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TEP 5-3-1

VALVE DESIGN AND SELECTION CRITERIA

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TABLE OF CONTENTS
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REFERENCES........................................................................................................................................2

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DEFINITIONS..........................................................................................................................................3

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VALVE STANDARDS ............................................................................................................................6

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VALVE COMPONENT MATERIALS.....................................................................................................6

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GENERAL VALVE REQUIREMENTS ..................................................................................................6

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SPECIFIC VALVE REQUIREMENTS ...................................................................................................9

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GATE VALVES ................................................................................................................................................9
COMPACT AND EXTENDED BODY GATE AND GLOBE VALVES ......................................................................9
DUCTILE IRON GATE VALVES ........................................................................................................................9
GLOBE VALVES..............................................................................................................................................9
BELLOWS SEAL VALVES ..............................................................................................................................10
CHECK VALVES ...........................................................................................................................................10
PLUG VALVES ..............................................................................................................................................10
BALL VALVES ...............................................................................................................................................10
BUTTERFLY VALVES FOR HYDROCARBON SERVICE ...................................................................................10
BUTTERFLY VALVES FOR WATER SERVICE ................................................................................................10
PRESSURE RELIEF VALVES.........................................................................................................................10
CONTROL VALVES .......................................................................................................................................10

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ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS FOR BLOCK VALVES AND BLEED VALVES ...........................10

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VALVE INSPECTION AND TESTING.................................................................................................12

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REQUIREMENTS FOR GEAR OPERATORS....................................................................................12

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REQUIREMENTS FOR VALVES NOT COVERED BY THIS PRACTICE ........................................13

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RECONDITIONED VALVES ................................................................................................................13

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TABLES.................................................................................................................................................14

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REVISION LOG ....................................................................................................................................22

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TEP 5-3-1

VALVE DESIGN AND SELECTION CRITERIA

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Date: 04/2015
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This Practice covers requirements governing valve selection and design, including the use of
single and double block valves and bleed valves. It also covers the requirements for gear
operators for valves. Refer to the Environmental Design TEP 3-1-1 for design requirements to
satisfy environmental regulations.

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Any deviation from this Practice must be approved by the procedure described in TEP 1-1-3.

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This Practice also covers minimum design and testing requirements for valves not covered by
other Transportation Engineering Practices.

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An asterisk (*) indicated that a decision by the Owner’s Engineer or Owner is required, or that
additional information is furnished by the Purchaser.

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A revision bar indicates all changes to this Revision.

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REFERENCES
The latest edition of the following standards and publications are referred to herein
Standards and Publications

Transportation Engineering Practices
TEP 1-1-3
TEP 3-1-1
TEP 3-7-1
TEP 5-1-2
TEP 5-2-1
TEP 5-3-3
TEP 5-3-4
TEP 5-3-5
TEP 5-3-6
TEP 5-3-7
TEP 5-3-8
TEP 5-3-9
TEP 5-3-10
TEP 5-3-11
TEP 5-3-12
TEP 5-3-13
TEP 5-3-14
TEP 5-3-16
TEP 5-3-17
TEP 5-3-18
TEP 5-3-19
TEP 5-3-20
TEP 5-3-21
TEP 5-3-23
TEP 5-3-24
TEP 5-5-1
TEP 5-6-2

Deviations to the Transportation Engineering Practices
Environmental Design
Pressure Relieving Systems
Piping Layout
Selection of Piping Components and Materials
Gate Valves
Cast Iron and Ductile Iron Gate Valves, Flanged Ends
Globe Valves
Compact and Extended Body Steel Gate and Globe Valves
Bellows Seal Valves
Check Valves
Plug Valves
Ball Valves
Butterfly Valves for Hydrocarbon Services
Butterfly Valves for Utility Service
Cyclic Reformer Motor Operated Valves
Pressure Relief Valves
Three-Way Valves for Tandem PRV Installations
Control Valves, Actuators and Accessories
FCCU Flue Gas Block and Bypass Valves
FCCU Slide Valves
Double Flanged High Performance Rotary Valves for Hydrocarbon Service
Supplemental Requirements for Valves
Valve Packing
Valve Inspection and Testing
Piping Fabrication
Piping for Rotating Equipment

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Flanges. This document may not be used or reproduced without the permission of Phillips 66 Pipeline LLC. Corrosion-Resistant. Threaded.1 ASME B31. Lug. Angle and Check Valves Publications Environmental Regulatory References for TEP 5-3-1 are included in the appropriate TEP 3-1-1 Piping Appendix. Division 2 Power Piping Process Piping Pipeline Transportation Systems for Liquid Hydrocarbons and Other Liquids Gas Transportation and Distribution Piping Systems Pipe Flanges and Flanged Fittings Forged Steel Fittings. Globe.4 ASME B31.and Wafer-Type API 602 API 603 API 608 API 609 MSS Specifications MSS SP-25 MSS SP-45 MSS SP-70 MSS SP-80 Standard Marking System for Valves. and Welding End Steel Gate Valves – Flanged or Butt-Welding Ends. and Welding End Cast Bronze Threaded Fittings Ductile Iron Pipe Flanges and Flanged Fittings Large Diameter Steel Flanges (NPS 26 through NPS 60) API Publications API 591 API 526 API 594 API 598 API 599 API 600 User Acceptance of Refinery Valves Flanged Steel Pressure Relief Valves Check Valves: Wafer. Socket–Welding and Threaded Valves – Fanged. Threaded and Welding End Butterfly Valves: Double Flanged. Welding and Extended Body Ends Class 150. and Double Flanged Type Valve Inspection and Testing Metal Plug Valves – Flanged.5 ASME B16.34 ASME B16.TEP 5-3-1 VALVE DESIGN AND SELECTION CRITERIA Revision 0. Printed on: 11-23-2015 4:36 pm . Water-Lug. Flanged End Gate Valves Metal Ball Valves – Flanged.15 ASME B16. Cast.3 ASME B31.47 Power Boilers Pressure Vessels.42 ASME B16. Flanged and Threaded Ends Bronze Gate. and Unions By-Pass and Drain Connection Standard Cast Iron Gate Valves.2 Date: 04/2015 Page: 3 of 22 Standards and Publications Material Requirements for Aggressive Environmental Services Supplemental Requirements for Metallic Materials Fire Protection Shields for Wafer Valves Design of Instrumentation and Control Systems TEP 10-2-1 TEP 10-2-2 TEP 11-2-2 TEP 12-1-1 ASME Codes and Standards ASME I ASME VIII-Div. 1 ASME VIII-DIv. Division 1 Pressure Vessels. Alternative Rules. Fittings. Threaded.11 ASME B16. Threaded. 2 ASME B31. – Maintained by E2G Printed copies are not controlled.8 ASME B16. Bolted and Pressure Seal Bonnets Compact Steel Gate Valves – Flanged.

