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ANFOMATIC

INSTRUCTION MANUAL

INSTALLATION AND COMMISSIONING


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INDEX

1.0 INTRODUCTION
1.1 General System Description
1.2 Safety Precautions

2.0 MATERIALS AND EQUIPMENT


2.1 Electrical
2.1.1 Power Control Unit
2.1.2 Electric Cable
2.1.3 Junction Box
2.2 Alloy Anodes

3.0 INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS


3.1 Power Control Unit
3.2 Connecting Cables/Junction Boxes
3.3 Anode/Cofferdam/Flange
3.4 Anode Replacement Procedure

4.0 COMMISSIONING

5.0 OPERATION & DISPLAYS

6.0 MAINTENANCE

7.0 SPECIFIC VESSEL DETAILS

8.0 LOG DATA SHEET

9.0 NOTES

10.0 SPARE PARTS LIST

11.0 DRAWING SCHEDULE


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1.0 INTRODUCTION

1.1 General System Description

Principle of Operation.

Marine fouling and biological fouling commonly occur in seawater circulation


systems. This involves the establishment of marine plants and animals, and bacterial
growths. These fouling organisms enter the system in microscopic and macroscopic
form, e.g. larvae and spats, settle and develop into adult forms wherever favourable
environmental conditions exist.

Hard fouling by mussels, barnacles etc. most commonly occurs in seawater circuits
and can result in interference in flow conditions, blockage and increased corrosion.
Traditional chemical methods of water treatment to prevent fouling are now less
favoured particularly, for example, chlorination. Chlorine accelerates corrosion rates,
usually by causing pitting attack on steel, is environmentally unacceptable and
treatment requires continuous monitoring and control.

The Anfomatic System.

The Anfomatic system employs a variation of the well-established impressed current


cathodic protection principle. Direct current applied to the copper anode(s) releases a
controlled quantity of copper ions into the system to create an environment in which
primary forms of marine life do not grow.

Current applied to the aluminium anodes releases a ‘floc’, a precipitate of aluminium


hydroxide which can help reduce corrosion rates on ferrous components in the
seawater system by modifying the ferrous oxides formed and film deposition.
Ferrous anodes in the system are designed to help with corrosion reduction in non-
ferrous materials.

The Anfomatic system is automatic, requires minimal maintenance and is


environmentally friendly. Mussels and similar marine life which are the primary
cause of blockage in marine sea water cooling systems are not killed by the Cupric
ions given off by the Anfomatic anodes. The environment created is hostile without
being fatal and prevents the microscopic embryos from attaching to pipeline walls,
settling or developing. A further benefit of the Anfomatic system is that potable
water distillation plants can be operated without interruption.

Anode functions are as follows:

WW - Cuproline: Anti-fouling
WW - Aloline: Reduction in corrosion of steel materials.
WW - Ferroline: Reduction in corrosion of copper based materials.

1.2 General Safety Precautions for Electrical Equipment


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The following is given as a guideline only and the operators own safety rules
and regulations should be followed at all times.

Non-energised Equipment

1. Isolate the supply, carry out the “Tag Out” system drill or
equivalent as specified by the operators own safety procedures.

2. Obtain an approved voltage tester and check it against a known good


power supply. Test the equipment circuits across all lines and between
each line and earth to ensure that it has been isolated from its power
supply before you touch it. Check the tester again after use.

3. Ensure that any capacitors associated with the equipment are


fully discharged, fitting shorting straps if necessary.

Energised Equipment

Work on ‘live’ equipment is only to be carried out if there is no alternative.


Personnel involved must be briefed on the precautions.

1. Do not take risks.

2. Wear electrically insulated gloves if practicable or work with one hand


if possible, keeping the other away from live circuits and components.

3. Use insulated tools if practicable taking particular care that tools do


not cause short circuits.

4. Stand on rubber insulating mats. Avoid leaning on adjacent bulkheads


of equipment.

5. Wear insulating footwear. Certain types of footwear contain


conducting material and are not electrically safe.

6. Be aware of the voltages that are or can be present.

7. Do not rely on interlocks or other safety devices and unless it is


essential, do not render interlocks or safety devices inoperative.

