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Table of Contents Section 1: About This Document ....................................................................... 1 Section 2: Safety.................................................................................................. 3 Section 3: Description & Specifications............................................................ 5 3.1 Overview......................................................................................................... 5 3.2 Wireline Skid .................................................................................................. 6 3.2.1 Recorder Cabin ....................................................................................... 6 3.2.2 Controls................................................................................................... 7 3.2.2.1 Left-Hand Side of the Operator Control Panel.............................. 8 3.2.2.2 Right-Hand Control Panel............................................................. 9 3.2.2.3 Hard-Line Communication System............................................. 10 3.2.2.4 Switch Panel............................................................................... 11 3.2.2.5 Power Distribution Panel ............................................................ 12 3.2.3 Dehumidifier .......................................................................................... 13 3.2.4 Storage and Counter Space.................................................................. 13 3.2.4.1 Under Counter Storage .............................................................. 13 3.2.4.2 Drawer Storage .......................................................................... 13 3.2.5 Man Doors............................................................................................. 14 3.2.6 Drawworks Area.................................................................................... 15 3.2.6.1 Drawworks.................................................................................. 17 3.2.6.2 Drawworks Pump, Transmissions, and Motors .......................... 18 3.2.6.3 Brakes ........................................................................................ 18 3.2.6.4 Line Oiler System ....................................................................... 19 3.2.6.5 Overhead Spooler Arm............................................................... 20 3.2.6.6 Ground Reel ............................................................................... 20 3.2.6.7 External Intrinsically Safe Power Outlet ..................................... 21 3.3 Power Pack Components ........................................................................... 22 3.3.1 Overview ............................................................................................... 22 3.3.2 Controls................................................................................................. 25 3.3.2.1 Control Panel ......................................................................... 25 3.3.2.2 Battery Selector Switch .............................................................. 26 3.3.2.3 Gas Detection System................................................................ 26 3.3.3 Diesel Engine ........................................................................................ 27 3.3.4 Electric Generator ................................................................................. 28 3.3.5 Diesel Fuel Tank Elements ................................................................... 29 © LEE SPECIALTIES, 2016

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3.3.6 Hydraulic Tank Elements.......................................................................30 3.3.7 Umbilical Quick Connectors ..................................................................31 3.3.8 110/220VAC Primary Disconnect Panel & Receptacle .........................32 3.4 Rig Power Cord ............................................................................................33 3.4.1 Work Lights............................................................................................33 3.5 Pneumatic System .......................................................................................34 3.6 Specifications...............................................................................................35 Section 4: System Setup & Operation .............................................................39 4.1 Pre-Operation Checks .................................................................................39 4.2 Setup .............................................................................................................44 4.2.1 Ground the System...............................................................................44 4.2.2 Connect Lines Between the Power Pack and Wireline Skids................45 4.2.2.1 Connect Umbilical Lines .............................................................45 4.2.2.2 Connect The Electrical Cable ....................................................46 4.3 Startup Procedures......................................................................................49 4.3.1 Set Controls...........................................................................................49 4.3.2 Startup ...................................................................................................52 4.3.3 Engage the Electrical System................................................................56 4.4 Maintenance During Operation...................................................................58 4.5 Wireline Skid Operations ............................................................................59 4.5.1 Prepare the Drawworks for Operations .................................................59 4.5.1.1 Remove the Drawworks Reinforcement Bar...............................59 4.5.1.2 Extend the Telescopic Overhead Spooling Arm .........................60 4.5.2 Control the Spooler Arm ........................................................................62 4.5.3 Operate Drum Drive ..............................................................................63 4.5.3.1 Rotate the Drum..........................................................................63 4.5.3.2 Stop Drum Rotation ....................................................................65 4.5.4 Applying Line Conditioner......................................................................66 4.6 Emergency Shutdown .................................................................................67 4.6.1 Manual Shutdown in an Emergency Situation.......................................67 4.7 Shutdown Procedure...................................................................................69 4.8 Drawworks Removal Procedure .................................................................74 4.9 How to Install the Drawworks .....................................................................79

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Section 5: Maintenance..................................................................................... 87 5.1 Maintenance Schedules.............................................................................. 87 5.1.1 Daily Maintenance................................................................................. 87 5.1.2 100 Hour/Weekly Maintenance ............................................................. 88 5.1.3 500 Hour/Three Month Maintenance .................................................... 88 5.1.4 1000 Hour/Six Month Maintenance....................................................... 88 5.2 Drive Chain Cleaning and Lubrication ...................................................... 89 5.3 Grease Fitting Locations ............................................................................ 90 5.3.1 Brake System Grease Fittings .............................................................. 90 5.3.2 Drum Grease Fittings ............................................................................ 90 5.3.3 Spooler Arm Assembly Bearings .......................................................... 91 Appendix A: Technical Information ...........................................................................A-1

Spare Parts List............................................................................................ A-1

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Section 1: About This Document This document contains the following information for the Single Drum E-Line System:  System description and specifications 

General safety information

Operation and shut down procedures

Maintenance schedules and procedures

The complete documentation package for the Single Drum E-Line System also contains the following where appropriate and available:  Electrical schematics 

Technical drawings with parts information

Associated equipment manuals

Third-Party component reference information

NOTE: Orientation is taken from the perspective of operators viewing the main control panel.

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Section 2: Safety All personnel must be aware of the dangers related to the operation and maintenance of well site equipment, as well as to site-specific hazards. The following are critical to well site safety:  The wearing of personal protective equipment (PPE)  Regular safety orientations  Correct use and handling of lifting equipment

Hydraulics Pressurized hydraulic systems store energy capable of exerting extreme force. Serious injuries or even death can occur as a result of improper use or mishandling of such equipment. To minimize the dangers of equipment operation and maintenance:  

Perform all required pre-start checks and inspections Ensure that all lines and hoses are connected correctly to prevent any unintended operation of the equipment Shut down the equipment and release pressure from the system before performing any kind of maintenance or disconnecting any hydraulic lines Never use your hands to try and detect a pinhole leak. Always use a piece of wood or cardboard, and wear safety glasses, a face shield, or both

Electrical Ensure that equipment and tools are properly grounded prior to startup and operations. Never touch a tool and test equipment simultaneously. Stand on a dry wooden platform, a rubber mat, or a similar type of insulation when working on tools. Use grounding jumpers that are separate from the AC input lines.

Environmental Some of the fluids used in the operation and maintenance of the equipment can be harmful to the environment if not handled correctly. To minimize risk to the environment: 

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Notice Symbols The following safety notices have been added to this manual, however these notices do not replace proper training on equipment or well site safety procedures. Symbols Symbol

Definition

DANGER! This symbol and paragraph indicate a risk of serious injury or death to personnel.

WARNING! This symbol and paragraph indicate a risk of severe damage to equipment.

CAUTION: This symbol and paragraph indicate a risk of moderate injury to personnel or damage to equipment.

IMPORTANT: This symbol and paragraph indicate a piece of important information.

NOTE:

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Section 3: Description & Specifications Figure 3-1: Single Drum E-Line System

3.1 Overview This Single Drum E-Line System is comprised of a Wireline Skid (part number AM727UU0032) and a Power Pack skid (part number AM751UU0006). The Wireline Skid contains the control cabin and the drawworks portions of the Single Drum E-Line System. The Power Pack skid contains the electric, hydraulic, and pneumatic components that are required to operate the Wireline Skid functions. Setup of the Single Drum E-Line System is simple. Two umbilical lines run between the Power Pack and the Wireline Skids connecting the pneumatic and hydraulic systems. A single power cable connects the electrical system from the Power Pack to the Wireline Skid. The drum and transmission components of the drawworks are removable. This is to allow for easy drum change out, and to reduce the weight of the Wireline Skid. Reducing the Wireline Skid weight assists with setup procedures. The drum has the capacity to hold 6096 m (20,000 ft.) of 5/16 in. E-line. Most of the drawworks mechanical and hydraulic components are contained within the drawworks area to allow for easy access and monitoring. The drawworks area contains various other components such as ground reels, a line oiler tank, and the overhead spooler arm. The power pack uses a Perkins 1104D, 127 hp @ 1800 RPM diesel engine to power the wireline system. Electricity for the wireline skid can be drawn from a 100 amp, 220 volte remote power supply, from the Power Pack’s 100 amp, 20 kW generator, or by way of a 440 volt power cable connected to a remote power supply. Engine related gauges and controls are located at the Power Pack’s control panel. The skids that comprise this wireline system are constructed in adherence to specifications cited in DNV STANDARD FOR CERTIFICATION No. 2.7-1, OFFSHORE CONTAINERS. © LEE SPECIALTIES, 2016

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3.2 Wireline Skid The wireline skid contains the Recorder Cabin and drawworks area.

3.2.1 Recorder Cabin The Recorder Cabin is the wireline system’s operations center. It contains the controls and gauges necessary to effectively operate the Wireline Skid in a safe and efficient manner. The Recorder Cabin contains storage compartments, seating, work spaces, the acquisition system, and amenities to provide a comfortable work environment. The Recorder Cabin is constructed out of aluminum. Walls and the floor contain R-10 rated Styrofoam insulation. The floor is comprised of a plywood base layer overlaid with rubber tiles. Walls, windows, the doors, and other components are keyed to fit the skid frame. Technicians install insulating barriers between dissimilar metals to isolate conduction. This helps to prevent electrolysis, which could cause corrosion. An aluminum plate roof covered with grip tape, steel reinforcement bars, and caged windows assist in protecting the Recorder Cabin from damage during storage and transport, and help to ensure worker safety during operations. Windows are fitted into each of the unit’s doors. The drawworks window is constructed of tempered safety glass for operator protection. A HVAC (Heat Ventilation and Cooling) system is installed in the roof of the Wireline Skid to help maintain a comfortable work space. Operator controls within the Recorder Cabin consist of the following elements:    

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Component gauges Drawworks controls Drum brake controls Electrical controls, outlets, and gauges

  

Emergency shutdown components Spooling arm controls Transmission controls

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3.2.2 Controls Wireline controls, gauges, and displays are located in the Operator Control Panel, which is mounted at working height in front of the operator. These elements facilitate the safe operation of the wireline system. The Operator Control Panel is used for conducting wireline operations. The panels that are located on the console above the Control Panels contains electrical gauges, breakers, and switches. Figure 3-2: Operators Control Panel

Figure 3-3: Switch/Breaker Panel

Figure 3-4: Power Distribution Panel

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3.2.2.1 Left-Hand Side of the Operator Control Panel Figure 3-5: Operator Control Panel - Left-Hand Side

Item

Control/Gauge

Description

1.

SYSTEM AIR PRESSURE gauge

Shows the pneumatic system’s air pressure in PSI and kPa.

2.

AIR HORN control

Press to activate the air horn.

3.

EMGERGENCY SHUT DOWN switch

Press this button in an emergency situation to shutdown the engine and the hydraulic, pneumatic, and electrical systems.

4.

RIG SWITCH

Use this switch in conjunction with a shooting panel to fire perforations.

5.

OVERHEAD SPOOLER RAISE/LOWER control

Moves the measuring head control arm up and down.

6.

DEPTH DISPLAY panel

Backup digital display that shows line speed/depth with internal backup battery.

7.

SPOOLING ARM - LEFT/ RIGHT joystick

Moves the arm horizontally NOTE: The arm will automatically “free spool” when it is not being controlled.

8.

LINE OILER control

Press this button to engage the line oiler air/hydraulic pump.solenoid. NOTE: Supply valve must be open (see heading “3.2.6.4 Line Oiler System” on page 19)

9.

PLANETARY - HIGH/LOW selector switch

This switch allows for placement of the transmission planetary drive into high or low gear. Stop the drum before changing gears.

10.

MOTOR - HIGH/LOW selector switch

This switch allows for placement of the transmission drive motor into high or low gear. Using this control while the drum is in motion is permitted.

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3.2.2.2 Right-Hand Control Panel Figure 3-6: Operator Control Panel - Right-Hand Side

Item

Control/Gauge

Description

1.

HYDRAULIC PRESSURE gauge

Displays drawworks hydraulic pressure. The pressure reading is taken from the motor that drives the drawworks transmission.

2.

PUMP PRESSURE gauge

Displays the drawworks hydrostatic charge pressure.

3.

PUMP PRESSURE CONTROL

Adjusts the pressure at which the drawworks pump destrokes.

4.

DRUM CONTROL UP/DOWN joystick

Rotates the drum. Move the joystick towards the DOWN position to spool line off of the drum and towards the UP position to spool line on to the drum.

5.

SYSTEM UNLOAD

Builds or releases hydraulic pressure for drum functions. When the DRUM CONTROL is in neutral, push this lever down to engage the system.

6.

AIR BRAKE

Push the lever forward to engage the brakes pneumatically.

7.

PARK BRAKE

Pull this lever backward to engage the brakes mechanically.

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3.2.2.3 Hard-Line Communication System Communication between workers in the cabin and the workers outside is safe and efficient with the use of the communication system. It provides two way communication between the command module mounted in the cabin and the portable talk box module. Figure 3-7: Command Module

Item

Control/Gauge

Description

1.

Speaker

Outputs sound from Talk Box to attendant.

2.

PUSH TO TALK switch

Press to communicate with user at Talk Box.

3.

POWER ON/OFF switch

Turns on or shuts off hard-line communication system.

4.

ATTENDANT control

Adjusts output volume of attendants voice to the Talk Box.

5.

ENTRANT control

Adjusts input volume of entrants voice from the Talk Box.

Figure 3-8: Talk Box

Item

Control/Gauge

Description

1.

PWR OFF/ PWR ON toggle switch

Turns power on or off at the hands-free, Talk Box module.

2.

ALARM button

Press in an emergency to warn workers of dangerous situations.

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3.2.2.4 Switch Panel The Switch Panel mounts in the console located directly above the operator control panels. It is the center panel of three panels. The Switch Panel allows to turn lights on in the drawworks area and in the Recorder Cabin. It also contains breakers and switches for the 12VDC electrical circuit and for the 110VAC electrical circuit. Figure 3-9: Switch Panel Elements

Item

Control/Gauge

Description

12VDC CIRCUIT 1.

BACKUP DEPTH 5A

5 amp breaker switch to protect the both the main and backup depth displays.

2.

RED/WHITE LIGHT 10A

10 amp breaker protecting the red/white light circuit. This light is located above the Operator Control Panel.

3.

OIL/SHIFTER 10A

10 amp breaker protecting the line oiler pump/air solenoid, the PLANETARY HI/LOW shifter switch, and the MOTOR HI/LOW shifter switch. It is also the power supply for the over tension relay for the DRUM CONTROL joystick that determines line speed and direction.

4.

CEILING LIGHTS FRONT 10A

10 amp switch protecting the front LED interior Recorder Cabin lights.

5.

CEILING LIGHTS REAR 10A

10 amp switch protecting the back LED interior Recorder Cabin lights.

110VAC CIRCUIT 6.

OUTSIDE LIGHTS 5A

5 amp switch protecting the external LED drawworks lights.

7.

12VDC CONVERTER 15A

15 amp breaker protecting the 12VDC to 110 VAC power converter.

8.

FRONT OUTLET 15A

15 amp breaker protecting the 110 volt outlet that is mounted in the wall, to the right of the Operator Control Panel.

9.

DEHUMIDIFIER 15A

15 amp breaker protecting the dehumidifier.

10.

DESK OUTLET 15A

15 amp breaker protecting the three 110 volt outlets mounted in the wall at the rear of the Cabin.

11.

RACK OUTLET 15A

15 amp breaker protecting the banana-style electrical outlets located behind the acquisition system rack.

12.

A/C 20A

20 amp breaker protecting the roof-mounted heating, ventilating and air conditioning unit.

13.

OUTSIDE OUTLET 20A

20 amp breaker protecting the external GFI protected 110 volt electrical outlet located below the Primary Disconnect Switch.

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Power Distribution Panel

Monitor the Power Distribution Panel during operations to make sure there are no problems with the unit’s electrical system. The Power Distribution Panel consists of one VOLTAGE and one AMPERE LED displays for each of the two lines. There is also a frequency meter and an hour meter, which displays the total length of time that the cabin electrical system has been active. Figure 3-10: Power Distribution Panel Elements

Item

Control/Gauge

Description

1.

