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Sincor Document No: CA04-04-33-P-SP-018


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SINCOR, C.A.
UPSTREAM SURFACE FACILITIES PROJECT

LOW VOLTAGE & MEDIUM VOLTAGE MOTORS

REVISION INDEX:
This Document Consists of 56 Pages

NOTE: Any technical change from the original Sincor document is indicated by I in the right hand margin.

APPROVAL REGISTER

Revision Prepared Checked Project Approved Approve By/Date Reason for


No. By/Date By/Date By/Date Revision
A0 C. FACCA D. BAILLIE Issued for IDC
99.02.12 99.02.12
0 C. FACCA D. BAILLIE R. CALDWELL Issued for Quote
99.02.19 99.02.19 99.02.19
1 C. FACCA D. BAILLIE B. DOCHERTY Issued for Purchase
99.04.27 99.04.27 99.04.27
X0 J. A. Avila S. Cuesta J. Riera Update As Built by
Menendez / 09/09/04 09/09/04 09/09/04 SINCOR
A. Avila Rev 2004
09/09/04
X1 A. Avila A. Avila S. Cuesta J. Riera Update As Built by
10/05/05 10/05/05 10/05/05 10/05/05 SINCOR
Rev 2005

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CONTENTS
SECTION N PAGE
1. SCOPE AND INTENT .................................................................................................................. 6

2. PART 1 - GENERAL REQUIREMENTS ...................................................................................... 6

2.1 General ........................................................................................................................................ 6

2.2 Reference SINCOR Specification ................................................................................................ 8

2.3 Codes and Standards .................................................................................................................. 9

3. PERFORMANCE REQUIREMENTS .......................................................................................... 11

3.1 Rating.......................................................................................................................................... 11

3.2 Duty Type.................................................................................................................................... 12

3.3 Supply System ............................................................................................................................ 12

3.4 Starting Duty ............................................................................................................................... 13

3.5 Torque and Current Requirement ............................................................................................... 14

3.6 Insulation..................................................................................................................................... 16

3.7 Cooling ........................................................................................................................................ 16

3.8 Vibration ...................................................................................................................................... 17

3.9 Noise ........................................................................................................................................... 18

3.10 Special Requirements ................................................................................................................. 19

4. MOUNTING ARRANGEMENT AND ENCLOSURES.................................................................. 20

4.1 Mounting Arrangement................................................................................................................ 20

4.2 Enclosure (Degree of Mechanical Protection)............................................................................. 20

5. CONSTRUCTION REQUIREMENTS ......................................................................................... 21

5.1 Rotor ........................................................................................................................................... 21

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5.2 Bearings ...................................................................................................................................... 22

5.3 Motor Enclosure .......................................................................................................................... 24

5.4 Terminal Boxes ........................................................................................................................... 24

5.5 Painting and Rust Prevention...................................................................................................... 25

5.6 Materials...................................................................................................................................... 26

6. ACCESSORIES .......................................................................................................................... 26

7. NAME PLATES ........................................................................................................................... 29

7.1 Main Rating Plate........................................................................................................................ 29

7.2 Additional Rating Plate................................................................................................................ 29

8. TESTS......................................................................................................................................... 30

8.1 Type Test .................................................................................................................................... 30

8.2 Acceptance Test ......................................................................................................................... 30

9. DOCUMENTATION REQUIRED FROM SUPPLIER .................................................................. 31

9.1 Information by Seller ................................................................................................................... 31

9.2 Data Concerning the Foundations .............................................................................................. 31

9.3 Accuracy ..................................................................................................................................... 31

10. PREPARATION FOR SHIPMENT .............................................................................................. 31

11. PART 2 - ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS AND PRESCRIPTIONS FOR MOTORS


PROTECTED AGAINST THE HAZARD OF EXPLOSION OR FIRE ...................................................... 32

11.1 General ....................................................................................................................................... 32

12. EXPLOSION PROOF MOTORS (FLAME PROOF MOTORS) EX D.......................................... 34

12.1 Configuration Basics ................................................................................................................... 34

12.2 Additional Prescriptions............................................................................................................... 34

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13. PRESSURIZED MOTORS EX P................................................................................................. 35

13.1 Configuration Basics ................................................................................................................... 35

13.2 Additional Prescriptions............................................................................................................... 36

14. INCREASED SAFETY MOTORS EX E ...................................................................................... 36

14.1 Configuration Basics ................................................................................................................... 36

14.2 Additional Prescriptions............................................................................................................... 36

15. NON-SPARKING MOTORS EX N .............................................................................................. 37

15.1 Configuration Basics ................................................................................................................... 37

15.2 Additional Prescriptions............................................................................................................... 37

16. ADDITIONAL NAME PLATE OR MARKING............................................................................... 37

17. ADDITIONAL TESTS .................................................................................................................. 38

18. ADDITIONAL DOCUMENTATION .............................................................................................. 38

18.1 For Motors Ex d:.......................................................................................................................... 38

18.2 For Motors Ex p:.......................................................................................................................... 38

18.3 For All Motors:............................................................................................................................. 39

19. PART 3 - ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS FOR MOTORS OVER 4,000 KW OR


SPECIFIED AS SPECIAL-PURPOSE IN THE MATERIAL REQUISITION ............................................ 39

19.1 Motor Bearings............................................................................................................................ 39

19.2 Medium Voltage Motors Powered by Adjustable Speed Drives .................................................. 39

19.3 Low Voltage Motors Powered by Variable Speed Drives............................................................ 41

20. VIBRATION AND BEARING TEMPERATURE SUPERVISION.................................................. 42

21. ACCESSORIES AND MISCELLANEOUS .................................................................................. 42

22. ROTOR DYNAMIC BALANCING, VIBRATION AND TESTING.................................................. 44

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23. SPARE PARTS FOR TWO (2) YEARS OPERATION ................................................................ 45

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1. SCOPE AND INTENT

This Specification covers the minimum requirements for motors used to drive pumps,
compressors and other mechanical equipment in the oil production facility and electric
power plant services. Taken alone, this specification covers induction motors. The intent
is to permit the use of Seller-standard equipment to the fullest degree consistent with the
Buyers minimum requirement for such services.

This specification applies to:

low voltage (LV) motors, i.e., those with rated voltage below 1000 V.

medium voltage (MV) motors i.e., those with rated voltage 1000 V or higher.

Compliance with this Specification shall not relieve the Seller of responsibility for
furnishing equipment of proper design, construction and scope of supply, fully suitable for
all specified operating conditions.

All exceptions, comments and clarifications to this Specification and to the IEC and
Venezuelan national standards referenced herein shall be addressed in the proposal, by
specific reference to the applicable IEC or Venezuelan standard paragraph or Job
Specification article.

The remainder of this specification is divided into three parts as follows:

Part 1 - General Requirements (Sections 2 - 10).

Part 2 - Additional Requirements for Motors Protected Against the Hazard of Explosion
or Fire (Sections 11 - 18).

Part 3 - Additional Requirements for Motors over 4,000kW or Specified as "Special-


Purpose" in the Material Requisition (Sections 19 - 22).

2. PART 1 - GENERAL REQUIREMENTS

2.1 General

Part 1 of the specification includes general requirements and statements common to


general purpose motors as well as to motors protected against the hazard of explosion or

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fire. The specific requirements and statements relevant to the latter category of motors,
including definitions, are covered in Part 2 of the specification.

This specification requires compliance with Venezuelan codes, standards and regulations
which may be applicable, using the hierarchy of article I.E above (i.e., with IEC being
subordinate wherever conflicts exist). This includes the Venezuelan Safety and Health
Law for Work Environment of July 1986 and the , Industrial Safety and Health Programs,
Covenin 2260-8" of 1988.

Motors, electrical components and electrical systems shall also be in compliance with
Covenin 200, which is the National Electric Code of Venezuela. This Code is largely the
same as the standard 70 of the National Fire Prevention Association (NFPA) at the time of
this writing, recognizing both hazardous area classifications Division-based and Zone-
based.

The electrical motor shall be manufactured, tested and approved by the standard
International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC).

The equipment shall be complete within the scope of supply boundaries specified,
including all components, systems and features required for the specified service(s) and
for the characteristics of the Sellers design, whether or not such items are individually
cited in the technical specification or Purchase order and whether or not the terms
standard or Sellers standard are used.

The Sellers experience for the equipment shall include at least two (2) examples of each
of the types/models proposed, equal-to or greater than the proposed equipment as
regards the principal operational parameters (e.g. power rating, voltage) and
manufactured at the same factory as applies to the equipment proposed. Both of such
units shall have accumulated a minimum of two years of successful field operation. No
new design or unproven (per the above criteria) equipment components shall be provided,
except as a proposal-stated exception to the specification with subsequent acceptance of
such exception by the Buyer in the Purchase Order. Alternative designs may be quoted to
utilize Seller-standard equipment and assist in meeting this experience requirement,
subject to the same exception and approval process.

The motor Seller shall be identified in the proposal for all motors supplied as part of
equipment packages (e.g. compressor, fan and pump sets) and shall be subject to
approval by the Buyer. The purpose of this requirement is to ensure that the diversity of
motors at the job site is kept within manageable limits.

The service life of the motor and its auxiliary equipment for the service conditions specified
shall be not less than 20 years, excepting the anti-friction bearing L-10 life criteria
specified herein, and for a minimum of three years of continuous operation.

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If specified in the Material Requisition (MR), Data Sheet (DS) or as set forth below, and if
the motor and its driven equipment are not already being provided by a single party as an
equipment package, the motor Seller shall contact directly the Seller of the driven
equipment (with a copy of all correspondence being sent to the Buyer) to exchange
information required for the matching of equipment package components.

Such coordination shall be mandatory in the following cases:

1. Motors with sleeve bearings, to prevent problems concerning end float, thrust
bearings, coupling, selection and the like.

2. Motors with forced lubrication common with the driven equipment.

3. Motors driving reciprocating machines.

4. Motors driving fans and other machines with high inertia.

5. Motors driving reaccelerated machines.

6. Motors specified as being "special purpose."

7. Motors specified to be used in conjunction with adjustable speed drives.


Coordination with the supplier of the adjustable speed drive is also mandatory in
this case.

All components classifiable as pressure vessels under Section VIII of the ASME Boiler and
Pressure Vessel Code shall bear an ASME stamp certifying compliance with this code or a
stamp certifying compliance with a Buyer-approved foreign code.
If specified the case Electrical Motor is managed by Variable speed Motor, the Motor
selection shall be made by the Seller having unit responsibility for the entire system
(driven equipment-motor-converter) delivery, in close coordination with their
manufacturers, unless otherwise specified in the DS.

