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Offshore Substation

Materials and Fabrication of Steel for Topside and
Sub-Structure

technical standards

ETS-21 Rev. 3

Document no. 13/90242-5 - ETS-21 v. 3

Revision survey

Document title

Materials and Fabrication of Steel for Topside and Sub-Structures.

Document no.

13/90242-5

Target group

Fabrications Contractors and Designer for Offshore substations.

Revision

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Writer
Init
N/A
xomo
SBG,
xomo

Date
12.10.09
22.11.2012
28.11.2014

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N/A
GKY, SVR
POD, SBG,
XHFN, OLJ

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Date
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12.10.09
AGS
10.10.2012 POD

Date
12.10.09
03.12.2012

16.12.2014

16.12.2014

OLJ

Minor alterations, type errors, rephrases' etc. where the meaning of the text is left
unchanged are not shown.

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Table of contents
1.

Scope ............................................................................................... 1

2.
2.1
2.2

References ....................................................................................... 1
Codes and Standards ............................................................................1
Energinet.dk Technical Standards...........................................................3

3.1
3.2

Definitions and abbreviations .......................................................... 3
Definitions...........................................................................................3
Abbreviations ......................................................................................4

4.1
4.2

General ............................................................................................ 5
Quality and HSE - Project Plans .............................................................5
Structural categories ............................................................................5

3.

4.

5.

Structural Materials ......................................................................... 5
5.1
General...............................................................................................5
5.2
Steel Material ......................................................................................5
5.2.1
Chemical Properties ......................................................................6
5.2.2
Bolting Material ............................................................................6
5.2.3
Internal Soundness .......................................................................7
5.3
Structural Categories ............................................................................7
5.3.1
Material Certificates and Markings ...................................................8
5.4
Fabrication of Welded Structural Members...............................................8
5.5
Standard Tubulars and Sections .............................................................8
5.6
Stairs, Handrails and Grating for Topside ................................................8
5.7
Stairs and grating materials for Sub-structure .........................................8
5.8
Platform Doors. ...................................................................................9

6.
6.1
6.2
6.3
6.4
7.

Structural steel dimensions ............................................................. 9
Tubular dimensions and tolerances .........................................................9
Sections - dimensions and tolerances .....................................................9
Steel plates ....................................................................................... 10
Rectangular/square hollow sections ...................................................... 10

Structural fabrication ..................................................................... 10
7.1
Storage and handling of steel materials ................................................ 10
7.1.1
Identification system ................................................................... 10
7.1.2
Alignment .................................................................................. 11
7.2
Structural sections and plates .............................................................. 11
7.3
Scaffolding hooks ............................................................................... 11
7.4
Bolted connections ............................................................................. 11
7.4.1
Bolts in shear and tension connections .......................................... 12
7.4.2
Friction grip connections .............................................................. 12
7.5
Helidecks .......................................................................................... 12
7.6
Lifting fittings .................................................................................... 12
7.6.1
Definition ................................................................................... 12
7.6.2
Materials and Fabrication ............................................................. 13
7.6.3
Additional Requirements .............................................................. 13
7.7
Finishing of structural steel ................................................................. 14
7.8
Fabrication of non-structural steel and temporary attachments ................ 14

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7.8.1
Temporary cut-outs .................................................................... 14
7.8.2
Rat holes (Weld access hole) ........................................................ 14
7.9
Fabrication dimension tolerances ......................................................... 14
7.9.1
Tolerances for linear dimensions ................................................... 15
7.9.2
Tolerances for angular dimensions ................................................ 15
7.9.3
Tolerances for straightness, flatness and parallelism ....................... 15
7.9.4
Section ends .............................................................................. 16
7.9.5
Location of seams ....................................................................... 16
7.9.6
High-low .................................................................................... 17
7.9.7
Plates and grating ....................................................................... 17
7.9.8
Landings and stairways ............................................................... 17
7.9.9
Interface tolerance ...................................................................... 17
7.9.10 Markings Sub-structure. .............................................................. 17
8.

Welding .......................................................................................... 17
8.1
Welding processes.............................................................................. 17
8.2
Qualifications of welders and welding operators ..................................... 18
8.2.1
Welding coordinator .................................................................... 18
8.2.2
Welders and operators................................................................. 18
8.2.3
Identification of welder or welding operator.................................... 18
8.2.4
Welder's or operator's record ....................................................... 18
8.2.5
Test for branch connections ......................................................... 19
8.3
Welding procedures ............................................................................ 19
8.3.1
General ..................................................................................... 19
8.3.2
Specific requirements .................................................................. 20
8.3.3
Test of the procedure welds ......................................................... 20
8.4
Production welding ............................................................................. 21
8.4.1
Welding sequences ..................................................................... 21
8.4.2
Weld preparation ........................................................................ 21
8.4.3
Weld execution ........................................................................... 21
8.4.4
Pre-heating ................................................................................ 22
8.4.5
Inter-pass temperature ............................................................... 23
8.4.6
Post weld heat treatment (PWHT) ................................................. 23
8.4.7
Weld repairs ............................................................................... 23
8.4.8
Production testing ....................................................................... 24

9.

Non-destructive examination ......................................................... 24
9.1
Extent of examinations ....................................................................... 24
9.2
NDE Qualifications .............................................................................. 25
9.2.1
Examination organisation ............................................................. 25
9.2.2
Examination personnel ................................................................ 25
9.2.3
Procedures ................................................................................. 25
9.3
Execution of NDE ............................................................................... 25
9.4
NDE procedure and acceptance criteria. ................................................ 25
9.4.1
Visual (VT) procedure and acceptance criteria ................................ 25
9.4.2
Magnetic particle (MT) procedure and acceptance criteria ................ 26
9.4.3
Radiographic testing (RT) procedure and acceptance criteria ............ 26
9.4.4
Ultrasonic testing (UT) acceptance criteria ..................................... 26
9.4.5
Liquid Penetrant testing (LP) acceptance criteria ............................. 26
9.5
Execution of NDE, structural fabrication ................................................ 26
9.5.1
General ..................................................................................... 26
9.5.2
Sequence of examination ............................................................. 27
9.5.3
Surface conditions ...................................................................... 27
9.5.4
Random examination................................................................... 27

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................. 27 10......... 30 Document no..............................................1 As-built documentation ......................... 28 Deliverables ....................... Appendix .......13/90242-5 ETS-21 v...............................................................5 Extent of examination in case of unacceptable welds ..................9....................................... 28 11.................. Coating .... 3 ..... 29 12...................................5................... 11..................................

