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PREPARED BY CHECKED BY APPROVED BY CERTIFIED (PTT) REV. DATE NO.

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PTT PUBLIC COMPANY LIMITED ONSHORE COMPRESSOR STATION 4 PROJECT

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SPECIFICATION FOR 3-D CAD MODEL REVIEW SPECIFICATION
SPC-0804.02-50.91 REV D1
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AREA CODE OF SITE LOCATION GENERAL AREA: 010 PTT PLC. CONTRACT NO.

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PTT PLC. PROJECT NO. 0804.02

3D CAD MODEL REVIEW SPECIFICATION

PTT PUBLIC COMPANY LIMITED ENGINEERING SPECIFICATION

SPC-0804.02-50.91 PAGE: 2 OF 22 REV: D2

CONTENTS SECTION 1.0 2.0 3.0 4.0 5.0 GENERAL ........................................................................................... 3 3D-CAD MODEL.................................................................................. 3 STATUS OF ELECTRONIC MODEL......................................................... 4 ORGANIZATION OF A MODEL REVIEW.................................................. 6 ARCHIVING ........................................................................................ 7

APPENDIX I : Model Review Report ................................................................. 8 APPENDIX II : Checklist for the Model Review .................................................. 9

3D CAD MODEL REVIEW SPECIFICATION PTT PUBLIC COMPANY LIMITED ENGINEERING SPECIFICATION SPC-0804. Shaded perspective views separated in logical areas. The 3D-CAD model can be accessed via Review Reality (Aveva. foundations. e. such as piping. with PTT) formal model reviews. interference checks (clashes). An important advantage of a 3D-CAD engineering database is the possibility to maintain consistency between the produced documents and to assist the co-ordination of work among different disciplines. It enables the CONTRACTOR to integrate the different design stages and the different subjects. Reports such as line lists. This document governs the procedure for conducting internal reviews (informal) and PTT (scheduled.91 PAGE: 3 OF 22 REV: D2 1.0 1. etc. equipment. location of emergency shut-down stations. convenience of construction. Material Take-off (Bills of Material). units (model review).02-50.90 : 3D-CAD Modeling 2. operability and maintenance. instrument data.1 GENERAL Scope This document specifies requirement and gives recommendations for 3D-CAD (Three Dimensional Computer Aided Design) visualization and use of 3D-CAD features. The graphical data is often an integral part of an engineering database supporting the design process.1 3D-CAD MODEL General The 3D-CAD model is a collection of graphical data which describes the facilities of the station for visualization purposes.0 2. PDMS). location of valves. bird’s-eye views.2 Design Criteria Aspects The CAD system will be structured in such a way that all disciplines involved can check whether engineering criteria have been met with respect to safety. 2. Piping Isometrics.02-50. This should include accessibility for maintenance and fire fighting. process instrumentation.g. routing of the piping adequate for the process. constructability. Typical deliverables of a 3D-CAD system include: 1) 2) 3) 4) 5) Detailed engineering drawings such as plan and elevation drawings. PTT model reviews shall be conducted in the CONTRACTOR (hereinafter referred to as CONTRACTOR) offices. electrics and instrumentation into one 3D-CAD model. structures. proper and safe location of .2 Related Specification The related specifications: 1) SPC-0804. 1.

Access / escape corridors. 3. .91 PAGE: 4 OF 22 REV: D2 vents and drains. . Presently. 2.2 Internal Reviews Internal model reviews (multi-discipline) shall be conducted regularly.Head room clearances . wherever possible. the application of 3D-CAD technology allows the following: 1) Definition of classified 3D-shapes to indicate envelopes for: . 3.Operability.0 3.90.90) Section 4 Color Code for 3D Cad Model. The 3D-CAD model used during the formal reviews shall be a frozen copy of the live engineering data base being used for development of the project.3 Instruction The 3D-CAD model shall be used for training and instruction of plant operators.Reach / clearances for activities. to avoid misunderstanding. Use Appendix IV “Readiness Assessment for Model Review” during the internal review. 3) Identification of deviations from normal engineering practices. 2) Access envelopes for: . 4) Modeling of foundations and underground systems. Any necessary changes shall be agreed upon and immediately recorded and shall be marked with tag numbers. All comments should be resolved prior to all PTT model reviews. 2. 5) Consistency between the 3D-CAD model and the P&ID (Piping & Instrument Diagram).02-50.Safety.Valve hand wheels. location of low point drain. location of fire protection and firefighting equipment and escape routes.0250.Maintenance equipment.3D CAD MODEL REVIEW SPECIFICATION PTT PUBLIC COMPANY LIMITED ENGINEERING SPECIFICATION SPC-0804.1 STATUS OF ELECTRONIC MODEL General The full scope of the model is described in Engineering Standard SPC 0804. construction staff.02-50. . 2. maintenance staff and emergency responsible organization.5 Color Code for 3D-CAD Model Where practical the colors used in the 3D-CAD model shall be in accordance with 3-D Cad Modeling (SPC 0804.4 Model Review Features with 3D-CAD Technology The required features shall be agreed between the PTT and the CONTRACTOR before the set-up of the 3D-CAD system and engineering database is started. . The model shall meet 1/3 model review and 2/3 model review content prior to frozen. .