8. Do not work alone. Make sure your assistant knows the electric shock
procedure, also where and how to isolate the power supply in an
emergency.
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2.0 MATERIALS AND EQUIPMENT

2.1 Electrical

2.1.1 Power Control Units

2.1.2 Electric Cable

2.1.3 Junction Box

2.1.1 Controller Power Units.

The Mk IV modular control unit is a variable voltage, constant current unit designed
for single-phase input power supplies of between 90v to 260v or 350 to 450v AC at
50-60Hz and is available in two cabinet sizes. The smaller cabinet (AM1528) can
accommodate between one and five control modules with the larger cabinet
(AM1529) being able to accommodate between six and ten. Each two-channel
control module is rated at a maximum 65-Watts power output with each output
channel having a maximum output of 3.5 amps DC at 12 volts.
Refer to drawings AM1528 & AM1529

The Mk V non-modular control unit is a variable voltage, constant current unit


designed for single-phase input power supplies of between 90v to 260v AC at 50-
60Hz. Each four-channel unit is rated at a maximum 130-Watts power output with
each output channel having a maximum output of 3.5 amps DC at 12 volts. This
model is intended for use where available space is at a premium.
Refer to drawing AM1521

The Mk VI non-modular control unit is a variable voltage, constant current unit


designed for single-phase input power supplies of between 90v to 260v AC at 50-
60Hz. Each two-channel unit is rated at a maximum 65-Watts power output with each
output channel having a maximum output of 3.5 amps DC at 12 volts. This model is
intended for use on small vessels or for installation in remote locations with feedback
to a master control via a CAN network.
Refer to drawing AM1522
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2.1.2 Cable

(a) Input

All input cables and shrouds are of shipyard supply. Fittings, terminations,
glands, etc are also usually of shipyard supply. The AC supply cable size is
rated according to the maximum DC output of the power unit. Usually, a very
small conductor size is adequate but for physical and electrical reasons, it is
preferable to use a larger cable conductor size than the nominal current
capacity needed. Cable insulation, armouring and sleeving is dictated by ship
classification requirements.

Input cable size of minimum cross-section 4 sq. mm per conductor is


recommended.

e.g. 3 X 4 sq. mm PVC/PVC/SWA/PVC

(b) D.C. Output

The positive DC output from each channel is connected to a corresponding


anode (positive output) and the common negative to each sea chest, strainer or
reaction vessel in which the anodes are installed respectively (negative return)
via an intermediate junction box.

Single core, 6mm2 cable is generally adequate for DC distribution to the


anodes without any significant voltage drop or alternatively multi-core cables
may be used. For convenience many systems utilise 3 core cable per module
output with two positive to anti-fouling and corrosion mitigation anodes
respectively and one negative to the sea chest (see Drawing No. AM 1164).

An armoured ship wiring cable for DC supply is recommended (e.g.


EPR/CSP/GSW/CSP) unless cable tray or conduit is used for distribution. In
such cases cables with acceptable insulation and sleeving alone can be
adequate (e.g. EPR/CSP or XLPE/PVC/PVC). Cable voltage rating is not
significant since units operate well below 18 volts DC with the maximum
output of the power unit rated at 12 volts except in specialist applications.

(c) Earthing

An insulated earthing cable with a recommended minimum 6 mm2 , single


core should be connected from the earth connection on the power unit housing
to a suitable external earth point.
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2.1.3 Junction Boxes (Optional Supply)

An intermediate junction box facilitates separation of individual anodes from the


supply thus avoiding interference with the rest of the system during inspection or
anode replacement.

Junction boxes should be intrinsically safe or have an IP rating to client specification.


Corrpro Companies Europe supplies polymer enclosures rated to IP65 for two, four
and six anode arrangements in each sea chest.
Refer to Drawings AM1513, AM1514 & AM1515.

2.2 Alloy Anodes

A typical anode assembly, complete with cofferdam and mounting flange is shown in
drawing No. AM1500. The anode can be separated from the cofferdam and flange as
shown in drawing AM1503

Anode size and material type is indicated by an alphanumeric code identifying the
model, material & dimensions of each anode.

Typical examples of minimum anode material required for anti-fouling are given
below for various flow rates at 2, 3 and 5 year dry docking cycles.

Flow Rate (m3/Hr) 2 years 3 years 5 years


100 6.6 Kg 9.9 Kg 16.4 Kg
200 13.2 Kg 19.8 Kg 32.9 Kg
300 19.7 Kg 29.6 Kg 49.3 Kg
400 26.3 Kg 39.5 Kg 65.8 Kg
500 32.9 Kg 49.3 Kg 82.2 Kg
600 39.5 Kg 59.2 Kg 98.6 Kg
700 46.0 Kg 69.0 Kg 115.1 Kg
800 52.6 Kg 78.9 Kg 131.5 Kg
900 59.2 Kg 88.8 Kg 147.9 Kg
1000 65.8 Kg 98.6 Kg 164.4 Kg
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3.0 INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS

3.1 Installation of the Power Control Unit

3.2 Connecting Cables & Junction Boxes

3.3 Anodes, Cofferdams & Flanges

3.1 Power Control Unit

The control panel should be located as near as possible to a suitable AC power supply
and the anode locations in order to minimise the DC cable length and voltage drop.

