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PETMAR PTY LTD TRADING AS :

PROCESS CHEMICALS
A.C.N. 008 851 474
Registered Office : 154 High Street, Fremantle WA 6160
All Trading and Contract Documents to :

6 BUTCHER STREET, KWINANA WA 6167


Telephone: (08) 9419 5577 Facsimile: (08) 9419 4958
EMAIL ADDRESS : chal@wantree.com.au

QUOTATION
Date:

27th April 2000

Our Ref:

To:

Ted Reynolds
PETRONAS

Facsimile No.
Telephone No.

From:

Peter Cattalini

Facsimile No.
Telephone No.

PROCESS CHEMICALS

Quotation Number: 2684SARA

(08) 9419 4958


(08) 9419 5577

CHEMICAL CLEANING
Hello Ted,
The following is information that will assist you in Ambient Chemical Cleaning or
Degreasing of your Acid Gas Treating Section of Sarawak LNG Plant.
Our recommended procedure is to use a 2% weight/volume Ammoniated Citric Acid Solution
with 0.2% Wetting Agent and 0.2% Surfactant at Ambient Temperature provided recirculation
can be achieved.
This method of Chemical Cleaning degreases as well as descales Carbon Steel Pipework using
a totally non toxic and biodegradable solution which can be disposed of on site. This is the
same procedure used on several occasions on Woodside LNG in Western Australia.
Comprehensive Procedure is attached.
Our alternative (attached Procedure using Ammoniated Citric Acid is preferred method)
method is to use our water based Ambient Temperature Degreasing Agent which is Challenge
HD Cleaner.
Challenge HD Water Based Ambient Temperature Degreasing Solution is an alkali based
product combined with a emulsifier to remove oil and greases only.
The Challenge HD Cleaner would be used at 5% by volume and would require four (4) days
recirculation to achieve degreasing.

Material Safety Data Sheets and Product Data Sheet attached.


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Neutralisation of Challenge HD Water Based Degreaser would be achieved using Citric Acid.

Duration of Degreasing Chemical Cleaning :

preferred method using Ammoniated Citric Acid Solution with Wetting Agents
and Surfactant Agents is six (6) days which includes setting up
and

using Water Based Degreaser Challenge HD Cleaner is five (5) days which
includes setting up

Neutralisation Details :

preferred method does not require neutralisation as final solution has pH of


8.5 to 9.0
and

for Water based Degreasing Citric Acid to pH 7.0 would be used

Chemical Products :
Product

Form

Citric Acid
Ammonia
Water based Challenge
HD Cleaner
Wetting Agent
Surfactant Agent

Powder
Liquid
Liquid

Quantity required for


500 tonne solution
12 Tonne
14,000 Litres
25,000 Litres

Liquid
Liquid

2,000 Litres
2,000 Litres

Costs :
Citric Acid
Ammonia
Water based HD Cleaner
Wetting Agent
Surfactant Agent
Sodium Nitrite

Aus $48,000
(1 x 6 metre container)
Aus $42,000
(1 x 6 metre container)
Aus $58,000
(2 x 6 metre containers)
Aus $16,000
(transport in above container)
Aus $16,000
(transport in above container)
Aus $8,000
(transport in above container

We can come on site to assist with all facets of Cleaning and Testing on a Turn Key basis.
We would require four (4) of our men on site for Chemical Cleaning Operation.
Our costs for four (4) men would be Aus $320.00 per hour for approximately 100 hours which
would include Mobilisation, Demobilisation time.
Price does not include Accommodation, Travel, Vehicles.
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As you are aware we have used both above procedures on several occasions on projects
throughout Australia and in particular at Burrup/Woodside LNG Plant.
Preferred Procedure Degreases as well as Descales at Ambient Temperature. Water Based
Degreaser removes oils and greases only at Ambient Temperature.
I trust the above information is as required and am looking forward to hearing from you.
If you require further information please give me a call on either 9419 5577 or 0417 940834.
Regards,
Peter Cattalini

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PETMAR PTY LTD TRADING AS :

PROCESS CHEMICALS
A.C.N. 008 851 474
Registered Office : 154 High Street, Fremantle WA 6160
All Trading and Contract Documents to :

6 BUTCHER STREET, KWINANA WA 6167


Telephone: (09) 419 5577 Facsimile: (09) 419 4958

COMBINED DEGREASING AND


CHEMICAL CLEANING
PROCEDURE
FOR

ACID GAS TREATING SECTION


AT

SARAWAK LNG PLANT


Prepared For:
Attention:

Ted Reynolds

Prepared By:
Date:

Peter Cattalini
27th April, 2000

PETRONAS

Revision : Number:0
Reference : Quotation\2684SARA

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PROCESS CHEMICALS
A.C.N. 008 851 474

COMBINED DEGREASING AND


CHEMICAL CLEANING PROCEDURE
ACID GAS TREATING SECTION
SARAWAK LNG PLANT

A.