L1 VOLTAGE display

Displays volts AC for line 1 (approximately 110 volts).

2.

L1 AMPERAGE display

Displays line 1 amperage (varies with electrical load).

3.

FREQUENCY meter

Frequency of the electrical system in Hz (60 Hz (+/-) 3 Hz is acceptable).

4.

L2 VOLTAGE display

Displays volts AC for line 2 (approximately 110 volts).

5.

L2 AMPERAGE display

Displays line 2 amperage (varies with electrical load).

6.

HOURS meter

Displays the total number of hours that the cabin has been electrically connected.

7.

MAIN BREAKERS 50A breaker

50 amp circuit breaker to protect all cabin electrical circuits. It is also used to disconnect the cabin electrical system during shutdown.

8.

MAIN BREAKERS 30A triple breaker

30 amp circuit breaker to protect and control the 3 phase, 440 volt rig power circuit.

9.

CAUTION identifier

Caution reads: DISCONNECT POWER BEFORE OPENING THIS PANEL.

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3.2.3 Dehumidifier The dehumidifier is mounted beneath the rear counter next to the bank of drawers. It decreases the amount of water vapor in the Recorder Cabin. It uses external piping to automatically drain any collected water out of the Cabin. Please see the dehumidifier installation and maintenance guide in “Appendix B: OEM Components”.

3.2.4 Storage and Counter Space The Recorder Cabin contains storage and counters that allow employees to work comfortably while staying organized. 3.2.4.1 Under Counter Storage There are two storage compartments that are located under the counters that are located on either end of the Operators Control Panel. Each compartment is fitted with a locking handle to secure items within the compartments. 3.2.4.2 Drawer Storage There is a set of four drawers that are located at the back of the Cabin, under the acquisition system rack and next to the humidifier. The drawer handles act as locks to secure drawers in the closed position during transport. Figure 3-11: Drawers

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3.2.5 Man Doors Two doors are located on either side of the Recorder Cabin. They allow cabin entrance and departure. In emergency situations, this two-door system provides a secondary egress point in emergency situations. The doors are each fitted with a window that opens and each of these windows is protected by a mesh to assist in protecting the window. The doors have refrigerator style locking handles to assist in sealing the Cabin and to secure it when the Single Drum E-Line System is not in operation. Each door is insulated to help in keeping the room temperature at a comfortable level. To further secure and protect the Recorder Cabin during transport, each door is secured by removable cross members. Remove the cross members from both doors prior to operations. Figure 3-12: Man Door

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3.2.6 Drawworks Area Figure 3-13: Left-Hand Side Drawworks Area Elements

Item

Element

Description

1.

Protective tarp

The tarp protects the drawworks area from damage and the elements during transport and storage.

2.

Overhead spooling

Pneumatically actuated, two-piece telescopic measuring head arm.

3.

Collector ring guard

Protects the collector ring assembly from damage.

4.

Umbilical connections

Allows for connection of the umbilical lines for 12 volt electrical, pneumatic, and hydraulic power between the Power Pack and Wireline skids.

5.

Primary disconnect switch and electrical inlet receptacle

Allows workers to plug in the power cable between the Power Pack and Wireline skids to provide power to the Recorder Cabin.

6.

Drawworks window

A tempered safety glass window to protect the operator during operations.

7.

Drawworks drum

The drawworks drum has a maximum wireline capacity of 6096 m (20,000 ft) of 5/16 inch E-line.

8.

110VAC electrical outlet with GFCI (ground-fault circuit interrupter) protection

This 110VAC external electrical outlet provides power for 110 volt equipment and tools while protecting the electrical system from damage.

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Figure 3-14: Right-Hand Side Drawworks Area Elements

Item

Element

Description

1.

Air Cylinder for the Overhead Spooling Arm

Pneumatically raises and lowers the overhead spooling arm.

2.

Recorder Cabin Man Door

Allows entrance and egress from the Recorder Cabin.

3.

Hydraulic oil (spray bar) reservoir assembly

Contains spray bar fluid to be applied during wireline operations and is fitted with a pump to pressurize the fluid.

4.

Grey ground reel

The gray reel contains 100 ft. of cable and clamps that allow workers to electrically ground the wireline system.

5.

Yellow ground reel

The yellow ground reel is an auxiliary reel.

6.

OFFSHORE CONTAINER DATA PLATE DNV 2.7-1

Contains pertinent information on the manufacturer, the serial number, maximum gross weight, and design temperature.

7.

OFFSHORE CONTAINER INSPECTION PLATE 2.7-1

Contains information on the equipment owner, maximum gross weight, product certificate number, and inspection history.

8.

Drawworks guard

Protects the drawworks during transport and storage.

9.

Pillow block bearings

There are two pillow block bearings, one on either side of the drum. They bear the weight of the drum and wireline and allow the drum to rotate freely.

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3.2.6.1 Drawworks Pins and quick connection hoses allow for the removal of the drawworks component to facilitate setup and transport. This unit comes with a spreader bar and slings that evenly distribute the weight of the drawworks during removal. The working load limit of the spreader bar is 3515 kg (7750 lbs). The drawworks component of the Single Drum E-Line System contains a single closed loop, hydraulically driven winch system. The drawworks drum can accommodate 6096 m (20,000 ft.) of 5/16 in. E-line. A twospeed, Fairfield planetary drive provides a wide range of drum speeds and torque. Figure 3-15: E-Line Drum

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3.2.6.2 Drawworks Pump, Transmissions, and Motors The drawworks system is driven by a two speed hydraulic motor that has a 160cc/rev displacement under normal operations and has a 49cc/rev whenever the high-speed solenoid is engaged. The motor is mounted to a two-speed planetary reducer that is in turn mounted to a 6:1 fixed planetary reducer. The motor is powered hydraulically by a 55cc axial piston pump. The minimum drum speed is 0.49–0.91 m/min (1.6–3.0 ft/ min) while the max speed is 70–137 m/min (230–450 ft/min). Figure 3-16: Transmission Assembly

3.2.6.3 Brakes A band brake system is used to stop drum rotation. The brake pots used for pneumatic actuation are mounted to the bottom, rear of the drawworks assembly. The braking system is activated mechanically or pneumatically from levers located on the right-hand side of the Operator Control Panel. Pull back on the PARK BRAKE levers to engage the brakes mechanically and push forward on the AIR BRAKE lever to engage the brakes pneumatically. Figure 3-17: Brake Pots

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3.2.6.4 Line Oiler System The 13 L (3.5 US gal) HYDRAULIC OIL (spray bar) reservoir is located at the frontright of the Wireline Skid. It has an oiler pump/air solenoid. The oiler pump sends charged oil to the spray line where pressurized air mixes with the oil to deliver a fine mist to coat wireline through the nozzle bar. In the Recorder Cabin, the line oiler pump is controlled by the LINE CONDITIONER button that is located on the left-hand side of the Control Panel. Use the regulator mounted under the dash to adjust the line oiler air pressure. Figure 3-18: Spray Bar

Figure 3-19: Line Conditioner Tank and Pump

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Overhead Spooler Arm

The Overhead Spooler Arm mounts to the drawworks frame in front of the Recorder Cab. The Arm is used to guide the wireline on to and off of the drum. The Spooler Arm is telescopic. Unpin, slide the Arm out, and re-pin to place the Arm in the work position. Un-pin the Arm, slide it in, and re-pin to place the arm in the stow position. 3.2.6.6

Ground Reel

Ground cables reduce the chance of damage to electrical components in the event of power surges. They also act as a safeguard reducing the chance of static discharge in potentially combustible atmospheres. The ground lines must connect to ground points that are in compliance with local government and industry regulations, standards, and specifications. The yellow reel is an auxiliary reel. The grey reel contains the ground cable and it is mounted to the left-hand side of the drawworks area. It contains 30.5 m (100 ft.) of ground cable. DANGER! Never operate the wireline system without first observing correct grounding procedures as per local government and industry specifications. Failure to correctly gound the wireline system could result in an electrical shock that could cause injury or death. Figure 3-20: Grey Reel - Primary Ground Reel, Yellow Reel - Auxiliary Ground Reel

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3.2.6.7 External Intrinsically Safe Power Outlet An intrinsically save power outlet is mounted to the left-hand side of the drawworks frame. The outlet has a GFCI (Ground Fault Circuit Interrupter) to protect workers and the electrical system from shock. This outlet supplies 110 volt, 20 amp power and can only be used with an Appleton ECP2023 20A 2W3P 15V Hazardous Location plug. Figure 3-21: External Intrinsically Safe Power Outlet

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3.3 Power Pack Components

3.3.1 Overview The Power Pack provides hydraulic, pneumatic and electric power to the Wireline Skid. Most controls necessary to operate the Power Pack are found in the Power Pack Control Panel. The Power Pack skid is constructed of mild steel and is fitted with aluminum panels to protect it during storage and transport. It is constructed in adherence with specifications cited in DNV STANDARD FOR CERTIFICATION No. 2.7-1, OFFSHORE CONTAINERS. The dimensions of the Power Pack are 2.21 x 1.46 x 2.04 m (7.25 x 4.79 x 6.69 ft.) [LxWxH] and it has an MGW (Maximum Gross Weight) of approximately 2949 kg (6500 lb). Contained within the Power Pack is the diesel engine along with most of the pumps and motors required for system operations. In addition, the Power Pack contains the electric generator, DIESEL fuel tank, HYDRAULIC OIL tank, and air tank.

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Figure 3-22: Power Pack Elements - Control Panel View

Item

Element

Description

1.

Spreader bar & umbilical line storage

The spreader bar required for drum removal and the umbilical lines are secured in the headache rack when not in use.

2.

HYDRAULIC OIL tank

143 L (37 US gal) hydraulic tank for drawworks, steering, and generator functions.

3.

DIESEL fuel tank

113 L (30 US gal) diesel fuel tank for the engine.

4.

Gear pump

This 11cc gear pump is for the Control Arm steering assist.

5.

Generator pump

This hydraulic pump powers the generator.

6.

Battery boxes

These battery boxes keep the 12 volt batteries safe and dry.

7.

Axial piston pump

This hydraulic pump powers the drawworks system.

8.

Diesel engine

The diesel engine drives the mechanical, pneumatic, and electrical components of the wireline system.

9.

Power Pack Control Panel

This control panel allows operation of the engine and the generator.

10.

EMERGENCY SHUT-DOWN

Press in an emergency to shut down the Power Pack.

11.

Ladder

This ladder provides access to the storage space where the spreader bar and umbilical liens are housed.

12.

Spark arrestor

The spark arrestor ensures that sparks do not reach atmosphere and reduces the possibility of the Power Pack becoming an ignition source.

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Figure 3-23: Power Pack Elements - Control Panel View

Item

Element

Description

1.

Primary Disconnect Switch

Sealed electrical connection that supplies power between the Power Pack and the Wireline skid.

2.

110VAC Receptacle with GFCI

External 110 volt electrical receptacle with ground fault circuit interrupter protection.

3.

OFFSHORE CONTAINER DATA PLATE DNV 2.7-1

Contains pertinent information on the manufacturer, the serial number, maximum gross weight, and design temperature.

4.

OFFSHORE CONTAINER INSPECTION PLATE 2.7-1

Contains information on the equipment owner, maximum gross weight, product certificate number, and inspection history.

5.

Umbilical connections

Umbilical line connection points for electrical, pneumatic, and hydraulic power between the Power Pack and Wireline skids.

6.

Generator motor

This 55cc hydraulic motor drives the generator.

7.

Generator

20 kW generator providing 110/220VAC electric power.

8.

Oil Cooler

Cools system hydraulic oil to improve efficiency.

9.

Compressed air tank

1490 cu cm. air tank for skid pneumatic functions.

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3.3.2 Controls The Power Pack contains numerous controls that assist in the start up and safe operation of the wireline system. 3.3.2.1 Control Panel Figure 3-24: Controls and Gauges on the Power Pack Control Panel

Item

Control/Gauge

Description

1.

THROTTLE

Controls the speed of the diesel engine  Turn counter-clockwise to increase engine speed  Turn clockwise to decrease engine speed

2.

ENGINE START Switch

Once the MASTER SWITCH is in the ON position, turn and hold the ENGINE START switch in the START position to start the engine.

3.

ENGINE STOP Indicator Light

Lit when a major problem is detected by the ECU (Engine Control Unit. CAUTION: Immediately stop the engine to prevent damage.

4.

ENGINE WARNING Indicator Light

Lit when there is a non-critical problem detected by the engine. Normal operations can continue. Check engine when possible.

5.

GLOW PLUGS Indicator Light

This indicator light goes off when the engine glow plugs are warm enough for workers to start the engine.

6.

GENERATOR ON/OFF Switch

Use this switch to turn the generator on and off.

7.

MASTER SWITCH

ON - power directed to engine | OFF - cuts off power to engine

8.

INSTRUMENTATION Pull Breaker Switch

10 amp breaker protecting the THROTTLE electrical circuit.

9.

ENGINE Pull Breaker Switch

10 amp breaker switch protecting ECU circuits.

10.

WORK LIGHTS Toggle Breaker Switch

Breaker protecting Power Pack LED circuits.  ON - Turns the Power Pack LED work lights on.  OFF - Turns the Power Pack LED work lights off.

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3.3.2.2 Battery Selector Switch The Battery Selector Switch is mounted to the frame of the Power Pack and, when looking at the front side of the Power Pack, its access compartment is at the bottom, left of the skid. It is a four position switch that allows operators to choose one or both of the 12VDC batteries to use to start the engine with and to run 12 volt components. The four positions of the Battery Master Switch are:  

OFF – cuts power from both batteries 1 – provides power only from the left battery

 

BOTH – provides power from both batteries 2 – provides power only from the right battery

Figure 3-25: Battery Selector Switch

3.3.2.3 Gas Detection System The Lower Explosive Limit (LEL) hydrocarbon detection system is mounted to the left of the Power Pack Control Panel and is accessed from the Control Panel access panel. The gas detection system samples the air for hydrocarbons. If it detects hydrocarbons above a certain limit, it will shut down the engine. Please see the gas detection system manual in “Appendix B: OEM Components” for instructions on how to set the system detection limit. Figure 3-26: Gas Detection System

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3.3.3 Diesel Engine A Perkins liquid-cooled,88.5 HP diesel engine powers the wireline system’s mechanical, pneumatic, and electrical functions. It has a maximum, factory set speed of 1900 RPM and is controlled by way of the THROTTLE control that is located in the Power Pack Control Panel. Attached to the diesel engine are various pumps that power the hydraulic systems responsible for powering the generator, operating the drawworks and the steering assist functions. See “Appendix B: OEM Components” to view the diesel engine operator and maintenance manual. Figure 3-27: 1104D Perkins Diesel Engine

The engine’s electrical system is protected by a 40 amp breaker that is located in the Power Pack Control Panel and labeled ENGINE. Two automatic shutdown systems are fitted to the engine. One is a gas detection system and the other is an over speed detection system. The over speed system engages the engine air shut off valve to shut down the engine if engine speed reaches 2100 RPM, which is 200 RPM over the engine’s maximum factory set speed. Figure 3-28: Over Speed Detection Device

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3.3.4 Electric Generator A Magna Plus 110/220 VAC, 20 kW generator supplies the Wireline Skid with electricity when the Power Pack is used as the source of electricity. A 100cc, axial piston pump is driven by the diesel engine. The pump powers a 55cc, fixed displacement motor that, in turn, powers the generator. The generator is fitted with an hour meter. The hour meter is located within the generator housing. It shows how many hours the generator has been in use. In addition, within the generator housing, there is a dual breaker. This breaker assists in protecting the Line 1 and Line 2 electrical circuits from damage. A third, 20 amp breaker is also present within the generator. Its purpose is to protect the Power Pack’s 110VAC GFCI protected electrical outlet. Figure 3-29: Electric Generator

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3.3.5 Diesel Fuel Tank Elements NOTE: The 113 L (30 US gal) diesel tank supplies fuel to the diesel engine that in turn powers the entire wireline system. At the top of the fuel tank is the tank fill cap. Other tank elements include the sight-glass, used to gauge the amount of fuel in the tank; the supply valve, that you must open prior to engine startup; and the water drain reservoir, used to drain any water from the fuel system. The water bleef-off valve is located under the tank. Figure 3-30: Fuel Tank - Top View

1. Vented fill cap 2. Tank clean-out cover

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3.3.6 Hydraulic Tank Elements The 143 L (38 US gal) hydraulic tank site glass is used to indicate the amount of hydraulic fluid in the hydraulic tank. The water drain reservoir (located beneath the hydraulic tank) is used to drain off any water in the hydraulic system. Two gate valves fitted to the tank’s base control the supply of hydraulic oil to the closed loop drum hydraulic circuit, the open loop generator circuit, and the steering pump circuit. To open the valves, turn the handle in a counter-clockwise direction. Figure 3-31: Hydraulic Tank - Top View

1. Tank clean out cover 2. Vented fill cap

3. Sight glass

Figure 3-32: Hydraulic Tank - Bottom View

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3.3.7 Umbilical Quick Connectors Umbilical connection panels are located on both the wireline skid and the Power Pack. They allow the umbilical lines to connect the hydraulic, pneumatic, and electrical systems between the Power Pack and the wireline skid. There are two umbilical lines and both are stored on the roof of the Power Pack. Protective caps keep the connections clean and protected when lines are not connected. Each connection contains a thumb-lock. It assists in ensuring the lines cannot come apart during operations. Umbilical lines are 10.6 m (35 ft.) in length. Figure 3-33: Power Pack Umbilical Connectors

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3.3.8 110/220VAC Primary Disconnect Panel & Receptacle DANGER! An electrical shock can cause injury or death. When working on the electrical system, ensure that it is disconnected and de-energized.

