART ART ART ART CHECKED KWC KWC KWC ART APPROVED & DATE TMD 2/07/08 . Reduce the need for flame traps . When coupling into any other vent pipe-work cannot be avoided or when fitting a vacuum sewage collection system to the sewage treatment plant. Coupling into other vent systems is discouraged. filters .SHT1. connect to a point in the larger vent as far above the sewage plant as possible (minimum 2 metres).e.tmp\R62734.docPrinted: 08/07/10 15:06 Good vent design and vent routing will ensure system backpressure is kept to a minimum and reduces the chance of condensation problems and gas or odours escaping into the accommodation or machinery spaces. (i. The sewage treatment plant overflow and any other connection to the system terminating within the vessel should be fitted with a similar device.C. this should ideally be run separately from the larger aeration vent pipe all the way to the vent point. etc connected to the sewage treatment plant or it’s feed pipe-work must have a device fitted to prevent venting from the plant into compartments e. HAMWORTHY Vent System Design Water Systems Ltd Recommendations R62734 POOLE. Facilities to enable draining of the vent pipe should be added where unavoidable water traps could occur in the vent line.06.) 3.03. Make the connection so as to avoid liquid transfer from the large vent to the small vent. 4.09 01. 7389####. On the larger STP units. Bends should be long radius type.). - DATE 2/07/08 10. The vent pipe run should be to the funnel or mast using the minimum number of bends. This is particularly the case with vacuum sewage collection systems. C. water seal of at least 30mm greater depth than the vent back pressure. DORSET BH17 0JT UK SHEET 1 SHEETS 2 for use with Hamworthy © ALL RIGHTS RESERVED USED WITH: Sewage Treatment Plant 7343####. Ensure that the vent pipe continuously rises from the Sewage Treatment Plant to the vent discharge point so that condensate can drain back to the sewage treatment plant and that listing of vessel is taken into account. urinals. (Allow for potential peak flushing rates by increasing the air flow rate from the sewage treatment plant according to the number of vacuum producing units venting into the sewage treatment plant & their air pumping capacity. 7438#### IT REF: C:\pdf\temp\rad31ECF. 7353#### 7361####. The total system backpressure should typically not be above 15mm water gauge. (Allow for potential peak flushing rates by increasing the air flow rate from the sewage treatment plant according to the number of vacuum producing units venting into the sewage treatment plant & their air pumping capacity. A good design will eliminate or reduce the need for additional equipment. (See table 1 for expected air flowrates for typical Sewage treatment systems) 2. where possible. Water Closets (W. 6. fans etc) General rules can be applied to the vent design for Hamworthy Sewage Treatment Units as follows: 1. which will increase the air flow rate from the sewage treatment plant. where a smaller separate balancing vent pipe is provided for the settling & disinfecting compartments. flush will induce approximately 60 litres of air in 3-4 seconds.) ISSUE No. Listing etc of vessel is to be taken into account. which could increase maintenance times to ensure the required backpressure is achieved. 7. g. 5. 1 2 3 4 ECN . All waste water inlets.09 11. Where this is not practicable. 8.

where system back-pressures cannot meet the required limits.03. 12.10 INITIALS ART ART ART ART CHECKED KWC KWC KWC ART APPROVED & DATE TMD 2/07/08 .SHT1.06. 1 2 3 4 ECN . The following air flows can be considered when calculating the required vent diameter: UNIT SIZE MAXIMUM TYPICAL VENT DESIGN VENT FLANGE MINIMUM VENT(A) NUMBER OF AIR FLOW (m3/h) CONNECTION DIAMETER (mm) NOMINAL ST-C RT-C SEPARATE VACUUM VACUUM DIRECT VACUUM DIAMETER VACUUM COLLECTION ST-V RT-V EJECTORS GRAVITY SYSTEM (mm) COLLECTION ON TANK TANK OR FITTED FEED FITTED DIRECT GRAVITY FEED 1A 1 9 29 80 50 80 2A 20 2 20 60 80 50 80 3A 2 32 72 80 50 80 4A 40 2 32 72 80 50 80 6A 60 2 50 90 80 50 80 80 2 50 90 100 80 100 8 2 58 98 100 80 100 10 2 68 108 100 80 100 13 2 89 129 100 80 100 15 2 125 165 100 80 100 20 3 190 250 125 100 125 25 3 190 250 150 100 150 30 3 300 360 150 100 150 40 3 300 360 150 150 150 50 3 500 560 250 225 250 60 3 500 560 250 225 250 (A) The vent diameter should be sized to allow a maximum pressure drop of 15mm wg with the typical air flows quoted against gravity and vacuum systems. 7389####. Where choice of vent discharge location is restricted to sensitive areas & odour extraction filters are required contact Hamworthy to discuss potential vent filter options. In the last resort. DORSET BH17 0JT UK SHEET 2 SHEETS 2 for use with Hamworthy © ALL RIGHTS RESERVED USED WITH: Sewage Treatment Plant 7343####. If fitted they should be sized to not increase the overall pressure drop above the required limit when dirty and should be regularly maintained. - DATE 2/07/08 10. HAMWORTHY Vent System Design Water Systems Ltd Recommendations R62734 POOLE.tmp\R62734. ISSUE No. should be sized so as not to increase the overall pressure drop above the required limit when dirty and should be regularly maintained. but if fitted.docPrinted: 08/07/10 15:06 9. 10 Flame traps are not normally required (check specified rules) in or at the end of the vent. contact Hamworthy to discuss potential vent fan options. 7353#### 7361####.09 01. 7438#### IT REF: C:\pdf\temp\rad31ECF. 11.01.09 11.

GO 97940
B350
Keppel Fels
Final Data Book

Preservation Procedure

WARTSILA WATER SYSTEMS LIMITED
Fleets Corner, Poole, Dorset, BH17 0JT, United Kingdom
Telephone +44(0)1202 662600
Email: info@hamworthy.com
Website: www.hamworthy.com
Facsimile: Spares and Sales +44(0)1202 668793; Service +44 (0)1202 662622

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PROCEDURE NO: T0406036

Required Procedures for Receipt and Storage of Sewage Units
1) – Upon receipt, the packed unit MUST NOT be left outside to the elements. The packed unit
should be stored under cover in controlled, dry conditions. The expected parameters for
storage conditions are (18 to 25 deg C with humidity levels between 75% and 85%)

2) - The unit MUST NOT be stored in its packed condition for longer than one month from the
date received. After this time the unit must be unpacked (sides and top of crate plus polythene
tent removed) and kept in clean, dry and level conditions that are free from any vibrations.

3) - The unit MUST be stored on its base and not turned under any circumstances.

4) - The unit MUST only be lifted via use of the lifting points provided.

5) – It is essential that Pumps, Blowers, Control Panels and supplied loose items (gauges,
thermometers and sensing devices etc) are adequately protected and kept dry.

6) - In the unpacked state it will be noted that the Pumps, Blowers and Control Panel have already
been wrapped in VCI treated polythene and charged with desiccant. Each of these areas must
be opened out and inspected to establish if any moisture is present. The Rotary Air Blowers
should be checked to ensure that the carbon blades are clean, dry and free to slide in the
rotors. Each of these areas must be re-packed as originally found with silica gel crystals
supplied for continuous storage. These packed conditions must remain until commissioning
takes place supported by inspection at monthly intervals as a minimum.

NOTE!! If the silica gel is blue in colour it maybe regenerated by heating in an oven @
105deg C until the colour changes to white.

7) - Ensure that ALL apertures are correctly sealed – and – regularly checked during storage prior
to Installation.

8) - When Control Panels are supplied loose, these will also be pre-wrapped in VCI treated
polythene and charged with desiccant. Such packages should be opened up and checked for
any presence of moisture. Once checked, any moisture found should be removed and the unit
re-packed with silica gel crystals supplied for continuous storage. These packed conditions
must remain until commissioning takes place supported by inspection at monthly intervals as a
minimum

9) - Do not fill with water at any stage prior to commissioning .

10) - Do not carry out any welding or other Hot Work on the tank shell as such actions will
damage the internal coating and invalidate the associated guarantee.

ECN Original
Issue 1
Drawn MDM
Checked T. Dodd
Appr’d T. Dodd
Date 26/11/2012

GO 97940
B350
Keppel Fels
Final Data Book

Preparation and Startup

WARTSILA WATER SYSTEMS LIMITED
Fleets Corner, Poole, Dorset, BH17 0JT, United Kingdom
Telephone +44(0)1202 662600
Email: info@hamworthy.com
Website: www.hamworthy.com
Facsimile: Spares and Sales +44(0)1202 668793; Service +44 (0)1202 662622

Offices, Associates Companies and Agents throughout the world

START UP PROCEDURES

General

This procedure covers the setting to work of the ST-C tank only. It does not cover the setting to work of any
vacuum collection, feed or sludge holding system.

Health and Safety Information

Before commencement of commissioning, the handbook should be read and understood. All chemical
handling should be carried out in accordance with the Materials Safety Data Sheets .

Preparation of Unit for Initial Operation

For Valve number positions see “GENERAL ARRANGEMENTS and P&I DIAGRAMS”.

The following assumes that both a duty and a standby blower are fitted. If only a single blower is fitted then
ignore references to “standby air blower” and to the associated valves “V10A” and “V20A”.

1. Ensure that all valves in the air supply lines are open (V10, V11, V12, V15 except standby blower
delivery valve, V10A). Close control panel isolator. Switch on the duty blower and check for correct
rotation by placing a hand over the inlet. Suction effect indicates correct rotation. Check operation of
Pressure Regulator/Relief valve (V20, V20A) by throttling blower discharge valves (V11, V12, V15).
Record the Regulator Valve pressure (PRV) set point registered on PI I1 (Refer to Section 1.2
“RECORD OF COMMISSIONING DATA”). Open blower discharge valves to check that relief valve
reseats. Repeat this for standby air blower.

2. With duty blower running, partially fill unit with water to cover diffusers. Adjust valves V11 to diffusers
and close valve V12 to air lifts and V15 to Control Tank visually inspect air to each diffuser via the
local inspection cover.

3. Select auto and duty Discharge Pump on panel.

4. Close all side and top hatches on tank, close valves V1, V3, V4 (when fitted) and V6. Open valves V2
and V5 and fill unit with clean sea water or fresh water until water flows into Contact Tank. Check for
leaks at covers. Close valves V2 and V5, open V3 and black water inlet valve V0, together with V4 (If
fitted) and V6 of duty Discharge Pump.

5. Partially fill Contact Tank and prime Discharge Pump. Check pump discharges correctly with no sign
of cavitation.

6. Check pump rotation.

7. Check operation of pumps from float switch when in “AUTO”. (High level switch activation starts
discharge pump, low level emergence stops pump.)

8. Check operation of “High High Level” alarm switch.

9. Check that the Contact Tank level holds when the Discharge Pump is stopped, to ensure that no
syphoning occurs.

10. Check air pressure above liquid in Aeration Tank with manometer. Not to be more than 15mm (H20
“Water Gauge”) with blower running. Record data on Commissioning Sheet.

Setting up Returned Activated Sludge (RAS) flow

With the tank full, open valve V12 and check that liquid is flowing through the visual indicator pipe in the
Returned Activated Sludge (RAS) line. The RAS flow should be the same as the rated hydraulic throughput
of the unit (with +/- 10% tolerance.) This flow is controlled by the air valve (V12) and indicated on the air flow
meter (FL I2). The flow rate of RAS should be determined by diverting the flow at the calibration point (V13)
into a measuring container over a set time.

Record air pressure on PI I1 with duty blower running. Change duty blower and record air pressure with this
blower running. Record the RAS flow and the air flow to the airlift (FI I2). Record these figure in Section 1.2
“RECORD OF COMMISSIONING DATA”.

Setting up Chlorination Dosing Pump

Note that chlorination and dechlorination are only required in restricted waters.

A certain amount of Sodium Hypochlorite solution (14%) should be pumped by the Chlorination Dosing
Pump into the Contact Tank over a 10 minute period after the discharge pump has stopped. The quantity
and flowrate are shown in the following table. (If the flowrate cannot be achieved in the 10-minute period, a
longer dosing period should be considered.)

See also Section 6.3 “CHLORINATION DOSING PUMP”.

If an alternative solution of Sodium Hypochlorite is available, different dosing rates should be used. Figures
based on a 10% solution of Sodium Hypochlorite have also been included for information.

Table 4.1 Chlorine Dosing Requirement (Over 10 Minute Period)

Sewage Contact Sodium Sodium Hypochlorite Approximate Daily
Plant Hypochlorite Flowrate over 10 Minute Chemical Consumption
Type Tank Dose per Pump Out Period
Working
Volume (10% Sol) (14% Sol) (10% Sol) (14% Sol) (10% Sol) (14% Sol)
(m3) (ml) (ml) (lit/hr) (lit/hr) (lit) (lit)
ST8-C 0.277 194 139 1.163 0.830 8.3 5.9
ST10-C 0.324 227 162 1.361 0.970 11.1 7.9
ST13 0.337 236 169 1.415 1.01 14.6 10.4

The Chlorination Dosing Pump setting should be adjusted in accordance with the above Table. The dosing
rate can be calibrated either from the instructions in the dosing pump manual or by dosing into a measuring
cylinder. If the unit has been commissioned on water, the residual chlorine in the Contact Tank, taken from
Sample Point V17 shortly before pump out should be 8 PPM or greater.

When the unit has an established biomass, the residual chlorine in the tank just before pump out will need to
measured by the operator and should be between 6 and 8 PPM. If this is not the case then the dose should
be adjusted accordingly.

If the sodium hypochlorite solution is available, check it is within its shelf life.

Note: Take the appropriate precautions when handling Sodium Hypochlorite.

After the chlorine dosing unit has been powered down, it must be manually restarted at the dosing unit, by
selecting "contact" operation and pressing the start pushbutton. This will have to be performed after a power
interruption or after the unit has been switched off, via the control panel. Please note, the rest of the ST-C
will restart automatically after a power interruption.

2 Dechlorination Dosing Requirement Contact Sodium Bisulphite (12%) Sodium Bisulphite (12%) Approximate Sewage Tank Average Dose Per Flowrate Required at Daily Chemical Plant Working Pump Out Pump Duty Point Consumption Type Volume (m3) (ml) (lit/hr) (lit) ST8-C 0.02 4. If this is not the case then the dose should be adjusted accordingly. Table 4. If the discharge pump (P1 or P2) has to be set at a different delivery pressure for any reason.324 123 3.9 The above dosing requirement must be achieved within the pump out period of the Contact Tank This time period is affected by the pump capacity and the discharge head.277 105 3. A certain amount of Sodium Bisulphite (12%) solution should be added to each litre of disinfected effluent discharged from the Contact Tank during the pump out process.8 barg for a medium head pump. the discharge pressure on the Pressure Gauge PI I6 should be set to 1.Setting up Dechlorination Dosing Pump Note that chlorination and dechlorination are only required in restricted waters. the residual chlorine measured by operator in the effluent taken from sample point V18 during pump out should be between 0 and 0. When the unit has an established biomass. the residual chlorine in the effluent.0 ST13-C 0.0 l/hr. as shown in the following table. . ST15-C to ST60-C: In order to achieve the correct dechlorination dosage. should be 0. With the discharge pressure set as above.02 7. and 2. (1 barg on the gauge equates to 10m head).4 “DECHLORINATION DOSING PUMP”. See also Section 6.4 “DECHLORINATION DOSING PUMP”.6 barg for a high head pump by adjustment of the Diaphragm Valve V6. Note: Take the appropriate precautions when handling Sodium Bisulphite. This will equate to a discharge flowrate of 8m3/hr.4“DECHLORINATION DOSING PUMP” This graph is based on Sodium Bisulphite 12% solution. IIf this is not the case then the dosing rate should be adjusted accordingly.5 PPM or less.02 6. If the unit has been commissioned on water.2 PPM.337 128 3.5 ST10-C 0. taken from Sample Point V18 during pump out. the Dechlorination Dosing Pump should be set to 3. the dechlorination dosing rate should be adjusted dependent on the value of the delivery pressure in accordance with the graph shown in Section 6. See also Section 6.

. Dilution water connections are shown in “GENERAL ARRANGEMENTS and P&I DIAGRAMS”. Care should be taken to ensure that the combined dilution water and raw sewage flow does not exceed the designed daily hydraulic loading of the sewage treatment plant. clean sea or fresh water.Dilution Water Requirement for Vacuum Collected Sewage Vacuum collected sewage is highly concentrated due to the reduced flushing water volume. This typically equates to the maximum dosing rates quoted in the following table: Table 4. The dilution water. receiving the sewage feed.3 Maximum Dilution Water Dosing Rates Sewage Dosing Plant Rate Type (l/min) ST8-C 5 ST10-C 7 ST13-C 9 For installations on board passenger vessels or if there is any doubt regarding the correct dosing rate for a particular application Hamworthy should be consulted. Bacteria will grow their population during this period. The recommended dosing regime is as follows: 1 dissolvable bag per day for a maximum of 4 days. If the sewage entering the ST-C has been collected via a vacuum method then to allow the bacteria to aerobically digest the waste it must be diluted. PROCESS START UP PROCEDURES Process start-up may take a period of 7~10 days. During this period. The process start-up can be assisted by adding Accelobac. the unit is operated under automatic control. should be continuously dosed at the rate of approximately 55 litres/person/day.

Dorset. Associates Companies and Agents throughout the world . Service +44 (0)1202 662622 Offices. GO 97940 B350 Keppel Fels Final Data Book Commissioning Test Procedure WARTSILA WATER SYSTEMS LIMITED Fleets Corner.hamworthy.com Facsimile: Spares and Sales +44(0)1202 668793.com Website: www. United Kingdom Telephone +44(0)1202 662600 Email: info@hamworthy. BH17 0JT. Poole.

7 Under no circumstances should any adjustment to the Compressors. We recommend that the commissioning be carried out by a Hamworthy Service Engineer or suitably qualified person. Hamworthy Commissioning Procedure for R62892 Water Systems Ltd POOLE.11 INITIALS ART CHECKED ART APPROVED/DATE I.4 Any special or additional safety procedures or safety induction required by the site must be attended to and followed.1 Only personnel working together or authorised by the commissioning engineer.11 T0104103 . 2. Pumps or other auxiliary components be carried out while they are running.ALL RIGHTS RESERVED IT REF: G:\Gavin\commissioning. hazards and safety precautions should be carefully noted & considered. Introduction The following procedure explains the basic commissioning procedure which is to be followed when carrying out the commissioning the ‘Super Trident’ Sewage Treatment Plants.8 Before proceeding with any electrical or mechanical adjustments or maintenance work.07. should be in the vicinity of the equipment when carrying out the commissioning work. if it is unavoidable for other personnel to be in the vicinity. and in all cases.3 Permit / permission to work should be obtained before starting the work 2. 2. Safety 2. 2.2 Before Starting the work a ‘Self Risk Assessment Prompt Card’ must be completed. ENGLAND ‘Super Trident’ Sewage SHEET 1 SHEETS 6 Treatment Plants © COPYRIGHT & DESIGN RIGHT HAMWORTHY WATER SYSTEMS LTD . ensure that the location of the ‘Emergency Stop’ button is known & is unobstructed. and all risks. along with the operating manual has been fully read and understood.07. BH17 0JT. this procedure must be carefully followed. Do NOT attempt to commission or operate the equipment until this document. PAGE ISSUE 1 ECN - DATE 13. 2.5 Suitable PPE (Personnel protection Equipment) must be worn at all times while carrying out the work . 2. then they must be made aware of the safety procedures. the equipment must be isolated and if needs be warning signs or notices should be displayed. 2.B/13. 2.6 The equipment may be stopped at any time by pressing the ‘Emergency Stop’ button on the control panel.doc PC Print: 13/07/11 11:50 1. Before starting the work.

general arrangement drawings & electrical installation drawings.11 INITIALS ART CHECKED ART APPROVED/DATE I.11 T0104103 .3 Make sure the overboard by-pass line has been correctly installed. 3. with an anti-syphon connection at the highest point.07.8 Ensure that the equipment has been installed in accordance with the ‘Hamworthy Water Systems’ general installation recommendations. Also ensure there is means to fill the U-bend with water 3. ENGLAND ‘Super Trident’ Sewage SHEET 2 SHEETS 6 Treatment Plants © COPYRIGHT & DESIGN RIGHT HAMWORTHY WATER SYSTEMS LTD . 3. PAGE ISSUE 1 ECN - DATE 13. 3.2 Black & Grey water inlet. 3.4 Vent line has been correctly installed free of any inverted loops.07. 3. Pre. If the unit is installed below the water line.Commissioning Checks References: • T0504031 or T0504028: Typical STC Installation (See attached) • R62734: Recommendations on Vent System Design (See Attached) • GA & Electrical Circuit Diagrams as applicable • OEM handbook Before starting the commissioning work the following Pre-Commissioning checks must be carried out.1 Electrical & Mechanical installation is completed and any Completion Certification issued by the shipyard or vessel has been completed.ALL RIGHTS RESERVED IT REF: G:\Gavin\commissioning.doc PC Print: 13/07/11 11:50 3.2 Permit to work has been issued.7 Check and confirm that the contact tank overflow pipe has been correctly installed and does not rise above the height of the tanks side connection & confirm that a water trap ‘U-bend’ is incorporated. Vent & Effluent discharge pipe work has been fully completed / installed is leak free and has been issued with a certificate of completion. BH17 0JT. Hamworthy Commissioning Procedure for R62892 Water Systems Ltd POOLE. If such pipe runs are unavoidable suitable condensation drains are installed.6 Water supply to the unit is available. then confirm that the line is looped above the maximum draught line. 3.B/13. long horizontal pipe runs or water traps. 3.

17 Check and confirm that all discharge valves are closed.ALL RIGHTS RESERVED IT REF: G:\Gavin\commissioning.14 Check the macerator (if fitted) and confirm that it is free to turn by hand.07. 3.16 Get the unit ready for commissioning by opening all the air valves except the isolation valve for the stand-by compressor which should be closed 3. 3.07.doc PC Print: 13/07/11 11:50 Note – Any discrepancies or deviations MUST be recorded on the ‘Commissioning Record Sheet’ Any such issues should be reported to the site staff. If these are connected to the black water inlet (Aeration tank) then check and confirm the correct Grease Trap is installed 3.B/13. check that the overboard discharge valve is open and that the Black & Grey Water inlet valves are closed. 3. and remedial actions should be recommended and arranged.11 INITIALS ART CHECKED ART APPROVED/DATE I. ENGLAND ‘Super Trident’ Sewage SHEET 3 SHEETS 6 Treatment Plants © COPYRIGHT & DESIGN RIGHT HAMWORTHY WATER SYSTEMS LTD .9 Inspect the unit for any visual damage or defects.11 Check that laundry & galley grey water is NOT connected to the contact tank. 3.10 inspect the interior of the tank before filling it with water to ensure that there are no foreign material present. 3. Note – Any damage of defects should be recorded on the ‘Commissioning Record Sheet’ Any such defects should be reported to the site staff and remedial actions should be recommended and arranged. Check that the internal tank coating is free of any damage or defects.11 T0104103 .12 Check the level switch floats are in good order& free to move. Ensure that the tank internal surface is complete and free of any damage.13 Check that the compressors are in good order and that the suction filters are undamaged and clean.15 Check that the Chlorine / Bisulphate pumps are in good order and that suitable amount of water 3. PAGE ISSUE 1 ECN - DATE 13. unions and connections and hose clips are damage free and fully tightened . ensure no welding or hot work has been carried out on the external surface of the tank. BH17 0JT. check all the air diffuser elements are in good order and check and re-tighten the diffuser tie rods. 3.18 Ensure that sufficient Commissioning spares are available. 3. Make sure all internal pipe work. Hamworthy Commissioning Procedure for R62892 Water Systems Ltd POOLE.

is to be followed and carried out.11 INITIALS ART CHECKED ART APPROVED/DATE I.4 Open discharge pump valves and prime the pumps.7 Adjust the sludge return airlift supply as follows. Hamworthy Commissioning Procedure for R62892 Water Systems Ltd POOLE.2 Switch on the lead air compressor & check rotation is correct. close valves 1. as noted below. Close the delivery valve and check and confirm that the relief valve lifts & re-seats on re-opening the delivery valve. open valves 2 & 5 & fill the tank with clean water. Check all hatches are free of any water leaks.1 Energise the control panel. Confirm that air diffusion is good from each of the diffuser heads. open air flow meter valve and check that liquid is flowing through the visual indicator pipe in the Returned Activated Sludge (RAS) line.6 Close valves 2. this should be investigated and Blowers overhauled if necessary. 5 & 7 if fitted and open valve 3.ALL RIGHTS RESERVED IT REF: G:\Gavin\commissioning. partially fill the tank with water until it is just covering the diffuser heads & then close the valves of the airlifts. Note – If any abnormality is observed with the blowers. 4. 4. 4. With the tank full.18 Ensure there is adequate ventilation has been provided in the area where the unit has been installed and that air duct is suitably located in relation to the compressor installed position. check the rotation direction. ENGLAND ‘Super Trident’ Sewage SHEET 4 SHEETS 6 Treatment Plants © COPYRIGHT & DESIGN RIGHT HAMWORTHY WATER SYSTEMS LTD .doc PC Print: 13/07/11 11:50 3. until water flows over the skimmer and in to the contact tank.4 & 6. Commissioning Procedure Once all the Pre-commissioning checks have been carried out.11 T0104103 . 4.3 With the lead blower running.3. This commissioning procedure / document should be used in conjunction with the operating manual and other relevant contract drawings. PAGE ISSUE 1 ECN - DATE 13. 4. Carry out the same for the Stand-by blower if installed. Confirm that there is no abnormal vibration or operating condition. 4. the following procedure. and selector switch position in the case where dual pumps are installed. Repeat for 2nd blower if installed. and check & test all the indication lamps.4 Close up all the tank side hatches and confirm all nuts are tightened.07. 4. 4.07.B/13. and it has been confirmed that the unit is ready for commissioning. BH17 0JT.

The flow rate of RAS should be determined by diverting the flow at the calibration point into a measuring container over a set time. Cavitation Is characterised by a loud rattling noise during pump operation. PAGE ISSUE 1 ECN - DATE 13.11 INITIALS ART CHECKED ART APPROVED/DATE I. if fitted. The final adjustment should result in a maximum sludge return of dark waste water.12 Adjust the Chorine dosing pump and Bisulphate pump in accordance with the adjusting procedure in the manual (See as attached for easy reference – Ref R62806) Confirm that the dosing cycle is set correctly by filling up the contact tank with water. If it is seen that the water has been pumped out. from tanks and fill with chemicals. Repeat for the following discharge pump. then confirm the ‘High Level Alarm’ is working by filling up the tank until the float switch is lifted to the upper most position and confirm that the ‘High Level Alarm’ is activated.07.10 check and confirm that the water is not pumped from the syphon vent during discharge. ENGLAND ‘Super Trident’ Sewage SHEET 5 SHEETS 6 Treatment Plants © COPYRIGHT & DESIGN RIGHT HAMWORTHY WATER SYSTEMS LTD .B/13. 4.ALL RIGHTS RESERVED IT REF: G:\Gavin\commissioning. then the height of the syphon vent line to be increased. and is caused due to insufficient resistance in the pump delivery line or a blockage or closed valve in the suction line. 4.07. 4.) This flow is controlled by the air flow meter valve and indicated on the air flow meter . Switch the Discharge pump to ‘Auto’ and allow the tank to discharge normally. BH17 0JT.11 T0104103 .doc PC Print: 13/07/11 11:50 The RAS flow should be the same as the rated hydraulic throughput of the unit (with +/. Note – When handing the unit over to the operator. advice should be given on how to re-adjust this once the unit begins to be filled with black water. After confirming the pumps operation on fresh water. discharge pump is activated and water is pumped overboard. remove / discharge the water.8 With the discharge pump setting in ‘Auto’ fill the unit with water until the Contact Tank level Reaches the upper float switch and confirm the float switch control of the discharge pump.11 Stop the discharge pump. Hamworthy Commissioning Procedure for R62892 Water Systems Ltd POOLE. Confirm the discharge time is correct 4.9 Check and confirm that the discharge pumps do not cavitate during discharge. then Carrying out visual check during pre-discharge & discharge operation. but not adjusted so much as clear water is started to be returned.10% tolerance. 4.

