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Extent of Delivery

K98ME7 K98MEC7 S90MEC8/9 K90ME9 K90MEC9 G80MEC9 S80MEC8/9 K80MEC9 S70MEC8 S70MEC8GI L70MEC8 S65MEC8 S65MEC8GI S60MEC8 S60MEC8GI L60MEC8 S50MEC8 IMO Tier II Engines, Versions .2 and .1
Engine type Project number Yard newbuilding No. Type and size of vessel Delivery time(s) Place of delivery Owner Consultant/broker

Buyer:
Name Address Contact person Telephone No. Telefax No. Email

Seller:

All data provided in this document is non-binding. This data serves informational purposes only and is especially not guaranteed in any way. Depending on the subsequent specific individual projects, the relevant data may be subject to changes and will be assessed and determined individually for each project. This will depend on the particular characteristics of each individual project, especially specific site and operational conditions. If this document is delivered in another language than English and doubts arise concerning the translation, the English text shall prevail. MAN Diesel & Turbo
Teglholmsgade 41 DK2450 Copenhagen SV Denmark Telephone: +45 33 85 11 00 Telefax: +45 33 85 10 30 mandieselcph@mandiesel.com www.mandieselturbo.com Copyright 2011 MAN Diesel & Turbo, branch of MAN Diesel & Turbo SE, Germany, registered with the Danish Commerce and Companies Agency under CVR Nr.: 31611792, (herein referred to as MAN Diesel & Turbo). This document is the product and property of MAN Diesel & Turbo and is protected by applicable copyright laws. Subject to modification in the interest of technical progress. Reproduction permitted provided source is given. 2010000700ppr Jul 2011

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Contents
4 xx xxx Groups 0019 4 00 xxx 4 02 xxx 4 03 xxx 4 06 xxx 4 07 xxx 4 09 xxx 4 11 xxx 4 12 xxx 4 14 xxx 4 17 xxx 3079 4 30 xxx 4 31 xxx 4 35 xxx 4 40 xxx 4 41 xxx 4 42 xxx 4 43 xxx 4 45 xxx 4 46 xxx 4 50 xxx 4 54 xxx 4 55 xxx 4 59 xxx 4 60 xxx 4 65 xxx 4 70 xxx 4 75 xxx 4 78 xxx Index

MAN Diesel & Turbo

General information General information Rating Direction of rotation Rules and regulations Calculation of torsional and axial vibrations Documentation Voltage on board for electrical consumers Dismantling, packing and shipping of engine Testing of diesel engine Supervisors and advisory work Diesel engine Diesel engine Torsional and axial vibrations Fuel oil piping Lubricating and control oil system Camshaft lubricating oil piping Cylinder lubricating oil piping Piston rod stuffing box drain piping Low temperature cooling water piping Jacket cooling water piping Starting air and control air piping Scavenge air cooler Scavenge air piping Turbocharger Exhaust gas piping Engine control system Local instrumentation Monitoring, safety, alarm and remote indication Electrical wiring on engine

8089 4 80 xxx 4 81 xxx 4 82 xxx 4 83 xxx 4 85 xxx 4 87 xxx 4 88 xxx 95 4 95 xxx

Miscellaneous Miscellaneous Painting Engine seating Galleries Power Take Off Spare parts Tools Remote control Bridge control system

4 xx 0xx 4 xx 1xx to 4 xx 5xx 4 xx to 4 xx 4 xx to 4 xx 4 xx to 4 xx 6xx

Numbering system Information Mounted on the engine

Delivered separately 9xx x00 Item x89 x90 x99 Nonstandardised options can be added using: 4 xx 190 to 199 for items mounted on the engine 4 xx 690 to 699 for items delivered separately xx being the respective system group figure

Example: 4 35 1 10 Steam tracing in copper pipes Item mounted on the diesel engine Fuel oil piping Info No. Group: Extent of Delivery

Denition of engine design: Starboard design engine Clockwise rotation Aft (Drive end) Manoeuvring side Cyl. 2 Cyl. 1 Port side Fore (Free end)

Turning wheel

Exhaust side

Starboard

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Introduction

General Information

This Extent of Delivery (EoD) is provided to facilitate negotiations between the yard, the engine maker and the customer in specifying the scope of supply for a specific project. It describes MAN Diesel & Turbos recommended basic and optional executions and indicates our Copenhagen Standard Extent of Delivery as explained below. The final and binding extent of delivery of MAN B&W two-stroke engines is to be supplied by our licensee, the engine maker, who should be contacted in order to determine the execution for the actual project. Please note that licencees may select a different extent of delivery as their standard.

Guidance on the use of the Extent of Delivery lists:


Basic The items marked with an constitute the basis for a first quotation, a so-called Extent of Delivery for MAN Diesel & Turbo, Copenhagen, Denmark, and indicate a mostly required scope of supply according to our experience. Column defines the simplest engine, designed for attended machinery spaces (AMS), without taking into consideration any specific requirements from the classification society, the yard, the owner or any specific regulations.

Option Column lists the different alternatives available in order to fulfil the requirements/functions for a specific project.

How to fillin the boxes:


= Included in Extent of Delivery = Not included in Extent of Delivery = Not ordered, to be decided later on (add latest date for order under remarks) = Normal version of generator = Items delivered separately = Included and delivered separately = Alternative items are connected with a vertical line.

4 00 000 4 00 001 4 00 002 4 00 003 4 00 005 4 00 008 4 00 009 4 00 011

Basic for all engines Option

Remarks

General information
Contractual speed of vessel: knots, kW and r/min at Single propeller plant Twin propeller plant Plant with Fixed Pitch Propeller (FPP) Plant with Controllable Pitch Propeller (CPP) with variable and/or constant speed Direct coupled engine With reduction gear:

For engine types 70 and smaller

All quantities are stated per vessel

98 - 90 - 80 - 70 - 65 - 60 - 50 ME/ME-C.2/.1/-GI-TII

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General Information

MAN Diesel & Turbo

Basic for all engines Option 4 02 000

Remarks

Rating
The outputs are based on: 1,000 mbar ambient air pressure max. 45 C ambient air temperature max. 32 C sea cooling water temp. (or central cooling 36 C freshwater temp.) 60% relative humidity Nominal maximum continuous rating (MCR L1) kW on flywheel at r/min of engine Specified maximum continuous rating kW on flywheel at r/min of engine including kW for propulsion and kW for PTO Load point % for SFOC guarantee (75100% load) Auxiliary machinery and main engine shaftline to be dimensioned for an engine output of: kW on flywheel at r/min of engine Highload optimisation Partload optimisation Lowload optimisation

4 02 001

Identical with 4 02 002 for

4 02 002

4 02 010

The specific fuel oil consumption is guaran teed at this load point only

4 02 042 4 02 043 4 02 044 4 03 000 4 03 001 4 03 002 4 03 003

SMCR to be specified in 4 02 002. Mode 4 65 301 is included Requires one of: 4 59 161 / 4 59 162 / 4 60 113 / 4 65 302 plus 4 59 104 Requires one of: 4 59 161 / 4 59 162 / 4 60 113 / 4 65 302 plus 4 59 104

Direction of rotation for ahead, seen from aft


Engine, clockwise Engine, anticlockwise Twin screws: starboard engine rotating: port engine rotating: For fixed pitch propeller or controllable pitch propeller For controllable pitch propeller

4 06 000 4 06 003 4 06 005 4 06 022 4 06 024 4 06 050 4 06 060 4 06 060a 4 06 060b 4 06 060f 4 06 060g 4 06 060h 4 06 065 4 06 066

Rules and regulations


Flag country: Classification society: Complete notation: General service Ice class notation: Other regulations: Economy mode, to comply with IMO NOx emission limitations Engine test cycle E3, marine engine, propeller law Engine test cycle E2, marine engine, constant speed Issue of IMO EIAPP Certificate for: Individual Engine Parent Engine(s), (Group) Member Engine(s) to existing parent engine: To comply with other emission limit : Dual fuel economy operating mode Required for IMO NOx certification The design complies with the rules of the members of IACS No special requirements

