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Order No. Requisition for Vapour Recovery Unit 73256 This requisition covers the minimum technical requirements for
Order No.
Requisition for Vapour Recovery Unit
73256
This requisition covers the minimum technical requirements for the design, fabrication, assembly,
inspection and vendor documents for the above named equipment, in accordance with the
documents listed below.
Quant.
Name of document
Document no.
Rev.
Date
Technical Specification for Vapour Recovery Unit
VRU facility site layout plan
Process & Instruments Diagram
Specification for Structural Steel Design and Fabrication
Project Specification for Mechanical Equipment
Specification for Pipes
Specification for Valves
Specification Electrical Requirements for Package Units
Instrumentation specification for package units
General Paint Specification for Surface Preparation and Coating
Required Documents for Vapour Recovery Unit
Appendix 1 – Crude oil physical properties
Appendix 2 – Crude oil physical properties
Appendix 3 – Figure of Vapour Recovery Unit Working Profiles
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Quotation request
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client:
project:
title:
SC "Klaipėdos Nafta"
Crude oil vapour utilization from railway estacada
Requisition for Vapour Recovery Unit
office: Kaunas
order: 73256
document: 2499013
rev.: C
sheet: 1
of: 1
 

Technical Specification for Vapour Recovery Unit

 
 

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client:

SC "Klaipėdos Nafta"

project: Crude oil vapour utilization from railway estacada

project:

Crude oil vapour utilization from railway estacada

 

title:

Technical Specification for Vapour Recovery Unit

 

office: Kaunas

 

Order: 73256

document: 2489002

rev.: D

sheet: 1

of: 22

 

Table of contents

 

page

  • 1 Introduction

3

  • 2 Scope of supply

 

3

  • 2.1 Vendor's responsibility

3

  • 2.2 Battery limits

4

  • 2.3 Exclusions

4

  • 2.4 Spare parts and special tools

 

4

  • 2.5 Warranty time

4

  • 3 Vapour profile

4

  • 3.1 Train gasoline unloading

4

  • 3.2 Train Crude loading

5

  • 3.3 Design case

5

  • 3.4 Vapor recovery operating profiles

 

5

  • 4 Design and material requirements

6

  • 4.1 General

6

  • 4.2 Technical

6

  • 4.3 The vendor scope of project-related services is as follows:

 

9

  • 4.4 VRU Equipment Supply Specification

 

9

  • 4.5 Specific Specifications

 

9

The vendor shall identify the specifics of each of the above in offer, as follows:

 

9

  • 4.6 Spare Parts

15

  • 4.7 Special Tools And Tackles

 

15

  • 4.8 Instrumentation

15

  • 4.9 Control system

18

  • 4.10 Software

18

  • 4.11 PERFORMANCE GUARANTEE

 

20

  • 4.12 Warranty

21

  • 4.13 Painting

21

  • 4.14 Materials

21

  • 4.15 Utility consumptions

 

21

  • 5 Codes and standards

21

  • 6 Inspection, factory testing

and shipment

22

  • 6.1 Inspection

22

  • 6.2 Factory testing

 

22

  • 6.3 Shipment

22

  • 7 Erection, start-up, training of operators and acceptance

 

22

  • 8 Quality assurance

 

22

  • 9 Vendor documents required

22

 

client:

SC "Klaipėdos Nafta"

 
project: Crude oil vapour utilization from railway estacada

project:

Crude oil vapour utilization from railway estacada

 

title:

Technical Specification for Vapour Recovery Unit

 

office: Lithuania

Order: 73256

document: 2489002

rev.:

D

sheet: 2

of: 22

  • 1 Introduction

 
 

SC “Klaipėdos Nafta” intends to install hydrocarbon Vapor Recovery Unit (VRU) in order to recover VOC (Volatile Organic Compounds) during train loading / unloading operations with crude and refined products: gasoline, diesel, fuel oil.

  • 2 Scope of supply

 
 

This specification covers the minimum requirements for the design, assembly, testing, supply and documentation.

The selected vendor will undertake procurement of VRU component raw materials, fabrication in accordance with the most current standards, inspection at works, assembly, pre-testing at works, painting, functional testing of the PLC (800xA system) operating and integrated in to existing 800XA system and all annunciation and operational software, supervision of erection, commissioning, start-up and training of client’s personnel to operate the Vapor Recovery Unit.

The vendor shall provide a Performance Test of complete Vapor Recovery Unit (VRU) at site. This test shall be conducted in accordance with standard practices and shall prove the function of the VRU consistent with the emissions specifications, data sheets, local standards, all drawings, and shall be consistent with the client’s original emissions and performance requirements.

The Vendor shall suggest and offer a proven package for Vapor Recovery Unit. Vendor’s scope shall include all equipment, items, piping, structures, electrical, Instrumentation and controls etc. as required according to the proposed scheme, within the system battery limit. Vendor shall furnish complete details of their supply in the bid.

2.1

Vendor's responsibility

 

It is the responsibility of the Vendor to complete the scope of supply and to furnish a complete, reliable and safe system including all materials, services and documents, except those specifically indicated in chapter "Exclusions".

The VRU supplied shall be supplied as a complete system, including all required auxiliary equipment, skidded and assembled where possible, and suitable efficient and satisfactory operation and maintenance as a whole for the purpose intended. In order to provide for normal maintenance, all components and subcomponents shall be designed and installed in such a manner as they are removable/replaceable without the disassembly or removal of other adjacent components. Vendor shall be responsible for furnishing all documentation, operating and maintenance manuals (in Lithuanian and English languages), mechanical, electrical, instrumentation, structural supports, piping, wiring, pressure vessels, software, controls, PC/PLC operational manuals, VRU training materials/presentation, and other interconnecting and safety items as may be required to make the system complete.

Part of the scope is support from Vendor specialist during VRU installation, commissioning, start-up and training of operating personal.

All materials

supplied under this

specification shall be

new, shall

be

provided with a

performance guarantee and all OEM warranties, and shall be adequate for the proposed service per this specification. Proper consideration shall be given to their function with regard

 

client:

SC "Klaipėdos Nafta"

project: Crude oil vapour utilization from railway estacada

project:

Crude oil vapour utilization from railway estacada

 

title:

Technical Specification for Vapour Recovery Unit

 

office: Lithuania

Order: 73256

document: 2489002

rev.:

D

sheet: 3

of: 22

to corrosion, chemical and other processes, fire hazards, and erosion due to the design and/or the
to corrosion, chemical and other processes, fire hazards, and erosion due to the design and/or
the medium being handled.
2.2
Battery limits
The battery limits for the VRU are the connecting flanges and electrical cable connections.
The Vendor shall submit with his quotation assembly drawings showing all Purchasers’
connections with detailed information.
2.3
Exclusions
-
foundations (civil works);
-
main power supply;
-
compressed air supply;
-
steam supply;
2.4
Spare parts and special tools
The Vendor shall separately quote for all the necessary spare parts for 2 (two) year operation,
commissioning and special tools required. Also should be included all necessary materials
and tools for VRU start-up operation.
2.5
Warranty time
The delivery should be covered by warranty in a period of 24 months after start-up of the unit
or 30 months after delivery on site.
3
Vapour profile
Products: Crude, Gasoline, Diesel, Heavy fuel oil, etc.
Crude
oil
physical properties shown on appendix 1
and
appendix 2, included with this
requisition.
3.1
Train gasoline unloading
The vapour will be produced during filling the empty unloading headers and buffer vessels with
product from railcars. The pipes and will contain some product from previous load, so vapour
concentration can be high from the
beginning to the
end
of
the process. The duration of
process will be about 10 minutes at capacity of 1700 m 3 /hour with concentration of up to 60%.
Gasoline data:
Standard:
EN 228:2009
client:
project:
title:
SC "Klaipėdos Nafta"
Crude oil vapour utilization from railway estacada
Technical Specification for Vapour Recovery Unit
office: Lithuania
Order: 73256
document: 2489002
rev.:
D
sheet: 4
of: 22
3.2 Train Crude loading The railcars will contain some product from previous cargo. The railcars will
3.2
Train Crude loading
The railcars will contain some product from previous cargo. The railcars will be loaded by
means of bottom loading arms. The start concentration is estimated to be ~15% with loading
capacity of 1800 m 3 /hour and will grow to 60% at the end of loading operation, however the
capacity at the end of loading will be reduced to 900 m 3 /hour.
Crude data:
Type:
RVP:
Sulphur:
Venezuela Santa Barbara
7,70 psi @ 100 0 F
up to 1,00 % mass
3.3
Design case
Table of VRU unit vapour capacities:
Units
Gasoline
Crude
Total
unloading
loading
simultaneous
Maximum
instantaneous vapour flow
m 3
/h
1700
1800
3000
Maximum 3 minute vapour capacity
from beginning loading/unloading
Maximum 10 minute vapour capacity
from beginning loading/unloading
3
m
15
90
3
m
152
300
Maximum hour vapour capacity m 3
1800
3
Maximum 4 hour vapour capacity
Maximum daily vapour capacity
Nominal yearly vapour capacity
m
300
1800
2100
3
m
9000
3
m
2 000 000
2 000 000
Maximum vapour flow: 3000 m 3 /hour.
Maximum design vapour concentration: 55 vol%.
Minimum vapour pressure at inlet point: 20 mbar.
Maximum vapour pressure at inlet point: 80 mbar.
3.4
Vapor recovery operating profiles
Vapor recovery unit working profiles figure shown on appendix 3, included with this requisition.
client:
project:
title:
SC "Klaipėdos Nafta"
Crude oil vapour utilization from railway estacada
Technical Specification for Vapour Recovery Unit
office: Lithuania
Order: 73256
document: 2489002
rev.:
D
sheet: 5
of: 22
4 Design and material requirements 4.1 General Availability unit: > 98% on annual basis. Minimum lifetime:
4
Design and material requirements
4.1
General
Availability unit: > 98% on annual basis.
Minimum lifetime: 20 years.
Minimum lifetime of carbon bed: 5 years.
The unit is operated intermittently and located outside near the sea.
4.2
Technical
Table of VRU unit main components, utilities and limits:
Adsorber vessel
Number installed
pc
2 Carbon bed adsorber vessels with
adsorbents
proven
not
to
overheat.
vessels suitable for full vacuum;
Filled with activated virgin mineral
carbon pellets
YES
Absorber column
Number installed (for gasoline and
for crude)
pc
1 with engineered hydraulic inlet
absorbent distributor, demister
guaranteed to prevent absorbent
carryover, concentrically enlarged
sump designed to prevent overfill,
and complete with sump level
transmitter and dedicated HH and
LL shutdowns level devices.
Vacuum system
Pump type
Number of pumps
Electric motor with freq. controller
*
LIQUID RING or SCREW TYPE
pc.
*
YES
Absorbent pumps
Crude supply pump
YES
Loose supply.
Tag: P-4/4-4002
Pressure drop in piping 1 bar
Return pumps:
Gasoline
YES
Tag: P-4/4-4003
Pressure drop in piping 8 bar
Crude
YES
Tag: P-4/4-4004
Pressure drop in piping 8 bar
Electric motor with freq. controller
YES
* Vendor to confirm / complete
client:
project:
title:
SC "Klaipėdos Nafta"
Crude oil vapour utilization from railway estacada
Technical Specification for Vapour Recovery Unit
office: Lithuania
Order: 73256
document: 2489002
rev.:
D
sheet: 6
of: 22
Piping Vapor collection piping YES ANSI B-31.3 and 16.5 Battery limit of VRU system shall have
Piping
Vapor collection piping
YES
ANSI B-31.3 and 16.5
Battery limit of VRU system shall
have flanged connection with
isolation valves to match with the
outside B/L piping.
Blower
Blower with electric motor drive
YES
to move hydrocarbon vapors from
the source to the VRU.
Electric motor with freq. controller
YES
Other equipment
In-line filter at VRU vapour inlet
YES
Mesh size of filter elements: 10µm;
2 pcs connected parrarel or duplex
contruction
Bidirectional Inlet Detonation
Arrestor
Continuous emission analyzer
YES
YES
Integrated in to the existing ABB
control system 800xA
One (1) lot of specialty instruments,
valves, and controls
YES
One industrial PLC (800xA system)
One (1) automation hardware
system (800xA system)
YES
YES
One
(1)
automation
software
YES
system (800xA system)
Ground
Level
Concentration
YES
analyzer
Inlet
analyzer, temperature
YES
transmitter, and flow meter for the
with SIL rating of 1 or higher
Integrated in to the existing ABB
control system 800xA
Integrated in to the existing ABB
control system 800xA
Suitable for the ambient conditions
specified
Integrated in to the existing ABB
control system 800xA
inlet vapor
Automated valves
Pneumatically
preferable
actuated
Pressure control valves at VRU
inlet:
Gasoline
Crude
Special tools and tackles for
operation and maintenance
Consumable spares for 12 months
operation
Commissioning spares for the
Vapor Recovery Unit.
YES
YES
max. pressure 10 bar
max. pressure 10 bar
YES
YES
YES
client:
project:
title:
SC "Klaipėdos Nafta"
Crude oil vapour utilization from railway estacada
Technical Specification for Vapour Recovery Unit
office: Lithuania
Order: 73256
document: 2489002
rev.:
D
sheet: 7
of: 22
Vendor shall ensure First fill of lubricants, oil, grease etc. Absorber cleaning with steam YES YES
Vendor shall ensure
First fill of lubricants, oil, grease etc.
Absorber cleaning with steam
YES
YES
(180 o C,
10
bar),
1”
steam
inlet
flange
Any additional item or feature
YES
required during detail engineering
for the completeness and trouble-
free performance of the system
shall be deemed to
be included in
the Vendor’s scope without any cost
and
time implication to owner, as
long as the system performance
requirements
within
the
battery
limits of the system are kept
unchanged.
Vapour
Maximum vapour flow
Minimum vapour pressure at VRU
inlet
Max. design vapour concentration
m 3 /h
3000
see loading/ unloading schedule
mbar
20
at max. flow rate
(g)
vol %
55
Emissions and limits
VOC:
Gasoline
Crude
Noise level
Hazardous zone classification
Gas group
Temperature rating
Dimensions **
mg/m 3
150
for any one hour, excluding C 1
g/m 3
10
dB(A)
<85
for any one hour, excluding C 1
at 1 meter distance of VRU unit
I
IIB
T3
m 25 x 10,2
L x W
Available utilities
Electrical power
V 400
3ph. 50 Hz
Instrument
air
bar (g)
3,5 - 8
Steam (for absorber cleaning)
deg. C
185
bar
10
** Estimated place, dimensions, VRU facility site layout plan, DWG. No. 1162001
Diagram of vapour and absorbers flows to VRU unit see in Process & Instruments Diagram,
DWG. No. 3143408, included in the Requisition.
client:
project:
title:
SC "Klaipėdos Nafta"
Crude oil vapour utilization from railway estacada
Technical Specification for Vapour Recovery Unit
office: Lithuania
Order: 73256
document: 2489002
rev.:
D
sheet: 8
of: 22
  • 4.3 The vendor scope of project-related services is as follows:

