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SPECIFICATION NO. MEC/S/05/62/07A
(PROCESS & PIPELINE DESIGN SECTION)
DELHI - 110 092
CONTENTS Sl. No. 1.0 2.0 3.0 4.0 5.0 6.0 7.0 7.1 Page No. GENERAL 3 SCOPE 3 CODES & STANDARDS 4 EQUIPMENT 5 SURFACE PREPARATION 6 PAINT MATERIALS 16 PAINTING SYSTEMS 21 PRE-ERECTION/ PRE-FABRICATION AND SHOP PRIMING FOR 23 CARBON STEEL, LOW TEMPERATURE CARBON STEEL & LOW ALLOY STEEL, STEEL STRUCTURES, PIPING AND EQUIPMENT ETC. REPAIR OF PRE-ERECTION/ FABRICATION AND SHOP PRIMING 23 AFTER ERECTION/ WELDING FOR CARBON STEEL, LOW TEMPERATURE CARBON STEEL & LOW ALLOY STEEL, ITEMS IN ALL ENVIRONMENTS. FIELD PAINT SYSTEM FOR NORMAL CORROSIVE 24 ENVIRONMENT (FOR CARBON STEEL, LOW TEMPERATURE CARBON STEEL & LOW ALLOY STEEL) FIELD PAINT SYSTEM FOR CORROSIVE ENVIRONMENT (FOR 25 CARBON STEEL, LOW TEMPRETURE CARBON STEEL AND LOW ALLOY STEEL) FIELD PAINT SYSTEM FOR HIGHLY CORROSIVE AREA (FOR 26 CARBON STEEL, LOW ALLOY STEEL) EXTERNAL SURFACE OF UNINSULATED COLUMNS, VESSELS, HEAT EXCHANGERS, BLOERS, PIPING, PUMPS, TOWERS, COMPRESSORS, FLARE LINES, STRUCTURAL STEEL ETC. FIELD PAINT SYSTEM FOR CARBON STEEL STORAGE TANKS 27 (EXTERNAL) FOR ALL ENVIRONMENTS FIELD PAINT SYSTEM FOR CARBON STEEL AND LOW ALLOY 28 STEEL STORAGE TANK (INTERNAL) COATING SYSTEM FOR EXTRNAL SIDE OF UNDERGROUND 29 CARBON STEEL, PLANT PIPING AND TANKS. PAINTING UNDER INSULATION FOR (HOT, COLD & SAFETY) 30 CARBON STEEL LOW TEMPERATURE CARBON STEEL & STAINLESS STEEL PIPING AND EQUIPMENT IN ALL ENVIRONMENT INTERNAL PROTECTION OF CARBON STEEL WATER BOXES 31 AND TUBE SHEETS OF COOLERS/ CONDENSERS. FIELD PAINTING SYSTEM FOR GI TOWERS/ NON-FERROUS 31 TUBE SHEET STORAGE 32 COLOURS CODE FOR PIPING 32 Description
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IDENTIFICATION OF VESSELS, PIPING ETC. PAINTING FOR CIVIL DEFENCE REQUIREMENTS INSPECTION AND TESTING GUARANTEE QUALIFICATION CRITERIA O PAINTING CONTRACTOR. PROCEDURE FOR APPROVAL OF NEW MANUFACTURERS. ANNEXURE-I- LIST OF RECOMMENDED MANUFACTURES 40 ANNEXURE-II- LIST OF RECOMMENDED MANUFACTURE’S 41-46 PRODUCTS.
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S. All structural steel work. structural steel supports. pre-erection and field painting. ducts and stacks. machinery. ducts. All uninsulated carbon and low alloy piping fitting and valves (including painting of identification marks).0 SCOPE Scope of work covered in the specification shall include.2. handrails. c.1 This specification defines the requirements for surface preparation. Wherever it is stated in the specification that a specific material is to be supplied or a specific work is to be done it shall be deemed that the same shall be supplied or carried out by the contractor. pipe. & A. platforms etc. All uninsulated C. vessels. vessels. piping. walkways. e. a.2 2. steels structures. S.1 b. Any deviation from this standard without within deviation permit from appropriate authority will result in rejection to job.2 2. external & internal protection of storage tanks for all services RCC Chimney & MS Chimney with or without refractory lining and flare lines etc. pumps. d. compressors. and without prejudice to the various codes of practice. storage tanks. electrical panels and motors etc. Page 1 of 49 . drums. selection and application of paint on external surfaces of equipment. ladders. RCC/ MS chimneys with or without refractory lining & Flare lines. 1. but not limited to the following. Extent of Works The following surface and materials shall require shop. it is understood that contractor shall complete the work in all respects with the best quality of materials and workmanship and in accordance with the best engineering practice and instructions of Engineer-in-charge. 2. equipment like columns. heat exchangers.1. All items contained in a package unit as necessary. 2. standard specifications etc.1 GENERAL These technical specifications shall be applicable for the work covered by the contract. furnace.0 1.
Non ferrous materials like aluminium. k. Supply of all primers. b. I. only after mechanical Page 2 of 49 . Marking/ identification signs on painted surfaces of equipment/ piping for hazardous service. 2.3. galvanised. Plastic and/ or plastic coated materials. h. Bill of quantities for piping. SS and non-ferrous piping. Over insulation surface of equipments and pipes wherever required. equipment. 2. Towers. Uninsulated austentic stainless steel. SS and non-ferrous piping. c. j.f. Painting specifications including special civil defence requirement. galvanised.2. Identification lettering/ numbering on all painted surface of equipment/ piping insulated aluminium clad.2 The following surface and materials shall not be painted unless otherwise specified: a. machinery and structure etc. except G.4 Unless otherwise instructed final painting on pre-erection/ shop primed pipes and equipments shall be painted in the field. Identification colour bands on all piping as required including insulated aluminium clad. “gratings” and “handrails” etc. a. Painting under insulation for carbon steel and stainless steel as specified. g. 2. b.3 2. l.1 Documents The contractor shall perform the work in accordance with the following documents issued to him for executions of work. Repair work of damaged/ preerection/ fabrication shop primer and weld joints at field. paints and all other materials required for painting other than owner’s supply. c. i. Piping line list. galvanised “piping”.
S.2. 3. This standard contains photographs of the various standards on four different degrees of rusted steel and as such is preferable for inspection purpose by the Engineer-in-Charge. Scheme for Identification of piping Systems : American National Standard Institution.5 Changes and deviations required for any specific job due to clients requirement or otherwise shall be referred to EIL for deviation permit.S.4 British standard (surface finish or Blast-cleaned for painting) BS:4232 National Associations of Corrosion Engineers. IS:5 IS-101 : : Colour coding Methods of test for ready mixed paint and enamels. 2.1 IS-2379:1990 : ASTM : ASA A 13.2.2. CODES & STANDARDS Without prejudice to the provision of clause 1.2. Indian standard for pipe line Identification –Colour code.A (surface preparations 3. American standard test methods for Paints and coatings.2 Steel structure painting specifications (SSPC-SP). U.1 above and the detailed specifications of the contract. the following codes and standards shall be followed for the work covered by this contract. Council. 3. (NACE) Page 3 of 49 . U.1 Swedish Standard : SIS-05 5900-1967/ ISO-8501-1-1998 (Surface preparation standards for painting steel surfaces).3 3. after completion of steam purging wherever required.2 Surface Preparation Standards: Following standards shall be followed for surface preparations: 3.A.completion and testing on system are completed as well as.0 3.1-1981 : 3.
Proper surface preparation contributes more to the success of the paint protective system: a. Mechanical mixing shall be used for paint mixing operations in case of two pack systems except that the Engineer-in-Charge may allow the hand mixing of small quantities at his discretion. rollers. abrasive materials hand/ power tools for leaning and all equipments. water blasting equipments & air compressors etc. c. Mixing and thinning. at his own cost. required to be used shall be suitable for the work and all in good order and shall be arranged by the contractor at site and in sufficient quantity. 4. The paint manufacturer’s instructions shall be followed as far as practicable at all times. c. Surface preparations prior to painting. shot/ wet abrassive blasting. Manual or hand tools cleaning. Adhesion of the paint film to surface depends largely on the degree of cleanliness of the metal surface. 3. SHOP COAT. 5. scaffolding materials.1. one or more of following methods of surface preparation shall be followed. b. Mechanical or power tool cleaning. 5. Instructions for storage to avoid exposure as well as extremes of temperature. Blast cleaning. depending on condition of steel surface and as instructed by Engineer-in-Charge.5 Various International Standards equivalent to swedish Standard for surface preparation are given in Table-I. spray guns. Particular attention shall be paid to the following: a. d. COATING APPLICATION & REPAIR AND DOCUMENTATION General In order to achive the maximum durability. to keep a set of latest edition of any one of the above standards and codes at site.1 5. The contractor shall arrange.4 b.0 4. Application of paints and the recommended limit on time intervals between coats.3 3.1 Page 4 of 49 .3.1 EQUIPMENT All tools.2. brushes.0 SURFACE PREPARATION.
In general.3 Blast cleaning shall not be performed where dust can contaminate surfaces undergoing such cleaning or during humid weather conditions having humidity exceeding 85%. as may be required.1. Cm2 at appropriate distance and angle depending on nozzle size maintaining constant velocity and pressure. The minimum acceptable standard in case of manual or hand tool cleaning shall be St. by use of an aromatic solvent prior to surface cleaning.055” maximum in case of steel and malleable iron and 0. before primer application is taken up. This should be done immediately and in any case within 4 hours of cleaning of surface. the Engineer-in-Charge shall have the liberty to control the time period. chimney to be painted be dry and clean. then blast cleaning shall be Sa3 as per Swedish Standard. Compressed air shall be free form moisture and oil. 2 or equivalent. 5.1. 5.C. aggregate etc. in case of blast cleaning it shall be Sa 2½ or equivalent as per Swedish Standard SIS-055900-1967/ ISO-8501-1-1988. in case of mechanical or power tool cleaning it shall be St. Remove all other contaminants. However. malleable iron and steel shall be in the form of shot or grit of size not greater than 0.1. grease etc. Where highly corrosive condition exits.1 Page 5 of 49 .2.5. shall be removed by rubbing with soft wire brush if necessary.1 5. rust scale and foreign matter shall be removed fully to ensure that a clean and dry surface is obtained. Chilled cast iron.2 5. during unfavourable weather conditions. oil. at his sole discretion and / or to insist on recleaning. rust. blasting and painting shall be avoided as far as practicable.04” maximum in case of chilled iron. acid etching with 10-15% HCL solution about 15 minutes shall be carried out and surface must be thorought washed with water to remove acid & loose particles then dry completely before application of paint. cement. Any loose particle of stand.2 Mill scale.2.1. Irrespective of the method of surface preparation. Blast Cleaning Air Blast Cleaning The surface shall be blast cleaned using one of the abrasives: AL202 particles chilled casts iron or malleable iron and steel at pressure of 7kg. 3 or equivalent.4 5.C.1. at times of unfavourable weather conditions. Procedure of Surface Preparation.5 5. the first coat of primer must be applied on dry surface. The external surface of R.
5.The blasting nozzles should be venturei style with tungsten carbide or boron carbide as the material for liners. shall be removed by clean rags and/ or washed by water or stream and thoroughly dried with compressed air jet before application of paint.35to 50µ).ft/ min. griding wheels or roating steels wire-brushes. chipping hammers. The wate blast cleaned surface shall be comparable to SSPC-SP-12/ NACE No. with corrosion inhibitor Sand : 200-400 lbs/ hr. Page 6 of 49 . For effective cleaning abrassives are used.5 to 1” dia Special equipments for water blast cleaning with abrasives now available shall be used. Excessive burnish of surface shall be avoided as it can reduce paint adhesion. The most commonly used pressure for high pressure water blast cleaning for maintenance surface preparation is 3000 to 6000 psi at 35-45 liters/ minute water volume and pressure upto 10000 psi and water volume of 45 liters/ minute provide maximum cleaning.2. the detached rust mill scale etc. On completion of blasting operation.2. 5. the blasted surface shall be clean and free from any scale or rust and must show a grey white metallic lusture. Nozzles orifice may vary from 3/16” to ¾”. 5.1. Water blast cleaning can be applied with or without abrassive and highpressure water blasting. The operation shall be carried out as per SSPC guidelines for water blast cleaning. On completion of cleaning. The indicative values for sand injection is Air : 300 to 400 Cu. The water used shall be inhibited with sodium chromate/ phosphate. Nozzle : 0.e.2 Mechanical of Power tool cleaning Power tool cleaning shall be done mechanical striking tools. The blast cleaned surface shall be washed thoroughly with detergents and wiped solvent and dried with compressed Air. health and safety problems associated with abrassive blast cleaning limit the application of air blast cleaning in many installations. If possible vacuum collector shall be installed for collecting the abrasive and recycling.2 Water Blast cleaning Environmental. Primer or first coat of paint shall be applied within 4 hours of surface preparation. Blast cleaning shall bot be done outdoors in bad weather without adequate protection or when there is dew on the metal which is to be cleaned. In such case water blast cleaning is resorted to. Water : 5-10 liter/ min. surface profile shall be uniform to provide good key to the paint adhesion (i.
In the event of use of primer such as zinc rich epoxy. c. shall be removed by hammering. the shop coat shall not be removed. Hand tool cleaning normally consists of the following: a.7 Page 7 of 49 .6 5. manufacturer’s standard can be followed after review.5. inorganic zinc silicate etc. mill scale spatters. if shop coat is in satisfactory condition showing no major defects. scrapping tools. Coating Procedure and Application: 5.3 Non compatible shop coat primer The compatibility of finishing coat should be confirmed from the paint manufacturer. Shop primed equipment and surface will only be ‘spot cleaned’ in damaged areas by means of power tool brush cleaning and then spot primed before applying one coat of filed primer unless otherwise specified. However. wire brushing or combination of the above methods. deducted and blown off with compressed air/ steam to remove all loose matter. 5. On completion of cleaning. Hand descaling and/ or hammering Hand scraping Hand wire brushing Rust. 5. If shop primer is not compatible with field primer then shop coated primer should be completely removed before applications of selected paints system for particular environment. For packaged units/ equipment. Finally the surface may be washed with water and dried for effective cleaning. loose materials shall be removed from the surface by clean rags and the surface shall be brushed. b.5 5. as shop coat the pant system shall depend on condition of shop coat.3 Maual or hand tool cleaning Manual or hand tool cleaning is used only where safety problems limit the application of other surface preparation procedure and hence dones not appear in the specifications of paint systems. old coating and other foreign matter.2. shop primer should be as per the paint system given in this specification. The touch up primer and finishing coat(s) shall be identified for application by Engineer-inCharge.4 Shop coated (coated with primer & finishing coat) equipment should not be repainted unless paint is damaged. emery paper cleaning. swept.
