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Steam and Water Sampling System

Importance of monitoring Boiler Parameters:


In the power industry control of water purity is pre-requisite for safe and efficient
operation of boiler plant. Typically up to 20 different samples per boiler are
withdrawn from the various parts of the steam/water cycle, some of these
serving several analytical instruments, others being for occasional manual
sampling only. Sample conditions as severe as 200 bar at 560oC are now
common and demand equipment of highest quality and integrity. Equipment used
vary in complexity from a single sample probe with cooler, pipe work and valves
for manual sampling to fully automatic multi stream sample conditioning consoles
for centralized monitoring.
In today’s power industry, on line monitoring of various boiler parameters has
become quite common. In old days, people used to monitor these parameters in
laboratories. This method involved a lot of provision of errors. The errors could be
from atmospheric contamination, from use of improper equipment for carrying
the sample or human errors due to repetition. The on-line analyzers when came
in to vogue, most of these errors were eliminated.
Another aspect was the sample conditioning. After development of on-line
analyzers, it became essential to condition the sample. This was required
because the sensors used for on-line analysis were capable of handling the water
/ steam sample at high temperature or pressure. To bring in uniformity it was
made mandatory to cool the sample between 25o C to 40o C.
The next development in the analyzers was the temperature compensation
concept. With this new concept it became easier to monitor the parameters at
any temperature and interpret it as if it was at a particular temperature, say 25o
C.
Today we have state of the art equipment to take care of all the requirements of
sampling, sample conditioning and sample analysis. The most popular equipment
for on-line analysis is called the Steam and Water Analysis System (SWAS).
Any SWAS package necessarily consists of two parts, namely the conditioning
unit and the analysis unit. Since the majority of the sample is handled in the
former, it is called as wet panel. The analysis of the sample is done in the latter,
which handles mostly the signals and gives various outputs for control or alarm
etc. This part is called dry panel.
A simple overview of the sampling system would be as follows: "A sampling
system will consist of all the equipment required to present an analyzer with a
clean, representative sample of the process stream and to dispose of that
sample. When the analyzer is part of an automatic control loop, the reliability of
the sampling system is as important as the reliability of the analyzer or the
control equipment."
The parameters which are most commonly monitored in power stations, are
Conductivity, pH, dissolved oxygen, silica, hydrazine and sodium. Others include
alkalinity, hardness, calcium, chloride, phosphate, dissolved ozone and so on.
The significance of each of these parameters is as follows:

pH : The steam which is finally used for power generation, i.e the steam which
goes to the turbines has to be ultra pure. This implies that the water used for
generating this steam should be in its purest form. Monitoring the pH value of the
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feed gives direct indication of alkalinity or acidity of this water. The ultra pure
water has pH value of 7. In steam circuitit is normal practice to keep the pH
value of feed water at slightly alkaline levels. This helps in preventing the
corrosion of pipe work and other equipment. Typical points in the steam circuit
where pH should be monitored are: Drum, High pressure heaters, Make-up
condensate, Plant effluent, Condenser, Cooling water.
Conductivity: Conductivity measurements give indication of contamination of
water / steam with any kind of salts. These salts can get added to water / steam
from atmosphere or due to leakage in heat exchanger etc. The conductivity of
ultra pure water is almost close to zero (say 1.2 micro siemens / cm), while with
addition of even 1 ppm of any salt, the conductivity can shoot up to even more
than 100 micro siemens / cm. Thus conductivity is a very good general purpose
watch dog which can give a quick indication of plant malfunctioning or possible
leakage. Typical points in the steam circuit where conductivity should be
monitored are : Drum water, Drum steam, High pressure haters, Low pressure
haters, Condenser, Plant effluent, D.M Plant, Make up water to D.M Plant.
Silica: The presence of silica in the steam and water circuits of power generation
plant is associated with a number of problems both in the superheater and
turbine sections.
The solubility of silica in steam increases with pressure. The presence of silica in
steam can lead to deposition in superheater tubes and on turbine blades. Small
deposits on the turbine blades can result in loss of efficiency, whilst larger
deposits can cause permanent mechanical damage.
In order that the turbines are operated at maximum performance, continuous
monitoring of silica in steam, boiler water and feed water is highly recommended.
The monitoring of anion and mixed bed ion exchanges safeguards and optimizes
the operation of Demineralising plant. Silica analysis is required at this stage
also.
Thus the typical points in steam circuits where silica analysis required are. High
pressure and Low pressure turbines, Drum steam, Drum water, CEP discharge,
Make-up water, D.M. plant, Supply water to D.M.Plant.