 

o Process design engineering o Detailed mechanical and electrical design engineering o Documentation for all design engineering and components o Procurement of equipment and materials o Preparation and submission of all drawings and specification sheets for approval by purchaser o Surface preparation, protective coating, and painting as per attached painting specifications o Inspection and testing o Transport to site o Supervision of erection o Commissioning of Vapor Recovery Unit o Start-up of the VRU under normal terminal conditions o Performance test of the complete system at site o Training for clients’ operating personnel provided at site following commissioning and start-up. o One full day of classroom and one full day of on-site training for owner’s operating personnel including PLC and VRU control system functions.

 
  • 4.4 VRU Equipment Supply Specification

 
 

The process description is an “automated, self-managing, short cycle, AdAb, activated carbon based, hydrocarbon vapor recovery system”. All pressure vessels shall be designed in strict accordance with the PED and Machine Directive 89/329/EEG of the European Community which has been amended by directives 91/363/EEG, 94/44/EEG, and 93/68/EEG. All nozzles 1” and larger shall be ANSI 150 RF flanges consistent with ANSI standards. All nozzles smaller than 1” shall be full couplings rated at 3000# or greater, or the equivalent Threadolet/Weldolet.

  • 4.5 Specific Specifications

 

The vendor shall identify the specifics of each of the above in offer, as follows:

Designed Carbon Vessels:

 
 

The carbon vessels shall be designed and fabricated in accord with PED. The civil engineering shall include the bed support and leg beams. The bed support shall be 1” X 3” bar grate suitable to comply with the dead weight of wet carbon. The carbon shall be supported above the bar grate on two layers of replaceable stainless steel mesh. Each carbon vessel shall have at least three 6” carbon fill nozzles in the top head, one ANSI flanged relief valve connection for an included fire-rated relief valve, one 24” manway above and near the bottom head seam with a blind and davit, three temperature indicator connections, and appropriately sized ANSI flanged inlet and outlet. Flow diffusers shall cover both the inlet and outlet openings.

Number to be supplied 2 (two) Diameter _________ Seam-to-seam shell height _________ Head type _____________ Design working pressure ____________ Designed for full vacuum (Yes/No) _____________ MAWP ______________ Shell: grade of steel ____________ Thickness w/o corrosion allowance _________ Corrosion allowance _____________ Heads: grade of steel ____________ Thickness w/o corrosion allowance _________

 
 

client:

SC "Klaipėdos Nafta"

project: Crude oil vapour utilization from railway estacada

project:

Crude oil vapour utilization from railway estacada

 

title:

Technical Specification for Vapour Recovery Unit

 

office: Lithuania

Order: 73256

document: 2489002

rev.:

