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Emission Control Areas: Part 2 The Manual

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Emission Control Areas: Part 2 The Manual

Total reference guide for crews on-board. Durable hard cover file that ensures crews have total knowledge of all procedures required for compliance. In association with Lloyd’s Register.

OVERVIEW:
» All ECA area co-ordinates
» Fuel Oil changeover procedures
» Considerations when switching to LSFO
» Considerations when switching to distillates
» Taking the MARPOL Sample

CONTENTS:
NOTE ON TERMINOLOGY
INTRODUCTION
LIST OF ABBREVIATIONS
01 EMISSION CONTROL AREAS – A KEY ELEMENT OF MARPOL ANNEX V1
1.1 MARPOL ANNEX VI – AN INTRODUCTION
1.2 MARPOL ANNEX VI APPLICATION AND
OTHER CONTROL REQUIREMENTS
1.3 SULPHUR OXIDES (SOX) AND PARTICULATE MATTER (PM) EMISSION CONTROLS (REGULATION 14)
1.4 FUEL OIL AVAILABILITY AND QUALITY (REGULATION 18)
Box 1 Information to be included in the Bunker Delivery Note
Box 2 EU Sulphur Directive 2005/33/EC, amending 1999/32/EC
Box 3 California regulated waters

02 EMISSION CONTROL AREA CO-ORDINATES
2.1 THE BALTIC AND NORTH SEA AREAS
2.2 THE NORTH AMERICAN AREA
2.3 US CARIBBEAN AREA

03 SULPHUR CONTENT OF FUEL OILS AS LOADED

04 FUEL OIL CHANGE-OVER PROCEDURES
4.1 CHANGE-OVER PROCEDURE OUTLINE
4.2 FACTORS TO CONSIDER
4.3 CHANGE-OVER TIME CALCULATIONS
4.4 VERIFICATION OF CHANGE-OVER

05 CONSIDERATIONS WHEN SWITCHING TO LOW-SULPHUR RESIDUAL FUEL OIL
5.1 CYLINDER LUBRICATING OIL (CLO) SELECTION FOR CROSS-HEAD ENGINES
5.2 FUEL COMPATIBILITY
5.3 IGNITION AND COMBUSTION CHARACTERISTICS
5.4 CATALYST FINES

06 CONSIDERATIONS WHEN SWITCHING TO DISTILLATES
6.1 RAPID TEMPERATURE CHANGES
6.2 DISTILLATE FUEL TEMPERATURE
6.3 LOW FUEL VISCOSITY
6.4 CLEANING / SEARCHING ACTION OF DISTILLATES
6.5 LUBRICITY ISSUES
6.6 AUXILIARY BOILERS

07 CONTINUOUS OPERATION WITHIN ECAs
7.1 ENGINE LUBRICANTS
7.2 BUNKERING – SEGREGATION
7.3 FUEL TEMPERATURE CONTROL
7.4 FUEL SYSTEM AND ENGINE COMPONENTS

08 THE MARPOL SAMPLE
8.1 GENERAL SAMPLING PROCEDURES FOR OBTAINING THE MARPOL SAMPLE
8.2 ACTIONS IF IT APPEARS THAT THE REQUIRED PROCEDURES HAVE NOT BEEN FOLLOWED
8.3 IN THE EVENT THE MARPOL SAMPLE IS TO BE ANALYSED

Box 4 2009 Guidelines for the Sampling of Fuel Oil for Determination of Compliance