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SAFETY REGULATIONS

BR400 / 4000
For Type Series 400 / 4000

DK-SV-0001 / V03 / 03.03.2016


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©2016 MTU Onsite Energy GmbH

Original document was created in German.

This publication including all its parts is protected by copyright. Each instance of use requires the prior written
consent of MTU Onsite Energy GmbH. This applies in particular to duplication, dissemination, editing,
translation, microfilming, and storage and/or processing in electronic systems, including databases and online
services.

Subject to technical alterations in the interest of further development.

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Table of Contents

Table of Contents
Table of Contents ....................................................................................................................................................... 3
1 Regulations ............................................................................................................................................. 4
1.1 Standards for Warning Notices ................................................................................................................ 4
1.2 General ..................................................................................................................................................... 5
1.2.1 Technical data / permissible operating limits ........................................................................................... 6
1.2.2 Use ........................................................................................................................................................... 7
1.2.3 Changes and modifications ...................................................................................................................... 7
1.2.4 Spare parts ............................................................................................................................................... 7
1.3 Personal and Organization Requirements ............................................................................................... 8
1.3.1 Requirements of personnel ...................................................................................................................... 8
1.3.2 Organizational measures ......................................................................................................................... 8
1.3.3 Work clothing and protective equipment .................................................................................................. 9
1.4 Transport ................................................................................................................................................ 10
1.4.1 General information ................................................................................................................................ 10
1.4.2 Setting down the module/genset/engine after transport ........................................................................ 10
1.5 Safety Provisions when Working on Engines, Gensets and Block-Type Thermal Power Station
Modules ................................................................................................................................................. 11
1.5.1 Safety regulations during commissioning .............................................................................................. 11
1.5.2 Safety regulations during operation ....................................................................................................... 11
1.5.3 Engine operation .................................................................................................................................... 11
1.5.4 Maintenance and repair work ................................................................................................................. 12
1.6 Auxiliary Materials, Fire Prevention and Environmental Protection ....................................................... 16
1.6.1 Fire prevention ....................................................................................................................................... 16
1.6.2 Noise ...................................................................................................................................................... 16
1.6.3 Environmental protection ....................................................................................................................... 16
1.6.4 Fluids, lubricants and auxiliary substances ............................................................................................ 16
1.6.5 Natural gas ............................................................................................................................................. 17
1.6.6 Lead ....................................................................................................................................................... 17
1.6.7 Acids and alkalies .................................................................................................................................. 17
1.6.8 Paints and lacquers ................................................................................................................................ 17
1.6.9 Compressed air ...................................................................................................................................... 18
1.6.10 Used oil .................................................................................................................................................. 18
1.7 Disassembly and Disposal ..................................................................................................................... 19

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1 Regulations
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1.1 Standards for Warning Notices


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DANGER
Warns of imminent danger that may cause severe bodily injuries or may be fatal.

SH-G-100
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WARNING
Warns of a potentially hazardous situation that may cause severe bodily injuries or may be

SH-W-100
fatal.

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CAUTION
Warns of a potentially hazardous situation that may cause moderate or minor bodily injuries.

SH-V-100
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NOTICE
Warns of a potentially hazardous situation that may cause property or ecological damage.
SH-H-000

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Notes on safety
Before starting or repairing the product, read and familiarize yourselves with all the warning notices.
Also pass on all the notes on safety to the operating, maintenance, repair and transportation personnel.
 For module and genset
 For engine
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1.2 General
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Applicable to block-type thermal power station module / genset


