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Job Plan Target Cooling Water System (Trains 1-3) including Water Tank

Purpose Calibration Procedure for Differential Pressure Transmitters (FOUNDATION FieldBus Application)
Safety and Standard PPE is required that includes protection against H2S Gas.
Environmental
Requirements
References ILD, P&ID, Operation/maintenance manual, and instrument datasheet.

Job Prerequisites 1. Obtain work permits and authorizations


2. Ensure that work permit / JSA is read and understood in toolbox talk with all involved personal
3. Ensure all PPE requirements are met as listed in work permit / JSA before conducting the work.
4. Ensure the online equipments/instruments are isolated / removed from the system, as per P&ID
given by operations and as per ESD C&E Matrices (if applicable).
Tools and Equipment 1. Handheld Communicator HHC475
2. Pressure Calibrator/Multifunction Calibrator (with Hand pump and accessories).
3. Pair of Screw Drivers (+/-)
4. Digital Multi-meter
5. Adjustable Wrench and set of spanners
6. Rags and cleaning agent (if applicable)
7. Teflon tape or liquid sealant
8. 2 2-Way Radios (1 for CCR Operator and 1 for Field Technicians)
Persons Required 1. Senior Instrument Technician
2. Instrument Technician
3. CCR Operator
Applicable Tags 615-LT-3104, 615-LT-3105, 615-PDT-3112, 615-PDT-3113, 615-PDT-3122, 615-FT-3101,
615-FT-3102, 615-FT-3103

Work Scope DP Transmitter PM Task

Visually inspect transmitter for any defects [ ]


Check wirings and power supply level [ ]
Observe any water ingress inside the transmitter [ ]
Check transmitter valve manifold functionality [ ]
Check for any pressure leaks upon pressure simulation [ ]
Check display indicator vs. faceplate indication [ ]
Check segment health using HHC475 [ ]
Check fittings for possible leaks [ ]
Clean the unit [ ]

Work Completion Task

Ensure all procedures were done and executed as per PM checklist [ ]


Clear and do area housekeeping [ ]
Do final inspection visually [ ]
Return transmitter on line [ ]
Return transmitter in Auto-mode [ ]
Observe transmitter function in online mode and verify functionality [ ]
Close and complete work permit after task completion [ ]
Inform all personnel regarding work completion
Job Procedure 1. Isolate the DP transmitter from the process for maintenance and calibration

 Removing the 5-Valve Manifold DP Transmitter from Service


The DP transmitter with a 5-Valve manifold can easily be removed from service using the steps
outlined below:
a) Close the HP block valve
b) Close the LP block valves
c) Open the equalizing valves.
d) Open the bleed valve to vent process pressure to the atmosphere or to a drain line provided

 Removing the 3-Valve Manifold DP Transmitter from Service:


The DP transmitter can be removed from service using the steps outlined below:
a) Close the low-pressure block valve
b) Open the equalizing valve
c) Close the high-pressure block valve

2. Ensure all the materials needed for the calibration are within reach (e.g HHC475, meters, pressure
source, pressure gauge, Digital multi-meter, power supply module 24Vdc, etc)

3. Record and put down the following (can easily be sourced from transmitter nameplate or hook-up
the HHC475):
o Transmitter make and model
o Transmitter calibration range
o Transmitter range
o Transmitter MWP(Maximum Working Pressure)

4. Connect all the equipment needed for the calibration exercise in the appropriate manner. To
ensure you don’t make any mistake, you should draw a connection diagram for all equipment
involved paying particular attention to polarity of transmitter and power source! Then connect
them according to the connection diagram shown below:

5. Using the calibrator with its hand pump and tubes connected; exercise the pressure transmitter
sensor by applying 50% of the calibration range for at least 5 mins to check for leaks. Observe
transmitter display and HHC475 for pressure drop, if clear, proceed to next step.
6. Apply the test points in increasing and decreasing manner with minimum interval of five (5)
seconds per test point to obtain the stabilized reading. Apply 0, 25, 50, 75, 100% (increasing and
decreasing) accordingly and check for STD vs. UUT reading correctness. Record readings obtained
as AS FOUND reading. If the transmitter is found still accurate, no need to do adjustments. If
transmitter needs to be adjusted or ZEROED, follow next steps.

a) Connect the communicator to the loop terminal of instrument. Check polarity.


b) Switch On the communicator
c) Select Field bus application
d) Select Online

A message is displayed: There could be a data mismatch; changes made with 475 may not be
recorded in the HOST system database. Ensure all safety precaution and work procedure has
been followed.

Do you want to proceed?


Select Yes

Wait till Instrument tag list is displayed

e) Select the device tag from the displayed list.


f) Select transducer block (T0-1).
g) Select configuration/calibration
h) Select block mode.
i) Select block mode target.
j) Select OOS and AUTO
k) Select OK and SEND

A warning is displayed: Process control could be affected; changing the mode and or block
parameter of this device could adversely affect the control of your process.

Do you want to apply the changes?


Select YES and Go to Step- 6 (transducer block menu)

l) Select configuration/ calibration


m) Select pressure parameter
n) Select calibration
o) Select pressure calibration

A message is displayed: This method carries out pressure sensor calibration


p) Select AUTOMATIC from the displayed calibration type list and click NEXT
q) Select ZERO POINT calibration from the displayed list and click NEXT
Message is displayed: Apply zero mm H2O (or any other unit in use) input to sensor
Select NEXT

The pressure value will be displayed (ZERO).


Did pressure value become stable? YES/NO/REREAD PRESSURE
VALUE. Select YES/NO according the action needed.
Select YES/NO/RETRY CALIBRATION accordingly and click NEXT
If YES-applied value will be valid as calibration lowest point, proceeding?

Select NEXT
Pressure calibration complete.
The calibration lowest point and pressure value will be displayed.
Select FINISH and click NEXT
A message is displayed: Pressure calibration finish
Select FINISH
Note: Change the BLOCK MODE-TARGET from OOS
Go back to block mode (Configuration menu)
Select block mode –target and change OOS

Select OK and SEND

A warning is displayed: Process control could be affected; changing the mode and or block
parameter of this device could adversely affect the control of your process

Do you want to apply the changes?


Select YES

Zero Adjustment complete

Go back and switch OFF the communicator