Dissolved Oxygen: Within a temperature range of 200 --- 250 degree centigrade
(feed water), Dissolved oxygen causes corrosion of components and piping, i.e.,
Condensers, Low pressure pre heaters, Feed water tanks, High pressure pre
heaters and economizers. The resulting pitting may eventually cause puncturing
and failures.
Dissolved oxygen also promotes electrolytic action between dissimilar metals
causing corrosion and leakage at joints and gaskets.
To minimise corrosion under alkaline operating conditions, mechanical deaeration
and chemicals scavenger additives are used to remove the dissolved oxygen. An
analytical check of process efficiency, therefore, is essential.
Dissolved oxygen monitoring is imperative in power stations using neutral or
combined operating conditions (pH 7.0-7.5 or 8.0-8.5). The typical points in
steam circuit where dissolved oxygen monitoring is required are. Condenser
outlet, L.P. heaters, Economiser inlet.

Hydrazine: The use of hydrazine as an oxygen scavenger and a source of


feedwater alkalinity has well known advantages e.g.:

a) It prevents frothing in the boiler.


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b) It minimises deposits on metal surfaces.

In addition to its oxygen – scavenging function , hydrazine helps to maintain a


protective magnetite layer over steel surfaces, and maintain feedwater alkalinity
to prevent acidic corrosion. The nominal dosage rate for hydrazine in feedwater is
about three times its oxygen level. Underdosing of hydrazine leads to increased
corrosion; overdosing represents a costly waste. Monitoring the dissolved oxygen
levels is not sufficient to control the optimum concentration because its provides
no measure of any excess hydrazine. The typical points in steam circuit where
hydrazine monitoring is required are: Re-heaters, Economiser inlet, L.P. heaters.

Sodium: The measurement of sodium is recognized – among other chemical


parameters – as an effective telltale to reveal the condition of a high – purity
water / steam circuit.
The presence of sodium signals contamination with potentially corrosive anions,
e.g. chlorides, sulfates etc. Under condition s of high pressure and temperature,
neutral sodium salts exhibit considerable steam solubility. NaCl and NaOH , in
particular, are known to be associated with stress corrosion cracking of boiler and
superheater tubes.
The measurement of sodium, acting as a carrier of potentially corrosive anions, is
now recognized as an effective means to monitor steam purity.
The ubiquitous character of sodium in the environment make it a useful indication
to reveal possible leak conditions with in the circuit, particularly in the condenser
section where the measurement of sodium detects cooling water leaks with a
much higher sensitivity than conductivity measurements. Such controls assume
an even greater importance with stations having no condensate polishing. The
typical points in steam circuit where sodium monitoring is required are . D.M.
plant, Condensate pump, Condenser, Drum steam, D.M.plant output.

Monitoring of other parameters such as alkalinity, hardness, calcium, chloride,


phosphate, dissolved ozones is also required depending on the size of the plant
and the quality of water / steam equipment.

The Need of Sampling:

All the analysers mentioned above work efficiently if the temperature, pressure
and flow conditions of sample are maintained properly. Further , the sensors are
capable of handling the water/steam samples at particular temperatures and
pressures only. This necessitates the use of the sample conditioning system i.e.
Wet panel.

