Ships and marine technology - Drainage systems on ships and marine structures - Part 1: Sanitary drainage-system design (ISO 15749-1:2004)

ISO 15749-1:2004 is valid, in conjunction with ISO 15749-2 to ISO 15749-4, for planning and designing drainage systems which evacuate wastewater from accommodation and commissary areas (sanitary drainage) on ships and marine structures.
Drainage of weather decks, cargo holds and swimming pools is covered by ISO 15749-5.
This series of standards takes into consideration the basic regulations and minimum requirements concerning hygienic requirements and the protection of the marine environment.
ISO 15749-1:2004 does not apply to pipe systems carrying oily, chemically contaminated wastewater capable of forming flammable gas/oxygen mixtures.

Schiffe und Meerestechnik - Entwässerungsanlagen auf Schiffen und Seebauwerken - Teil 1: Sanitär-Entwässerung, Auslegung der Anlage (ISO 15749:2004)

Diese Norm gilt in Verbindung mit EN ISO 15759-2 bis EN ISO 15759-4 für die Planung und Konstruktion des Rohrleitungsteiles von Entwässerungsanlagen zur Ableitung von Abwasser aus Wohn- und Wirtschaftsbereichen (Sanitär-Entwässerung) auf Schiffen und Seebauwerken.
Für die Entwässerungsleitungen zur Ableitung von Abwasser von freien Decks, Laderäumen und Schwimmbädern gilt EN ISO 15759-5.
Die grundsätzlichen Bestimmungen und Mindestanforderungen hinsichtlich der hygienischen Erfordernisse und zum Schutz der Meeresumwelt sind in dieser Reihe der Normen EN ISO 15759 berücksichtigt.
Diese Norm gilt nicht für Rohrleitungen für Abwasser, das Öl und Chemikalien enthält und das zündfähige Gas-Luftgemische bilden kann.

Navires et technologie maritime - Installations de drainage sur navires et structures maritimes - Partie 1: Conception des systèmes d'écoulement sanitaires (ISO 15749-1:2004)

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Ships and marine technology - Drainage systems on ships and marine structures - Part

1: Sanitary drainage-system design (ISO 15749-1:2004)
Schiffe und Meerestechnik - Entwässerungsanlagen auf Schiffen und Seebauwerken -
Teil 1: Sanitär-Entwässerung, Auslegung der Anlage (ISO 15749:2004)

Navires et technologie maritime - Installations de drainage sur navires et structures

maritimes - Partie 1: Conception des systemes d'écoulement sanitaires (ISO 15749-

1:2004)
Ta slovenski standard je istoveten z: EN ISO 15749-1:2004
ICS:
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INTERNATIONAL ISO
STANDARD 15749-1
First edition
2004-05-01
Ships and marine technology —
Drainage systems on ships and
marine structures —
Part 1:
Sanitary drainage-system design
Navires et technologie maritime — Installations de drainage sur navires
et structures maritimes —
Partie 1: Conception des systèmes d'écoulement sanitaires
Reference number
ISO 15749-1:2004(E)
ISO 2004
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Contents Page

Foreword............................................................................................................................................................ iv

1 Scope...................................................................................................................................................... 1

2 Normative references ........................................................................................................................... 1

3 Terms and definitions........................................................................................................................... 2

4 Planning ................................................................................................................................................. 5

5 Hygienic and environmental requirements ........................................................................................ 6

6 Structure of a drainage system ........................................................................................................... 7

7 Drain lines.............................................................................................................................................. 8

8 Collector tank ...................................................................................................................................... 13

9 Sewage treatment plant...................................................................................................................... 14

10 Ventilation of sewage treatment plants ............................................................................................ 15

11 Sewage disposal pipes....................................................................................................................... 15

12 Testing.................................................................................................................................................. 15

13 Operation of pipework........................................................................................................................ 16

14 Graphical symbols and simplified representations ........................................................................ 16

Annex A (informative) Graphical symbols ..................................................................................................... 17

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Foreword

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rights. ISO shall not be held responsible for identifying any or all such patent rights.

ISO 15749-1 was prepared by Technical Committee ISO/TC 8, Ships and marine technology, Subcommittee

SC 3, Piping and machinery.