7. sufficiently to produce enough contrast to indicate complete coverage of the surface. each coat of material shall be applied as a continuous film uniform thickness free of probes. To the maximum extent practicable.7. and needles shall be those recommended by the manufacturer of the equipment for the material beign sprayed. shall be capable of properly atomizing the paint to be applied. Any spots or areas missed in application shall be recoated and permitted to dry before the next coat is applied. Applied paint should have the desired wet film thickness. alternate coat shall be tinted.2 5. The tinting material shall be compatible with the material and not detrimental to its service life. and shall be equipped with suitable pressure regulators and gauges. When the successive coat of the same colour have been specified.5 5.7. Page 8 of 49 .7. The air caps.7.5. The equipment shall be kept in satisfactory condition to permit proper paint application. the same day. Air spray application shall be in accordance with the following: a. These traps or separators must be of adequate size and must be drained periodically during operations. Blast cleaned surface shall be coated with one complete application of primer as soon as practicable but in no case later than 4 hrs. wind or in environment where injurious airbone elements exists. Material shall be considered dry for recoating when an additional coat can applied without the development of any detrimental film irregularities such as lifting or loose of adhesion of the under coat. 5. Each coat shall be proper state of cure or dryness before the application of succeeding coat.3 5. when the steel surface temperature is less than 5° F above dew point when the relative humidity is greater then 85% or when the temperature is below 40° F. The equipment used shall be suitable for the intended purpose. Manufacturer instruction shall be followed for intercoat interval. Traps or separators shall be provided to remove oil and condensed water from the air.6 b. The air from the spray gun impinging against the surface shall show condensed water or oil.4 5.1 Surface shall not be coated in rain.7. nozzles. when practical.
control valve items and similar items shall be masked to prohibit coating disposition.7 Airless spray application shall be in accordance with the following procedure: as per steel structure paint manual vol. If these surface are coated. immediately dechoking procedure shall be followed. Paint shall be applied in a uniform layer. machined surface instrument glass. All nameplates. 5. All runs and sags shall be brushed out immediately or the paint shall be removed and the surface repainted. dried paint. If spray gun shown choking. Any solvents left in the equipment shall be completely removed before applying paint to the surface begin painted. j. During application the gun shall be held perpendicular to the surface and at a distance which will ensure that a wet layer of paint is deposited on the surface. g. f.A. k. Areas inaccessible to the spray gun shall be painted by brush: if not accessible by brush. U. the component shall be cleaned and restored to its original condition. i. 1 & vol. h. finished flange faces. d. Air less spray relies on hydraulic pressure rather than air Page 9 of 49 . excessive evaporation of solvent. and other foreign materials are not deposited in the paint film.7. Ingredients shall be kept properly mixed in the spray pots or containers during application by continuous mechanical agitation. with overlapping at the edge of the spray pattern.c. Spray equipment shall be kept sufficiently clean so that dirt. manufacturer’s identification tags. The pressure on the material in the pot shall be adjusted when necessary for change in elevation of the gun above the pot. 2. daubers or sheepking shall be used. e. By SSPC. or less by overspray. The atomizing air pressure at the gun shall be high enough to properly atomize the paint but not so high as to cause excessive fogging of paint. Edges of structural shapes and irregular coated surface shall be coated first and an extra pass made later. The pressure on the material in the pot and of the air at the gun shall be adjusted for optimum spraying effectiveness. The spray patterns shall be adjusted so that the paint is deposited uniformly. The trigger of the gun should be released at the end of each stroke.S..
023” tip size will provide a good spray pattern. a single paint stream is divided into separate streams. This result in more repaid coverage with less overspray. 5.000 psi. including drums. In case of gun choking. more economical and easier to use than conventional airspray. Paints shal be applied into all corners. The unit shall consists of in built strainer. Airless spray usually is faster. but they shall not have width over five inches. The men holding this sling move it up and down and walk slowly forward while fresh coating is poured on the pipe and they manipulate the sling so that an even coating is ontained all round Page 10 of 49 . The unit shall have in built agitator that keep the paint uniformly mixed during the spraying. Incase of High Build epoxy coating (two pack). 5.5m longs is hold under the pipe by two men. Any runs or sags shall be brushed out. d. and paint is aspirated in a hose that sucks paint from any container. Brushes shall be of a style and quality that will enable proper application of paint Round or oval brushes are most suitable for rivets. There shall be minimum of brush marks left in the applied paint Surface not accessible to brushes shall be painted by spray. Usually very small quantities of thinning is required before spray. cleaner. c. e.020-0. Paint is delivered to the spray gun at this pressure through a single hose within the gun. irregular surfaces and rough or pitted steel. An air compressor or electric motor is used to operate a pump to produce pressures of 1.8 Brush application of paint shall be in accordance with the following: a.7. Wide flat brushes are suitable for large flat areas. which are forced through a small orifice resulting in atomization of paint without the use of air. Ideally fluid hoses should no be less than 3/8” ID and not longer than 50ft to obtain optimum results.000 to 6. bolts. or sheepkin.atomization to produce the desired spray. 30:1 pump ratios and 0.7. Liquid coating poured on the sling at each side of the pipe. f.9 Manual application by sling (where 6 O’ clock approachable) A canvas strip (alternatively a tinplate strip) about 450mm wide and 1. duubers. position of pipe is not b. decoking steps shall be followed immediately. Airless spray equipment is mounted on wheels.
Drying of Coated Surface No coat shall be applied unit the preceding coat has dried.9.2 5. The coating film shall be inspected by mirror. Repair of damaged inorganic zinc silicate primer after erection/ weldding: Quickly remove the primer from damaged area by mechanical scraping and emery paper to expose the white metal. if it exceeds the paint material has possible deteriorated or mixing is faulty. the repair of damaged coating of pre-creation/ fabrication shall be as given below. Feather the primer over the intact adjacent surface surrounding the damaged area by emery paper.10 For each coat the painter should know the WFT corresponding to the specified DFT and standardise the paint application technique to achieve the desired WFT. contamination snow and freezing until dry to the fullest extent practicable. 5.9. Paint shall be protected from rain.the bottom. condensation.9.1 5. 5. The material shall be considered dry for re-coating when another coat can be applied without the development of any film irregularities such as lifting or loss of adhesion of undercoats. There shall bot be any formation of “Whiskers” and holes in the coating. No paint shall be force dried under condition which will cause checking. This is to be ensured in the qualification trial.2 5. Surface preparation shall be done as per procedure 5. No drier shall be added to a paint on the job unless specifically called for in the manufacturer’s specification for the paint. 5.8 5.7. This work shall be done vey carefully and by experienced personnel. wrinkling blistering formation of pores.8. Blasts clean the surfaces possible. Repair of damaged paint surface.9. or detrimentally after the condition of the paint. Drying time of the applied coat should not exced maximum specified for it as a first coat. Where paint has been damaged in handling and in transportation.1.9 5.3 Repair of damaged pre-erection and shop priming in the design temperature of 90° C to 500° C.8. Page 11 of 49 .2.
11 1. holiday detection.1 PAINT APPLICATION Shop priming/ pre-erection priming with F9 of F12 shall be done only on blasted surface.10. 2. anomolies.2 5. Type of testing equipments and calibration. Documentation. 5. 5. adhesion tests with signature of appropriate authority. Page 12 of 49 .3 5. particular of application no of coats and type of materials applied. film thickness. 7. Shop priming/ pre-erection priming with F-9 or F-12 shall be done only with airless spray. Daily progress report with dedtails of weather condition. surface profile. rejects and repairs. progress of work versus programme. Particular of surface preparation and paint application during trials and during the work.10 5. 4. Result of measurement of temperature relative humidity.10.10. A written quality plan with procedure for qualification trials and for the actual work.- One coat of F-9 shall be applied wherever damaged was observed on pre-erection/ pre-fabrication/ shop primer of inorganic zinc silicate coating (F-9) shall not be applied if damaged area is not more than 5 x 5 cm. Details of non-compliance. 3. Code and batch numbers of paint material used. 5. For large flat surface field painting shall be done by airless spray otherwise brush can be used. 6.
NO.TABLE-I (for clause 5. WIRE BRUSHING AND GRINDIN. MANUAL OR HAND TOOL CLEANING REMOVAL OF LOOSE RUST LOOSE MILL SCALE AND LOOSE PAINT. MECHANICAL CLEANING OR POWER TOOL REMOVAL OF LOOSE RUST. ST. SURFACE SHOULD HAVE A PRONOUNCED METALLIC SHEEN. LOOSE MILL SCALE AND LOOSE PAINT TO DEGREE SPECIFIED BY POWER TOOL CHIPPING. 2. AFTER REMOVAL OF DUST. SANDING. SURFACE SHOULD HAVE A FAINT METALLIC SHEEN.2 SSPC-SP2 - - THIS METHOD IS APPLIED WHEN THE SURFACE IS EXPOSED TO NORMAL ATMOSPHERIC CONDITION WHEN OTHER METHODS CANNOT BE ADOPTED AND ALSO FOR SPOT CLEANING DURING MAINTENANCE PAINTING.3 SSPC-SP3 - - -DO- Page 13 of 49 . SANDING AND WIRE BRUSHING.0) SURFACE PREPARATION STANDARDS S. ST. DESCRIPTION VARIOUS INTERNATIONAL STANDARDS (EQUIVALENT) SWEDISH SSPC-SP NACE BRITISH STANDARD USA USA STANDAR SIS-05D BS5900 1967 4232: 1967 REMARK 1. CHIPPING. DESCALING. SCRAPING.
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NEAR WHITE METAL BLAST CLEANING TO NEAR WHITE METAL CLEANLINESS. NO. BLAST CLEANING (AIR & WATER) THERE ARE FOUR COMMON GRADES OF BLAST CLEANING WHITE METAL BLAST CLEANING TO WHITE METAL CLEANLINESS REMOVAL OF ALL VISIBLE RUST.1 SA-3 SSPC-SP5 NACE#1 FIRST QUALITY WHERE EXTREMELY CLEAN SURFACE CAN BE EXPECTED FOR PROLONG LIFE OF PAINT SYSTEMS.0) SURFACE PREPARATION STANDARDS S. 3. Page 15 of 49 . MILL SCALE PAINT & FOREIGN MATTER 100% CLEANLINESS WITH DESIRED SURFACE PROFILE. VINYL. POLYURETHANE BASED AND INORGANIC ZINC SILICATE PAINTS.2 SA 2 ½ SSPC-SP10 NACE #2 SECOND QUALITY THE MINIMUM REQUIREMENT FOR CHEMICALLY RESISTANT PAINT SYSTEM SUCH AS EPOXY. DESCRIPTION VARIOUS INTERNATIONAL STANDARDS (EQUIVALENT) SWEDISH SSPC-SP NACE BRITISH STANDARD USA USA STANDARD SIS-05BS-4232: 5900 1967 1967 REMARKS 3. 3.TABLE-I (for clause 5. UNIT AT LEAST 95% OF EACH ELEMENTS OF SURFACE AREA IS FREE OF ALL VISIBLE RESIDUES WITH DESIRED SURFACE PROFILE. ALSO FOR CONVENTIONAL PAINT SYSTEM USED UNDER FAIRLY CORROSIVE CONDITIONS TO OBTAIN DESIRED LIFE OF PAINT SYSTEM.
DESCRIPTION VARIOUS INTERNATIONAL STANDARDS (EQUIVALENT) SWEDISH SSPC-SP NACE BRITISH STANDARD USA USA STANDARD SIS-05BS-4232: 5900 1967 1967 REMARKS 3. MILL SCALE . PAINT & FOREIGN MATTER.TABLE-I (for clause 5.0) SURFACE PREPARATION STANDARDS S.4 BRUSH-OFF BLAST BLAST CLEANING TO WHITE METAL CLEANLINESS. NO.3 COMMERCIAL BLAST BLAST CLEANING UNIT AT LEAST TWO—THIRD OF EACH ELEMENT OF SURFACE AREA IS FREE OF ALL VISIBLE RESIDUES WITH DESIRED SURFACE PROFILE. SA-1 SSPC-SP7 No. 3 THIRD QUALITY FOR STEEL REQUIRED TO BE PAINTED WITH CONVENTIONAL PAINTS FOR EXPOSURE TO MILDLY CORROSIVE ATMOSPHERE FOR LONGER LIFE OF THE PAINT SYSTEMS. 4 Page 16 of 49 . SURFACE PROFILE IS NOT SO IMPORTANT. REMOVAL OF ALL VISIBLE RUST. SA-2 SSPC-SP6 No. 3.
6.0 PAINT MATERIALS Paint manufacturers shall furnish all the characteristics of paint material on printed literature. alongwith the test certificate for all the specified characteristics given in this specifications.3.1. Page 17 of 49 . 6. All the paint materials shall be of first quality and conform to the following general characteristics as per the table 6.2 and 6.
40% 40-50µ 8-10 1. 6. Min.2 2 hrs. 7-8% 8-10µ 8-10 1. Page 18 of 49 . Chlorinated rubber Zinc Phosphpate primer Single pack.) Pot life (approx) at 30° C for two component paints (approx). No . Max. 1. Min.4 After 30 mins.: 3-6 months Min : 8 hrs Max : 3-6 months 8 hrs.6 hrs Max : 24 hrs Not applicable Epoxy zinc phosphate primer Tow component polyamide cured epoxy resin medium. DESCRIPTION P-2 P-4 P-6 Technical Name Type and composition 3.PAINT MATERIALS TABLE NO. Max. 9.1 PRIMERS S.: 24 hrs. 10. Max. air drying chlorinated rubber based medium plasticised with unsaponlfiable plasticizer. pigmented with zinc phosphate. Volume solids (approx) DFT (Dry dilm thickness) per coat (approx) Theoretical covering capacity in M2/ coat/ litre (approx) Welght per litre in kgs/ litre (approx) Touch dry at 30° C (approx) Hard dry at 30° C (approx) Over Coating Interval (approx.: 8 hrs. 4.: no limitation Min : 8 hrs Max : No limitation Not applicable Etch primer/ wash primer Two pack polyvinyl butyral resin medium cured with phosphoric acid solution pogmented with zic tetroxy choromate. plgmented with Zic phosphate. Min : 4.: 6. 2. 5. 40% 40-50µ 8-10 1.: 8 hrs.3 30 minutes Min. 8. 7.: 2 hrs.
2 30 minutes 8 hrs. Not applicable 4-6 hrs. suitably pigmented.: 5 day 4-6 hrs. 4. 10.: Overnight Max. DESCRIPTION Technical Name F-2 Acrylic polyurethane finish paint Two-pack aliphatic isocynate cured acrylic finish paint F-3 Chlorinated rubber based finish paint Single pack plasticised chlorinated rubber based medium with chemical and weather resistant pigments.: 6. 65% 100-125µ 10-13 1. No 1.5 4 hrs.: Unlimited 5-6 1. Volume solids (approx) DFT (Dry film thickness) per coat (approx) Theoretical covering capacity in M2/ coat/ litre (approx) Welght per litre in kgs/ litre (approx) Touch dry at 30° C (approx) Hard dry at 30° C (approx) Overcoating interval (approx) 40% 30-40µ Tow pack polyamide cured epoxy resin blended with coal/ tar medium.: 24 hrs. 9. Overnight Min. Max. Type and composition 3.pack polyamide/ ployamine cured epoxy resin medium suitable pigmented. 7. Tow.: Overnight (12) hrs.4 3 hrs.: Unlimited 8-10 1. Min.PAINT MATERIALS TABLE NO. 48 hrs.: Overnight Max. Pot life at 30° C for two component paints (approx).3 1 hrs. Page 19 of 49 .2FINISH PAINT S.5 1. Overnight Min. 6-8 hrs. Max. 40% 40-50µ F-6 F-7 Epoxy-High build High build coaltar finish paint epoxy coating. 62% 100-125µ 2. 5. 8. Min.: 5 day 5-2-6. 6.
20% 20-25µ 8-10 1. 8.: Unlimited 10. 60% 65-75µ 8-9 2. 9.: 8 hrs. 6. Max.: 6. 11. 12 hrs. DESCRIPTION Technical Name F-8 Self priming type surface tolerant high build epoxy coating (Complete rust control coating) F-9 Inorganic Zinc Slicate coating F-11 Heat resistant synthetic medium based two pack aluminum paint suitable upto 250°C dry temperature Heat resistant synthetic medium based two pack aluminum paint suitable upto 250°C 25% 20-25µ 10-12 1.0-7.4 3 hrs.: 6 months A two-pack air drying self-curing solvent based inorganic zinc silicate coating. at 20°C and 50% RH. Not applicable Not applicable component paints (approx). Single pack silicone resin based medium with aluminum flakes.: 10 hrs. 4. Pot life (approx) at 30° C for two 90 min. No 1. Type and composition 3. Min.: 16 hrs.1 30 min. Min. Volume solids (approx) DFT (Dry film thickness) per coat (approx) Theoretical covering capacity in M2/ coat/ litre Welght per litre in kgs/ litre (approx) Touch dry at 30° C (approx) Hard dry at 30° C (approx) Overcoating interval (approx) Two-pack epoxy resin based suitable pigmented and capable pigmented and capable of adhering to manually prepared surface and old coating 72% 100-125µ 6. Max. 12 hrs. Max.PAINT MATERIALS TABLE NO. Min. 24 hrs.2 3 hrs. Temperature resistance 250° C 500° C F-14: Specially for mulated polyamine cured coal tal epoxy suitable for-45°C to 125°C for application under insulation F-15: Two pack cold curved epoxy phenolic coating suitable for 45°C to 125°C for application under insulation F-16: Eoxy siloxane anser coat 738 Page 20 of 49 . Min. Max.2 1. 7.3 30 min.: Unlimited F-12 Heat resistant silicone aluminum paint suitable upto 500° C temperature 2. 5.3 FINISH PAINTS S.: 16 hrs.: Unlimited 4-6 hrs. 24 hrs.