BH17 0JT.13 Check and measure the air pressure inside the tank by using a Manometer connected to the aeration tank / vent line. ENGLAND ‘Super Trident’ Sewage SHEET 6 SHEETS 6 Treatment Plants © COPYRIGHT & DESIGN RIGHT HAMWORTHY WATER SYSTEMS LTD .07.18 Advise the vessels staff how to carry out sampling and desludge operations and give basic operation training if possible / applicable.17 Check and confirm that the Macerator (if fitted) is working in good order. The air pressure should NOT exceed 15mm water gauge. with blower running.ALL RIGHTS RESERVED IT REF: G:\Gavin\commissioning. 4. Hamworthy Commissioning Procedure for R62892 Water Systems Ltd POOLE.B/13.07.11 T0104103 .11 INITIALS ART CHECKED ART APPROVED/DATE I.14 Open Black & Grey Water inlet valves to put the unit on line and check that the blower is running and that the discharge pump is set in ‘Auto’ mode of operation. 4. Confirm that the emergency overflow water trap is not blown out. 4. PAGE ISSUE 1 ECN - DATE 13. Excessive air pressure (above 15mm water gauge) indicates a restricted or undersized vent.doc PC Print: 13/07/11 11:50 4.

...................1 General............ 2 2 Introduction...................................................... 6 6..1 Preparation.................... 9 6.......................................................................................................3................................3............. 2 4 Hardware and Documents Required ..................................... 11 9 Auto Batch Cycle Start .........................5. 11 For Issue Number and Approval details see Section 1 “Approvals” on Page 2..................................................................................................................................................2 Function Level 1 (Manual Mode)....................................1 Connections ................................................................. Dorset............... 6 6.............. 8 6..................................................................................................................................................................................................... 10 7 Resetting to default settings .............................................................................. 2 3 Dosing Pump Specification............................3 To open pump type selection........................... 7 6...................................................2 Service Level continued......................................................................................... UK Set up Summary © Copyright & All Other Rights Reserved Page 1 of 11 Contents 1 Approvals ...... 2 5..............................5 Service Level........................................................................ ST-C – Grundfos Chlorine Dosing Pump R62806 Poole............................ 3 5........ 2 5 Setup/Configuration ............................................................................................................................................... 8 6............................2 Initial Start .................................................................................2 Procedure..............................5......................................................................................................................................................................................................... 6 6.......................... .............................................................................................. 10 8 Manual Batch Cycle Start ......4 Verification parameters – (Function Level 2) .................................... .3 Bleeding/Priming of the Pump using the Plus3 System ....................... 3 5.............. 6 6....1 Opening the service level... 2 5............................. 3 5........................................................ Fleets Corner............ Flow Rate and Dosing Volume......... 4 6 Function Levels ................... BH17 0JT..................................................................................................................................................................... Hamworthy Water Systems Ltd.........................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................3 Function Level 2 Changing Batch mode...................... ....5..................................

The meter will display a value (typical 3. 50Hz supply 110-20/220-240vac 50/60hz Dosing pump incorporating a Plus3 System. eg bell or buzzer) by shorting brown and black wires and then connect multi-meter probes across pins 1 & 4. See picture on the right hand side DISCHARGE HOSE OVERFLOW HOSE SUCTION HOSE 2. UK Set up Summary © Copyright & All Other Rights Reserved Page 2 of 11 1 Approvals Issue Date Status Author Approved By 1 11.3 ohms). faulty lead) 3.1 Connections Follow the steps below to verify interface cables & hoses interconnection:- 1.Henery Mr T. Hamworthy Water Systems Ltd. .Electrical lead with connector (for use with socket 3) 1 Off .20 l/HR. Electrical Lead with connector (for use with socket 4) Verify as above. Select continuity mode on multi-meter (Ohms). Dorset. Electrical lead with connector (for use with socket 3) Verify with multi-meter(or any continuity device available.Discharge/Overflow Hose 1-Off –Overflow Hose 1 Off – Grundfos Dosing Pump 1 Off . (Pin numbers & colours as above) For Issue Number and Approval details see Section 1 “Approvals” on Page 2.Electrical Lead with connector (for use with socket 4) 1 Off .Syringe & Hose 1 Off . (Schematics) 5 Setup/Configuration 5. 3 Dosing Pump Specification This document covers the following unit: Grundfos: DDI209D.10 Original Issue S. 10. This indicates that lead is OK.Dodd 2 Introduction This document describes the setting up of a Grundfos dosing pump.Suction hose with float switch complete with connector (for use with socket 5) 1 Off . Connect hoses.02. 4 Hardware and Documents Required Ensure the following items are available:- 1 Off .00 Bar.5-10 2. BH17 0JT. Pump Type DDI 2.Hamworthy wiring diagrams.(Should the multi-meter display a OL then it proves the cable is open circuit/broken wire. ST-C – Grundfos Chlorine Dosing Pump R62806 Poole. Fleets Corner.

5. Slide the float switch up and down along the float tube.. When float switch is raised the multi-meter will indicate open circuit (OL) and when lowered the display will indicate a reading as above. c) Connector 5 electrical lead is used to detect low level & is integral with the suction pipe 5. Electrical Lead with Integral Float Switch (For use with socket 5) Verify with multi-meter by connecting meter probes across pins 1 and 2. Fleets Corner. cable Mains Cable Socket 3 Healthy Signal Note: a) Connector 3 electrical lead provides error signals.3. Should the meter indicate reverse logic then simple slide the float switch off and turn it round. Once it is changed re-test the cable. Select continuity mode on multi-meter. 5.  Ensure that all pipes/hoses & dosing head connections are tight.(Or where the pump power supply is to be plugged in). . (2 Turns) Isolation Valve “D” 2. UK Set up Summary © Copyright & All Other Rights Reserved Page 3 of 11 4.3 Bleeding/Priming of the Pump using the Plus3 System 5. Use syringe provided to assist suction. Unscrew and discard caps from socket Socket 5 Floatswitch 3 and socket 4.2 Initial Start  Ensure that the rated voltage stated on the legend plate corresponds to the source power supply.  Ensure that all electrical connections are correct and plugged in. Electrical Connections: See electrical drawings Note: The dosing pump Socket 4 is supplied with dummy Dosing Pump Controller caps fitted over the sockets. 1. Hamworthy Water Systems Ltd. Dorset. BH17 0JT. ST-C – Grundfos Chlorine Dosing Pump R62806 Poole. Open Isolation valve ”D”. (fit the hose provided For Issue Number and Approval details see Section 1 “Approvals” on Page 2. b) Connector 4 electrical lead is used to initiate batch cycle.1 Preparation.

Remove the syringe & hose and empty. Hamworthy Water Systems Ltd. De-Aeration screw For Issue Number and Approval details see Section 1 “Approvals” on Page 2. Place suction hose/float switch in the bucket (or dosing medium as applicable) For Clarity. 6. 3. Comment applicable if for any reason the Discharge Valve valves were un-assembled (both marked with a direction arrow. Draw up the syringe in order to create low pressure and hold the hose in this position 4. 5.3. ST-C – Grundfos Chlorine Dosing Pump R62806 Poole. 7. Replace the Plus3 System cover. 5. Suction and discharge isolation valves. Use syringe complete with hose attached. 8. Suction Tube/float switch is placed outside the bucket. push the hose as far as it will go into the black tube on the pump centreline.) Suction Valve 9. Relax the syringe. UK Set up Summary © Copyright & All Other Rights Reserved Page 4 of 11 onto the syringe) 3. Priming chamber Cover 2. Open de-aeration screw on the dosing head by 1 turn. Fleets Corner.2 Procedure 1. Dorset. BH17 0JT. Dosing medium will be drawn into the syringe. . Remove the cover from the Plus3 system priming chamber.

Fleets Corner. UK Set up Summary © Copyright & All Other Rights Reserved Page 5 of 11 10. Hamworthy Water Systems Ltd. BH17 0JT. For Issue Number and Approval details see Section 1 “Approvals” on Page 2. Calibration 12. . ST-C – Grundfos Chlorine Dosing Pump R62806 Poole.Press Stop/Start button Stop/Start (The pump will run in manual mode at Button maximum stroke frequency) 11.The pump is now primed ready for batch set up.Close the de-aeration screw 13. Dorset.Leave the pump running until the calibration hose is full.

2 Function Level 1 (Manual Mode) Parameters for use when dosing pump is to run in manual mode.0mA 4-20mA 4. Press “Menu/Info” Button. Each level gains access to a particular set of parameters to enable and modify a unique setup for the dosing pump. The display skips to Memory Mode OFF Memory 6. Press “Menu/Info” Button. Press “Up” Button The display skips to Batch On. The display is shown on the right C:111 3. The dosing pump shall be configured to match the specific ST-C being commissioned. BH17 0JT.286 For Issue Number and Approval details see Section 1 “Approvals” on Page 2. Press “Menu/Info” Button. on B 9. UK Set up Summary © Copyright & All Other Rights Reserved Page 6 of 11 6 Function Levels 6. Skips to CAL Mode OFF CAL 4. The display skips to Flow Mode OFF Flow 5. 0. Follow the steps below: Changing these parameters changes the batch mode dosing. Press “Menu/Info” Button. flow rate. Press “Menu/Info” Button. Fleets Corner. . ST-C – Grundfos Chlorine Dosing Pump R62806 Poole. Flow Rate and Dosing Volume. Press & Hold the “Menu/Info button for greater than 3 secs. Function level 2 is now open.0 L: mA 7. 2. 6. dose volume 1.3 Function Level 2 Changing Batch mode. It also allows the pump to run in batch cycle. Hamworthy Water Systems Ltd. Press “Stop/Start” Button to display l/ existing flow rate lit/hr. The display skips to Batch Off Batch is signified by letter “B” on the OFF display B 8. The display Analog skips to L:4.1 General There are 2 function levels (plus a service level). Dorset. (Only If batch mode is configured) 6.

Dorset. Hamworthy Water Systems Ltd. on B For Issue Number and Approval details see Section 1 “Approvals” on Page 2. Press “Menu/Info” Button. Press “Stop/Start” Button to save flow ml rate settings and then display total dose volume (ml).0 mA 7. Press “Menu/Info” Button. 6. Function level 2 is now open. The display skips to Memory Mode OFF Memory 6. BH17 0JT. End of batch dosing set up. The display Analog skips to L:4. Press “Menu/Info” Button. UK Set up Summary © Copyright & All Other Rights Reserved Page 7 of 11 10. Should “Stop/Start” button be pressed then the display will indicate Run. Fleets Corner.286 correct Dosing rate. as shown on right C:111 3. Press & hold the “Menu/Info button for greater than 3 secs. Press Up or Down button to change ml total dose volume (ml) Note: Consult Hamworthy manual for 54. B 13. 11. Stop B The above set up is configured to discharge a dose at every new cycle of the ST-C discharge pump.0 mA 4-20mA L: 4.0 correct dose volume. Press “Menu/Info” Button The display skips to Batch On.0 B 12. ST-C – Grundfos Chlorine Dosing Pump R62806 Poole. The display skips to Calibration Mode OFF CAL 4. The display is updated.3. . The display skips to Flow Mode OFF Flow 5. Press “Menu/Info” Button. 1. 2. Press Up or Down button to change l/ value of flow rate (lit/hr) Note: Consult Hamworthy manual for 0.4 Verification parameters – (Function Level 2) The purpose of the exercise is to check the parameters which have been set in Section 6. 54.0 displayed. Press Stop/Start button to save dose Manual ml volume (ml) The display defaults to manual mode with dose volume 54.

Simultaneously press and hold ”Menu Info” + “down” Buttons and turn the power back on (A second person may be required to turn on the power). (Allow 30 secs to decay internal charge) Display Off Incoming Power Off 2. ST-C – Grundfos Chlorine Dosing Pump R62806 Poole.1 Opening the service level Before starting. BH17 0JT.0 Stop B 6. read all three steps below. UK Set up Summary © Copyright & All Other Rights Reserved Page 8 of 11 8. Press “Menu/Info” Button The display Manual ml skips to dose volume and indicates manual mode. Dorset. The display updates to U2. Switch off or power down controller and leave it. SL:OF 10. OFF t 9. For Issue Number and Approval details see Section 1 “Approvals” on Page 2.5 Service Level 6. U2:20 Note: Should the buttons be released too early the display will read default run values. . Hamworthy Water Systems Ltd.286 11. Press “Menu/Info” Button The display h/ skips to operating hours counter 0 12. Press “Menu/Info” Button The display skips to time Off.20 and remains at this setting. Release both buttons. Turn off controller power and repeat steps 2 & 3. and the note which follows them. Press “Menu/Info” Button The display skips to Slow Mode.”Keep both buttons pressed for at least 10 secs” 3.5. 54. 1. Fleets Corner. Press “Menu/Info” Button The display l/ skips to dosing flow rate 0.

Func is displayed Note: Service level is now open Func 3. (“Up”/Down” toggles “no”/”nc” status. Press “Menu/Info” Button The display updates 2:no l/min 5. ST-C – Grundfos Chlorine Dosing Pump R62806 Poole. . Press “Menu/Info” Button The display updates 6:no RunStop 11. Press “UP” Button.2 Service Level continued To modify the Control unit switch assignments (Normally Open/Normally Closed) 1. Press “Menu/Info” Button The display updates 5:no 9. Press “Menu/Info” Button The display updates 1: OFF l/min 4. Hamworthy Water Systems Ltd. Press “Stop/Start” Button Note: NO Visual change U2:20 2. Press “Down” Button to change to “nc”. UK Set up Summary © Copyright & All Other Rights Reserved Page 9 of 11 6. Fleets Corner. Press “Menu/Info” Button The display updates 4:no 7. Press “Down” Button to change to “nc” 5:nc Error 10. Press “Menu/Info” Button The display updates St:60 ERROR For Issue Number and Approval details see Section 1 “Approvals” on Page 2. BH17 0JT.5. Dorset. Press “Menu/Info” Button The display updates 7:OFF Run 12. Press “Menu/Info” Button The display updates 3:no 6.) 4:nc 8.

while performing step 3 3. ST-C – Grundfos Chlorine Dosing Pump R62806 Poole. Then power down and then back on again. Use “Up” and “Down” buttons to switch l/h between ”Unit l/h” and ”Unit gph”(=gal/h) Unit 15. input and output switch settings) and values for the total dose volume and operating hours counter remain as they are. Hamworthy Water Systems Ltd. Ready for Auto Contact ml Batch Run. (or until the pump type is indicated on the display. Press the “start/stop” button.) If the type indicated -2. “boot” appears” “boot” on the display. (Confirm the setting and close the service level) 2.5 matches the type on pump nameplate then go to step 2. unit of display for the dosing flow. . Dorset. Fleets Corner. Press “stop/start” button to save & Exit Manual ml 54. Press “Menu/Info” Button l/h The display updates Unit 14.0 Stop B 6.0 Run B 7 Resetting to default settings If required. Press “Stop/Start” Button. Switch off power supply 2. For Issue Number and Approval details see Section 1 “Approvals” on Page 2. UK Set up Summary © Copyright & All Other Rights Reserved Page 10 of 11 13. Use up/down button to switch between the pump types. first and second function levels can be reset to default levels as follows: Note: The service level settings (pump type. Press “Menu/Info” Button. 4. Waiting for auto cycle to start 54. 1. Simultaneously press the “Up” and “Down” buttons and hold them down.0 Stop B 3. Confirms new Manual ml pump settings (if updated) 54.5. Release both buttons All settings at the first and second function levels are reset to the default settings. Switch on the power supply. BH17 0JT. Press & Hold “Menu/Info” button for 10 secs.3 To open pump type selection 1.

Toggle “Menu/Mode” button to select Contact ml Auto mode. . 9 Auto Batch Cycle Start This is auto mode.0 mode disabled) Stop B 4.0 Stop B 2. Toggle “Menu/Info” to select Auto mode Contact ml (contact signifies Auto selected) 54. Hamworthy Water Systems Ltd. Fleets Corner. Toggling the “Menu/Info” button will cause the display to indicate “stop” or “run”. For Issue Number and Approval details see Section 1 “Approvals” on Page 2. The display screen will indicate “run”. (“Contact ml” signifies Auto) 54. Toggle the “Stop/start” button to resume batch cycle. 1.0 Stop B 3. Press “Menu/Info” button to toggle mode Manual ml between Manual and Auto 54.0 Run B 5. Press Stop/start button to initiate cycle. Auto mode selected. Press “Menu/Info” to toggle mode Manual ml between Manual and Auto (“contact” signifies Auto) 54. If this is not the case then toggle “menu/info” button once. Dorset. the dosage value will be restored to maximum (configured) value. Manual ml 54. Toggle “Stop/Start” button to enable Auto Mode (Picture indicating Auto mode Contact ml enabled) 54. 5. 54.0 Run B Should it be necessary to abort the current dosing batch cycle then power down and power back up again. Note: The dosing cycle will start from where it had stopped. Press ”Stop/Start” button between Contact ml Enable/disable Auto mode (Picture on the RHS indicating Auto 54. Remote start is initiated by the float switch located in the contact tank To enable successful running of the auto batch cycle the display must indicate “run”.0 Stop B 3. Contact ml Waiting Start from float switch. ST-C – Grundfos Chlorine Dosing Pump R62806 Poole. UK Set up Summary © Copyright & All Other Rights Reserved Page 11 of 11 8 Manual Batch Cycle Start This is a local mode which allows the pump to be operable from the dosing key pad.0 Stop B 2. 1. When the power is restored. BH17 0JT. Toggling the “Stop/Start” button shall suspend the batch cycle.0 Stop B 4.

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3 Schedule of routine maintenance Note inspection. cleaning & replacement of blower filters added 5.1. Amendment Record 30-11-12 ORIGINAL ISSUE 3.5 Compartment Ventilation Note added 4. Air filter replacement change to ever 3 months Page ii .

Ensure that all equipment used for lifting the unit is adequate for the weight. Page iii Issue 1 0411 . (b) “Working with sewage: The health hazards . 4. Pumps handle various liquids. and the actions necessary to make handling safe and in the event of an emergency. The unit must not be run unless all protective guards supplied with the equipment are in position.g. UK. This equipment is subject to international. replacement set of joints or jointing material. 10. “Operation”.A guide for employers”. Before running the unit for the first time. sometimes not those for which the pump was initially supplied. 7. Health and Safety Executive. 9. Before lifting. Before handling sodium hypochlorite and sodium bisulphite refer to instructions in Section 4. installing and operating the unit. Before working on this equipment personnel should be made aware of. e. taking account of the procedures detailed in manual Section 4. 12. Marine Safety Agency. The handling points are indicated on the unit and these must be used. Marine Guidance Note MGN 33 (M+F). The hooks of slings must not be fitted directly to lifting eyebolts or lugs. UK. February 1996. 15. Health and Safety Act Compliance. 5. 3. Ensure safety procedures for hazardous gases or oxygen depletion are carried out before opening the tanks. The equipment should not be installed in an explosive atmosphere. 8. and national regulations and must be used accordingly. August 1997. and also the accompanying manual must be read. installation and maintenance”. C13 IND(G)198L 2/96. or making adjustments to its connections and fittings. WARNING 1. the installation must be thoroughly checked. Work must only be carried out by suitably qualified and competent persons. 13. it must be stopped and isolated electrically and mechanically and visible warning notices displayed. 14. Attention is drawn to the following publications: (a) “Sewage systems on ships: associated hazards. the Health and Safety Regulations appropriate to this class of work. 2. Before proceeding with maintenance on the unit. the instructions detailed below. shackles must be used. Know the properties of the liquids that have been pumped. Before commencing repair or overhaul a preliminary check of available spares must be made. 6. European. 11. and ensure compliance with.

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..............1..... 4-3  4............................ 3-1  SECTION 4 ......................................... 2-3  2................................................2  Health and Safety Information ................................ 1-1  1..........................................3... 1-2  1........................................................................1  ST-C Definition ..........................2  RECORD OF COMMISSIONING DATA ..................... 2-2  2................1............................................. 2-4  2....... 1-2  1........................................................TECHNICAL DATA ................................5  SAMPLING AND ANALYSIS ...........................................................1  Desludge ......1.................... SUMMARY) See also: Tables of Contents for Sections 7.................................................5  Chlorination and Dechlorination Dosing Units.....................................................4  METHODS FOR ROUTINE PROCEDURES .2  Nomenclature ..........................................................................................................3......................................................................................... 3-1  3...................... 4-5  4..................................................................................... 4-7  4......3...............1..3.... 2-1  2...................................................................................................................................................................................................................1  GENERAL TECHNICAL DATA ................................ 1-2  1............... 4-4  4..................................................................................... 2-1  2...........2  FURTHER INSTALLATION DETAILS .....1......................1..... 2-1  2...............................................................................................................2  Aeration Tank ...................................................................................... 4-1  4..........3........... 4-7  4......... 2-1  2............8  Temperature and Humidity Data ....... 4-5  4...................................... 2-3  2...... 1-1  1...............3...................................................................................................5  Setting up Chlorination Dosing Pump .................... 1-1  1.1.......................8  Control Philosophy ............................................................................................3.............5  Every 3 months.......................................................................................................................................................3......................................... 4-4  4...... 3-1  3.......... 4-4  4................................................................................................................................................................... 1-2  1...................... 4-7  4................. 1-2  1............................ 1-1  1.............................4  Monthly ........................1  GENERAL ...........4  ST-C SYSTEM INTERFACE CONFIGURATIONS ..................5  Blower Electrical Ratings and Duties ..... 1-2  1.......................................................4  FITTING INSTRUCTIONS FOR ITEMS PACKED SEPARATELY FOR SAFE TRANSIT ...................................1................................................1..................................................................................7  Dilution Water Requirement for Vacuum Collected Sewage .....3.....4  Setting up Returned Activated Sludge (RAS) flow .............4  Discharge Pump Ratings ...........................................................3  Settlement Tank .....3  Electrical Power Supply ................................................................2  Sewage Peak Loading Considerations .............6  Setting up Dechlorination Dosing Pump ................................3....................... 2-1  2........................................ 4-5  4.........................7  Blower ...................................................................9  Requirement for Shipboard Cleaning Chemicals ....................................................................................................................................... 2-5  SECTION 3 ...........................1  General...............................1....................................................1  GENERAL DATA ..........3  VENT SYSTEM DESIGN RECOMMENDATIONS ......2  Contact Tank cleaning .................................... 4-1  4..............1..................................................................................................................... 2-3  2..................................OPERATION .......5 to 7.. Page SECTION 1 .................................1  ST-C unit Sampling Points..............................................2  GENERAL DESCRIPTION OF ST-C UNITS ............................................ 2-4  2.............................................................3.....1  START UP PROCEDURES ................................ 3-1  3......... 4-1  4.............................................................INTRODUCTION ...........................................................................4................................1.................................................................. 3-1  3......................................................................... 2-3  2............................................................................................................7 on pages viii to x........................................................................3  DETAILED DESCRIPTION OF ST-C UNIT .......1..............................1.............3.........6  UNIT SHUT DOWN PROCEDURE........................ 4-4  4.............. 2-2  2........... 3-1  3.........................................................6  Discharge Pumps .........................................5....1.....................6  Sewage System Alarm ...............................................................................................................................................3....1..................... 4-5  4.........................2  ST-C unit Routine Analysis . 1-3  SECTION 2 ................................................................1  Sewage Loading Data ........................ 1-1  1......................2  Every Three Days ...........1.......................... 2-2  2..........................................................................................................................................................5......................................................................................1  Daily ....5  COMPARTMENT VENTILATION .............................................. 4-1  4........7  Vent System Back Pressure ................ 4-2  4.................................................INSTALLATION ................................................................................... 4-1  4...................1..3  SCHEDULE OF ROUTINE PROCEDURES .......................................3  Weekly..................................................................1  General...................................................................... 4-4  4..................... 4-2  4....................4...............4  Chlorine Contact Tank .................................2  PROCESS START UP PROCEDURES ... 4-7  4............ 4-8  ......................... 4-5  4....................................................................................................................................................3  Preparation of Unit for Initial Operation ...........................

......2  BLOWER: RIETSCHLE DTA50 TO DTA80 ..........................1..........................6.. 7-9  7.......2  Dosing Pump Set Up Summary R62985 ...3  3-D CUT-AWAY DRAWING: HAMWORTHY DOCUMENTS STCXX-00022 .. 5-1  5........................................ 5-1  5......6.........................1  Weekly........................................................1.................................................1  Peak Loading Considerations: Hamworthy Document R62733 ............................................................................................................................3...........................................1  Dosing Pump Set Up Summary R62984 .....................1  HEALTH AND SAFETY .............. 5-1  5.......................................................................................... 6-13  6...........................................................1  General...................4  RECOMMENDED SPARES LIST ....................................... 5-1  5... 6-5  6........................................ 7-31  ...........................1........................................................................................................ 7-13  7.....................................7-27  7..............................2.............. 5-1  5.......................................................................................MAINTENANCE AND TROUBLE SHOOTING .............. 5-3  5........1........................................... 6-17  SECTION 7 .....................................3  Typical ST-C Plant Installation: Hamworthy Documents T0406028A................................................................................. 4 Tablets...DOCUMENTS AND DRAWINGS ..............................................................................................1....KEY COMPONENTS ...... 6-9  6..................................6  SECTIONAL ARRANGEMENTS ...........4  Vent System Design Recommendations: Hamworthy Document R62734 .......... 6-11  6...........................................2  Monthly ............................. 7-7  7......6...........2...................1  DPD No..............................3............... 7-3  7................................. 4-8  SECTION 5 ..........................1  DISCHARGE PUMP: HAMWORTHY B50X50 .........................1........................................................................................................3  Unit shut down for a long period ........ 4....................... 7-23 7...................................... 6-1  6...................................................2.............................................................................................................................. 4-8  4...........................................2  Air Diffuser Assemblies Replacement Procedures .................2  Grey Water Streams Suitable for ST-C Sewage Treatment: Hamworthy Document R62742 7-15  7..................................................................................2  TROUBLE SHOOTING.......................................................1  Cleaning the Dosing Pump ............................3  Sodium Bisulphite: Document SDS S011 .3............2.......1  MAINTENANCE SCHEDULE .......... 5-3  5............3  SPECIFIC MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES ....................................................4  Annually.............. 5-4  SECTION 6 ............... 7-17  7.....................................................8  DAILY LOG SHEET: HAMWORTHY DOCUMENT R62741 .......... 5-2  5.............................2  Sodium Hypochlorite: Document SDS S024 .............5  DOSING PUMPS – SUCTION LINES....................... 5-1  5...................................................................................................... 7-11  7......... 7-5  7................ 6-7  6..........................................................................1  Dosing Pump Set Up Guide R62950 ...........................................................2  Unit shut down for a short period without emptying (Up to 6 Hours) ............. 4-8  4................................................................................4  PROCESS DIAGRAM: HAMWORTHY DOCUMENT STCXX-00006 .............................. 5-3  5..........................................................................................................3  CHLORINATION DOSING PUMP ...................... 6-15  6.........1.............4  DECHLORINATION DOSING PUMP ..........3.........................................4..............2  GENERAL .......................................... 7-21  7................................................3  3 Monthly .................. 7-1  7.................................................. 7-19  7................... 6-3  6....................

....................... TABLES Page Table 1...................................................................................................................................................................................................... 2-4 Table 4......................................................4 Estimated Desludge Volume From Each Desludge Operation ...........................................................................2 Recommended List of Spares ........ 1-1 Table 1.............................. 4-5 Table 5............................................................ 5-4 .......... 1-2 Table 1........ 4-4 Table 4..................... 1-2 Table 2.................... 4-3 Table 4............................................ 4-2 Table 4..........................................3 Blower Electrical Ratings and Duties (50/60Hz) .................................................... 5-2 Table 5............................3 Maximum Dilution Water Dosing Rates ......................1 Chlorine Dosing Requirement (Over 10 Minute Period) .......1 Blower Types and Manuals for each Sewage Plant Type ....................................................................2 Discharge Pump Ratings .............................2 Dechlorination Dosing Requirement ...........................................1 Sewage Loading Table ...........1 ST-C Trouble Shooting Guide .....

