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DIESEL FUELED EQUIPMENT
(0
PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE METHODS LTD.
7084 RUSSELL ST., BURNABY 1, B.C.
PHONE: 435-4131, 435-4132
Expressed in Parts Per Million
UNIT
NUMBER
S.A.E.
USED
S.A.E.
NOW
% FUEL
DIL.
WATER
FUEL
SOOT
GROSS
ABRAS.
GROSS
METAL
SLUDGE
INDEX
ACID
INDEX
IRON
CHROMIUM
COPPER
LEAD
ALUMINUM
SILICON
TIN
SODIUM
MAGNESIUM
SILVER
NICKEL
PR.OF VANt
POME
»■
40
66o
50
0.5
X
X
Tr
X
4
Neg
SAMPLE DRAWN:
ANALYSIS MADE:
May 31/74
TOTAL MILES/HRS. ON UNIT:
ON OIL:
Mayoh 26/74
I.O.L. FOR GPS PRINCESS OP VANCOUVER.
All items here on the engine show normal. Oil viscosity slums some increase which is considered normal. Sludge volume ia s
hit higher than recommended at 0.7$ and consists of normal combustion products. This oil shows good condition in all other
respects and with a small improvement in punfier efficiency this oil will he suitable for continued service.
Expressed in Parts Per Million
UNIT
NUMBER
S.A.E.
USED
S.A.E.
NOW
% FUEL
DIL.
WATER
FUEL
SOOT
GROSS
ABRAS.
GROSS
METAL
SLUDGE
INDEX
ACID
INDEX
IRON
CHROMIUM
COPPER
LEAD
ALUMINUM
SILICON
TIN
SODIUM
MAGNESIUM
SILVER
NICKEL
PBIE
40
656
50
0.5
X
X
Tr
•    X
3
Neg
SAMPLEDRAWN:      Mar/26/74 ANALYSIS MADE: May   31/?4 TOTAL MILES/HRS. ON UNIT: ON OIL:
All items here on the engine show normal* Oil viscosity shows some increase hut this is considered normal. Purifier shows good
efficiency* Sludge content is iormal at 0.3$« This oil is suitahle for continued service.
Expressed in Parts Per Million
UNIT
NUMBER
S.A.E.
USED
S.A.E.
NOW
% FUEL
DIL.
WATER
FUEL
SOOT
GROSS
ABRAS.
GROSS
METAL
SLUDGE
INDEX
ACID
INDEX
IRON
CHROMIUM
COPPER
LEAD
ALUMINUM
SILICON
TIN
SODIUM
MAGNESIUM
SILVER
NICKEL
SOME
40
644,
50
0.5
X
X
Tr
X
3
Neg
TOTAL MILES/HRS. ON UNIT:
ON OIL:
SAMPLEDRAWN:      JJ^y   26/74 ANALYSIS MADE: JJg^-   3t/74
All items here onthe engine shoe normal. Oil viscosity shows some increase hut this is considered normal. Purifier shows good
efficiency. Sludge content is normal at 0.3$« This oil is suitahle for continued service.
RED-REQUIRES EARLY ATTENTION
X=NIL
I.O.L. MARINE JJEPT
UNIT:
PR. OP VANCOUVER
UNIT:
PAGE:
Attsgawt-  sfesTfc
 The report form is designed so that the significant results of the report can be determined as quickly as possible. Where no comment is made about
an item, it will mean that the item concerned is well within the normal range, that no trend is being established in either direction and that no
corrective action is necessary.
Comments and recommendations will be made in cases where a problem is detected.
TEST SEQUENCE No. 1
Includes Physical Properties tests as well as Spectrophotometry Analysis. Physical properties test results are indicated to the left of the
bold dividing line in the approximate center of the report form. Spectro Analysis results are indicated to the right of this line.
TEST SEQUENCE No. 2
Includes Physical Properties tests only.
SPECTROPHOTOMETRIC ELEMENTS are expressed in parts per million; The number 50, for example, under any Spectrophotometric Element
heading means that 50 parts per million of the element has been detected in the sample.
NOTE:—If Spectro Analysis is desired, be sure that Test Sequence No. 1 is checked off by the person filling out the data slip provided with the
sample' jar.
ACTION DESIRABLE IF:
1. S.A.E. No. Changes two grades.
2. Fuel dilution 4% or more.
3. Water present in free form.
4. Fuel soot slight.
5. Gross abrasives Slight or Heavy.
6. Gross metal Heavy.
7. Sludge 5 or over.
8. Metal wear rates excessive
'    (this is dealt with in remarks due to
variations in normal wear rates with
different pieces of equipment and
service conditions).
SLUDGE INDEX NUMBERS
1. Nil
2. Trace amounts-normal
3. Normal
4. A bit above normal.
5. Requires attention.
6. Bad-requires attention.
7. Dangerous—requires attention.
8. Extremely dangerous — requires attention.
TERMS: X Negligible amount.
