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1.1

Keyless propeller mounting procedure

-For installation sufficient space is needed.

-Hoisting facilities must be arranged.

1.1.1

Documents

-Instruction “General warnings and cautions”.

-Drawing “Propeller boss”.

-Drawing “Assembly hydraulic nut / ring” (if WCZP supply).

-Instructions for hydraulic nut / ring (if not WCZP supply).

-Propeller push–up diagram.

-Procedure “Propeller cone fit procedure”.

-Instruction “Tools and equipment for (de-) mounting of propeller”.

1.1.2

Preparations

Pay attention to instruction “General warnings and cautions”.

Tools provided with the propeller (see scope of supply for exact WCZP delivery).

Lifting eyebolt for propeller.

 

Pressure gauges and high-pressure pumps.

 

Hydraulic hand pump with high-pressure hose.

 
Hydraulic hand pump with high-pressure hose.   Check propeller fit on the shaft cone. Make sure

Check propeller fit on the shaft cone. Make sure that the fit is according to the classification’s requirements. See the procedure “Propeller cone fit procedure”.

All parts that are fitted for temporary protection, such as covers, caps and plates, have to be left in place as long as possible and are only to be removed for immediate connection to opposite parts.

All pipe ends, O-rings and O-ring grooves are to be inspected for damage before mounting.

All temporarily unprotected parts are to be kept extremely clean.

It is advised to start propeller mounting early in the morning in order to avoid temperature differences between propeller and shaft.

 

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1.1.3 Lift and pull the propeller on the shaft cone

Pay attention to instruction “General warnings and instructions”.

1. Do not unpack propeller hub. Position the propeller at the tapered side of the propeller shaft. Check the port and starboard position if twin propellers, see installation drawings

2. Unpack and clean the propeller shaft cone, check the cone for burrs and damages, repair when necessary, clean and lightly oil the shaft cone.

3. Unpack and clean the propeller bore, check the bore for burrs and damages, repair when necessary, clean and lightly oil the propeller bore.

4. Lift with care the propeller to the proper position in front of the propeller shaft cone. Lifting can be done with slings.

5. Carefully pull the propeller on the propeller shaft cone.

6. Move the propeller on to the shaft until no further movement up the taper is possible.

7. Install the hydraulic nut / ring. The hydraulic nut / ring should have the piston in the fully closed position.

8. Screw the nut / ring to the end of the propeller boss.

9. Remove all plugs of the oil inlet connections in the hub.

10. Provide for all other necessary tools. See instruction “Tools and equipment for (de-) mounting of propeller”.

1.1.4 Determination of the starting point and of the propeller drive up.

For an accurate first determination of the starting point the mounting procedure shall be carried out at least twice.

The starting position when compared between first and second push-up may differ more than 5% of the total required axial drive-up because of the possible bedding action of the fitting process.

Temperature stabilization Time should be allowed to stabilize the temperatures of the propeller and shaft before commencing any push-up procedure. Record the prevailing ambient temperature.

It is essential to commence the push-up process from the correct axial starting point on the shaft. This is achieved by applying an initial start point load with the hydraulic nut / ring without oil injection into the propeller boss. The start point load is given on the drawing “Propeller boss”. The start point load is stamped on the propeller hub as well.

To convert pressure as measured by the pressure gauge on the hydraulic hand pump to a load applied by the hydraulic nut / ring, see the drawing “Assembly hydraulic nut / ring” or to the hydraulic nut / ring suppliers manual.

The appropriate push-up distance has to be determined from the push-up diagram on the drawing “Propeller boss”. When the ambient temperature is measured the belonging push-up distance can be read out or calculated.

Only the axial drive-up distance will give the right position of the propeller. The theoretical mounting force as given in drawing “Propeller boss” is only for guidance to get an indication of the required

 

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pressure in the nut / ring.

The movement of the piston of the hydraulic nut / ring shall not exceed the maximum value as given on the drawing “Assembly hydraulic nut / ring”.

1.1.5 Push–up the propeller on the shaft cone

WARNINGS

• MAKE SURE THAT HIGH PRESSURISED OI L CANNOT LEAK. PLACE PROTECTIVE GUARDS IN POSITION.

MAKE SURE THAT HIGH PRESSURISED OIL CANNOT LEAK. PLACE PROTECTIVE GUARDS IN POSITION.

ALWAYS

WEAR PROTECTIVE GLASSES AND CLOTHES WHEN YOU WORK ON

 

EQUIPMENT.

