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SPM/MBM HOSE PURCHASING

NOVEMBER 1990

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TABLE OF CONTENTS 1. 2. 3. 4. Scope References General Modifications to OCIMF Hose Standards Appendix A Guidelines for Acceptance of New Hose Appendix B In-Plant Inspection Guide Appendix C Instructions for Completing EGE 05-D-1

1. SCOPE This Guide defines the minimum requirements and hose acceptance tests for each length of rubber or elastomer, smooth bore floating and submarine hoses presently available for single point mooring (SPM) and multibuoy mooring (MBM) installations. Also included are a table of criteria for hose acceptance or nonacceptance with guides for allowable repairs (Appendix A), an In-Plant Inspection Guide (Appendix B), and Instructions for Completing EGE 05-D-1 (Appendix C). EGE 05-B-2 and EGE 05-D-2 cover the requirements for ancillary equipment. Minimum requirements and tests for hoses for special offshore facilities (floating storage and North Sea SPMs) shall be tailored to a particular operation in accordance with EGE 05-D-1, as completed for the specified installation. 2. REFERENCES The following publications form a part of this Guide. Unless otherwise specified herein, use the latest edition.
Mobil Engineering Guides EGE 05-D-1 EGE 05-B-2 EGE 05-D-2 Offshore Hose Data Sheet Purchasing SPM/MBM Hose Care and Handling Offshore Hose Data Sheet Care and Handling

BSI (British Standards Institute) Standard BS 1435 Rubber Hose Assemblies for Oil Suction and Discharge Services, 1987

OCIMF (Oil Companies International Marine Forum) Hose Standard Specification for Rubber, Reinforced, Smooth Bore, Oil Suction and Discharge Hoses for Offshore Moorings (Including Purchaser's Inspection Guide), Third Edition, 1978

3. GENERAL 3.1 All hose assembly components, construction, testing, and designs shall conform to OCIMF Specification for Rubber, Reinforced, Smooth Bore, Oil Suction and Discharge Hoses for Offshore Moorings,

MOBIL ENGINEERING GUIDE EGE 05-B-1 1990 except as modified in Section 4 of this Guide. 3.2 The hose manufacturer shall be responsible for guarantee of the design and shall warrant the workmanship of the entire hose assembly. 3.3 Prior to initial hose purchase for a specific location, and to be included with the suppliers bid proposal, a detailed hose drawing(s), including material specifications and building specifications, shall be submitted for each hose type as approved by Mobil Technology Company (MTC), Facilities Group, Princeton, New Jersey. Subsequent replacement hose purchases built from these approved drawings need not be reviewed by MTC. Should suppliers change any portion of the hose design, material specification, or building specification, revised drawings should be submitted to MTC for reapproval. 4. MODIFICATIONS TO OCIMF HOSE STANDARD The following items are amendments to the aforementioned OCIMF specification. The paragraph numbers and other designations are as used in that specification. NOTES TO PURCHASER
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(Substitution)
The detailed hose drawings specified in Paragraph 3.3 of EGE 05-B-1 and in EGE 05-D-1 shall be used as a complete list of items to be specified by the purchaser (owner). PART A: TECHNICAL REQUIREMENTS

Paragraph 2.1 (Addition)


Minimum bursting pressure shall be five times the rated pressure. The manufacturer shall specify the design bursting pressure on EGE 05-D-1 (under "Remarks").

Paragraph 3.4 (Addition)


Allowable temporary elongation for tanker rail hose shall be 4 percent maximum; for first hose off the buoy, 2 percent maximum.

Paragraph 5.0 (Addition)


The manufacturer shall provide a detailed hose drawing developed for the specific site for each type of hose. The drawing shall include but not be limited to the following: (a) (b) (c) (d) (e) (f) Complete dimensional details, including hose assembly cross-section and plan. Material description and manufacturers specification number. Number of plies and each ply thickness. Critical material physical properties. Reinforcing ply angle of application. Flange/nipple details.