D

sheet: 9

of: 22

Corrosion allowance 3 mm Base type (Skirt/Legs) ______________ Foundation contact area/load __________ / _____________ Total number
Corrosion allowance 3 mm
Base type (Skirt/Legs) ______________
Foundation contact area/load
__________
/
_____________
Total number of vessel fittings ________________
Service designation and size ___________
Service designation and size ___________
Service designation and size ___________
Service designation and size ___________
Service designation and size ___________
Service designation and size ___________
Service designation and size ___________
Service designation and size ___________
Carbon supplier/manufacturer/processor ______________
Carbon brand name ________________
Base carbon material (Wood, Coal, Other) ____________
Carbon particle size
_____
X ________
Carbon density ___________
Total weight of carbon to be supplied for this project ______________
Absorber Vessel:
The absorber vessel shall be designed with accordance to PED and at least 90% contact
efficiency. This vessel may be a single piece or two piece vessels. If it is a two-piece vessel,
the two pieces shall be joined by an ANSI RF flange. The Absorber section shall have an
engineered inlet absorbent distributor designed to provide uniform distribution of the sorbent
liquid. It shall be a randomly packed column which shall be designed with a minimum of four
(4) theoretical trays. This section shall include a removable demister, a RF flanged relief
valve connection sized for the fire case and included, a rich-vapor ANSI flanged outlet
nozzle extended into the vessel and up to very near the top of the inside, and a bar grate
and screen support for the IMPT or equal random packing. The absorber sump section shall
be tall enough to provide for adequate NPSH for the absorbent return pump. It shall have
level control and hi/lo shutdown connection, a pressure gauge connection, a coolant
gasoline return ANSI flanged connection, a bottom drain, an anti-vortex ANSI RF flanged
pump suction connection near the bottom, and an ANSI RF flanged vapor inlet. Facility for
absorber column and related piping cleaning by steam (185 o C, 10 bar) should be included
by providing an appropriate steam inlet and outlet. The steaming is required when changing
absorber from crude to gasoline.
Number to be supplied 1 (one)
Absorber Section
Diameter _________
Seam-to-seam shell height _________
Head type _____________
Design working pressure ____________
Designed for full vacuum (Yes/No) _____________
MAWP ______________
Shell: grade of steel ____________
Thickness w/o corrosion allowance _________
Corrosion allowance _____________
Heads: grade of steel ____________
Thickness w/o corrosion allowance _________
Corrosion allowance _____________
Demister type __________________
Diameter ___________
Depth __________
Material of construction _________
Relief valve size
X
Type ______________
client:
project:
title:
SC "Klaipėdos Nafta"
Crude oil vapour utilization from railway estacada
Technical Specification for Vapour Recovery Unit
office: Lithuania
Order: 73256
document: 2489002
rev.:
D
sheet: 10
of: 22
Manufacturer ________________ Sump Section Diameter _________ Seam-to-seam shell height _________ Head type _____________ Design working pressure
Manufacturer ________________
Sump Section
Diameter _________
Seam-to-seam shell height _________
Head type _____________
Design working pressure ____________
Designed for full vacuum (Yes/No) _____________
MAWP ______________
Shell: grade of steel ____________
Thickness w/o corrosion allowance _________
Corrosion allowance 3 mm
Heads: grade of steel ____________
Thickness w/o corrosion allowance _________
Corrosion allowance _____________
Base type (Skirt/Legs) ______________
Foundation contact area/load
__________
_____________
Total weight of vessel dry ______________
Total weight of vessel wet ______________
Total weight of vessel flooded ___________
Total number of vessel fittings ________________
Service designation and size ___________
Service designation and size ___________
Service designation and size ___________
Service designation and size ___________
Service designation and size ___________
Service designation and size ___________
Service designation and size ___________
Service designation and size ___________
Total weight of vessel dry ______________
Total weight of vessel wet ______________
Total weight of vessel flooded ___________
Vacuum Pump(s):
The vacuum pumps shall be designed and suitable for at least 15,000 of continuous service
run-time hours. The vacuum pump shall be base mounted and coupled to an explosion proof
motor of suitable size and rated for VFD operation (inductance duty), complete with coupling
with one (1) coupling guard per pump. The motor shall be fitted with an internal heat switch
which shall be tied to the PLC to alert the owner’s operations staff in the event of a heat-up.
The pump and motor shall be Laser aligned by the vendor after installation at the site and
before start-up. The motor shall be fitted with an internal high-temperature switch tied to the
PLC. The base shall be secured to the VRU foundation to prevent the transmission of
vibration back to the carbon beds through the interconnecting piping. At least one bellows-
type expansion joint shall be supplied for the inlet side of the pump. The vendor shall provide
for thrust blocks or other pipe supports for the discharge piping, each of which shall be
designed to prevent vibration. The suction of each pump shall be fitted with a cone strainer
with 1/32”/0.8mm screen captured between two RF ANSI flanges. All (vapor, coolant) flows
shall be monitored by flow indicating transmitters. The flows shall be adjustable. The vapor
coolant flow shall be stopped during all periods of pump-off time, and shall be reinitiated
during period of pump-on times. This flow shall be managed by two (2) solenoid valves,
each with a discrete open/closed signal from the PLC. Each pump shall be fitted with a RPM
monitor tied to the PLC.
Manufacturer _________________
Model number _____________
Motor HP rating _______________
50Hz
3 Phase (Yes/No) Yes
client:
project:
title:
SC "Klaipėdos Nafta"
Crude oil vapour utilization from railway estacada
Technical Specification for Vapour Recovery Unit
office: Lithuania
Order: 73256
document: 2489002
rev.:
D
sheet: 11
of: 22
Suitable for VFD control (Yes/No) Yes Capacity @ full speed ________ Weight ______________ Mounting method ____________
Suitable for VFD control (Yes/No) Yes
Capacity @ full speed ________
Weight ______________
Mounting method ____________
Maximum Torr rating __________
Hours between overhauls __________
Jacket coolant flow rate _____________
Vapor coolant flow rate _____________
Vibration detection included (Yes/No) Yes
VFD Model and Size _______________
and
___________
Maximum current draw ______________
Design turndown ______________
Minimum turning RPM ______________
Coupling model number
Brand ______________
Model number ________________
Coupling guard included (Yes/No) Yes
Inlet connection size ______________
Outlet connection size _______________
Vapor coolant meter type/size
/ __________
Jacket coolant meter type/size
/ __________
Absorber Supply Pumps:
The supply pump shall be complete with suitable explosion proof motor fitted on a base to
the pump via a coupling. The motor shall be fitted with an internal high-heat switch tied to
the PLC. It shall be sized to move the absorbent from the owner’s absorbent storage to the
VRU site. It shall be shipped lose for installation at close proximity to the client’s day tank by
others. It shall include, as a minimum:
For Crude:
Manufacturer __________________________
Model number __________________________
Design capacity at full rpm @ _____________
Mechanical seal (Yes/No) ________________
Motor Type/Class _______________________
Motor size and HP rating
and ______________
Motor temperature switch included (Yes/No) Yes
Suitable for VFD control (Yes/No) Yes
Motor VFD rated (Yes/No) ______________
Coupling model number __________________
Coupling guard included (Yes/No) ______________
Base model number ________________
Dimension to suction centerline ______________
Absorber Return Pumps:
The return pump shall be complete with suitable explosion proof motor fitted on a base
to the pump via coupling. The motor shall be fitted with an internal high-heat switch tied
to the PLC. It shall be sized to move absorbent form the VRU to the owner’s day tank. It
shall be assembled, mounted and shipped on the same base as all other VRU
equipment. It shall include, as a minimum:
Fro Gasoline:
Manufacturer
__________________________
Model number __________________________
Design capacity at full rpm
_____________
@ _______________
client:
project:
title:
SC "Klaipėdos Nafta"
Crude oil vapour utilization from railway estacada
Technical Specification for Vapour Recovery Unit
office: Lithuania
Order: 73256
document: 2489002
rev.:
D
sheet: 12
of: 22
Mechanical seal (Yes/No) ________________ Motor temperature switch included (Yes/No) Yes Motor Type/Class _______________________ Suitable for VFD
Mechanical seal (Yes/No) ________________
Motor temperature switch included (Yes/No) Yes
Motor Type/Class _______________________
Suitable for VFD control (Yes/No) Yes
Motor VFD rated (Yes/No) ______________
Coupling model number __________________
Coupling guard included (Yes/No) Yes
Motor size and HP rating
and ______________
Base model number ________________
Dimension to suction centerline ______________
For Crude:
Manufacturer __________________________
Model number __________________________
Design capacity at full rpm @ _____________
Mechanical seal (Yes/No) ________________
Motor temperature switch included (Yes/No) Yes
Motor Type/Class _______________________
Suitable for VFD control (Yes/No) Yes
Motor VFD rated (Yes/No) ______________
Coupling model number __________________
Coupling guard included (Yes/No) Yes
Motor size and HP rating
and ______________
Base model number ________________
Dimension to suction centerline ______________
Vapor Inlet/Outlet Piping:
All piping shall be designed per the ANSI B31.3 and 16.5 for flows well below turbulent flow
velocities, and large enough to minimize the flowing pressure drop. The vendor will provide
the following:
Vapor Pipe Size(s) ________
Schedule 40
Working Pressure __________
Seamless (Yes/No) Yes
Grade ___________
Supply Gasoline Pipe Size(s) ________
Schedule 40
Working Pressure __________
Seamless (Yes/No) Yes
Grade ___________
Return Gasoline Pipe Size(s) ________
Schedule 40
Working Pressure __________
Seamless (Yes/No) Yes
Grade ___________
Vapor Inlet/Outlet Switching Valves:
All vapor switching valves shall be high performance, bubble tight, lug-type butterfly valves
with replaceable Viton o-ring cushioned Teflon seats, Viton seals, and electric or pneumatic
motor operators. The liquid gasoline circulation valves shall also be MOVs, however these
two valves MUST use fail closed operators, without fail or exception. Vendor shall list vapor
and gasoline valve specifics below.
Brand ______________________
Type ________________________
Model Number, Size, and Torque:
o Vapor valves _______
_________
client:
project:
title:
SC "Klaipėdos Nafta"
Crude oil vapour utilization from railway estacada
Technical Specification for Vapour Recovery Unit
office: Lithuania
Order: 73256
document: 2489002
rev.:
D
sheet: 13
of: 22
o Vacuum valves _____ ___________ o Gasoline circulation line valves ________ ___________ Valves are bubble tight,
o Vacuum valves _____
___________
o Gasoline circulation line valves ________
___________
Valves are bubble tight, high performance (Yes/No) ________
Valves are “lug-type” (Yes/No) ________
All valve actuators shall be RCS electrically operated of suitable torque to completely
seat and unseat the valve each is joined with in any temperature or ambient condition.
Each actuator shall be supplied with one coupling kit for joining it properly with its
respective valve. Each actuator shall be supplied with on-off limit switches indicating the
open and closed positions with one pair of installed spare switches
Brand offered ____________
Type and size of valve actuators (list all)
o
________
o
________
o
________
o
________
o
________
o
________
Maximum torque of each actuator (list for each size valve)
o
________
o
________
o
________
o
________
Operating current ___________
Maximum operating amperage _____________
o SIL rating _____________
o NEMA rating ____________
Maximum design pressure drop across each carbon bed loaded with vendor’s activated
carbon and ready for service _____
client:
project:
title:
SC "Klaipėdos Nafta"
Crude oil vapour utilization from railway estacada
Technical Specification for Vapour Recovery Unit
office: Lithuania
Order: 73256
document: 2489002
rev.:
D
sheet: 14
of: 22
4.6 Spare Parts 4.5.1. Vendor shall submit recommended list of spare parts with itemized prices for
4.6
Spare Parts
4.5.1.
Vendor shall submit recommended list of spare parts with itemized prices for first two years'
of operation of the equipment with bid. Proper coding and referencing of spare parts shall be
done so that later identification with appropriate equipment will be facilitated. Total cost of
spares shall be included in lump-sum price of the system.
4.5.2.
Vendor shall also submit a list of commissioning spares with quantity. Total cost of
commissioning spares shall be included in lump-sum price of the system.
4.5.3.
Vendor shall also guarantee that commissioning spares, if required over and above the
commissioning spares included in the order shall be made available without any cost and
time implication to the owner. If, for any reason during commissioning, Vendor needs to
utilize spares from list of 2 years normal operational spares, he will replenish the same free
of cost duly delivered at site including all freights, insurance, taxes, and duties.
4.5.4.
Mandatory spares shall be supplied per Instrumentation specifications and their price to be
included in the lump sum price of the system.
4.7
Special Tools And Tackles
The Vendor shall provide a set of new, unused special tools and tackles required for operation and
maintenance of the Vapor Recovery system. Price above shall also be included in the basic cost of
the package.
4.8
Instrumentation
All necessary instrumentation, safety interlock & analyzer for measuring inlet and exit Gas
concentration for smooth and safe functioning of the system is considered under the vendor’s scope
of supply. The instrumentation selected by each vendor is critical to the operational reliability,
efficiency, maintenance, and life of the overall system. Therefore it is necessary for the vendor to use
only devices considered to be standards of the industry, suitably rated, tested, and certified. The
same holds for the automation system as well.
Instrumentation Requirements:
All instruments shall be UL/Cenelec approved for a Class1, Division 2 environment, or equal.
4.7.1.
The inlet vapor flow shall be measured at all times. The flow meter shall be a vortex shedding
type with no moving parts and shall be rated for the service it is in. It shall be calibrated to
span the flow of vapor for this application from no flow to the maximum flow with a 20%
overage so it will measure unusually high instantaneous flows. It shall be rated for Class1,
Division 2 service, and shall be locally indicating. It shall be an insert-type, manufactured for
ease of removal from the inlet vapor piping without having to shut the vapor flow off for
instrument extraction. The instrument shall be shielded from all external “noise”, and shall
generate a 4-20ma linear output consistent with the overall flow rate.
4.7.2.
The inlet vapor stream shall be sampled and the sample shall be fed to an inlet vapor
hydrocarbon analyzer to determine the inlet hydrocarbon concentration at all times. This
analyzer shall be in constant communication with the PLC/HMI. The sample shall be collected
from a probe reaching into the center of the pipe being sampled to assure uniformity of
sampling.
4.7.3.
The inlet vapor temperature shall be measured at all times. The temperature element used
shall be of the RTD type, and shall generate a linear output signal consistent with the
temperature being measured.
client:
project:
title:
SC "Klaipėdos Nafta"
Crude oil vapour utilization from railway estacada
Technical Specification for Vapour Recovery Unit
office: Lithuania
Order: 73256
document: 2489002
rev.:
D
sheet: 15
of: 22
4.7.4. The inlet vapor temperature and pressure shall be indicated locally and/or to the PLC at
4.7.4.
The inlet vapor temperature and pressure shall be indicated locally and/or to the PLC at all
times.
4.7.5.
The inlet “supply” gasoline, crude flow shall be measured at all times
using
a
FIT
communicating with the PLC/HMI.
4.7.6.
The exiting “return” gasoline, crude flow shall be measured at all times using a FIT
communicating with the PLC/HMI.
4.7.7.
The inlet “jacket coolant” gasoline, crude flow to each vacuum pump shall be measured at all
times using a FIT communicating with the PLC/ HMI.
4.7.8.
The inlet “vapor coolant” gasoline, crude flow shall be measured at all
times
using
a FIT
communicating with the PLC/ HMI ..
4.7.9.
The jacket coolant gasoline, crude temperature shall be measured leaving each vacuum pump
with a TE which communicates constantly with the PLC/ HMI.
4.7.10.
The supply gasoline temperature shall be measured as it enters the VRS upstream of the
Absorber Column with a TE which communicates constantly with the PLC/ HMI.
4.7.11.
The return gasoline temperature shall be measured as it exits the VRS downstream of the
Absorber Column with a TE which communicates constantly with the PLC/ HMI.
4.7.12.
The discharge vapor temperature shall be measured constantly as the vapor leaves the final
pump stage of each vacuum pump with a TE which communicates constantly with the
PLC/HMI.
4.7.13.
The true rotating speed of each vacuum pump shall be measured constantly and shall
communicate with the PLC/ HMI.
4.7.14.
All motors shall have motor heat switches which shall be monitored by the PLC constantly,
and which will shut down any motor that overheats immediately.
4.7.15.
The all flows shall be measured using appropriately sized restriction orifices mounted in
conventional and dedicated orifice flanges with all flow rate signals generated by flow
indicating differential pressure transmitters.
4.7.16.
Temperature indicators shall be at least 5” dial face every-angle type. One each shall be
installed on the vapor inlet line, the suction and discharge of each vacuum pump, and on the
vapor outlet line. All temperature indicators shall be supplied with thermowells that reach to
the center of each pipe in which they are fitted.
4.7.17.
All pressure indicators shall be at least 5” dial face glycerin filled gauges with the maximum
pressure at or slightly above the MAWP of the pipe or vessel it is fitted into. Each pressure
indicator shall be fitted with an upstream isolation ball valve. These shall be installed on the
vapor inlet line, the vapor vacuum line from each carbon vessel, the supply and return
gasoline,crude lines, the vapor and jacket coolant lines feeding each vacuum pump, and the
Absorber Column.
4.7.18.
Each carbon vessel shall be fitted with a vacuum transmitter with a vacuum measurement.
Each vacuum transmitter shall be fitted with an upstream isolation valve.
4.7.19.
The outlet vapor stream shall be sampled and the sample shall be fed to an inlet vapor
hydrocarbon analyzer to determine the inlet hydrocarbon concentration at all times. This
analyzer shall be in constant communication with the PLC/ HMI. The sample shall be collected
client:
project:
title:
SC "Klaipėdos Nafta"
Crude oil vapour utilization from railway estacada
Technical Specification for Vapour Recovery Unit
office: Lithuania
Order: 73256
document: 2489002
rev.:
D
sheet: 16
of: 22
from a probe reaching into the center of the pipe being sampled to assure uniformity of
from a probe reaching
into
the center of
the pipe being sampled to assure uniformity of
sampling.
4.7.20.
Vendor Shall List All Instruments to be Supplied Below:
o ________________________________________________________________
o ________________________________________________________________
o ________________________________________________________________
o ________________________________________________________________
o ________________________________________________________________
o ________________________________________________________________
o ________________________________________________________________
o ________________________________________________________________
o ________________________________________________________________
o ________________________________________________________________
o ________________________________________________________________
o ________________________________________________________________
o ________________________________________________________________
o ________________________________________________________________
o ________________________________________________________________
o ________________________________________________________________
o ________________________________________________________________
Automatic Vapor and Liquid Valve Requirements:
4.7.21.
All automatic valves shall be bubble tight, high performance, lug-type butterfly valves sized
to maintain all flow velocities well below erosion velocity at all times.
4.7.22.
Each main automatic vapor switching valve shall be coupled to an RCS or equal electric
actuator sized to assure proper torque considerations when moving the high performance
butterfly valves into and off of their seats. All torque rating shall exceed the torque
requirements of the valves by at least 50%. Each automatic valve shall include:
o Four micro-switches. Two shall indicate the full open and full closed positions of the
valve, and two shall be used as installed spares.
o Each automatic valve actuator shall be fitted with a brake for precise stopping of the
valve at its open and close positions.
o Each actuator shall be rated for Class 1, Division 2 service, or better.
o Each automatic valve shall communicate with the PLC/ HMI constantly.
4.7.23.
The system shall be also fitted with dedicated solenoid valves suitable for Class 1, Division 2
service, and rated for the appropriate pressure or vacuum consistent with the application of
each. Each solenoid valve shall be normally closed.
4.7.24.
The gasoline supply and return lines shall be fitted with two fail closed bubble tight, high
performance butterfly valves with RCS Sur49 spring closed pneumatic actuators, or equal.
4.7.25.
Vendor Shall List All Instruments to be Supplied Below:
o ________________________________________________________________
o ________________________________________________________________
o ________________________________________________________________
o ________________________________________________________________
o ________________________________________________________________
o ________________________________________________________________
o ________________________________________________________________
o ________________________________________________________________
o ________________________________________________________________
o ________________________________________________________________
client:
project:
title:
SC "Klaipėdos Nafta"
Crude oil vapour utilization from railway estacada
Technical Specification for Vapour Recovery Unit
office: Lithuania
Order: 73256
document: 2489002
rev.:
D
sheet: 17
of: 22
 