and hydrofluoric acid. wet hydrogen sulfide. Highly corrosive material. such as hydrogen and carbon disulfide. and other vapors.TEP 5-3-1 VALVE DESIGN AND SELECTION CRITERIA Revision 0. These included process cooling water. 3. water. Also. a liquid having flash point at or above 100°F. API Gravity = 141.1 Aggressive Environmental Service (AES) – Process services which result in material degradation such as cracking. SG is the specific gravity of the fluid.4 Check Valves – Valves that automatically prevent reversal of flow. – Maintained by E2G Printed copies are not controlled. 3. ball and lift check valves. and other materials recognized as injurious to personnel. This document may not be used or reproduced without the permission of Phillips 66 Pipeline LLC.5 Class 300 rating and higher. temperature. and severe pitting and/or corrosion. burner piping (at burners). Flammable and combustible fluids with operating temperatures above their flash points.5 SG 3. cyanides. a liquid having a flash point below 100°F and having a vapor pressure not exceeding 40 psia at 100°F is known as a Class I liquid. 3. and other services where special trim or type of gate for block valves is not required. Some typical examples are: utility connections to process lines or equipment. 3. such as acid.0 DEFINITIONS 3. AES process fluids are defined in TEP 10-2-1.2 Date: 04/2015 Page: 4 of 22 3. Printed on: 11-23-2015 4:36 pm . 3. butterfly. Combustible liquids are subdivided as follows: 3. amine. blistering. product segregation to prevent contamination. ASME B16. 3. The ball. The types most commonly used in a Plant are the swing (single and dual) plate.10 General Service – Applications for valves other than onstream equipment isolation. Class I liquids are subdivided as follows: 3.13 Lubricating Service – Is defined as a hydrocarbon service 68° API and heavier and other services which provide inherent lubricating qualities. and others according to regulation and local health practice. flushing and cleaning connections. caustic.12 Line Service Classification – Defines the design pressure.709 specific gravity). (or rating). material.5 Combustible Liquid – Per NFPA 30. 3. and globe valve types may also be used as block valves. or segregation for safety. caustic.8 Flammable Liquids – Per NFPA 30. and corrosion allowance of a piping system. hydrocarbon vapors.6 Control Valve – A valve that may be opened or closed to regulate the flow of water to all or part of a fire protection system using water from either a private or public fire water main. Boiler feedwater and steam. plug. chlorine.7 Dangerous Materials – Materials as defined below: 1) 2) 3) 4) 5) Toxic materials such as phenol. hydrogen sulfide.2 API Gravity – API Gravity is defined by the following equation. appointed engineer or inspector. 3. generally without throttling or variable control capability.5  131. and vents and drains. In this equation.9 Flammable materials – Flammable liquids.3 Block Valves – Are valves that provide “completely on” or “completely off” flow control of a fluid in a piping system. scaling. Light hydrocarbons. 3. and caustic. Examples of such services are hydrogen service. valves under safety valves. instrument air.11 Inspector – A Phillips 66 Pipeline LLC. that are readily ignitable when released to atmosphere. lighter than 68 degrees API gravity (0.

22 Purchaser – The party placing a direct purchase order. vessels. at process unit limits. – Maintained by E2G Printed copies are not controlled. Printed on: 11-23-2015 4:36 pm . compressors. valves in some equipment bypasses (such as reactor inlet and effluent). process air. The purchaser is the Owner’s This document may not be used or reproduced without the permission of Phillips 66 Pipeline LLC. fabricated components. 3.1 lb/gal. steam turbines. pressure relief valves and furnaces. a valve in a unit bypass.g.18 On-stream Equipment Isolation – An application referred to in this Practice to indicate the need for the isolation of equipment or a unit from service for the purpose of repairs. An indirect order is one issued to a manufacturer by a vendor (recipient of a direct order) for materials.21 Product Segregation to Prevent Contamination – Is an application referred to in this Practice to indicate that special requirements are necessary to prevent mixing of separate fluid streams which would result in unacceptable contamination if fluid on either side of the valve. 3.15 Manufacturer – The recipient of a direct or indirect purchase order for materials and/or equipment. steam. cleaning. In this context. 3.25 Soft Seat – Defines valve closures employing a non–metal to metal seat to effect a seal. Equipment which usually falls into this category includes pumps. Normally. 3. dryers. Teflon. The through-drilled lug designed valves are held in place by the compressive force transmitted from the flange bolts to the valve body. Typical locations where onstream equipment isolation is required are: at spared equipment and equipment capable of being bypassed. which are provided with a spare or are able to be bypassed. contain special trim to obtain greater assurances of tight shutoff. Also. designated representative. These services require that the valve. including vapor. either one or two block valves are required for this application.23 Segregation for Safety – An application referred to in this Practice to indicate that special requirements are necessary for the segregation of fluids which could result in an explosive mixture. Ball valve seat rings usually contain a non-metal insert or are non-metallic.20 Owner’s Engineer – A Phillips 66 Pipeline LLC. two block valves are required for this application.16 Non-Dangerous Materials – As used herein. usually a gate. either one or two blocks valves are required for this application. 3. and process gases are included in this category. Depending on design conditions and fluid service. In gate valves. Some typical examples are: Jumpover connections between product lines.19 Owner – Phillips 66 Pipeline LLC. appointed engineer.24 Slurry Service – A fluid service with a solids content greater than 0. and at tankage. a direct order is one issued to a manufacturer by a contractor or the Owner. or subassemblies. 3. inspection of that equipment while the remainder of the plant continues in operation. A typical example is cyclic reformer reactor and regeneration block valves. 3. includes all materials not listed as Dangerous Materials above.14 Lug Type Valve – Describes a valve type which is installed between mating pipe flanges where the valve body has bolt holes that are either through-drilled or tapped and protect the bolts. in the gate or seat ring. the non–metallic seat is an insert. 3.17 Non-Lubricating Service – Is defined as hydrocarbons lighter than 68° API.2 Date: 04/2015 Page: 5 of 22 3. e. 3.TEP 5-3-1 VALVE DESIGN AND SELECTION CRITERIA Revision 0. where air and hydrogen-hydrocarbon vapors are segregated. and at product distribution manifolds. 3. Depending on design conditions and fluid service. 3.

