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EVAC VACUUM TOILET SYSTEM


USER MANUAL for H1451/52/53
4 COLLECTING UNITS

Delivery year: 2003


Evac project no: 12688-01/02/03

5 SPARE PARTS

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Postal address
EVAC OY
Purotie 1
7 PIPING
00380 HELSINKI
FINLAND

Telephone
+ 358-9-506 761

Telefax
8 CERTIFICATES
+ 358-9-506 76333

Email
evac.marine@evac.fi

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Date 03 Feb 2003
EVAC MARINE SYSTEMS

GENERAL

EVAC WASTE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM

Evac offers complete waste management systems including vacuum toilets, collecting units and sewage treatment
plants both for black and grey water and also automation systems for the management and control of the grey and
black water processes onboard.

BLACK WATER SYSTEMS

Vacuum
toilets

Showers

Sinks
Non-return valve

Urinals

Sewage treatment plant

Vacuum
interface Ventilation
valve
Sea valve
Ventilation

Vacuum
collecting
unit Discharge line

Evac vacuum toilet system


The Evac vacuum toilet system uses vacuum for sewage transport from sanitary fixtures, like toilets, to a sewage
collection tank in small diameter sewage piping not depending on gravity. Vacuum can be created by sewage powered
ejectors, or vacuum pumps. Vacuum toilets, connected to the piping system, use only 0.6...1.2 litres of water per
flush. Rinse water valve, discharge valve and control mechanism are integrated into the toilet bowl.

Other sanitary fixtures like urinals, wash basins, shower trays and bath tubs operating with gravity principle are
connected to the vacuum system via vacuum interface valves.

In vacuum collecting units vacuum is created with ejectors or with vacuum pumps. When ejectors are used,
different flexible collection configurations can be utilized; pre-assembled acid proof tank units, shipyard built
tanks or combined units where vacuum creation and biological treatment is built in the same unit.

Sewage treatment plants


The Evac sewage treatment unit product family consists of biological and physical/chemical
based treatment products. The Evac sewage treatment units are designed to work together
with the Evac vacuum collecting units.

Vacuum piping components


Evac supplies vacuum piping components such as vacuum interface valves, non-return valves,
air valves and chemical dosing units.
EVAC reserves the right to make alterations to this specification without prior notice.
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EVAC MARINE SYSTEMS

GENERAL

GREY WATER SYSTEMS

Evac supplies equipment for grey water collection systems for single installations and for installations working
with Evac black water systems for ships – both for new buildings and retrofits.

ACCOMODATIONS

Grey water system Black water system

Sewage treatment
plant
GALLEY Vacuum
collecting Discharge
unit overboard

Dilution
water
Grey water
collecting unit /
pumping
station

Grease
separator
Grey water
holding tank

Grey water collecting units/pump stations


Evac offers custom made grey water collecting units/pump stations for gravity systems. For galley and kitchen waters
there is available an integrated grey water collecting unit and a grease separator which saves space and simplifies the
system.

Grease separators
Galley and kitchen water contain grease which is harmful for a piping system and a treatment process. Evac has
developed a grease separator product family for both gravity and vacuum systems. The Evac grease separator product
family meets customer's requirements from simple standard grease separator to highly sophisticated and automated
grease separator systems.

EVAC reserves the right to make alterations to this specification without prior notice.
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EVAC MARINE SYSTEMS

GENERAL

AUTOMATION SYSTEMS

For efficient and safe waste water control onboard, Evac offers automation solutions, which controls all waste water
units separately, but also integrate them to the ship’s main automation system. Evac is a single source sewage system
automation supplier providing designing, engineering, commissioning and operational support.

SANITEC PRODUCTS

As a member of Sanitec group Evac can offer a wide range of sanitary ceramics and bathroom products for its marine
customers.

SERVICE AND MAINTENANCE

The Evac global service aim is to keep customers satisfied with the Evac products through their life cycle by offering
training, system surveys, upgrading products, and preventive maintenance agreements.

EVAC reserves the right to make alterations to this specification without prior notice.
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GENERAL
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Date 01 Jul 2002
SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
OPERATION
AND
MAINTENANCE

Safety summary

The Evac Vacuum Toilet System receives, treats and discharges sewage waste. Personnel must, at all times, observe
safety regulations while performing maintenance or repairs. Every practical safety feature has been incorporated into
the design and manufacture of this equipment; however, personnel must be aware of the following potential hazards.

Gas hazards

Putrefaction of organic matter in Vacuum Toilet Systems will produce disagreeable odors and an oxygen deficient
atmosphere. When removing access covers, fresh air from known outside source must be supplied to the surrounding
area. Only after this fresh air has been supplied for the proper tank ventilation should personnel open the tank. Under
no circumstances should any person service a tank without a second person, capable of rendering aid, standing by.
If an extended period of time for the tank repair is anticipated, personnel should utilize the proper respiratory equipment.

Chemical hazards

If some chemicals like disinfection chemicals, foam removing chemicals or pipe cleaning chemicals are used,
manufactures safety regulations must be followed.

Disease hazards

Sewage is a common mode of transmission for parasitic organisms such as bacteria, fungi, protozoa, viruses and
worms. Some of these may be pathogenic, meaning they have the capability of causing serious communicable
diseases. Most diseases associated with sewage result hand-to-mouth transfer of the pathogenic organisms.
Good personal hygiene by those servicing, or in any way coming in contact with the equipment is imperative. After
coming in contact with sewage or any contaminated equipment items, personnel should throughly clean themselves
with a disinfectant soap solution. This precaution is an absolute requirement before eating, drinking or performing hand-
to-mouth functions. Skin abrations, punctures or any other wounds require immediate and proper medical attention.

Mechanical hazards

Before maintenance is performed on motor driven equipment, the main circuit breaker should be de-energized and
labeled "OUT OF SERVICE". Only authorized maintenance personnel should make repairs to this equipment.

Electrical hazards

The equipment is supplied with voltages that are dangerous and could provide fatal if contacted by personnel. To avoid
electrical shock, remove the electrical power by placing the main circuit breaker in OFF position. Do this before
performing any maintenance on electrical equipment or motors. Personnel should exercise extreme caution when
opening the door although the main circuit breaker is in OFF position. The terminals of incoming power are still alive.

EVAC reserves the right to make alterations to this specification without prior notice.
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GENERAL
Doc 1:01134A
Date 03 Feb 2003
CHEMICAL RESISTANCE OF MAJOR POLYMERS USED IN EVAC COMPONENTS
TECHNICAL
DATA

Chemicals PP PE PVC PA Chemicals PP PE PVC PA


Acetaldehyde 1 3 4 1 Magnesium Hydroxide 1 1 1 2
Acetamide 1 1 4 1 Mercury 2 1 2 1
Acetic Acid 80% 1 4 4 4 Oleum 100% 4 4 4 4
Acetone 1 2 4 1 Petrolatum 4 2 2 4
Acetylene 1 1 1 1 Phenol 2 2 3 3
Alcohols: Amyl 2 2 1 1 Phosphoric Acid 2 2 2 2
Bennzyl 1 4 4 1 Picric Acid 2 - 4 3
Butyl 1 1 1 1 Potassium Carbonate 1 1 1 1
Ethyl 1 2 3 1 Silver Nitrate 1 2 1 1
Isopropyl 1 1 1 2 Sodium Bicarbonate 1 1 1 1
Methyl 1 1 1 1 Stearic Acid 1 2 2 1
Aluminum Sulfate 1 1 1 1 Sulfuric Acid 105 1 1 1 4
Ammonia 1 3 1 2 Sulfuric Acid >75% 3 2 4 4
Ammonia Nitrate 1 - 2 4 Tannic Acid 1 2 1 3
Aniline 3 2 3 3 Toluene 3 2 4 1
Anti-Freeze 4 - 1 4 Zinc Sulfate 1 1 1 1
Aromatic Hydrocarbons 4 3 4 -
Arsenic Acid 1 2 1 3
Barium Carbonate 1 2 1 1
Barium Sulfate 2 2 2 1
Benzaldehyde 1 1 4 3 NOTE: Check always chemical reisistance of Evac
Benzene 3 3 3 1 components if you are using any of the listed
Benzoic Acid 3 2 1 3
chemicals in your sewage system.
Benzol 1 3 - 4
Borax 2 1 2 1
Boric Acid 1 1 1 2
Butadiene 4 4 3 1
Butane 3 3 3 1
Butylene - 2 3 2
Calcium Sulfate 1 2 1 4
Carbon Bisulfide 3 - 4 1
Carbon Dioxide 1 3 1 1
Carbon Disulfide 4 3 4 2
Carbonic Acid 2 2 1 1
Chloric Acid - - 1 4
Chlorine, anhidrous 2 2 3 4
Chloroform 3 3 4 4
Chromic Acid 50% 2 1 3 4
Citric Acid 1 1 2 1
Clorox (Bleach) 4 - 1 1
Copper Sulfate 1 2 1 3
Cyanic Acid - - - -
Diesel Fuel 1 3 1 1
Ethane 3 - 4 4
Ethylene Glycol 1 1 1 2
Fatty Acids 2 1 2 1
Ferric Chloride 2 1 1 3
Ferric Sulfate 2 1 1 1
Fluorine 4 3 4 4 PP = Poly propene
Formaldehyde 100% 3 2 1 4 PE = Polyethylene
Formic Acid 1 2 1 3 PVC = Polyvinyl chloride
Gasoline 3 3 3 1 PA = Polyamide
Grease - - 1 -
Heptane 3 2 3 1
Hydrazine 3 - - -
Hydrocloric Acid 20% 2 1 1 4 Class:
Hydrocloric Acid 100% 2 - 2 4 1 = Very good
Hydrogen Peroxyde 30% 2 3 1 4 2 = Good
Hydrogen Peroxyde 100% 2 3 3 4 3 = Moderate
Iodine 4 1 4 4 4 = Not recommended

EVAC reserves the right to make alterations to this specification without prior notice.
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GENERAL
Doc 1:01135A
Date 03 Feb 2003
CHEMICAL RESISTANCE OF MAJOR ELASTOMERS USED IN EVAC COMPONENTS
TECHNICAL
DATA

Chemical Agent NR NBR EPDM SBR Chemical Agent NR NBR EPDM SBR
Acetaldehyde 3 4 1 4 Dry chlorine 3 3 3 -
Acetylene 1 1 - 1 Wet chlorine 4 4 4 4
Acetophenone 3 4 1 4 Dibutyl phthalate 4 4 1 4
Acetone 1 1 1 4 Diethylene glycol 1 1 1 1
Acetic Acid 10% 4 4 3 4 Diethyl sebacate 4 - 2 4
Acetic Acid 50% 4 4 4 3 Dinitrotoluene - 4 4 4
Acetic Acid 25% 4 4 4 4 Dioctyl phthalate 4 4 1 3
Acetic Acid 100% 4 1 1 2 Dioctyl sebacate 4 - 2 3
Boric Acid 10% 1 1 1 1 Epychlorohydrin - - 2 4
Citric Acid 1 1 1 1 Hexane 4 4 4 1
Chloroacetic Acid 3 3 3 3 Ethanol 1 1 1 2
Chromic Acid 40% 4 4 4 4 Fluorobenzene 4 4 4 4
Formic Acid 3 2 2 2 Formaldehyde 40% 1 1 - 1
Formic Acid - - - 3 Freon 11 2 2 4 1
Phosphoric Acid 60% 2 1 1 3 Freon 12 1 1 2 1
Hypochlorous Acidc - 1 - 2 Freon 21 3 3 3 3
Lactic Acid 1 1 - 1 Freon 22 1 1 1 1
Maleic Acid 1 - 2 2 Freon 113 3 2 3 3
Naphthenic Acid - - - 1 Freon 114 1 - 1 1
Nitric Acid 10% 2 2 3 3 Glycerine 1 1 1 1
Nitric Acidc 65% 4 4 4 4 Silicone wax - - 1 1
Palmitic Acid 3 3 2 1 Hydrogen 1 - 1 1
Salicyclic Acid 1 - 1 3 Calcium Hydroxide 1 1 - 2
Stearic Acid 3 3 2 2 Sodium hypochlorite 10% 2 2 1 2
Sulfuric Acid 10% 1 1 1 3 Milk 2 - 1 1
Sulfuric Acid 20% 1 1 - 1 Mercury 1 1 - 1
Sulfuric Acid 25% 1 1 - 4 Methanol 1 1 1 2
Sulfuric Acid 50% 1 1 - 4 Methyl ethyl ketone 3 3 1 4
Sulfuric Acid 60% 1 1 - 4 Naphtha 4 4 4 2
Sulfuric Acid 75% 4 4 - 4 Nitrobenzene 4 4 1 4
Sulfuric Acid 65% 4 4 3 4 Nitroethane 2 3 2 4
Sulfurous Acid 1 2 2 2 Nitrometane 1 1 2 4
Tannic Acid 1 3 - 2 Nitropropane 3 3 1 4
Tartaric Acid 10% 1 1 2 1 Animal oli (Whale-seal) 4 4 2 1
Deionized water 2 1 1 1 Cereal oil 4 4 1 1
Turpentine 4 4 - 4 Coconut oil 3 - 3 -
Acrylonitrile 1 4 2 4 Cod liver oil 4 - 2 1
Ammonia 2 1 1 1 Olive oil 4 3 3 1
Aniline 2 2 2 4 Cotton seed oil 4 4 2 1
Aniline 4 4 1 4 Silicone oil - - 1 1
Asphalt 4 4 4 1 Castor oil 2 1 1 2
ASTM 1OIL 4 3 4 1 Oxygen 3 3 1 1
ASTM 2 OIL 4 4 4 1 Ozone 4 4 1 4
ASTM 3 OIL 4 4 4 1 Perchloroethylene 4 4 4 3
Benzene 4 4 4 4 Potassium Permanganate 25% 4 - 4 -
Sodium Bicarbonate 1 1 1 1 Tetraethyllead - - 4 -
Carbon dioxide 1 1 1 1 Propane 4 - 1 2
Butter 4 4 3 1 Soda (sodium hydroxide) 10% 1 1 1 1
Butadene - - - 4 Styrene 4 4 4 4
Liquid Butane 4 4 4 1 Toluene 4 4 4 4
Fuel A (100% Isoctane) 4 3 4 1 Trichloroethylene 4 4 4 4
Fuel B (70% Isoctane, 50%Toluol) 4 4 4 2 Sulfur 3 3 1 1
Fuel C (50% Isoctane, 50%Toloul) 4 4 4 2
Fuel with methanol or ethanol 4 4 4 3
Kerosene 4 4 - 1
Cyclohexane 4 4 4 1
Cloroacetone - - 1 4 NR= Natural rubber
Chlorobenzene 4 4 4 4 NBR = Nitrile rubber
Chloroforme 4 4 4 4 EPDM = Ethylene propylene rubber
Choloroprene chlorine 4 4 4 4 SBR = Styrene butadiene rubber

NOTE: Check always chemical reisistance of Evac Class:


1 = Very good
components if you are using any of the listed 2 = Good
chemicals in your sewage system. 3 = Moderate
4 = Not recommended
EVAC reserves the right to make alterations to this specification without prior notice.
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Date 29 Jan 2003
UNITS AND UNIT CONVERSIONS

GENERAL

Units and unit conversions


All units in the Evac marine systems catalog are SI-units if not otherwise stated. All dimensions in drawings are in
mm if not otherwise stated. Please, use following conversion table to convert SI-units to U.S. / imperial units and vice
versa.

