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The contents of this manual are copyrighted. Without a written approval by RWO GmbH, the manual must not be, partially or in full, duplicated, circulated, used for the purpose of competition or made available to third parties. This manual and all of its contents are property of RWO GmbH and have to be returned on demand at all times. Safety instructions Instructions for commissioning, handling and maintenance Technical data If you need further information or if problems occur that are not covered by these operation instructions,please contact RWO GmbH directly.

For detailed information to the RWO system you purchased, refer to the provided drawings. Enumerations byv marked with. Steps are marked with 123. Highlights in the running text indicate security advices. The operating log is updated daily in full. No unauthorised alterations are carried out on the whole plant.

Excluded from the guarantee are typical wear and tear parts, like e. It corresponds to state-of-the-art technology and guarantees highest possible safety in all operation states. The operator of the plant has to plan these measures according to the instructions. Especially, the operator must make sure that: The safety devices should be checked regularly to ensure correct function. Required personal protection equipment PPE is available and used when required.

The personnel are instructed regarding all questions of working safety and environmental protection, and know the contents of the operation instructions and the safety notes contained therein. Modifications are to be carried out by authorised specialised personnel only and in coordination with the supplier.

These are to avoid dangers to: Non-observance of the instruction can result in most severe or fatal injuries. Nonobservance of the instruction could result in most ferkehr or fatal injuries. Non-observance of the instruction can cause injuries. Observe maintenance and repair instructions regarding the single components in the appendix!

Provide signs mentioning that maintenance or repair works are carried out! Switch-off main switch of power supply before starting maintenance and repair works! Make sure before starting maintenance and repair works that all parts are at room temperature.

Disposable single-use boiler suits Rubber boots Rubber coated textile gloves Eye protection Safety harnass After work, dispose of the q1 clothes properly and clean the other parts with fresh water before storing them.

Especially during installation, repair and maintenance works, water endangering materials such as: Faulty operation or misuse may result in severe health risks for the user and damage to the environment.

Instalation,operating and maintenance. acc. to IMO Resolution MEPC(49) – PDF

Additionally, the bilge water oil separator and other assets of the ship can suffer permanent damage. Your safety is concerned! Direct contact with live parts may cause serious injury or death. Any wiring at the unit only by trained staff! Standard plants must not be operated in explosive areas.

Do not put your hands into the area of the transmission bell housing – stuffing box packing at the rotating shaft! Danger of most severe finger and hand injuries. Risk of injuries when working at lines under pressure. Before taking up the work, check water and compressed air lines and make sure that they are not under pressure. All pneumatic valves are closed by a pre-tensioned spring.


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On dismounting the valve drive, the spring can eject forcefully and cause injuries. If the bilge water oil separator is heated to the upper range with an electric heater or a steam heater, temperatures up to approx. Description 7 Pressure gauge bar compressed air 8. The second stage is equipped with adsorber cartridges. All piston valves fig. The automatic control box fig. The oil monitor OMD verkenr attached to the oily water separator.

The sample water lines and the electric system are ready installed. A bgg element limits the temperature; by defaults it is set to 40 C. It is controlled by a contactor in the automatic system control box fig. Optionally, the oil separator system can be equipped with a steam or thermal heater instead of the electric heater and with a temperature control valve.

The outer coating consists of a universal primer and a machine varnish.

Instalation,operating and maintenance. acc. to IMO Resolution MEPC.107(49)

Any differing scope of delivery can be found in writing in our order confirmation. Any other use beyond this field is not permitted. In case of non-obedience, all warranties and claims will be void. This emulsion is generated by mixing the different test oils with a specified emulsifying chemical and an iron oxide powder for an hour under controlled conditions using a centrifugal pump with high speed.

The bilge water oil separator must be able to split the emulsion and to separate oil residues. The excerpts are quoted in the original language English. The 15 ppm Bilge Alarm shall activate to indicate when this level cannot be maintained and initiate automatic stop of overboard discharge of oily mixtures where applicable ppm Bilge Separator; ppm Bilge Alarm Automatic stopping device 3.