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GENERAL - CHEMICAL CLEANING

The following method for the pre-commission Combined Degreasing and Chemical Cleaning of
the Acid Gas Section Lines is the most effective and safest with respect to the multi-metal
circuit, valves and personnel in area.
In this application, Chemical Cleaning Degreasing Solution mildness (not a vigorous acid
attack on metals), non-toxicity and efficiency are the most important considerations. The
Ammonium Citrate Degreasing and Acid Cleaning Solution (mixture of Citric Acid, Wetting
Agent, Surfactant Agent and Ammonia) is safe, fume free and adverse effects to personnel and
material through use of strong Degreasing and Acid Cleaning Chemicals is eliminated.
The advantages for using Ammoniated Citric Acid with Wetting Agents and Surfactant Agents
are:-

good cleaning ability,

no chloride stress corrosion ie. suitable on stainless steel,

no re precipitation of dissolved scale,

non-toxic thus eliminating waste disposal problems,

has proved effective,

Degreasing Acid Cleaning through to Passivation stage is achieved by using same


solution ie. less liquid disposal and
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A.C.N. 008 851 474

COMBINED DEGREASING AND


CHEMICAL CLEANING PROCEDURE
ACID GAS TREATING SECTION
SARAWAK LNG PLANT

A.

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GENERAL - CHEMICAL CLEANING (continued...)

- AND -

personnel in area can continue to work with no prospect of dangerous fumes or


Chemical Burns.

The purpose of pre-commission Degreasing and Acid Cleaning is to remove (by dissolving) all
oils, oxides and debris from the pipe internals.

Consequently, our aim is to move solution at reasonable velocity through the lines to ensure no
area is in contact with exhausted Chemical Solution.

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COMBINED DEGREASING AND


CHEMICAL CLEANING PROCEDURE
ACID GAS TREATING SECTION
SARAWAK LNG PLANT

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CHEMICAL CLEANING PROCEDURE

COMBINED
STAGE
1.

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DEGREASING

AND

ACID

CLEANING

Batch mix a 2% by weight Citric Acid Solution in chemical recirculation tank using
water with 0.2% Surfactant and 0.2% Wetting Agent detergent.

2.

Fill circuit with this solution and recirculate using Plant Installed Pump Units.

3.

Continue moving Combined Degreasing and Citric Acid Solution through lines and
sample every hour, test and record for:-

Iron (Fe++) Concentration

(Iron Pick-Up parts per million)

Acid Concentration

(Percent Weight/ Volume)

pH

(Using pH Meter)

Oil Pick Up

(Ultraviolet)

Sample is taken from return hose to chemical recirculation tank.

4.

Continue moving this solution for minium of 6 hours and test every hour.
Should Combined Degreasing and Acid strength fall below 2% weight/volume then
further Citric Acid must be added to elevate acid concentration to 2% weight/volume.
Iron Pick-Up is dependant on condition of pipe but for new pipe an Iron Pick up of
between 600 - 2500 ppm is acceptable.

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COMBINED DEGREASING AND


CHEMICAL CLEANING PROCEDURE
ACID GAS TREATING SECTION
SARAWAK LNG PLANT

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CHEMICAL CLEANING PROCEDURE

COMBINED
STAGE
4.

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DEGREASING

AND

ACID

CLEANING

continued...
The following is the criteria we aim for at End of Chemical Cleaning:Acid Strength
(Weight/Volume)

Ferrous Iron Pick-Up


(Parts Per Million)

Minimum

1.8 %

Aim

2.0 %

Maximum

2.2 %

Minimum

600 ppm

Aim

1,500 ppm

Maximum

2,500 ppm

All results are recorded on chemical Cleaning Stage Control Report.

5.

Shut recirculation pump down and allow this solution to soak overnight ensuring
adequate venting.

6.

