Sample Registration - CCM
The purpose of this document is to provide instructions on how to register your scrapedown samples in Mobil Serv. Before you begin:
- Ensure you have Mobil Serv Lubricant Analysis installed and you have activated your account
- It is recommended that you use your scanner for the registration process
- Log on to Mobil Serv Lubricant Analysis when you are connected to the internet, so the scrapedown workflow will be available
- Have your scrapedown samples in the 45ml bottle
Login to Mobil Serv if you have not done so already.
Use your email address and the password you have created.
|2||On your dashboard click the ‘Work’ tile.|
Click on ‘Work Queue’
On this screen, you will set up the Mobil Serv CCM workflow for your vessel. (You complete this only one time, once it is established it will be always available for you.)
Click on the sign to add work queues
Type ‘CCM’ in the search field. This will make sure that only one workflow will be displayed.
It would say: ‘AutoScheduled CCM Batch Work Queue’ and mentions your vessel name / IMO thereafter.
(if not available, please synchronize, so the latest files will be available)
Then toggle the button to
Click on the cancel button
To stay working online move to step 10.
|7||To Work Offline - Click on the sync button|
|8||Click on synchronize work|
Once sync has completed, toggle the online button to offline
You are now ready to work in offline mode, and can complete the logbook without being connected to internet.
If you close browser, please use URL -
https://ucld.us/workforce/ to go back to MSLA.
Click on the workflow – Auto Scheduled CCM Batch Work Queue you have just created.
(the other workflow will be for your other ‘in service oil analysis’ samples)
Click on - CCM Onboard Logbook
You will now get a page where you first enter general engine operation data thereafter you scan the bottle QR codes to register the fresh oil and the scrapedowns samples per cylinder.
Click on yes or no if the liner / pistons were overhauled since your last submissions.
If no, go to step 15.(This data influences the measurement interpretation in the engineering report)
|14||If yes, enter the engine hours at maintenance and answer the following questions about scavenge space cleaning and piston/liner replacement for each cylinder.|
The following 7 entries is general data around dates, temperatures, lubricant and fuel in use.
|16||Click on the Sample date field and select the correct sample date (generally today)|
Click on Tested lubricant and pick the correct one from the list
Click on Fuel Type and1038px pick the correct one from the list. Then enter the Fuel Sulphur % by using the ‘.’ (point) not the ‘,’ (comma), eg: 2.53%
Enter the Fuel Al + Si (ppm) value according to your bunker note
Enter the Outside Humidity % if available (optional field), then the Outside Temperature (Celsius).
The next 5 data points are around the engine operation.
|22||Enter the Engine Hours at Sampling, usually it is the current engine hours value|
|23||Enter the Engine Power at Sampling (kW). Typically, it is the current engine power value.|
|24||Enter the RPM at Sampling. Typically, it is the current RPM value.|
|25||Enter the Daily Cylinder Oil Consumption (Liter/24h). Typically, it is the current RPM value.|
Enter the feed rate value which depends on the type of lubricator you use (HMI, ACC etc.). Calculate the average over all cylinders if you use cylinder specific feed rates.
You have finished the data entry, now you scan your bottles.
Be sure you have the fresh cylinder oil from the day tank or fuel rail as well as the scrapedown samples available.
|28a||Click on the Fresh Oil Bottle ID field …|
…and use your scanner to scan the bottle QR code. Alternatively, you can type in number below the QR code (eg m000052072).(If the scan does not work properly, ensure you program the scanner to your keyboard language if it is not English - see the instruction that came with your scanner).
|29||Continue scanning your bottles for all scrapedown samples, ensure you match the cylinder number you marked on your bottle with the cylinder number in this workflow.|
When you have finished scanning all your bottles, scroll to the top of the form and click on the complete work button
|31||The user will receive a green message at the top of the screen that says "Workflow submitted successfully."|
Note: The only way for us to tell this has gone through on our end is that a report would be in registered status on the CCM asset.
|(Screenshot to be added at a later time)|
You will see a screen like this one where you can review all data and compare it with your previous submission – if available. If you need to correct your entries, click on the return button
If working offline, skip to step 32.
If working online, Click on the send button to submit your registration
If you are not connected to the internet via MSLA, you can email the data as well.
Click on the email button . This will auto populate an email with the data.
Hit ‘send ‘ in your email application.
Congratulations, you have successfully registered your scrapedown samples. You can now move on and run the measurements on the Mobil Serv Cylinder Condition Monitoring Analyzer.Please refer to the separate instructions provided.