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(a) Storage
2. Spare Bladders

Full technical specifications can be provided for all QHP bladder compounds, these are available
on request.
If bladders are not stored correctly they will be susceptible to attack from ozone, heat or UV
light. Cracking will be visible within 12 months.

(a) Ideal conditions for storage


• Stored in a black plastic sealed bag, in a box, away from direct sunlight, heat or rotational
electrical equipment.
• Storage temperature -5°c to +10°c.
• Stored inflated using Nitrogen gas, to its natural shape.
Our technical department can advise and recommend additional storage requirements if your
conditions do not meet the above requirements.

(b) Inspection prior to use


• Remove all packaging, do not use sharp instruments.
• Inflate bladder to approximately 1.5 x normal shape.
• Visually examine all external surfaces for cracking - seams should be checked for any
deterioration.
• Immerse in water and examine for leaks or perforations.

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(b) Installation
• All accumulators should be inspected on receipt for any damage which may have
occurred during transit.
• Check all threaded parts for tightness eg protective cap, gas valve locknut, fluid port,
locking ring, bleed screw, adapters and fittings if applicable.
• Check that the maximum working pressure of the accumulator is not less than the
maximum working pressure of the system to which it is being fitted (see section (h) Markings).

Recommendations for installation


Technical data sheet SI-001 gives comprehensive recommendations for installation and is
available on request.
• All accumulators are supplied without nitrogen precharge unless a precharge pressure
is specified with the order.
• Prior to fitting to the hydraulic system all accumulators must be precharged with
nitrogen (see section (c) Commissioning and SI-002).
• It is essential that the accumulator is protected from over pressurisation. This is usually
provided by the hydraulic system relief valve, this should be set at no more than 10%
above the maximum working pressure of the accumulator. Protection of the accumulator
can also be provided by:
A relief valve located on a safety valve block on the fluid port of the accumulator.
A burst disc assembly to relieve nitrogen pressure.
A fusible plug to relieve gas pressure in event of fire.
• Accumulators perform at their most efficient in the vertical position with the gas valve
uppermost. Attitudes down to the horizontal are possible but guidance should be sought
from the Technical Department.
• Mounting should take account any possibility of loadings which may be caused by adverse
weather or seismic events.

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(b) Installation
Recommendations for installation (cont)
• Accumulators should be mounted to eliminate any movement in the event of system
pipework rupture or to create abnormal stresses on the system pipework.
• Accumulators should be protected from damage by vehicles or traffic, eg fork lift trucks.
• It will be necessary to check the gas precharge pressure at regular intervals (see (d)
Maintenance). Consideration must therefore be given to the following:
The provision of a safety valve block or isolation valve between the accumulator and
the fluid pressure line to enable isolation of the fluid pressure.
L ocation of the accumulator gas valve with regard to accidental damage and fitting of
precharging equipment.
 rovision and location of an additional warning label stating “precharge with nitrogen
P
gas at ….bar”.

QHP are able to provide a comprehensive range of mounting clamps and brackets,
safety blocks or isolation valves, burst discs and fusible plugs. See our full catalogue
or contact our Technical Department for details.

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(c) Commissioning
Important
• Use only oxygen free dry nitrogen gas.
• A
 ll accumulators are supplied without nitrogen precharge unless specified with order.
Prior to fitting to the hydraulic system all accumulators must be precharged with
nitrogen.
• C
 heck the accumulator label or marking to ensure that the maximum working pressure
of the accumulator is equal to or greater than the system working pressure.
• A
 lways use a nitrogen regulator valve when the maximum working pressure of the
accumulator is higher than the gas pressure in the nitrogen cylinder.
• T
 he precharge pressure is dependent on the operating conditions. For advice contact
our Technical Department. Note precharge pressure lower than 20% of the maximum
working pressure may cause bladder failure.
• Ensure the accumulator contains lubricating fluid prior to precharging. It is
normal practice to use system fluid for this purpose, usually 10% of the
accumulator capacity being sufficient volume.

(1) Precharging procedure:


The following procedure must be followed to ensure safe precharging of accumulators.
All precharging equipment should be supplied by QHP – see catalogue for details.
a. Remove protective cap (1) and if fitted gas valve sealing cap (2).
b. Attach nitrogen regulator (3) to nitrogen bottle (4).
c. Fit charging set assembly (5) to accumulator gas valve (6).
d. Connect changing hose (7) between nitrogen regulator (3) and charging set assembly (5).

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(c) Commissioning
(1) Precharging procedure (cont)
e. Ensure handwheel (8) on charging set (5) is fully retracted.
f. Check bleed (9) is fully closed.
g. Open nitrogen cylinder valve (10) using bottle key (11) gas pressure will be indicated
on the right hand gauge of the regulator.
h. Turn regulator handle (12) clockwise until gas pressure registers on left hand gauge.
This pressure should be 10% higher than the required precharge pressure.
i. C
 heck gas precharge pressure on charging set assembly (5). When this is equal to the
pressure on the pressure regulator close nitrogen bottle valve (10).
j. Turn handle (8) on charging set anticlockwise to seal gas valve (6).
k. Open bleed valve (9) to vent gas from charging valve (6).
l. Remove charging assembly (5) and connecting hose (7) from accumulator.
m. Check accumulator gas valve for leaks using leak detection spray or soapy water.
n. Replace sealing cap (2) and protective cap (1).
The accumulator is now ready to be put into service.
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(d) Maintenance
When a new accumulator has been in service for a short period it is necessary to check the
precharge pressure to ensure that there are no leaks.
Subsequent checks can be at 6 month intervals.

Procedure
Fit a charging set (5) without connecting hose (7) ensuring that the bleed valve (9) is closed.
Turn handwheel (8) clockwise to depress the gas valve, the reading will be indicated on the
pressure gauge. Replenish gas precharge if necessary.

If any leaks are found during this procedure contact QHP Technical Department
for advice.

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(e) Re-Certification
In the United Kingdom most accumulators fall within the requirements of the Pressure Systems
Safety Regulations 2000 (PSSR) and the Pressure Equipment Directive (PED).

Key points include:


• Requirements to determine the safe operating limits of the accumulator and records to
show that these are not exceeded by the system pressure.
• Preparation of a written scheme for accumulators above 250 bar/litres.
• Establish a maintenance procedure, carry out safety and regular examinations.
If you require assistance in ensuring that you meet the requirements of the regulation please
contact our Sales Department.

QHP operates trained accumulator re-certification centres around the UK who can
assist you on the above. Please contact our Sales Department for details.

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(f ) Servicing
(1) Accumulator disassembly
Isolation and draining

a With safety block or isolation valve


• Close isolating valve
• Open drain valve or accumulator bleed valve
• Remove accumulator from the isolation valve

b With bleed facility


• Isolate accumulator from system
• Open bleed valve and drain into a suitable receptacle
• Remove accumulator from system

SAFETY NOTE
THE ACCUMULATOR MAY ONLY BE REMOVED FROM THE SYSTEM
ONCE THE HYDRAULIC PRESSURE HAS BEEN REMOVED FROM THE
ACCUMULATOR.

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(f ) Servicing
c Exhausting precharge
• Remove protective cap and sealing cap from
gas valve assembly.
• Connect charging assembly to gas valve.
• Rotate handwheel clockwise to depress gas valve core.
• Open bleed valve to vent gas.
• Remove charging assembly from accumulator.
• Discharge rate should not exceed 1000 psi per minute.

SAFETY NOTE: IMPORTANT!


ONCE THE PRECHARGE HAS BEEN EXHAUSTED THE POPPET VALVE INSIDE
THE FLUID PORT SHOULD BE OPEN. CHECK THIS BEFORE ATTEMPTING ANY
DISSASSEMBLY - IF IN DOUBT, CONTACT OUR TECHNICAL DEPARTMENT.

d Removing the Bladder Assembly


• Unscrew gas valve locknut.
• Remove nameplate.
• Remove bleed plug (fluid end).
• Unscrew locking ring and remove.
• Push fluid port inside shell.
• Remove ‘o’ ring and backup ring.
• Slide anti-extrusion ring off the fluid port assembly.
• Fold anti-extrusion ring and remove from shell.
• Remove fluid port assembly.
• Squeeze the bladder and remove from accumulator shell.

