# Type of document Document No.

CONTENT B349-HF-CNT
Issued by Date of issue Rev. No. Rev. date Approved by Page

XYY 21.10.13 00 LJ Page 1 of 1
System Subject Ref.

MOBILE OFFSHORE DRILLING UNIT-
HELIDECK FOAM SIS1588-12
HULL NO. B349, B350

HELIDECK FOAM & DELUGE SYSTEM

CONTENT
No. Title

1. DESIGN & OPERATION

2. GENERAL INFORMATION

3. MATERIAL SPECIFICATION

4. DATASHEETS/ PART LIST

5. TEST PROCEDURES

6. OPERATING INSTRUCTION

7. MAINTENANCE INSTRUCTION

8. TYPE APPROVAL CERTIFICATES

9. DRAWING

- B349-HF-1A

10. RECOMMENDED SPARE PART LIST

1. DESIGN CALCULATION SHEET

Type of document Document No.

DESIGN CALCULATION B349-HF-DC-001
Issued by Date of issue Rev. No. Rev. date Approved by Page

XYY 21.10.13 FP 14.01.14 LJ Page 1 of 3
System Subject Ref.
SIS1588-12
HELIDECK FOAM B349 & B350

1. OBJECTIVE

The objective of this calculation in to show the design data and design criteria are applied
to calculate the minimum amount of foam solution required for the protected area.

2. REFERENCE DOCUMENTS

a) Fire Safety of ABS MODU (2006) – Part 4 Chapter 4
b) Fire Safety of IMO MODU (1989) – Chapter 9
c) CAP 437 of Offshore Helicopter Landing Area – Chapter 5, 5th Edition
d) Doc. No. PS-M207-04, Purchasing Specification of Foam fire Fighting System

3. PROTECTED AREA PARAMETERS

A. HELIDECK AREA
3.1 Type of area to be protected : (a) Helicopter Deck
(b) Fuel Oil Storage Tank and Pump Skid

3.2 L : 22.2m (Sikorsky S61N)
Where L is the distance in meter across the main rotor and tail rotor in the fore and
aft line of the helicopter with single main rotor and across both rotors for a tandem
rotor helicopter.

3.3.1 Prescribed Helideck Area, A1 = 0.785 L2
= 0.785 x 22.2 x 22.2
= 386.88 m2

3.3.2 Prescribed Refuelling Station, A2 = approx. 45.7 m2

3.4 Monitor throwing length required, T
The monitors are positioned so as to ensure that all areas of the helideck are
covered by the required design application rate.
When determining the spacing of monitors, the nozzle range is taken at 75% of the
performance in still air to allow for wind effects.
Where D < or = 0.75T,
D is the distance from the monitor to the furthest extremity of the protected area
forward of monitor, set at 30m.
Throw length of monitor in still air, T = 30 / 0.75
= 40 m

3.5 Application Rate, d = 6.0 l/min per sq m (MODU)

3.6 Minimum Operating Time, T = 5 minutes

3.7 Foam mixing ratio foam to seawater, M = set @ 3%

Type of document Document No.

DESIGN CALCULATION B349-HF-DC-001
Issued by Date of issue Rev. No. Rev. date Approved by Page

XYY 21.10.13 FP 14.01.14 LJ Page 2 of 3
System Subject Ref.
SIS1588-12
HELIDECK FOAM B349 & B350

4. FOAM SOLUTION SUPPLY RATE CALCULATION

F = Foam liquid amount
Q1 = Calculation Helideck Foam Solution Supply Rate = Calculated (As below)
Q2 = Fuel Oil Storage Tank and Pump Station = Calculated (As below)
Q = Selected foam solution supply rate = largest of Q1 or Q2

4.1 Calculation of foam solution rate for Helideck
4.1.1 Calculation foam solution rate for helideck, Q1 = A1 x d
= 386.88 x 6.0
= 2,321.28 lit/min or
= 2,330 lit/min

4.1.2 Capacity required for each monitor = 100% of total capacity
= 2,330 lit/min

4.1.3 Total number of monitor = 2 nos

4.2 Calculation of foam solution rate for Fuel Oil Storage Tank and Helifuel
transfer P/P and Dispenser unit.
4.2.1 Calculation foam solution for Refuelling station, Q2 = A2 x d
= 45.7 x 6.0
= 274.2 lit/min.

4.2.2 Nozzle Selection, Model N4W
Nozzle Flowrate, q = 123 lit/min at 5 bar
No. of nozzle = 4 pcs x 123
Total Flowrate = 492 lit/min

4.3 Required foam solution rate, Q = Q1 + Q2
= 2,822 lit/min

4.4 Foam liquid amount, F = (Q x M x T)
(Minimum) = 2,822 x 0.03 x 5
= 423.3 liters

4.5 Foam Proportioner capacity = 2,822 lit/min

4.6 Fire Fighting pump capacity for foam system, Qff = 2,822 x 0.97
(Minimum) = 2,737.34 lit/min x 60 /1000
= 164 m3/hr

Type of document Document No.

DESIGN CALCULATION B349-HF-DC-001
Issued by Date of issue Rev. No. Rev. date Approved by Page

XYY 21.10.13 FP 14.01.14 LJ Page 3 of 3
System Subject Ref.
SIS1588-12
HELIDECK FOAM B349 & B350

5. EQUIPMENT SPECIFICATION

5.1 Foam Tank
Size - 800 litres
Material - Carbon steel
Type - Bladder Tank Horizontal Type – Model MTB
Colour - Red

5.2 Foam Monitor for Helideck Area
Model - FJM 80
K factor - 541
Min. Operating Pressure - 7 Bar
Max. Operating Pressure - 16 Bar
Capacity Range - Max. 3700 lit/min
Quantity - 2 nos

5.3 Specification of Foam Nozzle for Re-fuelling station

Model N4W, ½" NPT, Qty - 4 pcs
K factor - 54.9 (Q in lit/min, P in bar)
Minimum Operating Press - 1.0 bar
Maximum Operating Press - 20 bar
Minimum coverage area - 2.03 diameter @ 0.91m height
Selected coverage area - 4.88 diameter @ 3.66m height
Spray angle - 120 degree
Spray pattern - Full Cone
Approval - LRS, FM, USCG

5.4 Foam Proportioner
Model - TPW 150/50
Min Capacity - 100 lit/min
Max. Capacity - 5,600 lit/min
Material - Bronze
Mixing Ratio - Adjustable 1% to 6% (set at 3%)

