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TABLE OF CONTENTS 1. INTRODUCTION ......................................................................................................................... 5 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 2. PROJECT BACKGROUND ......................................................................................... 5 OBJECTIVES ............................................................................................................... 5 DEFINITIONS ............................................................................................................... 5 ABBREVIATIONS ........................................................................................................ 5

SCOPE ........................................................................................................................................ 7 2.1 2.2 2.3 2.4 GENERAL .................................................................................................................... 7 SCOPE OF SUPPLY AND SERVICES ....................................................................... 7 2.2.1 Scope of Supply ............................................................................................... 7 TECHNICAL BID PROPOSAL SUBMISSION ............................................................ 7 CONFLICTING REQUIREMENTS ............................................................................... 8

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DESIGN FEATURES................................................................................................................... 9 3.1 3.2 3.3 GENERAL .................................................................................................................... 9 CODES & STANDARDS.............................................................................................. 9 DESIGN CRITERIA .................................................................................................... 10 3.3.1 Design Life ...................................................................................................... 10 3.3.2 Operating Conditions ...................................................................................... 10 3.3.3 Hazardous Area .............................................................................................. 10 DESIGN FEATURES ................................................................................................. 10 3.4.1 General ........................................................................................................... 10 3.4.2 Cable Types and Description ......................................................................... 11 3.4.3 Cable Size and Type ...................................................................................... 12 3.4.4 Symbol Description......................................................................................... 17 CABLE CONSTRUCTION AND MATERIALS .......................................................... 17 3.5.1 Conductor ....................................................................................................... 17 3.5.2 Insulation ........................................................................................................ 17 3.5.3 Cabling ........................................................................................................... 17 3.5.4 Inner Covering ................................................................................................ 18 3.5.5 Armouring ....................................................................................................... 18 DESIGNATION / IDENTIFICATION ........................................................................... 19 3.6.1 Cables Marking ............................................................................................... 19 3.6.2 Drum Marking ................................................................................................. 20 3.6.3 Drum Schedule ............................................................................................... 20 3.6.4 Others ............................................................................................................. 20

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QUALITY AND ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT, INSPECTIONS AND TESTS .............. 23 5.1 QUALITY AND ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT REQUIREMENTS ................. 23 5.1.1 Responsibility for Quality, Environmental Compatibility and Their Management ............................................................................................................... 23 5.1.2 Conformance to ISO Standards ..................................................................... 23 INSPECTION AND TESTS ........................................................................................ 23

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SHIPMENT AND FIELD SERVICES......................................................................................... 27 8.1 8.2 8.3 8.4 GENERAL .................................................................................................................. 27 PACKAGING .............................................................................................................. 27 STORAGE .................................................................................................................. 27 TRANSPORTATION AND HANDLING ..................................................................... 27

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APPENDICES ........................................................................................................................... 28 APPENDIX C3: APPENDIX C6: APPENDIX E1: APPENDIX E3: SPECIFIC INSPECTION AND TEST REQUIREMENTS ............................ 29 APPLICABLE PROJECT REQUIREMENTS .............................................. 32 VENDOR DATA REQUIREMENT LIST....................................................... 33 TABLE OF COMPLIANCE ......................................................................... 42

Doc. 1. material procurement. This specification is applicable to the FPSO for the D1 Field Development Project. inspection and testing. 1.2 OBJECTIVES This document defines the minimum requirements for the engineering.1 INTRODUCTION PROJECT BACKGROUND Oil and Natural Gas Corporation (ONGC) are further developing the D1 Field located about 200 km to the west of Mumbai City.4 ABBREVIATIONS ABS BS EPR HFC HFE IEC ISO ITP LSZH MGT PO SHF2 American Bureau of Shipping British Standard Ethylene Propylene Rubber Halogen Free Compound Halogen Free Elastomer International Electrotechnical Commission International Standard Organisation Inspection and Test Plan Low Smoke Zero Halogen Mica Glass Tape Purchase Order Thermoset Polymer . fabrication. 1. Company: PURCHASER: Bidder/VENDOR: Oil and Natural Gas Corporation (ONGC) Bumi Armada Berhad (BAB) Any potential VENDOR invited to submit technical and price proposals for the scope of work and services described in this specification. packing and delivery of Instrumentation & Control Cables as per project requirement.3 DEFINITIONS The following words and expressions shall have the meanings hereby assigned to them except where the context otherwise requires. manufacturing. No Rev No Page : : : 21010-BAE-70000-IN-SP-0028 C0 Page 5 of 28 1. 1. India in the Western Offshore area. design. painting.

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high availability.2.3 TECHNICAL BID PROPOSAL SUBMISSION The bidder shall provide the following technical information and documents in his proposal:• • • • Cable Technical Description/Specification Inspection and Test Plan Confirmation of the required guarantees Deviations to this Specification.1 SCOPE GENERAL The Instrumentation & Control Cables supplied shall comply with the technical requirements specified in this document. of accepted engineering practice. 2. default of which makes the VENDOR responsible for any errors or omissions therein. The alternative options must be proven and tested at least one year on a commercial level. 2. even though these have been approved by PURCHASER. No Rev No Page : : : 21010-BAE-70000-IN-SP-0028 C0 Page 7 of 28 2. All workmanship shall be of acceptable standard of the oil & gas industry.Doc. in accordance with this specification and recognized international or national standards or codes. long life and safe operation for the process conditions specified herein such alternatives shall be considered in addition to the requirements invoked in the specification. The VENDOR scope of supply shall also include the followings: • • • • • Documentation in accordance with VDRL Inspection and Testing Review and classing by the ABS Certification Packing.1 SCOPE OF SUPPLY AND SERVICES Scope of Supply The VENDOR shall supply the Instrument & Control Cables as per requirements and conditions described in this specification.2 2. if any . preparation for shipment and shipment to the nominated fabrication yard 2. Each deviation from this specification must be declared during the bidding stage and approved by PURCHASER authorized representative in writing. preservation. and to the entire satisfaction of PURCHASER and its client. Where the VENDOR can demonstrate improved technology options/development with a better reliability. before proceeding with the manufacturing of the cables. The VENDOR is responsible to inform PURCHASER of any perceived discrepancies in this document and its references.

.Doc. 2. the VENDOR shall indicate such to PURCHASER and shall obtain PURCHASER's written directive. No Rev No Page : : : 21010-BAE-70000-IN-SP-0028 C0 Page 8 of 28 • • Completed Technical Compliance List Work schedule IMPORTANT: Incomplete data sheets or non-submission of the required information stated in this subsection shall be cause for rejection of the VENDOR’s proposal.4 CONFLICTING REQUIREMENTS The following is the order of precedence: • • • • • National Legal and Statutory Requirements of Local Region Laws Classification Society i. ABS This Specification Project Specifications (referred to in this specification) Reference Codes and Standards In case of any inconsistencies or conflicting requirements between this specification and any other document forming part of subject Purchase order.e.