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(g) (h)

Reference to OCIMF hose standard. Performance requirements, including: (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) (9) Pressure rating. Minimum burst pressure. Allowable operating pressure range. Allowable aromatic content. Allowable oil temperature range. Allowable ambient temperature range. Allowable minimum bending radius. Allowable flow velocity. Electrically continuous or discontinuous.

(10) Weight in air, empty. (11) Submerged weight, full of seawater (submarine). (12) Reserved buoyancy, full of seawater (floating). (13) Temporary elongation (maximum design).

Paragraph 5.1.1 (Addition)


The materials and construction of hose components shall be as follows: (a) Liner The material for the hose liner shall be oil-resistant synthetic rubber. The surface shall be smooth and free from scores and indentations. The liner shall be finished flush with the nipple, and no flow of the liner inside the nipple shall be acceptable. The manufacturer shall furnish the following data: (1) For composite liner Number of layers and their thickness, whether longitudinal or spiral layers, joint design, size of overlap, and whether beveled or straight joint configuration. (2)

For extruded liner Thickness within hose and nipple area.

(b) Inner Breaker The material for this breaker, which is adjacent to the liner, shall be textile fabric thoroughly impregnated with synthetic rubber and of one-ply construction. For wire-cord reinforced hoses, the breaker shall be strengthened to two plies, starting at a point approximately twice the length of the nipple from the end of the hose. (c) Cord Reinforcing This reinforcing, to be constructed over the inner breaker, shall consist of a minimum of two layers of high-tensile steel wire or several layers of textile cord embedded in synthetic rubber. The manufacturer shall furnish the design pressure computation formula and the experimental backup data used in sizing plies.

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(d) Intermediate Breaker The material for this breaker, which covers the wire-cord reinforcing layer in reinforced hoses, shall be a textile fabric thoroughly impregnated with synthetic rubber and of one-ply construction. The breaker shall be continuous over the nipple.

Outer Breaker The material for this breaker, which covers the helix embedded in synthetic (e) rubber, shall be a textile fabric thoroughly impregnated with synthetic rubber and of two-ply construction. Paragraph 5.2.3 (New Paragraph)
All exposed surfaces of nipples shall be coated with a zinc-rich primer and two coats of high-build epoxy, or their equivalents.

Paragraph 5.3.1 (Addition)


Flange and nipple inside diameters shall match. The external surface of flanges shall be coated with zinc-rich primer and two coats of high-build epoxy, or their equivalents.

Paragraph 6.1.1 (Partial Substitution)


Each hose shall be tested at the pressure rating specified on EGE 05-D-1.

Paragraph 6.2 (Substitution)


All hoses specified in the purchase order shall be subject to the owner's inspection during manufacture. The owner's inspector shall witness the manufacture of hoses and shop tests for each hose. Certificates of all shop tests shall be verified and approved by the inspector. The owner's inspector shall follow the table of criteria for acceptable new hose (Appendix A of this Guide).

Paragraph 8.0 (Substitution)


8.1 The manufacturer shall provide packing in accordance with the following requirements: (a) Hose assemblies shall be wrapped in waterproof paper, hessian, or Mobil-approved equivalent, over their entire length. (b) Flanged ends shall be protected by disks of greater diameter than that of the flange. These disks shall be bolted in two diametrically opposite places. (c) Hoses 16 in. (nominal inside diameter) and larger shall be shipped on steel pallets as agreed upon by Mobil and the manufacturer. Smaller diameter hoses may also be shipped on steel pallets when convenient, but normally shall be protected full length by wooden slatting of sufficient length to extend over the flanges and be nailed to the flange protection disks. The slatting shall be held in position by tensioned steel strapping. (d) (e) Lifting points shall be clearly marked on the packing to show permitted points for handling. Packing shall be sufficiently robust to withstand all handling during transportation.

(f) Reasonable precautions shall be taken to insure that the packing material does not cause permanent deformation in the flotation material of the floating hose assemblies.

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8.2

The manufacturer shall insure that shipping will meet the following requirements: (a) (b) All slatted hose assemblies shall be transported horizontally straight and supported properly. Stacking is permissible if layers are separated and properly supported with adequate blocking.