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(f ) Servicing
(2) Accumulator Assembly

a Pre assembly inspection


• Clean all metallic components with solvent.
• Inspect the general condition of the fluid port assembly.
• Ensure smooth operation of the poppet valve.
• Inspect the bladder for visible signs of damage.
• Inspect the shell for signs of corrosion, inside and outside.
• Replace any worn or defective parts.
• Replace the following parts:
Anti extrusion ring
‘O’ ring
Back up ring

b Re fitting the Bladder Assembly


• Check ‘O’ ring is fitted to gas valve stem.
• Roll up bladder to expel air.
• Unroll bladder and lubricate the outside of the bladder and the inside of the shell with
clean system fluid.
• Attach lanyard from tool kit to bladder stem.
• Feed lanyard through large hole and out of small hole in accumulator shell.
• Feed the bladder assembly through the large hole in the accumulator shell.
DO NOT TWIST THE BLADDER.
• Using the lanyard pull the gas valve stem through the small hole in the accumulator shell.
• Fit nameplate and locknut to gas valve stem.
• Remove lanyard.
• Insert the fluid part assembly and anti extrusion ring into the accumulator shell.
• Slide the anti extrusion ring over the fluid port and pull the fluid port assembly back
through the hole in the shell.
• Fit ‘O’ ring and PTFE back up ring over fluid port and using a blunt instrument push
these into gap between the accumulator shell and fluid port.
• Fit fluid port locking ring, tighten with ‘C’ spanner in tool kit.
• Fit bleed plug and bonded seal onto fluid port.
• Fit gas valve assembly to gas valve stem.
• Precharge accumulator following instructions on section (c) Commissioning.
• Check fluid port locking ring for tightness, retighten if necessary.
• Fit protective cap to gas valve assembly.
THE ACCUMULATOR IS NOW READY FOR SERVICE
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(g) Components List


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2 5
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13

ITEM DESCRIPTION
1 Bladder Assembly
2 ‘O’ Ring
3 Gas Valve Assembly
4 Locknut
5 Protective Cap
6 Nameplate
7 Accumulator Shell
8 Fluid Port Assembly
9 Anti Extrusion Ring
10 ‘O’ Ring
11 PTFE Ring
12 Locking Ring
13 Bonded Seal
14 Bleed Plug
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(h) Markings
Nameplates

Metal labels are attached to all QHP bladder accumulator and show the following essential user
information.

• Name and address of manufacturer/supplier


• Model number
• Maximum working pressure (MWP)
• Accumulator volume
• Date of manufacture
• Warning and safety information

Essential information required by the applicable design code is permanently stamped on the
domed end of the accumulator shell.

Typically the information shown below

• Design Code • PD5500-2006 / PREN14359 / ASME V111 DIV1


• Material Code • CM / SA372
• Unique Serial Number • 12459/000/02
• Inspection Authority Stamp • LR
• Manufacturer • CHG / Faber / PT
• Supplier • QHP
• Maximum Working Pressure • MWP345 Bar
• Test Pressure • TP518 Bar
• Date Of Manufacture • 02/08
• Capacity • V.10L

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DOCUMENTATION Cover Sheet

EagleBurgmann Endüstriyel Sızdırmazlık San. ve Tic.


Ltd. Şti. İstanbul
Tel : +90 (216) 593 02 93 / 5Lines
Fax : +90 (216) 593 02 98

Object : PLAN 53B SUPPLY SYSTEM EBTR Order No : S15-03517

Drawing No : 10-SPO9050/M012-D1 Customer : EagleBurgmann Industries, LP


Customer 4500055369 // Sulzer PO
Ident Number : UG0005246 :
Order No 4500808810-6
160035-47 160035-48 160035-49
Serial No : End User : STAR Rafineri A.Ş.
160035-50
Socar Turkey Aegean Refinery
Project : Tag No: : 100G-108 A/B
(STAR) Project
Manufacturer : EagleBurgmann Endüstriyel Sızdırmazlık San. ve Tic. Ltd. Şti.

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A3-02
DOCUMENTS FOR EQUIPMENTS

Item No: 002


Equipment: Pressure Gauge
Identification No: UG0005190

EAGLEBURGMANN End. Sız. San. ve Tic. Limited Sirketi 1


All stainless steel process gauge open or solid
front Model T5500 and T6500
According EN 837-1
Nominal size 100 mm or 160 mm
Accuracy: Class 1 (EN)
FEATURES Dial: Aluminum, white background,
black figures and intervals.
 Rugged stainless steel construction Pointer: Standard: aluminum black
 Socket and case welded Optional: adjustable micro-
 Protection IP66/IP67 (NEMA 4X) meter, red set hand, maximum
pointer
 Optional ATEX approved Movement: 304/303 stainless steel
Bourdon Tube Standard: 316L stainless steel
 Usable to full scale and Socket: Optional: Monel
 Overload protection 130 % Connection
 Dry, liquid filled or liquid less Size: ¼ NPT male, ½ NPT male G ¼
B male, G ½ B male
(PLUS! gauge) Others on request
 Measuring system stainless steel or Connection
Monel Location: T5500: Lower or back
T6500: Lower only
ATEX: Conformity acc. to RL 94/9/EC
RANGES appendix X for mechanical
-1 ... 0 bar up to 0 ... 1000 bar equipment in potential hazard-
-30 in. Hg ... 0 psi up to 0 ... 15.000 psi ous areas
Optional, Marking
II 2 GD c IIC Tx
APPLICATIONS File No. 35134585 at notified
 Chemical and petrochemical industry body 0044, TÜV NORD CERT
 Machine and apparatus construction (only with safety glass or acrylic
glass)
 Food and beverage industry Weather
 Pulp and paper industry Protection: IP66: Dry case
IP67 & IP66 (NEMA 4X): Liquid
SPECIFICATIONS filled or hermetically sealed
case
Model Number: T5500, open front,
rear blowout disk Temperature: Ambient: -40 … 70 °C
T6500, solid front, -25 … 60 °C (ATEX)
rear blowout disk Medium: Max. 200°C dry
Accuracy: Standard: Class 1, 1% full scale Max. 100°C liquid filled
Optional: 0.5 % F.S. Storage: -40 … 70 °C
Dial Size: 100mm or 160mm diameter -25 … 60 °C (ATEX)
Case Material: Standard: 304 stainless steel, Effect: Max 0.4 % / 10 K
Optional: 316 stainless steel Weight in kg T5500: 0,9 -1,2 (dry)
T5500: open front,
rear blowout disk (dry/filled): 1,2 - 2,0 (liquid filled)
T6500: solid front, T6500: 0,9 -1,2 (dry)
rear blowout disk 1,2 - 2,0 (liquid filled)
Mounting: Standard: stem
Bayonet Ring: 304 stainless steel
Optional: flush or surface
316 stainless steel optional
Filling: Glycerin, Silicone, Halocarbon
Window: T5500: Standard: glass,
Others on request
Optional: laminated
safety glass or OPTIONAL FEATURES
acrylic
PLUS!™Performance: LL
T6500: Standard: laminated safety
glass Shatter Proof Glass Window: SG
Optional: acrylic Acrylic Window: PD
Set Hand: SH
Maximum Pointer: EP
Electrical Contact: see data sheet T5500-KF
Integrated pressure transducer:
see data sheet T55E

All specifications are subject to change without notice.


G1.T5500/E Rev. U 11/2015
General dimensions in mm

T5500 open front with blow out compensation plug

T6500 solid front with blow out back wall

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Order information
Size Type
System Execution Process Connection Range Engineer- Filling/Case Options
material connection orientation ing unit material
(100) T5500 (S) 316L (D) Dry (04) ½ NPT (L) Lower -1/ 0 1) (BAR) (=) Standard (NH) Tagging wired
100 mm (1.4404) male 1) -1/ 1,5 no filling
 1000 bar (L) Liquid (B) Back 1) -1/ 3 (CS) Dual scale
(Outer scale is dominant)
(160) T6500 filled (02) ¼ NPT -1/ 5 (GV) Silicone
160 mm (P) Monel male 1) -1/ 9 (DA) Dial Marking
 1000 bar -1/ 15 (GV3) Silicone
(09) 9/16-18 -1/ 24 3 cst (TU) Throttle plug stainless
UNF-2B steel
2)
Aminco 0/ 0,6 (GR) Glycerin
0/ 1 1) (6B) Cleaned for Oxygen
(13) G ¼ B 0/ 1,6 (GX) Halocar- service
(not for T5500 (open front) acc.
male 1) 0/ 2,5 bon 1) EN 837-1)
0/ 4
(14) G 3/8 B 0/ 6 (LJ) Field (6W) Cleaned free of oil and
male 1) 0/ 10 fillable grease
0/ 16 (only for
execution D) (MP) Micrometer pointer
(15) G ½ B 0/ 25
male 1) 0/ 40
(YW) Case ma- (PD) Acrylic glass
0/ 60
terial 316L
(16) M20x1,5 0/ 100 (SG) Safety glass
(1.4404)
male 1) 0/ 160
0/ 250 (BQ) Wall mounting brackets
(KQ) R½ male 0/ 400
tapered DIN 0/ 600 (FX) Front flange
2999 1) 0/ 1000
(FW) Back flange
(KN) ½" male (UF) U-clamp
straight (not for T6500)
(JIS, BSP)1)
(AJ) Calibration 0,5 % F.S.
(not for ranges < 1 bar (dry) or
(KP) 3/8" male < 4 bar (liquid filled))
straight
(JIS, BSP)1) (LL) Liquid less gauges
(Halocarbon filling not allowed)

(NZ) Liquid less gauges,


silicon free
(not for execution L)

(PR) Receiver gauge

(OS) Overload stop

(VS) Vacuum stop

(ATEX) ATEX approval

(C3) Material test report acc.


to DIN EN 10204 3.1
1)
not allowed (C4) Calibration certificate
with liquid
less (LL or
NS) option (HY) Hydrostatic test 130%
2)
not allowed
with execu- (MQ) PMI test
1)
tion L or not allowed in
1) with liquid combination with Option listing starts with “X”, followed
1)
not for type less (LL or psi and others liquid less (LL) by options separated by “=”
max. 1000 bar T6500 NS) option on request option Example: X=NH=SG=FW