ratings. defined in accordance with ASME B31. 5.3 as Category D.3. The design gauge pressure does not exceed 150 psi.0 GENERAL VALVE REQUIREMENTS 6. all valves shall be purchased to the applicable Transportation Engineering Practice listed in Table 1. 5.1 All valves shall be suitable for the line service classification. in which all of the following apply: 1) 2) 3) The fluid handled is non-flammable. body/seat surface.0 VALVE COMPONENT MATERIALS 5. 5. 3. The use of valves produced to industry standards not listed in Table 1 is prohibited. – Maintained by E2G Printed copies are not controlled. and are subject to the approval of the Owner’s Engineer.0 VALVE STANDARDS Information on valve sizes.2 of ASME B31.3 (*) Unless otherwise specified by the Owner’s Engineer. low alloy steel. The design temperature is from -20°F through 366°F 3. globe. This includes wafer type valves. Also. (Exception: NPS 3 and This document may not be used or reproduced without the permission of Phillips 66 Pipeline LLC. 6. 5.6 (*) Temperature limits for soft seat materials shall be as indicated in Table 3. gate seat surface. packing.26 Utility Service – A fluid service. refer to TEP 3-1-1 for environmental requirements for Valves.4 Supplemental material requirements for carbon steel. Single or double valves at a classification change shall be suitable for the more severe line classification on either side of the valve(s) location. and angle valves (located above grade) shall be the OS&Y type. 4. non-toxic.2 Trim materials for valves shall be in accordance with the applicable Industry Standard listed in Table 1. chemistry control. selection of Valve Trim materials shall be in accordance with Table 2. stainless steel and high alloys are stipulated in TEP 10-2-2. These requirements include items such as carbon equivalent. and “long body” type valve which have the vane or plug fully contained within the valve body when in the open position.27 Valve Trim – The valve trim includes the following components: stem.28 Wafer Type Valve – Describes a valve type which is installed between mating pipe flanges and is held in place by the compressive force transmitted from the flange bolts to the valve body. 5. and not damaging to human tissues as defined in paragraph 300. and other internal parts that contact the fluid. 6. and packing tolerances and clearances shall comply with the requirements of TEP 5-3-23. Printed on: 11-23-2015 4:36 pm .2 Date: 04/2015 Page: 6 of 22 3.2 All NPS 3/4 and larger metallic gate. In addition. bushing or a deposited weld for the backseat and stem hole guide.1 Valve material selection shall be in accordance with TEP 5-2-1 and the additional requirements of this Practice.5 Material for valve stem finish. The final selection of Trim materials shall be based on the order of precedence of the Trim Service Classification Column in Table 2.TEP 5-3-1 VALVE DESIGN AND SELECTION CRITERIA Revision 0. heat treatment and Charpy impact requirements. 5. industry standards and the relevant Transportation Engineering Practices are shown in Table 1 for the different valve types approved for use. All of these valves shall have bolted packing glands. Pressure limits at the corresponding temperature limits shall be based on the Manufacturer’s standard.

Socket weld end valves shall be supplied as follows: 1) 2) 3) Metal seated valves in all services regardless of PWHT requirements can be supplied without nipples.10 All small forged valves (i. It is preferred that carbon steel and low-alloy steel gate. if required. 6. or with bonnets secured by U-bolts shall not be used. – Maintained by E2G Printed copies are not controlled. 6.) 6. 6. 6.5 Valves with bonnets or covers secured to bodies by less than four bolts or cap screws. Printed on: 11-23-2015 4:36 pm . The use of welding end valves for services other than steam must be approved by the Owner’s Engineer. Their use requires approval from the Owner’s Engineer.11 (*) Carbon steel and low-alloy steel gate valves greater than NPS 2 shall have welded-in seats or seal-weld threaded seats. NPS 2 and smaller valves Class 2500: Pressure-Seal Bonnet. shall be in accordance with TEP 5-5-2. The nipple material shall be suitable for the line service classification. Soft seated valves which are in services that do not require PWHT can be supplied without nipples.7 (*) Unless otherwise specified by the Owner’s Engineer. Cast iron gate and check valves may be used in firewater systems where UL/FM approval is required. non-corrosive services. Although alternative bonnet designs are allowed per Table 4. and shall be used instead of gate valve-plus-nipple assemblies if available in the required materials and ASME pressure ratings. not machined from a forging.12 (*) In services where zero stem leakage is required. consideration should be given to bellowssealed valves. All welding procedures are subject to approval of the Owner’s Engineer.e.TEP 5-3-1 VALVE DESIGN AND SELECTION CRITERIA Revision 0. Cast iron air vent and vacuum This document may not be used or reproduced without the permission of Phillips 66 Pipeline LLC. with an ASME Class 900 rating and higher.2 Date: 04/2015 Page: 7 of 22 smaller bronze gate.6 Valve end construction requirements shall be in accordance with TEP 5-5-1 and the applicable valve Transportation Engineering Practice. globe. except valves in ASME Class 600 steam service shall have buttwelding ends. 6.3 Valve bonnets or covers are typically a Bolted Bonnet. see Table 1. This requirement must be specified on the appropriate valve data sheet by the Purchaser. and angle valves have seat rings welded into the body. If the seat rings are not hard faced and welded into the body. Soft seated valves which are in services that require post weld heat treatment (PWHT) of the socket weld shall have 6 inch long nipples welded into the sockets. 6. PWHT. and angle valves may be the ISRS type with a screwed packing gland. 6. the following bonnet designs are recommended for all valves except instrument-type valves: 1) 2) 3) 4) NPS 3 and larger valves Class 1500 and less: Bolted Bonnet. 6.13 (*) Ductile iron valves shall be used only in water service. valves NPS 2 and smaller shall have socket welded ends.8 (*) Valves NPS 3 and larger inches shall be flanged. globe.9 (*) Approved integrally reinforced extended body gate valves are preferred for valve connections NPS 2 and smaller. they shall be solid alloy. NPS 2 and smaller valves Class 1500 and less: Bolted Bonnet. and shall be heat treated prior to final valve assembly. 6. Welded Bonnet. NPS 2 and smaller) must be forged to shape. NPS 3 and larger valves Class 2500: Bolted Bonnet.4 Valves with pressure-seal bonnets may be considered for steam or other clean. The bonnet design requirements are stipulated in Table 4. or Pressure Seal Bonnet design. 6.

