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 "CARRIER PRINCESS*
ANNUAL DRYDOCKING 1975
1.  All sea gratings to be removed, chests cleaned out and
gratings replaced in good order.
2*     Sea suction valves to be opened up for inspection* chests
cleaned out, valves ground in as required, new jointing
and new spindle packing installed as required.
3. Port and starboard stern glands to be repacked.
4. Bow propeller shaft gland to be repacked.
5. Overboard discharge valves to be opened up for inspection
and closed up in good order.
6# Weardown to be taken on port and starboard propeller shafts
and clearances recorded.
7.  Clearances to be taken on port and starboard rudder pintles,
also clearances to be taken on rudder posts.
PAINTING AND CLEANING
1. Hull from keel to deep load line to be sands wept and washed
off with fresh water, bare spots touched up with anti-corrosive
followed by one full coat of anti-corrosive and one full coat
of anti-fouling.
2. Bow Thruster tube to be sandswept and washed off with fresh
water, bare spots touched up with anti-corrosive, followed
by one full coat of anti-corrosive and one full coat of
anti-fouling.
3. Hull from deep load line to top of main deck bulwarks to be
repainted green, any areas showing rusting to be sandswept
and two coats of primer applied plus an undercoat prior
final application of hull green paint.
4. Superstructure from main deck bulwarks to line of boat deck
to be r.epainted 'white, also fore end of housework up to top
of wheelhouse and also across the after end at line of boat
deck and upper deck, rusty areas to be scaled, primer applied
to these areas, plus undercoat prior application of final
coat of hull white.
5. Draught marks, plimsol marks, ship's name and port of registry
to be repainted.
6»  All paints to be supplied by B.C.C.S.S.
7.  Yard to call in Canadian Ministry of Transport and Lloyds
surveyors as required, to survey work.
Vancouver, B.C*
February 13, 1975.
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 fi  Windows to he installed in after social hall.
10*  Damaged forwart Wi bulwark® to be repaired j hi     thruster exhaust
pipe straightened and re~lagg"§dj hatch cover repaired or fitted with
new hatch cover,; damage at fore end In way of rail recesses repaired?
starboard bulwarks* where damaged, to be repaired as necessary•
wmms to b^ ATtmsm to mom ttmb of wjurrahty
1,  Harco fuel oil filter still leaking* needs re~welding or replacing#
2m      Windows in forward lounge to be re-sealed* also wheelhouse windows.
Bottom of windows in forward lounge to be filled in with a waterproof
material and sloped forward to shed water. At present water fills
these recesses and leaks back into observation room.
3.  Window wiper fitted on port side window strikes window washer bracket•
4#  Window wiper on port side window overheats and trips overload switch
every three to five minutes of operation.
5«  Port anchor windlass brake handle foiils deck beam.
6. Anchor cable clamps require sighting and securing in position.
7. Fences around lifeboat stations to be modified with the fitting of
gates to permit access to the boats.
8  WLssing screens to be fitted to the emergency stairway port side*
passenger deck to main deck.
9.  Correct fire vent damper marking in wheelhouse air trunk.
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Page 2
^Carrier Princess1-
Annual Drvdookini? - 1974
10.  Attend skirting of ventilator about six inches on vent over
officers1 messroom as at certain weather conditions and speed of
vessel rain drives up under hood and drips on officers1 table
into their soup.
U.  Wheels acting as leads between anchor and windlass gypsy on main
deck in windlass compartment cease to revolve when weight of anchor
comes on them.
12. Safety chains to be fixed to floodlights on starboard and port wings
of the bridge. The one bolt securing these lights creates a hazard.
If one broke the light could fall and injure I passenger.
13. Oarpeting throughout vessel to be tightened as per request by letter
of lovember 27th, 1973* to Mr. T. Duncan.
14*  Material covering doors to crew's and officers1 rooms falling off **
needs re-gluing.
15. Faulty soak back pump removed in December by Burrard Drydock* To date
no spare has been received.
16. ifastic black top covering breaking loose on centre line of main deck .
under forward housework* This needs lifting and wire mesh're-welded
and black top replaced.
17. Port Lufkin gear box to be thoroughly examined to determine cause of
flaking of gearing. We are not entirely satisfied that this flaking
is normal as the starboard gear boic is in perfect condition after the
same number of hours running.