The Power Pack contains an intrinsically safe 220 volt electrical junction box with a 220 volt receptacle. This receptacle is located on the right-hand side of the Power Pack Skid. On the side of the junction box is a disconnect switch. The switch must be in the OFF position to insert the cable plug. The switch must be placed in the ON position to complete the electrical connection. When the disconnect switch is in the ON position, the disconnect panel cannot be opened. When the panel door is open, the disconnect switch cannot be placed in the ON position. The disconnect switch cannot be placed in the ON position if the plug is not correctly inserted into the receptacle. There is a 12.2 m (40 ft) long electrical cable stored in the storage area on top of the Power Pack roof. This cable has a keyed plug that inserts into the Power Pack’s intrinsically safe power receptacle. The power cable cannot become energized until the plug is locked into the receptacle. When the Power Pack’s generator is used as the power source, the cable is connected between the disconnect panel on the Power Pack and the Wireline skids. A 20 amp, 110 volt external power receptacle is located to the right of the primary disconnect panel. The receptacle will only accept an Appleton ECP2023 20A 2W3P 125V Hazardous Location plug. When inserting a plug into this receptacle, it must be turned to the right, locking it in position and completing the circuit. This receptacle is protected by a 20 amp breaker that is located within the generator housing. The external power receptacle and connected power line is further protected by a GFCI (ground fault circuit interrupter). Press the RESET button if the GFCI is tripped. Figure 3-34: Primary Disconnect Panel (left), External 110VAC Power Receptacle (Right)

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3.4 Rig Power Cord The rig power cord allows for the connection of the Wireline Skid directly to a 440VAC, 3 phase power source. This 440VAC/3 phase cable connects to the 30 Amp breaker in the electrical panel located above the operator console. The 30 Amp breaker is wired only to the terminal strip below the acquisition system counter and is used to provide power for running downhole tractor services. DANGER! Always ensure the wireline system is grounded and the electrical source is isolated prior to connecting electrical cables. Figure 3-35: Power Cable on Wireline Skid

3.4.1 Work Lights The Wireline Skid’s interior work lights run on 12 VDC, while, exterior work lights run on 110 VAC. They can be turned on by way of the Switch Panel (heading 3.2.2.4 “Switch Panel” on page 11) that is mounted above the Operator Control Panel provided the electrical system is engaged. See heading 4.3.3 “Engage the Electrical System” on page 56 for more information. The Power Pack Skid’s work lights are controlled from the Power Pack Control Panel. Once the battery switch is in the 1, 2, or BOTH positions, the WORK LIGHTS toggle can be switched to the on position.

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3.5 Pneumatic System The overhead spooler arm, the air brakes, the line oiler assembly, the positive air shutdown, and the horn all run off of the pneumatic system. Air is pressurized by a compressor that is fitted to the diesel engine. This air is then held in an air tank until it is required. Figure 3-36: Air Tank

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3.6 Specifications Table 3-1: Single Drum E-Line System Specifications Specification Group

Specification

Details

GENERAL SYSTEM INFORMATION System Operating Parameters

Temperature Range:

-20°C to +40°C (-4°F to +104°F)

Wireline Skid

Lee Part No.:

AM727UU0032

Certification:

STANDARD FOR CERTIFICATION No. DNV 2.7-1, OFFSHORE CONTAINERS

Length:

447.1 cm (176 in.)

Width:

212.1 cm (83-1/2 in.)

Height:

275.8 cm (108-3/16 in.)

Weights: (approximate)

  

Construction: Transportation:

Aluminum cab, mild steel frame  

Power Pack

Stainless steel engraved control panels

Containment:

Built-in drip tray

Lee Part No.:

AM751UU0006

Certification:

STANDARD FOR CERTIFICATION No. DNV 2.7-1, OFFSHORE CONTAINERS

Length:

220.7 cm (86-7/8 in.)

Width:

146.1 cm (57-1/2 in.)

Height:

203.4 cm (80-5/16 in.)   

Construction: Transportation:

MGW = 2949 kg (6500 lb) TARE = 862 kg (1900 lb) PAYLOAD = 2087 kg (4600 lb)

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Fork lift pockets Four-Point sling lift eyes

Controls:

Weights: (approximate)

E-Line Drawworks Assembly

RATING = 7031 kg (15500 lb) TARE = 1430 kg (3153 lb) PAYLOAD = 5601 kg (12347 lb)

Fork lift pockets Four-Point sling lift eyes

Controls:

Stainless Steel engraved control panel

Lee Part No.:

AM727UU0056

Line Capacity:

6096 m (20,000 ft.) of 5/16 in. E-Line

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Specification

Details

PUMPS Drawworks Hydraulic pump

Generator Hydraulic Pump

Gear Pump for Steering Pump

Lee Part No.:

PM735UU0464

Manufacturer:

Sauer Danfoss

Model No.:

90R055HFRBC80P4S1C00GBAXXXX24

Type:

Series 90, axial piston pump

Output:

55cc

Lee Part No.:

PM735UU3792

Manufacturer:

Sauer Danfoss

Model No.:

ERL100BL52520NNN3SIAPAINNNNINNNNN

Type:

Series 45, E frame, closed circuit, axial piston pump

Output:

100cc

Lee Part No.:

PM810UU0788

Manufacturer:

Sauer Danfoss

Model No.:

SNP2

Type:

Group 2 Gear Pump

Output:

11cc - steering pump

MOTORS & ENGINES Engine Refer to the diesel engine manual for more information.

Drawworks Hydraulic Motor

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Lee Part No.:

PM735UU3794

Type:

4 cylinder, liquid cooled, diesel

Manufacturer:

Perkins

Model:

1104D

Horsepower:

88.5 HP

Lee Part No.:

PM735UU3913

Type:

Two-speed bent axis pump (160 cc/rev in normal mode | 49 cc/rev in high speed)

Manufacturer:

Sauer Danfoss

Model:

H1B160AAE1AANBTBVSENNA10NN049Z00 NNN

Motor Displacement (cc/rev)

Low - 160cc Medium - 160cc High - 49cc

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Specification

Details

MOTORS & ENGINES 2-Speed Planetary Reducer

Fixed Planetary Reducer

Generator Hydraulic Motor

Lee Part.: No

PM735UU3922

Type:

Two-speed planetary reduction

Manufacturer:

Fairfield

Model:

T2A5C44H

Gear Ratio:

Low - 4.09:1 Medium - 1:1 High - 1:1

Lee Part.: No

PM735UU3921

Type:

6:1 final drive planetary reduction

Manufacturer:

Fairfield

Model:

S6A7556

Gear Ratio:

Low - 6:1 Medium - 6:1 High - 1:1

Lee Part No.:

PM735UU0349

Manufacturer:

Sauer Danfoss

Type:

Series 90 - 55cc fixed displacement, piston motor In-line, axial piston, closed loop, positive displacement

GENERATOR Generator

Lee Part No.:

PM735UU1398

Manufacturer:

MagnaPlus

Type:

20 kW, 120/240, three phase

Continuous Output:

60 Hz @ 1800 RPM

Rated Output Watts:

20 kW

Frequency:

60 hz (operational tolerance ± 3 Hz)

TANKS Air Tank (at Power Pack)

Lee Part No.:

PM751UU0420

Volume:

1490 cu cm. (90.9 cu in.)

HYDRAULIC tank (at Power Pack)

Lee Part No.:

AM816UU0083

Volume:

143 L (38 US gal)

DIESEL tank (at Power Pack)

Lee Part No.:

AM817UU0051

Volume:

113 L (30 US gal)

Lee Part No.:

AM727UU0049

Volume:

13 L (3.5 US gal)

LINE CONDITIONER OILER tank

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Details

CYLINDERS Spooler Arm Cylinder

Steering Cylinder

Lee Part No.:

AM735UU3106

Type:

Pneumatic, 4-1/2 in. bore x 10 in. stroke with cushion

Lee Part No.:

PM735UU0592

Type:

Hydraulic, 2.5 in. bore x 8 in. stroke x 1.5 in. rod

MISCELLANEOUS Oil Cooler (located in the Power Pack)

Fluids *The specifications noted here are taken from the Perkins Operation and Maintenance Manual, 1103 and 1104E Engines. Refer to that manual for more information.

Lee Part No.:

PM735UU0558

Manufacturer:

AKG

Model No.:

30-12

Hydraulic oil

Havoline, Automatic Transmission Fluid - MD3

Engine oil*

15W-40 SAE (See the engine manufacturer’s Operation & Maintenance Manual for more information.

The following fuel specs are permitted*

Engine coolant*

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ASTM D975-91 Class 1D NATO F63  JP7, Mil T38219 NOTE: according to the manufacturer: “These fuels should have a wear scar value of 650 micrometers maximum *HFRR to ISO 12156-1.*”  

50% coolant to 50% water solution will protect engine up to -36°C,and a 60/40 solution will protect the engine up to -51°C

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Section 4: System Setup & Operation 4.1 Pre-Operation Checks Perform these checks prior to starting and operating the wireline system. Following these checks helps to ensure safe operation of this wireline system. DANGER! Failure to perform the following inspections and tasks could result in injury, death, equipment shutdown, and equipment damage.

1. Verify all components required for safe operation are present and accounted for. 2. Equipment placement is determined by the site manager, and must be in accordance with local government, safety, and company regulations. 3. Inspect your equipment: a. Look and feel for broken or loose equipment. Replace damaged components or correct problems prior to operation. DANGER! DO NOT operate equipment if shields are damaged or missing. Fix or replace damaged shields prior to startup.

b. Ensure all guards and shields are in place. DANGER! Exposed wiring has the potential to cause a spark which could ignite a flammable atmosphere causing an explosion that could result in damage to equipment, injury, or death.

c. Look and feel for loose fasteners, worn drive belts, damaged drive chain, loose clamps, frayed or exposed wires, and loose cable glands. Correct any problems prior to startup. d. Inspect water separation wells at the hydraulic and fuel tanks, drain as necessary. Water separation wells are located at the bottom of the DIESEL and HYDRAULIC tanks that are located on the Power Pack.

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4. At the Power Pack, make sure that the water drain valve that is located on the air tank is closed.

5. Check the fuel level and hydraulic oil level and fill as necessary. NOTE: The DIESEL tank has a valve at its base that can be used to prevent diesel fuel from leaking out of the tank if the site glass is somehow damaged. Ensure that the valve is open in order to correctly gauge the fuel level.

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6. Remove the four pins securing the drawworks guard to the front of the drawworks frame.

7. Unhook the guard from the reinforcement bar and remove it.

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8. At the Wireline Skid drawworks, use a 7/16 inch socket wrench and remove the transmission assembly guard. Then check the transmissions oil level and fill as necessary. See the transmission manual in “Appendix B: OEM Components”. Replace the guard and bolts before commencing with operations.

9. At the wireline skid, check the amount of line conditioner in the Line Conditioner reservoir. Fill as necessary.

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10. Remove the safety pins securing both doors’ cross members to the skid frame and then remove the cross members.

11. Unfasten the buckles and remove the tarp from the top of the Wireline Skid frame.

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4.2 Setup The following information explains how to setup the wireline system. NOTE: The following procedures assume that all pre-operation checks have been followed (see heading 4.1 “Pre-Operation Checks” on page 39). These procedures also assume that the wireline system has been spotted as per local laws and regulations.

4.2.1 Ground the System DANGER! In an explosive atmosphere, failure to correctly ground this system could result in an explosion. Such an explosion could result in injury, death, and damage to equipment. IMPORTANT: Electrically ground the wireline system in accordance with local government, industry, and company regulations.

1. From the ground cable reel, pull the clamp end of the ground cable to a suitable ground point.

2. Use the spring-style clamp end to connect to the ground point as per site requirements, local regulations, and company policy.

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4.2.2 Connect Lines Between the Power Pack and Wireline Skids The following procedures explain how to connect the Single Drum E-Line System skids together. The procedures are fairly simple as only three lines need to be connected together, one electrical cable, and two umbilical lines. The umbilical lines contain hydraulic, pneumatic, mechanical, and electrical lines. 4.2.2.1 Connect Umbilical Lines This procedure assumes that the Wireline and Power Pack skids are positioned on site no more than 10 meters (30 feet) from each other. 1. Remove the umbilical lines from the storage point on top of the Power Pack roof. 2. Visually inspect the umbilical plugs for dirt and debris. Use a rag to wipe away any foreign matter. WARNING! Never use a damaged umbilical cord. Use of a damaged cord can cause equipment damage.

3. Inspect the plug for damage. 4. Remove the two umbilical connector plate covers from the right-hand side of the Power Pack Skid. Press the red thumb button under the lever handle and pull the connector lever towards you then pull off the cover. 5. With the umbilical connector handle still drawn forward, plug the umbilical line into the connection panel and push the handle forward until it locks. Repeat this step for both lines. NOTE: If the handle won’t push forward, wiggle the plug until you feel it seat and then push the handle forward again.

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7. Plug the umbilical lines into the umbilical connections and lock them in place. 4.2.2.2

Connect The Electrical Cable DANGER! This procedure assumes the wireline system is ground (heading “4.2.1 Ground the System” on page 44). Failure to ground the system could result in injury and death.

1. Remove the electrical cable from the storage point on top of the Power Pack roof. 2. From the left-hand side of the Wireline Skid, plug the electric cable into the Primary Disconnect Switch power receptacle. NOTE: The plug is slotted and the receptacle is keyed. Make sure to align the slot with the key when inserting the plug into the receptacle.

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3. Screw the plug collar on the threads tightly to secure the plug in place. NOTE: If the connection cannot be plugged in, check to ensure that the panel door is closed and latched, and ensure the Switch is in the OFF position.

4. From the right-hand side of the Power Pack, plug the electric cable into the power receptacle.

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5. Keep the Primary Disconnect Switches in the OFF positions.

6. DO NOT turn the Primary Disconnect Switches to the ON position until after the Power Pack and generator are running. CAUTION: Placing the switch in the ON position before starting the Power Pack and running the generator could damage the electrical system.

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4.3 Startup Procedures These procedures assume that all tasks and inspections called out in heading “4.1 Pre-Operation Checks” on page 39 have been followed. They also assume that the wireline system is electrically ground (see heading “4.2.1 Ground the System” on page 44,) and that the skids are umbilical lines and electric cables are connected (see heading “4.2.2 Connect Lines Between the Power Pack and Wireline Skids” on page 45.)

4.3.1 Set Controls 1. At the Power Pack, open the fuel supply valve that is located on the back of the DIESEL tank.

2. Open the hydraulic supply valves. They are located behind the HYDRAULIC tank.

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3. At the control panel inside of the Recorder Cab, set the controls as follows: a. Set the SYSTEM UNLOAD lever in the vertical (unloaded) position.

b. Rotate the PUMP PRESSURE CONTROL counter-clockwise (turn the top of the control to the left) until there is no tension on the control.

c. Engage the PARK BRAKE by pulling it back.