(c) No heavy objects shall be placed on top of hose assembly packages where damage to packing is possible. 8.3 The manufacturer shall give detailed packing, lifting, storing, and unpacking directions for the particular method of shipment to be used.

Paragraph 12.10 (New Paragraph)


If individual flotation units are to be used, the following shall be the specification: Materials for flotation units shall be polyurethane for the shell and glass microballs or rigid monocellular polyethylene or polyurethane foam for the filling. Flotation units shall be manufactured in two halves, hinged together and bolted with stainless steel fittings, fitted around the hose body, mounted on location collars, and banded with stainless steel bands for additional holding power. PART B: PROTOTYPE HOSE APPROVAL

Paragraph 1.2 (Substitution)


Certified records of prototype tests by an independent inspection service are acceptable.

Paragraph 2.0 (Addition)


The manufacturer shall also furnish a complete set of specifications, including test data, for all hoses being purchased.

Paragraphs 4.4 through 4.7 (Change of Order; Addition)


The order in which tests shall be performed is as follows: (1) (2) (3) (4) Flexibility Hydrostatic Vacuum Burst

The manufacturer shall submit test data for liner fluid compatibility and flotation medium compressibility tests. If available, liner velocity test data should be presented. Test data on the strength of the actual cord shall also be furnished. These data can be derived from simple tests performed when cords are prefabricated in strips.

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APPENDIX A GUIDELINES FOR ACCEPTANCE OF NEW HOSE Defects 1. Liner a) Cracks, cuts, or gouges b) Blisters c) Indentations Reject hose. Reject hose. Minor indentations acceptable, provided indentation has rounded edges, is not deeper than 2.5 mm (0.10 in.), is firm, and has full lining thickness. Acceptable if liner exhibits good molded appearance with no evidence of tearing. Trim or buff spew so that there is no material inside nipple.
LINER

Nonrepairable*

Repairable+

d) Mandrel marks or scores

e) Spew at nipple

NIPPLE

SPEW

f) Clearance between nipple ends and liner

t > 3 mm (0.12 in.). Length of step above or below > 50 percent of circumference.

T < 3 mm (0.12 in.). Length of step above or below < 50 percent of circumference.

2. Flanges and Nipple a) Scratches and gouges: Flange face If sealing surface cannot be repaired to effect full seal capability without reducing strength or increasing corrosion potential. If sealing surface can be repaired.

Other areas

If repairs do not decrease strength of fittings or hose. Recoat as required.

*Reject hose. +Hose acceptable after repairs.

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Defects 3. Hose Body and Cover a) Permanent deformation (kinking or crushing) b) Cracks, cuts, or gouges c) Cover smoothness

Nonrepairable* Reject hose.

Repairable+

Helical wire and/or reinforcement Damage does not extend into layer exposed or damaged. reinforcement layers. Slight unevenness is acceptable, provided changes in contours are not sharp and not over 3 mm (0.12 in.) deep or high at locations of indentations or ridges. Those caused by leaking of tube or rupture of reinforcement. Those caused by expansion of gas vapor of bonding agent or other nonstructural failure. Normally repairable or replaceable.

d) Bulges or blisters

4. Integral Flotation a) Crushing, cracks, cuts, blisters, etc. 5. Hydrostatic Tests a) Temporary elongation b) Permanent elongation c) Leaks or bulges 6. Electrical Continuity Tests a) Continuous hose b) Discontinuous hose 7. Vacuum Tests a) Separation of lining b) Deformation of hose body
*Reject hose. +Hose acceptable after repairs.

Reject hose if total allowable curing period for hose is exceeded. Exceeds allowable, reject hose. Exceeds allowable, reject hose. Reject hose. Lamp test not positive, reject hose. < 25,000 ohms resistance, reject hose. Reject hose. Reject hose.