The block-type thermal power station module / genset, on the basis of its design and construction in the version we
have put into circulation, complies with the relevant fundamental safety and health requirements of the EC
Machinery Directive. The instruction manual at hand is only applicable to the module supplied by MTU Onsite
Energy. The manufacturer of the complete machinery plant must certify conformity in accordance with the EC
Machinery Directive for the complete plant and draw up a higher-ranking instruction manual.
Applicable to engine
The spark-ignition gas engine is not a complete machine as contemplated by the "EC Machinery Directive". The
manufacturer of the complete machinery plant must certify conformity in accordance with the applicable "EC
Machinery Directive" and draw up an instruction manual for this machine.
In addition to the notes and information provided in this publication the generally applicable, country-specific,
statutory and other binding regulations and provisions pertaining to accident prevent and environmental protection
must be observed.
The engine, genset or block-type thermal power station module is built in accordance with today's state-of-the-art
technology and with the applicable rules and regulations.
The engine / genset / block-type thermal power station module can pose risks to persons and physical assets:
 if not used for its intended purpose
 if operated, serviced and repaired by untrained personnel
 if changes or modifications are made
 if safety notes/instructions are not observed
If, in spite of all safety precautions having been taken, an accident should occur, seek expert medical attention
immediately.
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DANGER
Hazardous area

SH-G-112
Risk of fatal injuries
Only authorized personnel may enter the machine room/system area after the system has
been shut down.
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1.2.1 Technical data / permissible operating limits


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Gas engines are designed for continuous operation in a defined power range.
The following limitations apply in order to guarantee maximum availability of the machine and to reduce
maintenance requirements to a minimum.
Following initial operation of the engine, a minimum runtime of an average of 4 operating hours per start averaged
over the last 1000 operating hours must be observed. This must be guaranteed to prevent the reduction in service
life of components – in particular, cylinder head / cylinder-head gasket.
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Operation time regarding partial mode for BR400


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Power based on rated load Maximum duration under this Minimum duration during
load subsequent operation under load >
50%
5% to 30% 30 minutes 120 minutes (pro rata)
30% to 50% 120 minutes 120 minutes (pro rata)
50% to 100% No limitation No limitation
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Operating times under partial load for Series 4000 (natural gas)
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Power based on rated load Maximum duration under this Minimum duration during
load subsequent operation under load >
50%
5% to 20% 30 minutes, max. 25 hours per 120 minutes
year
20% to 35% 5 hours, max. 25 hours per year 120 minutes
35% to 100% No limitation No limitation
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Operating times under partial load for Series 4000 (biogas)


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Power based on rated load Maximum duration under this Minimum duration during
load subsequent operation under load >
50%
5% to 20% 30 minutes, max. 25 hours per 120 minutes
year
20% to 50% 5 hours, max. 25 hours per year 120 minutes
50% to 100% No limitation No limitation
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Reduced service lives of components can be expected if the permissible operating times of the Series 4000
engines in the power ranges below 50% (or 35%) of rated power (under ISO reference conditions) are exceeded. A
consequence of this is that the intervals for replacing components specified in the maintenance schedule may be
reduced considerably. In such cases, the reduced component service life shall not be covered by the MTU
warranty. If the specified minimum duration in operation is greater than 50% (or 35%) of rated power, which must
always take place at operation below 50% (or 35%) of rated power, is undershot, this usually has similar negative
effects on the service life of components.
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1.2.2 Use

 Engine / genset / block-type thermal power station module are intended exclusively for the purpose
contractually stipulated or presupposed on delivery!
 Any use that differs from or extends beyond this purpose is deemed to be non-intended use!
 The manufacturer accepts no liability for damage resulting from such non-intended use; the risk is
borne solely by the user!
 Intended use includes reading and observance of the instruction manual and compliance with the
maintenance and repair regulations!

1.2.3 Changes and modifications

 Unauthorized changes to the engine / genset / block-type thermal power station module compromise
safety!
 MTU Onsite Energy will neither accept liability nor fulfill warranty obligations for damage arising from
unauthorized changes or modifications!

1.2.4 Spare parts

 Only genuine spare parts may be used to replace components or assemblies!