Order example
Size Type System Execution Process Connection Range Engineering Filling/Case Options
material connection Orientation unit material
100 T5500 S D 15 L 0/16 BAR YW NH

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Max-Planck-Str. 1, D-52499 Baesweiler 48, Chemin des Landes Unit 17&18 William James House
P.O. Box 11 20, D-52490 Baesweiler F-69700 Montagny Cowley Road, Cambridge CB4 0WX
Tel.: +49 (0) 2401 808-0, Fax: +49 (0) 2401 808-125 Tel.: +33 (0) 9 65 32 71 31, Fax: +33 (0) 4 72 39 10 57 Tel.: +44 (0) 12 23 39 55 00, Fax: +44 (0) 12 23 39 55 01
Ashcroft® Gauges, General Information

ASH/PI-42C

BOURDON TUBE RUPTURE, PROOF AND OVER PRESSURES

For various reasons, we are often asked for Bourdon tube rupture (burst) pressures, over pressures or proof
pressures for specific ranges of Ashcroft® gauges.
Rupture or burst pressure should not be confused with over pressure or proof pressure.
ASME B40.100 definitions are as follows:
Rupture Pressure (or burst pressure)—the maximum pressure above which the pressure assembly may no
longer hold pressure.
Over Pressure—the application of pressure beyond full scale pressure.
Proof Pressure—the maximum pressure a gauge can withstand without evidence of change in accuracy.
Proof pressure may be a semi-destructive test and should not be conducted repeatedly on the same gauge.
It may be expressed as a pressure or as a percentage of full scale.
As a guide, the following should be used in determining proof pressures:
• 41⁄2˝ and larger open or solid front Bourdon tube pressure gauges per ASME B40.100-2013 (except
retard and differential gauges) ranges to 1000 psi have a proof pressure of 130% of full scale. For
ranges above 1000 psi to 15,000 psi proof pressure is 110% of full scale.
The above gauges are available with an optional overload stop (variation code XOS which increases
proof pressure an additional 20%.
When an overload stop is specified, ranges to 1000 psi have a proof pressure of 150% of full scale.
For ranges above 1000 psi to 15,000 psi proof pressure is 130% of full scale with an overload stop.
When there is a possibility of a sudden decrease in pressure, vacuum may tend to create inertia in
the pointer motion, causing it to go beyond the maximum vacuum point. This may result in
disengagement of the segment/pinion gearing. When sudden decrease in pressure are present in
the processs, a vacuum stop (variation code XVS) is an available option.
• Unigauge product, models 21⁄2˝, 31⁄2˝ 1009S and 63mm 1008S (excluding 1008A) with ranges up to
600 psi have a proof pressure of 125% of full scale. For ranges above 600 psi, the proof pressure is
110% of full scale.
• 100 mm and larger open or solid front Bourdon tube pressure gauges per EN 837-1: have a proof
pressure of 130% of full scale. When an overload stop is specified, proof pressure is 150% of full
scale.
Gauges should not operate continuously at the proof pressure limits stated. The maximum continuous
pressure a gauge should be subjected to is 75% of the gauge range as called out in ASME B40.100.
Listed below are rupture pressures for standard pressure ranges. For non-standard ranges or ranges and
tube materials not indicated, consult Stratford Customer Service.
Remember, know the reason why your customer is asking about over pressure. To give the right answer,
you need to know what he or she is asking.

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RUPTURE PRESSURES FOR 21⁄2˝ AND 31⁄2˝ 1009 AND 63MM AND 100MM 1008S
ASME B40.100 TYPE GAUGES

Range (psi) Rupture Pressure (psi)


15 700
30 1800
60 2600
100 2400
160 2000
200 3600
300 4300
400 6500
600 8500
800 18000
1000 18000
1500 19000
2000 19000
3000 20000
4000 20000
5000 21000
6000 21000
7500 25000
10000 25000
15000 29000

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RUPTURE PRESSURES FOR 41⁄2˝ AND LARGER ASME B40.100 TYPE GAUGES

Rupture Pressure (psi)


Bourdon Tube Material
P
Range (psi) A R/S Age Hard
12 750 1900 450
15 800 2000 500
30 1300 2050 1600
45 1600 2100 3600
60 2400 4700 1800
75 2500 4800 4100
100 2600 4900 4300
160 3400 2500 1900
200 3900 7500 4500
300 4000 8000 7500
400 4600 8500 7800
600 6000 12000 8000
1000 6200 7500 8200
1500 — 15000 16500
2000 — 17000 17800
3000 — 18000 21000
4000 — 20000 22000
5000 — 22000 23500
6000 — 23000 30000
10000 — 28000 33000
15000 30000 35000

135,000 psi min.


(Inconel 718)

23000 37000 37000


30000 — 40000 40000
50000
80000
100000

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Gauges and Instruments

ASH/PI-60C

PRODUCTS FOR SOUR OILFIELD APPLICATIONS (NACE MR0175/ISO 15156 - 2009) AND
SOUR PETROLEUM REFINING OPERATIONS (NACE MR0103 - 2010)
Many metals and alloys are susceptible to corrosion and stress corrosion cracking when used in
environments containing hydrogen sulfide (H2S). To prevent equipment failures and increase safety in
“sour” applications, NACE International (formerly the National Association of Corrosion Engineers) issues
several standards regarding materials selection for applications exposed to hydrogen sulfide. Using
materials selected in accordance with NACE standards MR0175/ISO 15156 and/or MR0103 reduces the
likelihood of failure due to stress corrosion cracking in sour environments.
ThE STANDARDS
MR0175 / ISO 15156 – 2009: “Materials for Use in H2S Containing Environments in Oil and Gas Production”
This document has been adopted as a worldwide standard by NACE, ANSI, and ISO. This comprehensive
standard is divided into three sections, separately addressing general requirements, ferrous alloys, and
corrosion resistant alloys as used in sour oil and gas field applications.
MR0103 – 2010: “Materials Resistant to Sulfide Corrosion Cracking in Corrosive Petroleum Refining
Environments”
This document addresses the selection of materials in oil and gas refineries. Refinery environments are
typically less severe than production environments, due to lower chloride concentrations and higher pH
levels. As a result, MR0103 tends to be less stringent than MR0175 / ISO 15156.
SCOPE OF ThE STANDARDS
MR0175 / ISO 15156 and MR0103 only consider cracking mechanisms due to exposure to H2S and do not
address general or localized corrosion. Additionally, the standards restrict the usage of many alloys by
limiting the temperature, pH, and/or composition at which these alloys may be used. It is the responsibility
of the customer to select an appropriate instrument based on these factors.
PRODUCTS COMPLIANT wITh NACE STANDARDS
A summary of NACE compliant products are listed in the table below.
PRESSURE GAUGES
All gauges with Monel wetted parts are compliant with MR0175 / ISO 15156 and MR0103.
The following Ashcroft gauge types with 316L stainless steel wetted parts are compliant with the standards:
1009 (4½” and 6” only), 1109, 1259, 1279, 1377, 1379, 2462, T5500, T6500, 1010, 1017, 1020, 1127, 1128,
and 1220. Gauges with stainless steel wetted components are limited to a maximum temperature of 158°F
(70°C)

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DIAPhRAGM SEALS
Type 100 & 200 Series, and 702/740 diaphragm seals with 304L, 316L, or Carpenter 20 Cb-3 wetted
components are compliant with MR0175 / ISO 15156 and MR0103. However, Ashcroft does not recommend
the use of these materials in excess of 140°F (60°C). Above this temperature, the diaphragm, which is quite
thin, may experience localized corrosion in the presence of chlorides.
Type 100 & 200 Series, and 702/740 diaphragm seals with Monel®, Hastelloy® C-22, or Hastelloy®
C-276 wetted parts comply with both standards without restriction.
Type 310, 400/500, and 510/511 seals with Monel® wetted parts, and Type 510/511 seals with all
Hastelloy® C-276 construction are compliant with both standards without restriction.
Instruments attached to diaphragm seals should have stainless steel or Monel® wetted components to
prevent corrosion in the event of a diaphragm failure.
LAbORATORy TESTING
An independent laboratory was commissioned to assess the suitability of Ashcroft stainless steel bourdon
tube gauges in sour environments. The gauges were pressurized to 80% of scale at a temperature of 158°F
(70°C) with a sour media as specified in MR0175/ISO 15156, table E.1, Level V. The media consisted of an
aqueous solution of H2S at a partial pressure of 100 psi (0.7 mPa), CO2 at a partial pressure of 200 psi (1.4
MPa), and a chloride concentration of 91 g/L (in the form of sodium chloride). The media was replenished
weekly. After 30 days of exposure, there was no evidence of stress corrosion cracking or other damage.
After exposure to the test media, the gauges were tested for cycle life by pressure cycling from 20% to 80%
of scale at a rate of 0.3 to 0.6 Hertz (ASME B40.1 paragraph A-2.8). The performance of the exposed gauges
was equivalent to baseline tests.
CERTIFICATION:
All products listed are compliant with the NACE standards. If a certificate of compliance with MR0175 / ISO
15156 or MR0103 is required, order option CD5.
PRECAUTIONS
Gauges and diaphragm seals shall be used in accordance with ASME B40.100 and all Ashcroft
recommendations. All restrictions on temperature, pH, and chemistry imposed by MR0175 / ISO 15156
must be observed. It is the responsibility of the customer to determine the appropriate materials of
construction based on their process variables and operational requirements.