Units of Mass: Units of Mass:


1 Kg = 2.205 lb 1 lb = 0.4535 kg
1g = 0.03527 oz 1 oz = 28.3498 g

Units of Volume: Units of Volume:


1 m3 = 35.31467 cu ft 1 cu ft = 0.028316 m3
1 m3 = 264.1721 gal (US) 1 gal (US) = 0.003785 m3
1 m3 = 219.9692 gal (imp) 1 gal (imp) = 0.004546 m3
1l = 0.2642 gal (US) 1 gal (US) = 3.785412 l
1l = 0.2200 gal (imp) 1 gal (imp) = 4.546092 l
1l = 1.057 qt (US) 1 qt (US) = 0.946352 l
1l = 0.8799 qt (imp) 1 qt (imp) = 1.136 l
1l = 0.03531 cu ft 1 cu ft = 28.31685 l
1 ml = 0.03381 oz (US) 1 oz (US) = 29.57353 ml
1 ml = 0.03519 oz (imp) 1 oz (imp) = 28.41307 ml
1 ml = 0.06102 cu in 1 cu in = 16.38706 ml

Units of Length: Units of Length:


1m = 3.281 ft 1 ft = 0.3048 m
1 mm = 0.03937 in 1 in = 25.4 mm

Units of Torque: Units of Torque:


1 Nm = 0.1020 kg-m 1 kg-m = 9.80665 Nm
1 Nm = 0.7376 ft-lb 1 ft-lb = 1.35582 Nm
1 Nm = 8.851 in-lb 1 in-lb = 0.1129848 Nm

Units of Force: Units of Force:


1N = 0.1020 kg 1 kg = 9.80665 N
1N = 0.2248 lbf 1 lbf = 4.448222 N
1 kg = 2.205 lbf 1 lbf = 0.4535924 kg

Units of Pressure: Units of Pressure:


1 kPa = 0.01020 kg/cm2 1 kg/cm2 = 98.0665 kPa
1 kPa = 0.1450 psi 1 psi = 6.894757 kPa
1 kPa = 0.7501 cm Hg 1 cm Hg = 1.333224 kPa
1 kPa = 0.2953 in. Hg. 1 in. Hg. = 3.3863 kPa
1 kPa = 0.01 bar 1 bar = 100 kPa
1 bar = 14.50377 psi 1 psi = 0.06894757 bar

Units of Temperature: Units of Temperature:


(1.8 x °C) + 32 = °F (°F-32)/1.8 = °C

Units of Speed: Units of Speed:


1 km/h = 0.6214 mph 1 mph = 1.609344 km/h

Units of Power: Units of Power:


1 kW = 1.341 HP 1 HP = 0.7456999 kW

EVAC reserves the right to make alterations to this specification without prior notice.
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VA CUUM TOILET
VACUUM
Doc 1:01001B
Date 02 Jul 2002
6540963 EVAC 900, WALL MODEL, SILENT, WHITE
6540964 EVAC 900, WALL MODEL, MOSAIK, WHITE
TECHNICAL
DATA

P/N 6541458 Pneumatic push button, white


Optional:
Max. 415 Water supply 1/2” P/N 6541053 Optional pneumatic push button,
chromium-plated
395 Shut-off valve

Vacuum breaker
Seat and cover
Silent or Mosaik
550
Flexible water
connection hose

Discharge connection
Max. 450

Ø50

430
365
250
110

Edge strip

50
Bowl
230 90
Connection sleeve

Materials Bowl: White vitreous china* * See available colours on


Seat; Silent: PP*, Mosaik: PP* document 1:01016A
Cover; Silent: ABS*, Mosaik: PP*
Pneumatic push button: White plastic, ABS

Operating data Water pressure: 200 ...1000kPa


Operating vacuum: -30 ... -50kPa
Water consumption: ~1.2 ±0.15 litres/flush ( water pressure: 400kPa, vacuum: -40kPa )
Air consumption: ~60 ±10 litres/flush (normal atmospheric air)

Connections Water supply: 1/2" MPT, flexible hose


Discharge: Discharge connection Ø50, two hose clamps are included in the connection
sleeve to O.D. 48 - 52mm pipe.

Shipping data P/N 6540963 EVAC 900, Wall model, Silent:


Net weight: 20.2 ±0.5kg
Shipping weight: 22.3 ±0.5kg
Shipping volume: 0.168m3

P/N 6540964 EVAC 900, Wall model, Mosaik:


Net weight: 18.3 ±0.5kg
Shipping weight: 20.3 ±0.5kg
Shipping volume: 0.168m3

EVAC reserves the right to make alterations to this specification without prior notice.
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VACUUM
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Date 13 Jun 2002
6541004 EVAC 900, FLOOR MODEL, SILENT, WHITE
6541005 EVAC 900, FLOOR MODEL, ANIARA, WHITE
TECHNICAL
DATA

P/N 5860303 Pneumatic push button


Optionals:
P/N 5410064 Cover plate, nickel-plated brass
P/N 6541057 Optional pneumatic push button kit,
push button: white plastic
P/N 6541058 Optional pneumatic push button kit, Water supply 1/2"
push button: chromium-plated plastic
Shut-off valve

Seat and cover, Vacuum breaker Flexible water


Silent or Aniara
connection hose
560 Max. 385

Discharge
connection Ø50

Max. 465
Rubber
elbow 90°
Bowl
150

Ø50
Ø10 150
195 90

Materials Bowl: White vitreous china * * See available colours on


Seat; Silent: PP*, Aniara: PP* document 1:01016A
Cover; Silent: ABS*, Aniara: PP*
Pneumatic push button: Chromium-plated plastic

Operating data Water pressure: 200...1000kPa


Operating vacuum: -30 ... -50kPa
Water consumption: ~1.2 ±0.15 litres/flush ( water pressure: 400kPa, vacuum: -40kPa )
Air consumption: ~ 60 ±10 litres/flush (normal atmospheric air)

Connections Water supply: 1/2" MPT, flexible hose


Discharge: Rubber elbow 90°, two hose clamps are included in the rubber elbow 90° to O.D.
48 - 52mm pipe.

Shipping data P/N 6541004 EVAC 900, Floor model, Silent:


Net weight: 23.2 ±0.5kg
Shipping weight: 25.2 ±0.5kg
Shipping volume: 0.168m3

P/N 6541005 EVAC 900, Floor model, Aniara:


Net weight: 21.3 ±0.5kg
Shipping weight: 23.3 ±0.5kg
Shipping volume: 0.168m3

EVAC reserves the right to make alterations to this specification without prior notice.
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VACUUM
Doc 1:01005B
Date 04 Jul 2002
6541458 PNEUMATIC PUSH BUTTON, WHITE, EVAC 900, WALL MODELS
6541053 OPTIONAL PNEUMATIC PUSH BUTTON, CHROMIUM-PLATED, EVAC 900,
WALL MODELS TECHNICAL
DATA

40
170

Ø 4.5
60

58

P/N 6541458 Pneumatic push button:

Materials Cover: ABS, white


Button: PBT, white
Bottom plate: POM, natural

Connections Hose nipple Ø4/Ø2

Shipping data Net weight: 0.2kg

P/N 6541053 Optional pneumatic push button:

Materials Cover: Chromium-plated ABS plastic


Button: Chromium-plated PBT plastic
Bottom plate: POM, natural

Connections Hose nipple Ø4/Ø2

Shipping data Net weight: 0.2kg

EVAC reserves the right to make alterations to this specification without prior notice.
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VA CUUM TOILET
VACUUM
Doc 1:01006A
Date 09 Jul 2002
5860303 PNEUMATIC PUSH BUTTON, EVAC 900, FLOOR MODEL
TECHNICAL
DATA

Pneumatic push button

Materials Push button: Chromium-plated plastic

Connections Hose nipple Ø4/Ø2

Shipping data Net weight: 0.02kg

EVAC reserves the right to make alterations to this specification without prior notice.
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VACUUM
Doc 1:01197
Date 07 Nov 2002
5410064 COVER PLATE
6541057 OPTIONAL PNEUMATIC PUSH BUTTON KIT, EVAC 900, FLOOR MODELS
TECHNICAL
6541058 OPTIONAL PNEUMATIC PUSH BUTTON KIT, EVAC 900, FLOOR MODELS
DATA

Optional pneumatic
push button kit

P/N 5410064 Cover plate

Materials Cover plate: Nickel-plated brass

Shipping data Net weight: 0.02kg


Cover plate

P/N 6541057 Optional pneumatic push button kit:


Pneumatic push
Materials Pneumatic push button, cover and
button
button: White plastic
Protecting pipe: White color PVC Ø10

Connections Hose nipple Ø4/Ø2

Shipping data Net weight: 0.2kg 1200

P/N 6541058 Optional pneumatic push button kit:

Materials Pneumatic push button, cover and


button: Chromium-plated plastic
Protecting pipe: White color PVC

Connections Hose nipple Ø4/Ø2


Installation kit Protecting pipe
Shipping data Net weight: 0.2kg

EVAC reserves the right to make alterations to this specification without prior notice.
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VA CUUM TOILET
VACUUM
Doc 1:01016A
Date 19 Dec 2002
STANDARD COLOURS, EVAC 900, WALL MODELS AND FLOOR MODELS
TECHNICAL
DATA

P/N Type Colour


6540963 Wall model, Silent White
6540964 Wall model, Mosaik White
6540965 Wall model USPH, Silent White
6540966 Wall model USPH, Mosaik White
6541004 Floor model, Silent White
6541005 Floor model, Aniara White
6541006 Floor model USPH, Silent White
6541007 Floor model USPH, Aniara White
6540977 Wall model, Silent, autoflush White
6541041 Wall model, Silent Standard colour
6541043 Wall model USPH, Silent Standard colour
6541045 Floor model, Silent Standard colour
6541047 Floor model USPH, Silent Standard colour
6541049 Wall model, Silent, autoflush Standard colour
6542578 Wall model USPH, Open front White
6542614 Floor model USPH, Open front White

Bowl, seat and cover are available in white and in standard colours. Standard colours are shown in Standard
colours palette (Appendix in Marine Systems catalogue). When a toilet is ordered in a standard colour the toilet's
part number (according to the table above) and the standard colour's number and name (according to Standard
colour palette) must be given.

For example if the toilet Wall model USPH, silent is ordered in standard colour pastel rose the order code is:
6541043 Wall model USPH, Silent, 60 pastel rose.

NOTE: Evac 900 vacuum toilets with Mosaik, Aniara or Open front seats and covers are available only in white
colour.

In large series silent seats and covers are available in additional colours. For orders an international colour code
like Muncell or RAL has to be given.

EVAC reserves the right to make alterations to this specification without prior notice.
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VA CUUM TOILET
VACUUM
Doc 2:01001C
Date 18 Dec 2002
6540963 EVAC 900, WALL MODEL, SILENT
6540964 EVAC 900, WALL MODEL, MOSAIK
6540965 EVAC 900, WALL MODEL USPH, SILENT INSTALLATION
6540966 EVAC 900, WALL MODEL USPH, MOSAIK
6542578 EVAC 900, WALL MODEL USPH, OPEN FRONT

NOTE: Recommended place for the button. USPH vacuum breaker Shut-off valve
If place is changed, consult EVAC. (Only in USPH models) 1/2" MPT
130
Pneumatic
push button Vacuum breaker
(Not in USPH

See also doc. 2:01013B (USPH wall bracket) 90


models)
Cover:
(water supply hose)
350 (push button)

Silent, Mosaik or
A Flexible water
Open front
min 280 hose
360

Discharge pipe
alignment tolerance
to be ±3.0 mm
72

140
220

110
50
160

Ø50
90

U-beam (not included in Straight connection Optional connection,


EVAC supply) 50x30x2. 5433572 rubber elbow 90°
Fasten the beam to a solid 5433583
structure.

Installation kit 6540972 consists of: Toilet supporting beams for wall model
Plastic nut M12 2 pcs (U-beam 50x30x2; not EVAC supply).
Guiding nut 2 pcs
Edge strip 1 pc
Mounting instruction 1 pc M12 bolt to be
Connection 1 pc welded
230
380

Hose clamp 2 pcs


220

200
NOTE: Thread
Edge strip
on bolt must
be full length
Length according to
Fasten the beam to a solid
the space available
structure
Bolt M12
to be welded Dimensions of toilet service
(not included) opening in the wall.

NOTE: Thread on Ø 13
bolt must be full
length 230
370
210

T 65±2 200

Total length of bolt = T + 65 ± 2


90

Cross section A

EVAC reserves the right to make alterations to this specification without prior notice.
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VA CUUM TOILET
VACUUM
Doc 2:01053A
Date 11 Oct 2002
6540963 EVAC 900, WALL MODEL, SILENT
6540964 EVAC 900, WALL MODEL, MOSAIK
INSTALLATION

Mosaik Pneumatic
push button

Shut-off valve /
or
vacuum breaker
assembly
Shut-off valve
Hingebody
Silent Vacuum breaker

Water valve

Washer

Hinge
A

B
D
Discharge valve (See notes!)

Edge strip

E Fig.1

Nut

• Connect the water connection hose A to the water valve.


• Install the backplate assembly to the wall using the bowl fastening bolts B (M12, not included) and the guiding
nuts C (M12). The guiding nuts are necessary.
• Connect the hose D from the flushing ring to the water valve. Do not use any kind of grease during installa-
tion! Secure with hose clampls. Tighten the hose clamps with pliers.

NOTE: Install the hose D to the right side of the discharge valve and below all other hoses.

• Lift bowl onto the fastening bolts and tighten the securing nuts E. Tightening torque is 15-20 Nm.

NOTE: Check hoses through the toilet service opening in the wall that the hoses run smoothly. The hoses shall
not have any kinks.