welders.dk and certifying agency or if specified on Energinet.1 Structural welding code . Section IX Qualification standard for welding and brazing procedures. Helicopter Decks Document no.ETS-21 v. 13/90242-5 . References The following codes. brazes and welding and brazing operators AWS D1.dk approved design drawings. Specification for fracture mechanics toughness test DNV-OS-C101 Design of offshore steel structures (LRFD method) DNV-OS-C401 Fabrication and testing of offshore structures DNV-OS-E401 Offshore standard. 2. Visual Examination ASME. the lattice structure typically integrated under the helidecks may be preferred by Energinet.dk to be made of aluminium. Section V Article 9. Scope This technical standard specifies the minimum requirements for the materials. API 2B Specification for fabricated structural steel pipe API 5L Specification for line pipe ASME. codes and standards referred to in the present standard shall apply in the latest revision applicable at the beginning of the project unless noted otherwise. However. testing and inspection of offshore steel structures for topsides and substructures (Jackets) intended for high voltage offshore transformer platforms (Substations). This technical standard covers also the main supporting steel structure for helideck on topside. This standard may only be departed from if the deviations are approved by Energinet. For aluminium structures this standard refers to the DNV standard DNV-OS-E401.1. standards and statutory regulations shall be considered as part of this technical standard. Magnetic Particle Examination ASME.1 Codes and Standards All regulations. Section V Article 7. 2. 3 1/35 . fabrication.steel BS 7448 Part 1.

General principles.Charpy Impact Test. Wide Flats and Section.DNV-OS-J201 Offshore Substations for Wind Farms EN 287-1 Approval Testing of Welders for Fusion Welding.Tensile Testing .Part 1. EN 10164 Steel Flat Products with Specified Through Thickness Properties.Types of Inspection Documents. EN 10210 Hot Finished Structural Hollow Sections of Non-Alloy and Fine Grain Structural Steels. EN 45004 General Criteria for the Operation of Various Types of Bodies Performing Inspection. nickel. EN 10204 Metallic Products . EN ISO 5817 Welding-Fusion-welded joints in steel. titanium and their alloys EN ISO 13920 Welding – General tolerances for welded constructions – dimensions for lengths and angles – Shape and position EN ISO 17025 General Requirements for the Competence of Testing and Calibration Laboratories ISO 898 Part 1-6. EN 10225+AC Weld able structural steels for fixed offshore structures – Technical delivery conditions EN 10045 Metallic Materials . EN 1418 Welding personnel – Approval testing of welding personnel for fully mechanized and automatic welding of metallic materials EN 10002-1 Metallic Materials . EN 10025 Hot Rolled Products of Non-Alloy Structural Steels. 3 2/35 . Technical Delivery Conditions. 13/90242-5 . EN 473 Qualification and certification of NDT personnel.ETS-21 v. Method of Test. EN 970 Welding – Visual Examination of Fusion Welded Joints. EN 1011 Recommendations for Arc Welding of Ferritic steels. Determination of hydrogen content in ferritic arc weld metal Document no. Mechanical properties of fasteners made of carbon steel and alloy steel ISO 1459 Protection against corrosion by hot dip galvanizing ISO 1461 Hot dip galvanized coatings on fabricated iron and steel articles – Specifications and test methods ISO 3690 Welding and allied processes. EN 10163-1 to 3 Delivery Requirements for Surface Conditions of Hot Rolled Steel Plates. Technical Conditions for Delivery.

Preparation of steel substrates before application of paints and related products.1 Definitions The following definitions are used in the present standard: Employer: Energinet.penetrant inspection . requires approval in writing from Energinet.dk or his representative Document no.2.ETS-21 v. ISO 2553 Welds .2 ISO 7090 Plain washers. Visual assessment of surface cleanliness.dk Technical Standards ETS-24 Weight Monitoring and Weighing ETS-25 Protective Coating of Steel EDS-50-01 Engineering Reports.general principles.dk Employer approval: “Employer approval” or similar terms. ISO 1106 Recommended practice for radiographic Examination of Fusion Welded Joints. 3 3/35 . chamfered. Drawings and Lists EDS-02 Requirements for “As-Built” Documentation for Offshore Substations 3. Normal series. Definitions and abbreviations 3. ISO 9606-2 Qualification test of welders – Fusion welding of aluminium and its alloys ISO 15614 Specification and qualification of welding procedures for metallic materials BL 3-5 Statens Luftfartsvæsen. 13/90242-5 . Project grade A ISO 8501 Part 1-2.dk Technical Standards ETS-00 Guideline for Use of Energinet. Bestemmelser om helikopterdæk på havanlæg Energinet.Symbolic Representation on Drawings. ISO 3452 NDT .

3 4/35 . 13/90242-5 .2 Abbreviations Within this specification the following abbreviations have been used.3. Abbreviations of standards and atomic elements are though not covered.ETS-21 v. CE: Carbon equivalent calculated according to EN 1011-2 CTOD: Crack tip opening displacement Dnom: Nominal diameter ET: Eddy Current HV: Vickers hardness IQI: Image quality indicator +M: Delivery condition : thermo mechanical rolling MT: Magnetic particle examination/testing +N : Delivery condition: normalizing rolling NDE : Non destructive examination OD: Outer diameter PT: Liquid penetrant examination PWHT: Post weld heat treatment +Q: Delivery condition: quenched and tempered RT: Radiographic examination/testing t: Wall thickness UT: Ultrasonic examination VT: Visual examination/testing WPQR: Welding procedure qualification record WPS: Welding procedure specification Document no.

General All fabrication shall be carried out in accordance with agreed procedures and drawings and shall comply with applicable codes. the DNV standards DNV-OS-C401 “Fabrication and testing of offshore structures” and DNV-OS-C101 “Design of offshore steel structures (LRFD method)” shall form basis for this standard.dk for their review and approval. 3 5/35 . Structural Materials 5.4. 5.2 Detailed fabrication plan and schedule Organisation diagram Manpower plan Inspection and Test Plan. Document no. The steel type grades for steel Sub-structures shall comply with the requirements listed in appendix 1B.1 Quality and HSE . 5.ETS-21 v. Dimension control procedure Welding preparation details and procedures NDE procedures Qualification of NDT operators Qualification of welders HSE manual List of major sub-contractors Structural categories Structural categories for selection of materials and determination of the extent of inspection shall be in accordance with the relevant section of DNV-OS-C101.2 Steel Material Steel type 2 can replace steel type 1 whereas steel type 4 can replace steel type 3. 13/90242-5 . Unless otherwise stated herein.Project Plans Contractor shall submit a project specific quality plan to Energinet. The document shall as minimum contain the following information:            4. standards and specifications as listed in this ETS.1 General The steel type grades for topside structures shall comply with the requirements listed in appendix 1A. 4.