4 65 301 is included

All quantities are stated per vessel

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General Information

Basic for all engines Option 4 06 070 4 06 070a 4 06 070b 4 06 070e 4 06 070f 4 06 070j 4 06 070k 4 06 070p 4 06 070q 4 06 070r 4 06 075 4 06 079 4 06 082 4 06 083 4 07 000 4 07 001 4 07 002 4 07 005 4 07 006 4 07 009 The noise level of the main propelling machinery to comply with the IMO limits To be verified at shop trial To be verified at sea trial To be measured at 100% specified MCR To be measured at: kW r/min Measuring point according to CIMAC Measuring points to be specified: Measuring quantity and limit: Sound pressure (Lp) limit: dB(A) or ISO Noise Rating curve: Sound intensity (Li) limit: dB(A) Sound power (Lw) limit: dB(A) The noise level of the main propelling machinery to comply with SBG The noise level of the main propelling machinery to comply with other specification, to be specified: IMO emission regulations, Tier II compliance IMO emission regulations, Tier III compliance

Remarks

Keel laying from 20110101 Keel laying from 20160101

Calculation of torsional and axial vibrations


Standard calculation of torsional vibrations for direct coupled engine Calculation of axial vibrations, only if required by classification society or Buyer Special calculations required: To be carried out by: Special measurements required: To be performed by: Governor stability calculation Necessary information from yard to be received before: . Measurements of torsional vibrations are not included

4 07 015 4 07 016

Barred speed range acceptable to Buyer (FPP) Without barred speed range

Required for plants with one or more of below criteria: PTO output higher than 15% MCR 1st node torsinal vibration frequency lower than 5 Hz in the propeller shaft line coupling for disconnection of the propeller. Based on the evaluation additional governor features may be required (4 65 237) Speed limitations, if any, to be specified: Depends on torsional vibration calculations Alternatively, use 4 65 236 for plants with CPP

All quantities are stated per vessel

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General Information

MAN Diesel & Turbo

Basic for all engines Option 4 09 000 4 09 501 4 09 502 4 09 503 4 09 600 4 09 602 4 09 603 4 09 610 4 09 611 4 09 612 4 09 616 4 09 617 4 09 620 4 09 630 4 09 658 4 09 660 4 09 670 4 09 680 4 09 681

Remarks

Documentation
Nameplates on engine in English Nameplates on engine, language: Other nameplates: Final certificate for engine from classification society 4 sets of General Documentation for engine room systems 4 sets of Specific Plant Documentation for main engine installation 3 sets of instruction books in English extra sets of instruction books in English extra sets of instruction books language: Instruction book(s) on CDROM: Maintenance Instruction book(s) on CDROM: Spare parts Video instructions Training course of 5 days for marine engineers CoCos EDS, ME Basic CoCoS EDS online Engine Diagnostics System Comments and remarks on engine room installation drawings and diagrams Shaft alignment calculations for direct coupled single screw propulsion plant Shaft alignment calculations for other concept:

Volume A Volume B

See list of videos available Software interface to MCECS and PMI only Requires: 4 75 129 Sensors Software only To be sent to Seller within one month after signing of Technical Specification

4 11 000 4 11 011 4 11 012 4 11 013 4 11 015 4 11 016 4 11 021 4 11 022 4 11 023 4 11 024 4 11 025 4 11 026 4 11 030 4 11 040

Voltage on board for electrical consumers


3 x 440 Volts AC, 60 Hz 3 x 400 Volts AC, 50 Hz 3 x 380 Volts AC, 50 Hz 3 x 208 Volts AC, 60 Hz 3 x 690 Volts AC, 60 Hz 1 x 220 Volts AC, 60 Hz 1 x 230 Volts AC, 60 Hz 1 x 220 Volts AC, 50 Hz 1 x 230 Volts AC, 50 Hz 1 x 120 Volts AC, 60 Hz 1 x 100 Volts AC, 60 Hz 24 Volts DC 20%, max. ripple 5% RMS Other voltage: Volts AC Hz,

phase

All quantities are stated per vessel

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General Information

Basic for all engines Option 4 12 000

Remarks Dispatch pattern to be informed at least 8 months before production start of engine The necessary sealing and packing materials are included for reassembling

Dismantling, packing and shipping of engine


Shipping of engine Name of place of destination: Restrictions at the place of destination: Max. draught of carrying vessel: Max. height of carrying vessel: Sketch of harbour and berth quay, max. length and width of carrying vessel: Crane outline and lifting capacity: Schedule of tide, ice, if any: Other access or unloading restrictions:

Masses and dimensions of the heaviest components are stated in the relevant project guide

4 12 020

4 12 021

4 12 022

4 12 023

4 12 024

4 12 029 4 12 030

Dispatch pattern A: Shortdistance transportation and shortterm storage (Maximum 8 weeks from delivery ex. works to installation. Transport distance maximum 1,000 km) Dispatch pattern A1: Engine complete, i.e. not disassembled, without spare parts and tools Mass of heaviest item: tons Dispatch pattern A2: Engine disassembled in two sections Mass of heaviest item: tons Dispatch pattern A3: Engine disassembled in three sections Mass of heaviest item: tons Dispatch pattern A4: Engine completely disassembled Mass of heaviest item: tons Other dispatch pattern A: Dispatch pattern B: Overseas or longdistance transportation, or longterm storage Longterm preservation max. 6 months, and seaworthy packing Dispatch pattern B1: Engine complete, i.e. not disassembled, without spare parts and tools Mass of heaviest item: tons Dispatch pattern B2: Engine disassembled in two sections Mass of heaviest item: tons Dispatch pattern B3: Engine disassembled in three sections Mass of heaviest item: tons Dispatch pattern B4: Engine completely disassembled Mass of heaviest item: tons Other dispatch pattern B:

As specified in dispatch pattern documentation

For storage requirement, separate specification is available on request

4 12 031

4 12 032

4 12 033

4 12 034

As specified in dispatch pattern documentation

4 12 039

All quantities are stated per vessel

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General Information

MAN Diesel & Turbo

Basic for all engines Option 4 12 110 Lifting tools and lifting instructions for engine complete, for installation purposes (hardware), exclusive of lifting wire ropes Lifting tools and lifting instructions for disassembled engine (hardware), exclusive of lifting wire ropes Lifting tools to be returned to engine Builder on Buyers account just after the installation of the engine Lifting tools not to be returned Drying machine to be provided for transportation/stor age period, to be returned to Seller on Buyers account Containers, if used, to be returned on Buyers account

Remarks For dispatch pattern A1 and B1

4 12 111 4 12 120 4 12 121 4 12 601 4 12 611 4 14 000 4 14 001

Required for dispatch pattern B1 and for some special dispatch patterns

Testing of diesel engine with water brake


Shop test on Marine Diesel Oil to be carried out according to class requirements, according to the Fixed Pitch Propeller curve Test running. Special requirements: Extended test running for additional requirements Shop test on gas to be carried out according to class requirements, according to the fixed pitch propeller curve Buyer will participate. Notice to be given to Buyer 14 days before testing Inspection after shop trial of components from one cylinder unit only Additional inspection after shop trial: Max. power available is 110% of specified MCRrating 4 02 002

4 14 002 4 14 004 4 14 005 4 14 010 4 14 020 4 14 021 4 17 800

To be specified: For GI engines only According to MAN Diesel & Turbo standard

Supervisors and advisory work


The supervision stated will comprise normal working days of 8 hours A notice from Buyer of minimum one week is required before attendance of supervisors An extra charge will be made for travelling time, waiting time, overtime, weekends and local holidays 5 round trips included Details to be agreed upon

4 17 801 4 17 802 4 17 805 4 17 810 4 17 811 4 17 812 4 17 813 4 17 814 4 17 815 or 4 17 817 4 17 818 4 17 829

Travelling and living expenses to be paid by Seller Travelling and living expenses to be paid by: Supervision by MAN Diesel & Turbo during engine production Supervision during erection/assembling at yard For 4 to 8cylinder engines: Dispatch pattern A1 or B1: 1 man for 10 working days Dispatch pattern A2 or B2: 1 man for 15 working days Dispatch pattern A3 or B3: 1 man for 20 working days Dispatch pattern A4 or B4: 1 man for 30 working days Special dispatch pattern: 1 man for 40 working days For 9 to 14cylinder engines Dispatch pattern A4 or B4: 1 man for 40 working days Special dispatch pattern: 1 man for 50 working days Additional assistance:

All quantities are stated per vessel

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General Information

Basic for all engines Option 4 17 830 4 17 831 4 17 832 Quay trial Special quay trial Normal quay trial Supervision for quay trial: Expected date of quay trial:

Remarks

To be specified and agreed upon

4 17 835

4 17 837 4 17 838 4 17 839 4 17 840

2 men for 3 working days per engine before quay trial 2 men for 2 working days per engine at quay trial 1 man for 4 working days for Engine Control System 1 man for 5 days for shaft generator or PTO, before and during quay trial 1 man for 2 days for bridge manoeuvring system, before and during quay trial Additional supervision of main engine: Supervision at sea trial: Expected date of sea trial:

Selected remote control system maker to be stated 8 months before start of engine produc tion Quality Control sheets for engine assem bling and alignment to be received by Seller at least one week before quay trial

For CoCoS, PMI, etc.

