2.4 Safety instructions and hazard protection-(part-2)

Operation and process materials
Operation and process materials refer to chemical and hazardous substances:
·         Oils
·         Grease
·         Coolants
·         Detergents and solvents
·         Acids

Note that operation and process materials are harmful to the environment if they penetrate soil or water.
Personal injury
The following injuries can be caused by operation and process materials:
·         Allergies
·         Skin disease
·         Loss of consciousness
·         Poisoning or nausea after inhalation

·         Inhalation of toxic gases, smoke and vapours
·         Skin contact with aggressive fluids
·         Clothing wet or soaked with hazardous substances
·         Spilling and tipping over of vessels containing substances used during operation
·         Escape due to leakage
·         Tanks and collectors which are not gas-tight and which do not comply with the regulations on hazardous substances
·         Burning cigarettes or open flame in the proximity of operation materials

Protective measures
·         Utmost caution when handling process and operation materials
·         Protective clothing must be worn
·         Avoid skin contact and inhalation under all circumstances
·         Ensure that the workroom is properly ventilated
·         Observe the hazard indications on the containers for operation and process materials
·         Immediately after use, seal the hazardous substance container tight
·         Used operation materials must be collected safely in accordance with the legal provisions, stored separately in suitable containers as prescribed, and disposed of as special waste in a technically and environmentally compatible manner
·         Ensure that containers for new / used operation materials are sealed tight
·         In the event of leaks or spills immediately apply a suitable absorbent material and dispose of this in a technically and environmentally compatible manner as special waste

Handling insulating materials
·         Ensure that the work area is well ventilated
·         Keep the work area clean
·         Avoid disturbing dust
·         Dust-suppressing tools and processing steps
·         Remove from packaging only in the work area
·         Exercise particular care when removing old insulating materials
·         Dispose of insulating materials in a technically and environmentally compatible manner
·         If large quantities of dust are created, wear protective glasses
·         Use half or quarter masks
·         Wear suitable work clothing and gloves
·         For sensitive skin, apply moisturizing, protective barrier cream

          1. Purpose of the manual
          2. Layout and function
          3. Correct use of the turbocharger
          4. Essential information
          5. Abbreviations and symbols
          6. Turbocharger rating plate
          1. Basic safety instructions
          2. General safety instructions
          3. Special safety instructions
          4. Safety instructions and hazard protection
          5. Warnings on the turbocharger
          1. Oil supply
          2. Inspection work
          3. Putting into operation after laying up
          1. Servicing work
          2. Monitoring
          3. Emergency mode TPL..VA
          4. Surging of turbocharger
          5. Contact with rotating parts
          6. Shutting the engine down
          1. Foreword to MaintenanceServicing work
          2. Cleaning the filter silencer
          3. Cleaning the compressor during operation
          4. Cleaning turbines and guide blades in operation
          1. Possible remedies for failures
          1. Turbocharger weights
          2. Remove the turbocharger
          3. Installing the turbocharger
          1. Module weights
          2. Remove filter silencer/air suction branch and compressor casing
          3. Removing cartridge group
          4. Axial clearance
          5. Disassembling and assembling the turbine diffuser
          6. Dismantle the VTG unit together with the gas inlet casing
          7. Installing the VTG unit and gas inlet casing
          8. Installing the cartridge group
          9. Install filter silencer/air suction branch and compressor casing
          10. Table of tightening torques
          1. Possibilities for emergency repair
          2. Fitting the cover plate
          3. Blocking the inlets and outlets
          4. Bypass the turbocharger
          1. Taking out of operation for up to 12 months
          2. Taking out of operation for more than 12 months
          1. Ordering spare parts
          2. Directory of part numbers
          3. General view of turbocharger
          4. General view of cartridge group
          5. General view of VTG unit

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