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: 05/10/10

ROV
Maintenance Task Description ()
a Clean down with fresh water.

b Check condition of hydraulic oil and Cardev filters.


Take oil samples. Check all compensator levels, clean out any grit and debris.
c Lubricate lift point swivels and check keep plate bolts for security.
Check the load path structural components, integrity and bolt tightness.
d Check for loose nuts and bolts.
Tighten as necessary.
e Manipulators: Lubricate with WD40, check condition of electrical compensator
oil, check mounting bolts secure.
f Check cables, hoses, fittings and connectors are secure and inspect for wear or
damage. Tighten/Repair/Replace as required.
g Check buoyancy blocks are secure.

h Check condition and security of Kellums grip.

i Examine vehicle for damage, entangled debris and wear and tear.

j Check operation of emergency location devices.


Transponder/responder function test.
k Ensure emergency recovery strop is in-date and in good condition.

l Oil filled enclosures (JB’s, valve manifolds, thrusters bearings etc): Vent off air
from high points. Check for water ingress, drain and flush as required.
m Check all mild steel fittings and cartridges for signs of corrosion.
Clean and protect as necessary - Denso tape, Aqualube boots, etc.
n Check burst disc lubrication. Use Dow Corning Silicon Grease #4.

o Check anodes for depletion - Replace as required.


Bonding strips: check condition and security.
p Inspect all exposed surfaces for corrosion. Repair as necessary
Check all painted steel / cast iron items. Touch up as necessary.
ROV
Maintenance Task Description ()
b Oil samples locations.
Supplemental 1. Main high pressure filter
2. Main return filter
3. Thruster case drain filter

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4. Main reservoir
5. Electric motor
6. Thruster bearing housings
7. Auxiliary high pressure filter (if equipped)
8. Auxiliary return filter (if equipped)
Oil inspection. Look for:
1. Water Intrusion: oil is milky or separated. Water collecting at lowest point.
All circuit should be flushed. Fill with fresh oil.
2. Inspect oil/water separator element (if equipped).
3. Burnt flakes in the oil, or the smell of rotten eggs: oil has exceeded max
temperature. All circuit should be flushed and filled with fresh oil.
Monitor oil temperature. Consider new grade of oil (see oil selection
chart in O&M manual).
4. Shavings: indicates excessive wear and/or damaged components. Find
and replace damaged components.
Filters:
1. Change Cardev filter before the pressure differential reaches 4 bar.

Check anodes for depletion.


Replace as required.

o
Supplemental

1. Replace at 50% deterioration


2. Anode location graphic.

TMS
Maintenance Task Description ()
a Wash down with fresh water. Inspect all exposed surfaces for corrosion. Repair as
necessary. Check all painted steel / cast iron items. Touch up as necessary.
b Check condition of TMS hydraulic oil and Cardev filter.
Take oil samples. Check all compensator levels clean out any grit and debris.
c Grease lubrication points.
Refer to operations manual.

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d Check for loose nuts and bolts, tighten as required.


Check the load path structural components, integrity and bolt tightness.
e Lubricate diamond bar with WD40 and inspect for burrs and sharp edges.
Dress any wear or damage.
f Check chain tension and lubricate chain and sprockets with WD40.
Tighten as required.
g Check tether condition on drum.
Re-spool if necessary.
h Check tether guide rollers for wear and damage.
Repair/Replace as required.
i Check all JB’s for water ingress.
Drain and flush as required.
j Check tether drum bearing bolts (bolts securing bearing to pedestal)
Tighten as required.
k Check latch pivot point (on top of TMS) for damage and security. Replace pins and
bushes if worn. Clean and grease as required
l Check cables, hoses, fittings and connectors are secure and inspect for wear or
damage. Tighten/Repair/Replace as required.
m Check condition of main lift cable and termination in and around bullet.

n Check all mild steel fittings and cartridges for signs of corrosion.
Clean and protect as necessary - Denso tape, Aqualube boots, etc..
o Check anodes for depletion.
Replace as required.
p Ensure free movement of primary and secondary latches in the ROV docking box
(bottom of TMS)..
TMS
Maintenance Task Description ()
b Oil samples locations.
Supplemental Main high pressure filter
2. Main return filter
3. Main reservoir
4. Electric motor
5. Bearing housings
6. Slip ring and junction boxes
Oil inspection. Look for:
Water Intrusion: oil is milky or separated. Water collecting at lowest point. All
circuit should be flushed. Fill with fresh oil.

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2. Inspect oil/water separator element (if equipped).


3. Burnt flakes in the oil, or the smell of rotten eggs: oil has exceeded max
temperature. All circuit should be flushed and filled with fresh oil.
Monitor oil temperature. Consider new grade of oil (see oil selection
chart in O&M manual).
4. Shavings: indicates excessive wear and/or damaged components. Find
and replace damaged components.

Check anodes for depletion.


Replace as required.

o
Supplemental

3. Replace at 50% deterioration


4. Anode location graphic. See drawing xxx.

LARS
Maintenance Task Description ()
a Check oil level in reservoir.
Top up as necessary.
b Check filter blockage indicators.

c Check pivot pins and retaining plates for security.


Tighten as required.
d Check hoses, fittings and hydraulic components for leaks, security and corrosion.

e Grease snubber slew ring – open gear.

f Grease snubber pins, pivot and sheave circuit and snubber latch.

g Grease leg extend slider circuit.

h Grease ‘A’ frame pivot points.

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i Grease luffing cylinder pin circuit - Port and Starboard.

j Grease coiler box rollers, umbilical follower pin and winch drive-ring open gear.

k Grease coiler shaft bearing.

l Grease coiler drive shaft and nut.

m Grease winch drive ring bearing.

n Grease winch slip ring bearing.

o Grease winch drive ring – open gear

Control Van & Workshop


Maintenance Task Description ()
a Check operation of LIM/GFDD system.

b Ensure maintenance and fault logs are up to date and accurate.

c Ensure all indicator lamps are operational.

d Grease main and fire exit door hinges.

e Tidy and clean work areas, console and monitors.

f Check consumables and order stock.

g Check condition of tools.


Replace as required.
h

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Deck Pack
Maintenance Task Description ()
a Check condition and level of oil.

b
Check oil for contamination from purge operations and replace as necessary.

c Drain water from water trap.

d Check connections and components for oil leaks

e Rinse outside surfaces with fresh water if system is in splash/spray zone

f Check for and clean and coat corrosion on surfaces

g Check hoses for damage and replace as necessary

h Check for signs of water ingress into electrical enclosures.

j Daily operation: Check filter indicators after start up

k Daily operation: Verify cooling water flow

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