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BasicAirportOperation - TerminalFacilities&Care

LEARNING & DEVELOPMENT MANAGEMENT Basic Airport Operations Terminal Facilities & Care by Haji Ahmad Rafik bin Mohd Tahir

Selamat Datang At the end of the lecture, you will be able to understand: Functions & responsibilities, Operations, Set-up and planning Facilities, O & M ENGINEERING DIVISION – Terminal Facilities

At the end of the lecture, you will be able to understand:

Functions & responsibilities,

Operations,

Set-up and planning

Facilities, O & M

Malaysia Airport (Sepang) Sdn Bhd

ENGINEERING (TERMINAL FACILITIES) Track Transit System Manager Secretary Main Terminal Building Contact Pier Satellite 'A' Building Motor Transport Workshop MTB/SAT/MTW Manager Trunk Radio System SENIOR MANAGER ENGINEERING TERMINAL FACILITIES DIVISION BHS/SS Manager PLB Manager Ground Power Unit Pre Conditioned Air Communications PABX Visual Docking Guidance Passenger Loading Bridges CCR Operation/Sec. Sys. EPS / PLC TTS Operations TTS Support Unit Mechanical System Planning/Tub/Worshop

ORGANISATION CHART MTB / SAT / MTW back Mohd Shukri Ku Shaari Manager Shuriaty Shafee Engineer M&E Sys. Vacant Engineer Civil & Ach. Sys Abd Rahman Abd Rahim Executive MTW Zaleha Hassan Secretary Mohd Nazri Hassan Technical Officer G15 Joozi Abu Hashim Technician G13 Mohd Farouk Hatta Mechanic G12 Azahar Mat Sarip Mechanic G11 Anuar Abu Kasim Executive G19 Zuriamiza Abdullah Executive G19 Vacant Mechanic G11 Mazid Fazul Anuar Technical Officer G15 Zabidi Jali Technician G13 Ibrahim Jaal Executive G19 Yusof Mustafa Executive G19 Mohd Nazri Abd Majid Technical Officer G15 Mohd jamalludin Mohd Said Technical Officer G15

ORGANISATION CHART MTB / SAT / MTW Mohd Shukri Ku Shaari Manager G24 Zaleha Hassan Admin Assistant G11 MTB/SAT MTW M&E System Civil & Architectural System Shuriaty Shafiee Engineer G 22 Mohd Ibrahim Jaal Executive G19 Yusof Mustafa Executive G19 Mohd Nazri Abd Majid Technical Assistant G15 Mohd Jamaluddin Mohd Said Technical Assistant G15 Arch/Civil Engineer/Quantity Surveyor Engineer G21/2 2/23 Vacant Anuar Abu Kassim Executive G19 Zuriamiza Abdullah Executive G19 Zahadi Jali Technician G13 Mazid Faizul Anuar Technical Assistant G15 Abd Rahman Abd Rahim Executive G19 Nor Azizie Zakaria Stokeeper G 11 Mohd Nadzri Hassan Technical Assistant G15 Joozi Abu Hasim Technician G 13 Mohd farouk Hatta Mechanic G 12 Azhar Mat Sarip Mechanic G 11 Mechanic Vacant G11

OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE OF BUILDING MECHANICAL AND ELECTRICAL SYSTEM AT MAIN TERMINAL BUILDING, CONTACT PIER AND SATELLITE BUILDING MAINTENANCE OF BUILDING STRUCTURE, CIVIL AND ARCHITECTURAL FINISHES AT MAIN TERMINAL BUILDING, CONTACT PIER AND SATELLITE BUILDING MAINTENANCE OF SUPPORT VEHICLES AND OPERATION VEHICLES PROVIDE TECHNICAL INPUT IN ENHANCEMENT WORK AND DEVELOPMENT WORK SCOPE OF WORKS

OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE OF BUILDING MECHANICAL AND ELECTRICAL SYSTEM AT MAIN TERMINAL BUILDING, CONTACT PIER AND SATELLITE BUILDING

MAINTENANCE OF BUILDING STRUCTURE, CIVIL AND ARCHITECTURAL FINISHES AT MAIN TERMINAL BUILDING, CONTACT PIER AND SATELLITE BUILDING

MAINTENANCE OF SUPPORT VEHICLES AND OPERATION VEHICLES

PROVIDE TECHNICAL INPUT IN ENHANCEMENT WORK AND DEVELOPMENT WORK

OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE OF BUILDING MECHANICAL AND ELECTRICAL SYSTEM AT MAIN TERMINAL BUILDING, CONTACT PIER AND SATELLITE BUILDING MAINTENANCE OF BUILDING STRUCTURE, CIVIL AND ARCHITECTURAL FINISHES AT MAIN TERMINAL BUILDING, CONTACT PIER AND SATELLITE BUILDING MAINTENANCE OF SUPPORT VEHICLES AND OPERATION VEHICLES PROVIDE TECHNICAL INPUT IN ENHANCEMENT WORK AND DEVELOPMENT WORK SCOPE OF WORKS

OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE OF BUILDING MECHANICAL AND ELECTRICAL SYSTEM AT MAIN TERMINAL BUILDING, CONTACT PIER AND SATELLITE BUILDING

MAINTENANCE OF BUILDING STRUCTURE, CIVIL AND ARCHITECTURAL FINISHES AT MAIN TERMINAL BUILDING, CONTACT PIER AND SATELLITE BUILDING

