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GENERAL
1. The test to be carried out

in the presence of Owner's supervisor and Classifications (NK)

surveyor, if necessary.
2. The test time to be notified to the Owners, Classification (NK) and Builders relative sections by
the section, which conducts the test.
3. The test records to be prepared and offered to the Owner and Classification (NK) by design
section.
Witness
No.

Test Item

Owner

Classification

Page

(NK)

Cargo Gear Handling System

P.2 P.4

Lifeboat Lowering & Lifting

P.5 P.9

3
4
5

Air-conditioning System
(Include Mechanical Vent. System)
Refrigerating Provision Plant
CO2 Fire
Extinguishing System

P.10 P.18

P.19 P.23

P.24 P.35

Life-raft Installation

P.36

Fire Fighting Equipment

P.37

2.6T spare Parts Handling Crane

P.38 P.39

Emergency Engine Generator Set

P.40 P.41

P.42

P.43

10

Water ingress alarm


& Dewatering system

11

Bilge suction system

12

Noise measurement

P. 44 P.49

1. Test of cargo gear handling system


1.1.

1.2.

System outline
System type

IHI Hydraulic Deck Crane

Hoisting load

30.5Tons

Working angle

20

Max. Slewing radius

24m

Min. Slewing radius

3.5m

Test load and boom elevation angle


Test load

35.5tons

Elevation angle

20

The weight of test load to be checked in the presence of Classification's (NK) surveyor, Owner's
supervisor and Inspection section's member.
1.3.

Test
The following test to be carried out and to be checked whether each component of the deck
crane move normally.

(A) Crane & Jib strength test


Over load test

Rated load (30.5 Tons) + 5 tons = 35.5 tons

Slewing angle

360endless

Slewing zone

Refer to the following figure

Brake test, lowering test to be carried out.

(B) Limit Switch Operation Test


To be ascertained whether the following switches will act surely.
1) Hoisting limit

Upper and lower limit of hoisting motion.

2) Luffing limit

Max. and min. Jib angle & jib lower position.

3) Differential limit

Distance limit between hook unit and jib top

4) Rope slack detector

For hoisting wire rope only

5) Starter interlock

Handle neutral position at starting

6) Emergency stop

All motion are stopped in case of emergency.

SLEWING ZONE

1.4.

Test record of cargo gear handling system


1. Date and place
Date

: 5th Oct. 2009

Place

: Alongside of Kandas wharf

2. Attendant
Class. (NK) surveyor

: Mr. Ohki

Owner's representative

: Mr. Matsumoto / Mr. Hoshi

Shipyard's staff

: Inspect. Sect. Tanaka

Number of deck crane

No.1

No.2

Type of deck crane

No.4

24M (R)
35.5T

Test load (jib angle)

Safety device

No.3

(20)

Hoisting limit (upper / lower)

GOOD

GOOD

GOOD

GOOD

Luffing limit (lower position)

GOOD

GOOD

GOOD

GOOD

Luffing limit (max / min)

GOOD

GOOD

GOOD

GOOD

Differential limit

GOOD

GOOD

GOOD

GOOD

Rope slack detector

GOOD

GOOD

GOOD

GOOD

Starter interlock

GOOD

GOOD

GOOD

GOOD

Emergency stop

GOOD

GOOD

GOOD

GOOD

GOOD

GOOD

GOOD

GOOD

Brake test

2. Test of lifeboat lowering & lifting


2.1.

Principal particulars of lifeboat


No.1

No.2

Life/rescue boat.

Lifeboat only

(mm)

5,300

5,300

Breadth (mm)

2,300

2,300

Depth

1,000

1,000

Complement (Lifeboat condition)

25 P

25 P

Complement (Rescue boat condition)

6P

Stowage

S. side

P. side

Weight of boat

1,800

1,800

150

150

235

235

1,875

1,875

(450)

Total weight WbWeWeight of person

3,910

3,910

( Rescue boat condition)

(2,485)

Length

(mm)

Wb (kgs)
Weight of SLING, ROPE & etc.
Ws (kgs)
Weight of Equipment
We (kgs)
Weight of person Lifeboat condition
(75kg/person 25p)
Weight of person Rescue boat condition
(75kg/person 6p)

2.2.

Test load and condition

The weight used for the test to be checked accurately and provided in accordance with the following
table in the presence of Classification's (NK) surveyor, Owner's supervisor and Inspection Section's
member.
The test to be carried out to apply same load on the lifeboats of both sides which will] be loaded on
the lifeboat.
(A) Swing out test & Brake test
Weight condition

Test Load

Actual load

4,466 kgs

2,281 kgs

Test load = 1.1( Wb + We + Ws + 75Kg 25p)


Actual load = Test load - (Wb+We+Ws)
(B) Lowering test
Case1

Test Load

Actual load

(Lifeboat lowering)

4,060 kgs

1,875 kgs

Test load = Wb + We + Ws + 75Kg 25p


Actual load = Test load - (Wb+We+Ws)
Case2

Test Load

Actual load

(Rescue boat lowering)

2,635 kgs

450 kgs

Test load = Wb + We + Ws + 75Kg 6p


Actual load = Test load - (Wb + Ws)
Case3

Test Load

Actual load

(Lifeboat lowering)

2,185 kgs

0 kgs
Test load = Wb + We + Ws

(C) Lifting test


Only P. side

Test Load

Actual load

2,335 kgs

150 kgs

Test load = Wb + We + Ws + 75Kg 2p


Actual load = Test load - (Wb+We+Ws)
Only S. side

Test Load

Actual load

Rescue boat condition

2,635 kgs

450 kgs

Test load = Wb + We + Ws + 75Kg 6p


Actual load = Test load - (Wb+We+Ws)

2.3.

Test and observation

The test to be carried as follows


(A) Swing out test & Brake test
Lifeboat to be swing out from stowing position and outreach to be measured.
Lifeboat to be lowered by loosing the brake.
During the lowering, the brake action by counter weight to be inspected.
(B) Lowering test
At loaded Case1, Case2 & Case3 condition, lowering speed to be measured.
Required lowering speed (m/s)

S = 0.4 + 0.02 H = 0.678 m/s

Where H = height in meters from davit head to the waterline at the lightest seagoing condition :
13.90rn (at Ballast condition)
Not more than 1. 3m/s (SOLAS required)

0.678 m/s S 1.3 m/s

At loaded Case3, the rescue boat to be lowered, and lowering speed to be measured.
At this case required lowering speed (m/s)
S1 0.7 ( 0.4 + 0.02 H ) = 0.475 m/s
(C) Lifting test
The lifeboat to be lifted and stowed / installed in the position by boat winch.
During this test, hoisting speed and recovery time of rescue boat to be measured.
Required hoisting speed : Not less than 0.3 m/s on rescue boat condition
Automatic cut-off appliance (limit switch) and manual handling of hoisting winch to be confirmed.
(D) Provision for hanging-off the rescue boat test
Confirm the installation of the hanging-off equipment.
(E) Release gear test
Confirm the release and the restoration of the release gear.
(F) Engine operation test
Confirm the engine starting and the clutch operation for forward, astern and neutral.
(G) Rescue boat launching at 5 knots test
Confirm that possible to be launching at 5 knots.