 In the event of damage arising from the use of non-genuine spare parts, all liability and warranty
claims against the manufacturer will be invalidated!
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1.3 Personal and Organization Requirements


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1.3.1 Requirements of personnel

 Work on the engine/genset/CHP module may only be carried out by trained, instructed and authorized
personnel who have the necessary training and authorization!
 Authorization of the individual persons must be documented in writing.
 Do not use personnel who are younger than the statutory minimum age.
 The consumption of alcohol and the use of drugs and strong medication is prohibited!
 Persons with implanted medical devices such as heart pacemakers must stay clear of any
environment identified as electromagnetic field!
 Smoking is prohibited in the area of the plant!
 The individual responsibilities of the personnel for operation, maintenance and repairs must be defined
by the customer / operator!
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1.3.2 Organizational measures

 This document must be issued to the operating, maintenance, repair and transportation personnel!
 This document must be kept permanently to hand at the engine / genset / module site and be
accessible at all times to the operating, maintenance, repair and transportation personnel!
 The personnel must be instructed with the aid of this document in handling and repairing the engine /
genset / module, in the course of which the safety notes and instructions in particular must be
explained!
 This applies in particular to personnel who only work occasionally on the engine or plant! These
personnel should be instructed on a regular basis!
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1.3.3 Work clothing and protective equipment

 For all work to be carried out, wearing work clothing that meets safety requirements is mandatory.
 Depending on the type of work to be performed, wear additional protective equipment, e.g. safety
goggles, protective gloves, hard hat and apron.
 Work clothing must be tight-fitting so that it cannot catch on rotating or protruding parts!
 Do not wear short-sleeved jackets and shorts.
 Long, untied hair is not permitted (e.g., hairnets must be worn)!
 Do not wear jewelery (rings, chains, etc.)!
 Suitable safety boots must be worn in assembly area S3 (e.g., when working on the engine)!
 Suitable safety boots must be worn in electrical areas specified as electrical class 00 or 0 (e.g., when
working in electrical areas); alternatively, appropriately insulated mats e.g. rubber mats can be used!
 Wear ear defenders!
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1.4.1 General information

 Suspend the module/genset/engine only from lifting lugs that are intended for this specific purpose!
 Use only suitable transportation and lifting equipment!
 The center of gravity of the module/genset/engine must be taken into consideration!
 Transport the module/engine/genset in the installation position only, max. permissible pulling angle
10°!
 In case of special packaging with aluminium foil, suspend the module/engine/genset from the lifting
lugs of the bearing block or transport with appropriate equipment (forklift truck) corresponding to the
load!
 Before transporting the module/genset/engine, install the crankshaft transportation lock and the engine
mounting block!
 Secure module/genset/engine to prevent toppling over during transportation. In particular, when
traveling over inclines and ramps, secure the module/genset/motor to prevent slipping and toppling
over.

1.4.2 Setting down the module/genset/engine after transport

 Use the correct lifting gear when lifting heavy parts!


 Do not lift the engine higher than absolutely necessary!
 Never work alone and always wear a hard hat. Never stand, work or walk under a suspended load!
 Set down the module/genset/engine on a level, firm surface only!
 Observe the quality and bearing capacity of the floor/ground or set-down surface!
 Unless expressly authorized by MTU Onsite Energy for a specific engine, never set the engine down
on the oil pan!
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1.5 Safety Provisions when Working on Engines, Gensets and Block-


Type Thermal Power Station Modules
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Observe the electrical safety regulations specific to the country in question.


For example, 5 safety rules apply for Germany (VDE).
 Isolate from the mains power supply
 Secure against turning on again
 Verify safe isolation from the mains power supply
 Grounding and short-circuiting
 Cover adjacent, live (voltage-carrying) parts

1.5.1 Safety regulations during commissioning

Before the product is started up for the first time, it must be installed in accordance with the relevant regulations
and then accepted in accordance with MTU regulations.
Prior to every startup of the equipment or plant, make sure that
 all maintenance and repair work has been completed.
 all loose parts have been removed from rotating machine parts.
 nobody is standing in the danger area of moving machine parts.
 the protective covers have been fitted.
 the transportation lock has been removed.
 the crankshaft transportation lock has been removed.