© Ashcroft Inc. 2014


AShCROFT INC. NACE COMPLIANT PRODUCTS
Specification
Oilfields (Production) Refineries
Instrument MR0175/ISO 15156-2009 MR0103-2010
Pressure Gauges
Pressure Gauges of any type with Compliant Compliant
Monel® wetted parts
Types 1009 (41⁄2˝ and 6˝ only), 1109, 1259,
1279, 1377, 1379, 2464, T5500, T6500, 1010,
Compliant Compliant
1017, 1020, 1127, 1128, and 1220 with
316L wetted components
Pressure Gauges of any type with
Compliant Compliant
Monel® wetted parts
Type 5503 Differential Pressure Gauge
with Hastelloy® C-276 diaphragm and Compliant Compliant
housing and Teflon® gaskets
Diaphragm Seals
Type 100 & 200 Series, and 702/740 with
Compliant Compliant
304L, 316L, or Carpenter 20 Cb-3® wetted
(140°F/60°C max.)
Types 400 & 500 Series with 316L wetted
Compliant Compliant
parts (140°F/60°C max.)
Types 100 & 200 Series, and 702/740 with
Monel®, Hastelloy® C-22 or C-276 wetted Compliant Compliant
parts
Types 400 & 500 Series with Hastelloy®
Compliant Compliant
C-22 or C-276 wetted parts
Type 100 & 200 Series, and 702/740 with
Compliant Not Compliant
Tantalum wetted parts
Type 311/312 with all 316L wetted parts
Compliant Compliant
(140°F / 60°C max.)
Type 310/315, 400/500, 510/511 with all
Compliant Compliant
Monel® construction
Type 510/511 with all Hastelloy®
Compliant Compliant
C-276 construction
Switches
Type B400, B700, G, L, and P series with
all welded Monel® construction Compliant Compliant
(Specify XMA option)
Transducers
Type A2, A2X, and A4 with 316L sensor Compliant Compliant
(140°F/60°C max.)
Thermowells
316 (specify XMA option), Monel®, Compliant Compliant
or Hastelloy® C-276

© Ashcroft Inc. 2014


Installation and Maintenance
Instruction Manual
Bourdon tube pressure gauge, model T5400, T5500 and T6500
for industrial application
In the following configuration:
• ###T5400### bourdon tube pressure gauge without switching contact
• ###T5500### bourdon tube pressure gauge without switching contact
• ###T6500### bourdon tube pressure gauge acc. safety design S3 without switching contact

IM-T5500-E-Rev 0 02/2013 Page 1 of 8


P/N 095I103-01EN
Table of contents:
1 General remarks ......................................................................................................................................................... 3
1.1 Purpose of this Manual........................................................................................................................................ 3
1.2 Symbols ............................................................................................................................................................... 3
1.3 Limits of liability ................................................................................................................................................... 3
1.4 Copyright ............................................................................................................................................................. 3
1.5 Warranty .............................................................................................................................................................. 3
1.6 Manufacturer’s address, customer services........................................................................................................ 3
2 Safety.......................................................................................................................................................................... 4
2.1 General sources of hazards ................................................................................................................................ 4
2.2 Use in accordance with intended purpose .......................................................................................................... 4
2.3 Operator’s responsibility ...................................................................................................................................... 4
2.4 Staff qualifications (target group assessment) .................................................................................................... 4
2.5 Signs/Safety markings......................................................................................................................................... 4
2.6 Safety equipment ................................................................................................................................................ 4
2.7 Environmental protection..................................................................................................................................... 5
3 Technical data ............................................................................................................................................................ 5
4 Labeling on the device................................................................................................................................................ 5
5 Construction and function ........................................................................................................................................... 5
5.1 Overview.............................................................................................................................................................. 5
5.2 Description of function ......................................................................................................................................... 5
5.3 Description of components .................................................................................................................................. 5
5.4 Accessories ......................................................................................................................................................... 6
6 Transport .................................................................................................................................................................... 6
6.1 Safety .................................................................................................................................................................. 6
6.2 Transport inspection ............................................................................................................................................ 6
6.3 Storage ................................................................................................................................................................ 6
7 Assembly/Installation .................................................................................................................................................. 6
7.1 Safety .................................................................................................................................................................. 6
7.2 Preparations (requirements for the installation location) ..................................................................................... 6
7.3 Mounting/Installation ........................................................................................................................................... 6
7.4 Starting up ........................................................................................................................................................... 7
7.5 Subsequent relocation of the gauge (by the customer) ...................................................................................... 7
8 Servicing ..................................................................................................................................................................... 7
8.1 Safety .................................................................................................................................................................. 7
8.2 Check on function, and recalibration ................................................................................................................... 7
8.3 Cleaning and maintenance ................................................................................................................................. 8
9 Faults .......................................................................................................................................................................... 8
9.1 Safety .................................................................................................................................................................. 8
9.2 Conduct in the event of faults .............................................................................................................................. 8
9.3 Fault table ............................................................................................................................................................ 8
9.4 Conduct following fault rectification ..................................................................................................................... 8
10 Removal, disposal ................................................................................................................................................... 8
10.1 Safety ............................................................................................................................................................... 8

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10.2 Removal ........................................................................................................................................................... 8
10.3 Disposal ........................................................................................................................................................... 8
11 Appendix ................................................................................................................................................................. 8
11.1 Data sheet for Bourdon tube pressure gauge T5500/T6500 ........................................................................... 8

1 General remarks
1.1 Purpose of this Manual
This Operating Manual contains fundamental and essential advice to be followed for the installation, operation and
servicing of the device. It must be read without fail before assembly and start-up of the device by the fitter, the
operator and the specialist personnel responsible for the device. This Operating Manual must be available at the point
of use at all times.
The following sections about general safety information (2) and also the following specific advice regarding the
intended purposes (2.2) and through to disposal (10.3) contain important safety information which, if not followed, may
result in risks for people and animals, or to property and buildings.
1.2 Symbols
Warning!
This indicates a possibly hazardous situation where failing to follow advice may result in risks to people,
animals, the environment and buildings.
Information!
This emphasizes key information for efficient, fault-free operation.

1.3 Limits of liability


Failure to respect this safety information, the envisaged uses or the limit values relating to use indicated in the
technical data for the device may result in risk or to injury to people, the environment or the plant.
Claims for compensation for damage against the device supplier are excluded in such an eventuality.
1.4 Copyright
This Operating Manual may only be copied and passed on as a complete document without the special permission of
the publisher.
1.5 Warranty
For the product described here, we offer a warranty pursuant to Section 6 Guarantee in Respect of Defects in our
General Terms and Conditions of Delivery and Payment.
1.6 Manufacturer’s address, customer services
Ashcroft Instruments GmbH Tel.: +49 (0) 2401/808-888
Max-Planck-Strasse 1 Fax.: +49 (0) 2401/808-999
D-52499 Baesweiler. Germany E-mail: customer.service@ashcroft.com
Web: www.ashcroft.eu

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2 Safety
2.1 General sources of hazards
Pressure gauges are pressurized parts where failure can result in hazardous situations. The selection of pressure
gauge should be made in accordance with the rules set out in EN 837-2.
2.2 Use in accordance with intended purpose
The devices are only to be used for the intended purpose as described by the manufacturer.
The devices are used for direct display of overpressures, vacuum and compound pressure.
For each use scenario, the corresponding set-up regulations must be respected.
The usage in explosion risk areas is not allowed (use T5500/T6500 with ATEX approval instead).
2.3 Operator’s responsibility
Safety instructions for proper operation of the device must be respected. They are to be provided by the operator for
use by the respective personnel for installation, servicing, inspection and operation. Risks from electrical energy and
from the released energy of the medium, from escaping media and from improper connection of the device must be
eliminated. The details for this are to be found in the corresponding applicable set of regulations, such as DIN EN,
UVV (accident prevention regulations) and in sector-specific instances of use (DVWG, Ex-. GL, etc.) the VDE
guidelines and the regulations supplied by local utilities companies.
The device must be taken out of service and secured against inadvertently being restarted, if the presumption is that
risk-free operation is no longer possible (see Chapter 9: Faults).
Conversion works or other technical alterations to the device by the customer are not permitted. This also applies to
installation of spare parts. Possible conversations or alterations may only be carried out by the manufacturer.
The operational safety of the device is only guaranteed where it is used for its intended purpose. The specification of
the device must be adapted to the medium used in the plant. The limit values indicated in the technical data must not
be exceeded.
The safety information detailed in this Operating Manual, existing national regulations for accident prevention, and the
operator’s internal regulations regarding working, operations and safety must be respected.
The operator is responsible for all specified servicing, inspection and installation works being carried out by authorized
and qualified specialists.
2.4 Staff qualifications (target group assessment)
The device may only be installed and started up by specialist staff who are familiar with installation, start-up and
operation of the product.
Specialist staff are people who are able to assess the work assigned to them on the basis of their specialist training,
their knowledge and experience and their knowledge of the relevant standards, and can identify possible risks.
2.5 Signs/Safety markings
The pressure gauge and its surrounding packaging carry markings. These markings show the article number,
measurement range and manufacturer. The pressure gauge can be provided with additional signs and safety markings
advising on special conditions:
 Advice on the filling liquid
 Advice on calibration
 Safety marking pursuant to EN 837-1
 Oil-can deleted (if oxygen is used)
 Silicone-free (for use in the automotive industry)
2.6 Safety equipment
This device is fitted with a rear wall or plug capable of being blown out. For a description, please refer to Chapter
6.3.4.
The window of model T6500 uses multi-layer safety glass (for model T5400, T5500 optional).

