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Group 7 Engine-Dhven Pumps ..................................................................... hbricating Oil Pump with Pressure Relief Valve ............. Engine-Driven Pumps ............ Cylinder Lnbrication ...................................................................... Qlinder Lubricator Drive and Adjustments .................. with Extemal Cyl. Lubrication Cyiinder Lubrication ..................................... Fuel Booster Pump ...................................... Cooling Water Pump ..................................... Raw Water Pump ........................................ Fuel Valve Cooling Water Pump ............................ Groap 8 hbricating Oil Diagram ................................. ................................. with Extemal Cyl. Lubrication with Intemal C$l. Lubrication .. , .. 8016-l/Al ... .-. . 8016-l/A2 8017-VA2 sols-VA1 8019-l/Al SlOO-l/Al 8l36-VA1 8339-l/Al Labricating Oil Diagram with Intemal Cyl. Lubrication ...... Engine-Driven Pumps ............ Engine-Driven Pumps ............ Engine-Driven Pumps ............ Engine-Driven Pumps ............ 700%l/Al 7103 - l/Al 7200-l/IFl 7200 - l/F2 7403-VA1 7505 - l/Al 7506-l/Al 7507-l/Al

Cooling Water Diagram ...................................

Tivo-Stage Charge Air Cooler ......

Starting Air Diagram ...................................................................... F&I Oil Diagram ......................................................................... Exllaust Pipe ............................................ Cleaning the lhrbo&qer Group 9 Instrument Pane1 on the Engine ............................................................ Oil Mist Detection ....................................... Oil Mist Detection ....................................... GRAVINER Oil Mst Detector SCHALLER Oil Mist Detector .... .... Single Pipe Exhaust System ........ Exhaust Gas Waste-Gate ................................................................... in Operation (ABB VTR.A) ........................................

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Main Bearing Temperature Monitoring ......................................................

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Operation

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Instrument

Pane1 on the Engine

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The instrument pane1 is mounted above the Start and Stop Valves near the speed govemor. With the precision control valves 7 the conduits to the pressure gauges 3 cari be shut. Should, due to the pulsating pressure, one of the pointers vibrate too much, then slightly reduce the flow with the respective precision control valve until the pointer remains steady. For pressures and temperatures see group 0230-l.

The engine speed cari be watched on the built-in tachometer 4.

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Key to Illustration: 1 Instrument pane1 2 Support 3 Pressure gauge 4 Tachometer 5 Anti-vibration holder
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6 Pipe connection 7 Precision control valve 8 Main starting valve 9 Starting interval valve 10 Stop valve
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Oil Mist Detection GRAWNER Oil Mist Detector

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Where rules or laws demand it or when the customer orders it specially, the engine is equipped with an oil mist detector. This device continuously measures the density of oil mist in the crankcase and triggers an alarm when the oil mist intensity is to a high. With this, possible bearing damage cari be detected at an early stage and explosions be prevented in the crankcase.
If there is an alarm:

Risk of explosion, keep away from engine! Avoid staying in front of explosion relief valves (see group 0350-l and 1603-l).
- Should the engine be shut down (manually or by the monitoring unit) because of a suspected overheating of the

running gear, then neither the covers nor the casings of the crankcase may be opened immediately. - The overheated parts must cool down for at least 20 minutes, to prevent anignition due to the access of fresh air. - Fire extinguishing equipment subsequently opened.
Function

should be kept close at hand when the crankcase or engine housing is

The oil mist detector 4 is mounted on the right engine side. From each cylinder of the crankcase space, a sampling pipe 3 leads to the oil mist detector 4. Via the individual lead piping 3 oil mist samples are drawn in periodically and checked for their intensity. In case of inadmissibly high density the device triggers an alarm. Via return pipe 6 the oil-air mixture is again led back to the crankcase. As the oil mist detector may have been supplied by various manufacturers we refer to the more detailed description of each make. The manufacturers documentation also contains exact instructions regarding maintenance work and commissioning etc.

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1 Cylinder cooling water pipe 2 Pressure reducing valve 3 Suction pipes 4 Oil mist detector 5 Connecting hose

6 Return pipe 7 Oil pipe 8 Compresd air piping 9 Engine housing EK Electrical table

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Operation

9314-VA2

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Oil Mist Detection

SCHALLER Oil Mist Detector

Where rules or laws demand it or when the customer orders it specially, the engine is equipped with an oil mist detector. This device continuously measures the density of oil mist in the crankcase and triggers an alarm when the oil mist intensity is to a high. With this, possible bearing damage cari be detected at an early stage and explosions be prevented in the crankcase. If there is an alarm: Risk of explosion, keep away from engine! Avoid staying in front of explosion relief valves (see group 0350- 1 and 1603- 1).

- Should the engine be shut down (manually or by the monitoring unit) because of a suspected overheating of the running gear, then neither the covers nor the casings of the crankcase may be opened immediately. - The overheated parts must cool down for at least 20 minutes, to preventan ignition due to the access of fresh air. - Fire extinguishing equipment subsequently opened. Function The oil mist detector 4 is mounted on the right engine side. From each cylinder of the crankcase space, a sampling pipe 3 leads to the oil mist detector 4. Via the individual suction pipes 3 oil mist samples are drawn in periodically and checked for their intensity. In case of inadmissibly high density the device triggers an alarm. As the oil mist detector may have been supplied by various manufacturers we refer to the more detailed description of each make. The manufacturers documentation also contains exact instructions regarding maintenance work, commissioning etc. should be kept close at hand when the crankcase or engine housing is

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Key to Illustrations: A and B 1 Cylinder cooling water pipe 2 Connection for air supply 3 Suction pipes 4 Oil mist detector 5 Connecting hose 6 Oil pipe 7 Pressure regulating unit 8 Filter 9 Engine housing EK Electrical table

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9314-VA2

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Main Bearing Temperature Monitoring

Where required by regulations or at the request of the customer, the temperature of the main bearings cari be monitored while the engine is nmning. In such cases, temperature sensors 3, as shown in Fig. Aare fitted into the main bearing covers 1 which transmit a temperature-related signal to a monitoring instrument. Depending upon the installation, this instrument cari give an alarm or immediately stop the engine when the pre-set temperature is exceeded. The arrangement of the temperature sensors for normal main bearings is shown in Fig. Aand for the locating bearing in Fig. B. The screws which hold the clamps 4 have to be secured with locking wire. The temperature sensors are continuously pressed against the bottom of the hole in the bearing caver by spring Y. In order to secure the unions 10 in the main bearing caver, their threads have to be smeared with KKlITE before they are screwed in. This is not necessary with union lOa, since this temperature sensor is located outside the engine housing.

Key to Illustration : A and B 1 Main bearing caver 2 Cable 3,3a Rmperature sensor 3b Terminal boxes for item 3 4 Clamps 5 Locating bearing, lower part 6 Main bearing shell 7 Locating bearing shell 8 Locknut Y Spring 10,lOa Union 11 Engine housing

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