2 certificates according to EN 10204. Bolts and nuts for sub-sea installation (below LAT . ISO 3506 grade A4-70. For bolting material used below LAT +4 m.5 mm for larger bolts. nuts and washers shall be delivered with 2.25%.2. Steel type Structural category Special Primary ST1 x x ST2 x x ST3 x x ST4 x x ST5 Secondary x Table 5-1 – Material selection Type 1-4 steel are used where charpy impact tests and CTOD testing is required.Steel types shall be applied in accordance with approved design drawings.1 Chemical Properties Where galvanising has been required the content of Silicon (Si) in the steel shall be minimum 0. 3 6/35 .ETS-21 v. For assembling stainless steel parts. Steel type 3 and 4 shall not be galvanised.2.2 Bolting Material All bolts and nuts shall be delivered and marked according to ISO 898-1 class 8. Document no. The desirable content of Silicon is between 0. All bolts and nuts shall be hexagon type with ISO metric thread.8 and ISO898-2 class 8 respectively unless otherwise specified on design drawings.15% and 0. Bolt. Bolts with diameter less than 10 mm shall be made of stainless steel. 5. unless otherwise specified on design drawings.40%. insulation washers to be used. 13/90242-5 . Washers shall be according to ISO 7090 quality class HV 200. Hardened washers must be used for friction grip bolts. The diameter of washer holes to be 1 mm greater than bolt size for bolts up to 18 mm and 1. Bolts and nuts with diameter 10 mm or more shall be hot dip galvanised according to ISO 1461 class E and ISO 1459.15% and maximum 0. Where used for assembling carbon steel. only stainless steel bolts shall be used. The following table shows typical material selections. 5. a waxy rust proofing compound shall be applied.2 m) shall be PTFE (Teflon) coated. Type 2 and 4 steel shall be used where loads in thickness direction occur for thickness of 25 mm and above.

3 7/35 . 13/90242-5 . 7 and 8 shall apply.ETS-21 v. 5. requirements stipulated in EN 10025-X option 6.3 Internal Soundness For internal soundness.g. 5.3 Structural Categories Table 5-2 Structural Classification – typical applications Structural category for Topside Structures Special Primary Secondary All Pad-eyes/lifting trunnion Supports for main cables & Hang-off's Deck beams in grid lines Bracing members Ladders Support structure for helideck Sea-fastening Cable ladder supports (minor cables) Support beams/structure for main transformer Deck plates Secondary deck beams Grating Supports for minor equipment (e.2.Split pins materials shall be stainless steel. antennas & satellite discs) Main tubular columns Crane pedestal Nodes in main tubular Cones in main tubular Handrails Stairs Pipe supports Structural category for Sub-structures (Jacket) Special Primary Secondary Pad-eyes/lifting trunnion Mudmat Ladders Jacket legs and braces J-tubes Handrails Piles and pile sleeves Caissons Stairs Boat landing (integrated) Boat landing Grating Document no. ISO 3506 grade A4-70.

5.ETS-21 v. with anti-slip surface. 5. 3 8/35 . Mechanical tests for tubulars must be carried out in the finished configuration.1 Material Certificates and Markings Steel materials shall be delivered with inspection certificates according to EN 10204 Structural category: Material Certificate: Special 3.6 Stairs. 13/90242-5 . 5.3.5.4 Fabrication of Welded Structural Members Welded tubulars shall be fabricated in accordance with API 2B. Welded profiles (sections) shall be in accordance with the requirements stipulated in appendix 1. 3. If traceability of a material is not required the material shall as minimum be marked with material grade. Seamless tubulars shall be inspected in accordance with SR4.1 Secondary 2. Stair treads to be as Moulded Grating Steps of a recognized industrial standard. Grating shall be as Moulded Grating 50x50". appendix 2. 4 and 5. Rolled profiles (Sections) shall be in accordance with the requirements stipulated in appendix 1.2 Primary 3.5 Standard Tubulars and Sections Seamless tubulars shall be manufactured in accordance with API 5L unless otherwise specified. Document no. Material that cannot be identified as outlined above shall be rejected.2 Table 5-3 Material certificates according to EN 10204 Where traceability is required all steel material shall be marked according to relevant standards listed in appendix 1. subject for Employer approval. Handrails and Grating for Topside See standard drawings ref.7 Stairs and grating materials for Sub-structure Materials for grating and steps for stairs shall be GRP. 5.

OD(min. i.Min 4 pcs fixations for the GRP grating is required per square meter and not less than 3 for each grating piece.OD(min. Slope 1:100 to both sides from middle of gutter. Structural steel dimensions 6.)  max{6 mm. All tubulars shall meet the straightness requirements for API-2B.dimensions and tolerances Mechanical tests for profiles must be carried out in the finished configuration.2 Sections . 3 9/35 .)  1% of Dnom OD(max.made of suitable angel bar. (t mm)/10} Additionally. I. welded to wall plate. until all required information is specified prior to procurement. no penetration of closed sections allowed.8 Platform Doors. Gutter shall be installed above all external doors . All external and internal doors shall be designed and fabricated in accordance with NORSOK C-002 with respect to: Materials. no negative tolerance allowed.). 6.) . fire rating and hardware. 13/90242-5 . Grating fasteners shall not be installed onto closed sections (e. the local out-of-roundness shall be measured using a 20 gauge. All doors on the substation shall be of stainless steel AISI 316L with a suitable painted surface after supplier's recommendation.1 Tubular dimensions and tolerances Tubulars are to fulfil the following dimensional tolerances:   OD < 406 mm OD  406 mm tolerances according to API 5L tolerances according to API 2B As a supplementary requirement the minimum wall thickness must be as specified.e. It shall be continuously updated throughout the design and construction phase.t. Out-of-roundness shall be limited to the lesser of:   OD(max. The fasteners shall be of stainless steel AISI 316 quality.c. This shall not depart from the theoretical shape by more than 10% of wall thickness.) . 6. Document no. A door schedule shall be developed as part of the design and construction. 5.e.ETS-21 v.g RHS e.

For primary steel only seamless hollow sections are allowed.dk contract in question. paint and other alien materials. Steel plates shall meet the dimensional tolerance requirements of EN 10225 and EN 10025. except for length tolerance.4 Rectangular/square hollow sections Mechanical tests for rectangular/square hollow sections must be carried out in the finished configuration. which shall be in accordance with EN ISO 13920. 6. approved design drawings and shall comply with applicable codes and standards listed in said ETS. All materials shall be traceable to the Energinet. Document no. Structural fabrication All fabrication shall be carried out in accordance with agreed procedures. 7.Profiles shall meet the dimensional tolerance requirements of applicable standard as per Appendix 1. Rectangular/square hollow sections shall meet the dimensional tolerance requirements of EN 10225 and EN 10025. grease.1 Identification system Before starting of fabrication contractor shall establish a numbering system to identify each weld and structural member in order to eliminate conflicting or duplicating of identification systems.1 Storage and handling of steel materials When materials are received contractor shall inspect them in order to ensure that: a) b) c) Marking of materials complies with the documentation Documentation complies with the latest revision of the relevant specification Materials are not damaged during transportation The inspection shall be documented in a materials receiving inspection report Storage of material or subassemblies shall be above ground level.3 Steel plates Mechanical tests for steel plates must be carried out in the finished configuration. Maximum straightness deviation shall not exceed 1/1000 of the length and maximum 10 mm for lengths greater than 10 m. 7. 13/90242-5 . All materials and subassemblies shall be handled and stored in a way that will ensure that the material is not damaged. ensuring that it is kept free of dirt.ETS-21 v. 3 10/35 .1. 6. 7.