1. FM radio to be moved from its present position to the window in front
•of the radar sets.
2. Baclosure made up of galvanised pipe to be fitted around fuel tank on
after end of boat deck and covered with wire mesh.
3«  Window wiper to be purchased and installed on small wheelhouse window
in front -of .radar sets, ^s^^ s / ^
4.  lail to be cut out on accommodation deck aft in order to give clearance
between rail and shipfs stores davit.
5m     %ro compass to be serviced.
Victoria* B.C., &&**. ^/>^^r       £** ^'^
i&rch 29thf 1974* .    _      ij, h,    $ &&±5 cf.
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 BURRARD DRY DOCK COMPAN if LIMITED
SHIPBUILDERS ■ SHIP REPAIRERS ■ GENERAL ENGINEERS
P.O. Box 99 ■ North Vancouver, B.C., Canada ■ Ph. 604-988-2111 aTelexl
January 11th, 1974.
Canadian Pacific,
254 Belleville,
Victoria, B.C.
V6V 1W9
Attention: Mr. H.J. Tumilty
Dear Sir:
Re: "Carrier Princess"
We have received your letter
dated January 9th, 1974 with a list of the outstanding
defects on the above vessel.
Due to the problem of having to
supply burning and welding equipment while the vessel
is on the run, we would appreciate carrying out Items
1 and 2 during the vessel's next refit at our dockyard.
The same would apply to Items 4 and 6 where we would
require the use of a crane.
We feel the problem with Item 6
is in the bend where the wiper enters the wheelhouse
front and this could be repaired when we have a crane
available.  We will attend to Items 3 and 5 as soon as
possible.
The International fire connections
have just arrived in the yard and it is our intention
to send them to the vessel today.
Yours \/ery   truly,
BURRARD DRY DOCK COMPANY LIMITED
Per:
T.K.Duncan,
Shi pyard Manager.
TKD.dwh
THE BURRARD-YARROWS GROUP
BURRARD DRY DOCK CO. LTD., NORTH VANCOUVER, B.C.* YARROWS LIMITED, VICTORIA, B.C.
 BURRARD DRY DOCK COMPAQ Y LIMITED
SHIPBUILDERS - SHIP REPAIRERS ■ GENERAL ENGINEERS
P.O. Box 99 ■ North Vancouver, B.C., Canada ■ Ph. 604 - 988-2111 ■ Telex(| Pff 04-352652
January 16th s 1974
Canadian Pacific,
254 Belleville,
Victoria, B.C.
V8V 1W9
Attention: Mr. H.J. Tumilty
Dear Sir:
Re: "Carrier Princess"
We refer to Mr. Tumilty's telephone request on the time which would be required to-
complete the outstanding Warranty Items, etc. with
the vessel in the dockyard.
We confirm that to carry out
the following work, we would require 10 working days
with 5 days drydocking in this period.
1. To fit the 12 new windows in the after lounge.
2. To repair damaged bulwarks.
3. Rejoint keel coolers.
4. Caulking windows in the observation .-lounge,
5. Repairs to bridge window wind screen wiper.
6. Cutting deck beam where it fouls port anchor
windlass brake handle.
7. Fitting cable stoppers in the windlass compartment.
We should point out that we
intend to fit a special type grommet on the keel
coolers and these would take approximately six weeks
to mould.
Yours \/ery  truly,
BURRARD DRY DOCK COMPANY LIMITED
Per:
TKD:dwh
T. K. Dunp.an
THE BURRARLT-YAItoSwS Gl
Man<
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BURRARD DRY DOCK CO. LTD., NORTH VANCOUVER, B.C." YARROWS LIMITED, VICTORIA, B.C.
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BURRARD DRY DOCK COMPANY LIMITED
SHIPBUILDERS ■ SHIP REPAIRERS ■ GENERAL ENGINEERS
P.O. Box 99 a North Vancouver, B.C., Canada ■ Ph. 604 - 988-2111 ■ TelexHHBBWjB04-352652
January 16th , 1974.
Canadian Pacific,
254 Belleville,
Victoria, B.C.
V8V 1W9
Attention: Mr. H.J. Tumilty
Dear Sir:
Re: "Carrier Princess"
We refer to Mr. Tumilty's telephone request on the time which would be required to
complete the outstanding Warranty Items, etc. with
the vessel in the dockyard.
