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Auxiliary Systems Evaporator Support Form

Tuesday, September 26, 2017

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Ship Information
Ships' Name Hull Number

Contact Information
Name Rank
Telephone Number Extension Number
Email Address
Work Center

Equipment Manufacturer Information
Serial Number Model Number
Technical Manual Number

Brief Descprition Of Problem

Preliminary Information
Is the boiler steam plant pressure steady and not fluctuating for the supplied steam to this evaporator?
Is your air ejector condenser vent line steadily venting steam to the atmosphere? A slight "puffing" of steam is normal.
Are any the evaporator systems high or flooded, such as Flash Chambers, Distillate Sight Glasses, or Feed Water Heater Sight Glasses?
Are any of the pump mechanical seals leaking fluid or pulling a suction from the atmosphere, such as Distillate Pump, Condensate Pump, or/and Brine Pump?
Pumps that have packing glands and packing strands, in lieu of mechanical seals, are designed for a slight leak off rate of 20 to 40 drops per minute.
Is pump leak off rate 20 to 40 drops per minute?
Is the packing gland dead ended to the pump casing body?
Is the packing gland allowing air to be sucked back into the pump body cavity?
When was the last time the Feed Water Heater Tubes were cleaned?

Pressure Gauge Readings
(P1)
Feed Pump Discharge
(P2)
Feed To
First Stage
(P3)
6th
Stage Shell
(P4)
Distillate
Pump Discharge

(P5)
Brine Pump Discharge
(P6)
Intentionally
Left Blank
(P-7)
Feed Water
Heater Shell
(P8)
Condensate Pump Discharge
Blank
(P9)
Heating Steam
Inlet
(P10)
Injector Steam
Inlet
Intentionally
Left Blank
Intentionally
Left Blank
Blank Blank

Temperature Gauge Readings
(T1)
Feedwater To Stage Condenser
(T2)
Feedwater,
Stage
Condenser #6
(T3)
Feedwater,
Stage
Condenser #5
(T4)
Feedwater,
Stage
Condenser #4

(T5)
Feedwater,
Stage
Condenser #3
(T6)
Feedwater,
Stage
Condenser #2
(T7)
Feedwater Into Feed Heater
(T8)
Feedwater Out Of Feed Heater
(T9)
Stage 1
Shell
(T10)
Stage 2
Shell
(T11)
Stage 3
Shell
(T12)
Stage 4
Shell
(T13)
Stage 5
Shell
(T14)
Stage 6
Shell
(T15)
Distillate Out
(T16)
Heating Steam In
(T17)
Feedwater Heater Shell
Intentionally
Left Blank
Intentionally
Left Blank
Intentionally
Left Blank
Blank Blank Blank

Salinity Cell Readings
(S1)
Distillate Discharge, Final
(S2)
Distillate Pump Out
(S3)
Distillate Stage 5
(S4)
Distillate Stage 4
(S5)
Distillate Stage 3
(S6)
Distillate Stage 2
(S7)
Distillate Stage 1
(S8)
After Condenser
Drain
(S9)
Feed Water
Heater Condensate
Intentionally
Left Blank
Intentionally
Left Blank
Intentionally
Left Blank
Blank Blank Blank

Water Level Stages
First Stage Second Stage

Third Stage Fourth Stage
Fifth Stage Sixth Stage

   
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