ISO 15749 consists of the following parts, under the general title Ships and marine technology — Drainage

systems on ships and marine structures:
— Part 1: Sanitary drainage-system design
— Part 2: Sanitary drainage, drain piping for gravity systems
— Part 3: Sanitary drainage, drain piping for vacuum systems
— Part 4: Sanitary drainage, sewage disposal pipes
— Part 5: Drainage of decks, cargo spaces and swimming pools
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INTERNATIONAL STANDARD ISO 15749-1:2004(E)
Ships and marine technology — Drainage systems on ships
and marine structures —
Part 1:
Sanitary drainage-system design
1 Scope

This part of ISO 15749 is valid, in conjunction with ISO 15749-2 to ISO 15749-4, for planning and designing

drainage systems which evacuate wastewater from accommodation and commissary areas (sanitary

drainage) on ships and marine structures.

Drainage of weather decks, cargo holds and swimming pools is covered by ISO 15749-5.

This series of standards takes into consideration the basic regulations and minimum requirements concerning

hygienic requirements and the protection of the marine environment.

This part of ISO 15749 does not apply to pipe systems carrying oily, chemically contaminated wastewater

capable of forming flammable gas/oxygen mixtures.
2 Normative references

The following referenced documents are indispensable for the application of this document. For dated

references, only the edition cited applies. For undated references, the latest edition of the referenced

document (including any amendments) applies.

IMO Publication MARPOL, Protocol of 1978 relating to the international convention for the prevention of

pollution from ships 1973, Annex IV/Regulations for the prevention of pollution by sewage from ships

IMO Publication MEPC.2 (VI), Recommendation on international effluent standards and guidelines for

performance tests for sewage treatment plants, January 1977

IMO Publication MSC/Circ. 648, Annex Guidelines for the operation, inspection and maintenance of ship

sewage systems

IMO Resolution A.753 (18), Guidelines for the application of plastic pipes on ships

ISO/R 538, Conventional signs to be used in the schemes for the installations of pipeline systems in ships

ISO 727-1, Fittings made from unplasticized poly(vinyl chloride) (PVC-U), chlorinated poly(vinyl chloride)

(PVC-C) or acrylonitrile/butadiene/styrene (ABS) with plain sockets for pipes under pressure — Part 1: Metric

series

ISO 1461, Hot dip galvanized coatings on fabricated iron and steel articles — Specifications and test methods

1) Published by International Maritime Organization, London.

Available from IMO Secretariat, Publications Section, 101-104 Picadilly, London W1V, United Kingdom.

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ISO 1964, Shipbuilding — Indication of details on the general arrangement plans on ships

ISO 4067-1, Technical drawings — Installations — Part 1: Graphical symbols for plumbing, heating, ventilation

and ducting

ISO 4067-2, Building and civil engineering drawings — Installations — Part 2: Simplified representation of

sanitary appliances
ISO 10628, Flow diagrams for process plants — General rules

ISO 14617-3, Graphical symbols for diagrams — Part 3: Connections and related devices

ISO 15749-2, Ships and marine technology — Drainage systems on ships and marine structures — Part 2:

Sanitary drainage, drain piping for gravity systems

ISO 15749-3, Ships and marine technology — Drainage systems on ships and marine structures — Part 3:

Sanitary drainage,drain piping for vacuum systems

ISO 15749-4, Ships and marine technology — Drainage systems on ships and marine structures — Part 4:

Sanitary drainage, sewage disposal pipes

ISO 15749-5, Ships and marine technology — Drainage systems on ships and marine structures — Part 5:

Drainage of decks, cargo spaces and swimming pools
3 Terms and definitions
For the purposes of this document, the following terms and definitions apply.
3.1
wastewater

off-running water which has undergone change due to use, as for instance sewage (contaminated water),

water from precipitation, seawater and condensation water that has reached the drain lines.

NOTE 1 With this type of wastewater, a distinction is made between grey water and sewage.

NOTE 2 For the classification of wastewater in accordance with origin, see Table 1 in Clause 4.

3.2
grey water
wastewater to be disposed of, excluding sewage
3.3
sewage

wastewater from water closets, urinals and bidets, including additives; medical areas (pharmacy, hospital,

etc.) and from washing basins in those areas, bath tubs and water discharges; spaces housing living animals

and other types of wastewater, if mixed with contaminated water already mentioned.

NOTE The definition of 'sewage' is in accordance with the definition of Annex IV of MARPOL 73/78.