Trace (Tr) normal amount.
Slight (Si) above normal.
Heavy (Hvy) requires attention.
ACID INDEX:
Most new oils have a Negative Index No.
Any Positive Index Number indicates acid has
been formed: The Index Number indicates the
severity of the acid formation.
ACID INDEX NUMBER
Negative, 0 — Normal
,    T.
2.1 Oil beginning to break down.
5 Change Oil Now.
6.
3-
Urgent, Change Oil.
 DIESEL FUELED EQUIPMENT
PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE METHODS LTD.
7084 RUSSELL ST., BURNABY 1, B.C.
PHONE: 435-4131, 435-4132
Expressed in Parts Per Million
UNIT
NUMBER
S.A.E.
USED
S.A.E.
NOW
% FUEL
DIL.
WATER
FUEL
SOOT
GROSS
ABRAS.
GROSS
METAL
SLUDGE
INDEX
ACID
INDEX
IRON
CHROMIUM
COPPER
LEAD
ALUMINUM
SILICON
TIN
SODIUM
MAGNESIUM
SILVER
NICKEL
SBE
40
632
50
0.5
X
X
Tr
X
2
Neg
TOTAL MILES/HRS. ON UNIT:
ON OIL:
SAMPLEDRAWN:       Mar/26/74 ANALYSIS MADE: f|ay   3l/?4
I,Q,L. PCS PRINCESS OP yAHCOGlEER,
AH "^ heff °n the ei^ine show aortal- Oil viscosity shows some increase out not enough for concern. Purifier shows ^Qd
effieiency. Sludge content is low at o.t*. This oil is suitahle for continued service.      °°™e™*  Furirier snows good
Expressed in Parts Per Million
UNIT
NUMBER
S.A.E.
USED
S.A.E.
NOW
% FUEL
DIL.
WATER
FUEL
SOOT
GROSS
ABRAS.
GROSS
METAL
SLUDGE
INDEX
ACID
INDEX
IRON
CHROMIUM
COPPER
LEAD
ALUMINUM
SILICON
TIN
SODIUM
MAGNESIUM
SILVER
NICKEL
# 1 Gen
30
220
30
1.0
X
X
X
X
2
Neg
TOTAL MILES/HRS. ON UNIT:
ON OIL:
SAMPLEDRAWN:      May   26/74 ANALYSIS MADE: May3l/74       -
All items here on the engine show normal. Oil viscosity is inthe normal region. Purifier ± shows good efficient qi„,w
content is low at under 0,136. This oil is suitable for continued service.     rariIxer x a*"™* &><>* efficiency. Sludge
Expressed in Parts Per Million
UNIT
NUMBER
S.A.E.
USED
S.A.E.
NOW
% FUEL
DIL.
WATER
FUEL
SOOT
GROSS
ABRAS.
GROSS
METAL
SLUDGE
INDEX
ACID
INDEX
IRON
CHROMIUM
COPPER
LEAD
ALUMINUM
SILICON
TIN
SODIUM
MAGNESIUM
SILVER
NICKEL
# 2 Gen
30
216
30
1.0
X
X
X
X
2
Neg
SAMPLEDRAWN:     l3y   26/74 ANALYSIS MADE: Mgy   31/f4 TOTAL MILES/HRS. ON UNIT: ON OIL:
All items on the engine here show normal. Oil viscosity is in the normal region. Purifier shows good effioienoy.Sludge content
is low at under 0.1%. This oil is suitable for continued service. ^MA«imy.o.Luage consent
RED-REQUIRES EARLY ATTENTION
x=nil    jnjgx I.O.L. FOB CPH
UNIT,
PR. OP VANCOUVER
UNIT:
PAGE:
 The report form is designed so that the significant results of the report can be determined as quickly as possible. Where no comment is made about
an item, it will mean that the item concerned .is well within the normal range, that no trend is being established in either direction and that no
corrective action is necessary.
Comments and recommendations will be made in cases where a problem is detected.
TEST SEQUENCE No. 1
Includes Physical Properties tests as well as Spectrophotometric Analysis. Physical properties test results are indicated to the left of the
bold dividing line in the approximate center of the report form. Spectro Analysis results are indicated to the right of this line.
TEST SEQUENCE No. 2
Includes Physical Properties tests only.
SPECTROPHOTOMETRIC ELEMENTS are expressed in parts per million; The number 50, for example, under any Spectrophotometric Element
heading means that 50 parts per million of the element has been detected in the sample.
NOTE:—If Spectro Analysis is desired, be sure that Test Sequence No. 1 is checked off by the person filling out the data slip provided with the
sample jar.