4 17 841 4 17 842 4 17 844 4 17 845 4 17 846 4 17 847 4 17 848 4 17 849 4 17 850 4 17 851 4 17 860

4 men for 3 days during sea trial for main engine and Engine Control System Survey during sea trial on behalf of flag country for IMO NOx certification Extended supervision of main engine: Inspection after sea trial of components from one cylinder unit only, if required by class Additional inspection after sea trial: 1 man for 3 days for shaft generator or PTO 1 man for 3 days for bridge manoeuvring system 1 man for 2 days for inspection after sea trial Supervision during guarantee period Guarantee engineer in guarantee period days Travelling and living expenses to be paid by: Seller has the right to inspect the engine at the yard during storage and erection, to participate in the quay and sea trials, and to send a representative on board during the guarantee period in order to get engine performance data and carry out vibration measurements during the sea trial. Seller will not charge any fee, and will pay travelling expenses

A notice from Buyer of minimum one week is required before attendance of supervisors Documentation on remote controls and shut down system to be received by Seller for pe rusal at least one month before quay trial

All quantities are stated per vessel

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Diesel Engine

MAN Diesel & Turbo

Basic for all engines Option 4 30 100 4 30 101 4 30 104 4 30 109 4 30 120 4 30 121 4 30 125 4 30 126 4 30 127 4 30 130 4 30 132 4 30 161 4 30 200 4 30 201 4 30 202 4 30 203 4 30 211 4 30 212 4 30 602

Remarks

Diesel engine, type:


Reversible engine Nonreversible engine Engine with reversing procedure in an emergency Starboard design engine: With exhaust pipes on starboard side Port design engine: Engine located port side Engine located in centre Engine located starboard side Stay bolts in one part Stay bolts in two parts With exhaust valves of Nimonic External engine connections Without counterflanges in connecting end of pipes With blank counterflanges, gaskets and bolts in connecting end of pipes With drilled counterflanges, gaskets and bolts External flange connections according to DIN and ISO standards External flange connections according to other standards: With coupling bolts (oversize) and nuts for crank shaft, intermediate shaft or propeller shaft For FPP For CPP Additional for CPP

4 31 100

Vibrations and balancing

Tuning wheel and/or torsional vibration damper or QPT, if necessary, are to be ordered addi tional cost, based on the final torsional vibration calculations

4 31 101 4 31 105

Torsional vibrations Tuning wheel Torsional vibration damper Axial vibrations Axial vibration damper Mechanical measuring device for condition check of axial vibration damper Axial vibration monitor with indication for condition check of axial vibration damper Axial vibration monitor with indication for condition check of axial vibration damper with terminals for alarm and slow down with separate control unit

All shaft and propeller data are to be forwarded by Buyer to Seller within four weeks from order Required for engines with 11 or 12 cylinders

4 31 111 4 31 115 4 31 116 or 4 31 117

For engines without PTO or DMG on fore end Required for engines with PTO or DMG on fore end Required for: 11 + 14 cylinder KME6, KMEC7, for 5 + 6 cylinder SMEC8/GI, LMEC8 Data for 4cylinder is available on request Data for K90ME9, K/S/GMEC9 is available on request

All quantities are stated per vessel

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Basic for all engines Option 4 31 150 4 31 151 4 31 200 4 31 201 4 31 203 4 31 211 4 31 212 4 31 213 4 31 253 4 31 255 Balancing 1st order moment balancer and compensators 1st order moment balancer comprising adjustable counterweights on fore and aft ends of crankshaft 2nd order moment compensators Without 2nd order moment compensator on aft end With 2nd order moment compensator on aft end Not prepared for 2nd order moment compensator on fore end Prepared for 2nd order moment compensator on fore end (machined surfaces) With 2nd order moment compensator on fore end Electric balancer for compensation of 2nd order moment Make: Gertsen & Olufsen A/S, or similar Electric balancer, RotComp, for compensation of 2nd order moment, separately mounted Make: MAN Diesel & Turbo, or similar Balancing of other forces or moments Electric balancer for compensation of engine forces or moments Make: Gertsen & Olufsen A/S, or similar To compensate:

Remarks

On 4cylinder engines only Options for 1st order moment compensators and preparation are available on request

On 5 and 6cylinder engines only Data for 4cylinder is available on request Not applicable for type 50 Not applicable for type 50 Not applicable for type 50

Basic and for type 50 and engines with elec tric driven HPS only

4 31 600 4 31 601

4 35 100 4 35 101

Fuel oil piping on engine


Specified heavy fuel oil: IF Max. RMH 55, 700 cSt at 50 C (7,000 sec. Redwood I/100 F) Fuel injection equipment designed for up to 20% water in fuel emulsion Drain box with level alarm for fuel oil leakage Fuel oil leakage detection with automatic stop of fuel injection, per cylinder Steam tracing in copper pipes for heating of fuel oil pipes Electrical trace heating of fuel oil pipes Thermal oil tracing in steel pipes for heating of fuel oil pipes Fuel oil pipes without insulation Insulated fuel oil pipes and main drain pipes 1 fuel oil supply unit Make: MAN Diesel & Turbo/C.C. Jensen or similar Type: 1 fuel oil supply unit with homogenizer designed for up to 20% water in fuel emulsion 1 fuel oil supply unit of special design:

4 35 103 4 35 105 4 35 107 4 35 110 4 35 111 4 35 112 4 35 120 4 35 121 4 35 610

4 35 615 4 35 620

See 4 35 103

All quantities are stated per vessel

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Diesel Engine

MAN Diesel & Turbo

Basic for all engines Option 4 40 100 4 40 101a 4 40 101b 4 40 102 4 40 107 4 40 108 4 40 117 4 40 118 4 40 140 4 40 160 4 40 161 4 40 167

Remarks

Lubricating and control oil system


Oil pan with vertical outlets Lubricating oil outlets with gasket of oil and temperature resistent rubber (3 layers) Oil pan with horizontal outlet at both ends Unilubricating oil system for bearings, piston cooling, turbocharger(s), control oil and Hydraulic Power Supply Unilubricating oil system for bearings, piston cooling turbocharger(s). Separate control oil system. Autofilter located on engine side Autofilter located on hull side Separate inlet/outlet flanges on engine for turbocharger lubricating oil system Hydraulic Power Supply, mounted on engine, mechanically driven Hydraulic Power Supply, mounted on engine, electrically driven Hydraulic Power Supply, mounted on engine, mechanically driven. Combined hydraulic power supply with electric driven startup/backup pumps. Capacity of startup/backup capable of 15% engine power Hydraulic Power Supply, separately mounted, electrically driven Hydraulic startup pumps. Make: Bosch Rexroth Hydraulic startup pumps. Make: Parker Hannifin Hydraulic main pumps. Make: Bosch Rexroth Hydraulic main pumps. Make: Eaton Hydrokraft 1 turbocharger lubricating oil unit (See fig. 8.05.01 in the Project Guide) To be confirmed by Seller

Basic for 98, 90, 80, 70, 65 and 60 types only, an option for S50MEC Basic for 98, 90, 80, 70, 65 and 60 types only, an option for S50MEC Basic for S50MEC only, an option for 98, 90, 80, 70, 65 and 60 types

4 40 660 4 40 668a 4 40 668c 4 40 669a 4 40 669b 4 40 670 4 42 100 4 42 104

For mechanically driven Hydraulic Power Supplies 4 40 160 and 4 40 167 For Hydraulic Power Supplies 4 40 160, 4 40 161, 4 40 167 and 4 40 660 Only if 4 40 140 is ordered

Cylinder lubricators
MAN B&W Alpha Lubricator, with Alpha Adaptive Cylinderoil Control (Alpha ACC)

4 45 100 4 45 102 4 45 110 4 45 111 4 45 130 4 45 131 4 45 132 4 45 133 4 46 100

Low temperature cooling water piping


on engine for scavenge air cooler Engine without low temperature cooling water pipes Cooling with seawater Central cooling with freshwater and pipes of steel Seawater pipes of galvanised steel Seawater pipes of galvanised steel, thick walled Seawater pipes of aluminium brass Seawater pipes of CuNi