2.4.

Test record of lifeboat / rescue boat lowering


1. Date and place
Date

: 7th Oct. 2009

Place

: Alongside of Kandas wharf

2. Attendant
Class. (NK) surveyor

: Mr. Ohki

Owner s representative : Mr. Matsumoto / Mr. Hoshi


Shipyards staff

: Inspect. Sect. Tanaka

3. Measurement equipment
ITEM

MANAGEMENT No.

Measurement tape

DI - 72

Sounding tape

DI - 43

Stop watch

DI - 19

4. Condition of the Vessel


Draft (M)

Fore

4.067 M

Trim (M)

2.526 M

Heel (M)

0M

Midship 5.275 M

Aft.

6.593 M

5. Ability of lifeboat davit


A) Swing out test

No.1 (Rescue boat)

No.2 (Lifeboat)

Starting ability

GOOD

GOOD

Starting by hand brake

GOOD

GOOD

Outreach

760 mm

800 mm

Brake test

GOOD

GOOD

Case1 condition

1.00 m/sec.

0.91 m/sec.

Case2 condition

0.84 m/sec.

Case3 condition

0.59 m/sec.

0.67 m/sec.

GOOD

GOOD

B) Lowering test

C) Lifting test
Lifting ability of Lifeboat
Lifting speed of Rescue boat

0.41 m/sec.

Recovery time of Rescue boat

80 sec.

Automatic cut-off appliance

GOOD

GOOD

Manual handing of winch

GOOD

GOOD

D) Provision for hanging-off


the rescue boat test

GOOD

E) Release gear test

GOOD

GOOD

F) Engine operation test

GOOD

GOOD

G) Launching at 5knots test


1. Date and place
Date

: 22 Oct. 2009

Place

: SEA TRIAL

2. Attendant
Class. (NK) surveyor

: Mr. Ohki

Owner s representative : Mr. Matsumoto / Mr. Hoshi


Shipyards staff

: Inspect. Sect. Tanaka

3. Record
Rescue boat condition

GOOD

Life boat condition

GOOD

10

MESSRS.,

KANDA SHIPBUILDING CO.,LTD.


S,No.522

TEST RESULT OF AIR COND. PLANT

Remarks
Rev. 1
Rev. 2
Rev. 3

11

TEST RESULT OF AIR CONDITIONING PLANT


This test shall be carried out after onboard construction has finished,
in the presence of super intendent the ship owner and surveyor of shipyard.
1. GENERAL ITEMS
1-1 Date
1-2 Place
1-3 Rules
1-4 Inspector (s) attended
1-5 Persons in charge of tests
1-6 Persons in charge of measurements

:October 23, 2009


: KANDA SHIPBUILDING CO., LTD.
: NK
:Inspect. Sect. Tanaka
:Mr. Maeda
: Daikin MR Engineering CO.,Ltd.

2. VENTILATION TEST OF AIR CONDITIONING SYSTEM (on board)


1) Preparation of test
1) Electric system to be confirmed.
2) The direction of rotation of fan to be confirmed.
3) Attachment of air outlet and inlet the rooms to be confirmed.
4) Smooth opening and shutting movement of dampers to be confirmed.
2) Method of test
1) Air cond. fan and exhaust fan to be operated.
2) Air velocity at the air outlet and air inlet to be measured by
ANEMOMASTER and air quantity to be calculated.
3) Measuring items (those listed on the attached sheets)
1) Air velocity at air outlet in all the living rooms. (Air cond. duct line)
2) Air velocity at all mechanical exhaust inlets. (Mechanical exhaust duct lines)
3. AIR CONDITIONING TEST (on board)
3-1 Cooling test
3-1-1 Performance test of air conditioning unit
Only performance test to be carried out when climate condition does not permit.
1) Preparation of test
Pressure switch to be calibrated / adjusted.
2) Method of test
Ref. machine to be operated and fix the pressure at designed level by opening and shutting
valves.
3) Check points
Dual pressure switch, oil protection switch and low pressure switch to be checked,
and adjusted if necessary.

12

3-1-2 Cooling test of air conditioning system


1) Preparation of test
Ventilation test and performance test to have been finished.
All windows and doors in living rooms to be shut and no one to be attended in
measuring room except for the persons of measuring
The louver of the entrance door at the living room to be opened completely and
no obstacle for air circulation to be confirmed.
2) Method of test
Rooms for measurement to be selected. (one room for starboard side & port side
on each deck to be measured in general.)
3) Measuring Items (those listed on the attached sheet)
1.Electric current value of fan and compressor motor.
2.Temperature and humidity of ref. machine room, air cond, unit room outside air,
passage way and measured rooms. (every 1 hour)
3.High, low and oil pressure of compressor.
4.Pressure and temperature of the inlet and outlet of cooling water of the condenser.
Remark : When outdoor air conditions are not suitable for the cooling test, only compressor
operation shall be checked.
3-2 Heating test of air conditioning system
1) Preparation of test
Steam vent test to be carried out before heating test.
Steam regulator valves to be adjusted.
Ventilation test to have been finished.
All windows and doors in living rooms to be shut and no one to be attended in
measuring room except for the persons of measuring.
The louver of the entrance door at the living room to be opened completely and
no obstacle for air circulation to be confirmed.

NAV.

NAV.
C

C
B

B
A

DK

ROOM NAME

2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31

NAV.TOIL.
NAV.LKR.
3/ENG.
ELECT.
2/ENG.
C/ENG.BED RM.
C/ENG.DAY RM.
OFF'S LAUNDRY
CAP.OFFICE
CAP.DAY RM.
CAP.BED RM.
2/OFF.
PILOT
3/OFF.
CREW'S SPARE (2P)
OIL. (C)
OIL. (B)
OIL. (A)
OFF'S SPARE
1/ENG.
WIP.
BOS'N
C/OFF.
A/SM(A)
A/SM(B)
A/SM(C)
O/SM(A)
O/SM(B)
CREW'S TOIL.& SH.
CREW'S MESS & REC.