 

OIL PIPES OR HOSES OF INSUFFICIENT STRENGTH CAN BURST UNDER PRESSURE. SEVERE INJURY CAN RESULT.

DO

NOT

DISCONNECT

HYDRAULIC

PIPES

OR

HOSES

WHEN

PUMPS

ARE

OPERATING.

 

MAKE SURE THAT ALL PROTECTIVE GUARDS AND COVERS ARE CORRECTLY INSTALLED.

• MAKE SURE THAT THE PROPELLER CO NE AND SHAFT CONE PRESSURE IS TOTALLY RELEASED

MAKE SURE THAT THE PROPELLER CONE AND SHAFT CONE PRESSURE IS TOTALLY RELEASED BEFORE RELEASING THE NUT PRESSURE.

 

DANGER COULD RESULT IF THE PROCEDURES ARE NOT FOLLOWED. WARTSIAL-CME ZHENJIANG PROPELLER CO.,LTD DOES NOT ACCEPT ANY CLAIM WITH RESPECT TO DAMAGE DONE AS WELL AS TO OPERATIONAL HAZARDS.

THE INFORMATION GIVEN IN THIS CHAPTER IS FOR GUIDANCE ONLY. THE RESPONSIBILITY FOR FITTING REMAINS IN THE HANDS OF THE SHIPYARD AND TO THE SATISFACTION OF THE OWNERS AND THE CLASSIFICATION SOCIETIES, UNLESS AGREED OTHERWISE.

1. Bleed all air from the hydraulic nut / ring.

2. Slowly inject oil into the hydraulic nut / ring to meet the predetermined start point load pressure. No oil injection in the boss is required.

3. If the propeller moves up the taper without any significant pressure recorded on the hydraulic nut / ring, this indicates a lack of full mechanical contact between bore and shaft. The tightening of the propeller shaft nut might be insufficient. Tighten the nut and repeat from point 1.

4. When the start point load is reached, set the dial gauge to zero.

5. Inject oil into the boss, with the center vent plug removed, until all air is bled from the center vent hole, then plug center vent hole. Continue pumping until oil bleeds at the forward end of the propeller boss.

6. Record the hydraulic nut / ring pressure and all boss injector pump pressures during the axial movement of the propeller at steps of 1 mm. The pressure difference between the two boss injectors should not exceed 10%, as the pressures become higher. Increase pressure in the hydraulic nut / ring and the boss injectors in the same ratio. Operate all pumps i.e. boss injector pumps and hydraulic nut / ring pump.

 

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7. When the maximum piston movement is reached release boss injector pressures while maintaining the hydraulic nut / ring pressure, allowing the boss to settle and oil to drain off for a period of not less than 30 minutes. Record the dial gauge reading.

8. Release pressure from the hydraulic nut / ring. Screw on the hydraulic nut / ring till the piston is again in fully closed position.

9. Repeat the procedure as described in 5 and 6. Add new dial gauge readings to the already recorded readings.

10. When the required axial drive–up is achieved, release boss injector pressures while maintaining the hydraulic nut / ring pressure, allowing the boss to settle and oil to drain off for a period of not less than 30 minutes. Record the dial gauge reading.

11. Release the pressure in the hydraulic nut / ring by slowly opening the pump return valve. Record the dial gauge reading.

At first drive up

12. Remove the propeller; see instruction “Keyless propeller demounting procedure”.

13. Fit the propeller by repeating all steps 1 to 11.

14. In case a hydraulic nut is applied, tighten the nut on to the boss. In case of a hydraulic ring is applied, unscrew the propeller nut. Remove the hydraulic ring and screw on the propeller nut again.

15. Tighten the nut with a wire rope around the nut groove to about 1 ton tension.

16. Fit all plugs in the oil inlet connections. Secure by punch mark.

17. Remove the hoisting facilities from the propeller.

18. If applicable, remove the lifting eyebolt and fit the plug. Secure by punch mark.

19. Clean and store all tools and auxiliary equipment.

20. Continue with mounting the propeller cap, connection of the aft seal liner and installation of the rope guard.

 

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Propeller cone fit procedure

Propeller cone fit procedure

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1.1

Propeller cone fit procedure

- For installation sufficient space is needed.

- Hoisting facilities must be arranged.

1.1.1

Documents

- Instruction “General warnings and cautions”.

- Drawing “Propeller boss”.

1.1.2

Required conditions

- The shaft hole in the propeller boss is either pre-machined to a scraping tolerance or is finish machined.