Otherwise. Land cables Instrumentation Cable Part 1 Type 1 (Screened Instrumentation Cable) and Part 1 Type 2 (Armoured Instrumentation Cable) Elastomer insulated cables for fixed wiring in ships and on mobile and fixed offshore units. The specified equipment shall fulfill the requirements of local and national regulations and codes applicable at the facility location. Requirements and test methods Electrical installations in ships – Part 3 : Cables (Construction.2 CODES & STANDARDS It shall be VENDOR’s responsibility to become knowledgeable of the requirements of these Standards & Codes. he will be held fully liable for any consequence of not following such procedure.350 IEC 60092. the latest editions of codes and standards listed below shall apply. 3. to make the system to meet the requirements mentioned shall be at the expense of the VENDOR. No Rev No Page : : : 21010-BAE-70000-IN-SP-0028 C0 Page 9 of 28 3. testing and installation) Low Voltage Shipboard Power Cables – General Construction and Test Requirements Electrical installations in ships – Part 351:Insulating materials for shipboard and offshore units. instrumentation. power. Furthermore. 3.Doc.359 . telecommunication and data cables Electrical installations in ships – Sheathing Materials for Shipboard Power and Telecommunication Cables BS 6883 IEC 60092-3 IEC 60092. Code/Standard ABS Title Guide for Building and Classing Floating Production Installations July 2009 Guide for Building and Classing Facilities on Offshore Installations January 2009 BS EN 10257-1 BS 5308 Zinc or zinc alloy coated non-alloy steel wire for armouring either power cables or telecommunication cables.1 DESIGN FEATURES GENERAL If the VENDOR considers any technical requirements stated in this specification to be detrimental to the performance or quality of the Instrument & Control Cables specified he shall indicate this to PURCHASER's engineer and shall obtain written directive on how to proceed. control. Any changes or alterations to the equipment.351 IEC 60092.

and free from all defects and imperfections that would affect their performance.1 DESIGN FEATURES General All cables herein specified shall be new and unused.Doc. 3. 3.4 3.3. No Rev No Page : : : 21010-BAE-70000-IN-SP-0028 C0 Page 10 of 28 Code/Standard IEC 60092. recently manufactured.3. Temperature Class T3. control and communication cables Part 376: Cables for control and instrumentation circuits 150/250 V (300 V) Conductors of Insulated Cables Fire-resisting Characteristics of Electric Cables Tests On Electric Cables Under Fire Conditions Identification of Conductors by Colours or Numerals Test on Gases Evolved During Combustion of Electric Cables Measurement of Smoke Density of Electric Cables Burning Under Defined Conditions Common Test Methods for Insulating and Sheating Materials of Electric Cables Electrical Test Methods for Electrical Cables IEC 60092.1 DESIGN CRITERIA Design Life All cables must be of proven design and suitable for operation in a marine environment and subject to the motion of the FPSO with a required design life of 15 years.376 IEC 60228 IEC 60331 IEC 60332 IEC 60446 IEC 60754 IEC 61034 IEC 60811 IEC 60885 3. unless specified otherwise.3 Hazardous Area Instrument & Control Cables shall be selected to suit the hazardous area classification in which they are to be installed in accordance with IEC 60079 or equivalent Cenelec Standards. Environmental and Metocean Data (21010-BAE-70000-PR-SP-0001).3.2 Operating Conditions Instrument & Control Cables shall be designed for the site conditions defined in the Utility. The process areas on the FPSO will be classified as Class 1.3 3.4. Gas Group IIA/B.375 Title Electrical installations in ships – Part 375:General instrument. Zone 2. 3. . The cables specified shall be a product regularly manufactured by the VENDOR.

Two or Multi Core Control Cable. 3. Cables shall be manufactured in one continuous length up to the maximum permissible cable drum length.6/1kV. Tinned Annealed Copper Wire Braid Armoured. oil and natural gas corrosive agents normally found within a tropical offshore/petrochemical/gas processing facility. inductance. 250V. The cable outer sheath shall be coloured according to the cable type and embossed with the cable identification at one (1) meter intervals. HFE Sheathed Cable. Individual and Overall Shielding. HFE Sheathed Power Cable. MGT + EPR-insulated. One or Multi Pair/Triad Instrument Cable. HFE Sheathed Power Cable. insulation or sheaths are not acceptable. One or Multi Pair/Triad Instrument Cable. The cable inner and outer sheaths shall be extruded over the insulation and armour. Tinned Annealed Copper Wire Braid Armoured. Splices in conductors. 0. Flame Retardant. HFC inner covering. HFC inner covering. One or Multi Pair/Triad Instrument Cable. Overall Shielding. EPR-insulated. RFOU (c) 250V BFOU (i) 250V BFOU (c) 250V RFOU (0. One or Multi Pair/Triad Instrument Cable. 250V. Flame Retardant. Individual and Overall Shielding.Doc. No Rev No Page : : : 21010-BAE-70000-IN-SP-0028 C0 Page 11 of 28 The cable drum radius should not be less than 125% of the minimum bending radius of the cables. rough handling. HFC inner covering. HFC inner covering. Overall Shielding. Tinned Annealed Copper Wire Braid Armoured. HFE Sheathed Cable. HFE Sheathed Power Cable. resistance and L/R ratio) shall not exceed the requirements as specified in BS 5308 part 1. Flame Retardant. HFC inner covering. heat. Fire Resistant.2 Cable Types and Description TYPE RFOU (i) 250V DESCRIPTION 250V. HFC inner covering. 250V. Two or Multi Core Control Cable. EPRinsulated. MGT + EPR-insulated. ultra-violet radiation.6/1kV) . Fire Resistant. Cable parameters (capacitance. 0. Tinned Annealed Copper Wire Braid Armoured.6/1kV) BFOU (0. Fire Resistant. EPR-insulated. HFE Sheathed Power Cable. Tinned Annealed Copper Wire Braid Armoured. They shall be resistant to scuffing. Tinned Annealed Copper Wire Braid Armoured. MGT + EPR-insulated.4.6/1kV.

5 mm sized conductors. 12TR will have 1. No Rev No Page : : : 21010-BAE-70000-IN-SP-0028 C0 Page 12 of 28 3. Heat Resistance – As per AS1168 (or IEC 60092-3) for conductor temperatures to 85 deg C. >= 32 % Flame Retardant general process Instrument signal Acidic emission limit to be 150 mg HCL/gm of compound. • 3.3.4.5 mm2 sized individual conductors. 4C.3 3. 2PR and 5PR will have 1. SWB with FRRT sheathing with drain wires CU/PE/SWB/LSZH (IEC 60332) IEC 60332 part 3 Cat. cable type used are as follows: • 1PR.3 For I. cable type used are as follows: • 2C. I2 and I3 -Flame Retardant).S and Non-I.S Analog Input and Analog Output cables (Type I1. I1 . 12TR will have 1.5 mm sized individual conductors.5 mm2 sized conductors.S 2 2 • Ref. 4C.Doc.3.S and Non-I.4. 2PR and 5PR will have 1. Polyethylene insulated. 14C.1 Cable Size and Type For I.0 mm2 conductors.I. Colour: Light Blue for I.5 mm2 sized individual conductors. 5TR.2 For I.5 mm2 sized individual conductors.S and Non-I. F2. 23C and 37C will have 2. F3.4. Utilization Cable Type Individual and Collective screened Single / Multipair. 5TR. 1TR. 3. 23C and 37C will have 1. 10PR and 20PR will have 1.3. cable type used are as follows: • 1PR. 3. cable type used are as follows: • 2C.S Fire/Gas Detection Cable (Type F1. 10TR.4 For I. 1TR. 10TR.S solenoid valves and all other Digital Output cables (Type P4A and P5 Fire Resistant and Flame Retardant). A LSZH O.4.S Digital Input cables (Type P4A and P5 -Fire Resistant and Flame Retardant).3. Smoke Emission – 10% or less obscuration after three minutes when tested in accordance with Stanton Redcroft method.S & Grey for Non I. F4 -Fire Resistant and Flame Retardant).S and Non-I. 14C. 10PR and 20PR will have 1.0 2 mm conductors.4.