After overnight soak, continue moving solution for one (1) hour and analyse for Iron
Pick-Up and Acid Strength. At this stage Combined Degreasing and Acid Strength and
Iron Pick-Up will be constant and stabilised.

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COMBINED DEGREASING AND


CHEMICAL CLEANING PROCEDURE
ACID GAS TREATING SECTION
SARAWAK LNG PLANT

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CHEMICAL CLEANING PROCEDURE


PASSIVATION STAGE

7.

Citric Acid Cleaning Solution pH is elevated to pH 3.5 and recirculated for eight (8)
hours and allowed to soak overnight.

8.

After 2nd overnight soak and one (1) hour recirculation add further Ammonia to

elevate

pH of solution to 9.0 + 0.5 (A pH meter is used).


NOTE:

9.

Sample from return hose to ensure a pH of 9.0 + 0.5 is achieved.

After two (2) hours recirculation, add sufficient Sodium Nitrite (0.5% Weight/Volume)
and check the Sodium Nitrite concentration form return hose for uniformity. The pH of
this solution will remain at approximately 9.0 + 0.5.
Recirculate this solution of one (1) hour.

10.

Degreasing, Acid Cleaning and Passivation now completed.

11.

Drain all Chemical Cleaning Solution into Waste Water Pond or Soil. The Ammoniated
Citric Acid solution is non toxic and totally biodegradable.

12.

Dry circuit using Oil Free Compressed Air or flush with Demin Water.
The Acid Gas Lines will now be ready for commissioning and no rerusting will occur
provided water is kept out of pipes.

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Date of Issue: July 1999

MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEET


PRODUCT NAME

CITRIC ACID

HAZCHEM CODE
UN NUMBER:

Not Applicable
Not Applicable

DANGEROUS GOODS CLASS


SUBSIDIARY RISK
POISONS SCHEDULE
WORKSAFE RATING

Not Applicable
Not Applicable
Not Scheduled
Non Hazardous

USE

Chemical Cleaning, Food Additive

PHYSICAL DESCRIPTION/PROPERTIES
APPEARANCE/ODOUR
White odourless granules
BOILING POINT/MELTING POINT
153C
VAPOUR PRESSURE
Not Applicable
SPECIFIC GRAVITY
1.6
FLASHPOINT
Not Flammable
FLAMMABILITY LIMITS
Not Applicable
SOLUBILITY IN WATER
Highly Soluble - 1620gm/l @ 25C
REACTIVITY WITH - AIR
Nil
WATER
Nil
OXIDISERS
Reacts
ACIDS
Nil

INGREDIENTS
CHEMICAL ENTITY

CAS NO.

PROPORTION

CITRIC ACID

77-92-9

> 99% w/w

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HEALTH HAZARD INFORMATION


HEALTH EFFECTS
SWALLOWED:

Slightly irritative.

EYES:

Moderately irritative.

SKIN:

Slightly irritative - may cause an allergic systematic reaction or rash to


develop.

INHALATION:

Slightly irritative to respiratory tract (including mucous membranes, throat


and (lungs).

FIRST AID
SWALLOWED:

DO NOT INDUCE VOMITING. Rinse or wash out mouth with plenty of


water after which, if victim is conscious, induce copious drinking of water.
Seek medical attention.

EYES:

Immediately hold eyelids open and wash continuously with water for at
least 15 minutes. Seek medical attention if irritation persists.

SKIN:

Remove contaminated shoes and clothing and launder before wearing


again. Flush affected areas with plenty of water.

INHALATION:

Move patient to fresh air, lay down and rest.

ADVICE TO DOCTOR:

PRECAUTIONS FOR USE

EXPOSURE LIMITS
EXPOSURE STANDARDS

For citric acid,Oral LD50 for rat 11700 mg/kg


No specific requirements

ENGINEERING CONTROLS

No special requirements.

PERSONAL PROTECTION

Wear eye protection, rubber gloves and overalls.

FLAMMABILITY

Not flammable

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SAFE HANDLING INFORMATION

STORAGE AND TRANSPORT

Transport or store in cool place and avoid oxidising agent (class 5.1).

SPILLS AND DISPOSAL

Contain and recover as much as practical. For small spills wash


away with copious amounts of water.

FIRE/EXPLOSION HAZARD

Combustible material, but will not burn on its own.


May cause
fire/explosion with oxidising material.
Evolves toxic gases on
decomposition.