1 WHEEL HOUSE

NO

DESIGNED
ROOM
AIR
AIR
DIFFUSER
AIR
VOLUME CHANGE VOLUME
TYPE
NO AREA VELOCITY
M3
T/H
M3/H
M2
M/S
137.1
10.0
1371 P 6
X 10 0.0044
8.2
P 3 1/2
X 2 0.0014
7.2
5.2
6.0
31 P 4
X 1 0.002
4.3
5.2
6.0
31 P 4
X 1 0.002
4.3
18.9
8.0
246 A 17
X 1 0.024
2.8
18.9
8.0
198 A 15
X 1 0.0177
3.1
20.9
8.0
215 A 15
X 1 0.0177
3.4
16.9
8.0
197 A 15
X 1 0.0177
3.1
39.8
8.0
400 A 15
X 2 0.0177
3.1
5.5
6.0
33 P 4
X 1 0.002
4.6
25.4
8.0
251 A 17
X 1 0.024
2.9
39.6
8.0
390 A 15
X 2 0.0177
3.1
16.9
8.0
214 A 17
X 1 0.024
2.5
20.9
8.0
215 A 15
X 1 0.0177
3.4
18.9
8.0
198 A 15
X 1 0.0177
3.1
18.9
8.0
246 A 17
X 1 0.024
2.8
17.4
8.0
162 P 7
X 1 0.0061
7.4
17.4
8.0
139 P 6
X 1 0.0044
8.8
17.4
8.0
139 P 6
X 1 0.0044
8.8
17.4
8.0
139 P 6
X 1 0.0044
8.8
20.6
8.0
165 A 15
X 1 0.0177
2.6
32.7
8.0
263 A 15
X 2 0.0177
2.1
18.0
8.0
144 P 6
X 1 0.0123
3.3
16.4
8.0
131 P 6
X 1 0.0123
3.0
32.7
8.0
262 A 15
X 2 0.0177
2.1
17.4
8.0
141 P 6
X 1 0.0044
8.9
17.4
8.0
139 P 6
X 1 0.0044
8.8
17.4
8.0
139 P 6
X 1 0.0044
8.8
17.4
8.0
142 P 6
X 1 0.0044
9.0
17.4
8.0
186 P 7
X 1 0.0061
8.5
49.9
6.0
299 P 5
X 3 0.0033
8.4
77.8
10.0
894 A 20
X 3 0.0314
2.6
M/S
8.2
7.2
6.0
4.3
2.8
3.1
3.4
3.1
3.1
5.5
2.9
3.1
2.5
3.4
3.1
2.8
7.4
8.8
8.8
8.8
2.6
2.1
3.3
3.0
2.1
8.9
8.8
8.8
9.0
8.5
8.4
2.6

MEASURED
AIR VELOCITY

43
31
242
198
217
198
395
40
251
395
216
217
198
242
163
139
139
139
166
268
146
133
268
141
139
139
143
187
299
882

AIR
VOLUME
M3/H
1371

8.3
6.0
12.8
10.5
10.4
11.7
9.9
7.2
9.9
10.0
12.8
10.4
10.5
12.8
9.3
8.0
8.0
8.0
8.0
8.2
8.1
8.1
8.2
8.1
8.0
8.0
8.2
10.7
6.0
11.3

AIR
CHANGE
T/H
10.0

13

NO

32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45

DK

A
UPP.

UPP.

SEAL LKR.
C/COOK
BOY
COMMON TOIL.
PLAN LKR.
SHIP'S OFFICE
OFF'S SMOK.RM.
OFF'S MESS RM.
NO.1 PROV.STR.
STEV.TOIL.
TALLY OFFICE
COMMON TOIL.
HOSPITAL
NO.2 PROV.STR.

ROOM NAME

1103.3

10828

DESIGNED
ROOM
AIR
AIR
DIFFUSER
AIR
VOLUME CHANGE VOLUME TYPE
NO AREA VELOCITY
M3
T/H
M3/H
M2
M/S
10.1
6.0
61 P 5
X 1 0.0033
5.1
17.6
8.0
210 P 7
X 1 0.0061
9.6
17.8
8.0
189 P 7
X 1 0.0061
8.6
6.5
6.0
39 P 5
X 1 0.0033
3.3
12.8
10.0
128 P 6
X 1 0.0044
8.1
29.9
10.0
373 A 20
X 1 0.0314
3.3
38.7
10.0
406 A 17
X 2 0.024
2.3
66.9
10.0
829 A 20
X 3 0.0314
2.4
20.0
6.0
120 P 6
X 1 0.0044
7.6
5.2
6.0
31 P 4
X 1 0.002
4.3
11.5
10.0
210 P 7
X 1 0.0061
9.6
8.3
6.0
50 P 4
X 1 0.002
6.9
24.3
10.0
342 A 20
X 1 0.0314
3.0
20.0
6.0
120 P 6
X 1 0.0044
7.6
M/S
5.1
9.6
8.6
3.3
8.1
3.3
2.3
2.4
7.6
15.0
11.0
15.0
3.0
7.6

MEASURED
AIR VELOCITY
AIR
VOLUME
M3/H
61
211
189
39
128
373
397
814
120
108
242
108
339
120

AIR
CHANGE
T/H
6.0
12.0
10.6
6.0
10.0
12.5
10.3
12.2
6.0
20.8
21.0
13.0
14.0
6.0

14

NO

ROOM NAME

NO.2 SANITARY SPACE EXH.


C
1 3/OFF.LAV.

2 PILOT.LAV.

3 2/OFF.LAV.

4 CAPTAIN LAV.
C
5 OFF'S LAUNDRY
B
6 C/OFF.LAV.
UPP.
7 DRY RM.

8 LAUNDRY
UPP.
9 HOSPITAL LAV.

NO.1 SANITARY SPACE EXH.


NAV. 1 NAV.TOIL.
C
2 3/ENG.LAV.

3 ELECT.LAV.

4 2/ENG.LAV.
C
5 C/ENG.LAV.
B
6 OFF'S SPARE LAV.

7 1/ENG.LAV.
B
8 CRE'S TOIL. & SH.
A
9 COMMON TOIL.
UPP. 10 STEV.TOIL.
UPP. 11 COMMON TOIL.

DK

79.6

4.6
4.6
4.6
6.0
6.8
4.6
15.0
25.0
8.4

105.6

10.0
10.0
10.0
10.0
10.0
10.0
10.0
10.0
10.0
796

46
46
46
60
68
46
150
250
84

1056

ROOM
AIR
AIR
VOLUME CHANGE VOLUME
M3
T/H
M3/H

5.2
10.0
52
4.6
10.0
46
4.6
10.0
46
4.6
10.0
46
6.0
10.0
60
4.6
10.0
46
4.6
10.0
46
49.9
10.0
499
8.1
10.0
81
5.2
10.0
52
8.2
10.0
82

G 100
G 100
G 100
G 100
G 125X125
G 100
G 150X150
G 150X150
G 125X125

X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X

1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1

0.006
0.006
0.006
0.006
0.0117
0.006
0.0169
0.0169
0.0117

2.1
2.1
2.1
2.8
1.6
2.1
2.5
2.1
2.0

DESIGNED
DIFFUSER
AIR
TYPE
NO AREA VELOCITY
M2
M/S

G 100X100 X 1 0.0075
1.9
G 100
X 1 0.006
2.1
G 100
X 1 0.006
2.1
G 100
X 1 0.006
2.1
G 100
X 1 0.006
2.8
G 100
X 1 0.006
2.1
G 100
X 1 0.006
2.1
G 125X125 X 5 0.0117
2.4
G 125X125 X 1 0.0117
1.9
G 100X100 X 1 0.0075
1.9
G 125X125 X 1 0.0117
1.9

4.6
4.3
3.6
3.0
2.3
7.8
2.5
2.1
1.9

1.9
3.7
3.8
3.3
3.1
6.8
6.5
2.4
1.9
1.9
9.6

M/S

MEASURED
AIR VELOCITY

99
93
78
65
97
168
152
256
80

51
80
82
71
67
147
140
505
80
51
404

AIR
VOLUME
M3/H

21.6
20.2
16.9
10.8
14.2
36.6
10.1
10.2
9.5

9.9
17.4
17.8
15.5
11.2
31.9
30.5
10.1
9.9
9.9
49.3

AIR
CHANGE
T/H

15

ROOM NAME

& OFF'S PANTRY EXH.


