Marine Department Shipbuilding Tender No. 7/2016 Part VII

Marine Department Shipbuilding Tender No. 7/2016 Part VII
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Part VII – Technical Specifications
Part VII – Technical Specifications
Supply of One (1) Fire-fighting Vessel for the Fire Services Department
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Table of Contents
Chapter 1
1.1
1.2
1.3
1.4
1.5
1.6
1.7
1.8
1.9
1.10
Chapter 2
2.1
2.2
2.3
2.4
2.5
2.6
2.7
2.8
2.9
2.10
2.11
Chapter 3
3.1
3.2
3.3
3.4
3.5
3.6
3.7
3.8
3.9
3.10
Chapter 4
4.1
4.2
4.3
4.4
4.5
4.6
4.7
4.8
4.9
4.10
4.11
4.12
General Provisions
Introduction
Statement of Purposes of the Vessel
Authorities
Shipyard
Design and Construction Responsibility
Survey and Inspection
Official Sea Trial and Speed Requirements
Acceptance and Delivery
Warranty Services During the Warranty Period
Support Services
General Technical Requirements
Guidance General Arrangement Plan
General Provisions
Rules and Regulations
Contract Speed
Principal Dimensions
Material of the Structure
Propulsion System
Vessel Operating Profile and Environment
Markings and Colour Scheme
Tally Plates
Other Design Features
Hull and Deckhouse
Structures of the Hull and Deckhouse
Hull and Deckhouse Structural Requirements
Weld Quality
Supervision of Fabrication and Assembly
Stability and Subdivision
Inclining Experiment
Stability of the Vessel and the Stability Information Booklet
Specific Requirements for Stability of the Vessel
Damaged Stability
Downflooding Angles and Permeability
General Arrangement Plan
General Provision
General Arrangement
Wheelhouse
Windows and Visibility
Lighting
Forepeak
Crew Space
Toilet
Tanks Space
Engine Room
Deck Railing, Mast and Navigational Lights
Access, Doors, Ladders and Hatch
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4.13
4.14
4.15
4.16
4.17
4.18
4.19
4.20
4.21
4.22
4.23
4.24
4.25
Chapter 5
5.1
5.2
5.3
5.4
5.5
5.6
5.7
5.8
5.9
5.10
5.11
5.12
5.13
5.14
5.15
5.16
5.17
5.18
5.19
5.20
5.21
Chapter 6
6.1
6.2
6.3
6.4
6.5
6.6
6.7
6.8
6.9
6.10
6.11
6.12
6.13
6.14
Helicopter Winching
Furniture and Fittings
Insulation and Lining
Seating
Open Deck Area
Rescue Zone
Daughter Boat
Anchor and Windlass
Fenders
Cathodic Protection and Painting
Lightning Protection
Other Wheelhouse Outfitting
Basic User Requirements for Treatment Room of Fireboat
Chemical, Biological, Radiological and Nuclear (CBRN) System
General Requirements
Operational requirements
Operational Profile in CBRN Mode
Guidance CBRN Arrangement
Detection and Analyser System
Filtration and Pressurised Ventilation System
Clean Air Supply to Responders
Undress Area
Decontamination Shower
Verification/Redress Area
Treatment Room
Clean Zone
CBRN Egress Air Lock
CBRN Filter Room
HVAC Fan Room
Command and Control Room
Vessel Exterior Self-Cleansing System
Persons for Treatment
Certifications
Training
Stretcher particulars
External Fire-Fighting System (EFFS) Equipment
General Requirements
Pumps and Piping for Fire Fighting and Water Spray
Fire Pumps
Piping Systems
Water Suction and Discharge
Sea Chests and Valves
Operation of Pump and Valves
Hose Stations
Fixed Water Spray System
External Fire-Fighting Control Panel (EFCP)
Foam Monitor System
Foam Concentrate Tank
Foam Concentrate Pump/Foam-Making Circuit
Foam/Water Monitor
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Chapter 7
7.1
7.2
7.3
7.4
7.5
7.6
7.7
Chapter 8
8.1
Chapter 9
9.1
9.2
9.3
9.4
9.5
9.6
9.7
9.8
9.9
9.10
9.11
9.12
9.13
9.14
9.15
9.16
Chapter 10
10.1
10.2
10.3
10.4
10.5
10.6
10.7
10.8
10.9
10.10
10.11
10.12
10.13
Chapter 11
11.1
11.2
11.3
Nameplates and Instruction Plates
Fire Safety Equipment
General Provisions
Fire Detection System
Fixed Fire-Extinguishing System for Unattended Engine Room
Portable Fire Extinguishers
Fire Pumps
Fire Control Plan
Additional Protection
Lifesaving Appliances (LSA) and Arrangements
General Provisions
Machinery
General Requirements
Main Propulsion Engines
Main Engine Control
Electrical Generator Engines
Electrical Generator Engine Control
Instrumentation and Control
Reduction Gearboxes
Waterjet System and Propulsion Controls
Engine Room Ventilation
Air-Conditioning System
Piping System
Fuel Oil System and Fuel Oil Tank
Fresh Water System
Bilge System
Seawater System
Sanitary, Grey and Black Water System
Electrical System
General Requirements
Electricity Distribution Network
Main Switchboard
DC Power Source
Shore Power Supply and Connection
Circuit Breaker
Motor and Control Gear
Cable, Wiring and Fuse
Lighting Fixtures
Navigation Light
Searchlight
Floodlight
Power Receptacles / Sockets
Electronic Navigational Equipment
Description of Electronic Navigational Equipment (ENE) System
Loudhailer / Siren and Public Address System with USB player
Magnetic Compass and Fluxgate Compass
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11.4
11.5
11.6
11.7
11.8
11.9
11.10
11.11
11.12
11.13
11.14
11.15
11.16
11.17
11.18
11.19
11.20
11.21
11.22
11.23
Chapter 12
12.1
12.2
Chapter 13
13.1
13.2
Chapter 14
Gyro Compass System
Marine Radar
3D High Resolution Sonar System
Electronic Chart Display and Information System (ECDIS) with Differential Global
Positioning System and Echo Sounder
International Maritime Mobile (IMM) VHF Radio with GMDSS
Automatic Identification System (AIS)
CCTV System
Wind Speed and Direction Indicator
Electronic Marine AM/FM Radio Broadcast Receiver
Marine Band Hand-held Waterproof Radio Transceiver
Thermal Night Vision System
Voyage Data Recorder (VDR)
Third Generation Mobilising System (TGMS) and Digital Trunk Radio System
(DTRS)
Wired Intercom System
Wireless Intercom System
Visual Augmentation System
Installation Requirements
Acceptance Test
Documentation & Quotation For the Proposed Equipment
Additional requirements for CCTV system
Services Support
General Requirement
Information to be Provided Prior to and at Delivery Acceptance
Training
Training on Electronics Navigational Equipment (ENE)
Training on Operation and Maintenance of the Vessel
Abbreviations
Annexes
Annex 1
Warranty Services and Guarantee Slipping
Annex 2
Implementation Timetable
Annex 3
Drawings Submission Timetable
Annex 4
Main Items Inspection Timetable
Annex 5
Endurance and Performance Tests
Annex 6
Conceptual Block Diagram of Electronic Equipment
Annex 7
List of Government Dockyard Contractors
Annex 8
As-fitted Drawings and Machinery/Equipment documents and information literature to
be delivered to the Government after Delivery Acceptance
Annex 9
Definitions of Wave and Sea
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Chapter 1
1.1
General Provisions
Introduction
1.1.1
This document (or “Technical Specifications” (TS)) sets out the requirements of the
Government in relation to One (1) Fire-Fighting Vessel (viz., “Vessel”) for use by the Fire
Services Department (“FSD” or the “user department”).
1.1.2
Unless otherwise specified in the Technical Specifications, all the specifications stated in this
Part VII of the Tender Documents are classified and labelled as follows:
(a)
Essential Requirements [E]; and
(b)
Those specifications that are not labelled with [E] shall equally form part of the
Contract like the specifications labelled as [E], but the Government will not conduct
checks at the tendering stage whether the products offered comply with those
specifications not labelled with [E].
1.1.3
All this TS shall form part of the Contract. As part of the tender evaluation during the
tendering stage (Stage of the tender evaluation), the Tenderer shall submit all the information
sufficiently detailed to substantiate that the product and the services offered meet the
Essential Requirements as stipulated in Annex C to the Conditions of Tender, failing which
its tender will not be considered further.
1.1.4
All Technical Specifications, including the desirable requirements labelled with [D] (if and to
the extent the Contractor has indicated compliance in its tender), which are not classified as
Essential Requirements shall also form part of the Contract and be of equal materiality and
importance upon the award of the Contract. The non-compliance with any specifications set
out in these Technical Specifications shall have the same consequences as specified in the
Contract. Save during the tendering stage in the manner as mentioned above, no
differentiation shall be made based on the classification unless otherwise expressly specified.
1.1.5
The Vessel shall be Ready for Use before the Delivery Date and delivered by the Delivery
Date as per the schedule stipulated under Schedule 2 – Delivery Schedule of Part V.
1.1.6
Unless otherwise expressly defined in the Contract, all technical terms and expressions used
in the TS shall be interpreted in accordance with the professional or common usage in naval
architecture, marine engineering, nautical navigation and the shipbuilding industry.
1.2
1.2.1
Statement of Purposes of the Vessel
The Vessel is required to provide the principal functions:
(a)
The Vessel is a fire-fighting vessel for Hong Kong waters.
(b)
The Vessel shall also be a reserve command boat for the two existing command
boats (“CB1” and “CB2”) at the Hong Kong International Airport when these two
vessels are attending their annual docking or at time of emergency repair.
(c)
The Vessel is a rescue vessel to evacuate people on board a Nuclear Powered
Warship (NPW) that visits Hong Kong. The Vessel will also transfer people ashore
from the NPW, including those who are suspected of being or have been
contaminated by nuclear particulates. The Vessel shall be capable of providing
immediate cleansing and decontamination for these people on board, including a
stretcher room for some of the sick persons.
(d)
The Vessel will be equipped to handle incidents occurring at the Daya Bay Nuclear
Plant that affects Hong Kong. It will serve as a transportation vessel for rescue
personnel to reach the incident site, to decontaminate them after work, and to take
them back to safe haven depot in Hong Kong.
(e)
As a rescue vessel the Vessel can also handle incidents of CBRN (Chemical
Biological Radiation and Nuclear) in Hong Kong for the above mentioned missions
that involve the transportation decontamination and evacuation of persons suspected
of HazMat (Hazardous Material) contaminated or have been in contact with HazMat.
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1.3
Authorities
1.3.1
The Government New Construction Section (GNC) of the Marine Department (MD) is the
section responsible for the procurement of the Vessel for the Government of the Hong Kong
Special Administrative Region (HKSAR) of the People’s Republic of China (hereinafter
referred to as the Government).
1.3.2
GNC may delegate the site supervision work including plan reviewing work during the
construction stage to private consultancy firms to act on behalf of the Government.
1.3.3
The Electrical and Mechanical Services Department (EMSD) is the Department which will
oversee the communication equipment and Electronic Navigational Equipment (“ENE”)
technical acceptance.
1.4
Shipyard
1.4.1
The Tenderer’s shipyard must have the essential shipbuilding and workshop facilities such as
lifting gears, aluminium hull construction and calibration equipment, machinery installation
and calibration equipment, and vessel launching or slipping facilities.
[E]
1.4.2
The Contractor shall employ a team of professional staff to carry out the design of the Vessel
and also carry out supervision and quality control work in the course of Vessel construction.
1.5
Design and Construction Responsibility
1.5.1
It is the SOLE responsibility of the Contractor to supply a Vessel which is safe, fit and
suitable for the operation of the user department and which meets all the relevant regulations
and the specifications in these TS including the desirable requirements (if and to the extent
the Contractor has indicated compliance in its tender), which include without limitation
requirements for safety, health, environmental protection, hull form design features, structure,
method and materials for construction and fitting out, stability, sub-division and operational
efficiency.
1.5.2
The Vessel shall be designed and constructed in accordance with the latest edition of the rules
and regulations of a Recognised Organisation (RO). References to “RO” in this TS shall
mean the RO as specified in Schedule 9 of Part V. References to “RO Requirements”
shall mean the requirement of the rules and regulations of the RO as specified in
Schedule 9 of Part V.
1.5.3
The Vessel is required to be issued with a certificate of class with notation by the RO as
specified in Schedule 9 of Part V. All plans, particulars and documentations which are
required for the classification of the Vessel by the RO, in addition to those listed in Annex 3
to this Part shall be approved by the RO before submission to MD for endorsement and final
approval prior to commencement of work. Any subsequent modifications or additions are to
be treated in the same manner. Those drawings which are not required under ship
classification approval shall be submitted to MD for approval before work is carried out.
1.5.4
Notwithstanding the submission of the preliminary plans and drawings by the Contractor then
as part of its tender for the Contract, all plans and drawings of the Vessel except the design
stresses and scantling, shall be submitted to GNC for approval before completion of the
Vessel design. The design stresses and scantling including internal structural members shall
be approved by the RO.
1.5.5
The Contractor shall design, build and supply the Vessel in full compliance with the
requirements given in these TS which, to that extent, may be over and above what is normally
required by any statutory and RO’s rules and regulations. Should there be any contradiction
between the rules and regulations of the RO and the TS, the TS shall prevail unless GNC
stipulates or agrees otherwise.
1.5.6
Even if the Contractor may appoint a Sub-contractor to design the Vessel with the prior
written consent of the Government, the Contractor shall not be relieved of its obligations
under the Contract through such appointment, and the Contractor shall be responsible for all
acts, defaults and omissions of the sub-contractor as if they were its own.
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1.6
Survey and Inspection
1.6.1
Tenderers shall note that the unit price per Vessel quoted in Schedule 1 – Price Schedule in
Part V shall be deemed to have included the cost of surveys to be carried out by the relevant
RO in respect of that Vessel (if required to be arranged by the Contractor under the Contract)
and survey visits expenses by Government officers.
1.6.2
All electronic items and their installations shall be approved and inspected by EMSD or
EMSD representatives as part of the Technical Acceptance.
1.6.3
Subject to Paragraph 1.6.7 of this Chapter, an advance written notice of not less than five
working days (if the Vessel is located in Asia), and ten working days (if the Vessel is located
other than Asia) must be given to GNC before the representatives of GNC and other
Government officers are invited to conduct a survey visit of the Vessel. The Contractor
shall be fully responsible for any delay if the Contractor fails to give adequate notice as
aforesaid.
1.6.4
The Contactor shall provide
(a)
an Implementation Timetable, in the form set out in Annex 2 to the TS, setting out the
major milestones and their scheduled completion dates and incorporating the Delivery
Dates specified in Schedule 2 of Part V;
(b)
the Drawing Submissions Timetable in the form set out in Annex 3 to the TS; and
(c)
the Main Items Inspection Timetable in the form set out in Annex 4 to the TS.
Each one of the above shall be submitted to GNC for approval by the respective deadlines
specified in Clause 11 of the Conditions of Contract.
The Delivery Date(s) for the Vessel as stated in the Implementation Timetable shall be no
later than those set out in Schedule 2 of Part V. Notwithstanding anything in the Contract to
the contrary, the Government may suspend payment of any of the instalment specified in
Schedule 3 of Part V of the Contract if any of the timetables required herein has not been
submitted for GNC’s approval or GNC does not approve any of them or if the progress of
work does not comply with any of them as approved by GNC.
1.6.5
A weekly work progress report with photos evidencing the progress and material/equipment
procurement status is required to be submitted to MD during the construction of the Vessel.
The weekly report shall be submitted before noon of every Monday.
1.6.6
MD may designate consultant(s) from private sector who will be authorised to represent the
GNC in all technical matters including site supervision and plan approval related to the
construction of the Vessel. The Contractor shall cooperate with the consultant(s) and afford
them unhindered access to the Vessel at all times during working hours, and shall furnish
them with current copies of all approved drawings, sketches, correspondence, change notices,
change orders, test agendas, schedules etc.
1.6.7
After arriving at the site for a survey visit, if MD / GNC officer / consultant considers it is
unsafe to carry out the test or inspection, the test/inspection will not be carried out. The
Contractor shall arrange another additional survey visit at the Contractor’s expenses. The
Government shall not be responsible for any delay arising from any postponement in
conducting the survey visit due to any safety issue as specified in this Paragraph.
1.6.8
Where any fee charge and associated expense are payable for the services of an RO which are
necessary in order to fulfil any obligation of the Contractor under the Contract, the Contractor
is responsible for paying the RO all such fees, charges and associated expenses. Such fees
shall include charges for drawing approval, surveys (if deemed necessary), issue of
certificates, and any other expenses payable to the RO.
1.6.9
The Contractor shall provide offices space for MD officers and consultants during their
survey visits and construction progress visits to the Vessel at the shipyard where the Vessel is
constructed. The office space shall include, but not be limited to, two (2) desks, six (6)
chairs, one (1) telephone, one (1) conference table for 10 persons, drinking facilities, power
supply and one (1) cupboard for storage of documents and working clothes. The space
provided by the Contractor shall also be fitted with air conditioning, have Internet access, a
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copying and a printer machine.
day.
1.6.10
1.7
Cleaning of the space shall be carried out in each working
The hours of work of MD officers, FSD officers or consultants will be arranged to coincide
with those of the shipyard, in so far as it is practicable to do so. It is intended that all
reasonable steps be taken so that the duties of the MD officers, FSD officers and consultants
can be carried out with a maximum of efficiency and a minimum of interference with the
Contractor’s work.
Official Sea Trial and Speed Requirements
1.7.1
The Contractor shall submit for MD approval, an Official Sea Trial programme 14 working
days in advance of the Official Sea Trial, which shall include details of proposed procedures
for carrying out the Official Speed Trial, endurance, ship handling at sea and performance
tests, manoeuvring test, crash stop test, astern running test / emergency steering test,
anchoring tests and other tests as stated in this Paragraph. This programme must be
submitted to MD in not less than 14 working days before the trials commence. The
notification for Official Sea Trial shall be included evidence that the Vessel is safe to go to
sea for the intended tests and trials specified in the Contract.
1.7.2
Like all other tests and trials to be conducted as part of the Technical Acceptance, the
Contractor is required to carry out the full Official Sea Trial in Hong Kong at its own expense
(including the expense of fuel, lubrication oil, crew and other necessary expenses), in the
presence of MD officer(s), FSD officers and the consultants. The Contractor shall observe
the local requirements on navigation before the sea trial, including the third party insurance in
accordance with the laws of Hong Kong.
1.7.3
The Contractor shall provide to MD or GNC officers, the name, post, duty and experience of
each one of the Contractor’s staff on board the Vessel during the Official Sea Trial to ensure
the safe operation of the trial. The number of persons on board during a particular test or
trial has to be agreed by the MD/GNC officers. The location of each person on board (which
can affect the centre of gravity of the Vessel under trial) will need to be first agreed by the
GNC.
1.7.4
The Contractor shall provide a trial report to GNC after completion of the above tests. The
report shall contain information regarding the method of test, engine(s) running condition,
sea, weather and wind conditions, Vessel loading condition, the heeling angles (steady or
varying as the case may be) during each forward turning manoeuvre, and any other relevant
information as required by GNC or GNC appointed consultant during the tests; and such
information shall be prepared in a format agreed by GNC.
1.7.5
Official Speed Trial
(a)
The Official Speed Trial shall be carried out in the Hong Kong Waters.
(b)
As part of the Technical Acceptance as specified in Paragraph 1.8.1 of this Chapter 1,
the Contractor shall carry out the Official Speed Trial in the presence of GNC officers or
their appointed agents.
(c)
The actual mean speed of the Vessel (i.e. NOT theoretical) shall be measured during the
Official Speed Trial runs to determine if the Contract Speed can be achieved. The speed
calculations must NOT be corrected by wind, wave, tidal current, shallow water effects
and weather condition.
(d)
The actual mean speed is to be calculated as the arithmetic mean of not less than FOUR
continuous runs, i.e. TWO runs in each direction. The speed for each run shall be taken
by measuring the time of the Vessel running for one nautical mile between two poles or
other measuring method acceptable to MD.
(e)
The Contract Speed is considered not achieved if the Contract Speed cannot be attained
during the Official Speed Trial after a total of FIVE runs in each direction.
(f)
The Contract Speed to be achieved by the Vessel in the Official Speed Trial shall be the
minimum highest achievable speed of 35 knots with the engine power at 90% Maximum
Continuous Rating (MCR) and the Vessel under Official Speed Trial Conditions as
stated in Annex 5 to this Part. If the Vessel fails to achieve the minimum highest
achievable speed of 35 knots under the aforesaid conditions, the Government will deem
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that the Vessel has failed to pass the Official Speed Trial and therefore Technical
Acceptance.
(g)
The instrument use in measuring the Contract Speed for the Official Speed Trial shall be
provided either by:
(i)
the Contractor provided that the speed measuring device has been calibrated
by a certified body in Hong Kong acceptable to GNC; or
(ii)
Global Positioning System (GPS) supplied by the Government.
The GPS or Differential Global Positioning System (DGPS) which is properly
calibrated (with supporting calibration documents) and installed on board the Vessel,
is acceptable to GNC; or other speed measuring methods that are acceptable to GNC.
1.7.6
(h)
The Vessel must be in the trial conditions (see Annex 5 to this Part for the conditions of
the trials) during the Official Speed Trial. All Equipment shall also have passed the
Technical Acceptance and be in operation during the Official Sea Trial.
(i)
The speed, time of the day, engine running conditions, sea condition, etc., shall be
properly recorded by the Contractor, and signed as witnessed by GNC surveyor (or
GNC representatives) during the Official Sea Trial. A copy of the Official Sea Trial
Report as required in Paragraph 1.7.6 below shall be given to GNC before Delivery
Acceptance.
(j)
Upon successful completion of the Official Speed Trial in Hong Kong, the Contractor
shall arrange GNC officers to carry out hull bottom inspection on the vessel to check for
any hull damage before delivery.
The following tests shall be conducted and the testing results shall be recorded and form part
of the Official Sea Trial Report:
(a)
Endurance Test
The Endurance Test shall be carried out for different engine loading and speeds to
obtain the speed/fuel consumption curves (or data) for the Vessel, with the engine(s)
operating within the manufacturer recommended engine operating conditions. The
test results shall be recorded in accordance with the requirements stipulated in Annex 5
to this Part. The report submitted shall include a curve or curves showing ship speed
versus propulsion engine(s) rpm and power, with particulars of the vessel loading and
displacement in the test(s).
(b)
Manoeuvrability Test
Forward turning circle tests to port and starboard sides shall be carried out with:
(i)
both engines running; and
(ii)
single engine running.
The minimum time for turning to both sides at 15°, 90°, 180°, 270° and 360°shall be
recorded.
(c)
Crash Stop Test
The minimum time and distance achievable by the Vessel when running from full
ahead to stop, and then to full astern shall be determined at the Crash Stop Test.
(d)
Astern Running Test / Emergency Steering Test
The maximum astern running speed achievable by the Vessel shall be determined by
the test. Also an emergency steering test shall be carried out to ascertain satisfactory
emergency steering operations.
(e)
Anchoring Test according to RO Requirements.
(f)
Noise Level Test according to the requirement stipulated in Paragraph 4.15.3 of Chapter
4 of this Part.
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1.8
1.8.1
1.8.2
Acceptance and Delivery
Technical Acceptance
(a)
This includes all the hull construction, mechanical and electrical tests and trials as
required in this Part and those considered necessary by the Government, including
equipment tests, anchoring tests, inclining experiment and bottom survey on the slipway
in Hong Kong, the Official Speed Trial as mentioned in Paragraph 1.7.5 of this Chapter
shall be conducted in Hong Kong Waters, the Endurance Test, Manoeuvrability and
Crash Stop Tests as mentioned in the Paragraphs 1.7.6 (a) to (c), the bench acceptance
test and on-site commissioning test for ENE as mentioned in Chapter 11 of this Part and
all other verification tests to determine whether or not the Vessel including the
Equipment has been supplied in accordance with all the specifications set out in these
Technical Specifications.
(b)
All electronic items and their installations shall be approved and inspected by EMSD as
part of the Technical Acceptance.
(c)
The Contractor shall supply all necessary equipment and labour at its own cost for
carrying out the tests and trials stated in Paragraph 1.8.1(a) above.
(d)
If the Vessel cannot pass all of the tests comprised in the Technical Acceptance by the
Delivery Date specified in the Contract, the options available to the Government are set
out in Clause 12 of the Conditions of Contract and other applicable provisions of the
Contract.
Delivery Acceptance
(a)
The Vessel, after its successful completion of Technical Acceptance, shall be delivered
at the Contractor's expense to the Government Dockyard. If the delivery of the Vessel
in Ready to Use condition is 120 days later than the Delivery Date specified in Schedule
2 of Part V, at the discretion of Government, the Contract may be terminated according
to the applicable terms stipulated in the Contract.
(b)
Certificate of class for the Vessel with notations as specified in Schedule 9 shall be
issued by the relevant RO as specified in Schedule 9 before the Acceptance Certificate is
issued by the Government.
(c)
The Delivery Acceptance of the Vessel shall be carried out by GNC in accordance with
the terms stipulated in the Contract. The Delivery Acceptance is only completed when
the Acceptance Certificate is issued by the Director of Marine.
(d)
The Contractor must demonstrate to MD that all hull construction, outfitting, vessel
stability, machinery, electrical and electronic equipment are in good working order; and
must hand over the Vessel, its fixtures and Equipment to MD in good and complete
condition.
(e)
Not later than six weeks before the Delivery Acceptance of the Vessel, the Contractor is
required to submit to GNC four copies of the Inventory List covering all items of or
relating to the Vessel including all engines, on board equipment, manuals,
documentation, spares, stores, and equipment for testing in respect of the entire Vessel.
The Inventory List shall be approved by MD seven days before the day of Delivery
Acceptance and covers everything which the Contractor is required to deliver under the
Contract. At the Delivery Acceptance of the Vessel, the approved Inventory List will
be used to check that all the items have been delivered to MD seven days in a
satisfactory state. Details of each inventory item shall include: item name, description,
type, quantity, manufacture’s name and contact details, part reference number and/or
serial number, and the items’ locations in the Vessel.
(f)
The items specified in Paragraph 12.2 of Chapter 12, and all items set out in the
Inventory List in the form as approved or stipulated by the Government shall be
delivered to MD at the Delivery Acceptance of the Vessel. The Contractor must
provide 14 days advance notice in writing for Vessel delivery when the Vessel is
considered to be completed in accordance with the Contract and Ready for Use and to be
delivered for the Delivery Acceptance. The Government will not accept delivery if
after undergoing the tests and trials in the Technical Acceptance, the Government does
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not consider that the Vessel is in Ready to Use condition.
(g)
1.9
On delivery, the Vessel must be in a clean, tidy and fully fitted and operational
condition.
Warranty Services During the Warranty Period
1.9.1
The Contractor shall either be a Government Recognised Servicing Shipyard, i.e., an
approved contractor on the list of Government Dockyard Contractor under “Group/ Category:
Hull, Deck & Tailshaft Group II” or, before the signing of the Contract, the Contractor shall
have entered into a binding sub-contract with a Government Dockyard Contractor (Group/
Category: Hull, Deck & Tailshaft Group II), which shall provide and is capable of providing
the Warranty Services for the Vessel in the Warranty Period. The prevailing list of
Government Dockyard Contractor (Group/ Category: Hull, Deck & Tailshaft Group II) is at
Annex 7 for reference.
1.9.2
Notwithstanding and without prejudice to the Contractor's obligation to provide the Warranty
Services for the Vessel under the Conditions of Contract, the original copy of the
manufacturer's warranty certificates and all related manuals and documents in respect of all
the Equipment valid for 12 months from the date of Acceptance Certificate of the Vessel,
shall be delivered to MD upon Delivery Acceptance.
1.9.3
The full scope of the Warranty Services is set out in Annex 1 to this Part.
1.9.4
The Contractor is responsible for arranging the Vessel for Guarantee Slipping at the end of
the 12-month Warranty Period. In addition to any defects which the Contractor may be
required to fix under Clause 18 of Part IV (Conditions of Contract), the Contractor shall also
be responsible for the rectification of any defects found in the course of Guarantee Slipping.
The full scope of the Services to be provided as part of the Guarantee Slipping is set out in
Annex 1 to this Part.
1.10 Support Services
1.10.1
The Vessel must be designed for through life support and easy maintenance in the HKSAR
based on an operation profile and minimum life expectancy as mentioned in the TS.
1.10.2
The above applies not only to main engines but also to all other equipment installed in the
Vessel. Support and maintenance services must be available (i.e. serviceable) in Hong Kong
in respect of all equipment installed in the Vessel and return of the whole or part of the
Equipment to the original place of manufacturer or supplier shall not be necessary in order to
carry out any repair work.
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Chapter 2
2.1
General Technical Requirements
Guidance General Arrangement Plan
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2.2
General Provisions
2.2.1
Without prejudice to the generality of Chapter 1, this Chapter contains the more particular
technical specification for the Vessel. The significance of Essential Requirements is
explained in Paragraph 1.1 of Chapter 1 above.
2.2.2
The work to be done under this Contract consists of the design, construction, outfit, testing
and delivery of one (1) Fire-Fighting Vessel for the Fire Services Department. Workmanship,
functions, characteristics and performance are to be in accordance with these TS, best marine
construction practices, and the regulatory standards herein specified or otherwise applicable.
2.2.3
Whilst the Contractor is required to exercise its professional expertise and knowledge to come
up with an appropriate design for the Vessel which can comply with all requirements of the
Contract, the Guidance General Arrangement Plan shown above only serves as guidance and
is a reference drawing to help to explain the tender requirements.
2.2.4
During the design and construction of the Vessel, the Contractor is required to submit a
detailed General Arrangement Plan (GA Plan) and all relevant construction drawings for
GNC’s approval and acceptance.
2.2.5
ALL the machinery, equipment and facilities, furniture, fixtures and fittings, including
outfitting of the Vessel that are described in the TS, together with their requirements for
design and installation standards that are stipulated in this Chapter and in any other parts of
the TS, are the items that must be included in the complete “As-built” Vessel delivered to the
Government.
2.3
Rules and Regulations
2.3.1
The Vessel shall be designed and constructed in accordance with the latest edition of the rules
and regulations of a Recognised Organisation (RO). The Tenderer shall state in Schedule 9
of Part V which RO and its rules and regulations and class notation shall be used in the design
and construction of the Vessel.
[E]
2.3.2
The Vessel is required to be issued with certificate of class with notation as in Schedule 9 by
the relevant RO. All plans, particulars and documentations which are required for the
classification of the Vessel, in addition to those listed in Annex 3 to this Part shall be
approved by the relevant RO before submission to GNC for endorsement and final approval
prior to commencement of work. Any subsequent modifications or additions are to be
treated in the same manner.
2.3.3
The Contractor shall design, build and supply the Vessel in full compliance with the
requirements given in these TS which, to that extent, may be over and above what is normally
required by any statutory and RO’s rules and regulations. Should there be any contradiction
between the rules and regulations of the RO and the TS, the final decision shall rest with
GNC.
2.3.4
Without prejudice to the general requirement that the Contractor shall perform all Work in
full compliance with all applicable laws and regulations, and in full compliance with the
requirements of the Contract including these TS, the construction of the Vessel must, subject
to Paragraph below, comply with the rules and regulations of an RO and/or other entities as
specified below:
(a)
International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC) Regulations for the Electrical and
Electronic Equipment.
(b)
International Telecommunications Union recommendations in the International Radio
Regulations (ITU-R).
(c)
Quality and standards of the welding shall comply with the rules of an RO or American
Welding Society (AWS) or other applicable international standards or rules acceptable
by MD.
(d)
International Regulations for Preventing Collisions at Sea 1972, as amended by
International Maritime Organisation (IMO) Resolution A464(XII) and A626(XV).
(e)
ISO 12215-4 “Small Craft – Hull Construction and scantlings – Part 4 Workshop and
Manufacturing”.
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(f)
2.4
All equipment/fittings shall be designed and manufactured to at least the standards as
specified in these Technical Specifications. When none of the rules and regulations in
Paragraphs 2.3.4 (a) to (f) above are applicable, then the applicable standards specified
by the applicable organisations below shall be complied with:
BSI
British Standards Institute
GB
Standardization Administration of the People’s Republic of China
IEEE
Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers
ISO
International Organization for Standardization
JIS
Japanese Industrial Standards
Contract Speed
2.4.1
Not less than 35 knots when all of the engines running with the output power at 90% of
Maximum Continuous Rating (MCR) under Official Speed Trial Conditions as stated in
Annex 5 to Part VII.
[E]
2.4.2
The guaranteed speed prescribed above shall be achieved without porpoising, or other
dynamic instabilities. The waterjet propulsion system selected shall match the engine profile
and avoid cavitations as far as possible.
2.5
Principal Dimensions
[E]
Length Overall:
-
Between 33 metres and 35 metres.
Breadth:
-
Must not exceed 12 metres. (Fenders Excluded)
Maximum Draught:
-
Must not exceed 1.8 metres.
Air Draught:
-
Must not exceed 7.8 metres in any of the operational
mode of the Vessel.
"Length Overall" means the distance between the foreside of the foremost fixed permanent
structure and the aftside of the aftermost fixed permanent structure of the Vessel (transom),
but does not include waterjet system and out-fittings.
The Tenderer shall indicate the
length overall of the Vessel in dimension scale in General Arrangement Plan submitted
according to Schedule 7 of Part V.
2.6
Material of the Structure
Material of Hull Structure:
Marine aluminium alloy
[E]
Material of Main Deck:
Marine aluminium alloy
[E]
Material of Superstructure:
Marine aluminium alloy
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2.7
Propulsion System
2.7.1
Four waterjet propulsion units shall be driven by four marine diesel engines, each unit shall
be the same manufacturer, same model and deliver same horsepower.
[E]
2.7.2
Two external fire pumps (each having at least 8,000 litres per minute) are driven by power
take off (PTO) from two inner propulsion engines, both outer propulsion engines shall be
used for manouvering of the Vessel during fire fighting mode.
[E]
2.8
2.8.1
Vessel Operating Profile and Environment
Summary of Operational Hours / Range
:
:
:
Number of hours/day
Number of days/year
Endurance for fuel
capacity
2.8.2
Operational Modes:
(c)
2.8.4
2.8.5
[E]
Three (3) independent operational modes:
(a)
(b)
2.8.3
10 hours/day
300 days/year
4 hours at the maximum speed capability of the
Vessel with full fuel oil tank(s)
Transportation, Training and Fire-fighting mode;
CBRN (Chemical Biological Radioactive Nuclear)
administrative support mode; and
Rescue at sea mode.
“Transportation, Training and Fire-fighting Mode”:
(a)
Carries 7 crew and 30 land crew for fire-fighting, or
(b)
Carries 7 crew and 30 seated persons in transportation; and
(c)
The Vessel shall be fully capable of and well equipped for fire-fighting.
“Chemical, Biological, Radiological and Nuclear (CBRN) Mode”:
(a)
Carries 7 crew and 12 land crew complete with protection clothing and rescue
equipment, and in addition, carries 30 seated persons in transportation (i.e. total 7
crew members and 42 persons); or
(b)
As a standing still support barge, carries 7 crew and 12 land crew in full protection
clothing and carrying rescue equipment, and 30 clean and decontaminated seated
persons, and 10 seated persons waiting for cleansing decontamination (i.e. total 7
crew members and 52 persons).
“Rescue Mode”:
(a)
In the Vessel non-running condition, as a rescue barge the Vessel shall be able to
rescue the maximum number of 420 persons from sea using Jason’s Cradle, rescue
net/scoop and inflatable rafts that are carried by the Vessel.
(b)
The type, capacity and number of these international standard inflatable rescue life
rafts to be employed, and their storage locations, shall be part of the Vessel design
that shall be acceptable to FSD and GNC.
(c)
Based on the criteria mentioned above, the Vessel shall take on board:
[E]
(i)
37 crew members, and
(ii)
Not less than 70 persons (either seated or un-seated in case of an
emergency rescue operation).
That is 37 crews and 70 persons, total of 107 persons.
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(d)
2.8.6
However, the Vessel shall also be designed such that, in a matter of life-death rescue
operation the Vessel shall take on board the maximum number of persons (who will
either be sitting or standing or lying on deck at any available space with or without
shelter) without affecting the overall stability of the Vessel when it is stationery at
sea like a dumb barge. Hence the Vessel shall also comply with the specific stability
requirements for this purpose.
Operational environment:
Up to Beaufort wind scale number 8 and Sea State 5
Beaufort number 8
Gale, fresh gale
62–74km/h (17.2-20.6 m/s)
39–46 mph
34–40 knot
17.2–20.7 m/s
Sea State 5
2.8.7
2.9
2.5 to 4 metres
Rough
Ambient Conditions - All machinery, equipment, systems shall be capable of operating at
their full design performance under the following environmental conditions:
External air
+ 40 ºC
Internal air
+ 20 ºC
Machinery space
+ 45 ºC
Maximum seawater temperature
+ 30 ºC
(All equipment at full rated power)
Markings and Colour Scheme
2.9.1
Markings and colour scheme for the Vessel shall be provided by the Contractor. Colour
scheme shall be approved by GNC before application. All painting colour scheme for
fittings shall be agreed by GNC.
2.9.2
All labelling shall be both in Chinese and English and as per applicable rules and regulations
of an RO. The FSD logo shall also be displayed on both sides of the deckhouse and at
location as directed by MD.
2.9.3
The Vessel’s name shall be painted on both sides of the bow and the transom centre to MD
and user department’s satisfaction. Draught marks shall also be marked at both sides of bow
and stern. The full load design draught mark shall be marked at port and starboard
amidship. Vessel’s identification shall be marked as large as possible at the deckhouse top
for helicopter viewing.
2.9.4
All labelling, stencilling and marking (not limited to the hull but including all aspects of the
Vessel) shall be made on separate plaques, boards or labels attached to the structure. By
default all displays, control actuators, electric switches, valves, and other equipment shall be
labelled to indicate their type and function as appropriate.
2.9.5
Exits shall be identified and labelled. Stowage locations for life jackets and quantities of life
jackets contained therein shall be identified.
2.9.6
Safety markings for the prevention of person tripping in the Vessel shall be provided where
necessary.
2.10 Tally Plates
2.10.1
The following information shall be displayed on the builder’s plate.
(a)
Builder’s name;
(b)
Vessel’s name;
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2.10.2
(c)
Year of build;
(d)
Maximum number of persons including the crew that the Vessel is designed to
carry.
Tally plates in both English and Chinese characters shall be fitted for all spaces and all
equipment as required by MD including but not limited to:
(a)
Equipment in the console;
(b)
Electrical and communication equipment;
(c)
Air vents and filling pipes for the fuel oil tanks;
(d)
All valves and equipment on deck;
(e)
Control panels, switchboards, distribution boxes and electrical circuits; and
(f)
Any other equipment/fitting as required.
Information engraved on the tally plates shall include: service, function, mode of operation,
source of power, fuse rating, voltage and warning and other information as required by MD.
2.10.3
Tally plates exposed to weather shall be made of durable and weatherproof material and be
securely fastened.
2.10.4
List of tally plates shall be provided as directed by MD.
2.11 Other Design Features
2.11.1
Berthing requirement of the Vessel shall match with the designated point of berth at
Government Dockyard.
2.11.2
Permanent list is not allowed.
2.11.3
Permanent ballasts can only be used as agreed by GNC.
2.11.4
The Vessel shall be free of unacceptable structural vibrations and free of excessive porpoising
at all speeds so that there is no loss of directional control.
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Chapter 3
3.1
Hull and Deckhouse
Structures of the Hull and Deckhouse
3.1.1
The Vessel shall be designed and built with a catamaran hull form and the hull structure shall
be constructed of marine aluminium alloy.
3.1.2
The design stress and load (wave height versus speed); maximum acceleration considered and
scantlings calculation including the internal structural members shall be approved by an RO.
All materials and build processes for aluminium construction shall comply with an approved
standard. Their selection shall recognise the craft through life cycle and service conditions
for ease of repair in the event of hull damage.
3.1.3
The hull structure design loads shall be in accordance with the Vessel operational profile and
other applicable requirements. Hull construction materials shall be new and of a type which
has been certified by an RO or other entities acceptable to GNC for shipbuilding purposes.
3.1.4
The Contractor shall carry out quality control throughout the construction of the Vessel by
their quality control personnel.
3.1.5
Records of the structural materials used for vessel construction and up-to-date copies shall be
provided to GNC before and/or during the construction stage of the Vessel.
3.1.6
Strength shall be maintained by ensuring hull structural continuity of main members
including bottom and deck girders and transverse web frames. Where the strength of a main
structural member is impaired by cuts or interruptions in continuity, efficient means of
compensation shall be fitted. Special care shall be given to reinforcing the hull in way of the
fenders and areas likely to experience slamming.
3.1.7
Major penetrations or access openings through the transverse hull bulkheads below the main
weather deck level shall be avoided as far as possible. Cable penetrations shall be located as
high and as far inboard as possible. Any and all penetrations through bulkheads below the
main deck shall be fitted with RO approved devices and be so arranged to ensure the
bulkhead to be entirely watertight and strength maintained.
3.1.8
Weather-tight deckhouse located above the main deck shall, in their outside boundaries, have
means of closing the openings, and such means shall be of sufficient strength and be of a
design to maintain weather-tight integrity in all operational conditions.
3.1.9
Close attention shall be paid to the fabrication and installation of machinery foundations to
insure rigidity of the foundations and their structural continuity with adjacent structure.
3.1.10
The keel structure shall be arranged to accommodate Vessel’s dry docking and lifting
requirements in the Government Dockyard and relevant dockyard in Hong Kong.
3.2
3.2.1
Hull and Deckhouse Structural Requirements
Hull Structure Construction
General
(a)
Trunks, coamings, and openings where applicable shall have radius corners as large as
possible.
(b)
Fittings and openings through decks and bulkheads for pipes and cables shall be
properly designed using approved fittings to maintain watertight integrity, reduce
transmission of heat, and to minimise transfer of machinery vibration and noise to the
hull structure.
(c)
Limber and vent holes shall be cut as necessary to ensure proper venting and drainage of
all tanks, compartments, pockets, and voids. All tanks shall have limber holes and vent
holes of adequate size for full capacity flow to suction and vent lines. There shall be no
pockets where water can be trapped at any normal list or trim to be encountered in
service.
(d)
Sharp corners shall be avoided.
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3.2.2
3.2.3
Tightness
(a)
The weather-tightness of any fittings on the weather deck and deckhouse shall be
demonstrated by directing a water stream from a 12 mm diameter nozzle at all parts of
the exterior including all windows, doors, and hatches. The nozzle shall be 1.5 metre or
less from the fitting being tested, and the water pressure at the nozzle shall be at least 4
bar. Any leakage will be considered to be a failure of the test and corrective measures
shall be taken.
(b)
Chalk tests shall be carried out if the above two methods are not applicable.
(c)
All structures and fittings shall withstand the tests described above and any weakness
shall be made good by, and at the expense of, the Contractor.
Fairness
The hull, decks, and deckhouse side wall shall be fair, and shall be free from objectionable
buckles or uneven sight edges. Special care shall be used in aligning and fairing of surfaces
which are to be joined.
3.2.4
3.2.5
3.2.6
3.2.7
Decks, Platforms, Flats and Stiffness
(a)
All decks, platforms and walking flats shall be sufficiently reinforced to prevent
deflection that might be caused by service load, an individual walking or standing on
the deck and/or by structural flexure of the hull and/or deckhouse. Structures under
or behind fittings shall be adequately strengthened to withstand the load exerted by or
on the fittings.
(b)
The main deck shall be fitted with weather-tight hatches for removal of main engines
and generators.
(c)
Adequately secured grating shall be provided as required and to GNC’s satisfaction.