(8) Stationary foundations. e. (2) 90% of pipelines 3” diameter and above.g. (4) Major and special pipe supports. (9) Fire fighting equipment (hydrants. stairs. (5) All lines defined as stress critical.3D CAD MODEL REVIEW SPECIFICATION PTT PUBLIC COMPANY LIMITED ENGINEERING SPECIFICATION SPC-0804. monitors). compressor etc. (15) All foundations and footings. (14) Concrete slabs and paving. Fire water. . (3) Location of access roads. (9) Electrical and instrument main cable route on pipe rack. (10) Building in outline. (12) Local control panels and Junction boxes. Eye bath and safety shower locations. The extent of each model review area shall be defined in a model review index for above ground areas.2 2/3 Model Review The model minimum content for the 2/3 electronic model review shall be: (1) The actions resulting from the 1/3 model review.91 PAGE: 5 OF 22 REV: D2 3.3.1 1/3 Model Review The model minimum content for the 1/3 electronic model review shall be: (1) 8” and larger piping with in-line instruments. (12) Underground main piping lines of Oily drain.3 1/3 and 2/3 Model Reviews The models for all areas shall be reviewed jointly by the PTT and CONTRACTOR. Pipe racks (primary steel and concrete). (6) Packaged unit orientation. Reviews of the model should be respectively done when the model is 1/3 and 2/3 complete. (3) 50% of pipelines 2” diameter. (10) Underground branch piping with drain funnel or connection to above ground piping. (6) Packaged unit location. control. 3. (16) In-line instruments on modeled lines. (7) Orientation of ladders. (8) Utility station. platforms on vessels and columns. (7) Escape routes defined and marked. (4) Location al all mechanical equipment. bundle pulling and laydown areas. substation and warehouse buildings. But these reviews shall be scheduled so as to reflect milestone progress as conceptual and finalized detail design advances.02-50. (11) Above ground instrument and electrical tray routing.3. (5) Nozzle orientation of major equipments such inlet filter scrubber. (11) Dropout. The model review agenda together with the model review area index shall illustrate the geographical coverage of each review. (2) Structures. The items listed below should have been completed for these model reviews: 3. (13) Permanent cranes and hoisting beams.

(1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) (9) 4. PTT representatives (2) 4. inform the type of review and ensure that the necessary documents to support the review are available at the time of the notice to PTT. 4. since many accidents are caused by seemingly minor items.2 Clash At least one clash run shall be carried out on the relevant files and clashes cleared before reviewing each area.2 3D-CAD Model Review 4. Electrical.3 Review execution (1) (2) Check the model against the latest issue of the P&ID.3. equipment and instrumentation which have been checked and accepted. fire fighting and utility systems. Start. then proceed to internal circulation and product rundown circuits and conclude with a check on safety.2.3.91 PAGE: 6 OF 22 REV: D2 4. Static and Mechanical : Part time.1 Collection documents to support the review The CONTRACTOR shall give notice (approximately 2 weeks) before the review date.2. Plot Plan Critical Line List Piping GA/Layout P&ID PDMS Key Plan Equipment List SP Item List P&ID Showing status of model Model Review Check List (3) .2.2. Review System Operator.02-50.0 4.1 ORGANIZATION OF A MODEL REVIEW Participants The following discipline shall review the electronic model and related documents and shall contribute as required: (1) CONTRACTOR Process and Piping Engineer.3D CAD MODEL REVIEW SPECIFICATION PTT PUBLIC COMPANY LIMITED ENGINEERING SPECIFICATION SPC-0804. for instance. Comments Writer: Full time Instrument. Project Engineer. Mark on the P&ID the lines that come under paragraph 3. These shall include but not limited to. Follow the line-up systematically and pay strict attention to details. with the unit feed system.1 & 3.