1 GALLEY
2

4 OFF'S PANTRY

NO

86.5
17.5

GALLEY AIR CON SUPPLY


A
1 GALLEY

2 OFF'S PANTRY

104.0

86.5

292.2

20.0
262.0
10.2

69.9

10.0
6.0

35.0

5.0
5.0
5.0

5.0

10.0

17.5

104.0

40.0

86.5

970

865 P 6
105 P 5

X
X

3028 G 300X300 X

1461

100 G 125X125 X
1310 G 300X300 X
51 G 100X100 X

350 G 150X150 X

3635

X
X
X
X

7 0.0044
1 0.0033

4 0.0675

1 0.0117
2 0.0675
1 0.0075

2 0.0169

1 0.0375
1 0.09
1 0.0169
1 0.0169

7.8
8.8

3.1

2.4
2.7
1.9

2.9

7.2
7.2
2.5
2.9

DESIGNED
DIFFUSER
AIR
TYPE
NO AREA VELOCITY
M2
M/S

3460 GF250X200
GF400X300
G 150X150
175 G 150X150

ROOM
AIR
AIR
VOLUME CHANGE VOLUME
M3
T/H
M3/H

GALLEY SUPPLY
A
1 GALLEY

STEER.G.RM. & NO.1 PROV.EXH.


UPP.
1 NO.1 PROV.STORE
SGR
2 STEER.G.RM.
SGR
3 EM.F.P.SPACE

CO2 RM.EXH.
UPP.
1 CO2 RM.

GALLEY
A

DK

9.5
8.8

3.1

2.4
3.0
1.9

3.0

7.1
7.2
3.2
2.9

M/S

MEASURED
AIR VELOCITY

1053
105

3013

101
1458
51

365

176

3486

AIR
VOLUME
M3/H

12.2
6.0

34.8

5.1
5.6
5.0

5.2

10.1

40.3

AIR
CHANGE
T/H

16

17

Cooling Test
Time
Fresh air temp.
Return
air temp.
Blow air temp.
Compressure
discharge press
Suction press
Oil press
Current
Cooling
water temp.

(D.B.)
(W.B.)
(D.B.)
(W.B.)
(D.B.)
No.1(D.B.)
No.2(D.B.)
No.1(MPa)
No.2(MPa)
(MPa)
Fan ( A )
Comp ( A )
IN (
OUT(

Opening time : October 23, 2009


13:25
13:55
14:25
24.5
23.5
23.5
18.0
17.5
19.0
22.5
21.5
21.0
---22.5
17.0
8.0
1.10
1.10
1.10
1.04
1.04
1.00
0.33
0.32
0.25
0.30
0.30
0.23
---14.0
13.9
13.5
0.46
0.44
0.43
14.0
23.0
23.0
0.46
24.0
24.0
ROOM TEMPERATURE ()

TIME
ROOM NAME
WHEEL HOUSE

(D.B.)
(W.B.)
3 / ENG
(D.B.)
(W.B.)
C / ENG
(D.B.)
(W.B.)
CAPTAIN
(D.B.)
(W.B.)
3 / OFF
(D.B.)
(W.B.)
CREW'S SPARE(2P) (D.B.)
(W.B.)
1 / ENG
(D.B.)
(W.B.)
C / OFF
(D.B.)
(W.B.)
O / SM (B)
(D.B.)
(W.B.)
CREW'S MESS RM (D.B.)
(W.B.)
BOY
(D.B.)
(W.B.)
OFF'S SMOK. RM
(D.B.)
(W.B.)
OFF'S MESS RM
(D.B.)
(W.B.)

13:25

13:55

14:25

26.0
18.5
21.0
17.5
23.5
18.0
22.5
18.0
22.5
17.5
20.6
16.5
22.0
17.0
22.5
17.0
22.5
17.0
21.5
17.5
21.5
18.0
24.0
18.5
22.5
18.0

22.5
14.5
19.5
15.0
21.5
16.5
21.5
16.0
19.5
13.5
17.5
14.0
20.0
14.5
19.0
14.0
19.0
14.0
20.5
16.5
19.5
15.5
21.0
15.5
20.0
16.0

21.5
14.0
20.5
15.5
20.5
15.5
21.0
15.5
18.5
13.0
16.5
12.0
19.0
13.0
18.0
11.5
18.0
11.5
20.0
15.5
18.5
13.0
19.5
13.0
19.5
15.0

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23 Oct 2009
We did only the comfirmation test of the air circulation, due to the outdoor air conditions are not
suitable for heating test.
Time
Fresh air temp.
Return
air temp.
Blow air temp.
Compressure
discharge press
Suction press
Oil press
Current
Cooling
water temp.

(D.B.)
(W.B.)
(D.B.)
(W.B.)
(D.B.)
No.1(D.B.)
No.2(D.B.)
No.1(MPa)
No.2(MPa)
(MPa)
Fan ( A )
Comp ( A )
IN (
OUT(
ROOM TEMPERATURE ()
TIME

ROOM NAME
WHEEL HOUSE

(D.B.)
(W.B.)
3 / ENG
(D.B.)
(W.B.)
C / ENG
(D.B.)
(W.B.)
CAPTAIN
(D.B.)
(W.B.)
3 / OFF
(D.B.)
(W.B.)
CREW'S SPARE(2P) (D.B.)
(W.B.)
1 / ENG
(D.B.)
(W.B.)
C / OFF
(D.B.)
(W.B.)
O / SM (B)
(D.B.)
(W.B.)
CREW'S MESS RM (D.B.)
(W.B.)
BOY
(D.B.)
(W.B.)
OFF'S SMOK. RM
(D.B.)
(W.B.)
OFF'S MESS RM
(D.B.)
(W.B.)

19

MESSRS.,

KANDA SHIPBUILDING CO.,LTD.


