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Statoil governing document

Offshore Cranes, additional requirements to NS-EN 13852-1


Technical and professional requirements, TR1727, Final Ver. 1, Valid from 2005-05-09
Publisher/follow-up: Sjefsingenir D&V, Hans von der Lippe
Classification: Open
Validity area:
Statoil ASA/All locations/Upstream/Offshore

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Introduction.......................................................................................................................................3
Objective .............................................................................................................................................3
Warrant ...............................................................................................................................................3
Requirements.....................................................................................................................................3
General................................................................................................................................................3
Design (addendum to chap. 4 and app. D)..........................................................................................3
Wire sheaves (addendum to 5.2).........................................................................................................4
Power (clarification of 5.3) .................................................................................................................4
Electrical design (addendum to 5.3) ...................................................................................................4
Programmable Logic Control System (addendum to 5.3) ..................................................................4
Active Rope Tensioning System, ART (addendum to 5.4) ................................................................4
Whip hoist system (clarification of 5.4 and 5.6).................................................................................5
Main hoist system (clarification of 5.4 and 5.6) .................................................................................5
Boom system ((clarification of 5.4 and 5.6) .......................................................................................5
Loss of electrical power supply (addendum to 5.4) ............................................................................5
Failure in UPS system in crane (addendum to 5.4).............................................................................6
Hydraulic hoses (addendum to 5.4) ....................................................................................................6
Hydraulic- and pneumatic systems (addendum to 5.4).......................................................................6
Engine room (addendum to 5.5) .........................................................................................................7
Boom (addendum to 5.5) ....................................................................................................................7
Cabin (addendum to 5.5).....................................................................................................................8
Windows (addendum to 5.5)...............................................................................................................8
Drivers chair (addendum to 5.5)........................................................................................................8
Radio communication (addendum to 5.5)...........................................................................................9
Manual Fire Protection Equipment (clarification of 5.5)....................................................................9
Escape Routes (addendum to 5.5).......................................................................................................9
Fire and Gas (clarification to 5.5) .......................................................................................................9
Indicators for 90% and 110% hook load, stop of luffing movement (addendum to 5.6)....................9
Sea zone (clarification of 5.6) ...........................................................................................................10
Limit switches (clarification to 5.6)..................................................................................................10
Switches and control panel (clarification of 5.6) ..............................................................................10
Sector limitations (clarification of 5.6) .............................................................................................10
Display information (addendum to 5.6)............................................................................................11
Mechanical radius indicator (addendum to 5.6)................................................................................11

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Start stop sequences (addendum to 5.6).........................................................................................11


Emergency stop (clarification of 5.7) ...............................................................................................11
AOPS (clarification of 5.7) ...............................................................................................................12
MOPS (clarification of 5.7) ..............................................................................................................12
Emergency lowering and emergency operation (addendum to 5.7 / 5.8) .........................................12
Lifting of personnel (clarification of 5.8) .........................................................................................12
Certification for use (addendum to 6.2) ............................................................................................13
Tag hierarchy (addendum to 7.1).....................................................................................................13
Maintenance (addendum to 7.3) .......................................................................................................13
Velocity (addendum to app. B4) .......................................................................................................14
Heat radiation (clarification of app. C4) ...........................................................................................14
Material selection (addendum to app. E) ..........................................................................................14
Slew bearing (amendment to app. E4) ..............................................................................................15
Welded structures (addendum to app.E5) .........................................................................................15
Brakes (clarification of app. I) ..........................................................................................................16
Crane recording system.....................................................................................................................16
Data sheet template ...........................................................................................................................22
Definitions........................................................................................................................................35
References........................................................................................................................................35

Statoil governing document


Offshore Cranes, additional requirements to NS-EN 13852-1
Technical and professional requirements
TR1727, Final Ver. 1, Valid from 2005-05-09

Introduction

1.1

Objective

The objective of this TR is to standardize new and, as far as possible, also existing offshore cranes in
Statoil. This document gives a description of additional requirements and details to those given in NSEN 13852-1 General purpose offshore cranes, and is an amendment to this standard applicable to
Statoil. Several requirements come from actions taken after actual incidents with offshore cranes.
1.2

Warrant

Operation, maintenance and modification (AR12) (Statoil Group/All locations/On- offshore)

Requirements

2.1

General

Technical requirements in this document describe which properties the different functions of the crane
shall have. The document describes additional requirements to NS-EN 13852-1 and clarifies different
subjects in NS-EN 13852-1.
Each section has a reference (in brackets) to the relevant chapter in NS-EN 13852-1 to easily correlate
to the standard.
2.2

Design (addendum to chap. 4 and app. D)

In order to verify that the crane complies with NPD 4 The facilities regulations:
Failure in a single component, in a system or a single action shall not give unacceptable
consequences, a FMECA analysis for the crane design on a component level shall be submitted to
Statoil before the manufacturing of the crane starts. The detail level shall cover all the components
described in the Tag hierarchy, (see chapter 2.38). The FMECA analysis should be updated when
changes in design during manufacturing occur.
All non structural components, mounted with bolted connections outside on the crane, shall be secured
in 2 ways against falling down.
All equipment which are needed to re reeve the crane, mount boom extender, change wires etc., shall
be a part of the crane delivery.
When possible, it is recommended to use electrical prime movers instead of diesel engines, in order to
reduce the NOx spills from the platform.
However, if diesel engine is choosed, it shall be of the low NOx type.

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2.3

Wire sheaves (addendum to 5.2)

The wire sheaves in the boom shall be provided with guides to prevent the wire jumping out of the
wire sheaves in any position
Each wire sheave shall have its own id.-mark and wear limits shall be given for sheave and sheave
bearings. Position for wear measurement shall be indicated.
The manufacturer shall construct for easy maintenance and inspection of the wires sheaves and bearing
without the need for dismantling the wire sheaves.
2.4

Power (clarification of 5.3)

The crane shall have sufficient power to operate all motions (hoisting, luffing and slewing), without
reduction in velocity on any of the motions.
2.5

Electrical design (addendum to 5.3)

Electrical systems and equipment shall be designed, procured and installed in compliance with the
NSA regulations and NORSOK standards as listed below:

NORSOK E-001: Electrical system.


NORSOK E002: Adjustable speed AC motor drives (if applicable)
NORSOK Z010: Electrical, Instrumentation and Telecommunication Installation

On some of the existing installations system voltage, frequency or earthing system deviate from
NORSOK E-001. These have to be clarified during the bid clarification.
The slip rings shall be designed for the maximum short cicuit currents generated by the electrical
power supply.
The supplier shall describe in the bid list all electrical items and the required power consumption
included in his supply.
Equipment left live in an ESD situation shal be Ex certified according to NORSOK S-001. This
includes also the slip rings.
2.6

Programmable Logic Control System (addendum to 5.3)

Programmable control system shall as far as possible follow IEC/EN 61508. In addition see OLF
Guideline no. 70.
2.7

Active Rope Tensioning System, ART (addendum to 5.4)

The crane shall be equipped with an ART system for use during loading and unloading of supply
vessels. The system shall have a separate button for arming the ART function before the ART function
can be activated. The push button for activation of the ART system shall be of a hold to run type. The
push button should be placed on the hoisting control lever.