Screen dumps of comments give rise to PROJECT SPECIFICATION changes shall be confirmed by Application of Deviation. with clearly reasoning. The team leader shall co-ordinate the tag handling process. safe.0 ARCHIVING All model and comments from Model review shall be recorded in Model Report and maintain in the Model Review Workstation through the life of project. equipment number and sufficient detail to aid understanding. The tag items shall be reviewed with the PTT within 2 weeks and a record shall be produced showing which tag items will be implemented or rejected. Note that the checklist is not exhaustive and shall not overrule sound judgment. Formal report shall be issued on monthly basis. If in doubt. and does not conflict with other requirements. resolved comments snap shots shall be kept in the CD ROM and handed over to PTT. The rolling issue of review report shall be issued on two week basis. . The text of each tagged shall be as complete and unambiguous as possible to avoid confusion in a later stage of the review process.91 PAGE: 7 OF 22 REV: D2 (4) (5) Indicate the points which have not been accepted.2. The 3D-CAD tools shall have sequence tagging facilities to describe the comments given by review team. The relevant specialist will consult the solutions before a tag item is deleted or significantly changed.4 Handling of Comments After each review. each tag must be recorded as screen snapshot. Ensure that it is practical. (6) 4. after correction. all models and comments from model review including comments snap shots. the team shall decide if the level of composition of the model is in line with the requirements defined in paragraph 3. checked in the next review. In addition. Comment tag shall include comments line number.4. PTT comment shall not be deleted prior to formal agreement. Use Appendix II and III during the model review. Shortcomings in the degree of completion shall be highlighted and.3D CAD MODEL REVIEW SPECIFICATION PTT PUBLIC COMPANY LIMITED ENGINEERING SPECIFICATION SPC-0804. or in an additional review depending on the degree of incompleteness. consult the appropriate specialists of other disciplines. Ensure that a modification is proposed whether it suits its purpose. 5. to facilitate the review in follow-up checks. After Mechanical completion.02-50. in accordance with the P&ID and also economic.

02-50. Category Review Date: Review Summary Action Taken Reviewed by PTT CONTRACTOR Action by Due date Sign Review Status 1/3 . / standard . E : Good engineering practice.3D CAD MODEL REVIEW SPECIFICATION PTT PUBLIC COMPANY LIMITED ENGINEERING SPECIFICATION SPC-0804.Category Code S : Safety. & Name: PTT: Review Area (or Unit): Page No. O : Operation. P : Not complied with project spec. Tag No.91 PAGE: 8 OF 22 REV: D2 APPENDIX I : Model Review Report Project No. M : Maintenance.

91 PAGE: 9 OF 22 REV: D2 APPENDIX II : Checklist for the Model Review SUMMARY Check points in this appendix are given for the review of a 3D-CAD model. The checklist will help to improve quality and to identify and eliminate potentially hazardous situations. The checklist is comprehensive but should not be considered to be fully exhaustive.02-50.3D CAD MODEL REVIEW SPECIFICATION PTT PUBLIC COMPANY LIMITED ENGINEERING SPECIFICATION SPC-0804. .

i.02-50. around and underneath air-cooled heat exchangers. vessels. on top of furnaces and frequently used working areas by maintenance. in hydrogen service or furnaces? Check that operators manipulating drain valves of open drain systems can see the drained effluent. e.g. Are emergency/smothering steam header at a safe distance from the equipment to be protected. This applies for platforms at structures. All staircases should route at ground level to an open area to allow an unobstructed escape access.3D CAD MODEL REVIEW SPECIFICATION PTT PUBLIC COMPANY LIMITED ENGINEERING SPECIFICATION SPC-0804.91 PAGE: 10 OF 22 REV: D2 1. Check proper escape access from elevated equipment and all platforms. Check that there are no obstructions in the path of escape access.e. This applies in particular for accessibility to pump suction and discharge valves and motor operated valves. Check that there are no head bumpers. ensuring enough static head of oil is available. This includes safety. Check that water seal trapped in goosenecks can be displaced by hydrocarbons. Provide funnel as required. Ensure the access is directed away from a process area. Checkpoint Consider all equipment with respect to its economic aspects. Check if utility stations have been provided at the main operational platforms. Remark 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 .1 General Safety and Operability No. shin splitters or tripping hazards. Check that at least two exits are provided on every platform which is regularly in use by operators. Check proper smooth connections between platforms and table tops. operability and maintenance as well as accessibility.