1.5.2 Safety regulations during operation

All personnel must be trained regularly in the operation sequences for emergencies.
The operator must be familiar with the control and display elements.
The operator must be aware of the consequences of every operation step performed by him/her.
The operator must perform the individual operation steps as described in the documentation.
During operation the display instruments and monitoring groups must be constantly observed with regard to current
operating states, for adherence to the limit values, and for warning and alarm signals.
When a fault is detectable on the system or signaled by the system:
 Notify the management personnel in charge.
 Evaluate the signal/message!
 If necessary, carry out emergency measures, e.g. EMERGENCY-STOP of engine!
 Make sure that the plant cannot be operated by unauthorized personnel.

1.5.3 Engine operation

 Wear ear defenders while the engine is running!


 Start the machine room's ventilation system before starting up the plant!
 The temperature in the machine room must not drop below 5°C at any point:
"Risk of freezing“!

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 Escaped or spilled fluids and lubricants must be immediately mopped up or soaked up with
appropriate binding agents!
 The exhaust gases from a combustion engine are toxic. Inhaling these exhaust gases is damaging to
health. The exhaust system must not show any signs of leakage and must discharge the exhaust
gases to atmosphere!
 While the engine is running do not touch any live (voltage-carrying) parts such as battery terminals,
cables or ignition system components (ignition coils, ignition cables, spark plug connectors)!
Exception:
To determine the ignition voltage and the ignition timing on the engine, it will be necessary to attach a
measuring probe to the ignition cable (refer to the work instruction), ensuring that the probe is
adequately earthed/grounded in so doing. Furthermore, "Class S3" safety gloves and safety shoes
with appropriate insulating soles must be worn!
 Incorrectly shielded electrical parts can cause strong electric shocks and thus injury!
 Never disconnect water, oil, fuel, compressed-air or hydraulic lines while the engine is running!
 Beware of exposed air intake openings while the engine is running. Risk of body parts being sucked
in!
 Beware of hot components while the engine is running and stopped. Risk of burning!
 Beware of rotating, moving parts while the engine is running. Risk of injury!
 Never run the plant dry, i.e. without being filled with lubricants and coolant!

1.5.4 Maintenance and repair work

Unless express permission has been given, do not carry out any maintenance or repair work on the engine / genset
/ CHP module while it is running.
 Secure the engine / genset / CHP module against unintentional starting!
 Shut off the gas supply to the engine!
 Actuate EMERGENCY-STOP at the engine/genset/BHKW module interface panel (MIP) or use key-
operated switch, if provided. Remove the key.
 Display a "Do Not Start" sign in the operator's room or on the control unit.
 Access by unauthorized persons is prohibited.
 Disconnect starter battery!
Never rectify faults or carry out repairs without the necessary experience or failing to have access to special tools!
Only authorized skilled personnel shall be permitted to perform maintenance and repair work!
All work on gas-carrying parts must be carried out by a licensed specialist company.
Installation and connection of the gas supply may only be carried out by a specialist company with personnel
specially instructed in and authorized for these tasks!
Use only tools which are working properly or calibrated!
Do not work on engines or components which are suspended in the air by a crane's lifting gear. Always support the
lifting gear in accordance with regulations with suitable equipment before beginning maintenance or repair work!
Before turning over the starter, ensure no persons remains in the engine's danger zone. After completing work on
the engine, check that all protective devices have been fitted and all tools and loose parts have been removed from
the engine!
Fluids escaping under high pressure can penetrate clothing and skin and cause serious injury. Before beginning
work, it is essential to depressurize the fluid and lubricant systems that must be opened!
Never remachine fuel lines or structural elements of the fuel system and do not install any lines or structural
elements which have been remachined or are not approved for individual use. Keep fuel lines and the connections
clean. When lines are removed or opened, always seal off all openings with caps and covers, and check for leaks!