ACTION DESIRABLE IF:
1. S.A.E. No. Changes two grades.
2. Fuel dilution 4% or more.
3. Water present in free form.
4. Fuel soot slight.
5. Gross abrasives Slight or Heavy.
6. Gross metal Heavy.
7. Sludge 5 or over.
8. Metal wear rates excessive
.    (this is dealt with in remarks due-to
variations in normal wear rates with
different pieces of equipment and
service conditions).
SLUDGE INDEX NUMBERS
1. Nil
2. Trace amounts-normal
3. Normal
4. A bit above normal.
5. Requires attention.
6. Bad-requires attention.
7. Dangerous—requires attention.
.   8. Extremely dangerous — requires attention.
TERMS: X Negligible amount.
Trace (Tr) normal amount.
Slight (SI) above normal.
Heavy (Hvy) requires attention.
ACID INDEX:
Most new oils have a Negative Index No.
Any Positive Index Number indicates acid has
been formed: The Index Number indicates the
severity of the acid formation.
ACID INDEX NUMBER
Negative, 0 — Normal
.Oil beginning to breakdown.
5. Change Oil Now.
6j
7l Urgent, Change Oil.
8.1
 GEAR OIL, HYDRAULIC OIL, ETC., ANALYSIS REPORT
PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE METHODS LTD.
7084 RUSSELL ST., BURNABY 1, B.C.  PHONE: 435-4131, 435-4132
NEUTRAL — IMPARTIAL — UNBIASED
Associated with
USHER LABORATORIES LIMITED
Expressed in Parts Per Million
UNIT
NUMBER
GEAR
ASSEMBLY
Original
S.A.E,
NO.
Present
S.A.E.
NO.
WATER
GROSS
ABRAS.
GROSS
METAL
ACID
INDEX
IRON
CHROMIUM
COPPER
LEAD
ALUMINUM
SILICON
TIN
SODIUM
MAGNESIUM
SILVER
NICKEL
PRINCESS   C
VAHC.
P   Pt,
Sear Boc   EP3
692
EP3
X
Tr f
X
1
SAMPLEDRAWN:
Mar.26/74
ANALYSIS MADE:
May 31/74
TOTAL SERVICE:
OILSERVICELIFE:
1.0,1. FOB OPS.
The gross metal wear content is so low at to be considered negligible. There is no significant outside foreign matter. Total
insolubles are low at under 0.1$. Viscosity is normal. This oil is suitable for continued service.
E
xpressed
in Parts Per Million
UNIT
NUMBER
GEAR
ASSEMBLY
Original
S.A.E.
NO.
Present
S.A.E.
NO.
WATER
GROSS
ABRAS.
GROSS
METAL
ACID
INDEX
IRON
CHROMIUM
COPPER
LEAD
ALUMINUM
SILICON
TIN
SODIUM
MAGNESIUM
SILVER
NICKEL
n
Star,
ear Box
EP \
676
EP }
X
Tr
Tt(1)
4
SAMPLE DRAWN:
TOTAL SERVICE:
OILSERVICELIFE:
May 26/74        analysis made:  ■ May 31/74
The gross metalwear contint is low. There is no significant outside foreign matter. Total insolubles show higher this time
at 0.8$ but this alone is not enough fos concern. Viscosity is in the normal, legion. This oil is suitable for further
service.
E
xpressed
in Parts Per Million
UNIT
NUMBER
GEAR
ASSEMBLY
Original
S.A.E.
NO.
Present
S.A.E,
NO.
WATER
GROSS
ABRAS.
GROSS
METAL
ACID
INDEX
IRON
CHROMIUM
COPPER
LEAD
ALUMINUM
SILICON
TIN
SODIUM
MAGNESIUM
SILVER
NICKEL
SAMPLEDRAWN:
ANALYSIS MADE:
TOTAL SERVICE:
OILSERVICELIFE:
RED-REQUIRES EARLY ATTENTION
X = NIL
I.O.L. FOE CM P1MQWS
W ?ABC.
Attj Capt. Kreut.
UNIT:
PAGE:
 VISCOSITY
usually increases with use and any contamination. Only excessive viscosity
increase requires attention, and the cause will be remarked upon.
METAL WEAR
is indicated in total amount. The amount varies directly with the time in use,
or with contamination level. Remarks indicate whether wear is normal or
abnormal, and probable cause of above normal wear.
WATER
is a contaminant which increases oil viscosity and metal wear, even in small
amounts. Greater amounts of water can be dangerous.
ABRASIVES
are dirt and metal chips. When present in above normal amounts, remarks
indicate whether dirt and sand or metal chips form the major part.
ACID INDEX:    NEGATIVE to 4 — Normal.
5 to 7 — approaching time to change oil.
8 up     — suggest change oil.
 \
VANTEST SERVICES Ltd.