Seller having unit responsibility shall contact directly the manufacturers of the driven
equipment and motor (with a copy of all correspondence being sent to the Buyer) to
exchange information required for the matching of equipment package components.

2.2 Reference SINCOR Specification

CA04-00-00-G-SP-013 Lagging and Enclosures for Mechanical Equipment

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CA04-04-33-P-SP-032 Medium Voltage Adjustable Speed Electrical Power Drive


System

CA04-00-00-G-SP-018 Painting

2.3 Codes and Standards


Except where indicated otherwise in this specification, the design, equipment, materials,
and installation thereof, shall conform, as a minimum, to the applicable requirements of the
latest edition of the following standards and codes:

Applicable International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC) including the following:

IEC 60034 Rotating Electrical Machines

IEC 60034 - 1 Rotating Electrical machines Part 1: Rating and


Performance

IEC 60034 - 5 Rotating Electrical machines Part 5: Degrees of protection


provided by the integral design of rotating electrical
machines (IP code)

IEC 60034 - 6 Rotating electrical machines - Part 6: Methods of cooling (IC


Code)

IEC 60034- 7 Rotating Electrical machines Part 7: Classification of type


of construction, mounting arrangements and terminal box
position (IM code)

IEC 60034- 8 Rotating electrical machines - Part 8: Terminal markings and


direction of rotation

IEC 60034 - 9 Rotating Electrical machines Part 9: Noise limits

IEC 60034 - 14 Rotating Electrical machines Part 14: Mechanical vibration


of certain machines with shaft heights 56 mm and higher
measurements, evaluation and limits of vibration severity.

IEC/TS 60034-17 Rotating electrical machines - Part 17: Cage induction


motors when fed from converters - Application guide.

IEC/TTR 60034-25 Rotating electrical machines - Part 25: Guide for the design
and performance of cage induction motors specifically

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designed for converter supply.

IEC 60079 Electrical apparatus for explosive gas atmospheres (all


applicable parts)

IEC 60085 Thermal evaluation and classification of electrical insulation

IEC 62262 Degrees of protection provided by enclosures for electrical


equipment against external mechanical impacts (IK code)

94/9/EC (ATEX European Directive 94/09/EC (23/03/94) on the


100a1 / ATEX approximation of the laws of the Member States
952) concerning equipment and protective systems intended
for use in potentially explosive atmospheres.

1999/92/EEC European Directive 1999/92/EEC (16/12/99) on


(ATEX 118 1 / minimum requirements for improving the safety and
ATEX 137 2) health protection of workers potentially at risk from
explosive atmospheres.

Applicable European Committee for Electrotechnical Standardization (CENELEC)

Venezuelan Cdigo Elctrico Nacional, COVENIN 200 (CEN) latest edition. This
document is based on the National Electrical Code NFPA 70.

Units, electrical terms and definitions used in this specification and to be used by Seller,
shall be in accordance with IEC recommendations:

IEC-60050 International Electrotechnical Vocabulary

IEC-60027 Letter symbols to be used in electrical technology.

Electrical diagrams shall be with graphical symbols in accordance with:

IEC-60617 Graphical symbols for electrical diagrams.

The equipment and materials furnished shall be labeled, listed, certified, accepted or
otherwise assured to be safe for the intended use by an internationally recognized testing
laboratory.

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If there are, in the opinion of the bidder, any conflicts between the specified codes, the
data sheets, and this specification, these contradictions shall be brought to the attention of
the Buyer.

3. PERFORMANCE REQUIREMENTS

3.1 Rating

Rated output values shall be stated in terms of kW. Motor data by the Seller shall be
referred to the maximum local ambient conditions specified in Data Sheets, and they shall
make use (for the range applicable) of the primary size series stated in the tables of IEC
72-1, Section 9.

Motors shall be capable of providing their related output for the duty type, supply system
variations, starting duty and torque requirements as stated further in this Section of this
specification.

Rated values shall be referred to rated output at 40C for the following:

- Rated current,

- Breakaway starting current in p.u. (Per unit value) referred to rated current,

- Torque values in p.u.,

- Power factor and efficiency.

When motors are specified in the Material Requisition for conditions (environmental,
supply systems, etc.) other than these specified by IEC Recommendations/Standards, the
revised rated values as per section 3.1 above shall be identified to the Buyer by the Seller.

Motors rated 750 kW and smaller shall have at least a 1.0 (IEC) or equivalent 1.15
(NEMA) service factor. Motors larger than 750 kW may be supplied with a 1.0 service
factor, unless specified otherwise in the Material Requisition.
Unless otherwise specified in the DS, a Life Cycle Cost (LCC) evaluation shall be
performed based upon the cost of power losses specified in the DS. The Seller shall
determine the optimum LCC design.

For variable speed applications, the Seller with unit responsibility shall strive for optimum
overall efficiency of the converter, motor, and driven equipment. The losses of all
equipment that is required to operate the string at its nominal rating must be included in
the efficiency calculation and applicable tolerances shall be clearly stated.

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If the measured losses are higher than the guaranteed values the Buyer is entitled to
reduce the contract price by the present value of the losses in excess. The Buyer
reserves the right to reject the equipment if the guaranteed values are not achieved during
final tests or in the field thereafter

3.2 Duty Type

Continuous running.

Motors shall be suitable for continuous running at the specified conditions, unless
specifically identified otherwise in the Material Requisition.

Motors shall be suitable to be energized without checking their insulation conditions after a
period of rest of at least 6 months, without requiring the use of space heaters.

Intermittent and short-time duty.

Such type of duties will be specified in the Material Requisition with reference to IEC
60034-1, Section 3.

All duties.

Motors shall be of heavy-duty construction, of the type specifically designed for chemical
plant, refinery and mill duty. The Seller shall identify in the proposal its design features in
this respect, which shall include maintaining the specified Class B temperature rise when
operating using the full service factor.

3.3 Supply System

Motors shall be capable of providing their rated output continuously under system
variations as shown in Figure 14 of IEC 60034-1, Zone A, including not exceeding class B
windings temperature rise and (for motors specified for use in hazardous areas) not
exceeding the applicable surface temperature limits.

Motors shall be suitable for short-period operation outside of Zone A of IEC 60034-1,
Figure 14 and anywhere up to the limits of Zone B of this figure without damage to the
insulation and, for motors specified for use in hazardous areas, without exceeding the
applicable surface temperature limits by more than 10C. Short-period operation shall be
defined for this purpose as being limited to 30 min. per episode, with a maximum yearly
duration not exceeding 100h.

Supply system voltages are as follows:


Service Nominal System Voltage Utilization Voltage

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Over 4000 kW (Note 1) 13,800 V, 3 phase, 60 Hz 13,200V, 3 phase, 60 Hz


201 kW to 4000 kW 6900 V, 3 phase, 60 Hz 6600 V, 3 phase, 60 Hz
480 V, 3 phase, 3 wire, 460 V, 3 phase, 3 wire, 60
0.50 kW to 200 kW and all 60 Hz Hz
fractional kW process and
utilities motors
Motors less than 0.5 kW 120 V, 1 phase, 2 wire, 60 115 V, 1 phase, 2 wire, 60
(non-process) Hz Hz

208/120 V, 1 phase, 4 115 V, 1 phase, 60 Hz


Instrument and incande- wire, 60 Hz grounded
scent lighting neutral

Note 1: To be reviewed on a case-by-case basis or specified in Material Requisition.


For variable speed applications, motors are fed from a controlled source (the inverter);
therefore, these motors shall be capable of providing their rated output continuously under
the output variations of the power converter, not exceeding class B winding temperature
rise and (for motors specified for use in hazardous areas) not exceeding the applicable
surface temperature limits. Motor rated voltage shall be selected according to the
converter output voltage

3.4 Starting Duty

Unless otherwise specified in the Material Requisition, motors shall be suitable for direct
on line full voltage starting.

Number of starts.

Unless otherwise specified in the Material Requisition motors shall be suitable for starting
duties as follows with the maximum local-ambient conditions as specified in Data Sheets:

STARTING DUTIES MOTOR NAMEPLATE RATING (KW)

37 and below 38 to 149 150 to 375 376 and up


No. of evenly
spaced starts per hour (as (Note 2)
in automatic control) 3 2 1 -
(Note 1)

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No. Of evenly spaced


starts in first hour prior to
continuous running (as
during process startup) 6 4 3 2
(Note 2)
No. of consecutive 5 sec.
Applications of locked rotor
current (as in jogging)
(Note 3)
3 2 2 2

NOTES:

(1) Minimum 15 minutes of running is required between consecutive starts.

(2) Limited to 8 starts per day.

(3) Motor initially at ambient temperature.

Unless otherwise specified, motors shall be capable of performing the above-stated


number of starts with a coupled load having brake torque and inertia as follows:

Load torque is a quadratic function of the speed,

inertia of the driven equipment as identified by the Seller having unit responsibility, for
motors supplied as part of rotating equipment packages. For non-packaged equipment
this figure will be specified; or, if no figure is given, the Seller shall assume driven
equipment inertias of 2, 4, 6 and 8 times the inertia of the motor-rotor for motors having 2,
4, 6 and 8 poles respectively.

The requirements for starting duty at full voltage are not applicable to inverter fed motors
used in variable speed applications where the starting is gradual (soft start). These
motors shall be capable of starting gradually with a coupled load having brake torque and
inertia as indicated by the driven equipment manufacturer.

3.5 Torque and Current Requirement

Unless otherwise specified in the Material Requisition the predicted motor torque shall be
capable of accelerating during start-up as well as (where applicable) re-accelerating (i.e.,
after a momentary power interruption) the driven equipment with a minimum of 20%
margin, including inertia and load torque as per section 3.4 above and with the voltage at

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the motors terminals being 80% of the rated voltage (without voltage recovery as speed
increases).

The Seller shall consider in its design the actual torque decrease due to saturation as a
function of voltage applied to motor terminals.

Limits and tolerances on rated motor data.

The following limits shall be in force:

CHARACTERISTICS PERFORMANCE
MOTOR NAMEPLATE
RATING KW
14 and below 15 and up
Max full-load slip(% of synchronous speed) 5 3
Max locked rotor current(% of rated current 650 640
Min locked rotor torque(% of rated torque) 120 100
Min pull-up torque(% of rated torque) 100 100
Min breakdown torque(% of rated torque) 200 200

Values declared by the Seller for breakaway, pull-in and pullout torques, breakaway
starting current, slip and inertia shall be considered as rating figures. These values shall
be kept within the tolerance limits stated by IEC 60034-1.

The motor Seller shall be responsible for checking the starting time for critical situations,
such as starting at reduced voltage of driven equipment with high inertia and/or high brake
torque, and informing the Buyer regarding the calculated starting times (refer to section
3.8 above).