TEP 5-3-1 VALVE DESIGN AND SELECTION CRITERIA Revision 0.  Where double block and bleed capability is specified. They are not used in lines specified to be mechanically cleaned or “pigged”. 1) 2) 3) 4) 5) 6) 7) 8) 6. or coking services. This requirement does not apply to lug type valves. Double flanged valves are preferred and lug type valves may be used when there are space limitations. Drains are installed at all additional low points caused by the installation of such valves.  They shall not be used as the first block valves for the holdup of large volumes of fluids. Lug type valves shall not be used as the first block valve against storage tanks or vessels containing dangerous materials. They are not used in erosive applications such as slurries. fluidized solids. They are not used as block valves associated with pressure relief devices and flare pipe headers.16 The following limitations apply to wafer and lug type valves: 1) 2) 3) 4) 6.15 (*) Venturi or smaller than line size valves (with reducers) may be used instead of full port valves of the following criteria is satisfied. The reduced section modulus is considered in the piping flexibility design. such as brass or bronze. The use of cast iron valves in all other services is prohibited. shall not be used for services in which failure of the valve in a fire would prevent flow to any process pump. – Maintained by E2G Printed copies are not controlled. Printed on: 11-23-2015 4:36 pm . Fire-safe type butterfly valves may be used in dangerous material services. or the first block valves for the holdup of large volumes of fluids. plug. This document may not be used or reproduced without the permission of Phillips 66 Pipeline LLC. 6. Such valves are not used in horizontal lines sloped for continuous draining.14 Low melting point alloy valves.17 The increased pressure drop is considered in the design of the piping. For design temperature > 400°F the body material of through-drilled lug type valves shall have the same nominal coefficient of thermal expansion as the bolting material and adjacent flanges. but do not retroactively apply shields to wafer valves operating greater than 250°F. Fire-safe type ball and plug valves may be used in dangerous materials services except as block valves to the atmosphere. the installation shall consist of two valves with a spool piece and bleed valve between. respectively. Existing wafer type valves shall have a fire protection shield in accordance with TEP 11-22. The following limitations apply to soft seated ball. 6. The use of venturi or smaller than line size valves is subject to the approval of the Owner’s Engineer. or butterfly valves shall be used for all non-Utility Fluid Services regardless of operating temperature.  The design shall be bi-directional. steam header.2 Date: 04/2015 Page: 8 of 22 valves may be used in low pressure water and sewer service subject to approval by the Owner’s Engineer. or severe fouling. caking. Wafer type valves shall not be used in hydrocarbon service. and other process and general services subject to the following limitations:  They shall not be used as block valves to the atmosphere. plug and butterfly valves: 1) 2) 3) Fire-safe type ball. or emergency steam line. They are not to be used at pressure relief valve inlets or outlets. or shall meet the design temperatures and pressures specified for the preferred and non-preferred flow directions.

6 below.5 API 603 valves shall not be used where the specified corrosion allowance of the connecting pipe exceeds 0.7 (*) For valves NPS 10 and smaller.4.1. Split-wedge and double-disc gate valves shall be only installed with the valve stem in vertical position. 7.1. Printed on: 11-23-2015 4:36 pm . 7.2 Compact and Extended Body Gate and Globe Valves 7.1 Compact and extended body gate and globe valves shall be in accordance with the requirements of this Practice and TEP 5-3-6. This document may not be used or reproduced without the permission of Phillips 66 Pipeline LLC. shall not be used in services with dangerous materials. other reduced port valves may be used when approved or specified by the Owner’s Engineer.18 Valves for operating temperatures less than -150°F shall have an extended bonnet so that the packing gland is removed from the cold zone to insure proper packing protection.1.03 inches or where a pressure rating greater than ASME Class 150 is specified. 7. be prepared to replace valve at the next opportunity. 6. 7.19 (*) The use of fabricated valves per ASME B16.2 Date: 04/2015 Page: 9 of 22 4) Soft seated valves must pass both the through body and external leakage requirements per the current edition of API 607.4 Globe Valves 7.8 Gate valves shall not be used to control flow. requires prior approval from the Owner’s Engineer. bonnetless or bonnet type. 7. as well as the use of valves with special class or intermediate ratings per this Standard.1.3 Ductile Iron Gate Valves Ductile iron gate valves shall be in accordance with the requirements of this Practice and TEP 5-3-4. 7. API 602 and API 606 gate valves are acceptable reduced port valves.2. 7.2 Motor operated gate valves used in Cyclic Reformer Service shall be in accordance with this Practice and TEP 5-3-13. 7. 7. 6.1 Globe valves shall be in accordance with the requirements of this Practice and TEP 5-3-5.6 If lower than horizontal installation is required for flexible or solid wedge gate valves.2 Requirements for valves with a bellows seal stem are stipulated in paragraph 7. – Maintained by E2G Printed copies are not controlled.1. the end flanges shall not be more than one nominal pipe size larger than the nominal port size.2.TEP 5-3-1 VALVE DESIGN AND SELECTION CRITERIA Revision 0.1. 7. All fabricated valves shall meet the requirements of Section 11.1.34. 6. Examples are pressure seal bonnet gate valves conforming to ASME B16. Extended bonnets shall not be insulated.4 Knife gate valves.0 SPECIFIC VALVE REQUIREMENTS 7. If control of flow with a gate valve is required in an emergency.1 Gate Valves 7. 7.1 Gate valves shall be in accordance with the requirements of this Practice and TEP 5-3-3. the valve bonnet shall be provided with a drain.34.0 of this Practice.3 Compact and Extended Body Gate Valves shall be in accordance with the requirements of this Practice and TEP 5-3-6.1.20 (*) A valve Manufacturer with whom an order has been placed shall not suborder assembled valves from other sources without approval from the Owner’s Engineer. 7.