• Fit the edge strip as shown in figure 1. Place the joint of the strip to the bottom side of the bowl.
• Install the seat and cover.
• Connect the discharge connection. Secure with the hose clamps.
• Connect the shut-off valve/vacuum breaker assembly to the water supply. The shut-off valve must
be installed to the water supply piping's side to ensure the correct flow direction in the vacuum
breaker. Note that the vacuum breaker must be installed vertically as shown.
• Connect the water connection hose A to the shut-off valve/vacuum breaker assembly.
• Install the pneumatic push button (See document 2:01007C).
EVAC reserves the right to make alterations to this specification without prior notice.
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Doc 2:01004B
Date 18 Dec 2002
6541004 EVAC 900, FLOOR MODEL, SILENT
6541005 EVAC 900, FLOOR MODEL, ANIARA
6541006 EVAC 900, FLOOR MODEL USPH, SILENT INSTALLATION
6541007 EVAC 900, FLOOR MODEL USPH, ANIARA
6542614 EVAC 900, FLOOR MODEL USPH, OPEN FRONT

Vacuum breaker Cover support P/N 5610010


Max.100 (not included)
(Not in USPH models)
Water supply 1/2" MPT
Flexible water connection hose
Shut-off valve
Pneumatic push button
385 USPH vacuum breaker
(Only in USPH models,
560 see document 2:01003B)
340

380

Discharge pipe alignment


465
362

tolerance to be ± 3.0mm
360°

150
120
Min.20
Ø 48-52
225 195 90
Min.120

Fixing to the floor with Fixing to the floor with Optional discharge connection
max. 10

fixing plate and wood welded bolts


screws
min. 20 80
Straight connection
52 ± 2

5433572 20
20

Fixing plate, plastic Welded bolt M8


150

5779920 (not included) (not included)


Section A Section B
180 150
120
min.

Installation kit 5824900


consists of:

Wood screw 5x45 2 pcs


A A B B
190

170
195

Rubber elbow 1 pc
Hose clamp 2 pcs
Plastic washer 2 pcs
Nut M8 2 pcs
~ 15

Optional fixing Optional fixing Mounting instruction 1 pc


points points

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VACUUM
Doc 2:01005B
Date 18 Dec 2002
6541004 EVAC 900, FLOOR MODEL, SILENT
6541005 EVAC 900, FLOOR MODEL, ANIARA
6541006 EVAC 900, FLOOR MODEL USPH, SILENT INSTALLATION
6541007 EVAC 900, FLOOR MODEL USPH, ANIARA
6542614 EVAC 900, FLOOR MODEL USPH, OPEN FRONT

USPH vacuum breaker


(Only in USPH models
See document 2:01003B)
Aniara

or Hingebody
Shut-off valve

Silent Vacuum breaker


(Not in USPH models)

Washer
or
Hinge

A
Open front

or

• Connect the water connection hose A to water valve B.


• In USPH models connect the hoses from the USPH vacuum breaker to the connecting nipples of the backplate.
Note the correct flow direction (Only in USPH models, see document 2:01003B).
• If you have an optional wall push button follow the installation instructions on document 2:01007C.
• Lift the toilet bowl on it´s place, fix it to the floor using screws/nuts and washers. Use silicone compound to seal
joining between the bowl and the floor.
• Connect the discharge connection.Secure with hose clamps.
• Fix the USPH vacuum breaker on the wall (Only in USPH models, see document 2:01003B).
• Connect the shut-off valve/vacuum breaker assembly (vacuum breaker is not included in
USPH models) to the water supply. The shut-off valve must be installed to the water
supply piping's side to ensure the correct flow direction in the vacuum breaker. Note that
the vacuum breaker must be installed vertically as shown.
• Connect the water connection hose A to the shut-off valve/vacuum breaker.
• Install the seat and the cover.

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Doc
Date
2:01007C
02 Jul 2002
6541458 PNEUMATIC PUSH BUTTON, EVAC 900, WALL MODELS
6541053 OPTIONAL PNEUMATIC PUSH BUTTON, EVAC 900, WALL MODELS
6541057 OPTIONAL PNEUMATIC PUSH BUTTON KIT, EVAC 900, FLOOR MODELS INSTALLATION
6541058 OPTIONAL PNEUMATIC PUSH BUTTON KIT, EVAC 900, FLOOR MODELS

1. Drill Ø6 mm hole for the hose A.


Ø6 from the control 2. Connect the plastic hose A from the control mechanism to
60
mechanism the bellow B. Warm the end of the hose if needed to help
C installation.
3. Install the push button's body C on the wall using screws D
(not included).
A 4. Snap the cover E of the push button bellow in its place.
D
NOTE: Secure, that the hose A is not flattened after
installation. Air impulse must always flow free.
E
B 3.

Installing the push button on the wall, floor models with


the optional push button kit.
60 (Hose and protecting pipe on the surface of the wall)

C 1. Thread the hose from the control mechanism through the


protection pipe A.
2. Install the protection pipe A on the wall using screws and
D clamps B.
3. Cut off the film of the bushing for the plastic hose in the
bottom side of the push buttons cover.
E 4. Connect plastic hose from the control mechanism to the
B bellow C. Snap the plastic hose on the clip behind the
bottom plate.
A
5. Install the push button body D to the wall using screws (not
included).
from the control 6. Snap the cover of the push button bellow E in its place.
mechanism

Control mechanism
Plastic hose to the push button
Make sure, that the plastic hose does not get loose from the
control mechanism. See installation of the plastic hose from
the picture on the left.

Back
plate Hose clip

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Doc
Date
2:01007C
02 Jul 2002
6541458 PNEUMATIC PUSH BUTTON, EVAC 900, WALL MODELS
6541053 OPTIONAL PNEUMATIC PUSH BUTTON, EVAC 900, WALL MODELS
6541057 OPTIONAL PNEUMATIC PUSH BUTTON KIT, EVAC 900, FLOOR MODELS INSTALLATION
6541058 OPTIONAL PNEUMATIC PUSH BUTTON KIT, EVAC 900, FLOOR MODELS

Recommended place for the button


Optional push button (Floor models)
Control NOTE: Make sure, that cover does not hit the push button
mechanism when opened. (*In Aniara/Mosaik models dimension is 100mm
smaller due to the flexible cover.) If the place is changed,
consult EVAC.
130 110
350*

~640*
~290

Floor models

Optional pneumatic push button kit

Install the protecting pipe under the discharge pipe.

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VA CUUM TOILET
VACUUM
Doc 3:01001B
Date 09 Jul 2002
EVAC 900, WALL MODELS AND FLOOR MODELS
OPERATION
AND
MAINTENANCE

Pneumatic push button Hose to pneumatic


(Wall model) push button
Hose clip
Min-check
Cover Control mechanism valve

Flushing
ring

Flushing Water
ring valve

Bowl
Discharge valve

Pneumatic push button Discharge valve


(Floor model)
Start-up
• Clean the bottom of the toilet bowl.
• Check that the mini-check valve and discharge valve are clean and working correctly.
• Check that the water supply hose and the filter of the water valve are not blocked up.
• Check that sufficient vacuum (-30kPa) is available.
• Open the water supply valve in the water supply piping.
• Press the toilet push button. Pressing the button starts the flushing sequence. The discharge valve opens and
the contents of the bowl are extracted by vacuum. At the same time the bowl is rinsed by water.
• When the discharge valve has been closed, the water level is restored in the bowl by the closing time delay of
the water valve.

Monitoring the vacuum toilet in normal operation


• Check that the water valve provides the rinse water to the bowl at the same time as the discharge valve extracts
the bowl contents when the push button is pressed.
• Check that the push button returns to it´s non-activated state.
• Check that after the discharge valve closes, the water valve continues to provide water to the bowl. If the water
valve time delay is correctly adjusted, there should be a pool of water at the bottom of the bowl.
• Check that there are no water or air leaks.

NOTE: Water consumption is dependent on water supply pressure.

Preparation for a toilet not to be used for a long period


• Close the water supply valve.
• Run a flush cycle by pressing the push button.
• Close the toilet seat cover.
Water valve Discharge valve
Rubber
diaphragms

Filter
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VA CUUM TOILET
VACUUM
Doc 3:01003B
Date 03 Jul 2002
EVAC 900, WALL MODELS AND FLOOR MODELS
OPERATION
AND
MAINTENANCE

Hose connections

Pneumatic push button

Water valve
Water supply
Control connection
mechanism

Flushing ring

Discharge valve

Operation

The toilet is flushed by pressing the push button. The pneumatic push button is connected to the
control mechanism with a control hose, which transports the air pulse from push button to the control
mechanism. The air pulse starts the flushing sequence and the control mechanism connects the
vacuum to the control connections of the water valve and the discharge valve. The water valve opens
and lets rinsing water flow into the bowl through the flushing ring. After a short delay, the vacuum
acts in discharge valve housing and forces the rubber diaphragm in discharge valve to open. The
contents of the bowl is drained to the vacuum sewer by a pressure difference between the bowl and
vacuum sewer.
The flushing cycle in the control mechanism starts the closing cycle. Atmospheric air pulse enters
the discharge valve, which closes. After a short delay, atmospheric air pulse reaches water valve,
which closes and lets a certain level of water at the bottom in the bowl.
After the flushing cycle has stopped, the push button and system will be ready for next flush.

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VA CUUM TOILET
VACUUM
Doc 3:01006B
Date 03 Jul 2002
5775500 CONTROL MECHANISM, EVAC 900, WALL MODELS AND FLOOR MODELS
OPERATION
AND
MAINTENANCE

Flow direction Description of flushing sequence

In the standby position FIG.1

Control valve 1 is closed. Vacuum in chambers 2 and 3 is


equalized by the jets 4 and 5. Spring force 6 holds the
mechanism in non-activated position.

In the position immediately after push button has


been pressed FIG.2

Air pressure applied from the flush button to chamber 7 has


lifted the lever 8 and opened control valve 1. Atmospheric air
has entered chamber 3 through filter 9 and valve 1. The force
from the pressure difference between 2 and 3 has moved the
shaft 10 to the left and the following sequence of events has
occured:

The inlet valve 11 has closed. Vacuum valve 12 has opened.


Vacuum is distributed via check valve 13 to discharge valve
18 and water valve 19 which will both open. Chamber 14 is
also subjected to vacuum through check valve 21.

This vacuum will pull lever 8 and close valve 1 and the timer
function will start. Chamber 3 will be evacuated through jet 5
and the pressure difference 2-3 equalizes. At a certain level,
the counterforce from spring 6 will outweigh and the cycle will
go in the opposite direction:

The vacuum valve 12 will close. The air inlet valve 11 will open
and atmospheric air will enter discharge valve, water valve and
chamber 14. The discharge valve 18 will close and somewhat
later (because of the jet 17), the water valve 19 closes when
a suitable water level has been reached at the bottom of the
bowl.

Returning to standby positin FIG.3

The whole system goes to standby position ready for another


VT-flush.

NOTE: Diaphragm 16 has the same effective area as the air


inlet valve 11 to balance the vacuum forces. FIG.3

NOTE: Check valve 13 ensures that connected valves in


activated position are unaffected by changes in the vacuum
supply level.

NOTE: If vacuum is too low or absent the


function is delayed. Control valve 1 stays
open until chamber 14 is subject to
vacuum.

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VA CUUM TOILET
VACUUM
Doc 3:111B
Date 03 Jul 2002
5775500 CONTROL MECHANISM, EVAC 900, WALL MODELS AND FLOOR MODELS
OPERATION
AND
MAINTENANCE

Control mechanism Pneumatic push button

Filter 5 (Inlet for atmospheric air to


discharge and water valve)

Filter 4
Jet 3

Jet 2 Jet 1 Water valve

Jet 6 (inside the


plastic cover) Discharge valve

Operation

The functioning of the vacuum toilet is entirely controlled by the control mechanism. The operation of the
control mechnism is based on vacuum in the sewage piping system.
Description of flushing sequence see document 3:01006B.
Jet 1 (document 3:01006B pos 5) controls the discharge valve opening time.
Jet 2 (document 3:01006B pos 4) counters the effect of quick changes in the vacuum supply.
Jet 3 (document 3:01006B pos 15) delays the vacuum changes in chamber 14 (see document 3:01006B).
This prevents a new flushing procedure to start before the previous procedure has stopped.

Maintenance

Check that the air filters 4 and 5 are not blocked.


Check hoses and pipe connections for leaks.

Toilet discharge time

Jet 1 Short discharge period Red jet 1.5 sec.


Normal discharge period Blue jet 2.0 sec.
Longer discharge period White jet 2.5 sec.
Less restriction shortens the time

Water valve opening time

Jet 6 Normal bowl water level White jet


Low bowl water level Blue jet

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VA CUUM TOILET
VACUUM
Doc 3:103B
Date 30 Jul 2002
5435015 DISCHARGE VALVE, EVAC 900, WALL MODELS AND FLOOR MODELS
OPERATION
AND
MAINTENANCE

Control mechanism

CLOSED OPEN

Rubber sleeve
Vacuum hose

Connection
pipe

Rubber
diaphragm
Vacuum piping
Bowl side

Closing
mechanism
Rubber
sleeve

Operation

Closed condition:
In the closed position, the control valve shuts off the connection between the vacuum piping and the discharge
valve housing. As the valve housing then is under atmospheric pressure, the spring-loaded closing mechanism
closes the rubber diaphragm and isolates the bowl from the vacuum piping.

Flushing condition:
As the control valve opens, the discharge valve housing is subjected to vacuum, thus forcing the closing
mechanism to open. This in turn allows the rubber diaphragm to open, and connects the bowl to the vacuum pipe
line.

Maintenance

See document 3:01008B for scheduled maintenance.

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VA CUUM TOILETS
VACUUM
Doc 3:01008B
Date 02 Jul 2002
EVAC 900, WALL MODELS AND FLOOR MODELS
OPERATION
AND
MAINTENANCE

Scheduled maintenance program

Maintenance Program is based on 20 toilet flushes per day and 20 years operation.

Control mechanism Discharge valve


5778600
Air filter
5435181
Rubber sleeve

5435169
Water valve Rubber diaphragm
5774400
Diaphragm 5959902
5774150 Mini-check
Filter valve

5435181
Rubber
Pneumatic push buttons:
sleeve

Flushing ring

5860303 6541458 (white) or (Floor models):


Push button, bowl 6541053 (chromium plated) 6541025 Flushing ring
models Push button (Wall models):
6540968 Wall model

NOTE: Use only genuine Evac spare parts.


Every year:
• Change Mini-check valve 5959902 if toilet is connected to riser pipe.
• Check operation, push button, seat and cover, rinse pattern, discharge pattern.
• Check possible water and vacuum leakage.

