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ORCA IIA
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S e w a g e Tr e a t m e n t S y s t e m

UP TO 70 PEOPLE

ORCA IIA sewage treatment systems are U.S. Coast Guard/IMO and EC Certified. The ORCA IIA is a Type II physical/chemical marine sanitation device (MSD) utilizing 5% chlorine solution for disinfection and is designed specifically for marine applications. The ORCA IIA is equipped with a solid-state microprocessor control and monitoring system which automatically controls the treatment of sewage, warns of any shutdown, and pinpoints any malfunctions. The ORCA IIA operates on demand only…therefore the system draws power only when treatment is needed. The treatment process is simple and designed to be sludge free.

General Dimensions
CAPACITY
Model ORCA IIA-24 ORCA IIA-36 ORCA IIA-70 No. of People 24 36 70 720 1,080 2,500 Per Day gals. liters 2,725 4,088 9,462 lbs. 660 775 1,450 Dry kgs. 299 352 658 lbs. 890 1,075 2,100

WEIGHT
Wet kgs. 404 488 953 Length(A) in. 37.3 44.3 56.0 mm 946 1,124 1,422

DIMENSIONS
Depth(B) in. 23.0 23.0 29.0 mm 584 584 737 in. 46.4 46.4 50.0 Height(C) mm 1,178 1,178 1,270

• For low-volume flush or vacuum toilets, the maximum number of people can be doubled. • Consult Envirovac for sizing when vacuum toilets are applicable.

Enhanced System Features*
• Integrated hypochlorite pump - replaces gravity feed system - replaces solenoid and metering valves - reduces corrosion • New level float switches • Redesigned pressure relief valve • Additional sacrificial anode • Redesigned sediment tank floats • New flow pump components for ORCA IIA-70 features stainless steel impeller * Many features available as upgrade kits for existing ORCA systems.

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Marine Sanitation Device (MSD)

Process Description
1. Raw sewage enters treatment tank and is macerated and chlorinated. 2. Macerated sewage is continuously recirculated and passes through retention/reduction screen. Screen is continuously backwashed to prevent build-up. 3. Flow pump transfers effluent into sedimentation modules. Remaining solids fall to bottom and are reprocessed. 4. Clean effluent is discharged overboard.

Technical Specifications
DISCHARGE CAPACITY
IIA-24, 36 A) 60 Hz power B) 50 Hz power 14 GPM (0.88 l/s) @ 35 psi (241 kPa) 11 GPM (0.69 l/s) @ 35 psi (241 kPa) IIA-70 28 GPM (1.77 l/s) @ 35 psi (241 kPa) 21 GPM (1.32 l/s) @ 35 psi (241 kPa)

HYPOCHLORITE (BLEACH) REQUIREMENTS
ORCA IIA-24, 36, 70 1 (one) gallon bleach per 480 gallons incoming sewage 1 (one) liter per 487 liters • ORCACLOR hypochlorite generators available

MOTOR OUTPUT
ORCA IIA-24, 36 ORCA IIA-70 1.2 KW 0.8 KW 2.0 KW Flow Pump Macerator Total 3.0 Hp 1.0 Hp 4.0 Hp 2.4 KW 0.8 KW 3.2 KW Flow Pump 1.5 Hp 1.0 Hp 2.5 Hp

BACKWASH DEMAND
IIA-24, 36 12 GPM (0.76 l/s) @ 40 psi (275 kPa) IIA-70 24 GPM (1.51 I/s) @ 40 psi (275 kPa)

Macerator Total

CONNECTIONS
IIA-24, 36 (1) Sewage Inlet Vent Backwash Water Inlet Treated Effluent Discharge Bleach Tank Connection 3 in. ANSI Flange 1-1/2 in. ANSI Flange 1/2 in. ANSI Flange 3/4 in. ANSI Flange 3/8 in. OD. Polyethylene Tubing (10 feet) 2. ORCA IIA-70 flanges are DN compatible. IIA-70 (2) 3 in. ANSI Flange 2 in. ANSI Flange 1 in. ANSI Flange 1-1/2 in. ANSI Flange 3/8 in. OD. Polyethylene Tubing (10 feet)

ELECTRICAL
IIA-24, 36 A) 230 VAC, 1 phase, 60 Hz; 30 amps B) 220-208 VAC, 3 phase, 60 Hz; 20 amps C) 220-230 VAC, 3 phase, 60 Hz; 15 amps D) 380 VAC, 3 phase, 5O Hz; l5 amps E) 440-460 VAC, 3 phase, 60 Hz; 15 amps X X X X X X X IIA-70