Removable grating shall be provided where required for access to valves, equipment,
bilge pickups, and to other systems below.
Through-Hull Fittings
(a)
Through-hull fittings shall be located in convenient locations for maintenance purposes,
as required for equipment listed in these Technical Specifications. The number of
through-hull fittings shall be kept to a minimum.
(b)
If required all through-hull fittings located below the waterline shall be fitted with
shut-off valves fabricated of metal and having suitable corrosion protection, such as
cathodic protection.
(c)
The hull external shell surface below the waterline where through-hull fittings are
located shall be fitted with external fairings/screens to minimise drag.
Hull Structural Closures
(a)
Access to hull compartments from the main deck shall be provided by watertight deck
hatches.
(b)
Flush deck hatches fitted with waterproof soft patch or gasket shall be provided for
engine and equipment removal or maintenance purposes. Soft patches shall be secured
properly and to GNC’s satisfaction.
(c)
Flush access to fore peak from the main deck shall be provided.
(d)
Two access shall provided from the main deck to the engine room
(e)
Hinged hatch covers shall be provided with means to hold them in the fully opened
position.
(f)
All access closings shall be able to be opened and closed at both sides.
Deckhouse Closures
(a)
The weather-tight doors complied with the requirements of RO shall be provided for
access into the deckhouse.
(b)
Doors giving access to the deckhouse shall have a coaming as per RO’s regulation above
the finished main deck surface.
(c)
Appropriate locking devices to be provided for all access doors which can be operable at
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both sides.
3.2.8
3.3
(d)
Deckhouse shall be so designed to facilitate the removal of engines from the engine
room to shore for maintenance and repair. Opening on deck and closing hatches shall
be provided and maintaining the structural strength of the deck structure.
(e)
All doors in the deckhouse should have clear toughened safety glass windows.
[D]
Hull Preservatives and Coverings
(a)
Exterior surfaces of the Vessel above the boot top (boot topping being the part of the
outside shell of the Vessel between the light and loaded draught, that is, that part of the
hull which is exposed alternately to wind and water) shall painted and prepared to a satin
finish/appearance/texture.
(b)
Antifouling paint shall be applied by the Contractor to the paint manufacturer and
GNC’s satisfaction.
(c)
Wherever paint is used, the Contractor shall propose a suitable paint specification in
conjunction with a preferred paint manufacturer for GNC’s approval.
(d)
All coatings shall be applied as specified by the manufacturer including temperature and
humidity at time of application, coverage/rate, wet and dry film thickness, recoat time
and application equipment and rate.
(e)
The Vessel shall be painted externally with a paint process which can be guaranteed for
a minimum of two years’ service life by the paint manufacturer. Paint shall be used on
surfaces as directed by GNC.
(f)
Painting Schedule shall be proposed by the Contractor in consultation with the paint
suppliers/manufacturers and submitted for GNC agreement and approval.
(g)
All materials used for painting of the Vessel internally and externally shall be agreed by
GNC and shall not have adverse effects to the environment and the health of persons on
board.
(h)
Painting report for the complete vessel on delivery and after warranty slipping shall be
prepared by the paint manufacturer and submitted to GNC.
Weld Quality
3.3.1
All welding and fabrication work shall be carried out according to the rules of the RO to be
deployed for overseeing the welding and fabrication work.
3.3.2
Welding joints shall be carefully designed and constructed to conform to the latest established
standards and shipbuilding practice to prevent fatigue failures.
3.3.3
Welding and edge preparations shall be carried out by the RO recognised qualified workers.
3.3.4
Only qualified welders shall perform the cutting and welding work.
3.3.5
Certification of the qualifications of each individual welder shall be submitted to MD by the
Contractor before commencing welding works.
3.3.6
Welds installed using unqualified procedures or welding performed by non-certified welders
shall be subject to removal by the Contractor at its own expense.
3.4
3.4.1
Supervision of Fabrication and Assembly
The items listed below (but not limited to for the purpose) are required to be recorded by the
Contractor and submitted to GNC before commencing fabrication:
(a)
Inventory of the incoming materials, consumables components and machinery;
(b)
Traceability procedures for the use of the materials, and their traceable identification
codes;
(c)
Lofting, cutting, fitting, welding, forming and dimensions control of all the major
structural components;
(d)
Welding and inspection procedures for identifying the type and extent of
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Non-Destructive Test (NDT) inspections for the Vessel structures. GNC may require
further NDT where necessary subject to the quality of the welding. A NDT inspection
plan shall be submitted to GNC for approval before inspection;
3.5
3.6
(e)
All NDT reports;
(f)
Welding and inspection qualification and certification of each personnel;
(g)
Records of maintenance and calibration of the welding, machining, measuring and
inspection equipment;
(h)
Records of machining, finish surfaces, and bolting;
(i)
Procedures for work quality non-conformance reporting and records of rectification of
defects;
(j)
The design and manufacturing drawing control procedures, including any of its
revisions and updates, and records for any re-issue of drawings.
Stability and Subdivision
(a)
The preliminary Lines Plan and the preliminary calculations for intact and damaged
stability information of the Vessel shall be submitted with the tender. The calculations
shall be carried out using a proven computer system (viz. recognised by a Government
authority or Classification Society).
[E]
(b)
The Vessel is required to comply with the intact and damaged stability requirements
stated in this Part.
Inclining Experiment
3.6.1
An inclining experiment shall be carried out according to guidance and requirements given in
IMO Resolution A.749(18).
3.6.2
In addition to the requirements above, the Contractor shall follow the requirements given in
this Paragraph 3.6 and any other requirements given in Chapter 5 of these Technical
Specifications
3.6.3
Not less than 14 days before conducting the inclining experiment, a "Scheme of Inclining
Experiment" (“the Scheme”) shall be submitted to GNC for acceptance. The inclining
experiment can only be conducted after GNC has accepted the Scheme.
3.6.4
The Scheme shall include:
(a)
The intended date and time, and the place of the inclining experiment.
(b)
The anticipated water depth at the time of the inclining experiment.
(c)
A recent photograph of the site of inclining experiment.
(d)
A recent photograph of the Vessel to be inclined. That includes its external view and
hull superstructures and main deck situation.
(e)
The name of the RO representative and the name of the Contractor representative who
will attend and be responsible for the inclining experiment.
(f)
The Vessel’s intended initial loading condition (with a comprehensive list of all the
items on board that are not part of the ship structures, machinery, fixture and fittings,
liquid (if any) including persons and inclining experiment facilities and equipment)
during the inclining experiment;
(g)
The proposed initial locations and the subsequent movements of the inclining weights;
(h)
The calculation of the estimated heel of the Vessel before and during the inclining
experiment.
(i)
The proposed number, location and lengths of pendulum used; or other methods of
measuring heel angles (that must be of a type acceptable to GNC).
(j)
The list of data to be measured in accordance with IMO requirements.
(k)
The lightship weight and centers of gravity, the draft and trim and the metacentric
heights of the Vessel after each and every shift of inclining weight shall be determined
in accordance with IMO requirements applicable to the Vessel.
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3.6.5
For the avoidance of doubt, if there is any liquid on board, the worst possible free surface
effects of all liquids on board shall be taken into account in all calculations.
3.6.6
The PRELIMINARY Inclining Experiment Report which shall be submitted to GNC 14
working days before the Official Sea Trials shall include a statement from the Contractor
stating that the Vessel is safe to go to sea for the intended tests and trials specified in the
Contract.
3.6.7
The FINAL Inclining Experiment Report shall be approved by the RO before submitting to
MD for further comments and acceptance.
3.6.8
The Vessel must not carry any operational limitations with respect to its stability capability
within the operational requirements stipulated in the TS.
3.6.9
In addition to the above the requirements for the conduct of and the report of the Inclining
Experiment, the Stability Information Booklet shall also follow any specific requirements
given in the TS.
3.7
Stability of the Vessel and the Stability Information Booklet
3.7.1
The Vessel shall comply fully with ALL the stability criteria (Intact, Damaged and Weather
Criteria) stipulated in the latest and as amended IMO Resolution A.749(18) - Code on Intact
Stability for All Types of Ships covered by IMO Instruments.
3.7.2
The stability due to wind and ship rolling shall be calculated for the operational sea and
weather conditions stipulated in the TS. These calculations shall be submitted to GNC for
approval.
3.7.3
All the requirements stipulated in the latest IMO Resolution A.749(18) – Code on Intact
Stability for All Types of Ships regarding the Stability Information Booklet and the conduct
of the inclining experiment and the Inclining Experiment Report shall be followed.
3.7.4
In this regard the format and presentation of the Stability Information Booklet, Inclining
Experiment Report shall follow strictly to the requirements and instructions in the latest IMO
Resolution A.749(18) – Code on Intact Stability for All Types of Ships covered by IMO
Instruments.
3.7.5
The Stability Information Booklet and the Inclining Experiment Report shall be approved by
the RO before they are submitted to GNC for the final acceptance. These documents shall
only be considered as acceptable when they are accepted in writing by GNC.
3.7.6
A PRELIMINARY Stability Information Booklet based on the estimated centre of gravity
(CG)
positions of the Vessel shall be submitted to GNC during
the design stage and within four months after the kick-off meeting, to show that the Vessel
can fulfill the TS required vessel stability as well as any other stability requirements required
by GNC to be considered, during the design and construction stage.
3.7.7
The Official Sea Trial shall only be carried out after the results of the inclining experiment
show the Vessel’s actual centre of gravity position is consistent with the information given in
the PRELIMINARY Stability Information Booklet, and that the Vessel is safe to go on with
the sea trials.
3.7.8
The FINAL Stability Information Booklet and the Inclining Experiment Report shall be
delivered to GNC at least 14 days before the Delivery Acceptance.
(i)
For the avoidance of doubt, in addition to the above requirements, the Stability
Information Booklet in its final version shall include (but not limited to): ship
particulars, sketch of general arrangement drawing showing different compartment
and tank positions, hydrostatic curves, and cross curves;
(ii)
Tank calibration/sounding tables, fuel oil tank, freshwater tank, etc. These tables
shall consist of the locations of tanks (in terms of frame numbers), levels from tank
bottom, capacity, VCG/LCG/TCG and free surface moments, and the location of the
sounding points. The trim and heel of the Vessel for which these tables are applicable
shall be stated clearly;
(iii)
Stability calculations for each loading condition shall include a profile drawing of the
Vessel and items of deadweight, lightship, displacement, drafts, trim, VCG,
GM(solid & fluid), LCG, down-flooding angle, static stability curves, etc.;
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(iv)
Any other information as reasonably required by the RO and/or GNC; and the
Inclining Experiment Report approved by the RO.
(v)
Both the preliminary and final Stability Information Booklet shall include the
following loading conditions (and any other conditions as may be required by MD
during the design and construction of the Vessel) and their stability results shall be
presented in a manner and format as indicated in latest IMO Resolution A.749(18) –
Code on Intact Stability for All Types of Ships.
Fresh Water (%
Loading Condition
Fuel
Crew and Effects
(%)
Persons
of 2000 litres)
Lightship
0
0
0
0
Full Load Departure
95
95
#
#
Fully Loaded Arrival
10
10
#
#
Sea Trials
**
##
##
0
Fire-fighting condition
30
10
###
0
#
Fully Loaded Departure and Arrival Conditions:
(a)
100 % of ALL crew and ALL persons, together with;
(b)
20 kg effects for each person, for each one of the following conditions:
(i)
Fire-Fighting, Transportation and Training Mode as specified in Paragraph
2.8.3 of Chapter 2 of Part VII.
(ii)
CBRN Mode as specified in Paragraph 2.8.4 of Chapter 2 of Part VII
(iii)
Rescue Mode as specified in Paragraph 2.8.5 of Chapter 2 of Part VII (with the
maximum number of persons who can be accommodated on board in a sitting
position* : in this regard the maximum number of persons shall be determined
and be agreed by FSD and GNC).
* For this requirement, and for the sake of stability assessment under this particular rescue
operation, each one of the rescued person is assumed to be sitting on deck(s) occupying
1 square metre.
##
Sea Trial Condition:
(a)
Total 37 persons, and 20 kg effects for each person;
(b)
500 kg equipment;
(c)
100% foam tank; and
(d)
The total capacity necessary for the CBRN decontamination shower (12 persons at 30
litres per person) AND 200 litres potable fresh water.
** 60% of fuel capacity for the required endurance range
###
Fire-fighting Condition:
(a)
Total 37 persons, and 20 kg effects for each person;
(b)
500 kg equipment;
(c)
100% foam tank; and
(d)
For the Fire-fighting Condition, the Stability Information Booklet shall provide the
stability information of the Vessel when in the above mentioned loading and when
two (2) fire-fighting monitor nozzle facing 90 degrees at beam pointing to the
horizontal, ejecting water at full fire pump power. This stability (and heeling)
calculation shall be carried out for port and starboard situation. For the heel (or
list) calculation the Vessel shall be assumed not in motion (i.e. in still water) and
without any assistance from the propulsion engines.
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(e)
3.8
3.8.1
For the above requirements, the calculations shall also follow the requirements
below:
(i)
The maximum free surface moments shall be used for calculating the
stability of the Vessel in all above conditions.
(ii)
Weight of each crew/person is assumed to be 70 kg, and effects per person
to be 20 kg.
(iii)
VCG of each crew/person shall be assumed as one (1) metre above deck in
their most likely condition in an emergency situation. The likely positions
of these persons shall be agreed by GNC and FSD.
(iv)
Likewise the LCG of each crew/person shall be in their most likely
position on board. The likely positions of these persons shall also be agreed
by GNC and FSD.
(v)
The effect of wind moments in various loading conditions due to 34 knots
wind at beam shall be calculated and duly considered in the stability
calculations of all the above stated conditions, to the satisfaction of GNC.
(f)
The final Stability Information Booklet shall be approved by the RO before
submitting to MD for comments. The Contractor shall supply to MD three copies
of Stability Information Booklet (for the as-built Vessel), which must be given to
MD.
(g)
The final acceptance of the Stability Information Booklet and the Inclining
Experiment Report shall rest with GNC for this Contract.
Specific Requirements for Stability of the Vessel
In addition to the above requirements, it is also essential that:
(a)
at any time the Vessel shall not heel over 7 degrees AND the freeboard at amidships
shall not be reduced by more than 70 % in the Fire-fighting mode of operation when
any one of or both fire monitors are in full power operation at any horizontal and
vertical ejection angle whether the Vessel is stationary in water or under power moving
in any direction and at any forward speed below 5 knots; and
(b)
in the Rescue Mode operation with the maximum number of persons and crew that can
be carried on board according to IMO requirements for passenger carrying vessels, the
angle of heel of the Vessel at full speed turning shall not be greater than 10 degrees or
80% of angle of deck edge immersion, whichever is the less.
3.8.2
To demonstrate the requirements in Paragraph 3.8.1 (b) is achieved the Vessel must carry out
the actual sea trial test (in its Rescue Mode) during the Technical Acceptance. The 10
degrees or less than 80% of angle of deck edge immersion requirements must be
demonstrated by the sea trials of the Vessel in the Technical Acceptance.
3.8.3
The Contractor must provide GNC the turning stability calculation of the Vessel showing it is
safe to conduct the turning test at least 14 working days before the Official Sea Trial.
3.9
Damaged Stability
3.9.1
The Vessel shall comply with the latest and as amended IMO International Code of Safety for
High Speed Craft, 2000 (2000 HSC Code) for multihull craft residual stability after damage.
3.9.2
The Vessel shall also comply with the IMO regulations and requirements where it is
applicable to passenger carrying vessels.
3.9.3
The Vessel shall be designed for a one compartment subdivision standard.
3.9.4
Transverse bulkheads shall be arranged to maintain the stability of the Vessel when flooding
(i.e. total flooding, partial flooding and progressive flooding) of any one of the under deck
compartment occurs, and when there is asymmetric flooding to any one of the under deck
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compartments.
by GNC.
3.9.5
For this calculation the extent of partial and total flooding shall be decided
OF THE ESSENCE the residual stability of the Vessel in the above mentioned damaged
condition shall be sufficient to maintain adequate stability of the Vessel to continue to
operate at sea in any one of operational modes (except the fire-fighting mode) mentioned
in the TS.
3.10 Downflooding Angles and Permeability
3.10.1
The opening(s) to be used to determine the down-flooding points and the angle(s) shall first
be agreed by the RO and GNC before carrying out the calculations.
3.10.2
The permeability of each flooded compartment for the stability calculations shall first be
agreed by GNC.
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Chapter 4
4.1
General Arrangement Plan
General Provision
4.1.1
The Vessel shall be designed and built as a twin-hulled high speed light craft. The hulls and
superstructure are constructed of all welded marine grade aluminium alloy plates and
specially designed extrusions.
4.1.2
The Tenderer should note that the Guidance General Arrangement Plan given in the TS only
serves as a guide and to help to explain the tender requirements. Nevertheless it is a
contractual requirement that all furniture, equipment and facilities, fixture and fittings,
including outfitting of the Vessel that are described in the TS, together with their
requirements for design and installation standards that are stipulated in this Chapter and in
any other parts of the TS are the items that must be included in the complete “As-built”
Vessel delivered to the Government.
4.1.3
The Tenderer should note that the requirements given in Part VII (the TS) are in addition to
the RO requirements and IMO requirements and shall be met by the design and construction
of the Vessel.
4.1.4
The Tenderer shall submit with the tender submission a General Arrangement Plan for
Government consideration at the tendering stage.
4.1.5
During the design and construction of the Vessel, the Contractor shall again submit detailed
General Arrangement Plan to GNC for approval and acceptance.
4.2
General Arrangement
4.2.1
The deckhouse shall be set in to provide a clear deck passageway of not less than 1 metre
width on each side of the weather deck, extending from bow to stern. Obstructions to this
walkway shall be avoided as there can be a large number of rescued persons using the
passageway. Part of interior space on the main deck, wheelhouse, command station room
and utility space aft of commend station on the bridge deck shall be the Clean Zones designed
as CBRN shelters.
4.2.2
The surface of walls and floors of the accommodation in the Clean Zone shall be of a durable
hard wearing material easy to clean and maintain, and be designed to and for the CBRN
Mode standard of requirements.
4.2.3
Each hull is to be subdivided by transverse watertight bulkheads into compartments shall not
be greater than 40% of vessel's registered length.
4.2.4
The below subdivisions and accommodation compartments should be designed for guidance
only.
[D]
(a)
Under Deck compartments:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
(b)
Fore peak
Void no.1
Void no.2
Fuel tank compartment
Ford engine room
Aft engine room
Aft peak
Accommodation compartments:
(i)
On the main deck accommodation there should be comprised of the following
compartments:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
CBRN undress area
Decontamination shower room
Verification / Redress area
Person transfer area
CBRN egress air lock
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6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
(ii)
Treatment room
Equipment room
CBRN filter room
HVAC fan room
CO2 locker
Electrical room
Toilets
On the bridge deck accommodation there should be comprised of the following
compartments:
1.
2.
3.
4.
Wheelhouse
Command and control room
Crew space
Toilets
4.2.5
Final design for subdivisions and accommodation compartments mentioned in Paragraph
4.2.4 above shall be subject to full compliance with the requirements of stability and
subdivisions from the RO.
4.2.6
All cabins shall be designed and arranged so as to protect the occupants from weather and sea
conditions, and aims to minimise risk of injury from ship motion.
4.2.7
All controls, electrical and mechanical equipment and parts, wiring and pipings, rotating parts
and assemblies in cabins and compartments shall be properly placed not to cause injury.
4.2.8
Windows in cabins shall be strong and suitable for the worst intended operation conditions.
4.2.9
Window glass and the frame shall be made of materials which will not break into dangerous
fragments when fractured/shattered.
4.2.10
Equipment fixtures and fittings on board shall be fitted properly to avoid injury to persons at
all time.
4.2.11
A general emergency visual and audible alarm system shall be provided for the Vessel. The
alarms shall be audible throughout the vessel and sound pressure level shall be at least 14
dB(A) above the ambient noise levels anywhere in the Vessel and its spaces and
compartments when the Vessel is in its normal operational conditions. The alarm shall
continue to function after it is triggered off until it is turned off or is temporarily interrupted
by a voice message on the public address system.
4.2.12
There shall be a public address system covering all areas and spaces of the Vessel, and where
crew shall have access, including the escape routes. The system shall be such that at the
initial stage of flooding to occur, or at the start of fire in a compartment, would not cause the
system inoperable.
4.3
Wheelhouse
4.3.1
The wheelhouse shall be designed with where possible all round visibility at the steering/helm
position of the console area.
4.3.2
The wheelhouse shall not be designed for used for purposes other than navigation,
communications, monitoring the performance of the machinery and other functions essential
to the safe operation of the Vessel.
4.3.3
In addition to the RO and IMO requirements, the wheelhouse shall be properly designed for
the controls and instruments for navigation, manoeuvring, communication and machinery
operation to the satisfaction of GNC.
4.3.4
The steering position, console and its instrument and gauges, and control layout, coxswain
seat and the navigator and commanding officer seats, and in fact the complete interior
arrangement of the wheelhouse shall first be agreed by GNC before the installation and
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construction. For this purpose the Contractor shall construct a mock-up of the internal
arrangement in the shipyard for the GNC officers and the user department officers to approve.
4.3.5
The steering and helm position shall be situated at the centreline of the Vessel and be at a
forward position close to the front windows in the wheelhouse. The available overall wide
angle visibility of the coxswain is of utmost importance.
4.3.6
Controls for the coxswain controls and steering shall be easily reachable by a normal Asian
(of about 1.67 metres) in the sitting position without needing to unduly extending his arms,
and that it would not interfere the coxswain’s all round field of view.
4.3.7
The arrangement of equipment and means for navigation, manoeuvre, control,
communication and other essential instruments shall be located sufficiently close together to
enable the coxswain and the assisting officer to read/receive all the necessary information,
and be able to use the equipment and controls while they are seated.
4.3.8
All instruments shall be logically grouped according to their functions. In order to minimise
the risk of confusion, instruments shall not be rationalised by sharing functions or by
inter-switching.
4.3.9
Instruments required for use by any member of the operating crew shall be plainly visible and
easily read from his normal seating position.
4.3.10
The instruments and controls shall be provided with screen and dimming facilities to
minimise glare and reflections and prevent them from being obscured by strong light.
4.3.11
Surface finishing and interior linings of the wheelhouse shall be of a matt non-reflecting
finish to facilitate night operation.
4.3.12
Pillars are not allowed to be fitted inside the wheelhouse and/or the wheelhouse steering area.
4.3.13
Subject to any other additional or alternative requirements given in TS, the following
controls, displays and equipment are required to incorporate in the control console:
(a)
Steering controls.
(b)
Engine speed and clutch controls (if applicable).
(c)
Steering angle indicators.
(d)
Electronic navigation equipment and displays.
(e)
Speed log.
(f)
Echo sounder.
(g)
Lighting control panel incorporating controls for navigation lights and alarms, search
lights and flood lights.
(h)
Main and auxiliary engines monitoring indicators and tachometers.
(i)
Instrument & control and alarming system for major machinery containing start/stop
switches.
(j)
Exhaust temperature gauges.
(k)
Gear box oil pressure indicators alarms that deemed to be required by the equipment
manufacturers.
(l)
Fire detection system and CO2 flooding system control panel.
(m)
Emergency stop switch for accommodation ventilation fans.
(n)
Meter/Gauge indicating the quantity of fuel remained in the fuel tank.
(o)
One colour LED monitors of CCTV for exposed deck areas and one colour LED
monitors of CCTV for engine rooms.
(p)
Public address system and intercom system to engine rooms.
(q)
VHF radio receivers stowage positions and power sockets.
(r)
Electric horn, siren, and flashing beacon control panel.
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4.4
Windows and Visibility
4.4.1
As a minimum requirement, the visibility to outside from inside the cabins and wheelhouse
shall be in compliance with the requirements set out in IMO.
4.4.2
Side mirrors / CCTV shall be provided at locations to allow the coxswain to safely
manoeuvre the craft to a berth.
4.4.3
Vision blind spots or sectors shall be as few and small as possible, and in any case they must
not adversely affect the keeping of a safe look-out from the helm position in the wheelhouse.
4.4.4
Frames at the wheelhouse window separations shall be kept to a minimum, and they shall be
of adequate structural strength and stiffness. They shall not be installed immediately in front
of the coxswain position.
4.4.5
The positions of window frames shall be agreed by GNC before installation.
4.4.6
The wheelhouse front windows shall avoid reflection.
4.4.7
Throughout the Vessel, polarized and tinted windows are NOT to be fitted.
4.4.8
All window glasses used throughout the Vessel shall be hardened and tempered and be of a
type suitable and safe for marine use.
4.4.9
At all times regardless of the weather and sea conditions at least two third of the wheelhouse
front width in front of the coxswain shall a clear view.
4.4.10
The following outfitting items shall be provided:
(a)
Marine type wide span and large area electric wiper(s) (covering not less than 60% of
the window glass plane area) with fresh water window washing systems shall be fitted to
all wheelhouse front windows.
(b)
Heavy-duty marine type of wipers shall be used. They shall have an interval operation
and adjustment functions and be fitted with electrical fresh water window/wiper
washing systems. These wipers shall be capable of operating independently of each
other. The type and make of wiper must be submitted to GNC for acceptance before they
are fitted.
(c)
Two sets of spare wiper blades shall be provided for each window wiper installed for the
Vessel. One spare unit of wiper for the coxswain front window shall also be provided.
(d)
An all round de-misting system shall be provided for all wheelhouse windows at the
interior side of the windows. [Remark: The air conditioning system can be used for this
purpose].
(e)
Retractable solar UV roller blinds shall be installed on all cabin windows throughout the
Vessel.
(f)
The blinds shall be capable of being retained in position either partially lowered or fully
lowered, without swinging due to Vessel motions at sea.
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4.5
Lighting
4.5.1
Adequate lighting intensity and lighting arrangement, as well as any necessary lighting
segregation, by means of blinds or other means, shall be provided inside the cabins and
wheelhouse spaces to enable the operating personnel to perform their navigation task.
4.5.2
Emergency lighting shall be provided throughout the Vessel for its operational needs.
4.5.3
Only limited (and suitably reduced) illumination of the essential gauges, instruments and
controls for monitoring likely system fault situation is allowed.
4.5.4
A suitable device shall be available to enable adjust lighting intensity and direction in
different areas of the compartment.
4.6
4.6.1
4.7
4.7.1
4.8
4.8.1
Forepeak
The forepeak space shall be watertight and located at the foremost end of the hull, with a
watertight collision bulkhead. IMO requirements for collision bulkhead must be complied.
Crew Space
Unless specified as not required (or otherwise with alternative or additional requirements) in
TS, the following furniture, fittings and equipment are required to be provided:
(a)
toilet(s);
(b)
high-density foam seating with cushion;
(c)
marine slave clock and lockers (of a size and type to be decided by the user department);
(d)
a means of escape (size and arrangement is according to RO and IMO requirements) to
the main deck shall be provided for the crew space;
(e)
refrigerator (of a size and type to be decided by the user department);
(f)
large rubbish bin with cover (of a size and type to be decided by the user department)
(g)
portable cooking power inverter microwave oven (of a size and type to be decided by the
user department).
Toilet
Unless specified as not required (or otherwise with alternative or additional requirements) in
TS, the following furniture, fittings and equipment are required to be provided:
(a)
Toilet exhaust air shall be routed to outside;
(b)
Sewage flushed from toilets shall either be directly overboard or stored in a sewage tank;
(c)
Non-slip flooring shall be provided;
(d)
One stainless steel wash basin with a spring loaded cold freshwater supply tap;
(e)
One shower unit (and as per TS requirement);
(f)
One water delivery point under basin with a plastic hose for toilet cleaning;
(g)
One cabinet with mirror;
(h)
One toilet paper holder;
(i)
One electric exhaust fan;
(j)
One ceiling light and one cabinet light;
(k)
One stainless steel grip rail;
(l)
One liquid soap dispenser; and
(m)
Means to avoid water accumulated on the toilet floor.
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4.9
Tanks Space
4.9.1
The flooring of this compartment shall be covered with unpainted aluminium chequer plates.
4.9.2
Aluminium chequer plates adjacent to valves, shafts, etc., shall be easily removable for easy
maintenance. Hinged access plates shall be fitted in way of valves. Suitable arrangements
shall be provided for hinged plates to avoid/minimise rattling noise.
4.10 Engine Room
4.10.1
The engine room(s) layout shall be in accordance with IMO and the RO requirements. For
the avoidance of doubt the following requirements and the specific requirements given in the
TS shall be complied by the Vessel.
4.10.2
Special attention shall be paid to the engine room layout for main engines and machinery
maintenance and repair. The layout of engine room shall be approved by GNC.
4.10.3
The engine room compartment shall be designed for unattended engine room operation and
protected by fixed CO2 flooding system.
4.10.4
The machinery, associated piping system and fittings shall be installed and protected as to
reduce to a minimum any danger to persons on board.
4.10.5
All surfaces with temperatures where impingement of flammable liquids may occur as a
result of a system failure shall be insulated. The insulation shall be impervious to flammable
liquids and vapours.
4.10.6
The floor of this compartment shall be covered with unpainted aluminium chequer plate.
Aluminium chequer floor plates shall be secured by fixing with sections but shall be readily
removable for access to bilges, pumps, shaft, pipe work and strainers etc. for ease of
maintenance.
4.10.7
Hinged access plates shall be fitted in way of valves.
provided for hinged plates to avoid rattling noise.
4.10.8
Removable guards for the protection of personnel and machinery shall be provided over
exposed moving parts of the machinery, hot pipe work, etc.
4.10.9
All boundary bars, handrails, gratings, ladders, platforms, stanchions and vertical supports,
etc. in the engine room and steering gear compartment shall be of lightweight construction.
Suitable arrangements shall be
4.10.10 Splash plates, casings, fenders, screens, etc. shall be provided for the protection of personnel
and machinery.
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4.11 Deck Railing, Mast and Navigational Lights
4.11.1
Unless specified as not required (or otherwise with alternative requirements) in the TS, the
following items are to be provided:
(a)
Open decks where accessible for persons and crew shall be fitted with strong guard
railings at their perimeter for safety of persons on board except where for the
convenience of crew operation (e.g. at the bow deck area).
(b)
A collapsible mast, three search lights, one set of flood lights and two flashing beacons
are to be fitted on the wheelhouse top.
(c)
Wheelhouse top shall be fitted with IMO required navigational lights, shapes, sound
signals, and radar scanner and other electronic and navigational equipment, including
the lightning arrestor, ensign hoist, signal hoists, antennas and UHF mobile transceiver
etc. as required by the operation of the Vessel.
(d)
The aft bridge deck is a designated area for helicopter winching.
(e)
A set of 6 x 2000 watt marine use weathertight floodlights mounted on a telescopic mast
with remote control and indication inside the wheelhouse for rotation (360 degree),
titling (down-seeing capability) and elevation is to be provided for illumination of the
sea during rescue operation. The telescopic mast is to be operated by hydraulic pump
and its extended height is about 7 metres from bridge deck. All maker's standard fittings
and accessories shall be provided.
(f)
Safe access for the maintenance and servicing to equipment and its fittings shall be
provided.
(g)
All hardware for them, such as screws, hooks, hasps, hinges, handles, sliding bolts etc.
shall be made of stainless steel and be with proper galvanic corrosion preventive
measures at their contact points with the hull/superstructures.
4.12 Access, Doors, Ladders and Hatch
4.12.1
Design of all outfitting including, but not limited to, doors, hatches, ladders, ventilation
heads, etc. shall be of a type approved by the RO for this type of vessel, or other entities
acceptable to MD. These shall require MD acceptance and approval before installation.
4.12.2
Detailed specifications of these items shall be provided to GNC by the Contractor before
installation. Any item(s) not acceptable to GNC shall be removed and replaced with the
one(s) acceptable to GNC.
(a)
Where the use of a hatch is not practical on the weather deck, an RO approved type
flushed type watertight manhole should be used;
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(b)
The design and the arrangement of the flushed type watertight manhole shall be
submitted to GNC for approval.
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4.12.3
Where the hatches are used for escape purpose, it shall be capable of operating from both
sides.
4.12.4
All hatches shall be fitted with a hold back device.
4.12.5
Stairway inclination shall not be more than 50 degrees to the horizontal and shall be fitted
with handrails on each side. A minimum width of 600 mm shall be provided between the
handrails.
4.12.6
All exterior grab hand rails shall be strongly secured to the deckhouse side to provide support
for persons on board, to prevent them from falling or being thrown on deck or overboard in
bad weather and sea conditions, and when all these persons are lining up together on one side
of the deck in case of an emergency situation at sea.
4.12.7
Vertical ladders, if fitted on board, shall be constructed with thread round bars at suitable step
space intervals, adequate footsteps and handholds for safety.
4.12.8
The engine room and all crew spaces shall be provided with two widely separated means of
access/escape of minimum 300 mm x 300mm.
4.13 Helicopter Winching
4.13.1
The aft bridge deck is designated for helicopter winching (not for landing or take-off) shall
there be any emergency, or evacuation of seriously wounded casualties. There shall be
provisions of sufficient area for safe operation, clear visibility, and good communication both
for the helicopter's and the Vessel's operators. The platform shallbe clear of any projections
above the level of deck for the platform concerned. Suitable arrangements shall made to
minimise the risk of personnel sliding off the platform.
4.13.2
A non-slip surface and anchoring devices shall be provided.
4.13.3
Sufficient lightings with emergency backup power shall be provided for clear indication of
the platform location in darkness, raining and foggy conditions.
4.13.4
Arrangements shall be provided for drainage of the platform.
4.13.5
Fire fighting equipment suitable for use on flammable liquid fires shall be provided adjacent
to the platform.
4.13.6
Railings for protection of crew shall be provided with carefully thought out sizes and spacing
between rails to prevent a person lying on deck from being swept away. Correct deck
markings will be informed by GNC.
4.13.7
Stretcher lift is provided to transfer injured person between main deck and aft bridge deck
for helicopter winching. The size of lift has to accommodate the stretcher and the platform is
operated by hydraulic means with local control panel.
4.14 Furniture and Fittings
4.14.1
Built-in furniture shall be adequately secured against ship impacts in case of ship collision or
in bad weather and sea conditions.
4.14.2
All seats shall be strongly secured against 45 degrees inclination in all directions when all
seats are occupied by sitting persons.
4.14.3
All furniture and seats shall be lightweight, tough and robust.
4.14.4
Upholstery such as seat cushions back rests and settees shall be fire self-extinguishing, e.g.
urethane foam to BS 3379 or equivalent, and be of thickness not less than 100mm; and be
covered with imitation leather.
4.14.5
Lockers if fitted shall be provided with built-in locks and keys. They shall be designed and
fitted to the satisfaction of GNC officers.
4.14.6
All hardware including screws, hooks, hasps, hinges, handles, sliding bolts, etc. shall be made
of brass with chrome plated finish, or in stainless steel.
4.14.7
All fittings and hardware fitted on board the Vessel (such as, coat hooks, ceiling lights,
bulkhead mounted lights, and etc.) shall be of a high quality chrome finish. They shall be
properly fitted in accommodation space and any other spaces directed by GNC officers
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4.14.8
Equipment Room is the space fitted with hose racks, shelves, and bins to store all manner of
fire-fighting equipment such as poles, axes, tools, fittings, hoses are stowed in flat racks
readily accessible.
4.15 Insulation and Lining
4.15.1
Boundaries and ceilings inside the wheelhouse, main deck cabin and crew space shall be
properly insulated against weather heat and temperature, with not less than 50 mm thick
glass-fibre wool; and be lined with protective/decorative panel linings of hard wearing
surface.
4.15.2
Engine room and machinery space bulkheads and crown shall be insulated against fire and
sound with asbestos-free materials in accordance with IMO regulations and requirements
applicable to the Vessel as a passenger carrying vessel.
4.15.3
The noise level throughout the Vessel shall be in accordance with IMO regulations and
requirements applicable to the Vessel as a passenger carrying vessel.
4.15.4
Samples of wall, ceiling panels and joints materials and method of joining shall be submitted
to GNC for approval before installation.
4.15.5
The panels shall be fitted to avoid noise generation at all operational speeds. Within reasons,
when the noise level is considered unacceptable to GNC officers, the Contractor shall
improve the design and fitting methods of the panel/ceilings.
4.15.6
The deck or floor of wheelhouse, main deck cabin and crew space shall be covered with
non-skid, wear resistance and fire retardant vinyl PVC sheets that are acceptable to GNC
officers.
4.16 Seating
4.16.1
Three upholstery seats with dampen capability shall be provided in front of the wheelhouse
console for the coxswain, FSD officer and other persons. Requirements of the seats shall
be:(a)
Seats shall be of comfortable type and be designed for protection of crew while the
Vessel is operating at its maximum speed;
(b)
Adjustable seat height with foot rest;
(c)
Backrest angle adjustment around 12°;
(d)
Fore and aft adjustment around 160 mm;
(e)
Safety belt to be provided;
(f)
Adjustable armrests;
(g)
Turntable/Mounting pedestal 0° - 180°.
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4.16.2
Two individual seats with backrest shall be provided in the command and control room.
4.16.3
Individual high-density foam seats with cushion and backrest shall be provided in the crew
space.
4.16.4
(a) The seat structures shall be permanently fitted to the structure of the Vessel by means of
an attachment system which could be dismounted easily.
(b) The seat and the attachment system shall be acceptable by MD.
4.16.5
Seating and handholds shall provide support for spinal neutral alignment and postural
stability for each person up to the crew limit and also to prevent them from falling or being
thrown on deck.
4.16.6
Seat materials of upholstery shall be of water resistant materials such as fire retardant
foam/reinforced nylon laminated neoprene/heavy duty cordura laminate.
4.17 Open Deck Area
4.17.1
Permanent (or properly designed detachable type if so required) fore and aft stanchions for
crew and personal safely embarkation and disembarkation shall be provided.
4.17.2
The deck floor shall be covered with suitable anti-slip marine material.
4.17.3
The deck covering material specifications, including the attachment method, shall be
provided to GNC for acceptance before fitting onto the deck.
4.18 Rescue Zone
4.18.1
For the Vessel in its Rescue Mode the still water freeboard at weather deck side shall be
lowered at near amidships at port and starboard sides – known as the Rescue Zone, for a deck
length of not less than 3 metres, to facilitate easy boarding of the rescued persons from
liferafts and from sea.
4.18.2
The Vessel with the above weather deck configuration shall also comply with IMO passenger
vessel stability requirements.
4.18.3
Each recess shall be provided with inflatable rescue ramps ("Crewsaver" or equal) to cover
the whole length of the rescue zone for the transfer of in-water survivors onto the Vessel The
non-inflated rescue ramps shall be packed and secured in ready-to-use position on the recess
floor (P&S).
4.18.4
A total of four sets of Jason's cradle used as scrambling net/boarding ladder/stretcher shall be
provided at the Rescue Zone and the forward main deck or retrieval of survivors from the
water. Suitable sockets or fixing devices shall be fitted for securing the cradles in nearby
areas
4.18.5
A swing derrick and electrical winch with safety working load enough to lift inflatable rescue
ramps and Jason's cradles shall be installed on the port and starboard rescue zone.
4.18.6
The design and calculation of this derrick shall be submitted by RO approval. Load test
shall be carried out according to the lifting appliances and lifting gear regulation, i.e. Cap.
548I Section 45 on “Strength calculation, etc. in respect of cranes” of the Law of Hong Kong
4.18.7
Store holds are provided with suitable shelves and racks for the stowage of navigational and
rescue equipment.
4.19 Daughter Boat
4.19.1
One 6-metre rigid hull inflatable boat (RHIB) shall be provided complete with one inboard
diesel engine with waterjet propulsion.
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4.19.2
The RHIB is with at least 150 KW of engine power and capacity shall not be less than 4
persons. The RHIB shall be fitted with lightning arrestor and shall be deployed and recovered
from the ramp at the vessel stern by mechanical means.
4.19.3
One (1) additional (as spare) unit of the same 6-metre RHIB with one inboard diesel engine
with waterjet propulsion shall also be provided.
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4.19.4
Each RHIB shall be designed to lift out by overhead crane. Docking cradle shall be provided
for the additional daughter boat. A galvanised steel fabricated cradle with rubber, wood or
similar material to support the RHIB and the cradle shall be able to rest with rollers on level
ground for ease of transportation.
4.19.5
The following equipment shall be supplied together with the daughter boat:
(a)
standard aluminium console with bench seat;
(b)
torsional tow bar;
(c)
heavy duty rubbing strakes;
(d)
hailer/fog horn;
(e)
gunwale lifting eyes and sling c/w quick release hook;
(f)
mast for navigation lights, red beacon lamp and diver's flag;
(g)
power sockets and portable watertight search lights c/w 20m cable (24V);
(h)
auto draining device;
(i)
12 or 24V sealed type battery for the use of items (d), (f) and (g); and
(j)
one small fire extinguisher.
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4.20 Anchor and Windlass
4.20.1
One high-holding power type, hot dipped galvanised, anchor complying with the RO and the
IMO requirements shall be provided.
4.20.2
Anchor with its associated swivel, shackles, stowage cable or cable and warp and means of
recovery shall be provided.
4.20.3
The Vessel shall be provided with adequate and safe means for releasing the anchor and its
cable and warp.
4.20.4
The means of release shall be capable of safe operation even when the anchor cable or warp is
under load.
4.20.5
Adequate means and arrangements shall be provided to secure the anchor under all
operational conditions.
4.20.6
An electric/hydraulic windlass with its associated gypsy and warping drum, cable stopper,
hawse pipe, bollards and fairleads shall be of a size, type, height and power suitable for an
easy run of the matching anchor chain and cables as well as the mooring lines.
4.20.7
The windlass shall be capable of lifting one anchor with sufficient length of chain, at a speed
acceptable to the RO and in accordance with IMO requirements. The unit shall be fitted with
an emergency manual operating mechanism.
4.20.8
Control of the windlass shall be located in the vicinity of the windlass through a starter
control unit enclosed in the watertight cabinet.
4.20.9
Emergency stop button for windlass shall be provided in the wheelhouse at the coxswain
station position.
4.20.10 A canvas/tarpaulin protection cover for the windlass shall be provided.
4.20.11 The Vessel hull shall be protected against the anchor and cable damaging the hull structure
during operation.
4.20.12 Fairleads, bitts and mooring ropes shall be provided and fitted at the appropriated position for
the safe mooring operation.
4.20.13 Two stainless steel boat hooks with staves (length to be decided by the user department) and
stowage arrangement shall be provided.
4.21 Fenders
4.21.1
4.21.2
4.21.3
Pushing Head Fender
(a)
The fender shall be designed to absorb stresses exerting into the Vessel.
(b)
Top and bottom edges of the fender shall be chamfered back at 45o to half diameter (of
round section fenders).
Side and Stern Fenders
(a)
Fixed hollow D shape rubber fenders of suitable size (of a size acceptable to MD) shall
be fitted continuously along the ship sides and stern at the main deck level.
(b)
The hull structures shall be suitably strengthened for the fendering arrangement.
(c)
The size and number of rubber tyre fenders specified by FSD shall be provided on each
side of the Vessel at the weather deck level, with stainless steel securing devices. The
arrangement shall submit to MD’s approval prior to installation.
The number and size of portable air filled fenders specified by FSD shall be provided.
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4.22 Cathodic Protection and Painting
4.22.1
Underwater cathodic protection (self-sacrificing anodes) suitable for a minimum of one year
life shall be fitted at hull bottom.
4.22.2
Good quality epoxy paints shall be used throughout the Vessel and applied in accordance with
the manufacturer’s specifications.
4.22.3
Volatile Organic Compounds (VOC) content limits of the paints shall comply with the
Controls and Requirements of the VOC Regulation (VOC content limits for regulating paints
used on vessels and pleasure craft) of the Regulation of Hong Kong Air Pollution Control
Ordinance.