CONTACT

NAME: W.I. Cromarty


TITLE:
Manager
PHONE: (08) 9419 5577

EMERGENCY NUMBERS

(08) 9337 4368


or
(08) 9337 6387

All information given by Challenge Chemicals Aust. is offered in good faith and is believed to the best of
Challenge Chemicals Aust. knowledge to be accurate. However this information is offered without warranty
representation inducement or licence and Challenge Chemicals Aust. does not assume any legal responsibility
for reliance upon the same. This information is not to be construed as a representation that the product is
suitable for any particular purpose and customers are encouraged to make their own enquiries as to the products
characteristics and, where appropriate, to conduct their own tests in the specific context of the customer's
intended use. Please read the label carefully before use.

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Date of Issue: June , 1995

MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEET


PRODUCT NAME

SODIUM NITRITE

USE

Meat preservative, passivation, photographic and analytical agent,


rubber accelerator.

U.N. NUMBER
HAZCHEM CODE
DANGEROUS GOODS CLASS
SUBSIDIARY RISK
POISONS SCHEDULE
PACKING GROUP

1500
1 [T]
5.1
Not Applicable
S5
III

PHYSICAL DESCRIPTION/PROPERTIES
APPEARANCE/ODOUR
MELTING POINT
VAPOUR PRESSURE
SPECIFIC GRAVITY
FLASHPOINT
FLAMMABILITY LIMITS
SOLUBILITY IN WATER
Soluble
REACTIVITY WITH:- AIR
WATER
OXIDISERS
ACIDS

Yellow to white powder or granules


271C
Not Applicable
2.gm/cm 3
Not Applicable
Not Applicable
Nil
Nil
Nil
Reacts violently to form nitrogen dioxide

INGREDIENTS
CHEMICAL ENTITY

CAS NO.

PROPORTION

SODIUM NITRITE

7632-00-0

95% W/W

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HEALTH HAZARD INFORMATION


HEALTH EFFECTS
ACUTE
SWALLOWED:

Harmful

EYES:

Irritant

SKIN:

Irritant

INHALATION:

Not Applicable

FIRST AID
SWALLOWED:

If swallowed and more than 15 minutes from a hospital, INDUCE


VOMITING preferably using Ipecac Syrup (APF).

EYES:

Immediately hold eyelids open and wash continuously with water for at
least 15 minutes. Seek medical attention if irritation persists.

SKIN:

Remove contaminated shoes and clothing and launder before wearing


again. Flush affected areas with plenty of water.

FIRST AID FACILITIES


ADVICE TO DOCTOR

Treat symptomatically.

PRECAUTIONS FOR USE


EXPOSURE LIMITS
EXPOSURE STANDARDS

No threshold limit values have been established.

ENGINEERING CONTROLS

No special requirements apart from adequate ventilation.

PERSONAL PROTECTION

Wear protective clothing, gloves, boots and eye protection

FLAMMABILITY

Not flammable but increases intensity of fire.

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SAFE HANDLING INFORMATION


STORAGE AND TRANSPORT

As for class 5.1 goods - store in cool dry place away from all ignition
sources, acids, ammonium salts or amino and amide combination.

SPILLS AND DISPOSAL

Do not absorb in sawdust or other combustible materials. Remove bulk of


material and wash away balance with copious amounts of water.

FIRE/EXPLOSION HAZARD

Dangerous fire and explosion risk when heated to 537 oc or in contact with
reducing materials. Use water delivered as a fine spray to control the fire
and cool adjacent areas. Use water jet to precipitate any reddish-brown
gases (nitrogen oxide).

EMERGENCY INFORMATION
CONTACT

NAME: W.I. Cromarty


TITLE:
Manager
PHONE: (08) 9419 5577

EMERGENCY NUMBERS

(08) 9337 4368


or
(08) 9337 6387

All information given by Challenge Chemicals Aust. is offered in good faith and is believed to the best of
Challenge Chemicals Aust. knowledge to be accurate. However this information is offered without warranty
representation inducement or licence and Challenge Chemicals Aust. does not assume any legal responsibility
for reliance upon the same. This information is not to be construed as a representation that the product is
suitable for any particular purpose and customers are encouraged to make their own enquires as to the products
characteristics and, where appropriate, to conduct their own tests in the specific context of the customer's
intended use. Please read the label carefully before use.