The control panel location should meet the following requirements:

(a) Max. ambient temperature of 50 deg. C. (Unit rated to 55 deg. C).

(b) Adequate space around unit to assist ventilation.

(c) Approx. head height to facilitate ease of reading display, current adjustment in
operation or servicing.

(d) Be easily accessible.

(e) Be in a safe, non-hazardous environment

(f) Bulkhead mounted or secured to a suitable base

3.2 Cable Connections - Power Control Unit, Junction Box & Anodes

Input AC cable connection points and earthing cable connections are clearly marked
inside the power control unit. Positive output terminals for connection to the anodes
and a common negative cable connection are clearly marked inside the unit. If a
power failure relay is installed, connections will be clearly marked.

Refer to drawings:

Mark IV Unit: 2 to 10 output channels: AM1528-1


Mark IV Unit: 12 to 20 output channels: AM1529-1
Mark V Unit: AM1521-1
Mark VI Unit: AM1522-1

The DC supply cable to the anodes should be connected to the intermediate junction
box provided. This is supplied complete with gland inputs and connection terminals.

Refer to drawings:
AM 1513, AM1514, AM1515 (polymer enclosures types 1 to 3)
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3.3 Anodes, Cofferdams and Flanges

Where possible, anodes should be installed in the position specifically shown or


advised for each vessel.

The anodes are installed in the selected compartments, usually sea chests, injection
strainers, crossover channels or specially designed reaction vessels.

(a) The agreed positions for the apertures for the cofferdam entry points should
be clearly marked and burnt or cut out taking precautions to protect
surrounding equipment with heat resistant blankets etc. A stand-by fire
extinguisher and fire sentry should be provided.

(b) The mating flange to receive the anode and cofferdam flange should be
welded in position with continuous welds on both inside and outside joints
and inspected by the relevant certifying authority at the time of installation.

(c) To provide a connection point for the negative return, a screw or suitable
alternative connection can be welded onto the sea chest mounted flange or to
any other convenient location in direct and continuous electrical contact with
the sea chest or hull to obtain a zero resistance connection.

(d) All weld scales should be removed and any damaged paint work reinstated.

(e) Lift cofferdam at flange using 2 x eyebolts supplied.

Carefully lift the anode & cofferdam assembly and lower the anode into the
sea chest or strainer. Ensure that the cofferdam flange lines up correctly with
the mating flange welded to the hull and making sure that the rubber gasket is
in the correct position. Evenly tighten down the anode cofferdam flange nuts
taking care not to exceed the maximum rating of 244 Nm.

(THE PROCESS IS REPEATED FOR ALL ANODES)

Note: All threaded sections of nuts, bolts and the cofferdam lid must
be lightly coated with marine lubricant.

(f) Remove the eyebolts and store for further use.

(g) Make the negative cable connection onto the welded flange. AFTER making
this connection, the stud and nut assembly should be completely covered with
a light coating of Marine Lubricant.
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(h) Secure anode cables and negative single cable together and take back for
connection in the junction box.

Anode Type Cofferdam Colour Cable Colour

WW Cuproline Blue Red


WW Aloline Silver Grey Black
WW Ferroline Black Black

Note: Cable colour scheme is indicative only and refers only to Corrpro
Companies (Europe) Ltd. standard supply cable. Where client
specified cable is supplied it may not be possible to match this colour
scheme.

(i) When vessel is afloat, carry out leakage tests by checking for ingress of water
into the cofferdam.

3.4 Anode Replacement Procedure

Power to the anodes must be switched off before carrying out the following
procedure. Vessel must be in dry dock or the sea chest completely sealed off to
prevent ingress of water.

(a) Loosen cable gland located on top of the cofferdam lid.

(b) Unscrew cofferdam lid and slide along the cable until the lid is clear of the
cofferdam.

(c) Disconnect the cable from the anode support stud. Secure cable and lid safely.

(d) Secure two (2) lifting eyes to cofferdam flange assembly.

(e) Remove the eight (8) cofferdam flange securing nuts.