2. GENERAL DESCRIPTIONS .

Type of document Document No. Be capable of extinguishing fires in parked aircraft or fuel spilled from them land also preclude ignition of spilled fuel not yet ignited. The next stage is when air is mixed with the solution to produce bubbles of foam or finished foam. B349. There are two basic stages in the generation of foam. HELIDECK AREA 1. This stage is called proportioning. date Approved by Page XYY 21.0 SYSTEM DESCRIPTION The fixed foam fire fighting system is a dry pipe system.13 00 LJ Page 1 of 3 System Subject Ref.0 FOAM PRODUCTION Foam concentrate is mixed with water to form foam/water solution which is conveyed through a piping system to a discharge device or devices where it is mixed with air (aerated) to produce foam. The Main purposes of the fixed foam system for Helideck protection are: A. The foam solution is transported through the system piping until it reaches the discharge devices. B350 FOAM SYSTEM FOR PROTECTION OF: 1. the solution that is transported to the discharge device or devices consists of 3% foam concentrate and 97%water. and B. and these devices perform the function of mixing the foam solution with air to form the characteristic foam blanket. 2. It is very critical stage because it is vital that the correct percentage concentration is formed if the foam is to perform properly. The first is when foam concentrate is added to water in given concentration to form foam solution.10. The equipment or device to accomplish this action is the proportioning part of a foam system. No. Hence when 3% foam concentrate is introduced into the water in the system. . Be capable of combating fires in the Helifuel area and to preclude ignition of spilled fuel not yet ignited. There are many methods of injecting the foam concentrate into the water in a predetermined proportion. GENERAL DESCRIPTION B349-HF-GD Issued by Date of issue Rev. SIS1588-12 HELIDECK FOAM HULL NO. MOBILE OFFSHORE DRILLING UNIT. Rev.

0 SYSTEM LAYOUT The system consists of the following components: 1. B350 3. SIS1588-12 HELIDECK FOAM HULL NO. The bladder tank (MTB) is a pressure vessel containing a reinforced flexible rubber bag. Hose reels Proportioning .13 00 LJ Page 2 of 3 System Subject Ref. The water in the foam will drain off faster and cause quicker foam blanket deterioration. Hence should the foam concentrate be proportioned into the water at less than the required percentage. In addition. the pressure of the foam concentrate is automatically balanced with that at the water supply. With balance pressure proportioning. Foam Bladder Tank with wide range foam proportional 2. and when water pressure is supplied to the tank surrounding the "full" bladder the water pressure squeezes the bladder and forces the foam into the piping. because more foam concentrate is being proportioned into the water than required. MOBILE OFFSHORE DRILLING UNIT. the discharged foam solution will produce a foam blanket that has less resistance to breakdown from the heat and flame of the combustion. GENERAL DESCRIPTION B349-HF-GD Issued by Date of issue Rev. . Once the pressure is balanced. date Approved by Page XYY 21. the discharged foam will be too thick.10. The bladder contain the concentrate. The bladder tank system does not required foam concentrate pump because it supplies water pressure to discharge foam concentrate into water supply and produce the foam/water solution. the supply of foam concentrate will be depleted too quickly. If the foam concentrate is proportioned at too low percentage. Type of document Document No. A higher than required percentage of foam concentrate in the water solution be too high. Foam Sprayers 4. B349.or getting the right amount of foam concentrate into the water supply - is a vital part of a foam system. Rev. accurate proportioning can be gained over a wide flow range by having fixed orifices of the correct area ratio to one another in the water and foam concentrate lines. Monitors 3. No. and will not flow quickly across the surface of the flammable liquid or around obstructions. the foam solution will be weak and may not be able to form stable bubbles.

foam spray deluge system can provide fire extinguishment. Properly designed. . Type of document Document No. The monitor is equipped with a fog/jet nozzle and manual operation for vertical and rotation. and are use for fire fighting on vessel.13 00 LJ Page 3 of 3 System Subject Ref. thereby squeezing the bag which lets the foam concentrate out through a pipe back to the downstream side of the measuring part. helidecks and jetties. plus continued cooling to help prevent re-ignition after the foam concentrate has all been used up. Aspiration . Variation of flow/pressure can therefore be handled. tankers. No. date Approved by Page XYY 21. Also called "foam cannon". Typically they are used on petroleum product. Foam monitor are large throughput nozzles. B350 A measuring part (TPW) with an orifice is used to create a pressure drop in the water line. The monitor will protect the helicopter deck while foam sprayers will give the required protection to the Helifuel Tank Area and Dispensing Unit. Foam is quickly sprayed from all the nozzles simultaneously onto the entire surface of the hazard giving fast knockdown of the fire. The foam spray systems consist of discharge devices position strategically around a risk area. Hose reels can be used to provide flexibility of operation for shadow area that cannot be covered by the fixed monitors. B349. GENERAL DESCRIPTION B349-HF-GD Issued by Date of issue Rev. they re useful for large spill fires and process area protection. SIS1588-12 HELIDECK FOAM HULL NO. Rev. MOBILE OFFSHORE DRILLING UNIT.the mixing of air with the solution to produce bubbles of foam or finished foam occurs at the applicators. The pressure drop is fed to the outside of the rubber bag.10.