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It shall only be possible to activate the ART function when the hook is in the sea lift zone and the
weight of the load is below ART tension force. If the hook load exceeds the defined limit with the
ART function armed, the ART function shall automatically be disarmed. When the hook is outside the
sea lift zone, the ART activation and arming shall automatically be deactivated. Visual information in
the cabin showing the status of the ART function shall be provided.
The crane supplier shall include in the documentation a complete procedure for testing the ART
system which includes testing of the system interlock logic.
2.8

Whip hoist system (clarification of 5.4 and 5.6)

It shall only be possible to override the upper limit switch with a key switch if this is necessary for
maintenance or service.
The hook speed shall be reduced before final stop by the limit switches.
The whip hoist shall be equipped with a slack wire detection that stops the lowering of the hoist and
gives visual and audio signal to the crane driver when activated.
2.9

Main hoist system (clarification of 5.4 and 5.6)

It shall only be possible to override the upper limit switch with a key switch if this is necessary for
maintenance or service etc.
The main hoist shall be equipped with a slack wire detection that stops the lowering of the hoist and
gives visual and audio signal to the crane driver when activated.
2.10

Boom system ((clarification of 5.4 and 5.6)

The boom function shall be equipped with a slack wire detection that stops the lowering of the boom
and gives visual and audio signal to the crane driver when activated.
The boom velocity shall be reduced automatically before the upper limit on the boom winch is
activated.
2.11

Loss of electrical power supply (addendum to 5.4)

In the event of a power failure in one or more of the cranes power supplies, three modes for further use
of the crane are defined: Normal operation, Operation to safe position and Full stop. The
listing below shows the requirements for each of the three alternatives. The manufacturer has to define
the state of the crane if the power from different supplies is lost, and what consequence this has for
further use of the crane. Generally, the manufacturer shall if possible design the systems in such a way
that the state Full stop is avoided, if power is lost.
Information about loss of power and the consequence of this shall be shown on the control panel.
Normal operation can continue if the functions below are operational:
Hydraulic power is available
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AOPS is working
MOPS is working
Control and safety systems are working
Aircraft warning lights are working.
Wind speed indicator or equivalent information is available
UPS or battery power packs have power.
Other safety related functions regarded by the crane supplier as necessary in order to have safe
operation of the crane.

It shall be possible to move the crane to a safe position if one or more of the following functions are
not working:

AOPS
MOPS
Aircraft warning lights
VHF / UHF
UPS or other battery power supply fails to deliver power.

The crane shall be stopped when one of the following functions are lost:

Main power supply


Control or safety systems.

2.12

Failure in UPS system in crane (addendum to 5.4)

UPS generally supplies power to some of the cranes 24 VDC system. Failure in the UPS is referred to
as failure in the backup function, but even though the mains are connected. Information about failure
in the UPS-system shall be given on the control panel.
2.13

Hydraulic hoses (addendum to 5.4)

Hydraulic hoses shall be tested with 1.5 times the maximum working pressure of the hose. Makers test
certificate to be delivered.
2.14

Hydraulic- and pneumatic systems (addendum to 5.4)

Hydraulic and pneumatic systems shall be designed according to EN13135-2,


EN 982 and ISO 4413. In case of conflict between ISO 4413 and EN 982, then EN 982 shall apply.
Fixed oil sample points shall be incorporated during the design of the crane on the subsystems pressure
lines and on the return line, and on any pilot- and boost line in the hydraulic system. In addition the
manufacturer shall describe limiting values regarding the quality of the hydraulic oil, and provide for
ample filtration capacity for the system.
The hydraulic oil tank shall have a design that makes it easy to drain off any water and deposits from
the bottom of the tank. To obtain this, the tank bottom shall be in an angle, that leads down to the drain
point. It shall be equipped with a breathing filter to avoid moisture to get into the tank.

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The hydraulic system shall be flushed by use of hot oil with temperature of at least +70 deg. C. The oil
flow shall be turbulent in the system in order to ensure a good cleaning effect. The selected maker
must document that the flushing oil is free from bacterial contamination.
In addition, oil samples shall be taken both before and after commissioning, in order to ensure that the
system oil is maintaining its quality before delivery of the crane. Statoil has the following minimum
requirements regarding quality of oil on offshore cranes:
Cleanness level - ISO 16/14/11 (NAS 5)
Max water content 150 p.p.m.
Max acid value (TAN) = 7
Viscosity within !10% of specified level of delivered oil on the system
The hydraulic circuit shall be equipped with Europa Micro filtration system.
The hydraulic system shall be designed with good margins regarding capacity and replenishment so
that unforeseen cavitation due to component wear is prevented.
Separate cooling and heating of the hydraulic system shall be automatic temperature regulated.
Every pre-charged accumulator shall be equipped with manometers and permanent means for draining
the oil side, to ease verification of the pre-charge pressure.
2.15

Engine room (addendum to 5.5)

The machinery house shall be a separate weather enclosure containing at least the diesel engines /
electric motors and the hydraulic pumps with all their accessories. The floor in the engine room shall
be easily cleaned for oil spill. This means that the floor shall have drain. Fresh water and compressed
air shall be available.
The machinery house shall have a workbench (adjustable) with vice and sufficient space and facilities
for operation and maintenance.
A light shall be installed above the workbench (500 lux).
A small store (shelves/cabinet) shall be installed inside the machinery house.
Means shall be taken to prevent maintenance personnel to be exposed to hot surfaces and rotating
parts.
2.16

Boom (addendum to 5.5)

Ladders with safety hoops shall be provided for inspection of aircraft warning lights, floodlights and
wire sheaves if they cannot be reached from the boom walkway.
It shall be possible to monitor any wear in the boom bearing without need for dismantling. Wear
margins shall be given. Alternatively, the manufacturer shall state the operating time, which shall at
least be 10 years with normal use according to the appliance group of the crane used in the design.