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Do not damage the fuel lines during maintenance and repair work. To tighten the connections when installing lines,
apply the correct tightening torque and make sure that all holders and dampers are correctly installed!
Make sure that all fuel lines and pressure oil lines are spaced at a sufficient distance from other components so as
to prevent contact with other components (chafing). Do not place fuel or oil lines on a hot part, except during
installation as required by the construction.
Elastomers (e.g. Viton sealing rings) are safe under normal working conditions. The material will decompose in the
event of a fire or temperatures in excess of 300°C. Hydrogen fluoride vapours are released in the process. The
acid that is formed will result in serious burns if it comes into contact with skin. If elastomer seals look charred or
resinified, do not touch them with bare hands! Wear protective gloves!
Beware of hot liquids and gases in lines, pipes and chambers. Risk of burning!
Wait for components which have been heated for installation or removal purposes to cool down before touching
them. Risk of burning!
Do not touch hot parts of the compressor and the exhaust system. Risk of burning!
Take care when removing vent or screw plugs from the engine. To prevent liquids from escaping under pressure,
hold a rag/cloth over the screw or the plug. The risk of an accident is even greater if the engine was only shut down
a short time ago and the liquids may as a result still be hot.
Take care when draining hot fluids and lubricants. Risk of scalding!
Catch the fluids and lubricants in a suitable container, soak up spilled liquids with binding agent or mop up.
When working on the fuel system, ventilate the machine room thoroughly and shut off the main gas supply.
Use safety-compliant access aids and work platforms when working above head height. Make sure engine
components are set down on a stable surface!
In the interests of avoiding back injuries when lifting components, adults are permitted to lift or carry, depending on
their age and sex, a maximum weight of between 10 kg and 30 kg, therefore:
 Use lifting gear or obtain assistance!
 Make sure that all chains, hooks, slings etc. have been tested and approved, demonstrate adequate
carrying capacity, and that hooks are correctly positioned. Lifting lugs must not be subjected to lateral
loads!
Adhere to conditions of absolute cleanliness when carrying out maintenance and repair work on the machine plant.
After completing the maintenance and repair work, make sure that no loose parts have been left in/on the machine
plant!
Welding work
Welding on the engine or on mounted assemblies is prohibited!
Pressing on and off
Only the fixtures for pressing on and off prescribed in the work schedule and in the assembly instructions may be
used!
The max. permissible push-on pressure for the fixture for pressing on and off must not be exceeded!
Do not bend lines under pressure or exert force on them!
Observe the following before beginning the pressing operation:
 Vent the fixture for pressing on and off, the pumps and the pipe system at the points designated for
the plant used (e.g. open vent plugs, pump until air-free oil emerges, close vent plugs)!
 During the pressing-on operation screw on the fixture with the piston retracted!
 During the pressing-off operation screw on the fixture with the piston extended!
On a fixture for pressing on and off with central expansion pressure supply, screw the spindle into the shaft end
until the sealing effect is achieved!