- When the shaft hole is finish machined by WPNL, a blue fit test on the propeller shaft hole has been carried out. A classification surveyor has witnessed the result of this test.

- In most cases the yard has to perform the blue fit test for a local classification surveyor, even when WPNL already obtained approval of the fit.

- The contract indicates whether the propeller cone is delivered pre- or finish machined.

1.1.3

Preparations

Pay attention to instruction “General warnings and cautions”.

Prepare required tools and blue fit paste.

Sufficient space.

Cleaning material.

1.1.4

Procedure; Fitting of propeller by means of scraping

The shaft hole in the boss is pre-machined to a specified scraping tolerance on the inner diameter. For an accurate fit between propeller and shaft cone an additional scraping shall be carried out. The result of scraping has to be checked by means a blue fit test.

- In order to reduce the possibility of a premature oil leak it is important to avoid linear grooves to the extreme forward and aft ends of the propeller bore. See drawing “Propeller boss”.

- The effect of the scraping shall be regularly checked, by means of a template, cone or shaft fit.

1.1.5

Blue fit test

A classification representative shall witness and approve the results of the blue fit test.

The propeller is not pushed up the shaft cone. For the purpose of contact area determination only the shaft shall be put into the propeller shaft hole.

When the blue fit test is carried out in a machine shop, it is advised to position the propeller (exactly) horizontal on the floor. The shaft is lifted in vertical position above the propeller shaft hole.

1. Clean the shaft or gauge and the propeller cone hole with solvent cleaner.

2. Apply a thin layer of blue fit paste on the shaft or gauge cone.

 

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3. Gently insert the shaft or gauge cone into the propeller. Do not force the shaft or gauge. Only the own shaft or gauge weight is applied during the fit test. If the propeller has to be fitted in horizontal position (for instance behind the ship), the propeller must be pushed onto the shaft using the hydraulic nut. Use in this case the start point load as an alternative for the shaft weight that is used in case of vertical fitting.

4. Protect the propeller blades to prevent damaging. When the cone is completely in the shaft hole, hit one of the propeller blades with a soft hammer. These vibrations will lead to a reliable marking.

5. Check the markings at the propeller cone hole. The fit is acceptable when markings are obtained over a 50 mm band at the extreme forward and aft ends of the propeller cone and on at least 70% of the total cone surface.

6. In case the fit is not acceptable, scrape the propeller cone surface where required.

7. Continue with point 1 and repeat this procedure until satisfactory result.

8. Check the linear grooves to the extreme forward and aft ends of the propeller bore.

9. After approval, clean all cone surfaces and protect all cones against any dirt and damage.

 

Tools and equipment for (de-) mounting of propeller

  Tools and equipment for (de-) mounting of propeller

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1.1 Tools and equipment for (de-) mounting of propeller

- Mount the hydraulic ring or nut (8) on the shaft. The hydraulic ring / nut should have the piston in the fully closed position. Screw the hydraulic ring / nut (8) against the aft end of the propeller.

- Connect the hydraulic hand pump (9) with the high-pressure hose to the hydraulic ring or nut (8).

- Connect the hydraulic hand pump (1) with the high-pressure hose to the propeller boss.

- Fit the connection between the hoses (3) and propeller boss. Connect to the aft most and forward connection of the hub. The middle injection hole on the hub is for air venting.

- Secure a thermometer (yard supply) to the propeller boss with putty (A good surface contact is required)

- Install a micrometer gauge (7) (yard supply) with sufficient stroke on the hydraulic ring / nut pointing at the fwd face of hub. The micrometer is used to measure the push-up distance.

 

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  Tools and equipment for (de-) mounting of propeller

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Item no.

Name

Quantity

1

Hydraulic hand pump

1

2

Pressure gauge

2

3

Flexible hose

3

4

Quick connection nipple

7

5

Quick connection coupling

7

6

Seals

7

7

Micrometer gauge

1

8

Hydraulic nut

1

9

Hydraulic hand pump

1

.

Notes:

- Item numbers not listed have not been used in this install.

-

The quantities shown on the parts list are believed to be correct; the quantities shown on the drawing are for illustration only.

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N D

O F

L I S T

 

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1.1

Keyless propeller demounting procedure

-For demounting sufficient space is needed.

-Hoisting facilities must be arranged.

1.1.1

Documents

-Instruction “General warnings and cautions”.

-Drawing “Propeller boss”.

-Drawing “Assembly of hydraulic nut / ring” (if WCZP supply).