3. MATERIAL SPECIFICATIONS .

MANUAL OPER.QUOTATION SPECIFICATION (2a) (INTERNAL) Customer name: KEPPEL FELS LTD PO. INCLUDING 200 LTR FOR COMMISSIONING 05 1000 PCS 777685 FOAM CONCENTRATE 3%(F-20) 200L DRUM Sthamex AFFF 3%(F20)200LT HOSEREEL STATION : 06 2 PCS G53030 30M HOSEREEL. PAINTED RED C/W SS303 GREASE NIPPLE & HOSE W/ 300 PSI WORK PRESS. PROTECTED SPACE : FOAM SYSTEM . No: FP Item Qty Unit Prod.no Description Data Sheet No. ANSI CONN.: SIS1588 Vessel Size: 0 Prepared by: NG. Date: 2014-08-21 Product Group: 530 . TANK ASSEMBLY (TO BE SUPPLIED LOOSE): 02 1 PCS G53030 FOAM BLADDER TANK (0.8 M3) MTB-H 800 LTR ANSI. HOT DIPPED GALV. FUEL OIL STORAGE TANK & PUMP SKID FOAM MONITOR : (HELIDECK) 01 2 PCS G53030 FOAM/WATER MONITOR FJM-80 ANSI 150# TYPE FOG/JET. SIS1588-12 Rev.DECK FOAM SYSTEMS Rev.3 1 PCS G53030 LEVEL INDICATOR LEVEL TABLE SS304 BALANCE PRESS. PROPORTIONER : 04 1 PCS G53030 TPW-150 WIDE RANGE FOAM PROPORTIONER.HELICOPTER DECK (S61N). UNITOR 3% AFFF FOAM CONC. C/W IEVEL INDICATOR. ABS APPROVED 03 1 PCS G53030 2" HEATON DUAL PLATE CHECK VALVE WAFER TYPE ANSI #150 4. SPRAY NOZZLE : (REFUEL AREA) 07 4 PCS G53030 N4W FOAM/DELUGE SPRAY NOZZLE 1/2" NPT (MALE) .no/ref. SAMANTHA Flag/Class: SG / ABS Number of Ships: 1 QUOTATION SPECIFICATION (2a) Page no: 1 Quote No.: HELIDECK FOAM / MS LEONG SIEW MEI Expiry date: 2013-06-07 Yard: Owner: KEPPEL FELS LTD Currency: SGD Hull No/Vessel: / HULL-B349 Vessel Type: B3 Project Id.

SPARE : 1 YR 08 1 PCS G53030 BLADDER TANK LEVEL INDICATOR 09 1 PCS G53030 PLASTIC HANDLE FOR FJM-80 10 1 PCS G53030 LOCKING SCREW FOR FJM-80/100 11 1 PCS G53030 O-RING 94.QUOTATION SPECIFICATION (2a) Page no: 2 Quote No. No: FP Item Qty Unit Prod.DECK FOAM SYSTEMS Rev. & DOCUMENTATION 14 1 LOT G53030 CLASS APPROVAL 15 1 LOT G53030 SYSTEM START-UP & COMMISSIONING ./DSN : 13 1 LOT G53030 ENG. Date: 2014-08-21 Product Group: 530 . SIS1588-12 Rev. 5X3 NITRIL ENG.no Description Data Sheet No.

: HELIDECK FOAM / MR STEVEN LEE Expiry date: 2013-02-19 Yard: Owner: KEPPEL FELS LTD Currency: SGD Hull No/Vessel: B349 Vessel Type: Project Id.DECK FOAM SYSTEMS Rev. ANSI #150 LB TYPE FOG/JET. INCLUDING 200 LTR FOR COMMISSIONING 05 1000 LTR G53030 FOAM CONC.HELICOPTER DECK (S61N). Date: 2014-08-21 Product Group: 530 . PAINTED RED C/W SS303 GREASE NIPPLE & HOSE W/ 250PSI WORK PRESS. SAMANTHA Flag/Class: / Number of Ships: 1 QUOTATION SPECIFICATION (2a) Page no: 1 Quote No. SIS1589-7 Rev. W/ USCG APPROVAL RIGHT CONN SPRAY NOZZLE: REFUEL AREA . 3% UNIRAL AFFF ANTI-FREEZE -10 DEG. HOT DIPPED GALV. W/ USCG APPROVAL LEFT CONN 07 1 PCS G53030 75FT HOSEREEL. ABS APPROVED 03 1 PCS G53030 2" HEATON DUAL PLATE CHECK VALVE WAFER TYPE ANSI #150 6. No: FP Item Qty Unit Prod. PROPORTIONER : 04 1 PCS G53030 TPW-150 WIDE RANGE FOAM PROPORTIONER. PAINTED RED C/W SS303 GREASE NIPPLE & HOSE W/ 250PSI WORK PRESS.: SIS1589 Vessel Size: 0 Prepared by: NG. UNITOR 3% AFFF FOAM CONC. HOT DIPPED GALV. FOAM MONITOR : (HELIDECK) 01 2 PCS G53030 MONITOR FJM-80. C HOSEREEL STATION : 06 1 PCS G53030 75FT HOSEREEL.3 1 PCS G53030 LEVEL INDICATOR LEVEL TABLE SS304 BALANCE PRESS. MAN. PROTECTED SPACE : FOAM SYSTEM .QUOTATION SPECIFICATION (2a) (INTERNAL) Customer name: KEPPEL FELS LTD PO.no Description Data Sheet No.no/ref.8 M3) MTB-H 800 LTR ANSI. ANSI CONN. OPERATED TANK ASSEMBLY (TO BE SUPPLIED LOOSE): 02 1 PCS G53030 FOAM BLADDER TANK (0.

/DSN : 15 1 LOT G53030 ENG.DECK FOAM SYSTEMS Rev. Date: 2014-08-21 Product Group: 530 . 5X3 NITRIL ENG.QUOTATION SPECIFICATION (2a) Page no: 2 Quote No. SIS1589-7 Rev.no Description Data Sheet No. 08 4 PCS G53030 N4W FOAM/DELUGE SPRAY NOZZLE SPARE : 1 YR 09 1 PCS G53030 BLADDER TANK LEVEL GAUGE 10 1 PCS G53030 PLASTIC HANDLE FOR FJM-80 11 1 PCS G53030 LOCKING SCREW FOR FJM-80/100 12 1 PCS G53030 O-RING 94. No: FP Item Qty Unit Prod. & DOCUMENTATION 16 1 LOT G53030 CLASS APPROVAL 17 1 LOT G53030 SYSTEM START-UP & COMMISSIONING .

4. DATA SHEET .

wide range of flows. The tanks are available with FM approval. the Svenska main waterflow (for example generated by a diesel Skum proportioners can handle flows from 75 LPM driven pump) a Svenska Skum bladdertank all the way up to more than 33000 LPM. based upon non moving parts. meaning the bladdertank will be Skum proportioner.06/05 HORIZONTAL BLADDER TANK 1017/11 Design code: A-PED MTB-H Description No matter how small or large a foam system is. the system The bladdertank is used together with a Svenska goes into operation. that will allow pressurised and allowing foamconcentrate to mix accurate mixing of foamconcentrate (1-6%) over a into the main line at the preset proportioning rate. type TP or TPW. . variety of different sizes and design codes to make The most important feature of a bladdertank-system them fit to a specific foam application. The bladder is its design. moment a main water pump kicks in. See proportioning system provides a fail-safe operation. separate datasheets for Svenska Skum Svenska Skum bladdertanks are available in a large proportioners. As no further utilities are involved except for the From the smallest to the largest size.