It should be understood that a 15 ppm Bilge Separator must be capable of handling any oily mixtures from the machinery space bilges and be expected to be effective over the complete range of oils which might be carried on board ship, and deal satisfactorily with oil of very high relative density, or with a mixture presented to it as an emulsion. Cleansing agents, emulsifiers, solvents or surfactants used for cleaning purposes may cause the bilge water to emulsify.

Proper measures should be taken to minimize the presence of these substances in the bilges of a ship. With the possibility of emulsified bilge water always present the 15 ppm Bilge Separator must be capable of separating the oil from the emulsion to produce an effluent with an oil content not exceeding 15 ppm Bilge Alarm The 15 ppm Bilge Alarm should record date, time and alarm status, and operating status of the 15 ppm Bilge Separator.

The recording device should also store data for at least eighteen months and should be able to display or print a protocol for official inspections as required. In the event the 15 ppm Bilge Alarm is replaced, means should be provided to ensure the data recorded remains available on board for 18 months computer unit.

To avoid wilful manipulation of 15 ppm Bilge Alarms, the following items should be included: The automatic stopping device should consist of a valve arrangement installed in the effluent outlet line of the 15 ppm Bilge Separator which automatically diverts the effluent mixture from being discharged overboard back to the ship’s bilges or bilge tank when the oil content of the effluent exceeds 15 ppm.

Alternatively the unit measuring block may be replaced by a calibrated 15 ppm Bilge Alarm. The calibration certificate for the 15 ppm Bilge Alarm, certifying date of last calibration check, should be retained onboard for inspection purposes.


The accuracy checks can only be done by the manufacturer or persons authorized by the manufacturer. The re-circulating facility should be so configured as to prevent under all operating conditions any by-ass of the oily-water-separator.

All routine and repair maintenance to be recorded, see Routine and repair maintenance record Tabelle in Operation and maintenance instruction Training Ship staff training should include familiarization in the operation and berkehr of the equipment Applicability These guidelines and Specifications apply: To installations fitted to ships, the keel of which are laid or which are at a similar stage of construction bh or after 1 January and to new installations fitted on or after 1 January to ships, the keel of which were laid or which were at a similar stage construction before 1 January in so far as is reasonable and practicable 3.

We carried out extensive test runs with different cleaning agents under conditions that were as close to normal operation as possible.

From the vast range of cleaning agents on the market, we tested some products out of which the following agents have proven to be relatively suitable for use in our systems: Comply with the connection voltage as stated on the label at the control cabinet. The internal wiring of the device is fixed, all external connections have to be made by the customer acc.

Description 4 Oil drain 5 Flushing water outlet 6 Compressed air inlet 12 Safety valve 1. Make sure to adjust the pipes without tension and leaks to the unit Oil separator control system Operation of the oil separator control involves 4 buttons. The backlit display has two lines with 20 characters each. The operational modes are displayed with 4 LEDs. Switch for the operation mode of the oily water separator control manual, zero or automatic operation.

The oily water separator operates independently from the level in the bilge or bilge water tank. The oil separator does not operate. The oil separator starts automatically when the level in the bilge or bilge water tank switches the upper level sensor and stops automatically when the level switches the lower level sensor. Some of the 4 LEDs are multi-coloured. This LED illuminates as soon as the voltage supply of the control is activated and the control is ready for operation.

The cause of the failure can be found on the display. Green indicates oil separation in progress. Red indicates oil discharge in progress. Orange indicates flushing in progress. Green LED bilge level The green LED indicates that the level in the bilge tank is high and that the oil separator can start operation Keys The control panel has 4 buttons. With these buttons you can enter all input and query the operating states.

ESC button This button is enabled in all operating states. It serves to undo the previous operating stage. In the menu structure, pressing the ESC button exits one menu evrkehr and returns to the previous menu level. After pressing the button repeatedly, you reach the start level, the operating status display. They are only active in the menus in which settings can be defined. They can be identified by words or numbers highlighted by flashing. If words are bh, select the left word with the button.