S,No.522

TEST RESULT OF REF. PROV. PLANT

Remarks
Rev. 1
Rev. 2
Rev. 3

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TEST RESULT OF PROVISION PLANT


1. Applied standard
The regulation for a NK"
2. Attendants of test
Owner
Inspection department of the ship yard.
3. Place of test
Date : 14 Oct 2009
Place : KANDA SHIPBUILDING CO.,LTD.
4. Purpose of test
The purpose of this test is to confirm operation performance capacity of the refrigerator and
thermal shielding capacity of the refrigerator which is equipped on the vessel.
5. Initial test
The initial tests which are described at 5-1-3 shall be carried out, before operation of refrigerator
5-1. Pressure test
Water leak shall be checked passing high pressured water through cooling water piping system
(by dock yard).
Leak check shall be carried out to inject N2 gas in the cooling medium piping system.
Injected gas pressures shall fulfill the values described as follows
Higher pressure side
1.862 MPa
Lower pressure side
0.981 MPa
Gas leak test shall be carried out with a soap water, at 6 hours after adjusting gas pressure.
Fall of gas pressure shall be within 0.049 MPa
5-2. Vacuum check
whole cooling medium piping system including the condensing units, shall be evacuated to pressure
of 700 mmHg or more. Fall of degree of vacuum shall be within 5 mmHg, after 6 hours leaving
the tested system. Officially authorized vacuum gauge shall be used for the test.
5-3. Operation test
Heat shielding shall be carried out at low pressure side of cooling medium system following
SMA 127, before the cooling test. Cooling medium of R22 required quantity may be injected
in the piping system, and then the refrigerator shall be switched on.

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Operation of dual press switch and oil press switch, with manually operated valves, shall
be confirmed.
Operating pressure test.
Dual press switch
Higher pressure side
OFF
1.862 MPa
ON
manual
Low pressure side
OFF
0
MPa
ON
0.067 MPa
Oil press. Switch
Confirm that it works or not.
SMA 127 The standard work for pipe insulation
Published by JSDS (Japan Shipbuilding Design Standard)

6. Cooling test
Switch on the refrigerators (both of them shall be operated manually)
Each test measurement following the test list on page 12, shall be carried out every 30 minutes.
7. Temperature keeping test
When chamber temperature attains to desired temperature, one refrigerator is turned to automatic
operation from manual operation.
Each test measurement following the test list on page 12. an operation of 2 times or more of
thermostats is checked, and it ends.
Time of switching and accuracy of thermostat shall be tested.
8. Heat shielding capacity test
After temperature keeping test is over, the refrigerators are switched off, leaving the system
for 6 hours after switching off, measurements described as follows shall be carried out every
one hours in total 6 hours.
Temperature of each chamber
Temperature of atmosphere
9. Visual check of each chamber
After heat shielding capacity test is over, door of each chamber shall be opened. Visual check
for refrigerator devices, heat shielding constructions, vessel constructions and devices in the
chamber shall be carried out.
10. Devices for defrosting
The devices is operated fully automatic electric heating devices.
Setting of defrost timer
fan delay
defrost heater
drain pan & drain pipe heater

0 30 minute
3 45 minute
3 15 minute

Confirm the defrosts at unit cooler and adjust setting of the defrost timer.

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QUANTITY OF LUBRICATING OIL & REFRIGERATION


OPERATION

BEFORE
OPERATION
LUBRICATING
NO 1 REF MACHINE OIL
REFRIGERANT
LUBRICATING
NO 2 REF MACHINE OIL
REFRIGERANT

BEFORE
STOP

70

30

40

100

100

100

70

30

40

100

100

100

AUTO CONTROL

MEAT RM (-18
THERMOSTAT
FISH RM (-18
(DIGITAL THERMO.) VEG. RM (+ 2)

ON
-16
-16
4

OFF
-19
-19
1

CHECK OF HIGH & LOW PRESSURE CONTROL SWITCH

HIGH PRESS
LOW PRESS
HIGH PRESS
NO 2 REF MACHINE
LOW PRESS
NO 1 REF MACHINE

OFF
1.86 MPa
0.0 MPa
1.86 MPa
0.0 MPa

ON
Manual
0.067 MPa
Manual
0.067 MPa

QUANTITY OF REFRIGERANT CHARGE


NO 1 REF MACHINE
NO 2 REF MACHINE

abt.20 Kg
abt.20 Kg

TIME
High press.
(MPa)
Low press.
(MPa)
(MPa)
NO. 1 Oil press.
REF. UNIT Current
(A)
Cooling water inlet
()
Cooling water outlet
()
High press.
(MPa)
Low press.
(MPa)
(MPa)
NO. 2 Oil press.
REF. UNIT Current
(A)
Cooling water inlet
()
Cooling water outlet
()
Machine room
()
Open air
()
Meat room
()
ROOM
Fish room
()
Veg. room
()
Lobby room
()
Meat
ON TIME
OFF TIME
ON TIME
SOLENOID Fish
VALVE
OFF TIME
Veg.
ON TIME
OFF TIME

13:25
1.12
0.25
6.0
23.0
25.0

23.0
23.0
3.5
1.5
8.5
23.5
14:48
14:55
14:33
14:38
14:00
14:08

13:00
1.15
0.34
6.7
23.0
23.0

23.0
23.0
26.0
26.5
24.5
24.0
12:55
14:36
12:55
14:25
12:55
13:46

23.0
23.5
-8.5
-10.0
4.0
22.0
15:07
15:17
14:48
14:54
14:26
14:33

5.2
23.0
25.0

13:55
1.04
0.12

23.0
23.5
-16.5
-17.5
5.0
21.5
15:33
15:40
15:05
15:16
14:55
15:01

5.0
23.0
25.0

14:25
1.01
0.08

23.5
24.0
-18.0
-18.0
5.0
20.5
15:58
16:01
15:29
15:39
15:27
15:34

4.5
23.0
25.0

14:55
1.00
0.05

0.95
0.03
4.6
23.0
25.0
23.5
24.0
-15.0
-15.5
4.5
19.0
16:47
16:54
16:16
16:19
16:44
16:50

0.0
23.0
23.0
23.5
24.0
-15.5
-15.5
5.0
1.5
16:22
16:25
15:55
15:59
16:04
16:11

15:55

0.90
0.08

15]25

OPERATION TABLE FOR FREEZING TEST

16:38
16:42

4.8
23.0
25.0
23.5
24.0
-18.0
-16.5
3.5
18.0

0.98
0.05

16:25

18.0

4.3
23.0
25.0
24.0
23.5

0.95
0.03

16:55

DATE October 14, 2009

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24

Messrs. Kanda Shipbuilding CO.,LTD.

On Board Test Method


CO2 Gas Fire Extinguishing System
Type : EAS-MSV

DAISHIN TECHNOS CO.,LTD.


Technical Department
TEL : 0898-23-2050 FAX : 0898-32-0659
On Board Test Method

25

CO2 Gas Fire Extinguishing System

Type MSV

1. Date and place


Date

: 9 Oct. 2009

Place

: Alongside of Kandas wharf

2.Attendant
Class. (NK) surveyor

: Mr. Ohki

Owner 's representative

: Mr. Matsumoto / Mr. Hoshi

Shipyard's staff

: Inspect. Sect. Tanaka

3. Test Items
(1) Pressure Test of Piping
(2) Air Blow Test of Piping
(3) Function Test of Actuating Line
(4) Function Test of Alarming

A.