7. 7.6 Lift check valves shall not be used in services subject to fouling.6. 7. 7.8 Ball Valves Ball valves shall be in accordance with the requirements of this Practice and TEP 5-3-10. Printed on: 11-23-2015 4:36 pm . This document may not be used or reproduced without the permission of Phillips 66 Pipeline LLC.3 Dual and single plate lug type check valves per API 594 shall not be used in reciprocating compressor or pump service. shall be marked on the valve tag.6. 7. 7.2 Sizing of pressure relief valves shall be per TEP 3-7-1. 7.9 Butterfly Valves for Hydrocarbon Service Butterfly valves for use in hydrocarbon service shall be in accordance with the requirements of this Practice and TEP 5-3-11.11. 7. coking deposits.2 Compact and Extended Body Globe valves shall be in accordance with the requirements of this Practice and TEP 5-3-6.6. 7. see TEP 5-2-1.6.4 The use of ball check and lift check valves (straight-through type) with union bonnets shall be limited to portions of piping systems where pipe unions are permissible.5 Ball check and lift check valves shall be of the self-closing type (gravity or spring assisted) and shall not depend on flow reversal to effect closure.10 Butterfly Valves for Water Service Butterfly valves for use in utility service shall be in accordance with the requirements of this Practice and TEP 5-3-12.2 The need for and design of external assist or damping devices for the specified check valve type in a specific compressor discharge service shall be based on the full range of operating flow conditions. 7. 7.11.11 Pressure Relief Valves 7.12 Control Valves Control valves shall be in accordance with the requirements of this Practice and TEP 5-3-17. 7.TEP 5-3-1 VALVE DESIGN AND SELECTION CRITERIA Revision 0. – Maintained by E2G Printed copies are not controlled. or erosion. The marking shall indicate the hole size in the flapper plate.7 Check valves with drilled flapper plates for use with rotating equipment.4.1 Pressure relief valves shall be in accordance with this Practice and TEP 5-3-14.6.5 Bellows Seal Valves Bellows seal valves shall be in accordance with the requirements of this Practice and TEP 5-37. 7.2 Date: 04/2015 Page: 10 of 22 7. 7. 7.6 Check Valves 7.1 Steel and ductile iron check valves. see TEP 5-6-2.7 Plug Valves Steel and ductile iron plug valves shall be in accordance with the requirements of this Practice and TEP 5-3-9. flanged end and lug type or wafer type with single or dual flapper plates.6. shall be in accordance with the requirements of this Practice and TEP 5-3-8.6.

or butterfly valves are permitted for use as EBVs in areas where there is only a remote chance of fire. Valves are tested to comply with the allowable leakage rates of API 598 for metal-seated gate valves. 8. regardless of size.5 Class 300. 8. 1) 2) 3) 4) 5) Onstream equipment isolation (including instruments). Slurry service. unless buttwelding end valves are specified. bleed valves shall be located as follows: 8.2 Date: 04/2015 Page: 11 of 22 8. Product segregation to prevent contamination.8 Additional requirements for EBVs are provided in TEP 3-3-1. (For example: valves located at the shore end of a marine pier at a minimum distance of 100 feet from the source of a potential leak. EBVs designated as Type 2 that are size NPS 10 and larger or that are rated above ASME B16. 8.3. the valve shall be installed on the cooler side of all shell-and-tube and double pipe heat exchangers.1 Block valve isolation requirements are specified in Table 4 for the following services.2.2. General service applications. plugged. 8. 8. or piped to a safe location when specified. Between the PR device and the outlet block valve when the PR device discharges to a vessel.6 Unless otherwise specified.2 EBVs designated as Type 4 and which require fireproofing of the actuator and leads shall have an extended bonnet and stem if the valves will be operating in services above 700°F.2. This document may not be used or reproduced without the permission of Phillips 66 Pipeline LLC. see Section 3. and double butterfly valve installations are provided with a bleed valve (between the valves). 8.4 of this Practice.TEP 5-3-1 VALVE DESIGN AND SELECTION CRITERIA Revision 0. – Maintained by E2G Printed copies are not controlled.5 Soft seated fire-safe type ball plug. 8. 8.0 of this Practice for definitions.1 EBVs shall be flanged.3.4 Metal-seated ball valves.2. or to pressurized piping other than a flare pipe header.2 Acceptable Emergency Block Valve (EBV) types and limitations on the use of EBVs are covered in TEP 5-1-2.0 ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS FOR BLOCK VALVES AND BLEED VALVES 8. When a manually operated bleeder valve is used for overpressure protection against liquid thermal expansion. Ball valves are provided with a body bleed valve. EBVs in isolation services shall be per the following: 8.7 Chainwheel operation is not permitted.3 A plug valve used as an EBV shall be of the lubricated type.3 A single bleed valve. blinded. shall be motor actuated. or two metal-seated butterfly valves are acceptable for use as EBVs under the following conditions: 1) 2) 3) High-temperature stem packing and seats are used. capped.2. shall be provided for all required applications.2. Segregation for safety.1 Between all double valves.2. Except for the exclusions listed in Paragraph 8. 8. This criterion also applies to Battery Limit (BL) valves if they are in dangerous material services.2.) 8.2 For pressure relieving (PR) devices: 1) 2) 3) Between the PR device and the inlet block valve. Printed on: 11-23-2015 4:36 pm .