4.22.4
A suitable Tributyltin (TBT) free fouling-release/anti-fouling paint shall be applied on the
exterior of the hull below the waterline which is suitable for a one year protection against
marine growth.
4.22.5
All deck areas shall be covered with hard wearing and anti-slip epoxy paint.
4.22.6
All paint work shall carry a one-year guarantee provided by the Contractor against defects in
material and workmanship.
4.22.7
Painting schedule proposed by the Contractor in consultation with
suppliers/manufacturers shall be submitted for GNC approval before painting.
4.22.8
TBT free certificate of the paint materials applied to the Vessel, issued by the paint
manufacturer, shall be submitted to MD before the Delivery Acceptance.
4.22.9
A painting report shall be submitted to MD upon the completion of painting work for the
Vessel, and it shall be submitted to GNC before the Delivery Acceptance.
the
paint
4.22.10 The Contractor shall provide GNC at Delivery Acceptance a letter of certification from the
paint manufacturer to certify the application of the paint is under the paint manufacturer’s
quality control, and that it is in accordance with the manufacturer’s requirements for surface
preparation, metal surfaces temperature and atmospheric conditions, paint thickness and
method of application.
4.22.11 The colour of the paints shall refer to this Part (Markings and Colour Scheme).
4.22.12 The Contractor after contract award shall proposal a list of the paint to be used for the hull,
deck, superstructures structural materials (including and fouling, paint) with detailed
specifications of the paint. Thickness of each coating shall be specified. Property
compatibility of different paint layers must be maintained.
4.23 Lightning Protection
4.23.1
The Vessel shall be fitted with a proven lightning protection system as per RO and IMO
requirements.
4.23.2
Method and working principle of protection shall be submitted to GNC for approval before
the installation
4.24 Other Wheelhouse Outfitting
4.24.1
The following fittings and equipment are required to be provided in the wheelhouse:
(a) One display board for posting plans, maps, notices, etc.
(b) One set of pigeon holes for stowage of international code flags;
(c)
One set of international code flags suitable for the mast;
(d) One set of open shelves for the stowage of log books and files;
(e)
One chart table with lamp and dimmer over, a drawer shall be provided under the table
top for the stowage of charts;
(f)
One dial type inclinometer and one thermometer for marine use;
(g) One magnetic compass with independent illuminated dimmer switch;
(h) One electric powered marine wall-mounted master clock;
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(i)
Two cup holders;
(j)
One swing-type metal rubbish bin with cover;
(k) One wooden box with locks for the storage of binoculars, and it shall be fitted within the
vicinity of the forward high seats. Two binoculars shall be provided (one for use in day
time and one for use in night time); and
(l)
Four coat-hooks.
4.25 Basic User Requirements for Treatment Room of Fireboat
4.25.1
The Vessel is to be designed with a treatment room to provide ambulance service to the
casualties at scene.
4.25.2
An electrical level adjustable patient bed shall be supplied and installed in the treatment
room.
4.25.3
A ceiling mounted surgical light with compatible pendant/suspension system conforming to
IEC 60601-1 (Medical Electrical Equipment Part 1 – General Requirements for Safety) and
IEC 60601-2-41 (Medical Electrical Equipment Part 2-41 – Particular Requirements for the
Safety of Surgical Luminaires and Luminaires for Diagnosis), or other equivalent national or
international standard, shall be provided and installed in the treatment room.
(a)
4.25.4
The surgical light shall be of LED type and compact design for the small workplace;
(b)
Pendant/compatible suspension system of the surgical light shall be fitted with a display
arm to support monitor;
(c)
The handle shall be removable / sterilizable;
(d)
The configuration of the suspension system with the surgical light shall allow the
light-head to rotate horizontally and vertically;
(e)
The central illuminance shall be no less than 40,000 lux at 1 metre or dimmable to this
value;
(f)
The colour rendering index (Ra) shall not be less than 94;
(g)
The colour temperature shall be within 4,000 K˚ to 4,500 K˚;
(h)
The depth of illumination shall not be less than 1,000 mm;
(i)
The light field diameter shall be within 70 mm – 160 mm; and
(j)
The LED service light shall not be less than 25,000 hours of operation at greater than 80
percent of initial light output.
Medical oxygen supply system shall be designed, provided and installed for the vessel in
accordance with the design, installation and performance requirements of latest edition of the
Health Technical Memorandum 02-01: Medical gas pipeline systems in UK or equivalent
(a)
Securing brackets for two G size oxygen cylinders (720 mm long x 180 mm diameter)
shall be provided. The cylinders shall be provided by FSD.
(b)
A three ways control assembly/connector completed with independent control valves
and flexible pipes shall be provided.
(c)
Five standard oxygen outlets shall be provided and installed.
(d)
A regulator with pin index yoke and DISS outlet fittings, and main isolator coupled
with glass cover shall be provided and installed.
(e)
Five numbers of flowmeter with straight probe shall be provided and installed.
(f)
Plastic/nylon/brass pipework connecting the oxygen outlets and cylinder to run at
central level shall be provided and fixed as directed.
(g)
A high pressure flexible hose completed with threaded nut connection of approved
product shall be provided and fixed as directed.
(h)
Each oxygen storage cylinder shall be protected from other cylinders by a partition.
(i)
All piping and their connectors shall be easily accessible for service and replacement.
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4.25.5
A minimum 1,000 watts non-flammable surface 220 V A.C. wall mounted warmer shall be
provided and mounted with detachable device in the treatment room. The warmer shall be
equipped with adjustable thermostat and overheat safety protection.
4.25.6
A water sink of stainless steel 316 or better completed with a brass drainage pipe and a
fully-fitted cover shall be provided as directed. Water tap shall be of medical use type.
4.25.7
A stainless steel soap dispenser and a stainless steel paper towel dispenser shall be supplied
and fitted in the vicinity of the water sink.
4.25.8
One wooden couch of appropriate height for treatment examination with portable step shall
be provided and installed in the treatment room. Top of the couch shall be padded with 100
mm thick foam and covered with heavy gauge imitation leather of color to match with the
ward. Storage space with sliding doors shall be provided under the couch.
4.25.9
A full size white board shall be provided and fixed right over the nearside couch in the
treatment room. A full size white board shall be provided and fixed right over the nearside
couch in the treatment room.
4.25.10 At least four wooden cupboards completed with transparent acrylic sliding doors shall be
provided in the treatment room. The sliding doors shall be fitted with push lock.
4.25.11 The partition walls and doors of treatment room shall be of sandwich structure including fire
retardant, heat and noise insulation materials in order to maintain a sound level not exceeding
80 dB(A) inside the room.
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Chapter 5
5.1
Chemical, Biological, Radiological and Nuclear (CBRN)
System
General Requirements
5.1.1
As a rescue vessel, the Vessel shall handle CBRN (Chemical, Biological, Radiological and
Nuclear) incidents in Hong Kong, that involves the transportation decontamination and
evacuation of persons suspected of HazMat contaminated or have been in contact with
HazMat.
5.1.2
The design and installation of the CBRN system shall follow the RO requirements. All the
requirements in this chapter are designed for guidance only. Final design by the Contractor
is subjected to full compliance with the requirements of RO.
5.1.3
The combined HVAC and CBRN system shall be supplied and integrated to provide a
complete system solution that includes all final system engineering, equipment, ducting,
controls, interlocks, installation, testing, documentation, and training to meet the system
requirements expressed in these Technical Specifications.
5.1.4
The Vessel shall have on board a high-efficiency air filtration system (HEPA) of a military
standard (in addition to any RO standard if proposed by the Tenderer) to provide air supply
and air filtration to the Clean Zone which must meet with any published international human
health standards for dwelling and in-house occupation.
5.1.5
In the past ten (10) years prior to the Original Tender Closing Date, the Tenderer must have
completed design and installation contract for at least one (1) shipboard CBRN (chemical
biological radioactive nuclear) filtration system; or
The Tenderer must have engaged in an agreement or signed a letter of intent, on or before the
Original Tender Closing Date, with a CBRN expert consultant who will design the CBRN
filtration system for the Vessel in the event that the Tenderer has been awarded the Contract.
The CBRN expert consultant must have relevant working experience within the past ten (10)
years from the Original Tender Closing Date on the design for the vessel or land base project
completed with CBRN protected areas.
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5.2
5.2.1
Operational requirements
Within the context of CBRN for the design and construction, and hence the capability of the
Vessel the following considerations are to be taken:
(a)
The seawater around the Vessel is not contaminated.
(b)
The contamination is mainly due to particulates. That is, the CBRN filtration system
can take the form of HEPA filtration for external extreme CBRN atmospheric
environment and installed in HVAC for simultaneous temperature, humidity and air
cleanliness control.
(c)
The HEPA filter together with its sealing and appropriate air flow capacity (for
maintaining the necessary interior pressure against inflow of outside contaminated air)
shall be capable of removing at least 99.97% of airborne particles of size 0.3
micrometres diameter passing through the filter.
(d)
The pressure inside the Vessel shall be maintained in excess of the outside pressure to
protect from CBRN contamination, there shall be a CBRN-filtration and pressurised
ventilation system that can be converted to provide a pressurised environment by
switching from ordinary fresh air intake to intake through CBRN filter(s).
(e)
The CBRN-filtration and pressurised ventilation system shall be integrated to the gas
detection and analyser system. The analyser system provides alarm and protection
against toxic gases, combustible gas, particulates and contaminants. The analyser
system utilises signals from detection systems to change operation modes,
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CBRN filters.
(f)
Iodine traps and absorbers and caesium capture, air and gaseous filtration are
necessary where practical for the operational environment and condition of the Vessel.
UV germicidal light treatment shall also be required.
(g)
Unless proposed by the HEPA consultant expert and agreed by FSD, the use of
electronic filtration is not taken as necessary due to maintenance and cost
considerations.
(h)
The design of the CBRN filtration system for the Vessel shall target for the
employment of high efficiency filtration units to achieve the highest possible
effectiveness of filtration for the areas inside the deckhouse and the wheelhouse that
are termed “Clean Zone” in the TS.
Remark: “Clean Zone” means the areas that are with overpressure and served by the
CBRN filtration system. To a certain extent it includes the engine room or the
generator sets compartment(s) (if any). However, there shall be arrangement in the
design of the Vessel to the effect that these spaces are not part of the Clean Zone (e.g.
when the machines therein are in operation and needing outside air for their
operation). That is, the machinery inside these spaces shall not be used and the air
intake ventilators of these spaces shall be fully closed (and sealed to CBRN standard)
before these spaces (the engine rooms and the generator rooms) are converted into
part of the Clean Zone (when, for example, there is a need to carry out emergency
repairs to engines in these spaces by crew during a CBRN Mode of operation).
5.3
5.3.1
Operational Profile in CBRN Mode
(a)
Carries 7 crew and 12 land crew complete with protection clothing and rescue
equipment, and in addition, carries 30 seated persons in transportation (i.e. total 7
crew members and 42 persons) complying to IMO regulations pertaining to a
passenger carrying vessel; or
(b)
As a standing still support barge, carries 7 crew and 12 land crew in full
protection clothing and carrying rescue equipment, and 30 clean and
decontaminated seated persons, and 10 seated persons waiting for cleansing
decontamination (i.e. total 7 crew members and 52 persons.)
5.3.2
The Vessel shall have decontamination shower facilities (including clean water storage
tank(s) and on board dirty water holding tank(s)) for 12 persons;
5.3.3
The Vessel shall have effective CBRN filtration system against external extreme CBRN
environment;
5.3.4
The Vessel shall be designed to maintain a suitable positive pressure in the Clean Zone.
Together with the properly designed entrance and doors and segregation space arrangement,
the internal layout of the Vessel shall enable persons and the person on stretcher to be carried
in and out of the deckhouse without unduly affecting the deckhouse cabin air quality as a
shelter haven against outside CBRN atmospheric threat;
5.3.5
Ventilation air going into protected areas (i.e. including the wheelhouse area and the Clean
Zone) from outside shall be arranged through the CBRN-filtration and the pressurisation
ventilation system.
5.3.6
Each area/room shall have gradual positive overpressure arrangement (e.g. using gastight
closing valve(s) to control the exhausting air to regulate airflow) to maintain and regulate the
degree of interior overpressure.
5.3.7
For the above requirements, the leakage rate through the gastight closing valve should not
exceed 0.01 litre per second (which corresponds to a pressure differential of 1000 Pa across
the valve).
[D]
5.3.8
All doors shall be fitted with a locking system to enable interlocking. These doors shall be
fitted with gastight gaskets made of neoprene. For security all doors leading to the Clean
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Zone (except doors leading to the wheelhouse from outside) can only be opened from inside
the Clean Zone. A call bell shall be fitted outside the doors for anyone wishing to enter.
5.3.9
All penetrations (e.g. for piping, wires and any other items) between dirty area and clean area
shall be sealed.
5.3.10
All doors shall be fitted with gaskets to make them gastight.
5.3.11
All windows shall be made gastight by fitting neoprene gasket.
5.3.12
The CBRN-filtration and pressurised ventilation system shall incorporate a built-in standby
filter system. Under normally situation (i.e. when not in CBRN Mode), ventilation can be
effected by using this standby filtration system.
5.3.13
The Vessel shall be fitted with self-cleansing deck and deckhouse spray arrangement using
the surrounding seawater.
5.3.14
Special attention shall be paid in the design of the Vessel to prevent the ingress of
contaminated rain water into the deckhouse “Clean Zones” on a rainy and strong wind bad
weather day.
5.4
Guidance CBRN Arrangement
5.4.1
The design and installation of the CBRN system shall follow the RO requirements. FSD
requirements may be formulated upon the receipt of detailed submission/where appropriate
from the Contractor.
5.4.2
The outer boundary shall be gas tight to prevent ingress of airborne CBRN agents in solid or
liquid forms, all ventilation inlets, outlets, and other openings shall be able to be closed and
gas tight as well.
5.4.3
Doors, air locks and hatches leading into the Vessel shall be of a construction ensuring
gas-tight integrity of the protected areas.
5.4.4
To leave the space completely free for the transport of stretcher with casualty, all doors shall
be installed with automatic gas tight doors which are not cumbersome by its capacity to
disappear completely in open position.
5.4.5
All areas shall be equipped with CCTV to monitor the activities outside the main deck and
create a sight line on the decontamination procedures inside each compartment. The CCTV
console will be set up in the command and control room to control and monitor the CCTV
displays.
5.4.6
An inter-communication system in the form of direct telephone shall be provided inside each
compartment for effective communication with the command posts at the command and
control room. In addition to the inter-communication system, a public announcement
system will be installed to facilitate broadcasting information to single, several or all locations
to issue instructional or warning notices.
5.4.7
Means shall be provided to allow for remote closing of fresh air ventilation inlet and outlet
openings.
5.4.8
Manual closing of the fresh air ventilation inlets from within the protected part of the Vessel
maybe accepted.
[D]
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5.4.9
The CBRN protection capability comprised of the following compartments and systems:Assumed Minimum
Location
Compartment/System
Cubic Measure (LxWxH)
Inside and outside of the Vessel
CBRN detection and analyser system
N.A.
Main deck
CBRN-filtration
ventilation system
N.A.
Main deck at the poop and the
bow
Air supply piping installation and first
stage
treatment
for
emergency N.A.
responders
Main deck
Undress area
3.5m x 2m x 2m = 14 m3
Main deck
Decontamination shower
4.5m x 2m x 2m = 18m3
Main deck
Verification/Redress area, air lock
4.5m x2.4m x 2m = 21.6m3
Main deck
Treatment room
5.5m x2.4m x 2m = 26.4m3
Main deck
Clean Zone
N.A.
Main deck
CBRN egress air lock
N.A.
Main deck
CBRN filter room
N.A.
Main deck
HVAC fan room
N.A.
Bridge deck
Command & control room
N.A.
and
pressurised
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The CBRN protection capability comprised of the following compartments and systems
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5.5
5.5.1
5.5.2
Detection and Analyser System
The purpose of the CBRN detection and analyser is to protect the personnel inside of the
Vessel against CBRN warfare agents (CWAs, BWAs and radiation) by monitoring the
outside and incoming air of the Vessel and at inside the CBRN filters. When the
concentrations increase above lower alarm limits, the system shall give local and centralised
alarm.
(a)
This is a fixed installation as an automatic detection and alarm system with fastest
response times of not less than or equal to 10 seconds.
(b)
The response times of the system should be shorter in higher concentrations.
[D]
5.5.3
Two chemical detecting and identifying units shall be installed, one on port and one on
starboard side in order to continuously monitor the atmosphere outside the Vessel.
5.5.4
Chemical detecting and identifying unit are normally to be fitted in each area/room in order to
monitor the atmosphere at strategic locations.
5.5.5
Biological agents detection units shall be installed in each area/room to detect and identify
biological agents, and indicate the level of concentration.
5.5.6
The detection and analyser system shall be designed to give real time information on the need
for chemical protection measures. In addition, it serves monitoring of the intake air and
defining the need for decontamination of personnel entering the Vessel.
5.5.7 (a)
There shall be a control unit in the command & control room designed to reproduce and
display the operation information of detectors.
(b)
Remote horns and visual alarms should be linked to the unit for transmission of audible
and visual alarms to different strategic locations.
[D]
5.6
Filtration and Pressurised Ventilation System
5.6.1
Ventilation air into protected areas including Clean Zone, decontamination shower room,
HazMat assessment room, verification/redress area and CBRN egress air lock must be taken
through CBRN-filtration and pressurisation ventilation system.
5.6.2
Each area/room has gradual positive overpressure, controlled by gastight closing valve
exhausting air to regulate airflow, maintain and regulate overpressure.
5.6.3
Doors shall be equipped with locking system and proper gaskets to enable interlocking and to
provide gas tightness respectively. Gaskets used in doors shall be made of neoprene. The
leakage through the gastight closing valve shall not exceed 0.01L/s corresponding to a
pressure differential of 1000 Pa across the valve.
5.6.4
All penetrations between dirty area and clean area shall be sealed. Doors shall be equipped
with proper gaskets to provide gas tightness. All windows shall be gastight, equipped with
neoprene gasket.
5.6.5
The CBRN-filtration and pressurised ventilation system shall be built having standby filter
system. In normal, ventilation of the filtration unit is working with filters for peace time
operation.
5.6.6
The ventilation capacity shall be at least 30 air changes per hour.
5.7
5.7.1
Clean Air Supply to Responders
Only emergency responders wearing full protection clothing with self-contained breathing
apparatuses (SCBA) can work outside the Vessel in a CBRN situation. An independent and
continuous air supply piping installation for supplying breathable pressurised air according to
BS Air Purity Standard 4001 or equivalent shall be installed. A total of four air supply
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valves with the following specifications shall be installed at the outside of the main deck, two
at the poop and two at the bow. The required flow rate shall not be less than 120 L/min at a
working pressure of 7 bar +/- 10% terminated with gauges and outlets; and dual female
couplings with non-return valve and dust cap to be installed at the Clean Zone where a
cylinder rack to hold 30 cylinders.
Specification of the compressed air supply line and coupling:
Type
:
Tread-fast, Resistant to kinking, antistatic
Inside Diameter
:
9mm (1/4”)
Operating Pressure
:
5.3 – 9 Bar
Maximum Working Pressure :
20 Bar
Breaking Pressure
:
6 Bar
Couplings
:
One-hand operation safety coupling, fixed with
press clamps
Lock Coupling
:
G 1/4A
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5.7.2
There shall be two showering units and two water jets, in accordance with OSHA standard
1910.120 at a flow rate not less than 9L/min for first stage decontamination use to wash
emergency responders in their contaminated protective clothing. These units shall be
installed at a place of not less than 1.5 metres away from the edge of the poop to ensure the
safety of the contaminated persons.
5.7.3
There shall be containment berm under each showering unit for containing decontaminated
water.
5.7.4
There shall be provision of handle bar/railing to assist the emergency responders with
standing balancing assists.
5.7.5
Sufficient illumination shall be provided to allow emergency responders to work in an
environment during hours of darkness.
5.8
Undress Area
5.8.1
If CBRN protection is active, the entrance to the Vessel must be taken place only via the
undress area.
5.8.2
The function of the undress area is to allow all persons entering the Vessel to undress as far as
possible to remove the contaminant at the first time from the skin by removing their clothing
in order to reduce further absorption. In addition, assurance and guidance will be provided
to prevent them from spreading contamination at scene.
5.8.3
The undress area is a room that has approximately 80Pa positive overpressure to outside air,
controlled by gastight closing valve exhausting air to regulate airflow, maintain and regulate
overpressure.
5.8.4
Doors shall be equipped with locking system to enable interlocking with inner door to
decontamination shower.
5.8.5
All internal walls should be treated with nano-coating as surface structure to achieve not only
superficially repellency, but also self-cleaning properties, where liquid drops simply would
not stick to the surface of the material in the first place.
[D]
5.8.6
The room shall be provided with five sets of stainless steel chair with backrest.
5.8.7
Inside the undress area, there shall be storage cabinets to stock up sufficient packs of personal
decontamination kit each containing one blue bag, one blue poncho, one yellow bag, one pair
of white foot covers, one ball pen and one pair of scissors.
5.8.8
The room shall be equipped with CCTV and inter-communication systems.
5.8.9
An instructional guideline with pictures shall be mounted on wall.
5.8.10
Overpack drum of not smaller than 90 litres in size for storage of contaminated clothing.
5.9
Decontamination Shower
5.9.1
The function of this decontamination shower is to allow the persons to undergo
decontamination by flushing with water thoroughly from head to toes.
5.9.2
Same as the undress area, this room has approximately 80Pa positive overpressure to outside
air, controlled by gastight closing valve exhausting air to regulate airflow, maintain and
regulate overpressure.
5.9.3
Doors shall be equipped with locking system to enable interlocking with inner door to the
verification/redress area.
5.9.4
All internal walls should be treated with nano-coating as surface structure to achieve not only
superficially repellency, but also self-cleaning properties, where liquid drops simply would
not stick to the surface of the material in the first place.
[D]
5.9.5
An instructional guidelines with pictures shall be mounted on wall.
5.9.6
Installation of four fixed showering heads and two showering heads with 2-metre long
extendable hoses. Flow rate shall be not less than 9L/min, single lever mixer operation to
control water flow and temperature, additional shut-off button at command and control room.
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5.9.7
Electric water heater with sufficient capacity provides hot water for six showering heads at a
time with flow rate of not less than 9L/min.
5.9.8
Floor shall be equipped with grill to collect contaminated water to a holding tank which shall
be installed in the Vessel compartment.
5.9.9
There shall be provision of wall mount folding stand to lift up the stretcher at waist high for
transport of stretcher with casualty and accompanying decontamination crew through the
decontamination shower.
5.9.10
The room shall be equipped with CCTV and inter-communication systems.
5.10 Verification/Redress Area
5.10.1
The function of Verification/Redress Area is to identify those decontaminated persons who
require immediate medical attention and 2nd stage decontamination.
5.10.2
This room has approximately 80Pa positive overpressure to decontamination shower equal to
160Pa positive overpressure to outside air, controlled by gastight closing valve exhausting air
to regulate airflow, maintain and regulate overpressure.
5.10.3
Doors are equipped with locking system to enable interlocking with inner door to Clean Zone
and inner door to a treatment room. Exhaust air from the Clean Zone shall be blown into
this air lock for ventilation and purging with suitably designed pressure difference to ensure
the overpressure in compliance with RO’s requirements for air lock. In an identified CBRN
state, this air lock shall in general be capable of being purged with an increased air flow
immediately after the outer door has been closed. At least five air changes are required to
remove all contamined air. The ventilation capacity of at least 30 air changes per hour shall
be provided.
5.10.4
All internal walls should be treated with nano-coating as surface structure to achieve not only
superficially repellency, but also self-cleaning properties, where liquid drops simply would
not stick to the surface of the material in the first place.
[D]
5.10.5
The room shall be provided with six sets of stainless steel chair with backrest.
5.10.6
There shall be storage cabinets to stock up sufficient packs of bathing kit containing one
boiler suit, one pair of slippers and one towel.
5.10.7
An instructional guideline with pictures shall be mounted on wall.
5.10.8
The room shall be equipped with CCTV and inter-communication systems.
5.11 Treatment Room
5.11.1
The function of treatment room is to render care and treatment for casualties.
5.11.2
This room has the same positive overpressure to decontamination shower equal to 80Pa
positive overpressure to outside air, controlled by gastight closing valve exhausting air to
regulate airflow, maintain and regulate overpressure.
5.11.3
Doors are equipped with locking system to enable interlocking with door to/from
verification/redress area.
5.11.4
All internal walls should be treated with nano-coating as surface structure to achieve not only
superficially repellency, but also self-cleaning properties, where liquid drops simply would
not stick to the surface of the material in the first place.
[D]
5.11.5
Provision of first aid kits and other necessary equipment shall be required.
5.11.6
The room shall be equipped with CCTV and inter-communication systems.
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5.12 Clean Zone
5.12.1
The function of Clean Zone is a protected area for those fully decontaminated and unaffected
persons to take rest.
5.12.2
This room has approximately 80Pa positive overpressure to verification/redress area equal to
240Pa positive overpressure to outside air, controlled by gastight closing valve exhausting air
to regulate airflow, maintain and regulate overpressure.
5.12.3
Doors are equipped with locking system to enable interlocking with doors to
verification/redress area and CBRN egress air lock.
5.12.4
Pressure difference and sufficient number of air changes per hour in airlock rooms to ensure
efficient flushing of airlock and prevents contamination entering inside Clean Zone when
personnel exits or enters access lock.
5.12.5
Provision of toilet facilities shall be required.
5.12.6
The room shall be provided with 22 sets of high-dense foam seats with cushion backrest.
5.12.7
The room shall be equipped with CCTV and inter-communication systems.
5.13 CBRN Egress Air Lock
5.13.1
The size of the air lock shall accommodate six firemen with a 1 meter in diameter barrel to
transit from the Clean Zone to outside under CBRN protected operation.
5.13.2
Exhaust air from the Clean Zone shall be blown into the CBRN egress air lock for ventilation
and purging with suitably designed pressure difference to ensure the overpressure in
compliance with RO’s requirements for air lock. In an identified CBRN state, the air lock
shall in general be capable of being purged with an increased air flow immediately after the
outer door has been closed. At least five air changes are required to remove all
contaminated air. The ventilation capacity of at least 30 air changes per hour shall be
provided.
5.13.3
If CBRN protection is active, CBRN egress air lock is used for leaving of the Clean Zone
only. The entrance to the Clean Zone must be taken place only via the decontamination
shower.
5.13.4
The room shall be equipped with CCTV and inter-communication systems.
5.14
5.14.1
CBRN Filter Room
The CBRN filter room shall comprise the following components which shall be approved by
the RO:
(a)
Pre-filter (Roughing filters)
A filter providing a collection efficiency of 85% of particulate matters of 10 microns or
greater.
(b)
Particulate filter
The High Efficiency Particulate Filter (HEPA) is required to provide a collection
efficiency of 99.997% for particulate matters of 0.3 microns or greater.
(c)
Gas filter
Activated carbon filter with impregnated carbon to absorb chemical agents and other
gases. A filter complying with STANAG 4447 or equivalent is acceptable.
5.14.2
The filter room shall be designed to allow change of filters without breaching the protected
areas.
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5.15 HVAC Fan Room
5.15.1
The overpressure inside Clean Zone, decontamination shower room, verification/redress area,
treatment room and CBRN egress air lock are maintained by the fan room.
5.15.2
A ventilation system that can be converted to provide a pressurised clean zone, protected
from ingress of CBRN agents by switching from ordinary fresh air intake to intake through
CBRN filter.
5.15.3
Filter capacity and other facilities for climate control (odour filters and air conditioning
unit’s) shall be dimensioned in accordance with RO’s requirements for operational
performance.
5.15.4
In CBRN situation, the CO2 level shall not exceed the 0.15%.
5.15.5
Air is extracted from outside the citadel through NBC filter room and cooling system before
going into HVAC Fan Room for pressurisation.
5.16 Command and Control Room
5.16.1
A Command Post will be set up in the command and control room.
5.16.2
The control console of the CBRN detection and analyser system and the CBRN-filtration and
pressurised ventilation system will be set up in the command and control room to reproduce
and display the operation information of the two systems.
5.16.3
The CCTV and inter-communication system console will be set up in the command and
control room to control and monitor the CCTV displays and inter-communication.
5.16.4
The controls, displays and equipment shall be located in front of the Command Post in natural
positions, with the highest priority devices being located prime positions. Controls shall
ideally be positioned between elbow and shoulder height. Instruments panels and display
screens shall be located at or below sitting eye height.
5.16.5
Another inter-communication system in the form of direct telephone shall be provided in the
command and control room for effective communication with the coxswain at the
wheelhouse.
5.17 Vessel Exterior Self-Cleansing System
5.17.1
Shipboard self-cleansing system for the deckhouse and the overall superstructures and main
weather deck using surrounding seawater shall be provided.
5.18 Persons for Treatment
5.18.1
The deckhouse layout shall be such that any person who fails in HazMat assessment is
required to go through the decontamination shower again.
5.18.2
Person lying on stretcher shall go through the undress area. The person’s contaminated
clothes shall be taken off and the person on stretcher shall be transferred to the
decontaminated shower room.
5.18.3
After decontaminated/cleansing the person with belongings will be allowed to go through the
air lock door and enter a room (which is pressurised) for a decontaminated check. Only when
persons pass the HazMat assessment will be allowed to go through an air lock door to the
CBRN-protected transport room (Clean Zone).
5.18.4
Any person who fails the test will be sent back to the shower room for further
decontamination/cleansing. If the person fails the test for three times, the person will be
refused for entering the Clean Zone. Instead, he/she will be directed to another room through
a side door.
5.18.5
In the CBRN Mode, the Vessel shall be designed to protect 7 crew and 30 (seated) persons in
the Clean Zone. Seats shall also be provided for the temporary settling of 10 contaminated
persons (seated or with temporary seats, with fixed or temporary shelter facility from sun and
rain) who are either waiting for decontamination or are not allowed in the Clean Zone when a
full house situation develops in the Clean Zone.
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5.19
Certifications
5.19.1
It is mandatory that the HEPA filter manufacturer has been awarded with a valid and
subsisting Certificate of Quality Management System (ISO9000) issued by RO or other
organisations acceptable to MD.
5.19.2
The HEPA filter shall have a test certificate from the manufacturer (and that shall be of one
acceptable to the RO or FSD) stating the test results and test standards of the filter that is
installed.
5.19.3
Each batch (not exceeding 350 cu. ft.) of nuclear carbon shall be provided with the following
certificates or report:
5.19.4
(a)
Physical test report
(b)
Penetration laboratory test report
(c)
Manufacturer’s Quality Assurance report of the nuclear carbon property.
Certificates for the gas filters (activated carbon filter with impregnated carbon) to absorb
chemical agents and other gases shall be provided before installation.
5.20 Training
5.20.1
5.20.2
Provide classroom and on board training sessions and document for FSD and MD personnel
covering the following aspects of the CBRN system as a minimum:
(a)
HVAC/CBRN system overview;
(b)
CBRN control and monitoring system (CBRN-CMS) operation and configuration;
(c)
Procedures and practices for personnel and casualty decontamination and lock through in
operation modes;
(d)
CBRN filter maintenance and replacement;
(e)
HVAC/CBRN equipment testing and maintenance;
(f)
Fire and other emergency procedures;
(g)
Troubleshooting for high, low and overpressure of Clean Zone;
Provide CBRN system training material to personnel for classroom or on board training
sessions.
5.21 Stretcher particulars
5.21.1 The stretcher to be used for rescue purpose shall be provided by FSD. Particulars of the
existing FSD’s stretchers are provided below for Contractor’s reference.
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Chapter 6
6.1
External Fire-Fighting System (EFFS) Equipment
General Requirements
6.1.1
The design and installation of the external fire-fighting system (EFFS) shall follow the RO
requirements.
6.1.2
The EFFS shall be designed for fighting marine fire including oil fire at sea.
6.1.3
The Contractor is required to submit the design of the EFFS in details for FSD and MD's
approval prior to installation.
6.1.4
The Contractor shall demonstrate at Technical Acceptance to the satisfaction of FSD and MD
that the design of the fire fighting system, arrangements and equipment are suitable for
containing and smothering oil fire at sea.
6.1.5
The performance/function tests of EFFS for the water/foam monitors shall be part of the
Technical Acceptance.
6.1.6
The EFFS shall meet the following requirements:
6.2
(a)
Two external fire pumps (each having at least 8,000 L/min) are driven by power take off
(PTO) from two inner propulsion engines.
[E]
(b)
Two fixed foam/water monitors, each having a minimum capacity of 4,000 litres/minute,
are installed in port and starboard forward the main deck.
[E]
(c)
Four units of 70 mm diameter fire outlets shall be provided at each side of the Vessel (i.e.
total eight outlets) at locations to be decided by the FSD.
(d)
Stainless steel shall be used for the fire main pipes.
(e)
A water-throw of ejection from the water/foam monitors shall be required.
(f)
Two built-in foam tanks at each side of each not less than 1800 litres, fitted with foam
capacity indicator and proportioner shall be remotely controlled by an operating system.
(g)
Sight-glass shall be fitted at the foam concentrate tank to indicate the liquid level in the
tank.
Pumps and Piping for Fire Fighting and Water Spray
6.2.1
Pumps and piping systems used for fire-fighting foam/water monitors shall be solely for
fire-fighting purpose (including the operating fire hose stations) as well as for the
self-protecting water spray purpose in fire-fighting (and for assisting CBRN self-cleansing as
required).
6.2.2
Each pump shall be provided with its own dedicated, independent sea suction.
6.2.3
Both the pipe lines from the fire pumps to the foam/water monitors and the pipe lines of foam
concentrate leading to the proportioner shall be suitably designed to avoid large amount of
water and foam concentrate stored in the system.
6.2.4
The response time of the system shall be as short as technical practical without affecting
safety and causing damage to the system:
(a)
Time required for ejecting water at foam/water monitors (starting from the fire pumps in
stop and valves in shut position) shall not be more than the number of minutes to be
discussed at and decided by the FSD at the kick-off meeting based on the system
proposed by the Contractor in its tender submission.
(b)
The maximum time from actuating the valves of the piping system prior to starting the
fire pump to the water filling up the pipe to the monitor shall not be more than the
number of minutes to be discussed at and decided by the FSD at the kick-off meeting
based on the system proposed by the Contractor in its tender submission.
(c)
Time required to have foam solution at foam/water monitors (after the fire pumps start)
shall not be more than the number of minutes to be discussed at and decided by the FSD
at the kick-off meeting based on the system proposed by the Contractor in its tender
submission.
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6.3
Fire Pumps
6.3.1
For external fire fighting duties, the Vessel shall be provided with two centrifugal type fire
pumps and both fire pumps shall have equal or near equal capacity. The fire pumps may also
be used for water supply to the water spray system and/or to the fire hose stations, minimising
total capacity of the pumps. In such case it shall ensure sufficient water supply for all services
to be performed simultaneously.
6.3.2
The pumps shall have piping arrangements to prevent overheating at low pump delivery rates.
6.3.3
The fire pumps shall be of centrifugal type with impeller(s) made of stainless steel suitable
for sea water service.
6.3.4
The two fire pumps shall also be connected to the CBRN self-cleansing piping and nozzles
systems. There shall be a suitable control device for change-over of this operation. (Note:
CBRN Mode is a separate design consideration with the Fire-Fighting Mode).
6.3.5
Suction and discharge pressure gauges, safety valves or devices if required, tachometer, and
any other gauges and fittings required by the pump manufacturer shall be provided.
6.3.6
The minimum water pumping capacity of each pump shall be 8,000 litres per minute at a
discharge pressure of 10 to 15bar according to Classification & NFPA requirements.
6.3.7
Pumps shall be positioned in the hull as low as possible and whenever possible be below the
Vessel waterline to ensure positive suction head. If that is impracticable, pump located
above waterline shall be provided with an approved self-priming system.
6.3.8
The discharge capacity of EACH fire pump shall be adjustable for the range between 1,800
and 8,000 litres per minute, against a pump discharge pressure for a throw range of 60
metres at 10 bars at the monitor. This requirement shall be achieved by changing the speed
of the fire pump or by using a type of device acceptable to the MD.
6.3.9
Two fire pumps shall be arranged inter-connected and they can be isolated by a motor driven
cross­over valve.
6.3.10
The materials of the pumps shall be galvanic and physically and chemically compatible to the
hull and any material they are associated with.
6.3.11
Net pump pressure of the pumps at their rated capacity shall be 10.34 bar or greater.
6.3.12
The pumps and its connecting pipes shall be hydrostatically tested according to the RO’s rules
or tested to gauge pressure of 13.8 bar or at 50% greater pressure than the rated cut-off
pressure of the pumps, whichever is greater.
6.4
Piping Systems
6.4.1
Piping systems shall be protected from overpressure.
6.4.2
All piping shall be suitably protected from corrosion and freezing and be capable of being
thoroughly drained.
6.4.3
Where pipes supplying water to the monitors are passing through the propulsion machinery
spaces, they shall be led through the engine room casings all the way to the monitors.
Remark: If this requirement is not achievable the complete design shall be thoroughly
discussed with GNC and the FSD before installation. This piping system must be acceptable
to FSD and GNC in addition to the RO requirements.
6.4.4
Pipes between the pump and a deck or bulkhead shall be full penetration welded. Flange
connection is only permitted at the pump or the sea water discharge valve outlet.
6.4.5
Isolation valves shall be fitted to separate the fire main system from the water monitors and
the water sprays systems.
6.4.6
Pressure regulation means shall be used such that the fire main system can operate
independently and/or simultaneously with the fire monitors and/or water spray system.
6.4.7
All pipes, flanges, valves etc. in the piping system shall be made of a suitable grade of
stainless steel material and thickness and to avoid corrosion happening within expected ship
life of 20 years.
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6.4.8
Adequate piping support arrangement shall be decided by GNC and FSD in addition to the
RO requirements.
6.4.9
Where flanges are used to join piping or to facilitate removal of valves for service, a support
shall be provided not more than 0.6 m from the joint.
6.4.10
Bracing shall be provided to resist the nozzle reaction of discharge devices.
6.4.11
Provision shall be made for the expansion or contraction of piping and for stresses in the
piping due to temperature changes or flexing of the hull, in accordance with the RO
requirements.
6.4.12
Drains shall be provided to drain all portions of the discharge and distribution piping.
6.4.13
A small drain line (by a valve) that bypasses each pump check valve shall be provided to
permit drainage of the discharge piping.
6.4.14
Fire pump discharge piping shall be designed for a working pressure not less than the
maximum cut­off pressure of the pump(s) fitted.
6.4.15
Piping systems shall be designed to avoid water hammer and similar hydraulic shocks within
the system and providing the means to purge air from the piping system at low flow
velocities.
6.5
Water Suction and Discharge
6.5.1
Suction pipe lines shall be designed to avoid cavitation.
6.5.2
Fire pump suction velocity shall not exceed 2 m/s and the discharge velocity at the water
monitors shall not exceed 4 m/s.
6.5.3
Means and/or facilities shall be provided for the gradual filling of the pipe up to the monitor
level with water before the full capacity of pump is allowed to be engaged.
6.5.4
The suction arrangement for each pump shall include at least one dedicated sea chest with
screened inlet, a valve at the sea chest outlet, and a valve vent to atmosphere.
6.5.5
Where looped sea chest outlet piping is needed and provided, a valve shall be provided at or
near the suction inlet of each pump.
6.5.6
The open area of the screen shall be at least two times the cross-sectional area of the suction
pipe.
6.5.7
The intakes to all fire pumps shall be fitted with a means of clearing while the vessel is afloat.
6.6
Sea Chests and Valves
6.6.1
Sea chests for fire-fighting shall not be used for any other purposes.
6.6.2
Sea water inlets for fire fighting and sea chests shall be arranged as low as practical to avoid
clogging due to debris or oil intake from sea.
6.6.3
The location of sea water inlets for fire fighting and sea chests shall be such that water suction
shall not be impeded by ship motions or water flow from water-jet suction.
6.6.4
The design of the sea inlets shall ensure an even and sufficient supply of water quantity to the
pumps.
6.6.5
All motor driven valves shall be capable of being operated manually.
6.6.6
Strainer Plates: All sea water inlets at sea chests shall be fitted with strainer plates at the
Vessel’s shell. The strainer plates shall have a clear area of at least twice that of the sea
valves. The edges of strainer plate slots or holes shall be rounded to prevent the cavitations.
Compressed air or other effective means shall be provided for clearing off the strainer plates.
6.6.7
Valve: Each sea water inlet for fire-fighting shall be equipped with a shut off valve.
leading edge of inlet pipe shall be rounded to avoid the formation of cavitation.
6.7
The
Operation of Pump and Valves
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6.7.1
The fire fighting pump, the sea water shut off valve and the sea water discharge valve shall be
operable from the same locations.
6.7.2
Starting of the fire pump when the shut off valve is closed must be prevented by providing
either an interlock system together with audible and visual alarms in the engine room and at
the wheelhouse.
6.7.3
All fire pump discharge valves shall be motor driven screw-down non-return type and the
suction valves shall be of motor driven globe type.
6.7.4
All motor driven valves shall be capable of being manual operated.
6.7.5
On/Off control and indication for all valve positions shall be provided on the guidance
schematic diagram control panel on the External Fire-Fighting Control Panel (EFCP).
6.7.6
The External Fire-Fighting Control Panel (EFCP) drawing shall be approved by the RO and it
must also be acceptable to GNC and FSD before the installation of the fire-fighting system.
6.8
Hose Stations
6.8.1
Eight hose stations (four at port and four at starboard) shall be located on the main deck and
be located on each side of the Vessel.
6.8.2
One 70 mm diameter hydrant outlets at each station of bronze or gunmetal construction with
valves at base should be fitted.
6.8.3
Each hydrant / outlet shall have female instantaneous coupling conforming to BS 336
standard.
6.8.4
At least half of the total number of hose connections shall be operated simultaneously with a
pressure capable of producing a water jet flow of at least 12 m.
6.9
Fixed Water Spray System
6.9.1
For the CBRN Mode operation, a permanently installed water-spray system shall be provided
to protect all exposed decks and external vertical areas of the hull, superstructure and
deckhouses.
6.9.2
For the Fire-fighting Mode operation, a permanently installed water-spray system shall be
provided to protect all exposed decks and external vertical areas of the hull, superstructure
and deckhouses, including water monitor foundations and equipment associated with the
water monitors. All the water-spray system piping, valves and nozzles shall be suitably
protected from damage during fire-fighting operations. This water-spray system can also
be used as the self-cleansing system for the Vessel in CBRN Mode of operation.
6.9.3
During the water-spray operations, all round visibility from the navigating bridge and from
the monitor’s remote-control station shall be maintained.
6.9.4
Each fire pump shall have sufficient capacity to provide pressure and volume for both the
foam/water monitors and the water-spray systems.
6.9.5
Spray system pumping capacity shall be sufficient to ensure an adequate supply of pressure
and water volume for operation of the water-spray system.
6.9.6
The water-spray system shall be well protected from corrosion. Suitable drainage
arrangements shall be arranged on deck.
6.9.7
Extra deck scuppers and freeing ports (in addition to the Vessel’s normally designed scupper
and drainage system) shall be provided to provide efficient drainage of water from deck when
the water-spray system is in operation.
6.10 External Fire-Fighting Control Panel (EFCP)
6.10.1
Remote control of the external fire-fighting system shall be centralised on an "External
Fire-Fighting Control Console" located in the wheelhouse and in the engine room control
console. The system shall be powered by 24 volt DC.
6.10.2
The EFCP shall include the following:
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(a)
A miniature diagram of the whole fire-fighting system (from sea suction chest to fire
monitor on deck with valve position indicator lamps for all the major valves including
suction and discharge valves of all fire pumps, cross-over valve, isolating valves for fire
monitors and outlets on deck, inlet valves for the pump inductors, foam tank outlet valve,
all foam supply valves etc).