MAINTENANCE OF SUPPORT VEHICLES AND OPERATION VEHICLES

PROVIDE TECHNICAL INPUT IN ENHANCEMENT WORK AND DEVELOPMENT WORK

MAIN TERMINAL BUILDING   6 LEVELS TOTAL FLOOR AREA – 241,000 SQM CONTACT PIER 4 LEVELS TOTAL FLOOR AREA – 95,000 SQM SATELLITE “A” BUILDING 4 LEVELS TOTAL FLOOR AREA – 143,404 SQM EXTERNAL FINISHES WALL CONCRETE WALL DOUBLE GLAZE GLASS WALL ROOF INTERNAL FINISHES FLOOR CARPET, GRANITE, VINYL, TILES PARTITION BRICK WALL, PLASTER BOARD CEILING TIMBER PANELING BUILDING DATA ARCHITECTURAL FINISHES

MAIN TERMINAL BUILDING  

6 LEVELS

TOTAL FLOOR AREA – 241,000 SQM

CONTACT PIER

4 LEVELS

TOTAL FLOOR AREA – 95,000 SQM

SATELLITE “A” BUILDING

4 LEVELS

TOTAL FLOOR AREA – 143,404 SQM

EXTERNAL FINISHES

WALL

CONCRETE WALL

DOUBLE GLAZE GLASS WALL

ROOF

INTERNAL FINISHES

FLOOR

CARPET, GRANITE, VINYL, TILES

PARTITION

BRICK WALL, PLASTER BOARD

CEILING

TIMBER PANELING

MECHANICAL SYSTEM

MECHANICAL SYSTEM DESIGN CONCEPT : ENERGY SAVING FUTURE EXPANSION PROVISION FOR RECYCLED WATER AIR CONDITIONING AND MECHANICAL VENTILATION SYSTEM PLUMBING SYSTEM FIRE PROTECTION SYSTEM FIRE ALARM SYSTEM WASTE COLLECTION SYSTEM ELEVATORS , ESCALATORS AND TRAVELLATORS FIRE VEHICLES ULTRA LARGE FIRE TENDER 8X8 EMERGENCY RESCUE VEHICLE COMMAND CONTROL VEHICLE TURN TABLE LADDER WATER TENDER AMBULANCE RUNWAY SWEEPERS, ROAD SWEEPER AND SCRUBBERS RUNWAY FRIICTION TESTER LIGHT VEHICLES I.E VANS, CARS, 4X4 ETC OPERATION AND SUPPORT VEHICLES

DESIGN CONCEPT :

ENERGY SAVING

FUTURE EXPANSION

PROVISION FOR RECYCLED WATER

AIR CONDITIONING AND MECHANICAL VENTILATION SYSTEM

PLUMBING SYSTEM

FIRE PROTECTION SYSTEM

FIRE ALARM SYSTEM

WASTE COLLECTION SYSTEM

ELEVATORS , ESCALATORS AND TRAVELLATORS

FIRE VEHICLES

ULTRA LARGE FIRE TENDER 8X8

EMERGENCY RESCUE VEHICLE

COMMAND CONTROL VEHICLE

TURN TABLE LADDER

WATER TENDER

AMBULANCE

RUNWAY SWEEPERS, ROAD SWEEPER AND SCRUBBERS

RUNWAY FRIICTION TESTER

LIGHT VEHICLES I.E VANS, CARS, 4X4 ETC

AIR CONDITIONING & MECHANICAL VENTILATION SYSTEM

AIR CONDITIONING & MECHANICAL VENTILATION SYSTEM AIR CONDITIONING SYSTEM CHILLED WATER AIR DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM FOR AIR CONDITIONING SYSTEM FAN COIL UNITS SPOT COOLING SYSTEM . CHILLED WATER PUMP M ECHANICAL VENTILATION SYSTEM SMOKE EXTRACTION SYSTEM PRESSURIZATION SYSTEM SMOKE SPILL SYSTEM CONTROL SYSTEM INTERFACING WITH BMS SYSTEM

AIR CONDITIONING SYSTEM

CHILLED WATER

AIR DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM FOR AIR CONDITIONING SYSTEM

FAN COIL UNITS

SPOT COOLING SYSTEM .

CHILLED WATER PUMP

M ECHANICAL VENTILATION SYSTEM

SMOKE EXTRACTION SYSTEM

PRESSURIZATION SYSTEM

SMOKE SPILL SYSTEM

CONTROL SYSTEM

INTERFACING WITH BMS SYSTEM

ZONING CONCEPT PUBLIC AREA OFFICES CONCESSION PUBLIC AREA PLANT AREAS AT THE GROUND LEVEL CONSTANT AIR VOLUME   OFFICES AND CONCESSION AIR HANDLERS ARE LOCATED ADJACENT TO THE SERVED AREA VARIABLE AIR VOLUME MAIN TERMINAL BUILDING - 147 Nos. CONTACT PIER - 147 Nos. SATELLITE BUILDING - 136 Nos. AIR DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM

ZONING CONCEPT

PUBLIC AREA

OFFICES

CONCESSION

PUBLIC AREA

PLANT AREAS AT THE GROUND LEVEL

CONSTANT AIR VOLUME

  OFFICES AND CONCESSION

AIR HANDLERS ARE LOCATED ADJACENT TO THE SERVED AREA

VARIABLE AIR VOLUME

MAIN TERMINAL BUILDING - 147 Nos.

CONTACT PIER - 147 Nos.

SATELLITE BUILDING - 136 Nos.