Utilization Cable Type Overall screened Single pair or Multi-pair. A LSZH O. No Rev No Page : : : 21010-BAE-70000-IN-SP-0028 C0 Page 13 of 28 Ref. polyethylene insulated. Heat Resistance – As per AS1168 (or IEC 60092-3) for conductor temperatures to 85 deg C.S & Grey for Non I. A Oxygen Index > 32% Acidic emission limit to be 150 mg HCL/gm of compound. Smoke Emission – 10% or less obscuration after three minutes when tested in accordance with Stanton Redcroft method.Doc. Smoke Emission – 10% or less obscuration after three minutes when tested in accordance with Stanton Redcroft method. Heat Resistance – As per AS1168 (or IEC 60092-3) for conductor temperatures to 85 deg C. > 32% I2 Flame Retardant Instrument Cable I3 Flame Retardant Instrument signal general process Acidic emission limit to be 150 mg HCL/gm of compound. Polyethylene insulated. Colour: Light Blue for I.I. SWB with FRRT sheathing with drain wires CU/PE/SWB/LSZH (IEC 60332) BS 5308 PART 1 Type 1 /IEC 60332 part 3 Cat.S . Colour: Light Blue for I.S Individual and Collective screened Multitriad.S & Grey for Non I. SWB with FRRT CU/PE/SWB/LSOH (IEC 60332) IEC 60332-3 Cat.

EPR insulated CU/MICA/EPR/LSZH/SWB/LSZH 60331/IEC 60332) IEC 60331 /IEC 60332-3 Cat.Doc. Smoke Emission – 10% or less obscuration after three minutes when tested in accordance with Stanton Redcroft method. Mica tape. EPR insulated CU/MICA/EPR/EVA/SWB/EVA 60331/IEC 60332) IEC 60331 / IEC 60332-3 Cat.S Ref. Mica tape. Colour: Light Blue for I. No Rev No Page : : : 21010-BAE-70000-IN-SP-0028 C0 Page 14 of 28 Ref. A Oxygen Index > 32% (IEC F1 Fire Resistant and Flame Retardant Instrument Cable Acidic emission limit to be 150 mg HCL/gm of compound. Utilization Cable Type Individual and Overall screened Single pair Multi-pair. A Oxygen Index > 32% (IEC F2 Fire Resistant and Flame Retardant Instrument Cable Acidic emission limit to be 150 mg HCL/gm of compound.S & Grey for Non I. Colour : Grey (Non I. Heat Resistance – As per AS1168 (or IEC 60092-3) for conductor temperatures to 85 deg C. Utilization Cable Type Overall screened Single pair or Multi-pair.S) . Smoke Emission – 10% or less obscuration after three minutes when tested in accordance with Stanton Redcroft method. Heat Resistance – As per AS1168 (or IEC 60092-3) for conductor temperatures to 85 deg C.

LSZH Oxygen Index > 32% Fire Resistant and Flame Retardant Cable Acidic emission limit to be 150 mg HCL/gm of compound. Colour : Grey (Non I. EPR insulated CU/MICA/EPR/LSZH/SWB/LSZH 60331/IEC 60332) (IEC IEC 60331 /IEC 60332-3 Cat.S F3 Ref. No Rev No Page : : : 21010-BAE-70000-IN-SP-0028 C0 Page 15 of 28 Ref.S) . Utilization Cable Type Overall screened cable Single-triad or Multi-triad. Smoke Emission – 10% or less obscuration after three minutes when tested in accordance with Stanton Redcroft method. Mica tape. LSOH Oxygen Index > 32% F4 Fire Resistant and Flame Retardant Cable Acidic emission limit to be 150 mg HCL/gm of compound. Colour : Light Blue for I. Mica tape. A. EPR insulated CU/MICA/EPR/EVA/SWB/EVA 60331/IEC 60332) (IEC IEC 60331 / IEC 60332-3 Cat. Heat Resistance – As per AS1168 (or IEC 60092-3) for conductor temperatures to 85 deg C.S & Grey for Non I.Doc. Smoke Emission – 10% or less obscuration after three minutes when tested in accordance with Stanton Redcroft method. A. Utilization Cable Type Individual and Overall screened cable Single-triad and Multi-triad. Heat Resistance – As per AS1168 (or IEC 60092-3) for conductor temperatures to 85 deg C.

Colour : Light Blue for I. (IEC P5 Fire Resistant and Flame Retardant Cable Smoke Emission – 10% or less obscuration after three minutes when tested in accordance with Stanton Redcroft method.S & Grey for Non I. A LSZH O.S Ref. etc) Smoke Emission – 10% or less obscuration after three minutes when tested in accordance with Stanton Redcroft method. No Rev No Page : : : 21010-BAE-70000-IN-SP-0028 C0 Page 16 of 28 Ref. Heat Resistance – As per AS1168 (or IEC 60092-3) for conductor temperatures to 85 deg C. A LSZH O.S & Grey for Non I. > 32% Acidic emission limit to be 150 mg HCL/gm of compound.I. Utilization Cable Type Two core or Multi-core EPR insulated EPR/LSZH/SWB/LSZH (IEC 60332) IEC 60332 part 3.Doc. Cat.I. Colour : Light Blue for I. Cat. IEC 60332 Part 3. Utilization Cable Type Two core or Multi-core EPR insulated CU/MICA/EPR/LSH/SWB/LSZH 60332) IEC 60331. > 32% Acidic emission limit to be 150 mg HCL/gm of compound. Heat Resistance – As per AS1168 (or IEC 60092-3) for conductor temperatures to 85 deg C.S . digital signals. P4A Flame Retardant Cable (Power distribution.

7 strand – tinned minimum.5.5 mm2.Doc. A minimum overlap of 25% is required. Fire-Resistant cables (IEC 60331) shall be provided with mica glass tape Non-hygroscopic fillers shall be used in all cases. 3.5 mm2. . Pairs/triads are screened by copper (or aluminium) backed polyester tape with tinned copper drain wire.9 mm2.5. Screen tape shall be 0. Multi conductor cables shall have each pair or triple clearly identified and permanently identified by means of a printed number on the individual conductors. Pairs/triads are identified by numbered tapes. Screening shall be with full 100% coverage.3 Cabling 250V Instrument Cables: Colour coded cores twisted together and wrapped with polyester tape.Collective screen cable (i) .2 Insulation The insulation shall consist of an extruded layer of Ethylene Propylene Rubber (EPR) and shall comply with the requirements of AS 60092-351. Each pair/triad is wrapped with polyester tape to prevent electrical contact with adjacent pairs/triads.1.5. No Rev No Page : : : 21010-BAE-70000-IN-SP-0028 C0 Page 17 of 28 3. 3.05 mm minimum.Individual pair/triple screened cable 3. tinned annealed copper wire. Conductor insulation shall be of 0.5 CABLE CONSTRUCTION AND MATERIALS The Instrument & Control Cables shall be constructed as follows: 3.4. Minimum conductor size shall be 1.4mm EPR or a thickness as is required for certification for intrinsically safe cable as per AS 1076 Part 4. Copper drain wire shall be 0.4 Symbol Description Insulation R EPR Inner Covering F Halogen-Free Compound Halogen-Free Compound Armouring O Tinned Copper Wire Braid Tinned Copper Wire Braid Outer Sheath U Halogen-Free Elastomer Halogen-Free Elastomer B MGT+ EPR F O U (c) . matched and calibrated to ANSI specification C96.1 Conductor The twisted pair/triad conductors shall be stranded (normally 7 strand) composed of circular. Conductors of thermocouple extension cable shall be of solid alloy wire size 1.