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2.7 Environmental protection
This device may optionally contain a filling liquid (e.g. glycerin or silicone oil). The provisions set out in the REACH
regulation on production and use of chemicals are to be respected, and the relevant safety data sheets from the
manufacturers of the chemicals are available on our website for download.

3 Technical data
The detailed technical information can be found in the documents in the Appendix, Chapter 11.

4 Labeling on the device


The label with the serial number and type designation is located on the outside of the housing. The materials identifier
is encoded in the type designation.

5 Construction and function


5.1 Overview
1 Bourdon tube
2 Socket and process connection
3 Movement
4 Pointer
5 Dial
6 Window
7 Bayonet ring
8 Gasket
9 Vent valve
10 Case
11 Blow-out and compensation plug

5.2 Description of function


The sensing element, a bourdon tube (C-form or helical) that is welded to the socket, will be exposed from inside with
pressure. Under pressure the elastic tube is deflecting against the zero position. This deflection is proportional to the
adjacent pressure. The movement transfers the deflection to the pointer.
The display of the measured value is given on a 270° scale.

5.3 Description of components


5.3.1 Scale with pointer
The pressure gauge is equipped with a dial face and pointer pursuant to EN 837-1, nominal size 100 mm or 160 mm.
 Erläuter ung, z usätzlich ei n Hi nweis :

5.3.2 Instrument connection


The instrument connection is located on the bottom side (T5400, T5500 and T6500) or at the back side (T5500) of the
pressure gauge and is a threaded connection.
5.3.3 Vent valve
The vent valve for the housing is located on the top side. If the nipple is pulled out, the housing is ventilated and the
pressure which has built up in the housing due to the influence of temperature is discharged. With the valve closed,
protection class IP 66 (for T6500 dry execution IP65) is achieved.
5.3.4 Rear wall/plug with blow-out capability
The pressure gauge has a plug capable of blowing out on the rear wall of the housing (Model T5400, T5500) or a rear
wall capable of blowing out (Model T6500). These act as a safety feature pursuant to EN 837-1 and simultaneously
allow for temperature compensation for the housing, via a rubber membrane.
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5.4 Accessories
Please contact the manufacturer regarding special tools and accessories.

6 Transport
6.1 Safety
The pressure gauge should be protected against the effects of knocks and impacts. The device should only be
transported in the packaging provided, to protect against glass breakage. The device should only be transported in a
clean condition (free of residues of measuring media).
6.2 Transport inspection
The delivery must be checked for completeness and damage during transport. In the event of damage during
transport, the delivery must not be accepted, or only accepted subject to reservation of the scope of the damage being
recorded and, if necessary, a complaint initiated.
6.3 Storage
The pressure gauge must be stored in dry, clean conditions, within a temperature range of -40 to +70 °C, protected
against direct exposure to sunlight and protected against impact damage.

7 Assembly/Installation
7.1 Safety
To ensure safe working during installation and servicing, suitable shut-off valves must be installed in the plant (see 6.4
Accessories), enabling the device:
 To be depressurized or taken out of operation;
 To be disconnected from the mains supply for repair or checks within the relevant plant;
 Or to enable function tests of the device to be performed “on site”.
During the works to mount/install the gauge, the plant must be protected against being switched back on.
7.2 Preparations (requirements for the installation location)
 A check on suitability of the device for the medium to be measured, the scope of the measurement range and of
the protection against special conditions such as vibrations, pulsations and pressure spikes.
 A bracket must be installed to support the pressure gauge if the metering pipe is not able to provide adequate
support.
 Devices with a blow-out require a minimum spacing to the rear (20 mm).
 The installation location should be chosen such that the work-spaces for operating personnel are not located to
the rear of the pressure gauge.
7.3 Mounting/Installation
7.3.1 Process connection
As standard, the device is equipped for pipework mounting with a pressure connection shank pursuant to DIN EN 837-
1. The device is calibrated ex works for vertical installation.
 Connection to be undertaken by authorized and qualified specialist staff only.
 Use only with the mechanical process connection provided – regarding the configuration, see order code on the
device type label, with a matching threaded seal.
 When connecting the device, the pipes must be depressurized.
 The pressure metering pipe must be laid inclined in such a way that, for example, for measurements of fluids no
air pockets can form, and for measurements of gases no water pockets. If the necessary incline is not achieved,
then at suitable points water separators or air separators must be installed.
 The pressure metering pipe must be kept as short as possible and laid without sharp bends, to avoid the
occurrence of irritating delays.

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 With liquid measurement media, the pressurized connection pipe must be degassed, since any gas bubble
inclusions result in measurement error.
 If water is used as the measurement medium, the device must be frost-protected.

Safety notice: Only mount using the correct open-jawed wrench, and do not twist the device itself.

7.4 Starting up
The precondition for start-up is proper installation of all electrical feed lines and metering pipes. All connecting lines
must be laid such that no mechanical forces can act on the device.
Before start-up, the seal on the pressurized connection line must be checked.

7.4.1 Zero point adjustment


The pressure gauges are supplied calibrated ex works, so that as a rule there is no need for calibration works at the
installation point.
For devices with Micrometer pointer (see. order code), zero point adjustment on site is possible. For this, proceed as
follows:

 Depressurize the pressure metering pipe.


 Open the bayonet ring and remove ring and window.
 Hold the pointer in place while turning the screw, until the
pointer (after releasing again) has the correct position.
 Close the case again and pay attention to correct fit of
window, gasket and bayonet ring.

Liquid filled gauges must be demounted before the zero


point adjustment can be done (on a horizontal area to
prevent leaking).

7.5 Subsequent relocation of the gauge (by the customer)


Recommendation: Do not remove the pressure gauge from one metering point and fit it in a different place,
as there is a risk of the measuring media being mixed, with unforeseeable chemical reactions.

8 Servicing
The device is maintenance-free. However, to ensure reliable operation and a long lifetime for the device, we
recommend that it is checked regularly.
8.1 Safety
When undertaking servicing work on the device, the pressure lines must be depressurized and the plant secured
against being switched on again.
8.2 Check on function, and recalibration
The check on function and recalibration is carried out at regular intervals, depending on the application. The precise
testing cycles should be adjusted in line with the operating conditions and ambient conditions. In the event of various
device components interacting, the operating instructions for all other devices should also be taken into account.
 Check on display.
 Check on function, in conjunction with downstream components.
 Check of pressurized connection pipes for seal condition.

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8.3 Cleaning and maintenance
Cleaning is carried out using a non-aggressive cleaning agent, with the ventilation valve closed and respecting the
protection category of the device.

9 Faults
9.1 Safety
Defective or faulty pressure gauges put the operational safety and process safety of the plant at risk, and can lead to a
risk or injury to persons, the environment or the plant.
9.2 Conduct in the event of faults
All defective of faulty devices must be taken out of service. If a repair is required, the device must be sent directly to
our Repairs Department. We request that all returns of devices are agreed with our Service Department.
9.3 Fault table
Possible situations indicating a fault:

 Jerky or random movement of the pointer  Bent or loose pointer


 Pointer does not set to zero for pressure less display  Cracked window
 Indications that the measurement system seal is  Leaks when the device is filled
imperfect (discoloration to dial display or of filling liquid)  Damage to housing

In these instances, replacement of the pressure gauge is always required.


9.4 Conduct following fault rectification
See Chapter 8.3Mounting/Installation

10 Removal, disposal
10.1 Safety
Residues of measuring media in and on removed gauges can constitute a risk to people, the environment
and equipment. Adequate precautionary measures must be adopted. If necessary, the devices must be
cleaned thoroughly (see advice in safety data sheets).
10.2 Removal
 When undertaking servicing work on the device, the pressure lines must be depressurized, the electrical
connections isolated from the mains supply, and the plant secured against being switched on again.
 Demount the gauge using a suitable tool
10.3 Disposal
Please help to protect the environment and dispose of or recycle the devices and components used in
accordance with the applicable regulations.

11 Appendix
11.1 Data sheet for Bourdon tube pressure gauge T5400, T5500, T6500
Detailed data sheet is available from suppliers website (see 1.6 Manufacturer’s address, customer services)
This table refers to specific documents:
Model Description Document
T5400 Stainless steel pressure gauge model T5400 G1.T5400
T5500 Stainless steel pressure gauge model T5500 G1.T5500
T6500 Stainless steel pressure gauge Solid Front design model T6500 G1.T5500

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DOCUMENTATION Cover Sheet

EagleBurgmann Endüstriyel Sızdırmazlık San. ve Tic.