We confirm that to carry out
the following work, we would require 10 working days
w
1
2
3
4
5
6
th 5 days drydocking in this period.
To fit the 12 new windows in the after lounge.
To repair damaged bulwarks.
Rejoint keel coolers.
Caulking windows in the observation lounge.
Repairs to bridge window wind screen wiper.
Cutting deck beam where it fouls port anchor
windlass brake handle.
Fitting cable stoppers in the windlass compartment.
We should point out that we
intend to fit a special type grommet on the keel
coolers and these would take approximately six weeks
to mould.
Yours very  truly,
BURRARD DRY DOCK COMPANY LIMITED
Per:
T.   K.   Duncan
T KD : dwh THE BURRA^-WRgvFsdGR^udPna3 er'
BURRARD DRY DOCK CO. LTD., NORTH VANCOUVER, B.C. ■ YARROWS LIMITED, VICTORIA, B.C.
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BURRARD DRY DOCK COMPANY LIMITED
SHIPBUILDERS - SHIP REPAIRERS ■ GENERAL ENGINEERS
P.O. Box 99 ■ North Vancouver, B.C., Canada ■ Ph. 604-988-2111 ■ Telex HHj   ■■§04-352652
January 11th, 1974.
Canadian Pacific,
254 Belleville,
Victoria, B.C.
V8V 1W9
Attention: Mr. H.J. Tumilty
Dear Sir:
Re: "Carrier Princess"
We have received your letter
dated January 9th, 1974 with a list of the outstanding
defects on the above vessel .
Due to the problem of having to
supply burning and welding equipment while the vessel
is on the run9   we would appreciate carrying out Items
1 and 2 during the vessel's next refit at our dockyard.
The same would apply to Items 4 and 6 where we would
require the use of a crane.
is in the
front and
avai1able
possi ble.
We feel the problem with Item 6
bend where the wiper enters the wheelhouse
this could be repaired when we have a crane
We will attend to Items 3 and 5 as soon as
The International fire connections
have just arrived in the yard and it is our intention
to send them to the vessel today.
Yours yery  truly,
BURRARD DRY DOCK COMPANY LIMITED
Per:
T. K. Duncan,
Shi pyard Manager.
TKD:dwh
THE BURRARD-YARROWS GROUP
BURRARD DRY DOCK CO. LTD., NORTH VANCOUVER, B.C. ■ YARROWS LIMITED, VICTORIA, B.C.
 CPRail
Internal Correspondence
Date  Mar.3/74.
From  Chief Engineer,
Carrier Princess.
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To
H.J.Tumilty,
Supt.Engineer.
The following our excerpts from our oil analysis reports
concerning the condition of lubricating oil in our Port
Lufkin Gear Box.
Sample Drawn Jan.2/74 and analysed Jan.14/74 has this to
say:
Gross metal wear content again shows negligible.There
is no significant outside foreign matter.Total insolubles are low at under 0.1$.Viscosity continues in the
normal range.This oil is suitable for continued service.
Sample drawn Jan.22 and analysed Feb 25/74 states:
Gross metal wear content shows well above normal and
includes scoring metal.The total insolubles expressed
as Naphta Insolubles measures 3kf°  which is still acceptable.The oil stability is still good.Oil viscosity
shows a small increase but certainly not enough for
concern;except for the metal chips found here,this oil
would have been suitable for further service.
Comparison of the reports shows that in a matter of three
weeks the oil metal content went from zero to Heavy 7•which
leads me to believe that the flaking and wear on the gears
is getting progressively worse at a very fast rate.
Fortuneately the lube oil was changed in this box on Feb.2/74
and at the same time the gears were ezamined,showing much the
same condition as previous inspections.
Upon receipt of the last report the gears were again examined
and gears inspected as thoroughly as the inspection doors
will allow.The oil sprayers were tried and found! to be working.
Form 102-R
 CPRail
Internal Correspondence
Date    March 16th, 1974
From       Chief Engineer, M/V Carrier Princess
To     H.J.Tumilty, Esq., Supt. Engineer, B.C.C.S.fVictoria,B.C.
Dear Sir:
To date Burrard Drydock Co., has not fitted to
this vessel the required two International Fire Connections
complete in break glass boxes with hammers attached.