Section 7.6: SECTIONAL ARRANGEMENTS Drawing Content Drawing Number Number of Issue Sheets in No Drawing ST8-C to ST13-C STC08-13-100 8 1 Page viii Issue 1 0411 .5: GENERAL ARRANGEMENTS & P&I DIAGRAMS Blowers Pumps Drawing Type Drawing Number GA STC08-0A-500 Sheet 1 of 2 1 P&I STC08-0A-500 Sheet 2 of 2 1 GA STC08-0B-501 Sheet 1 of 2 2 P&I STC08-0B-501 Sheet 2 of 2 ST8-C GA STC08-0C-502 Sheet 1 of 2 1 P&I STC08-0C-502 Sheet 2 of 2 2 GA STC08-0D-503 Sheet 1 of 2 2 P&I STC08-0D-503 Sheet 2 of 2 GA STC10-0A-500 Sheet 1 of 2 1 P&I STC10-0A-500 Sheet 2 of 2 1 GA STC10-0B-501 Sheet 1 of 2 2 P&I STC10-0B-501 Sheet 2 of 2 ST10-C GA STC10-0C-501 Sheet 1 of 2 1 P&I STC10-0C-502 Sheet 2 of 2 2 GA STC10-0D-503 Sheet 1 of 2 2 P&I STC10-0D-503 Sheet 2 of 2 GA STC13-0A-500 Sheet 1 of 2 1 P&I STC13-0A-500 Sheet 2 of 2 1 GA STC13-0B-501 Sheet 1 of 2 2 P&I STC13-0B-501 Sheet 2 of 2 ST13-C GA STC13-0C-502 Sheet 1 of 2 1 P&I STC13-0C-502 Sheet 2 of 2 2 GA STC13-0D-503 Sheet 1 of 2 2 P&I STC13-0D-503 Sheet 2 of 2 Section 7.

Section 7. Page ix Issue 1 0411 ..7: ELECTRICAL DRAWINGS Blowers Pumps Control Drawing Sheet Voltage No No 1 110 / 24 ES12260 2 ST8-C to 115 to 1 ST13-C 120 / ES12262 24 2 Recommended Electrical 1 220 / 24 ES12263 Spares 2 230 to 1 ES12265 240 / 24 2 ST8-C to Blowers Pumps Control Drawing Sheet ST13-C Voltage No No (3-Phase) 1 2 110 / 24 E19170 3 4 1 1 2 220 / 24 E19171 3 4 1 1 2 110 / 24 E19172 3 4 2 1 2 220 / 24 E19173 3 4 Circuit Diagram 1 2 110 / 24 E19174 3 4 1 1 2 220 / 24 E19175 3 4 2 1 2 110 / 24 E19176 3 4 2 1 2 220 / 24 E19177 3 4 Continued ..

7: ELECTRICAL DRAWINGS (Continued from Previous Page) Control Drawing Sheet Blowers Pumps Voltage No No Blower and Discharge Pump 3 Phase Motor and MCB Details: ST8-C All ES12136 1 ST10-C All ES12137 1 ST13-C All ES12138 1 1 1 All ES12330 2 1 1 2 All ES12331 Installation Wiring 2 Diagram 1 1 All ES12332 2 2 1 2 All ES12333 2 1 1 All ES12350 2 1 External 1 2 All ES12351 Overview. Section 7. Panel 1 1 All ES12352 Cutouts 2 2 1 2 All ES12353 2 Page x Issue 1 0411 . 2 Component Layout.

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TECHNICAL DATA 1.130 15. SECTION 1 .1.810 ST13 13.1.3 Electrical Power Supply See relevant Circuit Diagram in Section 7.1 GENERAL TECHNICAL DATA 1. [3] Wastes containing any substance in a concentration that will attack the tank internals must not be allowed to enter any compartment of the unit.350 20. added to the aeration compartment. 1.830 Notes [1] All waste & process flows.TECHNICAL DATA SECTION 1 .1. eg conditioning water. [2] Wastes containing any substance in a concentration which will inhibit or kill bacteria or other micro-organisms must not be allowed to enter the Aeration compartment of the unit.2 Sewage Peak Loading Considerations See Section 7.2.1 Sewage Loading Table Organic Loading Sewage Hydraulic Loading Rate Plant Rate BOD(5) Type (lit/24hrs) (kg/24hrs) [Notes 1 to 3] [Notes 1 to 3] ST8-C 7.1 Sewage Loading Data Table 1.590 11.2 “Grey Water Streams Suitable for ST-C Sewage Treatment: Hamworthy Document R62742”.7 ELECTRICAL DRAWINGS. Also see Section 7.840 ST10-C 10.2. Page 1-1 Issue 1 0411 . must be considered.1 “Peak Loading Considerations: Hamworthy Document R62733”. 1.

2 kW 8 m³/hr at 25m head 1.2 Discharge Pump Ratings Sewage Motor Pump Duties Plant Type Pump Type Ratings Close coupled B50x50 Medium Head (18m) 50Hz 4.g. 1.SECTION 1 .9 Requirement for Shipboard Cleaning Chemicals The chemicals used on board that may have an impact to the ST unit should be suitable for use with marine activated sludge sewage treatment systems i. low-foaming and have low toxicity.4 Discharge Pump Ratings Table 1.5 Blower Electrical Ratings and Duties Table 1.1.2 kW 0.28 bar – 37 m3/hr ST10-C 0.1. 1.TECHNICAL DATA 1.28 bar – 37 m3/hr ST13-C 2.1.50 kW 0. 1. These chemicals include toilet cleaners.28 bar – 37 m3/hr 1. Page 1-2 Issue 1 0411 .1.8 Temperature and Humidity Data The Operating Ambient Temperature can be up to a maximum of 50 degrees C.50 kW 0.7 Vent System Back Pressure The allowable Vent System Back Pressure is limited to a maximum of 15mm w. descaling agents etc.1.e.0 kW 8 m³/hr at 18m head ST8-C to Close coupled B50x50 Medium Head (18m) 60Hz 4.4 kW 8 m³/hr at 18m head ST13-C Close coupled B50x50 High Head (25m) 50/60Hz 5. be biodegradable.6 Sewage System Alarm The sewage system general Volt Free alarm is rated at 500W normally closed.1.4 – 3. The Operating Relative Humidity can be up to a maximum of 90%.3 Blower Electrical Ratings and Duties (50/60Hz) Sewage Plant Type Motor Ratings (50/60Hz) Blower Duties ST8-C 1.

1.4 (to match the average flow in Section 1.4 Measured RAS flow rate at above air flow l/24hrs 4.1.1) Page 1-3 Issue 1 0411 .1. For Sewage Treatment Unit Number: ………………………………………… (Record Unit Number stamped on tank nameplate).4 Blower No 1 PRV Setting bar 4.1. Duplicates of the sheet should be used to record values at subsequent intervals.1.1.1.4 Blower No 2 Discharge Pressure bar 4. 0.4 Dilution Water Flow Rate l/min 4.5 e.2.1. Status of Unit ……………………………………………………………………… (Record status: eg “Initial Commissioning”.“MAINTENANCE”).7 Chlorination Dosing Pump setting l/hr. “First Service”.1. The values are utilised during Maintenance (See SECTION 5 .TECHNICAL DATA 1.1. minutes 4. etc) Date Parameter Value Units Section Blower No 1 Discharge Pressure bar 4.3 (1) Blower No 2 PRV Setting bar 4.g.6 Air flow to RAS airlifting pipe l/min 4. SECTION 1 .05 L/hr for 10 mins De-chlorination Dosing Pump setting l/hr 4.3 (1) Vent Pressure mm water 7.2 RECORD OF COMMISSIONING DATA This sheet should be used to record parameter values at initial commissioning.

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a measurement of the organic matter in oxygen equivalent consumed by using strong chemical oxidants.Dissolved oxygen. BOD – Biochemical oxygen demand. certified in accordance with IMO MPEC159(55) guidelines. a measurement of solids content in the ML and indicates the concentration of bacteria within the Aeration Tank.INTRODUCTION 2. 2. measured in mg/l of oxygen. MLSS – Mixed liquor suspended solids.1. incorporates a number of new features to enhance the treatment performance in comparison with the previous generation of Hamworthy units. Page 2-1 Issue 1 0411 . SECTION 2 . COD – Chemical oxygen demand.2 Nomenclature ML – Mixed liquor. a measurement of the organic matter in oxygen equivalent that would have been consumed by degrading the said amount organic matter. refers to the stream of ML that is returned from the Settlement Tank to the Aeration Tank via the RAS air lifting pipe.1 ST-C Definition An ST-C unit is defined by its code. or ‘sludge’ when the surplus bacteria is wasted from the system. a term used to describe the liquid content within the Aeration Tank. De-chlorination – a process that uses chemicals such sodium bisulphite to remove residual chlorine in the disinfected effluent. Faecal coliform – indicative bacteria which often find their origins in the faecal matter.1 GENERAL 2. DO . For example. represents the oxygen concentration in the ML available for the aerobic bacteria to degrade the organic matter. RAS – Returned activated sludge.2 GENERAL DESCRIPTION OF ST-C UNITS The Hamworthy Super Trident sewage treatment unit. for ST10-C: ST 2 -C Super Trident disinfection Chemical unit size 2. Chlorination – a process that uses chemicals such as sodium hypochlorite to kill bacteria given sufficient contact time. It is a mixture of bacteria and other particulate materials.INTRODUCTION SECTION 2 . also referred as biomass.1. pH – a measurement of the acidity of the treated effluent.

3 DETAILED DESCRIPTION OF ST-C UNIT 2. into sulphate compounds which are odourless and harmless.SECTION 2 . flexible. located at the bottom of the tank but removable from the side for ease of maintenance. and a Chlorine Contact Tank. The aerobic bacteria. A generic process diagram is in Section 7. and with an earthy smell that is not offensive. thus preventing the pollution of harbour and coastal waters and inland waterways. a number of small units can be arranged to suit accommodation requirements rather than one large installation requiring considerable installation space and long lengths of piping. The system is ideal for ship installation as. feeding on organic materials as their ‘food’. The ML gravitates into the Settlement Tank via an internal pipe. or toxicity in the wastewater. or too much organic material to handle. The Super Trident sewage treatment unit comprises a tank divided into three water tight compartments – an Aeration Tank.3 “3-D CUT-AWAY DRAWING: Hamworthy Documents STCXX-00022”. The Aeration Tank can be emptied using the Discharge Pump under manual control. The ML. The system uses the activated sludge treatment technology. nitrogen. with a foul smell. The ‘off-gas’ from the Aeration Tank contains carbon dioxide. It is therefore important to ‘de-sludge’ the unit to maintain a stable MLSS and healthy bacteria in the system. will grow in their population.5 “GENERAL ARRANGEMENTS and P&I DIAGRAMS”.INTRODUCTION The Super Trident ST-C unit is a self-contained system for treatment of sewage before it is discharged overboard. If the physical appearance looks grey or black. efficient.2 Aeration Tank The incoming sewage enters the Aeration Tank via a coarse mesh. fresh or brackish flushing water. Air is supplied to the sewage from a rotary blower through a number of fine bubble diffusers. un-used oxygen. where it is mixed with the bacteria within the Aeration Tank to become the Mixed Liquor (ML).3. and environmentally sustainable system for use on board ships.3. It is generally accepted as the most compact. coupled with chemical disinfection of the final effluent. Page 2-2 Issue 1 0411 . then the ML is suffering from a lack of aeration. substances that are generated by the anaerobic bacteria under septic or anaerobic conditions.4 “PROCESS DIAGRAM: Hamworthy Document STCXX-00006”. The Super Trident will operate satisfactorily on salt. The same bacteria also convert the sulphide compounds. The organic materials in the sewage are absorbed and bio-degraded by the aerobic bacteria which rely on the constant supply of oxygen from the blower. and water vapour and is emitted to the vent system.1 General A 3-D Cut-Away drawing of a small tank is in Section 7. 2. which are harmless to the receiving waters. The aerobic bacteria convert the organic materials into substances such as carbon dioxide and water. 2. if necessary. Flow diagrams are in Section 7. when sampled from the Aeration Tank should appear brown in colour. This growth results in an increase of Mixed Liquor Suspended Solids (MLSS) concentration in the Aeration Tank. Therefore good diffuser condition is important to maintain good aeration and complete mixing in the tank. a Settlement Tank. The diffusers generate very fine air bubbles from which the oxygen will diffuse into the ML for use by bacteria.

A sampling point is fitted to the pump discharge line for on-board analysis of residual chlorine and pH. An aeration down pipe is provided to the Contact Tank to agitate the tank content to assist periodic discharge under manual operation. The chlorination dosing unit comprises a bund sized to accommodate 25 litre chemical container. and form increasingly concentrated layers towards the bottom section of the Settlement Tank.1. From the bottom of the Settlement Tank. The system allows easy measurement and calibration of RAS flow. SECTION 2 .INTRODUCTION 2. The desludge operation. is carried out by discharging the entire content of the Settlement Tank every three days. The Discharge Pump transfers the chlorinated effluent from the Contact Tank under automatic level control (see Section 2. the concentrated ML is returned to the Aeration Tank by the airlift tube. the RAS flow needs to be maintained at the rated average flow for the unit (see Table 1. which aims to maintain a stable MLSS. in a stream called Returned Activated Sludge (RAS). Page 2-3 Issue 1 0411 . The high head pump is suitable for heads up to 25 metres. See Section 6. to kill off any remaining bacteria. and controls to adjust the dosing rate as detailed in Section 4.5 “Setting up Chlorination Dosing Pump”. At the suction of the Discharge Pump. It is important that the bacteria which enter in the Settlement Tank are returned in sufficient quantity to the Aeration Tank but in a more concentrated form.3 “CHLORINATION DOSING PUMP”. It is important to prevent accumulation of particles within the Contact Tank in order to ensure that chlorination is effective.6 “Setting up Dechlorination Dosing Pump”.3. the dechlorination chemical is dosed to remove residual chlorine content in the treated effluent prior to discharge overboard or to shore connections. To prevent this from happening. The medium head pump is suitable for heads up to 18 metres. Otherwise.3. bacteria may build up within the Settlement Tank and cause solids to escape into the effluent.4 Chlorine Contact Tank The effluent from the Settlement Tank gravitates into the Contact Tank in which sufficient chlorine contact time is allowed.3.8 “Control Philosophy”). From the Aeration Tank the ML flows into the Settlement Tank via an energy dissipation device to minimise any turbulence. 2. The Settlement Tank is “hopper” shaped which prevents the sludge from accumulating on the sides. This operation also removes any possible accumulation of scum on the surface of the Settlement Tank.3.1. and controls the dosing rate as detailed in Section 4.6. The dechlorination dosing unit comprises a bund sized to accommodate a 10 litre chemical container on the ST2AC & ST3AC 25 and a 25 litre chemical container on the ST4AC & ST6AC. and gravitates into the Chlorine Contact Tank.3.6 Discharge Pumps 2.3 Settlement Tank The Settlement Tank and the Aeration Tank form the Activated Sludge treatment system. a Dechlorination Dosing Pump. The dosing pump is self priming and will raise an alarm when the chemical reservoir reaches low level.1 “Sewage Loading Table”). The Chlorination Dosing Pump doses Sodium Hypochlorite solution into the Contact Tank at a pre-set and adjustable dosing rate under automatic control. The aerobic bacteria flocs settle out within the middle section of the Settlement Tank. An emergency overflow pipe connection is also provided through which only treated effluent can pass.1 “DISCHARGE PUMP: HAMWORTHY B50X50”. 2.1 ST2A-C to ST6A-C These pumps are horizontal close-coupled centrifugal units with a 2-bladed open impeller of the non-clog type. a Chlorination Dosing Pump. 2. 2.3. See also Section 6. A High-High level switch provides an alarm signal should the level within the Contact Tank continue to rise above the normal “High” position and reach the High-High level. Treated effluent is moved to the top section of the Settlement Tank as a result of solids settlement.5 Chlorination and Dechlorination Dosing Units 1. The dosing pump is self priming and will raise an alarm when the chemical reservoir reaches low level.

2 “BLOWER: RIETSCHLE DTA50 TO DTA80” ST13-C DTA80 2.1 General The blower is operated by a manual switch on the control panel and should be switched on all the time the unit is in operation The Discharge Pump is controlled by a HAND/OFF/AUTO switch on the control panel.7 Blower One air blower is fitted as standard. The pump continues to run until the liquid drops to the Low-level switch and the Discharge Pump stops. When dual pumps are supplied the second pump is typically a standby unit.8. move the control switch to the HAND position. The two lower floats operate the discharge pump(s). The Discharge Pump will run until the control switch is moved to OFF or Auto. and the upper float operates the high-level alarm circuit should the level rise above normal. The typical sequence of operation is as follows: When the liquid reaches the “High” level float switch in the Contact Tank. however if requested the sequence of operation may be arranged for lead-follow or parallel operation to suit special on-board conditions. To empty the tank for cleaning or maintenance. the liquid level will reach the “High-High” level switch.8 Control Philosophy 2. which stops when Discharge Pump stops. and actuate the alarm circuit. Table 2. 2. The level switches in the Contact Tank are of the magnetic reed type with three floats mounted on a common stem and wired to the control panel. it is under the control of the level switches situated in the Contact Tank. Should the “High” level switch fail to operate for any reason. the Chlorination Dosing Pump starts. with a second standby unit available as an option. Operation of the button will prevent all pumps and blowers from running.3.INTRODUCTION 2. A control panel General Arrangement drawing including control switch layout is included in Section 7. Activation of the High level switch also activates the Dechlorination Dosing Pump. the Discharge Pump starts.7 together with circuit wiring diagrams. Page 2-4 Issue 1 0411 . When the Discharge Pump control switch is in the AUTO position. When the Low-level switch is activated at the end of Contact Tank discharge.SECTION 2 .3.2 Remote Emergency Stop Terminals are provided in the control panel for customer supply and connection of a remote stay-put type emergency stop button.3.8.1 Blower Types and Manuals for each Sewage Plant Type Sewage Plant Type Blower Type Manual Section for Blower Type ST8-C DTA60 ST10-C DTA80 Section 6. It doses the chlorine solution into the Contact Tank for a pre-set period at a pre- set dosing rate to allow a pre-determined amount of chemical solution into the Contact Tank.3.

dilution water can also be added to the feed system or to the ST-C Aeration Tank. The ST-C units can receive wastewater from an integrated ejector system.2 “Grey Water Streams Suitable for ST-C Sewage Treatment: Hamworthy Document R62742”).4 ST-C SYSTEM INTERFACE CONFIGURATIONS ST-C units are designed to treat sewage flow from gravity and vacuum toilet systems.1 “Peak Loading Considerations: Hamworthy Document R62733”). or a combination of these.5 “GENERAL ARRANGEMENTS and P&I DIAGRAMS” and listed in detail in the Contents at the beginning of the manual.2. vacuum collection unit. (See Section 7. Page 2-5 Issue 1 0411 .2. However. other dedicated collection tanks. When applicable.INTRODUCTION 2. located in Section 7. They can also process grey water when the flow and concentrations are well defined. Typical ST-C system configurations are illustrated in the P&I diagrams. it is important to ensure the combined feed flow into an ST-C unit does not exceed the designed average and peak loading conditions for the unit (refer to Section 7. SECTION 2 .

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located in Section 7. via a grease trap. It is recommended that the Super Trident is installed with the longest side in a fore and aft direction to minimise the effect of rolling motion. Where solids are disposed of by macerator / garbage disposal unit. The maximum angle of roll or pitch at which the unit will function satisfactorily is 22.1. to the waste water mains.3 “Typical ST-C Plant Installation: Hamworthy Documents T0406028A".5 COMPARTMENT VENTILATION Ensure that the compartment containing the Sewage Treatment plant has an unrestricted supply of clean air (For flow rate see Section 1. To facilitate periodic maintenance and for use in an emergency. 3. Hamworthy must be consulted. Boltholes are provided in the baseplate of the unit for fixing.5 “GENERAL ARRANGEMENTS and P&I DIAGRAMS”.2. 3. which meets solids discharge standards. A wiring diagram is permanently attached to the inside of the control panel cover. Pipe strains must be avoided when making suction and delivery connections. Galley wastewater.3 VENT SYSTEM DESIGN RECOMMENDATIONS See Section 7.2 FURTHER INSTALLATION DETAILS See Section 7. The incoming electrical control terminals are clearly marked in the control panel.INSTALLATION 3.4 “Vent System Design Recommendations: Hamworthy Document R62734”.5 “GENERAL ARRANGEMENTS and P&I DIAGRAMS”.5 “Blower Electrical Ratings and Duties”) and that ventilation should be directed in the vicinity of the blowers themselves. a direct overboard by-pass of the unit must be provided.2. A General Arrangement drawing is included in Section 7. SECTION 3 .4 FITTING INSTRUCTIONS FOR ITEMS PACKED SEPARATELY FOR SAFE TRANSIT Pump assembly complete with motor (when supplied loose): This requires bolting to the deck. Wiring is required between the pump motor and electric control panel. can be led. See also the P&I diagrams.5 degrees either side of the vertical. 3. to provide ample cooling. CAUTION: Welding must not be carried out on the tank surfaces or the internal coating will be destroyed.INSTALLATION SECTION 3 . Page 3-1 . 3.1 GENERAL DATA The unit should be installed in a position where it is as level as possible when the ship or rig is in its normal position.

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2.3 Preparation of Unit for Initial Operation For Valve number positions see 7. 9. 10. It does not cover the setting to work of any vacuum collection. 5.2 Health and Safety Information Before commencement of commissioning. V10A). Check pump discharges correctly with no sign of cavitation. the handbook should be read and understood. V12. Check operation of “High High Level” alarm switch. V3. Ensure that all valves in the air supply lines are open (V10. Record the Regulator Valve pressure (PRV) set point registered on PI I1 (Refer to Section 1. together with V4 (If fitted) and V6 of duty Discharge Pump. Select auto and duty Discharge Pump on panel. V15 except standby blower delivery valve.5 “GENERAL ARRANGEMENTS and P&I DIAGRAMS”. Open valves V2 and V5 and fill unit with clean sea water or fresh water until water flows into Contact Tank. Check pump rotation.1 “HEALTH AND SAFETY”. 4.1. All chemical handling should be carried out in accordance with the Materials Safety Data Sheets under 7. Close valves V2 and V5. V4 (when fitted) and V6.OPERATION SECTION 4 .1. partially fill unit with water to cover diffusers.2 “RECORD OF COMMISSIONING DATA”). Close all side and top hatches on tank. V20A) by throttling blower discharge valves (V11. V11. Suction effect indicates correct rotation. Record data on Commissioning Sheet. open V3 and black water inlet valve V0. Repeat this for standby air blower. to ensure that no syphoning occurs. The following assumes that both a duty and a standby blower are fitted. Adjust valves V11 to diffusers and close valve V12 to air lifts and V15 to Control Tank visually inspect air to each diffuser via the local inspection cover. With duty blower running. feed or sludge holding system. SECTION 4 . low level emergence stops pump. Close control panel isolator. Switch on the duty blower and check for correct rotation by placing a hand over the inlet. Check air pressure above liquid in Aeration Tank with manometer.1. 4. Open blower discharge valves to check that relief valve reseats. close valves V1. Not to be more than 15mm (H20 “Water Gauge”) with blower running. 7. . 1. Check operation of pumps from float switch when in “AUTO”. Partially fill Contact Tank and prime Discharge Pump.1 General This procedure covers the setting to work of the ST-C tank only. (High level switch activation starts discharge pump. 6. Check operation of Pressure Regulator/Relief valve (V20. V15). 4. Check that the Contact Tank level holds when the Discharge Pump is stopped. If only a single blower is fitted then ignore references to “standby air blower” and to the associated valves “V10A” and “V20A”.OPERATION 4. 3. Check for leaks at covers.1 START UP PROCEDURES 4. V12.) 8.

open valve V12 and check that liquid is flowing through the visual indicator pipe in the Returned Activated Sludge (RAS) line. If this is not the case then the dose should be adjusted accordingly. Table 4. If an alternative solution of Sodium Hypochlorite is available. Figures based on a 10% solution of Sodium Hypochlorite have also been included for information.415 1.2 “RECORD OF COMMISSIONING DATA”.1.) If the sodium hypochlorite solution is available.3 5. different dosing rates should be used. taken from Sample Point V17 shortly before pump out should be 8 PPM or greater. (See Section 4.01 14. The flow rate of RAS should be determined by diverting the flow at the calibration point (V13) into a measuring container over a set time.3 for analysis method.9 ST10-C 0. The RAS flow should be the same as the rated hydraulic throughput of the unit (with +/.337 236 169 1. This will have to be performed after a power interruption or after the unit has been switched off.3 “CHLORINATION DOSING PUMP”. Note: Take the appropriate precautions when handling Sodium Hypochlorite.5.5 Setting up Chlorination Dosing Pump Note that chlorination and dechlorination are only required in restricted waters.1.830 8.) See also Section 6.361 0.1 7.4 Setting up Returned Activated Sludge (RAS) flow With the tank full. A certain amount of Sodium Hypochlorite solution (14%) should be pumped by the Chlorination Dosing Pump into the Contact Tank over a 10 minute period after the discharge pump has stopped.9 ST13 0. The quantity and flowrate are shown in the following table. it must be manually restarted at the dosing unit.163 0.6 10.1.) This flow is controlled by the air valve (V12) and indicated on the air flow meter (FL I2). the rest of the ST-C will restart automatically after a power interruption. Record air pressure on PI I1 with duty blower running. Please note. a longer dosing period should be considered. See Section 7.1 Chlorine Dosing Requirement (Over 10 Minute Period) Sewage Contact Sodium Sodium Hypochlorite Approximate Daily Plant Hypochlorite Flowrate over 10 Minute Chemical Consumption Type Tank Dose per Pump Out Period Working Volume (10% Sol) (14% Sol) (10% Sol) (14% Sol) (10% Sol) (14% Sol) (m3) (ml) (ml) (lit/hr) (lit/hr) (lit) (lit) ST8-C 0. (If the flowrate cannot be achieved in the 10-minute period. by selecting "contact" operation and pressing the start pushbutton.SECTION 4 . If the unit has been commissioned on water. Record the RAS flow and the air flow to the airlift (FI I2).970 11.OPERATION 4.277 194 139 1.10% tolerance. check it is within its shelf life.2.324 227 162 1. Record these figure in Section 1. via the control panel. the residual chlorine in the tank just before pump out will need to measured by the operator and should be between 6 and 8 PPM. When the unit has an established biomass. 4.2 “Sodium Hypochlorite: Document SDS S024” for further details. the residual chlorine in the Contact Tank. After the chlorine dosing unit has been powered down.4 The Chlorination Dosing Pump setting should be adjusted in accordance with the above Table. Change duty blower and record air pressure with this blower running. . The dosing rate can be calibrated either from the instructions in the dosing pump manual or by dosing into a measuring cylinder.

With the discharge pressure set as above.OPERATION 4.3 for analysis method. When the unit has an established biomass.0 ST13-C 0. A certain amount of Sodium Bisulphite (12%) solution should be added to each litre of disinfected effluent discharged from the Contact Tank during the pump out process. taken from Sample Point V18 during pump out. If this is not the case then the dose should be adjusted accordingly.2 Dechlorination Dosing Requirement Contact Sodium Bisulphite (12%) Sodium Bisulphite (12%) Approximate Sewage Tank Average Dose Per Flowrate Required at Daily Chemical Plant Working Pump Out Pump Duty Point Consumption Type Volume (m3) (ml) (lit/hr) (lit) ST8-C 0.4 “DECHLORINATION DOSING PUMP”.5.2. This will equate to a discharge flowrate of 8m3/hr. If the unit has been commissioned on water.02 6.337 128 3. the dechlorination dosing rate should be adjusted dependent on the value of the delivery pressure in accordance with the graph shown in Section 6. (1 barg on the gauge equates to 10m head).2.277 105 3. the residual chlorine in the effluent. the residual chlorine measured by operator in the effluent taken from sample point V18 during pump out should be between 0 and 0. and 2.3 “Sodium Bisulphite: Document SDS S011” for further details.8 barg for a medium head pump. SECTION 4 . See Section 7. See also Section 6.5 PPM or less.6 barg for a high head pump by adjustment of the Diaphragm Valve V6.1.4“DECHLORINATION DOSING PUMP” This graph is based on Sodium Bisulphite 12% solution. as shown in the following table.5. the Dechlorination Dosing Pump should be set to 3. should be 0.02 7.0 l/hr. ST15-C to ST60-C: In order to achieve the correct dechlorination dosage. .2 PPM.3 for analysis method). the discharge pressure on the Pressure Gauge PI I6 should be set to 1. If this is not the case then the dosing rate should be adjusted accordingly.324 123 3.6 Setting up Dechlorination Dosing Pump Note that chlorination and dechlorination are only required in restricted waters. (See Section 4. (See Section 4. If the discharge pump (P1 or P2) has to be set at a different delivery pressure for any reason.1.02 4.5 ST10-C 0.9 The above dosing requirement must be achieved within the pump out period of the Contact Tank This time period is affected by the pump capacity and the discharge head.4 “DECHLORINATION DOSING PUMP”. See also Section 6.) Note: Take the appropriate precautions when handling Sodium Bisulphite. Table 4.