Every 5 years:
• Change Mini-check valve 5959902 in every toilet.
• Open and clean Water valve filter 5774150.
• Clean Control mechanism air filter 5778600.
• Check operation, push button, seat and cover, rinse pattern, discharge pattern.
• Check possible water and vacuum leakage.
• Check Flushing ring 6541025 or 6540968 flushing operation.

Every 10 years:
• Change Mini-check valve 5959902 in every toilet.
• Change Discharge valve rubbers: Rubber sleeve 5435181 (2pcs), Rubber diaphragm 5435169.
• Change Water valve diaphragm 5774400.
• Open and clean Water valve filter 5774150.
• Clean Control mechanism air filter 5778600.
• Check operation, push button, seat and cover, rinse pattern, discharge pattern.
• Check possible water and vacuum leakage.
• Check Flushing ring 6541025 or 6540968 flushing operation.

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VA CUUM TOILET
VACUUM
Doc 4:01001B
Date 02 Jul 2002
EVAC 900, WALL MODELS AND FLOOR MODELS
TROUBLE
SHOOTING

Trouble Cause Remedy


Toilet is discharging contineously • Foreign object in the bowl or • Shut off the problematic branch line
(discharge valve open) discharge valve valve
• Remove foreign object
• Change discharge valve
• Check and if necessary change the
control mechanism
Bowl is not emptying, but water • Blocked porcelain • Clean bowl / clean discharge valve /
comes (high water lewel in bowl) • Blocked discharge valve clean vacuum hoses
• Loose / clogged hoses
No water, but otherwise flushing • Water shut-off valve closed • Open valve
• No water pressure • Provide water pressure
• Filter in water valve full of dirt • Clean filter
• Flush ring loose • Connect flushing ring
• Flush ring clogged • Clean flushing ring
Toilet is overflowing • Water valve jammed in open • Close water shut-off valve
position • Clean / change water valve nozzles,
• Bowl clogged or discharge valve not springs, rubbers
operating • Discharge bowl, valve and piping
• Misuse (buckets of water thrown in with normally flushing
the bowl)
• Too low vacuum (less than 30%) to
flush
Toilet does not flush. • No vacuum or low vacuum (less • Check vacuum level, remove
than 30kPa) blockage in piping
• Clogged mini-check valve • Clean / change mini-check valve
• No impulse from flush knob • Check hoses and flush knob
• Jammed control mechanism membrane
• Change the control mechanism

Pneumatic
push button

Vacuum hoses

Control mechanism

Mini-check valve

Water valve

Flushing ring

Discharge valve

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VA CUUM TOILET
VACUUM
Doc 4:01002B
Date 02 Jul 2002
5435015 DISCHARGE VALVE, EVAC 900, WALL MODELS AND FLOOR MODELS
TROUBLE
SHOOTING

Trouble Cause Remedy


Bowl does not become empty • Discharge valve blocked • Clear stoppage, if any, in discharge valve
when flushed • Leak in discharge valve housing • Sharp tools may damage rubber
• Discharge pipe clogged • Check that rubber sleeves are
• Rubber sleeves leaking undamaged and correctly fitted

Water valve Removal of the discharge valve (wall models) :


1. Detach the bowl.
Hose B 2. Disconnect the rubber hose A from the water valve
and the discharge valve's hose B from the control
mechanism .
3. Unscrew 4 screws and remove the valve.

Hose A

Dismantling of the discharge valve:


Screw (x4)
Rubber sleeve

Fig. 1 Fig. 2 Fig. 3 Fig. 4

Lightly
spread

Rubber diaphragm
Rubber sleeve

The triangle must face upwards and the tip of 1. Compress the closing mechanism (Fig. 1).
triangle must point towards the sewage piping. 2. Remove the rubber diaphragm (Fig.2).
3. Release the rubber sleeve; free and remove the
mechanism (Fig. 3).
4. Unscrew the locking screws and take the assembly
apart. Lightly spread upper piston retainers to free
lower piston (Fig. 4).

Sewage
Toilet bowl piping
side side

When assembling, better sealing of rubber diaphragm is


achieved if a screwdriver handle is inserted as shown.
Also check that rubber diaphragm is in right position
(see picture above).

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VA CUUM TOILET
VACUUM
Doc 6:01001C
Date 01 Nov 2002
6540963 EVAC 900, WALL MODEL, SILENT, WHITE
6540964 EVAC 900, WALL MODEL, MOSAIK, WHITE
SPARE PARTS

P/N 6540963 includes Silent seat and cover (P/N 6540941)


P/N 6540964 includes Mosaik seat and cover (P/N 6540973)

6541458
WATER SUPPLY KIT
Push button
(5980801) 5432728
6540973* Seals
Seat and cover,
Mosaik 5431884
Shut-off valve

5432548
Vacuum
5805900
breaker
Hose to push button

6540941* 6540969
Seat and cover, Back plate assembly
Silent (document 6:01004B)
5433215
Connection
hose

6542402
Hose clamp
6540968 6542318
Flushing ring Spring

INSTALLATION KIT (6540972)

5779098 5433572
6540967* Guiding nut (x2) Connection sleeve
Toilet bowl,
includes flushing ring, spring and 6540936 5433594
hose clamp Edge strip Hose clamp (x2)

5990759
Nut (x2)

NOTE: *When ordering:


Toilet bowl - state type and standard colour
Seat and cover - state type and standard colour

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VA CUUM TOILET
VACUUM
Doc 6:01003D
Date 05 Nov 2002
6541004 EVAC 900, FLOOR MODEL, SILENT
6541005 EVAC 900, FLOOR MODEL, ANIARA
SPARE PARTS

P/N 65410 04 includes Silent seat and cover (P/N 6541922)


P/N 65410 05 includes Aniara seat and cover (P/N 5442101)

WATER SUPPLY KIT


(5980801)
5432728
5442101* Seals
5431884
Seat and cover, Aniara
Shut-off
valve

5432548
Vacuum
breaker

6541922*
Seat and cover, Silent 5433215
(with metal hinges) 6541002 Connection
Back plate assembly hose
(document 6:01006B)

6542402
Hose clamp

6541025
Flushing ring

INSTALLATION KIT
(5824900)
6542318 5433583
Spring Rubber elbow

or 5860303 5433594
Pneumatic Hose clamp (x2)
6541024*
push button
Toilet bowl,
5990724
includes flushing ring,
Nut M8, (x2)
spring and hose clamp
5433266
Wood screw
5 x 45, (x2)
2644190
Screw 5825300
Plastic washer, (x2)

NOTE: *When ordering:


Toilet bowl - state type and standard colour
Seat and cover - state type and standard colour

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VA CUUM TOILET
VACUUM
Doc 6:01004B
Date 11 Nov 2002
6540969 BACK PLATE ASSEMBLY, EVAC 900, WALL MODELS

SPARE PARTS

5990760
Hose clip

5805900
Hose to push button

5775500
Control mechanism 5736324
(document 6:132C) Hose EPDM 14/7

5959902
Mini-check valve

5481100
Hose

5736322
Hose

5774002
Water valve
(document 6:01022A)

5430318
Screw,
stainless

5350004 5779210
Locking pin Discharge valve
(document 6:01011A)

6540939
Back plate

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VA CUUM TOILET
VACUUM
Doc 6:01006B
Date 11 Nov 2002
6541002 BACK PLATE ASSEMBLY, EVAC 900, FLOOR MODELS

SPARE PARTS

5990760
Hose clip

5805900
Hose to push button

5736324
5775500
Hose EPDM 14/7
Control mechanism
(document 6:132C)

5959902
Mini-check
valve

5774002 5736322
Water valve Hose
(document 6:01022A)
5481100 5430318
Hose Screw,
stainless

5779600
Speed nut

5430882
Rivet

5779210
Discharge valve
(document 6:01011A)
5780046
Support
5350004
Locking pin 6540939
Back plate

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VA CUUM TOILET
VACUUM
Doc 6:01011A
Date 11 Nov 2002
5779210 DISCHARGE VALVE ASSEMBLY, EVAC 900, WALL MODELS, FLOOR MODELS

SPARE PARTS

5779030
Bracket
5434562
Outlet pipe
5435015
Discharge valve
(document 6:01018A)

5779300
Brace

5779500 5779600
Support sleeve Speed nut

2722005
Washer
2644170
Screw
5779400
Sleeve coupling

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VA CUUM TOILET
VACUUM
Doc 6:01018A
Date 11 Nov 2002
5435015 DISCHARGE VALVE, EVAC 900, WALL MODELS AND FLOOR MODELS

SPARE PARTS

5435181
Rubber sleeve

2610112
Screw

5435137
Closing mechanism
(sell only as an entirely)

5435169
Rubber diaphragm

5435069
Housing

5435181
Rubber sleeve

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VA CUUM TOILET
VACUUM
Doc 6:01022A
Date 11 Nov 2002
5774002 WATER VALVE, EVAC 900, WALL MODELS AND FLOOR MODELS

SPARE PARTS

5774400
Diaphragm

5774500
Slider

5774800
Permanent magnet

5522700
NOTE: *Marked items only in kit 5774701 Conic spring

5774300
5774701 *5774700 Bottom
Valve washer + Jet Valve washer

*5722603
Jet

3752211
O-ring

5774600
Cover

3790009
V-ring

5774100
599040 5774150
Magnetically
Screw Filter
operated valve

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VA CUUM TOILET
VACUUM
Doc 6:132C
Date 13 Nov 2002
5775500 CONTROL MECHANISM, EVAC 900, WALL MODELS AND FLOOR MODELS
5881000 SPARE PART KIT FOR THE CONTROL MECHANISM
SPARE PARTS

P/N 5775500 Control mechanism

5778001
Jet carrier complete (as standard)
Alternative for this jet available:
5778000 Jet carrier complete*
5778002 Jet carrier complete*

5778001
Jet carrier complete
5778600
Air filter

5778000
Jet carrier complete

*Jet Carrier identification:


P/N Colour Size Effect
5778000 White 0.30 Long flushing period
5778001 Blue 0.40 Normal flushing period
5778002 Red 0.50 Short flushing period

NOTE: See document 3:111B also.

P/N 5881000 Spare part kit for the control mechanism


(following items included):

P/N Description
5778600 Air filter
5778001 Jet carrier compl.
5778000 Jet carrier compl.

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VA CUUM TOILET
VACUUM
Doc 6:01009B
Date 11 Oct 2002
6540941 SEAT AND COVER, SILENT, EVAC 900, WALL MODELS

SPARE PARTS

6540943
Cover

6542550
Seat

HINGE KIT 6540945

6540930 (1+1)
Hinge left and right

6540931 (x2)
Washer

5445201 (x2)
Nut

NOTE; When ordering: Seat and cover -state type and colour.

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VA CUUM TOILET
VACUUM
Doc 6:01019A
Date 12 Nov 2002
6540973 SEAT AND COVER, MOSAIK, EVAC 900, WALL MODELS

SPARE PARTS

6541036
Cover

6541037
Seat

6541038 (x2)
Hinge body

5445201 (x2)
Nut

NOTE; When ordering: Seat and cover -state type and colour.

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VA CUUM TOILET
VACUUM
Doc 6:01109
Date 12 Nov 2002
6541922 SEAT AND COVER, SILENT, EVAC 900, FLOOR MODELS

SPARE PARTS

5446201
Cover

5446301
Seat

6541241 (x2)
Hinge

5446401 (x2)
6540931 (x2)
Hinge pin
Washer

5445201 (x2)
Nut

NOTE; When ordering: Seat and cover -state type and colour.

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VA CUUM TOILET
VACUUM
Doc 6:01021A
Date 12 Nov 2002
5442101 SEAT AND COVER, ANIARA, EVAC 900, FLOOR MODELS

SPARE PARTS

5442201
Cover

5442601 (x2)
Hinge pin

5442301
Seat

5442701
Hinge body, right

5442801
Hinge body, left

5445201 (x2)
Nut

NOTE: When ordering: Seat and cover -state type and colour.

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VA CUUM TOILET
VACUUM
Doc 6:01012C
Date 12 Nov 2002
6541458 PNEUMATIC PUSH BUTTON, EVAC 900, WALL MODELS
6541053 OPTIONAL PNEUMATIC PUSH BUTTON, EVAC 900, WALL MODELS
6541057 OPTIONAL PNEUMATIC PUSH BUTTON KIT, EVAC 900, FLOOR MODELS SPARE PARTS
6541058 OPTIONAL PNEUMATIC PUSH BUTTON KIT, EVAC 900, FLOOR MODELS

P/N 6541458 Pneumatic push button


P/N 6541053 Optional pneumatic push button, (chromium-plated*)

6542551
Bottom plate

6541272
Bellow
6540919 (6541054*)
Cover
6540932
Spring

6541457 (6541055*)
Button

P/N 6541057 Optional pneumatic push button kit


P/N 6541058 Optional pneumatic push button kit, (chromium-plated*)

6541458 (6541053*)
Pneumatic push button

5430105
Installation kit

5430108
Protecting pipe

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COLLECTING UNITS 4

9:00042_5
1

COLLECTING UNITS, DN100


Doc 1:01020B
Date 30 Jul 2002
6540810 COLLECTING COMPONENT KIT
6540811 COLLECTING COMPONENT KIT
6540812 COLLECTING COMPONENT KIT TECHNICAL
6540813 COLLECTING COMPONENT KIT DATA

Pressure switch Vacuum gauge


3-way valve 1/2"
Control panel Ejector DN100 3-way valve 3/8"

Air inlet valve

Shut-off valve DN100

Discharge valve, motor or


hand operated

Evac pump
Counter flange Shut-off valve
DN100
Level switch

Collecting component kits include all necessary components (exl. riser pipe (option)) for vacuum creation.
Kits can be mounted either on a hull tank or an Evac acid proof stainless steel tank.

Type Evac Capacity* (flushes/hour)


part no
AM 0111 6540810
AHM 0122 6540811
AHMM 0133 6540812
AHHMM 0144 6540813
200 400 600 800 1000 1200 1400 1600
A = DN100 Ejector 0 = No tank
H = Hand operated discharge valve 1 = Control panel
M = Motor operated discharge valve 2 = 2 pumps
2 = 2 ejectors
When ordering: Please state type and part number of pump with the number of package.
* Always consult with an Evac representative.