(b)
Fire main pressure gauges (one gauge for each of the two zones) minimum diameter 100
mm.
(c)
Foam line pressure/vacuum compound gauge.
(d)
Foam tank content repeater.
(e)
Lamp test button.
(f)
Alarm mute push button.
(g)
Dimmer switch for control panel.
6.11 Foam Monitor System
6.11.1
The foam/water monitors shall provide with foam expansion ratio of 15 to 1 and shall be
capable of throw range of 60 m, with both foam/water monitors in simultaneous operation at
maximum foam output. The foam concentration tank shall have a minimum capacity for 30
minutes foam production at an assumed admixture of 1 to 3 percent.
6.11.2
The foam/water monitor system shall be of a fixed installation design with separate foam
concentration tank, foam mixing unit and pipelines to the foam/water monitors. The water
supply shall be taken from the fire pumps. Means to reduce supply water pressure shall be
provided to assure correct water pressure for maximum foam generation.
6.11.3
The fixed foam/water monitors shall be controlled manually at both local and remote
locations. The remote control of the foam/water monitors shall be located at the EFCP.
6.11.4
The foam discharging system shall be designed for discharging foam solution (mixture of
1%-3% Alcohol Resistant AFFF Concentrate (foam liquid) and 97%-99% sea water via the
external fire-fighting system within one minute after starting of fire pump.
6.11.5
Foam concentrate shall be supplied by the Contractor for testing and for the topping up both
foam concentrate tanks to the operating level as part of the requirements of Technical
Acceptance.
6.11.6
A fresh water flushing system for the foam discharge piping shall be provided.
6.11.7
The Vessel shall be capable of supplying the power required by the foam-proportioning
system in addition to the requirements of the other power-dependent systems installed on the
Vessel.
6.11.8
The materials and system components used in the construction of the foam concentrate
storage and proportioning and delivery system shall be compatible with the concentrate as
specified by the foam manufacturer
6.11.9
The foam-proportioning system shall be designed to operate with the type(s) of foam
concentrate (specified by the FSD in the kick-off meeting).
6.12 Foam Concentrate Tank
6.12.1
A built-in foam tank of not less than 2x1800 litres and fitted with foam capacity indicator and
proportioner shall be remotely controlled by an operating system.
6.12.2
The foam concentrate tank shall be provided with a protected fill opening that is designed
to facilitate the operator’s filling the tank from 20 litres foam concentrate containers. A fill
opening with an area of at least 2,320 mm2 shall be provided. The opening shall be
protected by a removable cover and screen. The cover shall be attached to the tank by
mechanical means to prevent air from entering or escaping during normal service.
6.12.3
The foam concentrate tank shall incorporate an expansion compartment or dome located
so that foam concentrate enters this compartment only after the entire main tank
compartment is completely filled. The volume of the expansion compartment shall be
not less than 2 percent of the total foam concentrate tank volume. A pressure/vacuum
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vent shall be provided to adjust automatically for changes in pressure when filling or
withdrawing foam concentrate from the tank. The pressure/vacuum vent shall not permit
outside air to enter the tank freely except during operation or for normal changes in volume
due to changes in temperature.
6.12.4
The foam concentrate tank shall be designed and constructed to facilitate cleaning the inside
of the tank. A removable top allowing access to the tank or a removable personnel access
hatch with a minimum inside diameter of 510 mm shall be provided.
6.12.5
The foam concentrate tank shall have a sufficient number of swash partitions so that the
maximum dimension of any space in the tank, either transverse or longitudinal, shall not
exceed 1,220 mm and shall be not less than 584 mm. The swash partitions shall have vents
and openings at the top and bottom to permit movement of air and foam concentrate between
compartments to meet the maximum flow requirements of the foam-proportioning system.
6.12.6
The foam concentrate tank outlet connection shall be connected to a sump located in the
bottom of the tank and shall permit discharge of at least 95 percent of the tank's capacity. The
discharge shall be protected by an anti-swirl baffle in systems where the foam concentrate
delivery rate exceeds 20 litres per minute.
6.12.7
The foam concentrate tank inlet connection shall terminate within 51 mm of the tank bottom
to prevent aerating the foam concentrate.
6.12.8
A drain valve shall be provided in the sump of the foam concentrate tank.
6.12.9
The foam tank is to be substantially constructed and hydraulically tested to 2.45 metre water
head above the top of tank crown or to the top of overflow, whichever is the greater. It shall
be provided with the following stainless steel fittings leading to the main deck.
6.13 Foam Concentrate Pump/Foam-Making Circuit
6.13.1 The foam concentrate pump shall operate at a speed that prevents cavitation and foaming in
the foam system when delivering maximum design flow.
6.13.2 The foam concentrate pump shall deliver the flow and pressure.
6.13.3 A relief valve or other overpressure limiting device shall be provided in the foam system to
protect the foam concentrate pump.
6.13.4 A strainer designated by the foam concentrate manufacturer shall be installed on the intake
side of the foam concentrate pump so that any foam concentrate entering the foam system
passes through the strainer.
6.13.5
A gauging device for determining remaining foam concentrate volume in the tank or a
foam level indicator of an approved type with toughened glass and protection shall be
provided.
6.14 Foam/Water Monitor
6.14.1
Foam/Water monitors shall be located so as to allow for an unobstructed range of operation.
Means shall be provided to prevent monitor jets from impinging on Vessel structures and
equipment.
6.14.2 Monitor foundations and structural supports shall be designed for all modes of operation, with
particular attention given to loadings at maximum output and water jet reactions.
Calculations demonstrating adequacy of the design, including water jet reaction
specified by the monitors’ manufacturer, shall be submitted to GNC before installation for
consideration.
6.14.3 Both monitors shall be capable of being operated and manoeuvred manually at local station
and remote-control from wheelhouse. The monitor remote-control station shall have adequate
overall operational visibility, including that of the water trajectory elevation, means of
communication and protection from heat and water spray.
6.14.4 Control systems shall be suitably protected from external damage. Electrical control systems
shall be provided with overload and short circuit protection. Hydraulic or pneumatic monitor
control systems shall be duplicated. Shut-off and control equipment shall be clearly marked.
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6.14.5 Foam/Water monitors shall be brass and stainless steel construction suitable for operation at a
maximum pressure of 200 p.s.i. and with following characteristics:
Application
Minimum Flow Rate
Minimum Throw Range
Vertical Movement
Rotation Angle
Remote/ Manual Monitor
(One at port side and the other at starboard side
Alcohol Resistant AFFF Concentrate
4,000 L/min at 10 Bars
> 60 metres at 10 Bars
-20o to +70o
270o Continuous
6.14.6 A gate valve, pressure gauge and pedestal pipe base of suitable height shall be provided for
each monitor.
6.14.7
6.14.8
The Contractor shall demonstrate the following to the satisfaction of Government at the
Technical Acceptance:
(a)
Operating pressure of the foam proportioning system; and
(b)
Flow rate of foam solution discharge available at each individual outlet equipped with a
foam proportioning device.
All gauges, flow-meters, and indicators shall be located so they are readily visible. All
gauges or flow-meters shall be mounted in a manner to protect the gauge from physical
damage and from excessive vibration.
6.15 Nameplates and Instruction Plates
6.15.1
All labels and marking shall be in both English and in Chinese and be of a type permanent in
nature, shall be capable of withstanding the effects of extreme weather and temperature, and
shall be attached in a manner that requires mechanical means to remove.
6.15.2
A nameplate shall be provided for each control, gauge, and indicator that is clearly marked
with the identification and function of that device.
6.15.3
An instruction plate shall be provided for the foam­proportioning system that includes, as a
minimum, a piping schematic of the system and basic operation instructions.
6.15.4
Foam concentrate trade names shall not be substituted for foam solution percentage ratios on
instruction plates.
6.15.5
A label that reads "Foam Tank Fill" shall be provided at the foam tank fill opening and shall
indicate the type and proportioning percentage of concen.
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Chapter 7
7.1
Fire Safety Equipment
General Provisions
7.1.1
Engine room compartment shall be enclosed by fire-resisting divisions complying with the
requirements of the International Code for Application of Fire Test Procedures (FTP Code),
as defined in Chapter II-2 of SOLAS.
7.1.2
Fire-resisting bulkheads and decks shall be constructed to resist exposure to the fire as per RO
Requirements for that specific location. The main load-carrying structures shall be arranged
to distribute load such that there will be no collapse of the construction of the hull and
deckhouse when it is exposed to fire.
7.1.3
The hull, structural stiffeners, bulkheads, decks, deckhouses and pillars shall be constructed
of approved non-combustible materials as required in the FTP Code and having adequate
structural properties.
7.1.4
The arrangement of pipes, ducts, electrical cables etc., penetrating into the engine room’s
fire-resisting divisions shall be made to ensure that the fire-resisting integrity of the division
is not impaired, and necessary testing shall be carried out in accordance with the FTP Code.
7.1.5
All furniture shall be constructed entirely of approved non-combustible or fire-restricting
materials, except that a combustible veneer with a calorific value not exceeding 45 MJ/m2
may be used on the exposed surface of such articles.
7.1.6
All upholstered furniture, draperies, curtains, suspended textile materials shall have the
qualities of resistance to the propagation of flame in accordance with the FTP Code.
7.1.7
All deck finish materials shall comply with the FTP Code.
7.1.8
All the exposed surfaces and surfaces in concealed or inaccessible spaces in corridors and
stairway enclosures, and of bulkheads (including windows), wall and ceiling linings in all
compartments shall be constructed of materials having low flame-spread characteristics as
required in FTP Code.
7.1.9
Any thermal and acoustic insulation shall be of non-combustible or of fire-restricting
material. Vapour barriers and adhesives used in conjunction with insulation, as well as
insulation of pipe fittings for cold service systems need not be non-combustible or fire
restricting, but they shall be kept to the minimum quantity practicable and their exposed
surfaces shall have low flame spread characteristics.
7.1.10
Exposed surfaces in corridors and stairway enclosures, and of bulkheads (including
windows), wall and ceiling linings, in all compartments shall be constructed of materials
which, when exposed to fire, are not capable of producing excessive quantities of smoke or
toxic products, this being determined in accordance with the FTP Code.
7.2
Fire Detection System
7.2.1
An approved automatic fire detection system shall be provided in the Vessel at appropriate
locations in accordance with RO Requirements. The fire detection system shall comply with
the rules of an RO or International Standard acceptable to GNC.
7.2.2
The fire detection panel shall be installed in the wheelhouse.
7.2.3
The detection system shall initiate audible and visual alarms distinct in both respects from the
alarms of any other system not indicating fire, in sufficient places to ensure that the alarms
are heard and observed on the wheelhouse control station.
7.2.4
Fire detectors shall be installed in all compartments of the Vessel. Detection system using
only thermal detectors shall not be permitted unless in spaces of restricted height and where
their use is especially appropriate
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7.3
Fixed Fire-Extinguishing System for Unattended Engine Room
7.3.1
Engine room fire extinguishing systems shall be a fixed CO2 flooding system complying with
an RO regulations for engine room protection. Activation of the CO2 system shall cause an
audio and visual warning alarm in the wheelhouse and the engine room. The system shall be
approved by an RO.
7.3.2
The CO2 bottles for the system should be stowed preferable at the aft as indicate on the
Guidance General Arrangement Plan.
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7.3.3
The CO2 bottles shall be properly protected from weather.
7.3.4
Engine room ventilation systems shall automatically shut down upon activation of the CO2
flooding systems or manually from controls at the control station.
7.4
Portable Fire Extinguishers
7.4.1
Adequate number of portable fire extinguishers shall be provided to serve all compartments in
the Vessel and so positioned, as to be readily available for immediate use. In addition, at
least one extinguisher suitable for machinery space fires shall be positioned outside each
machinery space entrance.
7.4.2
Fire extinguishers shall be type-approved by an RO or other international standards
acceptable to GNC. Certificates shall be submitted to GNC before Delivery Acceptance.
7.4.3
Fire extinguishers shall be ready for use and located in easily visible places such that they can
be reached quickly and easily at any time in the event of a fire. Portable fire extinguishers
shall be properly secured in place.
7.5
7.5.1
7.6
Fire Pumps
The shipboard systems shall follow the RO classification requirements as well as the IMO
requirements for passenger carrying vessels. Unless specified as not required (or otherwise
with alternative requirements) in the TS, the following requirements shall be met:
(a)
At least two independently driven pumps shall be arranged. The arrangement of the
pumps shall be such that in the event of a fire in any one compartment, all the fire pumps
will not be put out of action.
(b)
Isolating valves to separate the section of the fire main within the machinery space
containing the main fire pump or pumps from the rest of the fire main shall be fitted and
easily accessible and tenable position outside the machinery spaces. The fire main shall
be so arranged that when the isolating valves are shut all the hydrants on the Vessel,
except those in the machinery space referred to above, can be supplied with water by a
fire pump not located in this machinery space through pipes which do not enter this
space. The spindles of manually operated valves shall be easily accessible and all valves
shall be clearly marked.
(c)
Hydrants shall be so arranged that any location on the Vessel can be reached by the
waterjets from two fire hoses from two different hydrants, one of the jets being from a
single length of hose.
(d)
Each fire hose shall be provided with a nozzle of an approved dual purpose type (i.e.
spray/jet type) incorporating a shutoff.
Fire Control Plan
7.6.1
The fire control plan shall be permanently exhibited for the guidance of the ship’s crew at
main deck cabin, using graphical symbols in accordance with IMO Resolution A.654(16) as
amended.
7.6.2
The fire control plan must be approved by GNC before Vessel acceptance.
7.6.3
The plan shall show the following (but not limiting to, as decided by GNC):
(a)
Date of the preparation of the plan;
(b)
The wheelhouse and the control console/station;
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(c)
7.7
Areas and compartments of the Vessel enclosed by fire-resisting divisions;
(d)
Particulars and locations of the fire alarms;
(e)
Fire detection systems and the location and type of fire detectors;
(f)
Location and type of the fixed and portable fire-extinguishing appliances;
(g)
Means of access to the various compartments and decks;
(h)
Ventilating system and their shut-off, and damper particulars (including particulars of
the master fan controls, the positions of dampers and identification numbers of the
ventilating fans serving each section of the Vessel);
(i)
Position of all means of control referred to in quick closing valve for fuel tanks, engine
room ventilation and fans.
(j)
The text of such plan shall be in the languages of English and Chinese.
Additional Protection
7.7.1
When the Vessel is afloat and unmanned, the fire detection system and the bilge alarm system
shall continue to function. When the audible and visual alarm is not acknowledged after a
time period of five minutes (can be adjusted), the audible and visual alarm shall be extended
externally to an audible and visual alarm fitted on the top of the deckhouse to bring the
attention of the persons ashore or the guard of the Government Dockyard.
7.7.2
The additional protection should be able to be turned on and off when required.
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Chapter 8
8.1
Lifesaving Appliances (LSA) and Arrangements
General Provisions
8.1.1
In addition to the following requirements, LSA shall follow IMO international regulations
and requirements as well as the RO Requirements and any additional and/or specific
requirements given in the TS.
8.1.2
Wheelhouse shall be provided with a self-igniting light and a self-activating smoke signal.
The positioning and securing arrangements of the self-activating smoke signal shall be such
that it cannot be released or activated solely by the accelerations produced by collisions or
groundings.
8.1.3
At least one lifebuoy shall be provided adjacent to each exit from the main deck cabin and
emergency exit from crew space.
8.1.4
Lifebuoys shall be fitted with buoyant lines of at least 30 metres in length.
8.1.5
All lifebuoys shall be fitted with self-igniting lights.
8.1.6
All lifejackets shall be fitted with a light, which complies with the requirements of the LSA
Code.
8.1.7
Lifejackets shall be so placed as to be readily accessible and their positions shall be clearly
indicated.
8.1.8
In addition to the other lifejacket requirements in the LSA Code, the name of the Vessel shall
be painted on each side of the lifejackets on board. The size of the ship name shall be
decided by GNC, and the paint quality shall be of a type that would not cause damage to the
lifejacket surface material.
8.1.9
Lifebuoys shall be painted with Vessel’s name.
8.1.10
All lifebuoys, lifejackets and life-rafts shall comply with Hong Kong local vessel
requirements in terms of their number of supply and the quality standard (including size of
children are expected to be carried on board). Details of these supplies shall be submitted to
GNC for approval.
8.1.11
Additional and any specific requirements for the operational requirements of the Vessel given
in the TS shall be met.
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Chapter 9
9.1
Machinery
General Requirements
9.1.1
The Tenderer should note that the Vessel is for use in Hong Kong and it is desirable that the
main engines, gearboxes, electric generator sets and any other machinery offered by the
Tenderer are those at present commonly used by ships operating in Hong Kong Waters, and
that they have good support for spare parts and after sale services locally in Hong Kong.
The following manufactures and makers of engines are considered as the ones commonly
used in Hong Kong: Caterpillar, Cummins, MAN, MTU or equivalent.
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9.1.2
The Vessel shall be equipped and fitted with all machineries described each complying with
the specifications set out in this Chapter for such machinery. The Spare Parts to be provided
shall be of the same model as supplied for the Vessel and shall equally comply with all
specifications set out in this Chapter.
9.1.3
The engine room shall be an unmanned machinery space (UMS), designed for unmanned
operation. Under normal operation, all controls are directed from the wheelhouse where the
control consoles shall be fitted with a full set of monitoring instrumentation and alarm
indications. However, essential local manual controls shall also be provided for the main
propulsion engines and steering gear for emergency operation.
9.1.4
Two accesses with reasonable separation shall be provided for the engine room. The design
of the engine room layout shall be approved by an RO and agreed by GNC. The machinery,
associated piping systems and fittings relating to the main engines and electric generator sets
shall be of a design and construction adequate for the service for which they are intended and
shall be so installed and protected as to reduce to a minimum any danger to persons on board,
due regard being paid to moving parts, hot surfaces and other hazards. The design shall
have regard to materials used in construction, the purpose for which the equipment is
intended, the working conditions to which it will be subjected and the environmental
conditions on board.
9.1.5
Easy access and ample headroom around all machinery shall be provided for local operation,
routine checking and ‘in-situ’ maintenance. Well-planned removal routes shall be provided
for the major items such as the main propulsion engines, gearboxes, and the generator set, etc.
9.1.6
Sufficient space and headroom in the vicinity of the machinery for local operation, inspection
and routine maintenance for all the machinery shall be provided. Procedures and sequences
for complete removal of the major items such as the main engines, gearboxes, generator set,
fuel oil tanks etc. shall be carefully designed to enable their removal from ships for
maintenance in a practicable manner so to avoid the need for the deck or shell plate to be cut.
9.1.7
All parts of machinery, hydraulic, control and other systems and their associated fittings
which are under internal pressure shall be subjected to appropriate tests including a pressure
test before being put into service for the first time.
9.1.8
Provision shall be made to facilitate cleaning, inspection and maintenance of main engines,
electric generator sets, fire pumps etc. and their associated piping and equipment.
9.1.9
Lifting brackets for moving heavy equipment shall be mounted underneath the deck head of
the engine room, the engine room entrance and other appropriate locations. The lifting
capacity shall be marked on every of these lifting brackets after a load test.
9.1.10
All emergency stops shall be fitted with protective guards to prevent inadvertent use.
9.2
Main Propulsion Engines
9.2.1
The Vessel shall be equipped with four electrically started, fresh water cooled marine diesel
engines of adequate power for the Contract Speed. The rating of the engines shall be
required for the Vessel with annual operation of 3000 hours. The diesel engines shall meet
IMO Tier 2 emission requirements.
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9.2.2
Type-approved certificates issued by an RO or other entities acceptable by GNC in
compliance to meet IMO Tier 2 emission requirements shall be provided.
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(a)
(b)
General
(i)
The main engines (M/E) shall be marine diesel engines of proprietary make,
electric started by 24 Volt-DC, and to have integral fresh water/sea water heat
exchangers, fresh water pump, sea water pump, LO pump, fuel lift pump (if
necessary), FO filters, LO filters, engine-mounted instrumentation panel with
essential gauges and protective devices, and any other ancillary equipment and
fittings as recommended by the engine manufacturer for the efficient operation
of the engines.
(ii)
Flexible mounting shall be used for containing the noise levels in
accommodation spaces not to exceed 80 dB(A).
(iii)
Engine-mounted charging alternator, capacity of not less than 60 amperes, with
built-in voltage regulator shall be provided on each M/E for charging their
respective starting batteries.
(iv)
The design of main engine and control system shall be approved by one of the
recognised Classification Societies set out in the interpretation of “Recognised
Organisations” under Clause 1.1 of Part IV – Conditions of Contract.
(v)
For two inner engines, the forward end of each main engine shall be connected
to a fire pump via a clutch, gearbox, and flexible coupling arrangement.
(vi)
The engine aft end shall be connected to the propulsor via an integral gearbox
through a flexible coupling.
(vii)
To avoid overloading the main engine, an interlocking device, which is subject
to MD approval, shall be provided to constrain gearbox clutch-in when the M/E
driven fire pump is engaged.
(viii)
To facilitate LO renewal, a suitable hand pump connected to the LO sump shall
be provided for each diesel engine so that LO can be drained from the lowest
point of the engine LO sump.
(ix)
The main engines shall drive the impellers through reduction gears.
(x)
The main engine’s exhausts and silencers shall be protected according to the
requirements of RO to avoid the hot surface danger to the personnel and
minimise the heat transfer into the machinery space. All components of
exhaust system shall be mounted or suspended by the hangers which will not
transmit heat, noise or vibration to the Vessel's structure. The exhaust outlets
shall be designed to inboard hull ship side on the shell shall be positioned above
the waterline.
Engine Performance
(i)
The Tenderer is required to submit the estimated speed-power requirements and
characteristic curves of the propulsion system for the Vessel to support its claim
for the achievable 35 knots Contract Speed at 90% MCR.
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(ii)
Manufacturer’s full power shop trial certificate for a continuous running test at
full load for four hours for each main engine must be submitted to MD before
the acceptable trials.
(iii)
The governor control of the engine must be capable of proper control when the
engine is suddenly unloaded from a fully load condition due to racing as the
seawater suction of waterjet units suddenly emerges out of water.
(iv)
For double safety, the back-up governor of EACH main engine shall be able to
take over control instantaneously (and immediately) as soon as the main
governor fails. When this happens the alarm (which is with individual
indication visual and sound signals) shall be sound and signalled in the
wheelhouse.
(v)
Main engines shall always be in a standby mode and being pre-lubricated.
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9.3
9.3.1
Main Engine Control
The design and installation shall follow the RO and IMO requirements (where applicable also
complying to IMO HSC requirements).
(a)
(b)
For the avoidance of doubt the following requirements shall also be met:
(i)
Instrumentation and control systems for the main and auxiliary machineries
shall be designed for unmanned machinery space operation.
(ii)
Both the Wheelhouse Engine Control Console (W/H E.C.C.) in wheelhouse and
the Engine Room Control Console (E/R C.C.) in engine room shall be designed
for one-man operation. Each one of these control console and control box
shall centralise all the instrumentation and control devices for the remote
operation of the main and major machinery on board. There shall be Engine
Room Control Consoles (E/R C.C.) for each engine compartment on each side
of the Vessel. These E/R C.C. shall be interlinked.
(iii)
Comprehensive instrumentation and control devices for the main propulsion
engines, and for the fire pump clutch operation, shall be provided at the W/H
E.C.C. for remote operation. There shall also be simplified systems installed at
the E/R C.C. for emergency engine room controls in the event of the failure of
the remote control system in the wheelhouse.
(iv)
For both the W/H E.C.C. and E/R C.C., engine-side controls for each piece of
machinery shall be provided for emergency operation in the event of a complete
failure of the control systems.
(v)
All engine-side controls shall be operative in the Vessel’s “deadship” condition,
i.e. when there is no AC electrical power supply for the whole Vessel.
(vi)
Engine mounted instrumentation panel with the essential gauges shall be
provided locally for each machinery to facilitate easy maintenance as well as
for convenient engine-side control.
(vii)
The monitoring probes ad sensors fitted to the main and auxiliary machineries
shall be of a type-approved by RO.
(viii)
These units shall be the signal sources for the W/H E.C.C. and E/R C.C. gauges
and communication panels. If LCD is used for this system, it shall be so
arranged that light signal emitted is easily seen by the operator.
(ix)
All rescue and berthing controls shall be controlled from inside the wheelhouse.
General Requirements for the Control System
(i)
The W/H E.C.C. shall be arranged at the wheelhouse front at the steering
position.
(ii)
The E/R C.C. shall be arranged at a suitable location in the engine room.
(iii)
Emergency telegraph light signal panels for the communication between the
wheelhouse and the engine room shall be arranged.
(iv)
The remote control systems at the W/H E.C.C. shall be electronically operated.
(v)
The remote control system shall be a standard control package supplied by the
manufacturers of the main engine and the gear box. Technical information of
the remote control system shall be submitted to GNC for acceptance and
approval before installation.
(vi)
Control System at Engine Room Control Console (E/R C.C.)
Simplified engine room control system at E/R C.C. shall be provided. They
shall operate independent of the W/H E.C.C. system, and they shall be either
mechanically or electrically operated (as recommended by the manufacturer).
(vii)
Wheelhouse Engine Control Console (W/H E.C.C.)
The following instrumentation and control devices shall be provided at the W/H
E.C.C.:
1.
Start/stop keys or push buttons to be fitted with guard cover and
running / stop indication lamp for each of the four main engines;
2.
RPM control device for each of the four main engines;
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9.4
3.
Clutch control and on/off indication devices for each of the clutches
used in the propulsion and M/E driven fire pump system;
4.
Shaft tachometers;
5.
Wheelhouse/engine room/local control change-over switch and
indicator;
(viii)
The controls and instrumentation of the main engines are to be designed for one
man operation in the wheelhouse, they shall be ergonomically laid out and
grouped around the steering position in the W/H E.C.C.
(ix)
Instrumentation and controls in the control console shall be comprehensive and
shall include:
1.
Starting and stopping of main engines from the wheelhouse.
2.
Emergency stop button with guard cover.
3.
Wheelhouse /local control change over switch and indicator.
4.
Speed control device.
5.
Nozzle angle indicator.
6.
Engine tachometers with running hour meter.
7.
Sea water cooling pressure.
8.
Coolant water temperature and pressure.
9.
Engine lubricating oil temperature and pressure gauges.
10.
High cooling water temperature alarm and de-rate function.
11.
Engine low lubricating oil pressure alarm and trip.
12.
Gearbox lubricating oil low pressure gauge.
13.
Gearbox lubricating oil low pressure alarm and trip.
14.
Ammeter for each engine.
15.
Engine exhaust gas pyrometer.
16.
Fresh water tank content gauge.
17.
Fuel oil tanks content gauge.
18.
Overspeed alarm and trip.
19.
Main engine expansion tank low level alarm.
20.
Battery charging control lamps.
21.
DC power on light.
22.
Central illumination dimmer for all light in the control console.
23.
Lamp test.
24.
Alarm test and reset.
25.
An engine control panel in the engine room.
26.
Any other instrumentation recommended by the engine maker and
GNC.
Electrical Generator Engines
9.4.1
Two electrically started, fresh water cooled electric engines integral with alternating current
alternator, of self excited, brushless and ventilated type, shall be installed in port and
starboard engine rooms.
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9.4.2
The capacity of these generating sets shall be such that either one of the two generating sets
shall be able to supply all electricity necessary to ensure that normal operational conditions of
propulsion and safety can be achieved.
9.4.3
Each electric generating set at its continuous service rating, shall have sufficient capacity for:
(a)
supplying all full operational electrical load of the whole Vessel including air
conditioning running at full capacity plus not less than a 15% reserve margin, and
(b)
permitting the starting of the largest motor without causing any motor to stall or any
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other device to fail due to excessive voltage drop of the system when the electric
generating sets is supplying full operational electrical load including air conditioning
running at full capacity of the whole Vessel.
9.4.4
Electrical load analysis and calculations shall be approved by an RO before submission to
GNC.
9.4.5
The generators exhaust, the generator sets exhaust shall be arranged with a
waterlock/lift-silencer with a view to reducing its noise levels. This shall be configured with a
hose running from the genset (wet outlet) and a wet hose outlet:
9.4.6
9.5
9.5.1
(a)
The exhaust outlets leading to inboard hull ship side on the shell, shall be positioned
above the waterline and be as high as practicable to prevent standing waves sealing the
outlet. A butterfly valve shall be installed on the stern penetrations. Exhaust pipe
outlets shall be at a minimum of 300 mm vertical distance above loaded waterline and
can be arranged via gooseneck type expansion bellow to the exhaust outlet fitted to shell
above waterline for discharge.
(b)
The exhaust systems shall be designed appropriately to comply with the genset and
exhaust manufacturers’ requirements. The generator set exhaust system shall be
arranged to provide reasonable access to engine room machinery.
(c)
Class approved expansion bellows (for example the gooseneck type in both dry and wet
side) shall be used.
(d)
All exhaust components shall be mounted or suspended using spring-type hangers
which will not transmit heat, noise or vibration to the Vessel's structure.
(e)
Lagging / Noise control requirements: Flexible sound reduction wrap for exhaust piping
works to be based on manufacturer / appropriate industrial standard.
The design and installation of the generator sets, switchboard and the associated wiring shall
follow the RO and IMO requirements. For the avoidance of doubt the following requirements
shall also be met:
(a)
Each generator set shall be provided with a certificate issued by one of the recognised
Classification Societies set out in the interpretation of “Recognised Organisations”
under Clause 1.1 of Part IV – Conditions of Contract.
(b)
The rating of each diesel engine shall be capable of developing for a short period (15
minutes) a power of not less than 110% of the alternator's continuous service rating.
(c)
The Vessel's main electrical supply shall be generated and d istributed at 380-415V, 50
Hertz, 3 phase system. Transformed supply of 220-240V shall be used for lighting
and electrical equipment of relevant voltage. A low voltage 24V DC supply shall be
provided for the relevant equipment/apparatus.
(d)
The Vessel shall fulfill the following requirements for the continuous service rated
(CSR) power of diesel generators on board:
(i)
To supply full operational electrical load (including air-conditioning and the
CBRN fans and EFFS) of the Vessel plus 15% reserve power; and
(ii)
To permit the starting of the largest motor without causing interruption to other
loading of the Vessel.
(e)
The resilient-mounted generator set designed for marine application shall be of a
proprietary make. The arrangement of the electrical and piping systems shall enable
the quick dismantling and easy replacement of the unit.
(f)
Shore supply voltage on the Vessel is 380V for the essential electric apparatus when the
Vessel stations in Hong Kong. Distribution of 380V three phase power supply to the
electric equipment from the distribution board shall be arranged through circuit
breakers.
Electrical Generator Engine Control
The controls and instrumentation of the generator engines shall be designed for one man
operation in the wheelhouse, the instrumentation and controls in the control console shall be
comprehensive and include:
(a)
Remote start and stop.
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(b)
Tachometer with running hour meter.
(c)
Cooling water temperature gauge.
(d)
Exhaust gas temperature gauge.
(e)
Lubricating oil pressure gauge.
(f)
Battery charger ammeter.
(g)
Fault indicating lights and alarms.
(h)
Protective devices such as overspeed, low lubricating oil pressure trip etc. as
recommended by the engine builder.
(i)
A standard manufacturer’ local control panel to be fitted in the engine room.
(j)
Instrumentation and alarm panel for auxiliary machinery.
(k)
The control panel shall contain the following devices:
(i)
Start / stop push buttons to be fitted with guard cover and running / stop
indication lamp for each of the two generator engines;
(ii)
Voltmetre, Wattmetre for each generator;
(iii)
Start / stop push buttons with running / stop indication lamps for each steering
/ reversing hydraulic and electrical motor of the waterjet system;
(iv)
Over and under pressure alarm indications for the hydraulic system of
waterjet;
(v)
Sea water temperature and pressure gauge;
(vi)
Fuel oil tanks content gauges;
(vii)
Auxiliary engines expansion tan low-level alarm (audio and visual);
(viii)
Bilge alarms (audio and visual) – two for each engine room; one for each fuel
tank compartment, and one for each watertight compartment;
(ix)
Auxiliary engine starting battery charging ammeter;
(x)
DC power on light;
(xi)
Any other instrumentation devices required for the safe operation of the
Vessel;
(xii)
Lamp test switch;
(xiii)
Alarm reset, and alarm acknowledged push buttons;
(xiv)
Dimmer control;
(xv)
Start / stop push buttons with running / stop indication lamps for each
hydraulic recess; and
(xvi)
Failure alarm indications for the hydraulic recess.
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9.6
Instrumentation and Control
9.6.1
A control station in the wheelhouse shall be provided with comprehensive instrumentation
and controls for remote operation and monitoring of the main engines, electric generator sets
and other auxiliaries to facilitate for unattended engine room operation.
9.6.2
One fire detector panel and one engine room carbon dioxide fire fighting panel shall be
installed in the vicinity of the control station.
9.6.3
Additional controls and monitoring devices shall also be provided locally in the vicinity of
that machinery or equipment.
9.6.4
All the instruments such as temperature sensors, pressure sensors, level gauges etc. shall have
obtained type approval certificates by the recognised Classification Societies set out in the
Interpretation of “Recognised Organisations” under Clause 1.1 of Part V – Conditions of
Contract or the manufacturer’s certificate complying with the national standards of the place
of manufacture of the relevant instrument. The Contractor shall provide copies of the type
approval certificates or the manufacturer’s certificate to GNC on or before the Delivery
Acceptance.
9.6.5
All indication lights, illumination of instrumentation gauges fitted on the consoles of the
wheelhouse control station shall be fitted with dimmers for day and night operation.
9.6.6
At least two independent means of stopping the main engines from the wheelhouse control
station under any operating conditions shall be available.
9.7
9.7.1
Reduction Gearboxes
The reversing reduction gearboxes shall be resilient-mounted to the ship’s structure.
Gearboxes shall be provided with clutches, alarm senders, and switches.
(a)
Gear oil heat exchangers shall be piped to the engine cooling circuits as specified by the
manufacturer. Gearbox oil coolers shall be sized to accommodate the heat generated
by the clutches at less than full engagement.
(b)
Reduction gear shall be sized to provide both low and high speed performance.
(c)
In order to operate at the loitering speed of maximum 5 knots, repeated cycling of the
clutches in and out of gear is not permitted in any case to obtain low speed operation. If
required the Vessel shall be fitted with a gearbox configured with a trolling clutch to
permit low-speed operation.
9.7.2
The gearbox shall be provided with alarms for low oil level and oil temperature.
shall be repeated both locally and at the wheelhouse.
9.7.3
Sufficient engine side space for maintenance and repair shall be required. Design of
installation arrangement shall be confirmed either using vertical offset or horizontal offset
gearbox.
9.8
Alarms
Waterjet System and Propulsion Controls
9.8.1
The design and installation shall follow the RO and IMO requirements (where applicable also
complying to IMO HSC requirements).
9.8.2
For the avoidance of doubt, the following requirements shall also be met:
(a)
The propulsion system shall be installed in accordance with the engine maker's
instructions and RO requirements.
(b)
The Vessel shall also be provided with the following items:
(i)
The design of the whole waterjet propulsion system and the control system
shall be of a patent design approved by one of the recognised Classification
Societies set out in the interpretation of “Recognised Organisations” under
Clause 1.1 of Part IV – Conditions of Contract.
(ii)
The RO’s design and construction inspection certificates of the waterjet
propulsion units shall be provided to GNC before the Acceptance Delivery.
(iii)
The waterjet propulsion system shall be installed in accordance with
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manufacturer’s instructions as well as to the RO’s regulations and requirements.
(iv)
9.8.3
Torsional vibration calculations approved by the RO for the shafting system
shall be provided to GNC before the Acceptance Delivery.
The Waterjet Propulsion Units
(a)
General
(i)
Each waterjet unit shall be driven by a main propulsion engine through marine
reduction/ reversible gear and flexible coupling.
(ii)
The gearbox shall include the following:
1. A flexible coupling of a well known proprietary make
2. Build in gear type oil pump
3. Oil temperature high alarm
4. Higher oil temperature cut out
(iii)
The waterjet propulsion system shall include the following alarms with individual
warning indications at the navigation bridge (wheelhouse):
1. Power failure of the control system
2. Power failure of the alarm system
3. Low level in lubricating oil tank (if provided)
4. Low lubricating oil pressure (if it is a forced lubricating oil system)
5. Low level in the hydraulic system
6. Power failure safety system
(iv)
(b)
The waterjet units shall be made of corrosion resistant materials and that the
whole system is well insulated and arranged to prevent galvanic corrosion.
The Control System (Speed and Maneuvering/Reverse Control)
Control and instruments of the main engine/waterjet units shall be designed for a one-man
operation in the wheelhouse.
(c)
9.8.4
Back-up Control System
(i)
Besides the ordinary steering system being duplicated as a back-up (the port and
starboard systems are entirely separated, all the way from the control lever in the
wheelhouse down to the waterjet units), there shall also be a reserve manoeuvring
system extending, completely separate, all the way from the wheelhouse down to
the waterjet units.
(ii)
The back-up system shall be capable of being use immediately if a fault occurs in
the main system.
(iii)
The switch-over shall not be automatic but controlled by the coxswain with the
selector button situated in the vicinity of the back-up levers.
(iv)
All manoeuvring actions performed by the main system shall be able to be
performed by the back-up systems.
(v)
Training for the use of this back-up control system, including steering and
reversing, shall be provided by the Contractor to MD and FSD designated
officers.
Emergency Steering
(a)
The Vessel shall be designed for retaining safe control when there is any loss of control
functions.
(b) The Vessel shall be capable of being handled, controlled, manoeuvred and operated
directly using the manual operation mechanism located in the port and starboard side
engines rooms or aft peak compartments.
(c)
The forward/reverse and steering operations of the Vessel shall be carried out directly
after the system is changed over to the manual mode control.
(d) Instrumentation and Alarm Panel for the Waterjet System:
The panel shall contain all the essential instrumentation and alarm devices for the
effective monitoring and control of the waterjets.
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(e)
(f)
Communication between Stations
(i)
Telephones for communication between W/H E.C.C. with E/R C.C., crew cabin,
survivor’s cabins, and wheelhouse, one head set shall be provided for each E/R
C.C. together with sufficient length of cord, and flashlight and siren.
(ii)
Talk back unit to emergency steering position.
(iii)
One head set shall be provided for each emergency steering position, and be with
flashlight and siren.
Engine Room Control Console (E/R C.C.)
Simplified instrumentation and control system at the E/R C.C. shall include the
following:
(i)
Main engines and gearbox system emergency control system, control functions
including:
1.
2.
Main engine RPM control and indication;
3.
Gearbox control and indication;
4.
Any other controls necessary for the effective control of the propulsion
and positioning system;
(ii)
Shaft tachometers;
(iii)
Sea water temperature and pressure gauges;
(iv)
Fuel supply pressure gauges after fuel filters;
(v)
Engine LO pressure gauges for main engines, generator engines, and gearbox
system;
(vi)
Engine cooling water temperature gauges for main engines, generator engines, and
gearbox system;
(vii)
Any other essential gauges and fittings required for the effective operation of
emergency engine room control;
(viii)
Telephone;
(ix)
9.9
Main engine start/stop push button;
Common audible and visual alarms (both siren & beacon) for ALL machinery
faults (amber), intercom (blue), fire (red) and CO2 (red) shall be fitted in the engine
room in an easily noticeable position.
Engine Room Ventilation
9.9.1
Arrangements shall provide sufficient air to the engine and shall give adequate protection
against damage, as distinct from deterioration, due to ingress of foreign matter.
9.9.2
The air supply inlet vents shall be connected to louvres of efficient design in preventing
ingress of water during extreme weather conditions. All vents shall be provided with
weather-tight covers, fire dampers and coamings of adequate height.
9.9.3
The engine room compartment shall be adequately ventilated so as to ensure that when
machinery therein is operating at full power in all weather conditions, an adequate air supply
is maintained to the compartment for the safety of personnel and the operation of the
machinery.
(a)
All spaces containing machinery shall be provided with forced ventilation for
combustion and ventilation air to meet the requirements of the prime movers and other
heat sources. The ventilation design shall be such to avoid any hot spot or “dead air”
area.
(b)
All ventilation ducts, intakes, and outlets shall be sized to minimise pressure drops and
flow noise. For design purpose, air flow rates in ducting shall be kept at 10 m/s or less.
Airflow rates at vents and louvres shall be as low as required to avoid flow noise
(Typically 5 m/s depending on vent or louvre design).
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9.9.4
The steering gear compartment and tank space shall be adequately ventilated for ensuring that
the safe operation of the Vessel.
9.9.5
For guidance, the ventilation air to the compartment as stated should:
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(a)
limit the temperature rise in a machinery space to 10°C above ambient temperature;
(b)
as the prime movers draw combustion air from within the compartment, the total
ventilation air be based on ISO 7547 “Standard for Shipbuilding - Air-conditioning and
ventilation of accommodation spaces” as a minimum but shall not be less than that
required for combustion plus 50%.
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9.9.6
Automatic shut-off device shall be provided according to RO Requirements when CO2 system
activated.
9.10 Air-Conditioning System
9.10.1
The Contractor shall propose specific equipment for approval by GNC prior to purchasing.
9.10.2
The temperature of the compartments shall be maintained at 21°C for 60% relative humidity
when the external ambient air temperature is 33°C at 85% relative humidity with full
complement and persons on board. An acceptance test of the complete air-conditioning
system of the Vessel shall be carried out by GNC to verify the system is effective and
complying to the requirements given here. The Contractor shall provide GNC a copy of this
test report upon completion of the test.
9.10.3
The design of the cooling air capacity shall be evenly distributed.
shall be provided in each compartment.
9.10.4
The location of air-conditioning indoor and outdoor units shall not create obstructions to the
removal of any hatch covers or direct maintenance of any major machinery and equipment.
9.10.5
The way of refrigerant copper tubes between indoor unit and outdoor unit shall not create
obstructions to the removal of any hatch covers or direct maintenance of any major machinery
and equipment.
9.10.6
The supporter rack for each outdoor unit shall be provided.
9.10.7
The refrigerant shall be CFC and HCFC free.
9.10.8
Emergency stop switches of the air conditioning system in addition to the normal power ‘on’
and ‘off’ switches shall be installed in the wheelhouse control station.
9.10.9
Sufficient fresh air induced to the air-conditioned area shall be based on ISO 7547 “Standard
for Shipbuilding - Air-conditioning and ventilation of accommodation spaces” and shall be
not less than 25 m3/hour per person so as to keep the CO2 level low enough for health
reasons.
An individual control
9.10.10 Mould and bacteria resistant replaceable filters shall be fitted at air inlets.
9.10.11 The air-conditioning indoor units shall be located in the compartments for its efficient
operation within the cabin environment, as recommended by the air-conditioner
manufacturer, with due regards to air moisture at sea environment to avoid undue
condensation formation. In view of design constraints with respect to the already compact
cabin space and its other installed fixtures and fittings, the Contractor shall agree with MD the
exact installation position of the indoor units before installing the indoor units in the cabin(s).
9.10.12 Sufficient ventilation shall be provided in case of air-conditioning breakdown.
9.11 Piping System
9.11.1
(a)
Piping connections and joints shall be constructed and designed in accordance with
the rules and regulations of an RO.
(b)
Pipe bends shall be kept to a minimum and have sufficient radius to facilitate
smoothness of flow.
9.11.2
Piping material should be of copper and chrome plated of substantial thickness.
9.11.3
All pipes for essential services shall be secured in position to prevent chafing or lateral
movement. Long or heavy lengths of pipe shall be supported by bearers so that no undue
load is carried by pipe connections or pumps and fittings to which they are attached.
9.11.4
Suitable provision for expansion shall be made, where necessary, in each range of pipes.
