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Service Bulletin

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

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FRAMO Portable Cargo Pump

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FRAMO Portable Cargo Pump is an excellent stand-by pump, adding a high degree of extra safety on board all vessels, equipped with FRAMO pumping system. But sorry to say

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stored in an unacceptable way. .../. Ifonce needed in an emergencl sitation

equipmentis not in "ship-snape condition, i.e. lack of maintenance,
ruined hoses and snap-on couplings, wrong connection to the main system, or misunderstanding during operation.

-the p'ortable pumping

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

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

FRAMO

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

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Venting

Snap-on coupling-station (Latestdesign)
. Connect return side first - then the pressure side. . The back - pressure must be zero. . Use the venting plug to release the pressure.
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Highlights/advise for handling and operation of FRAMOPortable Pump
A) How to connect the pump to the main system
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Alwaysconnect the snap-on coupling on the return side first.
Then connect the pressure side in the same way. Be sure that the snap-on couplings are secured by means of the locking ring- and that the locking screw on the starting head (flow control valve) is secured. Start the pump slowly and run it on deck for about 30 sec. to make sure that oil flow is free and the pump runs normal,- flush the seal area with water. Never hook-up the portable pump to the main system without using a flow control valve for speed control of the portable pump!

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Correct operation of equipment during pumping Handling: . lower the portable pump into the cargo tank by means of a sling, and newer

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

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

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

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Discharge capacity will increase if the back pressure is reduced to a minimum. If possible use the portable pump to transfer the cargo to another cargo tank and discharge the cargo ashore with the main cargo pump.

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

Cleaning:

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

Disconnection:

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

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

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

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TESTING OF THE PORTABLE PUMP

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Once a year we recommend

to run a function,

capacity

and drill test of the

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

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Hoist the portable

pump into the sea (the ship is not sailing)

or into an

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

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

Yours faithfully FRANK MOHN SERVICES A/S

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