Technical data sheets for all paints shall be supplied at the time of submission of quotations. Allowing the loose during the application.0 PAINT SYSTEM The paint system should vary with type of environment envisaged in and around the plants. 7. The surface preparation. 3.4 FINISH COATS/ PAINTS F-2 F-3 F-6 : : : Acrylic. Covering capacity and DFT depends on method of application. All primers and finish coats should be cold cured and air drying unless otherwise specified. 7. All paints shall be applied in accordance with manufacturer’s instruction for surface preparation.Notes: 1. Three types of environment as given below are considered for selection of paint system. 6.0 PRIMERS P-2 P-4 P-6 : : : Chlorinated Rubber Zinc Phosphate Primer Etch Primer/ Wash Primer Epoxy Zic Phosphate Primer 2. Primers & finish coats covered in table nos. minimum specified DFT should be maintained.Polyurethane finish paint Chlorinated Rubber Finish Paint High Build Epoxy finish coating Page 21 of 49 . 4. Covering capacity specified above are theoretical. quality and workmanship should be ensured. curing and application.0 to 15. The paint system is also given for specific requirements. List of recommended manufacturers The paint shall conform to the specifications given above and the best quality in their products range of the manufacturers listed in Annexure-I. intervals.
Specially formulated polyamine-cured coal for Epoxy coating Epoxy phenolic coating Epoxy Siloxane Coating : Amercoat 738 F-9 F-11 : : F-12 F-14 : : F-15 F-16 : : Page 22 of 49 . Heat resistant Synthetic medium based Aluminum paint.F-7 F-8 : : High Build Coal Tar epoxy coating Self-priming surface tolerant high build epoxy coating Inorganic Zinc Silicate Coating. Heat resistant Silicone Aluminum paint.
2 40 TO 500 (FOR 2 COATS OF F-12 40-50 FOR DAMAGED AREA OF MORE THAN 5X5 CM.) 65-75 REMARKS S.1 7.1.2: REPAIR OF PRE-ERECTION/ PRE. LOW TEMPERATURE CARBON STEEL & LOW ALLOY STEEL. STEEL STRUCTURE.1. PIPING AND EQUIPMENT ETC.) 65-75 No overcoating is to be done 40-50 FINISH COAT AT SITE S. Page 23 of 49 .FABRICATION AND SHOP PRIMING AFTER ERECTION/ WELDING FOR CARBON STEEL LOW TEMPERATURE CARBON STEEL & LOW ALLOY STEEL. No.1: PRE-ERECTION/ PRE-FABRICATION AND SHOP PRIMING FOR CARBON STEEL. 7.1 DESIGN TEMPERATURE IN °C -90 TO 400 (FOR 1 COAT OF F-9 7.2 1 COAT OF F-9 1 COAT OF F-12 TABLE 7.2.TABLE 7. DESIGN TEMPERATURE IN °C -90 TO 4000 401 To 500 7. SURFACE PREPARATION SSPC-SP-10 SSPC-SP-10 PAINT SYSTEM TOTAL DFT IN REMARKS MICRONS (MIN.2. No. SURFACE PREPARATION SSPC-SP-3 REPAIR ONLY) SSPC-SP-10 SSPC-SP-3 REPAIR ONLY) SSPC-SP-10 PAINT SYSTEM TOTAL DFT IN MICRONS (MIN. FOR DAMAGED AREA OF MORE THAN 5X5 CM. ITEMS IN ALL ENVIRONMENT.
0 S. BLOWERS.3.5 SHALL BE FOLOWED. D. LOW TEMPERATURE CARBON STEEL & LOW ALLOY STEEL) ALL NORMAL CORROSIVE AREAS SUCH AS OFF SITES EXTERNAL SURFACE OF UNINSULATED COLUMNS. NO. 8.2. TOWERS.TABLE 8. FLARE LINES. PLANTS.0: FIELD PAINT SYSTEM FOR NORMAL CORROSIVE ENVIRONMENT (FOR CARBON STEEL.5 251 TO 400 SSPC-SP-10 105 8. PIPING. DESIGN TEMPERATUR E IN C -90 TO –15 SURFACE PREPARATIO N SSPC-SP-10 PAINT SYSTEM FIELD PRIMER FINISH PAINT TOTAL DFT IN MICRONS (MIN.2 -14 TO 60 SSPC-SP-10 8. EXCLUDING TANK TOPS.3 61 TO 80 SSPC-SP-10 8. PUMPS. HEAT EXCHANGERS. INTERIOR OF TANKS ETC.4 81 TO 250 SSPC-SP-10 REPAIR OF PRE-FABRICATION PRIMER 1 COAT OF F-9 @ 65-75µ DFT/ COAT + 2 COATS OF P-2 @ 40µ DFT/ COAT 2 X 40 = 80 REPAIR OF PRE-FABRICATION PRIMER 1 COAT OF F-9 @ 65-75µ DFT/ COAT + 2 COATS OF P-6 @ 40µ DFT/ COAT 2 X 40 = 80 REPAIR OF PRE-FABRICATION PRIMER 1 COAT OF F-9 @ 65-75µ DFT/ COAT REPAIR OF PRE-FABRICATION PRIMER 1 COAT OF F-9 @ 65-75µ DFT/ COAT REPAIR AS PER 7.4 AND 8.6 401 TO 500 SSPC-SP-10 80 NOTE 1 : FOR MS CHIMNEY OR WITHOUT REFRACTORY LINING 8. RCC CHIMNEY WITH OR WITHOUT REFRACTORY LINE INSIDE CHIMNEY (ALL ENVIRONMENTS).1 REPAIR OF PRE-FABRICATION PRIMER 1 COAT OF F-9 @65-75µ DFT/ COAT NONE No over coating to be done follow repair procedure only on damaged areas of preerection/ pre-fabrication primer/ coating F-9 8. FLARE LINES FOR NORMAL CORROSIVE ENVIRONMENT ALSO TO NE PAINTED AS PER TABLE 9. Page 24 of 49 .2 2 COATS OF F-3 @ 40 µ DFT/ COAT 2 X 40 = 80 225 1 COATS OF F-6 @ 100 µ DFT/ COAT 245 3 COATS OF F-11 @ 20 µ DFT/ COAT 3 X 20 = 60 2 COATS OF F-12 @ 20 µ DFT/ COAT 2 X 20 = 40 2 COATS OF F-12 @ 20 µ DFT/ COAT 2 X 20 = 40 125 8. STRUCTURAL STEEL WORKS.) 65-75 REMARKS 8. COMPRESSORS.M. VESSELS.
NOTE 2 : NOTE 3 : FOR EXTENAL SURFACE OF RCC CHMNEY: 2 COATS OF F-6 @ 100 µ DFT/ COAT TO OBBTAIN 2 X 100=200µ SHALL BE APPLIED AFTER MAKING SURFACE PREPARATION AS PER GUIDELINES IN 1.NO.NO. Page 25 of 49 . 8.2 WILL BE DELETED.3 SHALL BE USED FOR 14°C TO 80°C AND S.5 WHEREVER REQUIRED S. 8.
COMPRESSORS. NO. STRUCTURAL STEEL ETC. S.2.1 DESIGN TEMPERATUR E IN °C -90 TO –15 SURFACE PREPARATION SSPC-SP-10 PAINT SYSTEM FIELD PRIMER REPAIR OF PRE-FABRICATION PRIMER 1 COAT OF F-9 @ 65-75µ DFT/ COAT FINISH PAINT NONE TOTAL DFT IN MICRONS (MIN.2 105 9.0: FIELD PAINT SYSTEM FOR CORROSIVE ENVIRONMENT (FOR CARBON STEEL. FLARE LINES. BLOWERS.TABLE 9. 9.) 65-75 REMARKS 9. SO2 FUMES OR SPILLAGE’S OF ACID/ ALKALI/ SALT ARE LIKELY TO COME IN CONTACT WITH SURFACE SUCH AS EXTERNAL SURFACE OF UNINSULATED COLUMNS. Surface preparation is required only for repairing of damaged preerection/ fabrication primer 9. PUMPS. VESSELS.2 -14 TO 80 SSPC-SP-10 REPAIR OF PRE-FABRICATION PRIMER 1 COAT OF F-9 @ 65-75µ DFT/ COAT + 1 COATS OF P-6 @40 µ DFT/ COAT 1 COATS OF F-6 @ 100µ DFT/ COAT + 1 COAT OF F-2 @ 40µ DFT/ COAT 2 COATS OF F-12 @ 20 µ DFT/ COAT 2 X 20 = 40 2 COATS OF F-12 @ 20 µ DFT/ COAT 225 Repair of preerection/ pre fabrication primer shall be done wherever damage is observed. PIPING. LOW TEMPERATURE CARBON STEEL & LOW ALLOY STEEL) FOR ALL CORROSIVE AREAS ABOVE GROUND WHERE H2S. HEAT EXCHANGERS.4 401 TO 500 SSPC-SP-10 80 Page 26 of 49 .3 81 TO 400 SSPC-SP-10 REPAIR OF PRE-FABRICATION PRIMER 1 COAT OF F-9 @ 65-75µ DFT/ COAT REPAIR 2S PER 7. TOWERS.
105 80 Page 27 of 49 . COMPRESSORS. TOWERS.2. DESIGN TEMPERATUR E IN °C -90 TO –15 SURFACE PREPARATION PAINT SYSTEM FIELD PRIMER FINISH PAINT TOTAL DFT IN MICRONS (MIN. BLOWERS. SALTY WATER IMPINGEMENT.2 -14 TO 80 SSPC-SP-10 10.) 65-75 REMARKS 10. VESSELS. HEAT EXCHANGERS. No over coating is allowed Surface preparation is required only for repairing of damaged pre-erection/ fabrication primer.2 10. CHLORIDE ETC.1 SSPC-SP-10 REPAIR OF PRE-FABRICATION PRIMER 1 COAT OF F-9 65-75µ DFT/ COAT REPAIR OF PRE-FABRICATION PRIMER 1 COAT OF F-9 @ 65-75µ DFT/ COAT + 1 COATS OF P-6 @40 µ DFT/ COAT NONE 10.0: FIELD PAINT SYSTEM FOR HIGHLY CORROSIVE (FOR CARBON STEEL. S.TABLE 10.4 401 TO 500 SSPC-SP-10 2 COATS OF F-6 @ 100µ DFT/ COAT = 2 X 100= 200 + 1 COAT OF F-2 @ 40µ DFT/ COAT 2 COATS OF F-12 @ 20 µ DFT/ COAT 2 X 20 = 40 3 COATS OF F-12 @ 20 µ DFT/ COAT 2 X 20 = 40 345 Repair of pre-erection/ fabrication primer shall be followed. PIPING PUMPS. STRUCTURE STEEL ETC.3 81 TO 400 SSPC-SP-10 REPAIR OF PRE-FABRICATION PRIMER 1 COAT OF F-9 @ 65-75µ DFT/ COAT REPAIR AS PER 7. EXPOSED TO SPILLAGE OR FUMES OF HCL H2S04. NO. FLARE LINES. LOW TEMPERATURE CARBON STEEL & LOW ALLOY STEEL) EXTERNAL SURFACES OF UNINSULATED COLUMNS.
ACIDS. S.2 81 TO 500 SSPC-SP-10 1 COAT OF F-9 @ 2 COATS OF F-12 105 65-75µ DFT/ @ 20 µ DFT/ COAT COAT 2 X 20 = 40 11. F7 should be 11. HSD.2 -14 TO 80 SSPC-SP-10 1 COAT OF F-9 @ 3 COATS OF F . DM WATER. Page 28 of 49 . POTABLE WATER. DESIGN SURFACE PAINT SYSTEM TOTAL DFT IN REMARKS TEMPERATURE IN PREPARATION MICRONS (MIN.) FILED PRIMER FINISH PAINT °C 1.7 365 suitable for 65-75µ DFT/ @ 100 µ DFT/ immersion service COAT COAT of the products 3 X 100 = 300 given. FIREWATER.1. GASOLINE. F-6 should be 11. SPIRAL STAIRWAYS. RAW WATER.2 EXTERNAL SURFACE OF BOTTOM PLATE (SOIL SIDE) FOR ALL STORAGE TANKS. MOTOR SPIRIT. NO.1 EXTERNAL SHELL.0 : FIELD PAINT SYSTEM FOR CARBON STEEL STORAGE TANKS (EXTERNAL) FOR ALL ENVIRONMENTS.1 -14 TO 80 SSPC-SP-10 1 COAT OF F-9 @ 1 COATS OF F-6 285 suitable for 65-75µ DFT/ @ 100µ DFT/ occasional water COAT + 1 COATS COAT + 2 COATS immersion F-2 @ 40µ OF P-6 @40 µ OF DFT/ COAT DFT/ COAT 65 X 40 = 105 2 X 40 = 80 11. LDO. HAND TAILS FOR ALL ENVIRONMENTS FOR GRUDE OIL. ALKALIS SOLVENTS AND CHEMICALS ETC. ROOF TOPS OF ALL GROUND TANK INCLUDING TOP SIDE OF FLOATING ROOF OF OPEN TANK AS WELL AS COVERED FLOATING ROOF AND ASSOCIATED STRUCTURAL WORK ROLLING AND STATIONARY LADDERS.1. ATF KEROSENE.TABLE 11. WIND GIRDERS APPARATUSES.