o ________________________________________________________________

 

o ________________________________________________________________

o ________________________________________________________________

o ________________________________________________________________

o ________________________________________________________________

o ________________________________________________________________

o ________________________________________________________________

  • 4.7.26. Manual Vapor and Liquid Valve Requirements:

 
 

All manual valves shall be bubble tight, high performance full-open ball and fine hand-wheel

adjustment globe valves. Each shall be manufactured from either cast steel or stainless

steel, and shall be specified or pressure and materials of construction consistent with the

service into which each is placed. Only Viton and Teflon elastomers may be supplied.

 

o Valves smaller than 1” may be NPT threaded.

 

o Valves 1” and larger shall be ANSI RF flanged consistent with Class 150 as a minimum.

  • 4.7.27. All instruments shall be UL/Cenelec approved for a Class1, Division 2 environment or equal.

  • 4.7.28. The vendor is required to demonstrate operating the VRU during start-up when loading

 

operation is being carried out.

 
  • 4.7.29. The vendor is also responsible to commission the VRU and fine tune all controls such that it

 

operates smoothly. Vendor is to rectify any defect or replace the defective equipment as

required if the need arises within 24 months from the date of commissioning at no cost to the

Owner.

  • 4.7.30. The vendor is to conduct the performance test for the vapor recovery system and prove the

 

recovery as stipulated in the process data during the start-up process. The VRU shall be

designed to continuously indicate the true instantaneous emissions on the 800xa based on

the inlet mass flow. The vendor shall specify the procedure of the performance test and

submit it to the owner for approval 60 days prior to the planned performance test.

 

4.9

Control system

Control and monitoring of VRU package unit shall be realized from existing operator work

station (PC). VRU process control equipment shall be integrated with existing process control

800xA system. For that reason all necessary VRU field instrumentation (e.g. sensors, actuator

valves, etc.) shall be integrated to ABB make AC 800M Series controller.

 

System must be provided with an emergency shut down system which can be connected to the

existing emergency shutdown system.

 

4.10

Software

4.9.1.

Vendor shall develop VRU operating software to 1) optimize the VRS operation to reduce

energy consumption while maintaining the emissions at or below the target level, and 2)

regenerate only on an as-needed basis using the absorbed mass of hydrocarbons as the

primary regeneration trigger, and emission level as the over-riding trigger.

 
 

client:

SC "Klaipėdos Nafta"

project: Crude oil vapour utilization from railway estacada

project:

Crude oil vapour utilization from railway estacada

 

title:

Technical Specification for Vapour Recovery Unit

 

office: Lithuania

Order: 73256

document: 2489002

rev.:

D

sheet: 18

of: 22

  • 4.9.2. Vendor’s operating software shall automatically control the amount of purge air fed to each

 

carbon bed using a dedicated valve and flow control device. Purge air shall be allowed to

enter each carbon vessel at the conclusion of each regeneration cycle. The PLC logic shall

determine the amount of purge air entering in each cycle based on the mass of

hydrocarbons loaded onto the carbon in the previous bed loading cycle so that the operators

need not make any manual adjustments for the life of the system.

 
  • 4.9.3. Vendors operating software and controls system shall automatically control the re-pressure

 

air system with a dedicated flow control valve and flow control device such that the operators

need not make any manual adjustments for the life of the system.

 
  • 4.9.4. In order to prove the energy efficiency of the vendors VRU, vendors operating software shall

 

calculate the mass of hydrocarbons adsorbed, compare it with the adsorption capacity of the

carbon supplied, and trigger regeneration only when the adsorbed mass reaches a preset

fraction based on the maximum possible adsorbed hydrocarbons.

 
  • 4.9.5. Vendor’s operating software shall make a permanent record of the actual volume of VRU

 

recovered gasoline and store this data in units of recovered liters daily, weekly, monthly,

annually, and since start-up.

 
  • 4.9.6. Vendor’s operating software and controls system shall be designed to monitor the travel and

 

position of each vapor flow and liquid flow valve in the VRU and to alarm or shutdown in the

event of any malfunction. Vendor shall identify for the owner which malfunctions are alarms

and which are shutdowns. Vendors HMI shall annunciate each according this schedule.

 
  • 4.9.7. Vendor’s operating software and controls systems shall be developed to monitor, control,

 

and optimize the absorber pressure during each individual regeneration cycle by varying the

absorber pressure to optimize the adsorption efficiency and minimize the hydrocarbon

loading on the in-service adsorbing carbon.

 
  • 4.9.8. Vendor’s operating software shall be written to allow for 1) logical progressive normal

 

shutdowns, 2) immediate emergency shutdowns (ESDs), 3) automatic start-up or re-start

after all alarms/shutdowns are reset. Each shall be recorded on discrete HMI logs which

shall stay active in real time for at least 33 days.

 
  • 4.9.9. Vendor’s software shall be designed to operate the supply and return pumps in both the

 

automatic and manual modes operating via HOA switches. The position of these switches

shall be annunciated on Vendor’s HMI graphics.

 
  • 4.9.10. Vendor’s operating software shall monitor all temperature transmitters continuously, and

 

shall alarm and/or shutdown the VRS upon published alarm and shutdown temperature

values. These values shall be annunciated on Vendor’s HMI graphics.

 
  • 4.9.11. Vendor’s software shall monitor all motors and pumps for proper and safe operating

 

conditions. Each shall be annunciated on Vendor’s HMI graphics.

 
  • 4.9.12. Vendor’s operating software shall monitor the HOA status of each motor. Each shall be

 

annunciated on Vendor’s HMI graphics.

 
  • 4.9.13. Vendor’s operating software and controls system shall measure and monitor the supply and

 

return liquid flow rates and temperatures, and the vapor inlet flow rate and temperature at all

times. All such values shall be annunciated on Vendor’s HMI graphics.

 
  • 4.9.14. Vendor’s operating software package shall be fully functional with or without the HMI system

 

in operation.

 

client:

SC "Klaipėdos Nafta"

project: Crude oil vapour utilization from railway estacada

project:

Crude oil vapour utilization from railway estacada

 

title:

Technical Specification for Vapour Recovery Unit

 

office: Lithuania

Order: 73256

document: 2489002

rev.:

D

sheet: 19

of: 22

  • 4.9.15. Vendor’s HMI software and graphics package shall provide for an overview (Main) screen

 

that continuously reports all real-time flows, temperatures, pressures/vacuum levels,

pumping speeds, loading status lane-by-lane, liquid levels, emissions, loading rates, and

 

recovered product volumes at all times. All such values shall be annunciated on Vendor’s

HMI graphics.

  • 4.9.16. Vendor’s HMI software and graphics package shall include dedicated HMI separate trend

 

line and separate data screens for real time and historical alarms, historical and real time

 

shutdowns, historical and real time emissions, real time emissions levels, real time vacuum

pump operating parameters including RPM, coolant flow and temperatures to jacket and

vapor, and vapor discharge temperature.