3.4
pipes in sanitary drainage systems
3.4.1
drain line

general term for all pipes carrying wastewater (gravity or vacuum system) of the sanitary drainage system

leading from the drain to the collector tank or sewage treatment plant
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connecting line

〈gravity system〉 a short pipe directly linking the drain of the drained unit and the odour seal

3.4.1.2
connecting line

〈vacuum system〉 a short pipe directly linking the drain of the drained unit and the vacuum control valve

3.4.1.3
branch line
3.4.1.3.1
single branch

〈gravity system〉 part of the drain line which connects the odour seal and a line continuing, for instance, to a

collecting branch
3.4.1.3.2
single branch

〈vacuum system〉 part of the drain line which connects either a sewage unit with an integrated vacuum

mechanism or a vacuum control valve to a line continuing, for instance, to a collecting branch

3.4.1.3.3
collecting branch

line collecting the wastewater of several single branches and carrying them to a line continuing, for instance,

to a gravity delivery line or a manifold
3.4.1.3.4
riser branch
a single or collective branch leading vertically upwards
NOTE Only in vacuum plants.
3.4.1.4
gravity delivery line

a vertical line with warpage, if necessary, passing through one or more decks, feeding the wastewater to a

manifold
NOTE Only in gravity systems.
3.4.1.5
manifold
a line into which the wastewater from gravity and branch lines is fed
3.4.1.6
main sewer

a line into which wastewater from manifolds is fed and carried to a sewage treatment plant or a collector tank

NOTE For vacuum systems, the main sewer may also be configured as a valve manifold.

3.4.1.7
valve manifold

a short length of pipe closed at both ends with connections for drain lines (e.g. manifolds), including

connections for lines to the vacuum generation plant and with pressure gauges and pressure control switches

connected, as well as a connection for flushing
NOTE Only in vacuum systems.
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3.4.2
vent line
designed to vent the sanitary drainage system without carrying any wastewater
3.4.3
sewage disposal pipe

a pressure pipe in the sanitary drainage system carrying wastewater to disposal points after it has passed

through a sewage treatment plant or collector tank
3.5
drain

an opening via which wastewater is caught, collected and discharged into the drainage system

EXAMPLES Floor drain, in the washbasin, in the bathtub and shower basin, in the water closet and urinal.

NOTE In shipbuilding the terms “open inlet” or “opening” are used.
3.6
sewage treatment plant
serves to purify and disinfect the sewage fed into it
3.7
collector tank
a tank for temporary storage of untreated wastewater
3.8
intermediate tank

a tank in which wastewater from drain lines is collected and subsequently fed via a pressure line to a collector

tank or sewage treatment plant
3.9
mixing and equalization tank

a tank in front of the wastewater for treatment plant, in which wastewater from drain lines is mixed and

equalized to ensure feeding of the wastewater treatment plant without a hydraulic or pollution shock

3.10
holding tank

a tank in which treated wastewater from treatment plants is stored for a limited period of time, while the ship is

in areas where drainage is not allowed
3.11
sludge storage tank

tank in which sludge from a sewage treatment plant is stored for subsequent removal to shore or aboard

3.12
vacuum generation plant

a plant for generation of the vacuum required to convey wastewater from the drains through the drain lines

3.13
disposal point

a point where the sewage disposal pipes terminate and the wastewater is passed out of the ship, as for

instance an overboard wastewater discharge outlet in the shell or outlets for disposal to an external disposal

unit
3.14
closing device
a pipe fitting which prevents water from entering into the ship from outboard
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3.15
availability of the plant
quotient of working period and working period plus breakdown period
3.16
breakdown period
time during which the plant cannot be used due to repair or maintenance
4 Planning
4.1 General

Drainage systems shall be designed and built in accordance with the stipulations contained in this part of

ISO 15749.

To get a high availability of the plant, the amount of sanitary facilities drained over one line should be limited.

The maximum number of branches for each line as given in ISO 15749-3 shall not be exceeded.

4.2 Classification
Classification of wastewater according to origin is given in Table 1.
Table 1 — Classification of wastewater
Type of
Origin
wastewater
Sanitary drainage
Bidets, water closets, urinals sewage
Toilet installations
sewage
Water drains
or grey water
All drainage units (including washing and bathing facilities, and
Hospital areas sewage
water-drain discharges)
Washrooms and grey water
Bathtubs, showers, handbasin, washstands, water drains
bathrooms or sewage

Galleys, pantries Sinks, washing-up sinks, water drains, domestic appliances grey water

Air conditioning centrals (if condensation water drains on deck),

Other spaces laundries, passageways, provisions refrigerating spaces, swimming pool, grey water

whirlpool

Wastewater from water drains immediately adjacent to water closets or urinals is classified as sewage (see 3.3).

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4.3 Amount of wastewater

When designing the plants, the minimum amount of wastewater in accordance with Table 2 has to be

considered.
Table 2 — Minimum amount of wastewater
Minimum amount of wastewater per person and day in litres
Ship type
Plant without vacuum Plant with vacuum
Sewage Black and grey water Sewage Black and grey water
Passenger ships 70 230 25 185
Sea-ships excepting
70 180 25 135
passenger-ships

Ships used near the coast can remain under these values on consultation with the responsible authorities.