-Instructions for hydraulic nut / ring / (if not WCZP supply).

-Instruction “Tools and equipment for (de-) mounting of propeller”.

1.1.2

Preparations

Pay attention to instruction “General warnings and cautions”.

Tools provided with the propeller (see scope of supply for exact WCZP delivery)

Lifting eyebolt for propeller.

 

Pressure gauges and high-pressure pumps.

 

Hydraulic hand pump with high-pressure hose.

 
Hydraulic hand pump with high-pressure hose.   All parts that are fitted for temporary protection, such

All parts that are fitted for temporary protection, such as covers, caps and plates, have to be left in place as long as possible and are only to be removed for immediate connection to opposite parts.

All temporarily unprotected parts are to be kept extremely clean.

1.1.3

Preparations to loosen the propeller from the shaft cone

-Propeller push–up diagram (located on drawing “Propeller boss”).

 

1. Secure the propeller shaft against accidental rotation and axial movement.

2. Remove the plug and fit the lifting eyebolt (if applicable).

3. Connect the hoisting facilities to the propeller.

4. Remove the rope-guard and dis-connect the aft seal liner from the propeller.

 

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5. Clean the propeller boss, cap and shaft.

6. Remove the propeller cap.

7. Unscrew the nut by a distance equal to the axial drive-up plus 3 mm minimum, but not more than the maximum distance as given on the drawing “Assembly hydraulic nut” or in the instruction manual of the hydraulic nut / ring.

8. Loosen and remove all plugs from the oil inlet connections.

9. Provide for all other necessary tools. See instruction “Tools and equipment for (de-) mounting of propeller”.

10.Bleed all air from the hydraulic nut / ring.

11.Pump the piston of the hydraulic nut / ring forward just enough to regain contact with the aft face of the propeller boss.

1.1.4 Loosen and demount the propeller from the shaft cone

WARNINGS

  MAKE SURE THAT HIGH PRESSURISED OI L CANNOT LEAK. PLACE PROTECTIVE GUARDS IN POSITION.

 

MAKE SURE THAT HIGH PRESSURISED OIL CANNOT LEAK. PLACE PROTECTIVE GUARDS IN POSITION.

ALWAYS WEAR PROTECTIVE GLASSES AND CLOTHES WHEN YOU WORK ON EQUIPMENT.

OIL PIPES OR HOSES OF INSUFFICIENT STRENGTH CAN BURST UNDER PRESSURE. SEVERE INJURY CAN RESULT.

DO

NOT

DISCONNECT

HYDRAULIC

PIPES

OR

HOSES

WHEN

PUMPS

ARE

OPERATING.

 

 

MAKE SURE THAT ALL PROTECTIVE GUARDS AND COVERS ARE CORRECTLY INSTALLED.

  MAKE SURE THAT THE PROPELLER CO NE AND SHAFT CONE PRESSURE IS TOTALLY RELEASED

 

MAKE SURE THAT THE PROPELLER CONE AND SHAFT CONE PRESSURE IS TOTALLY RELEASED BEFORE RELEASING THE NUT PRESSURE.

 
 

DANGER COULD RESULT IF THE PROCEDURES ARE NOT FOLLOWED. WÄRTSILÄ PROPULSION NETHERLANDS BV DOES NOT ACCEPT ANY CLAIM WITH RESPECT TO DAMAGE DONE AS WELL AS TO OPERATIONAL HAZARDS.

THE INFORMATION GIVEN IN THIS CHAPTER IS FOR GUIDANCE ONLY. THE RESPONSIBILITY FOR FITTING REMAINS IN THE HANDS OF THE SHIPYARD AND TO THE SATISFACTION OF THE OWNERS AND THE CLASSIFICATION SOCIETIES.

The protrusion of the piston of the hydraulic nut / ring shall not exceed the maximum value as given on the drawing “Assembly hydraulic nut / ring” or see the supplier's manual.

1. Inject oil into the propeller boss by means of the oil injectors. The grip stress given on the drawing “Propeller boss” gives an indication of the required pressure level to be injected into the boss before the propeller start to loosen. The grip stress for the ambient temperature (in N/mm2, times 10 for bar) increased with an additional 15 % will be sufficient in most cases.

 

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2. The propeller should soon start to move down the taper against the cushioning effect of the oil in the hydraulic nut / ring. After the propeller has moved the pump valve can be opened allowing oil to be ejected from the hydraulic nut / ring. The propeller should now move rapidly afterwards. It is important to keep pressure on the boss injectors during loosening of the propeller.