36 C freshwater temperature

Jacket cooling water piping on engine


for freshwater cooling of cylinders

4 50 100 4 50 141 4 50 166

Starting air and control air piping on engine


Slow turning before starting 1 double pressure reduction station for control air, mounted on engine Incorporated in Engine Control System

All quantities are stated per vessel

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Diesel Engine

Basic for all engines Option 4 54 100 4 54 121 4 54 122 4 54 130 4 54 132 4 54 150 4 54 151 4 55 100 4 55 118 4 55 140 4 55 142 4 55 143 4 55 150 4 55 151 4 55 155 4 55 652 4 55 653 4 55 665

Remarks

Scavenge air cooler on engine


Scavenge air cooler prepared for Waste Heat Recovery element Scavenge air cooler including Waste Heat Recovery element Designed for 2.0 2.5 bar working pressure of cooling water Designed for 4.5 bar working pressure of cooling water system Scavenge air cooler with coated cast iron covers Scavenge air cooler with bronze covers Space requirements to be observed for sidemounted generators on 70types and 60types with sidemounted turbochargers

Recommended for central cooling: 4 45 111

Scavenge air piping on engine


Scavenge air bypass/blowoff valve, for running with ambient air intake temperature below 10 C Steam fire extinguishing for scavenge air spaces Water mist fire extinguishing for scavenge air spaces CO2 fire extinguishing for scavenge air spaces (excluding bottles) Auxiliary blowers with electric motors (min. IP44, insulation min. class B) Auxiliary blowers with electric motors (min. , insulation min. class ) Heater for motors on auxiliary blowers Control of auxiliary blowers Starter panels with starter for auxiliary blowers, incl. cabinets for starters 1 air cooler cleaning unit Make: C.C. Jensen or similar Type: See 4 60 118

Incorporated in Engine Control System

4 59 100 4 59 101 4 59 161 4 59 102 4 59 162 4 59 103 4 59 104 4 59 108 4 59 113 4 59 121 4 59 122 4 59 123 4 59 145

Turbocharger(s) on engine
MAN turbocharger(s), type: VTA (Variable Turbine Area ) ABB turbocharger(s), type: VTG (Variable Turbine Geometry) Mitsubishi turbocharger(s), type: High efficiency turbocharger(s) Special matching of turbocharger system, if increased exhaust gas temperature is required Engine with turbochargers (other number than standard design) Turbocharger located on aft end of engine Turbocharger(s) located on exhaust side of engine Turbocharger(s) located on exhaust side of engine Turbocharger fitted with arrangement for water washing

Turbochargers can be chosen with the Turbocharger Selection program on www.mandieselturbo.com and DieselPort For MAN TCA and TCR turbochargers 4 02 043 or 4 02 044 must be specified For ABB A100L series turbochargers 4 02 043 or 4 02 044 must be specified High efficiency turbocharging is Basic for Tier II engines Not applicable with VT options 4 59 161 and 4 59 162 To be confirmed by Seller On S50MEC with single TC On 98, 90, 80, 70, 65 and 60types On S50MEC

All quantities are stated per vessel

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Diesel Engine

MAN Diesel & Turbo

Basic for all engines Option 4 59 301 4 59 302 4 59 303 4 59 304 4 59 305 4 59 306 4 59 307 4 60 100 4 60 110 Gas outlet vertical Gas outlet 15 from vertical, away from engine Gas outlet 30 from vertical, away from engine Gas outlet 45 from vertical, away from engine Gas outlet 60 from vertical, away from engine Gas outlet 75 from vertical, away from engine Gas outlet 90 from vertical, away from engine

Remarks

Exhaust gas piping on engine


Turbocharger cutout system with 2 pneumatically activated cutout valves on turbocharger turbine inlet and compressor outlet Turbocharger cutout blind flanges for turbine inlet and compressor outlet Exhaust gas receiver with bypass regulation valve (EGB) Exhaust gas receiver with partial bypass flange and blank counterflange Exhaust gas receiver with permanently open partial bypass flange, and orifice Exhaust gas receiver with variable bypass valve for running with ambient air intake temperature below 10 C Exhaust gas receiver with bypass flange and counterflange For emergency running without turbocharger Engine prepared for Selective Catalytic Reduction (SCR) system Engine with Selective Catalytic Reduction (SCR) system and controller Engine prepared for Exhaust Gas Recircucation (EGR) system Engine with Exhaust Gas Recirculation (EGR) system and control Exhaust gas outlet transition piece(s) Exhaust gas compensator(s) after turbocharger transition piece(s) Applicable for engines with 2 or more turbo chargers only

4 60 111 4 60 113 4 60 114 4 60 115 4 60 118 4 60 119

Yards supply to be specified 4 02 043 or 4 02 044 must be specified Engine prepared for mounting of partial bypass later on The external pipe is yards supply Control type and yards supply to be specified See 4 55 118 The external emergency bypass pipe is yards supply

4 60 130 4 60 135 4 60 150 4 60 155 4 60 601 4 60 610

Layout to be agreed upon. Requires 4 06 083 Yards supply to be specified Layout to be agreed upon. Requires 4 06 083 Design based on information from Buyer not later than 4 weeks from order

4 65 200 4 65 236 4 65 237 4 65 301 4 65 302 4 65 345 4 65 601 4 65 602

Engine Control System


Governor function with incorporated software for QPT (Quick Passage of barred speed range Technique) Governor function with additional plant specific features Economy mode Engine Control Tuning mode Turbocharger cutout mode Cabinet for Engine Interface Control Units (EICU) for mount ing in ECR or ER (other MPCs are mounting on engine) ECS Common Control Cabinets for mounting in ECR or ER including MPCs for EICUs, ECUs, ACUs, CCUs and SCUs Applicable to CPP plants only. To be decided by engine builder and MAN Diesel & Turbo based on final torsional vibration calculations According to result of governor stability calcula tion (4 07 009) For further operating modes see 4 06 060 and 4 01 06 06566. For part and lowload optimisation 4 02 043 or 4 02 044 must be specified Requires 4 60 110 or 4 60 111

All quantities are stated per vessel

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Diesel Engine

Basic for all engines Option 4 70 100 4 70 101 4 70 102 4 70 119 4 70 129

Remarks

Local instrumentation on engine


Local indication on engine of temperatures and pressures: Instruments graduated in ISOunits: C, bar Instruments with double graduation: C/ F, bar/psi To be specified in a separate list Standard thermometers in piping and pressure gauge panel mounted close to the Local Operation Panel Additional thermometers and pressure gauges To be specified in a separate list beyond standard

4 75 100 4 75 124

4 75 127

4 75 128

4 75 129 4 75 133 4 75 134

4 75 135

4 75 136 4 75 149 4 75 151 4 75 160 4 75 161 4 75 163 4 75 165 4 75 166 4 75 167 4 75 168 4 75 169 4 75 208 4 75 216

Pressure and temperature sensors for shut down and tacho system according to the classification societys and MAN Diesel & Turbos requirements Pressure and temperature switches and analog sensors for slow down, alarm and remote indication according to the classification societys and MAN Diesel & Turbos requirements for Unattended Machinery Spaces Additional pressure and temperature switches and analog sensors for slow down, alarm and remote indication according to Buyers list Additional analog sensors for CoCoS EDS online Temperature sensors fitted to main bearings Make: Kongsberg Maritime or similar Temperature sensors fitted to main bearings, crankpin bearings, crosshead bearings, bearings for moment compensator, if any Make: Kongsberg Maritime or similar Temperature sensors fitted to main bearings, crankpin bearings and crosshead bearings Make: Kongsberg Maritime or similar Temperature sensors for cylinder liners Make: Kongsberg Maritime or similar Other type of sensors: Flow alarm for: Oil mist detector Oil mist detector Graviner MK6 Make: Kidde Fire Protection Oil mist detector Visatron VN 215/93. Make: Schaller Oil mist detector QMI. Make: Quality Monitoring Instruments Ltd. Oil mist detector MDSX Make: Daihatsu Diesel Mfg. Co., Ltd. Oil mist detector Vision III C Make: Specs Corporation Oil mist detector GDMSOMDN09 Make: MSS GmbH Other type of oil mist detector: MAN B&W PMI system, type PT/S offline Cylinder pressure monitoring system MAN B&W PMI Autotuning system