Tel: +31 71 5419415 Box 674 Fax: +46 303 58200 Le Pooleweg 5 Fax: +31 71 5417330 SE-442 18 Kungälv e-mail: info@skum.skum.skum. Vertical 1017/8 ASME Datasheet Horizontal 1017/9.com . 06/05 HORIZONTAL BLADDER TANK 1017/11 Technical data MTB-H Design standard A-PED Design pressure: 12. Technical changes reserved without notice Svenska Skum AB Tel: +46 303 57700 Svenska Skum B. Size [litres] Dimension [mm] Weight [kg] Connection Volume Length Height Diameter 400 1060 1350 800 260 600 1560 1350 800 310 800 1910 1350 800 370 1000 1430 1650 1100 420 50 DIN PN 16 or 1200 1630 1650 1100 450 2”ANSI 150 lbs 1500 1930 1650 1100 530 2000 2530 1650 1100 610 2500 2040 2020 1400 910 3000 2390 2020 1400 1100 3500 2690 2020 1400 1180 4000 3090 2020 1400 1300 4500 3390 2020 1400 1500 5000 3690 2020 1400 1600 5500 4090 2020 1400 1700 6000 4490 2020 1400 1800 6500 4990 2020 1400 2000 80 DIN PN 16 or 7000 3230 2470 1850 2120 3”ANSI 150 lbs 7500 3430 2470 1850 2220 8000 3630 2470 1850 2322 8500 3780 2470 1850 2400 9000 3980 2470 1850 2500 9500 4180 2470 1850 2750 10 000 4380 2470 1850 2850 11 000 4730 2470 1850 3020 12 000 5230 2470 1850 3260 Material: Pressure vessel: carbon steel Bladder: butyl rubber Internals: stainless steel Surface treatment: Outside primer and red epoxy. Stainless steel valves at foam ventilation and filling. Level indicator. Vertical 1017/10 Scope of supply. Fully pre-piped c/w Svenska Skum proportioner. Standard: Brass valves at water ventilation and steel valve at drain.1 bar/175 psi Other design standards: A-PED Vertical datasheet 1017/12 SPVC 87 Datasheet Horizontal 1017/7.com 2314 XT LEIDEN e-mail: info@skum.V. Optional: Stainless steel valves at water inlet and foam outlet.com The Netherlands Internet: www.nl Sweden Internet: www.

eliminating the need for a delivery of water or foam in a solid jet as well as in separate proportioning system. They are designed for an optimized concentrate inductor. The monitors are of low weight When running with foam the FJM-80 S shall be due to the welded stainless steel construction. They have a wide capacity range. a spray pattern.03/12 FOG/JET MONITOR 1011/81 FJM-80 FJM-80 S Description The fog/jet fire monitor FJM-80 and FJM-80 S can easily be adjusted on site. mounting. which . to suit the local are powerful units with exceptional good throw conditions. adjusted to nominal capacity for accurate FJM-80 and FJM-80 S are intended for fixed proportioning. The FJM-80 S has an integrated foam characteristics.

Technical changes reserved without notice Svenska Skum AB Tel: +46 303 57700 Svenska Skum B. 03/12 FOG/JET MONITOR 1011/81 Dimensions FJM-80 FJM-80 S FJM-80 FJM-80 S Performance data 1 bar = 0. bearings Bronze Surface treatment: Primer and red 2-component paint Net weight approx: FJM-80 14 kg/31 lbs. at 10 bar Max. FJM-80 S 15 kg/33 lbs Nozzle manually adjustable: From jet to fog FJM-80 S Foam concentrate induction: Max./min.5 psi Water capacity: up to 3700 lit.skum. 180 lit.V.1 MPa = 14.skum. Inlet connection foam: Male 1 1/4" BSP Suction hose and valve: Optional Water balanced slide bearings for rotation and elevation.com 2314 XT LEIDEN e-mail: info@skum.com The Netherlands Internet: www. Tel: +31 71 5419415 Box 674 Fax: +46 303 58200 Le Pooleweg 5 Fax: +31 71 5417330 SE-442 18 Kungälv e-mail: info@skum.nl Sweden Internet: www.com . working pressure: 16 bar/235 psi Rotation: 360 degrees Elevation: FJM-80 -60 to +90 degrees FJM-80 S -45 to +90 degrees Inlet connection water: 80 DIN PN 16 or 3"ANSI 150 lbs or 80 JIS B 2210 10 K Material: Body Stainless steel Nozzle.

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03/12 WIDE RANGE PROPORTIONER 1010/22 TPW-100/50 TPW-150/50 TPW-200/80 TPW-250/80 Description Accurate proportioning of foam concentrate. preferably irrespective of flow and pressure variations. The TPW proportioner has an orifice of which the area changes in relation to the flow. The TPW is used in combination with the SKUM bladder tank MTB. For example. is vital for the correct performance of a foam system. The proportioning will even be correct for large variations in number of sprinkler heads acti- vated. The TPW proportioner is a maintenance-free construction made of high quality bronze and stainless steel. a sprinkler system will become more effective by adding foam and by using the TPW proportioner. Principle flow diagram . The proportioning can easily be changed by adjusting the integrated regulating nozzle. This system secures correct proportioning within a wide range of flow.

com 2314 XT LEIDEN e-mail: info@skum.skum. 03/12 WIDE RANGE PROPORTIONER 1010/22 Dimensions TPW-100/50 D TPW-150/50 TPW-200/80 TPW-250/80 Wafer mounted A C DIMENSIONS A mm B mm C mm B E E TPW-100/50 209 173 70 TPW-150/50 241 198 70 TPW-200/80 291 243 82 D TPW-250/80 323 276 82 Performance data 1 bar = 0./min.com .* Proportioner k-factor D E l/min USGPM l/min USGPM kg lbs TPW-100/50 50/2" 100/4" 75 19. 0.1 MPa = 14.V.3 bar Q lit.skum.nl Sweden Internet: www.4 5600 1480 26 57 4585 TPW-200/80 80/3" 200/8" 125 33 10600 2800 44 97 8660 TPW-250/80 80/3" 250/10" 150 39.com The Netherlands Internet: www. = k-factor P bar Max.6 16100 4254 52 115 13115 * At proportioner system pressure drop 1.5 psi Connection Capacity Weight TYPE mm/inch Min.5 bar. Tel: +31 71 5419415 Box 674 Fax: +46 303 58200 Le Pooleweg 5 Fax: +31 71 5417330 SE-442 18 Kungälv e-mail: info@skum. Max. working pressure 16 bar/235 psi Materials: Bronze and stainless steel Technical changes reserved without notice Svenska Skum AB Tel: +46 303 57700 Svenska Skum B. Min.8 2500 661 20 44 2040 TPW-150/50 50/2" 150/6" 100 26.

