LUBRICATING OIL AND REFRIGERANT CHARGES CLAUSE

It is agreed and understood that otherwise subject to the terms, exclusions, provisions and conditions in the Policy or endorsed thereon and subject to the Insured having paid the agreed extra premium, the Insurers shall indemnify the Insured for loss of lubricating oil or refrigerant in item(s) no(s) contained in the specification of the Policy, caused by an indemnifiable accident to the above-named items, subject to :

  • a separate sum insured being provided in the specification of the Policy for the lubricating oil or the refrigent,
  • a deduction of proper depreciation according to the average life expectancy indicated by the manufacturer or otherwise to be determined at the time of loss.

The Insurers hereby agree with the Insured that if at any time during the period of insurance stated in the Schedule or during any subsequent period for which the Insured pays and the Insurers may accept the premium for the renewal of this Policy, the items (or any part thereof) entered in the Schedule, whilst on the Premises mentioned therein, suffer any unforeseen and sudden physical loss or damage from causes such as defects in casting and material, faulty design, faults at workshop or in erection, bad workmanship, lack of skill, carelessness, shortage of water in boilers, physical explosion, tearing apart on account of centrifugal force, short-circuit, storm, or from any other cause not specifically excluded hereinafter, in a manner necessitating repair or replacement,

The Insurers will indemnify the Insured in respect of such loss or damage, as hereinafter provided, by payment in cash, replacement or repair (at the Insurers’ option) up to an amount not exceeding in any one year of insurance in respect of each of the items specified in the Schedule the sum set opposite thereto and not exceeding in all the total sum expressed in the Schedule as insured hereby.

This Policy shall apply to the insured items after successful completion of their performance acceptance tests whether they are at work or at rest, or being dismantled for the purpose of cleaning or overhauling, or in the course of the aforesaid operations themselves, or when being shifted within the premises, or during subsequent re-erection.

Special Exclusions

The Insurers shall not be liable for

  1. The deductible stated in the Schedule to be borne by the Insured in any one occurrence; if more than one item is lost or damaged in one occurrence, the Insured shall not, however, be called upon to bear more than the highest single deductible applicable to such items;
  2. loss of or damage to exchangeable tools, e.g. dies, moulds, engraved cylinders, parts which by their use and/or nature suffer a high rate of wear or depreciation, e.g. refractory linings, crushing hammers, objects made of glass, belts, ropes, wires, rubber tyres, operating media, e.g. lubricants, fuels, catalysts;
  3. loss or damage due to fire, direct lightning, chemical explosion (except flue gas explosions in boilers), extinguishing of a fire or subsequent demolition, aircraft or other aerial devices or articles dropped therefrom, theft, burglary or attempts thereat, collapse of buildings, flood, inundation, earthquake, subsidence, landslide, avalanche, hurricane, cyclone, volcanic eruption or similar natural catastrophes;
  4. loss or damage for which a supplier. Contractor or repairer is responsible either by law or under contract;
  5. loss or damage caused by any faults or defects existing at the time of commencement of this Policy within the knowledge of the Insured or his representatives, whether such faults or defects were known to the Insurers or not;
  6. loss or damage as a direct consequence of the continual influence of operation (e.g. wear and tear, cavitation, erosion, corrosion, rust, boiler scale) ;
  7. consequential loss or liability of any kind or description, any payments over and above the indemnity for material damage as provided herein.

Special Provision

Basis of Indemnity

  1. a) In cases where damage to an insured item can be repaired- the Insurers shall pay expenses necessarily incurred to restore the damaged machine to its former state of

service ability plus the cost of dismantling and re-erection incurred  the purpose of effecting the repairs as well as ordinary freight to and from a repair shop, customs duties and dues, if any, to the extent such expenses have been included in the sum insured. If the repairs are executed at a workshop owned by the Insured, the Insurer shall pay the cost of materials and wages incurred for the purpose of the repairs plus a reasonable percentage to cover overhead charges.

No deduction shall be made for depreciation in respect of parts replaced, but the value of any salvage shall be taken into account.

If the cost of repairs as detailed herein above equals or exceeds the actual value of the machinery insured immediately before the accurrence of the damage, the item shall be regarded as destroyed and settlement shall be made on the provide for in b) below.

  1. b) In cases where an insured item is destroyed – the Insurers shall pay the actual value of the item immediately before the occurrence of the loss, including charges for ordinary freight, cost of erection and customs duties, if any, provided such expenses have been included in the sum insured, such actual value to be calculated by deducting proper depreciation from the replacement value of the item.

The Insurers shall also pay any normal charges for the dismounting of the machinery destroyed, but the salvages shall be taken into account.

Any extra charges incurred for overtime, night work, work on public holidays, and express freight shall be covered by this Policy only if especially agreed in writing.

The cost of any alternations, additions, improvements or overhauls shall not be recoverable under this Policy.

The cost of any provisional repairs shall be borne by the Insurers if such repairs constitute part of the final repairs and do not increase the total cost of repairs.

The Insurers shall make payments only after being satisfied by production of the necessary bills and documents that the repairs have been effected or replacement has taken place, as the case my be.

 

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