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COLLECTING UNITS, DN100


Doc 1:326D
Date 01 Apr 2002
6540369 PUMP EVAC SE 044A, 3x400V 50HZ
6540370 PUMP EVAC SE 044A, 3x460V 60HZ
TECHNICAL
DATA

DN100 Cable penetration 330


Ø16
8x45°, M16

215
DN100

415
Ø200

180
Ø216

200
20
90 150 Ø15 (x4)
150 200
91.5 95.5
187
612 min. 20

Capacity 3x400V, 50Hz 3x460V, 60Hz

Electrical data Voltage: 3x400/460V, 50/60Hz


Nominal power: 4.0 / 4.6kW, 50/60Hz
Nominal current: 9 / 8.8A, 50/60Hz
Insulation class: F ( 140°-155° )
Protection class: IP 55

Materials Pump casing and sealing housing: Cast iron GRS 200 SFS 4855
Impeller: Ductile iron GRP 500 SFS 2113
Shaft: Stainless steel SIS 2324
Nuts, screws and impeller key: Stainless steel SIS 2333
Mechanical seals: Chloroprene rubber (Neopren), Silicon carbide coated carbon,
Stainless steel SIS 2343, Fluoric rubber (VITON)

Other Impeller: Ø238/210, 50/60Hz

Shipping data Net weight: 84kg

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COLLECTING UNITS, DN100


Doc 1:01025C
Date 01 Apr 2002
5430591 SHUT-OFF VALVE DN100
5430599 SHUT-OFF VALVE DN65
TECHNICAL
DATA

P/N 5430591 Shut-off valve DN100 Ø200

Materials Housing: Cast iron


Slide: EPDM covered
Spindle sealing and scraper: Synthetic
rubber

325
Connections Pressure class: PN10 8 x Ø18
Nominal dimension: DN100

Shipping data Net weight: 29kg


Shipping volume: 0.03m³

Ø100 190
Ø180
Ø220

P/N 5430599 Shut-off valve DN65 Ø160

Materials Housing: Cast iron 4 x Ø18


295

Slide: EPDM covered


Spindle sealing and scraper: Synthetic
rubber

Connections Pressure class: PN10


Nominal dimension: DN65
Ø65 170
Shipping data Net weight: 18kg Ø145
Ø185

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COLLECTING UNITS, DN100


Doc 1:01026C
Date 05 Dec 2002
6540215 MOTOR VALVE DN65
6540255 MOTOR VALVE DN65
TECHNICAL
DATA

280 360
400

4 x Ø18

Ø145.5

Ø185 290

Materials Housing: Cast iron


Ball: Acid proof steel
Shaft: Acid proof steel

Connections Size: DN65


Pressure class: PN16

Electrical data P/N 6540215: 1x230V, 50/60Hz


P/N 6540255: 1x115V, 60Hz
Motor torque: 80Nm
Opening time: 6 seconds/90°
Duty rating: 30%
Protection class: IP 67
Limit switches: 2 pcs adjustable
Manual operation: with hand wheel

Shipping data Net weight: 27kg

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COLLECTING UNITS, DN100


Doc 1:01027A
Date 01 Apr 2002
5437598 VACUUM SWITCH R 3/8”
5437587 THREE WAY VALVE R 3/8”
TECHNICAL
DATA

P/N 5437598 Vacuum switch R 3/8”


67 110
30 30
27 15

52

125
210
15

Ø6
R 3/8”

Operation data Pressure range: 1 - 0 bar

Connections R 3/8”

Electrical data Protection class: IP 66

Shipping data Net weight: 2.0kg

P/N 5437587 Three way valve R 3/8”

Materials Housing: Brass


55
3/8"

3/8"

Connections 3/8”

Shipping data Net weight: 0.15kg 45

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COLLECTING UNITS, DN100


Doc 1:01028A
Date 01 Apr 2002
5437623 VACUUM GAUGE R 1/2”
5437666 THREE WAY VALVE R 1/2”
TECHNICAL
DATA

P/N 5437623 Vacuum gauge R 1/2” 44

Operation data Range: 0 ... -100kPa

Connections R 1/2”

Ø100
132
Shipping data Net weight: 0.490kg

R 1/2” 15

P/N 5437666 Three way valve R 1/2”

Materials Housing: Brass

Connections R 1/2”
65
Shipping data Net weight: 0.2kg 65
1/2" 1/2"

60

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COLLECTING UNITS, DN100


Doc 1:01030C
Date 01 Apr 2002
5430612 LEVEL SWITCH
5430616 TEST FLANGE
5430615 FLANGE FOR LEVEL SWITCH TECHNICAL
6542122 FLANGE FOR LEVEL SWITCH DATA

P/N 5430612 Level switch


389
135 260
4 x Ø13 10 140
48.5
100 x 100

2
Ø9

Ø64
71
5 -15

39.5

Materials Float: Stainless steel


Bellow: Perbunan, temperature 0-120°C
M12
Electrical data Protection class: IP 65
Cable inlet: Pg 16

32
Shipping data Net weight: 2.0kg

70
218

P/N 5430616 Test flange

Materials Flange: Stainless steel EN 1.4404


Ø9 8
2 Ø6
Shipping data Net weight: 1.17kg 100

100

P/N 5430615 Flange for level switch


M12
Materials Flange: Stainless steel EN 1.4404
32

Shipping data Net weight: 0.56kg


12

100
P/N 6542122 Flange for level switch

Materials Flange: Steel S355 Ø9


2 8
Ø6
100

Shipping data Net weight: 0.56kg

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COLLECTING UNITS, DN100


Doc 2:01019B
Date 31 Jul 2002
6540956 EASYFIT 0121, STANDARD MODEL

INSTALLATION

Counter flange to be
Overflow Ventilation welded to the tank pipe.
DN100 DN100

Marvac ejector Flange


Inlet manifold

Blind flange

Min. 200
* Counter flange
DN 65
Ejector inlet pipe
( Min. inner diameter Ø107)
1645

Distributing plate *
*
70

115

Tank

Pumps inlet pipes DN100

Counter flanges of the pumps to be Legs are optional


welded to the tank pipes.

* Installation dimension from Easyfit base ( see doc. 1:01011E )

Instructions

Tank net capacity = 10 litres/person x persons on board x number of days between discharging the tank.
Low level to be at least 200mm above pump center line.
Minimum volume at low level 500 litres.
Tank to be tested with 0.25 bar over-pressure.
There must be an overflow possibility.
Concerning painting and strenghtness do follow general directives for sewage tanks.
There must be a perforated distributing plate over pump suction.
Easyfit delivery includes ejector inlet flange and counter flanges for
pump inlet and discharge valve.

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COLLECTING UNITS, DN100


Doc 2:01020B
Date 05 Sep 2002
5430612 LEVEL SWITCH, CONTROL EQUIPMENT
5430615 FLANGE FOR LEVEL SWITCH, CONTROL EQUIPMENT
5437598 PRESSURE SWITCH, CONTROL EQUIPMENT INSTALLATION
6540215 DISCHARGE VALVE, MOTOR OPERATED, CONTROL EQUIPMENT

P/N 5430612 Level switch, control equipment

Electrical data Voltage: Max. 220V 50/60Hz


High level switches off
Shipping data Net weight: 2kg

Terminals

~130
14 Float up,

~80
11-14 closed
Common 11
Low level
12 Float down, Max. 140
switches on
11-14 open
Max. 395

P/N 5430615 Flange for Level switch, control equipment


100 x 100

P/N 5437598 Pressure switch, control equipment


110
Electrical data Voltage: 240V 50/60Hz

Shipping data Net weight: 0.2kg


Terminals

1
210

P
4 2

1-4 contact in resting position (no vacuum) Depth 67


1-2 contact when set vacuum level reached

P/N 6540215 Discharge valve, motor operated, control equipment


40
1)
41
CONTROL SWITCH
OPEN 1
CLOSE 1 ph. 230V, 50Hz
CLOSE C 2
OPEN
3
MOTOR
1 PHASE
2)

C 10
POSITION OPEN LIGHT
OPEN LIMIT SWITCH NC 11
CAMS INDICATION
(ADI) NO 12

CLOSE LIMIT SWITCH


C 13 1) 2) 3) = Provides 3 links as
CLOSE LIGHT
NC 14 3)
INDICATION
shown at the actuator terminal
NO 15 board
ACTUATOR CUSTOMER CONNEXION

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COLLECTING UNITS, DN100 Doc


Date
3:01027B
01 Apr 2002
ATMOSPHERIC TANK WITH EJECTOR PRINCIPLE
OPERATION
AND
MAINTENANCE

Vacuum creation Tank discharging


4 5
1 2 1 13 8 1 13

6 6 6
13 11
7
7
9
10
3
12
Recirculation of sewage in High level: discharge Low level: discharge stops
regular operation
NOTE: Discharging can also be by gravity overflow or started by timer.

Operation

The collecting unit creates vacuum in the piping by means of an ejector and a pump, and sewage is
collected into the tank until transferred to a treatment plant, holding tank or ovarboards.

The collecting unit consists of:


1. Atmospheric tank
2. Ejector*
3. EVAC pump*
4. Pressure switch*
5. Vacuum gauge
6. Sewage - incoming main
7. Discharge valve, automatic or manual*
8. High level switch*
9. Sewage - discharge line
10. Low level switch*
11. Shut-off valve
12. Shut-off valve
13. Control panel

For functioning of control equipment, see circuit diagram and operating instructions for the electrical panel.

*For functioning of this equipment, see separate pages.

NOTE: Starting the pump


When starting the pump after installation or a prolonged stand-still period:
• Fill the collecting tank at least up to the level of the
low-leves switch.
• Check that shut-off valves are open for creating a vacuum
and that discharge valve is closed.
• Check the direction of rotation of pump as described in the
manufacturer´s instructions.

Never let the pump run dry!


If the pump runs dry seals may be damaged.

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Date
3:01027B
01 Apr 2002
ATMOSPHERIC TANK WITH EJECTOR PRINCIPLE
OPERATION
AND
MAINTENANCE

Maintenance

NOTE: Always follow safety regulations and Evac's safety instructions.


Use only genuine Evac spare parts.

Every half a year:


• Check vacuum function.
• Check discharge function.
• Run pump manually for 10 min (if tank is at low level, first add min. 200 litres of water)
• Discharge tank to low level

Once a year:
• Empty and clean the tank.
• Do maintenance for the unit components according to the component maintenance program.

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COLLECTING UNITS, DN100 Doc 3:01028C


Date 05 Feb 2003
6540369 PUMP EVAC SE 044A
6540370 PUMP EVAC SE 044A OPERATION
6540537 PUMP EVAC SE 044A AND
MAINTENANCE

INSTALLATION, OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE INSTRUCTION

1. Installation

Install the pump to the base and ensure that no load is transferred to the
pump from the pipework. Use suitable spacers between the pump and
the base when necessary. Follow the instructions of the manufacturer
of motor and make sure that cooling air is provided for the motor.

Adjust pipework on the suction and pressure side so that the flanges
fit easily together. Make sure that fixing of bolts will not cause any load
to the pump body.Connect the cable to the control panel as shown in the
electrical diagram. Check direction of rotation to be clockwice by shortly
starting the pump.

NOTE: Do not run the pump dry for more than just a few seconds, since continued dry running will result in
overheating, which may cause damage to the seal.

2. Start-up procedure

Clean the holding tank and pipework from any foreign objects. Fill the holding tank to the filling level before starting
the pump. Follow the operation of the pump and check that it starts and stops as per in electric drawings.

3. Operation

During inspection check:


• that no warning lights are on
• that the pump does not make an unusual noise when running
• that the "hours run" meters of alternately working pumps show roughly the same reading

4. Maintenance

Evac SE 044A pump is specially designed to run together with Evac -ejector in heavy duty sewage conditions with
minimal maintenance. The pump is equipped with Vortex impeller with no clearance adjustment, high quality
mechanical seal and electric motor bearings for long life operation.

Once a year:
Start pump manually and check operation;
• no leaks
• smooth running
• vacuum is created
(• recommended: check lamps, valves and pressure during operation)

At 10 000 running hours (or every five years)


• clean pump house
• change mechanical seal (5451310)
• change O-ring (5451330)
• change electric motor bearings

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Date 05 Feb 2003
6540369 PUMP EVAC SE 044A
6540370 PUMP EVAC SE 044A OPERATION
6540537 PUMP EVAC SE 044A AND
MAINTENANCE

5. Change of mechanical seal

5.1 Removal of impeller

Remove impeller locking screw. Removal of impeller from the shaft can be done e.g. by using a puller. To prevent causing
damage to the thread on the shaft, the thread should be protected. Place the claws of the puller as close to the impeller
boss as possible. Do not crank the impeller unequally, as this can cause damage to shaft and seal.

5.2 Removal of seal

Loosen the screw on the retaining ring. There is a hole in the rear wall through which removal can be done. Pull retaining
ring, seal spring and rotating seal ring away. Be especially careful when dismantling the seal ring.

5.3 Dismantling the rear wall and stationary seal ring

Undo the four M12 x 30 hex bolts on the motor flange. Pull the rear wall away from the steering of the motor flange. Be
careful not to damage the stationary seal ring when removing the rear wall. Remove the stationary seal ring if it is
damaged or worn. Removal of stationary ring can be done by pressing it slightly from the motor side of the rear wall.
Replace the whole seal, if it is damaged or worn.

5.4 Assembly of stationary seal ring

Clean carefully the place of the stationary seal ring in the rear ASSEMBLY TOOL
wall. Lubricate the 0-ring with oil. Do not use vaseline. PUR 012

Observe cleanliness in all assemblies. The assembly of the


stationary seal ring must be carried out with most care to
avoid damaging of the seal.
Assemble the rear wall on the motor where the pump shaft is
installed. Fasten the four M12 x 30 hex bolts of the motor and
rear wall.
Place the stationary seal ring so that the groove of the seal
ring is in line with the projecting of the rear wall. Carefully press
the seal into place by using the special assembly tool PUR
012. Avoid unecessary force.

5.5 Assembly of rotating seal ring ASSEMBLY TOOL


PUR 035 (Colour RED)
Lubricate the 0-ring and the sealing surfaces with oil. Cover
the key way of the pump shaft with adhesive tape to avoid
damage to the 0-ring. Press the rotating seal ring together
with the retaining ring and the spring onto the shaft by using
the special assembly tool PUR 035 (Colour RED). Be sure
that the end of the spring will go into the groove in the retaining
ring. Tighten the socket head screw in the retaining ring
carefully. Remove the adhesive tape from the key way.

NOTE: Use the new assembly tool PUR 035 colour RED.

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Date 05 Feb 2003
6540369 PUMP EVAC SE 044A
6540370 PUMP EVAC SE 044A OPERATION
6540537 PUMP EVAC SE 044A AND
MAINTENANCE
5.6 Assembly of rotating seal ring without assembly tool PUR 035

Assembly of rotating seal ring without a special tool is not recommended. However, if it must be done it must be
ensured that spring compression is correct.

1) Lubricate the O-ring and the sealing surfaces with oil.