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APPENDIX B IN-PLANT INSPECTION GUIDE B-1. SCOPE

B-1.1 This Appendix outlines the requirements for in-line and final inspection and testing of hose commonly used in offshore mooring installations at the manufacturing facility. The Appendix shall be used in conjunction with the OCIMF "Purchaser's Inspection Guide SPM Hose," as well as EGE 05-B-1 and the documents referenced therein. B-1.2 The procedures outlined shall be followed by the Mobil-assigned inspector. Any deviations from these procedures shall be approved by Mobil Technology Company (MTC), Princeton, New Jersey, prior to acceptance of the equipment. B-1.3 This document is not intended to replace a manufacturer's quality control and inspection procedures. The fact that Mobil provides inspection shall in no way relieve the manufacturer from his responsibilities in regard to quality control and inspection requirements. B-2. DEFINITIONS

Manufacturer The agent who provides the hose. Mobils Agent The agency responsible for the inspection of the hose. Mobil's agent shall in no way inhibit production and testing of hoses, and these operations should not be delayed pending the attendance of the agent. Aspects of manufacture not considered satisfactory by the agent should be brought to the attention of the manufacturer's quality control personnel by formal note. In-line Inspection Covers the continuous inspection of hose manufacture throughout all stages of fabrication. Mobil's agent shall be provided with or have access to certificates, radiographs, and other pertinent information relating to fittings, materials, and/or components. On request, access to manufacturing processes shall be provided to enable the agent to check work in progress. Final Inspection Consists of all tests that are carried out on a hose upon completion (after removal of the fabrication mandrel). The manufacturer determines when a hose is completely finished and available for final inspection by Mobil's agent. However, no repairs to the hose carcass shall be made after the cure cycle unless agreed to by Mobil's agent. Random Inspection Consists of incremental inspection of some of the phases of manufacture, as desired by Mobil. This may include examination of documentation relating to fittings, adhesion testing, quality control records for the hose(s) in question, and the final tests.

B-3.

GENERAL

B-3.1 At the time of negotiation of the order, Mobil's Purchasing Department shall inform the manufacturer of all inspection requirements and shall name the Engineering-approved inspection agency, if any, that will act as Mobil's agent. In addition, Mobil shall notify the manufacturer of the office space required by the agent at the manufacturing plant. B-3.2 Unless otherwise stated in the purchase order, the inspection of the hoses shall be carried out on a 100 percent in-line manufacturing basis.

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B-3.3 A team of inspectors under a supervisor shall be assigned to cover a particular order. A minimum of one inspector shall be present at the manufacturers plant at all times during the production and testing of the hoses being supplied. B-3.4 The inspectors shall monitor the manufacturers housekeeping and quality control activities during the actual hose fabrication, witness in-line quality control and final acceptance tests, and maintain individual hose manufacturing inspection and test records. B-3.5 The Mobil agent responsible for the inspection of the hoses shall not pass to any third party any information relating to methods of manufacture, repair, quality control procedures, plant capacity, personnel, development projects, testing facilities, and so on. The manufacturer may require Mobils agent, and each individual acting on the Companys behalf, to sign a confidentiality statement agreeing to the above. Agreement on these confidentiality requirements shall be made prior to placement of the order. B-4. MODIFICATIONS TO OCIMF PURCHASER'S INSPECTION GUIDE The following items are amendments to the OCIMF Appendix "B": Purchasers Inspection Guide. The section and paragraph numbers are those used in that Appendix.
SECTION 5.0 FITTINGS

Paragraph 5.1.1 (Substitution)


The flange is the type specified on EGE 05-D-1 and has an ANSI Class 150 rating unless otherwise specified.
SECTION 6.0 INSPECTION PROCEDURES

Paragraph 6.3 (Substitution)


Repairs to hoses shall be allowed in accordance with Appendix A of EGE 05-B-1. All repairs to hoses shall be brought to the attention of the inspector before being implemented. Repairs are allowed only on the hose carcass above the outermost helical wire, or hose reinforcement ply, according to the approved and tested procedures.
SECTION 9.0 TEST CERTIFICATES (Substitution)

The manufacturer shall provide an Inspection and Test Certificate (Appendix "C" of the OCIMF Hose Standard) for each hose. This certificate shall include all relevant details of the hose in regard to its compliance with the OCIMF Hose Standard (see REFERENCES) and as modified by EGE 05-B-1. References shall be given to all documents related to the hose, such as the fittings, certification, radiographs, and laboratory reports. The manufacturer shall be responsible for filing and maintaining all records and reports for future reference and inspection by Mobil or the Mobil-designated representative. Copies of these documents shall be provided to Mobil on request.