1 95.8 46.5 22. • Clog-resistant combine to give full cone effect • Three standard pipe sizes—1/2”. 1/2" to 1 1/2" Pipe Sizes. See chart on page 21 for complete list.2 24. Pipe Nozzle K 0.1 95.94 Flow Rate ( l⁄ min ) =K√  bar Standard Materials: Brass and 316 Stainless Steel.35 N8 216 153 181 216 306 375 484 685 968 19.7 67.2 34. all rights reserved 30 BETE .94 3.7 30.9 38.76 N5 75.1 119 168 7. and material.7 95.76 N6 95.1 6.18 N2 24.9 6.5 0. A B Metal N1 13.35 1 1/2 N9 294 208 246 294 416 509 657 930 1320 22.7 80. N3 37.5 37.2 62. an outer wide-angle • One-piece/no internal parts cone and a narrower inner cone.76 1 92.35 3.7 1 2 3 5 10 20 Orifice Pass.4 108 6.4 7.76 N6 95.7 4.2 17.1 84.1 241 N7 153 108 128 153 216 264 341 483 683 15. (mm) Approximate Male LITERS PER MINUTE @ BAR Free Dimensions Wt. connection type.0 76.1 4.2 61.2 35. Coast Guard..7 9.6 26. (mm) (g) Size Number Factor bar bar bar bar bar bar bar bar Dia.6 53.2 106 130 168 238 336 11.53 4.7 67.1 123 174 246 9.8 54.7 4.2 53.67 to 1720 l/min • Factory Mutual.7 135 166 214 303 428 12.1 20.0 54.7 19. 1”.2 41.18 TO ORDER: specify pipe size. spray angle.S.4 85 nozzle number.6 43. and Nozzle with optional Lloyd's Register approved models protective cover Full Cone 90° Full Cone 120° (W) N Flow Rates and Dimensions Full Cone.9 75.3 23. Dia. N SPIRAL Fire Protection DESIGN FEATURES SPRAY CHARACTERISTICS • Simplicity of design • Two spray cones.2 7.76 3. Spray pattern: Full Cone and 1-1/2” Spray angles: 90° and 120° standard • Male connection Flow rates: 9.9 77. Medium 90˚ and Wide 120˚ (W) Spray Angles.7 80.4 13.2 65.8 765 N10 385 272 322 385 545 667 861 1220 1720 25. ®2004 BETE Fog Nozzle.18 1/2 63. Inc. U.7 135 166 214 303 428 12. N4 54.67 11. BSP or NPT Approx.1 4.6 31.94 111 50.

SPIRAL These nozzles feature superior performance unequalled by traditional whirl nozzles. CALL 413-772-2166 ®2004 BETE Fog Nozzle. All models Certified for use UL Factory Mutual on ships and approved Approved offshore installations by Lloyd’s Register TF 24 150° also available in Factory Mutual approved brass (see page 22. Inc. all rights reserved BETE 31 . unique to spiral pattern. SUPERIOR PERFORMANCE CHARACTERISTICS • Sprays composed of droplets 30% to 50% smaller than conventional designs at equivalent pressures • Extraordinarily large surface area of spray enhances evaporation and cooling • Rugged. Fire Protection Approved This BETE high efficiency spiral was designed specifically with critical fire and explosion suppression applications in mind. compact design • Multiple concentric cone spray.. maximizes contact SUPERIOR FIRE/LOSS PREVENTION APPLICATIONS • Gas wellhead protection • Safeguarding ship-borne cargo • Storage tank protection • Secondary explosion protection in explosive dusty environments • Mitigation of HF and other toxic gas releases N6 nozzles protect a propane storage tank from fire and explosion. Coast Guard approved Call for the name of your nearest BETE representative.S.) *U.

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5. TEST PROCEDURES .

drain valves and pipeline correctly installed. Preparation Prior to Testing.7 Flush line. inlet. All relevant drawings for the system must be available for the test. Installation according to drawings.1.1. B311-2-HF-IP on foam filling procedure) 3. 3. Drain valve in closed position. 3. Type of document Document No. . 2. manometer.1.1. 3.2 Fittings on foam storage tank Ball valves. This may have a damaging influence on the foam concentrate. Flush line with valve correctly installed. (Refer to Doc. B349 & B350 GENERAL The intention of this document is to give a brief explanation of the items on the enclosed inspection chart. date Approved by Page XYY 21.4 TPW. PROCEDURE 1. No. Check that the workmanship is good quality.foam proportioner Check that the proportional is correctly installed and have the right dimension.3 Tank outlet. MOBILE OFFSHORE DRILLING UNIT. filling line. drain valve.5 Foam liquid tank filling.6 Valves on water line. Non return valve installed in correct direction. Inlet. (if not refer to sheet no 1003-E for setting procedure) 3. B311-2-HF-IP on installation of bladder tank. Check that no grease from lubricated fittings may come in contact with the foam. outlet and drain valves to be left in closed position. Special Equipment Foam Concentrate for the test. appendix GM53-07-001.13 00 LJ Page 1 of 3 System Subject Ref.1. Refer to Doc. 3.1 Piping and valve dimensions 3. TEST PROCEDURE B349-HF-TP Issued by Date of issue Rev. Main valves water line correctly installed. Rev. Check proportional for correct setting (3%). including the drawings for the pipe work.1 Foam skid (central) 3.10.1. Check that the tank is filled with the correct amount of foam concentrate. The complete system should be inspected visually and be in accordance with Unitor plant drawings.1. 3. Open position. and flexible joint. SIS1588-12 HELIDECK FOAM HULL NO.