Motors shall remain in conformance with this specification regarding starting, operation
and in all other respects for any driven equipment future upgrade capacity specified (e.g.
as per paragraph 2.1.4 of API Standard 610) when the motor is supplied as part of a
rotating equipment package by a Seller having unit responsibility. Motors shall also, in
any case, have a nameplate rating (i.e., without using part of any service factor) at the
higher of the figure stated in the driven equipment specification and 110% of the driven
equipments brake power (including gear losses as applicable) pertaining to the rated
operating condition.

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3.6 Insulation

The insulation shall be in accordance with IEC Recommendations and Standards, and
shall be suitable for the maximum local-ambient conditions of Data Sheets. Insulation
shall be Class F, with temperature rise at the rated conditions within the Class B limit (See
also section 3.2 and 3.3 above).

Medium voltage motors will be connected by the Buyer to low -resistance-grounded


systems and provided with effectively instantaneous ground fault protection. Low voltage
motors will be solidly grounded by the Buyer.

Motors with encapsulated windings shall be provided with temperature sensing devices
embedded in the windings.

Motors which are specified for automatic re-acceleration after a momentary power
interruption shall be capable of withstanding without any damage the reenergization at
rated voltage with a residual voltage at motor terminals not less than 40% of the rated
figure and in phase opposition, unless specified otherwise in the Material Requisition.

Insulation shall be specially prepared for a tropical environment, including double


impregnation of windings, using non-hygroscopic materials and being fully moisture-
sealed.

In the case the Variable Speed Motors will be connected to the output of the inverter and
provided with an integral protection system from the inverter.

Insulation class and maximum dv/dt withstand for inverter fed motors shall be selected
according to the inverter output characteristics.

3.7 Cooling

The cooling method shall be identified and constructed as per IEC 60034-6.

The ventilation openings of totally enclosed machines with external fans shall have a
mechanical protection degree not less than IP 20 on air inlet and IP 10 on air outlet
openings. The systems degree of protection shall be in accordance with section 5.2
below, and shall be contributed by the fan/duct system (i.e. may not be in the motor
Sellers scope of supply).

Solid foreign bodies shall in any case, however, be prevented from falling vertically
through the motors ventilating openings.

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For motors with independent, separate coolers the Seller shall specify the required
cooling-air flow, its pressure loss between the motors, inlet and outlet flanges and its
temperature rise referred to the specified inlet temperature.

The Seller shall also indicate in the proposal the following:

Maximum allowable time during which the motor can furnish the rated output with 50% of
the total cooling capacity in service and without any forced air flow.

Maximum continuous output the motor can furnish with 50% of the total cooling capacity in
service and without any forced air flow.

Motors rated above 1000 kW and having air-water heat exchangers shall have a two-
section exchanger, with each section sized to support continuous operation at 70% of the
rated output.

The Seller shall indicate in the proposal the following:

- The required water flow rate, its pressure drop inside the exchanger(s), maximum
allowed inlet temperature and temperature rise, with both sections in service and,
separately, with only one in service.

- The maximum allowable operating time at rated output and, separately, the
maximum continuous output, with one section of exchanger out of service.

For variable speed applications, inverter fed motors shall be capable of operating over the
entire speed range without exceeding the temperature limits specified.

3.8 Vibration

The vibration level shall not exceed the limits specified in IEC 60034-14. Grade N shall
apply, unless specified differently in the Material Requisition, for motors not subject to Part
3 of this specification. See section 20.0 for vibration limits when Part 3 of this specification
is applicable.

Motors shall be statically and dynamically balanced by means secure against loosening
for the service life specified. The use of solder or similar deposits for balancing is not
acceptable.

Motors shall have provisions at each bearing for attaching seismic-type vibration pickups
for the Buyers periodic checks onsite.

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3.9 Noise

In order to comply with Venezuelan requirements concerning exposure of plant personnel


to noise, individual noise sources shall be limited, where possible, to the following sound
pressure levels:

85 dBA at 1 meter from the source of the noise, unless approved by Buyer. The Seller
shall achieve this condition as a contractual requirement for the equipment in its basic
state (i.e. with no special sound treatment provisions). If meeting this criteria will result in
excessive costs, then the Seller is requested to do both of the following:

- State in the proposal an exception to the specification in this respect.

- Quote an option for the achieving of this condition, based on descending cost
associated with noise levels identified in Item b, below.

It should be noted that 8 hr. time weighed average exposure to sound pressure levels in
excess of 85 dBA may require audiometric testing or personnel use of individual hearing
protective devices. Therefore, in-plant noise shall be limited to 85 dBA, unless approved
by the Buyer. [Note that noise levels of up to 88 and 91 dBA are considered acceptable
where exposure levels are less than 4 and 2 hours, respectively per Covenin 1565:1995].

The equipment will thereafter be acceptable only with the Buyers approval in its basic
state or (as decided by the Buyer) with purchase of the noise abatement option quoted.
All noise abatement measures involving lagging or enclosures shall be in conformance
with the Specification CA04-00-00-G-SP-013.

The maximum free-field noise level shall also in no case exceed 120 dB(A) for the
measurement locations cited above, for noise from infrequently encountered and
emergency events such as the opening of relief, vent and blowoff valves. Noise
abatement measures shall, in all cases, be included in the base bid if and when needed to
comply with this criterion.

The Seller shall be responsible for designing and implementing any modifications required
to reduce the noise to a level authorized by local regulations at the place of use if the
above-described 85 dB(A) basic-state commitment is made in the proposal but not
achieved onsite, or if the quoted option is purchased but fails to produce the required
effect, or if the aforementioned 120 dB(A) requirement is not achieved onsite.

The noise level shall be determined by using the A-weighting curve (IEC 60034 - 9), and
sound levels shall be expressed in dB(A).

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Any noise testing at the factory (by the Seller) or onsite (by the Buyer) for determining if
the motor is in compliance with the above-stated requirements shall be performed in
accordance with ISO Recommendation R 1680.

The Seller shall supply actual typical noise spectrum data for offered motors, if so
specified in the Material Requisition.

3.10 Special Requirements

For motors driving reciprocating machines or other machinery having a pulsating load the
Seller shall ensure that the rotating equipment train will have sufficient rotational inertia:

- to keep the irregularity factor within the values specified by the Seller of the driven
equipment,

- to limit the variations of the current to values not exceeding 66% of the peak value
of the rated full load current, unless a lower figure is specified in the Material
Requisition. The variation to be considered is the difference between maximum
and minimum ordinates of the envelope of the line drawn on an oscillogram
through the consecutive peaks of the current waves. The peak value is the square
root of two, multiplied by the R.M.S. value.

- to keep thermal and dynamic stresses within allowable limits.

If an increase of the rotational inertia is needed, the motor Seller shall study the matter
and reach agreement with the Seller of the driven equipment, regarding the technically as
well as economically most appropriate solution to obtain the required total flywheel effect.

Weather-protected motors shall be fitted with air filters. Filters shall be easily inspectable
and removable while the motor is running, without risk of ingestion or harm to personnel,
and they shall be suitable for at least one month of continuous operation between
successive cleanings.

Suitable sensors (e.g., thermoswitch, flow-switch) to give an alarm when the filters are
dirty shall be included.

Control of medium voltage motors with vacuum contactors:

If it is specified in the Material Requisition that the motors shall be controlled with vacuum
or SF6 contactors or by circuit breakers the Seller shall furnish a suitable type of
insulation. The Seller shall specify characteristics of surge suppressors, if they are
necessary to prevent high frequency oscillations on closing due to prestrike.

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Seal-less pump motors of the type in which the pumped liquid is present in the motor (e.g.
canned pumps), shall incorporate safety devices to ensure that operation is prevented
unless the unit is filled and the temperature is below the permissible maximum. The
complete electrical connection, control and protective system together with the pump
system shall be provided by the Seller having unit responsibility.

The Seller shall submit to the Buyer its welding procedures (for review only) and its non-
destructive test (NDT) list (for approval) prior to commencement of welding for pressure-
containing components of such motors. Additional NDT activities may be required by the
Buyer if the Sellers standard such operations are not deemed to be adequate for the
service.

Weld procedures for all major repair welding on pressure-containing parts of such motors
shall be submitted to the Buyer, for approval prior to commencement of the repair work.
The criteria for defining a major repair shall be as specified in ASTM-A-744, Paragraph
9, regardless of the metallurgy or manufacturing method of the part.

Cryogenic and submersible pump motors and other wet stator designs shall include
motor winding high temperature protection. The Seller shall state in the proposal if the
undercurrent protection is recommended also.

Submersed, canned, or similar motors shall be fitted with cable tails, so that terminations
can be made at a separate junction box located above-grade. The box shall be supplied
complete with the cable entries and fittings for the motor cables and shall be sized to
accommodate the Buyers cables.

4. MOUNTING ARRANGEMENT AND ENCLOSURES

4.1 Mounting Arrangement

The mounting arrangement shall be identified and constructed as per IEC 60034-7.

4.2 Enclosure (Degree of Mechanical Protection)

The enclosure shall be identified and constructed as per IEC 60034-5.

The minimum degree of protection shall be as shown below. See Part 2 of this
specification for additional requirements pertaining to protection against the risks of fire or
explosion.

a) Equipment located outdoors, or located indoors but not in a clean, dry and non-
hazardous area

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- IP55 for all low-voltage motors

- For medium voltage motors a cooling configuration providing IP55


protection shall be used for the base bid, being CACA or CACW for sizes
above those for which TEFC-type IP55 is available, but an option shall also
be quoted for IP 24 protection if requested in the Material Requisition.

- IP55 for terminal boxes, for power leads as well as for instrumentation and
accessories.

b) Equipment located indoors, in a clean, dry and nonhazardous area

- IP23 for motors

- IP23 for terminal boxes, for power leads as well as for instrumentation and
ccessories.

The degree of protection for rotating components, including as regards guards for output
shafts and couplings, shall in no case be less than IP20. Electrical components and
circuits in all cases shall be fully enclosed by earthed metal enclosures.

All vertical motors provided as part of a rotating equipment package shall be mounted on
the driven equipment by the party having unit responsibility, before being shipped to the
job site.

5. CONSTRUCTION REQUIREMENTS

5.1 Rotor

The shaft end shall be suitably machined for the coupling type specified or, for packaged
equipment, selected by the Seller having unit responsibility.