The galvanized surface for the fasteners must remain intact after tensioning.ETS-21 v. Spring washers are not allowed in structural members.For structures in the structural categories Special and Primary. the numbering system shall ensure traceability for all welds and materials during all stages of fabrication and in the as-built documentation. magnets holding devices or other setting-up fixtures shall be used in assembling parts of the structures in order to minimise tack welding in the weld groove. the numbering system shall ensure traceability during all stages of fabrication. 7. If bolt pre-stressing is required according to the design drawings hydraulic pulling pre-stress tool shall be used unless otherwise agreed with Energinet.1. Minimum distance between 2 splices shall be 1200 mm. 13/90242-5 .2 Structural sections and plates All welds shall be continuous (closed welds). 7.2 Alignment Wherever practical. 3 11/35 .3 Scaffolding hooks Unless otherwise noted on design drawings. clamps.4 Bolted connections Procedures for the bolt tightening shall be prepared prior to the work and records of the tensioning shall be maintained during the work. Beam sections with identical cross sections may be spliced. No welding is allowed on bolt items. If fit-up clamps cannot be used spacer strips shall be used in order to ensure the specified root gap prior to tack welding.dk. and bolts shall be of lengths that will extent entirely through and up to a maximum of 6 mm beyond the nuts. Counter nuts shall secure all nuts unless otherwise noted. Document no. For structures in the structural category Secondary. A minimum of 4 mm throat thickness seal weld shall be applied where structural welds are not required. 7. Washers shall be used at both bolt head and nut except when tensioning equipment is used. Calibration of pre-stressing tools shall be documented. The splices cannot be located within the first 1/8 or the middle 1/4 of a section 7. scaffolding hooks are to be installed below all decks in a 2m x 2m grid. Bolt heads and nuts shall rest squarely within 3 against the base material.

railings and stairs from the decks to the topside shall be included and are also to be designed in seawater-resistant aluminium.g. The lattice structure typically integrated under the helidecks shall be made of seawater resistant aluminium unless otherwise stated. MoS2). 7.4. reference is made to ‘Offshore Standard. Enlarging of holes for high stress bolts shall be carried out by reaming only. 7.1 Definition Lifting fitting loads are defined as follows: Low load: Max 10 tonnes unit load Normal load: Max 50 tonnes unit load Document no. 7. Walkways.2 Friction grip connections Bolts shall be pre-stressed and documented as specified on drawings.6. The grease shall be of the non-corrosive type and must not contain Sulphur (e. lifting trunnion and pad eyes.6 Lifting fittings Lifting fittings are defined as lifting lugs. 7.5 Helidecks The main supporting steel structure for a helideck on the topside structure is covered by this standard. if assembled with aluminium helideck. the additional requirements presented in this section must be fulfilled. For lifting fittings. 13/90242-5 . Outside burrs resulting from drilling or reaming operations shall be removed with a tool making a 2 mm bevel.ETS-21 v. Holes shall be clean-cut without torn or ragged edges. Outside burrs resulting from drilling or reaming operations shall be removed with a tool making a 2 mm bevel. For classification.4. 7. Helicopter Decks DNV-OS-E401. The helidecks shall be designed and marked to comply with ‘Statens Luftfartsvæsen’ regulation BL 3-5. 3 12/35 .All holes shall be drilled and reamed as necessary prior to application of protective coating.1 Bolts in shear and tension connections Bolts in structural members from M12 mm and up shall be pre-stressed to 50% of yield strength unless otherwise specified. Grease shall always be applied when using torque-tensioning technique.

The lifting fittings shall be completed with a topcoat RAL 1004 (yellow) and marked with SWL in black letters.5 is used in the design. All plates for lifting fittings shall be examined 100% according to EN 10160 Class S1 Pinholes in pad eyes shall be machined. Complete non-destructive re-testing by means of MT and UT shall be carried out on all lifting fittings after each lift or when load has been applied. the structural members shall have documented through thickness properties (i.e. Document no. 7. 7. the pad eye shall be sliced into the structure For “normal load” and “low load” the following additional requirements apply:   A chemical re-test shall be performed to document the traceability between the material and the original certificate. Full dimensional and orientation checks of all lifting fittings shall be made upon completion. the chemical re-test may be avoided if an additional material factor of 1. the final rolling direction shall be indicated by hard stamping Lifting direction shall be in the final rolling direction For “high load” the following further requirements apply:     Full mechanical and chemical re-test shall be performed Charpy impact testing shall be performed transverse to the final rolling direction Tensile test pieces shall be tested transverse to the final rolling direction Where “high load” lifting fittings are welded directly onto a structure. Otherwise. Welding of lifting fittings shall be of full penetration type welds unless noted otherwise on the design drawings.6. For lifting fittings in “low load”. 3 13/35 .3 Additional Requirements The following additional requirements apply for “high load” and “normal load” lifting fittings:   In pad eye plates. If cheek plates are fitted the machining of the hole shall be carried out after welding of the cheek plates. type 2 or 4 steel).2 Materials and Fabrication All materials for lifting fittings shall be of steel type 3 special steel.ETS-21 v. 13/90242-5 .High load: Above 50 tonnes unit load Unit load is the total current weight of the structure to be lifted.6.

1 Temporary cut-outs When temporary cut-outs are necessary they shall be prepared with the same care as for permanent cut-outs including carefully rounded corners.t shall be within table 7-1.ETS-21 v. The fabrication tolerances for design dimensions for sections at interface points I.8. and magnetic particle re-inspected.2 Rat holes (Weld access hole) Rat holes shall only be used where absolutely required and they shall then have a radius of 30 mm. Minor surface defects on primary steel shall be ground to sound metal. if necessary.9 Fabrication dimension tolerances The fabrication dimensional tolerances for erection of constructions shall be in accordance with DNV-OS-C401. 13/90242-5 . 3 14/35 . Document no.e.7 Finishing of structural steel All temporary attachments for scaffolding.7. 7. The last pass (es) shall be deposited against the temporary part. top of jacket e. All temporary welds shall require a minimum of two weld passes. shall be removed by cutting not closer than 3 mm to the structure and then ground flushed with the surface. Subsequently. temporary bracing etc. but never exceed 10mm regardless of the design dimension.8. 7. stabbing guides. 7. 100% magnetic particle inspected.c. In addition to the requirements in DNV-OS-C401. 7. Rat holes shall be sealed with closure plates fillet welded to the structure after completion of NDE on the main steel. 100% MT shall be performed. The welds shall be continued through the rat hole. weld repaired. the tolerances for linear and angular dimensions and straightness shall be as stated in the following tables.8 Fabrication of non-structural steel and temporary attachments When welding non-structural and temporary attachments to primary structural components a minimum clearance of 200 mm between any attachments weld toe and any structural component weld toe shall be kept.