Monitoring, safety, alarm and remote indication systems on engine

Required type of output signals and number of cores to be specified by Buyer

To be specified in a separate list

Required for 4 09 660 Alarm panel to be with maximum and deviation alarms. Alarm panel to be with maximum alarms for all bearings and with deviation alarms for main bearings, crankpin bearings and crosshead bearings

Basic and on 98 and 90 types and K80MEC9 only, an option on all other types

Make of system can be specified in 4 75 161169

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Basic for all engines Option 4 75 260 4 75 261 4 75 262 4 75 263 4 75 264 Bearing Condition Monitoring System Bearing Condition Monitoring System XTSW Make: AMOT Bearing Condition Monitoring System BDMS Make: Dr. E. Horn Bearing Condition Monitoring System PS10 Make: Kongsberg Maritime Bearing Condition Monitoring System OPENpredictor Make: Rovsing Dynamics Shut down and slow down panels Combined shut down and slow down panel Make: Lyngs Marine Combined shut down and slow down panel Make: Kongsberg Maritime Combined shut down and slow down panel Make: Nabtesco Combined shut down and slow down panel Make: Siemens Combined shut down and slow down panel, Make: Mitsui Zosen Systems Research One separate panel for shut down Make: One separate panel for slow down Make: Tachometer for turbocharger for ECR Tachometer for engine speed for ECR Revolution counter for engine for ECR Hours counter for ECR

Remarks Make of system can be specified in 4 75 261264

4 75 610 4 75 610a 4 75 610b 4 75 610c 4 75 610d 4 75 610f 4 75 614 4 75 615 4 75 625 4 75 662 4 75 665 4 75 666 4 78 100 4 78 118

The remote control system and the safety system (shut down and slow down panel) must be compatible

Only shut down panel approved by MAN Diesel & Turbo must be used Only slow down panel approved by MAN Diesel & Turbo must be used

Electrical wiring on engine


Terminal boxes and electrical wiring with shielded cables To be designed according to actual dispatch pattern See 4 12 000

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Miscellaneous

Basic for all engines Option 4 80 100 4 80 101 4 80 103 4 80 601

Remarks

Miscellaneous

Turning gear with electric motor. Enclosure min. IP54 insulation min. class F Turning gear with electric motor Enclosure min. IP insulation min. class Control unit for turning gear, with starter and manual remote control box, with cable of 15 m Make: Brdr. Eegholm or similar

4 81 100 4 81 101 4 81 102

Painting
Outside primed only, inside primed and coated Outside primed twice and given one coat of paint, colour to be specified: Inside primed and coated Outside primed twice and given one coat of paint, colour: light green RAL 6019, DIN23: 2:2, Munsell 10GY 8/4. Inside primed and coated To be stated by the yard before: Including 25 litres of paint for brushingup Including 25 litres of paint for brushingup

4 81 103

4 82 100

Engine seating

4 82 102 4 82 150 4 82 152 4 82 601 4 82 602 4 82 610 4 82 612 4 82 614 4 82 620 4 82 622 4 82 635

Engine prepared for mounting on epoxy chocks Alignment screws Plugs for top plate of engine seating, to be used as contact face for alignment screws Hydraulic jacks for alignment Holding down bolts: bolts, washers, nuts, protecting caps and distance pieces End chock bolts for hydraulic tightening: studs, washers, nuts and protecting caps End chock liners End chock brackets Side chock liners: liners (wedges) and screws Side chock brackets 1 hydraulic jack for holding down bolts when epoxy chocks are used, and 1 hydraulic jack for end chock bolts

The 98, 90 and 80 types to be aligned with wedges or hydraulic jacks. The 70, 65 60, and 50 types can alternatively be aligned with alignment screws. The K98MEC, K98ME and S90MEC are designed for epoxy chocks only Chockfast Orange PR 610 TCF and HA Springer, Kiel, Germany: EPOCAST 36 For 70, 65, 60 and 50 types only For 70, 65, 60 and 50 types only For 98, 90 and 80 types only 4 82 635 required

For 4 82 102

4 83 100 4 83 101 4 83 102 4 83 110 4 83 111 4 83 112 4 83 123

Galleries on engine
Galleries complete with gratings, stanchions and railings (exclusive of ladders) Gallery brackets only Preparation for top bracings on exhaust side Preparation for top bracings on manoeuvring side Mechanical top bracings: friction shims, distance plates, retaining plates and bolts Hydraulic top bracing, standalone type

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Miscellaneous

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Basic for all engines Option 4 85 000

Remarks Plants with PTO output higher than 15% MCR require governor stability calculations (4 07 009) which have to be performed by MAN Diesel & Turbo. To make this, a torsional vibration calcu lation is required. Based on the evaluation addi tional governor features may be required

Power Take Off: PTO

4 85 001 4 85 100 4 85 103 4 85 106 4 85 110 4 85 150 4 85 153

4 85 157

4 85 159

4 85 200 4 85 253

4 85 257

4 85 259

4 85 290

Diesel engine without PTO Engine prepared for future installation of PTO Diesel engine prepared for PTO with oiltight cover on engine and faces for brackets type BWIII Diesel engine prepared for DMG/CFE on fore end Direct mounted generator /constant frequency electrical Prepared for other types of PTO: Engine prepared for installation of PTO at yard Diesel engine prepared for PTO with oiltight end cover and brackets on engine for mounting of PTO/RCF type BWIII /RCF Diesel engine prepared for PTO with oiltight end cover and brackets on engine for mounting of PTO/GCR type BWIII /GCR DMG/CFE Diesel engine prepared for PTO with oiltight end cover on engine Engine equipped with PTO PTO/RCF type BWIII /RCF builton, side mounted RCF unit with horizontal generator. Renk controller is delivered separately for building into switchboard PTO/GCR type BWIII /GCR builton, side mounted unit with horizontal generator DMG/CFE DMG direct mounted generator on engine with constant frequency, electrical converter Other PTO:

See notes D

See notes D, E and G

See notes D, F and G

See notes G

See notes D, E, G and H

See notes D, F and G

See notes G

Other 30% speed range may be arranged on request from to r/min of main engine

Notes for 4 85 000: Note D: Standard range up to 2,600 kW. Special design for PTO above 2,600 kW Note E: Normal operational speed range is 70100% of the engines speed at specified MCR Note F: To be specified if GCR unit is for constant engine speed (CPP) or for variable speed, coupled to a frequency converter Requires electronic device for condition check of axial vibration damper: 4 31 116 Note G: Note H: Electrical tests to be performed on board

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Basic for all engines Option 4 85 300 4 85 302 4 85 305 Generator for PTO Make: Type: brushless kW on terminals: , kVA 3phase at voltage: , Hz power factor (cos): 0.8 speed of generator: r/min Delivered by: MAN Diesel & Turbo Delivered by: Air intake filters Type of enclosure: IP 23, air cooled Type of enclosure: IP 44, water cooled double tube with leakage alarm, seawater inlet 32 C Type of enclosure: IP 44, water cooled double tube with leakage alarm, freshwater inlet 36 C Insulation class H utilised as class H Insulation class H utilised as class F Insulation class H utilised as class B Design B 20: 2 bearings, horizontal mounting DMG With roller bearings With sleeve bearings, lubricated from main engine Temperature control of bearings by Pt 100 Thermometers for bearings Temperature control of windings by 3 Pt 100, (exclusive of converters) Current transformer built into the generator starpoint for differential protection Temperature control of recirculating air by Pt 100 Space heaters phase, voltage: Radio interference suppression VDE 0875 RIS grade N Setting rheostat on generator Terminal box on right side Terminal box on left side Spare parts according to classification society: Special spare parts on request:

Remarks

4 85 306 4 85 307 4 85 309 4 85 310 4 85 311 4 85 312 4 85 314 4 85 315 4 85 316 4 85 320 4 85 322 4 85 325 4 85 326 4 85 340 4 85 341 4 85 351 4 85 355 4 85 360 4 85 365 4 85 370 4 85 375 4 85 385 4 85 386 4 85 390 4 85 391

For 4 85 159 or 4 85 259

For generators above 1,499 kVA On 4 85 311 only

Seen from driving shaft end Seen from driving shaft end

Note:

Indicates that this is the normal version

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Miscellaneous

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Basic for all engines Option 4 87 000 4 87 601