 
  • 4.9.17. Original site specific adjustable set-up information so the site personnel with proper security

 

clearance can make operating parameter adjustments to fine tune the system over time.

 
  • 4.9.18. A layered security-enabled log-in status record graphic panel.

 
  • 4.9.19. Vendor’s HMI and PLC shall be configured with a 24/7 high-speed DSL link to the internet

 

for secured and continuous off-site monitoring.

 
  • 4.9.20. Owner shall provide a continuous DSL connection suitable for remote monitoring 24/7.

 
  • 4.9.21. Vendor’s shall include off-site monitoring of the in-service system for a minimum of 24

 

months after start-up at no additional cost to the owner, and shall include an option to renew

 

the monitoring service thereafter.

 

4.11

PERFORMANCE GUARANTEE

  • 4.10.1. All equipment and components shall be guaranteed by the Vendor against any defective

 

material, design, and/or workmanship for the period specified in the commercial document.

 
  • 4.10.2. After installation and commissioning at site, the system shall be tested for overall

 

performance as per procedures mutually agreed upon. Vendor shall, at his own cost,

arrange all instruments and controls required for testing at site.

 
  • 4.10.3. Vendor shall demonstrate the following parameters at site during performance test:

 
 

Emission level meets the bid requirements

 

Document the recovered volumes per unit volume loaded

 
 

client:

SC "Klaipėdos Nafta"

project: Crude oil vapour utilization from railway estacada

project:

Crude oil vapour utilization from railway estacada

 

title:

Technical Specification for Vapour Recovery Unit

 

office: Lithuania

Order: 73256

document: 2489002

rev.:

D

sheet: 20

of: 22

4.12 Warranty 4.11.1. Vendor shall warrant the system to be free of defects and workmanship for
4.12
Warranty
4.11.1.
Vendor shall warrant the system to be free of defects and workmanship for a period not less
than 24 months from delivery or 18 months after start-up, whichever shall occur first.
4.11.2.
Vendor shall warrant all components of the system for the full period of the warranty period
stated above, and shall replace and component found to be defective during that period at
no cost to the Owner.
4.11.3.
Vendor shall warrant the performance of the VRU during the period stated above so long as
it is used for the purpose intended. In the event the unit does not meet the performance
guaranteed emissions level of 150 mg/m 3 for gasoline and 10 g/m 3 for crude on a two hour
averaged basis, Vendor take whatever actions are necessary at Vendor’s expense to correct
the situation, and if unable to do so, the following penalties shall prevail:
For gasoline:
o Up to 5 mg/m 3 overage = 2% of purchase price
o
6 mg/ m 3 up to 10 mg/ m 3 overage = 5% of purchase price
o
11 mg/ m 3 to 15 mg/ m 3 overage = 10% of purchase price
o >15 mg/ m 3 overage = 25% of purchase price
For crude:
o Up to 0.3 g/m 3 overage = 2% of purchase price
o
0.3 g/ m 3 up to 0.7 g/ m 3 overage = 5% of purchase price
o
0.7 g/ m 3 to 1 g/ m 3 overage = 10% of purchase price
o >1 g/ m 3 overage = 25% of purchase price
4.13
Painting
All external exposed steel surfaces must be treated with epoxy coating system.
Painting system for absorber should be able to withstand high temperature up to 185 0 C.
4.14
Materials
All materials shall be asbestos free.
Designated materials to be supplied with compliance certificate as per EN 10204 – 3.1
4.15
Utility consumptions
The Vendor shall state in his quotation the consumption of all utilities at the battery limits.
All units of measurement, used to dimension or to specify the capacity, shall be based on the
international system of units (SI).
5
Codes and standards
The Vendor shall warrant that all aspects of design, fabrication, assembly, testing and intended
use of the equipment to be supplied meet the legal requirements of the National and Local
Authorities.
client:
project:
title:
SC "Klaipėdos Nafta"
Crude oil vapour utilization from railway estacada
Technical Specification for Vapour Recovery Unit
office: Lithuania
Order: 73256
document: 2489002
rev.:
D
sheet: 21
of: 22
 

Machine directive

Each equipment item delivered by the Supplier has to be provided with CE-marking, in

accordance with the Machine Directive 89/329/EEG of the European Community which has

been amended by directives 91/363/EEG, 94/44/EEG, and 93/68/EEG.

 

Therefore a II A Declaration of Conformity for each equipment shall be supplied by the

Supplier, including fulfillment of all requirements as defined in the Machine Directive.

 

Electrical components and instruments must be in accordance with CENELEC standards.

The supplier has to provide ATEX/CE certification.

 

Verification of equipment according to PED.

 
  • 6 Inspection, factory testing and shipment

 
 
  • 6.1 Inspection

Vendor to submit to purchaser for approval an inspection schedule.

 
  • 6.2 Factory testing

 

Vendor to submit to purchaser for approval testing schedule (per item).

 
  • 6.3 Shipment

After inspection and testing, all equipment shall be thoroughly cleaned, dried and touched up

with paint, if necessary. Flanged connections shall be blanked with suitable wooden or metal

covers. Bare screw threads shall be protected by plugs or caps.

 

Vendor has the responsibility to check the crating in order to prevent any transport damage.

 
  • 7 Erection, start-up, training of operators and acceptance

 
 

Equipment acceptance on site, erection and installation shall be supervised by the vendor. The

Vendor shall be responsible for the correct installation, connection to existing ancillaries and

commissioning by Purchaser under supervision of Vendor. Approval of installation by vendor

shall be by countersigning a protocol.

 

On request the Vendor shall make available a specialist engineer to provide training for

Company's Operation/Maintenance personnel during the period of installation and start-up of

the equipment on site.

 
  • 8 Quality assurance

 

Vendor to submit guarantees for performance, service and delivery.

 
  • 9 Vendor documents required

 
 

The Vendor shall supply all the data and documents in the form, quantities and at the time

stipulated in the Vendor Documents Required, Doc.No. 6551408, included in the Requisition.

 
 

client:

SC "Klaipėdos Nafta"

project: Crude oil vapour utilization from railway estacada

project:

Crude oil vapour utilization from railway estacada

 

title:

Technical Specification for Vapour Recovery Unit

 

office: Lithuania

Order: 73256

document: 2489002

rev.:

D

sheet: 22

of: 22

 

Specification for Structural Steel Design and Fabrication

 
 

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client:

SC "Klaipėdos Nafta"

project: Crude oil vapour utilization from railway estacada

project:

Crude oil vapour utilization from railway estacada

 

title:

Specification for Structural Steel Design and Fabrication

 

office: Kaunas

 

Order: 73256

document: 1182008

rev.: 0

sheet: 1

of: 5

 

Table of contents

page

  • 1 General

3

  • 1.1 Scope

3

  • 1.2 Codes and standards

 

3

  • 2 Types of Construction

3

  • 3 Steel Structures

3

  • 3.1 Materials

3

  • 3.2 Connections

3

  • 4 Fabrication of Steelwork

 

4

  • 5 Access and Maintenance Structures

4

  • 6 Flooring

4

  • 7 Stairways

4

  • 8 Ladders

5

  • 9 Handrails and Toe Plates

 

5

 

client:

SC "Klaipėdos Nafta"

project: Crude oil vapour utilization from railway estacada

project:

Crude oil vapour utilization from railway estacada

 

title:

Specification for Structural Steel Design and Fabrication

 

office: Kaunas

Order: 73256

document: 1182008

rev.:

0

sheet: 2

of: 5

1 General 1.1 Scope This specification covers the basic requirements for the design and fabrication of
1
General
1.1
Scope
This specification covers the basic requirements for the design and fabrication of structural
steelwork.
1.2
Codes and standards
The design, fabrication and installation shall comply fully with the applicable Lithuanian codes
and standards.
2
Types of Construction
The specification is directed mainly to the use in structures of hot rolled steel sections, plates
and normalised tubular shapes.
In general, the preferred design shall take account of accessibility for painting and general
maintenance. Lattice type structures, other than trusses and towers, should therefore the
avoided.
Structural steel work generally is to be fabricated in the workshop be welding. Connections
carried out during erection on site shall be bolted in accordance with this specification.
3
Steel Structures
3.1
Materials
All material shall be of new stock.
Structural steel shall be quality FE 60B.
All bolted connections shall be with high tensile bolts of strength grade 8.8.
3.2
Connections
High tensile bolts to NEN 914 grade 8.8 or equal, shall be used for all site connections unless
noted otherwise.
Welding shall be used for shop connections. Except where butt welds are called for, all welds
shall be continuous fillets.
Washers parallel or tapered to suit rolled steel sections shall be provided under each nut.
Lock nuts shall be provided for all bolts securing runway beams to main framing.
All nuts, bolts and washers shall be sherardised.
client:
project:
title:
SC "Klaipėdos Nafta"
Crude oil vapour utilization from railway estacada
Specification for Structural Steel Design and Fabrication
office: Kaunas
Order: 73256
document: 1182008
rev.:
0
sheet: 3
of: 5
  • 4 Fabrication of Steelwork

 
 

All members shall be clearly marked and erection drawings shall be furnished clearly showing

the location of all members for ease of erection. In all cases, shop detail numbering system

shall tie-in to the number of the related erection drawing.

 

All fabricated frames shall be suitably braced to prevent distortion during transit.

 

Frames, platforms, stairs and handrails shall be shop assembled in the largest units suitable

for handling and transportation.

 

All boltholes shall be made by drilling. No burning or punching will be permitted.

 

All sharp edges of structural members shall be rounded to achieve appropriate coating

applications.

  • 5 Access and Maintenance Structures

 
 

Access and maintenance platforms shall have, unless otherwise indicated, a minimum width of

750 mm.

Headroom clearance at all platforms shall preferably be 2.150 m but not less than 2.050 mm,

taking into account electrical fittings and all other obstructions.

 
  • 6 Flooring

 
 

Steel grating for platforms shall be serrated rectangular open grid type with load bear bars 30

mm deep x 3 mm thick at 30 mm cross centres with twisted cross bars press welded at 30 mm

centres.

Grating shall be attached to the supporting steelwork with clip or other effective means,

minimum of four fixings per panel. Holes or cut-outs in panels shall be made by the flooring

manufacturer and have perimeter stiffening strips welded in. This work is to be carried out

before the final protective coating is applied.

 
  • 7 Stairways

 
 

Stairs in general shall have a minimum clear width between stringers of 750 mm.

 

All stairs in the same building or structure shall, if possible, have the same slope and stair

handrails shall be continuous with platform handrails. Stairs shall be arranged with a 45 o of

slope.

Stairs shall have maximum vertical step.

 

Clearance over stairs shall be such that a minimum vertical clearance of 2.100 mm measured

at the nose of a treat shall be maintained.