Pressure Test of Piping

A-a. Preparation of the test


1.

Confirm that all the system, arrangement of CO2 cylinders and the piping, have
properly been installed.
A special attention should be given on the arrangement of Actuating line compose of
6mm-dia copper tube and the flow direction of non-return valves installed therein.

2.

Disconnect the actuating line at the joint on the valve body of the non-return valves
which are fitted between guide pipes and CO2 manifold, as the Fig.1b shows.

3.

Disconnect the actuating line connecting to the working cylinder of the selection valve
and plug-up its 2 connections by blind nuts.

4.

Confirm surely that the whole of Selection valve and are closed and are closed and
actuating lines disconnected and its connection blinded.

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5.

Take out all the gas discharge nozzles from pipe line and fit the blinds on the pipe end.

6.

Remove the safety valve on the high pressure main line and connect the pressure gas
line there for the test, as Fig.1a shows. Install a pressure gauge, as well.

7.

CO2 gas of a 30kg cylinder for general use or 7m

N2 gas could be used as gas

pressure source for the test.

A-b. Pressure Test between Manifold pipe to Selection Valves.


1.

Confirm the no-leakage in the above piping within 5 minutes under 3.43 Mpa gas
pressure.

2.

After the test purge the gas, completely

A-c. Pressure Test between Selection valves and Gas Discharge nozzles.
1.

Take out the safety delay lock of the manual operating valve in the selection valve box
for Each protected area and turn the valve handwheel to clockwise as full open.

2.

Confirm that neither leak nor disorder in the above piping within 5 minutes under 0.98
Mpa gas pressure.

3.

After the test, first, close the selection valve and then purge the gas completely from
the blinds on the pipe ends.

A-d. Restoration After Test


1.

Take out all the blinds on the pipe ends and installed at the discharge nozzles.
Confirm that each discharge nozzles refitted at the correct position.

2.

Install a delay safety lock in selection valve box.

3.

Connect the actuating line at the Joint on the valve body of the non-return valves
which are fitted between guide pipes and CO2 manifold as the Fig.1b shows and
restore the system to normal condition.

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B.

Air Blow Test of Piping

B-a. Preparation of the test


1.

Confirm that whole of the system is in original normal condition, except the actuating
copper pipe to selection valve and the valve body of the non-return valves as the
Fig.1b shows is remained unconnected.

B-b. Air Blow Test


The system for each protected area to be tested respectively.
Engine room
1.

Take out the safety delay lock of the manual operating valve in the selection valve box
for Each protected area and turn the valve handwheel to clockwise as full open.

2.

Supply the test air from the connection valve and confirm the free air flow from the
selection valve to the gas discharge nozzle in protected area.

3.

After the test, stop the test air and then close the selection valve for protected area.
Cargo hold

1.

Turn the selection valve handwheel to unclockwise as full open.

2.

Supply the test air from the connection valve and confirm the free airflow from the
selection valve to the gas discharge nozzles in protected area.

3.

After the test, stop the test air and then close the selection valve for protected area.

B-c. Restoration After Test


1.

Install a delay safety lock in selection valve box.

2.

Connect the actuating line at the joint on the non-return valves, as the Fig.1b shows
and restore the system to normal condition.

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C.

Function Test of Actuating Line

C-a. Preparation of the test


1.

Confirm that whole of the system is in normal condition, expect the valve body of the
non-return valves as the Fig.1b shows is remained unconnected.

2.

Confirm once more that the actuating line has properly been connected, as Fig.4
indicated.

3.

Remove 2 cylinder valve releases on the starting cylinders remaining their actuating
copper pipes connected as Fig.2 indicated.

4.

Remove one of the 2 working actuating cylinders in the actuator box and fit a small test
cylinder instead.

C-b. Actuating Test


Push down the starting lever of a test cylinder and confirm that valve releasers and
selection valve work appropriately.

C-c. Restoration After Test


1.

Loosen the actuator line connection and purge the gas surely remained in the piping.

2.

Remove the emptied small test cylinder and put back the working actuating cylinder.

3.

Make the selection valve at its normal close position following the same process as
noted in paragraph A-d2.

4.

Connect the actuator line at the non-return valves installed between guide pipes of the
starting cylinders and manifold pipe.

5.

Put back the valve releasers into 2 Starting cylinder valves leaving actuating pipeline
unconnected.

6.

Final connection of the above actuating line is recommended to be done Just before

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ships delivery.

D.

Function Test of Alarming

1.

Confirm that when the door of actuator box or selection valve switch box is opened
warning for gas discharge starts and ventilating fan and F.O. pumps stop
automatically.

2.

Close the door and put back all the system in normal condition.

E.

Caution

1.

When N2 gas is used as gas pressure souse never press the cylinder valve beyond
vaporize pressure of CO2 gas.

2.

Due to the fact that the vaporize pressure of CO2 gas at 0 is as low as 3.43Mpa
special attention should be given in winter.

3.

Foreign material in the piping such as dust, rubbish and welding slug could be cause of
trouble on the cylinder valve, selection valve. To avoid this, before the testing blow out
the piping carefully.

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HOLD
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CARGO
CARGO
CARGO
CARGO

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Good
Good
Good
Good
Good
Good

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Good
Good
Good
Good
Good

RESULT

CO2
CO2
CO2
CO2
CO2
CO2

ENGINE ROOM

No.1
No.2
No.3
No.4
No.5

GAS

CO2

MANIFOLD PIPE TO
SELECTION VALVE

COMPARTMENT

GAS

PRIMARY LINE

KIND OF TEST
FUNCTION TEST OF NEEDLE CYLINDER
MOTOR SIREN ( pcs.)
ALARM TEST
BELL ( pcs.)
(ACTUATOR BOX)
FAN and PUMPetc STOP
MOTOR SIREN ( pcs.)
ALARM TEST
BELL ( pcs.)
(SELECTION VALVE)
FAN and PUMPetc STOP

3.FUNCTION TEST

COMPARTMENT
ENGINE ROOM
No.1 CARGO HOLD
No.2 CARGO HOLD
No.3 CARGO HOLD
No.4 CARGO HOLD
No.5 CARGO HOLD

2. AIR BLOW TEST OF PIPING

SELECTION VALVE TO
DISCHARGE NOZZLES

SECONDARY LINE

1.PRESSURE TEST OF PIPING

1.0
1.0
1.0
1.0
1.0
1.0

GAS PRESSURE (MPa)

3.5

GAS PRESSURE (MPa)

1st Oct. 2009

STOP TIME
14:10
14:10
14:10
14:10
14:10
14:10

14:10

STOP TIME

9th Oct. 2009


INSPECTOR : Mr. Ohki

DATE :

INSPECTOR : Mr. Ohki

DATE :

START TIME
14:00
14:00
14:00
14:00
14:00
14:00

14:00

START TIME

Good
Good
Good
Good
Good
Good

RESULT

Good
(no-leakage)