Ltd. Şti. İstanbul
Tel : +90 (216) 593 02 93 / 5Lines
Fax : +90 (216) 593 02 98

Object : PLAN 53B SUPPLY SYSTEM EBTR Order No : S15-03517

Drawing No : 10-SPO9050/M012-D1 Customer : EagleBurgmann Industries, LP


Customer 4500055369 // Sulzer PO
Ident Number : UG0005246 :
Order No 4500808810-6
160035-47 160035-48 160035-49
Serial No : End User : STAR Rafineri A.Ş.
160035-50
Socar Turkey Aegean Refinery
Project : Tag No: : 100G-108 A/B
(STAR) Project
Manufacturer : EagleBurgmann Endüstriyel Sızdırmazlık San. ve Tic. Ltd. Şti.

Ref. Remarks

A3-03
DOCUMENTS FOR EQUIPMENTS

Item No: 003


Equipment: Pressure Transmitter
Identification No: UG0005184

EAGLEBURGMANN End. Sız. San. ve Tic. Limited Sirketi 1


DOCUMENTATION Cover Sheet

EagleBurgmann Endüstriyel Sızdırmazlık San. ve Tic.


Ltd. Şti. İstanbul
Tel : +90 (216) 593 02 93 / 5Lines
Fax : +90 (216) 593 02 98

Object : PLAN 53B SUPPLY SYSTEM EBTR Order No : S15-03517

Drawing No : 10-SPO9050/M012-D1 Customer : EagleBurgmann Industries, LP


Customer 4500055369 // Sulzer PO
Ident Number : UG0005246 :
Order No 4500808810-6
160035-47 160035-48 160035-49
Serial No : End User : STAR Rafineri A.Ş.
160035-50
Socar Turkey Aegean Refinery
Project : Tag No: : 100G-108 A/B
(STAR) Project
Manufacturer : EagleBurgmann Endüstriyel Sızdırmazlık San. ve Tic. Ltd. Şti.

Ref. Remarks

A3-04
DOCUMENTS FOR EQUIPMENTS

Item No: 004


Equipment: Shut-Off Valve
Identification No: UG0005252

EAGLEBURGMANN End. Sız. San. ve Tic. Limited Sirketi 1


Overview .........................................16
Bolted Bonnet- 800 lb. &
1500 lb. valves ................................17
Bolted Bonnet- 1500 lb. &
2500 lb. valves ................................18
Welded Bonnet- 800 lb. &
1500 lb. valves ................................19
Welded Bonnet- 2500 lb. &
4500 lb. valves ................................20
Welded Bonnet (Y type)- 800 lb. &
1690 lb. valves ................................21
Welded Bonnet (Y type)- 2680 lb. &
4500 lb. valves ................................22

G LOBE V ALVES

15
OVERVIEW

GLOBE VALVES
)RUJHGVWHHORXWVLGHVFUHZ
and yoke (OS&Y), rotating
rising stem, rising handwheel.
)XOORUVWDQGDUGSRUW%ROWHGRU
welded bonnet joint. T-Pattern
or Y-Pattern. Integral back-
seat. Integral body seat.
12

11

9 5

10 8

2 3

1 4

1. BODY. The body is forged steel and designed to the basic dimensional 8. STEM. The stem is forged steel and part of the valve trim. It contains an
requirements of the applicable specifications such as API 602 and ASME integral back seat shoulder, which mates with the integral backseat of
B16.34. The body is available in both the full or standard port design. It the bonnet. The stem is designed to the basic dimensional require-
is also available in either T-pattern or Y-pattern configuration. ments of the applicable specifications such as API 602.
2. BONNET. The bonnet is forged steel, has an integral backseat and 9. GLAND AND FLANGE. The gland, gland flange assembly utilizes a
incorporates the stuffing box, which has dimensions per the applicable separate, two piece design. This self aligning design allows the flange
specifications such as API 602. to be unevenly tightened while the gland maintains its parallel align-
3. BODY-BONNET JOINT. Two different bonnet joint designs are available. ment with the stem and stuffing box.
These are either the bolted bonnet or the threaded and seal welded type. 10. GLAND BOLTS AND NUTS. The steel/stainless steel gland bolt and
4. GASKET. The bolted bonnet joint design valve uses a contained, con- nut assembly is a stud, double nut arrangement. This design allows
trolled compression, spiral wound type gasket. complete removal from the valve when service is required. The use of
5. BONNET BOLTING. The bonnet bolting is manufactured of alloy steel in industry standard thread full length studs and nuts also allows easy
accordance with the requirements of the applicable specifications such replacement should these items be lost or in need of replacement.
as API 602 and ASME B16.34. 11. YOKE SLEEVE. The yoke sleeve is of forged stainless steel material
6. SEAT. The body seat is an integral weld overlay and is part having a high melting point and is resistant to wear and corrosion.
of the valve trim. 12. HANDWHEEL. The handwheel is forged carbon steel of an open
7. DISC. The disc is forged steel and is part of the valve trim. The disc spoke design. This robust construction along with appropriate sizing
seating surface is of the tapered or plug type design. The disc is attached allows for ease of operation.
to the stem using a loose or swivel disc arrangement.

16
GLOBE VALVES- BOLTED BONNET- FULL & STANDARD PORT

800 LB.
1500 LB.

Design construction:
ASME B16.34 - BS 5352
Testing according to API 598
Marking MSS SP25
Outside Screw and Yoke (OS&Y)
Self aligning two piece packing gland
Spiral-wound gasket
Integral backseat
Loose solid disc
Socket Weld Ends to ASME B16.11
Screwed Ends (NPT) to ASME B1.20.1
Butt Welding Ends to ASME B16.25
Ratings:
- carbon steel class 800 1975 psig @ 100°F
138 bar + 38°C
- carbon steel class 1500 3705 psig @ 100°F
255 bar + 38°C

FULL PORT – FIG. H 30 STANDARD PORT – FIG. HL 30


SIZE inch 1/4 3/8 1/2 3/4 1 1 1/4 1 1/2 2 SIZE inch 1/2 3/4 1 1 1/2 2
mm 6 10 15 20 25 32 40 50 mm 15 20 25 40 50
A inch 3.15 3.15 3.54 4.33 5 6 7.09 8.27 A inch 3.15 3.54 4.33 6 7.09
mm 80 80 90 110 127 150 180 210 mm 80 90 110 150 180
B open inch 6.54 6.54 6.73 8.39 9.72 10.16 11.81 14.76 B open inch 6.54 6.73 8.39 10.16 11.81
mm 166 166 171 213 247 258 300 375 mm 166 171 213 258 300
800 LB.

800 LB.

C inch 3.46 3.46 3.46 3.82 5.43 5.43 6.77 6.77 C inch 3.46 3.46 3.82 5.43 6.77
mm 88 88 88 97 138 138 172 172 mm 88 88 97 138 172
F inch .28 .35 .51 .69 .89 1.16 1.38 1.79 F inch .35 .51 .69 1.16 1.38
mm 7 9 13 17,5 22,5 29,5 35 45,5 mm 9 13 17,5 29,5 35
G inch 1.26 1.26 1.5 1.89 2.20 2.52 3.07 3.35 G inch 1.26 1.5 1.89 2.52 3.07
mm 32 32 38 48 56 64 78 85 mm 32 38 48 64 78
Weight lb. 4.75 4.75 5.25 8.25 13.25 16.75 27.5 43.25 Weight lb. 4.5 5 8 16.25 26.25
kg 2,2 2,2 2,4 3,8 6,1 7,6 12,5 19,6 kg 2,1 2,3 3,7 7,4 11,9
PACKING BH3 BH3 BH3 BH5 BY5 BY5 BY7 BH8 PACKING BH3 BH3 BH5 BY5 BY7
GASKET G2 G2 G2 G3 G4 G6 G7 G9 GASKET G2 G2 G3 G6 G7

FULL PORT – FIG. 9H 30 STANDARD PORT – FIG. 9HL 30


SIZE inch 1/4 3/8 1/2 3/4 1 1 1/4 1 1/2 2 SIZE inch 1/2 3/4 1 1 1/2 2
mm 6 10 15 20 25 32 40 50 mm 15 20 25 40 50
A inch 3.54 3.54 4.33 5 6 7.09 8.27 9.06 A inch 3.54 4.33 5 7.09 8.27
mm 90 90 110 127 150 180 210 230 mm 90 110 127 180 210
B open inch 6.54 6.54 8.27 9.72 10.08 11.81 14.76 16.85 B open inch 6.54 8.27 9.84 11.81 14.76
mm 166 166 210 247 256 300 375 428 mm 166 210 250 300 375
1500 LB.