5.2 Flush line Flush line before installing nozzle. Closed section valve to nozzles.3. Section valves correctly installed. Type of document Document No.1 Correct valve position Water line open All section valve on helideck and refueling area foam/water line open monitors and hose reels valves closed Nozzle section valve closed. No. Section valve closed.3.13 00 LJ Page 2 of 3 System Subject Ref.1 Piping and valve dimension check Dimension in accordance with plant drawing.1. MOBILE OFFSHORE DRILLING UNIT.1.2 Start foam/deluge pump.1 Piping and valve dimension check Dimension in accordance with plat drawing. 3.3 Hose reels Check hose reels installed properly. 5. 3. 3.1. Normally it will be sufficient to check the system with only one monitor.3 Check that sprayer is properly installed.3 Helifuel Tank Area and Dispensing Unit 3.2 Helideck Area 3. Instruction plates Correct number of . 5.2.3 Nozzle test Open section valve to nozzles. Open the valve on monitor to be tested (one by one if test of all is required) Check proper function of both elevation. Closed monitor valve after test.1. 4. date Approved by Page XYY 21.4 Monitor test.1 With water 5. 5.installation and test. Check proper function of all sprayers. spray pattern and coverage. Check that nozzle is not choked. Function Test. Foam tank outlet closed.2.1.5 Hose reels test.2 Monitors Monitors installed and located in accordance with plant drawing and calculation. Monitor valves left in closed position. Open the valve to the hose reels (one by one if test of all is required) Closed hose reel valve after test. TEST PROCEDURE B349-HF-TP Issued by Date of issue Rev.10. Refer to foam deluge nozzle installation instruction. 3. throwing length and free movement.2. Rev. and thereafter with foam. The function test of the system should be first be carried out with water only. 3. Section valves correctly installed left in open position. Valve on flush line closed. SIS1588-12 HELIDECK FOAM HULL NO. . B349 & B350 3. Check piping system for possible leakage. rotation.3. 5.

2 Flush the foam/water line with sea water by running the foam pump for 1-2 minutes.4 The piping system should be drained by operation the drain valve(s). 6. After Test` 6.5 Drain monitor directly after flushing.2. 5. 5.13 00 LJ Page 3 of 3 System Subject Ref.2. all valves shall be set back to correct position.2. 5. 6. 5. painting. Valve on flush line closed. Open the nozzle and start spraying.10. Start foam pump. e. date Approved by Page XYY 21. Open section valve to nozzles Check foam is generated by sprayer. 6. Closed section valve nozzles. No. . elevation. 6. Type of document Document No. TEST PROCEDURE B349-HF-TP Issued by Date of issue Rev. rotation.1 Correct valve position Water line open All section valves on helideck and refueling are foam/water line open. and throwing length Closed monitor valve after test. Open inlet and outlet valves of foam tank. Nozzle section valve closed. Monitors and hose reels valve closed.3 Check proportional setting @ 3%.4 Monitor test.2 Test with foam This test will produce large amount of water and foam on the helideck and Helifuel Tank Area and Dispensing Unit. and that there is no restriction with respect to discharge of foam liquids into the sea.5 Hose Reels Test Open the section valve to the hose reels Pull out the hose from the reel and test the reach of the nozzle.6 Sprayers Nozzle test Check proportioner setting @ 3%.6 Refill foam liquid in tank to required quantity. 6. Open the valve on monitor to be tested (one by one if test of all is required) Check proper function of foam generation.2.2. Open outlet valve of foam tank and inlet valve to foam proportioner and return line. Rev. MOBILE OFFSHORE DRILLING UNIT.2.2 Start the foam/deluge pump 5. B349 & B350 5.3 When the complete system has been thoroughly flushed. 5. Close hose reel valve after test. Ensure that this is acceptable with respect to the work in progress. If not set at 3%.g. SIS1588-12 HELIDECK FOAM HULL NO. Foam outlet valve is closed.1 Closed outlet valve of foam tank. 6.

1.3 Helifuel Area & Dispensing Unit 3.1. 4 Instruction plate and signs .2 Foam storage tank level gauge 3.3 Position of nozzles.1.2 Helideck Area 3.4 TWP Foam Proportioner 3.7 Flush line 3.5 Foam tank filling line 3.1.1.2. non-return valve and foam vent & water vent valves 3.1 Piping and valves dimension 3.2.6 Valves on water line 3. Carried Not Carried Not Out Out Applicable 1 Preparation Prior to testing 2 Special equipment 3 Installation according to drawings 3. of Monitors 3.1 Foam central 3.1 Piping and valve dimensions 3.2 Flushing & drain line 3.1.3 Tank inlet & outlet valve.3 2 nos. of Hoses Reels 3.: ______________________________________ Present: Yard: _____________________________ Owner: __________________________ Class: ______________________________ WSE: __________________________ .2 2 nos.2.1 Piping and valves dimension 3.3. : ______________________________________ Unitor Plant No.3.1.3. Appendix 1 GM-53-07-01 INSPECTION CHART FOR HELIDECK FOAM SYSTEM Shipyard : ______________________________________ Hull No.

4 Monitor test 5. Remarks: Date: ______________ ______________________ _____________________ Signature / Yard Signature / Owner ______________________ _____________________ Signature / Class Signature / WSE .2 Start fire water pump 5.1 Check correct valves position 5. Note: The system is now in operative condition.4 Monitor test 5.2 Start fire water pump 5.1. After test 6.6 Refill foam tank if needed.5 Hose reel test 5.1 Close foam tank outlet valve 6.5 Hose reel test 5.1. 5.1.2.4 Drain all piping system 6.2 With foam 5.2.1.1 Check correct valves position 5.2.2. Appendix 1 GM-53-07-01 5 Function tests 5.3 Check proportional setting @ 3%.1 With water 5.2.1.3 Nozzle test 5.5 Drain all monitors 6.2 Flush out foam/water lines 6.6 Sprayers Nozzles test 6.3 Position valve to standby position 6.2.