All block valves NPS 1-1/2 and smaller. ASME Class 150 and 300 rating block valves used for General Services with a design temperature less than or equal to 1000°F.5 The specified bleed valve between double block valves in Slurry Service shall be on the valve body (position C or D. Double disc gate valves. Bleed valves are not required for: 1) 2) 3) 4) Single and double block valves at instrument takeoff connections.2 Date: 04/2015 Page: 12 of 22 8.34 Figure 1 for gate valves). 9. All butterfly valves. Single block valves used for General Services. and not piped to a closed drain system. and ball valves. 8. – Maintained by E2G Printed copies are not controlled. is sufficient to meet the requirement. All other valves not listed in the next Paragraph (8. or to pressurized piping other than a flare pipe header. Printed on: 11-23-2015 4:36 pm .3.0 VALVE INSPECTION AND TESTING (*) Unless otherwise approved by the Owner’s Engineer.7 A double block and bleed valve arrangement shall consist of two block valves with an intervening section of pipe fitted with a bleed valve or two valves bolted together with an intervening bleed valve installed per MSS SP-45. eroded. or fouled such that the installation of a blind would be hazardous. A drain valve already specified in this location. The valves shall be separated by at least six inches of pipe. a double block and bleed valve arrangement shall be provided to isolate equipment that has a spare or may be bypassed temporarily if it is probable a single block valve will become corroded.4 Between the block valve and the associated equipment item for the following service conditions and valves. Where PR devices are installed for thermal liquid expansion protection. flushing and cleaning connections. ASME B16. 8. 8. ASME Class 150 and 300 rating block valves used for Onstream Equipment Isolation for Non-Dangerous Fluid Service with a design temperature less than or equal to 100°F. 1) 2) 3) 4) 8.34 Figure 1 for gate valves). Buttwelding end valves. 8. 8. Double block valves at vents.8 Two block valves with bleed connections per this Practice shall be used when a single valve may be rendered inoperable due to auto-refrigeration of a volatile fluid. see Table 4.3. a bleed connection in the pipe is not required.4 Soft seated gate. ASME B16. No connection other than the bleed valve shall be made between the block valves. except when a Pressure relief valve discharges to a vessel.3. plug. all valves shall be tested in accordance with TEP 5-3-24.4). Extended body valves shall be used for bleed valves when they are available in the required materials and ASME pressure ratings.9 (*) When specified by the Owner’s Engineer.3 On the block valve body (position G or H. This document may not be used or reproduced without the permission of Phillips 66 Pipeline LLC. drains.TEP 5-3-1 VALVE DESIGN AND SELECTION CRITERIA Revision 0.6 Bleed valves shall be NPS 3/4 minimum and shall have socket welded ends. for the following valves NPS 3 and larger: 1) 2) 3) 4) 8.

and butterfly) regardless of size and location in systems such that rapid closure could produce liquid transient effects (water hammer) shall be provided with gear operators.0 RECONDITIONED VALVES The use of reconditioned valves for new projects is prohibited. – Maintained by E2G Printed copies are not controlled.2 (*) Alternative designs to that specified in this Practice shall be submitted to purchaser for approval by Owner’s Engineer.0 REQUIREMENTS FOR GEAR OPERATORS 10. Proof that proposed valve model will meet the “fire-safe” criteria of this Practice. Drawings that include bolting and gasket design details and a complete bill of materials.3 (*) Clamp-on type chainwheels for valves greater than NPS 2 are not permitted unless approved by the Owner’s Engineer. 11. This document may not be used or reproduced without the permission of Phillips 66 Pipeline LLC. If the specified line corrosion allowance exceeds 1/8 inch.1 (*) Valve body and bonnet (or cover) materials not covered in this Practice or API Standards shall be approved by Owner’s Engineer. 11. gear operators (manual) shall be supplied for gate and globe valves (which are operated more than four times a year).TEP 5-3-1 VALVE DESIGN AND SELECTION CRITERIA Revision 0. 12.3 The minimum body thickness for steel valves shall meet the minimum requirements of ASME B16.4 Valves shall be tested in accordance with TEP 5-3-24. 10. additional corrosion allowance shall be added to valve body in the amount of the specified line corrosion allowance that is in excess of 1/8 inch. Data shall include: 1) 2) 3) 4) Demonstrated experience with this valve in similar service. ball.34 for the specified design pressure and temperature. and fire-safe butterfly valves in accordance with the criteria in Table 6.1 (*) Unless otherwise specified by the Owner’s Engineer.0 REQUIREMENTS FOR VALVES NOT COVERED BY THIS PRACTICE 11. 10. manually operated quarter turn valves (plug. 11. ball and plug valves.2 When used in liquid service.2 Date: 04/2015 Page: 13 of 22 10. Printed on: 11-23-2015 4:36 pm . 11. Design calculations.

5 TEP 5-3-3 Gate.11 TEP 5-3-6 Gate. Lift/Ball Steel ASME B16. Printed on: 11-23-2015 4:36 pm .34(10) 1-24 24 150-2500 B16.34(10) 1/4 .TEP 5-3-1 VALVE DESIGN AND SELECTION CRITERIA Revision 0. Compact/Body Extended Bellows Seal Steel ASME B16.24 (9) Plug.4 2 150-2500 B16.2 12 150 (2) B16. 800. 600.4 2 150.3 2 150-600 B16. Hard/Soft Seat Steel API 600 1 .2 Date: 04/2015 Page: 14 of 22 13. Compact/Exte nded Body Bellows Seal Steel ASME B16.5 TEP 5-3-3 Cast Gate. 300 B16.34(10) 1/4 .36  36 1502500(2) B16. Wafer Steel API 594 (5)  48 1502500(2) B16. B16. Iron/Ductil Hard/Soft Seat e Iron MSS SP70/API 600 1-1/2 .1 B16. Lubricated/No n-lubricated Steel API 599 1 . 600. 800.24 24 150. Swing Steel API 594 1 .24 24 1502500(2) B16.11 (9) Check.5 TEP 5-3-5 Globe.5. 1500 B16.42 TEP 5-3-4 Gate Bronze MSS SP-80 1-1/2 .11 TEP 5-3-6 Globe.15 (9) Check.15 (9) Globe Steel ASME B16. B16.15.11 TEP 5-3-7 Gate. Swing/Lift/Ball Bronze MSS SP-80 3/4 . 300. 300.3 2 125-350 B16. Hard/Soft Seat CRA(4) API 603 1/2 .5 TEP 5-3-8 Check.0 TABLES Table 1 – Industry Valve Standards and the Transportation Engineering Practices Valves Applicable Industry Standard(6) Size Range (in)(1) Recommend ed Size Limit Inches Rating (Class) Fitting Applicable Standard(3) Practice Type Body Material Gate.24 24 1502500(2) B16.4 2 150-2500 B16.3 2 125-350 B16. – Maintained by E2G Printed copies are not controlled. Compact/Exte nded Body Steel API 602 1/4 .4 2 150.34(10) 3/4 .11 TEP 5-3-7 Bronze MSS SP-80 1-1/2 . B16.47 TEP 5-3-9 Globe (2) This document may not be used or reproduced without the permission of Phillips 66 Pipeline LLC. Compact/Body Extended Steel ASME B16.47 TEP 5-3-8 Check. 1500 B16.34(10) 1/4 .5.3 2 125-350 B16.