ethylene methyl acetate (EMA) or proven equivalent.6 (b) of IEC 60092-350. The minimum thickness of the inner sheath of multicore cables shall be in accordance with the following: 4. A binder tape shall be applied on the inner covering. coloured ‘’black” and complying with relevant codes. The colour of the outer sheaths for Intrinsically Safe (IS) Cable shall be light Blue. The minimum thickness of the overall sheath of multi-core cables shall be in accordance with the following: 4. 6 & 8 Pairs/triads 10.5.5 Armouring Single wire armour to meet requirements for mechanical protection of the cables shall be manufactured with galvanized mild steel to tolerances stated in relevant codes.20. The outer sheath shall be suitable for continued exposure to direct solar radiation without deterioration or colour change.Doc. 6 & 8 Pairs/triads 10. . The thickness of the sheath shall be according to IEC 60092-354.20. particulary to the use of cable on flameproof duty of Zone 1 atmosphere.24 pairs/triads 1.4 Inner Covering The inner covering shall be an extruded layer of Halogen-Free Compound (HFC).12. The colour of the outer sheaths for Non-Intrinsically Safe Cable shall be Grey. a) Outer Sheath The outer sheath shall be heat.24 pairs/triads 1.65 mm The outer sheath for thermocouple extension cable shall be as per ANSI colour code.6/1kV Control Cables: The required number of cores shall be cabled together with suitable lay length. The coverage density of braid shall not be less than 90% when tested by Clause 10.5. 3. No Rev No Page : : : 21010-BAE-70000-IN-SP-0028 C0 Page 18 of 28 0.27 mm 1. Tapes shall be applied over the armour. A binder tape shall be applied over the cabled cores. flame retardant chlorosulphonated polyethylene (CSP). oil and water resistant.16.14 mm 1.52 mm 3. The sheath shall be an extruded layer of Halogen-Free Elastomer (HFE) and shall comply with the requirements of designation SHF2 of IEC 60092-359.16.12.

Blue Red – Yellow – Blue .2 microF/1000 m 3.6. • Rated Voltage .Black Printed Nos on Black Cores Yellow/Green Green Conductor for thermocouple extension cable shall be colour coded as per relevant ANSI specification. No Rev No Page : : : 21010-BAE-70000-IN-SP-0028 C0 Page 19 of 28 Where fire resistant cable sheaths are requested they shall be given a dedicated colour to make them easily distinguishable from other cables. the individual cores shall be identified as follows: 1 Pair 1 Triad : : White – Black Red – White – Black Pairs/Triads are identified by printed numbers on the insulated conductors. c) Cable Characteristic Capacitance less than And either Inductance less than Or L/R ratio of cable less than 320 microH/ohm 20 mH/1000m 1.Doc. b) Core Identification For 250V Instrument Cables: In general.6/1kV Control Cables: The individual cores shall be identified as follows: 2 – Core 3 – Core 4 – Core 5 – Cores and above Protective Earth Core Protective Inst. Earth Core : : : : : : Red – Black Red – Yellow .1 DESIGNATION / IDENTIFICATION Cables Marking The following information shall be printed or imprinted on the surface of the outside sheath at regular intervals of one (1) meter over the entire length of the cable.6 3. For 0.

6. No Rev No Page : : : 21010-BAE-70000-IN-SP-0028 C0 Page 20 of 28 • Cable Type: Type RFOU Type BFOU • • • • Number of cores and size of conductor Manufacturer’s name Year of Manufacture Length of cables in meter/meter marks Fire resistant cables to IEC 60331 shall further have "IEC 60331" printed or imprinted on the outer sheath at regular intervals of one meter over the entire length of the cable.3 Drum Schedule A drum schedule shall be provided to enable identification of cable drums with reference to cable type and dispatch length.2 Drum Marking Each drum shall have a non-corrodible metal tag firmly attached on each side with the following information: • • • • • • • • • • Drum identification number Name and type of cable Number and size of conductors Length of cable Net and gross weight Manufacturer Year of manufacture Voltage rating Purchase order number Type approval agency and type approval certificate number 3. Each drum shall contain only one length of cable. 3. The drums shall be non-returnable.4 Others There shall be no joints or splices in the whole length on one drum.6.6.Doc. . 3.

The cables test reports shall be submitted for PURCHASER’s approval. The VENDOR shall guarantee that the cables being supplied satisfy and meet the technical requirements of this specification and applicable standards listed in this document. The VENDOR shall guarantee the workmanship and all material used in manufacturing shall be new and free of defects. replace the cables or any part thereof found to be defective due to faulty material. drawings or samples furnished or adopted by PURCHASER and will be of satisfactory quality and free from defects in design. the VENDOR shall extend the benefit of said warranty or guarantee to PURCHASER. coordination of the work for the said Instrument & . fit and sufficient for the purpose intended. liaison with any supplier or subsupplier/manufacturer of specialised items. No Rev No Page : : : 21010-BAE-70000-IN-SP-0028 C0 Page 21 of 28 4. material and workmanship. The VENDOR shall guarantee that the cable dimensions within the tolerances of the applicable standards. liaison with PURCHASER. If the cables are subject to any other warranty or guarantee.1 GUARANTEES CABLE PERFORMANCE VENDOR shall verify the performance of Instrument & Control Cables. the VENDOR shall replace the cables.3 WARRANTY The warranty period for the Instrument & Control Cables is to be 12 months from successful test run or 18 months from delivery. This shall include timely completion. The VENDOR warrants that the cables supplied shall hereunder be new. If manufacturing defects occurs within the guarantee period.2 PERFORMANCE GUARANTEES The cables supplied shall be manufactured to meet the specified service requirements for a minimum period of 15 years under the vessel moored location environmental conditions. The VENDOR shall assume single point of responsibility for all aspect of the work. free of charge to the PURCHASER. 4. If the performance of cables cannot meet the requirements of this specification. 4.Doc. the VENDOR shall make necessary repairs and replace the cables. 4. The VENDOR shall be responsible for the prepayment of all transportation and other costs incurred by the PURCHASER in effecting such replacement at the point of use. workmanship or design or due to any act or omission of the VENDOR and in these circumstances the VENDOR’s warranty shall apply to cables which have been replaced. whichever is earlier. The VENDOR shall. and they will conform to the specifications. with all possible speed and without cost to the PURCHASER.

