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1 SGCP Operator Training Portable Pressure Calibrator Outfitting
and Portable Pressure Calibrator Outfitting Update Kathy Saunders NAVSEA TMDE

2 OVERVIEW Course Description Proposed Master Course Schedule
Training Improvement Process Work to Date Schedule Current Efforts for PPC Fielding PPC Outfitting Metrics Outfitting Issues

3 SGCP OPERATOR COURSE – CIN# A-652-0500X
COURSE DESCRIPTION: Course Mission Statement: The Surface Shipboard Gage Calibration Operator course is designed to provide selected naval and other authorized personnel with the knowledge and skills to operate Surface Shipboard Gage Calibration Standards.

4 Master Course Schedule (proposed)
Training to include use of PMS MIP Series 9802/XXX (9802/001 for 1127; 9802/004 for 3666; 9802/PPC for 3731; 9802/002 for 3604; 9802/003 for 3605; 9802/006 for TSD 650) Planned inclusion to course curriculum is Differential (Barton) Gages and Detroit Style Switches. Modifications will include the addition of knowledge material to Topic 2.1 (Pressure Principles) and Topic 3.1 (Temperature Principles). Development of practical application Job Sheets for pressure and temperature calibration of these gages and switches are required in Labs The technical manual reference is S700-B4-PRO-010.

5 Training Improvement Process
PPC, Torque, SGCP TECH Data will be added to current curriculum In order to update Current Training : Navy Systems Training Plan (NSTP) must be updated Draft is complete (pending approval/final course rev) Torque and Portable Pressure Calibrator to be included Legacy equipment retained 1040C is not included in the current POI per TYCOMs Front End Analysis (FEA) must be completed Gaps identified have been incorporated into the POI CRL, 9802 MRC’s, Safety, Barton Gages, Detroit style switches, New pressure and torque standards added. Business Case has been developed, pending review Proposed Course length extended to 7 days review by CNET, TYCOMS Standards Repair Course at Corry Station - Not reviewed

6 WORK TO DATE Updated NTSP, BCA and FEA
Changes pending final COI review and update PPC OEM delivered training incorporated into waterfront training Provided to CNE Norfolk 3 instructors CNE has reviewed courseware provided by NAVSEA 04 Waterfront training is in place and on-going Developed initial outfitting strategy to support PPC delivery to ships TYCOMS coordinating Completed rewrite of modules 1.1, 1.2, 4.1, 4.2 Staffed to SYSCOM Subject matter experts Legacy Course material converted to WORD Format To aid in material review comments/track change process

7 SCHEDULE 2009 X = Activity [C] = draft due [F] = document finalized
Event % Comp Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Review Requirements 100 Receive OEM Training Material Draft FEA / Task Analysis Draft BCA 80 X F Draft NTSP COI Revisions 50 SME TYCOM Review 30 Conduct Pilot TBD X = Activity [C] = draft due [F] = document finalized

8 CURRENT EFFORTS For PPC Fielding
Two Step approach – near term Initial outfitting training support (IN PLACE) Major basins Sustainment Training – long term Provided by CNE sites as Surface Ship training TYCOMS and Subject Matter Experts to review COI Master Schedule, Modules 1.1, 1.2 and 4.1, 4.2 under review now. Temp, Pressure, Barton and Detroit switch modules to follow

9 PPC Outfitting Metrics
BASIN BAHRAIN EVERETT GAETA GROTON GUAM MAYPORT NORFOLK PEARL HBR SAN DIEGO SASEBO YOKOSUKA SCN ACU 2 AS 1 CG 4 6 3 7 DDG 21 10 FFG 12 LCC LCS LPD LSD MCM 9 MST SSN 15 8 5 TOTALS 20 55 26 50 FIELDED TO DATE 31 16 14 Total sets outfitted to date: OPN: 75 sets; SCN 14 sets

10 PPC – Phosphate ester issue
From Naval Ships Technical Manual 556 SYNTHETIC FIRE RESISTANT FLUIDS (PHOSPHATE ESTER BASE). Tertiary butylated triphenyl phosphate fluids per MIL-H have been used in aircraft elevators and other surface ship hydraulic systems where a fire resistant fluid is required. The current formulation, MIL-H Revision C and later is not toxic and less irritating than earlier formulations. The improved formulation is recognized by its blue color while the earlier formulations were green in color. Use only fluids in containers marked MIL-H Rev C, or later. Care is required in handling MIL-H fluid. See paragraph for handling precautions and protective equipment.

11 PPC – Phosphate ester issue
From TAMS Executive Board meeting March 24, 2009 NAVSEA TMDE will establish a engineering study to evaluate the viability of the proposed Heavy Duty Exception Trap for use with fluids as identified by NAVSEA/NAVAIR used in conjunction with aircraft and ammunition elevators onboard air-capable vessels. Testing to be accomplished at two sites: NSWCCD Philadelphia and NSWC Corona To date: request into King Nutronics on part ordering information on four traps for testing.

12 Outfitting Issues to Date
Use of Teflon tape on the hand pump output fitting. These are AN fittings and Teflon thread tape should NOT be used when making AN connections. Additional priming to overcome the lack of humidity within the hand pump. Priming required to re-moisturize internal seals to minimize pressure leaks. During outfitting in Pearl Harbor, contaminants have been found during initial priming in several of the sets recently delivered to Navy. Report with findings has been sent to King Nutronics who is working with their suppliers to determine source of debris.