Paragraph 9.1 (Substitution)


Upon satisfactory completion of all tests and repairs (if required) and proper entry on the Inspection and Test Certificate, the certificate shall be duly signed by the authorized manufacturer and Mobil representative.

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Paragraph 9.2 (Substitution)


In the event of failures on test, rejections that are disputed by the manufacturer, or any subject that requires Mobil involvement, the inspector shall advise the Facilities Group of MTC, Princeton, New Jersey.

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APPENDIX C INSTRUCTIONS FOR COMPLETING EGE 05-D-1 C-1. GENERAL When completion by the purchaser is specified, it shall mean Mobil or an authorized agent, such as the engineering contractor. When completion by the manufacturer is specified, it shall mean the manufacturer or the designer (when the actual hose manufacturer is not the designer). C-2. SPECIFIC CONDITIONS AND DESIGN CRITERIA These sections are to be completed by the purchaser. Information may be obtained from the project specifications for the SPM system for each installation. Lines 1 to 4: Line 5: Line 6: Lines 7 to 15: Lines 16 to 23: Lines 24 to 42: Line 43: Lines are self-explanatory. Location of pipeline end manifold (PLEM) to be indicated as distance from enter of buoy. Indicate Chinese Lantern, Lazy-S, or description of other configuration. Indicate the number of floating hose strings. Complete information for minimum and maximum size of tankers the buoy is expected to service. Give projected conditions under which the buoy is expected to operate. Obtain information from buoy system design specifications. List any additional factors that may affect selection of hoses.

C-3. HOSE DESIGN UNDERBUOY (UNDERWATER) AND FLOATING HOSES Lines 44 and 52: To be completed by the manufacturer or purchaser. If underbuoy hose configuration is to be specified by Mobil, the number of hose strings shall be specified here also (for example: Chinese Lantern 2; Lazy-S 1). To be completed by the manufacturer. Lines are self-explanatory. To be completed by the manufacturer. Include bead floats, buoyancy tanks, integral flotation, how connected to strings. To be completed by the manufacturer. Include type of reinforcement and the size and number of helices. To be completed by the manufacturer. Include color of hoses and identifying stripes or marks. To be completed by the purchaser. Specify electrically discontinuous or continuous for each type of hose indicated on lines 48, 49, 60, 63.

Lines 45, 46, 53, and 58: Lines 47 and 59: Lines 48 and 49, 60 to 63: Lines 50 and 64: Lines 51 and 65:

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C-4. HOSE DESIGN NIPPLES AND FLANGES This section to be completed by the purchaser or manufacturer. Lines 66 and 67: Lines 68 and 69: Designate material specification, wall thickness, and length for all types of hose. Designate ANSI rating; face type, material, and finish; whether weld-neck or slip-on type.

C-5. ADDITIONAL INFORMATION Line 70: Line 71: Lines 72, 74 & 75: Line 73: Line 76: Line 77: Line 78: The purchaser shall specify those hoses with special reinforced ends. The manufacturer shall specify total cure time for each type of hose. Lines are self-explanatory. The manufacturer shall specify rate of pressurization during cyclic loading portion of hydrostatic testing. The manufacturer shall provide packing details. The manufacturer shall provide hose drawings. List any additional pertinent information.

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NOTE:

The party to complete the information is as follows: Purchaser

Manufacturer

Either Purchaser or Manufacturer

APPLICABLE DOCUMENTS: SPM/MBM Hose-Purchasing (EGE 05-B-1) Rubber Hose Assemblies for OS&D Services (BS 14351987) Specification for Rubber, Reinforced, Smooth Bore, OS&D Hoses for Offshore Moorings (OCIMF Hose Standard, 1978)

SPECIFIC CONDITIONS INSTALLATION 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Location SPM/MBM Type SPM/MBM Depth, m (ft) Buoy Hull Size (Dia), m (ft) Underbuoy Hose Configuration Floating Hose System