RESULT
6th Oct. 2009

1st oCT. 2009


INSPECTOR : Mr.Ohki

DATE :

INSPECTOR : Mr. Ohki

DATE :

ON BOARD TEST REPORT FOR CO2 GAS FIRE EXTINGUISHING SYSTEM

35

36

6. Confirmation of life-raft installation


1. Date and place
Date

: 21 Oct. 2009

Place

: Alongside of Kandas wharf

2. Attendant
Class. (NK) surveyor

: Mr. Ohki

Owner 's representative : Mr. Matsumoto / Mr. Hoshi


Shipyard's staff

: Inspect. Sect. Tanaka

3. Procedure
Confirms the installation condition of the life-raft by the watching.
4. Record

CONDITION
P. SIDE

GOOD

S. SIDE

GOOD

37

7. Test record of f ire fighting equipment


1. Date and place
Date

: 22 Oct. 2009

Place

: Alongside of Kandas wharf

2. Attendant
Class. (NK) surveyor

: Mr. Ohki

Owner 's representative

: Mr. Matsumoto / Me. Hoshi

Shipyard's staff

: Inspect. Sect. Tanaka

3. Condition of the Vessel


Draft (M)

df=

Trim (M)

dm=

da=

Height of emergency fire pump room flat : 9.5m above B.L.


4. Ability of f ire pump
No.1 Fire Pump Fire & G.S. Pump

120M/h 0.64Mpa

No.2 Fire Pump Fire & B.B. Pump

120M/h 0.64Mpa

No.3 Fire Pump Emergency Fire Pump

72M/h 0.64Mpa

The minimum pressure (0.27 N/mm) is to be maintained at all hydrants.


Required pump capacity is to be capable of delivering two jet of water which are reachable
not less than 12m in distance.
5. Jet water test of No.1 & No.2 fire pump
Pressure (MPa)
Pump Number

Pump
Deli. Side

Nav. Dk

Fcle Dk

Upp. Dk
(Fore)

Upp. Dk
(Aft.)

No.1 Fire Pump

0.64

0.40

0.40

No.2 Fire Pump

0.64

0.40

0.40

Range

6. Jet water test of No.3 fire pump (Emergency fire pump) to be carried out at Sea Trial using the
electric power by the Emergency generator.
6.1. Date and place
Date

: 22 Oct. 2009

Place

: Sea Trial

6.2. Attendant
Class. (NK) surveyor

: Mr. Ohki

Owner 's representative

: Mr. Matsumoto / Mr. Hoshi

Shipyard's staff

: Inspect. Sect. Tanaka


Pressure (MPa)

Pump Number
No.3 Fire Pump

Pump
Deli. Side
0.80

Nav. Dk

Fcle Dk

0.58

0.44

Upp. Dk
(Fore)
-

Upp. Dk
(Aft.)
-

Range

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8. Test of 2.6T spare parts handling crane


8.1. Principal particulars
Hoisting load

2.6 T

Hoisting speed

Abt. 0.17 m/sec. (at 2 layer)

Hoisting height

25.0 m

Slewing radius

4.4 m

Slewing speed

Abt. 0.5 rpm

Slewing angle

165

Hoisting motor

6.0 kW 4p

Slewing motor

1.5 kW 4p

Electric source

AC440V 60Hz

Maker

MANSEI INDUSTRY CO.,LTD.

8.2. Test procedure


The following tests to be applied.
1) Limit switch test
The effective operation of the following limit devices to be confirmed at no load condition.
(1) Hoisting limit
(2) Slewing limit
2) Over load test
Test load

3.25 TON (2.6 1.25)

3) Brake test
This test to be carried out under the test load condition.
8.3. Observation
Following items to be measured and confirmed on over load condition.
(1) Effective operation of brake.
(2) Effective operation of limit switch.
(3) During test, crane to be inspected for any injuries, deformations on other indications of
unsatisfied operations.

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8.4. Test record


1. Date and place
Date

: 10 Oct. 2009

Place

: Alongside of Kandas wharf

2. Attendant
Class. (NK) surveyor

: Mr. Ohki

Owner 's representative : Mr. Matsumoto / Mr. Hoshi


Shipyard's staff

: Inspect. Sect. Tanaka

3. Test data
(1) Brake test
Hoisting / Lowering

GOOD

Slewing (R)

GOOD

Slewing (L)

GOOD

(2) Safety device (limit switch)


Hoisting

GOOD

Slewing (R)

GOOD

Slewing (L)

GOOD

GOOD

(3) Operation condition

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9. Test of emergency engine generator


9.1. Particulars of emergency engine generator
(1) Engine
Maker

: MITSUI DEUTZ DIESEL ENGINE CO., LTD.

Type

: BF6L913

Number of cylinder

: 6

Cylinder bore

: 102 mm

Piston stroke

: 125 mm

Rated out put

: 99 kW (135 PS)

Rated speed

: 1800 rpm

(2) Generator
Maker

: TAIYO ELECTRIC CO., LTD.

Model

: ATW25C

Number of phase

: 3

Out put

: 100 kVA

Frequency

: 60 Hz

Voltage

: 450 V

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9.2. Test record


1. Date and place
Date

: 25 Sep. 2009

Place

: Alongside of Kandas wharf

2. Attendant
Class. (NK) surveyor

: Mr. Miyamoto

Owner 's representative : Mr. Matsumoto / Mr. Hoshi


Shipyard's staff

: Inspect. Sect. Tanaka

3. Load test
Following items shall be confirmed at suitable load of emergency generator engine after
it's engine start.
Load (%)

25

50

75

100

Current

25.7

51.3

77.0

102.6

Frequency

60

60

60

60

60

GOOD

GOOD

GOOD

GOOD

GOOD

Test condition
4. Starting test
Test procedure

(1) Start engine by pushing start button on the control panel.


(2) Stop engine after engine revolution steady by pushing stop button on the control
panel. Stop solenoid is kept (Abt. 30sec) on stop condition.
(3) Safety device working test
Specification

Data

Result

1505ON

150

GOOD

3 times

3 times

GOOD

Oil pressure switch

0.150.02 MPaON

0.14 MPa

GOOD

Over speed switch

115-3 %rpmON

2070 rpm

GOOD

V-Belt out switch

ON by V-Belt Cut

ON

GOOD

Cylinder head thermo switch


Start failure

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10. Water ingress alarm & Dewatering system


1. Date and place
Date

7 Oct. 2009

Place

Alongside of Kandas wharf

2. Attendant
Class. (NK) surveyor

: Mr. Ohki

Owner 's representative

: Mr. Matsumoto / Mr. Hoshi

Shipyard's staff

: Inspect. Sect. Tanaka

3. Procedure
Water ingress alarm system
To be ascertained whether alarm lamp and buzzer on Alarm panel in W/H are
activated when wetted cloth into contact with sensor at following position.
Dewatering system
Remote controlled hydraulic driven valve in FPT to be operated from above Alarm
Panel, and to be confirmed dewatering by use Ballast pump in E/R.
Remote controlled motor driven valve in Boatswain store to be operated from the Alarm
panel, and to be confirmed dewatering by use ejector and fire main line drive water.