9.11.5
Where expansion pieces are fitted, arrangements shall be provided to protect against over
extension and compression. The adjoining pipes shall be suitably aligned, supported, guided
and anchored, where necessary, expansion pieces of the bellows type shall be protected
against mechanical damage.
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9.11.6
So far as practicable, pipelines, including exhaust pipes from engines, shall not to be routed in
the vicinity of switchboards or other electrical appliances in positions where the drip or
escape of fluids or gas from joints or fittings could cause damage to the electrical installation.
Where it is not practicable to comply with these requirements, drip trays or shields shall be
provided as found necessary.
9.11.7
Watertight bulkheads, decks or structural members having pipeline penetration shall be
designed and compensated in accordance with RO Requirements.
9.11.8
The material of the gaskets shall be capable of resisting chemical attack of the fluid being
conveyed. Galvanic corrosion shall be avoided if different materials used in the system.
9.11.9
Machinery and piping designation and marking.
(a)
All piping and equipment shall be labelled and colour-coded. And each pipe running
through each compartment shall be colour coded, labelled, and have the direction of
flow marked in at least two places.
(b)
Colour coding of machinery and piping shall be in accordance with the following:
Firemain
Sea Water
Fuel Oil
Lube Oil
Fresh Water
Hydraulic Oil
Red
Dark green
Dark brown
Striped black/yellow
Blue
Orange
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9.12 Fuel Oil System and Fuel Oil Tank
9.12.1
As Government vessels are committed to utilise sustainable / renewable fuel blends, the
propulsion engines and the electric generators of the Vessel shall be able to use ASTM
D975-08a B5 blends diesel fuel (5% biodiesel, 95% diesel labelled B5) and approved by the
engine makers.
9.12.2
The fuel oil of the main engines and generators shall be supplied from one or more fuel oil
tanks. Endurance for fuel capacity is designed for 4 hours at the maximum speed capability of
the Vessel with full fuel oil tank(s). The Contractor is free to design the number and
location of the fuel oil tank to fulfil the specification requirements.
9.12.3
Quick closing valves (control from above the main deck) shall be fitted to the fuel oil tanks
outlets.
9.12.4
Boost pumps shall be arranged to lift fuel to the engines through coalescing filters (Racor or
equivalent).
9.12.5
Fuel filters shall be mounted near the fuel tank on the suction side of the fuel pump. The
system design and filtration systems shall be approved by the engine and generator system
manufacturer.
9.12.6
The tanks shall be hydrostatically tested as required by an approved standard and connections
shall be proven tight.
9.12.7
An electric motor-driven pump shall be provided for transferring the fuel .
9.12.8
The Contractor shall provide the initial fills of fuel oil, lube oil, coolant, and hydraulic fluids
using fluids and additives prescribed by engine manufacturer. The Contractor shall provide
a summary listing of all fluids and quantities used.
9.12.9
All materials used in fuel systems shall be resistant to deterioration by its designated fuel and
to other liquids or compounds with which it may come into contact under normal operating
conditions, e.g. grease, lubricating oil, bilge solvents and sea water.
9.12.10 The filling pipe shall be of metallic construction and a permanent fixture led from the deck
and secured to the tank by an approved connection. A screwed cap and name plate inscribed
‘Fuel Oil’ shall be provided at the filling point. Flexible hoses are not permitted as filling
pipes.
9.12.11 An easily removable coarse strainer should be built into the filling line, if required.
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9.12.12 Two duplex filters shall be fitted in the oil fuel supply lines to the main and auxiliary engines,
and the arrangements shall be such that any filter can be cleaned without interrupting the
supply of filtered fuel oil to the engines.
9.12.13 Flexible pipes of approved type shall be used as short joining lengths to the engine where
necessary.
9.12.14 Water separators should be fitted to the fuel supply line, if required.
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9.12.15 Fuel Oil Tank(s)
(a)
Fuel oil tank(s) shall be arranged to allow Vessel operation at acceptable trim in all
conditions of loading and with consideration for the requirements for good static and
running trim. The Vessel shall be built with one or more independent fuel tank to service
the Vessel’s main propulsion engines and ship service electric generators. The tank(s),
if more than one, shall be interconnected to permit fuel transfer between the tanks.
(b)
The fuel oil tank(s) shall be fitted / installed in the tank space, actual location to be
designed and approved by an RO and accepted by GNC.
(c)
The tank shall not be integral with the hull and shall be installed so that the loads due to
the mass of the full tank are safely induced into the hull structures. The thickness shall
sustain the loads due to the mass of the full tank with due consideration given to
accelerated forces due to the Vessel’s movements at all speeds at sea, without damaging
the tank and ship structure
(d)
Internal surfaces of the fuel oil tank shall be left unpainted and shall be cleaned
thoroughly to the satisfaction of MD.
(e)
Provisions to the fuel oil tank
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(i)
A tank content gauge and low level alarm shall be fitted on the wheelhouse
control station. A level gauge in litres shall be provided for each tank;
(ii)
Rigid fuel suction pipes near the tank bottom shall be provided;
(iii)
An inspection hole, air vent with flame trap on deck and discharge valve with
remote operated quick closing device shall be provided. Fuel tank inspection
hatch shall be sized to allow proper inspection of the entire tank interior. The
inspection hatch shall have gasket covers secured by stainless steel bolts and
self-locking nuts;
(iv)
Suitable provision such as drip trap shall be made for collecting the oil
discharge;
(v)
Baffles shall be provided, the total open area provided in the baffles shall be
not greater than 30% of the tank cross section in the plane of the baffle;
(vi)
Baffle openings shall be designed so that they do not prevent the fuel flow
across the bottom or trap vapour across the top of the tank;
(vii)
The fuel oil tank shall be tested by a head of water equal to the maximum to
which the tank may be subject, but not less than 2.5 metres above the top of the
tank. The static test pressure shall be applied for five minutes without
pressure drop. After the test, the test fuel tank shall not show any leakage;
(viii)
Sounding pipes with chained cap shall be provided;
(ix)
Tank drain shall be provided; and
(x)
The compartment or space containing the fuel oil tank shall be fitted with two
ventilating pipes of arrangement acceptable to GNC.
9.13 Fresh Water System
9.13.1
(a)
Two independent fresh water tanks with a total capacity of not less than 2000 litres
shall be arranged in the Vessel to supply fresh water to the main deck, underdeck and
crew space (i.e. 1500 litres potable water and 500 litres fresh water for the
decontamination showers).
(b)
The fresh water tank should be installed in the compartment space as designed by
Contractor according to RO requirements.
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9.13.2
The fresh water shall be supplied by a fresh water pump to achieve a pressure at the tap
located at the main deck, underdeck and crew space to GNC’s satisfaction. This system acts
as the potable fresh water system and a hose which freely reaches all parts of the Vessel shall
also be provided.
9.13.3
The fresh water tank shall be flushed clean before installation and delivery of Vessel.
9.13.4
The fresh water tank shall be designed to easily accessible for maintenance. It shall also be
arranged with its own fill and vent pipes with gauze to prevent ingress of material / bugs to
the tank. The fresh water tank shall be fitted with the following:
(a)
Inspection / cleaning access cover;
(b)
Filling / sounding pipe; and
(c)
Air pipe.
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9.13.5
The tank (or tanks – to be used for the benefit of weight distribution) shall be of aluminium
alloy construction. These can either be integral with the aluminium hull or as separate tanks.
9.13.6
The thickness shall sustain the loads due to the mass of the full tank with due consideration
given to upward and downward acceleration due to the Vessel’s movements at maximum
speed in the sea without damaging the integrity of the tank and ship’s structure.
9.13.7
The fresh water tank shall not be directly adjacent to any other tanks carrying liquid of any
kind.
9.13.8
The fresh water tank shall be tested without leakage by a head of water equal to the maximum
to which the tank may be subject, but not less than 2.5 m above the top of the tank. The static
test pressure shall be applied for 5 minutes without pressure drop.
9.13.9
A capacity indicator calibrated in litres shall be provided.
9.13.10 The pressurised unit shall be provided with a starter, pressure switch, pressure gauge, relief
valve and suction valves. The fresh water pump shall maintain the pressure automatically.
9.13.11 Domestic fresh water piping shall be made of copper. Certificate of piping material shall be
submitted before the delivery of the Vessel. The welding joints of the domestic fresh water
pipings shall be free from lead. The domestic fresh water from the fresh water tank shall be
free from any substance harmful to health and shall comply with the Government
requirements for domestic water.
9.13.12 Cold fresh water taps completed with PVC braided / reinforced transparent hoses should be
fitted on the main deck aft, crew space and wheelhouse top to provide a rinse off facility for
cleansing purposes.
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9.14 Bilge System
9.14.1
The Vessel shall be fitted with a bilge system to the requirements of the RO.
9.14.2
A bilge audible and visual alarm panel shall be fitted in the wheelhouse control station for all
subdivision compartment spaces.
9.14.3
When the Vessel is afloat and unmanned, the bilge audible and visual alarm system shall
continue to function as detailed in Paragraph 7.7.1 and 7.7.2 in Chapter 7 of this Part.
9.14.4
A bilge water holding tank of capacity according to the requirements of RO shall be provided
in the engine room.
9.14.5
The bilge of the engine room and steering gear room shall lead to the bilge water holding
tank. An electric motor-driven pump with associated piping shall be provided in pumping
out the bilge water ashore. A direct overboard shall be provided in case of emergency
affecting the safety of the Vessel.
9.15 Seawater System
9.15.1
All sea valves shall be compatible with the hull material, connected to the sea chests shall be
tested according to RO Requirements.
9.15.2
Sea chests provided for the main and auxiliary machineries should be installed in the vicinity
of their respective seawater pump suctions but with adequate distance between each other to
avoid water flow disturbance.
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9.15.3
Seawater piping shall be constructed of galvanised steel pipe. A suitable strainer with
isolation valves and air vent shall be fitted to each seawater system. Due consideration shall
also be given for quick and easy access to the seawater strainers.
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9.16 Sanitary, Grey and Black Water System
9.16.1
One grey/black water holding tank and one contaminated water holding tank according to the
capacity required shall be installed in the Vessel compartment.
9.16.2
A sanitary/sea water pump shall be installed in the engine room to supply sea water for
sanitary service. Pressurised seawater shall be distributed to the toilets through pressure
reducing valves or for flushing by direct pressure via flushing valves.
9.16.3
Toilet, basin and galley sink shall be designed to discharge into grey/black water holding tank
and ashore. Alternative piping shall be arranged for the wash basins to be discharged
directly overboard through a non-return shipside valve.
9.16.4
The tank shall be fitted with a level gauge and a “Tank Full” indicator installed in a highly
visible location in the wheelhouse.
9.16.5
A discharge macerator electric pump shall be provided for pumping out the contents of the
holding tank. This shall be primarily lead to the shore connection, but shall also be arranged
with a backup direct overboard discharge via non-return valve. The shore connection shall be
arranged with an international shore connection.
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Chapter 10
Electrical System
10.1 General Requirements
10.1.1
All the electrical equipment and installation shall meet the RO Requirements.
10.1.2
Two 24 volts electrically started, fresh water cooled diesel engines integral with alternating
current alternator, of self excited, brushless and ventilated type, to be installed. Synchronising
and parallel operation is required.
10.1.3
All electrical equipment, fittings, instruments, switches, cables, insulation, sheathing, circuit
breakers, rating standards and their installations shall comply with the latest Regulations of
the International Electro-technical Commission (hereinafter referred to as IEC), Electrical
Installations in Ships.
10.1.4
Protective devices such as circuit-breakers or fuses shall be provided at the source of power,
e.g. the switchboard, to interrupt any overload current in the circuit conductors before heat
can damage the conductor insulation, connections or wiring-system terminals.
10.1.5
Switches and controls shall be marked to indicate their use, unless the purpose of the switch is
obvious and its mistaken operation will not cause a hazardous condition. Each cable shall be
clearly labelled and carry its own unique identification code.
10.1.6
The Contractor shall submit a layout plan showing the exact locations of the Equipment.
Equipment shall be accessed easily and safely for inspection and maintenance.
10.1.7
All Equipment installed shall be provided with manuals for operation and maintenance.
10.1.8
The standard of installation shall enhance the Equipment's safety features of not presenting
any hazards to the operator, e.g. all metal panels exposed to the operator shall be grounded
properly. Warnings of any potential hazards shall be displayed in both English and Chinese,
or with universally recognised labels.
10.1.9
The Contractor should design a solar panel system in feasibility if required, to convert solar
energy to power shipboard lightings and other equipment with the backup from the
switchboard power supply during gloomy days.
[D]
All
10.2 Electricity Distribution Network
10.2.1
The main electrical AC power supply shall be provided by two electric generators.
Synchronising and parallel running operation is required.
10.2.2
The generators shall be sized based on a 15% growth margin above the predicted maximum
load condition. The Vessel’s electrical load calculation shall include summer and winter,
static and transient, loads on AC, DC, shore power, and ship service systems. The Vessel’s
electrical load calculation shall be approved by an RO and accepted by GNC.
10.2.3
The generator set will maintain an output voltage within ±5% over the entire load range and
frequency within ±1.5 Hz.
10.2.4
The generators starting circuit shall be 24 VDC. Starting and normal shutdown controls
shall be mounted on the generator along with generator oil pressure and water temperature
gauges; AC voltmeter and ammeter shall be directly connected to existing wiring systems
with the use of a double-pole, double-throw (DPDT) transfer switch / centre-off switch for an
ammeter to read both legs (AC Volts readings).
10.2.5
The generators shall be protected against short-circuits and overloads by multipole
circuit-breakers (overload protector).
10.2.6
The distribution of the electricity to the equipment is through circuit breakers fitted on an
electrical distribution board.
10.2.7
Circuit breakers shall be provided for each circuit. Circuit breakers shall be of the proper
voltage rating, manual reset type, designed for inverse time delay, instantaneous short circuit
protection, and capable of repeatedly opening the circuit in which it shall be used without
damage to the circuit breaker. Circuit breakers shall indicate whether they are in the open or
closed position. All circuit breakers shall be labelled to identify the circuit being protected.
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10.2.8
Twenty (20) percent of spare circuit breakers or three space circuit breakers, whichever is the
greater, shall be provided in each distribution panel, both AC and DC. The Vessel’s ENE
shall be supplied from an independent distribution panel, which shall in turn be supplied from
a single breaker in the main DC panel.
10.2.9
Twenty (20) percent of spare wiring penetrations or two spare wiring penetrations, whichever
is the greater, shall be provided through each bulkhead except the forward collision bulkhead.
Spare penetrations shall be plugged watertight with rubber plugs.
10.2.10 All three/single-phase loads shall be balanced on each feeder. Loads of one type such as
heaters or receptacles shall not be concentrated on a single branch or leg.
10.2.11 All supply panels shall be fitted with a miniature circuit breaker of double-pole type with
over-current and short circuit trips. All junction boxes shall be readily accessible. A
special arrangement is required for the navigation lights supplied from this prime panel.
10.3 Main Switchboard
10.3.1
Switchboards for main and emergency power supplies shall be installed such that the control
elements, indicating instruments, circuit-breakers and fuses are readily accessible. The
terminal side shall be accessible.
10.3.2
Under all normal conditions of operation, power is distributed from the main switchboard and
the distribution system shall be designed to keep cable costs to a minimum by distributing to
power panels located close to the user services. Connections and components on
panel-boards shall be in locations protected from the expected conditions in conformity with
IEC 60529:
(a)
IP 67 as a minimum, if exposed to short-term immersion;
(b)
IP 55 as a minimum, if exposed to splashing water; and
(c)
IP 20 as a minimum, if located in protected locations inside the Vessel.
10.3.3
Switchboards shall be permanently marked with the nominal system voltage.
10.3.4
A self-standing dead front marine type main switchboard of aluminium construction with
adequate ventilation louvres shall be fitted in an accessible and well ventilated position in the
electrical room and shall contain the following:
(a)
Sector for three phase supply 380-415 V AC (designed by contractor)
[D]
(b)
Sector for single phase supply 220-240 V AC (designed by contractor)
[D]
(c)
Sector for 24V DC supply
(d)
Sector for shore power supply
(e)
Sector for solar power (if required)
Remark: The AC system is described as 380/220V AC in this Chapter.
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10.3.5
Due consideration shall be given in respect of the switchboard location to avoid any risk of
damage resulting from oil and water spray or other mechanical hazards. Adequate
guardrail(s) and insulated mat(s) shall also be provided.
10.3.6
Megger test and other relevant tests shall be carried out and witnessed by GNC. The results
for these tests shall form part of Sea Trial Report that shall be submitted to GNC before
Delivery Acceptance.
10.3.7
An appropriate laminated electrical diagram shall be attached on each switchboard.
10.3.8
All switchboard instruments, controls, and all circuit breakers, both on external panels and
inside the switchboard, shall be provided with labels of durable flame-retardant material
bearing clear and indelible indications. The appropriate ratings of fuses, the setting of
adjustable protective devices and the full load current of generators shall be indicated.
10.3.9
Apart from the spare feeder breakers, the switchboard shall contain but not be limited to the
following:
(a)
(b)
(c)
(d)
Generator set sector shall provide the following:
(i)
Air circuit breaker of adequate capacity with over-current trip and short circuit
trip;
(ii)
Voltmeter, ammeter, wattmeter and frequency meter;
(iii)
Indication lights for "Power Available", "Breaker Opened" & "Breaker Closed";
(iv)
All necessary fittings and any other protective devices.
380/220V three/single phase sector shall provide the following:
(i)
Meters or earth lamps to indicate the state of insulation;
(ii)
Moulded case circuit breakers with over-current and short circuit trips for the
distribution of AC power supply to lighting services, fans, motors, etc.;
(iii)
Any other necessary fittings and protective devices.
24V DC Feeders Sector:
(i)
Transformer / rectifier of adequate capacity for converting AC power to DC
power. The rectifier shall be of 1-phase full wave regulated type with voltage
regulation ±5% and ripple factor 4% at 100 Hz;
(ii)
Magnetic automatic relay switch for activating emergency 24V DC supply in
event of AC power failure;
(iii)
Supply source indicator lamp for transformer / rectifier;
(iv)
Ammeter for charging unit;
(v)
Voltmeter with selector switch;
(vi)
Metres or earth lamps to indicate the state of insulation;
(vii)
Moulded case circuit breakers with over-current and short circuit trips for 24V
DC bus and feeder circuits; and
(viii)
Any other necessary fittings and protective devices.
Shore Power Connection Sector:
(i)
Moulded case circuit breaker for shore connection box shall be provided on the
main switchboard;
(ii)
The shore connection box shall be capable of receiving 380V three phase 50 Hz
system and the cables between the connection box and the main switchboard
shall be of sufficient capacity to supply the necessary electrical equipment;
(iii)
An earth terminal shall be provided for connection of the Vessel's earth to the
shore earth; and
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(iv)
(e)
An instruction shall be provided at the connection box to give full information
of the system and the procedures for carrying out the connection.
Solar Power Sector
(i)
Ammeter for solar power; and
(ii)
Voltmeter for solar power
10.4 DC Power Source
10.4.1
Batteries for Main Engines and Electric Generator Sets Starting
(a)
Independent bank of 24V batteries shall be provided for starting of each of the four main
engines and each of the two electric generator sets.
(b)
The capacity of the batteries shall be sufficient to provide at least six consecutive starts
of each one of the main engines, and at least three consecutive starts of each one of the
electric generator sets from cold, without recharging.
(c)
Electrical connections shall be arranged so that the batteries can be used to start either
main engine or generator engine by operating a manual change-over switch in the engine
room.
(d)
The batteries shall be charged by engine driven alternators with backup service provided
by an automatic battery charger. Interlock or protective devices shall be provided to
prevent simultaneous charging from the charger and the alternator. The battery charger
shall also be prevented from charging the batteries during main engine starting.
(e)
Batteries to be of maintenance-free type
(i) 24V batteries charged directly from engine driven alternators, generator sets.
There shall be one battery set allocated to each engine.
(ii) Power supply batteries shall be portable, maintenance free, heavy duty, deep cycle
and produced from environmentally friendly materials. They will have a minimum
life expectancy of five years, or 200 full discharge cycles at full load, rated in
accordance with cognizant regulatory body requirements.
10.4.2
(f)
Each engine driven alternator shall have its own built-in voltage regulators, automatic
cut-off, and any other required protective devices.
(g)
The batteries shall be located as close as practicable to the engines in order to minimise
the voltage drop. The battery bank shall be housed in a separate GRP or GRP lined
storage box. Each box shall be provided with a removable cover with locking clips for
ease of maintenance.
Batteries for Routine and Emergency supply:
(a)
24V battery shall be provided for routine and emergency supply, all emergency
equipment shall operate from a dedicated 24V DC power supply.
(b) In event of main electrical AC power failure, 24V DC batteries shall act as an
emergency supply for all communication equipment, navigation and emergency lighting,
steering, fire monitoring and control system, and other vital instrumentation and control
systems for the Vessel to return to base.
(c)
This emergency supply shall come into operation automatically in the event of main
electrical power supply failure. The capacities of these sets of batteries shall be
sufficient to maintain the emergency supply for a period according to RO requirements.
(d) The batteries shall be installed in a separate compartment located outside of the engine
room above deck. The compartment shall be well ventilated and prevent ingress of
water.
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10.4.3
24V DC services shall be supplied from the switchboard in the steering console through a
2-wire insulated system to the following items:
(a)
Navigation light control panel and navigation lights
(b) Horn
(c) General lighting
(d) Compass light
(e) Instrument panel in control console
(f) Electric locks
(g) CCTV
(h) Public address
(i) One hand-held searchlight and one fixed searchlight
(j) Siren
(k) Any other ENE (if applicable)
10.4.4
The batteries as required in Paragraphs 10.4.1 and 10.4.2 above shall be subject to continuous
trickle charge under normal operation of the Vessel by an automatic battery charger. Under
the battery fully discharged condition, the charger shall be able to perform a quick charge
function.
10.4.5
The battery chargers shall provide automatic control between float and boost charges. Each
charger shall also be provided with a voltmeter, voltage regulator, selector switch, blocking
rectifier, and the required devices for protecting the chargers against short circuit, reverse
connection, excessive temperature and overloading. The capacity of each battery charger
shall be sufficient for charging one set of completely discharged starting batteries to fully
charged condition within ten hours.
10.4.6
Battery charger installations shall meet all cognizant regulatory body requirements including:
(a)
The chargers shall be sized such that a completely discharged battery bank can be
recharged to 80% capacity within eight hours (100% at ten hours). At the end of the
charge, the charge shall be tapered to a trickle value.
(b)
The chargers shall be fitted with a pilot lamp, a charging adjustment, a voltmeter and an
ammeter indicating charging current.
(c)
Discharge protection shall be provided to prevent a failed charger component from
discharging the battery bank.
(d)
The battery systems have the ability to be charged from the solar panels. The solar
panel system shall be fitted to the roof of the deckhouse if required and utilise maximum
practical roof space for maximum solar collection.
(e)
Battery selector/isolator switches shall be provided between battery chargers and the
battery banks they serve.
(f)
Provisions shall be made to allow either main engine to be started by the other engine’s
starting batteries.
10.4.7
An instruction plate with a schematic wiring diagram illustrating the operating procedures and
precautions for the selection of battery banks and charging of batteries shall be provided in
the vicinity of the charger, battery selection switchboard and charging distribution board.
10.4.8
Batteries shall be permanently installed in a dry, ventilated location above the anticipated
bilge-water level.
(a)
Battery compartment(s) shall be actively ventilated whenever batteries are charging.
(b) Batteries shall be located in areas so as to avoid heat soak. Emergency batteries shall be
located in the area outside the engine room such as, wheelhouse.
(c)
All battery storage boxes shall be provided with removable covers and locking clips for
ease of maintenance.
(d) Drainage shall also be provided to avoid accumulation of moisture.
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10.4.9
Batteries shall not be installed directly above or below a fuel tank or fuel filter.
10.4.10 Any metallic component of the fuel system within 300 mm above the battery top, as installed,
shall be electrically insulated.
10.4.11 Battery cable terminals shall not depend on spring tension for mechanical connection to them.
10.4.12 A battery-disconnect switch shall be installed in the positive conductor from the battery, or
group of batteries, connected to the supply system voltage in a readily accessible location, as
close as practical to the battery or group of batteries except the circuits for engine starting and
navigation lighting and electronic devices with protected memory and protective devices such
as bilge-pumps and alarms, if individually protected by a circuit-breaker or fuse as close as
practical to the battery terminal.
10.4.13 Local information plates showing the voltage, ampere-hour rating, group number and
application shall be provided for each battery set.
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10.5 Shore Power Supply and Connection
10.5.1
The electrical system shall include the provision for shore power supply (380VAC, 50 Hz)
designed to an approved standard.
10.5.2
The shore power system shall be interlocked to prevent the Vessel’s generator from providing
power to the shore. Indicating lights for “shore power available”, “shore power breaker on”
and “shore power breaker closed” to be fitted.
10.5.3
The watertight connection box shall be designed with a quick release receptacle.
10.5.4
Not less than 20 metres long shore connection power cable of adequate rating with quick
release watertight plug shall be provided.
10.5.5
The 20 metre shore connection power cable terminating at compatible connections to mate
with existing facilities on Government Dockyard identified by GNC. Suitable stowage on
board shall be provided for the cable.
10.6 Circuit Breaker
10.6.1
All circuit breakers shall have time delay thermal overload trip and instantaneous short circuit
current trip. The overload trip shall be set at 110% of the maximum circuit load current. The
cable rating shall be in excess of the circuit breaker overload tripping current.
10.6.2
Circuit breaker shall act as a protective device only and shall not use for switching purposes.
An individual On/Off switch shall be installed for each electrical fitting.
10.7 Motor and Control Gear
10.7.1
Where a starter is situated remotely from the motor, stop and start buttons shall be provided
near the motor for local operation. All electric motors of essential services shall have
separate start and stop push buttons plus running indication lights (with dimmer control)
inside the wheelhouse.
10.7.2
Motors installed in the engine room and other enclosed spaces shall be of semi-enclosed
drip-proof type. Motors installed in locations exposed to weather or moisture shall be of
waterproof construction. Insulation of motors shall not be less than Class B standard under
IEC Regulations for the Electrical and Electronic Equipment.
10.7.3
A circuit diagram shall be placed in the local control box of each electrical installation.
10.8 Cable, Wiring and Fuse
10.8.1
Cables which may be exposed to physical damage shall be protected by sheaths, conduits or
other equivalent means. Cables passing through bulkheads or structural members shall be
protected against damage to insulation by chafing.
10.8.2
Where cables are protected by pipe conduits, the space factors of the pipe conduit shall
conform to IEC regulations in order to prevent bunching of wires and to minimise earth
faults.
10.8.3
Cables shall have minimum dimensions in accordance with IEC regulations or other
equivalent international standard acceptance to GNC, or the conductor manufacturer's rated
current-carrying capacity, based on the load to be supplied and allowable voltage drop for the
load to be carried.
10.8.4
Cables in voltage-critical circuits, such as starter motor circuits and navigation light circuits,
whose output may vary with system voltage, shall be sized in compliance with the component
manufacturer's requirements.
10.8.5
The metallic sheathing, armour or braid of cable shall be properly earthed at both ends. All
bare terminals shall be properly insulated by cable insulators approved by GNC or the RO
specified in Schedule 9.
10.8.6
Cables that are not sheathed shall be supported throughout their length in conduits, cable
trunking, or trays, or by individual supports at maximum intervals of 300 mm.
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10.8.7
Sheathed cables and battery cables to the battery disconnect switch shall be supported at
maximum intervals of 300 mm, with the first support not more than one metre from the
terminal. Other sheathed conductors shall be supported at maximum intervals of 450 mm.
Sheathed engine starter conductors constitute an exception to this requirement.
10.8.8
Wiring shall be run along perforated metal trays and shall be secured in such positions as to
allow easy maintenance.
10.8.9
Wiring shall not be installed below the engine room floor plates.
10.8.10 Cables and wiring inside accommodation areas shall run behind linings which shall have
removable panels for inspection and maintenance.
10.8.11 Where electric cables have to be fitted on the decorative surface of bulkheads, they shall be
enclosed in conduits.
10.8.12
(a)
RO approved watertight cable glands shall be provided in way of watertight
bulkhead or deck penetrations.
(b)
The penetration shall be located as high as practicable and well clear from the ship
side.
10.8.13 Each electrical cable shall have a means to identify its function in the electrical system,
except for conductors integral with engines as supplied by their manufacturers.
10.8.14 Cables and the wiring terminals of different AC and DC power supply voltages in the
junction box, fuse box as well as the equipment terminal box shall be laid separately and shall
have a distinctive code and labelling system for easy identification to facilitate tracing.
10.8.15 Tally plates showing the cable size and the number of cores shall be provided for each of the
main power cables.
10.8.16 All fuses shall preferably be of cartridge type and rated adequately for the protected circuits.
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10.8.17 Electric wiring (whether single core or multi-core type) shall use approved (by an authority
acceptable to GNC) type of bulkhead/deck penetration gland/fitting when they pass through
watertight bulkheads or the weather deck.
10.9 Lighting Fixtures
10.9.1
General lighting shall be provided for all compartments and shall be arranged to give
sufficient illumination to all working areas for normal operation. All lighting shall be
equipped with LED bulbs including the navigation lights.
10.9.2
The general lighting system described herein shall be composed of fixtures permanently
installed as necessary to provide the levels of illumination required to an approved standard.
The system shall include fixtures, switches, panels, boxes, and cabling for the distribution
system supplying the lighting fixtures. Fixtures shall be accessible for re-lamping and
cleaning.
10.9.3
General lighting shall have individual or group switches to conserve power, unless agreed
with GNC, all light sources, including signalling, shall be of LED type.
10.9.4
All lighting in the wheelhouse control panel shall be fitted with a dimmer control at night.
Emergency lighting of 24V DC supply shall be provided for all compartments, emergency
embarkation stations and open decks as per RO Requirements.
10.9.5
Emergency exit routes shall be identified and illuminated as required by RO Requirements.
10.9.6
Suitable lighting shall be provided in crew space above the desks and working areas such as,
chart table.
10.9.7
Controls shall be provided within each compartment for the illumination therein. Each light
shall have a manually controlled switch located at the primary entrance to that compartment
and switches for this purpose shall be installed near the access and located so as not to be
obscured when the door is open. A separate switch shall be provided in each compartment
to control each group of lights. Switches shall break both sides of the circuit. Fixtures
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shall be installed so that illumination therefrom will not be obstructed by fixed pipes, ducts,
bins, berths, etc.
10.9.8
Fixtures shall be mounted so as not to vibrate in any operating condition and so that the
Vessel vibration will not harm the fixture.
Fixtures shall be selected and mounted to
maintain the maximum possible headroom.
10.9.9
All sockets, terminal blocks, and switch and receptacle interiors shall be made of
non-flammable phenolic material.
10.10 Navigation Light
10.10.1 All navigational and signal lights to be provided shall be in compliance with the International
Regulations for Preventing Collisions at Sea 1972 as amended by IMO Resolution A. 464
(XII) and A. 626 (XV). Type-approved certificate in respect of each model of the
navigational and signal lights issued by an RO shall be provided on or before the Delivery
Acceptance at the latest.
10.10.2 The lighting shall be controlled from a control and alarm signal panel in the wheelhouse.
Each navigation light circuit shall be provided with a switch, protection fuse, indicating lamp
and alarm. A dimmer for the panel indication lights, buzzer stop and lamp test buttons shall
be fitted.
10.10.3 Navigation light circuits shall be independent of any other circuit. There shall be two
essentially separate power supply systems to the distribution board: one from the main AC
power source and one from the emergency DC power source.
10.10.4 The following navigational and signal lights (with double-pole circuit breakers) and shapes
shall be provided:
(a)
Port-side light;
(b)
Starboard-side light;
(c)
Stern light;
(d)
Masthead light;
(e)
Anchor light;
(f)
Combined NUC and diving lights as follows: three all-round lights in a vertical line
where they can best be seen. The highest and lowest of these lights shall be red and the
middle light shall be white, all lights shall be independently operated for different use;
(g)
One all round flashing red light on top of mast without restriction, indicating the Vessel is
on duty;
(h)
Black ball (3 nos);
(i)
Black diamond;
(j)
Whistle;
(k)
Bell and;
(l)
Any other navigation lights as required.
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10.10.5 Three sets of spare bulbs (one per light) shall be provided for the navigational and signal
lights.
10.11 Searchlight
10.11.1 A collapsible mast, three search lights, one set of flood lights and two flashing beacons are to
be fitted on the wheelhouse deck.
10.11.2 Search lights are proprietary made 220V AC 600W (details of the capacity have to be
discussed in the Kick-Off Meeting).
10.11.3 The searchlight shall be installed on the top of the wheelhouse. The switch for the
searchlight shall be mounted adjacent to the searchlight control handle/joystick. The
searchlight shall be remotely controlled by handle/joystick located in the wheelhouse control
station for turning and tilting.
10.11.4 Tarpaulin covers shall be provided for the searchlights.
10.11.5 One 24V DC LED portable search lights (with luminosity equivalent to not less than 150 W
conventional type) with 30 meters waterproof cable reels and plugs shall be provided in the
wheelhouse.
10.12 Floodlight
10.12.1 One set of 6 x 2000W marine use weathertight floodlights mounted on a telescopic mast with
remote control and indication inside the wheelhouse for rotation (360 degree), titling
(down-seeing capability) and elevation shall be provided for illumination of the sea during
rescue operation. The telescopic mast shall be operated by hydraulic pump and its extended
height is about 7 metres from bridge deck. All maker's standard fittings and accessories shall
be provided.
10.13 Power Receptacles / Sockets
10.13.1 Receptacles/sockets installed in locations subject to rain, spray or splashing shall have a
minimum protection of IP 55, in accordance with IEC60529 when not in use, e.g. protected
by a cover with an effective weatherproof seal.
10.13.2 A system of 380/220V AC and 24V DC socket outlets shall be provided in the engine room,
fore and aft ends of the Vessel on the main deck and in the fore peak of the Vessel.
10.13.3 Socket outlets for 220V AC and 24V DC are needed in the wheelhouse.
10.13.4 Sockets shall be provided in the officer’s cabin for printer, personal computers, charger for
portable VHF, charger for digital camera, charger for mobile phone, desk lamp, spare etc.
10.13.5 The crew space requires 220V AC power sockets for the portable apparatus and the domestic
equipment, etc.
10.13.6 Each socket outlet shall be integrated with an 'On/Off' switch to facilitate local switching of
the electrical equipment. The 220V AC socket outlets shall be supplied with 13A
3-square-pin fused plugs. The 24V DC socket outlets shall be supplied with fused plugs.
10.13.7 Sockets for different voltage systems shall be clearly labelled and with different pin sizes so
that one system cannot plug into the other.
10.13.8 Power sockets on the weather deck, in the engine room and other damp locations shall be
watertight and be provided with watertight covers and switches. All power plugs provided
for the portable equipment intended to be used in these areas shall also be of weatherproof
marine type.
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Chapter 11
Electronic Navigational Equipment
11.1 Description of Electronic Navigational Equipment (ENE) System
11.1.1
The Contractor shall be responsible for the supply, delivery, testing, installation,
commissioning and a 12-month warranty from the date of the Acceptance Certificate and
provision of operational and maintenance service manual and training of the following ENE
items to be fitted on board the Vessel for FSD:
(a)
Loudhailer/Siren and Public Address System with USB Player
(b)
Magnetic Compass and Fluxgate Compass
(c)
Gyro Compass System
(d)
Marine Radar
(e)
3D High Resolution Sonar System
(f)
Electronic Chart Display and Information System (ECDIS) with DGPS, Echo Sounder
& Depth Indicator
(g)
International Maritime Mobile (IMM) VHF Radio with Global Maritime Distress Safety
System (GMDSS)
(h)
Automatic Identification System (AIS) Transponder (include the Receiver and
Transmitter Modules)
(i)
CCTV Systems
(j)
Wind Speed / Direction Indicator
(k)
Electronic Marine AM/FM Radio Broadcast Receiver
(l)
Marine Band Hand-held Waterproof Radio Transceiver
(m)
Thermal Night Vision System
(n)
Voyage Data Recorder
(o)
Third Generation Mobilising System and Digital Trunk Mobile Radio System
(p)
Wired Intercom System
(q)
Wireless Intercom System
(r)
Visual Augmentation System
11.1.2
The Contractor shall provide all labour, materials, transportation, installation calibration,
testing and commissioning, Warranty Services in Warranty Period and test equipment etc.
which are necessary to complete the work required in this chapter.
11.1.3
An integrated system is preferred, so that information and also the display monitors of
different systems, such as ECDIS, radar system, AIS receiver, can be shared in order to utilise
the limited space available in coxswain operation area and to provide users a better displaying
interface. The Contractor may refer to Annex 6 of Part VII – Technical Specifications for the
conceptual block diagram of electronic equipment for the Vessel as reference.
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11.1.4
All Equipment offered shall be designed for marine applications and shall allow effective
operation under most arduous condition i.e. poor weather, strong winds and heavy rains,
severe vibration, etc. Exposed components shall be weather-proof and adequate protection
against splash and water shall be provided for all electronic equipment fitted on board.
11.1.5
All components of the Equipment exposed to the weather shall be sea water resistance.
Internal components shall be fully enclosed (IP65) with heavy duty seals and sufficient heat
dissipation mechanism (e.g. ventilation, conduction, etc.) to protect the Equipment.
11.1.6
The Contractor shall pay attention to the compass safe distance of the Equipment and the
radiation hazard zone of the radar scanner in the Vessel design. All radar and radio equipment
shall be of a type approved by the Office of the Communications Authority of Hong Kong.
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11.1.7
All sitting, installation and cabling in respect of compass, VHF, radar, etc. shall comply with
the relevant rules and regulations of Hong Kong.
11.1.8
All ENE and electrical appliances shall have Hong Kong warranty and their on-site
maintenance shall be locally available.
11.1.9
When the generation / use of calendars are employed for logging of reports, activation of
equipment, or as any essential part of logic for the proper functioning of the system, then the
calendar generation shall function without any error or manual intervention for all leap years.
11.1.10 The circuit-breaker for the ENE shall equip with lockout device so that the breaker can be
locked during the equipment maintenance.
11.1.11 Lightning protection shall be provided and installed wherever applicable. The lightning
arresters for all outdoor antennas shall be installed at the antenna ends.
11.1.12 Equipment supplied shall complete with all standard and/or maker recommended accessories
as required for normal operation.
11.2 Loudhailer / Siren and Public Address System with USB player
11.2.1
The system shall function as a loudhailer/siren system for external broadcast specially
designed for maritime purposes. The system shall also consist of a public address system for
internal broadcast in the crew area.
11.2.2
Loudhailer/Siren
(a)
The system shall comprise a master control unit in the wheelhouse and two weather
proof horn type loudspeakers, in conformance to IPX5 or better, located at forward
and aftward of the Vessel respectively.
(b)
The system shall have the capacity to generate a “Yelp” siren and a horn signal
sound in manual mode. It shall also have a selection of at least six warning signal
sounds in automatic mode for general marine navigational uses, namely Underway,
Stopped, Sail, Tow, Anchored, and Aground.
(c)
There shall be a volume control on external broadcasting speaker so it shall be
adjustable to full power for messages to be heard 0.5 km away from the Vessel and
down to minimum for night operations.
(d)
The master control unit, which shall be completed with fist microphone and
microphone hanger, shall be recessed mounted in the wheelhouse with the
following facilities provided at the front panel:
(i)
Power ON/OFF
(ii)
Hail volume control
(iii) Function control
(e)
Speech shall be delivered through a fist microphone hanging on the console. The
fist microphone shall be splash-proof, and preferably water-proof.
(f)
The output power of the amplifier shall be no less than 30 watts and shall have the
following characteristics:
(i)
Hail sensitivity
Not greater than 30 mV for 30 watts output at 1 kHz
(ii)
Hail distortion
Not greater than 10% at 30 watts output at 1 kHz
(g)
The horn type loudspeaker shall be weatherproof reflex type, 8 ohms impedance
with power rating not less than 30 watts (actual rating shall match with the
amplifier).
(h)
A USB player shall be provided with the system in such a configuration that the
audio signal from the USB player can be broadcasted through the loudhailer
system.
(i)
An electric fog horn shall be installed.
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11.2.3
Public Address System
(a)
There shall be at least two speakers installed around the crew area for a one-way
internal broadcast to the crew from the microphone at the control panel. There shall
be volume control for these internal broadcast speakers for adjusting acoustic
levels to comfortable levels for the crew and at the same time avoid excessive
acoustic feedback to the microphone. These internal broadcast speakers shall be
waterproof to IPX5 or better and suitable for the location of installation.
(b)
The positions of the master control unit of the loudhailer/siren system, control
panel and both the position & quantity of speakers of the public address system
shall be finalised in the detailed design stage.
11.3 Magnetic Compass and Fluxgate Compass
11.3.1
The Contractor shall provide one magnetic compass and one fluxgate compass with digital
display.
11.3.2
The fluxgate compass shall consist of at least a sensor unit and a display unit, and be compact
and easy to operate. It shall have direct connection to the radar.
11.3.3
An electronic display unit shall be installed at a position for easy viewing of Vessel heading
by the coxswain.
11.3.4
The fluxgate compass shall be electronic such that GPS/DGPS will not cause deviation.
11.3.5
The fluxgate compass shall be provided to allow the operation of the radar in north stabilised
mode and supply heading direction information to colour plotter system.
11.3.6
Performance Requirements of fluxgate compass:
(a)
Reference
:
Either magnetic north or true north.
(b)
Accuracy
:
+1.00 typical or better.
(c)
Resolution
:
0.10 or better.
(d)
Deviation Compensation
:
Automatic.
(e)
Operating Temperatures
:
0℃ to 50℃
(f)
Waterproofing
:
IPX5 or better.
11.4 Gyro Compass System
11.4.1
The gyro compass system shall be typed approved in accordance with the IMO high speed
craft code.
11.4.2
The gyro compass system shall consist of a gyro compass, an operator unit and a distributor
unit.
11.4.3
The system shall allow integration of additional sensors such as magnetic compass, satellite
compass and external rate-of-turn gyro.
11.4.4
The system shall equip with automatic speed and latitude error correction.
11.4.5
The system shall be able to connect to other navigation equipment on board, including but not
limited to, radar, ECDIS and GPS etc, through NMEA ports
11.4.6
Performance Requirements of gyro compass system:
(a)
Reference
:
Either magnetic north or true north.
(b)
Accuracy
:
+0.10 typical or better
(c)
Resolution
:
0.10 or better
(d)
Deviation Compensation
:
Automatic.
(e)
Operating Temperatures
:
-10℃ to 55℃
(f)
(g)
Waterproofing
Output port
:
:
IPX5 or better
NMEA and RS232C
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11.5 Marine Radar
11.5.1
The Contractor shall supply two radars, one is X-band and one is S-band. Both radars shall
have an independent transceiver, a scanner and a colour display unit which satisfy the
following requirement.
11.5.2
General Requirements for X-Band and S-Band Radar
(a)
The equipment shall be a relative motion high performance radar suitable for
vessels and comprises a transceiver, an antenna and a colour display unit, suitable
for bright daylight and night viewing.
(b)
The radar shall have interface to accept navigation data such as latitude/longitude
position of the Vessel given by the GPS receiver.
(c)
The radar shall be able to track high speed small crafts easily.
(d)
The radar shall also be able to detect tiny targets such as small buoys or wooden
stakes.
(e)
The radar shall be using solid state technology or equivalent technology such that
the warm up time from power on to operation is less than 1 minute or better.
(f)
The Contractor shall ensure that the type and the number of provisions of the radar
are appropriate to the class of the Vessel.
(g)
The radar shall be equipped with a collision avoidance function that is an Automatic
Radar Plotting Aid – ARPA or other equivalent function capable of tracking at least
20 targets.