1 or ASME VIII-Div. 4) DELETED.47 Pressure Relief Valves Steel ASME B & PV Code(7)(11) 1 . 8) Trim material per API 594. 10) Trim material per API 600.5 TEP 5-3-11 TEP 5-3-12 Body Material Type Plug Fitting Applicable Standard(3) Practice (12) API 609/ MSS-SP-67 2 . 9) Valve shall be purchased to the applicable Industry Standard.5 TEP 5-3-14 Control Valves Steel ASME B16. Hard/Soft Seat Steel API 608 1 .24  24 150-600 B16. – Maintained by E2G Printed copies are not controlled.42. and API 526. e.16  12 150-2500 B16. 3) Valves normally produced to be compatible with the pressure/temperature ratings of the indicated ASME OR ANSI fitting standard.g. the minimum body thickness shall be as specified in API 602. B16. 5) Valves in sizes: 2 inch through 12 inch available in all ratings..12  12 150-2500 B16. Larger sizes always available on special order basis.5 TEP 5-3-10 Butterfly. 14 inch through 18 inch available through class 900 rating: and 20 inch through 48 inch available through class 300 rating. 2.24  24 1502500(2) B16. B16. 12) Materials include steel.2 Date: 04/2015 Page: 15 of 22 Table 1 – Industry Valve Standards and the Transportation Engineering Practices Valves Applicable Industry Standard(6) Size Range (in)(1) Recommend ed Size Limit Inches Rating (Class) Ductile Iron API 599 1 . 11) Pressure Relief Valves shall be designed in accordance with the ASME VIII-Div. B16.36  36 150-300 B16.5 TEP 5-3-17 Butterfly. This document may not be used or reproduced without the permission of Phillips 66 Pipeline LLC.5. Listed size represents maximum regularly produced by one or more Manufacturers for Class 150 and 300 carbon steel.24.42 TEP 5-3-9 Ball.34 wall thickness may be specified for steel or CRA (Corrosion Resistant Alloy) valves with corrosion allowances 1/8 inch. Class 300 nickel alloy gate valve per API 600 except wall thickness per ASME B16.34 (7) 1/2 .TEP 5-3-1 VALVE DESIGN AND SELECTION CRITERIA Revision 0. If Class 800 is specified for carbon steel valves. When another standard also applies. 2) Rating may be limited by pressure/temperature limits of soft-seat material. 6) ASME B16. ductile iron and bronze. 7) Trim material per API 600. Printed on: 11-23-2015 4:36 pm . B16.48  48 150-300 B 16.34. Hydro-carbon Service Steel API 609 2 . both can be referenced. refer to Manufacturer’s Standard.1. Utility Service Notes: 1) Varies significantly depending on material rating. as applicable.

This document may not be used or reproduced without the permission of Phillips 66 Pipeline LLC. 5A. plug. instrument air. Globe. Check 9(6) 9(6) Block. – Maintained by E2G Printed copies are not controlled. 6. is provided for a specific trim service classification. 5. 5 Hydrocarbon service lighter than 68_ API and steam with >750oF Block 5 5 Block. 8. 7. ball and butterfly types. 5. 8 Rich or Lean Amine General Flange or Buttwelding Ends Block. Check 1. insert gas and caustic Block 1. Check 10(7) 10(7) Segregation for SafetyCyclic Reformer Valves Gate 5 5 Onstream Equipment Isolation-Dangerous Fluids Block 5 5 Hydrocarbon 68_ API and heavier. For temperatures greater than 200°F or pressure drops greater than 100 psig (control valves). 5) HCL service is defined in TEP 10-2-1. Globe. Check Material Corrosion HCL(5) Special Isolation Valve Type(1) Oxygen All Notes: 1) Block valves include gate. an AISI Type 316 valve body with Hastelloy C or titanium trim shall be used. 5. Globe. Globe. 3) Where more than one API Trim No. 8 Hydrocarbon service lighter than 68_ API and steam with a fluid temperature 750°F Block 5. 5. Printed on: 11-23-2015 4:36 pm . 8 1. 2) Metal seating surfaces in soft seated block valves are also covered by this table.TEP 5-3-1 Revision 0. Also water. 6) 7) Monel trim limited to 450°F. Cyanides(4) Threaded or Socket Welding Ends 10 10 Block.2 VALVE DESIGN AND SELECTION CRITERIA Date: 04/2015 Page: 16 of 22 Table 2 – Valve Trim Selection for Block. 8 1. 316SS to CS weld is much softer due to Ni content of SS versus 13 Cr to CS weld which has a higher hardness in the Heat Affected Zone. 4) Hydrogen charge due to corrosion of CS valve body causes cracking of hardened heat affected zones due to welding. the most economical selection shall be made. Globe and Check Valves Trim Service Classification API Trim Numbers(2) (3) Service Description Wet H2S. Check 9(6) 9(6) Globe. 8A 1. For temperatures less than or equal to 200°F. Trim materials are selected for corrosion resistance and to prevent galling of seated surfaces.

2 VALVE DESIGN AND SELECTION CRITERIA Date: 04/2015 Page: 17 of 22 Table 3 – Temperature Limits of Soft Seal Material Material Upper Temperature Limit(1) (°F) Reinforced PTFE (Teflon) 450 PTFE (Teflon) 400 FEP (Teflon) 400 Kel F 400 Viton – A 400 Buna – N 250 Neoprene 200 Note: (*) The upper temperature limit may be exceeded based on Manufacturers experience. Printed on: 11-23-2015 4:36 pm . The lower temperature limit for these materials shall be per the Manufacturer’s Standard and is subject to the approval of the Owner’s Engineer. and if approved by the Owner’s Engineer. – Maintained by E2G Printed copies are not controlled.TEP 5-3-1 Revision 0. This document may not be used or reproduced without the permission of Phillips 66 Pipeline LLC.