Are hot lines or other hot surfaces near walkways properly insulated for personnel protection? Check that the suction of the air blower of an analyzer container is taken from a non-hazardous area. either from spraying droplets of hot water or by wet surfaces. Check that steam exhaust cannot cause personnel hazards.02-50. expensive or unsafe. 11 12 13 14 .91 PAGE: 11 OF 22 REV: D2 10 Have platforms been provided at place where work is expected during shutdowns? Consider also access to spading at those places where scaffolding would be a nuisance. (In such cases install additional platforms or adapt existing platforms).3D CAD MODEL REVIEW SPECIFICATION PTT PUBLIC COMPANY LIMITED ENGINEERING SPECIFICATION SPC-0804. Check that inlet valves of silencers on steam line for warming up or start up are operable in a safe manner without risk of pouring hot condensate from the silencer outlet on the operator below.

8 9 Are firewater deluge manifolds safely located in relation to the equipment they protect? 10 Check if emergency showers and eye bath showers are strategically located. Remark 5 6 Do firewater spray systems or monitors properly protect hot pumps? 7 Check location of fire hydrants. 11 .02-50.3D CAD MODEL REVIEW SPECIFICATION PTT PUBLIC COMPANY LIMITED ENGINEERING SPECIFICATION SPC-0804. if required. 1 2 3 4 Checkpoint Can firewater headers be safely accessed? Check the accessibility of the unit for manual fire-fighting operations. e.2 Fire Prevention and Safety Equipment No.91 PAGE: 12 OF 22 REV: D2 1. near equipment handling caustic. mobile and portable fire fighting equipment. Check the location for fire and gas detectors for their coverage. Does fire truck cover all areas while one road is blocked? Can a fire truck maneuver easily? Hydrocarbon process pumps should not be placed underneath pipe racks or air-cooled heat exchangers.g. fixed. ammonia and aggressive chemicals. Check whether the layout of water spray lines and nozzles are adequate to cool vessels. Consider this in relation to the equipment to be protected and the likelihood of a fire.

in relation to normal operations as well as shutdown? Take special care of manifolds and large control valves. Has the number of flanges been minimized? This is valid especially in systems above auto-ignition temperature and with toxic materials.91 PAGE: 13 OF 22 REV: D2 1. . Check the elevation of piping and its clearance to walkways and maintenance equipment (e. especially for those with inserts. Avoid head bumpers. 1 Checkpoint Is piping entering and leaving the plant logically grouped together at the battery limit? All valves. Has external heating been applied on those pockets which cannot be avoided? Remark 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Check for adequate space and jacking facilities to remove manhole covers. are they accessible and can they be turned safely? Consider additional or adapted platforms where applicable. If spectacle blinds are fitted. lifting equipment).3D CAD MODEL REVIEW SPECIFICATION PTT PUBLIC COMPANY LIMITED ENGINEERING SPECIFICATION SPC-0804. instruments) on expanding piping do not touch obstructions. flushing and draining and instrument connections properly located. Are start-up and circulation lines short? Have dead ends been avoided? Can the system be flushed and drained? Do vapor lines. Look for pockets in vapor lines where condensation may occur. freely branch off from the top of main lines? Can piping subject to thermal expansion indeed expand? Check that nozzles and branches (e. such as support beams.g. including steam lines.g. spading positions.02-50.3 Piping No.

Are stripping steam lines short and horizontal.g. except in pump suction lines where vapor pockets may cause cavitations of the pump.91 PAGE: 14 OF 22 REV: D2 11 Have dead end sections been avoided. Normally the straight part is on the bottom of horizontal lines. e. 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 .g. Check the position of eccentric reducers.02-50. Is piping with instrument connections positioned such that these connections are easily accessible? Is the measurement point in the correct process location? Is there adequate straight length upstream and downstream of a flow meter or orifice flange? Is there sufficient space around an ultrasonic flow meter to allow proper installation of the flow meter sensor in the horizontal plane without touching adjacent lines? Have special provisions for commissioning and initial start-up been properly addressed? (e. or sloping from the last valve? Check absorber gas feed inlets for pockets near the inlet to avoid absorbent entering the gas inlet line. in steam and water lines and in lines with high pour point material? Has piping been designed for ease of drainage and/or venting? Do compressor suction lines slope towards the knockout drum? Each low point of the compressor suction should have a low point drain. temporary large blow spools and silencers).3D CAD MODEL REVIEW SPECIFICATION PTT PUBLIC COMPANY LIMITED ENGINEERING SPECIFICATION SPC-0804. Check that small bore cooling water lines branch off from the top of header.