13 POC LIST NSWCCD-SSES 953 – SISCAL ISEA NAVSEA Contractor Support
Ed Gormley (215) NAVSEA Kisan Pandit SEA 04RM3 (202) Technical Warrant Holder Dave Young SEA 04RM32 (202) SISCAL Program Manager Kathy Saunders SEA 04RM34 (757) ext 131 TMDE Program Manager 9acting) PPC Initial Outfitting, ILS Jeff Anderson SEA 04RM34 (757) ext 127 TMDE Deputy Program Manager PPC Calibration logistics Contractor Support Mike Litwin CACI (757)

14 Questions ? Email me at: Kathleen.saunders@navy.mil
Ideas, comments and suggestions ? Call me at: ext 131

15 Backup Slides

16 SGCP Training Backup Slide
STUDENT THROUGHPUT: AFLOAT TRAINING GROUP, MID PACIFIC CENTER FOR NAVAL ENGINEERING, NORFOLK 225 CENTER FOR NAVAL ENGINEERING, SAN DIEGO 126 GROTON TRAINING SUPPORT, WEST PACIFIC 108 BANGOR KINGS BAY KINGS BAY MTT 48 RMC’s ? Guam ? ATTRITION: 0 LENGTH: LENGTH 5 DAYS CLASS HOURS: 23 LAB HOURS: 17

17 Master Course Schedule
Day 1 Topic Curriculum Time (Hrs) 1.1 Course Indoctrination and Orientation 1 1.2 Navy Metrology and Calibration (METCAL); Shipboard Instrumentation and Systems Calibration (SISCAL) 2 (orig is 3) 2.1 Pressure Calibration Concepts and Principles 3 (orig is 4) 2.2 Principles of Operation and Application of 1127 Pressure Unit 2 (orig is 1) Day 2 Exam Lab Safety Demonstration (includes written knowledge test) 1 Lab 1 * Demonstration and Trainee use of 1127 Pressure Unit 3 (orig is 2) 2.3 Principles of Operation and Application of 3666 (series) Pressure Unit 2 Lab 2 * Demonstration and Trainee use of 3666 (series) Pressure Unit 2 (orig is 2) Day 3 Lab 2 (cont’) * Trainee use 3666 (series) Pressure Unit 1 “ “ 2.4 Principles of Operation and Application of 3721 (series) PPC Units 3 Lab 3 * Demonstration and Trainee use of 3721 (series) PPC Units 4

18 Master Course Schedule
Day 4 Topic Curriculum Time (Hrs) Lab 3 (cont’) * Trainee use of 3721 PPC Units 4 3.1 Temperature Calibration Concepts and Principles 1 (orig is 2) 3.2 Principles of Operation and Application of 3605/3604 Thermo Unit 2 Lab 4 * Demonstration and Trainee use of 3605/3604 Thermo Unit 1 (orig is 4) Day 5 Lab 4 (cont’) * Demonstration and Trainee use of 3605/3604 Thermo Unit 2 “ “ 4.1 Torque Calibration Concepts and Principles 2 4.2 Principles of Operation and Application of TSD 650 Torque System 1 Lab 5 * Demonstration and Trainee use of TSD 650 Torque System 3 (orig is 2) Day 6 Exam Knowledge test (written) 2 Exam Performance (Lab) 6 Day 7 (TBD) Introduction to Calibration of Barton Gages Introduction to Calibration of Detroit Switches LAB (Detroit and Barton Gages and Switches) 3 EXAM

19 Heavy Duty Exception Fluid Kit
Kit will be contained in a Pelican type transit case of approximate dimensions 16" x 13" x 6". Kit Contents: 1/ea. 3ft test hose 1/ea. 6ft. test hose 1/ea. Heavy Duty Exception Fluid trap (see attached photo) Constructed of stainless steel, EPDM o-rings and borosilicate armored glass. 1/ea. Adapter fittings kit 1/ea. Exception trap adapter kit (45 and 90 degree elbow fittings, stainless steel) 1/ea. Exception trap o-ring kit Volume of trap is 3.7 oz., much larger than the standard trap provided with the 3731 (1.5 oz.) Total Price per kit: $4,056.00

20 PPC – HEAVY DUTY EXCEPTION KIT

21 PPC HEAVY DUTY EXCEPTION TRAP

22 OEM Testing Report

23 Configuration For Fresh (potable) Water, Air and Refrigerants
Part number: SCAT NSN: 7Z For Hydraulic oil, Seawater and Exception Fluids Part number: SCAT 5090 NSN: 7Z

24 Configuration Model 3731 Portable Pressure Calibrator
Kit is comprised of: One Druck Hand pump – part# PV411A Four Crystal Engineering Digital Pressure Gages, part#: ; ; ; Hose kit assembly Hydraulic Reservoir assembly Hydraulic & exception fluid trap assembly Accessory Kit Adapter Fittings Kit

25 METRL Entries 3731-2-1:Pneumatic Portable Pressure Calibrator
CAGE: (listed as SR) : Hydraulic Portable Pressure Calibrator /300/3000/6000: Pressure Head CAGE: 1PS62 (listed as 24 months) PV411A: Portable Pressure Hand Pump CAGE: 1CE49 (listed as NCR) Note: ALL entries to be reflected by JUNE 2009 METPRO


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