Care should be taken to ensure that the combined dilution water and raw sewage flow does not exceed the designed daily hydraulic loading of the sewage treatment plant. The dilution water.5. Complete Daily Operational Log (See Section 7.2) 3. This typically equates to the maximum dosing rates quoted in the following table: Table 4. 4.2 Every Three Days 1.2) . clean sea or fresh water.4.8) 4.2. receiving the sewage feed.5.1 Daily 1.1.3 “SCHEDULE OF ROUTINE PROCEDURES” is applicable during this period.3 Maximum Dilution Water Dosing Rates Sewage Dosing Plant Rate Type (l/min) ST8-C 5 ST10-C 7 ST13-C 9 For installations on board passenger vessels or if there is any doubt regarding the correct dosing rate for a particular application Hamworthy should be consulted. 4. During this period. Confirm the chlorine pump is operating automatically. Dilution water connections are shown in Section 7. The recommended dosing regime is as follows: 1 dissolvable bag per day for a maximum of 4 days.7 Dilution Water Requirement for Vacuum Collected Sewage Vacuum collected sewage is highly concentrated due to the reduced flushing water volume. Observation of ML physical conditions 4.4. Desludge operation (See Section 4.1. If the sewage entering the ST-C has been collected via a vacuum method then to allow the bacteria to aerobically digest the waste it must be diluted. If it is not operating automatically refer to advice at end of Section 4.3. the unit is operated under automatic control. The process start-up can be assisted by adding Accelobac.1) 2.3. 2. ML settlement test (Section 4. Walk around to observe any abnormal equipment conditions. Bacteria will grow their population during this period.SECTION 4 . should be continuously dosed at the rate of approximately 55 litres/person/day. Section 4.2 PROCESS START UP PROCEDURES Process start-up may take a period of 7~10 days.3 SCHEDULE OF ROUTINE PROCEDURES 4.OPERATION 4. Contact Tank cleaning (See Section 4.5 “GENERAL ARRANGEMENTS and P&I DIAGRAMS”.

it should be aerated to avoid anaerobic conditions. 6.OPERATION 4. 2. Calibrate Chlorination Dosing Pump (see Section 4.5 “GENERAL ARRANGEMENTS and P&I DIAGRAMS”. switch the Discharge Pump back to Auto on the panel.0 .4) 2. After the pressure is seen to fall on the discharge pressure gauge.4 “Estimated Desludge Volume From Each Desludge Operation” for necessary desludge volumes). This will allow the settling tank to be flushed through to a certain degree. if outside controlled waters.1.5 Every 3 months 1.1 Desludge See 7.3. A blocked inlet air filter may also hide the fact that the diffusers are blocking. which will contribute to early blockage of diffusers.3. or to a specific sludge holding tank or shore facility.1. SECTION 4 . Fill In Commissioning Log Sheet and assess changes (See Section 1.1.2 bar (3 ibf/in2) above original commissioning pressure at any time check both filter cartridges and aerators and replace as necessary. 5.3.4 METHODS FOR ROUTINE PROCEDURES 4.4 Estimated Desludge Volume From Each Desludge Operation Total Volume Wasted during Unit Desludge Size (m³) ST8-C 1. if outside controlled waters. If the sludge is being stored in the holding tank. Replace blower inlet filters. Valves in the discharge line must be positioned to divert flow either to an onboard holding tank or overboard.3 Weekly 1 Inspect blower inlet filters weekly 4. Calibrate RAS flow (see Section 4. Close valve V3 and open Valve V1. The contents of the sludge tank should be discharged at the soonest opportunity. 3. 4.4. Table 4. A blocked inlet air filter can restrict blower output. 4.0 ST13-C 3. The sludge can be discharged overboard.5) 3.4 Monthly 1 Clean blower inlet filters monthly. This desludge operation will have to be carried out at least every 3 days: 1. Calibrate Dechlorination Dosing Pump (See Section 4. because the blower discharge pressure will reduce as the air flow rate reduces 4.5 ST10-C 2. Operate the Discharge Pump (P1 or P2) in Hand until the Settlement Tank is emptied completely.6) 4. Note if air pressure rises above 0.2) 5. (Note: Check suitable capacity is available in the sludge tank for storage of the sludge or ensure correct interlocks exist to avoid overfilling holding tank – See Table 4. Note: An amount of fluid will gravitate from the Aeration Tank at this time.

SECTION 4 .OPERATION Note: These volumes are required for each desludge operation. it will be necessary to retain multiple desludges onboard. . If the vessel is unable to desludge overboard for a significant length of time.

4.5.5 SAMPLING AND ANALYSIS 4.5 “GENERAL ARRANGEMENTS and P&I DIAGRAMS”.5.5 “GENERAL ARRANGEMENTS and P&I DIAGRAMS”. turn Discharge Pump back to “Auto”. . After each desludge operation.2 Contact Tank cleaning See 7.4. The liquid should be placed in the 500ml cylinder (supplied) and allowed to settle for 30 minutes. The sample should be run through to ensure a representative sample is taken. and pH 4. Close Valve V8 and open valve V3 to resume operation. Sampling Point (V17) is fitted to the Contact Tank for official sampling purpose and laboratory analysis of the following: Total Suspended Solids BOD COD Faecal Coilforms Sampling Point (V18). SECTION 4 .2 Mixed Liquor (ML) Settlement test The ML sample is taken from the Aeration Tank sample point V16.1 ST-C unit Sampling Points The ST-C sampling points are illustrated in Section 7.5. it is advisable to carry out a Contact Tank cleaning procedure to remove any sediment: 1.OPERATION 4. Close valve V3 and open valve V8.1. Switch Discharge Pump (P1or P2) to Hand to discharge overboard.5.1 Requirement Routine testing of the biology is necessary to ensure the unit is operating correctly.2 ST-C unit Routine Analysis 4. 2. downstream of the Discharge Pump is used for official sampling purpose and laboratory analysis of the following: Residual Chlorine.2. Switch Discharge Pump (P1 or P2) to Auto. If the level of the settled sludge is above the 300 ml level carry out the Desludge Operation as detailed in Section 4. 3.2.4. 4. 4. When the Contact Tank is empty.

the biomass within the ST-C Aeration Tank can be transferred to this Sludge Holding Tank as a seeding material. Prolonged period of no feed (such as a dry dock period). Full instructions for carrying out the test are supplied with the kit. 4. (Replacement tablets Pt. This biomass from the Sludge Holding Tank can be returned to the ST-C unit at restart to reduce the process start up time. During these operations the pump should not be allowed to run dry for extended periods.6. Test Tablets in 5 foil packets (10 per packet) HP & C No. with all inspection covers removed.2 Unit shut down for a short period without emptying (Up to 6 Hours) The wastewater feed shall be stopped immediately if the air supply is lost. and there is a suitably aerated Sludge Holding Tank. Dependent on the expected chlorine level. tablets to left or right hand chamber and crush with stirrer. and the ship’s back-up air supply).P. 4.D. tablets. T9201005 1 Cleaning Brush 1 Stirrer Ensure chambers are clean then: 1. .3 Analysis of Residual Chlorine Content The Residual Chlorine tests can be carried out using the chlorine test kit supplied with the unit. 3. 4. During this period.OPERATION 4.3 Unit shut down for a long period If the unit is to be shut down for up to a week. No.P.SECTION 4 . the following procedure should be followed . Maintenance work that requires the unit to be emptied and cleaned. 4 Tablets” for further details. The unit can remain shut down and without aeration for up to 6 hours. Never enter a sewage treatment unit unless it is thoroughly cleaned out. The unit must be emptied if it remains unaerated for a longer period.1 “DPD No. fill either the left or the right hand chamber up to the line. which consists of the following items: 1 Colour Comparator 50 D.6. 2. 4. The remaining sludge can be discharged. . If there is no aerated Sludge Holding Tank or the unit will be shutdown for longer than one week.5. T9201005).P.6 UNIT SHUT DOWN PROCEDURE 4. there is no need to empty the unit.1.2. Add D. Total loss of aeration capacity (loss of all blower capacities.6. Make comparison to the colour chart on the test kit. or breathing apparatus is worn. Note: Take the appropriate precautions when handling D.1 General The ST-C unit needs to be shut down in situations such as: . Fill the middle chamber with sample up to the line.D.D. See Section 7.

Isolate Vent connection when applicable. 9. V3 and V5. 5. Close the valves on the raw sewage and waste water inlet lines. 10. Select HAND on the control panel switch to operate the Discharge Pump to empty Aeration Tank. Close valves V1. 3.OPERATION For Valve number positions see 7. ensure that the connected appliances are not used. . Select the Discharge Pump. Pump and drain the Contact Tank content. and empty content by repeating above steps. 2. 7. 11. Flush all tanks with a suitable hose. Chlorination Dosing Pump and Dechlorination Dosing Pump control panel switches to OFF. 8. Pump and drain the Settlement Tank contents overboard or to a holding tank.5 “GENERAL ARRANGEMENTS and P&I DIAGRAMS”. Close valve V2 and open valve V1. Close V1 and open V3. Inspect the internal coating and recoat as necessary. Examine the inspection cover joints for serviceability and renew if necessary. 4. Open valve V2 and V4. or alternatively. 6. Refit the joints and covers. 1. SECTION 4 .

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NOTE: If air pressure rises above 0.1.MAINTENANCE AND TROUBLE SHOOTING 5.4 Annually Drain and clean all compartments of the unit and inspect and repair any damaged coating.2 Monthly Clean blower inlet filters (These may be cleaned by blowing air from the inside of the cartridge outwards) Coarse screen filter to be inspected and any plastic bags or other debris etc.3 3 Monthly Replace air blower inlet filters Check the functioning of the non-return valve fitted to the air line. Access to screen is obtained through inspection cover. Replace aerator air diffuser elements.1 Weekly Inspect blower inlet filters weekly 5.1. 5. 5.6. A blocked inlet air filter can restrict blower output. Change over from the duty to the standby air blower.1 MAINTENANCE SCHEDULE 5. check both filter cartridges and aerators and replace as necessary. which will contribute to early blockage of diffusers.1.1.2 bar (3 lbf/in2) above original commissioning pressure at any time. Ensure that the delivery valve is open before operating change over switch and then close delivery valve on the blower which is not running. A blocked inlet air filter may also hide the fact that the diffusers are blocking. because the blower discharge pressure will reduce as the air flow rate reduces .OPERATION SECTION 5 . (see Section 4. SECTION 4 .3 “Unit shut down for a long period”). to be removed. Inspect the Discharge Pumps and Air Blowers for wear.

c. High sludge level in Settlement Carry out Settlement Test and (Note: Allow 7-10 days process Tank. Blower pressure decrease by Problem with down pipe/diffuser Inspect / replace diffusers >0. Foaming in aeration tank. particles. Check desludge frequency. diffusers. Check / Calibrate dosing rate. Check and calibrate RAS flow.s.2 TROUBLE SHOOTING Table 5. within the Aeration Tank. Check for leaking flush valves on w.1 ST-C Trouble Shooting Guide Problem Cause Remedy Tank overflow. Check dilution water if applicable. Vent Blockage Check vent pressure.s and urinals. Excessive hydraulic throughput. High chlorine levels in Effluent. Anaerobic condition caused by a Check blower pressure. . Poor effluent quality. Scum build up on Settlement Carry out Desludge operation.c.1 Bar from commissioning data. filters and valve positions. Check and calibrate RAS flow. desludge if necessary. Check feed regime.2 Fouling Diffusers Inspect / replace diffusers Bar from commissioning data. Check shelf life of Chemical. Blockage. Use low foam cleaners and prevent emptying of cleaners’ buckets down w. Check and calibrate RAS flow. Turbid effluent with fine particles. Pump failure.s. Eliminate toxic cleaners. Check air diffusers for blockage.SECTION 4 . Blower pressure Increase by >0. start-up period). Check / Calibrate dosing pump rate. lack of aeration or overloading Check blower inlet filters. (Sample Point V18) chemical. Check feed regime. Rising bubbles in Settlement Tank Check desludge frequency. Noxious odour emissions. Clean Contact Tank. Low chlorine levels in Contact Under dosing of Chlorine Check Chemical Tank level. High Faecal Coliform Count Under dosing of Chlorine Check Chemical Tank level. Poor Biomass conditions.OPERATION 5. Check air valve V15 is closed. Check toilet cleaning chemical is bio-degradable with low toxicity. Check / Calibrate dosing rate. Check for discharge pipe High-level alarm. Check for leaking flush valves on w. Check abnormal use of toilet cleaning chemicals. chemical. Under dosing of Dechlorinating Check Chemical Tank level. Check and calibrate RAS flow. Check electrical circuit. Tank (Sample Point V17) chemical.c. Tank surface. Check blowers. Check and calibrate RAS flow. Check feed regime. Excessive use of cleaning agents. Excessive input. Check overdose of Chlorine chemical. due to Denitrification. blockage. No RAS flow. Turbid effluent with large Check desludge frequency.

OPERATION 5. Remove wing nut and washer and withdraw ceramic element. Remove respective side manhole cover and disconnect running union located immediately inside cover.3 SPECIFIC MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES 5. The diffuser elements must be replaced annually or at any time when the pressure gauge reading rises by 0. or if the air pressure relief valve is blowing.1 General The air diffuser elements are made from a porous ceramic material and must be handled with care to avoid breakages. SECTION 4 . Fit a new element taking care that the stainless steel washers are in place at either end.2 Air Diffuser Assemblies Replacement Procedures 5. 5.2 Element Replacement This must normally be carried out during annual servicing with the tank empty.2. Replace manhole cover. at intervals determined by the characteristics of the chemical used.1 Cleaning the Dosing Pump The dosing nozzles must be cleaned periodically. Ensure that the air filter cartridges are clean and that the airlift valves are adjusted to give the required flow.3. Replace the wing nut taking care not to over tighten. Lift out diffuser assembly complete. 5.2.3.2 Bar (3lbf/in2) above the original commissioning pressure.3.3. Replace diffuser assembly in the tank taking care to locate spigot in the bracket in the bottom of the tank. .

and the Item Number and Item Description as listed in the Drawing.OPERATION 5. numbered.2 Recommended List of Spares Item Description Impeller screw Peel off shim Pump Mechanical seal Tab washer Carbon blades Filter elements Blower Set of bearings Set of spacers and tolerance rings Contactor Auxiliary contact Controls Relay Bulb Lovibond DPD No. please include the following data: . and described in Section 7.For each spare part: the relevant Sectional Arrangement Drawing Number. Table 5.The ST-C unit serial number (this is stamped on the unit nameplate and begins with “GO…”) . or in any correspondence.6 “SECTIONAL ARRANGEMENTS ” When ordering spare parts.4 RECOMMENDED SPARES LIST Items within the ST-C unit are illustrated. 4 tablets Sampling kit Measuring Cylinder Chlorination Chemical 10/25 Litre Drum Dechlorination Solution 10/25 Litre Drum Chlorine Dosing Pump Complete Spares Kit Dechlorination Dosing Pump Complete Spares Kit Diffusers Full set Hatch Cover Joints Full set Airflow Meter Complete Replacement .SECTION 4 .

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B50x50HC Series. Medium and High Head 2-Pole Sewage Pumps with 2-Bladed Open Impeller Page 1-1 Issue 1 0411 .

..................................................................................1 LIST OF DRAWINGS....................... 5-2 5....DESCRIPTION.........................................STORAGE AND INSTALLATION .............. SECTION 1 ................................................................................. 6-1 6.............................................4 REGULATING FLOW FROM PUMP – PUMPED MEDIA WITHOUT SOLIDS ..................................................................................................................................................................................................................................1 General ....................................................................................................................................................................... 2-1 2....................................................................................................5 ROTATION................................ 2-1 SECTION 3 ................................................................................................. 5-3 5.MAINTENANCE ................................................. 5-2 5...........1 GENERAL ....TECHNICAL DATA CONTENTS SECTION 1 ........................... 5-1 5... 2-1 2.........................................................................................................................1 IMPELLER SHIMMING...................................................................................................1 STORAGE.....DRAWINGS.............. 3-1 3...... 2-1 2.................................................... 4-1 4.. 5-1 5...................................................................................6 INSPECTION .............................. 3-1 3...................................... 4-1 4....................................................................................................................................2 INSTALLATION DATA – PUMP WEIGHT AND DIMENSIONS .........................5 STOPPING THE PUMP.. 3-1 3.........................................1 GENERAL ......................4 MECHANICAL SEAL ...........................................4 GENERAL DIMENSIONS ...................................................................................................................................1 CHECKS BEFORE RUNNING FOR THE FIRST TIME ....................................................................................................................................................................................1 STANDARD PUMP PERFORMANCE............................................................................................. 3-1 3.... 5-6 TABLE 5............................................................................................................................................OPERATION ......................................................................................3 MOTOR SPEED..............3........................ 1-3 1....................... 1-3 1..............................................................5 IMPELLER ................4 DISMANTLING PUMP ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................. 3-1 3.........1 MAINTENANCE SCHEDULE ............................................... 3-2 SECTION 4 ...................................3 STARTING THE PUMP .2 LUBRICATION .................................................................... 1-3 SECTION 2 ....3........2 Pipework ........................................................3................................3 PUMP CASING ........................ 5-1 5........5 MOTOR Disassembly And Assembly ..... 1-3 1........................................................................................................................... 2-1 2.............................. 5-3 SECTION 6 ............................................................... 4-1 4...............2 RECOMMENDED TIGHTENING TORQUE .................................. 3-1 3....................................3 Electrical Installation ..................................................... 1-3 1..............................................................................TECHNICAL DATA ..............7 ASSEMBLING PUMP .....................2 PRIMING............................ 5-4 TABLES TABLE 5..................................................................................................................................................................................... 6-1 FIGURES FIGURE 5........ 5-7 Page 1-2 Issue 1 0411 .........4 Direction of Rotation ..................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 4-1 4.........................................3 PREPARATION FOR DISMANTLING THE PUMP ......................................2 FAULT FINDING CHART ......................... 4-1 4............................................................ 1-3 1... 4-2 SECTION 5 .......................................... 2-1 2.................3...... 3-1 3.....2 PUMP INNER COVER........................................................................... 5-2 5......3 INSTALLATION PROCEDURE ........

60 Hz (2 pole) 3525 rev/min.5 ROTATION The direction of rotation is clockwise when looking at the non-drive end of the pump. Page 1-3 Issue 1 0411 .0 kg m 1.2 RECOMMENDED TIGHTENING TORQUE Impeller Screw (Item 8) 3. 1. 1.TECHNICAL DATA 1. inter-change two of the connecting leads.1 STANDARD PUMP PERFORMANCE Pump type Capacity Head B50 x 50HC Medium Head Up to 35 m3 /hr Up to 18 Metres B50 x 50HC High Head Up to 42 m3 /hr Up to 25 Metres 1.3 MOTOR SPEED 50 Hz (2 pole) 2925 rev/min.0 kg m Bolt and Nut (Item 19 and 20) 3. To change the rotation direction. 0 kg m Stud and Nut (Item 22 and 23) 5. dimensions and the minimum clearance needed for dismantling. SECTION 1 .TECHNICAL DATA SECTION 1 .4 GENERAL DIMENSIONS Refer to the General Arrangement drawing supplied with the contract documents for maximum equipment weight.

A shim is fitted at the bottom of the impeller hub to permit the running clearance to be correctly set between the impeller and inner cover. 2. A spring maintains pressure between the seal faces. Page 2-1 Issue 1 0411 . a stationary seal ring. and lubrication is by the pumped fluid. diameter. sump drainage and handling dirty water containing solids up to 25mm. Circulation passages are arranged to maintain flow rate and prevent the accumulation of sediment. 2. 2. carried on the impeller hub.5 IMPELLER The impeller is keyed to the motor shaft and retained by a screw and lockwasher. and the discharge branch which is arranged at right angles with the suction branch. and a rotating seal ring. The high head pump is suitable for heads up to 25 metres.3 PUMP CASING The pump casing is bolted to the inner cover and incorporates the suction branch which is in-line with the motor shaft.1 GENERAL These pumps are horizontal close coupled centrifugal units with a 2-bladed open impeller of the non-clog type. The medium head pump is suitable for heads up to 18 metres.DESCRIPTION SECTION 2 . They are designed for capacities up to 40 m3/h and operate at 2-pole motor speeds.2 PUMP INNER COVER The inner cover is bolted onto the electric motor and houses the mechanical seal. The pumps are particularly suited for effluent discharge. located in the pump cover.4 MECHANICAL SEAL The mechanical seal arrangement comprises two basic parts. 2.DESCRIPTION 2. SECTION 2 .

3. gases. vibrations.2 Pipework All pipework should be constructed so that pipe strains are eliminated and the unit protected against frost.3. the acceptable frequency variation is ±5% and the total acceptable variation is ± 10%. ducts. and corrosive smokes. In case the pumps are stored for more than two years. cable glands. Earth continuity must be provided for all exposed metalwork of electrical apparatus. ♦ Check that the stator insulation resistance remains constant within the accepted values. stator must be re-impregnated. For dimensional data on any particular installation. the winding must be dried according to the following: ♦ Warm it up inside an oven at a minimum temperature of 80ºC increasing 5ºC every hour until 105ºC. normal supplied with the contract documents. SECTION 3 . cable sheaths and armour. remaining under this temperature for at least one hour. Also. Flexible conductors must be provided to earth resiliently mounted equipment. reference must always be made to the General Arrangement drawing. If possible. check with water pressure for leaks. Suction piping must be absolutely air tight and as short as possible.3. 3. Minimum required clearance dimensions for components removal are shown in the General Arrangement drawing supplied with the contract documents. If not. 3. The bore of the suction line must NOT be less than the pump suction flange nominal bore. and to facilitate removal and installation of components during normal maintenance routines. the overall dimensions. Pipe fittings must fit easily without strain and suction and discharge pipes must be supported independently near the pump so that no strain is transmitted to the pump casing. Each installation must be wired in accordance with recognised standards of practice. free of dust.1 STORAGE Pumps must be stored in dry places. it should be between one and two sizes larger than the suction opening of the pump if the suction line exceeds 15m (50ft) in length.3 Electrical Installation Voltage and connection are indicated on the nameplate. to eliminate loops which create air pockets. avoiding bends and elbows. conduits. etc. trunking. Page 3-1 Issue 1 0411 . If the insulation resistance is less than 2 mega-ohms.3 INSTALLATION PROCEDURE 3. The storage temperature must remain between 5ºC to 60ºC. The acceptable voltage variation is ±10%. the bearings must be replaced or the lubrication grease must be totally removed after cleaning. 3. Care should be exercised in laying.STORAGE AND INSTALLATION 3. and the minimum clearances for removal of parts are shown on the General Arrangement Drawing.STORAGE AND INSTALLATION SECTION 3 .2 INSTALLATION DATA – PUMP WEIGHT AND DIMENSIONS The maximum weight of the pump. with relative humidity not exceeding 50%. Measure the insulation resistance before operating the motor and/or when there is any sign of humidity in the winding.1 General It is of the utmost importance that sufficient space is provided around the pump to allow personnel access. under constant temperature and in normal position free from other objects.3. It is advisable to leave adequate headroom above the unit for crane joists or lifting tackle.

SECTION 3 .3.4 Direction of Rotation On initially starting the pump. ensure that it is running in the direction indicated by the arrow on the pump body.STORAGE AND INSTALLATION Ensure that overload relays are set to the correct current rating of the motor(s) they are protecting. the wiring connections at the motor terminal box must be reversed. THE DISTANCE BETWEEN THE AIR INLET AND THE WALL MUST BE AROUND ONE QUARTER OF THE INLET OPENING DIAMETER. Page 3-2 Issue 1 0411 . If the direction is incorrect. KEEP MOTOR COOLING AIR INLET AND OUTLET FREE AND CLEAN. AVOID RECIRCULATION OF COOLING AIR. 3.

Make sure suction and discharge valves are open. ITS CONNECTIONS OR FITTINGS. (It may be necessary to remove the motor fan shroud to achieve this). If rotation is incorrect. HEALTH AND SAFETY ACT COMPLIANCE: BEFORE OPERATING THE EQUIPMENT. THE HEALTH AND SAFETY REGULATIONS APPROPRIATE TO THIS CLASS OF WORK. below). proceed as follows: After initial installation. 4. WHILST THE MACHINE IS RUNNING. 5.OPERATION SECTION 4 . 2. Rotate the pump manually through at least one revolution to ensure that the pump is free to rotate. Start motor. DO NOT ATTEMPT TO MAKE ADJUSTMENTS TO THE PUMP.4 REGULATING FLOW FROM PUMP – PUMPED MEDIA WITHOUT SOLIDS DO NOT OPERATE FOR EXTENDED PERIODS WITH A CLOSED DISCHARGE VALVE.OPERATION WARNING: 1. On initially starting the pump. OPERATORS SHOULD BE ADEQUATELY QUALIFIED PERSONNEL FAMILIAR WITH THIS TYPE OF EQUIPMENT. Prime the pump in accordance with instructions under ‘Priming’. The quantity of fluid delivered by the pump is regulated by opening or closing the delivery valve. AND ENSURE COMPLIANCE WITH.2 PRIMING The pump can be primed by filling with the liquid to be pumped. DO NOT ATTEMPT TO START THIS PUMP UNTIL THE INSTRUCTION BOOK HAS BEEN READ AND UNDERSTOOD. 4. Remove the priming plug and pour liquid through the open branch of the tee until the pump and suction line are completely filled. The installation of a tee in the discharge line just above the pump will provide a means of filling. Care must be taken not to overload the motor or reduce the rate of flow to such a small capacity that over-heating of the pump will occur. 4. fill the pump with the liquid to be pumped (see ‘Priming’. USERS MUST BE MADE AWARE. Ensure that the suction and discharge line stop valves are in the “Open” position. 3. SECTION 4 . 4. 3. ensure that it is rotating in a clockwise direction when viewed from the driving end of the shaft.3 STARTING THE PUMP 1. Check that the motor bearings are lubricated as detailed in the motor manufacturer’s handbook. then replace the priming plug and start the pump. DO NOT ATTEMPT TO RUN THE PUMP WITHOUT ADEQUATE GUARDING. 2. reverse any two wiring connections at the terminal. 4. Page 4-1 Issue 1 0411 .1 CHECKS BEFORE RUNNING FOR THE FIRST TIME Before running the machine for the first time after installation or maintenance.

SECTION 4 . stop the motor. 4. THE DISCHARGE RATE MUST NOT BE REGULATED BY THE DELIVERY VALVE. Page 4-2 Issue 1 0411 .5 STOPPING THE PUMP To stop the pump.OPERATION CAUTION WHEN PUMPING MEDIA CONTAINS SOLIDS.