(f) Carefully lift out the anode/cofferdam assembly.

(g) Remove the lock nut and main securing nut from the support stud. Carefully
remove all accompanying washers.

(h) The cofferdam can now be separated from the anode.

(i) Ensure that the cofferdam is clean and then fit to the new replacement
assembly.

(j) Replace washers in correct sequence and secure cofferdam with nuts supplied.
The main securing nut should set to a minimum torque of 100 lbs./ft.

(k) Using a suitable test meter ensure that the anode is electrically isolated from
the cofferdam mounting.
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(l) Locate complete assembly in the sea chest and secure with the eight (8)
cofferdam flange nuts. Ensure gasket is in position and tighten down evenly.

(m) Connect anode positive cable, re-fit lid and tighten cable gland.

A specific data sheet for each vessel stating anode sizes, locations and operating conditions is
provided (Section 7.0). This data sheet is for completion on board by the vessel’s engineers
after installation and testing of the equipment has been carried out. All anodes are designed
with a +20% margin allowing for overrun and higher current settings if required.
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4.0 COMMISSIONING AND FAULT FINDING

4.1 Commissioning

(ONLY TO BE CARRIED OUT WHEN THE VESSEL IS AFLOAT)

a) Check all cable connections at power control unit, terminal box and anodes.

b) Identify each positive output and relevant anode, and record the same.

c) Switch on AC supply and then the panel on/off switch.

e) Adjust output to the recommended current values on each anode.

4.2 Fault Finding

FAULT PROBABLE CAUSE REMEDIAL ACTION


LCD display on one module Faulty module. Exchange module with
fails to illuminate. another that is known to be
working. If fault remains on
original module, return to
manufacturer for replacement

Anode current reduces to 1. Break in electrical circuit Check continuity of circuit


zero output and a warning with anode. Repair as necessary.
symbol ∆ appears.
2. Anode Consumed Replace as necessary

LCD displays on all modules Blown control fuse. Check internal fuses and
fail to illuminate. Power on replace as necessary.
LED remains illuminated.

LCD displays on all modules 1. Blown power supply fuse. Check internal fuses and
fail to illuminate. Power on replace as necessary.
LED fails to illuminate.
2. Power supply failure. Check power supply.

Bio-fouling growing in sea Incorrect current output Check settings and adjust as
water cooling system. settings. necessary.
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5.0 OPERATION & DISPLAYS

Each Mk IV plug-in module controls two individual output channels. The Mk V and
VI models have a fixed number of output channels with displays configured in the
same way as the modular units.

The new style Power Module has a new look front plate that comprises of a graphic
LCD display and four control buttons. The buttons function left to right as follows:

Function: Symbol

“Cancel” or “Exit Menu” ←


“Up” or “Increase” ↑
“Down'” or “Decrease” ↓
“OK” or “Enter” ↵
The Main Screen.

On initial power up the LCD will display the manufacturers logo for a period of 4
seconds, or until any function button is pressed. The display will then default to the
main indicator screen, which shows actual current on both output channels with
channel 1 at the top and channel 2 below.

To the right of the current digits there is an indicator icon which in normal condition
shows the anode material identifier. This identifier can be set to show “Cu” for
Cuproline, “Al” for Aluminium or “Fe” for Ferrous on either channel. A fourth
option exists should only one output channel be required to operate on a module and
selecting “BLANK” for either channel from the anode identification menu will
remove the output reading from the main display.

The Set Current screen.

From the main screen pressing the “ENTER” button allows the user to set the desired
anode currents. At the first press of the “ENTER” button the word “SET” will appear
next to channel 1, and the user can use the “UP” and “DOWN” buttons to increase or
decrease the desired value. If a button is held down it will accelerate the increase or
decrease count.

If no other button is pressed for 4 minutes or the “CANCEL” button is pressed next
the display will return to the main screen.

Pressing the “ENTER” button a second time will result in the word “SET” appearing
next to channel 2. The desired current can then set for channel 2 in the same way as
for channel 1

Pressing “ENTER” again will advance to the status menu.

The Status menu screen.

This screen will display a menu of three items, “OPTIONS”, “HOUR COUNTS”
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and “VOLTAGES”. The module software version is also displayed in the bottom
right corner of the screen.

The user can move through the menu using the “UP” and “DOWN” buttons to
highlight each menu item and then press “ENTER” to select the function.

Pressing “CANCEL” or not pressing a button for 4 minutes will return to the main
screen.

