Inspection Report Oriental Lotus

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Inspection Report “Oriental Lotus”

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17.08.15

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For Comments by Company

Reason for issue

A. Lopez Veiga

L. Hoek

F. Roos

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Document Status 0 Document started 1 Draft (Internal check at originator started) 2 For Comments by Company 3 Comments from Company included 4 For construction 5 As built 6 Voided +I Issued for information only Originator/Contractor/Supplier Company Name / Logo

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P0011-RP02 – In spection Report “Oriental Lotus”

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Table of contents 1.

Introduction ..................................................................................................................................................................2

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Reference documents ...................................................................................................................................................3

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Inspection of plans and drawings ................................................................................................................................. 3

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Items inspected/coordinated........................................................................................................................................ 3 4.1.

3D scanning coordination .................................................................................................................................. 4

4.2.

Units location .....................................................................................................................................................4

4.2.1

Filter unit.................................................................................................................................................4

4.2.2

UV unit ....................................................................................................................................................5

4.2.3

Fresh water pump ...................................................................................................................................5

4.2.4

Source cabinet ........................................................................................................................................ 6

4.2.5

Control panel ..........................................................................................................................................6

4.2.6

Remote control panel..............................................................................................................................7

4.3.

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Units integration with the existing services......................................................................................................... 8

4.3.1

Filter unit.................................................................................................................................................8

4.3.2

UV unit .................................................................................................................................................. 10

4.3.3

Fresh water pump ................................................................................................................................. 10

4.3.4

Source cabinet ......................................................................................................................................11

4.3.5

Control panel ........................................................................................................................................ 11

4.3.6

Remote control panel............................................................................................................................11

4.3.7

Valves ....................................................................................................................................................11

4.3.8

Fore peak connection ............................................................................................................................12

4.3.9

Sampling point......................................................................................................................................12

4.4.

Transportation .................................................................................................................................................12

4.5.

Operational method ........................................................................................................................................ 13

Conclusions ................................................................................................................................................................13

1. Introduction Upon instructions of Miura Netherlands BV both Mr. Lennard Hoek and Mr. Andres Lopez have visited mv “Oriental Lotus” moored Starboardside alongside the quay at the “STR Rotterdam Botlek”terminal in the Port of Rotterdam (Port No 4540). The inspection took place on 6th August 2015 between 0530 and 1145 hrs. A preinspection was carried out on 1st August 2015 whilst the vessel was moored at the “Maastank” terminal (Port No 4135) in Rotterdam Botlek. The pre-inspection report has been attached to this report as Appendix A.

Fig.1.1 Oriental Lotus in STR Botlek During the visit the following persons were present: − Ship’s crew − Mr. Jos Uittenbogaard (Coenradie) − Mr. Ferry Segeren (Coenradie) − Mr. Kinoshita Tomoyoshi (Miura) − Mr. Naoki Kondo (Miura) − Mr. Shimada Osamu (Miura) The tasks assigned for this inspection are summarized as follow: − Coordination of 3D scanning.

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Verification clear height of the proposed filter unit installation areas. Verification of connections for working air and fresh water in the pump room. Verification anf measurement of the proposed location for installation of the source and control panel. Open up main feeder panels no 1 and 2 in control room and make pictures of the breakers presently available for spare. Locate the forepeak ballast line in pump room . Verification if the source‐ and control panel can be transported between the 2nd deck and 3rd deck level in the engine room. To make copies / pictures of the general arrangement plan (all plans located in the ship’s office on Capt. deck)

2. Reference documents The following documents have been used as reference for the inspection: − − − − − −

Inspection report mv Oriental Lotus (01/08/2015) Check list (Miura) Hearing sheet (Miura) P&ID ballast system (As-built) P&ID ballast system (Modified for Miura unit) Constructive details aft part

3. Inspection of plans and drawings The following plans and drawings have been copied: − −

General arrangement Capacity plan

4. Items inspected/coordinated By following the indications provided by MP in the pre-inspection report, the following items were inspected/coordinated during the visit: − − − − −

4.1 3D scanning coordination 4.1 Units location 4.2 Units integration with the existing services 4.3 Transportation 4.4 Operational method

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4.1 3D scanning coordination 3D scanning was carried out following LH and AL indications by two members of Coenradie without any incident. The grating panels on tank top level were removed by the vessels ‘ crew allowing complete pipe scanning. Rooms and sequence of scanning was as follows: 1.