2) Cover the key way of the pump shaft with adhesive


tape to avoid damage to the O-ring.

3) Push the rotating seal ring together with spring and


retaining ring onto the shaft by using a suitable sleeve
having inner diameter lightly bigger than 25 mm.

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Date 05 Feb 2003
6540369 PUMP EVAC SE 044A
6540370 PUMP EVAC SE 044A OPERATION
6540537 PUMP EVAC SE 044A AND
MAINTENANCE

4) Be sure that the end of the spring will go into the groove
in the retaining ring.

5) Compression of the spring is correct when the distance


from surface of the retaining ring to the surface of seal
housing is 1,5 mm. (See picture.)

6) Tighten the socked head screw in the retaining ring


carefully.

7) Remove the adhesive tape from the key way.

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COLLECTING UNITS, DN100 Doc


Date
3:01030B
31 Jul 2002
DISCHARGE VALVE
OPERATION
AND
MAINTENANCE

280 360
400

4 x Ø18

Ø145.5

Ø185 290

Operation

The discharge valve is an electrically operated ball valve. The valve rotates 1/4 turn between the open and closed
positions. The positions are indicated on the top of the valve.

The valve is operated automatically from the control panel. However, manual operation may be needed
occasionally. This can be done by turning the spindle.

Maintenance

Valve does not need regular maintenance.

Once a year:
• Check operation "open/close".

Every five years:


• Open ball valve and clean all surfaces from build-up of deposit.
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Date
3:01031B
31 Jul 2002
PRESSURE SWITCH
OPERATION
AND
MAINTENANCE

Knob
Ball valve Scales

3 way valve

Fig. 1 Knurled
Fig. 2 knob

Operation

The vacuum level in the system is controlled by a pressure switch.

The pressure switch or switches and the vacuum gauge should be installed on a separate manifold, to reduce the chance
of impurities entering the switch or gauge (fig.1). The instrument branch must have 5° slope. Water in the instrument
branch will cause malfunctions.

The switch starts a pump when the vacuum level in the system falls below a preset value. If the vacuum level still keeps
declining, another pump will be started (provided that there is more than one pump in your system). As soon as the
required vacuum level has been reached, the pump(s) will be stopped.

1. Set the stop pressure by turning the knob. As you turn the knob, the indicator on the scale will move. It should be
set between -40 and -60kPa (40-60% vacuum). This is the vacuum level at which the pumps will be turned off. Note that
in each system the optimal setting may vary.

2. Set the start pressure by turning the knurled knob, reached by removing the cover of the switch. Turning the knob
will set the starting vacuum level somewhat lower than the “stop”level set by the knob. In effect, whenever the “stop”level
is changed by turning the knob, the starting level will also be changed.

The plant can be provided with a low level pressure switch for low vacuum alarm. Set the “off”pressure to -30kPa.
The setting of the switch(es) may vary from system to system depending on the individual requirements.

The vacuum gauge installed, in each system enables you to check that pressure switches are functioning properly.

Maintenance

Once a year:
• Check the operation of both pressure switch and vacuum gauge.

Every five years:


• Clean or change piping and components between switch and gauge.
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Date
3:01032B
31 Jul 2002
LEVEL SWITCH
OPERATION
AND
MAINTENANCE

Permanent magnets Nut


Body

Float

Rubber Mounting flange


gaiter
Gasket Fig. 1 Fig. 2

Operation

The liquid level in the tank is controlled by magnetic level switches, which start and stop the pump (see also under
Control Equipment).

The switches consist of a float, a body, a rubber gaiter, a mounting flange, a switch mechanism in the body, and two
permanent magnets in repulsion, one in the float, the other in the switch insert.

As the float and its magnets move up and down with the liquid level, the magnet in the switch insert moves
correspondingly and either opens or closes the circuit controlling the pump or an alarm function.

Maintenance

Once a year (or during tank cleaning):


• Clean the level switch.

NOTE: Before starting to remove a switch, make sure that liquid level in the tank is below it.
If necessary, discharge to required level, but be careful not to let the pumps run dry. Then
switch off the electrical supply, remove the securing nuts, and pull out the switch (Fig. 2).
Clean the float and check that it moves freely.

NOTE: Under certain conditions an excessive amount of foam may appear in the tank. Should
the level switches react to the surface of the foam, instead of the actual liquid level,
malfunctioning may occur in the system. To avoid or eliminate this problem, see under
Trouble Shooting.
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Doc 4:01011B
Date 01 Apr 2002
PUMP
TROUBLE
SHOOTING

Shut-off valve

Discharge valve

Shut-off valve

Trouble Cause Remedy

Vacuum is not created • Too low liquid level • If the tank is empty, fill to at least above
even though pump is the low level switch. Check the condition
running. of the pump according to the
manufacturer´s instruction.
• Foam instead of liquid in tank • If the pump is pumping foam instead of
liquid, this will cause vibration. Add water
to the tank and try again. If adding water
does not help, reduce the level of foam by
pouring antifoam agent into the tank (1
cup per 2 cubic metres of foam and
sewage).
• See also antifoam agent manufacturer
instruction.
• Valves are shut • Check that shut-off valves are fully open
and not clogged.
• Incorrect rotation of pump • If the direction of rotation of the pump is
wrong, change according to the
manufacturer´s instructions.
• Blockage or leakage in piping system. • Close the valves that isolate the collecting
unit from the piping system and start the
pump again. If vacuum now builds up,
there must be a leak in the piping system.

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Doc 6:01037B
Date 11 Nov 2002
6540371 PUMP EVAC SE 044A, 3x230V/60HZ, IMPELLER Ø210
6540372 PUMP EVAC SE 044A, 3x220V/50HZ, IMPELLER Ø238
6540369 PUMP EVAC SE 044A, 3x400V/50HZ, IMPELLER Ø238 SPARE PARTS
6540370 PUMP EVAC SE 044A, 3x440V/60HZ, IMPELLER Ø210
6540381 PUMP EVAC SE 044A, 3x690V/60HZ, IMPELLER Ø205
6541600 PUMP EVAC SE 044A, 3x660V/50HZ, IMPELLER Ø238

P/N 6540369 and P/N 6540370 replacing P/N 5490925

6540466
Fan cover 5451480
6540467 Bearing, fan side
Fan
5451380
Hex. bolt (8 pcs)
5451480
Bearing, pump side

Motor for Pump


6540373 6540371
6540373 6540372
6540374 6540369
6540374 6540370
5451390 6540376 6540381
Socked head screw 6540374 6541600
(2 pcs)
5451300
Shaft adapter
5451380 5451310
Hex. bolt (4 pcs) Mechanical seal

5431012
Retaining ring

5451270, impeller Ø238 / 50Hz


5451450, impeller Ø210 / 60Hz
5451463, impeller Ø205 / 60Hz

5451340
5451400 Key
Locking screw

5451290 5451370
Bracket Stud (8 pcs)
5451330
O-ring
5451320 5451410
Locking screw Lock nut
(8 pcs)
5451350
Impeller screw

5451260 5451360
Housing Plug

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DESIGN AND INSTALLATION

PIPING

Table of contents Page

1. General system description 2


2. Pipe materials 3
3. Pipe sizes 3
4. Pipe connections 4
5. Pipe fittings 5
6. Brackets 6
7. Optimal piping design 6
8. Pipe profile, slope and transport pockets 6
9. Branches 8
10. Riser pipes for toilets and interface valves 9
11. Non-return valves 10
12. Shut-off valves 11
13. Inspection openings 12
14. Deck penetrations examples 12
15. Pipe manifold 13
16. Tank vent pipe 14
17. Standard flange for port discharging 14
18. Useful hints 14

Enclosure:

Piping (Doc no. 5:01004) :


Tightness requirement 15
Tightness test protocol 16

Existing rules, regulations and standards must be observed. In case of doubt, check with
the manufacturer. Metric units are used throughout the manual. Dimensions are given in
millimetres (mm), unless otherwise stated.

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1. General system description

In vacuum systems sewage transport is done by vacuum (air) instead of water and gravity. Sewage is transported in
"slugs". Optimal "slug" transport is obtained by following these Design and Installation instructions.

System capacity must be dimensioned considering normal daily variations in use and different operation conditions.

System load (flushings) should be divided evenly between main lines. Ships pitch, a roll and trim shall be considered
in horizontal pipe design to prevent sewage back flow. The best horizontal transport solution is obtained with sloped
pipe, transport pocket at interval of 25 - 30m and/or non-return valve. Piping shall be designed so that possible clogging
or maintenance is not stopping the whole system. System pipe tightness must be tested, documented and maintained
for good system operation and low energy consumption. Piping shall be accessible and divided in sections for easy
maintenance.

Ventilation

Vent pipe
Vacuum interface valve
Urinal

Exhaust-air Main line


pipe Non-return valve

Inspection opening
Transport pocket

Vacuum Shore
interface valve connection

Vacuum gauge Main line valve


Sloped Pressure Air inlet valve
min. 1:20 switch
Inlet manifold
Over flow pipe Shut-off valve
Ejector Discharge valve

Pump Connection to a
Collecting unit * sewage treatment
plant or holding tank

*) The collecting unit can be based on Evac ejector system, where the collecting tank
is under atmospheric pressure, or on Evac vacuum tank system, or On-line vacuum
generating system.

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2. Pipe materials

Pipe material must be suitable for sewage transport in vacuum conditions (pressure piping). Fire, corrosion and
maintenance aspects must be considered.

Material HDPE PVC Stainless steel Steel Zinc coated


LORO-VAC Cu/Ni
AISI 316 orsteel
equal
Use In accommodation, In In engine room area In In Special
up to size DN 65 accommodation, and in areas where accommodation, accommodation, application
up to size DN 65 the temperature is up to size DN 65 up to size DN 65
higher than average (70) (70)
room temperature,
Sizes above DN 65
Minimum PN 10 (PN 6) PN 10 (PN 6) PN 10 To be tested and To be tested and
pressure approved for approved for
class vacuum vacuum
applications applications
Joints Butt welding Glue joint Welded joint Socket Socket
Resistance welding Flange coupling Couplings Couplings

HDPE = High Density Polyethylene


PVC = Polyvinylchloride (DIN 86013)

When plastic pipes are used, fire protection regulations must be observed. Note the differences between the different
kinds of plastic materials. HDPE may not be allowed by some authorities.
Check carefully aspects relating to safety and industrial hygiene. Vapours released by PVC solvents are harmful.
Plastic piping does not resist temperatures above 40°C. ( Check always with the pipe manufacturer. )

3. Pipe sizes
Number of or Public Minimum pipe size (d x s)
vacuum toilets* Connection HDPE PVC Steel Stainless steel Zinc coated Cu/Ni
toilets in DN d x s (mm) d x s (mm) d x s (mm) d x s (mm) steel d x s (mm)
cabins * d x s (mm)
3 or 1 40 50 x 4.6 50 x 2.4 48.3 x 2.6 50 x 1.0 ~53 x 1.5 44.5 x 1.5
25 or 5 50 63 x 5.8 63 x 3 60.3 x 2.9 50 x 1.0 ~53 x 1.5 57.0 x 2.0
100 or 25 65 (70) 75 x 6.9 75 x 3.6 76.1 x 2.9 75 x 1.0*** ~73 x 1.6*** 89.0 x 2.5

d = Outside diameter, s = Wall thickness

Pipe sizing is based on the assumption that 2 - 3 persons are using a cabin toilet per peak hour. For public
toilets up to 15 flushes per hour is estimated.

Heavily used public toilets are recommended to be connected to its own individual pipe connected directly down
to manifold.

* Normally maximum number of toilets in one main line is limited to 50 - 60 toilets for easy maintenance.

** When using zinc coated steel pipes, the recommended riser pipe size is DN40 (42 x 1.5).

***Nominal size DN70

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4. Pipe connections

Connections have to be tight. Joints must be smooth and must not in any way decrease the cross-section area of
the pipe.

HDPE to HDPE

Chamfer

Mirror welding

HDPE-pipes are joined together either by means of mirror welding or with an electric sleeve. In manual mirror welding,
the interior of the pipe is chamfered prior to welding. Observe heating temperature, compression time and power, given
by manufacturer of the pipe. Mirror welding is mainly used for prefabricated subassemblies.

Electric welding sleeve is used in places where access is


limited, e.g. for joining the prefabricated subassemblies in
the final location.

PVC to PVC

PVC-pipes are joined together by means of solvent sleeve.

STEEL to STEEL

The steel pipes are joined together either by welding or by flange connection.

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HDPE to STEEL PVC to STEEL

5. Pipe fittings

Use fittings with large enough curvature radius or use fittings with 45° bends.

Pipe bends located > 3 m from the toilet or interface valve must have large radius or 2 x 45° elbows.

Plastic Galv´d steel


Steel

2x45°
r >2.5d elbows

Solvent / Weld /
Weld Rubber Seal Thread

Toilet and interface valve connections within lenght of max 3 m can be made with short radious bends.

Evac Rubber bend Standard short radius pipe bend

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PIPING

6. Brackets

In vacuum piping high "slug" speed temporarily creates strong forces at bends and branches. Pipes must be firmly
secured by using brackets and clamps. For plastic pipes use steel brackets with a resilient liner between bracket and
pipe, or plastic clamps. Ensure that pipes will not be damaged by vibration or thermal expansion / contraction. Brackets
or clamps must be fitted at every change of direction. When connecting a riser pipe to an overhead main line, brackets
or clamps must be secured both behind the toilet and at deckhead. For straight steel pipes, fit brackets at 2.5 m centres
and on plastic pipes at 1.5 m centres, or according to maker´s recommendation.

Bracket must resist lateral forces.

7. Optimal piping design

Vacuum system gives many benefits and flexibility because the system is not depended on gravity.

Downward piping connection is the best for long term system operation and maintenance although sanitary
equipments (toilets and interface valves) can be connected to riser pipes.

When riser pipes are used, please follow enclosed riser pipe rules in item 10.

8. Pipe profile, slope and transport pockets

Ideal pipe profile: Slope and pocket


Sloped, min. 0.2%

Clean out Clean out


Transport pocket
Transport pocket at 25 - 30 m Transport pocket at 25 - 30 m
center to center (C/C)

See detail: Pockets

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PIPING

Allowable pipe profile: Pocket at every lift, horizontal pipes

H2
H3
H1

NOTE: The combined height Σ H1 + H2 + .... HN shall not exceed 3 meters.

Pockets in long horizontal branch and main lines

A. No need for reforming pocket


If a horizontal branch or main pipe have to route around an obstacle where pipe pocket lenght is < 1m, no
reforming pocket is needed.

L = <1m

B. Reforming pocket needed


When pocket in branch or main pipe is more than 1 m always design and install a reforming pocket.

