Flashcards in NAVMED P-5010 CH.6 Deck (16):
Who is responsible for the design, construction and maintenance of shipboard potable water systems?
Who is responsible for water connections for ship to shore?
Responsible for establishing and promulgating health standards for water quality afloat?
Who is responsible for the chloride and hydrogen ion testing of the ships potable water?
What is potable water used for on a ship?
drinking, cooking, laundry, medical, personal/hygiene
T or F Seawater in food services spaces including sculleries is ok:
Ship should have no less than how much potable water per person per day?
How much potable water does NAVSEA recommend for new ships?
50 gallons per day per man
How do you clean potable water connection?
100ppm FAC for at least 2min
Shipboard potable water riser shall be at least__inches above the deck and turned____.
18 - down
What are they types of water production plants onboard ships?
distillation(heat) and reverse osmosis(filtration)
What color are potable water pipes?
What FAC is required for water received from an unapproved source?
2.0ppm after 30min
What are the methods of cleaning potable water tanks?
mechanical and chemical
What is required for emergency disinfection of water?
chlorinate to 5.0ppm after 30min or bring to rolling boil for 2min