SOMETIMES NOT THOSE FOR WHICH THE PUMP WAS INITIALLY SUPPLIED. When ordering spare parts or in any correspondence relating to the pump. ONLY ADEQUATELY QUALIFIED PERSONNEL FAMILIAR WITH THIS TYPE OF EQUIPMENT SHOULD CARRY OUT MAINTENANCE OR ADJUSTMENTS.2 LUBRICATION The pump end requires no lubrication. PUMPS HANDLE VARIOUS LIQUIDS. located at the end of section 5. 5. 6. TAKE ANY ACTIONS NECESSARY TO MAKE SAFE AND BE AWARE OF THE RECOMMENDED PROCEDURES TO FOLLOW IN THE EVENT OF AN EMERGENCY. Motors may be fitted with sealed or open bearings: Lubrication of open bearings shall be carried out at the preventive maintenance period observing the following: Page 5-1 Issue 1 0411 . ENSURE THAT THE PUMP SUCTION AND DELIVERY VALVES ARE CLOSED AND THAT THE CASING DRAIN PLUG IS REMOVED. BEFORE COMMENCING ANY WORK A CHECK OF AVAILABLE SPARES SHOULD BE MADE. AND ENSURE COMPLIANCE WITH. 3. THE HEALTH AND SAFETY REGULATIONS APPROPRIATE TO THIS CLASS OF WORK.1 GENERAL The item numbers in the text refer to the item numbers called up on D8103 Sectional Arrangement included in Section 6.1. Please also give the drawing and item number and full description of the item required as quoted on the appropriate List of Parts and Sectional Arrangement drawing. SECTION 5 . DO NOT ATTEMPT TO REPAIR OR OVERHAUL THE PUMP UNTIL THIS INSTRUCTION BOOK HAS BEEN STUDIED. IN THESE CASES EXTRA CARE IS NECESSARY TO BE ABSOLUTELY SURE THAT ISOLATION OF THE UNIT IS COMPLETE. 5. SOME UNITS MAY BE ON AUTOMATIC STANDBY DUTIES. KNOW THE PROPERTIES OF THE LIQUIDS THAT HAVE BEEN PUMPED. JOINTS. BEFORE ATTEMPTING TO DISMANTLE THE PUMP. BEFORE PROCEEDING WITH MAINTENANCE OF THE PUMP.2. and a fault finding chart in Table 5. 2. 7.G. A complete pump and motor are readily available as standard spares so that should trouble be experienced with either of these relatively small items it can be quickly remedied without interfering with the normal duties of the unit. 5. A maintenance schedule is given in Table 5. E. IT MUST BE STOPPED AND ISOLATED ELECTRICALLY AND MECHANICALLY AND VISIBLE WARNING NOTICES DISPLAYED. HEALTH AND SAFETY ACT REQUIREMENTS COMPLIANCE: BEFORE WORKING ON THIS EQUIPMENT PERSONNEL MUST BE MADE AWARE OF.MAINTENANCE WARNING: 1. ISOLATORS MAY BE REMOTE FROM THE PUMP. SEALS. REPLACEMENT OF O-RINGS.MAINTENANCE SECTION 5 . the unit number stamped on the nameplate must be quoted. 4.

000 hours. Remove the drain plug (27) and joint washer (28) from the pump casing. Turn the impeller (5) so that the jacking screw holes are horizontal. ♦ Remove all the old grease. Remove the nuts (23) and spring washers (25) and remove the inner cover from the electric motor. 5. 2. SECTION 5 . 4. Remove the bolts securing the electric motor to its seating and the nuts (20). The stator grips must be applied over the side face of the inner ring to be disassembled or over an adjacent part. Withdraw the stationary part of the mechanical seal (16) from the inner cover (2) and the rotating part from the impeller. 3. 5.4 DISMANTLING PUMP REFER TO SECTIONAL ARRANGEMENT DRAWING D8103 1. 5. washers (34) and bolts (19) securing the inner cover to the casing. 6. tab washer and ‘O’-ring (14). ♦ Re-grease the bearing immediately. 2. Page 5-2 Issue 1 0411 . as shown on the Sectional Arrangement drawing. 5. Before installing a new bearing it is required to check the shaft bearing location for damage. Bend back the locking tab washer (17) and remove the impeller screw (8). 7. Ensure that the electrical power supply to the motor is switched off. Withdraw the motor and pump from the casing and remove the ‘O’-ring seal (15) 3.MAINTENANCE ♦ Disassemble in a clean environment.5 MOTOR DISASSEMBLY AND ASSEMBLY Disassembly and assembly must be done by qualified personnel using only suitable tools and appropriated methods. The ZZ (sealed) bearings (6201 to 6307) do not require lubrication. WARNING: EXCESS GREASE CAN CAUSE BEARING OVERHEATING AND SUBSEQUENT FAILURE. ♦ Wash the bearing with kerosene or diesel. Shut the suction and delivery valves in the system pipelines. Bearing life is about 20. Remove the peel-off shim (11) and the liquid thrower (10). and screw in the two jacking screws to withdraw the impeller.3 PREPARATION FOR DISMANTLING THE PUMP 1.

015 in) Note: Each lamination of shim is 0. 5. 2.7 ASSEMBLING PUMP 1. The resultant figure is the amount of shimming which needs to be removed from the peel-off shim. Position the liquid thrower on the motor shaft and the inner cover on the motor.381 mm (0.039 in) Deduct required clearance 0.524 mm (0. Page 5-3 Issue 1 0411 .) from the measurement obtained. b) Line up the keyway in the impeller with the key in the motor shaft and push the impeller onto the shaft.inductive process .381 mm (0.015 in) or five laminations. Impeller Shimming: To determine the amount of shimming required between the impeller and motor shaft: a) Position a new peel-off shim (11) in the bore of the impeller (5) (do not fit mechanical seal at this stage). e. 5.003 in) Therefore. cracks. the complete seal assembly must be renewed.or use suitable tools.g.6 INSPECTION Thoroughly clean and examine all components for corrosion. Clearance measured 0.MAINTENANCE For bearing assembly warm the inner race with suitable equipment . This dimension should be 0.991 mm (0.024 in) Total to be removed from shim 0.060 in) thick.457mm ± 0. A new peel-off shim is 20 laminations or 1.457mm (0. 15) and tab washer (17) must be replaced with new ones. Subtract 0.076 mm (0. c) Place the tab washer (17) on the impeller screw (8) and fit the screw into the tapped hole in the end of the motor shaft.018 in.076mm (0. d) With the aid of feeler gauges. the amount of laminations to be removed from the shim is 0. The ‘O’-ring seals (14. measure the clearance between the rudimentary vanes at the back of the impeller and the inner cover (see figure below). SECTION 5 . If the mechanical seal faces are damaged. Fully tighten the screw but do not lock it at this stage. Fit the spring washers (25) and nuts (23).018 ± 0.003 in). wear or any other damage and renew any parts found defective.610 mm (0.

g) Remove the peel-off shim from the bore of the impeller and remove the number of laminations determined in (d) above. 4. f) Remove the impeller screw and tab washer and withdraw the impeller from the motor shaft.MAINTENANCE FIGURE 5.1 IMPELLER SHIMMING e) Ensure that the end of the motor shaft key does not protrude beyond the end of the motor shaft or the peel-off shim pack will be fouled. SECTION 5 . with soft hand soap and water. Smear the inside of the impeller bore with grease. 3. Lubricate the outside diameter of the cup rubber and also the bore of the recess in the inner cover. Page 5-4 Issue 1 0411 . Fit the mechanical seal as follows: a) Ensure the ceramic seat is fully inserted into the cup rubber. which locates the stationary seat.

8. f) Ensure that the impeller adjusting peel-off shim (11) is in position on the shaft end. d) Lubricate the bore of the bellows with soft hand soap and water. Place a new ‘O’-ring seal (15) on the inner cover (2) and position the motor and pump assembly on its mounting and secure the inner cover to the casing with bolts (19). 6. less casing and impeller. g) Line up the keyway in the impeller hub with the shaft key. 5.MAINTENANCE b) Feed the cup rubber and ceramic seat into the recess and press into position ensuring an even pressure over the whole of the ceramic seat face. locate the bore of the hub with the shaft end and push the impeller fully onto the shaft. and nuts (20). Make sure that the cup rubber and seat are pressed fully home. e) Apply soft hand soap and water to the outside diameter of the impeller hub. Page 5-5 Issue 1 0411 . 7. washers (34). Secure the impeller with the impeller screw (8) and tab washer (17). Note: Installation of the seal unit. Carefully position the liquid thrower on the impeller hub. c) Stand the pump. vertically with the impeller end of the shaft uppermost. should be completed within 15 minutes to ensure that the bellows is correctly positioned before it permanently grips the impeller hub. SECTION 5 . Fit the bolts and washers securing the motor to its mounting. Lock the screw with the tab washer. to its working length. and pass the bellows of the mechanical seal carefully over the taper on the hub (rubber end first) until the bellows contacts the hub shoulder.

for specific conditions. SECTION 5 .1 MAINTENANCE SCHEDULE Every Year or 8. operating experience indicates that a difference schedule would be beneficial Page 5-6 Issue 1 0411 . This table is for guidance only and indicates the minimum recommended schedule. Where running hours and time are quoted.000 Hrs Inspect X ‘O’-Ring Seals Replace X Inspect X Mechanical Seals Replace X Pump Casing Inspect X Impeller Key Inspect X Motor Electrical Inspect X Connections Inspect X Motor Shaft Seal Replace X Inspect X Motor Bearings Replace X NOTE: 1.000 Every 4 Years or Item Action hrs 20. This may be varied where.MAINTENANCE TABLE 5. 3. the shorter period is the criterion if the component is a dynamic part. All clearances and parts should be checked as routine if the unit is dismantled for any reason. 2.

2 FAULT FINDING CHART Fault Cause Remedy Delivery valve closed. valve. Open valve. giving full particulars. SECTION 5 . Open suction valve. Choked impeller. Dismantle and clean. Suction valve closed. Temperature Actual total head exceeds max. Discharge pipe for loops. suction head. Valve or non-return valve partially Attend to valve or non-return Reduced Output and High closed. Attend to joints and glands in Air leaks or upturned loops in Reduced and/or Irregular suction system and check run of suction pipework. Pump Absorbing Excessive Power Worn motor bearing. Page 5-7 Issue 1 0411 . Renew bearing. No Discharge Blocked suction pipework Clean suction pipework Water level beyond maximum lift Change the set up to improve of pump.MAINTENANCE TABLE 5. Consult our Technical Department generated by pump.

SECTION 6 .1 LIST OF DRAWINGS Drawing Number Drawing Title D8103 Sectional Arrangement. B50x50HC 2-Pole Sewage Pump A21980/ A21981 General Arrangement.DRAWINGS 6. B50x50HC 2-Pole Sewage Pump Page 6-1 Issue 1 0411 .DRAWINGS SECTION 6 .

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Items List for B50x50HC 2-Pole Sewage Pump

Drawing D8103, Issue 1.

ITEM DESCRIPTION QTY.

1 Pump Casing 1
2 Inner Cover 1
5 Impeller 1
8 Impeller Screw 1
10 Liquid Thrower 1
11 Peel-off Shim 1
14 ‘O’-ring (impeller) 1
15 ‘O’-ring (casing) 1
16 Mechanical Seal 1
17 Tab Washer 1
19 Bolt 6
20 Nut 6
22 Stud 4
23 Nut 4
25 Spring Washer 4
26 Nameplate 1
27 Plug 3
28 Joint 3
29 Stud 4
30 Nut 4
31 Key 1
34 Washer 6
39 Jacking Screw 2
50 Motor 1

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....................................5............................................................................................................................................................ 2 4 Hardware Required...................1............................................. 3 5.........................3 Time/Date ............. 4 –20mA................................................................................... 4 5.....................................4 Alarm.................................2 Electrical Connections.............5................................................................................................... 6 5...................6 Menus................................................................... 13 6................................................................................................................................................6......................................................... 13 6.....................2 Navigation .................5 Dosing Timer......................................................... 3 5...........1 General ....................................................................................................... 10 6........................................................3 Info ......................... 11 6............. 10 6.................................1................1.................1 Control Elements.................................................... BH17 0JT......................6........ 12 6........ Hamworthy Water Systems Ltd........................1.... 8 6..............6...... 3 5.................. 8 6..1................................................................. 2 5 Installation......................5.. ................1 Pump Assembly Mechanical...............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................4 Batch (pulse based) ................................... STC –Chlorine Dosing Pump R62950 Poole..........................................6..6................1 Main Menus...........................6.. 9 6....................................................................................3 Operating States ..........................................................5..........................................................5 Setup.......................... Cycle ...............................2 Operation ................5 Overview of display symbols...................3..................................................................... Fleets Corner.......................................................................................................................2 Pulse .......5........... 8 6....................................................3..................... 11 6...................................................4................................... 14 For Issue Number and Approval details see Section 1 “Approvals” on Page 2.........................................................................4................................................... 13 6................6...........3 Deaerating the pump................................................................................................6.............. 6 6 Controls....................................................................................................................................6............................................. UK Set up Summary © Copyright & All Other Rights Reserved Page 1 of 14 Contents 1 Approvals .................5.............................................................2 Hose connection procedure.............................................................................. 10 6.................1.............................................6........2 Pump Assembly Electrical ........ ..........................................................6.......5...3 Analogue 0-20mA.............. 12 6................. 11 6.....6.................5............................................................5................ 2 2 Introduction...........4 Sleep mode ....................................... 12 6...................................7 Hamworthy Default set up..1.................6............................. 8 6.........1 Pump Assembly ............................................................6........... 13 6............6............................4 Inputs/Outputs ...............................................1 Manual ...1.....................................................................5................ 6 5........................... 10 6......................................6......................................... 10 6.................................................2 Key Lock .................................................... 11 6.2 External Stop ..........................................6 Dosing Timer Week .................................................................. 3 5.......3 Hydraulic Connections ..................................................................................................................3...... 6 5.........1 Relay Outputs ............................................... 8 6................................................6.............................................................................................................................. 2 3 Dosing Pump Specification....................................................... 11 6.......................... 13 6........ .......................... Dorset...............................5...1 Operation Modes ..................................................5...............................................................................................................................................

5 to 16 Litter / Hour Include: Alarm Relay and Analogue output Dosing Head: PVC Gasket material FKM Valve ball material: Ceramic Control Cube position: Forward Supply: 100-240vac 50/60hz Mains Plug: UK type Connection. Fleets Corner. UK Set up Summary © Copyright & All Other Rights Reserved Page 2 of 14 1 Approvals Issue Date Status Author Approved By 1 21.03.12 Original Issue A. 1x STCXX-4900017 Alarm cable. 1x Hamworthy wiring diagrams. 1x STCXX-4900060 Suction line 5M cable. 1x STCXX-4900014 Dosing pump injection unit. (Schematics for the system to be installed) For Issue Number and Approval details see Section 1 “Approvals” on Page 2. STC –Chlorine Dosing Pump R62950 Poole. 6/9mm. . Hamworthy Water Systems Ltd. 1x STCXX-4900013 Signal cable. 3 Dosing Pump Specification Delivery: 7. 1x STCXX-4900015 Hose. BH17 0JT. 9/12mm Valve type: Standard 4 Hardware Required Ensure the following items are available:- 1x 8511200294 Dosing pump 1x STCXX-4900059 Suction line 1M cable. Suction/Discharge: House 4/6mm. 6/12mm.Kazem-Malaki ART 2 Introduction This document describes the setting up of Chlorine dosing pump. Dorset.

When installing mounting plate vertically ensure the slots are at the top and when installing plate horizontally the slots mechanism must be opposite the dosing head. Fleets Corner. BH17 0JT. Hamworthy Water Systems Ltd.1 Pump Assembly Mechanical The pump is delivered with a mounting plate. . this mounting plate can be fixed vertically or horizontally on a surface. STC –Chlorine Dosing Pump R62950 Poole. For Issue Number and Approval details see Section 1 “Approvals” on Page 2. Caution: pump must be disconnected from the power supply.1 Pump Assembly 5. Pump is attached to the mounting plate by means of slots mechanism and can be removed for maintenance.1. 4) Turn the control cube to desired position and reattach. Dorset.1. which is stable and free from vibration and will allow dosing to flow upward vertically. 1) Carefully remove both protective caps on the control cube using a thin screwdriver 2) Loosen the screws. 5. ensure the O-ring is secure and fit the protective caps.2 Pump Assembly Electrical The control cube fitted on this range of pump can be rotated and secured in one of three different positions for easy access. 3) Carefully lift off the control cube without stressing the flat interconnecting cable. UK Set up Summary © Copyright & All Other Rights Reserved Page 3 of 14 5 Installation 5.

moving the floats should change the multimeter reading from high to low or visa versa. Hamworthy Water Systems Ltd. Cable Connection Plug Pin Wire colour Function Analogue GND 1 Brown Start signal to pump Analogue Pulse 4 Black Start signal to pump Relay output Relay1 1 Brown Liquid Low level signal out Relay output Relay1 4 Black Liquid Low level signal out For Issue Number and Approval details see Section 1 “Approvals” on Page 2. A low value of less than say 5 ohms indicate a good connection. Using a multimeter set for continuity test. confirm the following connections between the plug pin and the wire end.(not shown). . STC –Chlorine Dosing Pump R62950 Poole. a high value say 50 ohms or no value indicates a damaged or broken lead First check between the wire end and the associated pin. Dorset. The supplied suction line and level sensor should already have a plug fitted and must be connected to the socket marked.2 Electrical Connections The pump has four customer usable electrical connections at the front and a flow control sensor input at the back. Pump is supplied with mains lead attached. once that connection has been tested and deem good. Fleets Corner. If the pump is used as part of an installation with a main control cabinet. then the mains plug fitted to the pump has to be cut off and the wires directly connected to the appropriate control cabinet terminals. confirm that there are no short circuits or faulty high resistance path to other pin in the same plug by testing between the wire end and all the other pins in that plug. BH17 0JT. UK Set up Summary © Copyright & All Other Rights Reserved Page 4 of 14 5. The Geni bus connection and the flow control sensor input are not currently used and should be caped off to maintain a good ingress protection (IP) rating. Please note the wire colours are Live = Brown Neutral = Blue Earth = Green/yellow Using a Multimeter (set for continuity) or any other continuity checker. operation of the level sensors can be checked by testing between pin 1 and pin 3 for low liquid level and between pin 2 and pin 3 for empty level.

. Dorset. STC –Chlorine Dosing Pump R62950 Poole. BH17 0JT. UK Set up Summary © Copyright & All Other Rights Reserved Page 5 of 14 5. Fleets Corner.2 For Issue Number and Approval details see Section 1 “Approvals” on Page 2.2. Hamworthy Water Systems Ltd.

4) Tighten union nut manually. For Issue Number and Approval details see Section 1 “Approvals” on Page 2.3 Hydraulic Connections 5.3. Hamworthy Water Systems Ltd. Dorset.2 Hose connection procedure. BH17 0JT. Warning: The deaeration hose must be connected correctly and inserted into a suitable tank! 1) Open the deaeration valve by approximately half a turn. .3 Deaerating the pump. wear protective clothing (gloves and goggles) when working on the dosing head. connections or lines. Shorten hoses at right angles.3.3. 2) Press and hold the 100% key until liquid flows continuously without any bubbles from the deaeration hose. Keep suction lines as short as possible. 3) Close deaeration valve. 5. Route suction lines upward towards the suction valve. 2) Push cone part fully into hose. UK Set up Summary © Copyright & All Other Rights Reserved Page 6 of 14 5. (Do not use tools) 5) Attach deaeration hose to the corresponding connection and run into a container or collecting tray. see fig 3) Attach cone part with hose to corresponding pump valve. After setting the seconds do not press the key any longer. Ensure that there are no loops or kinks in the hoses. Fleets Corner.1 General If there is risk of chemical burns. STC –Chlorine Dosing Pump R62950 Poole. 5. Note: Press the 100% key and simultaneously turn the click wheel clockwise to increase the duration of the process to up to 300 seconds. 1) Push union nut and tensioning ring across hose.

BH17 0JT. Fleets Corner. Hamworthy Water Systems Ltd. Dorset. UK Set up Summary © Copyright & All Other Rights Reserved Page 7 of 14 Discharge Hose Deaeration Valve Deaeration Hose Suction Hose For Issue Number and Approval details see Section 1 “Approvals” on Page 2. STC –Chlorine Dosing Pump R62950 Poole. .

This state will be cancelled when the pump is operated or a fault occurs. 6. press the click wheel to confirm your selection and open the next menu level.3 Operating States The operating state of the pump is indicated by a symbol and display colour. For Issue Number and Approval details see Section 1 “Approvals” on Page 2. The position of the cursor is highlighted in black in the sub-menus.4 Sleep mode If in the “operation” main menu the pump is not operated for 30 seconds.2 Navigation In the main menus “Info”. 6. The active symbol (current cursor position) flashes. Turning the wheel moves the cursor in the same direction. the display switches to the “operation” main menu and the display brightness is reduced. select settings and to confirm them. The active main menu is displayed as text. . Dorset. 6. turning the click wheel will increase or decrease the value depending on the direction of rotation. the header disappears. Hamworthy Water Systems Ltd. The scroll bar at the right edge of the display indicates that there are further menu items which are not shown. Use the “Back” symbol to return to the higher menu level. BH17 0JT. After 2 minutes. the options and submenus are displayed in the rows below. UK Set up Summary © Copyright & All Other Rights Reserved Page 8 of 14 6 Controls 6. When you position the cursor on a value and press the click wheel. a value is selected. STC –Chlorine Dosing Pump R62950 Poole. Fleets Corner. the other main menus are displayed as symbol. “Alarm” and “Setup”.1 Control Elements Start/Stop key: This key is used to start or stop the pump 100% Key: The key makes the pump dose at maximum flow regardless of the operation mode Click Wheel: The click wheel is used to navigate through the menus.

UK Set up Summary © Copyright & All Other Rights Reserved Page 9 of 14 6. STC –Chlorine Dosing Pump R62950 Poole. Dorset. Hamworthy Water Systems Ltd.5 Overview of display symbols For Issue Number and Approval details see Section 1 “Approvals” on Page 2. . Fleets Corner. BH17 0JT.

UK Set up Summary © Copyright & All Other Rights Reserved Page 10 of 14 6. For Issue Number and Approval details see Section 1 “Approvals” on Page 2.3 Info Date. 6.6. The service system can be reset from here. time and information about the active process and counters can be found in this menu.6. the currently active menu is displayed as text. 6.6. Hamworthy Water Systems Ltd. Fleets Corner. 1) Operation 2) Info 3) Alarm 4) Setup 6.1 Main Menus The main menus are displayed as symbols at the top of the display. BH17 0JT.2 Operation Status information such as the dosing flow.6. The last 10 warnings and alarms data are stored here. Dorset. . STC –Chlorine Dosing Pump R62950 Poole.6 Menus 6. selected operation mode and operating state is displayed in the “Operation” main menu.4 Alarm Errors can be viewed in the Alarm menu. the information can be accessed during operation.

3 Analogue 0-20mA.20mA Batch (pulse based) Dosing timer cycle Dosing timer week 6. The dosing volume per pulse is set in ml / pulse using the click wheel. Depending on the selection. BH17 0JT.1.1 Operation Modes Six different modes can be set in the “Setup> Operation Mode” menu.5.5. Hamworthy Water Systems Ltd. The range for the pump used is 0.6. UK Set up Summary © Copyright & All Other Rights Reserved Page 11 of 14 6. STC –Chlorine Dosing Pump R62950 Poole. Manual Pulse Analogue 0-20mA Analogue 4.6. other parameters are added to this menu.6. .8 ml/pulse 6.1 Manual In this Operation mode.5.5 Setup The “Setup” main menu contains menus for pump configuration. Dorset.6. 6.2 Pulse In this Operation mode the pump doses the set dosing volume for each incoming (potential free Pulses.0013 to 12. the pump constantly doses the flow set with the click wheel. 6. For Issue Number and Approval details see Section 1 “Approvals” on Page 2. Fleets Corner.1. 4 –20mA In this operation mode the pump doses in proportion to the input signal value in mA.1.5.6. The dosing flow is set in l/h or ml/h.

g. the total batch volume (e.0925 ml The batch volume (e.75ml) is set in the “Setup >Batch Volume “ menu.6. If the batch volume is modified. the pump doses the set batch volume in regular cycles. The minimum dosing time required for this batch can also be changed in the “setup > Dosing time” (e. For Issue Number and Approval details see Section 1 “Approvals” on Page 2.74 ml to 999 l in steps of 0. Signal received during a batch process will be ignored. 6. UK Set up Summary © Copyright & All Other Rights Reserved Page 12 of 14 6.4 Batch (pulse based) In this Operation mode the pump doses the set batch volume in the set dosing time (t1).5.1. the dosing time resets to the minimum dosing time.5.1.g. Dorset. BH17 0JT. Hamworthy Water Systems Ltd.6. For the pump used the batch volume range is 0. Fleets Corner. up to 16 dosing procedure are defined foe a week.5.5 Dosing Timer. Dosing cycle is delayed by a short time t2 after the pump is started.1.6 Dosing Timer Week In this Operation mode . Cycle In this Operation mode. . The cycle time (t3) must be longer than the dosing time (t1). In the “Operation” menu. A batch is dosed with each incoming pulse. 32 seconds). 75ml) and the remaining batch volume still to be dosed are shown in the display.6. STC –Chlorine Dosing Pump R62950 Poole.g. 6.

from a control room. Hamworthy Water Systems Ltd. The corresponding symbol appears in the Signal/error display.5.4.6.5. pump stopped. etc Warning Warning Display Yellow.6. STC –Chlorine Dosing Pump R62950 Poole. The contact type is factory set to Normally Closed (NC) Contact but can be changed to Normally Open (NO) in the “Setup> Input/Output> External -Stop” menu. Fleets Corner.6.2 External Stop The pump can be stopped via an external pulse.6. For Issue Number and Approval details see Section 1 “Approvals” on Page 2. 6. Level (Settings) All settings can only be changed by entering the key lock code.6.4.4 Inputs/Outputs In the “Setup > Inputs/Outputs” menu. UK Set up Summary © Copyright & All Other Rights Reserved Page 13 of 14 6. BH17 0JT. e.2 Key Lock The key lock is set in the “Setup > Key Lock” menu by entering a four-digit code. Start/Stop key and 100% key are NOT LOCKED Level (Settings+ Keys) All settings and the Start/Stop key and the 100% key are locked. It protects the pump by preventing changes to settings.5. When activated the external stop pulsed.1 Relay Outputs The pump can switch two external signals using the volt free contacts of the internal relays Relay 1 signal Relay 2 signal Description Alarm (default) Alarm Display Red. the pump switches from the operational state “Running” into Operational state “Standby”. pump is running (Low level. empty signal.3 Time/Date Time and date can be set in the “Setup > Time + date* Menu. The two relay outputs Relay 1 and Relay 2 and the input signals “External Stop”. “Empty Signal” and “Low Level” can be configured. 6.g. .etc) Stroke Signals Stroke Signals (default) Each full stroke Pump Dosing Pump Dosing Pump running and dosing Bus control Bus control Activated by commands in Comm bus Timer Cycle Timer Cycle Timer related Timer Week Timer Week Timer related 6.5.5. 6. Two levels of key lock can be selected. Dorset.

UK Set up Summary © Copyright & All Other Rights Reserved Page 14 of 14 6. Fleets Corner. 2) Setup > Operation mode > Batch (pulse based) 3) Setup > Batch Volume > required value 4) Setup > Dosing time > Time in mm-ss for the dose to be delivered 5) Setup > Inputs/outputs > Relay1 > Alarm 6) Setup > Inputs/outputs > External Stop > NC 7) Setup > Inputs/outputs > Empty signal > NC For Issue Number and Approval details see Section 1 “Approvals” on Page 2. BH17 0JT. . Dorset.7 Hamworthy Default set up Menu Submenu Item /value 1) Setup > Language > English. Hamworthy Water Systems Ltd. STC –Chlorine Dosing Pump R62950 Poole.

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683 342 STC25 1.337 169 STC15 0.11.380 190 STC08 0.536 768 STC40 2.12 INITIALS ART CHECKED ART APPROVED .201 1601 See R62950 for Set-up Summary ISSUE 1 CHANGES DATE 29.689 345 STC20 0.108 54 STC03 0.DATE PW-29.057 1029 STC60 3. ST1A-C. ALL OTHER RIGHTS RESERVED Based on Sodium Hypochlorite (14%) Sodium Contact Hypochlorite (14%) Tank Plant Dose per Pump Volume Out (m³) (ml) ST1A-C 0. Dorset DOSING PUMP PAGE 1 OF 1 BH17 0JT.12 .274 137 STC06 0.049 524 STC30 1.277 139 STC10 0.STC02~STC60 Hamworthy Water Systems Ltd SODIUM HYPOCHLORITE R62985 Fleets Bridge. England DATA COPYRIGHT & DESIGN RIGHT HAMWORTHY WATER SYSTEMS LTD.134 1067 STC50 2.324 162 STC13 0. Poole.11.051 26 STC02 0.229 115 STC04 0.

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ST1A-C. England SET-UP GUIDE COPYRIGHT & DESIGN RIGHT HAMWORTHY WATER SYSTEMS LTD. Poole. ALL OTHER RIGHTS RESERVED Sodium Bisulphite Dosing Pump (de-chlorination) ISSUE 1 CHANGES DATE 28/11/12 INITIALS ART CHECKED ILB APPROVED . Dorset DOSING PUMP BH17 0JT.DATE IB – 28/11/12 .STC02 ~ STC60 Hamworthy SODIUM BISULPHITE R62984 Water Systems Ltd PAGE 1 OF 3 Fleets Bridge.