The Options menu

The Options menu shows a further five items to allow the user to set the shutdown
current percentage, material identifier and shutdown input.

In each of the Shutdown screens the “UP and “DOWN” buttons can be used to set
the percentage of the normal current that should flow when the module shutdown
input is connected to ground or the manual shutdown is selected. Pressing “ENTER”
is required to confirm changes. “CANCEL” will discard the changes and return to
the Options menu.

In each of the Anode ID screens the “UP” and “DOWN” buttons can be used to
select the anode material from one of “Cu” for Copper, “Al” for Aluminium, “Fe” for
Ferrous or “BLANK” for no display. Pressing “OK” is required to confirm changes.
“CANCEL” will discard the changes and return to the Options menu.

In the Shutdown Input screen the “UP” and “DOWN” buttons can both be used to
toggle the shutdown input between “SIGNAL” and “MANUAL” to select either the
volt-free contact signal input or manual shutdown control.

The Hour Count screen

The hour counters show four items. All are accurate to 1/10th hour (6 minutes).

Line 1: shows the total number of anode run hours since the last reset.
Line 2: shows channel 1 total Ampere hours since the last reset.
Line 3: shows channel 2 total Ampere hours since the last reset.
Line 4: shows the total module hours run since manufacture and can not be reset.

When the anodes are replaced the user can enter this screen and pressing both the
“UP” and “DOWN” buttons simultaneously will reset the anode counters. Pressing
“CANCEL” will return to the Status menu.
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The Voltages screen

This screen shows anode voltages, the module internal temperature and the total
power consumption for that module. Voltages are accurate to 0.1V, the module
temperature is accurate to 5C and the power is in watts.

Pressing “CANCEL” will return to the Status menu.

Shutdown Operation

Each module can be set to respond to either manual control or a remote input signal.

If “Manual” shutdown mode is selected then the “UP” and “DOWN” buttons can be
used to go between normal operation (UP) and shutdown mode (DOWN).

If “Signal” shutdown mode is selected then the module will only respond to an
external input signal such as “pump running/pump stopped”. In this mode “UP” and
“DOWN” for selecting between normal running and shutdown are disabled

The selected setting is stored even if power to the module is removed.

Abnormal Condition

In abnormal condition a warning symbol is “∆” displayed. This warning icon will
show if the set output current on a channel cannot be maintained or if the total power
consumption for the module exceeds the maximum safe value rated at 57W per
module.

If the power limit is exceeded for more than 8 seconds the warning icon will appear
next to both channels, and the module will reduce the output current for each channel
to 35% of the set value. The module will stay at a reduced output for a period of 4
minutes, or until “CANCEL” is pressed. The module will then attempt to return to
100% of the set current value. If the power limit is exceeded again it will cycle in
this way until the problem is removed.

Remote CAN control

Each module has a CAN bus network interface brought out to the backplane
connector enabling monitoring and control through another linked anti-fouling unit, a
remote terminal or even PC interface. The module transmits data onto the bus every
second, giving information on each anode current, voltage, power and temperature.
The module can also be commanded to output a specific current which overrides but
does not alter, the module stored set current.

6.0 MAINTENANCE

The maintenance requirement for the Anfomatic system is minimal. The system
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operates at constant current output and does not therefore require adjustment unless
the operational requirements specifically require regular adjustments to be made.

A weekly recording of current outputs on each anode is recommended for which a log
sheet is provided as enclosed.

This provides a record of the system's operation, an indication of any changes in


function and a reminder when anode replacements are scheduled.

A complete loss of current on any anode should be investigated by checking all cable
connections, power panel fuses or by interchanging modules.

Regular electrical maintenance should be carried out according to the operators own
procedures and planned maintenance system.

Anodes should be replaced at the end of their designed life span or during each dry
docking of the vessel according the procedure laid down in the manual.
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7.0 SPECIFIC VESSEL DETAILS

(To be completed on board at time of commissioning by appointed engineer)

PROJECT REFERENCE NUMBER

VESSEL NAME

INSTALLATION DETAILS

POWER CONTROL UNIT

AC INPUT CABLE

PANEL EARTH CABLE

JUNCTION BOX

POSITIVE ANODE CABLE

NEGATIVE CABLE

ANODE LOCATION DIAMETER/SIZE CURRENT SETTINGS

7.0 SPECIFIC VESSEL DETAILS.....Cont.

PROJECT REFERENCE NUMBER

VESSEL NAME
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INSTALLATION DETAILS