Location of PLEM

SPECIFIC CONDITIONS TANKER 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. Size, DWT Overall Length, m (ft) Beam, m (ft) Molded Depth, m (ft) Draft Fully Laden, m (ft) Draft Ballasted, m (ft) Distance Between Bow & Hose Manifold, m (ft) Distance Between Rail & Hose Manifold, m (ft) Derrick Capacity, tonnes (bbl)

Minimum

Maximum

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SPECIFIC CONDITIONS OPERATION 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. Annual Throughput, tonnes (bbl) Number of Ships Pressure Rating, Including Surge Pressure, kPa gage (psig) Operating Pressure, kPa gage (psig) Pressure, kPa gage (psig): Min. Operating Max. Flow Velocity, m/s (ft/s) Operating Temperature, C (F) Product & Aromatic Content, % Frequency of Use (Times/Month)

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When Buoy Not in Use

SPECIFIC CONDITIONS ENVIRONMENTAL 24. 25. 26. 27. 28. 29. 30. 31. 32. 33. 34. Average Wind, km/h (mph) Average Wave Height, m (ft) Average Current, m/s (ft/s) Max. Current Observed, M/s (ft/s) Max. Wind Observed, km/h (mph) Max. Wave Height Observed, m (ft) Wave Period, sec: Average Wave Height Air Temperature Minimum, C (F) Air Temperature Maximum, C (F) Water Temperature Minimum, C (F) Water Temperature Maximum, C (F)

Max. Wave Height

MAXIMUM DESIGN CRITERIA 35. 36. 37. 38. 39. 40. 41. 42. Wind, km/h (mph) Wave Height, m (ft) Current, m/s (ft/s) Swell Height, m (ft) Tide, m (ft) Buoy Lateral Excursion, m (ft) Buoy Vertical Excursion, m (ft) Max. Twist of Buoy, degrees

Wave Period, sec Swell Period, sec

43. REMARKS:

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HOSE DESIGN UNDERBUOY (UNDERWATER) HOSES 44. Number of Strings 45. Hose (Each String): Number 46. Hose Body Materials 47. Buoyancy System Type & Materials 48. Reinforcing First Hose Under Buoy & PLEM Hose 49. 50. Cover: Color 51. Electrical Continuity Intermediate Hoses Material

G G G G G G F

Size, in. ID*

Total Length, m (ft)

HOSE DESIGN FLOATING HOSES 52. Number of Strings 53. Hose (Each String): Total Length, m (ft) 54. First Hose Off the Buoy: Number 55. Main Line Hose: 56. Tail Hose: 57. Over-the-Rail Hose: 58. Hose Body Materials 59. Flotation System Type and Materials 60. Reinforcing First Hose Off the Buoy 61. 62. 63. 64. Cover: Color 65. Electrical Continuity Main Line Hose Tail Hose Over-the-Rail Hose Material Number Number Number Size, in. ID* Size, in. ID* Size, in. ID* Size, in. ID* Length (Ea Hose), m (ft) Length (Ea Hose), m (ft) Length (Ea Hose), m (ft) Length (Ea Hose), m (ft)

G G G G G G G G G G G G F

HOSE DESIGN NIPPLES & FLANGES 66. Nipples Underbuoy Hose 67. 69. Floating Hose Floating Hose 68. Flanges Underbuoy Hose

70. Hoses with Special Reinforced Ends: (10.1 & 10.2) 71. Hose Repair Cures: [5.1.8(c)] 72. Flange/Nipple Weld: 100% Radiographed Unless Indicated Otherwise Here: 73. Hydrostatic Test Pressurizing Rate: [6.1.1.1(b)] 74. Kerosine Test: Not Required Unless Specified Here: 75. Purchaser Inspection: Full Time 76. Packing: (8.0) 77. Hose Design Details: Material and Dimension Details Shall Be Shown on Manufacturer's Drawings. 78. REMARKS: ; Part Time

* Nominal inside diameter. May consist of several hoses of different styles. If more than one style is used, list all hoses under REMARKS. Refers to paragraph numbers in OCIMF Hose Standard.