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2.17

Cabin (addendum to 5.5)

The cabin shall be constructed in aluminium, with two rooms (air lock and main room). Door between
the two rooms shall be hinged. The entrance door shall be sliding type door. The main room shall have
a second chair with full view for the instructor.
Side view shall be ! 100 when chair is in the back position.
Inner walls shall be of a material that requires little maintenance and is fire resistant.
Noise level in the cabin shall be max. 60 dB (A), ref. NORSOK S-001.
One camera with zoom function shall be fitted to the boom tip to show the hook, and one above
machinery to show spooling on the drums. One LCD colour display screen is to be fitted in the crane
cabin, with possibility to switch between the two cameras. If the spooling on the drums is visible from
the operator's position, the second camera is not required.
Care shall be taken so that the sun does not inflict the visibility of the LCD screen and other
instruments.
An earthed double electric power socket (240 V, 16 A, single phase) and a battery hand torch of the
explosion-protected type, attached to a charger unit, shall be installed.
A durable copy of the load chart shall be mounted in a clearly visible position inside the drivers cabin.
2.18

Windows (addendum to 5.5)

Front- and side windows shall extend down to the floor with narrow safety crossbars.
The window frames shall be as narrow as possible.
It shall not be possible to open any of the cabin windows.
The windows shall be equipped with sun blinds running in guides.
Vertical moving windshield wipers are not acceptable.
2.19

Drivers chair (addendum to 5.5)

Control levers attached to the chair (controllers, consoles, armrests etc.) shall follow the chairs
movements when the chair is adjusted in height, forward / backward or rotated. Other controls shall be
placed within the recommended working areas for hands and feet.
An adjustable, inclined footrest shall be provided. It shall not obstruct the free sight.
It shall be possible to lock rotation of the chair in the normal operating position if the chair is rotatable.

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2.20

Radio communication (addendum to 5.5)

The control cabin shall be equipped with both UHF and a VHF radio to enable the crane operator to be
in continuous contact with a supply vessel and personnel on the platform. The equipment shall be
located such that the operator may select channels whilst seated. The unit shall be equipped with a
gooseneck microphone. "Push-to-talk" switch is to be placed on top of left crane control handle. Unit
shall be supplied with a toggle switch to quickly change from UHF to VHF and vice-versa.
Two PA loudspeakers shall be installed, to be connected to the PA system on the platform. One of
them shall be installed in the crane cabin, the other in the machinery house.
A combined FM radio and CD player complete with loud-speakers shall be installed.
2.21

Manual Fire Protection Equipment (clarification of 5.5)

The crane shall be equipped with sufficient portable fire extinguishers inside the crane cabin and
outside the door leading into the crane machinery room
Extinguisher medium shall be suitable for the type of fire that can take place.
The fire extinguishers shall be of the same type and manufacture as used on the installation. This shall
be stated in the data sheet Fire and gas
2.22

Escape Routes (addendum to 5.5)

The crane shall have at least two escape routes leading in different escape directions.
The primary/escape route shall be the daily used stairway route to and from the crane. The secondary
escape route is usually down through the pedestal.
The escape routes including the stairways shall be designed to allow for transport of injured personnel
on a standard offshore stretcher.
All escape routes are to be marked with safety signs and illuminated in accordance with Norsok
standard S001.
2.23

Fire and Gas (clarification to 5.5)

The crane shall be connected to the fire and gas detection system on the vessel / platform. This is to be
described in detail in the datasheets.
2.24

Indicators for 90% and 110% hook load, stop of luffing movement (addendum to 5.6)

The rated capacity indicator shall give the following information about 90% and 110% hook load:
At 90% SWL hook load a visual alarm on the crane display and an audible alarm, which can be
acknowledged, shall be given. At 110% SWL hook load a visual alarm on the display and an audible

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alarm, which can not be acknowledged, shall be given. The alarm limits shall be calculated from the
cranes capacity for platform lifting.
The luffing out movement shall not be possible when the crane is configured with two or three falls
and a 110% SWL alarm appear. However, when lifting of personnel mode is engaged, this is not
applicable.
2.25

Sea zone (clarification of 5.6)

The mode for sea zone allows the functions MOPS, AOPS and ART to be activated.
The mode for sea zone shall be activated when the hook is in an area where the crane is only used for
lifting to and from the supply boat. This usually means when the hook is inside a given sector and
below a certain level (for instance cellar deck). There shall be a separate indication when the crane is
operated in the sea lift zone.
2.26

Limit switches (clarification to 5.6)

Visual alarm shall be given when limit switches are activated.


2.27

Switches and control panel (clarification of 5.6)

The cranes shall be secured against changes in the crane configuration or selected speed, when there is
load in the hook. Combinations of selected speed and configuration of the crane shall not lead to
dangerous situations.
The crane shall be equipped with an on/off switch which activates / deactivates the joysticks.
The signals from the joystick and any feedback from the pumps shall be secured against a single
failure, i.e. the signal from the joystick and the feedback shall be provided with a fault detection
function and the movement of the hook shall be stopped (brake on) if there are any wrong signals. The
joysticks shall have dedicated switches indicating that these are out of neutral position.
The joysticks shall have hoisting function on the right control lever and luffing/ slewing function on
the left control lever.
LCD monitors shall be furnished with a screen or glass of a glare free type. The monitors shall be
easily readable in bright sunshine.
2.28

Sector limitations (clarification of 5.6)

If the crane has a sector limitation function, it is important, that this function can be easily adjusted by
the driver. The crane shall always have speed reduction for the slewing and luffing movement before
the crane is entering the forbidden sector. When the forbidden sector is entered, a sector alarm shall be
given or alternatively the crane stopped.

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2.29

Display information (addendum to 5.6)

Following information shall be displayed on the load indicator display in addition to the information
required in NS-EN 13852-1:

Allowed SWL for platform lifting and lifting in the sea lift zone
Weight of the hook load given in % of SWL for platform lifting
Hook height indicator showing absolute and relative height with the possibility to set new
reference point.

Alarm signals shall be clear and distinct. As far as possible an alarm signal shall be followed by a
description of how the crane driver shall respond to the alarm.
2.30

Mechanical radius indicator (addendum to 5.6)

A mechanical radius indicator may be replaced by an electronic system if the supplier can document
that the system has the same level of safety. One solution may be a measuring system that has an automatic fault detection function, which continuously checks the radius calibration, and is according to
EN 954, cat. 3 (table 2).
2.31

Start stop sequences (addendum to 5.6)

During startup after a crane shutdown the cranes functions shall have the same status as when a
normal startup procedure is executed. A MOPS activation, activated before a shutdown, shall remain
active during a stop-start sequence.
If the ART function is armed or active, it shall be deactivated during a stop-start sequence of the crane.
2.32

Emergency stop (clarification of 5.7)

The emergency pushbutton shall be placed next to the joystick for the hoisting function. The push
button shall be red.
The emergency stop shall cut off the power supply to the hydraulic main and servo system. When
electric main motors are used, the power from the main contactors to the main motors shall be broken.
When diesel engine is used, the fuel supply shall be cut off and the air inlet shall be blocked off after a
time delay
When activating the emergency stop all brakes (hoisting, luffing and slewing ) shall be activated after
a suitable time delay in order to stop the movement in a controlled manner. The emergency stop circuit
shall apply the brakes, i.e. not the crane control system (PLC), in the event of failure in the control
system (PLC). If the crane is equipped with pawl brake, this should also be activated.
In addition the AOPS/ ART system must be disabled, and the AOPS/ART system shall also be
deactivated if this system was active before the emergency stop was activated. The ART shall also be
deactivated if this system was armed before emergency stop was activated.
The load indicator system and crane recording system shall be operational after activation of the
emergency stop. Bypass valves and proportional valves shall be reset / stopped.
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2.33

AOPS (clarification of 5.7)