flatness and parallelism Tolerances for straightness.8 ±0.ETS-21 v.3 C (Secondary) ±1.5 Table 7-2 – Tolerances for angular dimensions 7.8 ±0. 3 15/35 . a welding assembly or a welded structure. The length of the shorter angle leg as specified in the following table shall be used to determine which tolerances are to apply.9. 13/90242-5 .8 ±0.1 Tolerances for linear dimensions Tolerances for linear dimensions shall be in accordance with EN ISO 13920. The tolerances as specified in the following table apply for both the overall dimensions of a weldment. flatness and parallelism shall be in accordance with EN ISO 13920.5 ±0.5 ±0.9. Range of nominal length in mm > 20000 ≤20000 <16000 <12000 <8000 <4000 <2000 <1000 <400 <120 (Structural Category) < 30 Tolerance Class Tolerances in mm B (Special) ±1 ±2 ±2 ±3 ±4 ±6 ±8 ±10 ±12 ±14 ±16 B (Primary) ±1 ±2 ±2 ±3 ±4 ±6 ±8 ±10 ±12 ±14 ±16 C (Secondary) ±1 ±3 ±4 ±6 ±8 ±11 ±14 ±18 ±21 ±24 ±27 Table 7-1 – Tolerances for linear dimensions 7.3 Tolerances for straightness.3 B (Primary) ±0. Class B and C.2 Tolerances for angular dimensions Tolerances for angular dimensions shall be in accordance with EN ISO 13920. Class B and C.0 ±0. Class E.7. Document no.9. Range of nominal sizes l in mm (l=length of shorter leg) Tolerance Class (Structural Category) <400 <1000 >1000 Angular tolerances in degrees B (Special) ±0.

7.5 ±2 ±3 ±4 ±5 ±6 ±7 ±8 E (Primary) ±0. Length of node stubs shall not be less than the outside diameter or 610 mm whichever is the strictest.5 ±1 ±1.Range of nominal length in mm <20000 <20000 <16000 <12000 <8000 <4000 <2000 <1000 <400 (Structural Category) < 120 Tolerance Class Tolerances in mm E (Special) ±0. Circumferential seams shall be avoided within node stubs.9. unless otherwise indicated on the drawings. 3 16/35 . Longitudinal seams shall preferably be 180 degrees offset wherever practical and shall not be less than 15 degrees offset. 7. flatness and parallelism The dimensions given in the drawings are applicable at a temperature of +10C.9.5 ±1 ±1.5 ±6 ±8 ±10 ±12 ±14 ±16 Table 7-3 – Tolerances for straightness. Document no. Corrections must be performed if the manufacturing temperature differs from this.5 Location of seams Minimum distance between circumferential seams in tubular shall be 1200 mm unless shown otherwise on the drawings.5 ±2 ±3 ±4 ±5 ±6 ±7 ±8 F (Secondary) ±1 ±1. which could affect offshore operations. 13/90242-5 . Contractor shall submit construction drawings marked up to as-built status and indicate as-built interface dimensions. by more than 10 C.4 Section ends The ends of sections cut perpendicular to the longitudinal axis shall be perpendicular to the axis with a maximum deviation of 3 mm.5 ±3 ±4. The longitudinal seams on node chord cans shall be located at a minimum radial distance of 75 mm from the edge of any brace to chord welds.ETS-21 v.

The lines shall be black on yellow background.7 Plates and grating Grating shall be flat and without visible warping.ETS-21 v. can be accepted provided the misalignment does not exceed 3 mm for single sided welding and 6 mm for double sided welding. welding and NDE coordinator. The root of adjacent tubular joints shall be completely tied-in (bonded) by weld metal and smooth transition shall be assured. quality responsible.000. 8. The maximum acceptable misalignment as specified in EN ISO 5817. painted black on yellow background. and NDE level III.9. The water level marking shall consist of a circumferential marking line at every meter. The result of said review shall be subject for approval by Energinet. The figures shall be min 500 mm high.9. An organisation chart. 7. The id's letter/figures shall be black on rectangular white background.10 Markings Sub-structure. shall be available. Line width shall be 100 mm for El (+) 0. start and end elevation to be agreed. Welding The welding workshop shall have a quality management system in accordance with ISO 9001. 7. defined as a condition where tubular surfaces are misaligned. oriented 450 with respect to the gridlines.1 Welding processes Welding may be performed with the following processes unless otherwise specified: Document no. which as a minimum shall include the names of the responsible manager. 13/90242-5 .8 Landings and stairways Horizontal and vertical location of landings and stairways shall not deviate from theoretical measures on design drawings with more than 10 mm. Slope of plates and grating shall be maximum ±6 mm/3 m. Maximum allowable warping is 2 mm. 7. 7. ISO 3834 series or equivalent standard.dk. Water level figures shall be painted on the jacket legs. 3 17/35 .9.9. The jacket leg id number shall be painted on 3 locations around the circumference with 400 mm high identification letters at agreed elevation.9 Interface tolerance Interface checks between Topside and Sub-structure shall be subject for detailed review and scrutiny by the Contractor.7. 8. and 50 mm for all other elevations.6 High-low High-low.9.

4 Welder's or operator's record A record shall be kept of the welder’s or welding operator’s symbols and be available at all times. ASME IX or ANSI/AWS D1. Each qualified welder or welding operator shall be assigned a symbol.2 Qualifications of welders and welding operators 8. 13/90242-5 . A record of the welders or welding operators work performed during the last 12 months shall be available to Energinet. The welder or welding operator shall mark his welds with his symbol.dk at all times. 8.3 Identification of welder or welding operator Welder Performance Qualification (WPQ) sheets with photograph shall be used for documentation purpose.2. The welding coordinator shall be certified European Welding Engineer (EWE) or similar.ETS-21 v. The welder performance qualification test shall be carried out in accordance with a qualified welding procedure specification (WPS). 8. 8.2.1 for welders and EN 1418 for operators or equivalent standards approved by Energinet. Welder's symbol shall be stated in NDE-reports and as-built documentation for high and normal safety class structure.2. ISO 9606. which always shall be visible during welding.1 Welding coordinator The workshop shall have one welding coordinator whereby welding personnel can be supplied with the necessary procedure specifications and work instructions to ensure that the work is correctly executed and managed. 8. Document no.2.2 Welders and operators All welders and operators shall be experienced and qualified in the workshop in accordance with the requirements of EN 287 series.        Metal-arc welding with covered electrode Self-shielded tubular-cored arc welding Submerged arc welding Metal inert gas welding (MIG) Metal active gas welding (MAG) Tubular-cored Metal arc welding Tungsten inert gas arc welding (TIG) Plasma arc welding Other welding processes shall be agreed with Energinet. 3 18/35 .dk prior to fabrication.dk.