 
 

client:

SC "Klaipėdos Nafta"

project: Crude oil vapour utilization from railway estacada

project:

Crude oil vapour utilization from railway estacada

 

title:

Specification for Structural Steel Design and Fabrication

 

office: Kaunas

Order: 73256

document: 1182008

rev.:

0

sheet: 4

of: 5

Treads shall be serrated rectangular pattern open grid type (30 mm x 3 m bearing bars
Treads shall be serrated rectangular pattern open grid type (30 mm x 3 m bearing bars at 30
mm cross
centre with twisted bars press
welded
at
30
mm cross centres) with
non skid
abrasive nosings.
8
Ladders
Ladders shall be provided:
a)
For access to platforms not served by stairways;
b)
As an emergency escape from platform which is already served by a stairways.
Ladder shall have a width of 450 mm inside stringers
Ladder rungs shall be 20 mm diameter round steel bar. Spacing between ladder rungs shall be
maintained at 30 mm.
Ladder rungs shall be positioned such that the top of the rung is at the same elevation as the
platform served.
All ladders serving platforms or landings shall have side access and shall be equipped with
safety cages. Safety cage shall start at 2.100 mm above grade or landing.
9
Handrails and Toe Plates
Handrails shall be extended around edges of all platforms, landings, walkways and stairs.
All handrailing shall be pipe material.
Maximum centres of handrail posts shall be 1.500 mm.
All platforms and walkways 1.800 mm or more above grade shall be provided with toe plates.
Toe plates shall also be provided around all pipe penetrations through platforms.
All toe plates shall be 100 mm high unless shown otherwise on the project drawings.
Toe plates shall extend continuously around edges of all platforms, landings, walkways and
openings except at stairs and ladder accesses.
client:
project:
title:
SC "Klaipėdos Nafta"
Crude oil vapour utilization from railway estacada
Specification for Structural Steel Design and Fabrication
office: Kaunas
Order: 73256
document: 1182008
rev.:
0
sheet: 5
of: 5
 

Project Specification for Mechanical Equipment

 
 

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client:

SC "Klaipėdos Nafta"

project: Crude oil vapour utilization from railway estacada

project:

Crude oil vapour utilization from railway estacada

 

title:

Project Specification for Mechanical Equipment

 

office: Kaunas

 

Order: 73256

document: 2111001

rev.: 0

sheet: 1

of: 4

 

Table of contents

page

  • 1 GENERAL

3

  • 1.1 Purpose

3

  • 1.2 Compliance, exceptions and deviations

 

3

  • 1.3 Alternative designs

3

  • 1.4 Conflicting requirements

3

  • 1.5 Information required

3

  • 1.6 Engineering coordination

3

  • 1.7 Authority approvals

3

  • 2 PROJECT AND SITE INFORMATION

4

  • 2.1 Site location

4

  • 2.2 Project description

 

4

  • 2.3 Site meteorology

4

  • 3 QUALITY ASSURANCE

4

  • 4 GUARANTEES

4

  • 4.1 Performance

4

  • 4.2 Service

4

  • 5 VENDOR DATA AND DOCUMENTS REQUIRED

 

4

 

client:

SC "Klaipėdos Nafta"

project: Crude oil vapour utilization from railway estacada

project:

Crude oil vapour utilization from railway estacada

 

title:

Project Specification for Mechanical Equipment

 

office: Kaunas

Order: 73256

document: 2111001

rev.:

0

sheet: 2

of: 4

1

GENERAL

  • 1.1 Purpose

 
 

This Specification together with other documents of the Requisition covers the minimum

technical requirements for the design, fabrication, assembly, inspection, acceptance test and

Vendor documents for the specified equipment.

 
  • 1.2 Compliance, exceptions and deviations

 

Quotations must be fully in accordance with the Specification(s) and other documents of the

Requisition and must contain a written confirmation to this effect.

 

The Vendor may include in his quotation appropriate exceptions or deviations, provided they

can be shown not to have a negative effect on performance, construction, reliability and

availability of the specified equipment. Such exceptions shall be grouped and listed.

 

Quotations shall cover all items indicated in the section Scope of Supply. Spare parts and

special tools shall be quoted separately, as indicated.

 
  • 1.3 Alternative designs

 
 

The Vendor may also quote an alternative design with an explanation of the advantages and

disadvantages of his design.

 

In such case detailed information in respect of performance, construction and reliability is

required.

  • 1.4 Conflicting requirements

 
 

All conflicts between the requirements of the Specification(s), Data Sheets or other documents

of the Requisition shall be referred to Purchaser for clarification.

 
  • 1.5 Information required

 
 

All information in the Requisition and the Data Sheets denoted with an asterisks (*) shall be

supplied by the Vendor with the quotation.

 

A Vendor's nameplate shall be

supplied for each item. All relevant information on the

nameplate shall be bilingual in English and Lithuanian. The nameplate data shall be clearly

stamped.

  • 1.6 Engineering coordination

 
 

The Vendor is responsible for the engineering coordination of the equipment and all auxiliary

systems included in the scope of his supply.

 
  • 1.7 Authority approvals

 

The Vendor is responsible for obtaining authority approvals when applicable included in the

vendors scope.

 

client:

SC "Klaipėdos Nafta"

project: Crude oil vapour utilization from railway estacada

project:

Crude oil vapour utilization from railway estacada

 

title:

Project Specification for Mechanical Equipment

 

office: Kaunas

Order: 73256

document: 2111001

rev.:

0

sheet: 3

of: 4

2 PROJECT AND SITE INFORMATION 2.1 Site location The address of the job site is: SC
2
PROJECT AND SITE INFORMATION
2.1
Site location
The address of the job site is:
SC “Klaipėdos Nafta”
Burių str. 19
P.O. Box 81
LT-91003 Klaipėda, Lithuania
2.2
Project description
This project consists of technical solutions for hydrocarbon vapors from the rail cisterns
collection and recovery at “Klaipėdos Nafta” Oil Terminal.
2.3
Site meteorology
Climate type
[
-
]
marine
Design ambient temp. range
[Deg C
]
Min: -29
Max: +35
Design barometric pressure
[mbar
]
1015
Relative humidity range
[
%
]
Min: 30
Max: 100
Average rainfall
[mm/year]
625
Maximum rainfall
[mm/h
]
50
Maximum wind velocity
[m/sec ]
40
Design wind pressure
[N/m²
]
1040
Direction of wind
[
-
]
s.w.
Frost design line
[
m
]
n.a.
UBC seismic zone
[
-
]
n.a.
Snow load
[
mm
]
1000
3
QUALITY ASSURANCE
The Vendor shall submit with his quotation (a) document(s) demonstrating that he has an
operational Quality Assurance System, which conforms to the requirements of the International
Standard ISO 9000, or equivalent.
All equipment shall have CE marking and comply to “ATEX” directive 94/9/EC.
4
GUARANTEES
4.1
Performance
The Vendor shall propose in his quotation a performance guarantee based on the duty and
design requirements given in the Requisition.
4.2
Service
(*)
The Vendor shall propose in his quotation a service guarantee based on the mode of
operation given in the Technical Specification.
5
VENDOR DATA AND DOCUMENTS REQUIRED
(*) The Vendor shall supply all the data and documents in the form, quantities and at the time
stipulated in the list Vendor Documents Required, included in the Requisition.
client:
project:
title:
SC "Klaipėdos Nafta"
Crude oil vapour utilization from railway estacada
Project Specification for Mechanical Equipment
office: Kaunas
Order: 73256
document: 2111001
rev.:
0
sheet: 4
of: 4
 

Specification for Pipes

 
 

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project:

Crude oil vapour utilization from railway estacada

 
title: Specification for Pipes

title:

Specification for Pipes

office: Kaunas

 

Order: 73256

document: 2981001

rev.: 0

sheet: 1

of: 5

 

Table of contents

 

page

1

General

3

2

Certificates

3

3

Limitations

3

4

Marking

4

5

Preservation, painting

 

4

6

Welding, welding procedures

4

7

Quality assurance

4

8

Shipping, transport

4

9

Material specification

5

9.1

Pipe class AC01

5

 

client:

SC "Klaipėdos Nafta"

project: Crude oil vapour utilization from railway estacada

project:

Crude oil vapour utilization from railway estacada

 

title:

Specification for Pipes

office: Kaunas

Order: 73256

document: 2981001

rev.:

0

sheet: 2

of: 5

  • 1 General

 
 

This specification covers the technical requirements for the design, fabrication, testing and

delivery of carbon steel pipe in accordance with the data as specified in this specification.

 

Codes, standards and specifications referred to in this specification or in any referenced

document, form a part of the requirements of this specification in the manner and to the extend

specified.

Any deviation from this requisition shall be listed in the quotation and a ruling shall be obtained

by Tebodin before proceeding with the affected portion.

 
  • 2 Certificates

 
 

Pipe shall be supplied with material certificates EN 10204-3.1B issued by the manufacturer,

stating at least:

  • - Manufacturers name and symbol;

 
  • - Heat number;

  • - Material specification and grade;

 
  • - Chemical analysis;

  • - Mechanical test result;

  • - Data with regard to quantity and dimensions, size, schedule etc.;

 
  • - Hydrostatic test pressures and test results.

 

Certificates, hydro reports and dimensional check results shall be submitted in one batch

immediately after completion of inspection.

 
  • 3 Limitations

 
 

Carbon steel material shall have a maximum carbon steel content of 0.23%.

 
 

client:

SC "Klaipėdos Nafta"

project: Crude oil vapour utilization from railway estacada

project:

Crude oil vapour utilization from railway estacada

 

title:

Specification for Pipes

office: Kaunas

Order: 73256

document: 2981001

rev.:

0

sheet: 3

of: 5

4 Marking Pipe diameters 2 inch and larger shall be die-stamped with heat number, material, nominal
4
Marking
Pipe diameters 2 inch and larger shall be die-stamped with heat number, material, nominal
pipe size, schedule or wall thickness and Manufacturer's symbol.
Pipe diameters 1.5 inch and smaller shall be low-stress die-stamped with heat number,
material and manufacturers symbol or labelled.
In addition to manufacturer's marking, each tag shall be clearly identified with:
-
Purchase order no.
-
Requisition no.
-
Specification, sheet and item no.
Pipe size 6 inch and larger shall be identified with the applicable tag properly attached to each
pipe.
Pipe size 4 inch and smaller shall be identified with the applicable tag securely attached to the
bundles.
5
Preservation, painting
Pipe shall be delivered in an unrusted and clean condition with temporary rust protection.
6
Welding, welding procedures
Repair, of the material, by welding is not allowed.
For seam welded pipe the weld joint quality factor of 1.0 shall be guaranteed.
7
Quality assurance
Vendor shall present his quality assurance/control manual, if possible according to BS-5750 or
ISO 9001, 9002, 9003.
8
Shipping, transport
Pipe size 4 inch and smaller shall be supplied in bundles.
Pipes shall be prepared for shipment in such a manner to avoid damage or atmospheric
corrosion to the inside or outside surfaces during storage or while in transit.
The bevel ends of pipes shall be protected by suitable bevel protectors and/or plastic caps.
client:
project:
title:
SC "Klaipėdos Nafta"
Crude oil vapour utilization from railway estacada
Specification for Pipes
office: Kaunas
Order: 73256
document: 2981001
rev.:
0
sheet: 4
of: 5

9

Material specification

 

The choice of pipe type must be carefully evaluated with respect to the available approved

couplings, mechanical-Tees, grooved Tees and elbows.

 

Carbon steel piping and welding fittings with connections using mechanical couplings and / or

flanged connections.

Counter flanges for equipment with flanged outlets shall be of the same piping class as the

equipment flange.

Branches may be connected to distribution pipes by threaded sockets, welded on the pipe in

prefabrication, or by mechanical-T connections.

 

Piping shall be prefabricated in reasonable and manoeuvrable lengths to allow easy and

smooth installation.