Specialists in Marine Boiler Water Treatment
MARINE SERVICE DEPARTMENT
REPRESENTATIVES FOR BULL& ROBERTS,  INC.   (HALL SYSTEM)
555  HOMER STREET
VANCOUVER 3,  B.C.
TELEPHONE:   604-685-5622
,                    REPORT OF BOILER WATER CONDITIONS
C © P©Ro/
^7       i     /    Princess of Vancouver             A7                                          m                  T«no  9^+h/iii
Vessel:  s/s  .±.trr.„„. ".    Voy:     Repprt Date:..a.U3a§....<l!3.^fl/../^'
Date Sampled:  May...31 May...3.1 -- -   Samples Tested: .June...7./.I4._.	
BOILER WATER
BOILERS
FOR'L
JL •
"A" Reading (ML)
2.0
3.1
(<B" Reading (ML)
1.6
2.8
Chlorides (ML)
0.35
0.7
Phosphates (P04PPM.)
40
50
Total Diss. Solids (PPM)
255
460
A.C Chilled Water-(P.PM-CS)
Other
Recommendations — Comment
Analysis of samples for May show Alkalinity "A" and
"B" readings down.  Chloride readings satisfactory.  Abo,
Phosphates and Total Dissolved Solids readings are good.
Prank Shea
Marine Service Engineer
FS/ab
cc: Chief Engineer/Princess of Vancouver
Pier A-3, Vancouver, B.C.
cc: Bull & Roberts, Inc.
 VANTEST SERVICES Ltd.
Specialists in Marine Boiler Water Treatment
MARINE SERVICE DEPARTMENT
REPRESENTATIVES FOR BULL& ROBERTS,   INC.   (HALL SYSTEM)
555  HOMER STREET
VANCOUVER  3,  B.C.
TELEPHONE:   604-685-5622
REPORT OF BOILER WATER
0.1*1./
Vessel: s/s  Prlnaess---oX--Vancouver-  Voy:.	
Date Sampled:  	
CONDITIONS
-     Report Date:-July -2-2nd-r- -19
   Samples Tested: ..Jtt]M~-2-7-th-»---197l
BOILER  WATER
BOILERS
Pwd.   Blr,
"A" Reading (ML)
7.5
"B" Reading (ML)
5.8
Chlorides (ML)
0.3
Phosphates (P04PPM.)
100
Total Diss. Solids (PPM)
595
A.C. Chilled Water-(P.P.M-CS)
Other
Recommendations — Comment
Sample of forward Boiler for May 1974 analysis indicates Alkalinities
MA,f &  ffBn readings raised to good level, chloride reading is excellent,
phosphate reserve reading high.  However, total dissolved solids readings
are in recommended range indicating satisfactory blowdown control.
P3/gfe
cc: Chiftf Engineer/Princess of Vancouver
Pier A-3, Vancouver, B. C.
cc: Bull & Roberts, Inc.
Prank Shea
Marine Service Engineer
 1                                       1
VANTEST SERVICES Ltd.
Specialists in Marine Boiler Water Treatment
MARINE SERVICE DEPARTMENT
REPRESENTATIVES FOR BULL& ROBERTS,  INC.   (HALL SYSTEM)
555  HOMER STREET
VANCOUVER 3,  B.C.
TELEPHONE:   604-685-5622
REPORT OF BOILER WATER CONDITIONS
C.P.R.                                                                                                                                   ' f
Vessel:  s/s  Priae-e^S-O-f-VaneOU-Ve-r    Voy:     Report Date:AUg.U.st..l.6/7.4
Date Sampled: .July...26.th*...1974: -   Samples Tested: ... August 1/74
BOILER WATER
BOILERS
PwrK-RlT-
Aft   Blr-
"A" Reading (ML)
3-8
1.2
"B" Reading (ML)
3-35
0.6
Chlorides (ML)
0.6
0.35
Phosphates (P04PPM.)
80
100
Total Diss. Solids (PPM)
375
245
A.C. Chilled Water- (P.P.M-CS)
Other
Recommendations — Commen
Samples of forward
A & B readings are
Phosphates are in
understood after b
were  to  be treated
t
and aft6
low Chic
excess of
oiler had
to bring
>r Boiler*
rides ma:
' requirer
l been shi
; alkalin:
3 receive*
mtained x
aents  TDS
it down f<
Lty up to
I July 26,   1974:- Alkalinity
at  satisfactory level.
readings appear good.     It  is
Dr a few days and both boilers
recommended range.
Frank Shea
Marine Service Engineer
FS/gfe
cc. Chief Engineer/Princess of Vancouver
Pier A-3f Vancouver, B. 0.
cc. Bull & Roberts, Inc.
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.
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uuggg      McDonald. Herbert L,
sibim-clearanee <
central area in V
Vancouver, ml-.
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