sufficiently tested and documented procedures may however. diameter of 200 mm and with an inclination of 35. The test weld is a Y-joint between a vertical plate and a tube (branch) with a min. Each macro section shall be examined and found to be acceptable to ASME code section VIII. Groove geometry shall be as specified in the relevant welding procedure qualification record.dk for approval prior to commencement of welding. 13/90242-5 . The thickness of the branch shall be at least 15 mm. Already established.3 Welding procedures 8. The welding parameters shall be in accordance with a qualified welding procedure. All test welds shall be 100% ultrasonic tested in accordance with section 8.5 Test for branch connections Tests of welders for branch connections (Y-joints) are given below for the structural categories Special and Primary.1 General Welding Procedure Qualification Records (WPQR's) shall reflect the production and shall be performed in accordance with EN ISO 15614-1 or ASME IX. 9 o’clock and 12 o’clock shall be made.ETS-21 v. The plate thickness shall be at least 15 mm and shall have a minimum length and width equal to two times branch outside diameter.0 From the test weld three macro sections taken from 6 o’clock. ‘Y’ joint welder's qualification shall be required for branch connections (Y and K connections between tubulars or tubulars welded to plates.8. WPS (Welding Procedure Specification) shall be prepared in accordance with EN-2881.1 or an equivalent standard approved by Energinet. branch outside diameter above 150 mm) in addition to the welding test piece positions either PC and PF or to H-L045/G6 qualification. be acceptable.2. The material used in the WPQR shall be made on project materials only. unless otherwise stated in this section.dk WPS's inclusive copy of reference WPQR shall be issued to Energinet. AWS D1. 8. if approved by Energinet. No back welding is permitted.dk prior commencement of production.3. Document no. 3 19/35 . Free end of the branch shall be oriented downwards in relation to vertical and be covered by a temporary plate during welding.

dk. 8. The validity of a qualified welding procedure is restricted to the workshop specifying the procedure and performing the procedure welding. CTOD results shall be calculated using appropriate values of yield stresses.Test body shall be acceptable to Energinet. 13/90242-5 . CTOD test shall be carried out according to BS 7448 Part 2 (with detailed requirements as given in DNV-OS-C401). CTOD testing (Fracture mechanics testing) shall be performed in accordance with the requirements stipulated in DNV-OS-C101.4 Steel type 5 Charpy-V impact values (J) 50 27 Temperature (oC) -40 -20 Table 8-1 Minimum average Charpy-V notch impact test value Document no. For welding of structural category Secondary only approved WPS’ are required.2 Specific requirements The degree of cold deformation of special and primary structural elements shall be less than 5%. Hydrogen removal treatment is not allowed without prior approval from Energinet. Charpy-V Impact test: The following minimum values shall apply: Steel type Steel type 1 .dk. either heat treatment or strain ageing tests shall be carried out according to agreed procedure. If the deformation exceeds 5%. Workshops or workshop branches under the same technical management and working in accordance with the same QA-programme and procedures are considered as one workshop. The carbon equivalent (CE) of the production material shall not exceed that of the steel used for the WPQR by more than 0. 8.ETS-21 v. Test bodies will be approved if accredited by national authorities according to EN 45004 for certification of welding procedures according to EN ISO 15614-1 series or ASME IX. Deviations from the specific requirements shall require a new welding procedure test. 3 20/35 .3.03%.3.3 Test of the procedure welds Examinations shall be performed not earlier than 48 hours after completion of the weld.

spatter and slag before depositing the next weld run. wet or icy'. 8. snow and wind. After removal. sound metal shall be provided as a base for weld metal deposition. 3 21/35 . the parent material shall be Document no. Tack welds shall have adequate cross section to prevent cracking. Weld preparation Contractor shall establish shielding to protect each welding site from rain.1 Welding sequences Contractor shall develop erection sequences. 13/90242-5 . 8. The resulting excavation shall have a profile suitable for welding. Suitable NDE methods shall be used to search for cracks.4. Welds shall be made from both sides whenever possible. which shall include welding sequences to control fabrication tolerances within the specified limits and prevent the build-up of excessive internal stresses in the structure.8. Double-sided welds shall be back-gouged and ground or ground to sound metal before the second side is welded. Single sided butt welds shown on the design drawings may be executed from the other side to suit fabrication. this may necessitate grinding or gouging followed by grinding at a depth of min. which is lesser.4. crater cracks shall be removed prior to deposition the next weld run. Arc strikes Arc strikes outside the welding groove are not permitted. No welding shall be carried out when the surface is damp. 2 mm. Each run of weld metal shall be thoroughly cleaned of flux. and carried out according to a qualified welding procedure.2 Preparation and welding of materials shall be in accordance with the qualified welding procedures. Tack welds Tack welds shall be of a minimum length of four times the base metal thickness or 100 mm.7. crack detected and completely fused with the root run. If necessary.3 Weld execution Workmanship Clean. Tack welds that form part of the completed weld shall be cleansed.4 Production welding 8.4. Cracked tack welds shall be completely removed by grinding and shall not be incorporated into the finished weld. Repair will be grinding in accordance with section 7.ETS-21 v.

13/90242-5 . whichever is more stringent. which have not been used previously on another type of material. Branch connections Qualified T-joint welders shall be used for the first 25% or 3 passes of the weld. b) Work pieces shall be heated to ensure a minimum temperature of 25 C and dryness. Specific care shall be taken that the arc is not struck before full airflow is established.ETS-21 v. The gouged/grounded profile shall be suitable for welding with the applicable process. Backing Permanent backing is not permitted unless accepted by Energinet. Pre-heating Document no. 3 22/35 .4 Pre-heating Pre-heating shall be carried out by electrical resistance. induction equipment or by use of gas burners specifically made and shaped for this type of operation. Weld interruption Welding shall not be discontinued before 25% or 3 passes of the weld thickness is complete. 2 mm. At this stage the weld profile should be concave particularly at the weld material/parent plate interface. Joint preparation and cleaning Wire brushing and grinding of materials shall be performed using silicon carbide grinding wheels and steel wire brushes. Cutting torches are not allowed for pre-heating.dk prior to fabrication.dk shall approve the procedure prior to gouging. 8. Arc/air gouging All arc/air-gouged surfaces shall be dressed to bright clean metal by grinding at an additional depth of min. For the other passes welders qualified in the H-L045 position may by used. whichever is more stringent.magnetic particle or liquid penetrant examined to ensure that crack propagation from the tack weld into the parent material has not occurred.4. The minimum pre-heat temperature shall be the higher of the following: a) The temperature specified in the relevant approved welding procedure. c) The minimum temperature shall be calculated according to EN 1011 The pre-heat temperature shall be established for a distance of at least 75 mm on either side of the weld and through the wall thickness prior to welding. Energinet.