Remarks

Spare parts
Spare parts for unrestricted service required by MAN Diesel & Turbo and recommended or required by the classification societies Additional spare parts beyond class requirements or recommendations, for easier maintenance and increased availability Mechanical special spare parts on request: Mechanical wearing parts for first hours service Spare rotor for one turbocharger, including: Required for Russian Maritime Register Compressor wheel, rotor shaft with turbine blades of Shipping only and partition wall, if any

4 87 603

4 87 610 4 87 629 4 87 660

4 88 000 4 88 004

Tools
Overhaul tools adapted to: Normal lifting procedure Overhaul with normal engine room crane (yards supply) Vertical lift of all components Overhaul tools adapted to: Reduced height lifting procedure Overhaul with normal engine room crane (yards supply) Tilted lift of main components Overhaul tools adapted to: MAN B&W Double Jib Crane lifting procedure Overhaul using electrically operated double jib crane for low headroom Standard tools for maintenance of main engine Honing machine Make: ChrisMarine AB Wear ridge milling machine Make: ChrisMarine AB Wavecut grinding machine for cylinder liners Fuel valve test rig Type: VPUD 1000 Fuel valve test rig Type: PPMI 2000 Fuel valve test rig Type: Hand operated pump Tools for exhaust valve spindle and bottom pieces Grinding machine, pneumatic, type LBD Make: ChrisMarine AB or similar Grinding machine, electrical, type LBDE Make: ChrisMarine AB or similar Grinding machine, electrical, type VGT Make: ChrisMarine AB or similar Multijack tightening tool Work table for exhaust valve housings To be decided no later than 8 months before testbed To be decided no later than 8 months before testbed

4 88 006

4 88 011

To be decided no later than 8 months before testbed See item 4 88 701

4 88 601 4 88 608 4 88 609 4 88 611 4 88 612 4 88 613 4 88 614 4 88 619 4 88 619a 4 88 619b 4 88 619c 4 88 622 4 88 630

For 98 types only

For 50 types only

Not applicable for 98 and 90 types For 98 70 types with 8 cylinder cover studs

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Basic for all engines Option 4 88 642 Tools for plants with one turbocharger: One set of standard tools for turbocharger, inclusive of tools for special running conditions Turbocharger rotor locking device and internal blanking device for running with turbocharger rotor dismantled Both delivered by turbocharger manufacturer Tools for plants with two or more turbochargers: One set of standard tools for turbocharger, inclusive of tools for special running conditions External blankingoff tools for running with one turbo charger out of action. Ext. blankingoff tools delivered by engine manufacturer Standard tools delivered by turbocharger manufacturer Panels for tools Compulsary package of personal safety equipment Compulsary package of personal safety equipment with optional fall arrest equipment, ANSI approved Specify size of safety harness and number of packages: pcs size S, pcs size M/L, pcs size XL Compulsary package of personal safety equipment with optional fall arrest equipment, CE approved Specify size of safety harness and number of packages: pcs size S, pcs size M/L, pcs size XL Safety ring for cylinder cover Tools for cylinder wear measurement Cylinder wear measuring tool, insertable, type CGI Make: Viggo A. Kjr Electrical Double Jib Crane for low headroom Make: MAN B&W/Danish Crane Building A/S

Remarks

or

4 88 645

4 88 660 4 88 671 4 88 672

4 88 673

4 88 679 4 88 681 4 88 681a

For accessing cylinder liner during inspection For 98 and 90 types only

4 88 701

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Miscellaneous

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Basic for all engines Option 4 95 000

Remarks Documentation for remote controls and safety systems to be sent to Seller for perusal at least 1 month before sea trial The remote control system and the safety system (shut down and slow down panel) must be compatible

Remote control from bridge

4 95 701 4 95 703 4 95 704 4 95 705 4 95 706 4 95 715 4 95 716 4 95 719 4 95 724 4 95 655

Bridge control system, for CPP plants Make: Lyngs Marine: Bridge control system, for FPP plants Make: Lyngs Marine Bridge control system, for FPP plants Make: Mitsui Zosen Systems Resarch Bridge control system, for FPP plants Make: Nabtesco Bridge control system, for FPP plants Make: Siemens Bridge control system, for FPP plants Make: Kongsberg Maritime Bridge control system, for CPP plants Make: Kongsberg Maritime Bridge control system, for CPP plants Make: MAN Alphatronic Other make and type of remote control system: Additional components for control positions, to be specified:

To be approved by MAN Diesel & Turbo

Contract Terms
4 99 999 General conditions: Orgalime S 2000 with Addendum Attached to this Extent of Delivery (EoD)

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ORGALIME S 2000

GENERAL CONDITIONS for the SUPPLY OF MECHANICAL, ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONIC PRODUCTS Brussels, August 2000 PREAMBLE
1. 1. These General Conditions shall apply when the parties agree in writing or otherwise thereto. When the General Conditions apply to a specific contract, modifications of or deviations from them must be agreed in writing. The object(s) to be supplied under these General Conditions is (are) hereinafter referred to as the Product. Wherever these General Conditions use the term in writing, this shall mean by document signed by the parties, or by letter, fax, electronic mail and by such other means as are agreed by the parties. 6. The Supplier shall notify the Purchaser in writing of the acceptance tests in sufficient time to permit the Purchaser to be represented at the tests. If the Purchaser is not represented, the test report shall be sent to the Purchaser and shall be accepted as accurate. 7. If the acceptance tests show the Product not to be in accordance with the contract, the Supplier shall without delay remedy any deficiencies in order to ensure that the Product complies with the contract. New tests shall then be carried out at the Purchaser's request, unless the deficiency was insignificant. 8. The Supplier shall bear all costs for acceptance tests carried out at the place of manufacture. The Purchaser shall however bear all travelling and living expenses for his representatives in connection with such tests.

PRODUCT INFORMATION
2. All information and data contained in general product documentation and price lists, whether in electronic or any other form, are binding only to the extent that they are by reference expressly included in the contract.

DELIVERY. PASSING OF RISK


9. Any agreed trade term shall be construed in accordance with the INCOTERMS in force at the formation of the contract. If no trade term is specifically agreed, the delivery shall be Ex works (EXW). If, in the case of delivery Ex works, the Supplier, at the request of the Purchaser, undertakes to send the Product to its destination, the risk will pass not later than when the Product is handed over to the first carrier. Partial shipments shall be permitted unless otherwise agreed.

DRAWINGS AND DESCRIPTIONS


3. All drawings and technical documents relating to the Product or its manufacture submitted by one party to the other, prior or subsequent to the formation of the contract, shall remain the property of the submitting party. Drawings, technical documents or other technical information received by one party shall not, without the consent of the other party, be used for any other purpose than that for which they were provided. They may not, without the consent of the submitting party, otherwise be used or copied, reproduced, transmitted or communicated to a third party. 4. The Supplier shall, not later than at the date of delivery, provide free of charge information and drawings which are necessary to permit the Purchaser to erect, commission, operate and maintain the Product. Such information and drawings shall be supplied in the number of copies agreed upon or at least one copy of each. The Supplier shall not be obliged to provide manufacturing drawings for the Product or for spare parts. 2.

TIME FOR DELIVERY. DELAY


10. If the parties, instead of specifying the date for delivery, have specified a period of time on the expiry of which delivery shall take place, such period shall start to run as soon as the contract is entered into, all official formalities have been completed, payments due at the formation of the contract have been made, any agreed securities have been given and any other preconditions have been fulfilled. 11. If the Supplier anticipates that he will not be able to deliver the Product at the time for delivery, he shall forthwith notify the Purchaser thereof in writing, stating the reason, and, if possible, the time when delivery can be expected.

ACCEPTANCE TESTS
5. Acceptance tests provided for in the contract shall, unless otherwise agreed, be carried out at the place of manufacture during normal working hours. If the contract does not specify the technical requirements, the tests shall be carried out in accordance with general practice in the appropriate branch of industry concerned in the country of manufacture.