Activation of AOPS shall disengage the slewing and hoisting brakes if this is not already done when
entering the sea lift zone.
The AOPS shall reset when the conditions for activation are no longer present, but if the activation
conditions return, it shall be activated again. The AOP system must be reactivated with a delay in
order to prevent the boom structure to start oscillating.
The crane supplier shall include a complete procedure for testing of the AOPS, in the cranes PM
program.
2.34

MOPS (clarification of 5.7)

The MOPS switch/pushbutton shall be positioned next to the joystick for luffing and slewing
movement. The switch/pushbutton shall be yellow.
The MOPS shall work both during normal operation of the crane and in event of a power failure, but it
shall not be possible to activate the MOPS when the personnel lift mode is selected.
It shall only be possible to activate the MOPS in the sea lift zone.
The crane supplier shall include a complete procedure for testing of the MOPS, in the cranes PM
program.
2.35

Emergency lowering and emergency operation (addendum to 5.7 / 5.8)

Emergency lowering:
Control handles/valves for emergency lowering should be placed such that the operator has full view
over the loading area when operating the system. The system shall also be fully weather protected if
placed outside.
Emergency operation:
Control handles/valves for emergency operation should be placed in the cabin such that the operator
will have full view over the loading area when operating the system. The speed of this system must be
appropriate to the operational conditions in the event of an emergency.
2.36

Lifting of personnel (clarification of 5.8)

Personnel lifting function shall be type-approved according to DAT Machinery Directive 9 section 3.
Operational limits for lifting of personnel within Statoil are 3m significant wave height and 15 m/s
wind speed, if other limits are not stated in the datasheet.
If the crane is equipped with two sets of hoisting winches (main / whip ) the main hoist shall not be
used for lifting of personnel. It shall not be possible to operate the main winch when mode for
personnel lifting is selected.
When the crane is used according to the load chart for MOB boat operation, the crane shall not impact
the MOB boat with an additional dynamic load greater than 3 times the weight of the MOB boat. The
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supplier shall state in the user manual, which wave height this apply (minimum 3 m significant), and
also requirements for any forerunner(s) that has to be used to achieve this. Minimum weight of MOB
boat is assumed to be 2.5 T.
2.37

Certification for use (addendum to 6.2)

At supplier:
Offshore cranes will be subject to a full factory acceptance test (FAT), organized by the supplier, with
the attendance of the Enterprise of Competence for the crane certification.
Supplier will provide all necessary detailed commissioning procedures for commissioning activities to
be undertaken at the FAT and offshore test. The commissioning procedures shall be subject to
approval by Company.
Offshore pedestal cranes shall be fully commissioned, load tested and operable at the Suppliers site.
Normative reference for Mechanical Completion and Commissioning shall be NORSOK Z-007.
Offshore
Offshore cranes will be subject to a certification test at the offshore location. At this test, the cranes
foundation and its fitness for use at the installation shall be verified and approved by the Enterprise of
Competence. Before regular use, the Enterprise of Competence, shall issue a certificate for use.
Offshore cranes telecommunications, fire and gas and any other platform interfaces will be completed
at the offshore location.
2.38

Tag hierarchy (addendum to 7.1)

In order to follow up the maintenance history at component level, all component s included in the
FMECA and RCM analysis shall have a distinct tag-no. The tag. no. must be associated with the crane
by means of a functional hierarchy, where every function of the crane is represented, or a structural
hierarchy for structural and mechanical components, which is not a part of the functional hierarchy.
The components are to be marked when this is possible and practical. When this is not possible, the tag
numbers shall be written on the drawings or attached to the drawings by means of a reference table.
2.39

Maintenance (addendum to 7.3)

To ensure that the cranes maintenance program is according to 44 in PSAs Activities Regulations
where it states that: Failure modes that make a hazard for HSE, shall be prevented systematically by
means of a maintenance program, the supplier shall deliver a maintenance program that is based on a
RCM analysis. The RCM analysis shall be based on the FMECA analysis for the crane design, and
shall cover all components relevant to safety functions of the crane. The RCM analysis shall be
delivered together with the Maintenance Program for the crane. If the design of the crane is changed,
the RCM analysis shall be updated.
The design of the crane shall be arranged so that inspection and maintenance of critical components,
relevant to the cranes safety, can be done without the need for dismantling of components. Solutions
based on condition monitoring / remote monitoring may be considered.

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Provision shall be made, to use lifting gear to lift out all units that may require replacement or
maintenance, and weighs more than 25 kg.
Permanent lifting beams shall be provided to transport and withdraw heavy components for
maintenance or replacement purposes from crane to platform deck level.
If a ceiling hatch is used, this hatch shall be sufficiently stable to be weather tight without using a
continuous bolted flange.
It shall not be necessary to dismantle roof section, large hatches or large equipment in order to replace
pumps or similar equipment for maintenance purpose.
Grease lubrication points shall be centralised for ease of maintenance and access.
Transportation routes shall be established and documented.
Wear limits shall be listed for all parts which are expected to have a useful life that is less than the
general crane design life due to wear, and thus will have to be replaced. The wear limit list shall
include methods of wear measurement/inspection and acceptance criteria.
For all critical components that have a shorter operating life than the theoretical operating life of the
crane, the recommended replacement interval shall be described.
Complete lists/diagrams/charts for trouble-shooting shall be included.
All rope anchorages shall be open for easy inspection.
The crane shall be provided with a drain system to take care of any oil spills that must be expected
during maintenance. The system shall be connected to the platforms open drain system.
2.40

Velocity (addendum to app. B4)

The boom velocity shall at least be 0.8/sec. in the working area from 45 to max. working radius with
5 T hook load. The velocity shall be determined as the mean value when driving the boom in and out.
2.41

Heat radiation (clarification of app. C4)

When the crane is placed in areas where it is exposed to heat radiation from turbine exhaust, flaring
etc. the company shall describe this in a separate data sheet.
The supplier must document that the crane and its components can be operated safely under the
described heat exposure.
Means should also be taken to avoid inside temperature to exceed 25C and exhaust to come into the
cabin.
2.42

Material selection (addendum to app. E)

Fabrication, documentation and testing of materials for welded steel structures shall be in compliance
with NORSOK Standards: M-DP-001 Material Selection, M-CR-101 Structural Steel Fabrication and
M-CR-120 Material Data Sheets for structural steel.
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All hydraulic piping and fittings shall be of stainless steel, type 316L or Cupro-Nickel alloy or in
accordance with the crane data sheet. Control Valves shall as minimum have stainless steel trim.
The supplier is obliged to use only new materials for his scope of supply.
Aluminium is preferred material in walkways, stairs, handrails and ladders.
2.43

Slew bearing (amendment to app. E4)

The method used for checking the pre-tensioning of the slewing bearing fasteners shall not include
loading / unloading of the fasteners.
A table showing pre-tensioning / extension for each bolt during mounting, shall be delivered with the
documentation.
Procedure for measurement and base measurements showing axial clearance of the slew bearing shall
be delivered together with the documentation.
2.44