NOTE The values are recommended. Deviations due to national rules or to classification-society recommendations are to be

considered
4.4 Properties of wastewater

Drainage systems shall serve exclusively to discharge wastewater as given in 3.1.

If necessary, measures shall be taken to prevent the discharge of other substances as given in 3.1 via the

drainage systems. Grinders for other kinds of waste shall not be connected to the wastewater lines.

5 Hygienic and environmental requirements
5.1 Reduction of noise and odour
5.1.1 Noise

The plant shall be designed and built in such way that it produces as little noise as possible and that the

transmission of noises does not occur. If necessary, this shall be ensured by measures of acoustic insulation

so that permissible sound level limits in rooms are not exceeded.
5.1.2 Odour

The plant shall be designed and built in such a way that there will be no annoyance caused by odour.

Necessary ventilation shall be installed in such a way that there will be no annoyance caused by odour.

5.2 Hygienic considerations
5.2.1 Separate line routing

For hygienic reasons, sewage and grey water shall be conveyed separately. Each type of wastewater requires

its own system of drain lines.
5.2.2 Discharge into collector tanks

Where wastewater is discharged into collector tanks, the drain lines for sewage and grey water may merge

into a common discharge line (main sewer) immediately before reaching the tank.
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In sanitary drainage systems with a common collector tank for grey water and sewage, a hydraulic seal should

be provided for the grey water pipe near the tank. In this case, to ensure reliable operation of sanitary

equipment, it is recommended to install a vent pipe.
5.2.3 Discharge into sewage treatment plants

Discharge of wastewater into treatment plants shall meet the requirements laid down by the manufacturer.

It is recommended to place a mixing and equalization tank in front of the wastewater treatment plant to ensure

feeding of the wastewater treatment plant without shock.
6 Structure of a drainage system
6.1 Description
The wastewater is transported from the drains via drain lines.
These lines convey the wastewater to a collector tank or sewage treatment plant.

Bypass lines connected to these drain lines carry the wastewater directly to outlets in the shell in accordance

with ISO 15749-4.

From the collector tank and/or sewage treatment plant, the wastewater is conveyed to a disposal point via

sewage disposal pipes.

NOTE In exceptional cases, after the wastewater has been purified in the sewage treatment plant it is discharged into

holding tanks and stored there before being disposed of overboard or to an external (e.g. shore-based) disposal facility, or

discharged via the ballast water system.
6.2 Main system components
A drainage system may consist of the following components:
 drain lines;
 vent lines, (for drain lines, collector tanks, sewage treatment plants);
 intermediate tank (only if necessary);
 vacuum generation unit (for drain lines in a vacuum system);
 collector tank;
 mixing and equalization tank;
 sludge storage tank;

 pumps for wastewater and sludge overboard disposal or to external disposal facilities (e.g. on shore) or a

sewage treatment plant;
 sewage disposal lines and a holding tank, if applicable.
6.3 Corrosion resistance

Pipes, mouldings, fittings and other system components shall be resistant to aggressive wastewater and its

corrosive substances.
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7 Drain lines
7.1 Requirements
7.1.1 Material

Depending on the locations of installation and taking the regulations of the classification societies into

consideration, pipes, fittings, etc. are manufactured from
 steel (also as steel tubing with bell joints),
 ductile iron and malleable iron,
 stainless steel (also as a pipe with bell joints),
 copper/nickel alloy (also as a pipe with bell joints), or
 unplasticized polyvinyl chloride (PVC-U) may be employed.

Plastic pipes shall be approved in accordance with IMO-Resolution A.753 (18), except that low flame spread

and smoke emission properties can be at the discretion of the classification society.

7.1.2 Temperature resistance

Pipes, mouldings and fittings for drain lines shall sustain the operating temperatures listed in Table 3.

Table 3 — Operating temperatures
Operating temperature, continuous operation
Type of line in accordance with 7.1.1
steel tubing up to 100
steel tubing with bell joints up to 60
stainless steel pipe with bell joints
CuNi10Fe1,6Mn pipe with bell joints up to 100
CuNi10Fe1,6Mn pipe
PVC-U pipe up to 60
7.1.3 Flow

The inside surface of pipes, mouldings and fittings shall be smooth, and there shall be no protrusions and

recesses at the connecting points which may impede the conveyance of wastewater and favour deposition of

matter or clogging.
7.1.4 Surface protection

When using steel pipes it is recommended to use pipes with surface protection, e.g. galvanized or surface

coated pipes. Galvanized pipes shall be hot-dip galvanized in accordance with ISO 1461.