TO RETURN CHILLED WATER TO GAS DISTRICT COOLING   MAIN TERMINAL BUILDING - 4 DUTY, 2 STANDBY CONTACT PIER - 4 DUTY, 2 STANDBY SATELLITE ‘A’ BUILDING - 4 DUTY, 2 STANDBY CHILLED PIPING CONFIGURATION MAIN TERMINAL BUILDING - TWO PIPE SYSTEM CONTACT PIER AND SATELLITE BUILDING - THREE PIPE REVERSE RETURN SECONDARY CHILLED WATER SYSTEM

TO RETURN CHILLED WATER TO GAS DISTRICT COOLING

 

MAIN TERMINAL BUILDING - 4 DUTY, 2 STANDBY

CONTACT PIER - 4 DUTY, 2 STANDBY

SATELLITE ‘A’ BUILDING - 4 DUTY, 2 STANDBY

CHILLED PIPING CONFIGURATION

MAIN TERMINAL BUILDING - TWO PIPE SYSTEM

CONTACT PIER AND SATELLITE BUILDING - THREE PIPE REVERSE RETURN

NORMAL VENTILATION SYSTEM NON AIR-CONDITIONED OR NOT NATURALLY VENTILATED AREA EXHAUST SYSTEM - HEPA FILTERS FOR QUARATINE AREA SMOKE EXTRACTIONS SYSTEM LOUNGES, OFFICES AND CONCESSION AREAS SMOKE REMOVAL AT CERTAIN PUBLIC AREAS KITCHEN EXTRACTION SYSTEM MAIN TERMINAL BUILDING - 182 NOS. CONTACT PIER - 59 NOS SATELLITE ‘A’ BUILDING - 110 NOS PRESSURIZATION SYSTEM ENCLOSED ESCAPE ROUTES MECHANICAL VENTILATION SYSTEM

NORMAL VENTILATION SYSTEM

NON AIR-CONDITIONED OR NOT NATURALLY VENTILATED AREA

EXHAUST SYSTEM - HEPA FILTERS FOR QUARATINE AREA

SMOKE EXTRACTIONS SYSTEM

LOUNGES, OFFICES AND CONCESSION AREAS

SMOKE REMOVAL AT CERTAIN PUBLIC AREAS

KITCHEN EXTRACTION SYSTEM

MAIN TERMINAL BUILDING - 182 NOS.

CONTACT PIER - 59 NOS

SATELLITE ‘A’ BUILDING - 110 NOS

PRESSURIZATION SYSTEM

ENCLOSED ESCAPE ROUTES

FIRE PROTECTION SYSTEM

AUTOMATIC SPRINKLER SYSTEM ORDINARY HAZARD GROUP 111 CLASSIFICATION (0113) TANK 75000 LITRES 2 PUMPSET SYSTEM FOR MAIN TERMINAL BUILDING 1 PUMPSET SYSYTEM EACH FOR CONTACT PIER AND SATELLITE BUILDING   PRESSURISED HYDRANT SYSTEM TANK 11400 LITRES DIRECT TAPPING FROM MAIN AND BYPASS PIPELINE HYDRANT RING WITH PILLARS AT 90 M APART   DRY RISER SYSTEM ESCAPE STAIRCASE SPRINKLER SYSTEM – CLASS ORDINARY HAZARD CLASS III DRY RISER SYSTEM HYDRANT SYSTEM (AT PERIMETER OF BUILDING ONLY). ADDRESSABLE FIRE ALARM AND DETECTION SYSTEM. FIXED GAS SYSTEM (CO2,,WET CHEMICAL, INERGEN). PORTABLE FIRE EXTINGUISHERS. CONTROL SYSTEMS INTERFACING WITH THE BMS SYSTEM. FIRE PROTECTION SYSTEM HYDRAULIC HOSEREEL SYSTEM  AS FIRST-AID SYSTEM SYSTEM WITH FLOWRATE 150 L/M  WATER STORAGE TANK OF 9100 LITRES AT GROUND LEVEL  LOCATED AT 60 METRES APART FIXED GAS SYSTEM  CO2 GAS SYSTEM FOR ELECTRICAL ROOM  INERGEN SYSTEM FOR COMPUTER AND CONTROL ROOM  WET CHEMICAL SYSTEM FOR KITCHEN FIRE AND ALARM SYSTEM  ONE MAIN CONTROL ROOM AT MAIN TERMINAL BUILDING  SUB-CONTROL ROOMS AT CONTACT PIER AND SATELLITE BUILDING  INTERFACE WITH BMS AND TAMS FIRE EXTINGUISHER

AUTOMATIC SPRINKLER SYSTEM

ORDINARY HAZARD GROUP 111 CLASSIFICATION (0113)

TANK 75000 LITRES

2 PUMPSET SYSTEM FOR MAIN TERMINAL BUILDING

1 PUMPSET SYSYTEM EACH FOR CONTACT PIER AND SATELLITE BUILDING

 

PRESSURISED HYDRANT SYSTEM

TANK 11400 LITRES

DIRECT TAPPING FROM MAIN AND BYPASS PIPELINE

HYDRANT RING WITH PILLARS AT 90 M APART

  DRY RISER SYSTEM

ESCAPE STAIRCASE

SPRINKLER SYSTEM – CLASS ORDINARY HAZARD CLASS III

DRY RISER SYSTEM

HYDRANT SYSTEM (AT PERIMETER OF BUILDING ONLY).

ADDRESSABLE FIRE ALARM AND DETECTION SYSTEM.

FIXED GAS SYSTEM (CO2,,WET CHEMICAL, INERGEN).

PORTABLE FIRE EXTINGUISHERS.

CONTROL SYSTEMS

INTERFACING WITH THE BMS SYSTEM.