1. Mating flanges, gaskets and hardware are supplied by ENVIROVAC.

SEWAGE CAPACITY
IIA-24, 36 Daily Capacity Surge Capacity Intermittent Sewage Rating Standard Toilets Vacuum Toilets 10 GPM (0.63 I/s) 6 GPM (0.38 I/s) 14 GPM (.88 l/s) 10 GPM (.63 I/s) 720-1,080 gals. (2,725-4,100 l) 40 GPM (2.52 l/s) for 8 seconds IIA-70 2,500 gals. (9,450 l) 150 GPM (9.46 l/s) for 8 seconds

ORCA IIA-24

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ORCA IIA
®

S e w a g e Tr e a t m e n t S y s t e m

FOR 165 TO 500 PEOPLE

ORCA IIA sewage treatment systems are U.S. Coast Guard /IMO and EC Certified. The ORCA IIA is a Type II physical /chemical marine sanitation system (MSD) utilizing 5% chlorine solution for disinfection and is designed specifically for marine applications. The ORCA IIA system is equipped with a PLC control and monitoring system which automatically controls the treatment of sewage, warns of any shutdown, and pinpoints any malfunctions. The ORCA IIA operates on demand only…therefore the system draws power only when treatment is needed. The treatment process is simple and designed to be sludge free.

General Dimensions
CAPACITY
Model ORCA IIA-165* ORCA IIA-330* ORCA IIA-500* No. of People 165 330 500 Per Day gals. 5,000 10,000 15,000 liters 18,925 37,850 56,775 lbs. 2,050 2,325 2,600 Dry kgs. 930 1,055 1,180 lbs. 4,250 5,460 6,400

WEIGHT
Wet kgs. 2,050 2,477 2,903 Length(A) in. 65.5 76.8 88.1 mm 1,663 1.950 2,238

DIMENSIONS
Depth(B) in. 40 40 40 mm 1,016 1,016 1,016 in. 74.5 74.5 74.5 Height(C) mm 1,892 1,892 1,892

* The large ORCA IIA-165, 330 and 500 ships completely assembled and breaks down into three modular pieces for easy access into the vessel.

Enhanced System Features
• Added clear inspection cover • Updated control panel • Added backwash pressure switch

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Marine Sanitation Device (MSD)

Process Description
1. Raw sewage enters treatment tank is macerated and chlorinated. 2. Macerated sewage is continuously recirculated and passes through retention/reduction screen. Screen is continuously backwashed to prevent build-up. 3. After passing through the retention/reduction screen, the sewage flows through a series of sedimentation tanks. 4. Suspended solids are allowed to settle and are returned to the treatment tank via a sludge return pump for reprocessing. 5. Clean effluent passes through the sedimentation modules and is discharged overboard.

Technical Specifications
DISCHARGE CAPACITY
A) 60 Hz power: 90 GPM (5.7 l/s) at 27 ft. (8.2 m) discharge head B) 50 Hz power: 90 GPM (5.7 l/s) at 21 ft. (6.5 m) discharge head • ORCA IIA-165/330/500 are designed in 3 piece configuration

SEWAGE CAPACITY
Daily Capacity Surge Capacity Intermittent Sewage Rating Standard Toilets Vacuum Toilets 60 GPM (3.8 l/s) 30 GPM (1.9 l/s) 5,000-15,000 gals. (19-57 m3) 900 GPM (57 l/s) for 8 seconds

BACKWASH DEMAND
35 GPM (2.2 l/s) @ 0-5 ft. (0-1.5 m) Flooded suction required.

CONNECTIONS
Sewage Inlet Vent Backwash Water Inlet Treated Effluent Discharge Bleach Tank Connection 4 in. ANSI Flange 2 in. ANSI Flange 2 in. ANSI Flange 1-1/2 in. ANSI Flange 3/8 in. O.D. Polyethylene Tubing (15 feet)

HYPOCHLORITE (BLEACH) REQUIREMENTS
1 (one) gallon bleach per 480 gallons incoming sewage 1 (one) liter per 487 liters • ORCACLOR hypochlorite generators available

MOTOR OUTPUT
ORCA IIA-165/330/500 Backwash Pump Discharge Pump Macerator Pump Sludge Pump Total 2.0 Hp 2.0 Hp 2.0 Hp 1.0 Hp 7.0 Hp 1.5 KW 1.5 KW 1.5 KW 0.8 KW 5.3 KW

• ORCA IIA 165/330/500 flange connections are DN compatible

ELECTRICAL
A) 440/460 VAC, 3 phase, 60 Hz: 15 amps B) 380 VAC, 3 phase, 50 Hz: 20 amps

EFFLUENT STANDARDS FOR ORCA ORCA IIA-165
System certification USCG/IMO with effluent quality not exceeding the following: Suspended solids...50 mg/l, Fecal Coliform...250 (mpn)/100 ml, B.O.D.5...50 mg/l, Residual Chlorine...50 mg/l.