Reforming pocket
>1m

Example of a pocket with clean plug

D Slope 0,2%

D
45°
D = outside diameter 4D
C/C 25-30 m horizontally

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Not allowable pipe profiles

Big pocket with big sewage volume

The combined height H3


H1 H4
H1 + H2 + H3 + H4 ...>3 m
H2

Horizontal pipes

+ 0 With slope (min. 0,2%)

± 0 Can be used if back flow is prevented.

- 0 Not acceptable

Horizontal pipes shall run either downwards in the direction of the flow or horizontally,never with a steady upward
gradient. Trim, roll and pitch of the ship shall be noticed.

Max lenght for a straight horizontal pipe is 25 - 30 m before a pocket, non-return valve or downward piping.

Pipe diameter can´t be reduced in direction of flow.

9. Branches 45°

Branch pipes must be connected to the main line


with an angle of 45° in direction of the flow.
Y- or T- branches are not allowed.

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A branch pipe is connected to the main line from above. For


example, when connecting branch pipe to a horizontal main d
line, the branch pipe must be connected with a smooth bend
to upper side of the main line with a 45° angle. Mainline

45°
Upper
projection Branch line

10. Riser pipes for toilets and interface valves

Please remember that downward piping design is best for system operation.

• Typical 2-3 m (one deck height) riser pipe with a toilet or interface valve.

45° connection
Connection Smooth long radius bends or Smooth long radius bends to main pipe
from above 2 x 45° pieces or 2 x 45° pieces
>3D Max. 1.5 m
45° connection to main pipe

Max pipe lenght is 30 Straight riser pipe


m from downward pipe without changes
DN40 of direction
2 ... 3 m

riser pipe
D
45°
Direction A

Max. 1.5 m
Transport pocket

Connections from above and below should


have separate horizontal branch pipes. Deck
Each toilet is provided with its own riser
pipe, and maximum distance between
the downward pipe and end toilet riser
pipe is 30 m.

Maximum distance from


downward pipe is 30 m

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• Riser pipe with lift 3 ... 5 m lift is allowed only immediately after a toilet and back flow must be
prevented by a transport pocket and non-return valve.
Non-return valve
DN50

DN40
Max 30m from Straight riser pipe
downward pipe

Transport pocket (4 x 45° elbows)

• The diameter of the riser pipe must not be enlarged in the rising part.

NO YES

11. Non return valves

A non-return valve is used where a riser or horizontal part of the piping system might become flooded due to backflow.

If a horizontal collector has connections from both above and below, riser pipes are fitted with non-return valves located
at the highest point of the riser pipe.

Non-return valve

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A non-return valve shall always be fitted in a toilet connection with a riser pipe exceeding 3 metres.

Non-return valve

> 3m

NOTE: As mentioned in section 10, it is preferable to provide two horizontal collectors. One for connections from
above, and one for connections from below. The non-return valves may be omitted.

Max 30 m from
downward pipe

12. Shut-off valves

Shut-off valves should be straight-channel valves ( slide, membrane or ball). The valves should be located in such a
way that a malfunction or leakage would not stop the whole system. Valves should generally be installed on each
main pipeline.

If possible, the shut-off valve should be located on a vertical part of a pipe. In such position, possible sedimentation
in front of the slide will not cause a stoppage easily.

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13. Inspection openings ( cleaning plugs )

Inspection openings should be located in such a way that a possible clogging in the piping can be reached at all
points. Maximum distance between openings is 25 - 30 metres.

Locations:
1. At the end of horizontal pipelines
2. At the upper end of vertical main pipelines
3. At intervals of 25 - 30 metres on horizontal pipelines
4. At pockets
5. At 90° bends

1. 2. 3.

4. 5.

14. Deck pnetration examples

Simple sleeve Alternatively

Vacuum pipe
Seal

Deck Deck

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Example of a penetration for fireproof bulkhead

500 500

Plastic pipe

50
Steel pipe Mineral wool

50

NOTE: Fire-protection rules and rules about watertight compartments shall be observed.

15. Pipe manifold

1. Vacuum gauge (BSP 1/2" connection)


2. Three-way valve BSP 3/8" BSP 1/2"
3. Vacuum switch (BSP 3/8" connection)
4. Incoming mainlines from toilets
5. Shut-off valves
6. Ejector connection DN Y
7. Shut-off valves 3. 1.
8. Pipe manifold
9. Alternate connection closed by a blind
flange (may be used for an incoming 5° 4.
pipelines or for crossconnecting two 2.
collecting units).
10. Instrument branch with 5° slope. DN 40
10.

5. 8. DN X 9.

DN 65
7. 6.

DN X is usually equal or one size larger than the incoming mainlines DN Y, however, DN X
is at a minimum DN 65.

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16. Tank vent pipe

The smallest recommended diameter for a collecting tank vent pipe is DN100. Maximum pressure drop allowed for the
tank vent pipe is 10 cm water column.There must not be pockets or horizontal parts in the vent pipe where possible
condensate water might remain and block the air flow. The vent pipe must be routed to a place where smell of sewage
is not disturbing passengers or crew.

17. Standard flange for port discharding (”IMO-flange”)

210
Pipe dimensions 170 16

DN 65 80 100

18
d5 77.7 90.3 115.9

d5
Pipe external-Ø 76.1 88.9 114.3

18. Useful hints

Placing a vacuum gauge at the end of


each main pipeline helps to locating a leaking line.

Placing a shut-off valve on each branch pipe makes


cleaning and locating leakages easier.

Placing a valve at the end of the control manifold makes,


checking the functions of vacuum switches and gauges
easier. The air flow also cleans the vacuum switch and
gauge.

The angle of “indicating tree” remove water and other


particles by gravity and increases significantly operation
realibility and service interval.

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TIGHTNESS REQUIREMENT

PIPING

Piping inspection and tightness

As sewage transportation is based on pressure difference, there should be very minimum in the vacuum sewage
system. Leakage in the system will lower systems operation performance and gives excess wear and tear for
components. Electric consumption will increase due to the fact that the pumps must run more often to obtain vacuum.
Low vacuum decreases the sewage flow speed in pipes and it will increase the risk of clogging.

Pipe installation design and tightness of a vacuum pipeline must be checked in stages during construction, one section
pipeline at a time. Tightness testing can be done by using pressure air, water or preferably with vacuum. Pipeline
tightness testing is to be done before installation of toilets etc. Toilet connections shall be blocked during the test by
rubber plugs or equal.

During the pipe installation, tightness tests shall be done to eliminate possible leaks in pipe joints etc. When the sewage
piping system is ready with all vacuum interface components connected, the test should be run again to check any
possible leakages in toilets, vacuum interface valves etc.

The allowable limits for leakage in vacuum sewage system are mentioned e.g in Department of Transportation (GB)
letter "At a suitable stage of completion the tightness of each system is to be checked by means of a vacuum test.
The discharge lines are to be suitably blanked and a vacuum of 0.6 atmospheres created in the discharge lines. After
a period of 1 hour the vacuum is to be not less than 0.58 atmospheres." or in Evac Tightness test protocol.

When toilets and all other components are connected to the piping, vacuum pressure in the piping system shall stay
between -50kPa and -35kPa for at least 30 minutes, i.e. 2 pump starts per hour.

When over pressure air is used in a test, test pressure shall be 300 kPa. Allowable pressure drop is 15 kPa per hour.

The tightness of the piping system must always be tested. The test procedure and test results must be documented
according to Evac Tightness test protocol ( see page 16).

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TIGHTNESS REQUIREMENT

PIPING

General
All piping must be tightness-tested before toilets, interface valves and vacuum units are connected to the piping
system.Tightness must be checked pipe section by pipe section.
Finally the whole system piping must be checked.

Testing methods and requirements


Testing can be done by:
• Vacuum
• Pressure air
• Pressure water

1. Vacuum Test:
-60 kPa vacuum is created to the pipe, all possible leaks are to be removed until leak is limited to
+2 kPa/h (i.e. 2 kPa drop in pressure from -60 kPa to -58 kPa during 1 hour).

2. Pressure Air Test:


300 kPa (3 bar) overpressure is created to the pipe section to be tested.
All possible leaks are removed until leak is limited to 15 kPa/h (i.e. pressure drop from 300 kPa to 285 kPa
during 1 hour ).

3. Pressure Water Test:


Piping is filled with water and pressurized to 300 kPa (3 bar). No water leaks are allowed.

Documentation of results
Always document the results ( use enclosed test protocol ).

Ship Hull No.

Testing Method: Vacuum Pressure Water

Tested by / Date Approved by / Date

Pipe section No. / /

Pipe section No. / /

Pipe section No. / /

Pipe section No. / /

Pipe section No. / /

Pipe section No. / /

cc. Yard
Owner
EVAC

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OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE

PIPING

Table of contents Page

1. General 18
2. Pipe cleaning 18
3. Pipe cleaning examples 19

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PIPING

1. General

This document provides information about pipe operation and maintenance and shall be used as advisory only. The
maintenance shall be carried out by qualified and authorized personnel to avoid any risks and misuses. While carrying
out the maintenance, the safety instructions must be followed.

Follow-up of pipe condition

As sewage is an aggressive liquid and can cause corrosion which may lead to leakages in pipes and in system
components, it is recommended that the piping should be inspected 2...4 times per year visually through cleaning plugs
and flanges.

During inspection, also check the cleaness of the pipe. The risk of built-up deposits is most likely in horizontal pipe
lines, near urinals, in places where the sewage flow is slow and in areas, where the temperature is high. If any serious
deposits or build-ups occur, clean the pipe by the following method: Rinse the piping with a lime-removing agent, e.g.
15--30% phosphoric acid or similar. The agent should be poured into the toilets at the end of each main branch of the
piping. The acid should be allowed to work for some hours depending on the amount of solid built-ups. Occasionally
a piping treatment may be necessary where toilets and other components are removed and piping plugged and filled
with circulating chemical for 4...24 hours at regular interval.

NOTE: Strong chemicals may be harmful to the pipes and biological treatment plant.

HINT: Today’s camera technology (camera into vacuum piping) makes it very easy to locate problem section(s)
of piping or how frequently pipe cleaning should be done.

2. Pipe cleaning

Best results will be achieved if regular cleaning procedures are adopted from the very beginning of the vessels delivery
from the yard.
Evac has developed automatic dosing pump set ( P/N 6540390 ) where cleaning chemical can be fed into the piping
automatically at every flush for this purpose.

Pipe cleaning with chemicals

By the time, vacuum sewage piping may exhibit signs of build-up deposit.This problem can in most cases be reduced
or totally eliminated by undertaking relatively simple preventive maintenance measures. It is recommended that ships
experiencing problems with build-up adopt the following maintenance routine:

• Install automatic dosing pump set at strategic places in the piping.

• Pour suitable chemical (see attached list) in each toilet at the end of each vacuum line with a build-up of deposit
problem and flush the toilets.

• Initially, repeat the procedure every week. Once the problem has been brought under control, repeat the treatment
regularly.

• In cases of severe problems, it is recommended that an experienced service company is


contacted to solve the problem.

NOTE: If used excessively, some chemicals may degrade the performance of some
biological treatment plants. Local regulations must be adhered to when handling
some of the listed chemicals.
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LIST OF RECOMMENDED PIPE CLEANING CHEMICALS:


Chemical trade name Manufactured Country Contact information
Phosphoric Acid (max. 50%) Commercially available Global
Safe Acid Drew Chemicals USA www.ashland.com
Gamazyme 700 FN Gamlen Perolin Unitor Global www.unitor.com
Rust Stripper Dow Chemicals USA, global www.dow.com
Na2SO3H powder Commercially available Global
EPC Maskin Import Ab Finland Tel + 358 018 23200
P50 Prols Sweden Tel +46 8 556 21050

PIPE CLEANING COMPANIES WORKING TOGETHER WITH EVAC:

Excelsum Transvac Marine Systems Ltd


Dukdalfweg 57 Unit G3, 14 Beeding Close
Bedrijvenpark "De Vaart" Southern Cross Trading Estate
1332 BL ALMERE Bognor Regis
The Netherlands WEST SUSSEX PO22 9TS
Tel: +31(0)36-549 30 43 Great Britain
Fax: +31(0)36-549 30 45 Tel: +44-1243- 840 860
E-mail: sales@excelsum.nl Fax: +44-1243- 840 861
E-mail: sales@transvac-systems.co.uk

3. Pipe cleaning examples

Best results will be achieved when regular cleaning procedures are adopted from the very beginning of the vessels
delivery from the yard.

The build-ups occur most easily in places such as low bends in the horizontal part of the piping, where the sewage has
a possibility to lie still for longer periods of time or where the flow velocity is low. Heat stimulates the build-up of deposits.

Piping cleaning, dosing method

Automatic
dosing pump

Chemical
tank

1. Pipe cleaning is carried out by automatic dosing unit at the end of pipe line approximately
once per week, depending on the thickness of deposit.

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2. It is recommended to dose chemical into the system once every second week, as near the collecting unit as possible,
to keep the pumps and ejectors free from deposits.

Chemical

NOTE: It is recommended to use the dosing method regularly. In order to prolong the need for using a more
complicated methods.

NOTE: Permitted pH is 5...9 in a collecting tank. In case pH level is < 5 or > 9 Evac warranty does not cover any
component damages. Especially check pH level when acids are used to pipe cleaning.

Piping cleaning, cooking method

NOTE: Only for toilets with discharge pipes downwards

1. Estimate the volume of the piping system, to be able to fill the piping with correct amount of chemical for the
treatment.

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2. Isolate the horizontal branch line to be treated from vertical main line by means of the shut-of valve.

3. Check the piping scheme to be sure that there are no connections to, for instance, the toilets located below the main
line. Otherwise the chemical mixture may overflow through the toilets below the main line.

4. If the vessel has undergone such renovation or repair which is not reflected on the piping schemes, it may be
worthwhile to pressure test the piping system with water to ensure that there are no connections which could cause
overflow.

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5. If relevant drawings are not available, section piping can be treated by closing all except one of pipelines from manifold.
After that all toilets should be flushed and those which work are thus connected to responding pipe line.

6. There can be places in the piping system where a drilled hole has been used to find the location of a pipe blockage.
Occasionally such drill holes may have been sealed in an inappropriate way only to stand vacuum, not pressure or
chemicals. In this case there is a risk the cleaning chemical may penetrate the sealed place and cause leakage.
Such holes shall be secured properly by ordinary connectors prior the work.

A drilled hole

7. To ventilate the piping during chemical filling, open the vacuum piping for instance adjacent to the chemical feeding.
It is important that the open end of the piping system is well ventilated, because of gases that are developing during
the cooking process. Do not have open flames, sparks, or any sources of fire in the vicinity of the open end of piping.