Where parts of the Instrument & Control Cables are subcontracted and purchased by the VENDOR. these become part of the VENDOR package. No Rev No Page : : : 21010-BAE-70000-IN-SP-0028 C0 Page 22 of 28 Control Cables.Doc. .

by mutual consent before placement of PO. inspection and testing of the cables. it shall be carried out by the VENDOR at his own expense and without delay to the work. Environmental Compatibility and Their Management The VENDOR is held solely and fully responsible for the quality and the environmental compatibility of his supply and services. The VENDOR shall advise the PURCHASER with at least fourteen (14) days notice of the date and location.2 INSPECTION AND TESTS The VENDOR shall prepare an Inspection and Testing Plan (ITP). QUALITY AND ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT. codes and standards. to the contents of this specification. Any manufactured part which does not comply with the requirements or material which shows defects during inspection will be rejected and The VENDOR shall be notified in writing. Inspection by PURCHASER or his representatives shall in no way relieve the VENDOR off any of his responsibilities in ensuring that the equipment meets all the requirements and conforms in full. cable schedules. PURCHASER’s inspector shall have the right to request additional inspection or examinations. as a minimum.Doc. 5. if required.1 5. No Rev No Page : : : 21010-BAE-70000-IN-SP-0028 C0 Page 23 of 28 5. the following points: a) Start of Manufacture b) Key production.1.1. without charge. fabrication. inspection or testing activities (as identified in the ITP) will occur c) The cables ready for final inspection The VENDOR shall give the PURCHASER or his representatives. If any rectification / replacement work is required to be done.2 Conformance to ISO Standards As part of PURCHASER's Quality and Environmental Management programs for this supply. all facilities and access for satisfying himself that the cables are being manufactured in accordance with the relevant data sheets. purchasing of materials. for. The ITP shall be discussed and agreed before placement of any Purchase Order (PO). Inspection and Test Plan shall cover design. INSPECTIONS AND TESTS QUALITY AND ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT REQUIREMENTS Responsibility for Quality. to ensure that the cables .1 5. we expect the VENDOR's Environmental Management System/Program as far as applicable for this supply to conform to the Standard ISO 14001 and his Quality System/Program to conform to the Standard ISO 9001 5. All “HOLD” points during the manufacturing and fabrication program shall be agreed to.

The VENDOR shall submit a detailed ITP for PURCHASER’s approval soon after the order placement. The cable VENDOR shall supply copies of certificates indicating the results of the following type tests. repairs/replacement and subsequent examinations necessary to ensure the satisfactory manufacturing of the cables. These type tests must have been performed at the VENDOR’s plant or by a recognised testing authority for similar design. All testing shall be done using certified test equipment which has been calibrated / checked prior to the test. All testing procedures shall clearly specify method of testing and acceptance criteria. These inspections will be to the PURCHASER’s account. i) Visual inspection for concentricity cable marking etc. ii) Measurement of thickness of insulation. inductance and capacitance vi) Conductor. iii) Conductor examination by inspection and measurement for compliance to IEC 60228 iv) Spark test on conductor insulation and oversheath v) Conductor resistance. No Rev No Page : : : 21010-BAE-70000-IN-SP-0028 C0 Page 24 of 28 comply with the relevant codes and standards. armour/braid etc. Both ends of each wire or cable shall be accessible after it is wound on its reel to allow final testing on the reel. The below mentioned tests shall be performed for each type of cable: Type Tests i) Bending test ii) Flame retardant tests to AS 60332 iii) Fire resistant tests to AS 60331 iv) 24 hour oil immersion test on assembled cables v) Ageing test vi) 4 hour voltage test on completed cables vii) Oxygen Index test viii) Temperature Index test ix) HCL/Acid emission test x) Thermo-electromotive force test for T/C extension cables Quality Assurance Tests These tests shall be performed on each reel of cable before shipping.Doc. armour. drain wire continuity/resistance vii) Insulation resistance . unless such examination reveals defects not previously detected in which case the VENDOR shall bear the full cost of the inspection. sheath. The calibration records shall be furnished to the PURCHASER for review/approval.

6. The cable end shall be watertight sealed to prevent ingress of moisture. . No Rev No Page : : : 21010-BAE-70000-IN-SP-0028 C0 Page 25 of 28 6.1 PRESERVATION AND PROTECTION PRESERVATION AND PROTECTION The cable length shall be properly packed and supplied on individual drums to protect against mechanical damage during transportation.Doc.

7. All documents provided by the VENDOR shall be in English and shall be provided according to the Appendix E1 as a minimum. one Auto CAD compatible file format (.Doc.dwg or . All documents shall be prepared. soft copies in native format and PDF. The filed drawing shall identify the program type/version and be of scale 1:1 and have a structure of layers agreed with PURCHASER.1 DOCUMENTATION AND PROGRESS REPORTING GENERAL The VENDOR shall provide all documents according to the required amount and schedule to PURCHASER's engineer as specified in Appendix E1. 7. For all stage of submission. provided and turned over to PURCHASER as hard copies. progress reporting shall be submitted bi-weekly after award. No Rev No Page : : : 21010-BAE-70000-IN-SP-0028 C0 Page 26 of 28 7.3 COMPLIANCE LIST VENDOR shall submit completely filled Table of Compliance as defined in Appendix E3 along with the proposal.2 PROGRESS REPORTING The contents of Engineering and Fabrication Schedule as well as Progress Reports to be provided by the VENDOR shall be agreed with PURCHASER’s Engineers. as well as on commercial readily available magnetic data carrier (CD or DVD). Engineering data lists/calculations prepared and provided by VENDOR or sent to VENDOR for completion shall be PC based 'MICROSOFT EXCEL”.dxf formats) shall be provided via email or data carrier. Drawings have to be provided as hard copies. Text documents are to be generated with PC based 'MICROSOFT WORD'. . 7. If not specified elsewhere. soft copies in native format and PDF.

containers. in general. One additional copy shall be given to the shipping PURCHASER.g.) requiring any special attention.1 SHIPMENT AND FIELD SERVICES GENERAL To the extent that a shipping release by PURCHASER's technical department in charge has been stipulated. cables shall be delivered Ex-Shipyard. 8. the transportation shall be by VENDOR or its appointed agent to the nominated delivery point at the fabrication yard. The VENDOR shall provide detailed shipping & handling instructions for all shipping units (boxes. . no cables shall be released for packaging and shipment without the said shipping release. should the delivered cables. have to be stored before. Key requirements shall be marked legibly and permanently on the outside of the shipping unit itself.Doc. No Rev No Page : : : 21010-BAE-70000-IN-SP-0028 C0 Page 27 of 28 8. etc. 8. or after dismantling of the packaging. as e.3 STORAGE If required the VENDOR shall provide temporary storage of the cables to comply with the required shipment schedule. lifting restrictions and/or requirement for securing of parts inside the shipping unit after customs checks. marking and material handling instructions. Therefore. the VENDOR shall inform on the required storage conditions to be provided by PURCHASER. 8.2 PACKAGING All parts shall be marked for identification and suitably preserved and packed according to PURCHASER approved packing. after take-over by PURCHASER. In addition.4 TRANSPORTATION AND HANDLING Unless otherwise specified. 8. Such instructions shall be submitted to PURCHASER as part of the installation documentation.

No Rev No Page : : : 21010-BAE-70000-IN-SP-0028 C0 Page 28 of 28 9. APPENDICES Design Criteria (C) Appendix C3 Appendix C6 : : Specific Inspection and Test Requirements Applicable Project Requirements Documentation (E) Appendix E1 Appendix E3 : : VENDOR Document Register List Table of Compliance .Doc.