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4. From the Switch/Breaker Panel that is mounted to the overhead console, make sure that all of the light switches are in the off positions.

5. Ensure the MAIN BREAKERS switches are in the OFF positions. These switches are located in the Power Distribution Panel that is mounted in the overhead console.

6. At the Power Pack, push in the EMERGENCY SHUT-DOWN button to ensure that the emergency shutdown system is disengaged.

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4.3.2 Startup This procedure also assumes that the pre-operation checks (see heading 4.1 “PreOperation Checks” on page 39) and setup procedures have been followed (see heading 4.2 “Setup” on page 44.) 1. If the engine has not been started for a while or the fuel filter has been changed, the hand fuel priming pump that is mounted on the primary fuel filter housing may need to be used. Workers can access this pump from the back of the skid.

2. Place the Battery Selector Switch in the 1, BOTH, or 2 position to connect power.

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3. Turn the MASTER SWITCH to the ON position.

4. Monitor the GLOW PLUG indicator light for a few seconds. If the light is lit, then wait for the light to go off. NOTE: Glow plug warming is an automatic operation performed by the Engine Control Unit that is based on engine temperature and on ambient temperature.

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5. Once the glow plugs are warmed, turn the ENGINE START switch to the START position. Hold it there for 5 seconds or until the engine starts.

NOTE: If the engine doesn’t turn over, ensure the 40 amp ENGINE breaker is pressed all of the way in.

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NOTE: If the engine turns over but will not start, the emergency air shutdown valve may be engaged. Pull the valve lever out to open the valve. Workers can access the emergency shutdown valve through an access panel at the front of the Power Pack, right below the Control Panel.

6. Once the engine starts, let it run unloaded for 5-10 minutes. DANGER! NEVER use your hands or any body part to test for leaks. Fluids under high pressure can cause serious injuries. WARNING! DO NOT operate equipment if leaks are found. Shutdown the system and correct leaks before continuing with operations.

7. While the engine is idling, inspect the entire system for leaks. 8. From the Power Pack Control Panel, use the THROTTLE control to increase engine speed to between 1300–1800 RPM. NOTE: Engine speed is displayed on the THROTTLE display and is set to a maximum of 1900 RPM. If the engine should over speed by 200 RPM, a safety feature is in place so that the engine automatically shuts down.

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4.3.3 Engage the Electrical System This procedure assumes that the diesel engine is running and that the Power Pack is connected to the Wireline Skid. It also assumes that all pre-operation checks and associated tasks have been performed and that the setup procedure has also been followed (see heading 4.2 “Setup” on page 44). IMPORTANT: All electrical functions are shut down if hydrocarbons are detected.

1. Verify that the MAIN BREAKER and LIGHT switches are off. 2. At the Power Pack Panel, place the GENERATOR switch in the ON position.

3. Use the THROTTLE control to increase engine speed as desired.

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4. At the Wireline and Power Pack skids’ primary disconnect panels, place the switches in the ON position.

5. At the Power Distribution Panel, place the MAIN BREAKERS in the ON positions. The electrical system is now charged. 6. Inside the Recorder Cabin, at the Power Distribution Panel panel, ensure that the system voltage on the L1 VOLTAGE and L2 VOLTAGE displays show approximately 115VAC (± 5%). WARNING! DO NOT attempt to engage electrical components if any other AC voltage rating is displayed. Engaging components when ratings are not as specified may damage them.

7. Check the FREQUENCY display to ensure that the frequency is stable.

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4.4 Maintenance During Operation Perform the following inspections and tasks during the operation of this wireline system. WARNING! Failure to perform these inspections and tasks could result in equipment shut down or malfunction. Table 4-1: Maintenance Tasks Required During Operation

Maintenance Point

Task

Engine speed

Monitor the engine’s speed by way of the THROTTLE display that is located on the Power Pack Control Panel. NOTE: Engine speed requirements depend on operations, but the electrical generator requires the engine to run at a speed of 1300–1800 RPM.

Oil pressure

Monitor the engine’s oil pressure from the THROTTLE display.

Water temperature

Monitor the engine’s water temperature from the THROTTLE display.

HYDRAULIC tank gauge

With the hydraulic system loaded, the HYDRAULIC tank sight glass should show an oil level of approximately 90%.

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4.5 Wireline Skid Operations The following procedures assume:    

The Pre-Operation Checklist has been completed (see heading 4.1 “PreOperation Checks” on page 39) for more information The Wireline System is correctly set up (see heading 4.2 “Setup” on page 44) The Power Pack is running (see heading 4.3 “Startup Procedures” on page 49) The electrical system is energized (see heading 4.3.3 “Engage the Electrical System” on page 56)

4.5.1 Prepare the Drawworks for Operations Prepare the drawworks area before commencing with operations. 4.5.1.1 Remove the Drawworks Reinforcement Bar The reinforcement bar is located at the front of the Wireline Skid and is pinned to the sides of the frame. DANGER! The turnbuckle bar is heavy. Use a lifting device to assist in it’s removal. Failure to use a lifting device could result in injury or death if the bar falls on you.

Tools Required   

Rope (to use as a tag line to assist in moving the bar) Lifting device with safety hook Slings

1. Install lift slings on either side of the turnbuckle bar. 2. Place the lifting device hook over the center of the bar and place the slings over the hook to balance the load. 3. With the lifting device, take most of the slack out of the slings by slowly lifting up. 4. Tie a rope to the arm to use as a tag line. 5. Remove the safety pins from the turnbuckle pins and remove the remove the turnbuckle pins. 6. Slide the bar out of the alignment tabs. 7. Use the lifting device to slide the bar away from the skid. 8. If the load needs to be centered, place it on the ground, readjust, and lift it. DANGER! Never stand under a load. It has the potential to cause injury or death if it falls on you.

9.

Use the tag line to assist the lifting device operator in placing the bar in a safe area.

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4.5.1.2 Extend the Telescopic Overhead Spooling Arm The overhead spooling arm is telescopic. Ensure that it is in the work position (extended) before beginning wireline operations. IMPORTANT: This procedure is easiest to perform with two workers. Have one stationed inside of the Recorder Cabin at the operator control panel, and the other stationed in the drawworks area.

1. In the drawworks area, remove the pins securing the measuring head to its cradle.

2. In the Recorder Cabin, from the Left-Hand Control Panel, check the system AIR PRESSURE gauge to ensure there is air pressure. 3. Slowly turn the OVERHEAD SPOOLER control towards the RAISE position to lift the arm out of the measuring head bracket.

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4. Center the spooling arm over the drum by moving the STEERING ARM joystick to the right.

5. Remove the safety pin from the spooling arm pin then remove the arm pin. DANGER! Be careful when pulling on the bottom section of the control arm. Pulling too hard could slide the bottom section out of the top section and result in a fall that may result in injury.

6. Grab the bottom section of the overhead spooling arm just above the measuring head and slowly pull on the arm sliding it until the pin holes are aligned. Use a second worker to advise when the pin holes are aligned. 7. Reinsert the pin. 8. Use the safety pin to lock the spooling arm pin in position.

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4.5.2 Control the Spooler Arm The horizontal movement of the spooler arm is controlled by way of the SPOOLING ARM joystick, while its vertical movement is adjusted pneumatically by way of the OVERHEAD SPOOLER RAISE/LOWER control. WARNING! Before trying to move the spooling arm, ensure that the measuring head is free of its stow bracket cradle.

1. Use the OVERHEAD SPOOLER RAISE\LOWER to position the spooler arm at the desired height.

2. Use the SPOOLING ARM joystick to move the spooling arm from side to side. NOTE: The Overhead Spooler Arm will “free-spool” if it is not controlled with the SPOOLING ARM joystick.

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4.5.3 Operate Drum Drive These procedures assumes that all setup and startup procedures have been followed. 4.5.3.1 Rotate the Drum 1. Select the required gear using the MOTOR and PLANETARY selector switches. WARNING! Never attempt to change gears with the PLANETARY control while the drum is in rotation. Doing so may cause damage to the transmission.

NOTE: LOW gears allows for high torque and low speeds while HIGH gears allow for low torque at high speeds.

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2. Set the SYSTEM UNLOAD lever to the loaded (horizontal) position.

3. Rotate the pump PUMP PRESSURE CONTROL adjust knob clockwise to increase hydraulic pressure in the drum hydraulic circuit.

4. Push the DRUM CONTROL joystick forward to spool line off of the drum and pull the joystick back to spool line on to the drum.

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4.5.3.2 Stop Drum Rotation 1. At the Operator Control Panel, return the DRUM CONTROL joystick to the disengaged (center) position.

2. Engage the braking system by pulling back on the PARK BRAKE lever or pushing the AIR BRAKE forward.

3. Set the SYSTEM UNLOAD lever to its vertical (disengaged) position.

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4.5.4 Applying Line Conditioner An oiler pump/air solenoid pressurizes line conditioner and delivers it from the Line Conditioner tank to a spray bar that applies it to wireline. 1. At the front-right of the drawworks area, check the line conditioner tank to ensure that it is full.

2. Open the spray bar’s line conditioner supply valve that is located behind the drum.

3. From the left-hand side of the Operator Control Panel, hold the LINE OILER toggle switch in position to apply line conditioner to the wireline.

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4.6 Emergency Shutdown The emergency shutdown system can be engaged manually at the Power Pack and electrically at the Wireline Skid.

4.6.1 Manual Shutdown in an Emergency Situation The emergency shutdown procedure assumes workers are aware of the work site’s safety protocols. To facilitate a safe work environment, this wireline skid is fitted with two emergency shutdown points. To shutdown in an emergency situation: 1. Engage one of two emergency shutdown controls. a. In the Recorder Cab, at the Operator Control Panel, push down on the EMERGENCY SHUT DOWN button.

b. Pull the EMEGENCY SHUT DOWN control out. It is located below the Power Pack Control Panel.

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DANGER! NEVER enter an unsafe area or an area that you don’t know is safe.

2. If safe to do so, enter the Recorder Cabin and engage the braking system by pulling back on the PARK BRAKE lever.

3. Once it is safe to return to work, reset the emergency air shutdown valve in the Power Pack. Pull the valve lever out to reset the valve. The emergency shutdown valve can be reached through an access panel at the front of the Power Pack, right below the Control Panel.

4. Follow local work site safety regulations and procedures. NOTE: Prior to system restart, follow the Pre-Operations Checklist on page 39 and Startup Procedure on page 58.

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4.7 Shutdown Procedure 1. In the Recorder Cab at the Operator Control Panel, use the SPOOLING ARM joystick and the OVERHEAD SPOOLER RAISE/LOWER control to place the measuring head in the measuring head cradle and pin it in place. 2. Set the following controls on the Operator Control Panel as follows: a. SYSTEM UNLOAD control to the vertical (unloaded) position.

b. Turn PUMP PRESSURE CONTROL rotary knob counter-clockwise until no tension is felt at the knob.

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c. Pull back on the PARK BRAKE lever to engage the drum brakes mechanically or push the AIR BRAKE lever to engage the brakes pneumatically.

3. In the Recorder Cabin, turn off all of the lights and then the breakers.

4. Set the MAIN BREAKIERS switches to the OFF position.

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5. Set the Wireline Skid’s Primary Disconnect Switch to the OFF position.

6. Set the Power Pack’s Primary Disconnect Switch to the OFF position.

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7. Set the Power Pack light switch in the OFF position.

8. Set the GENERATOR toggle switch in the OFF position.

9. Press the IDLE button on the THROTTLE control to throttle the engine down. Run the engine at low idle for at least five minute to cool it down.

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10. Place the MASTER SWITCH in the OFF position to shut down the engine.

11. Turn the battery switch to the OFF position.

12. Disconnect the electrical cable from the primary disconnect switch boxes and secure it in the stow point on the roof of the Power Pack skid. 13. Disconnect the umbilical lines from their connection points and secure them in the stow points located on top of the Power Pack.

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4.8 Drawworks Removal Procedure Removing the drawworks assists with setup at a well site by reducing the load weight of the Wireline Skid. A spreader bar comes as part of the Single Drum E-Line System package for the sole purpose of lifting and moving the drawworks. NOTE: This procedure assumes that the Single Drum E-Line System is shut down and the electrical system is disconnected. Equipment and Supplies      

Requires the Power Pack to be connected and running to supply air for the pneumatic overhead spooler arm controls A crane or hoist capable of lifting 3628 kg (8,000 lb) Spreader bar with slings with a weighted load limit of 3515 kg (7,750 lb) 4.5 m (15 ft.) tag line Trained crane operator Signal person trained in hoisting hand signals

1. Remove the pins securing the measuring head to its cradle. 2. Use the OVERHEAD SPOOLER control within the Recorder Cabin to raise the overhead spooling arm as high as it will go in order to provide enough clearance to remove the drawworks.

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3. Disconnect the pneumatic brake line.

4. Disconnect the line oiler lines.

5. From within the Recorder Cabin, ensure that the drum brakes are disengaged by placing the PARK BRAKE lever forward and the AIR BRAKE lever backwards.

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6. On the other side of the drawworks and behind the drum, remove the pin, then the nut, and finally the bolt. This will disconnect the mechanical brake assembly from the drawworks.

7. Disconnect all five of the hydraulic lines from the transmission assembly and replace the protective caps.

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8. Disconnect the electrical plug from the back of the drawworks motor.

9. Remove all four of the alignment tab pins to release the drawworks.

10. Unscrew the connector from the sliprings.

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11. On both sides of the drawworks, connect the chain sling safety hooks to the clevises making sure that the thicker sides of the hook take the weight.

12. Tie a 4.5 m (15 ft.) tag line onto the front of the drawworks and have a worker use it to help the crane operator maneuver the drawworks. 13. Slowly lift up on the spreader bar making sure that the safety hooks are still positioned correctly as slack in the slings is taken up. NOTE: Stop the crane operator and reposition the safety hooks as required. DANGER! Never stand under a suspended load. Standing under a suspended load could lead to injury or death if the crane, slings, clevises, or safety hooks fail.

14. Once the sling slack is taken up, the tag line operator will step back 3 m (10 ft.) and signal to the crane operator to lift the drawworks. WARNING! To prevent damage, as the drawworks are lifted out of the Wireline Skid frame, watch the clearance between the drawworks and the overhead spooling arm assembly.

15. Use the crane and the tag line operator to remove the drawworks from the Wireline Skid frame. DANGER! When moving the drawworks and where possible, keep the bottom of the drawworks approximately 0.5 m (2 ft.) above the ground to reduce the chance of injury or death.

16. Place the drawworks on a flat surface and disconnect the slings and the crane if required.

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4.9 How to Install the Drawworks Install the drawworks before to beginning wireline operations. A spreader bar comes as part of the Single Drum E-Line System package for the sole purpose of lifting and moving the drawworks. Equipment and Supplies      

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1. At the Wireline Skid, remove the four safety clips and the pins securing the drawworks guard to the front of the drawworks frame.

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2. Unhook the guard from the reinforcement bar and remove it.

3. At the Wireline Skid, remove the drawworks guard and the reinforcement bar (see heading “4.5.1.1 Remove the Drawworks Reinforcement Bar” on page 59). 4. Unpin the measuring head to release it from its cradle. WARNING! Failure to unpin the measuring head before attempting to lift it free of its cradle could damage the measuring head and the overhead spooler arm assembly.

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5. Use the OVERHEAD SPOOLER control within the Recorder Cabin or the external control that is located at the base of the line conditioner tank, to raise the overhead spooling arm up high enough that it will not interfere with drawworks installation.

6. Undo the ratchet-straps securing the spreader bar in its storage point that is located on top of the Power Pack.

7. Connect the crane safety hook directly to the spreader sling. 8. Position the spreader bar directly over the center of the drawworks drum and about 0.5 m (2 ft.) above it. 9. At either end of the spreader bar, straighten the cable slings so that they are not crossed.

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10. On both sides of the drawworks, connect the cable sling safety hooks to the clevises making sure that the thicker sides of the hook take the weight.

11. Tie a 4.5 m (15 ft.) tag line onto the front of the drawworks and have a worker use it to help the crane operator maneuver the drawworks. 12. Slowly lift up on the spreader bar making sure that the safety hooks are still positioned correctly as slack in the slings is taken up. NOTE: Stop the crane operator and reposition the safety hooks as required.