4.7 Weld repairs All corrective work consisting of removal of defects and deposition of repair welds shall be in accordance with the qualified repair welding procedure. when applicable. The weld shall be PWHT and the surrounding area shall be covered with insulation material covering minimum 500 mm on each side of the weld. the deposition of repair weld shall be in accordance with a welding procedure qualified for the original weld. Repairs and modifications shall be identified and documented. The mechanical properties of repair weld shall satisfy the minimum specified properties of the steel in question. Sufficient amount of thermocouples shall be used to cover the area being PWHT adequately. Removal of defective areas shall be by machining. 8. chipping or arc/air gouging followed by grinding. The information shall be accurately transferred from the charts to thermal history graphs. The temperature measurement for pre-heating shall be thermocouples or temperature-indicating crayons. PWHT shall be determined in accordance with DNV-OS-C401. 1 m ahead of the arc and throughout the whole welding operation.ETS-21 v. 3 23/35 .4. Due to requirements from the design code PWHT shall be performed with electric resistance. free from scale and have a contour to permit ease in repair welding. induction equipment or in a fixed furnace. grinding. The resulting excavation shall be clean. 8. Document no. For tubular the open ends shall be covered to avoid draught inside the tubular during the heat treatment. MT or PT shall assure defect removal. The insulation material shall not be removed before the temperature is below 250 C.4.5 Inter-pass temperature The minimum inter-pass temperature shall be at least equal to the pre-heat temperature and shall not exceed 250 C. The temperature shall be monitored by means of thermocouples. Alternatively.shall be maintained over the full length of the joint or min. 8. PWHT temperature/time charts shall be clearly identified and retained.6 Post weld heat treatment (PWHT) Post weld heat treatment (PWHT) shall always be performed according to the same approved WPQR as the welding has been based on. 13/90242-5 .

8 Production testing Energinet. The welds shall be assigned inspection categories equal to the highest structural category of the two components. Non-destructive examination This section specifies the requirements to NDE for the structural welds performed on the fabrication site.). Section 3 – B400.1 Visual examination (VT) Magnetic particle examination (MT) Liquid penetrant examination (PT) Ultrasonic examination (UT) Radiographic examination (RT) Eddy current (ET) Extent of examinations The extent of NDE shall be based on type and level of design stresses and on the importance of the connection in question. Inspection categories are in accordance with the requirements stipulated in DNV-OSC101. 3 24/35 .dk reserves the right to select test welds for production tests directly from the production welds.Second weld repair requires Energinet.dk approval. 8. Document no. The testing shall be performed to the requirements of this ETS. If a full test procedure cannot be performed because of lack of material (e.ETS-21 v. etc. however.dk 9. only the hardness tests and the technically possible amount of Charpy tests shall be performed with the below priority: 1) 2) 3) 4) The notch crossing the fusion line symmetrically 1) + 2 mm 1) + 5 mm The notch on the weld centre line If the production test is not fulfilling the requirements the cause of failing shall be established immediately and brought to the attention of Energinet. Following methods are applicable:       9. Frequent repairs shall result in increased NDE according to DNV-OS-C401. small diameter pipes.g. 13/90242-5 . CTOD testing is not required.4. Non-destructive examination shall be carried out according to DNV-OS-C401.

Acceptance criteria for visual and magnetic testing shall be according to ISO 5817 quality level B or C with the additional requirement that pinholes. pores etc. 13/90242-5 . Radiographic examination may be replaced by ultrasonic examination and vice versa. for special structures comply with ISO 5817 level B.3 Execution of NDE All plates.1 shall be used as examination technique for visually examination of weld preparation and finished welds. i. 9. tubulars and profiles in the structural categories Special and Primary shall be checked by NDE according to one or more of the methods specified in DNV-OSC401. which shall be coated. approval of procedures. or work under direct supervision of a certified level II person. EN 970 or AWS D1. as a minimum be certified as level II.dk.2. Document no.2. The personnel performing NDE shall.2 Examination personnel All personnel shall be certified in accordance with EN 473 or equivalent and the unit shall as a minimum include one certified level III inspector. Welds of category primary/secondary shall comply with ISO 5817 level C. slag stripes.4 NDE procedure and acceptance criteria.2 NDE Qualifications 9. 9.2.e.ETS-21 v.1 Examination organisation The organisation performing NDE shall be an independent inspection unit accredited according to EN ISO 17025 or equivalent. when methodologically justifiable and in agreement with the Energinet. equipment.1 Visual (VT) procedure and acceptance criteria 100% VT shall be performed on all welds. 9. 9. which have been approved by the responsible level 3 inspector and in accordance with the requirements of DNV-OS-C401 standard.4.NDE shall be carried out to an extent not less than required in DNV-OS-C401. 9. 3 25/35 . shall not be accepted for welds. who shall have the overall technical responsibility for the NDE activities.3 Procedures All NDE shall be performed in accordance with agreed written procedures. 9. The acceptance criteria level shall. technique etc.

structural fabrication 9. etc. to make sure that lamellar tearing has not taken place.ETS-21 v.4.5 Execution of NDE. 9.3 Radiographic testing (RT) procedure and acceptance criteria Examination technique shall be in accordance with EN 1435 class B.4. the welding can be heated to 200 °C and held at that temperature for two (2) hours. Acceptance level: EN 12517 level 1.5 Liquid Penetrant testing (LP) acceptance criteria Examination technique shall be in accordance with EN 571-1. at the earliest. This procedure is subject to Energinet.5. annex A.1 General All NDE shall be performed after final post weld heat treatment.c) not welded to special or primary structures. NDE can then be executed after cooling to the temperature required for performance of the examination.4. Acceptance level shall be as per EN ISO 23278 2x or ISO 5817 level B or C 9. Alternatively. 9. All Plates which are subjected to tensile stresses in the thickness direction in way of cross joints. Acceptance level: EN 1291 2X. 3 26/35 .2 Magnetic particle (MT) procedure and acceptance criteria Examination technique shall be in accordance with EN 1290 or ASTM E 709. if applicable.9. AC electromagnetic yoke shall be used. If steel with improved through Document no.4 Ultrasonic testing (UT) acceptance criteria The examination shall be performed and evaluated as follows: Examination level: EN 1714 level B. NDE can be performed after cooling to the temperature required for performance of the examination required. For welds in secondary structure (handrails. Acceptance level: EN 1712 level 2.dk approval. be commenced 48 hours after welding completion. 13/90242-5 . 9. Detection media shall be of liquid type.t. the examination surface shall be covered by a thin layer of contrast paint. Examination shall be performed for indications in any directions. shall be ultrasonically tested after welding into the structure. fluorescent or black. If black suspended power is used.4. kick plates ladders e. NDE examination shall.