UNDERSIDE OF FLOATING ROOF AND SHELL ABOVE MAXIMUM LIQUID LEVEL AND STRUCTURAL STEEL .7.) FILED PRIMER FINISH PAINT INTERNAL SURFACE OF UNDERSIDE OF FLOATING ROOF. NO. 12.7 EG TANKS (INTERNAL SHELL.4 12.1 12. UNDER SIDE OF ROOF AND ROOF STRUCTURE INSIDE SURFACE BOTTOM PLATE AND STRURAL STEEL WORKS. LADDERS.1 -14 TO 80 SSPC-SP-10 1 COAT OF F-9 @ 65. 3 X 100 = 300 18.104.22.168. M. 12. BOTTOM PLATE. Kerosene.TABLE 12. F-6 should be suitable for 12.2 BARE SHEEL OF INSIDE FLOATING ROOF TANK AND CONE ROOF TANK FOR PRODUCTS MENTIONED IN 12.2 COATS OF F-15 @ 75µ 215-225 75µ DFT/ COAT DFT/ COAT 2 X 40 = 80 2 X 75 = 150 Page 29 of 49 .1 -14 TO 80 SSPC-SP-10 1 COAT OF F-9 @ 65. BOTTOM PLATE ROOF AND ALL ACCESSORIES) 12.6. NAPHTHA. (DEMINERALISED WATER) AND HYDROCHLORIC ACID (HCL): INTERNAL SHELL.NONE 75µ DFT/ COAT 65-75 No over coating is allowed same as per pre-erection primer.1 BARE SHELL OF INSIDE OF FLOATING CONE ROOF TANKS FOR PRODUCTS MENTIONED IN 12. LADDERS ETC. WALKWAYS.1 ALL SSPC-SP-10 3 COATS VINYL CHLORIDE CO-POLYMER 225 AMERCOAT 23 @ 75µ / COAT 12. LADDERS SUPPORTS FOR STORING GRUIDE OIL. petrol etc.5 INTERNAL PROTECTION IF FIXED ROOF TYPE STORAGE TANKS FOR POTABLE WATER: INSIDE OF SHELL.8 INSIDE PONTOON AND INSIDE OF DOUBLE DECK OF ALL FLOATING ROOFS. MOTOR SPIRIT.2. BOTTOM PLATE AND ALL ACCESSORIES 12. STEEL.3 COATS OF F-7 @ 100µ 365 immersion service of the DFT/ COAT 75µ DFT/ COAT products given. DESIGN TEMPERATURE IN SURFACE PREPARATION TOTAL DFT IN REMARKS PAINT SYSTEM °C MICRONS (MIN. 12. GASOLINE.4.1 -14 TO 80 SSPC-SP-3 1 COAT OF F-8 @ 1 COATS OF F-6 @ 100µ 200 100µ DFT/ COAT DFT/ COAT 1 X 100 = 100 12. INSIDE OF BOTTOM PLATE.3 COATS OF F-6 @ 100µ 365 immersion service of DFT/ COAT 75µ DFT/ COAT petroleum produce like 3 X 100 = 300 ATF. INTERNAL STRUCTURAL OF CONE ROOF. LDO AND HSD (EXCLUDING WHITE OIL PRODUCTS) F7 should be suitable for 12.9 INTERNAL SURFACE OF AMINE & SOUR WATER STORAGE TANKS 12.9.1 -14 TO 80 SSPC-SP-10 EBONITE RUBBER LINING AS PER SMMS SPECIFICATION 6-06-204 12. if any 12.1 -14 TO 80 SSPC-SP-10 1 COAT OF F-9 @ 65.3 FLOATING CONE ROOF TANKS FOR PETROLEUM PRODUCTS SUCH AS ATF.1 -14 TO 80 SSPC-SP-10 F-6 shall be suitable for 2 COAT OF F-6 @ 40µ 2 COATS OF F-6 @ 100µ 280 immersion service.1 -14 TO 80 SSPC-SP-10 PHOSPHATING 20 2 COATS OF @10 µ TREATMENT WITH 2 X 10 = 20 PHOSPHATING CHEMICALS (2 COATS) 12.3 -14 TO 80 SSPC-SP-10 1 COAT OF F-9 @ 65. PLATFORMS ETC. KEROSENE. ROOF STRUCTURE. DFT/ COAT DFT/ COAT 2 X 40 = 80 2 X 100 = 200 12.6 D.0 : FIELD PAINT SYSTEM FOR CARBON STEEL AND ALLOY STORAGE TANK: (INTERNAL) S.
1. 6-06-203-REV.1 COATING SYSTEM FOR EXTERNAL SIDE OF UNDERGROUND CARBON STEEL PLANT PIPING AND TANKS TOTAL DFT IN MICRONS (MIN.1.TABLE 13.1 22.214.171.124 DESIGN TEMPERATURE SURFACE PREPARATION PAINT SYSTEM IN °C PRIMER FINISH PAINT CARBON STEEL PLANT PIPING (UNDERGROUND) YARD COATING 25 TO 60 SSPC-SP-10 1 COAT OF 4mm THICK COALTAR SYNTHETIC FAST COATING WRAPPING DRYING PRIMER AS PER AWWA-C-203 TYPE-B AS PER IN 2 LAYER OF EACH AWWA-C-203 (1991) 2mm THICKNESS OVER THE DITCH COATING 25 Tto 60 SSPC-SP-10 1 COAT OF 2 LAYERS OF SYNTHETIC FAST COALTAR BASED DRYING PRIMER TAPE COATING AS TYPE-B AS PER PER AWWA-C-203 & AWWA-C-203 (1991) AS PER SMMS EIL SPEC.2 13.3.0 : S.2 13.2. 13.3 13.2.) REMARKS 13.1 13. NO.1.1.1 13.1 13.1 13.2 CARBON STEEL PLANT PIPING (UNDERGROUND) 61 TO 400 SSPC-SP-10 1 COAT OF F-9 @ NONE 65-75µ DFT/ COAT EXTERNAL SIDE OF UNINSULATED UNDERGROUND STORAGE TANKS: 40 TO 80 SSPC-SP-10 1 COAT OF F-9 @ 3 COATS OF F-7 @ 65-75µ DFT/ COAT 100µ DFT/ COAT 3 X 100 = 300 -90 TO –41 SSPC-SP-10 1 COAT OF F-9 @ NONE 81 TO 400° c 65-75µ DFT/ COAT 1 COAT OF NONE AMERCOAT 738 @ 250µ DFT/ COAT 4mm CTE coating shall confirm to 120/ 5 as per BS: 4164 4 mm 65-75 365 65-75 250 Page 30 of 49 .
1 14.2. NO.3 X 20 = 60 TEMPERATURE 126-400° 75µ DFT C INSULATED STAINLESS STEEL INCLUDING ALLOY-20. LOW ALLOY STEEL. STORAGE TANKS EQUIPMENTS IN ALL ENVIRONMENT REMARKS S.) PRIMER FINISH PINTS INSULATED CARBON STEEL.2 COATS OF F-14 @ 315 FABRICATION 125µ DFT/ COAT PRIMER F-9 @ 65. If the piping & equipments are already erected then surface shall be prepared by cleaning with emery paper and wash/ flush with chloride free DM water followed by wiping with organic solvent 14.2 14.2. LOW TEMPERATURE CARBON STEEL & STAINLESS STEEL PIPING.3 COATS OF F-12 @ 105-115 TEMPERATURE –45 TO FABRICATION 20µ DFT/ COAT 125° C BUT DESIGN PRIMER F-9 @ 65.3 No pre erection primer to be applied Only Amorcoat 738 from Amoron is available for this temperature range.1 14.2.2 DESIGN TEMPERATURE SURFACE PREPARATION PAINT SYSTEM TOTAL DFT IN IN °C MICRONS (MIN.2.TABLE 14.2 X 125 = 250 OR 3 75µ DFT COATS OF F-15= 3 X 80=240 OPERATING SSPC-SP-10 REPAIR OF PRE.1.1.1 14. 14. 14.2 14.0 : PAINTING UNDER INSULATION FOR INSULATED (HOT COLD SAFETY CARBON STEEEL. LOW ALLOY STEEL AND LTCS PIPING AND EQUIPMENT & TANKS -4 TO 125 SSPC-SP-10 REPAIR OF PRE. IN COLOY AND NICKEL LINES Page 31 of 49 .5 CYCLIC SERVICE-196 TO 480 EXCEPTING –45 TO 120 SSPC-SP-10 NONE 150 14.3 NO PAINTING REQUIRED FOR INSULATED MONEL.4 501 TO 1000 SSPC-SP-10 NONE 150 14.PIPING BELOW 0° C TO ALL ALUMINUM SHEETING WITH ALUMINUM FOIL AND CHLORIDE FREE MINERAL SEALANT MINUS TEMPRATURE CONTAINING BARIUM CHROMATE SHALL BE APPLIED 2 COATS OF F-14 @ 250 0 TO 120 SSPC-SP-10 ( 15-25µ NONE SURFACE PROFILE) 125µ DFT/ COAT 2 X 125 = 250 OR 3 COATS OF F-15= 3 X 80 = 240 121 TO 500 SSPC-SP-10 NONE 3 COATS OF F-12 @ 20µ DFT/ COAT 3 X 20 = 60 1 COAT OF AMERCOAT 738 @ 150µ DFT/ COAT 1 COAT OF AMERCOAT 738 @ 150µ DFT/ COAT 60 For other temprature ranges no painting is required under insulation.2.
2 Upto 65 NON FERROUS AND BRASS TUBE SHEETS SSPC-SP-10 PAINT SYSTEM FILED PAINT FINISH PAINT 1 COATS OF P-4 @ 2 COATS OF F-2 @ 40µ 8-10µ DFT/ COAT + DFT/ COAT 1 COAT OF P-6 @ 2 x 40 = 250 4µ DFT/ COAT 1 COATS OF P-4 @ 2 COATS OF F-7 @ 8µ DFT/ COAT 125µ DFT/ COAT 1 COATS OF P-6 @ 2 x 125 = 250 40µ DFT/ COAT TOTAL DFT IN MICRONS (MIN. CHANNELS.0 FIELD PAINTING SYSTEM FOR GI TOWERS/ NON-FERROUS TUBE SHEET S. 16.1 DESIGN TEMPERATURE IN °C Upto 65 SURFACE PREPARATION SSPC-SP-10 16.2 Upto 65 NON FERROUS AND BRASS TUBE SHEETS SSPC-SP-10 300 FOR FERROUS SURFACE NON TABLE 16. PARTITION PLATES.TABLE 15. END COVERS AND TUBE SHEETS ETC.) 290 REMARKS For C.) 130 REMARKS SHADE AS PER DEFENCE REQUIREMENTS 300 Page 33 of 49 . 15. S.0 : INTERNAL PROTECTION OF CARBON STEEL WATER BOXES AND TUBE SHEETS OF COOLERS/ CONDENSERS WATER BOXES. NO. NO. SURFACE PREPARATION SSPC-SP-10 PAINT SYSTEM PRIMER FINISH PAINT 1 COATS OF F-6 @ 2 COATS OF F-7 @ 40µ DFT/ COAT 125µ DFT/ COAT 2 x 125 = 250 1 COATS OF P-4 @ 2 COATS OF F-7 @ 8µ DFT/ COAT 125µ DFT/ COAT 1 COATS OF P-6 @ 2 x 125 = 250 40µ DFT/ COAT TOTAL DFT IN MICRONS (MIN.1 DESIGN TEMPERATURE IN °C Upto 65 15. S.
equipment.3 ALL KINDS OF WATER DRINKING WATER DE-MINERALISED WATER COOLING WATER BOILER FEED WATER CONDENSATE QUENCH WATER WASH WATER PROCESS WATER PROCESS WATER FIRE WATER SEA WATER STEAM VERY HIGH PRESSURE STEAM (VHP) HIGH PRESSURE STEAM (SH) MEDIUM PRESSURE STEAM (SH) LOW PRESSURE STEAM (SL) DILUTION STEAM/ PURGE STEAM COMPRESSED AIR PLANT AIR INSTRUMENT AIR NITROGEN OXYGEN CO2 Sea Gree -do-do-do-do-do-do-do-doFire red Sea Green Aluminiumto IS2339 -do-do-do-do- Signal Red French Blue Gulf Red Canary Yellow Grey Sky Blue -do-doCanary Yello -do-do- Signal Red Silver Grey French Blue Black White Light Grey - Page 34 of 49 . The storage building shall preferably be separate from adjacent building.1 SR.2 18. NO. Colour coding scheme for pipe.1 18. machinery & structure: DESCRIPTION GROUND COLOUR FIRST COLOUR BAND French Blue Gulf Red French Blue Gulf Red Light Brown Dark Grey Ganary Yellow Oxide Red Crimson Red White SECOND COLOUR BAND Signal Red Signal Red Canary Yellow 18.1.17. All necessary precautions shall be taken to prevent fire.126.96.36.199 17.0 18.1.1 shall be used.1 STORAGE All paints and painting materials shall be stored only in rooms to be arranged by contractor and approved by Engineer-in-Charge for the purpose. the colour code as per Table 18. A signboard bearing the words “ PAINT STORAGE NO NAKED LIGHTHIGHLY INFLAMMABLE” shall be clearly displayed outside. COLOUR CODE FOR PIPING For identification of pipeline. 18. Paint material for color-coding shall be as specified in this standard in clause.
G. Ground colours as given in Table 18.2 The colour code scheme is intended for identification of the individual group of the pipeline.3 .2.SR. DESCRIPTION GROUND COLOUR FIRST COLOUR BAND Grey Signal Red Oxide Red Service Brown Grey SECOND COLOUR BAND Dark Violet French Blue White - 18. on the metal cladding & on surfaces covered by Clause 2.5 ACIDS AND CHEMICALS SULFURIC ACID NITRIC ACID HYDROCHLORIC ACID ACETIC ACID CAUSTIC CHLORINE HYDRO CARBONS NAPTHAS PROPYLENE PROPYLENE C.6 Dark Admiralty Grey -do-do-do-do-do-doDark Admiralty Grey -do-do-do-do-do-do-do-doLight Brown -do-do- Brilliant Green -do-do-doGulf Red Canary Yellow Black Light Grey Signal Red Light Grey Signal Grey Brilliant Green White Brilliant Green Signal Green Brilliant Gren -do-do- Black Smoke Grey Gulf Red French Blue Black Black Brilliant Green Canary Yellow Gulf Red Black Light Brown Dark Violet - 18. LPG ACETYLENE SWEET GAS Canary Yellow -do-do-do-do- 18. At battery limit points Page 35 of 49 18.1. Colour band(s) shall be applied at the following location.4 GASES FUEL GAS AND SOUR GAS CHARGE GAS RESIDUE GAS.1. The system of colour coding of a ground colour and colour bands superimposed on it.1 shall be applied throughout the entire length for uninsulated pipes.2. NO. (LIQ) ETHYLENE GLYCOL ETHYLENE DICHLORIDE BENZENE BUTADIENE ETHANE(LIQ) PROPYLENE(LIQ) ETHYLENE(LIQ) TAR AROMATIC GASOLINE METHANOL (LIQ) PYROLYSIS GASOLINE MIXED C4(LIQ) LPG(LIQ) KEROSENE DIESEL OIL (WHITE) DIESEL OIL (BLACK) DARK Violet -do-do-dosmoke Grey Canary Yellow Briliant Green French Blue Signal Red Silver Grey Light Orange Dark Violet Light Orange -do-do-do-do- 18.1. ground colour coating of minimum 2m length or of adequate length not to be mistaken as colour band shall be applied at places requiring colour bands. a.
4.2 Colour band(s) shall be arranged in the sequence shown in Table 18.4.3 18. minimum width of any band shall be as per Clause 18. such as midway of each piping way. on either side of pipe culverts. At start and terminating points.4. nominal pipe size means the outside diameter of insulation.1 Note: For insulated pipes.1 Identification Sign Flow direction shall be indicated by an arrow in the location stated in Para a. Nominal pipe size figures are to be inches. For zong stretch/ xard piping at 50M interval. 18.c & d and as directed by Engineer-in-charge.5.5 18.5. Intersection points & change of direction points in piping ways.4.2 18.4 18. Product names shall be marked at pump inlet. walls. a hazard marking of diagonal strips 18.b. outlet and battery limit in a suitable size as approved by Engineer-in-charge.4 18. near valves. Colour Bands As a rule minimum width of colour band shall conform to the following table: Nominal Pipe Size 3” NB and below Above 3” NB upto 6” NB Above 8” NB upto 12” OD Above 12” OD Width : L(mm) 25mm 50mm 75mm 100mm 18. d.1 and the sequence follows the direction of flow. c.3 Page 36 of 49 .b. Size of arrow shall be either of those given in 18. 18. Other points. junction joints of services appliances. e. Colours of arrows shall be black or white and in contrast to the colour on which they are superimposed.5.5.1. Whenever it is required by the Engineer-in-charge to indicate that a pipeline carries a hazardous material. The relative proportional width of the first colour band to the subsequent bands shall be 4:1.5.
0 20. 20.of black and golden yellow as epr IS:2379 shall be painted on the ground colour. d. PIPING ETC. IDENTIFICATION OF VESSELS. Compressor and other machinery Piping 19. Line number n black or white shall be stencilled on all the pipelines of more than one location as directed by Engineer-in-charge.2 Identification of storage tanks The storage tanks shall be marked as detailed in the drawing.6 Wherever it is required by the Engineer-in-charge to indicate that a pipeline carries a hazardous material.1 PAINTING FOR CIVIL DEFENCE REQUIREMENTS Following items shall be painted for camouflaging if required by the client. b.0 19.2 All columns All tanks in offsites Large vessels Spheres 150mm(high) 50mm (high) 40-150mm 19. size of letters printed shall be as below : Column & Vessels Pump. a hazard marking of diagonal strips of black and golden yellow as per IS:2379 shall be painted on the ground colour. c. 18. column. a.3 and as per the instructions of Engineer-in-charge. 20. Page 37 of 49 . equipment & machinery (insulated or uninsulated) after painting.1 Two coats of selected finishing paint as per defence requirement shall be applied in a particular pattern as per 20. Equipment number shall be stencilled in black or white on each vessel.