(h)
The collision avoidance function shall be able to display the “no go areas” directly
on radar screen. This function shall support the navigator finding a save way and
avoiding situations of possible collision. This function shall also analyse the
movement of the plotted objects and determine in which areas the danger causes by
a possible crash is exceptional high. These areas are displayed as a hatched field.
If the navigator avoids these so-called “no go areas”, it navigates most probably on
a safe route. This function shall show true zones (in relation to other true objects e.g.
chart underlay, buoys, true marks, traffic separation zones, navigation lines).
(i)
The transceiver shall be housed in the scanner unit and shall be designed for aloft
mounted construction and capable of satisfactory operation at high wind speeds.
The scanner assembly shall be housed in a weatherproof housing.
(j)
The radar scanner unit shall be installed well clear of obstruction to minimise undue
interference and Non-Ionizing Radiation (NIR hazards). Care shall also be taken
to ensure the scanner mounting does not give excessive shadow sectors for
navigation lights.
(k)
Complete interface kit shall be provided to interface the radar for the gyro compass,
fluxgate compass, GPS/DGPS, colour plotter and AIS. The radar shall have
interface to accept and display navigation data such as latitude and longitude
positions of the Vessel given by the GPS/DGPS receiver.
(l)
There shall be interface provided to the radar for AIS. The radar shall have interface
to accept and display AIS information such as vessel names, call signs, heading,
destination, maritime mobile service identity (MMSI), latitude, and longitude and
other navigation data given by the AIS.
(m)
The Contractor shall pay special attention to any possible radar blind zone, and
shall address this during the design stage and verify it after installation, and rectify
it if required. The Contactor shall pay special attention to the Equipment installed
before the radar scanner like flood lights and/or horn speakers. Care shall also be
taken to ensure the mounting does not obstruct the navigation lights.
(n)
The radar shall have standard NMEA 0183 interface ports, capable of accepting
navigational data from a wide selection of GPS/DGPS receivers and electronic
compasses, AIS and to output comprehensive data on all tracked targets in the form
of a track table to a wide selection of electronic chart plotters. However, connection
of the radar system to the other systems supplied under this Contract via other
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standard or proprietary interface types equivalent to NMEA 0183 is acceptable.
(o)
The power of the equipment shall be supplied from the DC 24V system of the
Vessel.
(p)
Guard zones and alarm functions shall be provided in the radar. The zone shall be
set and shown on the display screen. Audible alarm shall be activated if other
vessels enter the zones set.
(q)
The display unit shall be of table top mounting type providing clear and clutter free
picture in all weather conditions and suitable for bright daylight and night viewing.
It shall indicate clearly the important parameters such as radar targets, range marker,
bearing line, heading marker, range rings, guard zone and background.
(r)
The display unit shall be a high resolution Thin-Film Transistor (TFT) colour
display, combining brilliant display quality and compact design with a long life
time.
(s)
On the viewing side of the display unit, the following controls shall be provided:
(i)
Power ON/OFF
(ii)
Standby/Transmit
(iii) Automatic adjustment of gain, sea clutter and tune keeps targets clearly in
view
(iv) True motion display the Vessel’s movements relative to fixed targets
(v)
Bearing cursor rotation
(vi) Electronic bearing line (EBL)
(vii) Variable range marker (VRM)
(viii) Range scale selection
(ix) Display brilliance & illumination
(x)
Selection of background colour and target colour
(xi) Tuning
(xii) Heading marker ON/OFF
(t)
11.5.3
The marine radar system shall comply with latest International Maritime
Organization (IMO) regulations and requirements on IMO Res. A.823(19), MSC 64
(67) Annex 4, MSC.192(79) and A.820 (19)-High Speed Craft Code.
Performance Requirements
(a)
The marine radar shall perform at least or better than the following requirements in
this paragraph.
(b)
Display Unit
(i)
Display
: TFT colour LCD
(ii)
Screen Size
: 19 inch or larger
(iii)
Resolution
: 1280 x 1024 pixels or better
(iv)
Range
: 0.125 nm – 96 nm
(v)
EBLs (Electron Beam Lithography)
: 2
(vi)
VRMs (Voltage Regulator Module)
: 2
(vii)
Parallel Index Lines
: 2
(viii) Display Presentations
: RM (R), RM (T), TM
(ix)
Display Heading Modes
: H Up, N Up, C Up, R Up
(x)
Gyro Input
: NMEA, Fast NMEA
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(xi)
(c)
Log Input
: NMEA, pulse
X-band Transceiver
(i)
Peak Power (kW, typ.)
: 25
(ii)
Radar Max Range
: 72nm or better
(iii)
Receiver Noise (dB)
: 6.0 or better
(iv)
Pulse Width (μsec)
: Short:
(d)
0.08 or better
Med 1:
0.3 or better
Med 2:
0.6 or better
Long:
1.2 or better
S-band Transceiver
(i)
Peak Power (kW, typ.)
: 30
(ii)
Radar Max Range
: 96nm or better
(iii)
Receiver Noise (dB)
: 5.0 or better
(iv)
Pulse Width (μsec)
: Short:
(e)
0.06 or better
Med 1:
0.25 or better
Med 2:
0.5 or better
Long:
1.0 or better
Antenna for X-band Radar
(i)
Operating Frequency
: X–band
(ii)
RF Power
: 25 kW
(iii)
Scanner Size
: 6 feet
(iv)
Horizontal Beam Width
: 1.2 deg or less
(v)
Vertical Beam Width
: 25 deg or less
(vii)
Polarisation
: horizontal
(viii) Rotation Rate (RPM)
: 24 – 48 or better (It shall be adjustable
according to the selected range scale or
pulse length for optimum detection)
(ix)
(f)
Wind Load
: 100 kts
Antenna for S-band Radar
(i)
Operating Frequency
: S–band
(ii)
RF Power
: 30 kW
(iii)
Scanner Size
: 12 feet
(iv)
Horizontal Beam Width
: 1.9 deg or less
(v)
Vertical Beam Width
: 26 deg or less
(vi)
Gain (dB)
: 28 dB or better
(vii)
Polarisation
: horizontal
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(viii) Rotation Rate (rpm)
: 24 – 48 or better (It shall be adjustable
according to the selected range scale or
pulse length for optimum detection)
(ix)
(g)
(h)
Wind Load
: 100 kts
Heading Marker, Bearing Measurement and Display
(i)
The thickness of heading marker shall not be greater than 0.5 degree with an
accuracy of not greater than 1 degree.
(ii)
Arrangements shall be provided for bearing measurement with an accuracy
of better than 1.5 degree. Bearing discrimination shall be better than 2.0
degrees.
ARPA (Automatic Radar Plotting Aid) Requirement
(i)
Target Acquisition
: 70 targets or better
(ii)
Tracking
: Automatic
(iii) ARPA Range Scales
: From 0.75 to 12 nautical miles or
better
(iv) Readout of Selected Target
: Range, bearing, course, speed, CPA
(Closest Point of Approach), TCPA
(Time to Closest Point of Approach)
(v)
Target Vector
(vi) Intercept Mode
: Relative, true
: Automatically
calculate
intercept
course and Time to Go (TTG) to
tracked target
Adjustable warning limit – warming
for CPA to a desired adjustable limit
(i)
The crew operator shall be able to select the following modes of presentation at the
radar display:
(i)
radar image only;
(ii)
plotter image only; or
(iii) plotter image overlaid with radar image.
(j)
The following standard interfaces shall be provided:
(i)
USB interface for external units or updating by USB stick
(ii)
CAN Bus (Controller Area Network)
(iii) Video Graphics Array (VGA) video output to add remote display or connect
Voyage Data Recorder (VDR)
(iv) Alarm output via National Marine Electronics Association (NMEA)
(v)
Connection to gyro or Global Positioning System (GPS), via NMEA, or
Fast NMEA
(vi) SENC (System Electronic Navigation Chart) data input from Synapsis
ECDIS (Electronic Chart Display Information System)
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(k)
The following system integration function shall be provided:
(i)
AIS (Automatic Identification System) display of AIS targets, additional
information to provide a better overview of traffic situation
(ii)
ECDIS / GPS Display route coming from ECDIS / GPS
(iii) ARCP-Panel (Autopilot Remote Control Panel) Autopilot operation directly
from radar workplace
(iv) SENC-Data (System Electronic Navigation Chart-Data) Input of selected
chart symbols from ECDIS
11.6 3D High Resolution Sonar System
11.6.1
11.6.2
General Requirements
(a)
The 3D high resolution sonar system shall be able to generate 3D image ahead of
the Vessel at navigation significant field of view up to 90°. It shall be able to
display the range, bearing and depth of the obstacles ahead and to the side of the
Vessel.
(b)
The system shall allow overlaying its data on top of a nautical chart. Chart overlay
shall include displaying the seafloor and in-water obstacles.
(c)
The system shall be able to generate the 3D image of the volume of interest ahead
of the Vessel with a single ping.
(d)
The transducer module of the system shall be protected by rugged stainless steel.
(e)
Interfaces shall be provided to integrate with other navigational equipment on
board.
(f)
The system shall be able to indicate the position of the Vessel and the target located
by Lat/Lon.
Performance Requirement
The 3D high resolution sonar system shall perform at least or better than the following
requirements in this paragraph.
(i)
Field of View
: 90° or better
(ii)
Operational Speed
: up to 25 knots or better
(iii) Bottom Mapping Ration
: 8x water depth or better
(iv) Maximum Depth Detection
: 50 m or better
(v)
: 61kHz
Operating Frequency
(vi) Angular Accuracy
: 1.6° or better
11.7 Electronic Chart Display and Information System (ECDIS) with Differential
Global Positioning System and Echo Sounder
11.7.1
General Requirements
(a)
One set of ECDIS must provide the following functions:
(i)
Navigational calculation
(ii)
Chart updating
(iii) Piloting
(iv) Voyage monitoring
(b)
The ECDIS shall be installed with DGPS receiver and echo sounder. It shall
consist of a multi-touch screen monitor, a remote GPS antenna and differential
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beacon receiver, an echo sounder and a processor unit with controller.
(c)
The ECDIS shall be able to show the radar, AIS, depth of water by echo sounder
and ENC information. Different display options shall be allowed, including but not
limited to the following combinations:
(i)
Electronic Chart only
(ii)
Electronic Chart + Radar A
(iii) Electronic Chart + Radar B
(iv) Electronic Chart + AIS
(d)
The information received by the Global DGPS receiver shall be input to the marine
radar and display on the marine radar and the multi-touch screen monitor of ECDIS.
The output of the receiver shall give the vessel position in a format compatible to
marine radar in the "American Standard for Interfacing Marine Electronic
Navigational Devices" NMEA 0183 format. However, connection of the radar
system to the other systems supplied under this Contract via other standard or
proprietary interface types equivalent to NMEA 0183 is acceptable.
(e)
One multi-touch screen monitor of size not less than 600mm (24 inches) diagonal
high resolution colour LCD for the Vessel. The multi-touch screen monitor must
fulfill the following features:
(i)
Mulit-touch screen
(ii)
1000 nits Brightness
(iii) 610mm active viewing area or better
(iv) HDMI, DVI and Composite inputs
(v)
On-class menu keys
(vi) Can be operated as radar, chart plotter, depth sounder, alarms etc.
(f)
The ECDIS shall be provided with "speed logs and electronic compass interface" or
"gyro and its interface" to support the "dead reckoning" mode operation, if GPS
satellite signal is absent for a period greater than 10 minutes.
(g)
The ECDIS shall be equipped with navigational sea charts in details covering the
entire Hong Kong Waters.
(h)
The information received by the AIS shall be able to display on the multi-touch
screen monitor of ECDIS.
(i)
Complete interface kit shall be provided to interface with the colour chart plotter for
the navigation equipment on board, including but not limited to, the radar, echo
sounder, AIS, GPS/DGPS and 3D sonar. The colour chart plotter shall accept and
display information given by the radar, echo sounder, AIS, GPS/DGPS receiver and
3D sonar.
(j)
The processor unit of the ECDIS shall accept and display information given by the
ENE equipment: Radars, VHF, AIS transponder, DGPS and three control consoles.
The processor unit shall have high-performance quard-core processor for rapid,
responsive operation of the multiple touch screen monitor.
(k)
The ECDIS should provide appropriate alarms or indications with respect to the
information displayed or malfunction of the equipment.
[D]
(l)
The ECDIS shall be capable of reading and loading IHO S-57 (Version 3.1) ENC
data file and update the same where necessary. Also it is able to handle the different
chart format e.g. S-57 digital charts, SevenCs directENC charts, SevenCs
Bathmetic ENCs, ARCS charts, VMAP/DNC charts, AML charts, BSB charts,
WMS charts and Geo TIFF.
(m)
The chart information to be used in ECDIS should be the latest edition, can be
corrected by official updates (S-57 digital charts, SevenCs directENC charts,
SevenCs Bathmetic ENCs) by the Marine Department Hong Kong Hydrographic
Offices of MD with records of update shown on the ECDIS.
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11.7.2
(n)
The ECDIS should enable the mariner to execute in a convenient and timely
manner all route planning, route monitoring and positioning currently performed on
paper charts. It should be capable of continuously plotting the ship‘s position. [D]
(o)
The ECDIS should be capable of displaying both English and Chinese characters of
the ENC.
[D]
(p)
The EDCIS should store 12 hours history voyage record and can be reproduced on
the EDCIS.
[D]
(q)
The Contractor shall provide software updates to ensure the ECDIS is at its latest
version.
[D]
Performance requirements
(a)
(b)
(c)
(d)
(e)
Navigational Features
Total Waypoint
:
2000 or more
Routes
:
50 route plans or more
Alarms
:
including but not limited to, proximity alert,
cross-track error, and arrival /anchor watch
Power Source
:
12 - 24V DC (external)
Display (Screen
Type)
:
24 inch or greater diagonal high resolution coluor
display, resolution 1280 x 1024 pixels or better
Operating
Temperature
:
-10 oC to +50 oC
Storage Temperature
:
-20 oC to +60 oC
GPS Receiver Type
:
Equipped with 8 channel parallel receiver or better
Frequency
(GPS)
:
1575.42±1MHz (C/A code), L1
Sensitivity (GPS)
:
-130 dBm or better
Dynamic
(GPS)
:
25 dB or better
Warm start fix time
:
less than 30 seconds
Cold start fix time
:
less than 3 minutes
Position Accuracy
:
no greater than 15m
Tracking Velocity
:
999 kt
Electrical and Physical
Environmental
GPS Receiver
Range
Range
Differential Beacon Receiver
Frequency range
Frequency Step
Position Accuracy
(f)
:
:
:
283.5-325 kHz
500 Hz
no greater than 5m
:
N or S plus 7 digits
Data Display
Lat/Lon
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(g)
:
E or W plus 8 digits
Antenna Height
:
4 digits, 1m resolution
Speed and Course
:
0.1 Kt or 0.1 Km/h resolution
:
3 digit 1-degree resolution
Cross Track Error
:
Graphic or direction indication
Bearing
:
3 digits, 1-degree resolution
Range
:
4 digits, 0.01-nm resolution
CDI
:
Active perspective view, selectable scale (0.1, 0.3 or
0.5 nm)
Time
:
Selectable as GMT or local mode
Mapping
:
Resident world map in memory (reversible video)
Language for system
:
(i)
(ii)
English operation and display
Bilingual (English and Chinese) is preferred [D]
Echo Sounder & Depth Indicator
(i)
The proprietary make equipment shall consist of a transducer and a digital
depth indictor which is recessed mounted at the steering console and
capable of providing readout of sea depth in feet, fathoms and meters.
(ii)
The measuring depth shall be from 3 feet to 999 feet or equivalent fathom
or metre with at least three selectable ranges to indicate shallow, mid and
deep ranges. The unit of measurement shall be selected at the front panel of
the equipment.
(iii) Shallow and deep water audible alarms shall be provided. Setting of the
alarm depth shall be at the front panel of the equipment.
(iv) The electronic accuracy of depth reading shall be better than + 5% of full
scale range.
(v)
The peak to peak transmitting pulse power of the transducer shall not be
less than 200 watts and the nominal operating frequency shall be 200 kHz.
(vi) There should be an isolating switch to switch off the recorder in case of
shortage of recording paper but the equipment for sensing and indicating
the depth shall still be operating and functioning as in normal working
condition.
(h)
Electronic Charts Requirement – Livechart or equivalent
(i)
Fully legal, vectorised and layered digital charts compiled according to
International Hydrographic Organization (IHO) standards, such as S52, S57
and DX90, shall be required.
(ii)
The charts shall accurately reproduce all the colours and details of the
standard on paper charts referenced by the Hydrographic Office of MD and
shall be identified by their original numbers.
(iii) The charts showing Hong Kong and nearby water shall be required.
(iv) Full chart update service shall be provided by the Contractor.Details of such
service shall be submitted to the Government for approval.
11.8 International Maritime Mobile (IMM) VHF Radio with GMDSS
11.8.1
The Contractor shall supply two sets of International Maritime Mobile (IMM) VHF radio
with GMDSS.
11.8.2
General Requirements
(a)
The IMM VHF radio shall be a type approved by the Office of the Communications
Authority of Hong Kong (OFCA).
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(b)
The radio shall be fully compatible with Global Maritime Distress Safety System
(GMDSS) with a class A Digital Selective Calling (DSC) transceiver fully
compatible with the International Maritime Organization (IMO) GMDSS carriage
requirements.
(c)
The radio shall be equipped with all the international maritime VHF channels
completed with fist microphone with press-to-talk switch or telephone handset,
mic/handset hanger, mounting bracket and loud speaker.
(d)
The radio shall have an independent dual watch mode selection switch that
incorporate with Channel 16 and shall be able to dual watch on any other selective
channel.
(e)
The following facilities shall be provided at the front panel of the radio:
(i)
Power ON/OFF
(ii)
Transmit indicator, volume and squelch controls
(iii) Socket for plug for microphone and external speaker
(iv) Quick selection of Channel 16
(v)
Channel selection and indicator
(vi) Independent dual watch mode selection switch
(vii) Transmission power selector for HIGH and LOW Power (25 W/ 1 W)
11.8.3
(f)
The operating temperature of the radio shall be -5℃ to +55℃ or better. The water
ingress protection for the radio shall be IPX7 or better.
(g)
The radio shall be equipped with a lithium battery of lifetime at least five years.
(h)
The radio shall be completed with antenna and integrated microphone, loudspeaker,
control knobs/keys, display screen, re-chargeable battery etc., necessary for a
stand-alone portable radio. The radio shall be equipped with a 220 V AC battery
charger (for battery charging on shore) and one extra set of spare re-chargeable
battery.
(i)
The Contractor shall also supply a DC battery charger (one for each Vessel extra to
the 220 V AC battery charger) which can be readily and directly connected to a DC
power outlet at each Vessel such that the portable radio can be charged on the
Vessel if necessary. Normally the DC battery charger shall be not in use and shall be
stowed on the Vessel with stowing space and facilities provided by the Contractor.
(j)
The radio shall be supplied with a belt clip and a shoulder carrying case.
(k)
The Contractor shall provide proper stowing space and facilities for keeping of the
portable radio and the spare battery such that the crew can take the portable radio
out for use when necessary.
Performance Requirements
(a)
(b)
Transmitter Characteristics
Spurious and Harmonics
:
-70 dB or better emissions
RF Output Power
:
25 W / 1 W (High / Low)
:
Less than 1 uV for 20 dB SINAD or equivalent
Receiver Characteristics
Sensitivity
(c)
Adjacent Channel Selectivity :
60 dB or better
Spurious Image Rejection
:
65 dB or better
Intermodulation
:
65 dB or better
Audio Output
:
Not less than 1 Watt at rated audio power output
with less than 10% distortion
Aerial and Feeder
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(i)
The aerial provided shall be marine type aerial with at least 3 dBi gain,
vertically polarised, omni-directional and suitable for mounting on the
Vessel.
(ii)
The V.S.W.R. of the aerial installed shall be less than 1.5 : 1.
(iii) The aerial feeder shall be RG58U type or equivalent.
(iv) Coaxial cable lightning suppresser with appropriate earthing connection
shall be provided for protecting the radio equipment. All outdoor connector
joint shall be properly covered by waterproof tape or material.
11.9 Automatic Identification System (AIS)
11.9.1
General Requirements
(a)
The equipment shall receive navigation information from local AIS-equipped
vessels.
(b)
The equipment shall be a Class A universal AIS complying with IMO MSC. 74(69)
Annex3, IEC 61993-2, ITU-R M.1371-3, ITU-R M.493-13, ITU-R M.825(DSC),
IEC 60945, IEC 61162-1/2.
(c)
The AIS transponder (receiver module) shall be able to receive AIS information
from AIS-equipped vessel nearby such as dynamic data (vessel position,
coordinated universal time (UTC), course over ground (COG), speed over ground
(SOG), rate of turn (ROT), heading), static data (maritime mobile service identity
(MMSI), vessel names, type of ship, call signs, length and beam, heading,
destination, latitude, and longitude, location of position-fixing antenna on the ship),
short safety-related messages and other navigation data, from vessels nearby.
(d)
The AIS supplied shall be completely compatible with all systems using NMEA
standard and be able to interface with radar, ECDIS, gyro compass, and external
GPS, etc.
(e)
Edition of user message on navigation & ship securities shall be available.
(f)
The AIS shall be easy to identify other ship’s status by providing electronic chart
data.
(g)
The AIS shall have self-restoring function to enhance stability.
(h)
The AIS shall adopt user-friendly one touch keypad (or equivalent).
(i)
The AIS shall be weather-proof suitable for outdoor use for ship or vessel (or
equivalent).
(j)
Each set of AIS shall include:
(i)
Not less than 14” AIS LCD colour graphic display unit
(ii)
AIS transponder unit
(iii) VHF antenna
(iv) GPS antenna
(v)
11.9.2
Installation / operation handbook
Performance Requirements
(a)
The AIS shall comply with the following specifications:
(i)
General
Power Consumption
: 50W peak / 10W average (Main Unit)
Power supply
: 12V DC + 10%
Default Frequencies
: AIS1 (CH 87B) : 161.975 MHz
AIS2 (CH 88B) : 162.025 MHz
DSC (CH70) : 156.525 MHz
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Frequency range
: 156.025 ~ 162.025 MHz
Transponder size/weight (+ 2%) : 221 x 165 x 95 mm, 1.5 kg
MKD Display
: 5.6”(or larger) Colour TFT LCD
MKD size/weight (+ 2%)
: 255 x 162 x 75 mm, 0.9 kg
GPS size/weight (+ 2%)
: 90 x
(ii)
∅ 65 mm (+140 mm mounting bar), 0.2 kg
AIS Transmitter
Power output
: 12.5W or 1.0W (41 dBm ±1.5 dB or 30 dBm ±1.5
dB)
Antenna impedance
: 50 ohms (SO-239)
Channel spacing
: 25 kHz
(iii)
AIS Receiver
Sensitivity
: (PER) < 20% at -107 dBm
Modulation
: GMSK
Data rate
: 9600 bits/s
Frequency stability
: < ±1 ppm
Co-Channel
: 10 dB
Adjacent Channel
: 70 dB
IMD
: 65 dB
Blocking
: 84 dB
(iv)
DSC Receivers
Sensitivity
: BER <10-4 at 107 dBm
Modulation
: FSK (1300 Hz / 2100 Hz)
(v)
Serial inputs/outputs
SENS1/2/3/4
: IEC61162-1/2 (input only)
LONG/AUX/PILOT/RTCM
: IEC61162-1/2 (input & output)
Display
: RS422 non-isolated
(vi)
GPS Antenna & Receiver
Antenna
: PATCH ANTENNA / TNC (RG-58U)
Receiver Type
: 16 channel, L1 frequency, C/A code
Acuracy
: Acquisition -140 dBm / Tracking -150 dBm
(vii)
(b)
Environment
Operation temperature
: -15℃ to +55℃
Storage temperature
: -25℃ to +75℃
Vibration
: IEC 60945
Aerial and Feeder
(i)
The aerial provided shall be marine type aerial with at least 3 dBi gain,
vertically polarised, omni-directional and suitable for mounting on the
launch.
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(ii)
The V.S.W.R. of the aerial installed shall be less than 1.5 : 1.
(iii) The aerial feeder shall be RG58U type or equivalent.
(iv) Coaxial cable lightning suppresser with appropriate earthing connection
shall be provided for protecting the radio equipment. All outdoor
connector joint shall be properly covered by waterproof tape or material.
11.10 CCTV System
11.10.1 General
(a)
The Contractor shall provide two sets of CCTV system, one set for the
decontamination area and sick room and one set for general overview of the Vessel.
(b)
The Contractor shall finalise the locations of the cameras with FSD during the
design stage.
(c)
Unless otherwise stated, all cameras shall be high-resolution, water-proof,
vandal-resistant type, ICR day and night dome pan tilt zoom camera. They shall be
marine type and shall be suitable for operation in rough sea environment.
(d)
All cameras shall have image stabilisation function to accommodate the rough sea
conditions.
(e)
All cameras shall be able to cover diagonal view by wide angle lens or standard
lens according to the actual condition.
(f)
All camera signals should route through a DVR for recording.
(g)
The DVR shall have sufficient disk space for archive of 30 days video image for all
cameras at 1 mega-pixel resolution; real-time HD image at 25 frames per second for
viewing shall be provided.
(h)
LCD monitor, screen with not less than 21 inches diagonal measurement, shall be
provided for display of video image.
(i)
After installation of the system, the Contractor shall provide free on site operational
training on the Vessel to ensure proper operation of the system until MD’s
satisfaction.
(j)
An Uninterruptible Power System (UPS) shall be designed, supplied and installed
to sustain the operation of all the equipment of CCTV system for a minimum of 60
minutes.
[D]
11.10.2 CCTV for decontamination area and sick room
The CCTV system shall consist of cameras at least in the following areas:
(a)
At least four cameras in the decontamination area and sick room.
(b)
The Contractor shall ensure that at least 95% of each area listed above shall be
properly covered. The Contractor shall propose the number of camera required if
the above is deemed not sufficient.
(c)
The control and monitoring of the CCTV for decontamination area and sick room
shall be located at the command & control centre in the Vessel. The Contractor shall
finalise the locations with FSD during the design stage.
(d)
At least four monitors shall be provided for the CCTV for decontamination area and
sick room.
11.10.3 CCTV for general purpose
(a)
The CCTV system shall consist of cameras at least in the following areas:
(i)
at least two cameras on port side
(ii)
at least two cameras on starboard side
(iii) at least one camera for aft-side of the vessel
(iv) at least one camera for helicopter winching
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(v)
at least one camera for daughter boat launching
(vi) at least one camera for forward side of the vessel
(vii) at least two camera in each engine room
The Contractor shall ensure that at least 95% of each area listed above shall be
properly covered. The Contractor shall propose the number of camera required if
the above is deemed not sufficient.
(b)
The camera above the wheelhouse functions as a “voyage video recorder”, which
shall be a fixed camera with a wide field of view of at least 120o and with IR LEDs
which allow operation at poorly illuminated conditions. The camera shall be so
installed that it covers the area in front of the Vessel.
(c)
The control and monitoring of the CCTV for general purpose shall be located in the
wheelhouse. The Contractor shall finalise the locations with FSD during the design
stage.
11.11 Wind Speed and Direction Indicator
11.11.1 A marine type wind speed and direction indicator of proprietary make shall be provided and
the wind speed data shall be shown in the ECDIS.
11.11.2 The indicator shall interface to the ECDIS.
11.11.3 The indicator shall provide on board with data display being installed inside the wheelhouse.
11.11.4 The indicator shall be mast mounted at unobstructed position.
11.12 Electronic Marine AM/FM Radio Broadcast Receiver
11.12.1 General Requirement
(a)
The equipment shall consist of a marine type AM/FM radio broadcast receiver of
proprietary make, a DVD player and two speakers located at the wheelhouse.
(b)
The equipment shall be weather proof and IPX5 water resistant.
(c)
Language of the user interface shall be in English.
(d)
The interface of the equipment shall be user friendly and there shall be
buttons/control for audio playback and AM/FM radio tuning.
(e)
The positions of the AM/FM radio equipment shall be finalised in the detailed
design stage.
11.13 Marine Band Hand-held Waterproof Radio Transceiver
11.13.1 General Requirement
(a)
The Contractor shall provide 4 sets of GMDSS VHF waterproof Marine band
handheld transceivers.
(b)
Each portable maritime VHF transceiver shall be of proprietary make and
completed with two sets of rechargeable batteries, batteries charger, helical antenna
with V.S.W.R. not exceeding 1.5:1 and carrying case (with shoulder strap or belt
clip).
(c)
The operation period of each fully charged battery shall not be less than 8 hours per
charge (10% transmit, 10% receive, 80% stand-by). The charger shall be designed
for 220V AC input power supply and equipped with a BS 1363 type 13A power
plug.
(d)
The portable transceiver shall be at least able to transmit and receive on all the 55
International Maritime VHF channels, together with the private maritime VHF
single frequency channels 96 (157.925 MHz) and/or 99 (157.975 MHz).
(e)
The transceiver shall be of robust, splash-proof, light weight design and made with
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shock proof material suitable for hand held radio communication both on the Vessel
and ashore.
(f)
The transceiver shall be fully solid state and of software programmable carrier
frequency type. Add-on crystal for carrier frequency will not be acceptable.
(g)
The unit shall be a type approved model accepted by OFCA for maritime frequency
band application.
11.13.2 Performance requirement
(a)
The transceiver shall at least incorporate with the following controls / switches /
facilities:
(i)
power on / off button
(ii)
volume control
(iii) high / low transmitting power switch
(iv) press to talk switch
(v)
built-in microphone and loudspeaker
(vi) channel selector and operating channel display
(vii) sockets for external microphone, press to talk switch and loudspeaker
(b)
The transceiver shall at least comply with the following technical specifications :
General
Operating Centre Frequency Range
:
International Maritime VHF Band
No. of Operating Channel
:
99 ( Programmable )
Operating Mode
:
Simplex or Two Frequency Simplex
Channel Spacing
:
25 kHz
Frequency Stability
:
+/- 8 ppm between 0 and 50oC
Housing IP Category
:
IP 57
RF Transmitting Power
:
2 Watts at High Power Mode
0.25 Watts at Low Power Mode
Adjacent Channel Power
:
Below -65 dBC
Spurious and Harmonic Emission
:
Below 25 W
FM Hum & Noise
:
40 dB or better
Receiver Sensitivity
:
0.3 dB V or better for 12 dB SINAD
Receiver adjacent channel selectivity
:
70 dB or better
Intermodulation Response Rejection
:
70 dB or better
Blocking/Desensitisation Level
:
90 dB
Spurious Response
:
70 dB or better
Spurious Emission
:
Below 20 nW
Total Harmonic Distortion
:
Less than 10 %
Signal/Noise Ratio
:
40 dB or better
Transmitter
Receiver
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11.14 Thermal Night Vision System
11.14.1 General Requirement
(a)
Each set of thermal imaging camera system shall include :
(i)
thermal night vision camera;
(ii)
touch screen multi-function display (MFD);
(iii) joystick control unit for touch screen MFD display;
(iv) external GPS antenna for touch screen MFD display; and
(v)
Hong Kong water charts for touch screen MFD display.
(b)
It shall be long-range thermal night vision with a colour zoom camera and
gyro-stabilization.
(c)
The active gyro-stabilization shall provide steady imagery, even in rough seas.
(d)
The thermal night vision camera shall come with a colour television camera with
10X optical zoom which shall provide continuous zoom and shall match the
thermal night vision camera’s e-zoom for easy operation when switching between
cameras.
(e)
Colour on-screen symbols shall be provided for detailed 3D colour on-screen
symbols giving users instant access to system status, position and configuration.
11.14.2 Technical Requirement
(a)
Thermal Night Vision Camera:
Thermal Imaging
Sensor Type
: 640 X 480 Vanadium Oxide (VOx) Microbolometer
Field of View (FOV)
: 18 o X 14 o (NTSC)
Focal Length
: 35mm
e-zoom
: 2x
Frame Refresh Rate
: < 9Hz or better
&
4x
Colour Daylight Imaging Camera
Detector Type
: Colour CCD
Field of View (FOV)
: 58 o (h) X 43 o (v) with 10x optical zoom slaved to
thermal night vision camera or better
Lines of Resolution
: 530 or better
Minimum Illumination
: 1.4 Lux or better
System
Stabilisation
:
2-Axis Gyro-Stabilization
Pan/Tilt Coverage
:
360 o Continuous Pan +/- 90o Tilt
Video Output
:
NTSC or PAL
Accessories
:
BNC with BNC-to-RCA adapter included for
video out
Power Requirements
:
compatible with the Vessels’power supply
Colour Mode
:
5 different Colour Mode : Greyscale, Red (night
mode), GlowBow, Rainbow & Fusion (Note : each
also has a polarity inversion ; greyscale <=>
WhiteHot and BlackHot)
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Camera Modes
:
Pause, Reverse (Rearview)
Environmental
Operating Temperature Range
: -25 oC to +55 oC (per IEC 60945)
Automatic Window Defrost
: Standard
Sand/Dust
: Mil-Std-810E
Water Ingress
: IPX6 or better
Shock
: 15g vertical, 9g horizontal or better
Vibration
: IEC 60945; MIL-STD-810E
Lightning Protection
: IEC 60945
Salt Mist
: IEC 60945
Wind
: 100 knots (115.2 mph)
EMI
: IEC 60945
Range Performance
Detect Man (1.8m x 0.5m)
: up to 4,000 ft. (1.2km)
Detect Small Vessel (4m x 1.5m) : up to 2.4 miles (3.9km)
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(b)
Touch screen MFD shall:
(i)
control directly the thermal night vision camera
(ii)
be touch screen and non-touch screen with keypad buttons control
selectable
(iii) have built in WiFi to take full control and monitoring of the thermal night
vision camera / touch screen MFD from smartphone or tablet via
free-of-charge mobile apps
(iv) have built in GPS / chartplotter features
(v)
be easy to customise the touch screen MFD with full or split screen,
windows of charting, GPS, thermal night vision camera and colour daylight
imaging camera
(vi) Display : 17 inches TFT backlit, at least 1280 X 800 pixels, LCD
multi-function color display unit
(1) Viewing Angles
: 80o left/right and 80o 60o top/bottom
(2) Networking Capability : Yes
(3) Waterproofing
: IPX6
(4) Mounting Methods
: Surface mount. Trunnion mount with bracket
(5) Cartography
: Hong Kong Water Chart Datum
(6) Wireless Connectivity : WiFi 802.11b/g;
(7) Bluetooth
: AVRCP 2.1+EDR power class 1.5
(8) GPS
: Built-in 50 channels; WAAS, EGNOS and
MSAS. Automatic signal acquisition and
almanac
update;
Operating
frequency:
1575.42MHz; Geodetic Datum: WGS-84,
Active Jamming Reduction; Ceramic Chip
antenna; Accuracy: without SBAS < 15m
95% of the time. With WAAS/EGNOS <5m
95% of the time.
(c)
Joystick Control Unit for Touch Screen MFD Display:
(i)
Dedicated thermal camera controller, featuring 3 axis puck control,
function keys and an LCD
(ii)
Compatible with the thermal night vision camera and touch screen MFD
(iii) To provide the controls to operate and configure the camera
(d)
(e)
External GPS Antenna for Touch Screen MFD Display:
(i)
To provide information to the thermal imaging camera system
(ii)
Compatible with the thermal imaging camera system
Hong Kong Water Charts for Touch Screen MFD:
(i)
To provide digital chart data of Hong Kong Water information to the
thermal imaging camera system
(ii)
Compatible with the thermal imaging camera system
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11.14.3 Functional Requirementv
(a)
In surveillance mode the thermal night vision camera (the Camera) shall pan left
and right continuously. The Camera shall continue to pan until surveillance mode
is disabled, or the JCU (Joystick Control Unit) is used to move the Camera.
When this occurs the Camera does not automatically resume surveillance mode and
the mode must be enabled again if required.
(b)
The Camera shall include a mechanical stabilisation feature. The mechanical
stabilisation feature shall improve image stability by compensating for vessel
motion and keeping the Camera aimed at the point of interest. Mechanical
stabilisation shall have two aspects: horizontal (azimuth) and vertical (elevation).
(c)
Point mode function shall be provided to turn off the horizontal (pan) stabilisation
while retaining the vertical (tilt) stabilisation. This can be helpful when users use
the Camera as an aide to navigation and keep the camera pointing in the same
position relative to the Vessel as it turns.
(d)
A user shall be able to reverse the polarity of the video image to change the
appearance of objects on-screen. The reverse video option (video polarity) shall
switch the thermal image from white-hot (or red-hot if the colour mode setting is
active) to black-hot.
(e)
The Camera shall have a home position which is a preset position. The home
position usually defines a useful reference point. A user shall be able to return the
Camera to the home position at any time.
(f)
The Camera shall have a rear view mode function to flip the video image
horizontally, providing a “mirror image”. This is useful when the Camera is
rear-facing and a user is viewing the image on a forward–facing monitor.
(g)
When user touches the touch screen MFD (cue) and the Camera shall automatically
move to the cursor position (slew) so that it shall allow the user to keep chart
objects like buoys or obstructions in constant view.
(h)
The Camera shall have a target tracking function so that the Camera shall
automatically keep “cued” targets in view at all times.
(i)
The Camera and the touch screen MFD Display shall auto slew to dangerous
MARPA and AIS targets, keeping dangerous targets in the Camera’s sight during
limited visibility situations.
11.15 Voyage Data Recorder (VDR)
11.15.1 General Requirement
(a)
The voyage data recorder shall collect data from all interfaced sensors on the
Vessel, storing it in an external Data Recording Unit (DRU).
(b)
The DRU shall be tamperproof and be able to withstand the extreme impact,
pressure, shock and heat, which may happen during incident.
(c)
The voyage data recorder shall comply with the IMO performance standards for
VDR.
11.15.2 Performance Requirement
(a)
The VDR shall satisfy the following minimum performance requirement:
(i)
Data Collecting Unit (DCU)
Recording period
: 720 hours or better
Interface
: Ethernet, serial input, digital and analog input
(ii)
Data Recording Unit
Recording period (for fixed : 48 hours or better
and float-free DRU)
Protection
: IP56 or better
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(iii) Remote Alarm Panel
: 4.3 inches colour LCD or better
Display
11.16 Third Generation Mobilising System (TGMS) and Digital Trunk Radio System
(DTRS)
11.16.1 The Contractor shall provide cable trunking, conduit and wiring and to install the equipment
listed in the corresponding locations to the satisfaction of MD officer & EMSD officers.
11.16.2 Unless otherwise specified, the equipment set out in this Paragraph 11.16 shall be supplied by
FSD. The Contractor shall liaise with FSD for the equipment during construction stage.
11.16.3 Technical Requirement of TGMS and DTRS
(a)
Equipment in WheelHouse
Category Item Equipment
TGMS
1
TGMS Mobile
Working Working Standby
Size (mm)
Weight
Voltage Current Current
Depth x width x
(kg)
Quantity Remark
(V)
(Amp)
(Amp)
height
12
3
0.7
52 x 236 x 285
2.2
1
12
2.0
0.1
174.8 x 325.7 x
3
1
12.5
1
Data Terminal
(MDT)
2
TGMS Wireless
(when
Keyboard
27.5
charging)
(WKB) with
charging bed
3
TGMS OBE
12
5
1
450 x 360 x 300
Box containing
AVLS OBU,
TMR and
DC-DC
converter
4
Dedicated
1
RS232 GPS
Data output
Port (Data
format shall be
NMEA 0183).
Serial port baud
rate :9600
bit/Sec, 8 bit
data, No Parity
and 1 stop bit.
Total weight (Approx.):
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Working Working Standby
Category Item Equipment
Weight
Size (mm)
Voltage Current Current
(Amp)
(V)
(kg)
Quantity
1.07
1
Remark
Depth x width x
(Amp)
height
DTRS
1
Radio
169 x 170 x 45
0.5
2.2
12
directly fed
Terminal
Radio
from the
Enhanced
31 x 188 x 60
N/A
N/A
N/A
1
0.23
Control Head
DTRS
Power shall be
2
Portable
attached radio
terminal unit.
N/A
N/A
N/A
341 x 244 x 430
15
1
12
3
1
250 x 190 x 65
1.6
1
Repeater
(PR)
Marine
3
Radio
Marine
Radio
Total weight (Approx.):
Working Working Standby
Category Item Equipmen Voltage Current Current
t
(V)
(Amp) (Amp)
17.9kg
Weight
Size (mm)
(kg)
Quantity
1.3
1
Remark
Depth x width x
height
DTRS
1
TETRA
12
2.2
0.5
250 x 188 x 60
Mobile
Radio
1.3kg
Total weight (Approx.):
(b)
Equipment on roof or pole of vessel
Weight
Equipment
Antenna
Category
Size (mm)
(kg)
Quantity
Remark
TGMS
Approx. 30 dia., 760
0.8
2 set
Different antennas shall be separated
WDN
height
0.8
DTRS
Approx. 30 dia., 660
0.5
DTRS
height
with each other at least 300 mm. The
weight of the antennae are estimated for
Total weight (Approx.):
1 set
reference only.
2.1 kg
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11.16.4 Physical Installation
(a)
Mobile Data Terminal (MDT)
(i)
An intelligent remote data terminal enabling FSD staff to send and receive
data, provide dispatch information, process and display location on map,
etc.
(ii)
The MDT shall be installed in the cabinet of the Vessel for the crew to
operate safely and conveniently.
(iii) The MDT shall be attached onto a pre-fabricated metal mounting bracket as
shown in the diagram below. The Contractor shall provide a mounting
platform or area for the metal bracket to fix on.
MDT with Wireless Keyboard
(b)
Wireless Keyboard (WKB) with Charging Bed
While not in use, the keyboard shall rest on the Keyboard Charging Bed (KCB) for
recharging the battery inside the keyboard. The WKB with KCB shall be mounted
near the MDT.
Wireless Keyboard
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(c)
TGMS On Board Equipment Metallic Box
A metallic box shall be installed in the cabinet of the Vessel. TGMS equipment
TMR, AVLS OBU and DC-DC converter will be mounted inside the metallic box.
(d)
TETRA Mobile Radio Units (TMRU)
A TETRA Mobile Radio consists of enhanced control head and radio terminal. The
enhanced control head shall be flush mounted on metal plate in the cabinet while
radio terminals are mounted inside the cabinet just behind the enhanced control
head. The opening of base plate of the mounting plate shall be around 155 x 35 mm
for each enhanced control head.
(e)
DTRS Portable Repeater (PR)
It is a box with dimension about 430 mm(Height) x 244 mm(Width) x 341 mm (Depth)
to be mounted on the compartment. The Contractor shall provide accommodation for the
PR as in recommended in the figure below.
DTRS Portable Repeater
Wireless Keyboard
Recommended fixing method of DTRS Portable Repeater
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(f)
Antenna
There are 1 DTRS TERTA antenna and 2 TGMS TETRA antennas to be mounted
on roof or pole of the Vessel. TETRA antennas are marine type dipole antenna
which shall be mounted at a minimum separation of 30 cm from the other antennas.
TGMS TMR antenna
(g)
DTRS TETRA and GPS antennas
Interfacing to Electrical Devices of the Vessel
TGMS GPS signal from Vessel’s GPS
The signal of Vessel’s GPS shall be made available to the OBE box. GPS data
format shall be NMEA0183 and serial port shall be RS232. The serial port
configurations are as follows:




(h)
Baud Rate : 9600
Data bits: 8
Parity : None
Stop bits: 1
Connecting Cables
(i)
The Contractor shall supply all power cables for installation of TGMS
equipment through suitable independent fuses.
(ii)
The Contractor shall supply and install all RF signal antenna cables. The
cables shall be use coaxial cables. (The model currently use is RG type
cable.)
(iii) The Contractor shall supply and install all data cables in the table below.