Ballast Pump room a) 1st deck b) 2nd deck c) 3rd deck d) Tank Top

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Engine room a) 3rd deck(aft bulkhead)

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Cargo control room

4.2 Units location The location of the units below indicated, was checked during the inspection: − − − − − −

4.2.1 Filter unit 4.2.2 UV unit 4.2.3 Fresh water pump 4.2.4 Source cabinet 4.2.5 Control panel 4.2.6 Remote control panel

4.2.1

Filter unit

The filter unit will be located in the Starboard side of tank top level of the Ballast pump room (fig. 4.2.1.1). The Portside of the tanktop level is not suitable due to the presence of the Sea Chest. The space available (1800x2200x3300) fulfils the installation and maintenance requirements. Foundation and exact location will be arranged in the 3D model.

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Fig. 4.2.1.1 Location for filter and UV units and fresh water pump

4.2.2

UV unit

The UV unit will be located on the Starboard side tank top level of the Ballast pump room next to the filter unit (fig. 4.2.1.1). The space available (1800x2200x3300) fulfils the installation and maintenance requirements. Foundation and access platform for maintenance must be arranged with the 3D model.

4.2.3

Fresh water pump

The fresh water pump will be located in the Starboard side of tank top level of the Ballast pump room next to the filter unit (fig. 4.2.1.1). The space available (1800x2200x3300) fulfils the installation and maintenance requirements. Foundation and access platform for maintenance will be arranged in the 3D model.

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4.2.4

Source cabinet

The source cabinet will be installed on the Port side of the cooling water and lub oil coolers located on the 3rd deck of the Engine room (fig. 4.2.4.1). Maintenance space of the coolers (approx.500-600mm from the nozzle connection) must be taken into account. Toolboard and boxes have to be relocated. The space available fulfils the installation and maintenance requirements. Foundation and exact location will be arranged in the 3D model.

Fig. 4.2.4.1 Location for the source cabinet

4.2.5

Control panel

The control panel will be located on the Starboard side of the cooling water and lub oil coolers installed on the 3rd deck of the Engine room (fig. 4.2.5.1). The toolbox must be relocated. The space available fulfils the installation and maintenance requirements. Foundation, exact location and a small platform for maintenance and operation will be arranged in the 3D model.

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Fig. 4.2.5.1 Location for the control panel

4.2.6

Remote control panel

The remote control panel will be located on the bulkhead of the cargo control room (fig. 4.2.6.1). No special arrangements are required. The space available fulfils the installation and maintenance requirements. Foundation and exact location will be arranged in the 3D model.

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Fig. 4.2.6.1 Location for the remote control panel

4.3 Units integration with the existing services The integration of the units indicated below, was checked during the inspection: − − − − − − − − −

4.3.1 Filter unit 4.3.2 UV unit 4.3.3 Fresh water pump 4.3.4 Source cabinet 4.3.5 Control panel 4.3.6 Remote control panel 4.3.7 Valves 4.3.8 Fore peak connection 4.3.9 Sampling points

4.3.1

Filter unit

The following connections will be made available: SW inlet − Tie in point: point 1 according PID − Pipe size: DN200 SCH40 − Suggested pipe material: A106 Gr.B HD galvanized − Flange connections: JIS 5K slip on flanges

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SW outlet − Tie in point: connected to UV unit − Pipe size: DN200 SCH40 − Suggested pipe material: A106 Gr.B HD galvanized − Flange connections: JIS 5K slip on flanges FW inlet − Tie in point: connected from FW pump − Pipe size: DN32 SCH40 − Suggested pipe material A106 Gr.B − Flange connections JIS 5K slip on flanges FW outlet − Tie in point: connected to FW pump − Pipe size: DN32 SCH40 − Suggested pipe material A106 Gr.B − Flange connections JIS 5K slip on flanges Compressed air − Tie in point: available connection in Ballast pump room − Pipe size: DN15 SCH40 − Suggested pipe material A106 Gr.B − Flange connections: welded sockets Purge water − Tie in point: point 4 according PID − Pipe size: DN32 SCH40 − Suggested pipe material A106 Gr.B − Flange connections: JIS 5K slip on flanges Back wash drain line − Tie in point: point 4 according PID − Pipe size: DN80 SCH40 − Suggested pipe material A106 Gr.B − Flange connections: JIS 5K slip on flanges Power − Power requirements: connected to source unit − Breaker available: connected to source unit − Breaker location: connected to source unit − Cable type: as per wiring diagram 9



