Figure 632 Opds Salm before deployment

Beach termination unit

Opds Boats

Mooring base

Product swivel

Figure 6-33. Offshore petroleum discharge system.

Floating hoses Valve flotation spool piece

Mooring base

Product swivel

Figure 6-33. Offshore petroleum discharge system.

Table 6-9. Outline of UCT OPDS Participation

I. CONDUCT SALM PREDEPLOYMENT PROCEDURES

1. ON TANKER CHECK OF SALM AND INVENTORY EQUIPMENT If possible OPDS inventory and inspection should be accomplished by UCT personnel before tanker deploys to the operational site. All equipment must be on site and in operational condition before deployment is initiated.

2. Installation of dive systems on OPDS dive boat (converted LCM6 boats).

3. SURVEY, SELECT AND MARK INSTALLATION SITES FOR SALM, TANKER MOORING AND CONDUIT ROUTE TO SHORE

4. SURVEY CONDUIT AND INSTALL CONDUIT ANCHORS Make sure the conduit, which can be up to 4 miles long, is stable (anchored to the seafloor) and not located where chafing and long suspensions may cause damage and rupture of the line.

5. PREPARE SALM FOR LAUNCH FROM TANKER

6. LAUNCH SALM

A. Deploy pigtail hoses

B. Floor tanks in sequence

C. Deploy submarine hose

D. On bottom reset valves and inspect hoses and conduit and install mooring hawser

7. RIG FOR TOW TO SITE

8. POSITION SALM AT INSTALLATION SITE

II. DEPLOY SALM

1. DEPLOY SALM

2. INSPECT PIGTAIL HOSE AND CONDUIT ON BOTTOM

3. CONNECT MOORING HAWSER TO MAIN BUOY

III. INSPECTION/MAINTENANCE REQUIREMENTS 1. START-UP INSPECTION/MAINTENANCE

Table 6-9. Outline of UCT OPDS Participation (continued)

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