9. 14. c. 3. e. 6. 15. Component/ Parts Inspection Dimensional Examination 17. No Rev No Page : : : 21010-BAE-70000-IN-SP-0028 C0 Page 29 of 28 APPENDIX C3: SPECIFIC INSPECTION AND TEST REQUIREMENTS INSPECTION AND TESTING PLAN FOR INSTRUMENT & CONTROL CABLES LINE ACTIVITIES VENDOR INSPECTION REVIEW OF DOCUMENT BY PURCHASER 1. 5. Pre-Manufacturing Meeting Review of Approved Documentation QC System Manual Inspection and Test Plan (ITP) Design Calculation Weld Procedures Qualification Welder / Welding Operator Qualification Welding Repair Procedures Welding Inspection Welding Material Verification Joint preparation / Fit Up Visual & Dimensional (Weldments) 10. Functional Test Hydro Static Test Instrument Calibration Tubing Air Leakage Tubing Continuity Test X W X X X X X R R R R WITNESS BY PURCHASER REMARKS . 13. 12. 2. 7. 8. 11. d. Assembly Inspection – Visual/ Dimensional 18. Testing: a. b.Doc. 4. NDE Examinations NDE Procedures NDE Personnel Qualification Records Material Test Report and Certificates Material Verification Mechanical and Special Tests on Materials 16.

19. No Rev No Page : : : 21010-BAE-70000-IN-SP-0028 C0 Page 30 of 28 INSPECTION AND TESTING PLAN FOR INSTRUMENT & CONTROL CABLES LINE ACTIVITIES VENDOR INSPECTION REVIEW OF DOCUMENT BY PURCHASER f. Weight Check Lifting Arrangement Final Inspection Documentation (per VDRL) Preparation for Shipment Release for Shipment X X X X X X R R - W W - . 23. g. 25. Cables Inspection Test Inter-wiring test Test Report/Tests Certificates X X R R WITNESS BY PURCHASER REMARKS Coating Procedure Surface Preparation / Primer Coat Coating Application 21. 20.Doc. 26. 24. 27. h. Vendor Marking/Project Tagging/Nameplates X R - 22.

the VENDOR may proceed with their own inspection. If PURCHASER does not elect to be present. PURCHASER witnessing is not mandatory. All testing. document checks etc. the attendance of PURCHASER and their representatives are mandatory. The VENDOR must notify PURCHASER of the dedicated inspection activity at least fourteen (14) days in advance. inspection. LEGEND: X - Testing and inspection. as applicable.Points) The VENDOR shall not carry out the specified controls and tests without PURCHASER attendance. These tests are applicable for Instrument & Control Cables.(Witness) The VENDOR must notify PURCHASER of the indicated inspection activity at least fourteen (14) days in advance. VENDOR shall advise PURCHASER the type of NDE required to be conducted. R - (Review) The VENDOR has to submit to PURCHASER for comments the documents required prior to the performance of the indicated activity (as per but not limited to Appendix E1. 2.Doc. No Rev No Page : : : 21010-BAE-70000-IN-SP-0028 C0 Page 31 of 28 INSPECTION AND TESTING PLAN FOR INSTRUMENT & CONTROL CABLES LINE ACTIVITIES VENDOR INSPECTION REVIEW OF DOCUMENT BY PURCHASER WITNESS BY PURCHASER REMARKS NOTES: 1. but at PURCHASER’s option. 3. provided controls and tests records are made available to PURCHASER for review. W . VDRL). Relevant documentation and certification shall be provided if welding activities are required on valve construction. H - (Hold . Consequently. transmit or make available for the review of PURCHASER the results of the controls and tests conducted. VENDOR shall perform the tests if Instrument & Control Cables is offered. shall be carried out by the VENDOR’s independent QA/QC Department unless stated otherwise. . document review and report by the VENDOR to the PURCHASER.

21010-BAE-70000-PR-SP-0001 . 1. Environmental and Metocean Data Reference No. No Rev No Appendix : : : 21010-BAE-70000-IN-SP-0028 C0 Appendix C6 APPENDIX C6: APPLICABLE PROJECT REQUIREMENTS The following list of project specifications shall be applicable for the intended scope of work in this specification. No.Doc. Document Description Utility.

07 A.00 INTERFACE INFORMATION Drawings and documents within this class shall comprise all information which may interface with other facilities or PURCHASER. No Rev No Appendix : : : 21010-BAE-70000-IN-SP-0028 C0 Appendix E1 APPENDIX E1: VENDOR DATA REQUIREMENT LIST Bidder / VENDOR shall provide the following documents as a minimum according to the submission schedule.14 A. OF PRINTS REQ’D DATE REQ’D QUANTITY REQUIRED PRINTS ELECT DATE REQ’D SUBMIT FOR REVIEW FINAL DATA SUBMISSION NOTES .18 P&ID INSTRUMENTATION LIST P&ID BILL OF MATERIAL JUNCTION BOX TERMINATION DRAWINGS CABLES SCHEDULE LOGIC DIAGRAMS FUNCTIONAL DESCRIPTION SINGLE LINE DIAGRAMS UTILITY CONSUMPTION LIST EQUIPMENT DATA SHEETS WEIGHT DATA SHEETS INSTRUMENT AND PROCESS DATA SHEETS CAUSE AND EFFECT CHARTS 4 4 WAFO 4 2 2 WPTD Note 5 NO. PRINTS REQ’D A.12 A. A.17 A.04 A.Doc.10 A.13 A. VDRL CODE DOCUMENT TITLE SUBMIT WITH TENDER NO.03 GENERAL ARRANGEMENT DRAWINGS ELECTRICAL/INSTRUMENTATION LAYOUT DRAWINGS A.16 A.08 A.15 A.11 A.01 OUTLINE AND FOUNDATION LOADING DIAGRAMS A.05 A. and are of major importance for platform/facilities design and project schedule.09 A.06 UTILITY FLOW DIAGRAMS PERFORMANCE CURVES PIPING AND INSTRUMENTATION DIAGRAMS (P&ID) A.02 A.

22 INTERFACE BLOCK DIAGRAM THERMAL DESIGN CALCULATION FIELD EQUIPMENT GENERAL ARRANGEMENT DRAWINGS A.30 A. 4 4 4 4 WAFO 4 WAFO 4 2 2 WPTD Note 5 4 4 4 WAFO B.SITE MOUNTED (LIST) A.98 A.00 EQUIPMENT TERMINAL DRAWING PROCESS GUARANTEE STATEMENT TECHNICAL EXCEPTION FORM LIST OF PROPOSED SUB VENDORS VENDOR MASTER DOCUMENT LIST TECHNICAL CATALOGUES DESIGN INFORMATION Drawings and documents within this class shall provide detail design information to allow verification with PURCHASER’s specifications.32 A.20 A.11 FLOW ELEMENT CALCULATIONS SCHEDULE OF ROUTINE MAINTENANCE REQUIREMENT B.Doc.28 A.29 A. PRINTS REQ’D SUBMIT FOR REVIEW FINAL DATA SUBMISSION NOTES NO. OF PRINTS REQ’D DATE REQ’D QUANTITY REQUIRED PRINTS ELECT DATE REQ’D A.10 B. No Rev No Appendix : : : 21010-BAE-70000-IN-SP-0028 C0 Appendix E1 VDRL CODE DOCUMENT TITLE SUBMIT WITH TENDER NO.27 CONTROL PANEL LAYOUT INSTRUMENT/EQUIPMENT .01 B.09 THERMOWELL FREQUENCY ANALYSIS CALCULATIONS B.02 B.24 A.04 ASSEMBLY DRAWINGS CROSS-SECTION DRAWINGS OR VIEWS DETAIL DRAWINGS PARTS LISTS (TECHNICAL SPECIFICATION OF MATERIALS)/SPECIAL TOOLS LIST 4 4 4 WAFO 4 2 2 WPTD Note 5 B.03 B.12 B.13 CONTROL PANEL COMPONENT LIST RELIABILITY/AVAILABILITY CALCULATIONS .08 CONTROL/RELIEF VALVE SIZING CALCULATIONS B.21 A.99 B.