Proper ventilation
Chemi-
cal

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8. Fill the branch line with the cleaning chemical. The reaction between the deposits and the chemical will start
immediately and the "cooking process" begins.

9. During the treatment, the piping can be knocked on to remove the deposits from the pipe walls.

10. Normally the treatment time varies from 10 to 24 hours.

11. After the treatment, flush the piping thoroughly with water starting from the toilets nearest the vertical main. (If the
flushing will be started from the end of horizontal main, there is a risk that the removed deposits will block the line).
Occasionally a second treatment may be necessary.

Piping cleaning, circulation method

There are speciliazed companies to clean sewage pipes by circulating cleaning chemicals through the piping. All
components are first disconnected from the section pipe to be cleaned and chemical circulation hoses are connected
to the pipe to be cleaned. Chemical is circulated until the section pipe is clean.
More detailed information is available on request.

When using cleaning chemicals always follow manufacturer`s instructions for safe use and disposal.

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CHEMICAL RESISTANCE OF METAL PIPES USED IN EVAC SYSTEMS
TECHNICAL
DATA

Galvanized Steel

Galvanized Steel
Epoxy coated
Pipes

type LORO
Black Steel

CuNiFer
SS 316
Chemicals

Hydrochloric Acid 100% 2 3 3 4 3


Hydrochloric Acid 20% 2 3 3 4 3
Phosphoric Acid 2 1 2 2 2
Chlorine 2 2 2 2 2

Scale:
1 = Very good
2 = Good
3 = Moderate
4 = Not recommended

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CERTIFICATES 8

9:00042_9
WARRANTY TERMS 9

9:00042_10
1.1.2000

EVAC OY GENERAL WARRANTY TERMS

1§ Upon arrival of the vacuum drainage system 7§ In connection with warranty reparations, the purchaser
components and/or sewage treatment plants the shall at his own expense arrange the dismantling and
purchaser shall, using due diligence, examine them reassembly as well as transportation, importation and
both as to quality and quantity. Unless the purchaser insurance of the defective item. Evac shall not be
notifies Evac Oy, hereafter called Evac, in writing to the responsible for any costs such as work, travel and
contrary within 14 days from the arrival, they shall be similar costs nor for any local taxes or customs duties.
deemed to have been duly received in agreed quantity
and without apparent damage. 8§ The warranty period of any replaced or repaired part
expires at the same time as the original warranty of
2§ Evac warrants the new vacuum drainage system the supplied system.
components and/or sewage treatment plants supplied
by Evac to be free from defects in material and 9§ The purchaser shall retain the defective part or
workmanship. equipment for six (6) months for Evac’s inspection. At
Evac’s request the purchaser shall send the defective
3§ The warranty period is twelve (12) months calculated part or equipment to a destination designated by Evac
(i) from the ship delivery date to the owner or (ii) from at the purchaser’s cost, unless otherwise agreed. The
the commissioning date of the system installed in a part replaced or refunded under this warranty
building. Under no circumstances will the warranty becomes the property of Evac.
period exceed eighteen (18) months from the date of
shipment from Evac. The warranty period for spare 10§ Liability under this warranty shall be to the exclusion
parts sold separately is twelve (12) months from the of all other liability of Evac to the purchaser, whether
date of shipment from Evac. contractual, tortuous or otherwise, for defects in the
vacuum drainage system components and/or sewage
4§ The warranty does not cover: treatment plants or for any loss or damage to or
a) natural wear and tear or damage resulting caused by them. All other conditions, warranties or
therefrom; other statements whatsoever concerning the vacuum
b) consumables, such as gaskets, fittings, filters, drainage system components and/or sewage
chemicals etc.; treatment plants whether express or implied are
c) defects which can be fixed with minimum action, hereby excluded. In particular Evac grants no
such as changing of seals, tightening, adjusting warranties regarding the fitness for particular purpose,
etc.; performance or merchantability of the vacuum drainage
d) defect or damage due to the purchaser’s failure to system components and/or sewage treatment plants
properly store, install, maintain or operate the whether express or implied.
equipment, or due to overloading, failure to comply
with the service and operating instructions, or due 11§ Evac shall not be liable for any intangible, indirect or
to an accident; consequential loss or damage including but not
e) any defects in materials provided by the purchaser limited to loss of profit, loss of use of the system or
or a third party, nor any defects caused by design any associated equipment, downtime costs etc. Under
stipulated by the purchaser, purchaser’s authorised no circumstances shall Evac’s liability exceed the
representative or a third party. original sales price of the system supplied by Evac.

5§ No claim shall be valid and the warranty shall be 12§ The warranty claims shall be made in writing including
considered as null and void, if other than parts supplied at least the following information: Evac part number,
by Evac have been used in the vacuum drainage description of the defect and its anticipated reason,
system components and/or sewage treatment plants. date of failure, information of project. The claim shall
be sent to Evac within thirty (30) days from the date of
appearance of the defect to the following address:
6§ Evac’s obligations under this warranty are limited, at
Evac’s option, to Evac Oy
a) replacement of the defective item, Ex Works Evac Attn: Warranty Department
(Incoterms 2000); or Purotie 1
b) repair of the defective item, Ex Works Evac FIN-00380 Helsinki
(Incoterms 2000); or FINLAND
c) refund of defective item at its original purchase Telefax: +358 9 506 76333
price. E-mail: warranty.department@evac.fi
EVAC REPRESENTATIVES 10
9:00042_11
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EVAC COMPANIES AND MARINE REPRESENTATIVES WORLDWIDE

EVAC Companies United Kingdom Egypt


Evac U.K. Ltd. Basco Engineering & Trading
Finland Unit A1 20 Asma Fahmy St.
Marine Head Office Darenth Works 4th district-Heliopolis
Evac Oy Ray Lamb Way CAIRO
Purotie 1 Erith Kent DA8 2LA Egypt
FIN-00380 Helsinki United Kingdom Tel: +202 2906997
Finland Tel: +44-1322 351700 Fax: +202 2906774
Tel: +358-9-506 761 Fax: +44-1322 351800 E-mail: basco@intouch.com
Fax: +358-9-5067 6333 E-mail: stuart.mchardy@evac.fi
E-mail: evac.marine@evac.fi Germany
Internet: www.evacgroup.com USA Virtus GmbH
Envirovac Inc. Kleines Wegfährels 10
Brazil 1260 Turret Drive D-21756 OSTEN
Evac Ltda. ROCKFORD, Illinois 61115-1486 Germany
Rua Luiz Otávio USA Tel: +49-4776-8383
2955-Taquara/Campinas Tel: +1 815 6548300 Fax: +49-4776-838 484 or 838 485
SAO PAOLO 13088-160 Fax: +1 815 6548306 E-mail: klaeke@virtus-ship.de
Tel: +55-19-3256 3490 E-mail: sfrederick@evac.com
Fax: +55-19-3256 4661 Great Britain and Eire
E-mail: evac@evac.com.br EVAC Representative Office Transvac Marine Systems Ltd
Unit G3, 14 Beeding Close
China, P.R. Singapore Southern Cross Trading Estate
Evac Vacuum Systems Evac Representative Office Singapore Bognor Regis
(Shanghai) Co. Ltd No.206 Tagore Lane WEST SUSSEX PO22 9TS
Unit E, 13-F, Jiu Shi Fu Xing Mansion SINGAPORE 787593 Great Britain
918 Huai Hai Road (M) Singapore Tel: +44-1243-840 860
SHANGHAI 200020 Tel: +65-6453 7355 Fax: +44-1243-840 861
People's Republic of China Fax : +65-6453 5207 E-mail: sales@transvac-
Tel: +86-21-6415 9580 E-mail: richard.moreira@evac.fi systems.co.uk
Fax: +86-21-6415 7550 Internet: www.transvac-
E-mail: info@evac.com.cn systems.co.uk
EVAC Marine Representatives
France Greece
Evac S.A.R.L Australia Environmental Protection Eng. S.A.
Parc d’Activités des Bellevues Philcor Pty. Ltd. 24, Dervenakion & 39,
35/37 Avenue du Gros Chêne Unit 107, West Point Centre Mesologiou Str.
BP 98, HERBLAY 396 Scarborough Beach Road GR-18545 PIRAEUS
F-95613 CERGY-PONTOISE CEDEX Osborne Park 6017 Greece
France Western Australia Tel: +30-2-10-4060 000
Tel: +33-1-3421 9988 Tel: +61-8-9242 2633 Fax: +30-2-10-4617423
Fax: +33-1-3464 3900 Fax: +61-8-9242 1172 E-mail: tsitselis@epe.gr
E-mail: evac@wanadoo.fr E-mail: vacuum@philcor.com.au Internet: www.epe.gr
Internet: www.philcor.com.au
Germany Hong Kong
Evac GmbH Croatia Wartsila NSD China Ltd.
Hafenstrasse 32 A Baran Ltd. Rm. 4201-4202 Hopewell Centre,
D-22880 WEDEL Ratka Petrovica 92 183 Queen’s East Road
Germany 51000 RIJEKA WANCHAI
Tel: +49-4103-916 80 Croatia Hong Kong
Fax: +49-4103-916 890 Tel/Fax: +385-51-415 303 Tel: +852-2528 6605
E-mail: info@evac.de Fax: +385-51-211 068 Fax: +852-2529 9488
E-mail: scor@ri.tel.hr
Sweden Denmark
Evac AB Max Sibbern A/S
P.O. Box 140 Marielundvej 18
Folketshusgatan 1 DK-2730 HERLEV
S-295 22 BROMÖLLA Denmark
Sweden Tel: +45-4450 0404
Tel: +46-456-48500 Fax: +45-4450 0405
Fax: +46-456-485 96 E-mail: kh@maxsibbern.dk
E-mail: info@evac.se Internet: www.maxsibbern.dk
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India Poland Taiwan


Wartsila India Ltd. IPaKo-Consulting Union Group Business Co. Ltd
48, Neco Chambers Systemy prózniowe 8F - 2, No. 189, Sec.2,
Sector 11, CBD Belapur Teczowa 2 Keelung Road,
NAVI MUMBAI 400 614 81 578 GDYNIA-WILICZNO TAIPEI,
India Poland Taiwan, ROC
Tel: +91-22-27575361 to 71 Tel: +48-58-6249222 Tel: +886-2-2378 7977
Fax: +91-22-55907656 Fax: +48-58-6249394 Fax: +886-2-2378 7986
E-mail: prasad.rekhi@wartsila.com E-mail: delucy@friko7.onet.pl E-mail: uniongb@ms11.hinet.net

Italy Portugal Thailand


Sanitrade S.r.l. Cogema Comercio Geral De Maguinas, Wattana Co. Ltd.
Via Parma 384/A Limitada House NBR 1, Soi Pipat 2
IT-16043 CHIAVARI Avenida Sidonio Pais, 28-4.DT Covent Road, Bangrak
Italy 1050-215 LISBOA BANGKOK 10500
Tel: +39-0185-385 065 Portugal Thailand
Fax: +39-0185-385 066 Tel: +351 21 355 6843, 314 0162 Tel: +66-2-266 7200
E-mail: sanitrad@tin.it Fax: +351 21 355 7498 Fax : +66-2-236 1081
E-mail: cogema@mail.telepac.pt E-mail: wattana@pacific.net.th
Japan
Harada Corporation Russia Turkey
Tokyo Branch Sanitec Corporation Envac Ltd.
Tokio Kaijo Bldg. Glazovski pereulok 7, office 14 Posta Kutusu 11
Shinkan 2-1, Marunouchi 1-chome RU-MOSCOW 121002 Tuzla
Chiyoda-ku, TOKYO 100-0005 Russia 81700 Istanbul
Japan Tel: +7 095 203 1511 Turkey
Tel: +81-3-5222 7172 Fax: +7 095 230 2584 Tel: + 90-216 395 2564, 395 2052
Fax: +81-3-3213-8399 Fax: + 90-216 395 0827
E-mail: tanabe-t@haradacorp.co.jp Singapore E-mail : envacltd@superonline.com
Internet: www.haradacorp.co.jp Wärtsilä Singapore Pte. Ltd.
Teban Garden, P.O. Box 619 United Arab Emirates
Korea SINGAPORE 916001 Local representative for spare part
Haesung Co. Singapore sales:
5th Floor Kolon Building Tel: +65-6265 9122 United Technical Services
36-7, Namcheon - Dong Fax (admin.): +65-6265 0910 Tessco Building
Suyeong – Ku Fax (spares/service):+65-6261 4239 Suite 101-104
PUSAN E-mail: vikkie.wong@wartsila-nsd.com Zayed II Street
Korea Internet: www.wartsila.com Abu Dhabi
Tel: +82-51-626 6363 www.sg.wnsd.com United Arab Emirates
Fax: +82-51-626 3459 Tel. +971-26-774400
E-mail: haesungjcl@hananet.net Spain Fax +971-26-722012
Facet Iberica S.A. E-mail: Pmathew@utsco.com
Netherlands Apartado de Correos 940
Qua-Vac B.V. 15080 LA CORUÑA USA
Televisieweg 157 Spain Local representative for cruise liners
NL-1322 BH ALMERE Tel: + 34-981-601 400 in the Caribbean:
The Netherlands Fax: + 34-981-601 000 Callenberg Engineering, Inc.
Tel: + 31-36-546 1999 E-mail: facet@facetib.com 570 NE 185th Street
Fax: + 31-36-535 0909 Internet: www.facetinternational.net MIAMI, Florida 33179-4513
E-mail: info@quavac.com USA
Internet: www.quavac.com Sweden Tel:+1 305 493 8000
Local representative for project sales: Fax:+1 305 493 8099
Norway MRvakuum Konsult E-mail: sales@callenberg.com
A/S Bergens Rörhandel Liljestigen 72
PO Box 140 197 34 Bro
Brendehaugen Sverige
N-6067 ULSTEINVIK Tel/fax: +46 8 582 40826
Norway E-mail:mrvakuum@telia.com
Tel: + 47-7001 9850
Fax: + 47-7001 9859 Local representative for spare part
E-mail: kaareb@bergens.rorhandel.no sales:
Internet: www.rorhandel.no Axel H. Carlsson & Co. AB
E.A. Rosengrensgata 29B
S-421 31 Västra Frölunda
Sverige
29 Jan 2003

Tel. +46 31 4989 00


Fax +46 31 47 29 41
E-mail: info@axelhcarlsson.se
Internet: www.axelhcarlsson.se

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Purotie 1, FIN-00380 HELSINKI, FINLAND, Tel. +358 9 506 761, Fax. +358 9 5067 6333, evac.marine@evac.fi,
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