DANGER! Never stand under a suspended load. Standing under a suspended load could lead to injury or death if the crane, slings, clevises, or safety hooks fail. DANGER! When moving the drawworks and where possible, keep the bottom of the drawworks approximately 0.5 m (2 ft.) above the ground to reduce the chance of injury or death.

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13. Once the sling slack is taken up, the tag line operator will step back 3 m (10 ft.) and signal to the crane operator to lift the drawworks. WARNING! To prevent damage, ss you position the drawworks into the Wireline Skid frame, watch the clearance between the drawworks and the overhead spooling arm assembly.

14. Use the crane and the tag line operator to position the drawworks into the Wireline Skid frame. 15. Position the drawworks over the alignment tabs.

16. Make sure that all lines on the deck are clear of the drawworks. 17. Lower the drawworks between the alignment tabs. 18. Install all four of the safety pins to secure the drawworks in position.

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19. Connect all five of the drawworks hydraulic lines to the transmission assembly. NOTE: All of the hydraulic lines use different connections sizes and orientations. This ensures that you cannot connect lines incorrectly.

20. Connect the electrical plug to the back of the drawworks motor.

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21. Behind the drawworks, on the electrical connection side of the Wireline Skid, connect the mechanical brake assembly turnbuckle to the mount bracket, install the nut, and lock the nut in position with the pin.

22. Turn the turnbuckle until the connection is tight. 23. Tighten down the locknut to secure the turnbuckle in position. NOTE: Verify that the brakes will properly hold if the turnbuckle is adjusted.

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24. Behind the drawworks on the other side of the skid, connect the line conditioner lines.

25. Connect the pneumatic brake line.

26. Position the overhead spooling arm about 0.5 m (2 ft.) above the drum. 27. Reconnect the slipring connector. 28. The unit is now ready to begin wireline operations.

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Section 5: Maintenance This section contains maintenance schedules and procedures for the Single Drum E-Line System. WARNING! Failure to perform required equipment maintenance could result in equipment shut down or malfunction.

5.1 Maintenance Schedules Some manuals and guides for OEM (Original Equipment Manufacturer) found in the appendices. Please see the manuals and guides located in “Appendix B: OEM Components” for maintenance procedures for third-party, OEM components such as transmissions, motors, pumps, and the generator. NOTE: Appendix B is only available in the electronic version of this manual.

5.1.1 Daily Maintenance Perform the following inspections and tasks at the beginning of every operating day or before starting the engine. Table 5-1: Daily Maintenance Tasks

MAINTENANCE POINT

TASK

AIR TANKS Air tank (located in the Use the bleed-off valve to purge water from the tank. The Power Pack) valve is located at the bottom of the tank.

MISCELLANEOUS Hydraulic fluid level

Inspect the tank for correct hydraulic oil level with the system unloaded.

Hoses

Inspect for kinks, leaks, pinholes, or other defects. Inspect hose ends - remove and replace if any problems are found. DANGER! Do not use hands or any other body part to test for leaks! Use a piece of wood or cardboard.

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5.1.2 100 Hour/Weekly Maintenance Perform the following inspections and tasks every 100 operating hours. Table 5-2: 100 Hour Maintenance Tasks

MAINTENANCE POINT

TASK

GREASE POINTS Overhead Spooler Arm

Apply two shots of grease to each grease fitting on the overhead spooler arm assembly. There are three in total. See heading “5.3 Grease Fitting Locations” on page 90 for location of fittings.

Brake Assembly Bearings

Apply two shots of grease to each brake assembly bearing’s grease fitting. There are three in total. See heading “5.3 Grease Fitting Locations” on page 90 for location of fittings.

MISCELLANEOUS All mounting bolts

Inspect to see if any mount bolts are loose or missing, tighten and replace as necessary.

5.1.3 500 Hour/Three Month Maintenance MAINTENANCE POINT

TASK

GREASE POINT Drum (pillow block) Bearings

Apply two shots of Shell Alvania #2 grease or equivalent to the drum bearings. See heading “5.3 Grease Fitting Locations” on page 90 for location of fittings.

5.1.4 1000 Hour/Six Month Maintenance Perform the following maintenance tasks after 500 operating hours or six months, whichever comes first. MAINTENANCE POINT

TASK

Hydraulic system fluid filters

Replace (10 micron filter is recommended).

Drum transmissions

Replace transmission oil. See the maintenance instructions in the user guide, which is found in “Appendix B: OEM Components”.

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5.2 Drive Chain Cleaning and Lubrication The operator must inspect the drive chain to determine whether it needs to be cleaned. The manufacturer, recommends that chains be cleaned with kerosene or mineral spirits. They also recommends chain lubrication after cleaning with a heavy oil such as SAE 80 or 90. CAUTION: DO NOT use gasoline as a chain cleaner as doing so can damage the chain. Figure 5-1: Drawworks Chain Inspection Panel

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5.3 Grease Fitting Locations The wireline system has a total of 8 grease points that need grease on occasion.

5.3.1 Brake System Grease Fittings Apply two shots of grease every week or 100 operating hours, whichever comes first, to the three brake system pillow block bearings that are located behind the drum. Figure 5-2: Brake System Grease Fitting

5.3.2 Drum Grease Fittings The drum bearing grease fittings are located at the front of the drum, next to the base of the measuring head cradle. Use a grease gun with Shell Alvania #2 grease or equivalent to grease these bearings at least every three months or 500 operating hours. Figure 5-3: Drum Pillow Block Bearing

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5.3.3 Spooler Arm Assembly Bearings Apply two shots of grease once every three months to each of the three grease zerks on the spooler arm assembly. Figure 5-4: Pivot Pin

Figure 5-5: Four Bolt Flange Block Bearing

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Appendix A: Technical Information This appendix contains the following information for the Single Drum E-Line System:    

General spare parts list Electrical schematics Hydraulic schematics Technical drawings with parts information

Spare Parts List Item Description

Lee Part No.:

BRAKES Brake Band

PM735UU3916

Brake Pot

PM735UU3919

BEARINGS Drum Bearing (x2) - 2 bolt, 2-15/16 in. shaft

PM735UU3914

Measuring Head Bearings (x2) - 2 bolt, 1-1/4 in. shaft

PM735UU3915

HYDRAULIC FILTER Hydraulic Filter

PM810UU0050

Hydraulic Filter Base

PM810UU0049

ELECTRICAL COMPONENTS Monitor

CS0014

Slip Ring Collector 2 Conductor UHF

PE171UU0066

2 Gang Device Box, 3/4" Hub

PE735UU2066

Circuit Breaker, Class 1 Div 2, GFI 20 Amp

PE735UU2067

Outlet, Class 1 Div 2, 20 Amp U-Ground

PE735UU2068

Cable End, Male, Class 1 Div 2, 20 Amp U-Ground

PE735UU2069

Circuit Breaker 5A Pull

PE735UU2086

Meter - Hour

PE735UU2100

Connector - STCCHI Female 7 Pin

PE735UU2102

Connector - STCCHI Male 7 Pin

PE735UU2103

Circuit Breaker - 10A Pull

PE735UU2137

Light - 8" LED C1D2

PM735UU0266-1

Light - 8" Led C1D2 Ceiling Base

PM735UU0266-2

Pump, 12V Electric Fuel

PM735UU0798

CONNECTOR - 440 3PHASE - MALE

PM735UU1192

Air Conditioner - Marine Roof Mount

PM735UU1253

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Lee Part No.:

ELECTRICAL COMPONENTS (CONTINUED) Combustible Gas Detector FP-624D-316SS Housing

PM735UU1384

Generator - Magna Plus - Voltage Regulator SE350

PM735UU1395

Light - LED - Recessed Interior Ceiling

PM735UU1462

Outlet - Interlocked Switched Receptacle - 600v -

PM735UU1660

Interlocked Switched Receptacle Inlet - 600v - App

PM735UU1661

Receptacle Cable End Female - 600v - Appleton ACP1

PM735UU1662

Receptacle Cable End Male - 600v - Appleton ACP103

PM735UU1663

Breakers/Post Brkt Mnt 10AMP

PM735UU1700

Breaker/Post Brkt Mnt 25 Amp Cole Hersee

PM735UU1703

Breakers/Post Brkt Mnt 50AMP

PM735UU1706

Fuse 600V Time Delay 1 Amp Class "CC"

PM735UU1768

Throttle Excel

PM735UU1941

Cable End Female - 600v - Appleton ARC6034BC

PM735UU3791

Light Strobe Amber 12VDC

PM735UU3816

Engine Start Switch

PM810UU0036

Lever Switch On-Off - 75912 2Pole Master

PM810UU1034

Single Solenoid Electronic Valve

PM810UU1377

PERKINS ENGINE SPARES 2-1/4" Engine Air Shut-Off Valve

PM735UU0779

Spark Arrestor, Donaldson M065030

PM735UU0801

Filter, Oil

PM735UU3890

Fuel Filter - secondary

PM735UU3891

Filter, Primary Fuel

PM735UU3892

Filter, Safety Air

PM735UU3893

Filter, Main Air

PM735UU3894

Belt Set (comes as a pair)

PM735UU3895

Glow Plug

PM735UU3896

Fuel Pump Lift.

PM735UU3897

Pump, Water

PM735UU3898

Gasket, Water Pump

PM735UU3899

Starter

PM735UU3900

Alternator STD. ISSUE

PM735UU3901

Thermostat Ass'y.

PM735UU3902

O-ring, Water Outlet Housing

PM735UU3903

MN-161 REV 0 A-2

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USER’S GUIDE

TECHNICAL INFORMATION

Item Description

Lee Part No.:

PERKINS ENGINE SPARES (CONTINUED) Gasket, Valve Cover

PM735UU3904

Gasket, Rocker Box

PM735UU3905

Seal, Front Crankshaft Oil

PM735UU3908

Seal Ass'y., Rear Oil

PM735UU3909

Engine Control Module

PM735UU3927

Muffler, 2-1/2" End Inlet / Side Outlet

PM873UU0437

HYDRAULIC COMPONENTS AND FITTINGS Relief Valve Assembly, Argo Hytos, 320 Bar

AM735UU0001

3/4" 3K Orifice Assembly

AM813WB0080

Gauge 5Kpsi 2.5" Panel Mount LB 1/4" MNPT LF

PM509UU0060

Gauge 1000psi 2.5" Panel Mount LB 1/4" MNPT, LF

PM509UU0077

Hyd Coupler, Type V, 1/4" Male Parker

PM512UU0001

Hyd Coupler, Type V, 1/4" Female Parker

PM512UU0002

Valve Drum Drive Unloader Valve

PM735UU0017

Solenoid Valve 12V DC 2-Way, 2-Position

PM735UU0156

Motor 90 Series, Axial Piston Motor

PM735UU0349

Pump Hyd Sauer Danfoss

PM735UU0464

Joystick, Hydraulic Friction Detent Joystick

PM735UU0495

Valve Check 3/4" Solenoid Operated

PM735UU0557

Cooler Hydraulic AKG

PM735UU0558

Walvoil SVM100/1-S/10G3-154

PM735UU0612

Valve, Load Sensing, Open Center, Hyd Piloted

PM735UU3752

Generator Pump 100cc Open Loop Piston

PM735UU3792

Directional Control Valve Solenoid Operated

PM735UU3799

Motor, Two Speed Bent Axis, 160 cc

PM735UU3913

Level Sight Gauge, 10" w/ Thermometer

PM810UU0016

Oil Cooler Temperature Control Switch

PM810UU0162

Multi Coupling Assembly GRM6 6 Position

PM810UU1282

Multi Coupling Assembly GR6-9 5 Position

PM810UU1283

© LEE SPECIALTIES, 2016

REV 0 A-3


TECHNICAL INFORMATION

USER’S GUIDE

Item Description

Lee Part No.:

PNEUMATIC COMPONENTS Gauge 160psi 2.5" U-Clamp Panel Mount LB 1/4" MNPT

PM509UU0053

Brake Controller, Williams Control

PM735UU0019

Dial Face Air Regulator 0-160psi

PM735UU0275

Cylinder Steering 2.5" Bore x 8 Stroke

PM735UU0592

Tie Rod Air Cylinder, 4 1/2" Bore 10" Stroke

PM735UU3106

DRAWWORKS COMPONENTS Sprocket, 14 Tooth, R-100 CHAIN SIZE

PM735UU3917

Sprocket 84 Tooth, R-100 CHAIN SIZE, 24" BORE

PM735UU3918

Turnbuckle, 1/2"

PM735UU3920

Planetary Drive, 6:1 Reduction

PM735UU3921

Planetary Drive, 2 Speed, 4:1 Reduction

PM735UU3922

Adapter Flange - Machined - 2 O-Rings - 6'' Pilot

PM735UU3923

Adapter Flange - 1 O-Ring - 5'' Female Pilot

PM735UU3924

Machined Spline Adapter

PM735UU3925

Quick Coupler, Male, 3/4"

PM735UU3928

Quick Coupler, Female, 3/4"

PM735UU3929

Quick Coupler, Male, 1"

PM735UU3930

Quick Coupler, Female, 1"

PM735UU3931

SAE J518 Code 62 Flange Kit

PM735UU3932

90° Adapter, Code 62 Flange x #20MJIC

PM735UU3933

SAE J518 Code 62 Flange Kit

PM735UU3934

90° Adapter, Code 62 Flange x #16MJIC

PM735UU3935

Quick Coupler, Male, 3/8"

PM735UU3936

Quick Coupler, Female, 3/8"

PM735UU3937

MISCELLANEOUS E-Stop Button Assembly Red

AM735UU0013

Hinge - Stainless Steel - Faucher

PM735UU0956

Striker - Faucher 699-1157

PM735UU0972

Offset Hinge - Faucher - 752-1669

PM735UU0997

Paddle Latch - Medium - Faucher 696-0198

PM735UU0999

Compression Latch, Faucher 6997776

PM735UU3083

230 Wiper Motor, 12V, Dynamic Park, RH Housing

PM735UU3800

230 Wiper Motor, 12V, Dynamic Park, LH Housing

PM735UU3801

21" 91 Series, Framed Flex Blade

PM735UU3805

MN-161 REV 0 A-4

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USER’S GUIDE

TECHNICAL INFORMATION

Item Description

Lee Part No.:

MISCELLANEOUS (CONTINUED) M400A1412C (400 Hub 14T Clamp Coupler)

PM735UU3910

MAGNALOY INSERT M470U (Urethane Insert)

PM735UU3911

M40012816 (Drive coupling, 1-7/8” x 1)

PM735UU3912

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REV 0 A-5


TECHNICAL INFORMATION

MN-161 REV 0 A-6

USER’S GUIDE

© LEE SPECIALTIES, 2016


AM727UU0032 REV 0 ITEM QTY PART NUMBER 1 1 PM727UU0250 2 1 AM727UU0041 3 1 AM727UU0056 4 1 AM727UU0049 5 1 AM727UU0052 6 1 AM727UU0057 7 2 AM727UU0058 8 2 AM727UU0059 9 1 AM727UU0060 10 1 AM768UU0002 11 1 PP2−D6A1−00001 12 2 PM553UU0715 13 1 PM727UU0354 14 1 PM727UU0355 15 1 PM727UU0397 16 1 PM727UU0398 17 3 PM727UU0432 18 1 PM727UU0444 19 1 PM727UU0445 20 1 PM727UU0454 21 2 PM727UU0455 22 2 PM730UU0056 1 23 PM730UU0057 24 1 PM730UU1542 25 2 PM735UU0266−1 26 2 PM735UU0266−2 27 1 PM735UU0321 28 1 PM735UU0335 29 1 PM735UU0254 30 1 PM735UU0575 31 2 PM735UU0994 32 1 PM735UU1016 33 1 PM735UU1661 34 1 PM735UU3106 35 1 PE735UU2066 36 1 PE735UU2152 37 1 PM735UU3063 38 4 PM735UU3064 39 1 PM735UU3091 40 1 PM735UU3812 41 1 PM735UU3816 42 1 PM735UU3842 43 1 PM735UU3843 44 1 PM735UU3861 45 1 PM735UU3888 46 1 PM748UU00741 47 1 PM748UU00781 48 1 PM753UU1380 49 2 PM810UU0587 50 1 PM810UU1077 51 1 PM810UU1282 52 1 PM810UU1283 53 1 PM901UU0053 54 1 PM901UU0054 55 1 AM727UU0061 56 1 AM727UU0062