69 11 1.8 barg for a medium head pump and 2.2 0. the de-chlorination dosing rate should be adjusted dependent on the value of the delivery pressure in accordance with the graph shown in Hamworthy Water Systems document R62745 and the table below : Medium Head Pump (P1 or P2) Discharge Pump Dosing Pump Dosing Pump Flowrate Pressure Stroke Length % litres/hour barg 1. Set discharge pump (P1 or P2) pressure to 1.0 litres/hour NOTE : If the discharge pump (P1 orP2) has to be set at a different delivery pressure for any reason.80 3.0 50 1.9 0.2 37 1. ALL OTHER RIGHTS RESERVED ST1A-C Only If the discharge pump (P1 orP2) has to be set at a different delivery pressure for any reason.6 barg for a high head pump by adjustment of the diaphragm valve V6 This setting will deliver the requisite sodium bisulphite flow-rate of 3.73 4.9 32 ISSUE 1 CHANGES DATE 28/11/12 INITIALS ART CHECKED ILB APPROVED .40 7 STC02 to STC60 1. ST1A-C. England SET-UP GUIDE COPYRIGHT & DESIGN RIGHT HAMWORTHY WATER SYSTEMS LTD.76 12 0.50 0. Dorset DOSING PUMP BH17 0JT.0 67 1. Poole.8 80 1.57 9.75 0.5 1.95 1. the de-chlorination dosing rate should be adjusted dependent on the value of the delivery pressure in accordance with the graph shown in Hamworthy Water Systems document R62755 and the table below : Discharge Pump Dosing Pump Dosing Pump Flowrate Pressure Stroke Length % litres/hour barg 0.DATE IB – 28/11/12 .90 2.STC02 ~ STC60 Hamworthy SODIUM BISULPHITE R62984 Water Systems Ltd PAGE 2 OF 3 Fleets Bridge.67 4.

70 2.78 1.STC02 ~ STC60 Hamworthy SODIUM BISULPHITE R62984 Water Systems Ltd PAGE 3 OF 3 Fleets Bridge.3 37 2. England SET-UP GUIDE COPYRIGHT & DESIGN RIGHT HAMWORTHY WATER SYSTEMS LTD. Dorset DOSING PUMP BH17 0JT. ST1A-C.44 4.0 67 2.51 4.0 50 2. ALL OTHER RIGHTS RESERVED High Head Pump (P1 or P2) Discharge Pump Dosing Pump Dosing Pump Flowrate Pressure Stroke Length % litres/hour barg 2. Poole.60 3.8 80 2.9 32 ISSUE 1 CHANGES DATE 28/11/12 INITIALS ART CHECKED ILB APPROVED .DATE IB – 28/11/12 .

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STCXX-00018 HamworthyKSE SODIUM HYPOCHLORITE Marine & Offshore SHEET 1 SHEETS 1 POOLE. SWITCH MODEL: 2 X NC FOR LOW LIQUID LEVELS (CLOSED WHEN CHEMICAL LEVEL OK. BH17 0JT. RETAINING TUBE AND SCREW CONNECTION.10.5 M PAGE ISSUE 1 ECN - DATE 15.B T0104103 Issue 1 0411 .SHT1. TWO STAGE LEVEL SWITCH WITH 3-PIN ROUND PLUG AND PE SUCTION HOSE.5 Suction Lines\STCXX-00018.ALL RIGHTS RESERVED IT REF: F:\CUSTOMER\Hamworthy\8803\Draft 2\ST1A-C\Section 6.doc PC Print: 14/12/10 16:29 SUCTION LINE HAMWORTHY PART NUMBER: STCXX-49900051 PVC ADJUSTABLE SUCTION ASSEMBLY CONSISTING OF FOOT VALVE. OPEN WHEN LOW LEVEL) MATERIAL: RETAINING TUBE AND FOOT VALVE: PVC ADJUSTABLE LENGTH: 385 – 550MM CONNECTION: 6 X 4 MM HOSE CONNECTION 2” SCREW CAP FITTED LENGTH OF CABLE: 1. ENGLAND SUCTION LINE © COPYRIGHT & DESIGN RIGHT HAMWORTHY KSE LIMITED .10 INITIALS ART CHECKED ART APPROVED/DATE I.

CONSISTING OF FOOT VALVE.10 INITIALS ART CHECKED ART APPROVED/DATE I. RETAINING TUBE AND SCREW CONNECTION. SWITCH MODEL: 1 X NO FOR LOW LIQUID LEVEL MATERIAL: RETAINING TUBE AND FOOT VALVE: PVC ADJUSTABLE LENGTH: 385 – 550MM CONNECTION: 8 X 5 MM HOSE CONNECTION 2” SCREW CAP FITTED LENGTH OF CABLE: 1. ONE- STAGE LEVEL SWITCH WITH FLAT CONNECTOR AND INTAKE LINE. BH17 0JT.10.5 M PAGE ISSUE 1 ECN - DATE 15.5 Suction Lines\STCXX-00019. STCXX-00019 HamworthyKSE SODIUM BISULPHITE Marine & Offshore SHEET 1 SHEETS 1 POOLE.SHT1.doc PC Print: 14/12/10 16:32 SUCTION LINE HAMWORTHY PART NUMBER: STCXX-4900056 PVC ADJUSTABLE SUCTION ASSEMBLY WITH SINGLE STAGE FLOAT SWITCH AND FLAT CONNECTOR.ALL RIGHTS RESERVED IT REF: F:\CUSTOMER\Hamworthy\8803\Draft 2\ST1A-C\Section 6.B T0104103 Issue 1 0411 . ENGLAND SUCTION LINE © COPYRIGHT & DESIGN RIGHT HAMWORTHY KSE LIMITED .

DOCUMENTS AND DRAWINGS Detailed contents of Section 7 is listed in the Contents at the front of manual.DOCUMENTS AND DRAWINGS SECTION 7 . SECTION 7 . Page 7-1 Issue 1 0411 .

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DOCUMENTS AND DRAWINGS 7.1 HEALTH AND SAFETY Page 7-3 Issue 1 0411 . SECTION 7 .

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4 Tablets Page 7-5 Issue 1 0411 . SECTION 7 .1 DPD No.1.DOCUMENTS AND DRAWINGS 7.

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potassium iodide. Product DPD No. Keep away from children. Minimal hazard during normal handling and use as directed. Keep dry. Tablets containing less than 1% diethyl-p-phenylene diamine sulphate in Composition formulation with buffer. Transport Not regulated. Tablets are non-combustible. Non-combustible. Corrosive if dissolved in water to give slightly Properties acidic solution. 4 Tablets Application For water testing applications only. Hazards Of low toxicity. boric acid. 4 Tablets (Health and Safety) Personnel Protection: Safety glasses and gloves should be worn when taking samples. borates. Avoid handling whenever possible. Use only as instructed. First Aid: Skin/eyes Wash with plenty of water Ingestion Give plenty of water to drink. Not to be taken. Storage Store in original containers. Fire Water and all extinguishers may be used. OBTAIN MEDICAL ATTENTION Spillage Sweep up and wash away with water. stabilisers and tableting aids. Issue 1 0411 . White tablets. DPD No. Wash hands after Handling use. refilling chlorine reservoir and general maintenance of the system.

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SECTION 7 .1.DOCUMENTS AND DRAWINGS 7.2 Sodium Hypochlorite: Document SDS S024 Page 7-7 Issue 1 0411 .

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1. Identification of the substance/preparation and company/undertaking.

NAME Sodium Hypochlorite Solution 10 - 25% S.D.S. No. S024
Synonyms: Bleach * Hypo * Everchlor * Chloros * Hispec * Bridos * Bleacol * Vo-redox 9110 *

Supplied by: Univar Ltd
46 Peckover Street Tel: 01274 377000
BRADFORD Fax: 01274 737058
West Yorkshire Emergency No. (Office hours): 01274 377070
BD1 5BD Emergency No. (24 hours): 01865 407333
2. Composition/information on ingredients.
Contains:
Chemical % Conc Classification Exposure CAS EINECS
Sodium Hypochlorite 10 - 25 C;R31-34 7681-52-9 231-668-3

3. Hazards identification.

Causes burns to skin, eyes and respiratory system. Contact with acids liberates toxic gas
(Chlorine). Liberates oxygen on heating.

4. First Aid measures.

Exposure Symptom Treatment
Route
Inhalation Mists will irritate breathing passages Remove from exposure, rest and
causing coughing and wheezing. keep warm. In severe cases, or if
recovery is not rapid or complete
seek medical attention.
Skin Contact Irritation, blistering on prolonged Drench the skin with plenty of
contact. water. Remove contaminated
clothing and wash before reuse. If
large areas of the skin is damaged
or if irritation persists seek medical
attention.
Eye Contact Pain, redening, watering. Irrigate thoroughly with water for at
least 10 minutes. Obtain immediate
medical attention.
Ingestion Burns to upper digestive tract,
If confined to mouth, wash out
stomach upset, nausea, vomiting.
mouth with water, if patient feels
unwell seek medical advice. If
swallowed, give water to drink do
not induce vomiting. Seek
immediate medical attention giving
attention to breathing dificulties.
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Immediate Treatment / Antidote: Symptomatic treatment.

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5. Fire Fighting measures.

Suitable Extinguishers: Use extinguisher suitable to surrounding fire conditions.

Unsuitable Extinguishers: Sawdust or acidic media.

Hazardous Combustion Products: Oxygen and chlorine.

Special Equipment for Fire Fighting: Self contained breathing apparatus and full protective

clothing.

6. Accidental Release measures.

Safety Precautions: Wear appropriate PPE - See section 8

Environmental Precautions: Do not allow material to contaminate drains and watercourses.
Immediately inform authorities of uncontrolled discharges.

Clean up Procedure: Bund or absorb material with inert material (eg Sand, NOT Sawdust).
Transfer liquid if possible to a salvage tank; otherwise absorb on inert material and
transfer to suitable containers for waste disposal.

7. Handling & Storage.

Handling Ventilation: Good general ventilation.

Prohibited procedures & equipment: Do not breathe mists. Do not use strong solutions on

stainless steel. Do not mix with other cleaning agents.

Storage Temperature range: Cool

Keep away from: See section 10

Suitable storage Media: Vented containers of glass, PVC, GRP, suitably lined mild steel, high
density polyethylene.

8. Exposure Controls/personal protection.
Exposure Limits None, in case of Chlorine release Type OES
0.5 ppm (1.5 mg/m3), 8 hr TWA; 1 ppm (3 mg/m3)
STEL
Monitoring As Chlorine
Method
Protective Measures
Respiratory: Self contained breathing apparatus if dealing with a major leak.
Hand: PVC or rubber gloves to BS 1651.
Eye: Safety goggles to BS 2092/C and/or face shield.
Skin: PVC overalls, Rubber boots to BS 1870.
Hygiene Measures: Always wash thoroughly after handling chemicals.

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9. Physical & Chemical Properties.

Appearance Clear green/yellow or pink/purple solutions.
Odour Faint chlorinous
PH >13
Boiling Point/range 110°C
Melting Point/range -17°C
Flammability Not flammable, but will liberate oxygen on heating.
Oxidizing Properties Strong oxidizing agent.
Vapour Pressure 17.5 mm Hg @ 20°C
Relative density 1.26
Solubility in water Stable
10. Stability & Reactivity.

Stability: Unstable, decomposes to form Sodium Chloride and Sodium Chlorate liberating
oxygen.

Known Hazardous reactions: Contact with acids liberates toxic gas (Chlorine). Violent
reactions with Ammonia, Ammonium compounds and Organic material.

Conditions to avoid: Heat, strong sunlight.

Materials to avoid: Acids, Ammonium Salts, Methanol, Hydrocarbons, Copper, Nickel, Iron,
Monel metal.

Hazardous decomposition products: Oxygen, Chlorine.

11. Toxicological Information.

Effects:

Corrosive to eyes, skin and mucous membranes. Prolonged eye contact may result in
permanent damage or blindness. Ingestion may lead to formation of Chlorine gas by
reaction with stomach contents; Inhalation of Chlorine gas will cause bronchial and
pulmonary oedema. Symptoms may be delayed for 48 hours or more.
LD50 LD50 8910 oral-rat
mg/Kg

12. Ecological Information.
Environmental Effects:

Mobility: Soluble in water, will readily percolate through soil.
Degradability: Material will degrade slowly to Sodium Chloride, Sodium Chlorate and
oxygen.
Aquatic Toxicity: Toxic to aquatic organisms. Very toxic to fish.

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13. Disposal considerations.

Substance: Via an authorized waste disposal contractor to an approved waste disposal
site, observing all local and national regulations.

Container: As substance. Used containers must not be cut up or punctured until
completely purged of product residues.

14. Transport Information.

UN number 1791 ADR Class/Item No. 8, 61°(c)
Primary Hazard Corrosive
Packing Group III Emergency Action Code 2X
H.I. Number 80

15. Regulatory Information.
Supply label details:Ref. CHIP '3
Label Name: Sodium Hypochlorite ...% Av Cl2
Symbols: Corrosive
Risk Phrases: 31 - 34 Contact with acids liberates toxic gas. Causes burns.
Safety (1/2) – 28 – 45 – 50 Keep locked up and out of the reach of children. After contact with
Phrases: skin, wash immediately with plenty of soap and water. In case of accident or if you feel unwell, seek
medical advice immediately (show label where possible). Do not mix with acidic materials.
E.C. No 231-668-3
Use of this material may be governed by the following regulations:-

Users are advised to consult these regulations for further information.
The information contained in this data sheet does not constitute an assessment of workplace risks.
16. Other Information.
This material is usually used for:

Water treatment, cleaning, disinfecting, bleaching.

It must not be used for:

Further details may be available upon request from your local Univar Ltd distribution site.

Legal Disclaimer:

The above information is based on the present state of our knowledge of the product at the

time of publication. It is given in good faith, no warranty is implied with respect to the

quality or the specification of the product. The user must satisfy himself that the product is

entirely suitable for his purpose.

Revision No 6 Dated: November 2005
Replaces S.D.S. Dated: July 2003
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7.1.3 Sodium Bisulphite: Document SDS S011

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In severe cases.D. S. Hazards identification. Obtain medical attention. NAME Sodium Bisulphite Solution S. 4. Eye Contact Irritation.1.S. Skin Contact Irritation. rest and keep warm. Remove from exposure.S. Contains: Chemical % Conc. Reducing agent. Ingestion Irritation of gastrointestinal Wash out mouth with water. Irritating to respiratory system. S011 Synonyms: Dechlorination solution * Vo-redox 9120 *Genesys Red Supplied by: Univar Ltd 46 Peckover Street Tel: 01274 377000 BRADFORD Fax: 01274 737058 West Yorkshire Emergency No: 01274 377070 BD1 5BD 2. Exposure Symptom Treatment Route Inhalation Irritation of respiratory tract. or if recovery is not rapid or complete seek medical attention. ----------------------------------------------------------------- Immediate treatment/Antidote: Symptomatic treatment. Harmful if swallowed. No. not induce vomiting. If large areas of the skin are damaged or if irritation persists seek medical attention. Contact with acids liberates toxic gas - Sulphur dioxide. Identification of the substance/preparation and company/undertaking. Do tract. No S011 Page 1 of 4 Issue 1 0411 . Depletes oxygen content of water courses. First Aid measures. Composition/information on ingredients. give water to drink. If patient is conscious. If patient feels unwell seek medical attention. Classification Exposure CAS EINECS Sodium Bisulphite 15-40 Xn. Irrigate thoroughly with water for at least 10 minutes.D. Remove contaminated clothing and wash before reuse. Drench the skin with plenty of water.R22-31 7631-90-5 231-548-0 (10-25% SO2) 3.

S.S. transfer to a salvage tank. Hygiene Measures: Always wash thoroughly after handling chemicals. Exposure Controls/personal protection. Eye: Chemical safety goggles. 8. S. Special Equipment for Fire Fighting: Self contained breathing apparatus. Suitable Extinguishers: Use extinguisher suitable to cause of fire. No S011 Page 2 of 4 Issue 1 0411 . Component LTEL (8h TWA) STEL (15 mins) Type 3 Sodium Hydrogen Sulphite 5mg/m OES 3 3 Sulphur Dioxide 2ppm (5. Handling Ventilation: Good general ventilation. Skin: Overalls and boots. Hazardous Combustion Products: Oxides of sulphur.3mg/m ) 5ppm (13mg/m ) OES Protective Measures Respiratory: Type approved RPE for sulphur dioxide mists/vapours if required. otherwise absorb residues and place in suitable labelled containers and hold for waste disposal. earth or other suitable absorbent material. Recommended procedures & equipment: Keep away from acids and oxidizers. Safety Precautions: Wear appropriate PPE . 7. If possible. Storage Temperature range: Ambient Keep away from: See section 10 Suitable storage Media: Polyethylene containers. Clean up Procedure: Bund or absorb material with sand.D. Do Not use mild steel. 6. Handling & Storage. No S011 NAME: Sodium Bisulphite Solution 5.S.D. Fire Fighting measures.See section 8 Environmental Precautions: Prevent entry into drains and water courses. Hand: Rubber or plastic gloves. Accidental Release measures.

sulphur dioxide.D. May cause allergic reactions. Materials to avoid: Oxidizing agents. Physical & Chemical Properties. especially on prolonged contact. 10. 11. LD50 2 g/Kg (100% NaHSO3) oral-rat 12.S. Conditions to avoid: Heating can release hazardous gases. pH 4. Environmental Effects: Mobility: Soluble in water.5 (neat) Boiling point/range Decomposes on heating.S. Effects: Irritating to eyes. skin and mucous membranes.S.D. No S011 NAME: Sodium Bisulphite Solution 9.5 . Ecological Information. Aquatic Toxicity: Depletes oxygen levels in water courses. Toxicological Information. Stability: Stable in normal conditions. Appearance Yellow solution. No S011 Page 3 of 4 Issue 1 0411 . Hazardous decomposition products: Oxides of sulphur. Flammability Not flammable in normal conditions. Odour pungent. Relative density 1.1 . Oxidizing Properties Reducing agent. Degradability: Degrades to form sulphates.1.4 Solubility in water Complete. S. Stability & Reactivity.

If swallowed seek medical advice immediately and show this container or label. Container: As substance. Used containers must not be cut up or punctured until completely purged of product residues.S. It is given in good faith. No S011 NAME: Sodium Bisulphite Solution 13. E. Legal Disclaimer: The above information is based on the present state of our knowledge of the product at the time of publication. Other Information. 27°(c) Primary Hazard Corrosive Packing Group III Emergency Action Code 2 X HI Number 80 15.46 Keep out of the reach of children. Dated: July 2003 S. Revision No 8 Dated: February 2005 Replaces S. The user must satisfy himself that the product is entirely suitable for his purpose. Avoid contact with eyes. no warranty is implied with respect to the quality or the specification of the product.31 Harmful if swallowed.D. UN Number 2693 Class. Transport Information. 16. Disposal considerations. The information contained in this data sheet does not constitute an assessment of workplace risks. Item No. No 231-548-0 Use of this material may be governed by the following regulations:- Users are advised to consult these regulations for further information. This material is usually used for: It must not be used for: Further details may be available upon request from your local Univar Ltd distribution site.D. No S011 Page 4 of 4 Issue 1 0411 .S. Contact with acids liberates toxic gas. CHIP Label Name Sodium Bisulphite solution …% Symbols Harmful Risk Phrases 22 . Regulatory Information.D. 8.25 .S.C. Substance: Via an authorized waste disposal contractor to an approved waste disposal site. 14. Safety Phrases 2 . Supply label details Ref.S. observing all local and national regulations.

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SECTION 7 .2.1 Peak Loading Considerations: Hamworthy Document R62733 Page 7-13 Issue 1 0411 .DOCUMENTS AND DRAWINGS 7.

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ENGLAND SEWAGE TREATMENT SHEET 1 SHEETS 2 PLANTS © COPYRIGHT & DESIGN RIGHT 2002 HAMWORTHY ENGINEERING LIMITED .doc PC Print: 20/10/09 14:19 The Reason for Peak Load Limitations The ST-C sewage treatment unit is designed to be able to treat a specified sewage flowrate and biological sewage loading. - DATE 1/07/08 06/07/09 INITIALS ART KWC CHECKED KWC WC APPROVED/DATE TMD 01/07/08 Form: T0104103 Issue 1 0411 . Settling and Disinfection tank. ISSUE 1 2 ECN . depending on the feed pump chosen: The pump can be controlled with a low level switch. Collection / Buffer Tank In order to mitigate the problems of peak flows.38 (11) states typical values. This allows the peak flows to be buffered. BH17 0JT. There must be a 3-hour recovery period after any peak loading to allow the hydraulic retention and settling process to recover. complying with the IMO MEPC 159(55) resolution. the pump must be protected from blockages by a suitable macerating device. these flowrates may be exceeded which will affect the operation of the unit. For ALL ships:  70 litres per person in a 24 hr day for gravity collected Blackwater. allowing sewage to be pumped into the STP at an allowable rate. Flow Estimation When estimating flows into the sewage treatment unit. still ensuring the peak flow load is not exceeded. Allowable Peak Loads Allowable peak flows into the STP are detailed in Table 1. These are as follows: 1.  25 litres per person in a 24 hr day for vacuum collected Blackwater. Hamworthy plc PEAK LOADING R62733 Water Systems Ltd CONSIDERATIONS FOR POOLE.ALL RIGHTS RESERVED IT REF: C:\Lotus\Notes\Data\dominodoc\temp\view\JSTT-7WZHLA. via a dedicated feed pump into the STP at controlled flowrates. when available. A biological peak loading can also be considered which is limited by the aeration capability of the unit. In each case. at certain peak times. a timer along with the low level switch can be used to allow the pump to run for set periods. However. Alternatively. Limits must be applied to ensure that the retention times calculated for the unit are not compromised to such an extent that the treatment process is adversely affected. The selection of the pump is critical and must be sized to ensure the correct flow to the unit is achieved and excessive starting of the pump does not occur. The volume above the low level switch provides buffering capability. This enables the sewage to be treated and discharged. IMO MEPC. if a larger pump capacity is chosen. again ensuring the flowrate is within the allowable limits. This design flowrate allows the liquid to have a specific retention time in the Aeration. Low and high level switches can be used to batch appropriate flows into the STP. Alternative control using pressure transducers can also be utilised. a buffer tank can be used to collect the sewage and feed it. This allowable peak flowrate is based on a 1-hour duration. The feed pump can be controlled in various ways.

070 ST60 105.42 6 0.30 150 1. ENGLAND SEWAGE TREATMENT SHEET 2 SHEETS 2 PLANTS © COPYRIGHT & DESIGN RIGHT 2002 HAMWORTHY ENGINEERING LIMITED .485 ST40 63.078 ST4A 6.70 190 2. 1hr Max.485 ST20 27.00 See note 1 0.383 ST30 48. Max 1 hr & average flow conditions still apply. level switches. Hamworthy plc PEAK LOADING R62733 Water Systems Ltd CONSIDERATIONS FOR POOLE.547 RT40 5.124 ST10 14. Load (litres/min.383 ST15 22. macerator etc are not HWS Default Supply) Table 1 Peak Loading Limits for ST-C Model Max. 3.75 6 0.10 10 0.617 Notes: 1. All flows added directly to the aeration tank must be considered when assessing maximum feeding conditions.22 66 1. BH17 0JT.47 15 0.135 RT20 2.159 ST2A 3.95 66 1. 2.57 380 5. ISSUE 1 2 ECN .62 200 1.825 ST50 103. Where other flows go direct to the aeration compartment the ‘Max Instant Feed’ batch size must be reduced proportionally. 1hr Max.075 ST8 12.) (litres) (kg/hr) (litres/min. Not suitable.67 103 1. - DATE 1/07/08 06/07/09 INITIALS ART KWC CHECKED KWC WC APPROVED/DATE TMD 01/07/08 Form: T0104103 Issue 1 0411 .617 RT80 11.00 35 0.ALL RIGHTS RESERVED IT REF: C:\Lotus\Notes\Data\dominodoc\temp\view\JSTT-7WZHLA.547 RT60 8.) (litres) (kg/hr) ST0(A) 1. (Buffer Tank.070 ST1A 1.doc PC Print: 20/10/09 14:19 The size of this buffer tank must consider the expected sewage production peaks from all sources.747 ST6A 11.35 16 0.549 ST3A 5.57 41 0.65 See note 1 0.28 300 2. Max. and the allowable flow in the STP to avoid overflows from the system. Max. Load Flow Vol. 1hr Model Max.253 ST13 22.07 140 1. pump. 1hr Peak Instant Peak Peak Instant Peak Hydraulic Feed Biological Hydraulic Feed Biological note 2 note 2& 3 note 2 note 2 note 2& 3 note 2 Flow Vol.00 400 5.90 220 2.825 ST25 39. NB the Max Instant feed value listed is only applicable where all flow to aeration compartment is included in the batch.

SECTION 7 .2 Grey Water Streams Suitable for ST-C Sewage Treatment: Hamworthy Document R62742 Page 7-15 Issue 1 0411 .DOCUMENTS AND DRAWINGS 7.2.

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Average BOD < 600 mg/l. once mixed with black water. temperature < 40 degC . Grey water treatment cannot be accomplished via a sewage treatment plant that is not correctly selected for that purpose. loading. 2 Grey water streams. FOG shall not exceed 100 mg/l. Treating only black water reduces the capital and operational costs.2 Typical laundry grey water is not acceptable for treatment. Therefore. HAMWORTHY WATER SYSTEMS LIMITED Grey Water Streams Suitable R62742 Waste Treatment Systems for ST-C Sewage Treatment SHEET 1 OF 2 POOLE. the following assumptions apply: Grey water Unit Ro-ro Ro-ro Cargo Peak passenger ships passenger ships ships factor designed for designed for day night voyages voyages Accommodation L/person/day 150 50 100 3 Galley L/person/day 30 30 40 3 (Laundry-note 6. 3 Grey water typically contains contaminants that can not be reduced by a disinfecting process alone. food presses or similar devices. the following qualifications apply: 6. and all other grey water connections that lead to the treatment plants. 6. treated or untreated. 6.4 Grey water can be used in place of dilution water to condition the black water. grey water must be subject to the same treatment process as for black water.6 The mixed black and grey water feed into the ST-C units shall have the following characteristics: . 1 Grey water need not be treated according to IMO MARPOL Annex IV. and the peak factors. ECN/ISSUE -/1 2 DATE 13/08/08 23/03/2009 INITIALS KWC KWC CHECKED ART WC APPROVED/DATE WC 23/03/09 Issue 1 0411 . 6. DORSET BH17 0JT UK © COPYRIGHT 2005 HAMWORTHY . No waste food or cooking oil is allowed into the sewage plant. and the managerial and operational practices on board. from pulverisers. oil and grease (FOG) concentration to less than 100mg/l.2) L/person/day (20) (20) (40) (3) 6 In addition. Leading grey water to only part of a MEPC159(55)-certified treatment plant will cause non-compliant performance and may be deemed as a violation to the appropriate Rules. have to be managed as black water according to IMO MARPOL Annex IV.ALL RIGHTS RESERVED The document serves as an operational guidance. equipment specifications and conditions. and simplifies the managerial procedures. 6.3 Low foaming and biodegradable cleaning products should be used on board. Hamworthy designs the grey water treatment capacity against the specifications provided by our clients. No piping connection to ST-C shall be made directly or indirectly. and a design basis for grey water treatment in ST-C units. Strainers with 6mm holes or less shall be provided for shower cubicles. including flow. 5 Grey (& black) water characteristics vary greatly due to the system configurations. In absence of such information. . 4 Grey water flow rate is typically many times the black water flow. galley sinks.5 It is preferable to mix the black and grey water in a collection tank to balance out the flow and concentration fluctuations.ALL RIGHTS RESERVED DESIGN RIGHT 2005 HAMWORTHY . Total available chlorine < 1 mg/l.1 Galley grey water can be acceptable for treatment after it is pre-treated by a grease trap to achieve fat. and Average COD < 1. . 6.500 mg/l.

ALL RIGHTS RESERVED ECN/ISSUE -/1 2 DATE 13/08/08 23/03/2009 INITIALS KWC KWC CHECKED ART WC APPROVED/DATE WC 23/03/09 Issue 1 0411 .ALL RIGHTS RESERVED DESIGN RIGHT 2005 HAMWORTHY . HAMWORTHY WATER SYSTEMS LIMITED Grey Water Streams Suitable R62742 Waste Treatment Systems for ST-C Sewage Treatment SHEET 2 OF 2 POOLE. DORSET BH17 0JT UK © COPYRIGHT 2005 HAMWORTHY .