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Date of Issue: July, 1995

MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEET


PRODUCT NAME

AQUA AMMONIA 25%

USE

General Chemical

HAZCHEM CODE
UN NUMBER:
DANGEROUS GOODS CLASS
SUBSIDIARY RISK
POISONS SCHEDULE
PACKAGING GROUP

2672
2P
8
Not Classified
S6
III

PHYSICAL DESCRIPTION/PROPERTIES
APPEARANCE/ODOUR
Colourless liquid with pungent irritating odour.
BOILING POINT/MELTING POINT
BP - 33C
VAPOUR PRESSURE
65 KPa @ 27 C
SPECIFIC GRAVITY
0.90
FLASHPOINT
Not Applicable
FLAMMABILITY LIMITS
16 - 25% for ammonia gas
SOLUBILITY IN WATER
Not Applicable
REACTIVITY WITH - AIR
Nil - Fumes
WATER
Nil
OXIDISERS
May form explosive compounds with halogens and hypochlorites.
ACIDS
Exothermic reaction with strong mineral acids.

INGREDIENTS
CHEMICAL ENTITY

CAS NO.

PROPORTION

AMMONIUM HYDROXIDE
WATER

1336-21-6

25% w/w
Balance

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HEALTH HAZARD INFORMATION


HEALTH EFFECTS
ACUTE
SWALLOWED

Can be fatal.

EYES

Can result in permanent injury including corneal opacity, cataract and


glaucoma.

SKIN

Corrosive to skin and may cause skin burns if exposure is prolonged or


excessive.

INHALATION

Solution and vapour are irritant to mucous membranes and respiratory


tract. High concentrations of vapour may cause severe breathing
difficulties, chest pain and lung damage, including pulmonary
which may be fatal.

oedema

FIRST AID
SWALLOWED

DO NOT INDUCE VOMITING. Rinse or wash out mouth with plenty of


water after which, if victim is conscious, induce copious drinking of water.
Seek medical attention.

EYES

Immediately hold eyelids open and wash continuously with water for at
least 15 minutes. Seek medical attention if irritation persists.

SKIN

Remove contaminated shoes and clothing and launder before wearing


again. Flush affected areas with plenty of water.

ADVICE TO DOCTOR

Treat symptomatically. If exposure has been severe and/or symptoms


marked, observation in hospital for 48 hours should be considered because
of possibility of delayed pulmonary oedema.

PRECAUTIONS FOR USE


EXPOSURE LIMITS
EXPOSURE STANDARDS

No value assigned by NHMRC. However for Ammonia, TLV is 25ppm


(18mgm/m 3) NHMRC.

ENGINEERING CONTROLS

Maintain concentration below recommended exposure limit. Use with local


exhaust ventilation or use with respirator/air supplied mask.

PERSONAL PROTECTION

Avoid skin and eye contact. Wear impervious gloves, face shield or
chemical goggles, boots and overalls. If inhalation risk exists wear
respirator or air supplied mask.

FLAMMABILITY

Non Flammable Solution.

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SAFE HANDLING INFORMATION


STORAGE AND TRANSPORT

As for Class 8 Dangerous Goods. Store in cool place and out of direct
sunlight.
Store in well ventilated area.
Keep away from foodstuffs and class 4.3 and class 5 Dangerous Goods.

SPILLS AND DISPOSAL

Clear area of all unprotected personnel. Increase ventilation and


work up wind of spill. Wear full protective equipment. Use water spray to
disperse vapour, contain using sand and earth. Prevent run off into drains
and waterways. Carefully neutralise with dilute acid and then wash down
with excess water.

FIRE/EXPLOSION HAZARD

Solution is non flammable, however, flammable concentration of Ammonia


Gas (16-25% by volume in air) may be generated if involved in fire. Keep
containers cool with water spray. Water fog, foam, carbon dioxide, dry
chemical powder and BCF fire extinguishers are suitable.

CONTACT

EMERGENCY NUMBERS

NAME: W.I. Cromarty


TITLE:
Manager
PHONE: (08) 9419 5577
(08) 9337 4368
or
(08) 9337 6387

All information given by Challenge Chemicals Aust. is offered in good faith and is believed to the best of
Challenge Chemicals Aust. knowledge to be accurate. However this information is offered without warranty
representation inducement or licence and Challenge Chemicals Aust. does not assume any legal responsibility
for reliance upon the same. This information is not to be construed as a representation that the product is
suitable for any particular purpose and customers are encouraged to make their own enquires as to the products
characteristics and, where appropriate, to conduct their own tests in the specific context of the customer's
intended use. Please read the label carefully before use.