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While components are being hydraulically pressed on and off, make sure that no-one is standing in the immediate
vicinity of the component to be pressed on. As long as the system is pressurized there is a risk of the component to
be pressed on suddenly "jumping off" from the pressure connection.
Check the fixtures prior to use at regular intervals (checking for cracks)!
Electrical / electronic assemblies
Before starting any maintenance and repair work or before completing the necessary deactivation of parts of the
electronic system, it is essential to obtain the approval of the person responsible for the plant!
Before carrying out work on assemblies, it is essential to shut off the power supply to the corresponding areas. If a
specific measures calls for a power supply, reference is made to this at the appropriate point in the documentation!
Do not damage cabling during removal work; instead, install in such a way that during engine operation the cabling
is not subjected to a risk of damage by contact with sharp edges, rubbing against a part or by contact with a hot
surface!
Do not secure cabling to liquid-carrying lines, as the latter can get very hot!
After completing maintenance or repair work, correctly reconnect and secure all cables that have been released.
After every repair, the device or the plant must be subjected to appropriate function tests. It is not sufficient to
conduct a separate check of the repaired component without incorporate in the system network!
If cables rest on mechanical components and there is a risk of chafing, they must be secured accordingly with
cable clamps!
The spare parts must be stored properly prior to replacement, i.e. protected in particular against moisture. Faulty
electronic components or assemblies must be correctly packed for transportation for repair, i.e. in particular
protected against moisture, shock-resistant and if necessary in antistatic wrapping.
Working with laser equipment
Wear special laser protective goggles when working with laser equipment.
Laser equipment can generate extremely intensive, highly focused radiation through the effect of stimulated
emission in the range of visible light or in the infrared or ultraviolet spectral range. Laser radiation can cause
damage due to photochemical, thermal or optomechanical effects. First and foremost there is a risk of irreparable
damage to the eyes!
Laser equipment must be equipped, according to their class and use, with the protective devices required for safe
operation!
Laser work may only be carried out by commissioned, trained personnel!
An instruction manual on performing laser work must be provided!
Operation of electrical devices
Failure to observe the warning notices applicable to the devices will result in serious physical injury or damage to
property!
When electrical devices are being operated, certain parts which do not have shock protection can be electrically
live!

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Battery
 The gases discharged from the battery are explosive. Avoid sparking and naked flames!
 Do not allow battery acid to come into contact with skin or clothing!
 Wear protective goggles!
 Do not place any tools on the battery!
 Before connecting the cables to the battery, make sure that the polarity is correct. Reversing the
battery polarity may result in injuries which are caused by acid suddenly escaping or the battery body
exploding!
 Please read and comply with the battery manufacturer's safety provisions!
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1.6.1 Fire prevention

Do not under any circumstances smoke, introduce naked flames or operate electric heaters in the engine room!
Repair fuel or oil leaks immediately; even small amounts of oil or fuel on hot parts can cause a fire; therefore,
always keep the engine clean. Do not leave rags/cloths soaked in fluids and lubricants lying on the engine. Do not
store flammable materials in the proximity of the engine!
Do not carry out welding work on pipes and parts that contain oil or fuel!
Clean with a non-flammable liquid prior to welding. After cleaning, wait (approx. 5 minutes) until the vapour/air
mixture created has thinned sufficiently with air so as to prevent the formation of an explosive atmosphere which
may be ignited by a spark during welding work!
When starting the engine with an external power source, connect the earth/ground cable last and disconnect it first.
To avoid sparking close to the battery, connect the earth/ground cable of the external power source to the engine's
earth/ground cable or to the starter's earth/ground terminal!
Always keep extinguishing equipment (fire extinguishers) at hand and ensure you are fully capable in handling
them.

1.6.2 Noise

Noise can give rise to an increased accident risk if it interferes with the ability of personnel to perceive/detect
acoustic signals, warning calls or noises indicating danger!
Wear suitable ear defenders in all workplaces with a sound pressure level exceeding 85 dB(A).

1.6.3 Environmental protection

Dispose of used fluids, lubricants and filters in accordance with the applicable on-site regulations!
Tampering with the fuel or control systems can affect the engine's performance and exhaust emission behaviour
such that compliance with the statutory environmental conditions or the specified exhaust gas values is no longer
guaranteed!
To achieve the emission limit values, it is permitted to use only fuels of the prescribed quality (MTU Fluids and
Lubricants Specification)!
In Germany, the VAwS (Regulation for Plants on Handling Water-Polluting Substances) is applicable, i.e. work may
only be carried out by a specialist firm (MTU Onsite Energy is a specialist firm)!

1.6.4 Fluids, lubricants and auxiliary substances

Use only fluids and lubricants which have been tested and approved by MTU Onsite Energy!
Store fluids, lubricants and auxiliary substances in suitable and correctly labeled containers! When handling fluids,
lubricants and other chemical substances, read and adhere to the safety instructions applicable to the product in
question. Take care when handling hot, supercooled or caustic substances. When handling readily flammable
substances, avoid contact with ignition sources, do not smoke!