No Rev No Appendix : : : 21010-BAE-70000-IN-SP-0028 C0 Appendix E1 VDRL CODE DOCUMENT TITLE SUBMIT WITH TENDER NO.17 B. OF PRINTS REQ’D DATE REQ’D QUANTITY REQUIRED PRINTS ELECT DATE REQ’D B.21 SPECIFICATION OF PLC PRESSURE VESSEL CALCULATIONS GENERAL STRUCTURAL. DEFLECTION AND STRESS ANALYSIS B.27 B.23 THRUST BEARING LOAD CALCULATIONS AND CURVES B.26 B. PRINTS REQ’D SUBMIT FOR REVIEW FINAL DATA SUBMISSION NOTES NO.14 DESCRIPTION OF THE DISTRIBUTED CONTROL UNITS B.30 B.29 B. MANUFACTURING AND DELIVERY PLAN 4 4 4 WAFO .25 SCHEDULE OF MANUFACTURER'S RECOMMENDED SPARES FOR COMMISSIONING/START-UP AND TWO YEAR'S OPERATION B.93 DESIGN.16 INFORMATION ON INPUT/OUTPUT HARDWARE B.31 WEIGHT CALCULATION BACK-UP SHEET LOOP DRAWINGS SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS INSTRUMENT HOOK-UPS WIRING DIAGRAMS SPARE PARTS LIST AND INTERCHANGEABILITY RECORD B.28 B.20 B.18 OPERATING CONSOLE.19 B.24 CAPACITY CHARTS OF MATERIAL HANDLING EQUIPMENT B.Doc.22 CRITICAL SPEED ANALYSIS AND/OR ROTOR RESPONSE CALCULATIONS B.15 VENDOR INSTRUMENT SYSTEM COMMUNICATION LINKS CHARACTERISTICS B. VDU BASED DETAILED FUNCTIONAL DESIGN SPECIFICATION FOR THE CONTROL SYSTEM B.

Doc.97 B.01 WELDING SPECIFICATION AND WELDING PROCEDURE QUALIFICATION RESULTS (WPS AND WPQR) C. OF PRINTS REQ’D DATE REQ’D QUANTITY REQUIRED PRINTS ELECT DATE REQ’D B.99 CO-ORDINATION PROCEDURE QA QUESTIONNAIRE INSPECTION AND TEST PLAN QUALITY PLAN QA MANUAL (Document title to be given by engineer) Use Notes to refer to or define requirements for contents.06 C.12 C.94 B.96 B.02 C.04 C.00 MANUFACTURING AND TESTING PROCEDURES These documents shall demonstrate to PURCHASER that manufacturing and testing methods are acceptable.14 C.11 C. No Rev No Appendix : : : 21010-BAE-70000-IN-SP-0028 C0 Appendix E1 VDRL CODE DOCUMENT TITLE SUBMIT WITH TENDER NO.95 B.03 WELDING REPAIR PROCEDURES SURFACE CLEANING AND PAINTING PROCEDURES C.98 B.15 BALANCING TEST PROCEDURES OVERSPEED TEST PROCEDURES .13 RADIOGRAPHIC TEST PROCEDURES DYE PENETRANT TEST PROCEDURES MAGNETIC PARTICLE TEST PROCEDURES ULTRASONIC TEST PROCEDURES HEAT TREATMENT PROCEDURE NICKEL PLATING PROCEDURE PITTING CORROSION TEST PROCEDURE MICROSTRUCTURE CHECK PROCEDURE MECHANICAL TEST SAMPLE LOCATION SKETCHES C. Do not change the text in the menu 4 4 4 4 WAFO 4 WAFO 4 WAFO 4 4 2 2 2 WPTD 2 WPTD Note 5 Note 5 C. PRINTS REQ’D SUBMIT FOR REVIEW FINAL DATA SUBMISSION NOTES NO.10 C.05 C. C.09 C.07 C.

00 RECORDS. No Rev No Appendix : : : 21010-BAE-70000-IN-SP-0028 C0 Appendix E1 VDRL CODE DOCUMENT TITLE SUBMIT WITH TENDER NO.99 (Document title to be given by engineer).26 C.24 C.30 C.22 C.17 MECHANICAL RUN TEST PROCEDURES FUNCTIONAL TEST/STRING TEST PROCEDURES C.23 C.04 D. D. OF PRINTS REQ’D DATE REQ’D QUANTITY REQUIRED PRINTS ELECT DATE REQ’D C.05 WELD REPAIR REPORT CASTING WELD REPAIR REPORT WELDER'S QUALIFICATION RECORD SURFACE CLEANING AND PAINTING REPORT . REPORTS AND CERTIFICATE These documents are required in order to demonstrate that material and equipment comply with specifications.18 C. Use Notes to refer to or define requirements for contents.20 PERFORMANCE TEST PROCEDURES INITIAL PRESERVATION AND PREPARATION FOR SHIPMENT/TRANSPORT PROCEDURES 4 4 4 WAFO 4 WAFO C.01 D.27 FLUSHING PROCEDURES NOISE TEST/SURVEY PROCEDURES VIBRATION TEST/SURVEY PROCEDURES HYDROSTATIC TEST PROCEDURES WEIGHING PROCEDURE HOT FORMING AND HEAT TREATMENT PROCEDURE C. Do not change the text in the menu D.16 C.02 D.Doc.98 CONTROL PANEL TEST PROCEDURE VISUAL AND DIMENSIONAL EXAMINATION PROCEDURE C.28 COLD FORMING AND HEAT TREATMENT PROCEDURE C.25 C.21 WELDING CONSUMABLE HANDLING PROCEDURE C. PRINTS REQ’D SUBMIT FOR REVIEW FINAL DATA SUBMISSION NOTES NO.

PRINTS REQ’D SUBMIT FOR REVIEW FINAL DATA SUBMISSION NOTES NO.21 D.27 D.22 D.13 D.23 D.07 D.15 D.28 D.34 MATERIAL (MILL) CERTIFICATES PRODUCTION TEST REPORT MACROTECH TEST REPORT BALANCING TEST REPORTS OVERSPEED TEST REPORTS MECHANICAL RUN TEST REPORTS FUNCTIONAL TEST/STRING TEST/REPORTS PERFORMANCE TEST REPORTS GEAR MESH CONTACT REPORTS SHAFT RUN-OUT TEST REPORTS PRESERVATION REPORTS CERTIFICATE OF COMPLIANCE NOISE TEST/SURVEY REPORTS MANUFACTURER’S DATA REPORT HYDROSTATIC TEST REPORTS VIBRATION TEST CERTIFICATES 4 2 WAT 4 2 2 WPTD Note 5 4 2 WAT 4 2 2 WPTD Note 5 .06 D.12 D. No Rev No Appendix : : : 21010-BAE-70000-IN-SP-0028 C0 Appendix E1 VDRL CODE DOCUMENT TITLE SUBMIT WITH TENDER NO.33 D. OF PRINTS REQ’D DATE REQ’D QUANTITY REQUIRED PRINTS ELECT DATE REQ’D D.19 D.17 RADIOGRAPHIC TEST REPORTS DYE PENETRANT TEST REPORTS MAGNETIC PARTICLE TEST REPORTS ULTRASONIC TEST REPORTS NDE OPERATORS CERTIFICATES HEAT TREATMENT REPORT NICKEL PLATING REPORT MICROSTRUCTURE REPORT PITTING CORROSION REPORT HARDNESS TEST REPORTS CRACK OPENING DISPLACEMENT TEST REPORTS D.25 D.31 D.32 D.Doc.09 D.26 D.16 D.30 D.14 D.20 D.24 D.08 D.18 D.11 D.