Cable length: TBD

4.3.2

UV unit

The following connections will be made available: SW inlet − Tie in point: connected to filter unit − Pipe size: DN200 SCH40 − Suggested pipe material: A106 Gr.B HD galvanized − Flange connections: JIS 5K slip on flanges SW outlet − Tie in point: points 2 and 3 according PID − Pipe size: DN200 SCH40 − Suggested pipe material: A106 Gr.B HD galvanized − Flange connections: JIS 5K slip on flanges Power − Power requirements: connected to source unit − Breaker available: connected to source unit − Breaker location: connected to source unit − Cable type: as per wiring diagram − Cable length: TBD

4.3.3

Fresh water pump

The following connections will be made available: FW inlet − Tie in point: connection available in tank top level in ballast pump room − Pipe size: DN25 SCH10 − Suggested pipe material A106 − Flange connections JIS 5K slip on flanges Power − Power requirements: connected to source unit − Breaker available: connected to source unit − Breaker location: connected to source unit − Cable type: as per wiring diagram − Cable length: TBD 10

4.3.4

Source cabinet

The following connections will be made available: Power − Power requirements: 79.6A 440VAC 60Hz 3ph. − Breaker available: TBD − Breaker location: El. Cabinet No.1 or No.2 Engine control room − Cable type: TBD − Cable length: TBD

4.3.5

Control panel

The following connections will be made available: Power − Power requirements: 3.0A 220VAC 60Hz 1ph. − Breaker available: connected to source unit − Breaker location: connected to source unit − Cable type: TPYC(C)-50 − Cable length: TBD

4.3.6

Remote control panel

The following connections will be made available: Power − Power requirements: 1.0A 220VAC 60Hz 1ph. − Breaker available: connected to source unit − Breaker location: connected to source unit − Cable type: TBD − Cable length: TBD

4.3.7

Valves

The following connections will be made available: Compressed air − Tie in point: available connection in Ballast pump room − Pipe size: DN15 SCH40

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Suggested pipe material A106 Gr.B Flange connections: threaded fittings NOTE: Air distribution panel with filter, manometer and manifold must be arranged in the ballast pump room. Available pressure is 7bar.

Power(signal cable) − Connected to control panel − Cable type: MPYC (Y)-2 − Cable length: TBD

4.3.8

Fore peak connection

At the present configuration the fore peak is serviced by means of the General Service pump located in the ER. As per request of Miura the fore peak tank piping has to be connected to the existing ballast line as indicated in the PID. SW inlet/outlet − Tie in point: points 6 and 7 according PID − Pipe size: DN125 SCH40 − Suggested pipe material: A106 Gr.B HD galvanized − Flange connections: JIS 5K slip on flanges

4.3.9

Sampling point

Sampling point in the overboard discharge must be located downstream of the Bilge line tie-in point. SW inlet/outlet − Tie in point: point 5 according PID − Pipe size: DN15 SCH40 − Suggested pipe material: A106 Gr.B HD galvanized − Flange connections: JIS 5K slip on flanges

4.4 Transportation UV unit and fresh water pump can be easily transported via the skylight located in all the decks of the ballast pump room. Opening sizes are 1200x900 mm For the Filter unit there are two option: 1.

Via the skylight − Openings must be increased to 1200x1200 mm

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Padeyes must be installed Electrical motor on top of the unit can be installed after installation of the filter unit as consulted by Miura’s engineers on spot

Via side shell opening − An opening must be cut in the SB side of about 1200x1800 mm − Padeyes must be installed − Electrical motor on top of the unit can be installed after installation of the filter unit as consulted by Miura’s engineers on spot

The source and control panel can be transported using the skylight located in the engine room. There are lifting beams available between the 2nd and 3rd deck with sufficient capacity. The remote control panel will be transported via the stairway to the cargo control room and easily fits through the door.