except flare lines.91 PAGE: 15 OF 22 REV: D2 1. 1 Checkpoint Have valves in pipe bridges been avoided as much as possible? Remark 2 Check for the presence of chain-operated valves (only allowed in exceptional cases). Check that there are no valves installed with the stem pointing downward. especially when in the open position).g.3D CAD MODEL REVIEW SPECIFICATION PTT PUBLIC COMPANY LIMITED ENGINEERING SPECIFICATION SPC-0804.02-50. Are valves operable from grade level or floor? Are valves that need frequent attention easily accessible? Check for valves in vertical lines which may accumulate liquid (e. 4 5 6 7 . Are hand wheels easily accessible for operation and not obstructing walkways or platforms? (Consider the stems. condensate).4 Valves No. 3.

check that opening of such a strainer dose not result in spilling flammable liquid and possible ignition on nearby hot surface. 9 10 Checked whether the permanent strainer can be easily removed when required for maintenance.02-50.5 Pumps and Compressors No. is it considered avoiding slamming motion of valve disc due to its gravitational weight? Comparatively large size swing check valve shall be recommended to install in horizontal side to avoid slamming. Remark 2 3 Is removal of the pump and the electric motor practical? Is the flow in suction piping smooth? Check for the required straight length of the suction line for double-suction pumps.3D CAD MODEL REVIEW SPECIFICATION PTT PUBLIC COMPANY LIMITED ENGINEERING SPECIFICATION SPC-0804. 1 Checkpoint Is valve around pumps and compressors accessible and operable? Can the pump and compressor safely be handled for maintenance such as filter pulling? Pay special attention to spading-off possibilities and draining of the casing and the strainer.91 PAGE: 16 OF 22 REV: D2 1. . Have high points in pump suction lines been avoided? For pumps with a vertical suction line and an elevated strainer. 4 5 6 7 8 Is location of the local compressor panel logical? Is there space for crane to enter and maneuver? With regards to swing check valve in pump discharge side.

02-50. is the piping support proper installed to accommodate thermal expansion? 3 4 5 6 7 8 . When differential expansion between column and connected piping on it is big. Check if specified elevations of vessels and columns on P&ID are adhered to.91 PAGE: 17 OF 22 REV: D2 1. Vessels and Columns Checkpoint Check that manholes are within reach of hoisting equipment? Remark 1 2 Ensure proper space on platforms for turning the manhole covers and for entering equipment.6 No. Are instrument tapings and local instruments and level glasses readily accessible? Has insulation for personnel protection been provided? Can the lines follow the expansion of the equipment when heating up and cooling down? Pay special attention to supports on both hot and cold structure. Check free movement of platforms (thermal expansion).3D CAD MODEL REVIEW SPECIFICATION PTT PUBLIC COMPANY LIMITED ENGINEERING SPECIFICATION SPC-0804.

Have relief valves been installed at proper elevations relative to the flare header? All relief valves should be accessible for removal. ensure that there is enough space to do the work. Remark 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 . Is safety/relief valve piping as possible when discharging into a close system? Check relief valves discharging to atmosphere for safe locations and direction. Ensure that hot equipment is not located below discharge points to the atmosphere if any hydrocarbons can be released. If a low point is unavoidable.7 No. Relief valves should be located on the main process header. For a waste gas seal vessel. i l i hi h k Can relief valves be blocked-in and drained? Check relief valve outlet line arrangements such that supports can be provided to cope with reaction forces. Is reactor vent gas safely routed during regeneration? Ensure that flame arrestors in lines to the atmosphere can be accessed for removal and maintenance. Check the accessibility of relief valves sets for maintenance and inspection. Check that outlet lines from relief valves are self-draining into the flare header. Check that inlet lines to relief valves are self-draining into process equipment.3D CAD MODEL REVIEW SPECIFICATION PTT PUBLIC COMPANY LIMITED ENGINEERING SPECIFICATION SPC-0804. Relief systems: Flares and Vent Systems Checkpoint Flare lines shall have no pockets and shall slope continuously to the flare knockout drum.02-50. Check that there is a proper escape access from this platform. ensure a drain with adequate size is connected to a drain If a platform is installed for spading a part of the flare line whilst the main flare line is still in use.91 PAGE: 18 OF 22 REV: D2 1. Check that connections are made on top or on the side of the flare header.