Sometime in September 1973 Burrard Drydock Co.
worked on the exhaust vent trunkway account of a water
leak; the repair has not been satisfactory, this leak has
&M&M&I&& reocurred several times, each time rain and
wind conditions were similar. We have found that due to
the skirt oh the head being short rain has got into the
vent. I suggest that the skrit be lengthened approximately
six inches to prevent the refered to leak occuring again<>
On our Port Outer Main Engine immersion heater
that we are claiming on the warranty from General Motors
we should specify 15KW only as we have not had any success
with the 15/20KW heater we aquired ourselves.
Reference to one Square TTD?T Co., Temperature
switch which controls the operating temperatures of the
Port Inner Main Engine Immersion Heater; last summer this
heater was disconnected from its source of power by Burrard
Drydock Co. due to the mentioned Square TrDT? Co. switch
being faulty* I beleive that we should claim a replacement
switch on the warranty*
Form 102-R
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CPRail W^d
Internal Correspondence
Date
From
To
Attached please find list of drawings that we should
have received from Burrard Drydock Co., to date we
have not received any of mentioned drawings from the
shipyard* I think we should have at the very least
three complete sets of mentioned drawings*
Yours truly,4 j
CMef Engineer
Form 102-R
 Date
From
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Internal Correspondence IL^l
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Internal Correspondence
D .      Vancouver/ January 3, 1974
From    Mr. J. Yates
To     Mr. Ho J. Tumilty
Reference attached 1974 recommended repair list from
the 1st Officer TRAILER PRINCESS.
I shall attend to the items checked with the X.
Marine superintendent
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S)Form 102A-R
 CPRail
Internal Correspondence
Vancouver,   January  3,   1974
Date
Mr.  Jo Yates
From
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Reference attached copy of recommended repair list
from the CARRIER PRINCESS.
The wind speed indicator has been ordered.
I shall look into Item 5 - (Deck Fittings) and make
a recommendation.
)Form 102A-R
Ma rin^ Superintendent
att.
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 CPRail
Internal Correspondence
Date 10 December,   1973,
From G.W.  HEATER,   Uhief Officer,
To Captain  DELAMAHE,  Master,
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The following list of outstanding defects an'd deficiencies
is submitted for information and subsequent corrective action*
It is noted that some of these items have been outstanding
from the date of acceptance of the vessel and action to make
them good should be initiated without further delay.
ANCHORS AND UABLES.
Item 10 Port anchor windlass brake handle fouls deck beam.
Item 20 Anchor cable clamps require sighting and securing
in position*
Item 3* Canvas boots to be provided for naval pipes in order
to prevent water entering the cable compartment0
LIFEBOATS AND STOWAGES.
Item 1« Fences around lifeboat stations to be modified with
fitting of gates, permitting access to the boats*
MASTS AND KIGGING.
Item 10 Cleat to be fitted to the mainmast for securing the
ensign halyard*
DECK FITTINGS.
Item 10 Screen and fence to be fitted enclosing the fuel tank
on the aft end of the boat deck.
Item 2. Missing screens to be fitted to the emergency stairway
port side, passenger deck to main deck*
Item 3# Securing arrangements on fire screens over windows on
passenger deck to be modified so as not to distort! screens
when tightened. In addition a dog to be fitted to prevent
accidental release of the dootts.
Form 101T-R	
 Item 4o Windows forTd observation room leaking*
Item 5© Railway car wheel stops to be moved forward at least
thirteen feet on port and starboard outside tracks in
order to permit safe working of capstans. There should
be adequate space provided for personnel to pass safely
in the rear of railway cars and trailers at all times,
it is therefore recommended that a bolster be fitted to
achieve this*
WHEELHOUSE AND BRIDGE.
Item 1Q Window wiper fitted on port side window strikes washer
bracket c
Item 2* Window wiper fitted to port side window overheating and
kicks overload switch following three to five minutes
operation making use of the wiper impossible.
Item 3o Window wipers to be fitted to small window infront of
the radar sets, also to large window starboard side
next to small window.
Item 4o Front wheelhouse windows leaking*
Item 5* Wind speed indicator to be fitted* Requisition submitted
5 December*
Item 6* Desk type lamp to be fitted o*er radio sets.