Coupling systems, including motor shaft ends and hub-to-shaft interfaces, shall for motors
supplied as part of rotating equipment packages have a service factor as stated in the
driven equipments specification. Otherwise the service factor shall be as stated in the
Material Requisition; or, if no figure is stated, it shall be a minimum of 1.0 at the rated
condition. Coupling systems shall, in any event, accommodate the worst-case fault torque
that can occur, including a two-phase short circuit and (where applicable) re-acceleration
following a momentary power interruption.

The motor-end coupling hub shall be mounted in the factory by the motor Seller.

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The hardness of welds on rotating parts and their heat affected zones shall be verified,
with the extent, method and documentation in accordance with the Sellers standard
quality control procedures,(to be identified in the proposal) and such records shall be
available for review by the Buyers inspector.

5.2 Bearings

Ball or roller bearings shall be grease-lubricated. They shall preferably be the for life
type, or with grease nipples suitable for lubrication while the motor is running. Oil mist
lubrication shall not be used for anti-friction bearings of motors.

The regreasing interval shall not be less than 4,000 hrs for horizontal motors and 2,000
hrs for vertical motors.

Use of anti-friction bearings for motors rated over 450kW shall be identified in the proposal
and requires the Buyers approval.

Anti-friction bearings shall have an L-10 life at rated load and speed of at least 24,000 hrs
for geared or belt-driven motors and for vertical motors, and 40,000 hrs for all other
motors, calculated in accordance with ISO R281, provided that vibrations of the motor
dont exceed the limit stated in Article IV.H.1 of this specification.

Sleeve bearings shall be used for motors over 450 kW or where otherwise required by
service conditions or by the Sellers design. They shall be oil-lubricated, preferably by
means of oil rings. A permanently-mounted indicator shall be provided, showing the range
within which the oil level gauge is within the submergence required. Oil-ring bearings shall
make use of purge oil mist lubrication.

Pressurized lubrication shall be used only where required by the speed and rating of the
motor. If pressurized lubrication is needed a common lubrication system shall be provided
both for motor and driven equipment. This system shall be supplied by the Seller of the
driven equipment, unless specified otherwise in the Material Requisition. The operating
conditions of combined oil systems shall be based on mutual Seller agreement per section
2.8 above.

No oil shall leak past the seals into the interior of the machine. Bearing housings for
horizontal motors with sleeve bearings shall be equipped with split labyrinth-type seals
and deflectors where the shaft passes through the housing. Lip-type seals shall not be
used. The deflectors shall be made of non-sparking materials.

Sleeve bearings shall be suitably protected against stray shaft current damage. If
bearings are insulated, the motor Seller shall furnish insulating fittings in the oil supply
connections to prevent the oil supply lines from bypassing the bearing insulation.

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A limited end-float coupling shall be used by the party having unit responsibility for
horizontal sleeve bearing motors without axial thrust bearings and for motors with axially
unrestrained roller bearings.

The Seller shall include a thrust bearing when the end float cannot be limited by the driven
equipment. Such a circumstance will be identified in the Material Requisition, when the
Buyer and not the driven equipment Seller has unit responsibility.

The Seller shall specify the maximum permissible end float, not to be less than 12 mm for
motors rated over 450kW and 6mm for motors rated 450kW or less, for sleeve bearing-
equipped motors without thrust bearings; and in such cases a warning plate shall be
fastened to the motor and the shaft shall have a reference feature for axial centering of the
rotor. In any case it shall be possible to perform bump tests and run-in on the uncoupled
motor.

Bearings shall be selected taking into account the heaviest operating duty case(s),
including axial and thrusts due to the driven equipment and coupling type.

Motors for outdoor installation exposed to rain shall have bearings properly protected to
prevent moisture or dirt from entering inside the motor. Vertical motors in such services
shall be fitted with a rain protection cover.

Motors driving equipment operating at very high temperatures (e.g. pumps for hot fluids)
shall have the coupling-side bearing cooled by means of a suitable fan keyed on the shaft,
when specified in the Material Requisition or required for reliable operation.

Bearing cages shall be made of metal.


Lube-oil consoles for all sleeve bearings of the rotating string shall be part of the driven
machine scope of supply, unless otherwise specified in the DS. The motor and exciter
bearings shall have two connecting flanges each for oil supply and return lines. Required
oil flow quantities, oil quality/viscosity data, and maximum oil temperature shall be
indicated on an engraved metal tag near the supply flange.

The safe run-down of the motor shall be assured in case of failure of the primary lube-oil
system. Upon failure of the regular lube-oil supply, emergency powered lube-oil circulation
pumps shall be activated automatically, or the bearings must be supplied temporarily
through gravity tanks, and specified in the DS. Bidders shall indicate in their proposals the
maximum safe running time (if any) of the motor after the primary lube-oil supply has
failed.

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5.3 Motor Enclosure

The motor enclosure shall withstand without damage all stresses that can occur during
starting, normal operation, sudden stopping, short circuit and, where applicable, re-
acceleration in phase opposition with the residual voltage specified in section 3.6 above.

5.4 Terminal Boxes

Terminal boxes and their fittings shall be capable of withstanding without damage the fault
current levels specified for a minimum of 0.2 second. For motors fed from fused motor
starters the box withstand shall be associated with the I2t (ampere-squared seconds) let-
through energy specified in the Material Requisition. If a rupture disc is used to relieve
pressure build-up it shall not compromise the environmental rating of the box, and the
discharge from the pressure release shall be directed away from possible personnel
traffic.

Terminal boxes shall allow the removal of the motor without damaging or stressing the
cable sealing. Motor power lead terminal boxes and terminal blocks (or stand-offs) shall
be large enough to easily allow the connection of the incoming circuit conductors. Motors
larger than 750 kW shall be equipped with external terminal boxes at least 500 mm in
height, with a connection duct to the motor and provisions for separate supporting by the
Buyer. Externally-mounted termination boxes shall be designed and constructed to permit
motor removal after installation, without disconnecting the motor power lead raceway from
the termination boxes.

Connections of space heaters and other auxiliary devices shall be brought out into
separate auxiliary terminal boxes. All wiring shall be provided in a completed state. All
wiring from motor-mounted instruments and accessories to motor-mounted terminal boxes
shall, where being run external to the motor, be enclosed in rigid metal conduit (for
mechanical protection purposes). Control and power electrical wiring shall be segregated
by use of separate conduit runs and terminal boxes, as required to prevent inductive
interference problems.

Terminal boxes and terminal boards for the Buyers interconnects to the motors auxiliary
devices shall be sized and have provisions for the running of at least twenty percent extra
wires.

Motor leads in the terminal box shall have the same insulation class as the windings, and
shall have permanently numbered brass or copper compression-type terminals with
identification per IEC 60034-8.

Terminal boxes shall be rotatable through four times 90, without changing the internal
connections.

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Terminal boxes locations and mounting shall be as specified in the Material Requisition;
or, if not specified, they shall be located on the right side facing the coupling-end or on the
top.

Terminal connectors in main and auxiliary boxes shall be of the anti-loosening type and
shall preclude need for the fitting of stress cones. The boxes designs shall preclude
dropping parts into the motor frame.

Terminal boxes shall have compression fittings or glands, whichever is specified in the
Material Requisition, for the Buyers direct connection of cables.

The mating joints between terminal boxes and motors shall be provided with a gasket for
non-Exd motors.

5.5 Painting and Rust Prevention

Painting shall be in accordance with Specification CA04-00-00-G-SP-018, with the


following additional requirements and clarifications:

- Painting shall be warranted for five years from the date of shipment of the
equipment as regards chipping, peeling, blistering and other forms of failure to
protect the surfaces covered.

- Machined surfaces, such as mounting pads for the feet of rotating equipment, shall
be included among the surfaces not painted.

- Section 3.4 of Spec CA04-00-00-G-SP-018 shall not be interpreted as allowing a


variation of colors and painting systems between components manufactured by the
Seller and those obtained from sub Sellers. The Seller having unit responsibility
shall for all equipment packages ensure that they are uniformly painted, and the
painting system to be used shall be identified in the proposal.

- The references to field painting in section 3.12 and elsewhere in Spec CA04-00-
00-G-SP-018 do not apply to mechanical equipment. All painting of such
equipment shall be performed by the Seller prior to shipment per section 3.6,
including any piping or other components shipped loose.

Internal parts shall be painted, treated or have materials selection suitable to make them
corrosion resistant.

All bolts nuts, tags and plates shall be made of corrosion resistant material.

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5.6 Materials

Motor frames shall be made of cast iron (except for very large motors requiring use of
fabricated steel), and terminal boxes and end bells shall be made of cast iron or fabricated
steel.

Copper and copper-bearing alloys shall not be used, except where required in electrical
systems. The materials used for windings, rotor bars and end rings shall be copper.
Asbestos, asbestos-containing materials and polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs) shall not
be used. All electrical components shall be designed for a tropical location (See section
3.6 above for treatment of motor windings). All equipment and component materials shall
be new and unused.

6. ACCESSORIES

Motors weighing above 20 kg shall be provided with one or more lifting eyebolts as part of
the permanent equipment. The same applies for any individual components over 20 kg
that need to be removed at times for maintenance purposes.

Motors fitted with unidirectional fans shall have a corrosion-resistant tag on the non-driving
end, with an arrow showing the rotation direction. The tag shall also show the phase
sequence.

Alternatively, this information may be shown on the additional rating plate (see section 7.2
below).

Motors with sleeve bearings shall have provisions to measure either the air gap between
the rotor and stator or the shaft eccentricity, at both ends.

Motors rated 1500 kW or more, or having a core length of 1 m or more, shall be provided
with two winding thermoresistance-type temperature detectors per phase, positioned at
the most likely (in the Sellers experience) hot-spot locations. 100 ohm-at-0C three-wire
sensors shall be used. See also section 21.0 below.

Ground lugs shall be provided on the terminal-box side of the frame and inside the main
terminal box, except that motors with a top-mounted terminal box shall have ground lugs
on both sides.

Ground lugs shall be properly identified and shall be of at least 6mm diameter.

All medium-voltage motors, unless specified differently in the Material Requisition, shall be
fitted with space heaters. Low-voltage motors above 75 kW or Low voltage electrical
motor that do not is in operation permanent shall have space heaters. Space heaters

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shall be sized to keep the inner temperature higher than the ambient temperature to a
degree preventing condensation when the motor is at rest.

Space heaters shall also enable the unit to meet the requirements of section 3.2 above for
an indefinite period.

Unless otherwise specified in the Material Requisition space heaters up to 1,800 watts
shall be suitable for nominal 120 volt single-phase power supply, nominal 208 volt single-
phase power for 1,800 through 3,000 watts, and nominal 480 volt three-phase power when
above 3,000 watts.

Control devices, if any, for lubrication, ventilation, pressurization and the like, shall be
included and shall be described in detail in the proposal.