Welded structures (addendum to app.E5)

Welding procedures and qualification of welding procedures:


For all welding on primary elements welding procedure specifications (WPS) shall be established and
qualified according to NORSOK, M101, section 5. For other welds qualified WPS are not required.
Fabrication and welding requirements:
Fabrication and welding of all primary structural elements shall be performed according to NORSOK
M101, section 6.
Welders qualification
Welders shall be qualified to EN 287 or equivalent
Non-destructive testing:
NDT operators shall be qualified to EN 473. Non-destructive testing of all welded elements shall be
performed according to NORSOK M101, section 9 with the following exceptions:

Table 9.1 for inspection category determination shall not be used. Inspection category must be
determined by the crane designer for each component and weld based on the consequence of a
defect and the probability of a defect. The consequence depends on which part of the crane is
concerned and on number of independent load bearing elements. The probability of a defect
depends on type of loading (static or dynamic), type of stress situation (tension, compression and
shear), stress level and joint complexity/design. The selection of inspection categories shall be such
that the full ranges of categories are used.

If the acceptance criteria are not met, repair is not mandatory. Competent personnel shall evaluate
the defects and a corrective action decided upon. Evaluation and corrective action shall be
documented.

Repair of welding defects:


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Welding defects shall be repaired according to NORSOK M101, section 101 with the exception
above.
Fabrication, welding and inspection of piping shall be carried out according to NORSOK M-601.
2.45

Brakes (clarification of app. I)

The brakes shall be engaged immediately in case of power failure to the main motor(s) or with any
failures in the crane control system. NB! this also applies i case of main line breakage in the hydraulic
system, pump breakdown or similar .
Winch brakes (on both hoist and luffing winch) shall engage automatically when upper or lower limit
switch is activated. This however, does not apply to the lower hoist limit switch when the hook is in
the sea lift zone.
2.46

Crane recording system

2.46.1

General

2.46.1.1 Main functions


The crane shall be equipped with a recording system, which is connected to the cranes control- and
load indicator system (PLC or crane computer). The recording system is communicating with the
control system and makes it possible to store parameters of importance in memory. The recording
system shall have three main functions:
1. The recording system shall store information about how much the crane and the machinery have
been used and the load on the crane structure. The S.W.P. (safe working period) for the machinery
shall be calculated, the total number of load cycles that have been done and the load class the crane
belongs to, based on the actual use of the crane. The information shall be shown on a display1 that
is connected to the system.
2. Data for fatigue calculations of critical components shall also be stored and be available in order to
carry out such calculations.
3. In addition there shall be a condition recorder that continually records various data, where the
purpose is to be able to repeat the cranes running condition for a defined period in the past.
2.46.1.2 Equipment
The equipment for recording shall record data continually without any need for manual routines to
update the data sets, i.e. the recording equipment shall be able to automatically load and store the data
necessary to display history, doing fatigue calculations and storing data to the condition recorder.

A printer can be used as a an alternative


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The recording system may be a part of the cranes programmable control system and/or a separate
unit(s) for recording and showing the recording data. The system shall be equipped with a screen and
shall contain software to display historical information about the crane. The screen shall be a part of
the system and may be permanent or easily connected to the system when needed. The systems time
reference must be available and easy to adjust.
The main motor(s) shall have an hour counter even if that is included in the recording system.
The recording system shall be supplied from the same power source that supplies the cranes controland load indicator system.
2.46.1.3 Storing of data
The recording system shall have enough storage capacity to keep the recorded data in the cranes
operating life time, without having to down loading files etc. to release space in the systems memory.
However, the system shall have back-up features and have restore capabilities to replace damaged files
etc. from old back-up sets. The recorded data should be accumulated in tables and stored in a limited
number of files.
2.46.1.4 Communication errors
If communication between the programmable control system and the recording system is lost, this
shall be indicated on the control panel. This applies also if storing of data to files is not completed.
These errors shall however not prevent the crane driver from operating the crane.
2.46.2

Functions

2.46.2.1 Presentation of historical data


The recording system shall at any time have the possibility to present a summary of exposed load on
the crane structure and crane machinery. This summary shall be presented as information about the
actual duration of service of the machinery (minimum for the hoist-, boom- and slewing machinery)
and information about the load on the cranes structure. The actual duration of service for installed
cranes is to be calculated with methods described in FEM 9.755 (06.93). If a new recording system is
installed in these cranes, the results from this calculation, are to be set as initial values into the new
recording system.
It shall be possible to view the information on the systems screen without downloading or moving any
data from the system, i.e. the summary has to be a report generated from the recording systems
software. It shall be possible to export this summary to a file, which format easily can be read by for
example a spreadsheet.
A table showing minimum the following information shall be available on the screen:
General:
Number of days since crane became operational
Number of days the crane has been used
Total number of start / stop sequences of main motors
Running time for main motors in hours

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Structure:

Total number of lift cycles2 , performed with the crane


Total duration of lift cycles
Total number of lifts [%] related to the designed number of hoisting cycles
A table containing the following information:
Part of hoisting
cycles [%]

Hook load [%
SWL]
0 20% SWL
20 40% SWL
40 60% SWL
60 80% SWL
80 100% SWL
100% SWL
Table 1

The load spectrum factor, kp, given by


kp =

(LL
6

i =1

max

) nn
3

tot


, where

i = interval given by row no. i in table 1


Li = max hook load for interval i (table 1)
Lmax = max permissible hook load
ni = number of hoisting cycles in interval i
ntot = total number of hoisting cycles performed
Incidentally applies the relation
6

= n tot

i =1

Based on the recorded data, information about the crane is placed in correct appliance group. Here
it is assumed that appliance group is specified according to tables in appendix 1.
A table showing any dynamic overload that has occurred on hoisting winch (and possibly boom
winch), with date and hour recorded

Machinery:
The information below shall be specified for the hoisting and boom machinery. For the slewing
machinery it is at least required that the duration of use is recorded. Complete recording data for the
slewing machinery is desired if the crane has instrumentation that makes this possible.

Total duration of use


A table containing the following information:

Load [in %]

Part of duration of
use [%]

0 20%
2

A lift cycle is defined to start when the hook load is lifted, and ends when the crane is ready to lift another hook load
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20 40%
40 60%
60 80%
80 100%
Table 2

The calculated spectrum factor, km, given by


5

km =

i =1

Si
S max

) Tt , where
3

i = interval given by row no. i in table 2


Si = Max load for interval no. I (table 2)
Smax = max permissible load on machinery
ti = duration of use for interval no. i
T = total duration of use for the machinery
Incidentally applies the relation
5

=T

i =1

Based on the recorded data, information about the crane is placed in correct class of utilization
The actual duration of service , S, (ref. FEM 9.755 (06.93)) calculated as
S =

(k

mi

t i ) , where Kmi= (calculated spectrum factor for interval no. I (table 2))

i =1

related to the theoretical duration of service (D) for the machinery to check if the crane is operated
within the Safe Working Period (S.W.P.). Here it is assumed that the theoretical duration of use
follows FEM 9.755 (06.93) table 1, line 4, ref. table 10 below.
2.46.2.2 Data for calculation of fatigue
In addition to the information mention above, the recording system shall record and store data
necessary for calculation of fatigue of critical components on the crane. This information shall be
stored in the recording system during the whole operational time of the crane.
Data for calculation of fatigue is based on storing one post of data each lift cycle, i.e. one set of data is
generated when each lift cycle is finished. This gives detailed information about the lift cycles carried
out by the crane and will give reliable calculations of fatigue, and can be used as a basis for other
analysis. Below is a summary of the information minimum required in each post (stored each lift
cycle):
Parameter

Unit.