INCOMING PIPEWORK FROM MAIN RETICULATION PIPE SYSTEM DOMESTIC WATER SYSTEM – POTABLE, BASIN, & WC HOT WATER SYSTEM PUMP SYSTEM - POTABLE WATER, DOMESTIC WATER SYSTEM, DRAINAGE SUMP PUMP SYSTEM CONTROL SYSTEM SANITARY SYSTEM INTERFACING WITH BMS SYSTEM  COLD WATER NO WATER SORAGE TANK AT TERMINAL COMPLEX DIRECT TAPPING FROM EXTERNAL MAIN PIPE AFTER THE BULK METER, PIPE BRANCHES INTO THREE.   i)    KITCHEN/FOOD OUTLET ii)  TOILET BASIN iii)      WATER CLOSET/URINAL FUTURE CONNECTION TO RECYCLED WATER SYSTEM ESTIMATED DAILY WATER CONSUMPTION FOR 25 MPPA IS 6.39 MILLION LITRES SANITARY PLUMBING SERVICES FULLY VENTED ONE PIPE SYSTEM FOR SOIL AND WASTE PIPES KITCHEN SEWAGE TREATMENT SYSTEM FINAL CONNECTION TO THE CIVIL MANHOLE ESTIMATED DAILY SEWER DISCHARGE FOR 25 MPPA IS 5.94 MILLION LITRES. PLUMBING SYSTEM HYDRAULIC SERVICES

INCOMING PIPEWORK FROM MAIN RETICULATION PIPE SYSTEM

DOMESTIC WATER SYSTEM – POTABLE, BASIN, & WC

HOT WATER SYSTEM

PUMP SYSTEM - POTABLE WATER, DOMESTIC WATER SYSTEM, DRAINAGE SUMP PUMP SYSTEM

CONTROL SYSTEM

SANITARY SYSTEM

INTERFACING WITH BMS SYSTEM 

COLD WATER

NO WATER SORAGE TANK AT TERMINAL COMPLEX

DIRECT TAPPING FROM EXTERNAL MAIN PIPE

AFTER THE BULK METER, PIPE BRANCHES INTO THREE.

  i)    KITCHEN/FOOD OUTLET

ii)  TOILET BASIN

iii)      WATER CLOSET/URINAL

FUTURE CONNECTION TO RECYCLED WATER SYSTEM

ESTIMATED DAILY WATER CONSUMPTION FOR 25 MPPA IS 6.39 MILLION LITRES

SANITARY PLUMBING SERVICES

FULLY VENTED ONE PIPE SYSTEM FOR SOIL AND WASTE PIPES

KITCHEN SEWAGE TREATMENT SYSTEM

FINAL CONNECTION TO THE CIVIL MANHOLE

ESTIMATED DAILY SEWER DISCHARGE FOR 25 MPPA IS 5.94 MILLION LITRES.

ESCALATOR, ELEVATOR & TRAVELLATOR

ESCALATOR TYPE OF SERVICE - PASSENGER TYPE OF OPERATION - ELECTRIC MAIN TERMINAL BUILDING - 29 NOS CONTACT PIER - 41 NOS SATELLITE ‘A’ BUILDING - 22 NOS TRAVELLATOR TYPE OF SERVICE - PASSENGERS TYPE OF OPERATION - ELECTRIC MAIN TERMINAL BUILDING - 8 NOS CONTACT PIER - 46 NOS SATELLITE ‘A’ BUILDING - 20 NOS ELEVATOR TYPE OF SERVICE - PASSENGERS, EMPLOYEE AND GOODS TYPE OF OPERATION - HYDRAULICS AND HOISTWAY MAIN TERMINAL BUILDING - 47 NOS. CONTACT PIER - 43 NOS. SATELLITE ‘A’ BUILDING - 20 NOS

ESCALATOR

TYPE OF SERVICE - PASSENGER

TYPE OF OPERATION - ELECTRIC

MAIN TERMINAL BUILDING - 29 NOS

CONTACT PIER - 41 NOS

SATELLITE ‘A’ BUILDING - 22 NOS

TRAVELLATOR

TYPE OF SERVICE - PASSENGERS

TYPE OF OPERATION - ELECTRIC

MAIN TERMINAL BUILDING - 8 NOS

CONTACT PIER - 46 NOS

SATELLITE ‘A’ BUILDING - 20 NOS

ELEVATOR

TYPE OF SERVICE - PASSENGERS, EMPLOYEE AND GOODS

TYPE OF OPERATION - HYDRAULICS AND HOISTWAY

MAIN TERMINAL BUILDING - 47 NOS.

CONTACT PIER - 43 NOS.

SATELLITE ‘A’ BUILDING - 20 NOS

WASTE COLLECTION SYSTEM

RUBBISH COLLECTION SYSTEM DUST CHUTE WITH LOADING DOORS TRANSFER PIPES SEPARATOR AND BAG FILTERS VACUUM BLOWERS COMPACTORS AND CONTAINERS COMMON EQUIPMENT FOR RUBBISH AND KITCHEN WASTE SUPERVISORY AND CONTROL PANELS KITCHEN WASTE COLLECTION SYSTEM LOADING HOPPERS TRANSFER PIPES RECEIVING TANKS AND FILTERS VACUUM BLOWERS STORAGE HOPPERS CONTAINERS WASTE COLLECTION SYSTEM (VACUUM)