9.1

Pipe class AC01

Description

½” – 1½”” - pipe c.s., seamless, material ASTM A106B

 

2”-10” - pipe c.s., seamless, material API 5L Gr. B,

12” and more - pipe c.s., seamwelded, material API 5L Gr. B,

150#

Dimensions

Acc. to ASME B 36.10

 

End preparation

½” - 1½” – plain ends

 

2” and more – bevelled ends acc. to ASME B16.25

 
 

client:

SC "Klaipėdos Nafta"

project: Crude oil vapour utilization from railway estacada

project:

Crude oil vapour utilization from railway estacada

 

title:

Specification for Pipes

office: Kaunas

Order: 73256

document: 2981001

rev.:

0

sheet: 5

of: 5

 

Specification for Valves

 
 

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project:

Crude oil vapour utilization from railway estacada

 
title: Specification for Valves

title:

Specification for Valves

office: Kaunas

 

Order: 73256

document: 2983001

rev.: 0

sheet: 1

of: 4

 

Table of contents

 

page

1

General

3

2

Certificates

3

3

Design

3

4

Marking

3

5

Preservation, painting

 

4

6

Testing

4

7

Quality assurance

 

4

8

Shipping, transport

4

 

client:

SC "Klaipėdos Nafta"

project: Crude oil vapour utilization from railway estacada

project:

Crude oil vapour utilization from railway estacada

 
 

title:

Specification for Valves

office: Kaunas

Order: 73256

document: 2983001

rev.:

0

sheet: 2

of: 4

1 General This specification covers the technical requirements for the design, fabrication, testing and delivery of
1
General
This specification covers the technical requirements for the design, fabrication, testing and
delivery of valves in accordance with the data as specified in this specification.
2
Certificates
Flanged & welded valves shall be supplied with material certificates EN 10204-3.1, issued by
the valve manufacturer, stating at least:
-
Manufacturers name;
-
Heat number;
-
Material specification;
-
Chemical analysis;
-
Mechanical test result;
-
Data with regard to quantity and dimensions;
-
Hydrostatic test pressures and test results.
Certificates, hydro reports, NDT reports and dimensional check results shall be submitted in
one batch immediately after completion of inspection.
3
Design
Flange facing of all valves, shall be furnished with stock finish.
Valves shall be designed and executed in accordance with the design codes and design
features as noted on the attached applicable specification sheets.
Valves shall be supplied with assembly drawings, showing all relevant information, such as
materials of construction, dimensional data, design features, etc.
4
Marking
Marking shall be in accordance with EN .19:2002
In addition to manufacturer's marking, each tag shall be clearly identified with:
-
Purchase order no.
-
Requisition no.
-
Specification, sheet and item no.
client:
project:
title:
SC "Klaipėdos Nafta"
Crude oil vapour utilization from railway estacada
Specification for Valves
office: Kaunas
Order: 73256
document: 2983001
rev.:
0
sheet: 3
of: 4
  • 5 Preservation, painting

 
 

Painting shall be according manufacturer's standard.

 
  • 6 Testing

 
 

The valves shall be inspected and tested in accordance with EN 12569. Seat tightness shall

be according to EN-12266-1, leakage rate A, except for gate valves greater than DN400 (16”),

where leakage rate B applies.

 
  • 7 Quality assurance

 

Vendor shall present his quality assurance/control manual, if possible according to BS-5750 or

ISO 9001, 9002, 9003.

 
  • 8 Shipping, transport

 

The valves must be packed in a way that they cannot be damaged during shipment.

 

Flange facing shall be protected over the gasket seating surface with plastic, cardboard and/or

hardboard covers to avoid mechanical damage.

 
 

client:

SC "Klaipėdos Nafta"

project: Crude oil vapour utilization from railway estacada

project:

Crude oil vapour utilization from railway estacada

 

title:

Specification for Valves

office: Kaunas

Order: 73256

document: 2983001

rev.:

0

sheet: 4

of: 4

 

Specification Electrical Requirements for Package Units

 
 

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title: Crude oil vapour utilization from railway estacada Specification Electrical Requirements for Package Units

title:

Crude oil vapour utilization from railway estacada Specification Electrical Requirements for Package Units

 

office: Kaunas

 

Order: 73256

document: 4199030

rev.: 0

sheet: 1

of: 23

 

Table of contents

page

  • 1 Scope

3

  • 2 Codes, standards etc.

 

4

  • 3 Area classification

6

  • 4 Utilisation voltages

7

  • 5 Design and drawings

8

  • 6 Equipment

9

  • 7 Electric motors

10

  • 8 Control

11

  • 9 Wiring and cabling

 

13

  • 10 Low voltage switchgears and/or motor control centres

 

15

  • 11 Variable speed control

 

17

  • 12 Small power distribution boards

21

  • 13 Earthing and lightning protection

21

  • 14 Division of work

22

  • 15 Inspection and testing

23

 

client:

SC "Klaipėdos Nafta"

project:

 
title: Crude oil vapour utilization from railway estacada Specification Electrical RequirementsVapour Recovery Unit

title:

Crude oil vapour utilization from railway estacada Specification Electrical RequirementsVapour Recovery Unit

 

office:

Kaunas

Order:

73256

document: 4199030

rev.:

0

sheet: 2

of:

23

 

1

Scope

  • 1.1 The requirements outlined herein are for electrical equipment, supplied as part of a

 
 

mechanical package. The mechanical specification defines the equipment to be supplied.

Any electrical equipment shall conform to the applicable sections of this specification.

 
 
  • 1.2 The electrical installation shall be designed and installed to obtain a maximum of safety and

 
 

easy operation with a minimum of maintenance.

 
 
  • 1.3 This specification is not intended to cover all the details, however it may be expected that

 
 

the Vendor provides all the elements that are inherent to sound engineering practices and

workmanship in order to achieve a completely satisfactory electrical system. It shall be the

Owner's responsibility to advise the Vendor of all clearances, approvals, permits,

documents, etc. required by the several national authorities.

 
 

client:

SC "Klaipėdos Nafta"

 

project:

 
title: Crude oil vapour utilization from railway estacada Specification Electrical RequirementsVapour Recovery Unit

title:

Crude oil vapour utilization from railway estacada Specification Electrical RequirementsVapour Recovery Unit

 

office:

Kaunas

Order:

73256

document: 4199030

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sheet: 3

of:

23

2 Codes, standards etc. Electrical work must be in compliance with the latest editions of the
2
Codes, standards etc.
Electrical work must be in compliance with the latest editions of the national or international
codes and governmental requirements.
IEC-Standards as listed in "Catalogue of IEC Publications".
2.1
International Standards
IEC - 34
Rotating electrical machines.
IEC - 51
Direct acting indicating analogue electrical measuring instruments and
their accessories.
IEC - 59
IEC standard current rating
IEC - 72
Dimensions and output ratings for rotating electrical machines
IEC - 85
Thermal evaluation and classification of electrical insulation.
IEC - 617
Recommended graphical symbols
IEC - 185
Current transformer
IEC - 204-1
Electrical equipment of industrial machines
IEC - 269
Low-Voltage fuses.
IEC - 341
Push-button switches
IEC - 364
Electrical Installation of buildings.
IEC - 439
Factory-built assemblies of low voltage switchgear and controlgear
IEC - 521
Class 0.5, 1 and 2 alternating-current watt-hour meters
IEC - 529
Classification of degrees of protection provided by enclosures.
IEC - 555-2
Limitation of disturbances in electricity supply networks.
IEC - 947
Low voltage switchgear and controlgear
IEC - 439
Factory-built assemblies of low voltage switchgear and control gear.
2.2
Other standards
VDE 0875
Radio frequency Interference suppression
ISO 1281
Rolling bearings: Method of evaluation dynamic load ratings.
2.3
Local regulations
In addition to the standards and codes, the electrical system shall be in accordance with the
local regulations and requirements of the following authorities:
the fire-fighting brigade;
the ministry of labour inspectorate;
• nuisance act, safety law etc.
client:
project:
title:
SC "Klaipėdos Nafta"
Crude oil vapour utilization from railway estacada
Specification Electrical RequirementsVapour Recovery Unit
office:
Kaunas
Order:
73256
document: 4199030
rev.:
0
sheet: 4
of:
23
2.4 EMC (Electromagnetic Compability) All apparatus, (electrical and electronic appliances together with equipment and installations containing
2.4
EMC (Electromagnetic Compability)
All apparatus, (electrical and electronic appliances together with equipment and installations
containing electrical and/or electronic equipment) liable to cause electromagnetic
disturbance or the performance of which is liable to be affected by such disturbance shall
comply with the local EMC standards and regulations.
Where local EMC standards and regulations are not available, the requirements of the
European EMC-directive and its amendments shall be used which requires that the
apparatus shall be so constructed that:
The electromagnetic disturbance it generated does nor exceed a level allowing radio
and telecommunications equipment and other apparatus to operate as intended.
• The apparatus has an adequate level of intrinsic immunity of electromagnetic
disturbance to enable it to operate as intended.
In case of conflict between the European EMC-directive, and its amendments, and the local
EMC standards and regulations the most severe shall rule however it is noted that the
European EMC-directive, and its amendments shall be used as starting point.
client:
project:
title:
SC "Klaipėdos Nafta"
Crude oil vapour utilization from railway estacada
Specification Electrical RequirementsVapour Recovery Unit
office:
Kaunas
Order:
73256
document: 4199030
rev.:
0
sheet: 5
of:
23
3 Area classification The equipment may be located in an area indoors or outdoors where a
3
Area classification
The equipment may be located in an area indoors or outdoors where a potential explosion
hazard may exist if flammable gases or dust are present. Alternatively or in addition, a
corrosive atmosphere may also exist. Each area will be classified with respect to these
conditions.
The area classification will be stated in the mechanical specification or the document
containing the Mechanical Package Requirements.
All equipment and wiring must comply with the applicable standards for the specified
hazardous area.
Electrical equipment finishes and construction materials shall be selected and furnished
which are resistant to the corrosive environment specified.
For equipment installed in a hazardous area the Vendor shall furnish the required
certificates from an official testing laboratory, certifying that the equipment is suitable for
use in that area.
client:
project:
title:
SC "Klaipėdos Nafta"
Crude oil vapour utilization from railway estacada
Specification Electrical RequirementsVapour Recovery Unit
office:
Kaunas
Order:
73256
document: 4199030
rev.:
0
sheet: 6
of:
23
 

4

Utilisation voltages

 
  • 4.1 The incoming power supply with over-current protection fuses or circuit breakers at the

 
 

utilisation voltages listed below will be supplied by third party.

 

Voltages:

Application:

400/230V 3-phase

Motors, heaters and

 

3-wire, TN-S

total package power earthing system

 

230V 1-phase

Lighting and other

 

2-wire, TN-S

single phase loads earthing system

 
 
  • 4.2 If voltages other than those listed are required, the means for transformation shall be

 
 

supplied with the mechanical equipment.