2 Date: 04/2015 Page: 18 of 22 Table 4 – Block Valve Requirements Application ONSTREAM EQUIPMENT ISOLATION (including instruments). or split wedge(5)(6) Single(3) Any T > 400°F and Any rating Wedge Design for Gate Valve Double(4) For ANSI Class 150 rating: solid or flexible For ANSI Class 300 rating and higher. SEGREGATION FOR SAFETY.5 Class 300 and higher: flexible.  Control and Protective System Valve Stations (excluding bypass valves). Fluid Jumper connections between product lines.5 Class 150 rating: flexible(5) For ASME B16. such as:  Spread equipment and equipment capable of being bypassed. and ASME Rating. Class T  400 °F and Rating  600 Single or Double(1) Any Either T > 400 °F or Rating  800 Any Any T  400°F and Any rating For ASME B16. or double disc(5) Double Double disc. or double disc(5) This document may not be used or reproduced without the permission of Phillips 66 Pipeline LLC.TEP 5-3-1 VALVE DESIGN AND SELECTION CRITERIA Revision 0. split. flexible wedge.  Storage Tanks and Vessels. split. flexible. such as at: SLURRY SERVICE.5 Class 300 rating and higher: flexible.5 Class 150 rating: flexible(5) Double For ASME B16. such as with solids content greater than 0. or double disc(5) For ASME B16. Fluid Design Temperature.  Process unit area limits. – Maintained by E2G Printed copies are not controlled.  Unit bypasses such as around reactors.1 lb/gal Number of Valves (Any Type) Single(1) Single(2) T400°F and Rating  300 Single(1) T1000 °F and Rating  300 Single(2) Non-Dangerous Dangerous T1000 °F and Rating  300 Single(3) Any Either T > 100 °F or Rating  600 Double PRODUCT SEGREGATION TO PREVENT CONTAMINATION. Printed on: 11-23-2015 4:36 pm . split. such as at:  Max.

Fluid Design Temperature. Printed on: 11-23-2015 4:36 pm . 7) A single block valve shall be used with a blind for flanged connections.TEP 5-3-1 VALVE DESIGN AND SELECTION CRITERIA Revision 0.  Vents. 2) (*) A single metal seated gate. plug or ball valve with a body bleed installed per this Practice. plug or ball valve. Any Solid or flexible Notes: 1) A single soft seated gate. 6) Valves cycling 10 times or more a year shall have wedge guides hard faced with CoCr-A. such as at:  Utility Connections to Piping and Equipment. Flushing and Cleaning Connections. plug or ball valve with a body bleed installed per this Practice. When specified by the Owner’s Engineer. Class Number of Valves (Any Type) Single(1) Single(2) T  400°F and Rating  300 Single(1) T  1000°F and Rating  300 Single(2) Either T> 1000°F or Rating  600 Double(7) Wedge Design for Gate Valve GENERAL SERVICES. 3) A single metal seated gate.  Burner Piping for Fired Heaters and Boilers. 4) (*) Applies for onstream equipment isolation and sample outlet piping only. if approved by the Owner’s Engineer. and ASME Rating.  Process cooling water. Drains. – Maintained by E2G Printed copies are not controlled.2 Date: 04/2015 Page: 19 of 22 Table 4 – Block Valve Requirements Application Fluid Max. 5) Valve NPS 2 and smaller may be of the solid wedge type. The number of block valves for other slurry services shall be the same as for non-slurry service based on specific applications per this table.  Control and Protective System Valve Station bypasses over NPS 2. two fire-safe butterfly valves with a bleed valve arrangement per this Practice are permitted in cases where an economic advantage can be realized. Alternatively. Alternatively.  Pressure Relieving Systems including Relief Valve Bypass Lines. a single block valve with a plug may be used if these connections are only used during commissioning and decommissioning when the equipment is at low temperature and pressure (a pressure and temperature combination within the limits of an ASME B16.5 Class 300 rating). These connections shall be noted on the relevant P&ID. This document may not be used or reproduced without the permission of Phillips 66 Pipeline LLC. two valves with metal seats and a bleed valve arrangement per this Practice are permitted in cases where an economic advantage can be realized. a single metal seated valve or.

2) Pressure-Seal bonnet design may be considered for steam or other clean. GLOBE. Printed on: 11-23-2015 4:36 pm .3. valves not listed in this table shall be Bolted Bonnet design except for Class 2500 valves ≤ NPS 2 shall be Pressure-Seal design.2 Date: 04/2015 Page: 20 of 22 Table 5 – Valve Bonnet Requirements PWHT GATE. 3) This noted bonnet design is not the preferred bonnet design for the valve size and pressure class per paragraph 6. with ASME Class 900 rating and higher. Usage of this bonnet design requires the approval of the Owner’s Engineer.4. see paragraph 6.TEP 5-3-1 VALVE DESIGN AND SELECTION CRITERIA Revision 0. non-corrosive services. This document may not be used or reproduced without the permission of Phillips 66 Pipeline LLC. and PLUG ≤ NPS 2 BALL and CHECK > NPS 2 ≤ NPS 2 > NPS 2 All Classes other than ASME 2500(2) No PWHT Required Bolted Welded(3) Bolted Bolted Bolted PWHT Required Bolted Welded(3) Bolted Bolted Bolted No PWHT Required Pressure-Seal Welded(3) Bolted Pressure-Seal(3) Welded(3) Pressure-Seal Bolted Pressure-Seal(3) PWHT Required Pressure-Seal Welded(3) Bolted Pressure-Seal(3) Welded(3) Pressure-Seal Bolted Pressure-Seal(3) ASME 2500 Notes: 1) Unless otherwise approved by the Owner’s Engineer. – Maintained by E2G Printed copies are not controlled.

2) Includes ASME Class 125 and 250 cast iron.TEP 5-3-1 VALVE DESIGN AND SELECTION CRITERIA Revision 0. Printed on: 11-23-2015 4:36 pm . 3) Includes ASME Class 300 ductile iron. – Maintained by E2G Printed copies are not controlled.2 Date: 04/2015 Page: 21 of 22 Table 6 – Size Requirements for Valve Gear Operators ASME Primary Rating. This document may not be used or reproduced without the permission of Phillips 66 Pipeline LLC. Class Valve Type and Size (NPS – inches)(1) Gate or Globe Ball or Plug Butterfly 150(2) 14 8 8 300(3) 10 8 6 600 8 6 4 900 6 4 — 1500 4 3 — 2500 3 3 — Notes: 1) (*) Gear operators shall be provided for the following sizes and larger unless otherwise specified by the Owner’s Engineer.

0 REVISION LOG Action Date Rev.1 Ed Hetsko 0.0 The Equity Engineering Group. – Maintained by E2G Printed copies are not controlled. Technical 04/2015 Description Initial Release. Revision 09/2014 0.TEP 5-3-1 VALVE DESIGN AND SELECTION CRITERIA Revision 0. Inc. Additions and revisions to Table 3. Revised Table 2 to document the trim selected for oxygen applications currently being used in the piping classes. Approver Release 05/2013 0. This document may not be used or reproduced without the permission of Phillips 66 Pipeline LLC. Inc.2 The Equity Engineering Group. Printed on: 11-23-2015 4:36 pm .2 Date: 04/2015 Page: 22 of 22 14.