Item 7o Light to be fitted over barometer and clock*
Item $* Whistle operating buttons to be fitted on starboard side
of instrument panel and on both wing positions*
Item 9o Searchlight operating switch to be moved to starboard
side of instrument panel*
Item 10* Transfer searchlight from TRAILER PRINCESS.
Item 11* Correct fire vent dampers markings in wheelhouse.
Item. 12* Lamp over chart table to be changed for one with longer
arm in order to make use on charts*
Item 13. VHF radio unacceptable static in Vancouver harbour.
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In^^d^S^ffi to the above there is the damage to the bulwarks p,
forfd iN*!^ Impair and the rails along the engineroom casing broken ^
during heavy weather, /::- /     ?
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internal Correspondence
Date     A considerable amount of metal particles were found in
From     ^e °^ trough leading to the main thrust bearing in the
Port Gear Box.These were picked up with a magnet and il am
keeping them on board for your examination.
The peculiar part of all is that our magnetic filters are
not showing much metal particles when they are cleaned,§nd
these have been cleaned at regular intervals.
We have drawn another sample from this gear box and will
phone Gapt.Kreut to rush through an analysis and notify
us as soon as possible.
To
sii
Chief Engineer.
Form 102-R
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E L E C T R O ~ M O T X V E
DIVISIOH OF GEMEHAL MOTORS CORPORATION
LIST OF DRAWINGS
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FOR
DIESEL DIVISION, GENERAL MOTORS OF CANADA, LTD.
FOR BURRARD DRY DOCK CQ,,   LTD.
fcr Canadian pacific railroad
MODEL GM16.E7 (16-645E7) MARINE GEAR DP IVES
FOR 11,200 SHP TWIN SCFE^ FERRY
PURCHASE ORDER NO. 352-43
■
HULL NO. 352
EM) ORDER 72016 ■
DD-GMC ORDER SD-165
August 3, 1972
PRINTS
DRAWINGS
DESCRIPTION                                       SENT OUT
ENGINE'S GEAR- UNIT INSTALLATION                             /
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8478030
Model 16-645E7 propulsion units, each rated     7-11-72
2875 BHP - 2800 SHP @ 900 RPM engine speeds
238 RPM shaft ahead (gear ratio 3*774:1).';", 233 RPM ..,,.
astern (gear ratio 3.856:1).  'Flexible connections,
by others, should be used at all shipbuilder connections to the engine and connecting piping must
not apply loading on the engine connections.
8430667 Rev
. E
Model 16-645E7 - L Engine Equipped
8427614 Rev
. P
Model 16-645E7 - R
8475098
Drive Line Arrangement
NOTE:  Disregard air silencer box and adapter, Items 16
through 19.  An air filter No. 8477153 is being;,
furnished instead for mounting'-on the reduction,
gear.
8477410
Lufkin RCS9610  2~pinion reverse-reduction gear  7-21-72
specifications
Lufkin
Lufkin RCS9610 marine gear plan, installation-  7-21-72
SK12103-8
Rev. A
input end view, port unit
Lufkin
Lufkin RCS9610 marine gear plan, installation-  7-21-72
SK12104-8
Rev . A
output end view, port unit.
Lufkin
Lufkin RCSS610 marine gear plan, installation  . 7-21-72
SK12105-8
Rev. A
side view, port unit
Lufkin
Lufkin ECSS610 marine gear plan, installation,
SK12133-8
top view
Lufkin
Lufkin RCS9610 marine gear plan, installation,   7-26-72
SK12134-8
Rev. O
section thru thrust bearing and L,»8* shaft
 Drawing List
EMD Order 72016
Page 2
DRAWINGS
DESCRIPTION
PRINTS
SENT OUT
ENGINE a ACCESSORY RACK PIPING AND WIRING
8457000 Rav. A
8457002 Rev. A
Rack Mounting Kit* R Unit
m -       h  Unit
8423720 Rev. E
8422726 Rev. E
Accessory Rack Mounting, R Unit, Ref. for
8457000 and 8458034
Accessory Sack Mounting, L Unit, Ref. for
8457002 and 8458033
8419139 Revo J
842063S RaVo K
Accessory Rack Equipped, R Unit
'•    L Unit
8469372 Rev. A
8469371 Rev. A
Control Cabinet Application, R Unit, Ref.
for 8457000
Control Cabinet Application, L Unit, Ref.
for 8457002
8417790 Rev. B
8417996 Rev. B
Fuel Piping Application, R Unit
"    "        "     L Onit
846M00 Rev. J
8474396 Rev. A
84746.14 Rev. A
Chart, General Arrangement, Nameplate, 8474175
Platform Equipped, R Unit, 8473948
.  tt        "    L Unit, 8473947.