Sample conditioning systems have several functions. The sample must be:

Withdrawn from the process,


Transported,
Conditioned,
Introduced into the analyser, and
Disposed of.

Probably the most common problem in sample – system design is the lack of
realistic information concerning the properties of the process at the sampling
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point. Also, while the sample is being conditioned, utmost care has to be taken to
see that the sample does not get contaminated and it is truly representative. The
condition of sample reaching at the end point i.e. the analyser should match
exactly with that at the tapping point. Thus the first important component the
sampling system is the sample extraction probe. The correct choice of probe
should never be over looked, since the validity of analysis will be questionable, if
representative sample are not withdrawn. Being directly attached to the process
pipe work, the probe may be subject to severe service conditions, and for most
applications, this item is manufactured to the stringent codes applicable to high
pressure, high temperature pipe work. The type of probe to be used will depend
on the process steam parameter to be measured, the required sample flow rate
and the position of the sampling point in the system.

Sample Extraction Probes:


As a general rule, when sampling from pipes for suspended solids, one of the
various types of isokinetic probes is used. This class of probe is designed to
ensure that the sample enters the ports at the same velocity as the main process
stream, thus reducing kinetic segregation of suspended particles to a minimum.
Recent studies by the CGEB suggest that a more important factor in obtaining
representative particulate samples may be the maintenance of a sufficiently high
transport velocity in the sample line to prevent hide out of the suspended
species. However this type of probe continues to be in demand for these
applications. Isokinetic probes may be of single port, multiport or capillary type,
and should be installed with the ports facing upstream into oncoming flow.

Simple Pipe Work And Valves:


Sample lines should be kept as short as possible consistent with the convenient
siting of equipment, and the use of unnecessarily large line diameters should be
avoided, as undue size and length lead to a delayed response and the damping
out of transients. Sample pipe work must be of a material which will not react
chemically with any species in the sample. For the majority of applications,
stainless steel AISI 316 is standard. The number of bends and joints should be
kept to a minimum, and if possible sample lines should fall continuously from the
sinle point to the sample conditioning system. Care must be taken to ensure that
the lines are not obstructed, particularly where joined by welding or where bent
on site.

The important considerations in the choice of valve are:

a) Suitable pressure/temperature rating for inlet isolation, including the highest


duties to be found in modern power plant.
b) Rugged mechanical design to withstand severe site conditions. Sensitivity and
ease of operation.
c) Specific designs for throttling applications.

Sample Coolers:
The sample coolers form the heart of the sampling system. These should be
preferably coil in shell type design. This should make use of counter flow type of
heat exchange principle. Double helix are in vogue now a days. The coolers with
double helix type coil design give better approach temperature than conventional
single coil designs apart from being compact in size. A built in shell relief valve
takes care of possible mishap due to high pressures caused by coil rupture etc.
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these should be rated to severe temperature and pressure conditions existing in


power plant and sized to take care of the heat loads. The design standards to be
followed can be ASME PTC 19.11 or CEGB standard 764501.

Filteration:
The majority of online analyzers from dissolved solids or volatile species, and the
presence of unwanted particulate matter can be damaging, both to the
instrumentation and to certain components in the sampling system, such as
pressure reducing valves, capillaries or solenoid valves. For many applications all
that is required is a small high-pressure filter with sintered stainless steel
element. However, for plants with a high particulate burden, larger stainless steel
or alloy steel high-pressure y filters may be necessary and these can be supplied
with integral valves to permit regular cleaning without disassembly.

Pressure Reduction:
An important aspect of sample conditioning lies in making suitable provision to
ensure that the analyzers can never be subjected to a pressure higher that the
safe limit. With source pressures as high as 250 bar, this warrants serious
consideration, and the use of components of high integrity. A pressure regulator
that can maintain the down stream pressure at constant set limit irrespective of
up stream fluctuations becomes an ideal choice. On closing fully, the regulator
should ensure zero flow condition and should withstand the total up stream
pressure. A built in safety valve to this pressure regulator makes the unit fool
proof.