1500 LB.

C inch 3.46 3.46 3.82 5.43 5.43 6.77 6.77 9.21 C inch 3.46 3.82 5.43 6.77 6.77
mm 88 88 97 138 138 172 172 234 mm 88 97 138 172 172
F inch .28 .35 .47 .59 .79 1.06 1.26 1.57 F inch .35 .47 .59 1.06 1.26
mm 7 9 12 15 20 27 32 40 mm 9 12 15 27 32
G inch 1.5 1.5 1.89 2.20 2.52 3.07 3.35 3.74 G inch 1.5 1.89 2.20 3.07 3.35
mm 38 38 48 56 64 78 85 95 mm 38 48 56 78 85
Weight lb. 5.75 5.75 9.25 14.25 18.75 27.5 49 79.25 Weight lb. 5.25 8.75 14.25 28.5 48.5
kg 2,6 2,6 4,2 6,5 8,5 12,5 22,3 36 kg 2,4 4 6,5 13 22
PACKING BH3 BH3 BH5 2B4 2B4 2B5 BH8 9B8 PACKING BH3 BH5 2B4 2B5 BH8
GASKET G1 G1 G2 G3 G4 G5 G7 G8 GASKET G1 G2 G3 G5 G7
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GLOBE VALVES- BOLTED BONNET- FULL PORT

1500 LB.
2500 LB.

Design construction:
ASME B16.34 - BS 5352
Testing according to API 598
Marking MSS SP55
Outside Screw and Yoke (OS&Y)
Self aligning two piece packing gland
Integral backseat
Oval ring joint gasket
Loose solid disc
Socket Weld Ends to ASME B16.11
Screwed Ends (NPT) to ASME B1.20.1
Butt Welding Ends to ASME B16.25
Ratings standard class:
- carbon steel class 1500 3705 psig @ 100°F
255 bar + 38°C
- carbon steel class 2500 6170 psig @ 100°F
425 bar + 38°C

FULL PORT – FIG. 9HR 30


SIZE inch 1/2 3/4 1 1 1/2 2
mm 15 20 25 40 50
A inch 4.33 5.91 5.91 8.27 9.06
mm 110 150 150 210 230
B open inch 9.53 12.20 12.20 14.57 18.31
mm 242 310 310 370 465
1500 LB.

C inch 5.43 5.43 5.43 6.77 9.21


mm 138 138 138 172 234
F inch .47 .59 .75 1.26 1.57
mm 12 15 19 32 40
G inch 1.5 2.17 2.17 2.95 3.74
mm 38 55 55 75 95
Weight lb. 11 22 22 46.25 79.25
kg 5 10 10 21 36
PACKING 2B3 2B4 2B4 2B5 2B8
GASKET R12 R17 R17 R20 R24

FULL PORT – FIG. 25HR 30


SIZE inch 1/2 3/4 1 1 1/2 2
mm 15 20 25 40 50
A inch 5.91 5.91 8.27 9.06 9.06
mm 150 150 210 230 230
B open inch 11.97 11.97 14.25 17.17 17.17
mm 304 304 362 436 436
2500 LB.

C inch 5.43 5.43 5.43 9.21 9.21


mm 138 138 138 234 234
F inch .43 .57 .75 1.10 1.5
mm 11 14,5 19 28 38
G inch 2.17 2.17 2.95 3.74 3.74
mm 55 55 75 95 95
Weight lb. 22 22 48.5 83.75 83.75
kg 10 10 22 38 38
PACKING 2B4 2B4 BH8 2B8 4B8
GASKET R16 R16 R17 R20 R20
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GLOBE VALVES- WELDED BONNET- FULL & STANDARD PORT

800 LB.
1500 LB.

Design construction:
ASME B16.34 - BS 5352
Testing according to API 598
Marking MSS SP25
Outside Screw and Yoke (OS&Y)
Self aligning two piece packing gland
Integral backseat
Body bonnet weld to ASME IX
Loose solid disc
Socket Weld Ends to ASME B16.11
Screwed Ends (NPT) to ASME B1.20.1
Butt Welding Ends to ASME B16.25
Ratings:
- carbon steel class 800 1975 psig @ 100°F
138 bar + 38°C
- carbon steel class 1500 3705 psig @ 100°F
255 bar + 38°C

FULL PORT – FIG. W 30 STANDARD PORT – FIG. WL 30


SIZE inch 1/4 3/8 1/2 3/4 1 1 1/4 1 1/2 2 SIZE inch 1/2 3/4 1 1 1/2 2
mm 6 10 15 20 25 32 40 50 mm 15 20 25 40 50
A inch 3.15 3.15 3.54 4.33 5 5.91 7.09 8.27 A inch 3.15 3.54 4.33 5.91 7.09
mm 80 80 90 110 127 150 180 210 mm 80 90 110 150 180
B open inch 6.54 6.54 6.73 8.39 9.72 10.12 11.81 14.76 B open inch 6.54 6.73 8.39 10.12 11.81
800 LB.

800 LB.

mm 166 166 171 213 247 258 300 375 mm 166 171 213 258 300
C inch 3.46 3.46 3.46 3.82 5.43 5.43 6.77 6.77 C inch 3.46 3.46 3.82 5.43 6.77
mm 88 88 88 97 138 138 172 172 mm 88 88 97 138 172
F inch .28 .35 .51 .69 .89 1.16 1.38 1.77 F inch .35 .51 .69 1.16 1.38
mm 7 9 13 17,5 22,5 29,5 35 45 mm 9 13 17,5 29,5 35
G inch 1.26 1.26 1.5 1.89 2.20 2.52 3.07 3.35 G inch 1.26 1.5 1.89 2.52 3.07
mm 32 32 38 48 56 64 78 85 mm 32 38 48 64 78
Weight lb. 3.75 3.75 4.25 6.5 11 14.75 24.25 36.25 Weight lb. 3.75 4.25 6.5 14.5 22.75
kg 1,7 1,8 2 3 5 6,8 11 16,5 kg 1,7 2 3 6,6 10,4
PACKING BH3 BH3 BH3 BH5 BY5 BY5 BY7 BH8 PACKING BH3 BH3 BH5 BY5 BY7

FULL PORT – FIG. 9W 30 STANDARD PORT – FIG. 9WL 30


SIZE inch 1/4 3/8 1/2 3/4 1 1 1/4 1 1/2 2 SIZE inch 1/2 3/4 1 1 1/2 2
mm 6 10 15 20 25 32 40 50 mm 15 20 25 40 50
A inch 3.54 3.54 4.33 5 5.91 7.09 8.27 9.06 A inch 3.54 4.33 5 7.09 8.27
mm 90 90 110 127 150 180 210 230 mm 90 110 127 180 210
B open inch 6.54 6.54 8.27 9.72 10.08 11.81 14.76 16.85 B open inch 6.54 8.27 9.72 11.81 14.76
1500 LB.

1500 LB.

mm 166 166 210 247 256 300 375 428 mm 166 210 247 300 375
C inch 3.46 3.46 3.82 5.43 5.43 6.77 6.77 9.21 C inch 3.46 3.82 5.43 6.77 6.77
mm 88 88 97 138 138 172 172 234 mm 88 97 138 172 172
F inch .28 .35 .47 .59 .79 1.06 1.26 1.57 F inch .35 .47 .59 1.06 1.26
mm 7 9 12 15 20 27 32 40 mm 9 12 15 27 32
G inch 1.5 1.5 1.89 2.20 2.52 3.07 3.35 3.74 G inch 1.5 1.89 2.20 3.07 3.35
mm 38 38 48 56 64 78 85 95 mm 38 48 56 78 85
Weight lb. 4.75 4.75 7.75 12 16.75 22 44 66 Weight lb. 4.25 7.75 12 26.25 41.75
kg 2,2 2,2 3,5 5,5 7,6 10 20 30 kg 2 3,5 5,5 12 19
PACKING BH3 BH3 BH5 2B4 2B4 2B5 BH8 2B8 PACKING BH3 BH5 2B4 2B5 BH8
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GLOBE VALVES- WELDED BONNET- FULL PORT

2500 LTD.
4500 LTD.

Design construction:
ASME B16.34 Limited Class
SEAL WELD
Testing according to API 598
Marking MSS SP25
Outside Screw and Yoke (OS&Y)
Self aligning two piece packing gland
Integral backseat
Body bonnet weld to ASME IX
Loose solid disc
Socket Weld Ends to ASME B16.11
Screwed Ends (NPT) to ASME B1.20.1
Butt Welding Ends to ASME B16.25
Ratings standard class:
- carbon steel class 2500 6250 psig @ 100°F
431 bar + 38°C
- carbon steel class 4500 11250 psig @ 100°F
776 bar + 38°C

FULL PORT – FIG. 25W 30


SIZE inch 1/4 3/8 1/2 3/4 1 1 1/4 1 1/2 2
mm 6 10 15 20 25 32 40 50
A inch 4.33 4.33 5 5.91 7.09 7.09 8.27 9.06
mm 110 110 127 150 180 180 210 230
B open inch 7.48 7.48 8.9 9.72 11.34 11.34 14.17 16.54
2500 LTD.

mm 190 190 226 247 288 288 360 420


C inch 3.46 3.46 5.43 5.43 5.43 5.43 6.77 9.21
mm 88 88 138 138 138 138 172 234
F inch .28 .35 .43 .57 .75 .87 1.10 1.38
mm 7 9 11 14,5 19 22 28 35
G inch 1.89 1.89 2.20 2.52 3.07 3.07 3.35 3.74
mm 48 48 56 64 78 78 85 95
Weight lb. 9.75 10.25 12 17.5 28.5 28.5 43.5 66
kg 4,5 4,7 5,5 8 13 13 19,8 30
PACKING BH4 BH4 2B3 2B4 2B5 2B5 2B5 2B8