.91 PAGE: 19 OF 22 REV: D2 13 Check that the spindles of flare main block valves.3D CAD MODEL REVIEW SPECIFICATION PTT PUBLIC COMPANY LIMITED ENGINEERING SPECIFICATION SPC-0804. This prevents a blocked flare line if the wedge should fall down. if gate valves. are in a horizontal position.02-50.

including noise limitations. Check that unloading and storage of chemicals. for example. additives. If required install funnels to the oil collecting system. ammonia etc. Remark 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Check drainage from lines at the battery limit prior to spading the unit. Check drainage from pump casings and pump strainers.91 PAGE: 20 OF 22 REV: D2 1.8 No. in line with general approach of closed loops for liquid draining or vents.02-50. Check that the distance around plants is in accordance with any local regulations. can be carried out without environmental impact. 9 10 11 . Environmental Check Checkpoint Check if any process liquid drained from equipment can be handled in an environmentally acceptable manner.3D CAD MODEL REVIEW SPECIFICATION PTT PUBLIC COMPANY LIMITED ENGINEERING SPECIFICATION SPC-0804. Check where vents of seal chambers of reciprocating compressors are routed to. Check drainage of sour or spent seal and tube oils from compressors. caustic. Check drainage from process filters and coalescers. closed loops? Check drainage from heat exchangers when opened for bundle cleaning or repairs. Check drainage from fuel filters of furnaces. Consider also the effect of liquid spillage when opening both heads as well as when pulling the bundle. Are drains from sample points of plants and storage tanks minimized by.

02-50.3D CAD MODEL REVIEW SPECIFICATION PTT PUBLIC COMPANY LIMITED ENGINEERING SPECIFICATION SPC-0804. All large bore piping 6” and above with in. Stationary foundations shown. Check escapes routes. O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O Approved by Piping L/E _________________ _________________ Signature _________________ _________________ Date _________________ _________________ Approved by Project Signature Date Electrical Process Activity Piping Comments . Dropout.Control room . Construction and maintenance aspects verified. Building in outline: . Electrical and instrument main cable route on pipe racks.line instruments on modeled lines.Switch rooms Location of access roads shown.Analyzer shelters . columns. reactors. Nozzle orientation of major equipments such as towers. Packaged unit located.91 PAGE: 21 OF 22 REV: D2 APPENDIX III: Readiness Assessment For 1/3 Model Review Project No. bundle pulling and laydown areas. & Name: Review Area (or Unit): ______________________ Civil/Structure Mechanical Instrument O O 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 Location of all mechanical equipment. Pipe racks and structures shown.

Concrete slabs and paving Above ground instrument and electrical tray routing. Orientation of equipment nozzles. etc) located. stairs. Orientation of ladders.02-50. Fire fighting equipment (hydrants. In-line instruments on modeled lines. Underground sewer systems and collecting and separation systems. monitors.91 PAGE: 22 OF 22 REV: D2 For 2/3 Model Review Project & Name: Review Area (or Unit) _______________ Civil/Structur e Mechanical Instrument O O O O O O O O Approved by Project ____________ Signature _________________ Date _________________ Electrical 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 Comments from 1/3 model review incorporated and approved byPTT. Stress comments incorporate for defined as stress critical. 90% of pipelines 3” diameter and above. O O O O Process Piping Activity Comments O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O 21 Clash checks complete. stairs. water spray systems. 50% of pipelines 2”diameter Major and special pipe supports. Final dimensions of structures and steel constructions. All foundations and footings shown. Approved by Piping L/E ______________ Signature _________________ Date _________________ . Packaged unit orientation. platforms on vessels and columns. Permanent cranes and hoisting beams. Dropout.3D CAD MODEL REVIEW SPECIFICATION PTT PUBLIC COMPANY LIMITED ENGINEERING SPECIFICATION SPC-0804. bundle pulling and laydown areas. All underground piping. Local panels and junction boxes. Operation and maintenance aspects verified. Eye bath and safety shower locations. Utility station.