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2 If the Supplier fails to give such notice, the Purchaser shall be entitled to compensation for any additional costs which he incurs and which he could have avoided had he received such notice.
12. If delay in delivery is caused by any of the circumstances mentioned in Clause 39 or by an act or omission on the part of the Purchaser, including suspension under Clauses 20 or 42, the time for delivery shall be extended by a period which is reasonable having regard to all the circumstances in the case. This provision applies regardless of whether the reason for the delay occurs before or after the agreed time for delivery. 13. If the Product is not delivered at the time for delivery (as defined in Clauses 10 and 12), the Purchaser is entitled to liquidated damages from the date on which delivery should have taken place. The liquidated damages shall be payable at a rate of 0.5 per cent of the purchase price for each completed week of delay. The liquidated damages shall not exceed 7.5 per cent of the purchase price. If only part of the Product is delayed, the liquidated damages shall be calculated on that part of the purchase price which is attributable to such part of the Product as cannot in consequence of the delay be used as intended by the parties. The liquidated damages become due at the Purchaser's demand in writing but not before delivery has been completed or the contract is terminated under Clause 14. The Purchaser shall forfeit his right to liquidated damages if he has not lodged a claim in writing for such damages within six months after the time when delivery should have taken place. 14. If the delay in delivery is such that the Purchaser is entitled to maximum liquidated damages under Clause 13 and if the Product is still not delivered, the Purchaser may in writing demand delivery within a final reasonable period which shall not be less than one week. If the Supplier does not deliver within such final period and this is not due to any circumstance for which the Purchaser is responsible, then the Purchaser may by notice in writing to the Supplier terminate the contract in respect of such part of the Product as cannot in consequence of the Supplier's failure to deliver be used as intended by the parties. If the Purchaser terminates the contract he shall be entitled to compensation for the loss he has suffered as a result of the Supplier's delay. The total compensation, including the liquidated damages which are payable under Clause 13, shall not exceed 15 per cent of that part of the purchase price which is attributable to the part of the Product in respect of which the contract is terminated. The Purchaser shall also have the right to terminate the contract by notice in writing to the Supplier, if it is clear from the circumstances that there will occur a delay in delivery which, under Clause 13 would entitle the Purchaser to maximum liquidated damages. In case of termination on this ground, the Purchaser shall be entitled to maximum liquidated damages and compensation under the third paragraph of this Clause 14. 15. Liquidated damages under Clause 13 and termination of the contract with limited compensation under Clause 14 are the only remedies available to the Purchaser in case of delay on the part of the Supplier. All other claims against the Supplier based on such delay shall be excluded, except where the Supplier has been guilty of gross negligence. In these General Conditions gross negligence shall mean an act or omission implying either a failure to pay due regard to serious consequences, which a conscientious supplier would normally foresee as likely to ensue, or a deliberate disregard of the consequences of such act or omission. 16. If the Purchaser anticipates that he will be unable to accept delivery of the Product at the delivery time, he shall forthwith notify the Supplier in writing thereof, stating the reason and, if possible, the time when he will be able to accept delivery. If the Purchaser fails to accept delivery at the delivery time, he shall nevertheless pay any part of the purchase price which becomes due on delivery, as if delivery had taken place. The Supplier shall arrange for storage of the Product at the risk and expense of the Purchaser. The Supplier shall also, if the Purchaser so requires, insure the Product at the Purchaser's expense. 17. Unless the Purchaser's failure to accept delivery is due to any such circumstance as mentioned in Clause 39, the Supplier may by notice in writing require the Purchaser to accept delivery within a final reasonable period. If, for any reason for which the Supplier is not responsible, the Purchaser fails to accept delivery within such period, the Supplier may by notice in writing terminate the contract in whole or in part. The Supplier shall then be entitled to compensation for the loss he has suffered by reason of the Purchaser's default. The compensation shall not exceed that part of the purchase price which is attributable to that part of the Product in respect of which the contract is terminated.

PAYMENT
18. Unless otherwise agreed, the purchase price shall be paid with one third at the formation of the contract and one third when the Supplier notifies the Purchaser that the Product, or the essential part of it, is ready for delivery. Final payment shall be made when the Product is delivered.

Payments shall be made within 30 days of the date of the invoice.

19. Whatever the means of payment used, payment shall not be deemed to have been effected before the Supplier's account has been fully and irrevocably credited. 20. If the Purchaser fails to pay by the stipulated date, the Supplier shall be entitled to interest from the day on which payment was due. The rate of interest shall be as agreed between the parties. If the parties fail to agree on the rate of interest, it shall be 8 percentage points above the rate of the main refinancing facility of the European Central Bank in force on the due date of payment. In case of late payment the Supplier may, after having notified the Purchaser in writing, suspend his performance of the contract until he receives payment.

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If the Purchaser has not paid the amount due within three months the Supplier shall be entitled to terminate the contract by notice in writing to the Purchaser and to claim compensation for the loss he has incurred. The compensation shall not exceed the agreed purchase price.

27. If the Purchaser has given such notice as mentioned in Clause 25 and no defect is found for which the Supplier is liable, the Supplier shall be entitled to compensation for the costs he has incurred as a result of the notice. 28. The Purchaser shall at his own expense arrange for any dismantling and reassembly of equipment other than the Product, to the extent that this is necessary to remedy the defect. 29. Unless otherwise agreed, necessary transport of the Product and/or parts thereof to and from the Supplier in connection with the remedying of defects for which the Supplier is liable shall be at the risk and expense of the Supplier. The Purchaser shall follow the Supplier's instructions regarding such transport. 30. Unless otherwise agreed, the Purchaser shall bear any additional costs which the Supplier incurs for repair, dismantling, installation and transport as a result of the Product being located in a place other than the destination stated in the contract or - if no destination is stated - the place of delivery. 31. Defective parts which have been replaced shall be made available to the Supplier and shall be his property. 32. If, within a reasonable time, the Supplier does not fulfil his obligations under Clause 26, the Purchaser may by notice in writing fix a final time for completion of the Supplier's obligations. If the Supplier fails to fulfil his obligations within such final time, the Purchaser may himself undertake or employ a third party to undertake necessary remedial works at the risk and expense of the Supplier. Where successful remedial works have been undertaken by the Purchaser or a third party, reimbursement by the Supplier of reasonable costs incurred by the Purchaser shall be in full settlement of the Supplier's liabilities for the said defect. 33. Where the defect has not been successfully remedied, as stipulated under Clause 32, a) the Purchaser is entitled to a reduction of the purchase price in proportion to the reduced value of the Product, provided that under no circumstance shall such reduction exceed 15 per cent of the purchase price, or b) where the defect is so substantial as to significantly deprive the Purchaser of the benefit of the contract, the Purchaser may terminate the contract by notice in writing to the Supplier. The Purchaser is then entitled to compensation for the loss he has suffered up to a maximum of 15 per cent of the purchase price. 34. The Supplier is not liable for defects arising out of materials provided, or a design stipulated or specified by the Purchaser. 35. The Supplier is liable only for defects which appear under the conditions of operation provided for in the contract and under proper use of the Product.

RETENTION OF TITLE
21. The Product shall remain the property of the Supplier until paid for in full to the extent that such retention of title is valid under the applicable law. The Purchaser shall at the request of the Supplier assist him in taking any measures necessary to protect the Supplier's title to the Product in the country concerned. The retention of title shall not affect the passing of risk under Clause 9.

LIABILITY FOR DEFECTS


22. Pursuant to the provisions of Clauses 23-37 inclusive, the Supplier shall remedy any defect or nonconformity (hereinafter termed defect(s)) resulting from faulty design, materials or workmanship. 23. The Supplier's liability is limited to defects which appear within a period of one year from delivery. If the daily use of the Product exceeds that which is agreed, this period shall be reduced proportionately. 24. When a defect in a part of the Product has been remedied, the Supplier shall be liable for defects in the repaired or replaced part under the same terms and conditions as those applicable to the original Product for a period of one year. For the remaining parts of the Product the period mentioned in Clause 23 shall be extended only by a period equal to the period during which the Product has been out of operation as a result of the defect. 25. The Purchaser shall without undue delay notify the Supplier in writing of any defect which appears. Such notice shall under no circumstance be given later than two weeks after the expiry of the period given in Clause 23. The notice shall contain a description of the defect. If the Purchaser fails to notify the Supplier in writing of a defect within the time limits set forth in the first paragraph of this Clause, he loses his right to have the defect remedied. Where the defect is such that it may cause damage, the Purchaser shall immediately inform the Supplier in writing. The Purchaser shall bear the risk of damage resulting from his failure so to notify. 26. On receipt of the notice under Clause 25 the Supplier shall remedy the defect without undue delay and at his own cost as stipulated in Clauses 22-37 inclusive. Repair shall be carried out at the place where the Product is located unless the Supplier deems it appropriate that the defective part or the Product is returned to him for repair or replacement. The Supplier is obliged to carry out dismantling and reinstallation of the part if this requires special knowledge. If such special knowledge is not required, the Supplier has fulfilled his obligations in respect of the defect when he delivers to the Purchaser a duly repaired or replaced part.