Steel pipes without surface protection shall be coated externally with a suitable corrosion-protection

compound after installation.
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7.2 Line routing
7.2.1 General
Drain lines shall not be installed in warm areas.

The lines shall be installed in such a way that they are easily accessible for necessary servicing and

maintenance, e.g. in passageway areas. Maintenance should be possible without dismounting of parts of the

plant. The number and position of cleaning openings shall be chosen such that the lines can be cleaned with

available cleaning coils. Wastewater pipes shall be arranged within the compartments which they serve. The

number of pipe penetrations through watertight bulkheads, decks and other watertight constructions shall be

reduced to a minimum.
7.2.2 Hospital area

7.2.2.1 Drain lines from the hospital area shall be routed via disinfectors, which are to be activated in

case of contamination. They shall be connected in such a manner that they are the lowest lines to the main

sewer.

7.2.2.2 Drain line routing through a medical operation room, sterilization room and isolation ward is not

permitted.

7.2.2.3 Drain line routing shall be avoided through medical premises. If this is unavoidable, the drain line

shall be routed behind the lining and enclosed in a case without joints. This requirement does not cover the

medical rooms indicated in 7.2.2.2.

NOTE The medical premises include: dispensary, hospital, isolation ward, sanitary cabin, medical operation room,

sterilization room, chemist's shop, dental surgery, physiotherapy room, gynaecological and Roentgen room, laboratory, etc.

7.2.3 Accommodation and public rooms

7.2.3.1 Routing of drain lines through accommodation and public rooms shall be avoided. In technically

reasonable cases, and if agreed with the customer, it is permissible to route drain lines protected with sound

insulation through these rooms.

7.2.3.2 Where pipes are routed behind ceiling or wall panelling, doors or removable sheets shall be

installed for inspection of pipe joints and valves.
7.2.4 Provision rooms

7.2.4.1 Drain lines from galley and meat preparation rooms shall be routed via grease separators.

These lines are to be combined as a common line and routed separately from all other drain lines up to the

grease separator.

NOTE Grease separators are mounted when overboard disposal is directly carried out of these rooms and when the

sewage treatment plant does not ensure necessary water purifying.

7.2.4.2 Drain lines from refrigerating rooms for provisions shall be routed directly to a collector tank or to

a sewage treatment plant.

NOTE Condensation water from refrigerating rooms for provisions may be discharged into the bilge by means of a

separate drain line and disposed of via the draining system.

7.2.4.3 Wastewater pipelines shall not be routed through foodstuff-processing rooms, provision store

rooms, production/technological rooms for fish-processing and fish holds.
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7.2.5 Cargo refrigerated rooms
If possible, drain lines should not be routed through refrigerated rooms.
As a general rule, sanitary spaces should not be located above such spaces.
7.2.6 Holds

Drain lines routed through holds shall be fitted in such a way as to protect them from mechanical damage.

7.2.7 Tanks

Drain lines shall not be routed through tanks for drinking water, fresh water, feed water, fuel, or lubricating oil.

If this cannot be avoided for design reasons, permission shall be obtained from the classification societies.

7.2.8 Rooms with electrical equipment

Wastewater lines shall not be routed through radio, gyrocompass and accumulator rooms. In technically

reasonable cases, as agreed with the customer, it is permissible to route wastewater piping through these

rooms only with welded pipes.
7.2.9 Penetrations

Pipe penetrations through watertight bulkheads, decks and other airtight and watertight constructions, as well

as an installation of fittings on these constructions shall be carried out with joints which provide complete

construction impermeability and reliable connections of piping.
Through-bolts and studs in watertight constructions are not admitted.

Penetrations of fire-rated bulkheads or decks are subject to classification society requirements.

7.2.10 Pipes in spaces containing food products
7.2.10.1 General

In general, grey water and sewage pipes are not allowed in those areas. If they cannot be avoided, additional

specifications are necessary, e.g. laying in pipes for protection. In addition, the specifications in 7.2.10.2 to

7.2.10.5 have to be taken into account.
7.2.10.2 Pipe joints

Pipe joints shall be inseparable. They shall be in accordance with a), b) and c) below:

a) for steel pipes: bonded direct-welded pipe joints;
b) for spigot and socket pipes: bonded spigot and socket joints;
c) for PVC-U pipes: bonded socket joints.
7.2.10.3 Drain connections (floor drains)

Attachment of connecting lines to drains by means of pipe threads (male threads) shall be configured as

follows:

a) for steel pipes: by means of screw joints with non-ageing sealant, or by means of welded joints;

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