FULL PORT – FIG. 45W 30


SIZE inch 1/4 3/8 1/2 3/4 1 1 1/2 2
mm 6 10 15 20 25 40 50
A inch 5 5 5 7.09 7.09 9.06 9.06
mm 127 127 127 180 180 230 230
B open inch 9.06 9.06 9.25 11.81 11.81 14.57 15.75
4500 LTD.

mm 230 230 235 300 300 370 400


C inch 5.43 5.43 5.43 6.77 6.77 9.21 15.75
mm 138 138 138 172 172 234 400
F inch .28 .28 .31 .43 .55 .98 1.26
mm 7 7 8 11 14 25 32
G inch 2.20 2.20 2.20 3.07 3.07 3.74 4.72
mm 56 56 56 78 78 95 120
Weight lb. 14.25 14.25 14.25 33 33 55 66
kg 6,5 6,5 6,5 15 15 25 30
PACKING 2B3 2B3 2B3 4B5 4B5 2B8 4B8
Available with Socket Weld or Butt-Weld Ends only.
Materials and trim specifications Page 91
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GLOBE VALVES- WELDED BONNET- FULL PORT (Y TYPE)

800 LTD.
1690 LTD.

Design construction:
ASME B16.34 Limited Class
Testing according to API 598
Marking MSS SP25
Outside Screw and Yoke (OS&Y)
Self aligning two piece packing gland
Integral backseat
Body bonnet weld to ASME IX
Loose solid disc
Socket Weld Ends to ASME B16.11
Screwed Ends (NPT) to ASME B1.20.1 SEAL WELD
Butt Welding Ends to ASME B16.25
Ratings:
- carbon steel class 800 2000 psig @ 100°F
138 bar + 38°C
- carbon steel class 1690 4225 psig @ 100°F
291 bar + 38°C

FULL PORT – FIG. Y 30


SIZE inch 1/4 3/8 1/2 3/4 1 1 1/4 1 1/2 2
mm 6 10 15 20 25 32 40 50
A inch 3.35 3.35 3.35 4.13 4.72 6.5 6.5 7.48
mm 85 85 85 105 120 165 165 190
B open inch 6.85 6.85 6.85 8.46 10.04 10.04 12.52 14.76
800 LTD.

mm 174 174 174 215 255 255 318 375


C inch 3.46 3.46 3.46 3.82 5.43 6.77 6.77 6.77
mm 88 88 88 97 138 172 172 172
F inch .28 .35 .51 .69 .89 1.38 1.38 1.77
mm 7 9 13 17,5 22,5 35 35 45
G inch 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.89 2.20 3.07 3.07 3.35
mm 38 38 38 48 56 78 78 85
Weight lb. 4.25 4.25 4.25 7.25 11 24.25 24.25 33
kg 2 2 2 3,3 5 11 11 15
PACKING BH3 BH3 BH3 BH5 BY5 BY7 BY7 BH8

FULL PORT – FIG. 1690Y 30


SIZE inch 1/4 3/8 1/2 3/4 1 1 1/4 1 1/2 2
mm 6 10 15 20 25 32 40 50
A inch 3.35 3.35 4.13 4.72 6.5 6.5 7.48 8.66
mm 85 85 105 120 165 165 190 220
B open inch 6.89 6.89 8.46 10.04 11.02 12.40 14.96 17.72
1690 LTD.

mm 175 175 215 255 280 315 380 450


C inch 3.46 3.46 3.82 5.43 5.43 6.77 6.77 9.21
mm 88 88 97 138 138 172 172 234
F inch .28 .35 .47 .59 .79 1.06 1.26 1.57
mm 7 9 12 15 20 27 32 40
G inch 1.5 1.5 1.89 2.20 3.07 3.07 3.35 3.74
mm 38 38 48 56 78 78 85 95
Weight lb. 4.25 4.25 7.75 11.5 24.25 24.25 36.25 57.25
kg 2 2 3,5 5,3 11 11 16,5 26
PACKING BH3 BH3 BH5 2B4 2B4 BY7 BH8 2B8
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GLOBE VALVES- WELDED BONNET- FULL PORT (Y TYPE)

2680 LTD.
4500 LTD.

Design construction:
ASME B16.34 Limited Class
Testing according to API 598
Marking MSS SP25
Outside Screw and Yoke (OS&Y)
Self aligning two piece packing gland
Integral backseat
Body bonnet weld to ASME IX
Loose solid disc
Socket Weld Ends to ASME B16.11
Screwed Ends (NPT) to ASME B1.20.1 SEAL WELD
Butt Welding Ends to ASME B16.25
Ratings:
- carbon steel class 2680 6700 psig @ 100°F
462 bar + 38°C
- carbon steel class 4500 11250 psig @ 100°F
776 bar + 38°C

FULL PORT – FIG. 2680Y 30


SIZE inch 1/4 3/8 1/2 3/4 1 1 1/2 2
mm 6 10 15 20 25 40 50
A inch 4.13 4.13 4.72 6.5 6.5 7.48 8.66
mm 105 105 120 165 165 190 220
B open inch 8.66 8.66 9.45 10.83 12.20 14.17 17.32
2680 LTD.

mm 220 220 240 275 310 360 440


C inch 3.46 3.46 5.43 5.43 5.43 6.77 9.21
mm 88 88 138 138 138 172 234
F inch .28 .35 .43 .57 .75 1.10 1.38
mm 7 9 11 14,5 19 28 35
G inch 1.89 1.89 2.20 3.07 3.07 3.35 3.74
mm 48 48 56 78 78 85 95
Weight lb. 7.75 7.75 11 25.25 27.5 37.25 67
kg 3,5 3,5 5 11,5 12,5 17 30
PACKING BH4 BH4 2B3 2B4 2B5 2B5 2B8
Note: Thread End Valves are limited to ASME B16.34, 2500 Pressure Class.

FULL PORT – FIG. 45Y 30


SIZE inch 1/4 3/8 1/2 3/4 1 1 1/2 2
mm 6 10 15 20 25 40 50
A inch 4.72 4.72 4.72 6.5 6.5 8.66 9.06
mm 120 120 120 165 165 220 230
B open inch 9.45 9.45 9.65 12.01 12.20 16.54 17.72
4500 LTD.

mm 240 240 245 305 310 420 450


C inch 5.43 5.43 5.43 6.77 6.77 9.21 15.75
mm 138 138 138 172 172 234 400
F inch .28 .28 .31 .43 .55 .98 1.26
mm 7 7 8 11 14 25 32
G inch 2.20 2.20 2.20 3.07 3.07 3.74 4.72
mm 56 56 56 78 78 95 120
Weight lb. 12 12 12.25 30.75 30.75 61.75 70.5
kg 5,5 5,5 5,6 14 14 28 32
PACKING 2B3 2B3 2B3 2B4A 4B5 2B8 4B8
Available with Socket Weld or Butt-Weld Ends only.
Materials and trim specifications Page 91
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DOCUMENTATION Cover Sheet

EagleBurgmann Endüstriyel Sızdırmazlık San. ve Tic.


Ltd. Şti. İstanbul
Tel : +90 (216) 593 02 93 / 5Lines
Fax : +90 (216) 593 02 98

Object : PLAN 53B SUPPLY SYSTEM EBTR Order No : S15-03517

Drawing No : 10-SPO9050/M012-D1 Customer : EagleBurgmann Industries, LP


Customer 4500055369 // Sulzer PO
Ident Number : UG0005246 :
Order No 4500808810-6
160035-47 160035-48 160035-49
Serial No : End User : STAR Rafineri A.Ş.
160035-50
Socar Turkey Aegean Refinery
Project : Tag No: : 100G-108 A/B
(STAR) Project
Manufacturer : EagleBurgmann Endüstriyel Sızdırmazlık San. ve Tic. Ltd. Şti.

Ref. Remarks

A3-05
DOCUMENTS FOR EQUIPMENTS

Item No: 005


Equipment: Gauge Shut-Off Valve
Identification No: UG0005198

EAGLEBURGMANN End. Sız. San. ve Tic. Limited Sirketi 1


DOCUMENTATION Cover Sheet

EagleBurgmann Endüstriyel Sızdırmazlık San. ve Tic.


Ltd. Şti. İstanbul
Tel : +90 (216) 593 02 93 / 5Lines
Fax : +90 (216) 593 02 98

Object : PLAN 53B SUPPLY SYSTEM EBTR Order No : S15-03517

Drawing No : 10-SPO9050/M012-D1 Customer : EagleBurgmann Industries, LP


Customer 4500055369 // Sulzer PO
Ident Number : UG0005246 :
Order No 4500808810-6
160035-47 160035-48 160035-49
Serial No : End User : STAR Rafineri A.Ş.
160035-50
Socar Turkey Aegean Refinery
Project : Tag No: : 100G-108 A/B
(STAR) Project
Manufacturer : EagleBurgmann Endüstriyel Sızdırmazlık San. ve Tic. Ltd. Şti.

Ref. Remarks

A3-06
DOCUMENTS FOR EQUIPMENTS

Item No: 006


Equipment: Heat Exchanger
Identification No: UG0005199

EAGLEBURGMANN End. Sız. San. ve Tic. Limited Sirketi 1