Surface preparation Primer application Each coat of paint 188.8.131.52.6 20. Contractor shall arrange to have such tests performed including batchwise test of wet paints for physical & chemical analysis. The painting work shall be subject to inspection by Engineer-in-Charge at all times.3. following stagewise inspection will be performed and contractor shall offer the work for inspection and approval of every stage before proceeding with the next stage.7 21.2 20. b.3. The patches should not coincide with corners.1 Method of Camouflaging Disruptive painting for camouflaging shall be done in three colours in the ratio of 5:3:2 (all matt finish). All costs there shall be borne by the contractor. Dark Green 5: Light Green 3: Dark Medium Brown 2 20. Stages of inspection are as follows: a. The record of inspection shall ne maintained in the registers. Slits and holes shall be painted and dark shades.2 21.4 20.3. Engineer-in-Charge at his discretion. Width of patches should be 1 to 2 meters.3 Page 38 of 49 .3. may call for tests for paint formulations.3 20.0 21. INSPECTION AND TESTING All painting materials including primers and thinners brought to site by contractor for application shall be procured directly from manufacturers as per specifications and shall be accompanied by manufacturer’s test certificates. c.5 20. The patches should be inclined at 30 degree to 60 degree to the horizontal. The patches should be continuous where two surfaces meet at an angle. Paint formulations without certificates are not acceptable. In particular.3.1 21.3 The patches should be asymmetrical and irregular.
Dry film thickness (DFT) shall be checked and recorded after application of each coat and extra coat of paint should be applied to make-up the DFT specified without any extra cost to owner. in the presence of inspector nominated by Engineer-in-Charge. This service should be free of cost and without any obligation to the owner. Redd oxide zinc chromate or zinc chromate or Red lead primer etc. 21. corners. Dry film thickness of each coat.4 Primer Application After surface preparation the primer should be applied to cover the crevices. g. record should inculde type of shop primer already applied on equipment e.7 Prior to application of paints on surface of chimneys the thickness of the individual coat shall be checked by application of each coat of same paint on M. Irrespective of the inspection. This shall be approved by Engineer-in-Charge before application of paints on surface of chimney. Any defect noticed during the various stages of inspection shall be rectified by the contractor to the entire satisfaction of Engineer-in-Charge before proceeding further. Holiday directors and pinhole detector and positector whenever required for checking in case of immersion conditions.8 Page 39 of 49 . At the discretion of Engineer-in-Charge. repair and approval at intermidiate stages of work. the paint manufacturer must provide the expert technical service at site as and when required.5 The shades of successive coats should be slightly different in colour in order to ensure application of individual coats. S test panel. surface profile guage for checking of surface profile in case of blast cleaning. sharp edges etc. the extra cost should have prior approval of Engineer-in-Charge. The contractor shall provide standard thickness measurement instrument with appropriate ranges(s) for measuring. Contractor shall be responsible for making good any defects found during final inspection/ guarantee period/ defect liability period as defined in general condition of contract. the thickness of each coat and complete coverage should be checked as per provision of this specification.6 21. This should be approved by Engineer-in-Charge before application of successive coats. This thickness of each coat shall be checked as per provision of this specification. as 21. 21. The thickness of paint on test panel shall be determined by using guage such as ‘Elkomere’.In addition to above. 21.
. GUARANTEE The contractor shall guarantee that the chemical and physical properties of paint materials used are in accordance with the specifications contained herein/ to be provided during execution of work. inspector. inspector surface perpetrator and paint applicator must be conversant with the standards referred in this specification the contractors capacity. The contractor shall arrange for spot checking of paint materials for Sp. specified in the specifications. 21. paint application and inspection. Gr. flow time (ford cup) and spreading rate. paint applicator. The contractor supervisor. capability and competency requirements for the job shall be quantified in the tender document and shall be assessed by an EIL team before awarding any job.0 22. projects under this standard must have necessary equipments. The thickness should be measured at as many points/ locations as decided by Engineer-in-Charge and shall be within + 10% of the dry thickness. 21.1 22.2 23. The Engineer-in-Charge shall have the right the test wet samples of paint at random.it would be in the interest of the manufacturer to ensure that both surface preparation and application are carried out as per their recommendations. for quality of same as stipulated in clause 11 above. The contractor must have qualified trained and experienced surface preparation. QUALIFICATION CRITERIA OF PAINTING CONTRACTOR Painting contractor who is awarded any job for EIL.9 Final inspection shall include measurement of paint dry film thickness. and supervisors. machinery. Adhesion Holiday detection check of finish and workmanship.10 22. The contractor shall produce test report from manufacturer regarding the quality of the particular batch of paint supplied.0 Page 40 of 49 . Batch test report of manufacturer’s for each batch paint supplied shall be made available by the contractor. tool and tackles for surface preparation.
as per the testing code. The manufacturer(s) shall be qualified based on the result of these tests and other assessment and the Company’s decision in this regard shall be final and binding on the manufacturer. testing agency. contact personnel of the Govt. laboratory in sealed containers with batch no. 24.0 PROCEDURE FOR APPROVAL OF NEW COATING MATERIALS AND MANUFACTURER’S Following procedure is recommended to be followed for approval of new manufacturers.24.2 24. No. and test certificate on regular format of manufacturer’s testing laboratory. Kanpur DMSRDE. Samples of coating should be submitted to the Govt. Mumbai BIS Laboratory UDCT. and manufacturer’s test certificate should ne enclosed alongwith the report. Hayderabad HBTI. Kanpur IIT.1 The manufacturer should arrange testing of the inorganic zinc silicate coating materials as per the list of tests given in para 24. Suggested government laboratories are: RRL. testing agency coloured photographs of test panels should be taken before and after the test should be enclosed alongwith test report. All test panels should be prepared by govt. details of sample submitted for testing name of Govt. date.4 Manufacturers should intimate the company. Test reports contain details of observation and rusting if any. Calcutta PDIL 24. Sample batch.5 below from one of the reputed Government laboratories. testing agency. At the end of the test the manufacturer should submit the test report to the company for approval. Mumbai RITES. Page 41 of 49 .3 24. The sampling shall be certificate and sealed by a citifying agency.
24.5 Tests required for evaluation of acceptance of coating materials for offshore application. Salt Spray for 2000 hrs. Test Density Dipping properties Film Characteristics Drying time Flexibility Hardness Adhesion Abrasion resistance DFT/ Coat Storage Stability Resistance to Humidity for 2000 hrs. Page 42 of 49 . Accelerated Weathering % Zn in DFT 24.6 ASTM Test Method D 1475 D 823 D 1640 D 1737/ D 522 D 3363 D 2197 D 968/ D 1044 AS PER SSPC GUIDELINES D 1849 D 2247 B 117 D 822 G 53 Coating system for panel test shall be decided after discussion with MECON.
Berger Paints Ltd.0 4. Note: This list subjected to revision based fresh approval which will be intimated to PDD/ Vendor Cell.0 16.0 6. Mumbai Sunil Paints and Varnishes Pvt.0 3. Japan Hempel Paint.0 15.0 17.0 5. Mumabai CDC Carboline Ltd.) Ltd.0 Sigma Coating.0 2. Coromandel Paints & Chemicals Ltd. Courtaulds Coating & Sealants India (Pvt. USA Courtaulds Coating. Mark-chem Incorporated. Anupam Enterprises Grand Polycoats Bombay Paints Ltd. USA Valspar Corporation. Ltd. Shalimar Paints Ltd.0 5.0 7. Mumbai (for phosphating chemicals only) VCM Polyurethane Paint (for polyurethane Paint only) FOREIGN VENDORS FOR OVERSEAS PRODUCTS 1. Goodlass Nerlolac Paints Ltd.0 6. Singapore Ameron. UK.0 13.0 2. Vanaprabha Esters & Glycer.0 14.0 Asian Paints(I) Ltd. Page 43 of 49 .0 11.0 9.0 4.0 8.0 3.0 12. USA Kansai Paint.0 10.ANNEXURE-I LIST OF RECOMMENDED MANUFACTURERS Indian Vendors 1. Sigma Coating. Premier Products Ltd. Jenson And Nicholson Paint Ltd & chokuGu Jenson & Nicholson Ltd.
CHIOROKOTE ZINC PHOSPHATE PRIMER GREY SIGMA NUCOL UNICOAT 7321 - TUFFKOTE ETC PRIMER SIGMA COVER PRIMER (7413) - EPIGUARD 4 ZINC PHOSPHATE PRIMER GREY COLTURE CM PRIMER 7412 CARBOLINE 893 P-15/3A U-16/92 TUFFKOTE ZILICATE TL SIGMASIL MC (7568) CARBOZINC 11 U17/ 92 ETHYL SILICATE INORGANIC ZINC - 9. PRIMER PRODUCTS LTD.PH PRIMER RO PC 168 LINSOL HIGH BUILD ZP PRIMER P4 ETCH PRIMER/ WASH PRIMER APCONYL WP 636 (PC 335) BISON WASH PRIMER AMERCOAT 187 P6 EPOXY ZINC PH. MANUFACTURER NAME P2 CHLORINATED RUBBER Zp PRIMER ASIOCHL OR HB. SIGMA COATING CDC CARBOLINE LTD. ANUPAM ENTERPRISES 4. PH. ZN.ZP-PC433 EPILUX 610 AMERCOAT 71 F9 INORGANIC ZINC SILICATE PRIMER/ COATING APCOCIL 605 ZINC ANODE 304 DIMET COTE-9 1. AMERON/ GODDLASS NEROLAC PAINTS LTD. CORAMANDEL PAINTS CHEMICALS LTD. AND CHOKUGU JENSON NICHOLSON SHALIMAR PAINTS LTD. PRIMER APCODUR HB. 8. JENSOLAC CHLORINATED RUBBER HB ZN.PH. RO. PH. HIGH BILD PRIMER ANUPAM ANILICOR A-EZP500 Page 44 of 49 . No. PRIMER ANUCHLOR ZP PRIMER CPC WASH PRIMER 10. COROCLORE CR HB. BARGER PAINT LTD. 3. ASIAN PAINTS (I) LTD. ANUPRIME 291 COROPEX EPOXY ZH. 6. 2. PRIMER J & N ETCH PRIMER EPILAC ZINC PHOSPHATE PRIMER - 5. JENSON & NICHOSON PAINTS LTD. 7. ZN.LIST OF RECOMMENDED MANUFACTURER’S PRODUCTS S.
COURTAULDS COATING LTD. EPOXY CQ SPECIAL ZINC PHOSPHATE PRIMER JOTACOTE – 2 19. LTD. THEMPEL MAKINE PAINTS VANAPRABHA ESTERS & GLYCERIDES. KCC PRODUCTS (KOREA) EZ 180(N) Page 45 of 49 . 11. - 15.LIST OF RECOMMENDED MANUFACTURER’S PRODUCTS (Contd…) S. 12. SUNIL PAINTS AND VARNISHED PVT. NO. - INTERZINC 17. 16. - 14. MANUFACTURER’S NAME GRAND POLYCOATS BOMBAY PAINTS LTD. 18. MARK-CHEM INCOPORATED. (FOR PHOSPHATING CHEMICAL ONLY) VCM POLYURETHANE PAINTS (FOR POLY EURETHANE PAINTS ONLY) JOTUN PAINTS P2 GP CHILOROPRIME 601 HEMPA TEX HIGHBUILD 4633 VEGCHLOR HB PRIMER 1143 SUNCHLOR HB ZINC PHOSPHATE PRIMER RUST PREVENTIVE LIQUID DRSAIO P4 GP PPRIME 401 PENTOLITE WASH PRIMER 8520 VEG WASH PRIMER 1181 SUN WASH P6 HEMPEL’S SHOP PRIMER E-1530 VEGPOX 1241 Z/ P SUNPOXY ZINC PHOSPHATE PRIMER INTERGARD 251 F9 GALVASOL 1570 13.
7. BARGER PAINT LTD. MANUFACTURER NAME F2 ACRYLIC-POLY YURETHANE FINISH PAINT APCOTHANE CF76 (PC 1109) BARGER THANE ENAMEL (81) F3 CHLORINATED RUBBER FINISH PAINT ASIOCHLOR CF 621 (PC 161) LINOSOL CHLORINATED RUBBER HB COATING AMERCOAT 515 F6 HIGH BUILD FINISH PAINT APCODUR HB COATING 9466 EPILUX 04 AND 78 HB EPOXY COATING AMER COAT 383 HS F7 HIGH BUILD COAL TAR EPOXY COATING APCODUR CF 300 EPILUX 555 1. CORAMANDEL PAINTS CHEMICALS ANUPAM ENTERPRISES GRAND POLYCOATS AMERCOAT 450GL AMERCOAT 78 HB J & N 993 HB POLYURETHANE FINISH PAINT. SIGMA COATING CDC CARBOLINE LTD. COAL TAR EPOXY COATING COROPEX EPOXY COAL TAR COATING COROGUARD POLYGUARD GE SHALITHANE FINISH EPIGARD KL FINISH SIGMA COVER CM 7456 CARBOLINE 191 42B/ 4A HIGH BUILD EPOXY COROPEX EPOXY HB COATING DURACOAT-6000 GP GUARD HP 234 6. JENSON & NICHOSON PAINTS LTD. AMERON/ GODDLASS NEROLAC PAINTS LTD. No. 10. 8. 5. 132 GP BOND 141 SIGMA NUCOL FINISH 7308 CR-71 FINISH PAINT COROCLORE CR FINISHING ANUCHLOR HB ENAMEL GP CHILOROGAURD 631 Page 46 of 49 . JENSON HB CHLORINATED RUBBER FINISH PAINT CHLORKOTE FINISH EPILAC 981 ENAMEL EPILAC SOLVENTLESS COAT TAR EPOXY COATING BIPIGARD’S BLACK HB COAL TAR EPOXY COATING COLTURIET TCN 300 CARBOMASTIC-14 350B/ 3A. 9.) S. 11. 2. PRIMER PRODUCTS LTD. AND CHOKUGU JENSON NICHOLSON SHALIMAR PAINTS LTD. 3. SIGMADOUR HS SEMIGLOSS 7530 CARBOLINE 132 U3/ 92 POLYURETHANE ANUTHANE ENAMEL GP COAT 131.LIST OF RECOMMENDED MANUFACTURER’S PRODUCTS (Contd…. ASIAN PAINTS (I) LTD. 4.
/ PAINTS VANAPRABHA ESTERS & GLYCERIDES.LIST OF RECOMMENDED MANUFACTURER’S PRODUCTS S. PIPCOTHANE ALIPHATIC POLYURETHANE FINISH PAINT HARDTOP AS PENGUARD KOPOX TOPCOAT HB ET 5740 JOTAGUARD 85 EH 173 18. 13. (FOR PHOSPHATE PAINTS ONLY) VCM POLYURETHANE PAINTS (FOR POLY EURETHANE PAINTS ONLY) JOTUN PAINTS KCC PRODUCTS (KOREA) F2 PENTATHANE FP 4510 VEGTHANE FP 3641 F3 HEMPATEX HIBUILD 4633 VEGCHLOR FP 3140 F6 HEMPADUR HIGH BUILD 5520 VEGPOX. LTD. S. SUNTHANE (ALIPHATIC) SUNCHLOR HB CR COATING - LPOXY BLACK P. NO. 16. MANUFACTURER’S NAME BOMBAY PAINTS LTD.3265 VEGPOX 3562 LPOXY HB ‘PS 901’ INTEGARD EM SERIES F7 HEMPADUR 1510 VEGPOX 4265 14. MARK-CHEM INCOPORATED. SUNIL PAINTS AND VARNISHED PVT. COURTAULDS COATING LTD. 12. 19. 551 INTERTUF JXA 006/ 007/ 010 15. INTERTHANE 17. Page 47 of 49 .