Motors rated 1500 kW and larger shall include surge protection, consisting of capacitors
and lightning arrestors, and shall also have three (3) window-type current transformers
(CTs) for differential protection, mounted by the Seller in a separate terminal box, with
insulating strips for centering the motor leads in the transformer windows. Surge
capacitors shall have sealed-type construction and shall utilize a non-flammable dielectric
material. The current transformers shall be selected and motor leads arranged for self-
balancing differential protection. The Seller shall complete all primary circuits through the
transformer windows, and shall connect the leads to shorting-type terminal blocks for the
Buyers connection to the motor feeder cables. The Seller shall provide calibration curves
for the motor differential transformers.
Variable speed motors will be connected to the output of the inverter and provided with an
integral protection system from the inverter.

Drain openings shall be provided and shall be located where condensate water may be
collected, and they shall be equipped with fittings suitable for the area classification
specified.

- All equipment shall be baseplate-mounted, unless motors are specified in the


Material Requisition for direct grouting to the foundation.

- Horizontal jackscrews shall always be furnished. Axial jackscrews shall be


provided for motors weighing over 200 kg.

- The baseplate shall be furnished with leveling jackscrews, adjacent to each anchor
bolt opening.

- Vertical corners of the baseplate shall be rounded to a 50mm minimum radius, to


minimize grout cracking.

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- Vibratory stress-relieving shall be applied prior to baseplate machining if and


where required to prevent stress relieving-related distortion in service.

The following requirements apply when use with an ASD is specified or requested as an
option in the Material Requisition, for small (less than 50 KW) units of comparatively
straightforward engineering coordination requirements (i.e. allowing separate procurement
of the ASD and the motor). The ASD themselves will be provided by the Buyer as part of
the motor control gear line-up. The motor Seller shall be responsible for obtaining from the
driven equipment and ASD Sellers all coordination information needed, such as the
planned speed range and ASD harmonics content, with copies of such correspondence
being provided also to the Buyer.

Motors using ASDs shall be specifically built or selected for this purpose, including having
any extra cooling air flow needed for heat generated by harmonics and for the effect of
operating at low speeds, as well as having any insulation upgrades necessitated by wave
form irregularities. The specified Class B temperature rise shall be maintained and, when
a hazardous atmosphere is specified in the Material Requisition, the surface temperature
shall also be maintained within the required limits.

The rotating equipment strings maximum and minimum allowed operating speeds shall,
for rotating equipment packages, be identified by the Seller having unit responsibility, in
the proposal as preliminary information and after order is final, taking into account
rotordynamic limitations as described below as well as all other considerations applicable
(such as cooling at low speeds, excessive high-speed NPSHR and flow-induced vibration
for pumps, and prevent of motor "cogging" at low speeds). Any speed intervals within the
allowed speed range for which derating or limited dwell time is required shall be identified
in the proposal as an exception to the specification; and, if the exception is subsequently
approved by the Buyer, the motor Seller shall communicate to the ASD supplier (with a
copy of correspondence to the Buyer) "skip frequency" programming for automatic
avoidance of such speeds. Under no circumstances, however, shall the need for such
programming prevent the driven equipment from satisfying any of the specific operating
conditions stated in the Material Requisition.

The rotating equipment strings torsional resonant frequencies shall for packaged
equipment be identified by the Seller having unit responsibility, and they shall be stated in
the proposal as preliminary information and after order as final. This information shall also
(again with a copy to the Buyer) be communicated by the motor Seller to the ASD supplier
so that harmonics of the ASDs fundamental frequency are tuned to avoid exciting such
resonances, with a minimum separation margin of 10 percent (potentially via applying the
aforementioned skip-frequency approach).

The equipment strings lateral and torsional critical speeds shall be identified by the Seller
having unit responsibility and stated in the proposal as preliminary information and after

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order as final. The allowed speed range(s) shall be communicated by the motor Seller to
the ASD supplier (with a copy of correspondence to the Buyer) and shall provide a
minimum separation margin of 10 percent in all cases (potentially via applying the
aforementioned skip-frequency approach).

Any remaining requirement for use of a torsionally resilient coupling shall be fulfilled by the
Seller having unit responsibility.

The process sensor(s) and setpoint input will in all cases be Buyer-supplied, and the same
is true of the process controller, unless specified otherwise in the Material Requisition.

7. NAME PLATES

Two corrosion-resistant name plates (e.g. stainless steel, or Aluminum) shall be fastened
to each motor. There shall be indelibly engraved on them the following data:

7.1 Main Rating Plate

The main rating plate shall be in accordance with IEC 34-1 Section 10.

7.2 Additional Rating Plate

The additional rating plate shall show the following:

- Service factor

- Allowable frequency and voltage variation.

- Breakaway starting current in amperes.

- Breakaway torque in p.u., referred to rated output at 40C.

- Direction of rotation and corresponding phase sequence rotation.

- Class of insulation and allowable temperature rise.

- Type of lubricant recommended.

- Buyers equipment item number.

- Further data if and as specified.

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8. TESTS

The method of tests to be performed shall be as specified in IEC Recommendations.

Unless specified otherwise on the Data Sheet, Buyer and/or representative shall witness
all production and functional tests. Three weeks in advance notice shall be given to Buyer
for required inspection and testing date.

8.1 Type Test

Type tests (i.e., qualification tests on prototype) are only required for motors with
protection against hazard of fire or explosion (see Part 2 of this specification).

8.2 Acceptance Test

All motors shall undergo acceptance-routine testing as stated in Table 1 of this


specification.

The Seller shall submit to Buyer for comments and approval the test methods to be
adopted, at least thirty days prior to the date fixed for the final acceptance test.

Extent of acceptance-routine tests.

The extent of tests is given for short-test and complete test in Table 1 of this
specification .

All motors shall undergo the short test.

The complete test shall be carried-out on one sample, selected by the Buyer, for each
group of motors of the same type, voltage and output rating, for motors under 150kW.

The complete test shall be carried-out on all motors rated at or above 150 kW and on all
medium-voltage motors.

The Buyers approval of test and other pertinent specified data is required for authorization
to ship the equipment. Equipment acceptance by the Buyer at the Sellers factory or
onsite shall not constitute a waiver or modification of any specified requirements.

Equipment shall be tested attached to a shop floor surface or to a bedplate of mass and
rigidity sufficient to render the factory test vibration results applicable to the machinerys
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factory test vibration measurements to equivalent field figures, nor shall resilient support
elements or other special apparatus be applied for this purpose during factory testing.

9. DOCUMENTATION REQUIRED FROM SUPPLIER

9.1 Information by Seller

The Seller shall furnish for each motor information and data as listed on Table 2 of this
specification and also as required by Job Specification, as regards of units of
measurement and languages.

9.2 Data Concerning the Foundations

Dynamic forces to be used by the Buyer for foundation design shall be given for the
following conditions, for all motors rated more than 500 kW:

- starting at full voltage,

- short circuit,

- reacceleration in phase opposition, with the maximum specified residual voltage at


the motor terminals.

9.3 Accuracy

The as-manufactured accuracy criteria for drawing dimensions pertaining to Buyer


interfaces shall be 25mm for fluid and electrical connections and 6mm for anchor bolt
locations.

10. PREPARATION FOR SHIPMENT


Preparation for shipment shall be in accordance with Sellers standards unless otherwise
noted on the MR.

Loose equipment shall be securely packaged for shipment and shall be tagged for easy
identification.

Any component with moving parts that might be damaged in shipment shall have all such
moving parts securely blocked and braced. Any blocking, bracing, or other material that
must be removed before energization of the equipment shall be clearly identified by high-
visibility tags, signs, or markings.

Instructions for storage of the electrical motor shall be attached to it.

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Any disassembly after test shall be limited to the minimum necessary to ensure damage-
free and specified dimensional/weight limit-conforming transportability. Shipment of
equipment in a piece-part, uncompleted or discrepant state is prohibited. Motors shall be
shipped with the rotor installed in the casing and the bearings suitably blocked to prevent
rotor movement. Motor casings shall not require field assembly or disassembly for
inspection.

11. PART 2 - ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS AND PRESCRIPTIONS FOR MOTORS


PROTECTED AGAINST THE HAZARD OF EXPLOSION OR FIRE

11.1 General

Part 2 of this specification covers additional requirements and prescriptions relevant to


motors with protection against the hazard of explosion or fire, due to a mixture of air and
flammable gases or vapors that may occur in the locations in which motors are installed.

These motors shall also meet the requirements set forth in Part 1 of this specification.

11.1.1 Classification of Hazardous Locations

Areas in which an explosive gas atmosphere is present, or may be expected to be


present, in quantities such as to require special precautions for the construction,
installation and use of electrical apparatus are classified as Zone 1 or Zone 2 in
accordance with the expected revision of Covenin 200 as described in section 2.1 above.

11.1.2 Type of Protection Considered

Types of protection considered are the following:

Ex d, explosion proof (flameproof),

Ex p, pressurized,

Ex e, increased safety,

Ex i, intrinsic safety (for electrical appurtenances, i.e. not for motors themselves).

Ex n, non-sparking

Note: Ex e shall not be applied for Zone 1 locations.

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11.1.3 Standards and Regulations

Unless otherwise specified in the Material Requisition, motors with type of protection Ex d,
Ex p, Ex e or Ex n shall comply with the construction and testing requirements set for by
the Recommendation issued by IEC 60079, Electrical Apparatus for Explosive Gas
Atmospheres, especially the following parts:

Part 1 - Construction and test of flameproof enclosures of electrical apparatus,

Part 2 - Electrical apparatus, type of protection p,

Part 7 - Construction and test of electrical apparatus, type of protection e,

Part 8 - Classification of maximum surface temperatures,

Part 15 - Electrical apparatus with type of protection n.

For devices with protection type Ex I (intrinsic safety) IEC 60079 Part 3, Spark Test for
Apparatus for Intrinsically-safe Circuits, and any applicable standards of the country of
origin shall be applicable. All electrical instruments located in areas subject to hazardous
atmosphere classifications shall be designed as explosion-proof. Winding
thermoresistance sensors per section 6.0 above shall be included among the items
required to be certified by an internationally recognized testing authority.

All electrical appurtenances (e.g. heaters, switches, transmitters, pushbuttons) and motors
shall be approved for the specified area classification by an internationally recognized
testing laboratory, and such approval documents shall be among the contract data
provided to the Buyer. Such items shall also have a permanently-attached nameplate,
according to projects tagging system, identifying the classification and temperature
category specified as well as bearing a mark signifying approval by the aforementioned
internationally recognized testing authority.

