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HOT TAPS

SUBCONTRACT BASIS BY A FIRM SPECIALIZING IN THIS TYPE OF WORK.

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THE FOLLOWING PRESENTS STANDARD UNIT PRICES FOR HOT TAPS. WORK PERFORMED ON A
HOTTAPPING A process for cutting holes in pressurized pipes, tanks, or vessels without interrupting service or loss of product. This permits new tieins into existing systems, the insertion ol metering devices, permanent or temporary bypasses and is the preparatory stage for line
plugging.

INFORMATIONNEEDED FOR HOT TAPS A. Tap size including ANSI flange rating of valve.
B.

Details on line being tapped:

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2.
C

Line size, wall thickness, and pipe material.


Product, pressure, and temperature in line.

3. "4" dimension. 4. "8" and "C" dimensional


5.
C.

restrictions, if any.

Tap orientation (vertical from top or bottom, horizontal, etc.).

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2 for tap size and dimensions.

D.

Tapping valves should be full round opening gate or ball valves with necessary ID to pass cutting tool.

ANGLE TAPPING

Any tap where the center line of the tapping nozzle is not perpendicular to the surface being tapped, as shown below. Contact
Contractor prior to welding for technical information on degree ofangulation and possible need of angle iron clip to anchor pilot drill.

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HOT TAPS
DIMENSIONS
These dimensions are based on opening valve, give full details.

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90' (perpendicular) pipe taps. If other than 90' (perpendicular)

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carbon steel pipe tap through full

Flange I'
l-114" ot

ANSI

Maximum

"4" Dimension 'rB" Dimension "C" Dimension Inches Minimum Inches Minimum Inches

Macbine

All

l-112"

All

2'
3 3
J

All
150# 300# 600# 150# 300# 600#

5" 5" 6"


t9'
20" 20"
18"

67'. 67', 53"


54 54 54 54"

28', 28' 28"


29 29 29
29',

T-l0l
T-101

T-l0l
360 360 360 360 360

4 4 4

l9'
37" (6r', 35"

54" 78"

29"

6" 6" 6',

8' 8' 8' 0' 0" o"


2" 2', 2"

ls0# 300# 600# lsO# 300# 600#


150# 300# 600#

150# 300# 600#

4" 4'. 4" 8" 8" 8" 20' 20' 20' 24' 24" 24" 30" 30" 36'
42"
Dimensional limitations can, in many

1s0# 300# 600#


150# 300# 600#

se') 34', s8") 32', 56'1 32'(s6') 33" (57") 33'(s7") 30" (s4") 36" (60") 29" (s3') 33' s7") 34', 58") 32" s6')
35" (59")
60"

(104') 80" (104") 82" ( 106") 82" (10') 82" (106") 82" (106")
80" 84" (108") 7e" (103") 85" (109") 82" 82" |0"

002")

31'
3 3 3 3 3 3

660 (760) 60 (70) 660 (760) 660 (70) 60 (760) 660 (760) 60 (760) 660 (760) 660 (760) 660 (70)

(106") (106") 82" 006")


(104') 132" t26', 32" 35" 3l'
33 JJ 30 33 30 JJ 36 32 32

3 3 3

60 (70) 660 (760) 660 (760)


160 (760)

31" 56"

t200 t200 200 200 200 200 200 200 200 200 200 200 200 200
200

*
59" 56"

s6'
56" 56"

6" 6" 6.

150# 300# 600#


150# 300# 600#

60' 56' 60'


*
57 56

56'
56 56 56 56 56 56 56 56 56

150# 300# 600# 150# 300# 150#


150#
cses,

s3"

*
48"

*
53"

40" 36" 42'.


42

56" 56" 56"


56

200 200 200

50'

be improved on a specific hot

tap. Other changes can be affected for special applications.

Contact Hot Tap Specialty Contractor for dimensions and sizes not listed.

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The data in this Account is based on Taps made into carbon steel pipe. When Taps are made into material other than carbon steel pipe such as cement lined pipe, transite cast iron, stainless steel and other alloys, plastic or fiberglass, additional information such as the thickness ofa cement lining or the hardness ofan alloy compared to carbon steel may be needed.

Blind Flange, Weld Cap And Large Diameter Tank Tapping Depending on the thickness ofthe object being tapped, a drip leg incorporated into
the tapping nozzlemay be required to disperse shavings from the cutting area.

Tapping Materials That Can Not Be y'elded Ifit is necessary to tap or plug a line that can not be welded such as cast iron, transite, or even carbon steel when welding is not permitted in the area, a bolt-on ftting can be used.

TAPPING FITTINGS Tapping Fittings are full-branch or reducing branch split tees designed for use with tapping machines. They are equipped with ANSI Class 150, 300, 600 weld neck flanges.

Typical Size-on-Size

Fitting

Typical Reducing Branch Fitting

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SUBCONTRACT STANDARD UNIT PRICES

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Tap 2" or
3"
4', 6
8

Size (Inches)
less

Maximum
Per
6 4 4 3
J

Taps Day

Price For

Additional
(Same

Fint Tap

Taps Dav)

Extra Per Day


Standbv, Etc.

810 10

130

470 560 560 630

1,100
1.1

4s0
510

I,250
1,360

660
820 880 990 1,160 1,600

660
660 660 80

10

3 2 2 2 2 2 2

I,420
1,700

l2'
't4"

t6"
18"

I,800 2,400 2,600


3,000

8r0
970 1,120

2,400 2,800 2,800 2,900

20"
22', 24', 26',

3,200
3,000 3,500 3.600

I,140
1,170 1,240 1.290
1,300 1,300 1.300 1,700 1,800 2.300

28' 30'
32', 34', 36 42 48

3,700
3,800
4.r 00

r/2 r/2 r/2

5,700 7,200 8,600

Notes:

l.

2.

Hot Tap prices include all tapping equipment and one technician to provide technical supervision in the application and use of the tapping equipment. Prices are based on one Hot Tap 150#, 300#, 600# raised face flange with a lesser charge for additional Hot Taps ofthe same
size.

3. All prices are FOB


budgetary purposes.

contractors warehouse and mileage costs will be charged to and from the job site. Allow $5.00 per mile for

4. Hot Tap prices do not include labor or material prices for valves,

gaskets, bolts, nuts, blind flanges, welding, hoisting equipment, scaffolding, small tools, or testing. Add for same, as required from Accounts: (a) Valves, Blind Flanges I 5-0 and \/elding

(b) Gaskets, Bolts and Nuts (c) Hoisting Equipment (d) Scaffolding

t5-72

t-20
r-40

5.

Contact Hot Tap Specialty Contractor for frm pricing for specific projects.

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