MANUFACTURER’S NAME F-8 EPOXY MASTIC COATING SURFACE TOLERANT APCODOR CF 640 PROTECTOMASTIC AMERLOCK 400 FERROTECT SYNTHETIC RUBBER H/R ALUMINUM PAINT 4000 HEAT RESISTING LUSTROL ALUMINUM HIGH TEMPERATURE RESISTANT EPOXY SUSTEM UPTO 200° C 4062 CARBOLINE 1248 F-11 HEAT RESISTANCE SYNTHETIC MEDIUM ALUMINUM PAINT ASIAN HR ALUMINUM PAINT (PC 300) FERROLOT HR ALUMINUM PANT F-12 HEAT RESISTANCE SILICON AL. PAINT HR SILICON ALUMINUM PAINT (PC 189) BARGER HEAT RISISTANT SILICON ALUMINUM PAINT AMERCOAT 878 FERRLOTECT SILICON HEAT RESISTANCE 1000 1. AND CHOKUGU JENSON NICHOLSON SHALIMAR PAINTS LTD. CORAMANDEL PAINTS CHEMICALS ANUPAM ENTERPRISES CARBOMASTIC-15 HB EPOXY MATIC 150B/ 150A ANUMASTIC-102 CARBOLINE 4674 SILVOTOL HR ALUMINUM PAINT - CPC SILICONE HR ALUMINUM PAINT ANUPAM HEAT GUARD Page 48 of 49 . 8. 2. PRIMER PRODUCTS LTD. 4. JENSON & NICHOSON PAINTS LTD. 10. CDC CARBOLINE LTD. AMERON/ GODDLASS NEROLAC PAINTS LTD. SIGMA COATING 5. NO. EPIPLUS 56 SIGMA ETPC ALUMINUM LUSTOTHERM HIGH TEMP ALUMINUM PAINT AROSTA FINISH HR 7. 3. 6. ASIAN PAINTS (I) LTD. 9. BARGER PAINT LTD.LIST OF RECOMMENDED MANUFACTURER’S PRODUCTS S.
(FOR PHOSPHATE PAINTS ONLY) VCM POLYURETHANE PAINTS (FOR POLY EURETHANE PAINTS ONLY) JOTUN PAINTS KCC PRODUCTS (KOREA) F8 GP PRIME GUARD 235 HEMPADUR 1708 VEGEPOX MASTIC 2255 LPOXY HIGHBUILD P. LTD.S. MANUFACTURER’S NAME GRAND POLYCOATS BOMBAY PAINTS LTD. COURTAULDS COATING LTD. MARK-CHEM INCOPORATED. 12.901 INTERPLUX F11 KANGAROO HHR ALUMINUM 4950 VEG HR AL PAINT TO IS211339 HEMPADUR HIGH BUILD 5520 VEG HHR AL PAINT TO 600°C INTERTHERM 50 F12 17./ HEMPEL MARINE PAINTS VANAPRABHA ESTERS & GLYCERIDES. JOTUMATIC 87 EH 4158H SOLVELITT HEAT RESISTANT SILICON PAINT QT 606 Page 49 of 49 . SUNIL PAINTS AND VARNISHED PVT.LIST OF RECOMMENDED MANUFACTURER’S PRODUCTS S. 19. 13. - 18. 11. 14. NO. 15. 16.
MEC/S/05/62/08 (PROCESS & PIPING DESIGN SECTION) MECON LIMITED DELHI .110 092 .SPECIFICATION FOR REPAIR OF PIPELINE CORROSION COATING SPECIFICATION NO.
MECON LIMITED DELHI PROCESS & PIPING DESIGN SECTION NEW DELHI STANDARD SPECIFICATION TITLE REPAIR OF PIPELINE CORROSION COATING SPECIFICATION NO. SCOPE MATERIAL AND EQUIPMENT APPLICATION PROCEDURE INSPECTION/ TEST PREPARED BY CHECKED BY APPROVED BY . 4. MEC/S/05/62/08 PAGE 1 OF 3 REVISION 0 CONTENTS 1. 3. 2.
0 SCOPE : This specification covers the minimum requirement of material and equipment. APPLICATION PROCEDURE Application procedure shall be as per manufacturer's recommendations and as per the following guidelines ( ref. Deteriorated/decomposed materials shall not be used. MEC/S/05/62/08 PAGE 2 OF 3 REVISION 0 1.MECON LIMITED DELHI PROCESS & PIPING DESIGN SECTION NEW DELHI STANDARD SPECIFICATION TITLE REPAIR OF PIPELINE CORROSION COATING SPECIFICATION NO. Material shall be stored in sheltered storages in the manufacturer's original packing and away from direct sunlight and in accordance with manufacturer's recommendations.1 2. 2. 1. Preheating : Preheat the exposed bare metal surface to about 60°C and adjacent pipe coating to about 47°C with a torch moved back and forth over the surface. installation procedure and inspection of repair of damaged polyethylene coatings on steel pipes. scraper or power brush.2 2. 2. The repair material shall be : • • Repair patch shall be cross linked polyolefin with semi-crystalline thermoplastic adhesive (PERP patch make of RAYCHEM or equivalent ). Scrap off the damaged area and adjacent coating to remove oil.0 . Fig: 1 ) Preparation : Remove coating from damaged area with knife. grease. Filler mastic : PERPFILLER make of RAYCHEM or equivalent.1 The repair shall be carried out using repair patch made of radiation crosslinked Polyolefin backing.0 2.equipment and manpower required for a skillful and adequate application in the field in accordance with the specification. coated on the inside with semi-crystalline thermoplastic Adhesive and filler mastic MATERIAL AND EQUIPMENT CONTRACTOR shall supply all .3 The material shall not be older than their period of validity at the time of Application by CONTRACTOR.4 3. ruse dirt and moisture.
The mastic is heated and smoothed down with a paint scraper to cover all bare metal in a manner such that all entrapped air is removed. Inspection of repaired patch shall be conducted only after it has cooled below 50°C. 5. It shall be smoothed down to confirm with the contour of lap. This shall be followed by application of repair patch as described above. The entire surface of the repaired section shall be inspected by means of a full circle holiday detector approved by company set to a DC Voltage of at least 25 KV.0 HOLIDAY INSPECTION The holiday detector used shall be checked and calibrated easily with an accurate D. There shall be no sign of punctures or pin holes or bend failure. air entrapment or void formation. scratches which do not indicate holiday during holiday inspection. Application of repair tape : Cut a patch from the tape in a manner such that it extends 50 mm beyond the damaged area. and shall be freed of any air bubbles or wrinkles. MEC/S/05/62/08 PAGE 3 OF 3 REVISION 0 Application of the Filler : Plastic filler shall be applied to all exposed metal surface. position it over the damaged area.MECON LIMITED DELHI PROCESS & PIPING DESIGN SECTION NEW DELHI REPAIR OF PIPELINE CORROSION COATING STANDARD SPECIFICATION TITLE SPECIFICATION NO. dirt etc. Voltmeter. . free from dimples. No repaired point shall be covered or lowered in the trench until it has been approved by the COMPANY. oil grease.C. 4. following procedure shall be adopted : The defect area shall be roughened to remove loose polyethylene coating.0 INSPECTION. TEST A visual inspection shall be carried out for the following: Mastic extrusion on ends of the patch shall be examined. The external appearance of the patch shall be smooth. The detector electrode shall be in direct contact with the surface of coating to be inspected. The entire repair patch shall have changed colour uniformly. For cosmetic type of defects such as minor gauging tearing. heat until the temperature sensitive paint on the outside of the patch changes colour.
SPECIFICATION FOR DOCUMENTATION FOR PIPELINE CONSTRUCTION SPECIFICATION NO. MEC/S/05/62/09R (PROCESS & PIPELINE DESIGN SECTION) MECON LIMITED DELHI .110 092 \\Akjha\work contrac\standard TS for Pipe Line WC (Vol-II) MASTER FOLDER\69 documentation for pipeline construction\Specification for Documentation for PL Const .69.doc .
0 SCOPE RECORDS AS-BUILT DRAWINGS AND PIPE BOOK \\Akjha\work contrac\standard TS for Pipe Line WC (Vol-II) MASTER FOLDER\69 documentation for pipeline construction\Specification for Documentation for PL Const .CONTENTS 1.doc .0 2.69.0 3.
reports and drawings for all aspects of pipeline construction to be prepared by Contractor and submitted to the Company at intervals as described in this specification and as directed by Company.doc Page 1 of 8 . calculation.1 Daily • • • • Separate progress reports of all crews Daily welding results and repairs Actual weather conditions Application for deviations.3 2. drawings etc. if any \\Akjha\work contrac\standard TS for Pipe Line WC (Vol-II) MASTER FOLDER\69 documentation for pipeline construction\Specification for Documentation for PL Const . methodology statement. weekly. This shall as minimum include.0 1. monthly and after completion to the Company. various records and reports for Company’s documentation purpose during and immediately after the construction.69. but not limited to the following : 2. records.2 1. 1.0 RECORDS Contractor shall submit daily. review or approval as per the requirements of all other specification included in the Contract between the Company and Contractor. This specification shall be read in conjunction with the conditions of all specifications and document included in the Contract between Company and Contractor. All document required to prepared and submitted by Contractor as per this specification shall be in addition to the various reports. to be submitted by the Contractor for Company’s record.1.1 SCOPE This specification covers the minimum requirements of various records.
chainage Required approval from Company Progress planned Reports of manning of all crews. equipment and plant Report of equipment and plant Report of accidents Report of damages Report of acquired release.• • • • • 2.2 Accidents Damages Activities required from Company Materials Receipts Urgently required materials Weekly • • • • • • • • • • • • Up-to-date list of confirmed site instruction issued by Company Materials `taken over’ Material defects and repairs Outstanding activities of Company List of installed markers.doc Page 2 of 8 . permits \\Akjha\work contrac\standard TS for Pipe Line WC (Vol-II) MASTER FOLDER\69 documentation for pipeline construction\Specification for Documentation for PL Const .69.
security report. approved deviations. blasting. Time schedule. Minutes of meeting with Company with comments. material receipt. material balance. Contractor shall supply (for approval if required to the Company with document such as but not limited : • • • Organogram for construction work. (Revised) list of approved coaters. Guarantee from vendors and sub-contractor. • • • • • • • • \\Akjha\work contrac\standard TS for Pipe Line WC (Vol-II) MASTER FOLDER\69 documentation for pipeline construction\Specification for Documentation for PL Const . Bio-data of key personnel (including foremen). Material certificates. (Revised) list of address of personnel in particular of medical staff.3 Priced variations Required materials for next month Monthly • Progress report for payment.• • 2. Acquired permits and/ or approvals from Authorities. safety and security offers.4 Further. report of accidents.doc Page 3 of 8 .69. if any. temporary works. (Revised) list of approved sub-contractors. health and environment report. bouyance. 2. safety report. Calculations. if any.
instruments. welder qualification. Vendors drawings. Coating procedure.• • • Drawings issued by Contractor. painting) Computerised Potential Logging Test Water Samples Cleaning. As-built of route maps.69. stacking. Pigging Report before Hydrostatic Test Hydrostatic Test Calibration Test Blasting Trials Equipment certificate (dead weight tester. vessels. Installation of crossings. welding. alignment sheets. Radiographic report alongwith original radiographs Pipe and welding book. radiographic procedure qualification. fencing.doc Page 4 of 8 . Reports Material tests (coating. Hydrostatic testing. equipment) Manuals • • • • • • • • • \\Akjha\work contrac\standard TS for Pipe Line WC (Vol-II) MASTER FOLDER\69 documentation for pipeline construction\Specification for Documentation for PL Const . details drawings and isometric drawings. Blasting. Welding procedure qualification records. Procedures such as surveying.
1 AS-BUILT DRAWINGS AND PIPE BOOK General Contractor shall prepare “as-built” drawings of all by or on behalf of Company issued drawings and of all Contractor work drawings including vendor drawing. \\Akjha\work contrac\standard TS for Pipe Line WC (Vol-II) MASTER FOLDER\69 documentation for pipeline construction\Specification for Documentation for PL Const . Size. Contractor shall submit to company colour photographs of various construction activities/ operations at regular intervals. such as but not limited to : For Pipeline Section : Route Maps Alignment Sheets Detail Drawings (road.5 Major water crossings Waste disposal Disposal of water after hydrostatic test.doc Page 5 of 8 . The duration of video recording shall be of ½ hour and shall cover all aspects of the job. major water crossings. Also Contractor shall make video recordings of all operations right from the start of construction till the completion of the work. Contractor and submit edited master tape plus six copies of video recording in VHS formats or any format ordered by the Company. Upon completion of the work. minor water crossings. railway. 3. number and frequency of the photographs shall be mutually agreed upon at a later stage.0 3.2. covering to the extent as instructed by Company and submit to Company.69. valley crossings) Isometric drawings of installations Special installation Further Contractor shall prepare a pipe Weld Book.
and grades. Change of wall thickness. remarks in green and unchanged parts in yellow. Contractor shall update the diskettes for drawings issued for construction of the job.If required by the Company. Location and details of crossing pipes. Vertical Level with regard to Mean Sea Level of pipeline and grade. The required measurement for “as-built” drawing shall be executed by Contractor by experienced. Location and type of bends. anchoring. Contractor shall prepare “as-built” drawings based on these data.69. Location and type of coating.2 “As-Built” Drawings Contractor shall prepare a complete set of “as-built” drawings. Deleted parts shall be indicated in red. vents. fittings etc. Location and type of weighting. points of intersection. 3. Contractor shall prepare and submit a specimen of the layout of the drawings for Company’s approval.doc Page 6 of 8 . qualified surveyors. Said drawings shall be kept at site and be available to Company at all times. Location and details of valves. From the start of construction. fencing. insulating flanges. one revised film transparency of all drawing made “as-built” by Contractor containing the “as-built” information shall be handed over to Company as well as one complete set of CD ROM/ floppy diskettes as specified by Company. Contractor shall on daily basis process any changes in two sets of drawings. Location and type of markers. \\Akjha\work contrac\standard TS for Pipe Line WC (Vol-II) MASTER FOLDER\69 documentation for pipeline construction\Specification for Documentation for PL Const . materials. The surveyors shall daily take care of all measurement required such as but not limited to: Horizontal location of pipeline with regard to deviations and Permanent Grid Pillars. On completion of the work. new parts in blue.
Length brought forward (for pipes and other materials). Length to bring forward (for pipes and other materials). number of insulators. Alignment sheet number and atleast the location thereon of two welds on every page of the pipe Book.- Location of further appurtenance (Pig-Signallers) Location of ROU and of pipeline with respect to ROU. seals.3 Nameplates of Equipment All permanent equipment supplied and installed by Contractor shall be provided with plates by Contractor. 3. Details of bank protection. for which the data as mentioned in or required for the Pipe and Welding Book can be identified and these drawings can also be used for material accounting.69. Type of road pavement. Contractor shall also prepare isometric drawings of all installation (facilitates) etc.doc Page 7 of 8 . 3. Type of soil. Further. Type of rock Type of blasting and ripping. Diameter of pipeline Length of each pipe \\Akjha\work contrac\standard TS for Pipe Line WC (Vol-II) MASTER FOLDER\69 documentation for pipeline construction\Specification for Documentation for PL Const .4 Pipe Book Every page of the pipe and Welding Book shall mention: Data relevant to the project and section there of. Sequential number. Sand padding. All texts shall be submitted to Company for approval before plates may be manufactured.