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Date of Issue: April,1999

MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEET

PRODUCT

HD CLEANER

U.N. NUMBER
HAZCHEM CODE

2R

OTHER NAMES

Heavy duty alkaline cleaner

DANGEROUS GOODS CLASS


SUBSIDIARY RISK
POISONS SCHEDULE
PACKAGING GROUP
WORKSAFE RATING
RISK PHRASE
R35
R41
SAFETY PHRASE S2
S26

8
NOT APPLICABLE
S6
II
HAZARDOUS
Causes severe burns
Risk of serious damage to eyes
Keep out of reach of children
In case of contact with eyes, rinse immediately with plenty of
water and contact a doctor or Poisons Information Centre.
Wear suitable gloves
Wear eye/face protection

1719

S37
S39
USE

Degreasing of floors, plant and equipment by manual or water blasting operation

PHYSICAL DESCRIPTION/PROPERTIES
APPEARANCE/ODOUR
BOILING POINT/MELTING POINT
VAPOUR PRESSURE
SPECIFIC GRAVITY
FLASHPOINT
FLAMMABILITY LIMITS
SOLUBILITY IN WATER
REACTIVITY WITH - AIR
WATER
OXIDISERS
ACIDS

Red sweet liquid


Not determined
Not determined
1.04
Not flammable
Not applicable
Soluble
Nil
Nil
Nil
Reacts

INGREDIENTS
CHEMICAL ENTITY
SODIUM HYDROXIDE
ALKALINE SALTS
BUTYL GLYCOL ETHER
ANIONIC SURFACTANTS
RED FOOD DYE

CAS NO.
1310-73-2
111-76-2

PROPORTION
6% w/v
1-10% w/v
1-10 w/v
1-10 w/v
Trace

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HEALTH HAZARD INFORMATION

HEALTH EFFECTS
ACUTE
SWALLOWED:

Corrosive causing burns to mucous membrane of the


throat, oesophagus and stomach.

EYES:

Causes burn to eye tissue

SKIN:

Causes burns

INHALATION:

Inhalation of vapour can cause respiratory irritation and may cause some
depression of central nervous system.

FIRST AID
SWALLOWED:

DO NOT INDUCE VOMITING. Rinse or wash out mouth with plenty of


water after which, if victim is conscious, induce copious drinking of water.
Seek medical attention.

EYES:

Immediately hold eyelids open and wash continuously with water for at
least 15 minutes. Seek medical attention.

SKIN:

Remove contaminated shoes and clothing and launder before wearing


again. Flush affected areas with plenty of water.

INHALATION:

Move patient to fresh air, lay down and rest. If patient is not breathing
ensure a clear airway and apply artificial resuscitation. If
difficult give oxygen. Seek medical advice immediately.

breathing is
FIRST AID FACILITIES
ADVICE TO DOCTOR

Treat symptomatically

PRECAUTIONS FOR USE

EXPOSURE LIMITS
EXPOSURE STANDARDS

None established for HD Cleaner. TLV for Buty Glycol Ether - 25 ppm
(skin) 120 mgm/m 3as published by NHMRC.

ENGINEERING CONTROLS

Ensure good ventilation when using product to maintain Butyl Glycol


Ether concentration below 25 ppm. Vapour is heavier than air.

PERSONAL PROTECTION

Avoid skin and eye contact


Wear Protective clothing
PVC gloves
Chemical goggles

FLAMMABILITY

Not flammable

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SAFE HANDLING INFORMATION

STORAGE AND TRANSPORT

As for class 8 goods. Store in cool place away from food stuffs and acids.

SPILLS AND DISPOSAL

Adsorb with inert material and dispose of to authorised land fill site. Hose
away balance or treat small spillages with copious amounts of water.

FIRE/EXPLOSION HAZARD

Not flammable. In fire situations keep containers cool with water drench or
spray.

CONTACT

NAME: W.I. Cromarty


TITLE:
Manager
PHONE: (08) 9419 5577

EMERGENCY NUMBERS

(08) 9337 4368


OR
(08) 9337 6387

All information given by Challenge Chemicals Aust. is offered in good faith and is believed to the best of
Challenge Chemicals Aust. knowledge to be accurate. However this information is offered without warranty
representation inducement or licence and Challenge Chemicals Aust. does not assume any legal responsibility
for reliance upon the same. This information is not to be construed as a representation that the product is
suitable for any particular purpose and customers are encouraged to make their own enquiries as to the products
characteristics and, where appropriate, to conduct their own tests in the specific context of the customer's
intended use. Please read the label carefully before use.