RATING: 15500 LB (7031 KG) TARE: 3153 LB (1430 KG) PAYLOAD: 12347 LB (5601 KG)

(108 3/16)

(83 1/2)

UNIT CERTIFIED TO DNV 2.7-1

Material Spec:

DESCRIPTION Cabin Skid Mounts Weldment Cabin Assembly E−Line Drawworks Assembly Line Conditioner Tank − 3.5 Gallons Spreader Bar Assembly, WLL 7750 lb End Protection Assembly Side Protection Assembly Side Protection Assembly End Protection Plate Assembly Hydraulic Steering Assembly Grounding Reel − Hannay − MHGR−50−150−20 PLUG 2" MNPT Hex Head Brass Top Panel − Rear Top Panel − Front Outer Tube Weldment Inner Tube Weldment Removable Protection Bar Brake Cable Lever Clevis Weldment Grounding Reel Mount Weldment Decal MGW=7031 kg Tare=1430 kg 2" Black Spooler Arm Spacer Washer Pivot Pin − W/ Grease Fitting Slings Mount Subasssembly Light − 8" LED C1D2 Light − 8" LED C1D2 Ceiling Base Coil Tension Snap Pin, McMaster 97143A650 Air Horn Rod Clevis w/ Pin Flange Clevis w/ Pin, McMaster − 6491K76 Flange Bearing, 4 Bolt 1−1/2" shaft,NTN − UELFU208−108D1 Antenna Extension Interlocked Switch Box, Appleton ID2SR1034 Tie Rod Air Cylinder, 4−1/2" Bore, 10" Stroke, w/ Cushion Outlet Box Antenna Clevis Pin, 3/4" Diameter, 2.5" L Red Head Hitch Pin − .75 x 4 Useable McCarr − 91594A325 Locking Pin, McMaster 90026A107 Sling Set, DNV Certified Light Strobe Amber 12VDC Tucker 35’ Umbilical Pkg 2 Tucker 35’ Umbilical Pkg 1 Turnbuckle, 7−3/4" Closed, 4" Adjust, 1/4" Pin Tarp, Sling Protection Measuring Head Articulation Measuring Head Mounting Flange Cross Tube − Hydraulic Steer 3/4" Screw Pin Shackle Clevis Pin − 2" x 0.5 −( Mc Master − 97245A424) Multi Coupling Assembly GRM6 6 Pos. Multi Coupling Assembly GR6−9 5 Pos. DNV 2.7−1 − Data Plate DNV 2.7−1 − Inspection Data Plate Fitting Package Electrical Part Package

N/A

Lee Specialties

Process Spec:

7739 Edgar Industrial Way Red Deer, Alberta Canada T4P 3R2 Ph # (403) 346-4487

Single Drum Cabin Skid, DNV 2.7-1, Non-zoned Drawing:

Revision:

AM727UU0032

(176)

Sheet:

0

1 of 4

Designer: RC Date: 6/30/2015 Status: Released Weight: N/A Appr'd By: GF Approved Date: 4/1/2016 Drawn By: RC Checked By: GF Check Date: 4/1/2016 Unless Otherwise Indicated: All Dimensions in Inches. 125 rms Finish Min. DATE APPROVED REV. DESCRIPTION Decimal Tolerances: x.xxx `0.005 Concentricity: 0.005 TIR REVISION HISTORY x.xx `0.01 Fractional Tolerances: `1/16 Exclusive Property Of Lee Specialties Considered Confidential And May Not Be Copied Or Reproduced Without Written Consent Of Lee Specialties Limited Lee Rev 9 Ledger

NOTES: 1. NOT SHOWN: ITEMS 31, 35, 39, 41, 42, 44, 55, 56.


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AM727UU0032 REV 0

5

14 9

13 24

1

53

54 2

11

6

20 4

49 8

Material Spec:

N/A

Lee Specialties

Process Spec:

17

7739 Edgar Industrial Way Red Deer, Alberta Canada T4P 3R2 Ph # (403) 346-4487

Single Drum Cabin Skid, DNV 2.7-1, Non-zoned Drawing:

Revision:

AM727UU0032

Sheet:

0

2 of 4

Designer: RC Date: 6/30/2015 Status: Released Weight: N/A Appr'd By: GF Approved Date: 4/1/2016 Drawn By: RC Checked By: GF Check Date: 4/1/2016 Unless Otherwise Indicated: All Dimensions in Inches. 125 rms Finish Min. DATE APPROVED REV. DESCRIPTION Decimal Tolerances: x.xxx `0.005 Concentricity: 0.005 TIR REVISION HISTORY Fractional Tolerances: `1/16 x.xx `0.01 Exclusive Property Of Lee Specialties Considered Confidential And May Not Be Copied Or Reproduced Without Written Consent Of Lee Specialties Limited Lee Rev 9 Ledger


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AM727UU0032 REV 0

21

41

28 39

22

23

5

37

25

27

15

16

47

10

26

46

7

33 35 38

52

51 3 12

Material Spec:

N/A

Lee Specialties

Process Spec:

7739 Edgar Industrial Way Red Deer, Alberta Canada T4P 3R2 Ph # (403) 346-4487

Single Drum Cabin Skid, DNV 2.7-1, Non-zoned Drawing:

Revision:

AM727UU0032

Sheet:

0

3 of 4

Designer: RC Date: 6/30/2015 Status: Released Weight: N/A Appr'd By: GF Approved Date: 4/1/2016 Drawn By: RC Checked By: GF Check Date: 4/1/2016 Unless Otherwise Indicated: All Dimensions in Inches. 125 rms Finish Min. DATE APPROVED REV. DESCRIPTION Decimal Tolerances: x.xxx `0.005 Concentricity: 0.005 TIR REVISION HISTORY Fractional Tolerances: `1/16 x.xx `0.01 Exclusive Property Of Lee Specialties Considered Confidential And May Not Be Copied Or Reproduced Without Written Consent Of Lee Specialties Limited Lee Rev 9 Ledger


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AM727UU0032 REV 0

18

44

19

50

31

48

SECTION A-A 29

A

34

30

A

Material Spec:

N/A

Lee Specialties

Process Spec:

7739 Edgar Industrial Way Red Deer, Alberta Canada T4P 3R2 Ph # (403) 346-4487

Single Drum Cabin Skid, DNV 2.7-1, Non-zoned Drawing:

Revision:

AM727UU0032

Sheet:

0

4 of 4

Designer: RC Date: 6/30/2015 Status: Released Weight: N/A Appr'd By: GF Approved Date: 4/1/2016 Drawn By: RC Checked By: GF Check Date: 4/1/2016 Unless Otherwise Indicated: All Dimensions in Inches. 125 rms Finish Min. DATE APPROVED REV. DESCRIPTION Decimal Tolerances: x.xxx `0.005 Concentricity: 0.005 TIR REVISION HISTORY Fractional Tolerances: `1/16 x.xx `0.01 Exclusive Property Of Lee Specialties Considered Confidential And May Not Be Copied Or Reproduced Without Written Consent Of Lee Specialties Limited Lee Rev 9 Ledger


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AM727UU0041 REV 1 DESCRIPTION Cabin Interior Weldment 230 Series, 12V, Dynamic Park, RH Wiper Assembly 230 Series, 12V, Dynamic Park, LH Wiper Assembly Dash Panel Assembly Lap Door Assembly, Console Module Cable Box Door Assembly Drawer Slider Assembly Power Distribution Panel Assembly AC/DC Switch/Breaker Panel Assembly Door Assembly, RHS Door Assembly, LHS Monitor Pivot Arm Counter Top, Front Counter Top, Rear, RHS Counter Top, Rear, LHS Wiper/Control Panel Lower Kick Panel, Rear Lower Kick Side Panel Lower Kick Panel, Front LHS Lower Kick Panel, Front Lower Kick Panel, Front RHS Bottom Isolator Strip Window Guard Weldment 1/2" Plywood Floor, RHS 1/2" Plywood Floor, LHS Solenoid Valve 12V DC 2−Way, 2−Position Striker − Refridgerator − Faucher 709−0243 Brake Lever, Dual, Traction, (Wescon 19−3204−11)

DESCRIPTION Straight Bellow Drawer Slider, Pair, 16"−100lb, Mc Master 1057A440 AC Coleman Roughneck Sea Mach − 48203−8866 Light − LED − Interior − Trucklite 80250C Light − Red/Clear − Weldon #8086−6978−68 Floor Tile, Grey, 50cm x 50 cm Window − Fixed − Square − 44 x 28− Anodized 2 position, 4 way, 12VDC, Directional Control Valve Solenoid Operated 230 Series Pantograph Adapter, 1.75" C/L Spacing Medium Duty, Pantograph Arm, Wet, 23, TK SS L00 21" 91 Series, Framed Flex Blade 12V, Two motor, Delay Rotary Switch Friedrich Dehumidifier, 25 Pints/ 24hrs Brake Lever Mount − Wall Mount Brake Cable Boot Plate Window Guard Spacer − UHMW−Black Striker Pin Monitor Computer Rack Assembly Bulkhead Cover Plate Under Dash Heat Shield Power Talk Box Mount Office Drafting Chair With Casters Regulator − McMaster − 4289K11 − 0−125 Psi Office Chair, Mesh Wire Harnesses for 230 Series, Dynamic Park, 6" L Ratchet Straps, 1" x 10 FT 1200 LB Single Solenoid Electronic Valve

1

1

1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

(95)

(82 1/2)

(75 7/8)

ITEM QTY PART NUMBER 29 2 PM735UU0799 30 8 PM735UU0980 31 1 PM735UU1253 32 2 PM735UU1460 33 1 PM735UU1511 34 20 PM735UU3049 35 1 PM735UU3797 36 1 PM735UU3799 37 2 PM735UU3803 38 2 PM735UU3804 39 2 PM735UU3805 40 1 PM735UU3807 41 1 PM735UU3814 42 1 PM766UU0109 43 2 PM780UU0030 44 4 PM780UU0070 45 1 PM735UU3087 46 3 CS0014 47 1 AM727UU0054 48 1 PM727UU0434 49 1 PM727UU0478 50 1 PM727UU0485 51 1 PM730UU1568 52 1 PM735UU0340 53 1 PM735UU3785 54 2 PM735UU3806 55 1 PM735UU3865 56 1 PM810UU1377

(96 3/4)

ITEM QTY PART NUMBER 1 1 PM727UU0295 2 1 AM727UU0040 3 1 AM727UU0042 4 1 AM727UU0043 5 2 AM727UU0044 6 1 AM727UU0045 7 4 AM727UU0048 8 1 AM727UU0050 9 1 AM727UU0051 10 1 AM772UU0046 11 1 AM772UU0047 12 3 PE171UU0081 13 1 PM727UU0310 14 1 PM727UU0311 15 1 PM727UU0314 16 1 PM727UU0317 17 1 PM727UU0321 18 2 PM727UU0322 19 1 PM727UU0323 20 1 PM727UU0324 21 1 PM727UU0325 22 2 PM727UU0386 1 23 PM727UU0393 24 1 PM727UU0405 25 1 PM727UU0406 26 1 PM735UU0156 27 2 PM735UU0215 28 1 PM735UU0569

Material Spec:

N/A

QTY 1 1 1 1 1

INTERCOM ASSEMBLY PART NUMBER DESCRIPTION PE735UU2074 Power Talk Box Controller PE735UU2075 Power Talk Box PE735UU2076 COM Cable 150' PE735UU2077 COM Cable 12' PE735UU2078 Pass Thru Connector

7739 Edgar Industrial Way Red Deer, Alberta Canada T4P 3R2 Ph # (403) 346-4487

Lee Specialties

Process Spec:

Cabin Assembly Drawing:

Revision:

AM727UU0041

1

Sheet:

1

1 of 4

Designer: DP Date: 7/13/2015 Status: Released Appr'd By: RC Approved Date: 10/28/2015 Weight: N/A Drawn By: DP Checked By: RC Check Date: 10/28/2015 1 ECN 16-009: as-builts 3/31/2016 RC/GF Unless Otherwise Indicated: All Dimensions in Inches. 125 rms Finish Min. DATE APPROVED REV. DESCRIPTION Decimal Tolerances: x.xxx `0.005 Concentricity: 0.005 TIR REVISION HISTORY Fractional Tolerances: `1/16 x.xx `0.01 Exclusive Property Of Lee Specialties Considered Confidential And May Not Be Copied Or Reproduced Without Written Consent Of Lee Specialties Limited Lee Rev 9 Ledger

NOTE: ITEMS 48, 49, 53, 54 AND 55 NOT SHOWN.


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AM727UU0041 REV 1

31

44

23 39

NOTE: GUARD TO BE CENTERED OVER WINDOW

1

FIELD FIT 27 3

38

2

37 6 43

48

(3 1/4)

(3 1/4) 10

29

22

35

22

FIELD FIT

27

Material Spec:

N/A

NOTE: 1. CENTER ITEM "10" AND "11" TO DOOR FRAME. DRILL HOLES MATCHING HINGE HOLES 2. ISOLATOR PLATES (ITEM "22") TO BE COUNTER SUNK RIVETED ON

7739 Edgar Industrial Way Red Deer, Alberta Canada T4P 3R2 Ph # (403) 346-4487

Lee Specialties

Process Spec:

Cabin Assembly Drawing:

Revision:

AM727UU0041

11

Sheet:

1

2 of 4

Designer: DP Date: 7/13/2015 Status: Released Appr'd By: RC Approved Date: 10/28/2015 Weight: N/A Drawn By: DP Checked By: RC Check Date: 10/28/2015 1 ECN 16-009: as-builts 3/31/2016 RC/GF Unless Otherwise Indicated: All Dimensions in Inches. 125 rms Finish Min. DATE APPROVED REV. DESCRIPTION Decimal Tolerances: x.xxx `0.005 Concentricity: 0.005 TIR REVISION HISTORY x.xx `0.01 Fractional Tolerances: `1/16 Exclusive Property Of Lee Specialties Considered Confidential And May Not Be Copied Or Reproduced Without Written Consent Of Lee Specialties Limited Lee Rev 9 Ledger


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AM727UU0041 REV 1

32 40

9

32

8

16 47

1

B

1

A NOTE: FIELD FIT INTERCOM ASSEMBLY

46

1

33

12

50 4

13 14

15

28

42 5

B 34

41

21

A

29

19

20

7

30

18

18

17

25

26 36 24

52 56

1

43

1

SECTION A-A INTERIOR FRONT VIEW

SECTION B-B INTERIOR REAR VIEW ITEM 49 (HEAT SHIELD PLATE) HIDDEN

Material Spec:

N/A

7739 Edgar Industrial Way Red Deer, Alberta Canada T4P 3R2 Ph # (403) 346-4487

Lee Specialties

Process Spec:

Cabin Assembly

NOTE: 1. CABIN FRAME AND EXTERIOR SHEETING ARE NOT SHOWN.

Drawing:

Revision:

AM727UU0041

Sheet:

1

3 of 4

Designer: DP Date: 7/13/2015 Status: Released Appr'd By: RC Approved Date: 10/28/2015 Weight: N/A Drawn By: DP Checked By: RC Check Date: 10/28/2015 1 ECN 16-009: as-builts 3/31/2016 RC/GF Unless Otherwise Indicated: All Dimensions in Inches. 125 rms Finish Min. DATE APPROVED REV. DESCRIPTION Decimal Tolerances: x.xxx `0.005 Concentricity: 0.005 TIR REVISION HISTORY x.xx `0.01 Fractional Tolerances: `1/16 Exclusive Property Of Lee Specialties Considered Confidential And May Not Be Copied Or Reproduced Without Written Consent Of Lee Specialties Limited Lee Rev 9 Ledger


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AM727UU0041 REV 1

12

C NOTE: FIELD FIT NOTE: FIELD FIT

(52 5/8)

12

(39 5/8)

(26 1/4)

NOTE: FIELD FIT 42

INTERIOR FLOOR TILE TOP

INTERIOR FLOOR TILE TOP

C

SECTION C-C

Material Spec:

N/A

NOTE: 1. A/C UNIT, LED MONITOR AND CHAIRS ARE NOT SHOWN.