High Temperature Protection:

In the event of cooling water failure, on line systems require a reliable means of
immediate sample shut off and alarm, before high temperature samples can
reach instrumentation. Temperature sensing can be done by means of electrical
contacts on the outlet temperature gauge, or by a dedicated sample thermo
switch. The electrical output of the above can be used for sample shutoff, by
means of solenoid valve. In this manner a pressure switch also can be added for
additional safety.

Chilled Water:
Use of chilled water becomes necessary when the cooling water available on site
is not capable of cooling the sample to the temperature required by analyzers. If
available cooling water is upto 40 Deg C, a well designed sampling system can
ensure sample outlet temperature of 45 Deg C. Most of modern analyzers can
work comfortably with these sample temperatures. However if cooling water
temperature exceeds 40Deg C, use of chilled water becomes necessary. Normal
practice is to make use of available cooling water for extracting as much as heat
as possible from the sample and using the chilled water for the removing the
remaining fraction of heat. Chiller with isothermal bath is a compact unit which
saves a lot of space. In this unit the chiller unit provides the chilled water to a
container called isothermal bath. In this container the sample coils are immersed.
Thus one can save use of individual heat exchangers.
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System Description :

The steam and water analysis system at Vimagiri consists of following major
parts:
1. Sample Handling system (SHS)
2. Analysers

Sample Handling system (SHS):


The SHS conditions the sample before feeding it to the Analyser. Conditioning
ensures right temperature, flow and pressure of the samples, as required by the
Analyser. It consists of following major components

Isolation Valve: This is provided for isolating the sample during maintenance of
the components mounted on the panel / rack / wall mtg. plate. There are two
isolation valves provided in the system for this purpose. One for low temperature
application and the other is for high temperature application.

Sample Cooler: Indoor located, coil in coil type sample coolers with counter flow
operation are provided to reduce the temperature of sample to the acceptable
temperature of the sensor. Material of the inner tube will be Inconel 600/316 SS
and
material of outer tube will be AISI 316 SS. Both the root sample coolers and
primary cooler will employ plant auxiliary cooling water as the cooling medium
and the secondary sample cooler will employ chilled water as the cooling
medium. Necessary Isolation Valves are provided at the cooling water/chilled
water inlet and outlet.

PRIMARY COOLER CALCULATION

SR FLUID/ Sample PRESS. SAMPLE FLOW (cc/min.) COOLING WATER HEAT SAMPLE
SERVICE in (Kg/ LOAD OUTLET
TEMP. cm2 g) (KJ/hr) TEMP.
FLOW INLET OUTLET
Ltr/Hr TEMP. TEMP.
Grab Total Total 120%
Ana Sample Sample
Flow
1 Hotwell 47 4 425 200 625 750 1,500 39 39.5 2,965 39.2
make-up
pump
discharge
2 CEP 50 15 430 400 830 1,000 1,500 39 42.2 20,24 39.5
Discharge 2
Header
3 HP/IP BFP 159 6.3 425 200 625 750 1,500 39 42.9 24,27 29.4
suction 8
4 Cooling 39 2.6 625 --- 625 750 1,500 39 39 --- 39
water in
condenser
Note: The cooler calculations are based on 120% sample column.
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SECONDARY COOLER CALCULATION