Note

If the propeller fails to move immediately, maintain the pressure at the maximum until it does move.

3. When the piston of the hydraulic nut / ring is fully closed and the propeller is not yet in its free position, release boss injector pressures while maintaining the hydraulic nut / ring pressure. Allow the propeller boss to settle and oil to drain off for a period of not less than 30 minutes. After that repeat steps 1 and

2.

4. Disconnect all hoses.

5. Put all plugs of the oil inlet connections into place.

6. Carefully pull–off the propeller from the shaft cone.

7. Put the propeller carefully in a safe position.

8. Clean the propeller bore, check the bore for burrs and damages, repair when necessary, clean and lightly oil the propeller bore. Pack the propeller hub.

9. Clean the propeller shaft cone, check the cone for burrs and damages, repair when necessary, clean and lightly oil the shaft cone. Pack the shaft cone.

10.Clean and store all tools and auxiliary equipment.

 

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General warnings & cautions

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1.1

WARNINGS

 

ALWAYS BE CAREFULL WHEN WORKING AROUND ROTATING COMPONENTS.

ALWAYS BE CAREFULL WHEN WORKING AROUND ROTATING COMPONENTS.

CHECK THE EQUIPMENT FREQUENTLY TO PREVENT POSSIBLE DANGEROUS CONDITIONS.

FOLLOW THE DIRECTIONS IN THE MANUAL.

 

 

  USE APPROVED HOISTING POINTS AND CERTIFIED LIFTING EQUIPMENTOF ADEQUATE CAPACITY.

 

USE APPROVED HOISTING POINTS AND CERTIFIED LIFTING EQUIPMENTOF ADEQUATE CAPACITY.

MAKE SURE THAT EQUIPMENT CAN NEITHER TILT NOR MOVE DURING LIFTING.

MAKE SURE THERE IS SUFFICIENT SPACE AND THAT WORKERS ARE IN SAFE POSITIONS.

MAKE SURE THERE IS SUFFICIENT SPACE AND THAT WORKERS ARE IN SAFE POSITIONS.

  MAKE SURE THAT YOU SHUT OFF THE PRIME MOVERS AND ALL PUMPS, DISCONNECT THE

 

MAKE SURE THAT YOU SHUT OFF THE PRIME MOVERS AND ALL PUMPS, DISCONNECT THE ELECTRIC POWER SUPPLY AND CLOSE ALL RELEVANT VALVES, WHEN YOU WORK ON EQUIPMENT

MAKE SURE THAT THE PRIME MOVER CANNOT BE ACCIDENTALLY STARTED.

MAKE SURE THAT THE PRIME MOVER CANNOT BE ACCIDENTALLY STARTED.

PUT WARNING SIGNS IN POSITION.

 

MAKE SURE THAT NO ONE IS WORKING ON THE EQUIPMENT BEFORE STARTING THE PRIME MOVER.

DO NOT, UNDER ANY CIRCUMSTANCES, START THE PRIME MOVER OR OPERATE EQUIPMENT WHEN A WARNING SIGN IS ATTACHED.

  MAKE SURE THAT HIGH PRESSURISED OIL CAN NOT LEAK. PLACE PROTECTIVE GUARDS IN POSITION.

 

MAKE SURE THAT HIGH PRESSURISED OIL CAN NOT LEAK. PLACE PROTECTIVE GUARDS IN POSITION.

ALWAYS WEAR PROTECTIVE GLASSES AND CLOTHES WHEN YOU WORK ON EQUIPMENT.

OIL PIPES OR HOSES OF INSUFFICIENT STRENGTH CAN BURST UNDER PRESSURE. SEVERE INJURY CAN RESULT.

DO NOT DISCONNECT HYDRAULIC PIPES OR HOSES WHEN PUMPS ARE OPERATING.

MAKE SURE THAT ALL PROTECTIVE GUARDS AND COVERS ARE CORRECTLY INSTALLED.

MAKE SURE THAT SHAFT ROTATION IS NOT POSSIBLE.

MAKE SURE THAT SHAFT ROTATION IS NOT POSSIBLE.

MAKE SURE THAT ACCIDENTAL AXIAL MOTION OF SHAFTS IS NOT POSSIBLE.