The cables shall be of the model specified below or equivalent data cables.
(iv) The routing of the conduits/trunking and cabling shall suit the contour
interior compartment to ensure that a proper installation layout can be
affected.
(v)
The termination of all cables shall be carried out by the Contractor.
(vi) The Contractor shall provide suitable accessories, trunking/conduit facilities
and openings for the connecting cables tabulated below:
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Summary of Conduits for Wiring Connections
Item From
To
Purpose
Cable Type
Termination Dia. Min.
Connector
Diameter
(mm) Bending
Radius
Max.
of conduit Length
(mm)
(m)
(mm)
1
2
WDN
TGMS
Antenna
OBE Box
RF Signal RG58A/U
TNC
5
50
25
10
DTRS
TMRU
RF Signal RG58
BNC
5
50
25
10
TGMS
Data
Shielded
FQN14-9Z
7
OBE Box
(OBU)
RS232
(Water Proof
Antennas
3
MDT
20
Connector)
75
4
5
MDT
TMRU
TGMS
Data
Shielded
RS232
OBE Box
(Radio)
RS232
(Female)
Main
Power
Two
Power
DB9
Ways Free End
25
7
20
8
50
16
8
4
50
16
8
Power
Cable
6
TGMS
12VDC
Power
OBE Box Main
Welding
Free End
Power Cable
Power
w/switch
from
the
Battery for
TGMS
11.17 Wired Intercom System
11.17.1 General requirement
(a)
The intercom system shall consist of at least two master stations and eight slave
stations.
(b)
All stations (both master and slaves) shall be able to communicate with each other.
In addition the master station shall be able to give an emergency call-out to all the
slave stations simultaneously.
(c)
Weatherproof type enclosure shall be provided for all the stations.
(d)
Incoming calls shall be signalled by audible tone.
(e)
Incoming calls shall be signalled by visual means with integral flashing indicator.
11.17.2 Specific requirement
(a)
The locations of master and slave stations of the intercom system shall be
determined in the kick-off meeting after Contract is awarded.
(b)
All stations shall be provided with handset type intercom units with weatherproof
type enclosure except the following location, where headset type unit shall be
provided :-

Engine Room Control Console ( E/R C.C. )
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


Emergency Steering Position
Fire Monitor Platform
Fire deck (aft) for daughter boat recovery.
11.18 Wireless Intercom System
11.18.1 Specific requirement
(a)
The system shall consist of an antenna system and mobile radios.
(b)
One master station shall be provided at the wheelhouse.
(c)
Six mobile radio using hands-free headsets (earphones) with microphones for
internal communication between the wheelhouse and crew members on main deck
shall be provided by the Contractor.
(d)
The antenna system shall pick up the radio signal of mobile radios and distribute it
throughout the whole Vessel to allow radio communication at different locations in
the Vessel.
(e)
The coverage of the antenna system shall be at least 99% of the Vessel.
(f)
The wireless intercom system shall not interfere with the DTRS of FSD. Detailed
design of the system shall be proposed by the Contractor.
(g)
The Tenderer shall submit the wireless intercom system design in the tender
submission.
11.19 Visual Augmentation System
11.19.1 General requirement
(a)
The visual augmentation system shall consist of a night vision camera, an infrared
searchlight and a payload platform.
(b)
The system shall be weatherproof.
(c)
The system shall be certified for the HSC Code 2000 or equivalent standard.
11.19.2 Specific requirement
(a)
The night vision camera shall satisfy the following minimum requirements:
(i)
Sensitivity: 0.000001 lux or better
(ii)
Spectral Response: 450 nm- 950 nm
(iii) Resolution: 756 x 484 or better
(iv) Field of view: 20° or better
(v)
(b)
Focus: Fixed at infinity
The infrared searchlight shall satisfy the following minimum requirements:
(i)
Candlepower: 6,000,000 or better
(ii)
Short-Arc Lamp: 75-watt Xenon or better
(iii) Beam Width: Adjustable
(c)
The payload platform shall satisfy the following minimum requirements:
(i)
Dimensions: 45 cm x 55 cm x 35 cm (Depth x Height x Width)
(ii)
Tilt Range: -25° to +15°
(iii) Pan Range: ±100° from heading
(iv) Operating Temperature Range: -15°C to +55°C
(v)
Pressurised camera and searchlight enclosures
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11.20 Installation Requirements
11.20.1
The control panel of all Equipment shall be installed and flush-mounted in the coxswain
operation area unless otherwise specified. The mounting screw shall be detachable from the
front of the Equipment and the Equipment shall be taken out at the front for further
checking or replacement. The Contractor shall submit a layout plan showing the exact
locations of the Equipment.
11.20.2
Equipment supplied shall be completed with all standard and/or maker recommended
accessories as required for normal operation.
11.20.3
The Equipment supplied shall be completed with all the auxiliary items required for normal
operation including connectors, circuit breakers, power sockets, interface device, plugs and
cables with conduits.
Additional power conditioners, filtering devices, power stabiliser or
regulator shall be provided and installed at no extra cost if required.
11.20.4
RF connectors of suitable impedance shall be provided and used for connections of the RF
cables, antennae and radio equipment. Connectors between the feeder cables and antennae
shall be protected by weatherproof material to avoid water seepage.
11.20.5
All wiring shall be finished in a neat and appropriate manner approved by the Government.
11.20.6
Adequate measures, including but not limited to the following, to prevent interference
between the electronic equipment shall be taken:
11.20.7
(a)
Separate screened conduits or trunkings shall be provided.
(b)
Rules, regulations and recommended practices regarding screening of electric
wiring must be observed.
(c)
Receiving apparatus and other electronic equipment which may be affected by
radio frequency induced voltages must be effectively earthed, screened and
protected against such voltages.
(d)
Lightning protection devices shall be fitted.
All sitting, installation and cabling work shall be undertaken to the highest standard to
ensure:
(a)
Satisfactory performance of the Equipment.
(b)
Protection from mechanical and water damages.
(c)
Ease of accessibility for maintenance and repair.
(d)
Manufacturers' recommendations shall be strictly observed.
11.20.8
11.20.9
(a)
The power, signal and control cables connecting to the flush-mounted equipment
shall be long enough to let the equipment wholly place on a safe place like on the
panel, table, etc. with valid cable connections for fault finding and equipment
testing. These extended cables shall be properly managed and resided inside the
console.
(b)
Induced mutual interference should be within an appropriate level which would
not affect normal operation.
[D]
Installation Location
(a)
Installation location of the Equipment shall be easily accessible for inspection
and maintenance. Exact location shall be subject to the approval of the
Government.
(b)
Installation location of the Equipment shall not cause interference to other
Equipment by way of the emitted interference.
11.20.10 Material and Workmanship
(a)
Material and Equipment shall be of high quality, and shall comply with, where
applicable, the appropriate British Standards and Code of Practice, together with
any amendments made thereto, suitable for installation in the Vessel.
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(b)
All the designs shall be subject to the approval of the Government and the
respective works shall be carried out in progress.
(c)
The Government reserves the right to reject any part of the installation not
comply with these TS. The Contractor shall carry out the necessary remedial
work or replacement at its own cost and expense and without delay.
(d)
The Contractor shall provide all installation materials including cables, casing,
mounting accessories and etc. which are durable and fire retarding. Where it is
impracticable for signal cables for data to be run inside conduits, PVC insulated
and sheathed with armoured cable shall be used.
11.20.11 Equipment Fixing and Interconnection
(a)
All switches, connectors, jacks and receptacles shall be clearly, logically and
permanently marked during installation. All wires and cables shall be identified
at every termination and connection point with permanent type markers suitable
for installation in the Vessel.
(b)
Interconnection of various items of Equipment shall be mechanically and
electrically connected by multi-pin connectors or terminals.
(c)
All cables shall be joined by properly designed connectors or inside joint boxes.
Where terminal blocks are used for connection cables, the tip of each conductor
shall be crimped with a suitable terminal pin before it is inserted into the terminal
block.
(d)
The Contractor shall be responsible for providing and installing properly rated
power cables from the power points to its own equipment.
11.20.12 Electricity
(a)
The power supply shall be compatible with Vessel’s DC electrical system.
(b)
The Equipment shall be protected by appropriately rated fuses. The fuses shall
be contained in independent fuse holders which are easily accessible.
11.20.13 Cable
(a)
All exposed cables and wiring shall be sheathed or protected by metal conduits.
(b)
Watertight cable glands shall be provided by way of watertight bulkhead or deck
penetration.
(c)
Signal wiring shall be separated from power supply cables and housed in separate
screened conduits or cable trunks.
(d)
Cables and wirings shall run behind the compartment lining. Where electric
cables are necessary to be fitted on the decorative surface of bulkheads, they shall
be enclosed in proper metal conduits.
11.20.14 Labelling and Marking
(a)
Each cable shall be clearly labelled and carry its own unique identification code.
(b)
Polarity of power cables shall be labelled.
11.21 Acceptance Test
11.21.1 The acceptance tests shall comprise the following:
(a)
A bench acceptance test which includes functional tests and detailed measurements
of the performance of the Equipment to verify that each Equipment complies with
all the required performance specifications.
(b)
On-site commissioning test shall be carried out by the Contractor in the presence of
the EMSD representatives after completion of the installation of each system. The
overall installation standard and operational features of each system shall be
evaluated. The test shall be carried out during sea trial.
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11.21.2 The Contractor shall submit test reports on the performance of the Equipment and deliver the
test reports and equipment to the EMSD representatives for bench acceptance test prior to the
installation.
11.21.3 The Contractor shall submit schedule of commissioning test of the electronic equipment
installed on board at least one month prior to the on-site commissioning test date.
11.21.4 The Contractor shall provide all the necessary test equipment and tools for carrying out the
acceptance tests at no extra cost to Government.
11.21.5 At least one month before the end of the Warranty Period, the Contractor shall arrange and
perform final acceptance test in the presence of the representatives from EMSD. Should any
defects be found during the final acceptance test, the Contractor shall fix the defects as soon
as possible, and in any event no later than the time prescribed by the EMSD representatives.
The Warranty Period shall be extended if the defects are not cleared or fixed by the
Contractor.
11.21.6 For significant defects (e.g. involving the replacement of Space Parts/ Equipment etc.) found
during the final acceptance test, the Warranty Period of the Equipment shall be properly
extended as determined by EMSD.
11.22 Documentation & Quotation For the Proposed Equipment
11.22.1 Unless proposed by the Tenderer and agreed by the Government in the Contract, the
Contractor shall within one month after delivery of the Vessel, supply three sets of operation
manual, service manual and integrated system/equipment schematic diagram in English (at
least two sets of which shall be original), giving full details on:
(a)
Operations and working principals;
(b)
Equipment functional description;
(c)
Equipment specifications;
(d)
Schematic block diagrams and circuit diagrams with sufficient information and
details for Equipment maintenance and repairing;
(e)
Calibration procedures;
(f)
Equipment (adjustment/mounting procedure) and parameter settings;
(g)
Part list with part numbers and
tools/kit/program shall also be included);
(h)
Maintenance and troubleshooting instructions;
(i)
Equipment interfacing with wiring diagram with clear signal labelling;
(j)
Software operation manual for Equipment driven by application software;
(k)
As fitted conduit/trunking route diagrams for the electronic equipment installed on
board for the purpose of future maintenance; and
(l)
The design conduit/trunking route diagrams submitted to MD and EMSD for
approval during construction stage.
locations
(the
adjustment/calibration
11.23 Additional requirements for CCTV system
11.23.1 CCTV for monitoring decontamination areas:
(a)
A CCTV system shall be provided to cover the decontamination shower space and
the HazMat assessment space, such that the situation in these locations can be
monitored from the Command Post.
(b)
The CCTV system shall also cover the aft deck of the Vessel.
(c)
The system shall include one 21” CCTV high definition LED monitor which shall
be installed in the wheelhouse and the Command Control Station.
(d)
The CCTV in the Shower Area shall be of a watertight type.
(e)
The CCTV system shall have UPS for 3 hours to cover the situation if there is DC
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power failure onboard.
11.23.2 CCTV general requirements:
(a)
The requirements for the CCTV set out below are important for this Vessel.
(i)
The CCTV system shall be marine application and vibration resistant type.
(ii) Final installation location for the monitors inside the wheelhouse shall be
subject to MD & FSD approval.
(iii) All monitors shall be LCD monitor with size between 12 inches and 14 inches.
(iv) All cameras shall be low light colour camera with auto-focus.
(v) All CCTV systems shall be remotely controllable for all function including
individual control fro pan, tilt, and zoom for each camera.
(b)
The Tenderer must provide comprehensive details of the CCTV system in the tender
submission for tender assessment.
11.23.3 CCTV specific requirements:
(a)
The colour video signal referred to these TS shall general conform to the 625/50
PAL-I signal format stipulated under ITU-R BT 470-4.
However, minor variations which do not affect the system display, switching or
processing stability may be acceptable. The Tenderer is required to state clearly all
such variations when submitting the tender.
(b)
Essential characteristics of the baseband video signal:
(i)
625 lines per frame
(ii)
25 Hz frame rate; 50 Hz field rate; 2 to 1 interlace
(iii) The colour sub-carrier frequency shall be 4.43361875 MHz
(iv) The active line in the composite video signal shall not be less than 51 us
(c)
Monochrome signals shall also conform to the 625/50 PAL format where a
television system is required - NTSC colour system. All CCTV systems are
generally characterised by picture generation (cameras) and terminated by picture
display (monitors). In between these a series of devices shall be employed to
transmit the signal, process and switch the signal, mix the signals or attach special
characters before display. The performance of a CCTV system shall be fully
described by the Tenderer in defining the performance of the following:(i)
the cameras
(ii)
the monitors
(iii) the worst-case degradation for the interposing circuitry between the
cameras and monitors
(d)
For all possible signal transmission paths designed into the system between a
camera output point and a monitor input point, the system shall perform within the
limits of the following:
(i)
Frequency response
The video signal frequency response shall be:
50 Hz to 5 Mhz +/- 3 dB, measured with respect to a signal component of
100 kHz
(ii)
Wave Distortion
The K rating of a "2T pulse and bar " test waveform shall not be worse than:
pulse to bar ratio 4%
2T pulse response 5%
2T bar response 4%
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(iii) The signal to noise ratio shall be better than 56 dB weighted in accordance
with ITU-T Recommendation J.61
(iv) The luminance non-linearity shall be less than 5%
(v)
Cross talk - The total unwanted video signal contributed by all other signal
paths shall be at least 49 dB below the wanted signal.
(vi) Hum - The hum level contributed to the video monitor shall be 49 dB below
the below the wanted video signal.
(vii) Differential gain - less than 5%
(viii) Differential phase - less than 5 degrees
(ix) Chrominance and luminance delay inequality - less than 40 ns Chrominance
and luminance gain inequality - less than 5 %
11.23.4 Component Requirements
(a)
Video camera
(i)
Each camera shall house the lens, image pickup devices, electronic circuitry
and sync pulse generation circuit.
(ii)
Camera imaging devices shall be solid state Charge-coupled device (CCD)
sensor.
(iii) Construction of camera shall be rugged and compact, suitable for mounting
into a camera housing with other accessories.
(iv) The camera may operate directly from 220 V AC mains or operate at a
lower DC. or AC. supply voltage.
[D]
(v)
The colour camera shall operate from a single CCD sensors integrated with
complimentary colour mixing filters. The camera shall provide
anti-smearing and anti-blooming capability. It shall also be provided with
anti-aliasing capability using either optical or electrical filters.
(vi) The video camera shall exhibit minimum image lag, image retention and
near zero geometric distortion under wide area of operating conditions.
(vii) The image transfer mechanism of the CCD sensor shall be either interline
transfer (IT) or frame interline transfer (FIT). The choice of the dimension
of the sensor shall satisfy the minimum luminance resolution requirements
of this section. In general the pixel contents of the sensors shall not be less
than 750(H) x 580(V). The video camera shall be provided with white clip
control. If this is not field adjustable, the white lipper shall factory adjusted
to clip at 110% of video level.
(viii) The camera shall be provided with appropriate outlets and furnish the
compatible electrical signals to drive the camera lens in the auto-iris mode
of operation.
(ix) The video camera shall be provided with gamma correction circuitry. It is
preferably the range of gamma values lies between 0.5 and 0.6.
(x)
The video camera shall be well-shielded against radio frequency pickup.
The construction of the camera shall satisfy the relevant emission and
immunity requirements of the IEC 61000 series standards on
electromagnetic compatibility. The sensors shall be firmly fixed to
minimise microphonic interference.
(xi) The colour video camera shall be provided with automatic white balance
control.
(xii) The camera, in conjunction with the lens, if installed for outdoor use, must
be able to handle a scene contrast range of at least 60000 : 1.
(xiii) The video camera shall operate continuously without switching off.
Having been set up and installed, the camera shall operate within
specification without adjustment for at least 3 months, apart from any
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adjustment associated with component failure.
(xiv) Sensitivity Unless otherwise specified, the sensitivity of the camera shall not be worse
than 3 lux measured in accordance with IEC 61146-1. At low illumination
levels, it shall be equipped with colour-noise cancellation circuits to
improve picture quality.
(xv) Shading requirement :
(1)
with the lens capped, and with the automatic black level control,
automatic gain control circuitries defeated and fixed at the respective
nominal levels, the black level variation shall not be greater than 7% of
the peak in both the horizontal direction (line rate ) and vertical
direction ( field rate ).
(2)
with the camera viewing a perfectly flat white object and with the
illuminance or luminance of the object adjusted to give a lens opening
of f/5.6 to f/11 to obtain peak video signal level, the white level
variation shall not be greater than 20% of peak signal in both the
horizontal (line rate ) and vertical ( field rate ) direction.
(xvi) Geometry Error :
The geometry picture distortions in CCD cameras when measured with a
high quality lens shall be better than :(1)
Zone 1 of picture area
1%
(2)
Remainder of picture area
2%
(xvii) Resolution and Noise
The subclause defines the resolution and noise performances of the
camera output (i.e. a combined evaluation of lens, CCD and processing
circuitry ). As noise and horizontal resolution are inter-related, these
should be measured under the same conditions. If there is aperture
correction built into the electronic circuitry of the cameras, this should
be fixed and set at an optimum position. Other automatic controls shall
be defeated and set at a nominal level. The illuminance on the test chart
shall be set such as to produce full video output at a lens setting of f/5.6
+2 stop or -1 stop. The horizontal resolution of the camera shall not be
less than 300 lines per effective picture height in zone 1 (measurement
at 50% depth of modulation). The horizontal resolution at the
remainder of the picture shall not be worse than 75% of those measured
at Zone 1. With the same conditions as aforesaid the video signal to
noise ratio shall be better than 43 dB (weighted in accordance with
ITU-T Recommendation J.61)
(xviii)
Registration:
The camera shall exhibit no discernible registration errors anywhere in the
picture.
(b)
Lens
(i)
(ii)
The lens assembly shall contain, as minimum, the following controls :(1)
iris;
(2)
focus; and
(3)
zoom capacity.
The equivalent focal length of the lens shall be chosen in accordance with
the horizontal field of view required. Accuracy of equivalent focal length
shall be within +/- 3%. The zoom ratio of the zoom lens shall be accurate
to within +/- 4 %.
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(iii) All auto-iris lenses shall handle a scene contrast range equivalent to relative
aperture range up to f/360 ( this may necessitate the use of wedged-type
neutral density filter ). A relaxation to the maximum relative aperture
figure may be allowed for lens with large zoom range.
(iv) Unless otherwise stated, the near focusing distance shall not be higher
than :-
(v)
(1)
1 m for fixed equivalent focal length lens
(2)
1.5 m for zoom lens
If the lens is motorised for remote control, the response time of the
following adjustment shall not be worse than :(1)
full range iris control : 1.5 seconds
(2)
full range focus control ( 1 m to infinity ) : 11 seconds
(3)
zoom control : speed of zoom shall be such as to double the field of
view in less than 2.5 seconds
Operation of motorised drives for these controls shall not cause any radio
frequency radiation or interference to the video signal, e.g. patterning, noise
streaks, etc.
(vi) The lens shall be manufactured with a high modulation transfer function
which shall be several degrees of magnitude higher than the equivalent
resolving power of the matching sensor. The lens shall exhibit minimum
chromatic aberration, both laterally and longitudinally. For zoom lens, it
shall be manufactured to minimise zoom tracking error, both axially and
laterally.
(c)
Camera Housing
(i)
All indoor and outdoor cameras shall be fitted with protective housing. The
housing shall accommodate the camera provided, complete with lens and
other accessories. The housing shall be sturdy and tamper-proof.
Notwithstanding with the aid of tools, operation and maintenance staff
shall gain ready access to the camera and other accessory of the cameras or
housing for maintenance, cleaning and/or water-filling purposes.
(ii)
Field of view of camera shall not be obstructed by the housing.
(iii) All power, control and video cables entering or leaving the housing
externally shall be protected by a flexi-conduit.
(iv) Housing shall not cause degradation of the performance of the camera
under any operating conditions.
(v)
Indoor camera housing shall be dust-proof to at least IP42, outdoor camera
housings shall be water and dust-proof to at least IP54.
(vi) Unless otherwise stated, outdoor protective housings shall be provided
with :(1)
window cleaning wiper;
(2)
window cleaning wash-fluid reservoir and water-jet; and
(3)
sun shield.
Activation of wiper and water-jet shall be remotely energised. The wiper
shall automatically park out of view under off-power condition. The
capacity of the wash-fluid reservoir shall be at least 1.5 litres.
(vii) The weight of the housings, excluding the camera and its accessories, shall
be less than 12 kg.
(d)
Camera mounting
(i)
Each camera shall be provided with a camera mounting mechanically
couples the camera housing (or pan/tilt head) to a wall or ceiling or some
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other form of mechanical support (e.g. pole ).
(ii)
Mounting shall allow free motion of pan and tilt movements of the camera
housing.
(iii) Reasonable safety factor shall be given to strength of the mounting.
(iv) Colour of the camera mounting shall preferably same as the camera housing,
the pan and tilt head.
[D]
(e)
Video Switching
Manual and automatic switching control shall be provided for the third CCTV
System (i.e. 1 monitor and 2 cameras for the engine room area).
(f)
Colour Video Monitor
(i)
The physical construction shall be such that it will be possible to stack
monitors with or without a supporting framework and maintain ventilation
requirements for all parts of the specification to be met continuously.
Alternatively, if the monitors are to be housed in a dedicated monitor
console, rack mounting shall also be acceptable. All monitors shall be fitted
with implosion protection guard.
(ii)
Synchronisation shall be made from input composite video signal, normally
IV p to p. Synchronisation shall be maintained for an input signal variation
of +/- 6 dB.
(iii) Synchronisation shall be at the following vertical and horizontal frequency
deviation:
(1)
50 Hz +/- 1 Hz (vertical)
(2)
15,625 kHz+/-300 Hz (horizontal)
(iv) When switching between 2 sources within unsynchronised field pulses, the
new picture shall become resynchronised within 1 second. When switching
between sources of different subcarriers, the colour of the picture shall be
re-locked within 0.5 seconds.
(v)
The monitor shall contain 2 BNC connectors of the high impedance bridging
type, switchable with 75 ohms internally terminating resistance.
(vi) The gamma value of the CRT shall lie within the range between 2.5 and 2.8.
(vii) The monitor shall be provided with automatic degaussing facilities.
(viii) Colorimetry and Luminance Requirement
(1)
White balance of the CRT shall be adjustable to a colorimetry
corresponding to a correlated colour temperature of 6500K.
(2)
Peak brightness of the CRT shall be better than :i.
ii.
(3)
170 cd/sq m (tube size - diagonal less than 380 mm)
85 cd/sq m (tube size - diagonal greater than 380 mm)
Relative difference between gains in the RGB channels of the monitor
caused by variation of the contrast control shall be less than 5%.
(ix) Picture Level and Size Stability
(x)
(1)
Monitor shall provide a suitable form of black level stabilisation e.g.
back-porch clamp or DC. restoration.
(2)
Brightness of black level shall not vary by more than a 3% of peak
white signal with a test signal which is varied from black field to white
field and over a period of 6 hours at constant ambient temperature.
(3)
When the display raster changes between a flat field video signal of
5% and that of peak white, the displayed picture width and height shall
not vary by more than 5% of picture height.
Geometry
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Error between a displayed electronic grid pattern and a similar one placed
over or projected onto the face of the tube shall not be greater than +/- 2%
of picture height in zone 1 and +1-4% in the remainder. Changes shall take
place smoothly and in not less than half the width or height of the picture.
(xi) Convergence and Purity
Feeding the monitor with an electronic convergence test signal such as the "
cross -hatch pattern ", the convergence errors shall be less than :(1)
0.5 % of picture height within zone 1.
(2)
1 % of picture height elsewhere.
No purity errors shall be observable on the monitor at any contrast level
through the maximum white level of the monitor.
(xii) Others
The interlace of the picture shall be better than 45:55. When viewed at a
minimum distance of 4 times the picture height, the monitor shall display no
discernible blemishes, moire patterning, shading, hum and flyback line
abnormalities.
(g)
Camera Motion Control and Control Schemes
(i)
Pan and Tilt Head
(1)
The mechanism shall be capable of panning and tilting a camera and
lens combination mounted within its housing. External adjustment
limit switches shall be provided to cover, as a minimum the following
ranges:i.
ii.
iii.
Pan : up to 360 degrees.
Tilt: up to +45 degrees to - 60 degrees from the horizontal
plane.
Access shall be provided so that these switches can be easily
adjusted at the camera site.
(2)
Upon maximum load condition, the pan and tilt speed shall not be less
than 7 degrees and 5 degrees per second respectively.
(3)
The mechanism shall not turn by more than 2 degrees beyond the point
reached at the instant of the interruption of the control signal.
(4)
The construction of the pan and tilt head shall be made from
corrosion-resistant metallic material.
(5)
Outdoor pan and tilt heads shall be completely sealed weatherproof in
accordance with the IP-54 standard or equivalent for environmental
protection.
(6)
Design of the pan and tilt control circuitry shall be such that damages
to the head and overloading of the power driver shall not occur when
the operator tries to activate the pan and/or tilt movement beyond the
respective end stops positions, or a failure occurs in the end limit
switches.
(7)
The power feeder shall be suitably fitted with over voltage suppressers
and radio frequency sufficiently screened from electromagnetic
radiation. Activation of pan and tilt movements shall not cause radio
frequency radiation and other forms of interference affecting the video
signal generated from the camera (e.g. patterning, noise streaks, etc. ).
(8)
Any wires leading from pan and tilt head shall be guarded to prevent
cable snarling when pan and tilt motions take place.
(9)
Wiring connections are preferably made through retractile cord to
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eliminate any wire fatigue.
[D]
(10) The base of the pan and tilt heads shall be suitable for fixing to a
building bracket, pole, etc.
(ii)
Control Panel
(1)
This unit shall be mounted at the operator control console. It shall be
compatible for use with the particular pan and tilt head. If the camera
is fitted with remote control on zoom, focus and iris function, these
controls may also be housed in the same unit.
(2)
The pan and tilt functions shall preferably be operated by "joystick"
type of control.
[D]
All " joystick ", push-buttons, knobs and other switches must be easy
to operate and sufficient labelling shall be provided on the control
panel to indicate the functions of the control and displays.
Labelling shall be fixed in such a manner to resist torn-off by frequent
contact with operator finger tips. Engraving is therefore preferred.
Other methods shall be subject to EMSD approval.
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Chapter 12
Services Support
12.1 General Requirement
12.1.1
In determining the appropriate design for the Vessel, all of the following factors shall equally
be taken into account without one outweighing another.
(a)
Vessel performance (e.g. engine rating, size, etc.).
(b)
Initial cost.
(c)
On-going cost (e.g. maintenance cost, petrol consumption, spare parts, etc.).
(d)
Reliability (frequency and time to repair breakdown).
(e)
Time between maintenance periods.
(f)
Time to undertake scheduled maintenance (downtime).
(g)
All machineries and equipment installed in the Vessel shall be serviceable in the
HKSAR.
12.1.2
Allowable Vessel downtime (including scheduled preventive maintenance and unscheduled
repair and maintenance) shall not exceed 10% of the total hours of operation per month based
on the operation profile as specified in Paragraph 2.8.1 of Chapter 2 to the TS.
12.1.3
Maintainability - the Vessel shall be easy to maintain by ensuring that there shall be:
(a)
good access to all installed items for monitoring, service and overhaul.
(b)
ease access to in-situ service and maintenance in the HKSAR.
12.2 Information to be Provided Prior to and at Delivery Acceptance
12.2.1
Information provided prior to Delivery Acceptance:
(a)
(b)
The Inventory List shall cover all discrete items down to major component/unit level.
(c)
Full details of each item includes:
(d)
12.2.2
Detailed inventory list for the whole Vessel to be submitted to the Government for
approval.
(i)
Item number.
(ii)
Description.
(iii)
Type/model.
(iv)
Quantity.
(v)
Manufacturer.
(vi)
Manufacturer’s reference number.
(vii)
Location in Vessel.
(viii)
Local agent/supplier address, telephone and fax numbers.
FOUR paper copies and ONE soft copy of the Inventory List shall be provided to GNC.
“As Fitted” drawings and other information shall be supplied.
The Contractor shall supply the following items upon Delivery Acceptance of the Vessel:
(a)
FOUR complete sets of paper print drawings of the Vessel and ONE soft copy in
Compact Disk (CD-ROM).
(b)
FOUR complete sets of paper print as fitted electrical schematic, cabling, wiring and
single line diagrams for electrical equipment installed on board and conduit / trunk
route diagram and ONE soft copy in CD-ROM as per the Vessel delivered.
(c)
FOUR copies of ship equipment list for all bought-in machineries and electrical
equipment. The list shall include:
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(i)
Description;
(ii)
Type/model;
(iii)
Makers part no. or equivalent;
(iv)
Location;
(v)
Quantity; and
(vi)
Supplier or agents name and contact address.
(d)
FOUR copies (at least one original) of maker operation, maintenance and workshop
manuals for all machineries / equipment in English.
(e)
FOUR paper copies and ONE soft copy in CD-ROM as per the Vessel delivered of
“Docking Plan” which shall include the profile, plan and sections shall be prepared by
the Contractor.
(f)
FOUR copies of On board Operator’s Manual (English and Chinese) covering:
(i)
Daily user check and operation procedure.
(ii)
Operating detail of each system.
(iii)
Emergency operation procedure.
(The precise format and detail required will have to be subject to the GNC’s
approval when the configuration of the Vessel and outfitting is decided.)
12.2.3
12.2.4
(g)
The first draft of the On board Operator’s Manual (in both English and Chinese) shall
be submitted to GNC for approval one month before documentation acceptance.
(h)
The documentation for all Equipment, spares and stores, special tools and test
equipment shall be provided at the Delivery Acceptance of the Vessel.
Tools & Test Equipment for Electronics
(a)
Delivery of all test and tool equipment for the electronics equipment of the Vessel shall
be directly to EMSD.
(b)
All items shall be properly documented, preserved and packed.
Photographs
(a)
(b)
(c)
As-Fitted Photographs
(i)
Two sets of colour prints (130 mm x 90 mm) from different aspects to give an
overall picture of the various parts/areas of the Vessel shall be provided upon
Delivery Acceptance.
(ii)
Each print shall be enclosed in a suitable album and labelled showing the
position of the content.
Official Photographs
(i)
Four framed colour photographs of picture size not less than 350 mm x 270
mm and frame size not less than 510 mm x 400 mm showing the profile of the
Vessel in Hong Kong Waters shall be provided upon Delivery Acceptance.
(ii)
Four 200 mm x 150 mm colour photographs with specifications of Vessel
particulars showing the profile of the Vessel in HKSAR Waters shall be
provided upon Delivery Acceptance.
(iii)
Four 150 mm x 100 mm colour photographs showing the profile of the Vessel in
Hong Kong Waters shall be provided upon Delivery Acceptance.
Softcopy of Photographs
All photographs as required in the sub-paragraphs (a) and (b) above shall be taken by
way of digital camera in JPEG format at a resolution of not less than 5.0 Mega pixel.
The photographs shall be stored in Compact Disk (CD-ROM) and forwarded to GNC
at the time of Delivery Acceptance.
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12.2.5
Certificates and Reports
Copies of the following documents (one original with two copies and one softcopy stored in
CD-ROM), filed in clear folders, shall be forwarded to GNC at the time of Delivery
Acceptance:
12.2.6
(a)
Associated test certificates.
(b)
Test performance certificates of equipment (e.g. electronics, switchboards, etc.).
(c)
Main engines performance test certificates.
(d)
Complete record of the trial commissioning tests.
(e)
Original copy of the warranty certificates of all machineries, equipment and apparatus of
the Vessel (valid for 12 months from the date of Acceptance Certificate of the Vessel).
(f)
Certificates of light and sound signalling equipment.
(g)
Builder certificates.
(h)
Certificates of building material.
(i)
Deviation card for compass (after adjustment in the HKSAR).
(j)
Hull construction material issued by RO.
(k)
Undertaking duly signed and sealed by the Contractor’s (or its sub-contractor’s)
shipyard for providing Warranty Services in relation to all aspects of the Vessel during
the Warranty Period in the HKSAR as stipulated in Annex 1 of this Part VII - Technical
Specifications.
(l)
Any other certificates as appropriate.
Ship Model
(a)
The Contractor shall provide two ship models (scale 1:25) for display and training
purpose.
(b)
The purpose of the ship model is to provide a reasonable realistic appreciation to the
viewer (who cannot see the actual vessel) about the shape, scale, construction of the
Vessel and the machinery installations and fittings therein. Hence the model shall
include the position and look of the major external fittings including but not limited to
the skeg, appendages, water-jet, mast, mast fittings and navigation lights and any other
external above and under water items; and the Vessel shall be made to an overall exact
scale standard relevant to model making.
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Chapter 13
Training
13.1 Training on Electronics Navigational Equipment (ENE)
13.1.1
13.1.2
13.1.3
General requirements
(a)
All training courses shall be held in Hong Kong.
(b)
The Contractor shall provide appropriate classroom as well as on board training to
the operational and technical staff to familiarise officers with the operation and
maintenance of the ENE being supplied and installed. The trainer shall be able to
communicate with the local trainees effectively.
(c)
It is anticipated that two distinct types of training shall be required, namely:
(i)
Operator Training
(ii)
Equipment Maintenance Training
(d)
The training proposal shall include details of the depth and duration of the training
course, qualifications of the instructor and the qualification requirements of the
trainees. The Contractor shall submit a detailed course syllabus and a schedule
for conducting the training course after installation of ENE onboard.
(e)
Each trainee shall receive one copy of comprehensive training documents before
the start of each course.
(f)
Training manual in Chinese and English shall be provided and submitted to MD
and EMSD for approval at least one month prior to commencement of the
aforementioned two types of training respectively.
Operator Training Course
(a)
This course shall provide training for trainers.
(b)
The course shall provide a full knowledge and appreciation of the day-to-day
operation of all ENE. This shall include hands-on demonstrations and operation of
all ENE including the necessary routine cleansing requirement.
(c)
The course shall be held immediately before the commissioning of the ENE on the
Vessel.
(d)
A total of up to 22 trainees will attend the course. The training course shall
accommodate the specified number of trainees.
Equipment Maintenance Training Course
(a)
The Contractor shall provide full training facilities (e.g. accommodation, facilities
and equipment) with a training schedule. The course shall enable the maintenance
staff to acquire full knowledge and appreciation of all aspects on the design
considerations, day-to-day operation, inter-connected system operation, fault
breakdown, routine maintenance and fault finding/ repairing procedures of the
ENE being offered. This shall include practical demonstrations and tests.
(b)
The maintenance training shall include, but not limited to the following items:
(i)
Introduction of the ENEt locations;
(ii)
ENE operational, working principle and functional descriptions;
(iii) ENE block and schematic functional descriptions;
(iv) ENE adjustment/calibration procedure and parameter settings;
(v)
ENE construction and mounting;
(vi) ENE interfacing and signal interfacing;
(vii) Preventive maintenance and trouble-shooting
(c)
The course shall enable technical staff to effectively maintain the ENE.
(d)
The course shall be held immediately after the commissioning of the ENE on the
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Vessel.
(e)
13.1.4
A total of up to 15 trainees will attend the course. The training course shall
accommodate the specified number of trainees.
The ENE suppliers of the radar(s), and DGPS will propose a training programme for GNC's
consideration. The purpose of the training is to ensure that the Government maintenance staff
acquire full knowledge and appreciation of all aspects of the design, day to day operation,
breakdown and routine maintenance, and fault diagnosis of the system/equipment installed.
13.2 Training on Operation and Maintenance of the Vessel
13.2.1
In addition to the training to be provided for the ENE, the Contractor shall provide training in
relation to the operation of the Vessel for the operational staff of the user department, training
in relation to maintenance of engine and equipment on board for the technical staff of the user
department and for the Maintenance Section of Government Dockyard.
13.2.2
In order to ensure the navigational work-up team of the MD acquires full knowledge and
appreciation of all aspects of the manoeuvrability, vessel handling, turning characteristics,
engines, etc., the Contractor shall provide an appropriate training course for 22 officers of the
MD in the HKSAR upon the Delivery Acceptance of the Vessel. An operation training
programme shall be proposed for consideration by GNC which shall include details of depth
and duration of the training course. The training instructors must possess suitable
qualifications acceptable to MD. A certificate shall also be issued to the trainees by the
training instructor or his organisation upon completion of the training course for proof of
competence and satisfactory completion of the course.
13.2.3
In order to ensure the engineering work-up team and the front-line maintenance teams of the
MD and the maintenance personnel of the Government Dockyard acquire full knowledge and
appreciation of all aspects of the designs, day to day operation, breakdown, routine
maintenance and fault diagnosis of the engine/electrical distribution system, hull structural
repair, etc., the Contractor shall therefore provide appropriate train-the-trainer courses for a
total of 15 engine operators and 15 maintenance personnel from the Government Dockyard in
the HKSAR or overseas at the delivery of the Vessel. A certificate shall also be issued to
the trainees by the training instructor or his organisation upon completion of the training
course for proof of competence and satisfactory completion of the course.
13.2.4
All facilities, venue, and materials necessary for the above-mentioned training courses and
otherwise required in these Technical Specifications shall be provided by the Contractor
unless otherwise specified. The training shall also be conducted in Chinese and/or English
with relevant training materials to be supplied by the Contractor. The training materials
shall be provided before the training, in both paper and CD-ROM format.
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Chapter 14
Abbreviations
ABS
American Bureau of Shipping
AC
Alternating Current
AFFF
Aqueous Film-Forming Foam
AIS
Automatic Identification System
AML
Additional Military Layers
ARCS
Admiralty Raster Chart Service
ARPA
Automatic Radar Plotting Aid
ASTM
American Society for Testing and Materials
ASWF
American Standard Window Film
AV
Audio Video
AVLS
Automated Vehicle Location System
AWS
American Welding Society
BNC
Bayonet Neill-Concelman
BS
British Standards
BSB
data encoded in the BSB format
BWA
Beam Waist Analyzer
CBRN
Chemical, biological, radiological and nuclear
CCD
Charge-coupled device
CCTV
Close Circuit Television
CD
compact disc
cd/ m2
candela per square metre
CD-ROM
Compact Disc Read-Only Memory
CFC
Chlorofluorocarbon
CH
Channel
cm
centi metre
CO2
Carbon Dioxide
COG
course over ground
CPA
Closest Point of Approach
CPU
Central Processing Unit
CRT
Cathode ray tube
c/w
Come with
CWA
Cognitive Work Analysis
dB
Decibel
dBi
decibel isotropic
dBm
Decibel-milliwatts
DC
Direct Current
DDR
Double Data Rate
deg
Degree
DGPS
Differential Global Positioning System
DISS
DNC Digital Nautical Chart
DPDT
Double-pole, double-throw
DSC
Digital Selective Calling
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DTRS
Digital Trunk Radio System
DVD
Digital Versatile Disc
DVI
Digital Video Interface
DVR
digital video recorder
ECDIS
Electronic Chart Display and Information System
ECS
Electronic Chart System
EFFS
External Fire-Fighting System
EFCP
External Fire-Fighting Control Panel
EGNOS
European Geostationary Navigation Overlay Service
ENC
Electronic Navigational Charts
ENE
Electronic Navigational Equipment
E/R C.C.
Engine Room Control Console
FTP
Fire Test Procedures
FO
Fuel oil
FOV
Field of View
g
Gravity
GB
Gigabyte
GeoTIFF
GeoTIFF Format File
GHz
Gigahertz
GM
Metacentric Height
GMDSS
Global Maritime Distress Safety System
GMT
Greenwich Mean Time
GPS
Global Positioning System
GRP
Glass-reinforced plastic
GZ
Righting Lever
HazMat
Hazardous Material
HEPA
High-efficiency particulate arrestance
HCFC
Chlorodifluoromethane
HD
Hard Disk
HDD
Hard Disk Drive
HDMI
High Definition Multimedia Interface
HPS
Harbour Patrol Section
HSC
High-speed Craft
HVAC
Heating, ventilation and air conditioning
Hz
Hertz
ICR
Information Collection Request
IHO
International Hydrographic Organization
IMM
International Maritime Mobile
IMO
International Maritime Organisation
IEC
International Electrotechnical Commission
IP
Ingress Protection
IPX
Internetwork Packet Exchange
IR
Infrared
IS
Intact Stability
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ISO
International Organization for Standardization
ITU-R
International Telecommunication Union – Radiocommunication Sector
K
Kilo
kΩ
Kilo Ohm
kg
Kilogram
kHz
Kilohertz
km
Kilometre
km/h
Kilometre per hour
kts
Knots
kW
Kilowatt
L/min
litre per minute
LO
Lube oil
LCD
Liquid Crystal Display
LCG
Longitudinal Centre of Gravity
LED
Light-emitting Diode
L/s
Litre per second
LSA
Lifesaving Appliances
m
Metre
m/s
Metre per Second
m3
Cubic Metre
M/E
Main engines
MARPA
Mini-automatic Radar Plotting Aid
MCR
Maximum Continuous Rating
MEI
MEI Corporation
MFD
Multi-function Display
MHz
Megahertz
MJ/ m2
Megajoule per Square Metre
MKD
Minimum Keyboard Display
mm
Millimetre
MMC
Multi Media Card
MMSI
maritime mobile service identity
mph
Mile per hour
MS PRO
Memory Stick PRO
MS PRO Duo
Memory Stick PRO Duo
MSC
Maritime Safety Committee
mV
Milli Voltage
NAVSEA
Naval Sea Systems Command
NIR
Non-Ionizing Radiation
Nm
Nanometre
NFPA
National Fire Protection Association
NMEA
National Marine Electronics Association
ns
Nanosecond
NTRIP
Networked Transport of RTCM via Internet Protocol
NUC
Not Under Command
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OBE
On-board electronics
OSHA
Occupational Safety and Health Administration
Pa
Pascal
PAL
Phase Alternating Line
p.s.i.
Pounds per square inch
PTO
Power take off
PVC
Polyvinyl Chloride
RAM
Random Access Memory
RCA
Radio Corporation of America
RGB
Red Green Blue
RF
Radio Frequency
RG58U
RG58U Type Coaxial Cable
RH
Relative Humidity
ROT
rate of turn
rpm
revolutions per minute
RT
Radioactive Test
RTCM
Radio Technical Commission for Maritime Services
SATA
Serial Advanced Technology Attachment
SBAS
Satellite-based augmentation systems
SENC
System Electronic Navigation Chart
SINAD
Signal-to-noise and Distortion Ratio
SOG
speed over ground
SOLAS
Safety of Life at Sea
SPL
Sound Pressure Level
SSD
Solid-state Drive
STANAG
NATO Standardization Agreement
TCG
Transverse Centre of Gravity
TCPA
Time of Closest Point of Approach
TFT
Thin-Film Transistor
TIFF
Tagged Image File Format
TMR
TOPEX/Poseidon Microwave Radiometer
TS
Technical Specifications
UHF
Ultra High Frequency
UPS
Uninterruptible Power System
USB
Universal Serial Bus
UTC
coordinated universal time
uV
nano voltage
UV
Ultraviolet
VAC
Voltage of Alternating Current
VCG
Vertical Centre of Gravity
VDC
Voltage of Direct Current
VDR
Voyage Data Recorder
VGA
Video Graphics Array
VHF
Very High Frequency
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VMAP
Vector Map
V.S.W.R.