SR FLUID/ Sample PRESSURE SAMPLE FLOW (cc/min.) CHILLED CHILLED CHILLED HEAT SAMPLE
No SERVICE in temp (Kg/cm2 g) WATER WATER WATER LOAD OUTLET
ºC FLOW INLET OUTLET (KJ/hr) TEMP.
(Ltr/Hr) TEMP. TEMP.
Grab Total Total 120%
Ana Sample Sample
Flow
1 Hotwell 39 3 425 200 625 750 750 22 22.9 2,789 24.3
make-up
pump
discharge
2 CEP 39 3 430 400 830 1,000 750 22 23.2 3,660 24.9
Discharge
Header
3 Deaerator 39 3 400 600 1000 1,250 750 22 23.9 6,038 25.7
4 LP BFP 39 3 425 200 625 750 750 22 23.2 3,758 24.9
Suction
5 HP/IP BFP 39 3 425 200 625 750 750 22 22.9 2,822 24.3
Suction
6 LP feed 39 3 430 400 830 1,000 750 22 23.6 4,868 25.5
water inlet
to drum
7 IP 39 3 430 400 830 1,000 750 22 23.6 4,868 25.5
economize
r inlet
8 HP 40 3 430 400 830 1,000 750 22 23.6 4,868 25.5
economize
r inlet
9 HRSG LP 39 3 430 400 830 1,000 750 22 23.6 4,868 25.5
drum
water
1 HRSG IP 39 3 430 400 830 1,000 750 22 23.6 4,868 25.5
0 drum
water
1 HRSG HP 40 3 430 400 830 1,000 750 22 23.6 4,868 25.5
1 drum
water
1 LP 39 3 430 400 830 1,000 750 22 23.6 4,868 25.5
2 saturation
steam
1 IP 39 3 430 400 830 1,000 750 22 23.6 4,868 25.5
3 saturation
steam
1 HP 40 3 430 400 830 1,000 750 22 23.6 4,868 25.5
4 saturation
steam
1 LP 47 3 430 400 830 1,000 750 22 23.6 4,868 25.5
5 superheat
ed steam
1 HRH 47 3 430 400 830 1,000 750 22 23.6 4,868 25.5
6 superheat
ed steam
1 HP 41 3 430 400 830 1,000 750 22 23.6 4,868 25.5
7 superheat
ed steam
1 Cooling 39 3 625 --- 625 750 750 22 23.6 4,868 25.5
8 water to
condenser
NOTE: cooler calculations are shown based on expected worst case conditions in actual operation the
pressure at the inlet of secondary coolers. will be between 1.5 to 2 kg/cm2. The cooling capacity is
calculated upon 120% sample column.
The secondary cooler calculations are based upon the assumption that the sample at the inlet will be
available at the temp. shown. This temp. is arrived at by assuming a primary cooler at sample inlet.
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Pressure Regulator :
Pressure Regulator is used to reduce the sample pressure from high pressure to
low pressure. Pressure Regulator is used for below sample pressure of 35
kg/cm2. Setting is done through the knob. Outlet pressure of the pressure
regulator must be set at 2 kg/cm2. More pressure may damage the sensors.
For pressure above 35 kg/cm2 Variable Pressure Reducing Element (VREL) is
used. This is provided to reduce the sample pressure from high pressure to low
pressure.

Temperature Switch, Pressure Switch & Soleniod Valve


To protect the transmitter and sensor from high temperature sample temperature
switch is provided with solenoid valve. When temperature or pressure exceeds
set point, Solenoid valve is actuated and sample is drawn to drain header.

Strainer
Strainer is mounted to filter the impurities less than 40 micron from sample.

Three Way Ball Valve


Three way ball valve with two inlets and one outlet, is provided. One inlet is for
controlling the cooling water to the cooler and another inlet is for cooler drain.
Direction of the knob should be selected as per the requirement. Knob for the
valve is selected to ‘COOLER WATER IN’ at the time of on-line analysis and
‘COOLER DRAIN’ for draining the water from inside the cooler.

Back Pressure/Relief Valve


The back pressure/relief valve will hold a constant 20 PSI pressure to the
analyser at all the times.

Cation Column
Cation Column is used to remove cations from the sample. This will eliminate
effect of conductivity of cations from the sample.

Flow Indicators
Flow indicators are provided both streams to measure sample flow rate.

Needle Valve
Needle valve is provided to control the flow of sample to the sensors during
sample cycle.

Gate Valve
Gate valve is provided for isolating the cooling water outlet from sample cooler.
This is useful during cooler maintenance.