7739 Edgar Industrial Way Red Deer, Alberta Canada T4P 3R2 Ph # (403) 346-4487

Lee Specialties

Process Spec:

Cabin Assembly Drawing:

Revision:

AM727UU0041

Sheet:

1

4 of 4

Designer: DP Date: 7/13/2015 Status: Released Appr'd By: RC Approved Date: 10/28/2015 Weight: N/A Drawn By: DP Checked By: RC Check Date: 10/28/2015 1 ECN 16-009: as-builts 3/31/2016 RC/GF Unless Otherwise Indicated: All Dimensions in Inches. 125 rms Finish Min. DATE APPROVED REV. DESCRIPTION Decimal Tolerances: x.xxx `0.005 Concentricity: 0.005 TIR REVISION HISTORY x.xx `0.01 Fractional Tolerances: `1/16 Exclusive Property Of Lee Specialties Considered Confidential And May Not Be Copied Or Reproduced Without Written Consent Of Lee Specialties Limited Lee Rev 9 Ledger


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AM727UU0043 REV 1 1

(44 1/4)

(12)

(14 3/4)

1

ITEM QTY PART NUMBER 1 1 PM727UU0303 2 2 PE169UU0006 3 1 PM509UU0053 4 1 PM509UU0060 5 3 PM509UU0061 6 1 PM509UU0077 7 1 AM735UU0001 8 1 PM735UU0017 9 1 PM735UU0019 10 1 PM735UU0275 11 1 PM735UU0495 12 1 PM735UU0612 13 1 PM735UU1851 14 3 PM735UU1853 15 1 AM735UU0013 16 1 PM735UU3111 19 2 PM810UU0038 20 1 PM735UU0340

DESCRIPTION Dash Panel Guard, Toggle Switch Gauge, 160psi, 2.5", U−clamp, Panel Mount, LB, 1/4"MNPT, LF Gauge, 5000psi, 2.5", Panel Mount, LB, 1/4"MNPT, LF Gauge Bracket Gauge, 1000psi, 2.5", Panel Mount, LB, 1/4"MNPT, LF Relief Valve Assembly, Argo Hytos, 320 bar Unloader Valve − T949T−2PP WM607−C1 Williams Control Dial Face Air Regulator, Mc Master 4963K31, 0−160psi Joystick − Hydraulic − SD 155N 0016 Walvoil SVM100/1−S/10G3−154 Switch Toggle, Momentary Switch Toggle E−Stop Button Assembly Red Air Valve, Push Button Boot, Switch Cover ( Large) Regulator − McMaster − 4289K11 − 0−125 Psi

1 16 15

3

13 2 17

10

4 11

7 6

19 14

1

2 14

20

1

18

12 8 9

Material Spec:

N/A

Lee Specialties

Process Spec:

7739 Edgar Industrial Way Red Deer, Alberta Canada T4P 3R2 Ph # (403) 346-4487

Dash Panel Assembly Drawing:

Revision:

AM727UU0043

Sheet:

1

1 of 1

Designer: DP Date: 7/15/2015 Status: Released Appr'd By: RC Approved Date: 10/28/2015 Weight: 52 lbmass Drawn By: DP Checked By: RC Check Date: 10/28/2015 1 ECN 16-026: added item 20, 1X item 2 3/31/2016 RC/GF Unless Otherwise Indicated: All Dimensions in Inches. 125 rms Finish Min. DATE APPROVED REV. DESCRIPTION Decimal Tolerances: x.xxx `0.005 Concentricity: 0.005 TIR REVISION HISTORY x.xx `0.01 Fractional Tolerances: `1/16 Exclusive Property Of Lee Specialties Considered Confidential And May Not Be Copied Or Reproduced Without Written Consent Of Lee Specialties Limited Lee Rev 9 Ledger


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AM727UU0050 REV 1

1

DESCRIPTION Power Distribution Panel Meter AC Voltage DATEL Panel Mount Digital Meter Frequency DATEL Meter Datel Meter Surface Mounting Bezel - Black Circuit Breaker - Dual 50A Meter - Digital Ampmeter Meter - Current Transformer Meter - Hour Circuit Breaker 3 Pole 30 A

(3 3/4)

2

(6 1/2)

(20)

ITEM QTY PART NUMBER 1 1 PM727UU0319 2 2 PE171UU0032 3 1 PE171UU0033 4 5 PM735UU1454 5 1 PE735UU2090 6 2 PE735UU2094 7 2 PE735UU2095 8 1 PE735UU2100 9 *REMOVED* 10 1 PM735UU3879

4 6 3

7 8

5 1 10 1

Material Spec:

N/A

Lee Specialties

Process Spec:

7739 Edgar Industrial Way Red Deer, Alberta Canada T4P 3R2 Ph # (403) 346-4487

Power Distribution Panel Assembly Drawing:

AM727UU0050

Revision:

Sheet:

1

1 of 1

Designer: DP Date: 10/6/2015 Status: Released Appr'd By: RC Approved Date: 10/28/2015 Weight: 6 lbmass Drawn By: DP Checked By: RC Check Date: 10/28/2015 1 ECN 16-016: replaced item 9 w/ item 10 3/8/2016 RC/GF Unless Otherwise Indicated: All Dimensions in Inches. 125 rms Finish Min. REV. DESCRIPTION DATE APPROVED Concentricity: 0.005 TIR Decimal Tolerances: x.xxx `0.005 REVISION HISTORY x.xx `0.01 Fractional Tolerances: `1/16 Exclusive Property Of Lee Specialties Considered Confidential And May Not Be Copied Or Reproduced Without Written Consent Of Lee Specialties Limited Lee Rev 9


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AM727UU0051 REV 0 ITEM QTY PART NUMBER 1 1 PM727UU0318 2 1 PE735UU2086 3 5 PE735UU2087 4 1 PE735UU2088 5 2 PE735UU2137 6 2 PE735UU2142 7 2 PE735UU2148

(20)

DESCRIPTION AC/DC Switch/Breaker Panel BREAKER PUSH/PULL 5AMP W32-X1A1G-5 BREAKER PUSH/PULL 15AMP W32-X1A1G-15 BREAKER TOGGLE 5AMP W31-X2M1G-5 BREAKER PUSH/PULL 10AMP W32-X1A1G-10 BREAKER TOGGLE 10AMP W31-X2M1G-10 BREAKER PUSH/PULL 20AMP W32-X1A1G-20

(3 1/16)

(6 1/2)

1

2 5 6 4 3 7

Material Spec:

N/A

Lee Specialties

Process Spec:

7739 Edgar Industrial Way Red Deer, Alberta Canada T4P 3R2 Ph # (403) 346-4487

AC/DC Switch/Breaker Panel Assembly Drawing:

AM727UU0051

Revision:

Sheet:

0

1 of 1

Designer: DP Date: 10/8/2015 Status: Released Appr'd By: RC Approved Date: 10/28/2015 Weight: 5 lbmass Drawn By: DP Checked By: RC Check Date: 10/28/2015 Unless Otherwise Indicated: All Dimensions in Inches. 125 rms Finish Min. REV. DESCRIPTION DATE APPROVED Concentricity: 0.005 TIR Decimal Tolerances: x.xxx `0.005 REVISION HISTORY x.xx `0.01 Fractional Tolerances: `1/16 Exclusive Property Of Lee Specialties Considered Confidential And May Not Be Copied Or Reproduced Without Written Consent Of Lee Specialties Limited Lee Rev 9


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4

3

2

1

6 24

33

36 37

B

B

7 1

29 14 15 8

A

ITEM 1 6 7

QTY 1 1 2

PART NUMBER S1-8DCA-15T S1-850QP-15 PM735UU3914

8 14 15 24 29 33 36 37

1 1 1 1 1 1 4 6

S1- PTDM-00 PM735UU3918 PM735UU3917 S1-BR8R-Q15T PM735UU3920 PM735UU3913 S1-C1019551VB-Q15T S1-SBRES-Q15T

4

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DESCRIPTION 850 DRUM CRADLE ASSEMBLY 850 SINGLE DRUM Type E-Xtra Pillow Block 2-Bolt Base Inch Bore-Type E Pillow Block Fairfield Drive Mount 84 TOOTH SPROCKET / R-100 CHAIN SIZE/24" BORE 14 tooth SPROCKET / R-100 CHAIN SIZE ALUM BRAKE RETAINER 1/2" Turnbuckle BRAKE BAND 1" SHACKLE / GALV. / 8.5 TON CAP CUSTOM EXTENSION SPRING 3

38

ITEM 2 3 7

PARTS LIST PART NUMBER QTY DESCRIPTION 2 PM735UU3916 Brake Pot / 850 Drum Brake Assembly 3 PM735UU3915 Brake Assembly Bearing / 1 1/4" 1 S1-CBA8-Q15T COMPLETE BRAKE ASSEMBLY AS SHOWN DRAWN

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3

2 7

1

6 5 8

B

MACHINED SURFACE TO ACCEPT PLANETARY

7

4

B

3

6

9 2 3 Spline Adapter not Visible

9 1

VIEW7 SCALE 1/5 / Draw Works - Drum Drive Assembly

A

VIEW6 SCALE 1/5 / Part# S1-PTDM-00 / Power Tray.iam ITEM 3 6 7 9

QTY 1 1 1 2

PARTS LIST PART NUMBER Power Tray - Main Bolting Plate S1-MSBF-00 S1-CABPT-00 S1-PTCLSA-12T

DESCRIPTION 10 Bolt Planetary Plate Rear Support Bracket Chain Adjustment Bracket Power Tray Lug Assembly (Cradle Side)

ITEM 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

PART NUMBER PM735UU3913 PM735UU3921 PM735UU3922 S1-HASF-11 S1-HACF-11 S1-SSR1C-98 PM735UU3923 PM735UU3924 PM735UU3925

PARTS LIST

DESCRIPTION Series 51-1 / Sauer Danfoss 6 Series Planetary Two Speed Gearbox Hub Adapter / Weld Sprocket Adapter Locking Plate 14 Tooth Sprocket - R100 Chain Adapter Flange - Machined - 2 O Rings - 6" Pilot Adapter Flange - 1 O Ring - 5" Female Pilot Machined Spline Adapter DRAWN

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1

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ITEM 1 2 3 4 5 6 7

QTY 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

8 9 10

1 1 1

PART NUMBER PM735UU3913 PM735UU3921 PM735UU3922 S1-HASF-11 S1-HACF-11 PM735UU3917 PM735UU3923 PM735UU3924 PM735UU3925 S1-QHAC-Q15T

PARTS LIST

DESCRIPTION Series 51-1 / Sauer Danfoss 6 Series Planetary Two Speed Gearbox Hub Adapter / Weld Sprocket Adapter Locking Plate 14 Tooth Sprocket - R100 Chain Adapter Flange - Machined - 2 O Rings - 6" Pilot Adapter Flange - 1 O Ring - 5" Female Pilot Machined Spline Adapter Hub Assembly Complete

7

B 9 8

3

2

10

A

6

5

A

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AM727UU0049 REV 1 (7 15/16)

1

ITEM QTY PART NUMBER 1 1 PM810UU0015 2 1 PM810UU0016 3 1 PM727UU0399 4 1 PM735UU0798 5 1 PM735UU3752

DESCRIPTION Hydraulic Filler Cap Assembly 10" Sight Glass Line Conditioner Tank Weldment - 3.5 Gallons 12V , 8psi Pump Valve, Load Sensing, Open Center, Hyd Piloted

3

(23 13/16)

1

2 4

1

Material Spec:

NOTE: ITEM 5 NOT SHOWN, TO BE MOUNTED HERE

N/A

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Process Spec:

7739 Edgar Industrial Way Red Deer, Alberta Canada T4P 3R2 Ph # (403) 346-4487

(11 7/8) Line Conditioner Tank - 3.5 Gallons Drawing:

AM727UU0049

Revision:

Sheet:

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1 of 1

Designer: RC Date: 10/26/2015 Status: Released Appr'd By: GF Approved Date: 11/4/2015 Weight: 33 lbmass Drawn By: RC Checked By: GF Check Date: 11/4/2015 1 ECN 16-024: added item 5, item 4 moved 3/30/2016 RC/GF Unless Otherwise Indicated: All Dimensions in Inches. 125 rms Finish Min. REV. DESCRIPTION DATE APPROVED Concentricity: 0.005 TIR Decimal Tolerances: x.xxx `0.005 REVISION HISTORY x.xx `0.01 Fractional Tolerances: `1/16 Exclusive Property Of Lee Specialties Considered Confidential And May Not Be Copied Or Reproduced Without Written Consent Of Lee Specialties Limited Lee Rev 9


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AM751UU0006 REV 0 ITEM QTY PART NUMBER 53 2 PM810UU0071 54 2 PM810UU0072 55 2 PM810UU0087 56 2 PM810UU0114 57 1 PM810UU0522 58 2 PM810UU0565 59 1 PM810UU0788 60 2 PM810UU0852 61 2 PM810UU0853 62 2 PM810UU0867 63 2 PM810UU0868 64 2 PM810UU0953 65 1 PM810UU1282 66 1 PM810UU1283 67 10 PM810UU1410 68 1 PM813UU0202 69 1 PM873UU0437 70 1 PM901UU0055 71 1 PM901UU0056 72 1 AM751UU0018 1 73 AM751UU0019

MGW: 6500 LB (2949 KG) TARE: 1900 LB (862 KG) WLL: 4600 LB (2087 KG)

ITEM QTY PART NUMBER 1 1 PM751UU0063 2 1 AM816UU0083 3 1 AM817UU0051 4 1 AM751UU0007 5 1 AM751UU0008 6 1 AM751UU0009 7 1 AM751UU0010 8 1 AM751UU0011 9 1 AM751UU0012 10 1 AM751UU0017 11 2 PM553UU0588 12 2 PM553UU0715 13 1 PM730UU1025 14 1 PM730UU1039 15 1 PM735UU0181 16 1 PM735UU0349 17 1 PM735UU0464 18 1 PM735UU0515 19 2 PM735UU0516 20 2 PM735UU0517 21 1 PM735UU0518 22 1 PM735UU0558 1 23 PM735UU0801 24 1 PM735UU1384 25 1 PM735UU1398 26 1 PM735UU1660 27 1 PE735UU2066 28 1 PM735UU3813 29 1 PM735UU3833 30 1 PM735UU3878 31 1 PM735UU3887 32 1 PM735UU3906 33 1 PM740UU1081 34 1 PM740UU1124 35 1 PM751UU0032 36 1 PM751UU0065 37 1 PM751UU0066 38 1 PM751UU0090 39 1 PM751UU0091 40 1 PM751UU0133 41 2 PM751UU0134 42 1 PM751UU0135 43 1 PM751UU0140 44 1 PM751UU0145 45 1 PM751UU0149 46 2 PM751UU0152 47 1 PM751UU0155 48 1 PM751UU0156 49 1 PM810UU0025 50 1 PM810UU00068 51 1 PM810UU00069 52 1 PM810UU0070

(80 5/16)

UNIT CERTIFIED TO DNV 2.7-1.