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ST60-C Water Systems Ltd Fleets Bridge. England INSTALLATION SHEET 1 OF 9 COPYRIGHT & DESIGN RIGHT HAMWORTHY WATER SYSTEMS LTD. Poole. 21 FIGURE 1A 27 18 26 4 16 15 25 6 24 5 14 18 14 24 29B 13 29B 12 17 28 29A 9 8 ECN No. ORIGINAL N/A N/A ISSUE 1 2 3 DRAWN WJD / MLS MLS MLS CHECK'D TMD / IJB IJB ART APPR'D SGCJ SGCJ IJB DATE 29/7/08 28/8/08 30/9/09 Issue 1 0411 . Hamworthy TYPICAL SUPER TRIDENT T0406028A ST8-C . Dorset SEWAGE TREATMENT PLANT BH17 0JT. ALL OTHER RIGHTS RESERVED.

ALL OTHER RIGHTS RESERVED. Dorset SEWAGE TREATMENT PLANT BH17 0JT. Poole. Hamworthy TYPICAL SUPER TRIDENT T0406028A ST8-C . England INSTALLATION SHEET 2 OF 9 COPYRIGHT & DESIGN RIGHT HAMWORTHY WATER SYSTEMS LTD. ↓ FROM SHIP's WASTE DRAINS 22 1 FIGURE 1B BY-PASS OVER-BOARD DISCHARGE LINE MUST BE FITTED ON BLACK AND GREY WATER LINES AS INDICATED ↓ SEA 23 TO SEWAGE TREATMENT PLANT 19 20 FIGURE 1C 7 10 2 4A 3 4B 11 1 4 ECN No.ST60-C Water Systems Ltd Fleets Bridge. ORIGINAL N/A N/A ISSUE 1 2 3 DRAWN WJD / MLS MLS MLS CHECK'D TMD / IJB IJB ART APPR'D SGCJ SGCJ IJB DATE 29/7/08 28/8/08 30/9/09 Issue 1 0411 .

Contact tank inspection hatch 19. Emergency overflow connection (treated waste) 6. Vent to funnel or mast 22. Discharge pump . Dilution water inlet (only required for vacuum collected waste) 27. De-chlorination pump 4. Dosing skid (chlorine (4A) & de-chlorination (4B) chemical containers and bunds) 5. Poole. Chlorination pump 3. Aeration tank sample point 18. Discharge pump . Discharge pressure gauge 26.not harbour water) 12. ALL OTHER RIGHTS RESERVED. Emergency air inlet connection (if single blower fitted) 8. Black water (raw sewage and urinals) inlet 20. De-chlorination feed 29A.standby (if fitted) 14. ORIGINAL N/A N/A ISSUE 1 2 3 DRAWN WJD / MLS MLS MLS CHECK'D TMD / IJB IJB ART APPR'D SGCJ SGCJ IJB DATE 29/7/08 28/8/08 30/9/09 Issue 1 0411 . Returned activated sludge sample point 17. Returned activated sludge airflow meter 16. Hamworthy TYPICAL SUPER TRIDENT T0406028A ST8-C . Final effluent sample point. England INSTALLATION SHEET 3 OF 9 COPYRIGHT & DESIGN RIGHT HAMWORTHY WATER SYSTEMS LTD. Key to Typical Installation Diagram (Figures 1A-1C ) 1. Chlorination feed 28. Overboard discharge (installer to comply with appropriate regulations) 15. Level control switch for contact tank 7. Discharge flow control valve 25. Storm valve * 24. Seawater supply for initial filling and cleaning (use clean seawater or fresh water . and pressure gauge * Items marked thus are not Hamworthy Water Systems Ltd supply ECN No. Control panel for sewage treatment tank 11. Contact tank sample point 29B.duty 13.ST60-C Water Systems Ltd Fleets Bridge. Branch above maximum waterline (prevents system back-up) 23. Dorset SEWAGE TREATMENT PLANT BH17 0JT. Isolating valves * 2.standby (if fitted) 10. Hospital / Galley waste inlet 21.duty 9. Rotary air blower . Rotary air blower .

The unit should be installed in a position where it is as level as possible when the vessel is in its normal trim state. Access to the following items must be arranged:- a) Electrical control panel – switches are mounted on the outside of the door. GENERAL The following should be read in conjunction with the appropriate general arrangement drawing and installation wiring diagram for the contract and typical sectional arrangement shown in the installation. Alternatively the base plate may be welded to the support structure. Poole. the door opening dimension is marked on the general arrangement drawing. b) Chlorination and de-chlorination dosing tanks. etc. Bolt holes are provided in the base plate of the unit for fixing. ECN No.ST60-C Water Systems Ltd Fleets Bridge. It is recommended that the unit is installed in a fore and aft direction to minimise the effects of vessel rolling. cleaning. but DO NOT weld to the tank sides or bottom as the internal protective coating will be destroyed. The incoming electrical control terminals are clearly marked in the control panel. ALL OTHER RIGHTS RESERVED. Hamworthy TYPICAL SUPER TRIDENT T0406028A ST8-C . c) Valves that are regularly used for desludging. England INSTALLATION SHEET 4 OF 9 COPYRIGHT & DESIGN RIGHT HAMWORTHY WATER SYSTEMS LTD. d) Access covers in the top and sides of the unit. Dorset SEWAGE TREATMENT PLANT BH17 0JT. ORIGINAL N/A N/A ISSUE 1 2 3 DRAWN WJD / MLS MLS MLS CHECK'D TMD / IJB IJB ART APPR'D SGCJ SGCJ IJB DATE 29/7/08 28/8/08 30/9/09 Issue 1 0411 . The maximum angle of roll at which the unit will continue to function is 22½° either side of the vertical. operation and maintenance manual. All electrical work should only be carried out by qualified personnel. The holding down bolt dimensions are shown on the general arrangement drawing.

2. If it is required to combine the grey water waste mains and the soil main. England INSTALLATION SHEET 5 OF 9 COPYRIGHT & DESIGN RIGHT HAMWORTHY WATER SYSTEMS LTD. BLACK WATER DRAINS These are for handling the waste from toilets. Non return valves or valves that could cause a flow restriction should not be fitted. Ensure that peak flows and periods do not exceed the peak handling capability of the sewage treatment plant. for other manufacturer’s systems please refer to suppliers instructions. Poole. ECN No. On gravity collection systems a macerator is recommended where larger material is likely to be present. Hamworthy must be advised at an early stage as the size of the unit will be affected. BLACK WATER GRAVITY PIPELINE FALLS (SLOPE) This should be a minimum of 10 mm per 300 mm run in the direction of flow after allowing for the worst trim conditions. particularly on passenger vessels and ferries. For Hamworthy vacuum systems please consult Hamworthy for the relevant documentation. To facilitate maintenance an overboard bypass line must be fitted. urinals and all hospital waste water as required by health codes. ORIGINAL N/A N/A ISSUE 1 2 3 DRAWN WJD / MLS MLS MLS CHECK'D TMD / IJB IJB ART APPR'D SGCJ SGCJ IJB DATE 29/7/08 28/8/08 30/9/09 Issue 1 0411 . Consult Hamworthy if hospital waste is expected to be an exceptionally large volume or any other waste is to be designated as “black”. Dorset SEWAGE TREATMENT PLANT BH17 0JT. Hamworthy can supply a transfer station if the final soil pipe position is below the sewage treatment plant. PIPE CONNECTIONS REQUIRED 1. Hamworthy TYPICAL SUPER TRIDENT T0406028A ST8-C . Ensure that all facilities connected directly or indirectly to the sewage treatment plant inlet have adequate water traps fitted or other means to prevent any venting back flow from the system into living areas. ALL OTHER RIGHTS RESERVED.ST60-C Water Systems Ltd Fleets Bridge.

GALLEY WASTE This should be handled in accordance with IMO requirements. ORIGINAL N/A N/A ISSUE 1 2 3 DRAWN WJD / MLS MLS MLS CHECK'D TMD / IJB IJB ART APPR'D SGCJ SGCJ IJB DATE 29/7/08 28/8/08 30/9/09 Issue 1 0411 . 5. England INSTALLATION SHEET 6 OF 9 COPYRIGHT & DESIGN RIGHT HAMWORTHY WATER SYSTEMS LTD. If it is required to treat grey water waste in the sewage treatment plant then Hamworthy must be consulted as the size of the unit will be affected. LAUNDRY WASTE Laundry waste can contain biologically inhibiting materials. Hamworthy TYPICAL SUPER TRIDENT T0406028A ST8-C . If the unit has been sized to allow grey water to enter the aeration tank then the waste should pass through a degreasing unit and solids should not be present. This can be supplied by Hamworthy. GREY WATER WASTE DRAINS This should be discharged directly overboard in accordance with IMO Regulations. The degreasing unit should be installed as close to the source as possible to protect piping from blockages. 3. Dorset SEWAGE TREATMENT PLANT BH17 0JT. ALL OTHER RIGHTS RESERVED. To facilitate maintenance an overboard bypass line must be fitted. If it is intended to connect it into the sewage treatment plant Hamworthy must be consulted as the size of the unit will be affected and a grease trap must be fitted. Poole. it is normally led directly overboard via a 25 mm screen. Ensure that all facilities connected directly or indirectly to the sewage treatment plant inlets have adequate water traps fitted or other means to prevent any venting back flow from the system into living areas. Any grey water entering the sewage treatment plant must be subject to chemical control to ensure that only biologically friendly and low foaming chemicals are used.ST60-C Water Systems Ltd Fleets Bridge. Consideration should also be given to installing anti-foam dosing equipment. ECN No. Grey water waste must be piped separately from the black water soil main. high solids and foam inducing detergents and is also likely to have high peak flows and MUST NOT be connected to ANY sewage treatment plant inlet. 4.

This has no odour.ST60-C Water Systems Ltd Fleets Bridge.5 m above the maximum sea water level to ensure that the discharge non return valves can be lifted and flow take place. It is important that no liquid pockets can form in the vent to restrict the free run of the gases. This is especially important should any hazardous gases be generated from an incorrectly maintained or operated system. 7. ECN No. 6. ORIGINAL N/A N/A ISSUE 1 2 3 DRAWN WJD / MLS MLS MLS CHECK'D TMD / IJB IJB ART APPR'D SGCJ SGCJ IJB DATE 29/7/08 28/8/08 30/9/09 Issue 1 0411 . Ensure that the water traps on all facilities on any drains connected to the sewage treatment plant inlets are of an adequate depth to isolate the living areas from any vent gases. Dorset SEWAGE TREATMENT PLANT BH17 0JT. If liquid pockets are unavoidable then an automatic drain connection must be fitted and included in the maintenance schedule. Hamworthy TYPICAL SUPER TRIDENT T0406028A ST8-C . then it should be connected to the bilge via a minimum water trap of 300 mm to prevent venting into the compartment. however if required by local regulations they must be generously sized to meet the vent requirements between maintenance periods. VENT Do not connect other system vents to the sewage treatment plant vent. non-flammable and is released to atmosphere with saturated excess air that is not used in the stabilisation process. If the emergency overflow connection is below the maximum water level. A separate guide for vent pipes is available from Hamworthy. is non-toxic. EMERGENCY OVERFLOW FROM CONTACT TANK If this is piped directly overboard then the connection must be at least 1. ALL OTHER RIGHTS RESERVED. Carbon dioxide is formed during the aerobic process of waste treatment. Although best avoided. Consideration must be given to worst trim and vent pressure conditions. Poole. Flame traps or spark arresters are not necessary. a suitably specified vent fan can be used for difficult pipe arrangements that would give more than 15 mm water gauge back pressure. If the available level is less than this a back-up will occur in the system until the required head is available. England INSTALLATION SHEET 7 OF 9 COPYRIGHT & DESIGN RIGHT HAMWORTHY WATER SYSTEMS LTD.

LOW FLUSH SEWAGE DELIVERY SYSTEMS (e. 12. VACUUM) The concentrated black water soil from this type of system must be conditioned to facilitate the biological treatment. This may involve the fitting of suitable ship side valves and/or the running a siphon prevention loop (similar to that described in item 8) above the maximum sea water level. Conditioning should be with clean water. ASIATIC TYPE CONSTANT FLUSH TOILETS These will affect the size of the unit and Hamworthy should be consulted. This can be supplied by Hamworthy.g. DUAL PUMP SET This can be supplied to give a mounted standby pump. ORIGINAL N/A N/A ISSUE 1 2 3 DRAWN WJD / MLS MLS MLS CHECK'D TMD / IJB IJB ART APPR'D SGCJ SGCJ IJB DATE 29/7/08 28/8/08 30/9/09 Issue 1 0411 . Poole. 11. 9. Hamworthy TYPICAL SUPER TRIDENT T0406028A ST8-C .BACK FLOW PREVENTION If the sewage treatment tank is below the maximum sea water level then appropriate ship building regulations must be complied with.SIPHON PREVENTION If the top of the sewage treatment tank is above the minimum sea water level then the pump discharge pipeline must be looped above the top of the tank and a connection taken from the top of the loop to a point in the air vent above the discharge head of the pump. England INSTALLATION SHEET 8 OF 9 COPYRIGHT & DESIGN RIGHT HAMWORTHY WATER SYSTEMS LTD. DISCHARGE OVERBOARD . Any grey water entering the sewage treatment plant must be subject to chemical control to ensure that only biologically friendly and low foaming chemicals are used. ALL OTHER RIGHTS RESERVED. 8. Dorset SEWAGE TREATMENT PLANT BH17 0JT. Consideration should also be given to installing anti-foam dosing equipment. Consult Hamworthy for the recommended flow rate of water to be added.ST60-C Water Systems Ltd Fleets Bridge. Conditioning water should be fed to the aeration tank at a constant rate to prevent shock loading. but it may be possible to use grey water subject to foam producing chemical control foam inducing detergents and/or use of anti-foam dosing equipment. INSTALLATION OPTIONS 10. DISCHARGE OVERBOARD . ECN No.

14. ALL OTHER RIGHTS RESERVED. condensate and particles. England INSTALLATION SHEET 9 OF 9 COPYRIGHT & DESIGN RIGHT HAMWORTHY WATER SYSTEMS LTD. Hamworthy TYPICAL SUPER TRIDENT T0406028A ST8-C . To avoid contamination of the process and clogging of the air diffuser elements the air supply must be free of oil. 13. ECN No. ORIGINAL N/A N/A ISSUE 1 2 3 DRAWN WJD / MLS MLS MLS CHECK'D TMD / IJB IJB ART APPR'D SGCJ SGCJ IJB DATE 29/7/08 28/8/08 30/9/09 Issue 1 0411 .ST60-C Water Systems Ltd Fleets Bridge. ULTRA-VIOLET (UV) DISINFECTION An optional UV unit can be supplied where any chlorinated/dechlorinated discharge is unacceptable or not preferred by the ship owner. Poole. EMERGENCY AIR SUPPLY Please refer to the sewage treatment plant manual technical data section or contract specific data for maximum and minimum air flow required for any particular model of sewage treatment plant.This equipment can be supplied to meet the requirements of the Environment of Canada Great Lakes Regulations. NOTE:. Dorset SEWAGE TREATMENT PLANT BH17 0JT.

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All waste water inlets.09 INITIALS ART ART ART CHECKED KWC KWC KWC APPROVED & DATE TMD 2/07/08 Issue 1 0411 . This is particularly the case with vacuum sewage collection systems.e. The total system backpressure should typically not be above 15mm water gauge. 7353#### 7361####. also creating surges as each W. 4. DORSET BH17 0JT UK © ALL RIGHTS RESERVED Sewage Treatment Plant 7343####. Ensure that the vent pipe continuously rises from the Sewage Treatment Plant to the vent discharge point so that condensate can drain back to the sewage treatment plant and that listing of vessel is taken into account. Water Closets (W.) 3.). (Allow for potential peak flushing rates by increasing the air flow rate from the sewage treatment plant according to the number of vacuum producing units venting into the sewage treatment plant & their air pumping capacity. 8. Where this is not practicable. 1 2 ECN . When coupling into any other vent pipe-work cannot be avoided or when fitting a vacuum sewage collection system to the sewage treatment plant.03. HAMWORTHY KSE Vent System Design Marine & Offshore Recommendations R62734 Waste Technology Systems SHEET 1 SHEETS 2 for use with Hamworthy USED WITH: POOLE. etc connected to the sewage treatment plant or it’s feed pipe-work must have a device fitted to prevent venting from the plant into compartments e. Make the connection so as to avoid liquid transfer from the large vent to the small vent. this should ideally be run separately from the larger aeration vent pipe all the way to the vent point. A good design will eliminate or reduce the need for additional equipment.09 01. which will increase the air flow rate from the sewage treatment plant. 6. (i. 7389####. which could increase maintenance times to ensure the required backpressure is achieved.) ISSUE No. 7. Reduce the need for flame traps . where possible. flush will induce approximately 60 litres of air in 3-4 seconds. Bends should be long radius type. The vent pipe run should be to the funnel or mast using the minimum number of bends. g. - DATE 2/07/08 10. fans etc) General rules can be applied to the vent design for Hamworthy Sewage Treatment Units as follows: 1. its effect must be taken into account on the overall vent pressure drop.C. 5.doc Printed: 20/10/09 14:15 Good vent design and vent routing will ensure system backpressure is kept to a minimum and reduces the chance of condensation problems and gas or odours escaping into the accommodation or machinery spaces. The typical surge from a toilet flush will induce approximately 60 litres of air in 3-4 seconds. water seal of at least 30mm greater depth than the vent back pressure. urinals. Coupling into other vent systems is discouraged. (See table 1 for expected air flowrates for typical Sewage treatment systems) 2. Listing etc of vessel is to be taken into account. connect to a point in the larger vent as far above the sewage plant as possible (minimum 2 metres). 7438#### IT REF: C:\Lotus\Notes\Data\dominodoc\temp\view\JSTT-7WZHHY. C. The sewage treatment plant overflow and any other connection to the system terminating within the vessel should be fitted with a similar device.06. Facilities to enable draining of the vent pipe should be added where unavoidable water traps could occur in the vent line. (Allow for potential peak flushing rates by increasing the air flow rate from the sewage treatment plant according to the number of vacuum producing units venting into the sewage treatment plant & their air pumping capacity. where a smaller separate balancing vent pipe is provided for the settling & disinfecting compartments. filters . On the larger STP units.

7389####.03. In the last resort. The following air flows can be considered when calculating the required vent diameter: UNIT SIZE MAXIMUM TYPICAL VENT DESIGN VENT FLANGE MINIMUM VENT(A) NUMBER OF AIR FLOW (m3/h) CONNECTION DIAMETER (mm) NOMINAL ST-C RT-C SEPARATE VACUUM VACUUM DIRECT VACUUM DIAMETER VACUUM COLLECTION ST-V RT-V EJECTORS GRAVITY SYSTEM (mm) COLLECTION ON TANK TANK OR FITTED FEED FITTED DIRECT GRAVITY FEED 0 1 6 80 50 80 1A 1 9 29 80 50 80 2A 20 2 20 60 80 50 80 3A 2 32 72 80 50 80 4A 40 2 32 72 80 50 80 6A 60 2 50 90 80 50 80 80 2 50 90 100 80 100 8 2 58 98 100 80 100 10 2 68 108 100 80 100 13 2 89 129 100 80 100 15 2 125 165 100 80 100 20 3 190 250 125 100 125 25 3 190 250 150 100 150 30 3 300 360 150 100 150 40 3 300 360 150 150 150 50 3 500 560 250 225 250 60 3 500 560 250 225 250 (A) The vent diameter should be sized to allow a maximum pressure drop of 15mm wg with the typical air flows quoted against gravity and vacuum systems. where system back-pressures cannot meet the required limits.doc Printed: 20/10/09 14:15 9.09 01.09 INITIALS ART ART ART CHECKED KWC KWC KWC APPROVED & DATE TMD 2/07/08 Issue 1 0411 . DORSET BH17 0JT UK © ALL RIGHTS RESERVED Sewage Treatment Plant 7343####. 7438#### IT REF: C:\Lotus\Notes\Data\dominodoc\temp\view\JSTT-7WZHHY. 1 2 ECN . contact Hamworthy to discuss potential vent fan options. 10 Flame traps are not normally required (check specified rules) in or at the end of the vent. 7353#### 7361####. but if fitted. If fitted they should be sized to not increase the overall pressure drop above the required limit when dirty and should be regularly maintained. Where choice of vent discharge location is restricted to sensitive areas & odour extraction filters are required contact Hamworthy to discuss potential vent filter options. 11. - DATE 2/07/08 10. HAMWORTHY KSE Vent System Design Marine & Offshore Recommendations R62734 Waste Technology Systems SHEET 2 SHEETS 2 for use with Hamworthy USED WITH: POOLE. 12. should be sized so as not to increase the overall pressure drop above the required limit when dirty and should be regularly maintained.06. ISSUE No.

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WITHOUT HAMWORTHY WATER SYSTEMS LTD CONSENT. UNTOLERANCED DIMENSIONS TO T0103003/006.O. 1 SETTLEMENT COMPARTMENT SEWAGE INLET TO SHIP'S VENT OUTLET DEVICE WITH WEIR CHLORINATION STCXX-00006 FIRST ANG LE PROJECTIO N MAT'L SPEC. PATT. VISUAL INSPECTION OF FUSION WELDED JOINTS TO HKSES QP09 PT2.' Issue 1 0411 SHT. ABBREVIATIONS AND SYMBOLS TO BS 8888. THIS DOCUMENT AND THE INFORMATION WITHIN IT IS CONFIDENTIAL TO HAMWORTHY WATER SYSTEMS LTD AND MAY NOT BE DISCLOSED TO ANY THIRD PARTY WITHOUT THE PRIOR WRITTEN CONSENT OF HAMWORTHY WATER SYSTEMS LTD. HAMWORTHY WATER SYSTEMS LTD A3 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100 Copyright and All Other Rights Reserved . SETTLEMENT 04.08 COARSE SCREEN DATE ART HIGH LEVEL CH. REMOVE UNNECESSARY SHARP EDGES./L. WELD PREPARATIONS TO T0416000. 1 SHTS. WELDING TERMS AND SYMBOLS TO BS 22553.O. AND MAY NOT BE REPRODUCED IN ANY FORM OR BY ANY MEANS.P. SIGN. AERATION FLOAT SWITCH 1:10 ( PUMP START ) WJD G. AERATION DRN. IN PART OR WHOLE. SCALE DATE SETTLED SLUDGE LOW LEVEL FLOAT SWITCH E CH NO. PART NO. NO. ALL COPYRIGHT AND DESIGN RIGHT SUBSISTING IN THIS DOCUMENT IS THE PROPERTY OF HAMWORTHY WATER SYSTEMS LTD.12. ISS 1 RETURNED BLOWER ACTIVATED SLUDGE CONTROL PANEL ST-C SERIES HAMWORTHY WATER SYSTEMS LTD EMERGENCY OVERFLOW PROCESS DIAGRAM HIGH LEVEL ILB ALARM SWITCH APP. ( PUMP STOP ) AERATION CONTACT AERATION COMPARTMENT ALTERATIONS DIFFUSER SLUDGE RETURN DECHLORINATION DISCHARGE PUMP 1 ISS CROSS REFERENCE DIMENSIONS ARE MILLIMETRES UNLESS OTHERWISE STATED.

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ALL RIGHTS RESERVED Date Time Blower Settling Biomass Biomass Desludge Comments Pressure ML Colour Smell DD/MM/YY (Bar) (%) (1. #3 ML foul smell.ALL RIGHTS RESERVED DESIGN RIGHT 2005 HAMWORTHY . HAMWORTHY WATER SYSTEMS LIMITED R62741 Waste Treatment Systems ST-C Daily Log Sheet SHEET 1 OF 1 POOLE.3) (1. DORSET BH17 0JT UK © COPYRIGHT 2005 HAMWORTHY .2. # ML grey.3) (Yes/No) Colour Colour Smell Settling Decision Description ☺ Mixed liquor (ML) ☺1 Mixed liquor (ML) ☺1 <30% Good light-brown earthy smell " ML dark-brown "2 ML slight sulphide ☺2 >30-<60% OK smell.2. #3 >60% Desludge dark-grey or black ECN/ISSUE 1 DATE 13/08/08 INITIALS KWC CHECKED ART APPROVED/DATE WC 13/08/08 Issue 1 0411 .

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SHT2 1 STC10 STC P&I D 1 ES14323 1 C.D. PUMP CURVE. 1 STC10-0D-813. IMPELLER116 1 R62693 1 CHECK VALVE ASS. 1 CUSTOMER : Wartsila Pumps Pte Ltd G. 1 73478000 3 PUMP TOOL 1 STCXX-4950221 1 CABLE TAGS MARK .WARTSILA WATER SYSTEMS LTD CONTRACT DRAWING RECORD SHEET SHT NO.A. 1 ES14324 3 I.W.O.D 1 ES14275 1 LEGEND PLATE 1 T0406028D 3 PLANT INSTALLATION 1 R62734 4 VENT DETAILS 1 R62733 4 PEAK LOADING T0202199.05.SETS : DATE 17.13 ITEM DRAWING NUMBER ISSUE DESCRIPTION TECHNICAL DATA SHEET 1 STC10-0D-813. 1 1 SHT2 60HZ.B50*50HC.97940 APPROVAL WORKING FINAL NO.SHT1 1 STC10 STC G.

Conductor to be stranded tinned annealed copper wire to IEC60228. EPR insulation to IEC60092-351 with mica/glass tape fire resisting layer.5 bar Motor : 3. IEC frame AERATION BLOWER Quantity : Two Type : Rotary Vane Capacity : 68m³/hr @ 0. Nylon IP washers to be used throughout. SHF2 black outer sheath to IEC60092-359. blower running.  Cable to be run in stainless steel cable tray as far as practical. Filling/Cleaning – 50mm ELECTRICAL SUPPLY : 480 volts. . DISCHARGE PUMP Quantity : Two Type : B50x50HC Centrifugal. stainless steel case. Flame retardant to IEC60332-1 and IEC60332 Cat. Fire resistant to IEC60331- 21. System Healthy Monitoring of remote volt free contacts : Emergency stop Cable glands for yard power/alarm cables : No INSTRUMENTATION / FITTINGS 1 x Blower air pressure gauge. open blade impeller for solids handling Material : Bronze casing.159(55) SEWAGE TREATMENT PLANT SELECTION / DATA Model : ST10-C Process : Biological / Activated Sludge Certified Flow : 15810 Litres/day Certified BOD Load : 10. pump running (green). Overflow – 50mm. class F insulation. pump running.6kW. liquid filled.67 Litres/minute CONSTRUCTION Tank : Welded mild steel Flange standard : BS4504/DIN ND16 Internal Paint System : Two component.13 Kg/day Certified Peak Flow : 14. kPa/bar/kg/cm² triple scale 1 x 3 level float switch for discharge pump control.  PVC coated stainless steel cable ties to be used. IEC frame CHLORINATION DOSING PUMP Quantity : One Type / Container : Solenoid diaphragm / 25 litre HDPE DE-CHLORINATION DOSING PUMP Quantity : One Type / Container : Solenoid diaphragm / 25 litre HDPE CONTROL PANEL Enclosure : IP55 steel. class2. Pump Discharge – 50mm.  Cable glands to be HAWKE 501/453/UNIV in nickel plated brass. terminal box 1 x Air flow meter for calibration of Returned Activated Sludge 1 x Compound gauge assembly complete with 3-way gauge cock fitted to discharge pump suction. ACH power available (amber) Volt free contacts (for remote monitoring) : Blower running. 60 Hz. of People : 120 Waste streams being treated : Black water only Volume of waste water to be treated : 70 Litres/person/day BOD load: 49 g/person/day Collection System : Direct gravity Effluent Quality : IMO MARPOL Annex IV tested to MEPC. Hospital/Black Water Inlet – 150mm. door interlocked isolator Control Circuit Transformer : 220/24vac Lamps : Power available (white). class F insulation. high build epoxy External Paint System : Hamworthy standard enamel. Braid of tinned copper wire. IP54. stove enamel painted grey. Halogen content to IEC60754-1.A. 3 phase. Hamworthy Ref: GO 97940-01 Hull B350 TECHNICAL DATA SHEET – SEWAGE TREATMENT PLANT SELECTION CRITERIA No. bronze impeller Capacity : 8m³/hr @ 18m total head Motor : 4.31. ABS floats.  Level switch and dosing pump terminal box to be IP66 and marked with the IP rating. IP55. Dosing Tank low level alarm (red). Common Alarm.4kW. Vent – 100mm. International Interlac 665 Final Colour : RAL6019 Connection Sizes : Sewage Inlet – 150mm.  Interconnecting cable to be: BFOU/NEK606-P5.