The motors degree of protection required for the hazardous atmosphere classification
specified in the Material Requisition is Ex d or Ex p in Zone 1 areas, and Ex n, Ex d, Ex e
or Ex p in Zone 2 areas. Ex e degree of protection shall not be acceptable for inverted-fed
motors in Zone 2 areas. Terminal box requirements are covered in the discussions
presented below for these categories.

11.1.4 Test Reports and Protocols

Sellers of motors with type of protection Ex d, Ex e and Ex n shall exhibit to the Buyers
inspector reports of tests in accordance with IEC standards carried out on the prototype by
a testing station approved by the national authority of the country of origin or by another

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appropriate authority, and shall produce routine-acceptance test protocols as specified by


the applied IEC Recommendations and by the applied standards of the country of origin.

Sellers of motors with type of protection Ex n shall also provide certification of type testing
in accordance with British standard BS5000.

12. EXPLOSION PROOF MOTORS (FLAME PROOF MOTORS) EX D

12.1 Configuration Basics

These motors shall have their active parts contained in one or more explosion proof
enclosures and shall have non-sparking external ventilating fans.

Enclosures are grouped according to the dimensions of the gaps between their joints
surfaces as follows (IEC 60079-1, Table II): II A, II B and II C.

12.2 Additional Prescriptions

External ventilating fans and covers protecting air flow openings shall be constructed in
such a manner and shall be so arranged and fastened that no rubbing of rotating parts
against stationary ones can occur.

Clearances shall be as per IEC 60079-0 clause 16.3, except that intentional reduction of
clearances to 1 mm is not allowed. Fans shall be made of corrosion-resisting ductile
material (e.g., aluminum, plastic).

Aluminum shall not contain more than 0.2% of copper.

Plastic fans shall be made of a reinforced thermo-setting plastic and shall be sufficiently
conductive to prevent the accumulation of static charges.

Main and auxiliary terminal boxes, space heaters and wiring external to the motor
enclosure shall also have type of protection Ex d, with characteristics at least equivalent to
those prescribed for the motor enclosure; or, if such protection is not available and with
the Buyers approval, type Ex p protection may be used. Electrical instrumentation shall
be type Ex ib or alternatives per section 11.1 above, certified as suitable for the specified
application.

When the motors are to be installed in a location classified Zone 2 the terminal boxes may
have Ex e type of protection.

Surfaces which may come in contact with explosive mixtures shall be such to prevent the
accumulation of static charges.

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13. PRESSURIZED MOTORS EX P

13.1 Configuration Basics

Pressurized motors are motors in which the entry of flammable gases or vapors is
prevented by maintaining air or other non-flammable gases (hereinafter safety fluid) within
the enclosure at a pressure above the ambient air pressure.

Pressurized motors may be:

- totally enclosed with primary coolant in a closed circuit, with the motor frame
surface-cooled or using a heat exchanger, or

- ventilated by inlet and outlet ducts (or pipes)

Pressurized and totally-enclosed motors shall have an enclosure with a minimum


mechanical protection degree of IP 55, and shall be permanently connected to a source of
clean air or other non-flammable gas.

The minimum pressure of the safety fluid over that of ambient air shall not be less than 50
Pa during operation, at any point of the motor enclosure where the entrance of external air
may occur.

The motor shall have provisions for scavenging it with a flow of safety fluid before starting,
in order to make a complete renewal of the internal air or gas before energization. A sign
warning of this requirement shall be permanently affixed to such motors.

Duct (or pipe)-ventilated pressurized motors shall have the enclosure flanged to cooling
and pressurizing air ducts (or pipes).

The inlet duct (or pipe) shall be connected to an external supply system of clean air,
capable of supplying the air flow quantity required to cool the motor and to keep the
minimum overpressure of 50 Pa at all points of the motor enclosure and of the inlet and
outlet ducts (or pipes) where the entrance of external air may otherwise occur. The
internal overpressure shall be controlled by means of louvers on the outlet flange of the
motor or by means of an outlet duct (or pipe) equipped with louvers at the discharging
point.

Scavenging capability shall be provided as per section 13.1 of this specification.

Duct (or pipe)-ventilated pressurized motors equipped with louvers directly mounted on the
motor discharge flange (i.e., with air discharging in the surrounding of the motor) shall be
permitted in Zone 2 locations only.

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13.2 Additional Prescriptions

Limiting surface temperatures shall be kept within the permissible limits consistent with the
temperature class also during service conditions as specified in Section 3 of this
specification.

Terminal boxes that are not included in the pressurized system, or which are included in
the pressurized system but house circuits may be energized before scavenging or when
pressurization is off, shall be equipped with protection type Ex d in Zone 1 and Ex d or Ex
e in Zone 2 locations, and shall be suitable for the specified conditions.

Totally enclosed pressurized motors shall have external ventilating fans as specified in
section 12.2. of this specification.

Space heaters installed in motor enclosures or in air ducts (or pipes), if in-service when
the pressurization is off, shall have protection type Ex d in Zone 1 and Ex d or Ex e in
Zone 2 locations, and shall be suitable for the specified conditions.

The Seller shall include any auxiliary devices necessary to control scavenging and
pressurization.

Surfaces which may come in contact with explosive mixtures shall be such as to prevent
the accumulation of static charges.

14. INCREASED SAFETY MOTORS EX E

14.1 Configuration Basics

Increased safety motors are motors for which additional measures are applied, to give
increased security against the possibility of excessive temperatures and against the
occurrence of arcs and sparks in parts and components which do not produce arcs of
sparks in normal service. Note the prohibition of section 13.2 above against use of Ex e
protection as a stand-alone measure for Zone 1 locations. Increased safety motors shall
not be used for variable speed applications in hazardous locations. All of the following are
applicable to Zone 2 locations only.

14.2 Additional Prescriptions

Limiting temperatures as specified by IEC 60079-7 clause 3.8 shall be applicable also for
the conditions specified in Section 3.4 of this specification.

The Seller shall indicate in the proposal if the motors have a critical rotor (i.e. during the
time tE the rotor reaches the limit temperature before the stator).

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It shall be the Sellers responsibility to ensure in such cases that the limiting temperatures
are not exceeded for the specified conditions. The Seller shall indicate in the proposal the
starting time, if it is higher than tE.

Ventilating fans shall be made of materials as specified in section 12.2. of this


specification.

Space heaters shall be type Ex d or Ex e, and shall be suitable for the specified
conditions.

Surfaces which may come in contact with explosive mixtures shall be such as to prevent
the accumulation of static charges

15. NON-SPARKING MOTORS EX N

15.1 Configuration Basics

Mechanically and electrically non-sparking motors are those which do not produce arcs or
sparks or excessive temperature on external surface under normal operating conditions,
excluding starting and re-acceleration with supply and service conditions as specified in
Section 3.4 of this specification.

15.2 Additional Prescriptions

For non-sparking motors enclosures shall not be less than IP 55.

External ventilating fans and covers protecting air flow openings shall be constructed in
such a manner and shall be so arranged and fastened that no rubbing of rotating parts
against stationery ones can occur.

Ventilating fans shall be made of materials as specified in section 12.2. of this


specification.

Space heaters shall be as specified in section 6.0 of this specification.

Surfaces which may come in contact with explosive mixtures shall be such to prevent the
accumulation of static charges.

16. ADDITIONAL NAME PLATE OR MARKING

An additional name plate or marking shall be provided in accordance with section 13.3
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shall be suitably marked even if they are not covered by the applicable IEC
Recommendations and Standards.

For variable speed applications, the following additional marking shall be included:
Relevant electrical characteristics of the converter
Maximum load torque corresponding to the speed range allowed according to the
application.

17. ADDITIONAL TESTS

Motors protected against the hazard of explosion or fire shall undergo the additional tests
listed in Table 3 of this specification, besides those specified in Table 1.

For Ex e motors the heating run test and measurement of the time tE shall be part of the
Sellers scope of work.

The amount of tests may be reduced by agreement with the Buyer if the Seller can
produce type or individual acceptance test certificates issued by a testing station that is
approved by an internationally recognized testing authority.

18. ADDITIONAL DOCUMENTATION

The following further documents and information shall be furnished, beside those indicated
in Section 9 of this specification, where applicable.

18.1 For Motors Ex d:

- drawings of labyrinth glands sleeve bearings, or ball or roller bearings,

- cable entry type and drawings.

18.2 For Motors Ex p:

- inlet pressures for normal operation and for scavenging,

- recommended safety fluid flow for scavenging and duration,

- pressure drop between the inlet and outlet flanges,

- temperature rise of coolant, referred to inlet temperature.

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18.3 For All Motors:

- Certification per section 11.1 above.

19. PART 3 - ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS FOR MOTORS OVER 4,000 KW OR


SPECIFIED AS SPECIAL-PURPOSE IN THE MATERIAL REQUISITION

Part 3 of this specification covers additional requirements and prescriptions relevant to


motors rated over 4,000 kW or specified as special purpose in the Material Requisition.
These motors shall also meet the requirements set forth in Part 1 and (where applicable)
Part 2 of this specification.

19.1 Motor Bearings

Horizontal motor bearings shall be split, pressure-lubricated sleeve bearings with split
bearing brackets. Pressure lubrication systems shall be supplied by the party having unit
responsibility.

The design shall permit bearing replacement without removing the bottom bearing bracket
or the motors rotor.

Motor bearings shall be insulated to prevent the circulation of shaft currents through the
bearings.

Bearing housings shall be equipped with a threaded and plugged connection, to be


connected onsite by the Buyer to a sweep flow of nitrogen or dry air during periods of
equipment downtime for the purpose of preventing ingress of salt-laden air. The purge
gas will be provided by the Buyer, including regulation, isolation and overpressure
protection, but supplemental shield protection shall be provided by the Seller if and where
needed to prevent water ingress during periods of heavy rain. The Seller shall state in its
proposal the expected purge flow rate appropriate as well as its pressure limitation.

All bearing housings shall be fitted with the Sellers standard breather or plugged (1" NPS
minimum) vent connection.

19.2 Medium Voltage Motors Powered by Adjustable Speed Drives

Inverter fed motors shall comply with the following requirements and also shall comply with
relevant requirements of a coordinated system as indicated in CA04-33-P-SP-032,
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The rotating equipment strings maximum and minimum allowed operating speeds shall be
identified by the Seller having unit responsibility, taking into account rotor dynamic
limitations as described below as well as all other considerations applicable.

Adjustable speed control will allow the motor to be operated over a wide range of speed.
Both low speed motor with step-up gear and high-speed motor directly coupled (without
gear-box) designs are acceptable, unless otherwise specified in the DS.