DESCRIPTION Small Toggle Clamp Reciever Hook − Toggle Clamp 12 Volt Battery All Weather Battery Box In Dash Recessed Handle Work Light Sauer−Danfoss 11cc Pump Cable, Battery, Blk, 4GA, 56"Long Cable, Battery, Red, 4GA, 56"Long 4˜ H.D. SLOT WINCH Strap 3 x 25’ Flat Hook Gas Spring − 4138T532 − McMaster Carr Multi Coupling Assembly GRM6 6 Pos. Multi Coupling Assembly GR6−9 5 Pos. Exhaust Wrap, 15’ Roll Emergency Shut Down Plate Muffler, 2−1/2" End Inlet / Side Outlet DNV 2.7−1 − Data Plate DNV 2.7−1 − Inspection Data Plate Fitting Package Electrical Part Package

DESCRIPTION Power Pack Skid Mounts Hydraulic Tank Assembly, 38 Gallon Fuel Tank Assembly, 30 Gallon Power Pack Control Panel Power Pack Air Tank Assembly Check Valve Assembly Power Pack Cover Plate, RHS Assembly Power Pack Rear Cover Plate Assembly Power Pack Side Cover Plate, LHS Assembly Engine Assembly Elbow 4K 20MORBX20MMJIC 90 Deg Steel PLUG 2" MNPT Hex Head Brass Cover Dash Hood Weldment 100cc Generator Pump Sauer−Danfoss Series 90 55cc Axial Piston Motor Pump Hyd Sauer Danfoss Rain Cap − 2.5" − Donaldson − P270534 Band Clamp − Donaldson − M002118 Pipe Clamp − Exhaust − Donaldson − J190058 Exhaust Elbow − 90deg. − Donaldson − P206339 Oil Cooler − AKG−30−12 Spark Arrestor, 2−1/2", Donaldson M065030 Gas Sensor Generator 20KW Single Phase w/ Motor Mount Outlet − Interlocked Switched Receptacle − 600v Outlet Box Sling Set, DNV Certified 2 Speed Switch − Revguard Battery Selector Switch Tarp, Black, Sling Protection Toolbox, Heavy Duty, 23" x 10−1/2" x 9−3/4" Flex Pipe, 2−1/2", Stainless Steel (Cut As Required) Hydraulic Pump Mount Subassembly Exhaust Pipe, Aluminized Steel, 2.5" O.D. x 4−1/2"L Power Pack Upper Floor Pan − Front Power Pack Upper Floor Pan − Rear Power Pack Front Cover Plate, Bottom Power Pack Front Cover Plate, Center Power Pack Top Side Cover Plate, RHS Power Pack Top Side Cover Plate, Front / Rear Power Pack Top Side Cover Plate, LHS Spark Arrestor Mount Bracket Spark Arrestor Guard Generator Bracket Weldment Spreader Bar Cradle Weldment Mounting Bracket, Combustible Gas Detector Mount, Battery Selector Switch Stop Cable Dash Hood Hinge − Left Dash Hood Hinge − Right Dash Work Light

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7739 Edgar Industrial Way Red Deer, Alberta Canada T4P 3R2 Ph # (403) 346-4487

Wireline Skid Power Pack, DNV 2.7-1, Non-zoned Drawing:

Revision:

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Designer: RC Date: 7/10/2015 Status: Released Weight: N/A Appr'd By: GF Approved Date: 5/12/2016 Drawn By: RC Checked By: GF Check Date: 5/12/2016 Unless Otherwise Indicated: All Dimensions in Inches. 125 rms Finish Min. DATE APPROVED REV. DESCRIPTION Decimal Tolerances: x.xxx `0.005 Concentricity: 0.005 TIR REVISION HISTORY x.xx `0.01 Fractional Tolerances: `1/16 Exclusive Property Of Lee Specialties Considered Confidential And May Not Be Copied Or Reproduced Without Written Consent Of Lee Specialties Limited Lee Rev 9 Ledger


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23 18

13

46

2

22

11

3 12 59 15

56

55

60

61

Material Spec:

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17 Wireline Skid Power Pack, DNV 2.7-1, Non-zoned Drawing:

Revision:

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Sheet:

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Designer: RC Date: 7/10/2015 Status: Released Weight: N/A Appr'd By: GF Approved Date: 5/12/2016 Drawn By: RC Checked By: GF Check Date: 5/12/2016 Unless Otherwise Indicated: All Dimensions in Inches. 125 rms Finish Min. DATE APPROVED REV. DESCRIPTION Decimal Tolerances: x.xxx `0.005 Concentricity: 0.005 TIR REVISION HISTORY Fractional Tolerances: `1/16 x.xx `0.01 Exclusive Property Of Lee Specialties Considered Confidential And May Not Be Copied Or Reproduced Without Written Consent Of Lee Specialties Limited Lee Rev 9 Ledger


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AM751UU0006 REV 0

13 44

37 62 36

70

71

65

66

5 25 34 45 16

Material Spec:

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Process Spec:

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Revision:

AM751UU0006

Sheet:

0

3 of 5

Designer: RC Date: 7/10/2015 Status: Released Weight: N/A Appr'd By: GF Approved Date: 5/12/2016 Drawn By: RC Checked By: GF Check Date: 5/12/2016 Unless Otherwise Indicated: All Dimensions in Inches. 125 rms Finish Min. DATE APPROVED REV. DESCRIPTION Decimal Tolerances: x.xxx `0.005 Concentricity: 0.005 TIR REVISION HISTORY Fractional Tolerances: `1/16 x.xx `0.01 Exclusive Property Of Lee Specialties Considered Confidential And May Not Be Copied Or Reproduced Without Written Consent Of Lee Specialties Limited Lee Rev 9 Ledger


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AM751UU0006 REV 0 58 57 50 54 53 64 51 52 14

21 26

47

24 27

6

69

48

35

33

20

67

30

49

68

4

Material Spec:

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Process Spec:

7739 Edgar Industrial Way Red Deer, Alberta Canada T4P 3R2 Ph # (403) 346-4487

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4 of 5

Designer: RC Date: 7/10/2015 Status: Released Weight: N/A Appr'd By: GF Approved Date: 5/12/2016 Drawn By: RC Checked By: GF Check Date: 5/12/2016 Unless Otherwise Indicated: All Dimensions in Inches. 125 rms Finish Min. DATE APPROVED REV. DESCRIPTION Decimal Tolerances: x.xxx `0.005 Concentricity: 0.005 TIR REVISION HISTORY Fractional Tolerances: `1/16 x.xx `0.01 Exclusive Property Of Lee Specialties Considered Confidential And May Not Be Copied Or Reproduced Without Written Consent Of Lee Specialties Limited Lee Rev 9 Ledger


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AM751UU0006 REV 0 PANEL PACKAGE

41

42

41

41

39

8

38

40 9 7 Material Spec:

N/A

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Revision:

AM751UU0006

Sheet:

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5 of 5

Designer: RC Date: 7/10/2015 Status: Released Weight: N/A Appr'd By: GF Approved Date: 5/12/2016 Drawn By: RC Checked By: GF Check Date: 5/12/2016 Unless Otherwise Indicated: All Dimensions in Inches. 125 rms Finish Min. DATE APPROVED REV. DESCRIPTION Decimal Tolerances: x.xxx `0.005 Concentricity: 0.005 TIR REVISION HISTORY Fractional Tolerances: `1/16 x.xx `0.01 Exclusive Property Of Lee Specialties Considered Confidential And May Not Be Copied Or Reproduced Without Written Consent Of Lee Specialties Limited Lee Rev 9 Ledger


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AM751UU0007 REV 1

1

ITEM QTY PART NUMBER 1 1 PM751UU0111 2 1 PE735UU2086 3 2 PE735UU2088 4 1 PE735UU2093 5 1 PM810UU0036 6 2 PM810UU0038 7 1 PM810UU1034 8 1 PM735UU1941 9 1 PM735UU3844 10 2 PM735UU3845

DESCRIPTION Dash Panel BREAKER PUSH/PULL 5AMP W32-X1A1G-5 BREAKER TOGGLE 5AMP W31-X2M1G-5 BREAKER PUSH/PULL 40AMP W23-X1A1G-40 Engine Start Switch Boot, Switch Cover ( Large) Lever Switch (On-Off) Throttle, Excel Light LED Indicator Red Light LED Indicator Amber

15 5

1

9

1

10

1

3

8 1/2

6

6

3 5 3/8

8

7

2

4 Material Spec:

N/A

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7739 Edgar Industrial Way Red Deer, Alberta Canada T4P 3R2 Ph # (403) 346-4487

Power Pack Control Panel Drawing:

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Designer: CJ Date: 8/4/2015 Status: Released Appr'd By: RC Approved Date: 9/11/2015 Weight: 8 lbmass Drawn By: CJones Checked By: RC Check Date: 9/11/2015 1 ECN 15-126: lights added 11/6/2015 RC/GF Unless Otherwise Indicated: All Dimensions in Inches. 125 rms Finish Min. REV. DESCRIPTION DATE APPROVED Concentricity: 0.005 TIR Decimal Tolerances: x.xxx `0.005 REVISION HISTORY x.xx `0.01 Fractional Tolerances: `1/16 Exclusive Property Of Lee Specialties Considered Confidential And May Not Be Copied Or Reproduced Without Written Consent Of Lee Specialties Limited Lee Rev 9


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AM751UU0008 REV 1 1

1

ITEM QTY PART NUMBER 1 1 PM735UU0420 2 1 PM509UU0048 5 1 PM810UU0640 6 1 PM553UU0523 7 1 PM556MI025SEL 8 2 PM553UU0520 9 1 PM553UU0704

DESCRIPTION Air Tank - Traction 461003 (1490 cu in) Gauge - 2.5" 0-160 psi - Bottom 1/4" MNPT 1/4" NPT Petcock, Drain Valve Reducer 12 MNPT x 4FNPT (3/4 x 1/4 FF) Fitting, Elbow 90°, #4 MNPT X #4 FNPT Plug, 6 MNPT Hollow Hex Plug Parker Triple-Lok NPT-M Elbow, 8-12 CTX-S

28 3/8 15 3/8

2

1

12 3/8

7

6

9

8

5 Material Spec:

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Power Pack Air Tank Assembly Drawing:

AM751UU0008

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Designer: CJ Date: 8/20/2015 Status: Released Appr'd By: RC Approved Date: 9/11/2015 Weight: 32 lbmass Drawn By: CJ Checked By: RC Check Date: 9/11/2015 1 ECN 16-029: items 3, 4 removed 4/1/2016 RC/GF Unless Otherwise Indicated: All Dimensions in Inches. 125 rms Finish Min. REV. DESCRIPTION DATE APPROVED Concentricity: 0.005 TIR Decimal Tolerances: x.xxx `0.005 REVISION HISTORY x.xx `0.01 Fractional Tolerances: `1/16 Exclusive Property Of Lee Specialties Considered Confidential And May Not Be Copied Or Reproduced Without Written Consent Of Lee Specialties Limited Lee Rev 9


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AM751UU0009 REV 0 ITEM QTY PART NUMBER 1 1 AM813UU0080 2 1 PM735UU0557 3 2 ADAPT STL 12MORBX12FJIC SWIVEL 4 1 PM726UU0119

DESCRIPTION 3/4" 3K ORIFICE ASSEMBLY Solinoid Check Valve ADAPT STL Male ORB 3/4" x Female JIC 3/4" Swivel Hydraulic Line Orifice

(5 1/8)

4 1

16

3 3

2

2

Material Spec:

N/A

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Process Spec:

7739 Edgar Industrial Way Red Deer, Alberta Canada T4P 3R2 Ph # (403) 346-4487

Check Valve Assembly Drawing:

AM751UU0009

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Designer: CJ Date: 8/24/2015 Status: Released Appr'd By: RC Approved Date: 9/11/2015 Weight: 6 lbmass Drawn By: CJ Checked By: RC Check Date: 9/11/2015 Unless Otherwise Indicated: All Dimensions in Inches. 125 rms Finish Min. REV. DESCRIPTION DATE APPROVED Concentricity: 0.005 TIR Decimal Tolerances: x.xxx `0.005 REVISION HISTORY x.xx `0.01 Fractional Tolerances: `1/16 Exclusive Property Of Lee Specialties Considered Confidential And May Not Be Copied Or Reproduced Without Written Consent Of Lee Specialties Limited Lee Rev 9


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AM816UU0083 REV 0

23 3/4

ITEM QTY PART NUMBER 1 1 PM816UU0230 2 1 PM810UU0015 3 1 PM813UU0135 4 1 PM813UU0021 5 1 PM502UU0004 6 1 PM810UU0728 7 1 PM810UU0115-B 8 1 PM810UU0016 9 2 PM810UU0192 10 1 PM810UU0050 11 3 PM556SA125N 12 2 PM810UU0341 13 1 PM556UU0036 14 1 PM553UU0690 15 2 PM525UU0009 16 6 PM953MS025 17 6 PM954MS025 18 6 PM952MS025-20-075 19 1 PM553UU0675 20 1 PM810UU0049

DESCRIPTION Hydraulic Tank Weldment, 38 Gallon Hydraulic Filler Cap Assembly Cleanout Cover Gasket - Rubber Tank Cleanout Cover ELB, STL, 1/4" MNPT, 90° 1/4" FNPT-Ball Valve Decal - "HYD OIL" 2" Black 10" Sight Glass 2" Suction Screen Filter- Hydraulic- Donaldson - P165659 1 1/4" NPT CLOSE NIPPLE 1-1/4" Brass Gate Valve 20MNPTx12FNPT, Bushing Elbow, Steel, 12MJICX12MNPT, 12 CTX-S ADAPT STEEL 1"MALE JIC X 1-1/4" MALE NPT 1/4" GR8 Flatwasher 1/4" GR8 Lockwasher 1/4-20 X .75 UNC GR 8 HEX HEAD CAPSCREW Plug Hex Head Steel Male NPT 1/4" FILTER BASE

28 11/16 4

2

3 18

8

10

14

13

20

15

12

11

9

17

16

11

26 1/4

7

1

Material Spec:

5

6

19

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7739 Edgar Industrial Way Red Deer, Alberta Canada T4P 3R2 Ph # (403) 346-4487

Hydraulic Tank Assembly, 38 Gallon Drawing:

AM816UU0083

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Designer: CJ Date: 8/19/2015 Status: Released Appr'd By: RC Approved Date: 9/11/2015 Weight: N/A Drawn By: CJones Checked By: RC Check Date: 9/11/2015 Unless Otherwise Indicated: All Dimensions in Inches. 125 rms Finish Min. REV. DESCRIPTION DATE APPROVED Concentricity: 0.005 TIR Decimal Tolerances: x.xxx `0.005 REVISION HISTORY x.xx `0.01 Fractional Tolerances: `1/16 Exclusive Property Of Lee Specialties Considered Confidential And May Not Be Copied Or Reproduced Without Written Consent Of Lee Specialties Limited Lee Rev 9


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AM817UU0051 REV 0

25 7/8

ITEM QTY PART NUMBER 1 1 PM817UU0090 2 1 PM813UU0135 3 1 PM810UU0011 4 1 PM813UU0021 5 1 PM502UU0004 6 2 PM810UU0728 7 1 PM553UU0675 8 1 PM810UU0206-B 9 1 PM556CB038-031BEL 10 1 PM556SA375BV 11 1 PM556CB038BEL 12 1 PM556SA375N 13 1 PM556CB025-031HB 14 1 PM525UU0032 15 4 PM810UU0048

DESCRIPTION Fuel Tank Weldment, 30 Gallon Cleanout Cover Gasket - Rubber Fuel Filler Cap Assembly Tank Cleanout Cover ELB, STL, 1/4" MNPT, 90° 1/4" FNPT-Ball Valve Plug Hex Head Steel Male NPT 1/4" Decal - DIESEL 2" 3/8"NPT Brass - 5/16"Hose Barb 90deg Elbow 3/8" FNPT Ball Valve, Stainless 3/8" Brass Hose Barb 90deg Elbow 3/8" NPT Nipple Adapter, Brass, 5/16" Hose Barb x 1/4" MNPT ELBOW STEEL 6MNPTX4MNPT 90 DEG Hose Clamp, Size 002 (Ø6/12 mm) TRIDON

1

4

2

3

18 3/4 9 15 11

10

26 3/16

13 6 14 12

10 8

Material Spec:

7 6

5

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Process Spec:

7739 Edgar Industrial Way Red Deer, Alberta Canada T4P 3R2 Ph # (403) 346-4487

Fuel Tank Assembly, 30 Gallon Drawing:

AM817UU0051

Revision:

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Designer: CJ Date: 9/11/2015 Status: Released Appr'd By: RC Approved Date: 9/11/2015 Weight: N/A Drawn By: CJones Checked By: RC Check Date: 9/11/2015 Unless Otherwise Indicated: All Dimensions in Inches. 125 rms Finish Min. REV. DESCRIPTION DATE APPROVED Concentricity: 0.005 TIR Decimal Tolerances: x.xxx `0.005 REVISION HISTORY x.xx `0.01 Fractional Tolerances: `1/16 Exclusive Property Of Lee Specialties Considered Confidential And May Not Be Copied Or Reproduced Without Written Consent Of Lee Specialties Limited Lee Rev 9


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Double drum e line skid am727uu0032 manual for print version rev0  
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