Hamworthy Ref: GO 97940-01 Hull B350 LOOSE SUPPLY 1 x Effluent quality test kit for residual chlorine and measuring cylinder for suspended solids CERTIFICATES Works Test Certificate IMO & MED Type Approval. liquid filled with stainless steel case.  Motors to be suitable for 55°C ambient temperature. ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS  Motors to be provided with 220v anti-condensation heaters.  Motors to be earthed to separate bosses  Two diagonally opposed earth bosses to be provided for yard connection  1 Set mating flanges complete with all Gaskets. Identification must NOT be handwritten .  Pressure gauges to be 100mm diameter. USCG accept IMO type approved plant for non-US flag vessels in US waters. Nuts and Washers  Cables to be have individual tag identification at each end of the cable.  Air filter regulator to be provided for emergency air connection.

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standby (if fitted) 9.not harbour water) 11.08. Discharge flow control valve 23.duty 8A Rotary air blower . Final effluent sample point.11 05/11/12 . ORIGINAL N060168 N060592 ISSUE 1 2 3 DRAWN WJD ART MDM CHECK'D MLS ART ART APPR'D ILB ILB TD DATE 29. England SHEET 3 OF 9 INSTALLATION COPYRIGHT & DESIGN RIGHT HAMWORTHY WATER SYSTEMS LTD. and pressure gauge * Items marked thus are not Hamworthy Water Systems Ltd supply ECN No. Poole. Emergency overflow connection (treated waste) 6. Seawater supply for initial filling and cleaning (use clean seawater or fresh water . Chlorination feed 26. TYPICAL SUPER TRIDENT Hamworthy 2 PUMPS . Discharge pump . Hospital / Galley waste inlet 19. Isolating valves * 2. Key to Typical Installation Diagram (Figures 1A-1C ) 1. Chlorination pump 3. Contact tank sample point 27B. Discharge pump . Rotary air blower .standby (if fitted) 12. Branch above maximum waterline (prevents system back-up) 21. Level control switch for contact tank 7.duty 11A. Dosing skid (chlorine (4A) & de-chlorination (4B) chemical containers and bunds) 5. Aeration tank sample point 16.10. De-chlorination feed 27A. Discharge pressure gauge 24.2 BLOWERS T0406028D ST8-C . Contact tank inspection hatch 17. Vent to funnel or mast 20. Emergency air inlet connection (if single blower fitted) 8. Returned activated sludge airflow meter 14. Dorset BH17 SEWAGE TREATMENT PLANT 0JT. Overboard discharge (installer to comply with appropriate regulations) 13. Control panel for sewage treatment tank 10. Returned activated sludge sample point 15. Storm valve * 22. Black water (raw sewage and urinals) inlet 18. Dilution water inlet (only required for vacuum collected waste) 25.08 25. ALL OTHER RIGHTS RESERVED. De-chlorination pump 4.ST60-C Water Systems Ltd Fleets Bridge.

England INSTALLATION SHEET 4 OF 9 COPYRIGHT & DESIGN RIGHT HAMWORTHY WATER SYSTEMS LTD. Access to the following items must be arranged:- a) Electrical control panel – switches are mounted on the outside of the door. ORIGINAL N060168 N060592 ISSUE 1 2 3 DRAWN WJD ART MDM CHECK'D MLS ART ART APPR'D ILB ILB TD DATE 29.ST60-C Water Systems Ltd Fleets Bridge. All electrical work should only be carried out by qualified personnel. The holding down bolt dimensions are shown on the general arrangement drawing. c) Valves that are regularly used for desludging.08 25. the requirement for shimming maybe necessary during the installation process.2 BLOWERS T0406028D ST8-C . Poole. b) Chlorination and de-chlorination dosing tanks. If the provided bolt holes are not going to be utilised. operation and maintenance manual. etc. Alternatively the Base Angles may be welded to the support structure. It is NOT necessary to fully weld the complete exterior of the base angles to the support structure.08. but DO NOT weld to the tank sides or bottom as the internal protective coating will be destroyed. (NOTE!! – It is important that ALL bolt hole locations are used) Supporting steelwork must span the base on the edges and the centre as shown in Figure 2 on page 9. cleaning.therefore. Dorset BH17 SEWAGE TREATMENT PLANT 0JT. The unit base flatness is within the tolerance levels shown in BS EN ISO 13920 .10. The incoming electrical control terminals are clearly marked in the control panel. Bolt holes are provided in the base plate of the unit for fixing.11 05/11/12 . a weld pattern of a minimum 8mm fillet X 200mm long should be carried out adjacent to each bolt hole location. The maximum angle of roll at which the unit will continue to function is 22½° either side of the vertical.1997 (Table 3 tolerance class F) . the door opening dimension is marked on the general arrangement drawing. All bolt holes MUST be used. GENERAL The following should be read in conjunction with the appropriate general arrangement drawing and installation wiring diagram for the contract and typical sectional arrangement shown in the installation. d) Access covers in the top and sides of the unit. TYPICAL SUPER TRIDENT Hamworthy 2 PUMPS . ECN No. ALL OTHER RIGHTS RESERVED. The unit should be installed in a position where it is as level as possible when the vessel is in its normal trim state. It is recommended that the unit is installed in a fore and aft direction to minimise the effects of vessel rolling.

ALL OTHER RIGHTS RESERVED.10. Hamworthy must be advised at an early stage as the size of the unit will be affected. ORIGINAL N060168 N060592 ISSUE 1 2 3 DRAWN WJD ART MDM CHECK'D MLS ART ART APPR'D ILB ILB TD DATE 29. BLACK WATER GRAVITY PIPELINE FALLS (SLOPE) This should be a minimum of 10 mm per 300 mm run in the direction of flow after allowing for the worst trim conditions. Ensure that peak flows and periods do not exceed the peak handling capability of the sewage treatment plant. Dorset BH17 SEWAGE TREATMENT PLANT 0JT. 2. England SHEET 5 OF 9 INSTALLATION COPYRIGHT & DESIGN RIGHT HAMWORTHY WATER SYSTEMS LTD. Non return valves or valves that could cause a flow restriction should not be fitted. To facilitate maintenance an overboard bypass line must be fitted. Poole. PIPE CONNECTIONS REQUIRED 1. Ensure that all facilities connected directly or indirectly to the sewage treatment plant inlet have adequate water traps fitted or other means to prevent any venting back flow from the system into living areas. Hamworthy can supply a transfer station if the final soil pipe position is below the sewage treatment plant. Consult Hamworthy if hospital waste is expected to be an exceptionally large volume or any other waste is to be designated as “black”. TYPICAL SUPER TRIDENT Hamworthy 2 PUMPS . particularly on passenger vessels and ferries. urinals and all hospital waste water as required by health codes. If it is required to combine the grey water waste mains and the soil main. ECN No.11 05/11/12 .08 25.2 BLOWERS T0406028D ST8-C .08. BLACK WATER DRAINS These are for handling the waste from toilets.ST60-C Water Systems Ltd Fleets Bridge. On gravity collection systems a macerator is recommended where larger material is likely to be present. for other manufacturer’s systems please refer to suppliers instructions. For Hamworthy vacuum systems please consult Hamworthy for the relevant documentation.

ORIGINAL N060168 N060592 ISSUE 1 2 3 DRAWN WJD ART MDM CHECK'D MLS ART ART APPR'D ILB ILB TD DATE 29. This can be supplied by Hamworthy. LAUNDRY WASTE Laundry waste may be treated in an STP designed for this purpose where laundry water is treated particular notice must be paid to the need to use low foaming chemicals where possible. 3. Any grey water entering the sewage treatment plant must be subject to chemical control to ensure that only biologically friendly and low foaming chemicals are used.08. If it is intended to connect it into the sewage treatment plant Hamworthy must be consulted as the size of the unit will be affected and an effective grease trap must be fitted. GREY WATER WASTE DRAINS This should be discharged directly overboard in accordance with IMO Regulations. Dorset BH17 SEWAGE TREATMENT PLANT 0JT. 4. Ensure that all facilities connected directly or indirectly to the sewage treatment plant inlets have adequate water traps fitted or other means to prevent any venting back flow from the system into living areas. TYPICAL SUPER TRIDENT Hamworthy 2 PUMPS . If it is required to treat grey water waste in the sewage treatment plant then Hamworthy must be consulted as the size of the unit will be affected. ECN No. Grey water waste must be piped separately from the black water soil main.08 25. 5.2 BLOWERS T0406028D ST8-C . Poole. ALL OTHER RIGHTS RESERVED. Consideration should also be given to installing anti-foam dosing equipment. it is normally led directly overboard via a 25 mm screen. To facilitate maintenance an overboard bypass line must be fitted.11 05/11/12 . GALLEY WASTE This should be handled in accordance with IMO requirements.10.ST60-C Water Systems Ltd Fleets Bridge. England SHEET 6 OF 9 INSTALLATION COPYRIGHT & DESIGN RIGHT HAMWORTHY WATER SYSTEMS LTD.

VENT Do not connect other system vents to the sewage treatment plant vent. ECN No. Dorset BH17 SEWAGE TREATMENT PLANT 0JT. is non-toxic. Carbon dioxide is formed during the aerobic process of waste treatment. Flame traps or spark arresters are not necessary. Although best avoided. If the emergency overflow connection is below the maximum water level. then it should be connected to the bilge via a minimum water trap of 300 mm to prevent venting into the compartment. This is especially important should any hazardous gases be generated from an incorrectly maintained or operated system.10. Poole. If liquid pockets are unavoidable then an automatic drain connection must be fitted and included in the maintenance schedule.2 BLOWERS T0406028D ST8-C .11 05/11/12 . non-flammable and is released to atmosphere with saturated excess air that is not used in the stabilisation process. ALL OTHER RIGHTS RESERVED. a suitably specified vent fan can be used for difficult pipe arrangements that would give more than 15 mm water gauge back pressure. EMERGENCY OVERFLOW FROM CONTACT TANK If this is piped directly overboard then the connection must be at least 1. It is important that no liquid pockets can form in the vent to restrict the free run of the gases. A separate guide for vent pipes is available from Hamworthy. ORIGINAL N060168 N060592 ISSUE 1 2 3 DRAWN WJD ART MDM CHECK'D MLS ART ART APPR'D ILB ILB TD DATE 29. Ensure that the water traps on all facilities on any drains connected to the sewage treatment plant inlets are of an adequate depth to isolate the living areas from any vent gases.08 25.5 m above the maximum sea water level to ensure that the discharge non return valves can be lifted and flow take place. however if required by local regulations they must be generously sized to meet the vent requirements between maintenance periods. If the available level is less than this a back-up will occur in the system until the required head is available. TYPICAL SUPER TRIDENT Hamworthy 2 PUMPS . 6. This has no odour.08. 7. England INSTALLATION SHEET 7 OF 9 COPYRIGHT & DESIGN RIGHT HAMWORTHY WATER SYSTEMS LTD. Consideration must be given to worst trim and vent pressure conditions.ST60-C Water Systems Ltd Fleets Bridge.

Any grey water entering the sewage treatment plant must be subject to chemical control to ensure that only biologically friendly and low foaming chemicals are used.08 25.2 BLOWERS T0406028D ST8-C .g. TYPICAL SUPER TRIDENT Hamworthy 2 PUMPS . 11. ALL OTHER RIGHTS RESERVED. Consult Hamworthy for the recommended flow rate of water to be added. Conditioning water should be fed to the aeration tank at a constant rate to prevent shock loading. 9.08.10. Conditioning should be with clean water. Dorset BH17 SEWAGE TREATMENT PLANT 0JT. England SHEET 8 OF 9 INSTALLATION COPYRIGHT & DESIGN RIGHT HAMWORTHY WATER SYSTEMS LTD. but it may be possible to use grey water subject to foam producing chemical control foam inducing detergents and/or use of anti-foam dosing equipment. DUAL PUMP SET This can be supplied to give a mounted standby pump.SIPHON PREVENTION If the top of the sewage treatment tank is above the minimum sea water level then the pump discharge pipeline must be looped above the top of the tank and a connection taken from the top of the loop to a point in the air vent above the discharge head of the pump. This may involve the fitting of suitable ship side valves and/or the running a siphon prevention loop (similar to that described in item 8) above the maximum sea water level. ORIGINAL N060168 N060592 ISSUE 1 2 3 DRAWN WJD ART MDM CHECK'D MLS ART ART APPR'D ILB ILB TD DATE 29. Poole. ASIATIC TYPE CONSTANT FLUSH TOILETS These will affect the size of the unit and Hamworthy should be consulted.BACK FLOW PREVENTION If the sewage treatment tank is below the maximum sea water level then appropriate ship building regulations must be complied with. 12.11 05/11/12 . DISCHARGE OVERBOARD . INSTALLATION OPTIONS 10. LOW FLUSH SEWAGE DELIVERY SYSTEMS (e. DISCHARGE OVERBOARD . 8.ST60-C Water Systems Ltd Fleets Bridge. ECN No. Consideration should also be given to installing anti-foam dosing equipment. This can be supplied by Hamworthy. VACUUM) The concentrated black water soil from this type of system must be conditioned to facilitate the biological treatment.

TYPICAL SUPER TRIDENT T0406028D Hamworthy 2 PUMPS . England INSTALLATION COPYRIGHT & DESIGN RIGHT HAMWORTHY WATER SYSTEMS LTD. 12. FOUNDATION-S H I P Y A R D SUPPLY ECN No. To avoid contamination of the process and clogging of the air diffuser elements the air supply must be free of oil.This equipment can be supplied to meet the requirements of the Environment of Canada Great Lakes Regulations. Packers are to be used as required. Dorset BH17 0JT. NOTE:. EMERGENCY AIR SUPPLY Please refer to the sewage treatment plant manual technical data section or contract specific data for maximum and minimum air flow required for any particular model of sewage treatment plant. 13. condensate and particles. FIGURE 2: Foundation Note: the holding down feet may be welded to the support structure but DO NOT weld to the tank sides or bottom as the internal protective coating will be destroyed. ULTRA-VIOLET (UV) DISINFECTION An optional UV unit can be supplied where any chlorinated/dechlorinated discharge is unacceptable or not preferred by the ship owner.2 BLOWERS ST8C to ST60C SHEET 9 of 9 Water Systems Ltd Fleets Bridge. SEWAGE TREATMENT TANK FIRST USED ON: Poole. original N060168 N060592 ISSUE 1 2 3 DRAWN WJD ART MDM CHECK'D MLS ART ART APPR'D ILB ILB TD DATE 29/10/08 25/08/11 05/11/12 . ALL OTHER RIGHTS RESERVED.

also creating surges as each W. Coupling into other vent systems is discouraged. A good design will eliminate or reduce the need for additional equipment. Water Closets (W. 5.SHT1. Make the connection so as to avoid liquid transfer from the large vent to the small vent. fans etc) General rules can be applied to the vent design for Hamworthy Sewage Treatment Units as follows: 1. 4. 1 2 3 4 ECN . Listing etc of vessel is to be taken into account. The vent pipe run should be to the funnel or mast using the minimum number of bends.09 01. where a smaller separate balancing vent pipe is provided for the settling & disinfecting compartments. HAMWORTHY Vent System Design Water Systems Ltd Recommendations R62734 POOLE. connect to a point in the larger vent as far above the sewage plant as possible (minimum 2 metres). Reduce the need for flame traps .) 3.e. urinals. This is particularly the case with vacuum sewage collection systems. Bends should be long radius type. When coupling into any other vent pipe-work cannot be avoided or when fitting a vacuum sewage collection system to the sewage treatment plant. where possible. Where this is not practicable. which will increase the air flow rate from the sewage treatment plant. The total system backpressure should typically not be above 15mm water gauge.10 INITIALS ART ART ART ART CHECKED KWC KWC KWC ART APPROVED & DATE TMD 2/07/08 .C.09 11.tmp\R62734. water seal of at least 30mm greater depth than the vent back pressure. DORSET BH17 0JT UK SHEET 1 SHEETS 2 for use with Hamworthy © ALL RIGHTS RESERVED USED WITH: Sewage Treatment Plant 7343####. flush will induce approximately 60 litres of air in 3-4 seconds. Facilities to enable draining of the vent pipe should be added where unavoidable water traps could occur in the vent line. C. 7438#### IT REF: C:\pdf\temp\rad6CA89. 7353#### 7361####. All waste water inlets. On the larger STP units. 6. (i. which could increase maintenance times to ensure the required backpressure is achieved. etc connected to the sewage treatment plant or it’s feed pipe-work must have a device fitted to prevent venting from the plant into compartments e. The typical surge from a toilet flush will induce approximately 60 litres of air in 3-4 seconds. filters . - DATE 2/07/08 10. this should ideally be run separately from the larger aeration vent pipe all the way to the vent point. 7389####. its effect must be taken into account on the overall vent pressure drop.docPrinted: 26/03/10 11:40 Good vent design and vent routing will ensure system backpressure is kept to a minimum and reduces the chance of condensation problems and gas or odours escaping into the accommodation or machinery spaces. 7.01. (Allow for potential peak flushing rates by increasing the air flow rate from the sewage treatment plant according to the number of vacuum producing units venting into the sewage treatment plant & their air pumping capacity.). (Allow for potential peak flushing rates by increasing the air flow rate from the sewage treatment plant according to the number of vacuum producing units venting into the sewage treatment plant & their air pumping capacity.06. The sewage treatment plant overflow and any other connection to the system terminating within the vessel should be fitted with a similar device. g. 8. Ensure that the vent pipe continuously rises from the Sewage Treatment Plant to the vent discharge point so that condensate can drain back to the sewage treatment plant and that listing of vessel is taken into account.03.) ISSUE No. (See table 1 for expected air flowrates for typical Sewage treatment systems) 2.

- DATE 2/07/08 10. If fitted they should be sized to not increase the overall pressure drop above the required limit when dirty and should be regularly maintained. 10 Flame traps are not normally required (check specified rules) in or at the end of the vent.docPrinted: 26/03/10 11:40 9. where system back-pressures cannot meet the required limits. HAMWORTHY Vent System Design Water Systems Ltd Recommendations R62734 POOLE. contact Hamworthy to discuss potential vent fan options.SHT1.09 11. 7438#### IT REF: C:\pdf\temp\rad6CA89. Where choice of vent discharge location is restricted to sensitive areas & odour extraction filters are required contact Hamworthy to discuss potential vent filter options. but if fitted. 7389####. ISSUE No.06. should be sized so as not to increase the overall pressure drop above the required limit when dirty and should be regularly maintained.03.tmp\R62734. 1 2 3 4 ECN . The following air flows can be considered when calculating the required vent diameter: UNIT SIZE MAXIMUM TYPICAL VENT DESIGN VENT FLANGE MINIMUM VENT(A) NUMBER OF AIR FLOW (m3/h) CONNECTION DIAMETER (mm) NOMINAL ST-C RT-C SEPARATE VACUUM VACUUM DIRECT VACUUM DIAMETER VACUUM COLLECTION ST-V RT-V EJECTORS GRAVITY SYSTEM (mm) COLLECTION ON TANK TANK OR FITTED FEED FITTED DIRECT GRAVITY FEED 1A 1 9 29 80 50 80 2A 20 2 20 60 80 50 80 3A 2 32 72 80 50 80 4A 40 2 32 72 80 50 80 6A 60 2 50 90 80 50 80 80 2 50 90 100 80 100 8 2 58 98 100 80 100 10 2 68 108 100 80 100 13 2 89 129 100 80 100 15 2 125 165 100 80 100 20 3 190 250 125 100 125 25 3 190 250 150 100 150 30 3 300 360 150 100 150 40 3 300 360 150 150 150 50 3 500 560 250 225 250 60 3 500 560 250 225 250 (A) The vent diameter should be sized to allow a maximum pressure drop of 15mm wg with the typical air flows quoted against gravity and vacuum systems. 12. DORSET BH17 0JT UK SHEET 2 SHEETS 2 for use with Hamworthy © ALL RIGHTS RESERVED USED WITH: Sewage Treatment Plant 7343####. In the last resort.01. 11.09 01. 7353#### 7361####.10 INITIALS ART ART ART ART CHECKED KWC KWC KWC ART APPROVED & DATE TMD 2/07/08 .

01. complying with the IMO MEPC 159(55) resolution. There must be a 3-hour recovery period after any peak loading to allow the hydraulic retention and settling process to recover. The volume above the low level switch provides buffering capability.11 24. Limits must be applied to ensure that the retention times calculated for the unit are not compromised to such an extent that the treatment process is adversely affected. a buffer tank can be used to collect the sewage and feed it.38 (11) states typical values.doc PC Print: 13/10/11 16:56 The Reason for Peak Load Limitations The ST-C sewage treatment unit is designed to be able to treat a specified sewage flowrate and biological sewage loading.8. Allowable Peak Loads Allowable peak flows into the STP are detailed in Table 1. depending on the feed pump chosen: The pump can be controlled with a low level switch. allowing sewage to be pumped into the STP at an allowable rate. However. Alternatively. IMO MEPC. The selection of the pump is critical and must be sized to ensure the correct flow to the unit is achieved and excessive starting of the pump does not occur. these flowrates may be exceeded which will affect the operation of the unit. Flow Estimation When estimating flows into the sewage treatment unit. at certain peak times.01. BH17 0JT. • 15 litres per person in a 24 hr day for vacuum collected Blackwater. still ensuring the peak flow load is not exceeded. SEWAGE TREATMENT SHEET 1 SHEETS 2 ENGLAND PLANTS © COPYRIGHT & DESIGN RIGHT 2002 HAMWORTHY ENGINEERING LIMITED . . when available. This enables the sewage to be treated and discharged. A biological peak loading can also be considered which is limited by the aeration capability of the unit. a timer along with the low level switch can be used to allow the pump to run for set periods. This allowable peak flowrate is based on a 1-hour duration. if a larger pump capacity is chosen. N060154 DATE 1/07/08 06/07/09 11. This allows the peak flows to be buffered. Collection / Buffer Tank In order to mitigate the problems of peak flows.ALL RIGHTS RESERVED IT REF: C:\pdf\temp\rad5DAA1.11 INITIALS ART KWC ART ART ART CHECKED KWC WC ART ART ART APPROVED/DATE TMD 01/07/08 Form: T0104103 .tmp\R62733.SHT1. These are as follows: 1. via a dedicated feed pump into the STP at controlled flowrates. again ensuring the ISSUE 1 2 3 4 5 ECN . Low and high level switches can be used to batch appropriate flows into the STP. Settling and Disinfection tank. The feed pump can be controlled in various ways. For ALL ships: • 70 litres per person in a 24 hr day for gravity collected Blackwater. Hamworthy plc PEAK LOADING R62733 W ater Systems Ltd CONSIDERATIONS FOR POOLE. This design flowrate allows the liquid to have a specific retention time in the Aeration.10 11.

383 ST15 22.42 6 0.47 15 0. Hamworthy plc PEAK LOADING R62733 W ater Systems Ltd CONSIDERATIONS FOR POOLE.070 ST60 105. level switches. 1hr Max.35 16 0. the pump must be protected from blockages by a suitable macerating device.253 ST13 22. 3.62 200 1.617 RT80 11. (Buffer Tank. BH17 0JT. Instant Max. 1hr Peak Feed Peak Peak Feed Peak note 2& 3 note 2& 3 Hydraulic Vol.10 10 0.30 150 1.124 ST10 14.617 Notes: Table 1 Peak Loading Limits for ST-C 1.11 INITIALS ART KWC ART ART ART CHECKED KWC WC ART ART ART APPROVED/DATE TMD 01/07/08 Form: T0104103 .00 35 0. Alternative control using pressure transducers can also be utilised.tmp\R62733.95 66 1. The size of this buffer tank must consider the expected sewage production peaks from all sources.159 ST2A 3.01.825 ST25 39.383 ST30 48.28 300 2. ISSUE 1 2 3 4 5 ECN . Instant Max.ALL RIGHTS RESERVED IT REF: C:\pdf\temp\rad5DAA1.549 ST3A 5. SEWAGE TREATMENT SHEET 2 SHEETS 2 ENGLAND PLANTS © COPYRIGHT & DESIGN RIGHT 2002 HAMWORTHY ENGINEERING LIMITED .547 RT60 8.547 RT40 5.485 ST20 27. In each case.57 41 0.07 140 1.75 6 0.) (kg/hr) ST8 12.8.) (kg/hr) (litres/min. Biological Hydraulic Vol.135 RT20 2. 1hr Max.01.22 66 1.10 11.67 103 1.57 380 5.485 ST40 63. All flows added directly to the aeration tank must be considered when assessing maximum feeding conditions.90 220 2.070 ST1A 1.doc PC Print: 13/10/11 16:56 flowrate is within the allowable limits.00 400 5. NB the Max Instant feed value listed is only applicable where all flow to aeration compartment is included in the batch. 2. pump. Biological note 2 note 2 note 2 note 2 Flow (litres) Load Flow (litres) Load (litres/min. 1hr Model Max.078 ST4A 6.70 190 2. Not suitable. macerator etc are not HWS Default Supply) Model Max.825 ST50 103. Max 1 hr & average flow conditions still apply.747 ST6A 11. . Where other flows go direct to the aeration compartment the ‘Max Instant Feed’ batch size must be reduced proportionally.65 See note 1 0.11 24. and the allowable flow in the STP to avoid overflows from the system. N060154 DATE 1/07/08 06/07/09 11.SHT1.

O.P. WELD PREPARATIONS TO T0416000. WELDING TERMS AND SYMBOLS TO BS 22553.8 ZINC PLATE 4 A A 5 Not Hamworthy supply DN50 SCH10 PIPE 316 x 1 DIMENSIONS ARE MILLIMETRES UNLESS OTHERWISE STATED. AND MAY NOT BE REPRODUCED IN ANY FORM OR BY ANY MEANS. 4 1. R62693 ISS ISS 1 SHT. PATT. MLS ART SGCJ DN50 WAFER CHECK VALVE G. VISUAL INSPECTION OF FUSION WELDED JOINTS TO HKSES QP09 PT2. SCALE DATE DATE HAMWORTHY WATER SYSTEMS LTD FIRST ANGLE PROJECTION 1:2 24/2/09 DRN.6 7 14 8 5 6 3 2 3 1 9 9 Not Hamworthy supply WASHER M16 TABLE A MS ZINC PLATE 4 8 Not Hamworthy supply WASHER M16 SPRING SING-COIL-RECT 4 7 Not Hamworthy supply NUT FULL M16 GRADE 8 ZINC PLATE 4 6 Not Hamworthy supply BOLT M16 X 80 GRADE 8. SHTS. DRN.O.1 SHT. REMOVE UNNECESSARY SHARP EDGES. IN PART OR WHOLE. ABBREVIATIONS AND SYMBOLS TO BS 8888. APP. 4 Not Hamworthy supply 50NB slip on flange 316ss 1 57. GO096051 & PINCH VALVE ASSEMBLY PART NO. WITHOUT HAMWORTHY WATER SYSTEMS LTD CONSENT.' CROSS REFERENCE ISS ALTERATIONS E CH NO.2 3 42194068 JOINT GASKET DN50 2 2 B17826 50NB hinged wafer flap valve 1 76. 1 SECTION A-A MAT'L SPEC.7 1 4953500113 Saunders Valve DN50 1 ITEM STOCK NUMBER DESCRIPTION QTY HAMWORTHY WATER SYSTEMS LTD A4 0 10 20 30 40 50 Copyright and All Other Rights Reserved . NO. THIS DOCUMENT AND THE INFORMATION WITHIN IT IS CONFIDENTIAL TO HAMWORTHY WATER SYSTEMS LTD AND MAY NOT BE DISCLOSED TO ANY THIRD PARTY WITHOUT THE PRIOR WRITTEN CONSENT OF HAMWORTHY WATER SYSTEMS LTD. ALL COPYRIGHT AND DESIGN RIGHT SUBSISTING IN THIS DOCUMENT IS THE PROPERTY OF HAMWORTHY WATER SYSTEMS LTD . DATE SIGN. CH./L. UNTOLERANCED DIMENSIONS TO T0103003/006.

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