The converter-motor manufacturer(s) shall select the optimum motor design to match this
optimum input speed range. The synchronous speed may be different from the traditional
60 Hz, fixed speed applications (1200, 1800, 3600 rpm).

The motor manufacturer shall be responsible for obtaining from the driven equipment and
converter manufacturers all coordination information needed, such as the planned speed
range and harmonics content. The Seller with unit responsibility shall coordinate all
parties involved. There are several issues that the Seller shall address for reliable
operation:

Variable speed motors shall be designed to perform with harmonics generated from the
converters. It will be Sellers responsibility to coordinate with the suppliers of the
adjustable speed drive system components to obtain all necessary harmonics data and
make sure that the motor is designed for the specified operation.

Inverter fed motors shall be specifically built or selected for this purpose, including any
extra cooling air flow needed for heat generated by harmonics and for the effect of
operating at low speeds, as well as having any insulation upgrades needed by waveform
distortion. The specified Class B temperature rise shall be maintained and, when a
hazardous atmosphere is specified in the DS, the surface temperature shall also be
maintained within the required limits.

Any speed intervals within the allowed speed range for which derating or limited dwell time
is required shall be identified in the proposal as an exception to the specification; and, if
the exception is subsequently approved by the Buyer, the motor Seller shall communicate
to the PDS supplier (with a copy of correspondence to the Buyer) the "skip frequency"
programming for automatic avoidance of such speeds. Under no circumstances, however,
shall the need for such programming prevent the driven equipment from satisfying any of
the specific operating conditions stated in the DS.

The rotating equipment strings torsional resonant frequencies shall be identified by the
Seller having unit responsibility, and they shall be stated in the proposal as preliminary
information and after order as final. This information shall also (again with a copy to the
Buyer) be communicated by the motor Seller to the PDS supplier so that harmonics of the
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minimum separation margin of 10 percent (potentially via applying the aforementioned


skip-frequency approach).

The equipment strings lateral and torsional critical speeds shall be identified by the Seller
having unit responsibility and stated in the proposal as preliminary information and after
order as final. The allowed speed range(s) shall be communicated by the motor Seller to
the PDS supplier (with a copy of correspondence to the Buyer) and shall provide a
minimum separation margin of 10 percent in all cases (potentially via applying the
aforementioned skip-frequency approach).

Any remaining requirement for use of a torsionally resilient coupling shall be fulfilled by the
Seller having unit responsibility.

The process sensor(s) and setpoint input will in all cases be Buyer-supplied, and the same
is true of the process controller, unless specified otherwise in the DS.

When specified in the DS, the motor and the power converter shall be tested together and
under load to assure a properly coordinated system according to type of load, speed range
and other requirements specified in the DS for adjustable speed applications.

Certification for Use in Hazardous Areas: Seller shall provide a written certification of
compliance with the ATEX Directive regarding the adequacy of the PDS for the installation
of the motor in a zone 2 hazardous area.

19.3 Low Voltage Motors Powered by Variable Speed Drives

Low Voltage Motors powered by Variable Speed Drive shall comply with the relevant
requirements of a co-ordinated system as indicated in Low Voltage Variable Speed Drive
Active Front End or Regenerative Type specification # CA04-04-33-P-SP-033.

Variable Speed Drive control shall allow the motor to be operated over a wide range of
speed.

The electrical motor manufacturer shall be responsible for getting from the Variable Speed
Drive manufacturers all co-ordination information required, such as the planned speed
range, harmonics contents among others issues.
The Seller with unit responsibility shall co-ordinate all parties involved. There are
several issues that the Seller shall address for reliable operation.

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20. VIBRATION AND BEARING TEMPERATURE SUPERVISION

Motors shall be equipped with two in-babbit bearing temperature detectors per bearing.
Factory and jobsite acceptance test metal temperatures for in-bearing sensors shall not
exceed 93C for journal bearings and 100C for thrust bearings under any and all
specified operating conditions.

Factory testing shall, for the purpose of checking compliance with this and the
rotordynamic requirements of this specification, be conducted with the oil supply
temperature at least equal to that pertaining to normal operation with the maximum cooling
water supply temperature specified, but not lower than the set point of the oil systems
supply temperature control valve.

Motors shall be equipped with one local temperature indicator per bearing. Such
indicators shall be of the dial type, mounted on the motor enclosure or in the drain oil
piping.

All horizontal motors shall have two proximity-type vibration pickups per-bearing. The
shaft surfaces, pickups and signal conditioning equipment shall be Seller-provided.
Monitoring shall be provided by the party having unit responsibility. Runout shall be
recorded at least every 150. This information shall be reported to the Buyer, and this
operation shall also be available for observation by the Buyer.

All vertical motors shall have one 3-axis, API 678-conforming accelerometer-type
vibration detector at the top of the bearing housing, with the monitoring and protection
system supply again resting with the party having unit responsibility.

21. ACCESSORIES AND MISCELLANEOUS

Motors shall have provisions for differential relay protection as per section 7.8 of this
specification, as well as including the surge capacitors and lightning arrestors of that
article. These requirements shall not apply to inverter-fed motors, which are provided with
a full protection through the converter.

Motors shall include the temperature detectors of section 6.0 of this specification; except
that motors rated over 4,000 kW shall have three detectors per phase.

The control system shall preclude startup-caused over-temperature motor damage. This
may be achieved through use of a rotor temperature monitoring system which, if used,
shall be provided complete, except for baseplate junction box-to-control panel
interconnecting wiring and the receivers power supply. The required protection may
alternatively be achieved using a programmable logic controller (PLC), through monitoring

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of acceleration period duration and the intervals between successive cold or hot start
attempts. The system shall, for either approach, cause a ready-to-start-permissive to be
inhibited until conditions are satisfactory for another startup attempt. If SUPPLIER
recommends the use of a PLC it must be stated in the offer and aal signal shall be wired
to a junction box so that the main control system of the plant will assume the functions.
The SUPPLIER shall include logic diagrams and/or control narrative in order to develop
the software in the Main Control System.

A field monitoring system shall be included and it shall consist of front-of-cabinet analog
meters for field voltage, field current and power factor, supplemented by a visual display
unit with the following data available for display:

- Current, each phase and 3-phase average

- Voltage, phases A-B, B-C and A-C

- Three-phase kW

- Three-phase kVARs

- PF

- Frequency

- Temperatures, each winding detector and each bearing detector

- All alarm setpoints

- Unbalance ratio

- Ground fault current

- Time until restart is permitted (ref. repeat-start blocking per section 21.0 above)

- All alarms and trips

- First-out trip

Permanently-installed tooling balls with protective covers shall be mounted adjacent to the
horizontal splitline at each bearing, for use in the event that checking the hot-condition
alignment is needed.

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Tapered dowel pins shall be used at the mounting feet and shall be at least partially
installed at the factory of the Seller or of the party having unit responsibility, with the
equipment properly aligned, so that no more than reaming is required for final doweling
after completion of the alignment onsite. Reamers for such operations shall be included
among the Seller-provided special tools.

22. ROTOR DYNAMIC BALANCING, VIBRATION AND TESTING

The motor rotor shall be dynamically balanced before motor assembly, in a balancing
machine, preferably with all shaft or rotor mounted fans installed.

If the fans are not installed during rotor balancing they shall be dynamically balanced
separately in a balancing machine.

The Seller shall supply a balanced idling adapter, if testing with the contract coupling and
driven equipment in place is not performed by the party having unit responsibility, unless
the coupling hub is mounted for test and it meets the 10% criterion cited below. The
factory vibration test shall, for all non-string-test cases, be performed with the hub/idling
adapter in place, which shall apply a moment equal to (within 10 percent) the moment of
the contract coupling hub plus one-half that of the coupling spacer. When all testing is
completed the idling adapter, if any, shall be furnished to the Buyer as part of the special
tools.

Vibration limits for factory and onsite acceptance testing shall be the Grade R criteria of
IEC 60034-14.

When specified in the Material Requisition, two additional stator coils for special surge
tests of the main and turn insulation shall be manufactured at the same time as the
complete stator winding. These coils shall be completely cured and tested as follows:

The test of the main insulation shall consist of three successive applications of a 1.2/50-
microsecond impulse voltage with a crest value of 5 PU. The impulse voltage shall be
applied to both terminals of the coil conductor while the conducting surfaces of the
simulated slot portions of the coil are connected to earth.

The test of the turn insulation shall consist of not less than three voltage impulses within 1
minute, applied between the coil terminations.

An immersion test of the motor itself shall not be performed.

Control panels and protective/monitoring systems shall be tested with the motor.

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23. SPARE PARTS FOR TWO (2) YEARS OPERATION

Unless otherwise specified in Data Sheet, Vendor shall specify and supply a spare parts
list for two (2) years operation for each type and size of the electrical motors.

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TABLE 1 LIST OF TESTS


DESCRIPTION SHORT TEST COMPL. TEST
1. Measurement of windings resistance at
ambient temperature (40)
2. Measurement of insulation resistance
3. Dielectric (high voltage) test
4. Determination of current:
at no-load
at rated output
at locked-rotor
5. Full-load heat run (2)
6. Determination of power factor:
at locked-rotor
at 1/2, 3/4 and4/4 of rated output
7. Determination of efficiency at 1/2, 3/4 and 4/4 (3)
of rated output
8. Determination of slip:
at no-load
at rated output load
9. Measurement of breakaway torque
10. Determination of torque versus speed curve (2)
11. Check of direction of rotation and phase
sequence
12. Overspeed test
13. Visual observation of bearings & vibration at (2)
no load
14. Measurement of vibration at no-load
15. Measurement of vibration at rated output
16. Air-flow pressure-drop measurement on (2)(4)
forced ventilated motors
17. Visual complete dimensional and mechanical (2)
check including terminal box location and
mechanical protection degree
18. Test of mechanical protection degree
19. Check of nameplate data
20. Short circuit test on the terminal boxes (2)
21. Measurement of axial float and thrust for
horizontal sleeve-bearing motors (2)
22. After-test bearing inspection, for motors with (5)
pressurized lubrication only

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(1) Test may be carried out at reduced voltage, if agreed with the Buyer.

(2) Test to be quoted separately, and to be carried out only if specified in the
Material Requisition.

(3) Method of test to be agreed between the Seller and the Buyer.

(4) Motor and bearings shall be at the rated temperature.

(5) If applicable.

Any tests to be observed or witnessed by the Buyers inspector will be specified in the
Material Requisition. A minimum of five working days advance notice shall be given.