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PETMAR PTY LTD


Trading As

PROCESS CHEMICALS
CHALLENGE CHEMICALS
IRON CHEMICALS
HEALTHSAFE SOLUTIONS

COMPANY PROFILE
OFFERING SPECIALISED SERVICES IN
HYDROSTATIC PRESSURE TESTING, PNEUMATIC TESTING,
PIPELINE PIGGING, PIPELINE AIR DRYING, CHEMICAL
PRODUCTION, CHEMICAL SALES, CHEMICAL CLEANING,
WATER TREATMENT CHEMICALS AND WASTE WATER
TREATMENT.

6 Butcher Street, KWINANA WA 6167


Telephone: (08) 9419 5577 Facsimile (08) 9419 4958

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COMPANY PROFILE
Petmar Pty Ltd Trading as Process Chemicals, Challenge Chemicals and Iron Chemicals is a
family owned and operated West Australian Company based in the Kwinana Industrial area
approximately 36 kilometres South of Perth West Australia. The Company has been operating
since 1975.

During this time our Company has forged an association with the Oil, Gas, Power, Mining and
Industrial Processing Industries.

Process Chemicals is a registered member of National Australia Testing Association (NATA


Reg No 1831) for Hydrostatic and Pneumatic Pressure Testing and our services embraced by
our NATA registration are as follows:-

2.59

Pressure Measuring Devices


01 Pressure Gauges / Calibration of Test Gauge Range 0 - 25 Mpa for Gas
Medium.
Calibration of Test Gauges in Range of 0 - 100 Mpa for liquid medium to A/S
1349.

2.64

Pipelines.
Strength, Leak and Combined Pressure Test up to 120 Mpa on Pipelines to
A/S 1978 and similar specifications.

2.65

Pipes, Hoses Valves and Fittings


11 Hydrostatic Pressure Tests up to 120 Mpa
12 Pneumatic Pressure Test up to 120 Mpa

2.66

Cylinders and other Pressure Vessels


11 Hydrostatic Pressure Tests up to 120 Mpa

Our Company also operates a Quality Management System that complies with the
requirements of: - AS/NZS ISO 9002: 1994

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In Summary our Company offers the following services.

Hydrostatic and Pneumatic Pressure Testing of Cross Country Gas Pipelines, Oil
Pipelines, Power and Plant Pipe Work, Vessels and Equipment.
Preparation of Plant Test Packs
Vacuum and Desiccant Air Drying

Chemical Cleaning of all types of pipework and equipment including:-

Precommission Chemical Cleaning of Boilers.

Chemical Cleaning of Operating Boilers

Chemical Cleaning of Cross Country Pipelines.

Plant Pipework

Compressor Station Pipework.

Oil Plant Pipeworks.

Power Plant Pipework.

Vessels.

Hydraulic Oil Line Flushing

Supply of all Industrial Workshop Plant Maintenance Chemicals.

Supply of all Hospitality Cleaning and Sanitising Chemicals.

Supply and Accommodation Camp, Chemicals and Janitorial requirements.

Supply of Boiler and Cooling Water Treatment Chemicals and Services.

Supply of Chemicals in Water and Waste Water Treatment.

Attached are bulletins outlying our services.

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Some of the many successful contracts we have undertaken and completed on time and
within Budget are as follows:

North Rankin A Modules / Jervoise Bay.

Darwin to Alice Springs Gas Pipeline.

Gladstone to Rockhampton Natural Gas Pipeline.

McMahans.

Moomba to Sydney Ethane Gas Pipeline.

Fletcher Construction

Goldfields Gas Transmission Pipeline.

Pumping and Compressor Stations


and Lateral Takeoffs.

Western Mining

BHPP Griffin Onshore GAS Plant / Onslow.

BHP Petroleum

BHPP Griffin Offshore F.P.S.O.

BHP Petroleum

Varanus Island Onshore Gas Treatment Plant.

Clough Engineering.

East Spar Alliance Project / NCC Buoy


Sub Sea Heat Exchangers and Manifold
Sub Sea Umbilical Hoses.

Western Mining

Varanus Island Sub Sea Gathering Lines


and Sales Gas Pipelines.

Woodside Petroleum

Transfield.

