5-10.2.6 Draining spillage catchments with ban valve
Place container under ball valve of spillage catchment listed below to be drained.
Fuel oil fill station on weatherdeck starboard.
Port or starboard fuel oil storage tank vent on deckhouse top.
Fuel oil day tank vent on deckhouse top.
SSG 1 in void 4 port.
SSG 2 in void 4 starboard.
SAG in void 4 starboard.
Open ball valve.
When draining completed, close ball valve.
Clean up spills.
Dump container liquid into ROWPU spillage catchment deck drain aft of ROWPU HP pump.
5-10.2.7 Transferring bilge water from void to void
When sludge tank Is full and cannot be emptied and bilge water depth in void Is
too high, transfer bilge water, when authorized by the bargemaster, to another void
using PE-250 portable firefighting pump.
Remove PE-250 portable firefighting pump from stowed position in ROWPU space starboard near air
NAVSEA S6225-EM-MMA-010/Model PE-250.
Open hatch to void to be emptied and hatch to void to which bilge water is to be transferred.
Take suction hose through hatch of void to be emptied and lay hose end in bilge water.
Take discharge hose through hatch of void to be filled and lay hose end in bilge.
Operate pump according to NAVSEA S6225-EM-MMA-010/Model PE-250.
After bilge water is transferred, flush pump and hoses with fresh water and perform after operation maintenance
according to NAVSEA S6225-EM-MMA-010/Model PE-250.
Return pump and hoses to stowage areas.
5-11 Shutdown procedures for bilge system
Push main switch on bilge pump motor controller OFF.
Stow suction hose.
5-11.1 Emergency shutdown. See paragraph 2-9.1 for information and procedures on emergency shutdown.
5-12 Operation under extreme conditions
Operation in extreme cold. Cold weather lubricants must be used.
Operation in extreme heat