8469186 Rev. E
8458033 Rev. A
8458034 Rev. A
Control Cabinet Equipped, 8469322
Accessory Rack Mounting, L Unit
■ R Unit
8478741
8478742
Physical Schematic Wiring Diagram>W
Wire Running List
The above drawings are for shipbuilder's use in
identifying connections between the engine and
accessory rack supplied by engine builder but
which must be shipped loose for application by
the shipyard.
 Drawing List
EHD Order 72016-
Page 3
DESCRIPTION
PRINTS
SEKT COT
DIAGRAMS
8473113
None
Hone
Mone
8478062
8473124
None
Reduction Gear Lube Oil Cooler Fresh Water Sys„
Fresh Water System, Skin Cooling by Shipbuilder
Raw Water System, Skin Cooling by Shipbuilder
Lube Oil System, Engine (Self-contained)
Lube Oil System, Prime & Soakback Pump
Air System, Starting
Fuel Oil System {See Engine Installation Drawing)
Lufkin Lufkin RCS9610 marine gear schematic^ lube
SK9476-4 Rev.A      oil system
Lufkin
SK9475-4 Rev.A
Lufkin Type .RCS marine gear wiring schematic
Lufkin Lufkin marine gears9   CP Perry Main Engine
SK12162-8 Rev. O   Control Circuit, Air
Lufkin
SK9502-4 Rev. O
Lufkin marine ge^irs^ remote control piping
diagram, CP Ferry
Diagrams are schematic only and not intended tc
indicate actual location of equipment in the vessel.
All ship's piping should foe clean and clear front
foreign ma tter.
"In Control83 monitoring lights, etc. to meet CSI
requirements are to be furnished by shipbuilder.
l;7.:be oil system equ^pm^?
Lube Oil Cooler is mounted on accessory raak.
Lube oil filter mounted on accessoz '  rack is a full f\
type and ail the oil will pass through it until the
25 PSI pressure of built-in relief valve, is reached
after which the filter will act as a shunt type unit,
On reaching this point, the filter elements should be
changed.  An inlet pressure gauge is located on the
filter.  Outlet pressure is practically ssero.
 Drawing List
EMD Order 72016
DRAWINGS
Skin
See Ace. Rack
See Ace. Rack
8439647
3422617
8449125 Rev. A
8449123 Rev. A
8449103
Page 4
8407382
8476309
3413491 Rev. B
8400476 Rev. C
8393334 Rev. A
8406767 Rev. B
8477811
8395527
DESCRIPTION
FRESE WATER EQUIPMENT
Fresh Water Cooler (Skin Cooling by shipbuilder)
Fresh Water Temperature Regulator mounted on
Accessory Rack
Fresh Water Expansion Tank mounted on
Accessory Rack
Water Outlet Piping Kit Listing
Water Discharge Application, Ref. for 8439647
Water Drain Piping Kit Listing
Water Drain Application, Ref. for 8449125
Water Drain Pipe Assembly
NOTEs  Flanges, pipes and Tee listed on drawing
8449108 are shipped loose and are to be
assembled and welded in position on the
engine.
REDUCTION GEAR OIL COOLING EQUIPMENT
Temperature Regulator, Gear Oil
Motor Driven Gear Oil Cooling Water Pump,
575 V, A.C.
AIR STARTING EQUIPMENT
Air Start Piping Kit
Pipe Assembly, Starting (LL)
Solenoid Air Valve, 115 Volt, Single Phase,
60 Cycle connect to engine pushbutton
Air Start Piping Application
Specification, Starting Air Tank
Specifications, Pressure Relief Valve for
Starting Air Tank
PRINTS
SENT OUT
7-28-72
NOTE?  Drawing 8406767 shows the starting piping,
etc. when assembled on a base at END and is
forwarded for general guidance purposes.
Drawing 8413491 shows the material supplied
with this order.
Remote stop and re-start pushbuttons to be
furnished by shipbuilder.