Comment

Start time

[dd/mm/yyyy]
[hh:mm:ss]

Time of lift cycle started

Duration

[sec]

From start of lift cycle to crane is ready for a


new lift

Configuration
Static hook load

Number of falls selected on the load indicator


3

[XX.x T]

Load in hook

Static hook load means the weight of the load in the hook. In case of varying weights (for instance when filling a water bag), the maximum weight of the
load shall be recorded

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Percent SWL

[%]

Max SWL during lift cycle in percent

Dynamic hook load

[XX.x T]

Max hook load recorded during lift cycle

Radius at max hook load

[XX.x m]

Max boom rope tension

[XXX.x kN]

Radius at max boom rope


tension

[XX.x m]

Slew angle start

[deg]

Slew angle at start of lift cycle

Slewing left

[deg]

Total slewing movement to the left

Slewing right

[deg]

Total slewing movement to the right

Boom angle start

[deg]

Boom angle at start of lift cycle

Boom angle inwards

[deg]

Change of boom angle inwards

Boom angle outwards

[deg]

Change of boom angle outwards

If crane is equipped with boom rope load cell

Table 3

Fatigue calculations and implementation of other analysis can be executed on another computer then
the one which is doing the recording. In that case data have to be copied from the recording system to
the other computer before the calculations can take place.
2.46.2.3 Activity recorder
The activity logger shall store values for all important signals entering the crane control unit, including
calculated variables in the control system containing important information. The main purpose with the
activity logger is the possibility to analyze special events such as engine failure or crane accidents. The
values thus shall be recorded fast enough to ensure that important events or conditions are captured.
Such conditions may for instance be overload situations, irregular high / low pressures in the hydraulic
system, use of override switches etc. The activity logger may consist in a separate unit or can be
embedded with the recording system.
The activity logger shall store data when the crane is in use4, and shall as a minimum, store
information for the last 24 hours5 of operation. When the logger is full, the oldest data shall be deleted
first such that the logger always keeps information of the last 24 hours of operation with the crane.
It shall be possible to export data out of the activity logger for a later graphic presentation with
dedicated software. If asked for by the Company, the software performing this presentation shall be
delivered with the recording system.
2.46.3

Tables

STRUCTURE:
Classes of utilization, hoisting appliances
Symbol
Total duration of use as number of hoisting cycles, nmax
U0
4
5

nmax

16000

In use means here as long as the main motor(s) are running or when there is load in the hook
Preferred time is 72 hours
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U1

16000 <

nmax

32000

U2

32000 <

nmax

63000

U3

63000 <

nmax

125000

U4

125000

<

nmax

250000

U5

250000

<

nmax

500000

U6

500000

<

nmax

1000000

U7

1.000.000

<

nmax

2.000.000

U8

2.000.000

<

nmax

4.000.000

U9

4.000.000

<

nmax

Table 4
Spectrum classes
Symbol Spectrum factor, kp
Q1
Q2
Q3
Q4
Table 5

kp
kp
kp
kp

0,125 <
0,250 <
0,500 <

Groups for hoisting appliances


LoadClass of utilization
spectrum
U0
U1
U2
class
A1
A1
A1
Q1
A1
A1
A2
Q2
A1
A2
A3
Q3
A2
A3
A4
Q4
Table 6

0,125
0,250
0,500
1,000

U3
A2
A3
A4
A5

U4
A3
A4
A5
A6

U5
A4
A5
A6
A7

U6
A5
A6
A7
A8

U7
A6
A7
A8
A8

U8
A7
A8
A8
A8

U9
A8
A8
A8
A8

MACHINERY:
Classes of utilization, machinery
Symbol
Total duration of use T (hours)
T0

200

T1

200

<

400

T2

400

<

800

T3

800

<

1600

T4

1600

<

3200

T5

3200

<

6300

T6

6300

<

12500

T7

12500 <

25000

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50000

0,125

km

km
km

0,250
0,500
1,000

T8

25000 <

T9

50000 <

Table 7

Spectrum classes
Symbol
Spectrum factor, km
L1
L2
L3
L4

km
0,125
0,250
0,500

<
<
<

Table 8

Mechanism groups
Class of utilization
Class of
load
T0
T1
T2
spectrum
M1
M1
M1
L1
M1
M1
M2
L2
M1
M2
M3
L3
M2
M3
M4
L4

T3

T4

T5

T6

T7

T8

T9

M2
M3
M4
M5

M3
M4
M5
M6

M4
M5
M6
M7

M5
M6
M7
M8

M6
M7
M8
M8

M7
M8
M8
M8

M8
M8
M8
M8

Table 9

Theoretical duration of use in hours depending on mechanism groups (ref. FEM 9.755 (06.93))
Mechanism
M1
M2
M3
M4
M5
M6
M7
M8
group
(1D
(1Cm) (1Bm) (1Am) (2m)
(3m)
(4m)
(5m)
m)
Load spectrum
Line
800
1600
3200
6300
12500 25000 50000 100000
1
L1
400
800
1600
3200
6300
12500 25000 50000
2
L2
200
400
800
1600
3200
6300
12500 25000
3
L3
100
200
400
800
1600
3200
6300
12500
4
L4
Table 10

2.47

Data sheet template

2.47.1

The purpose of the Data Sheet

The purpose of the Data Sheet is to ensure a complete and standardized communication of necessary
information during inquiry, bidding, ordering and delivery of offshore cranes.
The Data Sheet include information regarding:
Information from Statoil concerning the operational requirements, environment, restrictions and
functional / equipment specification that the Supplier needs to know in the design of the crane.

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Information from the Supplier to Statoil, describing the crane that the Supplier offers as a response
to the enquiry. This information shall be included in the Supplier bid and used by Statoil for
comparing bids.
Specification of the crane in the purchase order.
Communication of interface information from Statoil to Seller and from Supplier to Statoil.