Temperature Gauge
Temperature Gauge will indicate the temperature after the sample cooler. The
temperature must be below 40 Deg C.

Pressure Gauge
Pressure Gauge (0-10 kg/cm2) are provided for monitoring the pressure in the
sample line. This will indicate the actual pressure of sample.
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Analyser:

pH Analyser: Microprocessor based system with system accuracy of 0.02 pH, auto
temperature compensation, auto zero check, manual zero and span calibration,
integral indicator, automatic ultrasonic cleaner, isopotential adjustment having
flow type cells. Housing for electrode and analyser will be IP65. Output will be
isolated 4-20 mA DC linear signal. Accessories will include preamplifier, screened
junction box for electrode.

Conductivity Analyser: Microprocessor based system with an accuracy of +1


FSD, auto temperature compensation, auto calibration, zero check and integral
indicator having flow line (screwed) type cell. Housing for cell and analyser will
be weather and water proof. Output will be isolated 4-20 mA DC linear signal.

Dissolved Oxygen (DO) Analyser: Microprocessor based DO analysers with an


accuracy of + 1ppb with auto temperature compensation, auto zero and span
calibration and integral indicator. Fault diagnosis data will include faults in
analogue / digital circuits, faults in calibrated values, power supply failure and
sample failure. Housing for cell and analyser will be IP-54 or equal. Output will be
isolated 4-20 mA DC linear signal.

Silica Analyser: Microprocessor based Silica Analyser with an accuracy of ±2 ppb,


response time better than 12 minutes for 90% change, six (6) sample streams
analysis with auto zero & span calibration, ambient temperature compensation
and integral indicator. Self diagnostic features will include alarm for no reagent,
calibration fault and silica concentration low/high. Analyser housing will be
weather and water proof. Output will be isolated 4-20 m A DC linear signal.
Sequencer to handle six (6) samples and holding circuits for the measured signal
to provide continuous 4-20 mA DC signal for each sample is provided.

These analysers mounted in the Dry Panel will be kept in an air-conditioned


sampling room located in the BFP Building near HRSG area.

All necessary steam and water samples for safe and efficient operation of the
plant is taken from the following locations for each pressure level as a minimum:
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SWAS Sampling points

The various analytical instruments complete with their sampling system and
sampling racks will be provided for continuous monitoring of the quality of the
Cycle Water & Steam as per table below:

Sr Service Silica Specific Cation pH DO2 Grab


Conduct Conduct Sam
ivity ivity ple
1. HOTWELL MAKE-
UP PUMP √ √
DISCHARGE
2. CONDENSATE
EXTRACTION
√ √ √ √
PUMP
DISCHARGE
3. HRSG
FEEDPUMP
√ √
SUCTION
(HP/IP/LP)
4. FEED WATER TO
ECONOMISER √ √ √
(HP/IP/LP)
5. HRSG BLOW
DOWN √ √ √

6. HP/IP/LP
SUPERHEATED
√ √ √ √
STEAM

7. DEAERATOR
√ √ √ √
8. COOLING
WATER TO √
CONDENSER
9. HP/IP/LP
SATURATION √ √ √ √
STEAM
10. DRUM WATER
(HP/IP/LP) √ √ √
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SWAS Component Details:

ANALYSERS & SENSORS:


TAG No. Description Make Qty/Set
SCT SPECIFIC CONDUCTIVITY TRANSMITTER EMERSON 1 No.
PROCESS
MANAGEMENT
CCT/PHT CONDUCTIVITY & PH TRANSMITTER EMERSON 9 Nos.
SCT/PHT PROCESS
MANAGEMENT
DOT/PHT DISSOLVED OXYGEN & PH TRANSMITTER EMERSON 1 No.
PROCESS
MANAGEMENT
SCT/CCT SPECIFIC CONDUCTIVITY & CATION EMERSON 6 Nos.
CONDUCTIVITY TRANSMITTER PROCESS
MANAGEMENT
SCE/CCE CONDUCTIVITY SENSOR EMERSON 22 Nos.
PROCESS
MANAGEMENT
PHE PH SENSOR EMERSON 10 Nos.
PROCESS
MANAGEMENT
DOE DISSOLVED OXYGEN SENSOR EMERSON 1 No.
PROCESS
MANAGEMENT
DCCT DEGAS CATION CONDUCTIVITY SYSTEM SENTRY, USA 1 No.