RUBBISH COLLECTION SYSTEM

DUST CHUTE WITH LOADING DOORS

TRANSFER PIPES

SEPARATOR AND BAG FILTERS

VACUUM BLOWERS

COMPACTORS AND CONTAINERS

COMMON EQUIPMENT FOR RUBBISH AND KITCHEN WASTE

SUPERVISORY AND CONTROL PANELS

KITCHEN WASTE COLLECTION SYSTEM

LOADING HOPPERS

TRANSFER PIPES

RECEIVING TANKS AND FILTERS

VACUUM BLOWERS

STORAGE HOPPERS

CONTAINERS

ELECTRICAL DESIGN OF AIRPORT SYSTEMS

DESIGN CONCEPTS MODULAR RELIABILITY RESTORATION OF SERVICE MAINTENANCE PROVISION FOR EXPANSION   SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS PARALLEL REDUNDANT SYSTEMS ARCHITECT’S PREFERRED LIGHTING DESIGN ELECTRICAL & COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS ELECTRICAL SYSTEM HIGH VOLTAGE 11 KV SYSTEM AUTOMATIC STANDBY POWER GENERATOR SYSTEM LV 415V/240V AND LIGHTING SYSTEM EARTHING SYSTEM UNINTERRUPTIBLE POWER SYSTEM LIGHTNING PROTECTION SYSTEM COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS   TELEPHONE SERVICE SYSTEM   PUBLIC ADDRESS SYSTEM   INTERCOMMUNICATION SYSTEM   FIREMEN COMMUNICATION SYSTEM   MASTER ANTENNAE TV SYSTEM   MASTER ELECTRIC CLOCK SYSTEM

DESIGN CONCEPTS

MODULAR

RELIABILITY

RESTORATION OF SERVICE

MAINTENANCE

PROVISION FOR EXPANSION

 

SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS

PARALLEL REDUNDANT SYSTEMS

ARCHITECT’S PREFERRED LIGHTING DESIGN

ELECTRICAL SYSTEM

HIGH VOLTAGE 11 KV SYSTEM

AUTOMATIC STANDBY POWER GENERATOR SYSTEM

LV 415V/240V AND LIGHTING SYSTEM

EARTHING SYSTEM

UNINTERRUPTIBLE POWER SYSTEM

LIGHTNING PROTECTION SYSTEM

COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS

  TELEPHONE SERVICE SYSTEM

  PUBLIC ADDRESS SYSTEM

  INTERCOMMUNICATION SYSTEM

  FIREMEN COMMUNICATION SYSTEM

  MASTER ANTENNAE TV SYSTEM

  MASTER ELECTRIC CLOCK SYSTEM

ELECTRICAL SYSTEM HIGH VOLTAGE 11 KV SYSTEM AUTOMATIC STANDBY POWER GENERATOR SYSTEM LV 415V/240V AND LIGHTING SYSTEM EARTHING SYSTEM UNINTERRUPTIBLE POWER SYSTEM LIGHTNING PROTECTION SYSTEM

ELECTRICAL SYSTEM

HIGH VOLTAGE 11 KV SYSTEM

AUTOMATIC STANDBY POWER GENERATOR SYSTEM

LV 415V/240V AND LIGHTING SYSTEM

EARTHING SYSTEM

UNINTERRUPTIBLE POWER SYSTEM

LIGHTNING PROTECTION SYSTEM

COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS   TELEPHONE SERVICE SYSTEM   PUBLIC ADDRESS SYSTEM   INTERCOMMUNICATION SYSTEM   FIREMEN COMMUNICATION SYSTEM   MASTER ANTENNAE TV SYSTEM   MASTER ELECTRIC CLOCK SYSTEM

COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS

  TELEPHONE SERVICE SYSTEM

  PUBLIC ADDRESS SYSTEM

  INTERCOMMUNICATION SYSTEM

  FIREMEN COMMUNICATION SYSTEM

  MASTER ANTENNAE TV SYSTEM

  MASTER ELECTRIC CLOCK SYSTEM

PASSENGER LOADING BRIDGES APRON GROUND SERVICES COMMUNICATION SYSTEM

Organization Chart PLB/COMMS Total: 60 back

PLB & Apron Services and Comms Unit Area of Responsibility PLB Passenger Loading Bridges Ground Power Unit Pre Conditioned Air Visual Docking Guidance System Fire Foam System Potable Water System COMMS Trunk Radio System Private Automated Branch Exchanged (PABX)

PLB

Passenger Loading Bridges

Ground Power Unit

Pre Conditioned Air

Visual Docking Guidance System

Fire Foam System

Potable Water System

COMMS

Trunk Radio System

Private Automated Branch Exchanged (PABX)

Maintenance PLB All maintenance work are carried out by in-house maintenance team. COMMS All maintenance work – outsourced TRS – Motorola Technology Sdn. Bhd. PABX – Teraju Teknik Sdn. Bhd .

PLB

All maintenance work are carried out by in-house maintenance team.

COMMS

All maintenance work – outsourced

TRS – Motorola Technology Sdn. Bhd.

PABX – Teraju Teknik Sdn. Bhd .

PLB - EQUIPMENT Passenger Loading Bridge passenger embark/disembark from aircraft Visual Docking Guidance System provide guidance to pilot during docking Pre Conditioned Air supply cool air to aircraft Ground Power Unit supply power to aircraft

Passenger Loading Bridge passenger embark/disembark from aircraft

Visual Docking Guidance System provide guidance to pilot during docking

Pre Conditioned Air supply cool air to aircraft

Ground Power Unit supply power to aircraft

VDGS PLB PCA GPU

Satellite A

PLB

GATES Total Gates – 46 20 gates at Contact Pier 26 gates at Satellite A. NLA – 5 gates SJS – 13 gates J – 11 gates M – 6 gates L – 1 gate S – 10 gates

Total Gates – 46

20 gates at Contact Pier

26 gates at Satellite A.