ETS-21 v.dk.5.5 Extent of examination in case of unacceptable welds All unacceptable indications shall be removed. 3 27/35 . b) If the results of the examination according to a) are acceptable the defective weld shall be repaired and re-examined and all welds in the lot are considered acceptable. When examinations for detection of internal as well as external defects are required for the same weld the examination for external defects shall be performed prior to the examination for internal defects. Document no. this test may be reduced to spot-check only.3 Surface conditions The surface and the adjacent area to be examined shall be clean and free of all dirt.2 Sequence of examination Visual examination shall always be performed prior to other examinations. grease.5. Where weld repair is required.4 Random examination Where random examination (spot check) is required a complete examination of the specified percentage of the welds in the lot shall take place. 13/90242-5 . spatter. To assure the examination and interpretation of results the weld surface shall be prepared by grinding.5. Weld repairs (or replaced welds) shall be examined with the same method as the original weld. the selection shall ensure that the work product of each welder or welding operator performing the welding is included . 9. 9. paint. the repair area shall be re-examined for external defects prior to welding including 100 mm on either side. if necessary. 9. Where practical. heavy oxidation etc. c) If the results of the examination according to a) are unacceptable two further welds by the same welder or welding operator shall be examined for each defective weld. The selection of welds to be examined may be at the discretion of the inspector from Energinet. Where random examination reveals unacceptable indications the following actions shall be taken: a) Two additional welds by the same welder or welding operator shall be examined with the same examination method. Welds in hollow sections shall be 100% leak tested or 100% MPI tested. NDE shall be performed prior to application of linings and coatings.thickness properties (steel type 2 and 4) has been adopted.5. that may interfere with the examination. 9.

The traceability shall cover all welding. all welds welded by the same welder or welding operator shall be either: . when applicable Approved deviation reports and technical site queries List of material certificates Material certificates Coating documentation The as-built documentation shall further be compiled in accordance with EDS . the defective welds shall be repaired and re-examined.ETS-21 v. materials and NDE of the structure Dimension reports. Coating The minimum requirements are given in Energinet.dk technical standard “Protective Coating of Steel – ETS-25” 11. Repaired and re-examined as applicable. and all welds in the lot are considered acceptable. but not be limited to the following:                Documentation index Third part inspection release note (If applicable) Manufactures declaration of conformity (certificate of conformity) List of as-built drawings As-built traceability drawings.Examined 100%.dk after execution of the work. 3 28/35 . 13/90242-5 . e) If the results of the examination according to c) are unacceptable. when applicable NDE reports NDE personnel certificates List of approved WPS List of approved welders Weight reports. 10.02.d) If the results of the examination according to c) are acceptable. Document no. The as-built documentation shall include. As-built documentation As-built documentation shall be compiled and submitted by the contractor to Energinet.

13/90242-5 . 3 29/35 .1 Deliverables Contractor shall deliver the following set of documentation to Energinet.11. as per EDS-50-01. Document no.dk:  Shop and design drawings in AutoCAD and PDF format.ETS-21 v. The electronic documentation shall be prepared as pdf files with bookmarks.

13/90242-5 .ETS-21 v. EN 10164 Quality Class Z35 Special Steel: Special Steel with requirements for improved deformation properties perpendicular to the surface of the product . EN 10164 Quality Class Z35 Primary Steel Primary Steel with requirements for improved deformation properties perpendicular to the surface of the product . Appendix Appendix 1A.12. 3 Primary Steel with requirements for improved deformation properties perpendicular to the surface of the product . EN 10164 Quality Class Z35 Secondary Steel. 30/35 . Steel Types and Quality for Topside structures Steel Type Material Type Material Dim Standard Steel Quality Description ST1 Plates T ≤ 50 mm EN 10025 S355J2 Primary Steel Plates T > 50 mm EN 10025 S355NL Sections All EN 10025 S355J2 Welded hollow sections All EN 10219 S355J2H Seamless hollow sections All EN 10210 S355J2H Plates T ≤ 50 mm EN 10025 S355J2 Plates T > 50 mm EN 10025 S355NL Sections All EN 10025 S355J2 Welded hollow sections All EN 10219 S355J2H Seamless hollow sections All EN 10210 S355J2H Plates T ≤ 50 mm EN 10025 S420N Plates T > 50 mm EN 10025 S420NL Sections All EN 10025 S420N Welded hollow sections All EN 10219 S420N Seamless hollow sections All EN 10210 S420N Plates T ≤ 50 mm EN 10025 S420N Plates T > 50 mm EN 10025 S420NL Sections All EN 10025 S420N Welded hollow sections All EN 10219 S420N Seamless hollow sections All EN 10210 S420N Plates All EN 10225 S420G1+Q EN 10225 S420G1+M EN 10225 S420G1+Q EN 10225 S420G1+M EN 10025 S235 Plates EN 10025 S235 Sections EN 10025 S235 Welded hollow sections EN 10219 S235 Seamless hollow sections EN 10210 S235 Bulb flats EN 10067 S235 ST2 ST3 ST4 ST3-S ST4-S ST5 Plates Plates All All Document no.

13/90242-5 . EN 10164 Quality Class Z35 Plates: S420G1+Q/G1+M+Option 13 Sections: S420G3+M+Option 13 Welded hollow sections: S420G5+Q+Option 13 Seamless hollow sections: S420G6+Q+Option 13 5 EN 10025 S235-S275 Document no. EN 10164 Quality Class Z35 Plates: S355G9+N/G9+M+Option 13 Sections: S355G11+N/G11+M+Option 13 Welded hollow sections: S355G13+N+Option 13 Seamless hollow sections: S355G14+Q/G14+N+Option 13 3 EN 10225 Plates: S420G1+Q/G1+M Sections: S420G3+M Welded hollow sections: S420G5+Q Seamless hollow sections: S420G6+Q 4 EN 10225 Steel with requirements for improved deformation properties perpendicular to the surface of the product . 3 31/35 .ETS-21 v.Appendix 1B Steel Types and Quality for Sub-structure (Jacket) Steel Type Standard Steel Quality 1 EN 10225 Plates: S355G9+N/G9+M Sections: S355G11+N/G11+M Welded hollow sections: S355G13+N Seamless hollow sections: S355G14+Q/G14+N 2 EN 10225 Steel with requirements for improved deformation properties perpendicular to the surface of the product .

ETS-21 v. 13/90242-5 .Appendix 2 Drawing 10H 04 050 Stair . 3 32/35 . Document no.Standard drawing.

ETS-21 v. 13/90242-5 .Appendix 3 Drawing 10H 04 051 . Document no. 3 33/35 . removable/fixed handrail.Standard drawing.

removable handrail. 13/90242-5 . 3 34/35 . heavy duty Document no.ETS-21 v.Appendix 4 Drawing 10H 05 052 -. Standard drawing.

Typical details. 13/90242-5 . grating Document no. 3 35/35 .ETS-21 v.Appendix 5 Drawing 10H4 04 053 -.