  DO NOT MIX METRIC FASTENERS WITH OTHER (STANDARD) FASTENERS. MISMATCHED OR INCORRECT FASTENERS WILL

 

DO NOT MIX METRIC FASTENERS WITH OTHER (STANDARD) FASTENERS. MISMATCHED OR INCORRECT FASTENERS WILL CAUSE DAMAGE TO OR MALFUNCTION OF EQUIPMENT OR CAN RESULT IN INJURY.

 

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Doc. no. DMYI000063 Rev. 01 Page 2 / 2 MAKE SURE THAT THE PROPELLER CONE AND

MAKE SURE THAT THE PROPELLER CONE AND SHAFT CONE PRESSURE IS TOTALLY RELEASED BEFORE RELEASING THE NUT PRESSURE.

MAKE SURE THAT NO PERSONNEL IS STANDING CLOSE TO ANY PART OF THE PROPELLER DURING WITHDRAWING.

1.2

CAUTIONS

ALWAYS ATTACH LIFTING EQUIPMENT TO THE LIFTING POINTS OR TO PLACES INDICATED ON THE (TRANSPORT)

ALWAYS ATTACH LIFTING EQUIPMENT TO THE LIFTING POINTS OR TO PLACES INDICATED ON THE (TRANSPORT) DRAWINGS. USE SHACKLES OR SLINGS.

DO NOT ATTACH LIFTING EQUIPMENT TO MACHINED SURFACES, SHAFT ENDS, PIPING WORK OR OTHER EXTERNALLY MOUNTED EQUIPMENT.

 

MAKE SURE THAT YOU PLACE SUFFICIENTLY SIZED OIL OR FLUID CATCH TANK(S).

ALWAYS COLLECT AND REMOVE SPILLED OIL OR FLUID FROM (DIS)-ASSEMBLY PROCEDURES.

MAKE SURE THAT YOU DRAIN SYSTEM OIL OR FLUID BEFORE EQUIPMENT DISASSEMBLY.

 

DO NOT USE ALKALINE OR CHEMICAL DETERGENTS TO CLEAN, RUBBER, SYNTHETIC OR PAINTED COMPONENTS. THEY CAN CAUSE DAMAGE TO EQUIPMENT. WIPE WITH A DRY CLOTH ONLY.

 

ALWAYS EARTH SCREENED CABLES EXCLUSIVELY AT CABINET SIDE, NEVER AT PANEL NOR COMPONENT SIDE.

 

ALWAYS CONNECT TO A GOOD EARTH POINT WHEN WELDING, CLOSE TO THE WELDING AREA TO AVOID DAMAGE TO EQUIPMENT SURFACES.

WHEN WELDING PROTECT THE SURROUNDING FROM WELDING SPATTERS.

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WCZP article

Mass (kg)

Thread size

Length (mm)

Diameter (mm)

Work load (ton)

 

WZJ00000221

2,8

M48

140

80

10,3

 

WZJ00000222

6,8

M64

190

110

18,9

 

WZJ00000223

8,0

M72x6

205

110

24,7

WZJ00000224

12,8

M80x6

225

135

31,3

 

WZJ00000225

25,4

M100x6

280

170

51,2

 

WZJ00000226

45,0

M120x6

330

200

76,2

 

Push-up Diagram & Stamp data

 
 

axial displacement

 
 

17.5

17.0

17.0
 

axial displacement [mm]

16.5

16.0

15.5

15.0

 

14.5

 

0

5

10

15

20

25

30

35

 

temperature [degr. C]

 
 

push up load

 

7800

 

7600

7600

push up load [kN]

7400

7200

7000

6800

6600

 

0

5

10

15

20

25

30

35

 

temperature [degr. C]

 
 

gripp stress

 

80

78

  80 78
 

gripp stress [N/mm2]

76

74

72

70

68

 

66

 

0

5

10

15

20

25

30

35

 

temperature [degr. C]

 

Push-up distance at 15 degr. C.:

 

15.98 mm

The propeller should have the following information hard stamped on the outside of the boss:

 
 

C06…

Start point load Axial push-up at 0 degr. C. Axial push-up at 35 degr. C. Class stamp Certificate No. Class surveyor No. Date:

660

kN

Diam.

7400

mm

16.92

mm

Pitch Mean

4968

mm

14.73

mm

AE/AO

0.569

 

Mass

30826

kg

J

78928

kgm2 (in air)

Material:

Cu3

Revision

Date

Comment

 

Mod. Form

         

Date:

Article number:

 

Hull No.

 

Mod.:

Drawn:

LiYing

3/12/2007

   

07131

 

0311501~515,518

 

Checked:

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