* See Table 1.1 instead, for motor sover 4,000 kW or designated in the Mateiral
Requisition as being special-purpose.
TABLE 1.1 LIST OF TESTS
DESCRIPTION SHORT TEST COMPL. TEST
1. Measurement of windings resistance at
ambient temperature (40)
2. Measurement of insulation resistance
3. Dielectric (high voltage) test
4. Determination of current:
at no-load
at rated output (2)
at locked-rotor
5. Full-load heat run (2)
6. Determination of power factor:
at locked-rotor
at 1/2, 3/4 and4/4 of rated output
7. Determination of efficiency at 1/2, 3/4 and 4/4 (3)
of rated output
8. Determination of slip: (3)
at no-load
at rated output load
9. Measurement of breakaway torque
10. Determination of torque versus speed curve
11. Check of direction of rotation and phase (2)
sequence
12. Overspeed test
13. Visual observation of bearings & vibration at
no load
14. Measurement of vibration at no-load (2)

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15. Measurement of vibration at rated output


16. Air-flow pressure-drop measurement on
forced ventilated motors
17. Visual complete dimensional and mechanical (2)(4)
check including terminal box location and
mechanical protection degree
18. Test of mechanical protection degree (2)
19. Check of nameplate data
20. Short circuit test on the terminal boxes (2)
21. Measurement of axial float and thrust for
horizontal sleeve-bearing motors
22. Measurement of no-load losses (2)
23. Measurement of copper losses (5)
24. Measurement of shaft voltage
25. Noise measurement (2)
26. Measurement of current and torgue during
acceleration
27. Reactance measurement
28. After-test bearing inspection, for motors with
pressure lubrication only

(1) Test may be carried out at reduced voltage, if agreed with Buyer.

(2) Test to be quoted separately and to be carried out only if requested in the Material
Requisition.

(3) Method of test to be agreed between the Seller and the Buyer.

(4) Motor and bearings shall be at rated temperature.

(5) If applicable.

Tests to be observed or witnessed by the Buyers inspector will be specified in the Material
Requisition. A minimum of five working days advances notice shall be given.

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TABLE 2 INFORMATION AND DATA TO BE FURNISHED BY


SUPPLIER*
DESCRIPTION
A B C
Applied Standards
Rated output
Output at different design temperature (if
requested)
Rated current
No load current (p.u.)
No load power factor
Efficiency and power factor at 4/4 rated output
Efficiency and power factor at 1/4, 2/4 and 3/4 of
rated output
Rated temperature rise and class of insulation
Rated torque
Breakaway torque (p.u.)
Pull up torque (p.u.)
Pull out torque (p.u.)
Slip at pull-out torque
Rotor inertia
Thermal time constant at rated output
Locked rotor allowable time (starting from cold and
starting from hot)
tE(s)
Math model data (i.e., for the Buyers system
studies)
Maximum acceleration time allowed, at 100% and
at 80% voltage
Starting current versus speed at rated voltage: LV
Starting current versus speed at rated voltage: MV
Motor starting torque vs. speed, at rated voltage:
LV
Motor starting torque vs. speed, at rated voltage:
MV
Load torque versus speed (packaged units only):
LV
Load torque versus speed (packaged units only):
MV
Frame size (IEC 60072)
Bearing and lubrication type
Noise spectrum
Winding connection

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Weights
Space heater data
Requirements for other motor auxiliaries using
externally supplied power
Dimensional drawings
Comments and deviations from Specification and
Material Requisition
Additional information suggested by Seller
Additional information required by Job Specification
included as regards units of measurement and
language
ASD coordination information (ref. article VII. N
above)

A Denotes information and data to be furnished with the proposal.

B Denotes information and data to be furnished after order placement.

C Denotes information and data to be furnished only if specified in the


Material Requisition.

* See Table 2.1 instead, for motors over 4,000 kW or designated in the
Material Requisition as being "special purpose."

Where columns A and B are both marked above the proposal data are to be
preliminary for planning purposes, with after-order data being final. Proposal
data shall be final when only column A is marked.

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TABLE 2.1 INFORMATION AND DATA TO BE FURNISHED BY SUPPLIER


FOR MOTORS OVER 4,000 kW OR DESIGNATED SPECIAL-
PURPOSE

DESCRIPTION A B
Applied Standards
Rated output
Rated speed
Rated current
No load current
No load power factor
Efficiency and power factor a 1/4, 2/4, 3/4 and 4/4 of rated output
Rated temperature rise and class of insulation
Locked rotor power factor
Breakaway starting current
Breakaway starting current of the system (where applicable)
Breakaway torque (p.u.)
Rated torque
Pull-out torque (p.u.)
Pull-up torque (p.u.)
Slip at pull-out torque
Rotor inertia at motor shaft
Maximum acceleration time allowed, at 100% and at 80% voltage
Starting current versus speed, at rated voltage
Speed vs power factor rated voltage
Motor starting torque versus speed, at rated voltage
Load torque versus speed (packaged units only)
Thermal time constant at rated output
Max permissible locked rotor time at 40C and at rated voltage
starting from cold and starting from hot tE (s)
For rotor bar (or ring if governing) max. permissible temperature
rise accelerating load
Output at different design temperature (if requested)
Math model information (i.e. for the Buyers system studies)

A Denotes information and data to be furnished with the proposal.

B Denotes information and data to be furnished after order placement.

Where columns A and B are both marked above the proposal data are to be preliminary for
planning purposes, with after-order data being final. Proposal data shall be final when only
column A is marked.

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TABLE 2.1 INFORMATION AND DATA TO BE FURNISHED BY SUPPLIER FOR


(Continued) MOTORS OVER 4,000 kW OR DESIGNATED SPECIAL-PURPOSE
DESCRIPTION
A B

AC/DC resistance ratio


Open circuit time constant (s)
Symmetrical contribution to 3 phase terminal fault:
a) at cycle
b) at 5 cycles
Mounting
Bearings and lubrication type
Noise spectrum
Winding connection
Weights
Space heaters data
Requirements for other motor auxiliaries using externally-
supplied power
Dimensional drawings
System calculation proving the proposed starting method
Calculation of starting time
List of comments and deviation from specification and the Material
Requisition, if any
Additional information required by Job Specification included as
regards units of measurement and language

A DENOTES INFORMATION AND DATA TO BE FURNISHED WITH THE


PROPOSAL.

B Denotes information and data to be furnished after order placement.

Where columns A and B are both marked above the proposal data are to be preliminary for
planning purposes, with after-order data being final. Proposal data shall be final when only
column A is marked.

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TABLE 3 LIST OF ADDITIONAL TESTS

DESCRIPTION TYPE OF MOTOR


Short test Ex d +
Short test Ex e
Short test non-sparking
Short test Ex p
Compl. test Ex d ++
Compl. test Ex e **
Compl.test non-sparking
Compl. test Ex p
1. Full-load heat run * **
2. Determination of cooling medium pressure drop
at rated flow
3. Determination of explosion pressure of the ++ **a) a)
enclosure(s)
4. Determination whether the enclosure is ++ **a) a)
flameproof
5. Pressure test **a) a)
6. Routine pressure test +b)
7. Check that the manufacturer of each individual + *
apparatus certifies that it is identical with the
prototype submitted to testing authority

8. Check of absence of arcing at locked rotor on **


squirrel cage rotor
9. Measurement of the time tE and ratio lA/lN with **
rotor locked
10. Check of the parameter for indirect control of the **
temperature with regard of the time tE of
protective device
NOTES:

a) These tests shall be carried out on the terminal boxes and, if applicable, on the
auxiliaries of Ex p and Ex e motors whenever their protection method is Ex d.

b) Except for enclosures of welded construction, no routine test is required if the volume of
the enclosure does not exceed 10 cm3 or the prototype has been successfully tested
under a static pressure equal to four times the referenced pressure.

24. CERTIFICATION REQUIRED BY SINCOR FOR MOTORS POWERED BY VARIABLE SPEED


DRIVE (VSD)

The manufacturer shall provide a written certification by a notified body of compliance with the
ATEX Directive regarding the adequacy of the VSD for the installation of the electrical motor in
a zone 2 hazardous area.

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All electrical apparatus installed in a potentially explosive gas atmosphere (zone 0, 1, 2) shall
be certified by a notified body.

Self certification (by internal control of production) by the MANUFACTURER shall not be
recognized by SINCOR.

The list of Notified Bodies under ATEX Directive 94/9/EC is the following:

NAME OF NOTIFIED
COUNTRY IDENTIFICATION N
BODY

Austria TV sterreich (TV-A) 0408

Belgium Institut Scientifique des 0492


Services Publics (ISSeP)

Czech Republic Fyzikalne Technicky Zkusebni 1026


Ustav S.P.

Denmark DEMKO A/S 0539

Teknologisk Institut 0396

Finland VTT Industrial Systems 0537

France Institut National de 0080


l'Environnement Industriel et
des Risques (INERIS)

Laboratoire Central des 0081


Industries Electriques (LCIE)

Germany TV Nord Cert GmbH & Co. 0032


KG

TV Saarland e.V. 0034

TV Industrie Service GmbH 0035

RWTV Systems GmbH 0044

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NAME OF NOTIFIED
COUNTRY IDENTIFICATION N
BODY

Physikalisch-Technische 0102
Bundesanstalt (PTB)

TV Product Service GmbH 0123

Deutsche Montan 0158


Technologie GmbH (DMT)

Deutsche Gesellschaft zur 0297


Zertifizierung von
Managementsystemen mbH

Forschungsgesellschaft fr 0588
Angewandte
Systemsicherheit und
Arbeitsmedizin mbH

Institut fr Sicherheitstechnik 0637


GmbH (IBExU)

Zelmex Prf- und 0820


Zertifizierungsstelle

Zelmex Prf- und 0820


Zertifizierungsstelle

Italy Centro Elettrotecnico 0722


Sperimentale Italiano Giacinto
Motta SpA (CESI)

Luxembourg Socit Nationale de 0499


Certification et
d'Homologation s.a.r.l.

The Netherlands KEMA Quality B.V. 0344

Norway NEMKO AS 0470

Det Norske Veritas 0575


classification AS

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NAME OF NOTIFIED
COUNTRY IDENTIFICATION N
BODY

Poland Orodek Bada i Certyfikacji 1461


(OBAC)

Slovakia EVP, a.s., SKTC 101 EVPU, 1293


JSC

Technick inpekcia (TI) 1354

Spain Laboratorio Oficial Jos Maria 0163


de Madariaga (LOM)

Sweden Swedish National Testing and 0402


Research Institute (SP)

Switzerland Swiss Electrotechnical 1258


Association (SEV)

United Kingdom Lloyd's Register of Shipping 0038


(LRQA Centre)

INTERTEK Testing & 0359


Certification Ltd

SIRA Certification Service 0518

TRL Compliance Services Ltd 0891

Baseefa (2001) Ltd 1180

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