AND INSTR.41 D. EQUIPMENT HAZARDOUS AREA CERTIFICATES.36 D.00 OPERATION. Do not change the text in the menu) INSTRUCTION FOR INSTALLATION E. .44 WEIGHING CERTIFICATE CONTROL PANEL TEST REPORT LIFTING GEAR TEST CERTIFICATES NDE REPORTS AND CERTIFICATES.35 CABLE CONTINUITY AND RESISTANCE TEST REPORT 2 WAT 4 2 WPTD Note 5 D. and efficient installation. system and/or plant. SUMMARY LIST D. and shall give personnel at all levels necessary and sufficient information for safe. OF PRINTS REQ’D 4 DATE REQ’D QUANTITY REQUIRED PRINTS ELECT 2 DATE REQ’D D.42 D.97 STATUS REPORT LIST OF CONTENTS FOR AS-BUILT DOCUMENTATION 1 MONTHLY D.37 TUBING LEAK TEST REPORT INSTRUMENTS CALIBRATION REPORTS OR CERTIFICATE D.96 D.99 AS-BUILT DOCUMENTATION (Document title to be given by engineer) Use Notes to define or refer to requirements for contents. D.98 D.38 D.39 D.40 INGRESS PROTECTION CERTIFICATE IMPACT RESISTANCE CERTIFICATE EX.Doc.43 D.95 VISUAL AND DIMENSIONAL EXAMINATION REPORT D. OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE These documents shall comprehensively cover the delivered equipment. correct. No Rev No Appendix : : : 21010-BAE-70000-IN-SP-0028 C0 Appendix E1 VDRL CODE DOCUMENT TITLE SUBMIT WITH TENDER NO. operation and maintenance of the equipment. EL. PRINTS REQ’D SUBMIT FOR REVIEW FINAL DATA SUBMISSION NOTES NO.

07 E. 4. VENDOR shall advise PURCHASER the relevant testing requirement as per material testing requirements. Milestone Firm Order Production Start . Documents required are indicative only.04 INSTRUCTION FOR PRESERVATION DURING TRANSPORT AND STORAGE BEFORE AND AFTER INSTALLATION 4 2 WPTD E.03 INSTRUCTION FOR INSTALLATION (ONSHORE AND OFFSHORE) E. Documents shall be included in the Final Documentation and shall also be delivered together with equipment/material to site. 6. No Rev No Appendix : : : 21010-BAE-70000-IN-SP-0028 C0 Appendix E1 VDRL CODE DOCUMENT TITLE SUBMIT WITH TENDER NO. 3. VENDOR shall advise PURCHASER the relevant testing requirement as per manufacturer standard.02 INSTRUCTION FOR UNPACKING INSPECTION AND STORAGE 4 2 WPTD E.08 E. Abbreviations Used WAFO – Weeks After Firm Order WPTP – Weeks Prior to Production 5. 2.01 INSTRUCTION FOR LIFTING AND TRANSPORT TO FABRICATION YARD AND DURING LOADOUT E.05 E. OF PRINTS REQ’D DATE REQ’D QUANTITY REQUIRED PRINTS ELECT DATE REQ’D E.06 E.Doc. PRINTS REQ’D SUBMIT FOR REVIEW FINAL DATA SUBMISSION NOTES NO.09 INSTRUCTION FOR COMMISSIONING INSTRUCTION FOR OPERATION INSTRUCTION FOR MAINTENANCE LUBRICATION CHARTS USER/OPERATING MANUALS NOTES: 1. Final data submission electronic in CD Rom Maximum size for drawings is A1 (preferred size A3) Documents shall be in A4 size Documents required are indicative only.

Doc. All finalized and approved documents as required in the VDRL must be of clean (without history) original documents or good master print (stamped with “Certified True Copy” and signed by 3rd party) for the purpose of Final Documentation compilation. All electronic files shall be compiled in CD-ROM and shall be properly organized in file directories for easy reference and review. hand-written test reports shall be scanned images in PDF format. VENDOR shall check and verify the completeness of the VDRL proposed and highlight any discrepancy or missing required documents . No Rev No Appendix : : : 21010-BAE-70000-IN-SP-0028 C0 Appendix E1 Test/Process WPTT – Weeks Prior to Test/Process WAT – Weeks After Test/Process Delivery WPTD – Weeks Prior to Delivery WAD – Weeks After Delivery VENDOR DATA REQUIREMENTS The following software will be used for VENDOR information: Drawings in AutoCAD Release 14 or later Spreadsheet in Microsoft Excel latest revision Manual/documents Microsoft Word latest revision Database in Microsoft Access latest revision.g. All other documents e. VENDOR shall provide detail execution plan in his bid proposal for electronic based documentation.

On the other hand if VENDOR has exceptions he shall provide all details per the format below: PARAGRAPH NO. Cost to comply shall be provided in commercial proposal and not in the technical proposal. D. Notes: A. Each page of the form shall be signed and stamped. however the functional requirements can be met in a different way. Alternative Feature does not meet the specification. VENDOR shall prepare A4 format of the above table and shall clearly state his exception if any. VENDOR shall give a full description. If exception is not stated it is interpreted as full compliance. .Doc. B. Cost to Comply VENDOR shall indicate the cost impact of the proposed alternative/exception. EXCEPTION ALTERNATIVE COST TO COMPLY Definition of the column headings is as follows: Exception VENDOR cannot meet the specification. C. No Rev No Appendix : : : 21010-BAE-70000-IN-SP-0028 C0 Appendix E3 APPENDIX E3: TABLE OF COMPLIANCE TABLE OF COMPLIANCE: 1 Item : Date : Project : : Indent Number VENDOR : If VENDOR has no exceptions to this specification he shall specifically state that his bid proposal is in full compliance to the specification.

Doc. If not stated. If exception is not stated it is interpreted as full compliance. D. Variation Feature fully complies with the specification but in a different execution. No Rev No Appendix : : : 21010-BAE-70000-IN-SP-0028 C0 Appendix E3 TABLE OF COMPLIANCE: 2 Item : Date : Project : : Indent Number VENDOR : If VENDOR has no exceptions to this specification he shall specifically state that his bid proposal is in full compliance to the specification. Each page of the form shall be signed and stamped. B. ENHANCEMENT VARIATION COST TO COMPLY Definition of the column headings is as follows: Enhancement Feature fully complies with the specification and offer more functionality. On the other hand if VENDOR has exceptions he shall provide all details per the format below: PARAGRAPH NO. Notes: A. VENDOR shall prepare A4 format of the above table and shall clearly state his exception if any. C. VENDOR shall give full description. Cost to Comply VENDOR shall indicate the cost impact of the proposed enhancement/variation. VENDOR shall give full description. . Cost to comply shall be provided in commercial proposal and not in the technical proposal. it shall be interpreted that the cost has already been included.