Transfield Oil and Gas

McDermott

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Saladin/Cambell/Monopods Topside Risers.

McDermott

Amplox Wandoo A onshore and offshore


Topside and Risers.

Amplox /
Transfield Oil & Gas

Roller Skate Topsides Onshore and Offshore.

Transfield Oil and Gas

Saladin ABC Onshore and Offshore Hook Up.

WAPET

Vicksburg Island / Processing Facilities.

Western Mining

Chemical Cleaning of Burgess Point


Loco Prep Workshop

Pacific Industrial /
BHP Pt Hedland.

Chemical Cleaning and Hydrostatic Pressure


Testing of BHP Natural Gas Lateral

KT Pipeline /
Port Hedland

Chemical Cleaning of Chiller Units

Woodside

Chemical Cleaning of Processing Facilities /


Thevanard Island

WAPET

Chemical Cleaning of Natural Gas Turbine


Power Stations

BHP Newman
Port Hedland

Chemical Cleaning of BP Refinery Mogas Extension. United Construction

Chemical Cleaning of BP Refinery Boilers

BP Oil Kwinana

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Chemical Cleaning of Natural Gas


Distribution Station

HBI / BHP
Port Hedland

Chemical Cleaning of I.C.I. Waste Heat Boilers

Gladstone

Chemical Cleaning of Turbine Systems

Woodside

Chemical Cleaning of LNG Boilers at Burrup.

Woodside

Chemical Cleaning and Pressure Testing of


W.L.N.G Plant Burrup Peninsular (Stages 1,2 and 3)

Various
Contractors

Chemical Cleaning of LNG Hot Water Circuits

Woodside

Chemical Cleaning and Pressure Testing of


Dampier to Perth Natural Gas Pipeline and
Compressor Stations including Lateral Take offs.

Chemical Cleaning of Worsley Alumina Boilers

Worsley Alumina

Chemical Cleaning of Hamersley Iron Power


Station Boilers

Dampier

Chemical Cleaning of Hamersley Iron Power


Condensate Coolers

Dampier

Chemical Cleaning of B.H.P.P. Gas Plant

Onslow

Chemical Cleaning of Natural Gas Pipelines

Alinta Gas

SEC / Transfield /
Stork Wescon /
Flour Daniels /
Alinta Gas

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Chemical Cleaning of Several Package Boilers

Chemical Cleaning of Several Systems at Hismelt

United
Construction

Pressure Testing and Flushing Turbine Systems at


Cawse Nickel

Solar Turbines

Pressure Testing and Chemical Cleaning of Oxygen and


Service Lines at Bulong Nickel

Monadelphous

Pressure Testing and Chemical Cleaning of Oxygen and


Service Lines at Murrin Murrin

Fluor Daniel

Pressure Testing and Chemical Cleaning of Entire Utilities Section of BHP - HBI
Plant Port Hedland

Pressure Testing and Chemical Cleaning of Entire New CSBP Ammonia Plant
Kwinana

Nominated Company for Hydrostatic Pressure Testing and Chemical Cleaning of Heat
Recovery Steam Boiler and associated Plant at Worsley Expansion Project

Nominated Contractor for Hydrostatic Pressure Testing and Chemical Cleaning of


Entire Pipework System - Worsley Expansion at Bldg 110 for John Holland

Various Locations

COMPANY STRUCTURE
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COMPANY STRUCTURE AND PERSONNEL PROCESS


CHEMICALS HYDROSTATIC / PNEUMATIC PRESSURE
TESTING
CHEMICAL CLEANING
PRECOMMISSION CLEANING
FLUSHING OF CIRCUITS
P J CATTALINI
Officer in Charge of Laboratory Quality Manual
N.A.T.A. Signatory for all Tests

PAUL J CATTALINI
Senior Test and Laboratory Officer
N.A.T.A. Signatory for all Tests
C BURGESS
Site Test Supervisor
N.A.T.A. Signatory for Visual Tests
D. HAWKRIGG
Secretary
W I CROMARTY
Technical Support, Site and Laboratory
N.A.T.A. Signatory for Visual Tests
R CATTALINI
Test Officer
N.A.T.A. Signatory for All Tests
Visual and Below Ground Tests
R McILWAINE

K PETERSON

(Hydrostatic Technicians)
Chemical Cleaning
Fitters
Fitters Assistants
Field Assistants

In the absence of senior staff, the personnel following the absent member in the above
Company Structure Chart shall assume the roll of that member.

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