1—
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Drawing List
EMD Order 72016
Page 5
DRAWINGS
DESCRIPTION
PRINTS
SENT OUT
8378362
3328072 Rev. C
8392132
CLUTCH & CONTROL AIR EQUIPMENT
Clutch Air Tank
Clutch Air Safety Pop Valve
Chart, Clutch Air Check Valve, Part 8140674
7-28-72
Clutch air pressure in the tank should be maintained
at 125 PSI.
8367519 Rev. D
3261563 Rev. A
8476237
8418980 Rev. A
8418945
None
8469210
8341873 Rev. A
8474209
*8461358 Rev. A
♦8464151 Rev. A
*8362040 Rev. E
CONTROL EQUIPMENT
Engine RPM Meter for Control Room Console       7-28-72
Engine Tachometer Generator, Shipped'loose.
Governor Specifications
Governor Booster Pump Application
Governor Booster Pump
NOTESs  The tachometer indicators are to be connected
to the engine or gear mounted tachometer
generators. Use of #12 shipboard cable
(stranded) is recommended.
Tachometer indicators are to be adjusted by
a calibrating screw on each instrument.
ALARM SYSTEM EQUIPMENT
Alarm Panel - Included in Control Cabinet on
Accessory Rack
Siren Alarm. Siren No. 8469211
Contact Maker, Turbo Post Lube Soakback
Contact Maker, Gear Cooling Water Low Pressure
Contact Maker, F.W. Expansion Tank Low Level
Contact Maker, Oil Pan Low Oil Level
Contact Maker, Loss of Crankcase Vacuum
*N0TB:   Contact makers 8461358, 3464151 and 8362040
are installed on the unit at the factory.
These drawings are included to provide detailed
connection information, etc.
 Drawing List
EMD Order 72016
Page 6
DRAWINGS
DESCRIPTION
PRINTS
SENT OUT
8455814 Rev. E
P-5543 Rev. A
8326200
8326564 Rev. A
TURBOCHARGER POST LUBE OIL PUMP
Pump - Post Lube Oil Soakback, 575 Volt, A.C.    7-14-72
Part 8471813
Pump Hardware Listing
Control for the post lube pump is incorporated in
the control cabinet on the accessory rack.
The pump is operable from a 440 Volt, A.C, three-
phase, 60 cycle source.  The control cabinet will
provide automatic control for thirty (30) minutes
soakback on engine stop.
THERMOMETERS
Thermometer - Dial
Socket - Separable
The F.W. and L.O. thermometer sockets will be
mounted in the engine or accessory rack piping, but
the thermometers may be shipped loose for safety
reasons.
See Ace. Rack
8477150
8460801
8470903
P5809
ENGINE INSTRUMENT PANELS
The basic engine instruments are included on
the control mounted on the accessory rack.
ENGINE AIR INTAKE EQUIPMENT
Filter - Air Intake
Air Filter and Pressure Switch Application
Air Filter Alarm Pressure Switch. To be
mounted on air filter at shipyard.
Element* Air Intake Filter Element
List, Air Filter Equipment Listing
7-28-72
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Drawing List
EMD Order 72016
Page 7
DRAWINGS
PRINTS
DESCRIPTION                                       SENT OUT
EXHAUST SYSTEM EQUIPMENT
8412578
8473162
3343661/8325376
8462981
8451493 Rev. B
P-2311
Exhaust Muffler                                7-28-72
Chart, Exhaust Pyrometer, Part 8473164          7-28-72
Pyrometer Cable Specifications
Exhaust, Thermocouple
Thermocouple Application
List, 45° Exhaust Adapter and Attaching Parts
The following data is supplied for information
purposes$
1. Exhaust gas flow ® 3600 BHP and 900 RPM
21,900 CRM ®  725° F.
2. Pressure drop across above muffler: 0.4* H20.
3. Maximum allowable pressure drop for ship's
piping*  4.6" H20.
Iron constantan lead wire is furnished for connection from the thermocouple's junction boxes to the
pyrometer, 30 ft. per lead.
SPARE PARTS AND TOOLS
8458835 Rev.
8330010
A
Engine Spare Parts List
Spare Parts and Bearing Tools, Gear
Tool Kit List, Engine
Bolt, Engine Jack Screw
NOTE*  Engine spare parts listings will be handled
separately.
8074566 Rev.
A
Engine Crankshaft Deflection Gauge Description
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