INSTALLATION DATE/LOCATION

OPERATION PERIOD

ORDER DATE FOR REPLACEMENT ANODES

OTHER RELEVANT INFORMATION / ENGINEERS COMMENTS


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8.0 LOG DATA SHEET

See over.
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Corrpro
Companies
Europe Limited Anfomatic System Log
"A Commitment to Excellence"
Adam Street, Bowesfield Lane
Stockton on Tees, Cleveland. TS18 3HQ
Telephone (01642) 614106 (8 lines)
Telex 587388
Fax (01642) 614100

Vessel Ship Owner Month CPU Serial Number

Anode Amperage Reading Anode Location


Week 1 Week 2 Week 3 Week 4 Week 5
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
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9
.0 NOTES
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9.0 NOTES…..Cont.
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10.0 SPARE PARTS LIST

ITEM: Part. No.

Power Unit:

Power Unit Complete State CPU serial No.

CPU Step Down Transformer AN-CPU(TR1)


Module Transformer. AN-CPU(TR2)
Plug in Module. AN-CPU(M)
Power Failure Relay Kit AN-CPU(PFA)
Door Key AN-CPU(K)
3 Amp Fuse AN-CPU(F3)
5 Amp Fuse AN-CPU(F5)
Indicator Lamp Bulb AN-CPU(IL)

Anode Installation Mountings (AM 1500):

Cofferdam AN/CD-1500
Cofferdam Lid AN/CD(L)-STD
Mounting Boss AN/CD(MB)-STD
Mounting Boss Gasket AN/G-MB
“O” Ring Seal AN/G-OX
M.16 Galvanised Stud AN/ST(MB)-M16
M.16 Galvanised Nut AN/NF-M16
M.16 Galvanised Washer AN/WF-M16
Cable Gland M.16 entry AN/CG-M16

Anode Installation Mountings (AM 1211/1):

Cofferdam AN/CD-SB
Cofferdam Lid AN/CD(L)-SB
Mounting Boss AN/CD(MB)-SB
Mounting Boss Gasket AN/G-MB(SB)
“O” Ring Seal AN/G-OX
M.12 Galvanised Stud AN/ST(MB)-M12
M.12 Galvanised Nut AN/NF-M12
M.12 Galvanised Washer AN/WF-M12
Cable Gland M.16 entry AN/CG-M16
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Anode Installation Cables:

Positive Anti-fouling Anode Supply Cable (5 meter) CXP006R


Positive Anti-corrosion Anode Supply Cable (5 meter) CXP006B

The Following Items supplied as part of complete or replacement anode assemblies:

Heat Shrink Sleeve AM1500/4


Nitrile Gasket AM1500/6
Rigid PVC Washer AM1500/7
Rigid Sleeve AM1500/8
Phenolic Resin Washer AM1500/9
Galvanised Washer AM1500/11
Galvanised Full Nut AM1500/12
Galvanised Lock Nut AM1500/13
6mm2 X M.8 Brass Terminal AM1500/14
High Tensile Support Stud AM1500/23
Galvanised Spring Washer AM1500/24
M.8 Brass Screw & washer AM1500/25

Replacement Anodes:

State either three letter identifier code (e.g. AM1501-SJT) or anode dimensions & material.
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11.0 DRAWING SCHEDULE

1. AM 1366 Typical Installation

2. AM 1164 Anfomatic General Arrangement

3. AM 1528 Modular Controller Power Unit Mk IV (2-10 channels)

4. AM 1529 Modular Controller Power Unit Mk IV (12-20 channels)

5. AM 1521 Modular Controller Power Unit Mk V (4 channels)

6. AM 1522 Controller Power Unit Mk VI (2 channels)

7. AM 1528-1 Modular CPU Terminal Connections (Mk IV units only, 2-10 channel)

8. AM 1529-1 Modular CPU Terminal Connections (Mk IV units only, 12-20 channel)

9. AM 1521-1 Non-Modular CPU Anode Connections (Mk V unit)

10. AM 1522-1 Non-Modular CPU Anode Connections (Mk VI unit)

11. AM 1500 Anode General Assembly.

12. AM 1501 Anode General Arrangement

13. AM 1211-1 General Arrangement (75mm dia. and smaller)

14. AM 1513 Junction Box Detail Type 1 (2 Anodes)

15. AM 1514 Junction Box Detail Type 2 (4 Anodes)

16. AM 1515 Junction Box Detail Type 3 (6 Anodes)

17. AM1376-1 Plug In Module General Assembly

AM 1503 Replacement Anode – Electrode Detail (General).