Unless other is described, the following applies when filling out the tables:
Data Sheet items marked with an asterisk () shall be completed by the bidder
Data Sheet items left blank shall be completed by the company.
Alternatives are written in brackets.
2.47.2

Data Sheet

2.47.2.1 General Data:


Package description
Type of platform
Type of service
Expected number of lifts (ref. 2.47.2.3)
Projected life time in years
Type of prime mover
Personnel lift

Marine deck cranes / Offshore crane


(Fixed / Floating / FPSO)
(Sea lift / Drilling / Internal)

Diesel / Electric
Yes / No

2.47.2.2 Environmental conditions


Temperature, wind and climatic conditions:
Max. outside temperature, functional [C]:
Min. outside temperature, functional [C]:
Design temperature, Td, steel materials [C]:
Maximum relative humidity
Minimum relative humidity
Atmospheric conditions
Design wind mean [m/s]
Gust (3s) [m/s]
Snow and ice

Salty and corrosive

Area (Ex) classification:


Pedestal, inside
Engine room, inside
Cabin, inside
Crane house, outside
Boom, outside

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2.47.2.3 Crane design criteria


Main standards:
NS-EN 13852 General purpose offshore cranes.
FEM 1.001, 1998 3rd ed. Section 1 Heavy lifting appliances
Design constraints (the crane as a whole) acc. to FEM 1.001 3
Class of utilization
Load spectrum class
Crane group

rd

ed. 1998:

General recommended classification of the crane structure:


Expected operating time 20 years
Installations with drilling facilities: U6 / Q2 / A6
Installations without drilling facilities: U4 / Q2 / A4
Note: Each installation should decide the classification based on expected operating time and loads to
be lifted.
rd

Design constraints (machinery) acc. to FEM 1.001 3 ed. 1998:


Hoist
Boom
Class of utilization
Spectrum class
Mechanism group

Slew

General recommended classification of the machinery:


Expected operating time 20 years
Installations with drilling facilities: T8 / L2 / M8
Installations without drilling facilities: T5 / L2 / M5
Note: Each installation should decide the classification based on expected operating time and loading.
2.47.2.4 Dimensions and weights
Crane datum point = _________________
Installation:
Crane datum point height above sea level LAT (m)
Cabin:
Crane house total height (mm)
Crane house total width internal (mm)
Crane house total length (mm)
Operators cabin position versus boom
Above crane datum point (mm)
Forward of crane slewing axis (mm)

Left / Right

Boom
Complete boom overall length (mm)
Boom cross-section height (mm)
Boom cross-section width (mm)

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Boom pivot point above crane datum point (mm)


Boom pivot point forward of crane slewing axis (mm)

Weights
Boom complete (kg)
Single fall hook (kg)
2/3 fall hook /block (kg)
Total weight of crane above crane datum point (kg)

2.47.2.5 Performance data


Operational range
Mode of
operation
Single fall
Double fall
Triple fall

Required
Minimum (mm)

Offered
Minimum (mm)

Maximum (mm)

Maximum (mm)

Note: Stowed boom to be at ____ to ____

Lifting requirements and offered capacities:


Platform lift: ____ tons at ____ m radius
Sea Lift: ____ tons at ____ m radius, ____ m significant wave height
Single fall
SWL (t)

Platform

Platform lifting capacity


Double fall
Radius
SWL (t)
Radius
(m)
(m)

Tripple fall
SWL (t)

Radius (m)

Load charts:
All fields to be completed by Supplier
Single fall operation:

Radius
[mm]

Boom
angle
[deg]

Safe Working Load [kg]


Sea lifts. significant wave height [m]

Platform
lift
0.5

1,0

1.5

2,5

3,0

4,0

5,0

6,0

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Double fall operation / Main Block Operation:

Radius
[mm]

Boom
angle
[deg]

Safe Working Load [kg]


Sea lifts. significant wave height [m]

Platform
lift
0.5

1,0

1.5

2,0

2,5

3,0

3,5

4,0

3,5

4,0

3,5

4,0

Triple fall operation / Main Block Operation:

Radius
[mm]

Boom
angle
[deg]

Safe Working Load [kg]


Sea lifts. significant wave height [m]

Platform
lift
0.5

1,0

1.5

2,0

2,5

3,0

Personnel lift operation (if applicable):

Radius
[mm]

Boom
angle
[deg]

Safe Working Load [kg]


Sea lifts. significant wave height [m]

Platform
lift
0.5

1,0

1.5

2,0

2,5

3,0

Validity area: Statoil ASA/All locations/Upstream/Offshore


Classification: Open

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Hoisting velocities:
All fields not filled in to be completed by Supplier
Hook
load
[tons]

Configuration
Single fall
Max. speed
[m/min]

Double fall / Main block


Max. speed
[m/min]

Triple fall / Main block


Max. speed
[m/min]

Luffing velocities:
Hook
load
[tons]
8
8
5
5

From boom angle

To boom angle

Average speed

Minimum
Maximum
45
Maximum

Maximum
Minimum
Maximum
45

1 /sec.
1 /sec.
____ /sec.
____ /sec.

Slewing speed
Minimum slewing speed with max. load, wind, heel and trim shall be 1.0 r.p.m.
2.47.2.6 Materials
Primary structure
Secondary structure
Bolt and nuts
Bolts, nuts and washers larger than d=10 mm
Bolts, nuts and washers less than d =10 mm

(Hot dipped galvanized)


(ASTM A193, AISI 316)

Hydraulic system
Hydraulic tubes outdoor.:
Hydraulic tubes indoor:
Hydraulic fittings outdoor
Hydraulic fittings indoor

(SS 316 L)
(SS 316 L)
(SS 316 L)
(SS 316 L)

2.47.2.7 Foundation loads


Worst case foundation loads:
Overturning moment [kNm]
Slewing moment [kNm]
Vertical force [N]
Horizontal force [N]

Validity area: Statoil ASA/All locations/Upstream/Offshore


Classification: Open

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2.47.2.8 System interface


Power consumption:

Prime mover(s) (kW):


Utility power (kW):
UPS (kW):
Emergency operation power pack (kW):

External connections:
Application

Required Voltage
protection

Main drive supply


Normal service supply
No break
Telecom.
Fire & gas
Earth connection
PA-system
Non-IS and IS-earth

No. of
rings/cores
used

No. of
rings/cores
spare

Current
capacity per
ring/core

Utilities connections:
Application
Oil and oily water drain
Hydraulic oil
Compressed Air
Fresh water

Dimension

Termination type

Oil and oily water drain from crane to be terminated to existing open drain, approx. 2 m down of
pedestal flange.
Hydraulic oil, compressed air and fresh water shall be terminated approx. at the same level as pedestal
flange.
2.47.2.9 Mechanical equipment detail data
All fields shall be completed by supplier.
Hooks:
1 fall:
2/3 fall:

C-hook with swivel, SWL ____ tons


Rams horn with swivel, SWL ____ tons.

Safety latches shall be locked by bolts.