4.5 Operational method As indicated by the Chief Engineer, gravity and non-gravity methods are used for ballast/de-ballast. The only available ballast/de-ballast method after the Miura’s treatment unit installation, will be the non-gravity method. Valve indicated in the PID must be replaced by Miura’s controlled valves. Gravity method will be only used in emergency situations.

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Conclusions 1. 2. 3. 4.

There is only one location available for the filter unit. Pipes can be easily routed in the Ballast pump room. Modification in the electrical cabinets in the ECR (new breakers and cabling) must be carried out to fulfil the electrical requirements of the source unit. Transportation and locating the filter unit requires assistance from a shipyard or workshop as openings in the vessels structure will need to be cut.

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APPENDIX A

Pre-Inspection Report mv “Oriental Lotus” DATE TO

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03/08/2015 Fulko Roos (FR) Andres Jose Lopez Veiga (AL) Lennard Hoek (LH)

Introduction The undersigned has visited mv “Oriental Lotus” whilst moored Starboardside at the quay of Messrs. Maastank, Port no. 4135 in the Port of Rotterdam. The inspection took place on 1 August 2015 between 0845 and 1145 hrs. During the visit the following persons were present: −

Capt. Choe, Yeangho



Chief engineer Mr. Kim, Seog Bin



1st Engineer Mr. Serra Allan Huyan



2nd Engineer Mahusay, Fernando Osa



Bosun Celino, Cirilo Cerdan

Inspection of plans and drawings The following plans and drawings have been copied: −

Construction profile plan



Diagram of hull piping part



Engine room construction plan



Pumping plan



Details of main switchboard



N2 storage tank details

Pre-inspection for location Ballast Water Treatment System A pre-inspection has been carried out as preparation for the following works to be carried out: 1.

Preparation for 3D scanning and location of same onboard.

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Verification of re-locating of N2 tank located on 3rd deck level in pump room.

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Preparation for electrical connection of the Ballast Water Treatment System.

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Preparation for installation of the source- and control panel.

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Preparation for installation of remote control panel from the Ballast Water Treatment System.

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Verification of dimensions engine room and pump room skylights.

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Verification of re-design for forepeak ballast piping.

1. Preparation for 3D scanning and location of same onboard All compartments of the pump room have been inspected with relation to the installation of the Ballast Water Treatment System. The original plan was to re-locate the N2 tank. The N2 tank is presently located on the 3rd deck level and should be shifted to the 2nd deck level in order to make space for the filter unit of the Ballast Water Treatment System. A further inspection was conducted on “inner bottom level” in the pump room. Both the Port- and Starboard side of the inner bottom level have a free space available of about 2500 x 2500 mm with sufficient height for maintenance work on the filter unit.

2. Verification of re-locating of N2 tank located in pump room The N2 tank is presently located at the 3rd deck level on Portside. The original plan was to shift the N2 tank to the 2nd deck level and to install the filter unit of the Ballast Water Treatment System on the 3rd deck level. The clear deck height between stiffeners of the 3rd deck level is abt. 3700 mm. The clear deck height between stiffeners of the 2nd deck level is abt. 2950 mm. Dimensions are measured between floor platings.

Fig 1. Dimensions of N2 tank

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As can be seen in Fig. 1 the total height of the N2 tank is 2515 mm, excluding the valve fitted on top of the pressure vessel. As mentioned above, the height of the 2nd deck level is about 2950 mm. At the original re-location position on the 2nd deck level a ventilator system is installed comprising of a fixed fan and exhaust duct.

Fig 2. Original location of N2 tank on 3rd deck level

Fig 3. Re-location position of N2 tank 2nd deck level

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3. Preparation for electrical connection of the Ballast Water Treatment System During the inspection the main switchboard was checked for suitability of connection for the Ballast Water Treatment System. At present there are five spare breakers available of which two on the No. 1 440V feeder panel and three on the No. 2 440 V feeder panel with a maximum capacity of only 30A.

4. Preparation for installation of the source- and control panel Both the source- and the control panel require installation in the engine room. The distance between the source panel and the UV reactor must not exceed 30 meter. A location for both panels has been found on the 3rd deck level in the engine room iwo the lub oil and fresh water coolers.