 
 

client:

SC "Klaipėdos Nafta"

 

project:

 
title: Crude oil vapour utilization from railway estacada Specification Electrical RequirementsVapour Recovery Unit

title:

Crude oil vapour utilization from railway estacada Specification Electrical RequirementsVapour Recovery Unit

 

office:

Kaunas

Order:

73256

document: 4199030

 

rev.:

0

sheet: 7

of:

23

5 Design and drawings 5.1 The complete electrical system shall be designed for a reliable service,
5
Design and drawings
5.1
The complete electrical system shall be designed for a reliable service, highest degree of
flexibility, consistent with good practice, safety to personnel and sound economics with a
maximum interchangeability of equipment.
5.2
Switchgear interrupting capacities, cable sizes etc., shall be calculated and selected in line
with good practice.
A system design shall be prepared containing the short circuit calculation, relay settings and
coordination curves.
The system diagram shall show and define the complete electrical system, circuit breaker
and switch interrupting capacities, short circuit ratings, relay- and metering devices, motor
loads, etc.
5.3
The distribution, installation and utilisation of electricity shall conform to the standards as
mentioned under part. 2.
The distribution system shall be designed and installed to provide a maximum of circuit
reliability consistent with good economics and convenience of operation.
The electrical system switching shall be so arranged to allow sections of switchgears and
feeders to be isolated and de-energized for maintenance with un-interrupted service to
critical areas.
5.4
Drawings shall consist of complete plans and elevations showing equipment locations,
power and control cable lay-out, grounding lay-out and cable schedule in an orderly
numerical sequence, etc.
The drawings shall also include all wiring and elementary diagrams for all items, such as
MCC's, relay cabinets etc. and include all drawings necessary for the proper
interconnection between electrical equipment.
For each motor a motor data sheet shall be filled in.
5.5
All drawings shall be an accurate representation of the electrical system as installed, in such
a manner that they may serve the owner as a convenient guide for future operation and
maintenance.
All drawings, as far as concerned in scope of Vendor, shall contain the complete
information required for installation.
Drawings, symbols etc. shall follow the Vendor's standards and procedures and comply
with the standards as mentioned in part. 2.
client:
project:
title:
SC "Klaipėdos Nafta"
Crude oil vapour utilization from railway estacada
Specification Electrical RequirementsVapour Recovery Unit
office:
Kaunas
Order:
73256
document: 4199030
rev.:
0
sheet: 8
of:
23
6 Equipment 6.1 All equipment for as far as included in contractors scope shall be new,
6
Equipment
6.1
All equipment for as far as included in contractors scope shall be new, adequate for the
application and comply with the requirements of the codes as specified in part 2.
6.2
All equipment such as switchgear, distribution panels, control panels etc., shall be located
indoors, in a non-hazardous area and shall be in general of the sheet steel enclosure type.
6.3
All operational equipment shall be identified by non-corrosive (resopal, PVC laminated)
nameplates, which shall contain the following:
Manufacturer's name
Serial- and Model no.
Equipment no.
Warning sign if required, etc.
Weight.
Year of manufacture.
6.4
All labels, plates, etc. must be either bolted or riveted; glueing by any means whatsoever is
prohibited.
6.5
All parts carrying more than 42V AC shall be protected adequately against live contact.
client:
project:
title:
SC "Klaipėdos Nafta"
Crude oil vapour utilization from railway estacada
Specification Electrical RequirementsVapour Recovery Unit
office:
Kaunas
Order:
73256
document: 4199030
rev.:
0
sheet: 9
of:
23
7 Electric motors 7.1 All electric motors shall comply with the standards as mentioned under part
7
Electric motors
7.1
All electric motors shall comply with the standards as mentioned under part 2 and shall be
delivered in standarized types with dimensions and power rates conform to I.E.C.-
recommendations.
7.2
Electric motors shall be totally enclosed, fan-cooled, non-sparking, weatherproof and
suitable for the classification of area where used.
Enclosure type IP54 with IP55 terminal box or as indicated on the motor data sheet.
7.3
The electric motors shall be of squirrel-cage-induction type, for direct on-line starting.
7.4
The electric motors will perform in such a way that under normal load an overtemperature in
the winding of 80°C for L.V.-motors is not exceeded.
7.5
All windings shall be brought out to the terminal box; three phase windings shall be
connected star or delta, according to the data sheet.
7.6
Motors shall be equipped with anti-condensation heaters, when specified on the data
sheets.
7.7
L.V.-electric motors shall be protected against short circuit by means of fuses or circuit
breakers and against overload by means of an adjustable hand re-setting thermal
overcurrent device, connected in 3 phases.
7.8
All protection devices shall be located in starter units, housed in switchgears and/or motor
control centers.
7.9
Motors with frequency converter operation and located within areas classified as hazardous,
shall be provided with 3 PTC thermistors in the windings.
client:
project:
title:
SC "Klaipėdos Nafta"
Crude oil vapour utilization from railway estacada
Specification Electrical RequirementsVapour Recovery Unit
office:
Kaunas
Order:
73256
document: 4199030
rev.:
0
sheet: 10
of:
23
8 Control 8.1 Control and alarm circuits shall be designed fail-safe i.e. open circuiting of one
8
Control
8.1
Control and alarm circuits shall be designed fail-safe i.e. open circuiting of one wire, short-
circuiting of one wire or failure of a component shall not permit machinery to start-up.
Failures shall trip an overload element, or render equipment inoperative, or sound an alarm.
8.2
Electrical equipment shall be selected on the basis that a 20 % voltage dip of two seconds
duration does not cause the equipment to shutdown.
8.3
Suitable circuit protection shall be supplied for controls so that any one electrical fault does
not affect more than one unit or system. The protection can be accomplished by either
circuit breaker or fuse.
8.4
A disconnecting means shall be provided to permit servicing of individual systems or
control components. The means of disconnection shall be padlocked when in the
disconnected position and shall be near on in sight of the components.
8.5
Where electrically operated circuit breakers or magnetically operated starters are used,
they shall be controlled from a start/stop pushbutton, located in a position providing safe
and convenient operation.
8.6
Motor starter units shall in general provide local control by means of a motor control station.
The motor control station shall be in sight of and near the motor. Each motor will have a
safety switch with provisions for pad locking in the "off" position.
All non-reversing motor starters shall in general provide local control by means of a
pushbutton station.
All reversing motor starters shall in general provide local control by means of a change-over
for left or right direction and a start/stop pushbutton as an integral.
8.7
Units which are controlled by automatic devices and/or for remote control shall be provided
with a 3 position selector switch.
In the auto-position the unit shall be under control of the automatic actuating device and in
the hand-, position the automatic devices shall be disconnected and shall be operated
manually.
client:
project:
title:
SC "Klaipėdos Nafta"
Crude oil vapour utilization from railway estacada
Specification Electrical RequirementsVapour Recovery Unit
office:
Kaunas
Order:
73256
document: 4199030
rev.:
0
sheet: 11
of:
23
 
  • 8.8 Units controlled by process switches shall be controlled by means of interposing relays,

 
 

which are energized via the shutdown or interlocking systems.

 
 
  • 8.9 Where necessary starter units shall be provided with auto-restart features during Voltage

 
 

dips of two seconds and where required with automatic change-over switching.

 
 

8.10

Motor control stations located in hazardous areas shall be of a certified explosion-proof

 
 

design and conform to the standards mentioned under part.3.

 
 

client:

SC "Klaipėdos Nafta"

 

project:

 
title: Crude oil vapour utilization from railway estacada Specification Electrical RequirementsVapour Recovery Unit

title:

Crude oil vapour utilization from railway estacada Specification Electrical RequirementsVapour Recovery Unit

 

office:

Kaunas

Order:

73256

document: 4199030

rev.:

0

sheet: 12

of:

23

9 Wiring and cabling 9.1 The design and selection of wiring and cables shall in every
9
Wiring and cabling
9.1
The design and selection of wiring and cables shall in every respect comply with the
relevant IEC standards.
9.2
The maximum allowable Voltage drops shall be as follows:
a)
Main incoming feeders 2%
b)
Motor power feeders 5%
c)
Lighting circuits 3%
9.3
Cable runs shall be routed around the skid by using cable tray and/or conduits. The
maximum length of unsupported cable runs shall be ten (10) centimetres.
9.4
In general, copper conductor, XLPE insulated, P.V.C. sheated cables shall be used for low
Voltage power cables.
9.5
In general for instrument distribution, lighting etc., copper conductor, XLPE insulated,
P.V.C. sheated cables shall be used.
9.6
The minimum cross sectional area for conductors shall be for power cables 2.5 sq.mm and
for control cables 1.5 sq.mm.
9.7
All cables shall be numbered in a numerical order and shall be sized for the most
economical solution taking into account derating factors and maximum allowable Voltage
drop where applicable.
9.8
Cables leaving cable tray shall be mechanically protected and supported by conduits.
9.9
Cable
routes
shall be located remote from high temperature process
lines
or
high
temperature surfaces.
9.10
Cable trays shall be close type with expanded metal bottoms or rungs.
9.11
Cable trays shall be designed to withstand a loading of 60 kg/m. without bending.
9.12
Cable tray shall be supported from pipeways, structures or buildings.
9.13
Intrinsically safe cables shall run separately from other power and instrument cables.
9.14
All wiring etc. for external circuits shall be wired to terminals.
client:
project:
title:
SC "Klaipėdos Nafta"
Crude oil vapour utilization from railway estacada
Specification Electrical RequirementsVapour Recovery Unit
office:
Kaunas
Order:
73256
document: 4199030
rev.:
0
sheet: 13
of:
23
9.15 All wiring and terminals shall be securely fixed and easily accessible. The wiring shall be
9.15
All wiring and terminals shall be securely fixed and easily accessible. The wiring shall be
adequate for the circuit full load.
9.16
Terminals for external control and alarm circuits shall be suitable for 1.5 sq.mm copper
conductors.
9.17
All cabling and wiring on the package other than main motor connections shall be
terminated at a central location on the package, to enable the buyer to connect the feeder
cable(s) and control cable(s) in a practical manner. Motor feeders will be connected to the
motor terminal box directly.
9.18
Terminal list and electrical devices shall be provided with identification numbers and clearly
marked. All wiring shall be fitted with identification ferrules.
9.19
These identification numbers shall be visibly duplicated on the equipment. They shall also
appear on all vendor wiring and lay out drawings.
9.20
All cable glands shall be of the compression type, suitable for use in the area as stated on
the data sheet which it is to be employed.
Each cable gland shall be provided with a PVC shroud which shall be in addition to the
normal seals in the gland.
client:
project:
title:
SC "Klaipėdos Nafta"
Crude oil vapour utilization from railway estacada
Specification Electrical RequirementsVapour Recovery Unit
office:
Kaunas
Order:
73256
document: 4199030
rev.:
0
sheet: 14
of:
23
10 Low voltage switchgears and/or motor control centres 10.1 The equipment shall in every respect comply
10
Low voltage switchgears and/or motor control centres
10.1
The equipment shall in every respect comply with the relevant national standards and local
electrical supply company regulations.
10.2
The equipment shall comply with the latest edition of I.E.C. publications as mentioned
under part. 2.
10.3
All parts of the equipment shall withstand a rated short circuit current of 20 kA or as
calculated under 5.2 without damage.
10.4
The equipment supplier shall be called upon to present a detailed statement of evidence
supporting the making and breaking capacity of the equipment.
10.5
The equipment shall be cubicle type, free standing, floor mounted, totally enclosed in
accordance with I.E.C. class IP41 min. for indoor and IP55 outside. When equipment is
located in hazardous areas, the enclosure shall meet the requirements of the area