DEGAS CONDUCTIVITY TRANSMITTER EMERSON


PROCESS
MANAGEMENT 1 No.

CONDUCTIVITY SENSOR EMERSON


PROCESS
MANAGEMENT 1 No.
SILICA SILICA ANALYSER EMERSON
PROCESS
MANAGEMENT 1 No.

SAMPLING SYSTEM:

TAG No. Description Make Qty/Set


PSC1-U SAMPLE COOLER WITH ‘U’ STAMP (MODEL: SENTRY, USA 4 Nos.
TLF4225U)
VREL VARIABLE PRESSURE REDUCING ELEMENT SENTRY, USA 4 Nos.

PSC9 SAMPLE COOLER (MODEL: TRB-4222) SENTRY, USA 18 Nos.

PRB/RV BACK PRESSURE REGULATOR/ RELIEF SENTRY, USA 17 Nos.


VALVE
IV31 ISOLATION VALVE, TWO WAY BALDOTA 16 Nos.
IV51 ISOLATION VALVE, TWO WAY, IBR EXCEL-HYDRO 30 Nos.
APPROVED
GV1 GLOBE VALVE TECNIK FLUID 4 Nos.
CONTROLS
TG04 TEMPERATURE GAUGE GENERAL 48 Nos.
INSTRUMENT
SFI2 SIGHT FLOW INDICATOR BALDOTA 4 Nos.
BV34 THREE WAY VALVE JVD MARKETING 4 Nos.
PR PRESSURE REGULATOR BALDOTA 14 Nos.
RV11 PRESSURE RELIEF VALVE BALDOTA 18 Nos.
STR10 STRAINER JAY-EESH 18 Nos.
GV2 GLOBE VALVE TECNIK FLUID 18 Nos.
SFIN SIGHT FLOW INDICATOR BALDOTA 18 Nos.
BV32 THREE WAY VALVE JVD 18 Nos.
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TSW5 TEMPERATURE SWITCH INDFOS 35 Nos.


PGG12 PRESSURE GAUGE GENERAL 22 Nos.
INSTRUMENT
NVD1 NEEDLE VALVE WITH DRAIN BALDOTA 43 Nos.
PSW PRESSURE SWITCH INDFOS 21 Nos.
SV109 SOLENOID VALVE ROTEX 23 Nos.
FIW11 FLOW INDICATOR WITHOUT NEEDLE PLACKA 18 Nos.
VALVE
FIW3 FLOW INDICATOR PLACKA 25 Nos.
FIW4 FLOW INDICATOR PLACKA 7 Nos.
NV11 NEEDLE VALVE BALDOTA 1 No.
BV31 THREE WAY VALVE JVD 31 Nos.
BV21 TWO WAY VALVE JVD 3 Nos.
CTN1 CATION COLUMN JVD 14 Nos.
IV ISOLATION VALVE JVD 2 Nos.
----- CHILLER ADVANCE 1 No.
COOLING
----- ALARM ANNUNCIATOR INDUSTRIAL 1 No.
INSTRUMENTS &
CONTROLS /
PROCON
SST2 STREAM SELECTOR SAMYAK 1 No.
----- AUTO CHANGEOVER SYSTEM ANURADHA 2 Nos.
ELECTRONICS
----- DRY PANEL PYROTECH 1 No.
----- WET PANEL PYROTECH 2 Nos.
QC1 QUICK CONNECTOR PERFECT ENG 17 Nos.