Fig 4. Location of source- and control panels At this location sufficient cable trays are available to use and guide the power cable from the control room to the source panel.

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5. Preparation for installation of the remote control panel from the Ballast Water Treatment System The cargo control room has been inspected in order to verify a location for installation of the remote control panel for the Ballast Water Treatment System. Sufficient free space is available adjacent to the wall panels that include the rest of the remote control panels from various other equipment. Furthermore, both the wall and the ceiling panels can be easily removed for the installation of the remote control panel wiring system. The cargo control room is located adjacent to the duct and electric space on the Boat deck. Pre-installed cable trays are available for the required wiring.

Fig 5. Suggested installation location of remote control panel in cargo control room

6. Verification of dimensions engine room and ballast room skylights Both the engine room and the pump room skylights have been measured for suitability of lowering down the necessary Ballast Water Treatment equipment. Dimensions engine room skylight: Abt. 910 x 1610 mm free space Dimensions pump room skylight: Abt. 940 x 1230 mm free space

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Both the source- and the control panel will need to be lowered down in the engine room. No modifications will have to be made to the engine room skylight. Lowering down of the filter unit from the Ballast Water Treatment System can not be conducted via the pump room skylight due to oversized dimensions. Furthermore, all other deck openings on the different deck levels have similar dimensions. The filter unit must enter the pump room via the ships side.

7. Verification of amendment for forepeak ballast piping The present ballast piping design is as such that the forepeak tank is serviced by the fire and general service pump. This pump is located in the engine room and has a separate overboard line located on the Portside of the vessel. All other ballast tanks are serviced by the ballast pump which is located in the pump room and the electromotor that drives the pump is located in the engine room. A separate overboard line is located in the pump room on the Portside of the vessel. At the present configuration the owners would require one Ballast Water Treatment System for the forepeak tank and one Ballast Water Treatment System for the remaining ballast water tanks. Miura asked if the forepeak tank piping could be connected to the existing ballast piping system that is presently serviced by the ballast pump located in the pump room. I was not able to trace the forepeak ballast line as the gratings in the pump room were still fixed to the structure. I do however not see any problems to connect same to the ballast pump system.

Conclusions 1.

The original installation location of the filter unit (at present location of the N2 tank) must be reconsidered. Re-locating the N2 tank and removing the fixed ventilator system on the 2nd deck level is a lot of work and certain height restrictions have to be taken in account on this 2nd deck level.

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A location has been found for the filter unit. This can be either placed on the Portside or Starboardside on the lower floor deck of the pump room.

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Fig 6. New proposed location of filter unit on lower floor deck pump room 3.

Both the source- and the control panel can be installed in the engine room iwo the lub oil and fresh water cooler located on the 3rd deck. Cable trays are close by and can be used.

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The remote control panel can be easily installed in the cargo control room. Sufficient space is available and the cargo control room is conveniently located opposite the cable duct trunk. Cable trays are running from the cable duct trunk to the cargo control room.

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Five spare breakers are available in total on the main feeder panels no 1 and 2. The capacity is however not sufficient so a breaker with more capacity will need to be installed.

Work to be carried out during 3d Scan The following areas will need to be scanned: −

Pump room. Lower floor level, 3rd deck and second deck levels.



Engine room. 3rd deck level iwo the lub oil and fresh water coolers in order to verify if the sourceand control panel actually fit.

The following will need to be verified by AL and LH −

Check clear height of the proposed filter unit installation areas.



Check connections for working air and fresh water in the pump room. If they are iwo of a deck that is not scanned by 3d we might consider to scan that deck as well.

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Re-check and re-measure the proposed location for installation of the source and control panel.



Open up main feeder panels no 1 and 2 in control room and make pictures of the breakers presently available for spare.



Locate the forepeak ballast line in pump room and make sure this is scanned as well.



To verify if the source- and control panel can be transported between the 2nd deck and 3rd deck level in the engine room.



To make copies / pictures of the general arrangement plan (all plans located in the ship’s office on Capt. deck)

A full set of pictures of the vessel and ship’s documents will be send over to you. Matthijs Post

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APPENDIX B

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