Voltage Standing Wave Ratio
VTC
Vessel Traffic Centre
VTS
Vessel Traffic Services
W
Watt
WMS
Web Map Service
W/H E.C.C.
Wheelhouse Engine Control Console
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Part VII - Annex 1 - Warranty Services and Guarantee Slipping
1.
Warranty Services
1.1
The Contractor is required to be a Government Recognised Servicing Shipyard (“GRSS”) or appoints
a GRSS in Hong Kong for providing Warranty Services in relation to all aspects of the Vessel during
the Warranty Period, including Guarantee Slipping as stipulated in this Annex. If the Contractor
appoints a GRSS to perform the Warranty Services, the Contractor shall ensure that the GRSS
appointed will perform the Warranty Services and Guarantee Slipping in full compliance with the
requirements of the Contract including those as set out in this Annex 1 as if references to the
Contractor mean such GRSS.
1.2
The purposes of requiring GRSS for providing the Warranty Services is to facilitate rectification of
defects without causing inconvenience to the Vessel's operation. As such, if the GRSS is a third party
but not the Contractor, the Contractor shall give, and shall be deemed to have given, full authorisation
to that GRSS in the HKSAR for making decision in relation to all matters arising out of any warranty
claims submitted by the Government, but the Government reserves all rights and claims against the
Contractor in the event that any warranty claim has not been handled in accordance with the terms of
the Contract.
1.3
For those Equipment in respect of which the manufacturer/supplier does not offer one-year free
warranty on such equipment, the Contractor shall ensure that the GRSS will provide the Warranty
Services throughout the Warranty Period at the Contractor’s own cost. For other loose equipment and
installation, such as life-saving and fire-fighting equipment, etc., which are required to be serviced,
inspected or renewed annually, the GRSS shall provide the servicing, inspection and renewal as per the
manufacturer’s requirements of that equipment or installation in the Warranty Period applicable to
such items.
1.4
During the Warranty Period, when the Vessel is handed over to the GRSS for the Warranty Services
and/or Guarantee Slipping, the Contractor shall be responsible for the due return of the Vessel in good
order. Should there be any loss or damage of the Vessel or any Warranty Item (as defined in Paragraph
1.5 below) caused by any reason whatsoever while the Vessel is in the possession or control of the
Contractor (including even when the Vessel is at the Government Dockyard or a maintenance base of
the user department) or at the shipyard of the Contractor or the GRSS appointed by it, the Contractor
shall pay for the cost for the loss or damage plus 20% as and for liquidated damages but not as a
penalty. Throughout the Warranty Period, notwithstanding anything to the contrary in the Contract,
the Vessel and all Warranty Items are deemed to be at the Contractor’s risks, and the Contractor shall
insure and keep insured, at his own expense, a property insurance with the Government to be named as
the sole payee, for an indemnity amount of not less than the purchase price of the Vessel plus 20% to
protect the Government property against all risks. Certificate of Insurance and evidence showing
premium being paid shall be available for inspection in advance. The Contractor shall provide this
insurance policy before the commencement of the Warranty Services and/or Guarantee Slipping. Any
excess payable under the insurance policy shall be borne by the Contractor.
1.5
Total Vessel Warrant
It is required that the Vessel is covered by free of charge Warranty Services for one year after the date
of Acceptance Certificate in respect of the Vessel. The Warranty Services shall cover the entire Vessel
and all its Equipment (including all major Equipment specified in Schedule 6 in Part V and ENE),
fittings and outfit (including spare parts, and documentation) (collectively, “Warranty Items”) against
defects of design, construction, workmanship or materials and against any non-compliance with any of
the Product Warranties. The Warranty Services may be backed up by the Contractor using individual
equipment suppliers/manufacturers warranties but the Contractor shall remain solely liable to MD as a
primary obligor to provide the Warranty Services. Notwithstanding and without prejudice to the
Contract on warranty obligations for the total Vessel, any individual equipment supplier/manufacturers
warranty extending beyond the one year total Vessel warranty must be assigned to the Government as
appropriate.
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1.6
Procedures for Warranty Claim
Without prejudice to the provisions of the Contract, a detailed procedure for dealing with warranty
claims must be proposed by the Contractor and agreed by MD before the issuance of the Acceptance
Certificate of the Vessel. This shall be based on the following principles:
1.7
1.6.1
Any notification of claimed defect to be sent from MD to the Contractor or the GRSS
appointed by it through a defined route.
1.6.2
There shall be a joint inspection to examine the defect and the Contractor shall propose the
appropriate and necessary remedial action to satisfaction of MD.
1.6.3
The Contractor shall undertake on-site Warranty Services (including provision of all
replacement Warranty Item, spare parts, labour, materials, test equipment, and transportation)
wherever at the option of the Government, the Vessel is berthed in Government Dockyard or
maintenance bases of the user department. Taking the Vessel to the shipyard of the Contractor
or of the GRSS appointed by the Contractor should be avoided unless absolutely necessary.
1.6.4
Rectification of defect must have minimum effect on operation of the Vessel by provision of on
loan equipment when the anticipated repair time exceeds the time frame as specified in
Paragraph 1.7.1 below.
Throughout the Warranty Period, the Contractor shall be responsible for the provision of free of charge
corrective maintenance and rectification of all defects in all and any of the Warranty Items including
repair and replacement as necessary. This shall, at no cost to MD, include Warranty Services to be
performed by the Contractor described in the following sub-paragraphs:
1.7.1
To attend to the Vessel for inspection and repair within 24 hours (excluding Hong Kong public
holidays) of receiving the report of a fault (“fault report”) and to take immediate action of
rectifying the defect after inspection. Unless otherwise agreed by the Government, all
corrective maintenance and rectification must be effected within 48 hours after the fault report
is first issued. MD must be informed of what the corrective maintenance and rectification
actions have been taken within 72 hours of receiving the relevant fault report.
1.7.2
To provide all necessary transport, replacements Equipment, spare parts, labour and materials,
tools and testing instruments required for the corrective maintenance and rectification.
1.7.3
Any replacement item or part to be used shall be originated from the manufacturer of the
original Warranty Item to be repaired and can be found in latest spare parts list issued by such
manufacturer. Alternative components shall not be used without prior approval in writing of
MD.
If the Contractor fails to respond to any reported warranty claims within 48 hours, MD may arrange
defect corrective maintenance and rectification either on its own or by deploying another third party
contractor as deemed appropriate with a view to minimising any downtime incurred. In such case the
Contractor shall compensate the Government for the full cost of such repairs plus 10% as and for
liquidated damages but not as a penalty no later than 10 working days after a written demand has been
served on the Contractor by MD.
1.8
Extension of Warranty
1.8.1
The Warranty Period for any Warranty Item shall be suspended whilst and if the Contractor
fails to repair and correct satisfactorily the defects in such Warranty Item within seven working
days counting from the relevant fault report is first issued.
1.8.2
Warranty Items which are electronic equipment sub-assemblies, modules or components and
which are replaced during the Warranty Period shall have a new warranty period of one year
commencing from the date of replacement.
1.8.3
In relation to a Warranty Item, references to Warranty Period shall be construed to include such
extended warranty period as mentioned in Paragraphs 1.8.1 and/or 1.8.2 above, depending
whichever is applicable.
1.8.4
Equipment which is found defective during the trials at the Guarantee Slipping as mentioned in
Paragraph 2.2.3 below shall have an extension of warranty of one year.
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1.9
Recurrent Defects
During the Warranty Period, should a second and similar defect arise in relation to a Warranty Item,
this shall be construed as conclusive evidence of the Warranty Item’s unsuitability for the purpose
intended, and the Contractor shall take immediate steps to conduct a thorough investigation jointly with
MD at the Contractor's expense, to ascertain the reasons for any such defect and shall forthwith at MD's
option and the Contractor's expense, procure and deliver another replacement Warranty Item with a new
design suitable for the purpose intended to replace the original defective Warranty Item.
1.10
In the event that the Contractor proposes to modify any Warranty Item or any part of the Vessel in order
to repair or replace the same or another Warranty Item, the Contractor shall obtain a written advance
consent of the Government to the proposed modification.
1.11
Throughout the Warranty Period, the Contractor shall maintain an inventory of spare parts, which shall
be the same items as listed in Schedule 6 in Part V and in the same quantity in the shipyard of the
Contractor or of the GRSS appointed by it and which the Contractor (or its GRSS) shall use for
performing the Warranty Services. The Government will not provide its own inventory of the Spare
Parts listed in Part 2 of Schedule 1 to the Contractor for the provision of the Warranty Services.
1.12
Updated/Upgraded Information
It is expected that during the Warranty Period certain Warranty Item may be modified or changed. All
documentation affected by this change must be updated to reflect the new situation. All the support
documentation such as the Vessel Inventory List, job information and maintenance scheduling in
relation to these modification and changes shall be provided at the expiry of the Warranty Period.
1.13
Warranty of Electronic Navigational Equipment
Please refer to the Paragraphs 11.1.1 in Chapter 11 of the TS.
Guarantee Slipping
2.1
As stated in the section "Warranty" above, Guarantee Slipping shall be carried out at the end of the
original Warranty Period regardless of any subsequent extension in relation to any Warranty Item under
the terms of the Contract.
2.2
At the Guarantee Slipping, the Contractor shall carry out the following work and provide all necessary
materials, spare parts, labour and equipment in order to carry out such work:
2.2.1
Engines and Gearboxes
(a)
(b)
(c)
(d)
(e)
(f)
(g)
(h)
2.2.2
Renew the lubricating oil and replace the filters for the main engines and gearboxes as per
the manufacturer’s recommendations;
Clean all the engine air filters and change the filter elements as necessary;
The coolers of the engines shall be cleaned with all zinc anodes renewed if provided;
All the belts of engines to be checked and adjusted if necessary;
Tappet clearances for the inlet and exhaust valves, ignition timing and idle speed to be
checked and adjusted if necessary;
Function tests for the engines’ protection system and their associated sensors, gauges and
other measuring devices shall be conducted;
All the above work shall be carried out by the manufacturer’s authorised agent.
All the work procedures and the spare parts used shall be in compliance with the
specifications and requirements of the manufacturer.
Hull and Deck Items (if applicable)
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(a) Paint Under Water Line
(i)
Paint under water line shall be checked by paint manufacturer’s representative for the
effectiveness of two years protection against marine growth;
(ii)
Hull shall be cleaned;
(iii)
Damaged paint shall be repaired according to paint manufacturer’s procedures;
(iv)
After the repairing of the damaged paint in (c), two coats of touch up primer and one
coat of touch up shall be applied; and
(v)
One full coat of finishing paint to hull below water line shall be applied.
(b) Paint Above Water Line
(i)
Damaged paint on the hull above water line shall be properly repaired. After repair,
two coats of touch up primer and one coat of touch up shall be applied;
(ii)
Vessel's name, draft marks and insignia two coats shall be painted;
(iii)
The open and side deck shall be applied with one full coat of anti-slip paint;
(c) Inspect, clean, polish propeller.
(d) Free, clean, grease and recondition all moving parts of the deck fittings, i.e. WT hatches,
vent covers, roller and fairleads and anchor chain stopper, etc.
(e) Renew all zinc anodes.
2.2.3
The following shall be tested at the dock trial / sea trials as part of the Guarantee Slipping:
(a) Engine control and steering system.
(b) Engine alarm and shut down function (including emergency stopping of engines).
(c) Navigational equipment, light and sound signal.
(d) Ahead and astern running and crash stop test.
(e) Steering trial.
(f)
Other trials as required by Government Representative.
(g) Any item or component found defective shall be repaired or replaced.
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Completion Date
Milestone
1
Issurance of "Notification of
Conditional Acceptance"
To be advised after Tender Evaluation
2
Contract Date (the date of the last
party signing the Articles of
Agreement)
The date when the last party signs the Articles of Agreement. The Government will not sign the Articles Agreement until and unless the Contractor
fulfils all of the conditions precedent as specified in the Conditions of Contract (save to the extent waived by the Government, if any).
3
Kick-Off Meeting
To be held within one month after the Contract Date at Government Dockyard or Contractor's Shipyard
4
Completion of hull structures
5
Completion of installation of main
engines, auxillary machinery and
waterjet system
6
Conduct of all tests, inspections and
trials as part of thTechnical
Acceptance including the Official
Sea Trial
7
Conduct of the on-site
commissioning tests for the
Electronic Navigational Equipment
on the Vessel (as part of the
Technical Acceptance)
8
Vessel Ready for Use (including
without limitation the passing of the
Techncial Acceptance)
On or before the Delivery Date applicable to the same Vessel
9
Delivery Date
The Delivery Date for the Vessel shall be no later than the date set out in Schedule 2 (Delivery Schedule)
The Contractor shall propose the completion dates of Milestones 4-7 for GNC approvalwith in two months after the Contract Date.
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Drawings Approval
Item No.
1
General Arrangement Plan
2
Lines Plan
3
Structural Construction Plan in Mid-Ship and Bulkhead Section
4
Construction Profile and Deck Plan
5
Shell Expansion Plan
6
Stem Construction and Stern Construction Plan
7
Superstructures Construction Plan
8
Tank Capacity Plan
9
Fuel Oil Tank Construction and Piping Diagram
10
Engine Mounting Arrangement
11
Power / Speed Estimation and Curve
12
Inclining Experiment Report
13
Intact and damaged Stability information booklet
14
Details of Navigational / Communication Equipment
15
Details of Deck Equipment, Outfitting, Furniture, etc.
16
Details of Main Propulsionl Engines and Marine Gears
17
Details of Electrical Generator Sets and Main Switchboard Diagram
18
Engine Exhaust Plan
19
Engine Room Ventilation and Insulation Plan
20
21
Propellers (or propulsors if the Vessel is not using propeller) Diagram
Details of Tailshaft (or shafts) and Propellers (or propulsors if the Vessel is not using propeller)
22
Details of Steering Arrangement
23
Details of Galvanic Corrosion Prevention (throughout the vessel)
24
Details of Anchoring and Mooring Arrangement Plan
25
Detailed Drawings of External Fire-fighting system
26
Detailed Drawings of CBRN filtration system, its components and parts and installation
27
Control Console Arrangement and Schematic Diagram
28
Instrumentation and Control System
29
Calculation of Fuel Oil Tank Capacity and Fuel Consumption Curves (Diagrams)
30
Details of Electrical and Electronic Equipment
31
Electrical Load Calculations
32
Schematic Layout of Electrical Circuits
33
Ship Overall Ventilation, Temperature and Noise Control Calculations and Drawings
34
Painting Schedule
35
Lightning Protection Arrangment
36
Shaft Torsional Vibration Calculation
37
FMEA Report
38
Navigational Equipment Arrangement Drawing
39
Life-Saving Appliances Arrangement Plan
40
Fire Safety Plan
41
Others as required
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Completion Date
The preliminary drawings (with or without the RO approval) shall be submitted to GNC within TWO MONTHS after
Signing of Articles of Agreement.
Deatails of the drawings and plans to be submitted shall be discussed in the kick-off meeting.
The Contractor should refer to the requirements for the quality, approval (including the approval of the RO), and the
submission of the as-fitted drawings given in the Technical Specifications.
The Contractor should provide here the realistic drawing completion dates of the drawings that are fit for Vessel
construction and for the RO approval, and for the Contractor to complete the construction of the Vessel and to
deliver the Vessel in accordance with the Conditions of Contract.
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VESSEL NAME : “FIREBOAT 7”
Item
Inspection date
Items to be inspected
Outstanding/
Re-inspection/
Remarks
Hull Structure, Layout and Outfitting Inspection
H-1 Mould Lofting
H-2 Construction Materials – steel/aluminium plate mark checking for
hull & superstructure
a. Steel/aluminium plate mark checking for hull &
superstructures
b. Material certificates verification
H-3 Welding consumables & welders certificates
H-4 Keel laying for hull
H-5 Fabrication of hull up to main deck in stages of work, including:
a. Alignment
b. Edge Preparation
c. Welding
d. Workmanship
e. Compliance with approved plans
NDT (X-ray) of welds
f.
g. Hull internal steel work inspection
h. Plating thickness gauging
H-6 Engine bearers fabrication / welding
H-7 Superstructures scantlings & welding checking
H-8 Welding construction and pressure tests of tanks
Fuel oil tank
a.
Tank construction (internal/external/fitting)
b.
Tank pressure test
Freshwater tank
a.
Tank construction (internal/external/fitting)
b.
Tank pressure test
Grey (sewage) water tank
a.
Tank construction (internal/external/fitting)
b.
Tank seating construction/securing arrangement
Oily Water tank (if any) and oily water separator (if any)
a.
Tank construction (internal/external/fitting)
b.
Tank seating construction/securing arrangement
H-9 Hose test for hull & superstructures
H-10 Mock up inspection for the wheelhouse
H-11 Installation of various outfitting items
a.
Anchor and chain
b.
Windlass
c.
Hand pumps
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P3
P3
P3
P3
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P3
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Inspection date
Items to be inspected
d.
e.
f.
Hatches
Doors
Windows
P4
P4
P4
g.
Ventilators
h.
Seating of heavy equipment and masts
H-12 Function tests of various outfitting items
H-13 Watertightness or weathertightness of openings
a.
Manholes
b.
Hatches
P4
P4
P4
c.
Doors
d.
Windows
e.
Ventilator & air pipes
H-14 Painting inspection of different layers
H-15 Draught marks and vessel dimensions verifications
H-16 Arrangement of wheelhouse and accommodation
P4
P4
P4
H-17 Zinc anodes and lightning system
a.
Installation of zinc anodes
H-18 Inspection of fire, heat and sound insulation
a.
Fire insulation
b.
Heat and Sound insulation
c.
Galvanic corrosion prevention insulation
H-19 Interior furnishings
(also attended by two Immigration Dept officers)
a.
Console area
b.
Wheelhouse
c.
Passenger space
d.
Toilets and pantry
H-20 Life saving appliances and fire fighting appliances
a.
Life saving appliance
b.
Fire fighting appliance
P4
P4
P4
P4
P4
P4
P4
P4
P4
P4
P4
P4
P4
P4
P4
H21 Inspection of Sea Chest and grating
a.
Sea chest
b.
Grating
H-22 Inclining experiment
H-23 Sea trials including operation test of outfitting equipment
H-24 Tests for superstructures windows and doors weathertight
P4
P4
P4
H-25 Cleanliness inspection before acceptance
H-26 Inventory check in the HKSAR
H-27 Acceptance and delivery
P4
P4
P4
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Items to be inspected
H-28 Acceptance of As-Fitted drawings and Engines/Equipment
Manuals and documentations.
Machinery and Electrical Installation
EM- 1 General inspection on installation of Machinery:
(a) General inspection on installation of main engines
(b) General inspection on installation of generator sets
(c)
(d)
(i)
(ii)
(iii)
EM- 2
(a)
(b)
(c)
Inspection date
P4
P3
P3
General inspection on installation of auxiliary engines
General inspection on installation of shafting
Propeller taper bedding test
Coupling taper bedding test
Coupling and rudder bolts fitting
P3
P3
Main engines:
Test of engine safety devices and alarms
Test of emergency stop
Inspection of exhaust pipe before lagging
P4
P4
P4
P4
EM- 3 Hydraulic test of sea valve
P4
EM- 4 Inspection of sea water suction strainer
P4
EM- 5
(a)
(b)
(c)
Freshwater system:
General inspection & dimension checking of freshwater system
Freshwater tank low level alarm test
Freshwater tank final cleaning/internal inspection before filling
P4
P4
P4
P4
Freshwater tank high level alarm test
Freshwater tank content gauge calibration and test
Inspection of piping penetration of bulkhead and deck
Hydraulic test of freshwater piping
Functional test of freshwater system
Drinking water suitable for human consumption test.
P4
P4
P4
P4
P4
P4
CBRN shower decontamination system
Fuel oil system:
General inspection & dimension checking of fuel oil system
Fuel oil tank low level alarm test
Fuel oil tank final cleaning/internal inspection before filling
Fuel oil tank high level alarm test
P4
P4
P4
P4
P4
P4
Fuel oil tank content gauge calibration and test
Inspection of piping penetration of bulkhead and deck
P4
P4
(d)
(e)
(f)
(g)
(h)
(i)
(j)
EM- 6
(a)
(b)
(c)
(d)
(e)
(f)
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Item
(g)
Items to be inspected
Hydraulic test of fuel oil piping
EM- 7 Bilge system:
(a)
(b)
(c)
(d)
(e)
Inspection date
P4
P4
General inspection & dimension checking of bilge system
Bilge tank high and low level alarms test
Inspection of piping penetration of bulkhead and deck
Hydraulic test of piping
Functional test of bilge system
P4
P4
P4
P4
P4
Sanitary system:
General inspection & dimension checking of sanitary system
Inspection of piping penetration of bulkhead and deck
Hydraulic test of piping
Functional test of sanitary system
Functional test of sanitary sewage tank
P4
P4
P4
P4
P4
P4
(f) Functional test of CBRN dirty water holding tank
EM- 9 Fire fighting system:
(a) General inspection & dimension checking of fire line system
(including the emergency fire line system)
(b) Inspection of piping penetration of bulkhead and deck
(c) Hydraulic test of fire line
(d) Function test of fire line(including emergency fire line)
P4
P4
P4
EM- 10 Fire extinguishing system:
P4
EM- 8
(a)
(b)
(c)
(d)
(e)
(a)
P4
P4
P4
General inspection & dimension checking of (gas) fire
extinguishing system
Hydraulic & blow test of gas fire extinguishing piping
P4
Test of (gas) fixed fire extinguishing alarm system
Test of fire detection (smoke & heat detectors) alarm system
Functional test of drainage system
Vessel self-cleansing system against CBRN and deck draining
system
(b) Vessel CBRN shower facility drainage system
EM- 12 Hydraulic system
(a) General inspection & dimension checking of hydraulic system
(b) Inspection of piping penetration of bulkhead and deck
P4
P4
P4
P4
(b)
(c)
(d)
EM- 11
(a)
(c)
(d)
Hydraulic test of piping
Functional test of hydraulic system
EM- 13 E/R ventilation system:
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P4
P4
P4
P4
P4
P4
P4
P4
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Item
(a)
(b)
Inspection date
Items to be inspected
Inspection of E/R ventilation fans installation
Function test of start/stop at remote and local control for E/R
ventilation fans
P4
P4
EM- 14
(a)
(b)
(c)
(d)
(e)
EM- 15
(a)
(b)
(c)
Air Conditioning system:
General inspection of air-conditioning system
Inspection and hydraulic test of cooling water system
Function test of air-conditioning system
Air Conditioning full load test during sea trial
CBRN Filtration system testing and Technical Acceptance
Batterries:
Inspection of battery connectors and housing boxes
Inspection of battery charger
Operational test of battery charger
Test of main engines and generator consecutive starting by each
group of battery (start/stop at remote and local control)
P4
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P4
P4
P4
P4
P4
P4
P4
P4
EM- 16
(a)
(b)
(c)
(d)
(e)
Electrical Installation:
Inspection of lightning conductor
General inspection of cable layout & checking of cable sizes
Inspection of cable penetrations of bulkhead and deck
Inspection of transformers
Inspection of tally plates
P4
P4
P4
P4
P4
P4
EM- 17
(a)
(b)
(c)
(d)
(e)
Main switchboard & panels:
Main switchboard & panels - high voltage injection test
Cable size checking of electrical switchboard installations
Inspection of AC distribution panel
Inspection of DC distribution panel
Megger test of the electrical system
Earthing test of the electrical system
P4
P4
P4
P4
P4
P4
P4
EM- 18
(a)
(b)
(c)
(d)
Control Console:
Inspection of wheelhouse control console
Functional test of wheelhouse console controls
Inspection of navigation equipment control panel
Inspection of the CBRN Command Room
P4
P4
P4
P4
P4
EM- 19 Lighting:
(a) Inspection and and functional test of general lighting
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Item
(b)
(c)
(d)
Inspection date
Items to be inspected
Inspection and and functional test of emergency lighting
Inspection and and functional test of floodlight installation
Inspection and functional test of searchlight installation
P4
P4
P4
EM- 20 Navigational Lights and Signals
(a) Inspection and and functional test of Navigational lights
(b) Test of horn/whistle
P4
P4
P4
EM- 21
(a)
(b)
(c)
P4
P4
P4
P4
Shafting (tailshaft and coupling ) system:
Marking/Stamping and material check
Dimension check and taper bedding test
Shaft line checking of stern/shaft bracket and alignment of main
engines and tailshafts
Outstanding/
Re-inspection/
Remarks
EM- 22 Test of window wipers
P4
EM- 23 Inspection of lightning conductor
P4
EM- 24 Electronic equipment tested by EMSD
P4
EM- 25 Test of noise level during sea trial
P4
EM- 26 Any other items that are specific to the design and construction,
and the operation/duties of the Vessel.
(a) CBRN filtration system testing at Government Dockyard
before Delivery Acceptance
(b) Technical Test of the complete External Fire Fighting System
in Hong Kong before Delivery Acceptance.
(c) Test of the Jason Ladder and Inflatable Raft deployment
(Rescue Mode) in Hong Kong before Delivery Acceptance.
(d) Launching and recovery trials of the daughter boat.
P4
P4
P4
P4
P4
EM-27 Inclining Experiment
EM-28 (a) Official Speed Trial
(b) Other Official Sea Trials
Note:
The inspection items are preliminary and not exhaustive, any items found necessary to be
included at a later stage will be added to this list.
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Annex 5
Endurance and Performance Tests
Date of Test:
Place of Test:
Vessel's
Vessel's Name:
Identification:
Conditions at Endurance and Performance Test
Person on
Dummy Weight
board
Fuel (Diesel)
Sea Conditions
Other Equipment
Calm sea with wind speed below 6 knots / maximum wave height of less than 0.5 m / Sea
Water Depth not less than 5 meters
Engines:
Port Side
Starboard Side
Propulsion:
Maker
Maker
Type
Type
Port Side
Starboard Side
Diameter (if
Serial Number
applicable)
Rated Power
Pitch (if applicable)
Direction of
Rated Speed
Rotation
Engine
Engine Vessel
Engine Oil
Time
Time
Fuel Consumption
Engine Load Speed Speed
(in) CW
Pressure
(Start)
(Finish)
(rpm) (Knots)
(litres/mintue)
Others
Temp.
(Bar)
(oC)
__% of rated
Power
50% of Rated
Not less 15 mintues
Power
75% of Rated
Not less 20 mintues
Power
100% of Rated
Power
Not less 30 mintues
(Endurance
Test)
Remarks:
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MD Representative
Shipyard Representative
User Dept Representative
Witness by:
Course
0
45
90
135
180
225
270
315
360
0
45
90
135
180
225
270
315
360
Time Taken
Ahead turning
to (starboard)
Course
Time Taken
Ahead turning
to (port)
Turning diameter:
Ship length
Ahead turning to
(starboard)
Engine R.P.M.
rpm
(Starboard)
Engine R.P.M. (Port)
Max heeling angle
rpm
degree
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Ship length
Turning diameter:
Ahead turning to (port)
Engine R.P.M.
rpm
(Starboard)
rpm
Engine R.P.M. (Port)
degree
Max heeling angle
Conditions for Official Sea Trial
1)
Official Speed Trial
Conditions at Speed-Trial
2)
1
Person on board
37 Persons, each person with 20 kg effect.
(There shall be at least 7 persons. Dummy weight of 70 kg
plus 20 kg effect for each person to be added if person on
board is less than 7 )
2
Fuel, Fresh Water
and other liquid
tanks at the start
of the test
Fuel: Not less than 60% of fuel capacity for the required
Endurance Range
Fresh water: The total capacity necessary for the CBRN
decontamination shower (12 persons at 25 litres per
person) and 200 litre potable fresh water.
3
Other Equipment
500 kg
4
Sea Conditions
Calm sea with wind speed below 5 metres per second and
maximum wave height of less than 1 m
Endurance and Performance Test
Conditions at Endurance and Performance Test
1
Person on board
37 Persons (There shall be at least 7 persons. Dummy
weight of 70 kg plus 20 kg effect for each person to be
added if person on board is less than 7 )
2
Fuel
at the start of the
Not less than 50 % of fuel capacity for the required
Endurance Range
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test
3)
3
Other Equipment
500
kg
4
Sea Conditions
Calm sea with wind speed below 5 metres per second and
maximum wave height of less than 1 m
Manoeuvrability Test
Conditions at Forward Turning Circle Test
4)
1
Person on board
37 Persons (There shall be at least 7 persons. Dummy
weight of 70 kg plus 20 kg effect for each person to be
added if person onboard is less than 7 )
2
Fuel
at the start of the
test
Not less than 35 % of fuel capacity for the required
Endurance Range
3
Other Equipment
500 kg
4
Sea Conditions
Calm sea with wind speed below 5 metres per second and
maximum wave height of less than 1 m
Crash Stop Test / Astern Running Test / Steering Test
Conditions at Crash Stop Test / Astern Running Test / Steering Test
1
Person on board
37 Persons (There shall be at least 7 persons. Dummy
weight of 70 kg plus 20 kg effect for each person to be
added if person onboard is less than 7 )
2
Fuel
at the start of the
test
Not less than 20 % of fuel capacity for the required
Endurance Range
3
Other Equipment
500
4
Sea Conditions
Calm sea with wind speed below 5 metres per second and
maximum wave height of less than 1 m
kg
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Part VII - Annex 7 List of Government Dockyard Contractors
No.
Name of Contractors
Contact
Telephone
Fax No.
Contact Person
1
Cheoy Lee Shipyards, Ltd.
89 & 91 Hing Wah Street West,
Lai Chi Kok, Kowloon.
852 2307 6333
852 2307 5577
C Y CHEUNG
2
Chu Kong Group Shipyard Co. Ltd.
Chu Kong Group Shipyard Building,
93 Hing Wah Street West,
Lai Chi Kok, Kowloon.
852 2815 0333
852 2815 2188
CHAN Wai-mui
3
Discovery Bay Enterprises Ltd.,
Unit 101, Discovery Bay Office Centre,
No. 2, Plaza Lane, Discovery Bay,
Lantau Island, Hong Kong.
852 2436 4883
852 2987 5246
852 2914 0918
CHAN Kam-bue
4
Fat Kee Marine Repairing & Engineering Co. Ltd.,
P.O. BOX 78638,
Mongkok Post Office,
Kowloon, Hong Kong
852 9224 0044
852 2743 8866
852 2768 8811
SIU Chan-shing
5
Hop Kee Engineering Work Ltd.
SHX-1321,
45 Ap Lei Chau Praya Road,
Hong Kong.
852 2785 9221
852 9489 5684
852 2785 9236
LEE Wai-ngung
6
Kwong Sang Engineering Co. Ltd.
Ground Floor,
13 Hop Kwan Street,
Tai Kok Tsui, Kowloon, Hong Kong
852 2785 7879
852 2785 7550
852 9037 4890
852 2786 2510
CHAN Leung-kan
7
Leung Wan Kee Shipyard Ltd.
Lot 11, Tam Kon Shan Road,
Tsing Yi (N), New Territories, Hong Kong
852 2495 1103
852 9424 5112
852 2433 0119
KAN Kwok-biu
8
The Chans’ Shipyard Ltd.
Lot 22-23 Tam Kon Shan Road,
North Tsing Yi Island,
New Teritories, Hong Kong
852 2744 9113
852 2310 8272
852 9053 1211
852 2744 9283
LAM Kwan-chung
9
The Hong Kong Shipyard Ltd.
98 Tam Kon Shan Road,
Ngau Kok Wan, North Tsing Yi,
New Teritories, Hong Kong
852 2436 7188
852 2436 2011
MA Chi-wai
852 9195 8155
852 9196 0117
852 2307 2533
852 2307 1629
852 2307 2637
WONG Tung-lam,
CHEUNG Sui-fan
852 2328 3363
852 2328 3989
LO Kee-sang
852 2746 2888
852 6770 6578
852 2742 2726
852 2307 5500
W K LAM
10
11
12
Tung Hing Ship Builder & Engineering Works Ltd.
Ground Floor, 9 Wai On Street,
Tai Kok Tsui, Kowloon, Hong Kong
Tung Wo Engineering Co. Ltd.
Room 2705, 27th Floor,
New Treasure Centre,
10 Ng Fong Street, San Po Kong,
Kowloon, Hong Kong
Wang Tak Engineering & Shipbuilding Co. Ltd.
3rd Floor, Wang Tak Building,
85 Hing Wah Street West, Lai Chi Kok,
Kowloon, Hong Kong
13
Wing Yip Engineering Works Ltd.
Lot 145, 64 Tam Kon Shan Road,
Tsing Yi, New Territories, Hong Kong
852 2781 2626
852 9238 0502
852 9238 0505
852 2332 2511
Cynthia NGAI,
NGAI Yee-ming
14
Woo Cheng Mechanical Engineering Factory Ltd.
Ground Floor, 195 Tai Kok Tsui Road,
Kowloon, Hong Kong
852 2744 4113
852 2307 6131
852 9016 4527
852 2744 4632
852 2310 4884
CHENG King-yin
15
Yiu Lian Dockyards Ltd.
No. 1-7 Sai Tso Wan Road
Tsing Yi Island,
New Territories, Hong Kong
852 2436 7728
852 2436 7800
852 2436 0712
852 2436 0590
BILL Marcus NG
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Annex 8: As-fitted Drawings and Machinery/Equipment documents and information literature to be delivered
to the Government after Delivery Acceptance
1.
As-Fitted Drawings
1.1
Upon delivery of the Vessel, the Contractor shall deliver to the Government four (4) hard copies and two (2)
soft-copies in pdf. and dwg. files of the following plans and drawings that contain the technical information
of the Vessel and its machinery and equipment as they are when the Vessel is on the day accepted by the MD.
These are termed the final version of the “As- Fitted” Plans and Drawings, and they must consist of the
following ones as well as any other additional ones that may be required by GNC during the design and
construction of the Vessel and before the Vessel is accepted by the Government.
1.2
The as–fitted plans and drawings shall be prepared by professional ship draughtsmen and they shall be
prepared in a professional manner, scale, size and style normally required of in the ship design and
construction business sector. All plans and drawings shall show and be clearly marked for the profile, plan,
and section views of the layout, arrangement details, and construction details in a manner required by GNC
officer.
1.2.1
1.2.2
1.2.3
1.2.4
1.2.5
1.2.6
1.2.7
1.2.8
1.2.9
1.2.10
1.2.11
1.2.12
1.2.13
1.2.14
1.2.15
1.2.16
1.2.17
1.2.18
1.2.19
1.2.20
1.2.21
1.2.22
1.2.23
1.2.24
1.2.25
1.2.26
1.2.27
1.2.28
1.2.29
1.2.30
1.2.31
1.2.32
1.2.33
General Arrangement Plan
Lines plan and offsets data and table.
Stability information booklet and the inclining experiment report.
Hydrostatics, cross curves and intact and damage stability calculations for all ship loading
conditions specified in the Technical Specifications.
Vessel subdivision drawings and stability calculations.
Painting scheme of the whole Vessel.
Vessel draught marking diagram.
Detailed arrangement and layout plan of the wheelhouse, cabins, decks showing the disposition of
all main equipment, fittings and fixtures, furniture, doors, windows, hatches, manholes and access
openings. The down-flooding openings (points) shall be clearing indicated on the drawings.
Equipment layout diagram.
Hull structural construction and hull scantlings drawings.
Hull shell and frames and the framings arrangement and construction plan.
Hull shell expansion plan.
Keel construction plan.
Steering system and steering arrangement diagrams.
Superstructures and deck structural and construction plan.
Hull watertight bulkheads construction plan.
Superstructures to deck connection detailed construction plan.
Deck edge and bulwark (if any) details and construction plan, including detailed structural
arrangement drawings of hull to deck connection.
Detailed cathodic corrosion prevention and arrangement plans and drawings for the Vessel
throughout.
Mast structural and construction plan and mast equipment arrangement plan.
Anchoring arrangement plan.
Piping diagrams for fuel oil, freshwater, lubrication oil, bilge, firefighting, scuppers and drains,
sewage system.
Fire prevention, fire control and firefighting system drawings.
Drawings of the main switchboard and all other switchboards and the electrical system.
Wheelhouse and cabin sound and heat insulation system diagram.
Main engines and generator sets arrangement and sitting plans and drawings of their fuel lines and
exhaust gas piping and arrangement.
Vessel ventilation drawings for the wheelhouse, cabins and other spaces.
Main fuel oil tank drawing and its associated piping and manifold(s), and filling, overflow and
ventilation system.
Freshwater tank and its associated piping arrangement.
Fuel oil tank(s) and its associated piping system.
Drawings for anchor, windlass and the anchoring system.
Lifesaving appliance arrangement plan and fire safety plan.
Distress signals, alarm systems, and internal/external communication arrangement and system plan.
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1.2.34
1.2.35
1.2.36
1.2.37
1.2.38
1.2.39
1.2.40
1.2.41
1.2.42
1.3
Navigation lights, sound and signal diagrams and any other external lighting arrangement plan.
Vessel overall lighting arrangement and light control plan.
Vessel alarm and signals, internal communication systems and public address systems plan.
General layout and arrangement drawing of the air-conditioning system.
Refrigerant piping layout drawing of the air-conditioning system.
Air-conditioning load calculation.
Drawings for waterjet system.
Drawings for external fire fighting system.
CBRN filtration system layout plan, installation plan, wiring and control system plan, and
maintenances sequence and procedures booklet.
Documents to be provided by the Contractor
1.3.1
In not less than one (1) month before the Delivery Acceptance of the Vessel, the Contractor shall
provide for GNC acceptance a list of all documents to be provided.
1.3.2
When the Vessel is delivered to the Government Dockyard the Contractor shall deliver to the
Government all the technical information, leaflets, literature, manuals and booklets etc. and
whatsoever items that are necessary for the operation, handling, services, maintenance, spare parts,
repairs and the technical understanding of any one of all the engines, machinery, motors, pumps,
equipment, fittings and outfitting items of the Vessel.
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Part VII - Annex 9 – Definitions of Wave and Sea
Beaufort
scale
Description
number
Wind speed
< 1 km/h (< 0.3 m/s)
0
Calm
< 1 mph
< 1 knot
< 0.3 m/s
1.1–5.5 km/h (0.3–2 m/s)
1
Light air
Wave
height
Land conditions
0m
Flat.
Calm. Smoke rises vertically.
Ripples without crests.
Smoke drift indicates wind
direction. Leaves and wind
vanes are stationary.
Small wavelets. Crests of glassy
appearance, not breaking
Wind felt on exposed skin.
Leaves rustle. Wind vanes
begin to move.
Large wavelets. Crests begin to
break; scattered whitecaps
Leaves and small twigs
constantly moving, light flags
extended.
Small waves with breaking crests.
Fairly frequent whitecaps.
Dust and loose paper raised.
Small branches begin to
move.
0 ft
0–0.2 m
1–3 mph
1–3 knot
Sea conditions
0–1 ft
0.3–1.5 m/s
5.6–11 km/h (2–3 m/s)
2
Light breeze
4–7 mph
4–6 knot
1.6–3.4 m/s
12–19 km/h (3–5 m/s)
3
Gentle
breeze
8–12 mph
7–10 knot
3.5–5.4 m/s
20–28 km/h (6–8 m/s)
4
Moderate
breeze
13–17 mph
11–16 knot
5.5–7.9 m/s
29–38 km/h (8.1-10.6 m/s)
5
Fresh
breeze
18–24 mph
17–21 knot
8.0–10.7 m/s
39–49 km/h (10.8-13.6 m/s)
6
Strong
breeze
25–30 mph
22–27 knot
10.8–13.8 m/s
7
50–61 km/h (13.9-16.9 m/s)
High wind,
31–38 mph
moderate
gale,
28–33 knot
near gale
13.9–17.1 m/s
62–74 km/h (17.2-20.6 m/s)
8
Gale,
fresh gale
39–46 mph
34–40 knot
17.2–20.7 m/s
75–88 km/h (20.8-24.4 m/s)
9
Strong gale
0.2–0.5 m
1–2 ft
0.5–1 m
2–3.5 ft
1–2 m
3.5–6 ft
2–3 m
6–9 ft
3–4 m
9–13 ft
4–5.5 m
13–19 ft
5.5–7.5 m
18–25 ft
7–10 m
47–54 mph
41–47 knot
20.8–24.4 m/s
23–32 ft
Moderate waves of some length.
Branches of a moderate size
Many whitecaps. Small amounts of move. Small trees in leaf
begin to sway.
spray.
Long waves begin to form. White
foam crests are very frequent.
Some airborne spray is present.
Large branches in motion.
Whistling heard in overhead
wires. Umbrella use becomes
difficult. Empty plastic bins
tip over.
Sea heaps up. Some foam from
breaking waves is blown into
streaks along wind direction.
Moderate amounts of airborne
spray.
Whole trees in motion. Effort
needed to walk against the
wind.
Moderately high waves with
breaking crests forming spindrift.
Well-marked streaks of foam are
blown along wind direction.
Considerable airborne spray.
Some twigs broken from trees.
Cars veer on road. Progress
on foot is seriously impeded.
High waves whose crests
sometimes roll over. Dense foam is
blown along wind direction. Large
amounts of airborne spray may
begin to reduce visibility.
Some branches break off
trees, and some small trees
blow over.
Construction/temporary signs
and barricades blow over.
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89–102 km/h (24.7-28.3 m/s)
9–12.5 m
10
Storm,
whole gale
55–63 mph
48–55 knot
29–41 ft
24.5–28.4 m/s
103–117 km/h (28.632.5 m/s)
11
Violent
storm
11.5–16 m
64–73 mph
56–63 knot
37–52 ft
28.5–32.6 m/s
≥ 118 km/h (≥ 32.8 m/s)
≥ 74 mph
12
Hurricane
≥ 64 knot
≥ 32.7 m/s
≥ 14 m
≥ 46 ft
Very high waves with overhanging
crests. Large patches of foam from
wave crests give the sea a white
appearance. Considerable tumbling
of waves with heavy impact. Large
amounts of airborne spray reduce
visibility.
Trees are broken off or
uprooted, saplings bent and
deformed. Poorly attached
asphalt shingles and shingles
in poor condition peel off
roofs.
Exceptionally high waves. Very
large patches of foam, driven
before the wind, cover much of the
sea surface. Very large amounts of
airborne spray severely reduce
visibility.
Widespread damage to
vegetation. Many roofing
surfaces are damaged; asphalt
tiles that have curled up
and/or fractured due to age
may break away completely.
Huge waves. Sea is completely
white with foam and spray. Air is
filled with driving spray, greatly
reducing visibility.
Very widespread damage to
vegetation. Some windows
may break; mobile homes and
poorly constructed sheds and
barns are damaged. Debris
and unsecured objects are
hurled about.
World Meteorological Organization (WMO) Sea State Code
Sea State Code
Wave Height (meters)
Characteristics
0
0
Calm (glassy)
1
0 to 0.1
Calm (rippled)
2
0.1 to 0.5
Smooth (wavelets)
3
0.5 to 1.25
Slight
4
1.25 to 2.5
Moderate
5
2.5 to 4
Rough
6
4 to 6
Very rough
7
6 to 9
High
8
9 to 14
Very high
9
Over 14
Phenomenal
Character of the Sea Swell
0. None
Low
1. Short or average
2. Long
Moderate
3. Short
4. Average
5. Long
Heavy
6. Short
7. Average
8. Long
9. Confused
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