POTABLE WATER

  1. What is the normal operating pressure for potable water pump ?
    90-95 psig
  2. What is the potable water pump capacity?
    230 gpm
  3. How many potable water tanks are there?
    6
  4. What are the potable water tank locations?
    • 6-73-2-W
    • 6-75-2-W
    • 6-78-2-W
    • 6-110-1-W
    • 6-113-1-W
    • 6-115-1-W
  5. What is a SAT FAC test reading?
    .2 – 2 ppm
  6. When should a FAC test be conducted?
    • After 30 min in tanks
    • Prior to placing into service
  7. FAC test for potable water is IAW?
    NSTM 533
  8. How many NM before we can start making water?
    12 NM
  9. How many RO’s are there?
    • 3
    • How much water can each RO make per hour?
    • 1,000 gph
  10. How many potable water tanks are there?
    6
  11. What is the total capacity of all tanks combine?
    63,216 gl
  12. What is EDG Stands for?
    Electronic Disinfectant Generator
  13. What is the function of the EDG?
    Treat water with chlorine
  14. Where is the location of the EDG?
    MN1 and MN2
  15. How many potable water tanks are onboard and what is there capacity?
    6
  16. Where are the potable water tank vents located?
    ERO9 and Air berthing
  17. Why do you conduct a Freshwater Flushing and how often?
    To Prevent corrosion of RO after securing
  18. Explain the potable water path from the RO to the potable water tanks?
    Explain the potable water path from shore to potable water tanks?
  19. What is the normal chlorine level on potable water?
    .2 – 2 ppm
  20. What is the salinity alarm set point on the RO?
    500 ppm
  21. How many salinity cells are on the RO and where are they located?
    ?
  22. Name the system potable water interface with?
    ?
Author
EDJAN
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323905
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POTABLE WATER
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POTABLE WATER
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