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ORCACLOR
Process Description
ORCACLOR is an electrolytic device that produces chlorine from sea water. Chlorinated water is produced to disinfect the sewage in the treatment tank. ORCACLOR is designed to supplement the existing bleach tank. If sea water is temporarily unavailable, the marine sanitation device operation can continue with the use of the bleach tank. The ORCACLOR is installed in the backwash water pipe leading to the marine sanitation device. Chlorine is produced based on the cell current and backwash water flow rate. The ORCACLOR is controlled by the MSD to automatically produce chlorine on demand.

Automatic Electrolytic Chlorine Generator

(Optional equipment for use with ORCA IIA MSD)

General Dimensions
DIMENSIONS (APPROXIMATE)
ORCACLOR ORCA Model IIA-24, 36 IIA-70, 165 IIA-330,500 Model 586B 587B 588B 1 2 4 0.44 0.88 1.76 Cells KW Weight (Appx.) lbs 67 124 180 kgs. 31 57 83 in. 7 11.4 11.4 (A) mm 178 290 290 in. 21.2 27 32 (B) mm 540 686 813 in. 27 34.3 39 (C) mm 686 872 991 in. 17.5 26.5 26.5 (D) mm 445 572 674 in. 8.2 8.2 8.2 (E) mm 209 209 209 in. 15 24 24 (F) mm 381 508 610

• Two ORCACLORS are required for ORCA IIA-500

Technical Specifications
Sea Water Demand Sea water flow rate of 12-35 GPM (0.76-2.2 l/s). Maximum pressure of 40 psi (275 kPa) for ORCAIIA-24/36/70 CONNECTIONS
ORCACLOR MODEL 586B 587B 588B POWER 230 VAC 1 ph 50/60 Hz 2 amps 4 amps 8 amps Inlet 1 1-1/2 1-1/2 HOSE BARB (IN) Outlet 1 1-1/2 1-1/2 Drain 1 1-1/2 1-1/2 Vent 1 1 1

Transfer Kits for ORCA’s
There are certain applications which require the installation of a system to transfer sewage to the ORCA. A collection tank (shipyard supplied) may be needed to control the flow of sewage to the ORCA IIA unit. This system automatically transfers the correct amount of sewage to the ORCA for processing. The ENVIROVAC transfer kit consists of: • Grinder pump (connected to the ship’s black water holding tank) • Control panel (interfaced with the ORCA control panel) • Level switches (installed in the ship’s black water holding or surge tank) Contact ENVIROVAC or your local ORCA agent to determine if a transfer system is required with your ORCA. MOTOR OUTPUT
ORCA IIA-24, 36, 70 ORCA IIA-165, 330, 500 1.0 Hp 2.0 Hp 0.8 KW 1.5 KW

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V a c u u m C o l l e c t i o n H o l d i n g Tr a n s f e r ( V C H T )
Vacuum Collection Holding Transfer systems are designed to work in conjunction with ORCA equipment. For ships, the EVAC 1.2 liter flush toilet is available in either deck or bulkhead mounted designs. Vacuum toilets are made of vitreous china or stainless steel. The EVAC vacuum collection system is designed to utilize either sewage powered ejectors or vacuum pumps to create vacuum. Benefits of vacuum collection compared to gravity systems are the reduction in sewage volume, smaller piping and vertical lift capability. Vacuum piping allows flexibility in the routing of pipes and is not affected by the pitch and roll of the vessel. Over 6,500 vacuum systems are currently installed in cargo carriers, cruise ships, destroyers, ferries, freighters, frigates, gambling vessels, mine hunters, patrol vessels, work boats, and yachts of all shapes and sizes. Four ejector system

VACUUM PUMP 7 CFM

50 GALLON SEWAGE COLLECTION TANK

CONTROL PANEL

Deck Mounted VT-900 Bulkhead Mounted VT-900

S m a l l Ve s s e l S y s t e m ( S V S )
The ENVIROVAC Small Vessel System (SVS) is a sewage collection system which uses a rotary vane vacuum pump and vacuum tank. The SVS is designed specifically to function with a small ORCA or on top of a larger holding tank. The SVS has a 50 gallon holding tank and is designed for black water collection only. The SVS is currently available in 440/3/60, 208/3/60, 380/3/50 and 220/1/60 standard power configurations.

MODEL IIA—24/36

Small Vessel System (SVS) with ORCA

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