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1.6.5 Natural gas

Read and observe the safety data sheet!


Caution: Highly flammable gas forms an explosive mixture in combination with air / oxygen!
Caution: Gas with low numbing effect, risk of asphyxiation in very high concentrations!
Leak-test all gas-carrying pipes prior to startup and at regular intervals during operation!
Action in the event of accidental release of fuel gases:
 Stop the escape of gas!
 Shut down the ignition source!
 Cordon off a wide area around the danger area!
 Ventilate rooms adequately!
 Do not enter the danger area until a measurement of the gas concentration has established that the
atmosphere is safe.

1.6.6 Lead

 When working with lead (starter batteries), avoid direct contact with the body, do not inhale lead
fumes!
 Wash hands if they come into contact with lead or substances containing lead.

1.6.7 Acids and alkalies

 When working with acids and alkalies, wear protective goggles or a face mask, gloves and protective
clothing.
 In the event of irritation, remove affected clothing immediately!
 Wash injured parts of the body in plenty of water!
 Rinse eyes immediately with an eyewash bottle or clean mains water!
 If such substances have come into contact with eyes or have been swallowed, after using an eyewash
bottle or after drinking water, seek immediate medical attention (medical specialist or hospital) so that
potentially vital measures can be initiated.
 Enclose instructions on handling acids and alkalies with the appropriate first aid instructions.
 Enclose the operating instructions for batteries.

1.6.8 Paints and lacquers

 Ensure that rooms are well ventilated when carrying out painting work outside the spray booths fitted
with extractor facilities.! Make sure that there are no impairments at subsequent workstations!
 Do not introduce naked flames!
 No smoking!
 Adhere to the preventive fire protection regulations!
 Wear protective masks against paint and solvent fumes.

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1.6.9 Compressed air

Compressed air is air compressed under pressure and is stored in pressure vessels, from which it is then drawn.
The pressure under which the air is stored can be read off at pressure gages, which must be attached to the
pressure vessels and also to the compressed-air lines!
Always observe special safety precautions when handling compressed air:
 Observe the maximum pressure level in the compressed-air system or pressure vessel!
 Either the apparatus and devices to be connected must be designed for this pressure or, if the
pressure permitted for them is lower, pressure reducing and safety valves (set to the permissible
pressure) must be integrated in between. Hose couplings and connectors must be securely fastened!
 Wear protective goggles when blowing workpieces off or blowing chips/swarf away!
 It is advisable to fit the mouthpiece of the air nozzle with a safety disk (e.g. made from rubber) which
suppresses the rebound of particles flying around and protects personnel against eye injuries!
 First close off compressed-air lines before disconnecting a compressed-air device from the supply line
or before the device or the tool is to be exchanged!
 Do not use compressed air for improper purposes, e.g. forcing flammable liquids (danger categories
AI, AII and B), out of vessels. EXPLOSION HAZARD!
 Do not blast compressed air into thin-walled vessels (e.g. made of sheet metal, plastic, glass) for
drying or leak-testing. EXPLOSION HAZARD!
 Do not use compressed air to blow fouled clothing off the body!
 Even compressed air at low pressure penetrates clothing and can when blowing off the back penetrate
the colon and cause fatal tearing of the intestines.

1.6.10 Used oil

 Used oils can contain combustion residues that are damaging to health!
 Rub protective skin cream into hands!
 Wash hands after they come into contact with used oil!
 Wear protective gloves!
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Packaging must be disposed of in accordance with the local regulations and provisions.
Removed components must be disposed of on the basis of their material identification markings in accordance with
the local regulations and provisions.
All liquid substances (e.g. used oil, antifreeze, etc.) associated with the plant must not be drained into the drinking
water system or the public sewers, nor may they be disposed of with regular domestic waste. This hazardous
waste must be identified separately and disposed of in accordance with the local regulations and provisions.
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