Contractor shall update the “Issued for construction” drawings issued by the Company. Software used for the preparation of these documents shall be as follows: Type document a) Reports/ Documents b) Drawings Software MS Office Auto CAD For the purpose of preparation of as-built drawings.e. 3. Sample format of Pipe Book shall be submitted for Company approval.5 As-Built Documents Contractor shall prepare all documents in the prescribed format as indicated below. It shall be the Contractor’s responsibility to covert the drawings furnished by the Company in hard copy into CAD drawings including scanning.- Wall thickness Pipe number Heat number. Contractor shall identify all pipe elements.69. In addition to the three hard copies. CD ROM/ floppy diskettes. \\Akjha\work contrac\standard TS for Pipe Line WC (Vol-II) MASTER FOLDER\69 documentation for pipeline construction\Specification for Documentation for PL Const . In order to achieve this.doc Page 8 of 8 . three copies of final documents shall also be submitted in electronic media i. As-built drawings shall be prepared only on AutoCAD drawings. digitising and converting the drawings into a suitable format compatible with the AutoCAD and above. certificate number Cut and re-numbered pipe ends Coating type Date of stringing Date of welding Direction of working Heat treatment Equipment used for radiography Limits of water crossings Test pressure and date of test.
110 092 Document2 .SPECIFICATION FOR PIPELINE MARKERS SPECIFICATION NO. MEC/S/05/62/10 (PROCESS & PIPING DESIGN SECTION) MECON LIMITED DELHI .
0 7.0 4.0 9.0 SCOPE REFERENCE CODES AND DRAWINGS GENERAL AERIAL MARKERS KILOMETRE MARKERS PIPELINE WARNING SIGN ROW BOUNDARY MARKERS DIRECTION MARKERS NAVIGABLE WATERWAY PIPELINE CROSSING WARNING SIGN REFERENCE DRAWINGS MECON STANDARD DRAWINGS MEC/SD/05/62/10/01 MEC/SD/05/62/10/02 MEC/SD/05/62/10/03 MEC/SD/05/62/10/04 MEC/SD/05/62/10/05 MEC/SD/05/62/10/06 : : : : : K.0 6. POST TYPICAL ROW BOUNDARY MARKER AERIAL MARKER DIRECTION MARKER : PIPELINE WARNING SIGN NAVIGABLE WATERWAY PIPELINE CROSSING WARNING SIGN PREPARED BY CHECKED BY APPROVED BY Document2 . MEC/S/05/62/10 PAGE 1 OF 4 REVISION 0 CONTENTS 1.0 3.0 5.M.MECON LIMITED REGD.0 2. OFF: RANCHI (BIHAR) PROCESS & PIPING DESIGN SECTION NEW DELHI STANDARD SPECIFICATION TITLE PIPELINE MARKERS SPECIFICATION NO.0 8.
MECON LIMITED REGD. MEC/S/05/62/10 PAGE 2 OF 4 REVISION 0 1.2 2.0 3.1 GENERAL CONTRACTOR shall supply. CONTRACTOR shall prepare and submit for COMPANY's approval the detailed scheme for the marker plates as applicable for the project. This specification shall be read in conjunction with the conditions of all specifications and documents included in the CONTRACT between COMPANY and CONTRACTOR. AERIAL MARKERS Aerial markers shall in general in installed along the pipeline at every five (5) kilometres intervals and at places specified by COMPANY.0 1. The pipeline markers shall be fabricated and installed in accordance with the MECON standard drawings included herein. Before start of fabrication of the markers. The locations of markers as indicated in the approved drawings shall be treated for guidance purposes only and the exact location of the markers shall be based on AS BUILT drainage and as directed by COMPANY. 3. fabrication and erection of pipeline markers to be installed by CONTRACTOR at various locations along the route of a cross-country pipeline.1 SCOPE This specification covers the minimum requirements for supply. OFF : RANCHI (BIHAR) TITLE PROCESS & PIPING DESIGN SECTION NEW DELHI STANDARD SPECIFICATION PIPELINE MARKERS SPECIFICATION NO. fabricate and install the pipeline markers along the pipeline route. at locations such that to cause no hindrance to the regular use of the land or to the traffic.0 3. MEC/SD/05/62/10/03 for details. Refer MECON Standard Drawing No. 1.0 Document2 . REFERENCE CODES Reference has been made in this specification to the latest revision of the following code : API RP 1109 : Recommended practice for marking liquid petroleum pipeline facilities. as far as possible.2 3.3 4. The pipeline markers shall be installed.
7.) (1 No.MECON LIMITED REGD. A kilometre marker is not required if the relative length between its location and any pipeline warning sign is less than 200 metres. OFF : RANCHI (BIHAR) PROCESS & PIPING DESIGN SECTION NEW DELHI STANDARD SPECIFICATION TITLE PIPELINE MARKERS SPECIFICATION NO. These shall be installed on either side of the pipeline alignment to define the ROW boundary limits. MEC/SD/05/62/10/01 for details. 6. Markers shall indicate cumulative distance in kilometres from the reference station.) (2 Nos. Refer MECON Standard Drawing No.0 KILOMETRE MARKERS Kilometre markers shall in general be installed along the pipeline between the aerial markers at every one (1) kilometre interval. MEC/SD/05/62/10/02 for details. as shown in MECON Standard Drawing No. MEC/S/05/62/10 PAGE 3 OF 4 REVISION 0 5. Pipeline Warning Sign shall identify the existence of the pipeline and display the name of the COMPANY.) And at any other location as shown in the approved drawings and as directed by the COMPANY.) (1 No.0 PIPELINE WARNING SIGN Pipeline Warning Sign shall in general be installed at • • • • • • • • National and State Highway Crossings Other Road Crossings Railway Crossings Minor Water Crossings (less than 15m width) Minor Water Crossings (above 15m width) Major Water Crossings Valve Station (2 Nos.0 ROW BOUNDARY MARKERS Right-of-Way boundary markers shall be fabricated and installed as per the drawings at every 250 metres interval along the entire pipeline route. as directed by COMPANY.) (2 Nos.) (1 No. These shall also be installed at pipeline turning points to maintain the continuity of the ROW limits. MEC/SD/05/62/10/05 for details. Refer MECON Standard Drawing No. with an emergency telephone number. Document2 .) (2 Nos.
Such Warning Sign shall be installed one on each bank of navigable water courses at the pipeline crossing location. in addition. two more direction markers shall be installed along the pipeline alignment. Document2 . 9. OFF : RANCHI (BIHAR) TITLE PROCESS & PIPING DESIGN SECTION NEW DELHI STANDARD SPECIFICATION PIPELINE MARKERS SPECIFICATION NO.0 NAVIGABLE WATERWAY PIPELINE CROSSING WARNING SIGN The Navigable Waterway Pipeline Crossing Warning Sign shall be fabricated in accordance with MECON Standard Drawing No. one on either side of the turning point at 200m from the turning point.0 of this specification. in lieu of the Pipeline Warning Sign described in clause 6.0 DIRECTION MARKERS Direction markers as shown in MECON Standard Drawing No.MECON LIMITED REGD. shall be installed to identify the significant turning points of the pipeline during aerial traverse. MEC/S/05/62/10 PAGE 4 OF 4 REVISION 0 8. One direction marker shall be installed at each turning point.
MEC/S/05/62/11 (PROCESS & PIPING DESIGN SECTION) MECON LIMITED DELHI 110 092 .SPECIFICATION FOR FLUSHING AND TESTING SPECIFICATION NO.
0 4.2 4.4 4.3 4. OFF: RANCHI (BIHAR) PROCESS & PIPING DESIGN SECTION NEW DELHI STANDARD SPECIFICATION TITLE Flushing and Testing SPECIFICATION NO.6 SCOPE INSPECTION FLUSHING TESTING EXTENT OF TESTING GENERAL REQUIREMENT/TEST PREPARATION FOR TESTING TESTING MEDIA.5 4.0 3. TEST PRESSURE AND TEST PRESSURE GAUGES. TESTING PROCEDURE COMPLETION OF TESTING TEST RECORDS PREPARED BY CHECKED BY APPROVED BY . MEC/S/05/62/11 PAGE 1 OF 9 REVISION 0 CONTENTS 1.MECON LIMITED REGD.0 4.1 4.0 2.
Flushing and testing of all piping system shall be witnessed by the Engineer-inCharge.0 Inspection During various stage and after completion fabrication and erection. 3. Required pressure of water. to clean the pipe of all dirt. flushing shall meet the fire hydrant pressure or utility water pressure. MEC/S/05/62/11 PAGE 2 OF 9 REVISION 0 1. For air flushing the line. already in the line for this purpose.0 Flushing Flushing of all lines shall be done before pressure testing. This procedure shall be repeated as many times as required till the inside of the pipe is fully cleaned. OFF: RANCHI (BIHAR) PROCESS & PIPING DESIGN SECTION NEW DELHI STANDARD SPECIFICATION TITLE Flushing and Testing SPECIFICATION NO. flushing and testing of piping systems. However testing of steam lines falling under IBR shall also be governed by Indian Boiler Regulations. 2. All supports have been installed correctly.in charge.in .Charge to ensure that : Proper piping material has been used. the piping system shall be inspected by the Engineer. Piping has been erected as per drawings and the instruction of the engineer. Test preparations mentioned in this specification have been carried out. system will be pressurised by compressed air at the required pressure which shall be 50 psi maximum.MECON LIMITED REGD. wherever water flushing is not desirable.0 SCOPE This specification covers the general requirements for Inspection. debris or loose foreign materials. The pressure shall then be released by quick opening of a valve. . Flushing shall be done by fresh potable water or dry compressed air.
electric motors.MECON LIMITED REGD. Dropping of valves. rotameters. After flushing is completed and approved. distance pieces. These flanges shall be provided with temporary gaskets at the time of flushing. the valve. this shall be done with the approval of Engineer. orifice plates. after flushing is completed. instruments. However equipment thus included in the circuit. piping specials etc. only temporary gaskets shall be provided. safety valves and other instruments like thermowells which may interfere with flushing shall not be included i m the flushing circuit.Charge. . proper temporary drainage shall be provided by the contractor. shall be completely cleaned and dried with comprss4ed air. Screens/meshes shall be re. OFF: RANCHI (BIHAR) PROCESS & PIPING DESIGN SECTION NEW DELHI STANDARD SPECIFICATION TITLE Flushing and Testing SPECIFICATION NO. electrical installations etc. The contractor shall carry out all the activities required before.installed after flushing but before testing. Care shall be taken during flushing so as not to damage/spoil work of other agencies. The flanges to disengaged for this purpose shall be envisaged by the contractor and approved by the Engineer-in-Charge. However. If necessary. distance pieces. In case an equipment such as column. MEC/S/05/62/11 PAGE 3 OF 9 REVISION 0 In line instruments like control valves. during and after the flushing operation.in . in the vicinity of lines being flushed. During flushing discharged water/air shall be drained at the place directed the Engineer. forms part of a piping circuit during flushing.Charge. shall be re-installed by the contractor with permanent gaskets. flanges of equipment nozzles and other places where isolation is required during testing. specials. vessel. arising because of flushing requirements. From all permanent strainers the screens/meshes shall be removed before flushing. Precautions shall also be taken to prevent entry of water/foreign matter into equipment.in . such as but not limited to the following. exchanger etc. online instruments and any other piping part before flushing.
Restrictions which interfere with filling. Test pressure applied to vales shall not be grater than the manufacturer is recommendation nor less than that required by the applicable code. unless approved otherwise by the Engineer-in-charge. Lines which are directly open to atmosphere such as vents. Where desirable set pressure is less than test pressure. Seats of all vales shall not be subjected to a pressure in excess of the maximum cold welding pressure of the valve.1 Testing Extent of testing With the exclusion of instrumentation. However.0 4. OFF: RANCHI (BIHAR) PROCESS & PIPING DESIGN SECTION NEW DELHI STANDARD SPECIFICATION TITLE Flushing and Testing SPECIFICATION NO. Where by-passes are provided test shall be performed through the by-pass end/or necessary spool shall be used in place of the control valve. shall be excluded from the test by isolation or removal. . venting and drawing such as orifice plates etc. Instruments in the system to be tested. MEC/S/05/62/11 PAGE 4 OF 9 REVISION 0 Records in triplicate shall be prepared and submitted by the Contractor for each piping system for the flushing done in the proforma in Exhibit F. piping system fabricated or assembled in the field shall be tested irrespective of whether or not they have been pressure tested prior to site welding of fabrication. vessels and other equipments may be included in the system with the prior approval of Engineer-in-charge. discharge need not be tested. Pumps. Control valves shall not be included in the test system. test shall be made through an open valve.MECON LIMITED REGD. such lines if provided with block valve shall be pressure tested upto the first block valve. shall not be installed unless testing is complete. but all joints shall be visually inspected wherever necessary such lines shall be tested by continuous flow of fluid to eliminate the possibility of blockage. if the test pressure specified is equal to or less than that for the vessels and other equipments. To facilitate the testing of piping systems. 4. drains. safety valves. compressors and other votary equipments shall not be subjected to field test pressures.
debris and other loose foreign materials.MECON LIMITED REGD. to enable him to be present for witnessing the test. The contractor shall be fully responsible for making arrangements with the local boiler inspector to witness the tests for steam lines falling under IBR. for absence of control valve. All piping systems to be hydrostatically tested shall be vented at the high points and the systems purged of air before the test pressure is applied. OFF: RANCHI (BIHAR) PROCESS & PIPING DESIGN SECTION NEW DELHI STANDARD SPECIFICATION TITLE Flushing and Testing SPECIFICATION NO. each weld joint shall be cleaned by wire brush to free it from rest and any other foreign matter. it shall be filled with temporary spools. of the testing sequence and programme. Before pressuring the lines. Before testing. but cannot withstand test pressure shall not be installed until the system has been tested. a blank shall be inserted between the companion flanges. safety valve. Where piping systems to be tested are directly connected at the battery limits to piping for which the responsibility tests with other agencies. all piping shall be cleaned by flushing to make it free from dist loose scale. Minimum thickness of the blank shall be designed in accordance with applicable design code. The Engineer-in-charge shall be notified in advance by the contractor.2 General Requirement/Test preparation for Testing Test shall be carried out with permanent gaskets installed unless specified otherwise or instructed by the Engineer-in. Where a system is to be isolated of a pair of companion flanges. All joints welded. screwed or flanged shall be left exposed for examination during the test. Wherever in the line any void is existing due to any reasons. the piping to be tested shall be isolated from such piping by physical disconnection such as valves or blinds. . No pressure test shall be carried out against close valve unless approved by the Engineer-in-charge. MEC/S/05/62/11 PAGE 5 OF 9 REVISION 0 Pressure gauges which are part of the finished system.charge. check valves etc. IBR certificates for these tests shall be obtained in the relevant IBR forms and furnished to the Engineer-in-charge. 4.
such as pumps. to avoid overstressing of any of the lower portion of the system. MEC/S/05/62/11 PAGE 6 OF 9 REVISION 0 Open ends of piping system where blanks cannot be used. Wherever possible pressurise up-stream side of valve. Provide blind on valve flanges and test the upstream and downstream of the line separately and remove the blind after testing. OFF: RANCHI (BIHAR) PROCESS & PIPING DESIGN SECTION NEW DELHI STANDARD SPECIFICATION TITLE Flushing and Testing SPECIFICATION NO. When testing any piping system. air or steam of approximately 2 kg/cm (g) may be used as preliminary test to detect missing gaskets etc. where the weight of the fluid would overload the support. Pressure gauges used in testing shall be installed as close as possible to the lowest point in the piping system to be tested. turbines or wherever equipment or pipe spool have been receivered or disconnected prior to hydrostatic testing. Gas lines when hydrostatically tested shall be provided with additional temporary supports during testing as directed by Engineer-in-charge. Piping which is spring or counter – weight supported shall be temporarily supported. For check valves in lines 1-1/2" and below. compressors.MECON LIMITED REGD. flapper or seat shall be removed during testing (if possible). All these flanges. if the steam temperature is more than the design temp. However. After completion of testing the flopper/ seat shall be refitted. For lines containing check valves any of the following alternatives shall be adopted for pressure testing. this method may not be used for this purpose. of the line. 2 . Retaining pins for spring supports shall be removed only after testing is completed and test fluid is completely drained. temporary gaskets shall be provided during testing and shall be replaced by permanent gaskets subsequently. as this avoids the necessity of purging the gas to make repairs. shall be blinded – off by using standard blind flanges of same rating as the piping system being tested. For longer lines and vertical lines. Replace the valve by a temporary spool and re-install the valve after testing. two or more pressure gauges shall be installed at locations selected by the Engineer-in-charge.