NLA – 5 gates SJS – 13 gates

J – 11 gates M – 6 gates

L – 1 gate S – 10 gates

Types of Gates NLA = 1 wide body or 2 narrow body aircraft at any one time. Future new large aircraft. SJS = 1 wide body or 2 narrow body aircraft at any one time. J = wide body aircraft. L = up to MD11/DC10/B767 aircraft M = up to A300/B757 aircraft S = up to B737 aircraft

NLA = 1 wide body or 2 narrow body aircraft at any one time. Future new large aircraft.

SJS = 1 wide body or 2 narrow body aircraft at any one time.

J = wide body aircraft.

L = up to MD11/DC10/B767 aircraft

M = up to A300/B757 aircraft

S = up to B737 aircraft

GATE ALLOCATION - CP B10 B8 B6 B4 B2 A2 A4 A6 A8 A10 SJS SJS SJS SJS NLA NLA SJS SJS SJS SJS                                                 EAST ARM CONTACT PIER WEST ARM                                             S S S S S     S S S S S B11 B9 B7 B5 B3     A3 A5 A7 A9 A11                          

GATE ALLOCATION - SAT                       C17                                               NLA                                                                                       C15 J   NORTH   J C16                                                                                 C13 M       J C14                                                                                   C11 M       SJS C12                                                                         C6   C4   C2             C21 C23 C25               L   J   SJS               M   M   J                                                                                       WEST ARM           SATELLITE A           EAST ARM NLA C27 TTS FROM CP                                                   SJS     J                 SJS   J   J               C3     C1               C22 C24 C26                                                                       C32 SJS       M C31                                                                                 C34 J       M C33                                                                                 C36 J   SOUTH   J C35                                                                                         NLA                                             C37                      

COMMS -EQUIPMENT Private Automated Branch Exchanged (PABX) Trunk Radio System

Private Automated Branch Exchanged (PABX)

Trunk Radio System

AMC 68XXX 69XXX MTB-A 63XXX 64XXX MTB-B 65XXX 66XXX CP 61XXX ENG 67XXX SAT-A 61XXX 62XXX Telekom Exchange 11 PRI 10 PRI CDR System MTB-A STCP POLICE AFRS ASU VVIP VVIP AWS = DAU(Distributed Access Unit) Carried 30 Digital Line/Unit 2 E1 Link 2 E1 Link 2 E1 Link 1 E1 Link 4 E1 Link 2 E1 Link 1 E1 Link 2 E1 Link 1 E1 1 E1 1 E1 1 E1 1 E1 1 E1 1 E1 KLIA INTEGRATED TELEPHONE SYSTEM(KITS ) CDR System ENG-C LAN NEC M-150 NEC M-150 NEC M-150 NEC M-100 NEC M-140 NEC M-140 ABBREVIATION AFRS - Airport Fire & Rescue Services AMC - Airport Management Center ASU - Airside Safety Unit AWS - Automated Warehouse CDR - Call Detail Recorder CP - Contact Pier (Building) DAU - Distributed Access Unit E1 Link - Electronic Circuit ENG - Engineering Complex LAN - Local Area Network MTB A - Main Terminal Building MTB B - Main Terminal Building POLICE - Balai Polis KLIA SAT A - Satellite (Building) STCP - Short Term Car Park VVIP - Kompleks Bunga Raya

Antenna System CH 1 CH 2 CH 3 CH 15 Channel Bank Embasy AEB Audio Switch Centrel Electronic Bank SmartZone Controller DWM X 4 Dist. Panel CIU X 8 Channel Bank 8-CH MBX PABX Modem BITRUNR Logging Recorder Antenna System CH 1 CH 2 CH 3 CH 15 DWM X 4 TAMS User Station User Station AOC Console SOC Console PDRM Console SITE - 1 (AMC) SITE - 2 (ENG) KLIA TRS

BAGGAGE HANDLING SYSTEM OVERVIEW

BAGGAGE HANDLING

SYSTEM OVERVIEW

BHS/SS ORGANIZATION CHART Total: 153 staff back

OUTLINES BHS SYSTEM Features of BHS Operation BHS Facilities System Flow Baggage Screening Responsibilities

BHS SYSTEM

Features of BHS Operation

BHS Facilities

System Flow

Baggage Screening

Responsibilities

BHS/SS - RESPONSIBILITY BHS Operation OMT operations system monitoring and command; IMT operations allocations of make-up chutes, breakdown conveyors and reclaim carousels; M&E recovery operations miss-loading, remaining, jamming, transportation error etc.; Manning of MCT stations at NM and EBS and Tubs circulation operations.

BHS Operation

OMT operations system monitoring and command;

IMT operations allocations of make-up chutes, breakdown conveyors and reclaim carousels;

M&E recovery operations miss-loading, remaining, jamming, transportation error etc.;

Manning of MCT stations at NM and EBS and

Tubs circulation operations.

BHS/SS - RESPONSIBILITY Mechanical system 68 km of conveyor belts, 1614 motorized carts, 4704 electric motors, 30K pulleys and rollers Electrical system PLC Network 200 Control panels, 20K sensors EPS System 8 MDBs 37 LDBs

Mechanical system

68 km of conveyor belts, 1614 motorized carts,

4704 electric motors, 30K pulleys and rollers

Electrical system

PLC Network

200 Control panels, 20K sensors

EPS System

8 MDBs

37 LDBs

BHS/SS - RESPONSIBILITY SS equipment maintenance, namely 29 Vivid VIS-M X-Ray machines; 3 Vivid Workstations (14 monitors); 6 InVision X-Ray machines; 20 Barringer Sniffer machines; 74 Rap 520 X-Ray machines; 10 Rap 528 X-Ray machines; and 114 Walk thru metal detectors ;