6. OPERATING INSTRUCTION .

B350 GENERAL The new Skum Bladder Tank is designed to meet a wide variety of demands for many different applications. The directions given in this manual must be followed. MOBILE OFFSHORE DRILLING UNIT. Rev. 1. This means that the foam concentrates have the same pressure through the elastic bladder inside the Tank. 1.1 Transporting  During transport the air surrounding the bladder is evacuated to form a vacuum to prevent damages to the bladder. date Approved by Page XYY 21. No.2 Inspection  Inspect the bladder tank and any additional equipment for damage that might have occurred during transport. Type of document Document No.  Check marking and signs of the equipment against material specification / order confirmation.  Make sure that the bladder tank and its components are safely secured when installing and running the bladder tank system. do not open valves. The bladder tank system will inject foam concentrate in to the water supply piping. 1. SIS1588-12 HELIDECK FOAM HULL NO. This pressure will therefore feed the TP/TPW unit with foam concentrate from a pipe.13 00 LJ Page 1 of 7 System Subject Ref. B349 .  Locate the tank in it’s correct location and complete the pre-piping. . INSTALLATION  The installation is uncomplicated but must be carried out by qualified personnel. this pressure also pressurizes the Tank. This system will automatically and accurately proportion over a wide range of flows and pressures.10. INSTALLATION & MAINTENANCE INSTRUCTION FOR SKUM BLADDER TANK B349-HF-IP Issued by Date of issue Rev. The water supply feeds and pressurizes the TP/TPW unit. and downstream after the proportioner the premix has the right mixing rate.  Use only lifting gear and equipment that are well suited for the purpose. The required percentage can easily be set at the TP/TPW unit (proportioner).

MOBILE OFFSHORE DRILLING UNIT.3 Filling Instructions The instructions and methods must be followed to prevent personal injury and damages to the equipment. the bladder is filled with air. When filling the tank use suitable equipment.1 Normal Stand-By position The normal Stand-By Position valve status:  Valve 1 closed  Valve 2 closed. 1. to ensure it retains the right position in the tank shell. SIS1588-12 HELIDECK FOAM HULL NO.  Valve 5 closed. Rev. B349 . date Approved by Page XYY 21.  Valve 4 open. Keep the tank and the floor clean from foam concentrate.10.  Valve 7 open.  Valve 3 closed.3.  Pos 8. connection foam concentrate. All valves will be closed from factory. No. Caution: foam concentrate on the Tank is very slippery. Foam vent Water vent Level indicator Foam concentrate Water drain supply Non-return valve Water Foam solution Proportioner TP/TPW . Type of document Document No. B350 1.  Valve 6 closed.13 00 LJ Page 2 of 7 System Subject Ref. to prevent spillage use an overflow tube attached to the vent of the water and foam concentrate. During transport of the tank. INSTALLATION & MAINTENANCE INSTRUCTION FOR SKUM BLADDER TANK B349-HF-IP Issued by Date of issue Rev.

The tank is now completely full. Type of document Document No. MOBILE OFFSHORE DRILLING UNIT.  To let the air out. then close valve 1 and valve 3.3.  Close valve 2 and valve 5. INSTALLATION & MAINTENANCE INSTRUCTION FOR SKUM BLADDER TANK B349-HF-IP Issued by Date of issue Rev. Rev.10. B349 . Open valve 5 slowly. date Approved by Page XYY 21. then start the pump.  The tank indicates that it is almost filled when foam and air bubbles mixed together detected in valve 2.  Connect the foam concentrate pump to the feeding pipe (pos 8).13 00 LJ Page 3 of 7 System Subject Ref. shut of the hand pump and remove it.  Open valve 4 and valve 7. continue to fill until foam concentrate without air bubbles appears in valve 2. open first valve 2 and then valve 1. then open valve 3. Hand Pump Filling Foam Concentrate . No. The bladder tank system is now in normal Stand- By position and is ready to be activated. SIS1588-12 HELIDECK FOAM HULL NO. B350 1.2 Initial Filling  Inspect that all valves are closed.

then open valve 5 slowly.10.13 00 LJ Page 4 of 7 System Subject Ref. No. SIS1588-12 HELIDECK FOAM HULL NO. The tank is now completely full. INSTALLATION & MAINTENANCE INSTRUCTION FOR SKUM BLADDER TANK B349-HF-IP Issued by Date of issue Rev.  Isolate the tank by closing valve 4 and valve 7.3 Filling after discharge Caution: The bladder tank may be under pressure when opening valves. B349 .  Carefully vent pressure from tank by open valve 1. Rev. Hand Pump Filling Foam Concentrate . Do not put body or face in front of valve before pressure has been vented.  The Tank indicates that it is almost filled when foam and air bubbles mixed together detected in valve 2. remove the pump. close valve 2 and valve 5. The bladder tank system is now in normal Stand- By position and is ready to be activated.  To prevent spillages on the tank and floor use an overflow tube to the vent of the water and foam concentrate. continue to fill until foam without air bubbles appears in valve 2 and water stops flowing from valve 1. B350 1.  Stop the pump. Type of document Document No.  Connect the foam concentrate pump to the feeding pipe. Start pump. MOBILE OFFSHORE DRILLING UNIT. then close valve 1. date Approved by Page XYY 21.3.  Open valve 4 and valve 7.

this could take a while. clean the tank and the floor from foam concentrate to avoid injuries.10. Repeat filling procedure until foam without air bubbles appears in valve 2 and water stops flowing from valve 1. Type of document Document No.3.  When foam and air bubbles mixed together are detected in valve 2 stop fill and wait for the air bubbles to rise to the surface. otherwise use pump. INSTALLATION & MAINTENANCE INSTRUCTION FOR SKUM BLADDER TANK B349-HF-IP Issued by Date of issue Rev.13 00 LJ Page 5 of 7 System Subject Ref. B349 . MOBILE OFFSHORE DRILLING UNIT. SIS1588-12 HELIDECK FOAM HULL NO.  Isolate the tank by closing valve 4 and valve 7.4 Manual Filling Manual filling should only be required when very small amounts of foam concentrate need to be replaced. B350 1.  Close valve 2 then valve 1 and valve 3. Rev.  Open valve 3 and let all water drain from the tank.  The bladder tank system is now in normal Stand-By Position and is now ready to be activated. date Approved by Page XYY 21.  Use an overflow tube to drain the water at valve 1 and valve 3. Manual Filling .  Open valve 2 and hand fill the tank with suitable equipment. Caution: The bladder tank may be under pressure when opening valves. No.  Carefully vent pressure from tank by opening valve 1. The amount of drained water indicates the required amount of foam concentrate that needs to be filled. The foam concentrate is very slippery. Do not put body or face in front of valve before pressure has been vented.

