Section III. Operating procedures
In an emergency, follow emergency procedures posted on bulkheads and
vacate void 2 port.
3-3 Operating procedures. Chlorination system operating procedures are provided as follows:
Normal operations - paragraph 3-4.
Priming brine tank and holding tank - paragraph 3-5.
Chlorine generation and recirculation - paragraph 3-6.
Chlorination unit descaling - paragraph 3-7.
Initial flushing with seawater - paragraph 3-7.1.
Flushing with acid - paragraph 3-7.2.
3-4 Normal chlorination system operation
Perform prestart procedures in paragraph 3-2.
Make sure brine tank and holding tank are primed and holding tank is producing enough chlorine. If not,
prime tanks according to paragraph 3-5 and start generating and recirculating chlorine according to
Check sight on metering pump to ensure oil level is up to mark. Add oil if necessary.
Turn alarm ON/OFF switch on control cabinet (Figure 3-5) ON.
Turn brine pump ON/OFF switch inside control cabinet (Figure 3-) ON.
There are two valves CU14 on Barge 1. Ensure that both are opened.
A semiannual adjustment should be made using higher flow rate In summer and
lower flow rate in winter. Local climatic conditions should determine final flow rate.
Set Chlorination unit makeup water flowmeter (Figure 3-1) to 36 gph.
Turn function switch on control cabinet (Figure 3-5) to AUTO.