SS equipment maintenance, namely

29 Vivid VIS-M X-Ray machines;

3 Vivid Workstations (14 monitors);

6 InVision X-Ray machines;

20 Barringer Sniffer machines;

74 Rap 520 X-Ray machines;

10 Rap 528 X-Ray machines; and

114 Walk thru metal detectors ;

Outsource M&E recovery operations Manual Coding Terminal operations Tubs circulation operations Maintenance of ICT equipment In house Maintenance of BHS equipment Maintenance of SS equipment BHS/SS – O&M Strategy

Outsource

M&E recovery operations

Manual Coding Terminal operations

Tubs circulation operations

Maintenance of ICT equipment

In house

Maintenance of BHS equipment

Maintenance of SS equipment

BHS SYSTEM FEATURES OF BHS OPERATION Operation hours 24 hours / day, 365 days / year Check-in Service Anytime, anywhere Baggage Sorting Control uses IATA License Plate Tags uses automatic bar code scanner for automatic sorting and reconciliation

FEATURES OF BHS OPERATION

Operation hours

24 hours / day, 365 days / year

Check-in Service

Anytime, anywhere

Baggage Sorting Control

uses IATA License Plate Tags

uses automatic bar code scanner for automatic sorting and reconciliation

BHS SYSTEM FEATURES OF BHS OPERATION (cont.) Security In-line baggage (ILB) screening 4 level of screening full baggage tracking and reconciliation Make-up chutes assignment is according to flight, class and other parameters BHS FACILITIES Comprise the MTB Sat ‘A’, and BHS Tunnel system Control Room CCR in MTB SCR in Sat ‘A’ FLOW

FEATURES OF BHS OPERATION (cont.)

Security

In-line baggage (ILB) screening

4 level of screening

full baggage tracking and reconciliation

Make-up chutes

assignment is according to flight, class and other parameters

BHS FACILITIES

Comprise the

MTB

Sat ‘A’, and

BHS Tunnel

system

Control Room

CCR in MTB

SCR in Sat ‘A’

BAGGAGE FLOW DIAGRAM

MAIN TERMINAL BUILDING

SATTELITE BUILDING

BHS TUNNEL SYSTEM

BHS SYSTEM SYSTEM FLOW Capacity Departure Capacity 14 400 bph Arrival Capacity 26 400 bph

SYSTEM FLOW

Capacity

Departure Capacity

14 400 bph

Arrival Capacity

26 400 bph

BHS SYSTEM SYSTEM FLOW (Cont.) Baggage Flow Departure Flow Check-in, Baggage Screening, Main Sorter & Final Sorter Arrival Flow Breakdown, High-speed belt conveyor & Reclaim Transfer Flow Breakdown, Baggage Screening, Transfer Sorter & Final Sorter

SYSTEM FLOW (Cont.)

Baggage Flow

Departure Flow

Check-in, Baggage Screening, Main Sorter & Final Sorter

Arrival Flow

Breakdown, High-speed belt conveyor & Reclaim

Transfer Flow

Breakdown, Baggage Screening, Transfer Sorter & Final Sorter

BHS SYSTEM SYSTEM FLOW (Cont.) Baggage Flow (Cont.) OOG Flow OOG conveyor line

SYSTEM FLOW (Cont.)

Baggage Flow (Cont.)

OOG Flow

OOG conveyor line

STANDARD BAGGAGE DESIGN PROCESSING TIME Departure MTB to MTB : 7 min. MTB to Sat. : 17.5 min. Arrival MTB to Reclaim : 5 min. Sat. to Reclaim : 17.5 min. Transfer MTB to MTB : 6 min. MTB to/from Sat. : 17.5 min. Sat. to Sat. : 9 min.

Departure

MTB to MTB : 7 min.

MTB to Sat. : 17.5 min.

Arrival

MTB to Reclaim : 5 min.

Sat. to Reclaim : 17.5 min.

Transfer

MTB to MTB : 6 min.

MTB to/from Sat. : 17.5 min.

Sat. to Sat. : 9 min.

SERVICE LEVEL STANDARD

SECURITY PROCESS Hold Baggage Screening - 4 stages of in-line screening - most advanced baggage security system as recognized by U.S. FAA - Passenger profiling - Random selection - High risk/Threatened flight

Hold Baggage Screening

- 4 stages of in-line screening

- most advanced baggage security system as recognized by U.S. FAA

- Passenger profiling

- Random selection

- High risk/Threatened flight

FLOW DIAGRAM FOR IN-LINE SCREENING Departure/Transfer Bags Level 1 X-ray Level 2 Work station Level 3 CT scan Level 4 Sniffer Explosive Proof Container REJECT REJECT REJECT REJECT Final Sorter CLEAR CLEAR CLEAR CLEAR Selected Bag as Level 1

DISTRIBUTION OF RESPONSIBILITIES

DISTRIBUTION OF RESPONSIBILITIES

CHECK-IN COUNTER SHOWING WEIGH, LABEL, INDEX & COLLECTING CONVEYORS

AUTOMATIC BARCODE READERS LEVEL 1 & HOLD BAGGAGE IN-LINE SCREENING MACHINE AT MTB, MEZZANINE LEVEL FOR CHECKED-IN BAGGAGE

OOG BAGGAGE CHECK-IN FACILITY AT MTB

A CLOSE-UP VIEW OF 70m RECLAIM CAROUSEL AT MTB, ARRIVAL LEVEL

BHS CENTRAL CONTROL ROOM (CCR) AT MTB, GROUND FLOOR Main Functions Allocations of make-up chutes, breakdown conveyors and reclaim Carousels; and Systems recovery