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The Supplier's liability does not cover defects which are caused by faulty maintenance, incorrect erection or faulty repair by the Purchaser, or by alterations carried out without the Supplier's consent in writing. Finally the Supplier's liability does not cover normal wear and tear or deterioration. 36. Notwithstanding the provisions of Clauses 22-35 the Supplier shall not be liable for defects in any part of the Product for more than two years from the beginning of the period given in Clause 23. 37. Save as stipulated in Clauses 22-36, the Supplier shall not be liable for defects. This applies to any loss the defect may cause including loss of production, loss of profit and other indirect loss. This limitation of the Supplier's liability shall not apply if he has been guilty of gross negligence as defined in Clause 15. extensive military mobilization, insurrection, requisition, seizure, embargo, restrictions in the use of power and defects or delays in deliveries by sub-contractors caused by any such circumstance referred to in this Clause. A circumstance referred to in this Clause whether occurring prior to or after the formation of the contract shall give a right to suspension only if its effect on the performance of the contract could not be foreseen at the time of the formation of the contract. 40. The party claiming to be affected by Force Majeure shall notify the other party in writing without delay on the intervention and on the cessation of such circumstance. If Force Majeure prevents the Purchaser from fulfilling his obligations, he shall compensate the Supplier for expenses incurred in securing and protecting the Product. 41. Regardless of what might otherwise follow from these General Conditions, either party shall be entitled to terminate the contract by notice in writing to the other party if performance of the contract is suspended under Clause 39 for more than six months.

ALLOCATION OF LIABILITY FOR DAMAGE CAUSED BY THE PRODUCT


38. The Supplier shall not be liable for any damage to property caused by the Product after it has been delivered and whilst it is in the possession of the Purchaser. Nor shall the Supplier be liable for any damage to products manufactured by the Purchaser, or to products of which the Purchaser's products form a part. If the Supplier incurs liability towards any third party for such damage to property as described in the preceding paragraph, the Purchaser shall indemnify, defend and hold the Supplier harmless. If a claim for damage as described in this Clause is lodged by a third party against one of the parties, the latter party shall forthwith inform the other party thereof in writing. The Supplier and the Purchaser shall be mutually obliged to let themselves be summoned to the court or arbitral tribunal examining claims for damages lodged against one of them on the basis of damage allegedly caused by the Product. The limitation of the Supplier's liability in the first paragraph of this Clause shall not apply where the Supplier has been guilty of gross negligence as defined in Clause 15.

ANTICIPATED NON-PERFORMANCE
42. Notwithstanding other provisions in these General Conditions regarding suspension, each party shall be entitled to suspend the performance of his obligations under the contract, where it is clear from the circumstances that the other party will not be able to perform his obligations. A party suspending his performance of the contract shall forthwith notify the other party thereof in writing.

CONSEQUENTIAL LOSSES
43. Save as otherwise stated in these General Conditions there shall be no liability for either party towards the other party for loss of production, loss of profit, loss of use, loss of contracts or for any other consequential or indirect loss whatsoever.

DISPUTES AND APPLICABLE LAW


44. All disputes arising out of or in connection with the contract shall be finally settled under the Rules of Arbitration of the International Chamber of Commerce by one or more arbitrators appointed in accordance with the said rules. 45. The contract shall be governed by the substantive law of the Supplier's country.

FORCE MAJEURE
39. Either party shall be entitled to suspend performance of his obligations under the contract to the extent that such performance is impeded or made unreasonably onerous by any of the following circumstances: industrial disputes and any other circumstance beyond the control of the parties such as fire, war,

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Addendum to General Conditions Orgalime S 2000 This Addendum contains conditions valid for the tender and sale of diesel engine plants and other equipment from MAN Diesel & Turbo, amending and supplementing the general Conditions for the Supply of Mechanical, Electrical and Associated Electronic Products, S 2000, prepared by Orgalime (Organisme de Liason des Industries Mtalligues Europennes).
Supplementary clause 4A Regulations The Product shall be in accordance only with such regulations as expressly stated in the Contract and as in force on the date of formation of the Contract. Supplementary clause 8A Inspections The Purchaser shall be entitled for his own account to have the quality of the manufacture of the Product inspected by his authorised representatives. Such inspection shall be carried out at the place of manufacture during normal working hours according to agreement with the Supplier as to date and time. Supplementary clause 8B Erectors, supervisors and/or test engineers The Supplier shall provide the assistance of erectors, supervisors and/or test engineers for quay and sea trial to the extent stipulated in the Contract. Such erectors, supervisors and/or test engineers shall act under the management of the Purchaser and will give comments and advice to the best of their knowledge on technical questions. The responsibility for compliance with such advice and/or recommendation rests solely with the Purchaser. The Suppliers liability for negligent assistance of erectors, supervisors and/or test engineers shall be limited as stipulated in clauses 22 - 37. Time of delivery. Delay Add to clause 12: The agreed delivery time is conditional upon the Purchaser in due time fulfilling the terms of payment and other obligations stipulated in the Contract. All material, documentation and other information necessary for the delivery of the Product within the stipulated time shall be in the possession of the Supplier at the agreed time or, if no such time has been agreed, at the time requested by the Supplier. Add to clause 17: As a minimum the Supplier shall be entitled to a compensation corresponding to 10% of that part of the purchase price which is attributable to the part of the Product in respect of which the Contract is terminated. Liability for defects Replace clause 23 by the following: The Suppliers liability is limited to defects that have been notified to the Supplier within a period of either 12 months from the date the Product was taken into use (sea trial of the vessel or commissioning of the Product as the case may be) or 18 months from the date of delivery of the Product, whichever period expires first. Add to clause 26: When the Supplier is to carry out repair works at the place where the Product is located, the Purchaser shall make available and bear the costs of an adequate number of fitters, local transport, lifting gear, towing, dockage, supply of electricity and similar supplies. Add to clause 29: The Supplier is in no case obliged to pay for airway transportation of defective or replacement parts. Replace clause 36 by the following: Notwithstanding the provisions of clauses 22 35, the Supplier shall not be liable for defects in any part of the Product for more than two years from the commissioning of the Product. Add to clause 37 The provisions in clauses 22 - 38a set forth the exclusive remedies for claims based upon defects in the Product irrespective of whether the claims are based upon contract, warranty, negligence, tort or otherwise. No implied warranty of merchantability or fitness for a particular purpose shall apply. The warranties expressed herein are exclusive of all other written, implied, oral or statutory warranties, terms or conditions. Division of liability for damage caused by the Product Supplementary clause 38a: The Suppliers liability otherwise for damage caused by the Product to the property of third parties shall be limited to DKK twenty (20) million, and the Supplier shall in no case be liable for loss of production, loss of profit or any other consequential economic loss. In the event that the Supplier should incur liability towards a third party in excess of the limitations stipulated above in this clause 38a, the Purchaser shall indemnify the Supplier. The limitations of the Suppliers liability according to this clause 38a shall not apply where the Supplier has been guilty of gross negligence as defined in clause 15. Anticipated Non_Performance Add to clause 42: If the other party cannot provide adequate security for his performance under the Contract within a reasonable period of time, the party suspending his performance according to this clause 42 shall be entitled to terminate the Contract and to claim compensation.

Hovedkontor (& postadresse) MAN Diesel & Turbo Teglholmsgade 41 2450 Kbenhavn SV Danmark Tlf.: 33 85 11 00 Fax: 33 85 10 30 mandiesel-cph@mandiesel.com www.mandieselturbo.com

PrimeServ Teglholmsgade 41 2450 Kbenhavn SV Danmark Tlf.: 33 85 11 00 Fax: 33 85 10 49 PrimeServ-cph@mandiesel.com

Produktion Teglholmsgade 35 2450 Kbenhavn SV Danmark Tlf.: 33 85 11 00 Fax: 33 85 10 17 manufacturing-dk@mandiesel.com

Varemodtagelse og Forsendelse Teglholmsgade 35 2450 Kbenhavn SV Danmark Tlf.: 33 85 11 00 Fax: 33 85 10 16

MAN Diesel & Turbo filial af MAN Diesel & Turbo SE, Tyskland CVR Nr.: 31611792 Hovedkontor: Teglholmsgade 41 2450 Kbenhavn SV Tysk reg. nr. HRB 22056 Amtsgericht Augsburg

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