MOBILE OFFSHORE DRILLING UNIT. SIS1588-12 HELIDECK FOAM HULL NO. If the system needs to be filled. then open valve 2. Type of document Document No.  Isolate the tank by close valve 4 and valve 7. If the foam concentrates level is acceptable and does not need to be refilled. date Approved by Page XYY 21.13 00 LJ Page 6 of 7 System Subject Ref. B349 .  Carefully vent pressure from the tank by opening valve 1.3 or 1. this may take some time.5 Level Indication (optional) To read/find the level of foam concentrate in the tank. when the tank is full with water close valve 1 and valve 2.  Open valve 6 and measure foam concentrate level.  Open valve 3 and let the water drain from the tank.  Close valve 6 and valve 3.  Open valve 4 and valve 7.3.4.  Fill the tank with water at valve 1. B350 1. Rev. follow the instruction 1. INSTALLATION & MAINTENANCE INSTRUCTION FOR SKUM BLADDER TANK B349-HF-IP Issued by Date of issue Rev. No.3.3. The bladder tank is now in normal Stand-By Position and is now ready to be activated Level indicator Water .10.

Inspect the fire water supply system to ensure that it will be operational when required. TROUBLE SHOOTING Check all valves to ensure that they are in the normal Stand-By position. Type of document Document No. B349 . Check flange bolts for tightness. Rev. INSTALLATION & MAINTENANCE INSTRUCTION FOR SKUM BLADDER TANK B349-HF-IP Issued by Date of issue Rev. If using motor driven control valves make sure there is power. sprinkler heads etc) being operated. Make sure that water supply system delivers right pressure and flow.10. 3.4. MOBILE OFFSHORE DRILLING UNIT. SIS1588-12 HELIDECK FOAM HULL NO.1 Maintenance Check all valves to insure that they are in the normal Stand-By position according to instruction in 1.1. close valve 5 and valve 4 flush the proportioner and the system by allowing the main water supply to flow until clear water issues from devices (foam generators. After using the system. . No. Make sure that there is foam concentrate in the bladder. Check flanges and piping for leakage. Ensure that there is freedom of movements in the valves. MAINTENANCE AND INSPECTION 2. 2.2 Inspection Inspect the system for physical damage and repair. B350 2.13 00 LJ Page 7 of 7 System Subject Ref. date Approved by Page XYY 21.

MOBILE OFFSHORE DRILLING UNIT – HELIDECK FOAM SIS1588-12 HULL NO. OPERATING INSTRUCTION Helideck Area In case of fire on the helideck area. OPERATING INSTRUCTION B349-HF-OP Issued by Date of issue Rev. Inform officer on duty immediately. 2. 3. Start the foam/deluge pump from Helideck Area. Drawing Ref: 1. Open respective valve(s) for foam monitors on deck. Respective valve(s) for foam/deluge pump are considered to be in open position and standby. 6. 4. Operating Instruction B. B349 & B350 A. date Approved by Page XYY 21. System is in operation. 5. Type of document Document No. Open the foam tank inlet and outlet valves. . 7. Piping Diagram Foam 2. Open the main valve for the helideck monitor at the foam station. the following procedures are to be carried out: 1.13 00 LJ Page 1 of 2 System Subject Ref. No. Rev.10.

Close foam tank inlet and outlet valves. No. . date Approved by Page XYY 21. 11. 8. 1. Rev.13 00 LJ Page 2 of 2 System Subject Ref.10. Close respective valve(s) for foam monitors/nozzles on deck. B349 & B350 C. 4. Start flushing for about five (5) minutes. Keep the pump running. 10. MOBILE OFFSHORE DRILLING UNIT – HELIDECK FOAM SIS1588-12 HULL NO. 3. Set all valves to right position (open/close). System is ready for operation. flush the foam line to remove remaining foam concentrate in piping. stop pump. Refill foam concentrates if need be. Empty oscillating device of the monitor manually moving monitor to end position draining monitor. 7. Type of document Document No. After flushing. 2. 5. Drain water from tank. 9. LINE FLUSHING After Fire or testing. OPERATING INSTRUCTION B349-HF-OP Issued by Date of issue Rev. Drain piping system via drain valve(s). 6.

7. MAINTENANCE INSTRUCTION .

Type of document Document No. * Check function of all selection valves and lubricate if required. Rev. (See filling instructions) * Inspect fittings. * Send sample of foam concentrate to nearest Unitor office or approved laboratory for testing. to ensure that the fire fighting systems works safely when needed in case of fire. MAINTENANCE SCHEDULE 1. Tighten flange connections as required. . date Approved by Page XYY 21. MAINTENANCE INSTRUCTION B349-HF-MI Issued by Date of issue Rev. B349 & B350 GENERAL The Unitor Fixed Foam system is designed with the objective of keeping the maintenance level as low as possible. Refill if required. Check that the adjustment screw is set to correct mixing ration. it will not be in continuous use. The following system inspection and maintenance will be recommended. MOBILE OFFSHORE DRILLING UNIT HELIDECK FOAM SIS1588-12 HULL NO. No.10. The foam system is part of the safety equipment. This means that the performance and condition of the system will not be continuously reveal itself. As such. But some regular maintenance will always be required.13 00 LJ Page 1 of 2 System Subject Ref. Furthermore. Foam Central (Annually) * Check the foam bladder tank visually for any damages or leakage. Make sure to use a clean bottle for the sample * Inspect the pressure gauge for visible damage and function of isolating valve. inlet. * Inspect the proportioner for damage. outlet and non-return valve for visible damage. * Check the level of foam concentrate. long periods of inactivity of the system will tend to increase the risk of getting parts of the system clogged or stuck. Damaged foam concentrate must be replaced. Lubricate valve if necessary.

Repair or replace if required. Type of document Document No. * Check movement of monitors (elevation and rotation) * Start the fire pump for two (2) seconds.13 00 LJ Page 2 of 2 System Subject Ref. Lubricate valves if necessary * Check that all isolation valves are in the right position (open/closed). Function Test (Every half year) * Perform a function test of the foam system (refer to test procedure and inspection chart . correct rotation). with discharge of water through the test/drain. MOBILE OFFSHORE DRILLING UNIT HELIDECK FOAM SIS1588-12 HULL NO. 3. * Check system for corrosion or physical damages of any kind. date Approved by Page XYY 21. to ensure that the system is set ready for proper action. No. and monitors.10. Rev. B349 & B350 2. . to make sure that it works (no electrical failure. System (Annually) * Inspect piping and all valves for visually damage. * Operate all isolation valves to make sure they do not stick. this will cause damage to the pump.section 11). MAINTENANCE INSTRUCTION B349-HF-MI Issued by Date of issue Rev. Do not run the pump for a longer period in dry condition.