Wire ropes:
Description
Type
Construction

Hoisting

Luffing

Validity area: Statoil ASA/All locations/Upstream/Offshore


Classification: Open

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Diameter [mm]
Strength [N/mm2]
Min. breaking load [kN]
Surface treatment
Length [m]
Drum end termination
End termination

Wire rope sheaves:


Design
Material
Diameter [mm]
Grove radius [mm]
Bearing
Lubrication

Slew bearing and slew ring:


Manufacturer
Design
Roller circle diameter [mm]
Weight [kg]
Gear race

(internal/external)

Note: Safety retaining ring to be included


Prime mover:
Electric motor data
Manufacturer
Type designation
Power
Diesel motor data
Engine type description
Type designation
Manufacturer
Execution
Number of cylinders
Turbocharger (yes/no)
After cooler (yes/no)
RPM idle / full power
Power [kW]
Starting system
Starting system capacity (no. of start
trials)
Cooling system
Over speed shutdown system
Exhaust cooler
Fuel supply
Fuel tank capacity
Fuel tank location
Type of level indicator

Validity area: Statoil ASA/All locations/Upstream/Offshore


Classification: Open

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Steel material in tank


Retention time in tank
Fuel filter type

Splitter gear:
Manufacturer
Input shaft [RPM]
Output shafts [RPM]
Lubrication system
Lube oil cooling system / type

Coupling between motor and gearbox:


Manufacturer
Type / size
Rated input (kW/RPM)
Max. Permissible input (kW/RPM)

Winches:
Drum design
No. of layers
Drum diameter
Spooling device
Winch gear box type
Gear ratio
Primary brakes
Design
No. of brakes
Location
Secondary brakes
Design
No. of brakes
Location

Slewing machinery:
Manufacturer
No. of slewing gears
Gear box design
Gear box ratio

2.47.2.10

Hydraulic system

All fields shall be completed by supplier.


System pressure / temperature:
Subsystem
Hoisting system [bar]

Max. system pressure

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Luffing system [bar]


Slewing system [bar]
Control system [bar]
Maximum operating oil temp. [C]

Main components:
System

Unit type

Hoisting

Main pump(s)
Motor(s)

Luffing

Main pump(s)
Motor(s)
Main pump(s)
Motor(s)
Brake pump(s)
Accumulators

Slewing
Common

Boom
backstop

Qty.

Manufacturer

Replacement
interval

Cylinder

Hydraulic oil tank


Design
Material
Location
Oil volume [l]
Electric heater

SS316 L

Cooling systems
System

Cooler type

Cooling
medium

Fan motor type

Circulation
pump (yes/no)

Hydraulic oil
Splitter gear lube
oil

2.47.2.11

Electrical /instrument equipment detail data

Electrical equipment general:


All electrical equipment and main components such as distribution boards/MCC, electrical motors,
heaters, socket outlets (Ex), control panels, junction boxes, slip rings etc. to be listed with type and
data/rating.
All fields not filled in to be completed by Supplier
Lighting:
General illumination on the crane
Manufacturer / Type
Number:

Validity area: Statoil ASA/All locations/Upstream/Offshore


Classification: Open

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Location
Illumination of load
Manufacturer / Type
Mounting
Number
Location
Light distribution
Illumination of deck
Manufacturer / Type
Mounting
Number
Location
Light distribution
Illumination of boom head
Manufacturer / Type
Mounting
Number
Location
Illumination of escape routes
Manufacturer / Type
Mounting
Number
Location
Aircraft warning lights
Manufacturer / Type
Number
Location

Load indicator system / recording system:


Manufacturer
Design
Sensors
Display type
Crane recorder
Data available for fatique calculations
Activity recorder / sample interval
Online operating time calculation
Presentation software for activity recorder

2.47.2.12

Yes
Yes /
Yes / No

Fire and gas

All fields not filled in to be completed by Supplier


Fire and gas sensors:
Sensor type

Sensors

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No. of
sensors

Location

Gas

Supplier

Brand

HVAC intake cabin


HVAC intake motor room

(2 in each
intake)
Smoke/Heat
Smoke
Manual
PA-system

Fire & gas alarm panel


Detectors wired to local or central system
Panel supplied from central or local system
Signal from local to central system / (no. of cores)
Arrangement for shutting down crane in case of gas
Recommended type of fire extinguishers.
(platform standard)

2.47.2.13

Telecommunications

All fields not filled in to be completed by Supplier


Telecommunication equipment:
Equipment

Location

Space
Provided by /
allocated brand

Installed by

Telephone
Camera(s)
PA speaker
VHF radio
UHF radio
FM radio/CD player

2.47.2.14

Service hoists

Means for lifting to be provided:


Equipment to be lifted
Wire sheaves in crane top 1)
Wire sheaves in crane boom 1)
Prime mover
Splitter gear
Hydraulic pumps
Hydraulic motors
Complete winch with gear box
Winch gear box and drum
Slip ring
Windows in operators cabin

Means provided

Validity area: Statoil ASA/All locations/Upstream/Offshore


Classification: Open

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Equipment to be lifted

Means provided

1) To be in lightweight material (Al) and portable. Preferable stored in the machinery room.
2.47.2.15

Maintenance information

Supplier should fill in information about component replacements or preventive maintenance that
require special skill, i.e. support from supplier or other specialist.
Component

2.47.2.16

Maint./repl.
interval

Estimated cost

Noise data

Sound pressure levels, dBA :


Location
In machinery house
Platform outside machinery house
Cabin

Idling

Worst case
85/90
80
60

Note: Idling is defined as prime mover at maximum RPM but no crane motions. Worst case is defined
as prime mover at maximum RPM and all crane movements at full speed and load
2.47.2.17
Questionnaire regarding technical requirements for manufacturing and installing
offshore cranes
1. Describe your standard solutions for over load productions systems (MOPS / AOPS)
2. Declare standards normally used for your cranes
3. Describe your standard solutions to fulfill the specific requirements for ergonomic features related
to the control cabin
4. Describe your production, assembly and final testing (in-house or subcontracted).
5. Describe your capacity and competence for installing the cranes offshore

Validity area: Statoil ASA/All locations/Upstream/Offshore


Classification: Open

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Definitions

See chapter 3 in NS-EN 13852-1.

References

"Preparation and administration of governing documents " (WR0001), (Statoil group/ All locations/
On- and Offshore).
"Non-conformities and dispensations" (WR0011) (Statoil group /All locations/On-and offshore)
NS-EN 13852-1 Offshore cranes Part 1: General purpose offshore cranes
IEC61508 Functional safety of electrical/electronic/programmable electronic safety related systems
NORSOK R-001 Mechanical Equipment (ST086)
NORSOK S-001 Technical safety (ST-089)
NORSOK S-002 Working environment (ST-090)
NORSOK R-CR-002 Lifting equipment (ST024)
NORSOK Z-007 Mechanical Completion and Commissioning (ST-037)
NORSOK M-DP-001 Material selection
NORSOK M-CR-101 Structural steel fabrication
NORSOK M-CR-120 Material data sheet for structural steel
ISO 4413 Hydraulic fluid power General rules relating to systems
NORSOK E-001 Electrical systems (ST-003)
NORSOK E-002 Adjustable speed drive system (ST-004)
NORSOK Z-010 Electrical, instrumentation and telecommunication installation (ST-039)

Validity area: Statoil ASA/All locations/Upstream/Offshore


Classification: Open

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