system

Dewatering

Water ingress alarm system

4. Record
Condition

Remarks

Boatswain store

GOOD

0.1m height

FPT

GOOD

10% capacity height

No.1 Cargo hold

GOOD

0.5m & 2m height

No.2 Cargo hold

GOOD

0.5m & 2m height

No.3 Cargo hold

GOOD

0.5m & 2m height

No.4 Cargo hold

GOOD

0.5m & 2m height

No.5 Cargo hold

GOOD

0.5m & 2m height

Valve

GOOD

Dewater

GOOD

Bosn

Valve

GOOD

store

Dewater

GOOD

FPT

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11. Bilge suction system


1. Date and place
Date

7 Oct. 2009

Place

Alongside of Kandas wharf

2. Attendant
Class. (NK) surveyor

: Mr. Ohki

Owner 's representative

: Mr. Matsumoto / Mr. Hoshi

Shipyard's staff

: Inspect. Sect. Tanaka

3. Procedure
Bilge suction to be confirmed at following position.
4. Record
Condition

Remarks

Boatswain store

GOOD

ejector

Chain locker

GOOG

ejector

No.1 Cargo hold

GOOD

No.2 Cargo hold

GOOD

No.3 Cargo hold

GOOD

No.4 Cargo hold

GOOD

No.5 Cargo hold

GOOD

Steering gear room

GOOD

incl. E. F. P. recess

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The noise measurement test of M/V CRANE ISLAND (SNo.522) was omitted in accordance
with mutual agreement.
Therefore this test data shall be referred to the result of noise measurement test of sister vessel
M/V ELLIOTT BAY (SNo.509).
12. Noise measurement
1. Date and place
Date

: 19th Jan 2009

Place

: Sea Trial

2. Attendant
Owner 's representative : Chief Officer
Shipyard's staff

: Miyagi

3. Measuring method
During sea trial of the vessel, noise measurement to be carried out putting emphasis on
accommodation spaces and engine control room under the condition of normal revolution
of the main engine.
Door and window of the room to be shut during measurement.
4. Measurement positions
Center of the room and 1,200 mm height above the deck.
As for measurement points, refer to the following page.
5. Sound level meter
RION SOUND LEVEL METER (TYPE NA 29)

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5. Noise Measurement Repot


Date

19th Jan 2009

Place

SEA TRIAL

Attendant

Miyagi

No.

Room Name

Measured
A (dB)

No.

Room Name

Measured
A (dB)

WHEEL HOUSE (P)

59.0

21

OFF'S SMOK. ROOM

59.2

WHEEL HOUSE (S)

59.4

22

OFF'S MESS ROOM

63.9

CAPT. DAY ROOM

56.2

23

A DECK PASS.

65.4

CAPT. BED ROOM

56.2

24

SHIP'S OFFICE

62.1

CAPT. OFFICE

54.8

25

BOY

57.9

2ND OFFICER

53.5

26

C/COOK

58.6

3RD OFFICER

54.4

27

CREW'S MESS & REC. ROOM

62.7

C DECK PASS.

61.9

28

GALLEY

73.1

C/ENG. DAY ROOM

52.6

29

HOSPITAL

67.9

10

C/ENG. BED ROOM

52.3

30

UPP. DECK PASS.

71.5

11

2ND ENGINEER

52.9

31

TALLY OFFICE

60.4

12

3RD ENGINEER

54.2

32

ENG. CONT. ROOM

70.1

13

CHIEF OFFICER

52.3

33

ENG. RM (3RD OECK)

98.3

14

BOSN

53.0

34

GENERATOR FORE

101.5

15

O/SM

53.7

35

BOTTOM

98.5

16

B DECK PASS.

62.8

36

17

NO.1 OILER

55.0

37

ST

18

1 ENGINEER

52.8

38

19

OFFS SPARE (B)

54.1

39

20

CREWS SPARE (2P)

51.4

40

10

3/OFF.

E.GEN/E.
ROOM

LAV.

LAV.

15

LAV.

PILOT

LAV.

H.
EX.
T

ELECT.

LAV.

.
V .T

.
V .T

LAV.

2/OFF.

20

11

2/ENG.

LAV.

BED RM.

LAV.

25

10

BED RM.

PD

3/ENG.

12

VOID

CAP. DAY RM.

30

OFF'S
LAUND.

CAPT. OFFICE

C/ENG.
DAY RM.

10

15

FUNNEL

MF

20

MF

BATT.
RM.

NAV.
LKR.

N.
TOIL

NAV.BRI.DECK

E.H
.

SL

25

RADIO
SPACE

CHART
SPACE

WHEEL HOUSE

30

T G
L O IN
PI WN
A

P
AWIL OT
NI
NG

CDECK

46

MF

10

27

GALLEY

28

BOAT
G.STR.

MF

OFF'S
PANTRY

15

H.
EX.
T

CREW'S MESS & REC. ROOM

DN

LR

.
V .T

22

OFF'S MESS ROOM

UP

20

.
V .T

SEAL
LKR.

DK
STR.

C/COOK

26

PD

23

25

HD

CREW'S
TOILET &
SHOW. RM.

15

MF

10

OFF'S
SMOKING ROOM

30

MF

20

CREW'S
SP(2)

O/SM

SHIP'S
OFFICE

24

PLAN
LKR.

BOY

UP

HD

21

C.
TOIL

25

ADECK

15

A/SM
(C)

OIL
(C)

A/SM
(B)

H.
EX.
T

OIL
(B)

.
V .T

.
V .T

A/SM
(A)

DN

20

OIL
(A)

BDECK

14

BOS'N

19

OFF'S
SP.

PD

LINEN
LKR.

16

25

LKR

LAV.

17

18

1/ENG.

LAV.

C/OFF

13

WIP.

NO.1 OIL.

LAV.

30

47

10

15

SHOP

NG
NI
PE CE
O PA
S

ENGINE ROOM

20

CONTROL ROOM

32

25

30

E.T.

10

15

LOBBY

FISH

CO2 ROOM

NO.2
PROV.
STR.

NO.1
PROV.
STR.
MEAT

20

AIR COND.
MACHI.RM.

C.F.W.
EXP.TK

VEG.

ENG.
CHANGING
LKR.

CARP.
LKR.

S.
TOIL

DK STR.

30

25

UPPERDECK

PD

2NDDECK

31

PAINT
STR.

HOSP.

LKR.

30

29

LAV.

DRY
ROOM

SHIP'S
LAUNDRY

FIRE
ST.

DECK CHANGING E.T.


LKR.

C.
TOIL

TALLY
OFFICE

48

10

15

20

MAINFLOOR

25

35

30

10

15

34

20

25

3RDDECK

30

33

E.T.

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