Main Functions

Allocations of make-up chutes, breakdown conveyors and reclaim Carousels; and

Systems recovery

BAGGAGE RECONCILIATION MONITOR AND BARCODE SCANNER

SCANNING RESULTS ON RECONCILIATION MONITOR FOR A CORRECTLY SORTED BAG

FINAL SORTER FS1 AT MTB GROUND LEVEL in the front is the dynamic flight sign panel

FINAL SORTER FS1 SHOWING MAKE-UP CHUTES AND STAGING RACKS

MS 2 FAILURE JANUARY 2004

MS 2 FAILURE JANUARY 2004

MS 2 FAILURE JANUARY 2004

MS 2 FAILURE JANUARY 2004

THE TRACK TRANSIT SYSTEM

ENGINEERING TERMINAL FACILITIES TRACK TRANSIT SYSTEM DIVISION (TTS) back Head of Unit ( Nordin Isnin ) Grade 23 Technical Asst. (Store) (Hamidi Adnan) Grade 15 1 X Mechanical Engineer ( Mohd Zahir Hashim Grade 22 1 x Clerk Store (Nanyan Ahmad) Grade 12 Technical Asst. ( Yasin Abu Bakar) Grade 15 Shift B Technical Asst. (Sofian Mansor) Grade 15 Shift D Technical Asst. (Salleh Setapa) Grade 15 Shift A Technical Asst. ( Yunus Yusof) Grade 15 Shift C Affandi Jamaludin Sr. Technician Grade 14 Idris Johar Technician Grade 13 Zamzuri Simon Technician Grade 13 Abdul Hafiz Abd. Hamid Technician Grade 13 Rizuan Othman Technician Grade 13 Zamree Sulong Sr. Technician Grade 14 Helmey Ahmad Technician Grade 13 A. Zaid Zakaria Technician Grade 13 Omar Zakaria Technician Grade 13 Vacant Technician (Electronic) Grade 13 Sabaruddin Daud Sr. Technician Grade 14 Mansor Musa Technician Grade 13 Roslizam Ariffin Technician Grade 13 Mohd Adri Dahalan Technician Grade 12 Normanudin Mohamad Technician Grade 12 Elisman Shukri Technician Grade 13 Tajudin Mat Din Technician Grade 13 Mohd Zamri Abu Talib Technician Grade 13 Mohd Nazir Mansor Technician Grade 13 Zakaria Ibrahim Technician Grade 13

SYSTEM OVERVIEW Fully automated computer controlled Transportation over elevated guideway between the Contact Pier and Satellite A Dedicated Track consisting of two dual direction guide ways i.e. Guideway 1 and Guideway 2 Train can operate in automatic or in manual modes

Fully automated computer controlled

Transportation over elevated guideway between the Contact Pier and Satellite A

Dedicated Track consisting of two dual direction guide ways

i.e. Guideway 1 and Guideway 2

Train can operate in automatic or in manual modes

SYSTEM OVERVIEW Manual mode to restore service Length of each lane - 1280 meters Four CX-100 vehicles, two for each guideway Operates as two (2) - Vehicle Trains, one train on each guideway Allows for expansion by adding a third vehicle to each train i.e. three (3) - Vehicle Trains

Manual mode to restore service

Length of each lane - 1280 meters

Four CX-100 vehicles, two for each guideway

Operates as two (2) - Vehicle Trains, one train on each guideway

Allows for expansion by adding a third vehicle to each train i.e. three (3) - Vehicle Trains

OPERATING MODES Synchronized Double Shuttle Mode 5:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. Offset Synchronized Double Shuttle Mode Single Shuttle Mode 10:30 a.m. – 11:30 a.m. & 01:00 p.m. -02:00 p.m. Unsynchronized Double Shuttle Mode On-Call Mode 12:00 p.m. – 5:00 a.m. The Central Operator selects the operating mode for each guideway

Synchronized Double Shuttle Mode

5:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.

Offset Synchronized Double Shuttle Mode

Single Shuttle Mode

10:30 a.m. – 11:30 a.m. & 01:00 p.m. -02:00 p.m.

Unsynchronized Double Shuttle Mode

On-Call Mode

12:00 p.m. – 5:00 a.m.

The Central Operator selects the operating mode for each guideway

MAINTENANCE Maintenance Works by In-House Maintenance Team Except Substations Gen-set Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS)

Maintenance Works by In-House Maintenance Team Except

Substations

Gen-set

Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS)

ON-GOING PROJECT Expansion of the TTS from a two (2)-vehicle trains to a Three (3) vehicle train Date of completion in July 2005

Expansion of the TTS from a two (2)-vehicle trains to a Three (3) vehicle train

Date of completion in July 2005

FUTURE PROJECT A Spurline Expansion Project Electrical & Mechanical (E&M) One (1) 3-Vehicle Trains (CX- 100 Vehicles) Automatic Train Control (ATC) expansion Power supply and Distribution expansion Maintenance Depot Equipment – Storage facility Central Control Screen upgrades Civil 325 meters of elevated guideway Maintenance depot building Activate one existing switch Install crossover Install 2 switches in maintenance area

A Spurline Expansion Project

Electrical & Mechanical (E&M)

One (1) 3-Vehicle Trains (CX- 100 Vehicles)

Automatic Train Control (ATC) expansion

Power supply and Distribution expansion

Maintenance Depot Equipment – Storage facility

Central Control Screen upgrades

Civil

325 meters of elevated guideway

Maintenance depot building

Activate one existing switch

Install crossover

Install 2 switches in maintenance area

THE TRACK TRANSIT SYSTEM

THE TRACK TRANSIT SYSTEM

THE TRACK TRANSIT SYSTEM

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