Maximum allowable pressure for the material of construction of piping depending upon the above requirements and based on construction progress.MECON LIMITED REGD. 4. . Where air/water tests are undesirable substitute fluid such as gas. the eore pipe and the jacket shall be tested as separate system. methanol etc. Gauge shall be of a good quality and in first class working condition. MEC/S/05/62/11 PAGE 7 OF 9 REVISION 0 For jacketed pipes testing of core pipes shall be done on individual pieces where the pipe is continuously packed.3. 4.3 4. shall be used as the testing medium. maximum length of piping shall be included in each test. The selection of the piping system for one individual test shall be based on the following :Test pressure required as per line list. in special cases as directed by Engineer-in-charge. oil.2 Test Pressure The hydrostatic/pneumatic test pressure shall be as indicated in the line list or as per the instruction of Engineer-in-charge. Test pressure and Test Pressure Gauges Testing Modes In general all pressure test shall be hydrostatic using iron free water.3 Test Pressure Gauge All gauge used for field testing shall have suitable range so that the test pressure of the various system falls in 40% to 60% of gauge scale range. 4. Maximum clorine content in water for hydrostatic testing for MS piping shall be 15-20 ppm. These test fluids shall be specified in the line list given to the contractor.1 Testing Modes.3. which is clean and free of silt.3. with due consideration to the hazards involved. Air shall be used for testing only if water would cause corrosion of the system or overloading of supports etc. before it is jacketed. The outer jacket shall be tested separately as a system for piping with discontinuous jacketing. OFF: RANCHI (BIHAR) PROCESS & PIPING DESIGN SECTION NEW DELHI STANDARD SPECIFICATION TITLE Flushing and Testing SPECIFICATION NO.
shall be re-tested to the specified pressure after repair. Pressure shall be applied by means of a suitable test pump or other pressure source which shall be isolated from the system as the desired test pressure is reached and stabilised in the system.4. Any joint found leaking during a pressure test. all test gauges shall be calibrated using a standard dead weight gauge tester or other suitable approved testing apparatus. The pump shall be isolated from the system wherever the pump is to be left unattended. Pressure shall be applied only after the system/line is ready and approved by the Engineer-in-charge. The pump and the piping system to be tested are to be provided with separate pressure indicating test gauges. A pressure gauge shall be provided at the pump discharge for guiding the system to the required pressure.4 4. Any gauge having an incorrect zero reading or error of more than ± 2% of full scale range shall be discarded. For pressurising and depressurising the system. Test period shall be maintained for a minimum of three hours. The Engineer-in-charge shall check the accuracy of master pressure gauge used for calibration. There gauges are to be checked by the standard test gauge before each pressure test. OFF: RANCHI (BIHAR) PROCESS & PIPING DESIGN SECTION NEW DELHI STANDARD SPECIFICATION TITLE Flushing and Testing SPECIFICATION NO. Test pressure shall be maintained for a sufficient length of time to permit through inspection of all joints for leakage or signs of failure.MECON LIMITED REGD. temporary isolating valves shall be provided if valves.1 Testing Pressure Hydrostatic Test All vents and other connections used as vents shall be kept open while filling the line with test fluid for complete removal of air. MEC/S/05/62/11 PAGE 8 OF 9 REVISION 0 Prior to the start of any test or periodically during the field test programmes. . 4. drains do not exist in the system. vents. The pump shall be attended constantly during the test by an authorised person.
so as to prevent formation of vacuum in the system. After draining lines/systems shall be dried by air. Pressure tests shall be considered complete only after approved by the Engineer-in-charge. .6 Test Records Records in triplicate shall be prepared and submitted by the contractor for each piping system. 4.5 Completion of Testing After the hydrostatic test has been completed. MEC/S/05/62/11 PAGE 10 OF 10 REVISION 0 Care shall be taken to avoid increase in the pressure due to atmospheric variation during the test.4. OFF: RANCHI (BIHAR) PROCESS & PIPING DESIGN SECTION NEW DELHI STANDARD SPECIFICATION TITLE Flushing and Testing SPECIFICATION NO. 4. noticed during testing shall be rectified immediately and retesting of the system/line shall be done by the contractor at his cost. if any. All vents and drains shall be opened before the system is to be drained and shall remain open till all draining is complete.MECON LIMITED REGD. Defects. bolts and nuts. The compressor shall be portable type with a receiver after cooler & oil separator. All other activities shall be same as per hydrotesting procedure (specified above). Piping to be tested by air shall have joints covered with a soap and water solution so that the joints can be examined for leaks. pressure shall be released in a manner and at a rate so as not to endanger personnel or damage equipments.2 Air Test When testing with air. for the pressure test done in the proforma as given in Exhibit `F'. After testing is completed the test blinds shall be removed and equipment/piping isolated during testing shall be connected using the specified gaskets. These connections shall be checked for tightness in subsequent pneumatic tests to be carried out by the contractor for complete loop/circuit including equipments (except rotary equipments). 4. pressure shall be supplied by means of a compressor.
SPECIFICATION FOR VENTS, DRAINS AND WELLS
SPECIFICATION NO.: MEC/S/05/62/15
(PROCESS & PIPING DESIGN SECTION) MECON LIMITED DELHI 110 092
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0 GASKETS NUTS AND BOLTS PREPARED BY CHECKED BY APPROVED BY c:\fateh\standard\gas-b&n. BOLTS AND NUTS SPECIFICATION NO.MECON LIMITED REGD.wp . OFF: RANCHI (BIHAR) PROCESS & PIPING DESIGN SECTION NEW DELHI STANDARD SPECIFICATION TITLE GASKETS.0 2. MEC/S/05/62/19 PAGE 1 OF 3 REVISION 0 CONTENTS 1.
Visual Inspection Dimensional Check 2. 6. BOLTS AND NUTS SPECIFICATION NO. Each size of gaskets shall be supplied in bundles labelled with size. 4. c:\fateh\standard\gas-b&n.MECON LIMITED REGD. Materials for gaskets shall conform to the codes/ standards and specifications given in the Pipeline Material Specification. Material test certificates for all mandatory tests as per the relevant material specifications and other inspection reports shall be furnished before despatch of material. Asbestos filler for spiral wound gaskets shall not have any colour or dye. MEC/S/05/62/19 PAGE 2 OF 3 REVISION 0 TECHNICAL NOTES FOR GASKETS 1.wp . All items shall be inspected and approved (Stagewise) by Purchaser's Representative. All gaskets shall be inspected as follows :a) b) 5. 3. rating and material specifications. OFF: RANCHI (BIHAR) PROCESS & PIPING DESIGN SECTION NEW DELHI STANDARD SPECIFICATION TITLE GASKETS.
c:\fateh\standard\gas-b&n. 3.wp . The nuts shall be double chamfered. heavy hexagonal type. Materials for stud bolts. M/C Bolts and Jack screws and ANSI B18. 4. All items shall be inspected and approval (Stagewise) by Purchaser's Representative. MEC/S/05/62/19 PAGE 3 OF 3 REVISION 0 TECHNICAL NOTES FOR BOLTS & NUTS 1.2 for nuts. All bolting shall be as per ANSI B18. M/C bolts. 8. Each size of studs & M/C bolts with nuts and jack screws shall be supplied in separate bags marked with size and material specifications. Jack screw end shall be rounded.1 with class 2A fit for studs. BOLTS AND NUTS SPECIFICATION NO.2. jack screws and nuts shall conform to the codes/ standards and specifications given in the Pipeline Material Specification. Test reports shall be supplied for all mandatory tests as per the relevant material specifications. M/C bolts and jack screws and class 2B fit for nuts. 5. codes. Threads shall be unified (UNC for = 1" dia and BUN for C1" dia) as per ANSI B1. 9.2.1 for studs. 6. OFF: RANCHI (BIHAR) PROCESS & PIPING DESIGN SECTION NEW DELHI STANDARD SPECIFICATION TITLE GASKETS. Stud bolts shall be fully threaded as specified in the standards.MECON LIMITED REGD. 7. Heads of jack screws and M/C bolts by heavy hexagonal type. 2.
MEC/S/05/62/21B (PROCESS & PIPELINE DESIGN SECTION) MECON LIMITED DELHI .110 092 .PIPING MATERIAL SPECIFICATION SPECIFICATION NO.
0 5.0 3.TABLE OF CONTENTS 1.0 9.0 14.0 15.0 11.0 13.0 TABLE-1 TABLE-2 ANNEXURE-1 ANNEXURE-II SCOPE CODES AND STANDARDS MATERIAL SPECIFICATION CLASS DESIGNATION CODE PIPELINE PIPING FITTINGS BENDS FLANGES GASKETS BOLTING THREAD SEALANT VALVES QUICK OPENING END CLOSURE HYDROTESTING VENTS AND DRAINS PIPE WALL THICKNESS DETAILS FOR LINE INDEX OF PIPING MATERIAL SPECIFICATION PIPING MATERIAL SPECIFICATION LIST OF ATTACHMENTS .0 6.0 7.0 12.0 8.0 4.0 2.0 10.
3 2. MECON specifications for various piping and pipeline materials shall also be applicable.0 SCOPE This specification covers the requirements of various piping materials used in piping/ pipeline system handling natural gas and associate utilities in the pipeline. 2.1 CODES AND STANDARDS Pipeline and terminal facilities envisaged as a part of this project shall be designed and Engineered primarily in accordance with the provision of ASME B 31. All codes standards and specifications referred herein shall be the latest edition of such documents. g.0 4.0 2.doc Page 1 of 6 . For sake of brevity. A-Class 150 B-Class 300 D-Class 600 The middle number indicates differences in the specification within the same rating and material. The maximum design pressure and design temperature together with the fluid in line governs the selection of material specifications. B16.4 3. In addition.5 is a code referring to ANSI/ ASME. B1A. 2. number. for example.Gas Transmission and Distribution piping system 1995 edition. D1A. A1A.1. letter e.0 CLASS DESIGNATION CODE The piping class designation consist of three digits numbering system made up of letter. g. Deviation of materials from class specifications may occure due to specific design condition. A 105 is a code referring to ASTM.2 2. MATERIAL SPECIFICATION Piping material specifications are classified for the general purpose of selection of material for the class of services. These deviations are permissible if they are equal or better than the individual class requirements.8. etc as follows: First letter indicates ANSI class rating e. the intials of the society to which the codes are referred are omitted in the specification. \\Akjha\work contrac\standard TS for Pipe Line WC (Vol-II) MASTER FOLDER\21B piping material spec\Specification for Piping Materials-021B.
20. of pipe and its thickness.9/ MSS-SP-75 as applicable. D. 6. FITTINGS Fully killed carbon steel shall be used in the manufacture of fittings. A-Carbon Steel 5.. in case of difference in thickness of matching ends.19 for stainless steel pipes. requirements of ASME B 31.3 6.The last letter indicates type of material e.8 shall apply.6 \\Akjha\work contrac\standard TS for Pipe Line WC (Vol-II) MASTER FOLDER\21B piping material spec\Specification for Piping Materials-021B.1 NPT. Butt welding ends shall conform to ANSI B 16. All pipe threads shall conform to American Standard taper as per ANSI B 1.1 NPT. 6.25/ API 5L as applicable.25/ API 5L. bevel shall be in accordance to ANSI B 16.doc Page 2 of 6 . The steel used shall be fully killed and made with fine grain structure.20.0 6. Pipe dimension shall be in accordance with ANSI B 36. Dimension of socket weld/ screwed fittings shall conform to ASME B 16.4 7. unless otherwise specified.2 6.11 Bore of socket welded fittings shall suit O.0 7.10 for carbon steel pipes and ANSI B 36. Dimensions of butt welded carbon steel fittings upto size 18” NB shall conform to ASME B 16. For butt weld end.2 7. electric furnace or basic oxygen process only.4 7.0 PIPELINE The material for linepipe shall be as per the requirements of specification as indicated in table-I. if used shall conform to American Standard taper as per ANSI 1.5 7. Threaded joints. g.3 7. The grade and wall thickness of various sizes of pipes shall be as per piping material specification for the applicable class.1 7.1 PIPING Carbon steel pipe shall be made by open hearth.
Flanges faces shall have serrated finish to 250-500 microinches AARH as per ANSI B 16.3 9.5 for sizes up to 18” NB.0 9. Fittings not covered in ASME B 16. the elbow of radius R = 1.D.8 9.9 9.9 and MSS-SP-97. Spectacle blind shall be used for sizes upto 8” NB and for 10” & above spacer & blind shall be used. and its thickenss. nippolet etc. weldolet. Sizes for blind flanges shall be indicated by nominal pipe sizes.4 9. shall conform to manufacturer’s standard. Bore of Socket Welded (SW) flanges shall suit pipe O. D) for 18” NB shall be used.5 for ANSI class 150# and smooth finish to 125-200 microinches AARH as per MSS-SP-6 for ANSI class 300# & 600#. Spectacle blind/ spacer & blinds for sizes upto and including sizes 18” NB shall be in accordance with API standard 590/ MECON standard. FLANGES Flange rating shall be same as ANSI class rating unless othewise 8. Threads for screwed flanges if used shall conform to American Standard taper as per ANSI B 1. BENDS Unless otherwise specified for terminal piping.2 Dimensions pf flanges shall be in accordance with ANSI B 16.1 8. Two jack screws 180° apart shall be provided for all spectacle blind assemblies. 9.1 specified. Limited used of long radius bends (R = 6D) may be permitted for reason of space constraints.7 9. 9. threadolet. The jack screws shall be as per MECON’s standard.2 9.5 9.5 D shall only be used.25.7.20 1 NPT. attached with this specification.0 8.7 Integrally reinforced forged branch fittings such as sockolet. Butt welding ends of WN flanges shall conform to ANSI B 16.doc Page 3 of 6 . Carbon steel flanges faces shall have serrated finish or smooth finish as indicated in the material specification.6 9. For pipeline cold field bends with radius R = 40D (where D is pipe O.10 \\Akjha\work contrac\standard TS for Pipe Line WC (Vol-II) MASTER FOLDER\21B piping material spec\Specification for Piping Materials-021B. shall be as per MSS-SP-97. Neck of Weld Neck (WN) flanges to suit pipe bore and thickness.
doc Page 4 of 6 .2. All spiral wound gaskets shall be provided with carbon steel centering ring.1.5 nuts.0 11. Dimension and tolerances for stud bolts and nuts shall be as per ANSI B 18.1 GASKETS Spiral wound metallic gaskets shall conform to B 16. Unless specified otherwise. Non metallic compressed asbestos gaskets for flanged pipe joints shall conform to B16.5 with full threading.1 Class 2A thread for bolts and Class 2Bfor nuts.1.1 11. Heads of jack screws shall be heavy hexagonal type. Stud bolts shall be fully threaded with two hexagonal \\Akjha\work contrac\standard TS for Pipe Line WC (Vol-II) MASTER FOLDER\21B piping material spec\Specification for Piping Materials-021B. Diameter and length of stud bolts shall be as per ANSI B 16.10.2 with full threading to ANSI B 1.1 and 18.4 Threads for stud bolts shall be as per ANSI B 1.21. Threads for nuts shall as per ANSI B 1. Gasket thickness shall be as indicated in piping material specification for the applicable piping class.2 11. as follows. asbestos material shall conform to IS 2712 Gr.20 and shall be provided with compressed asbestos filler. O/1. BOLTING Nuts for stud bolts shall be American Standard Hexagonal Heavy series and double chamfered.0 10.2.2 11. Jack screw end shall be rounded. Gasket thickness shall be as indicated in piping material specification for the applicable piping class. Studs bolts dia ¼” to 1” Stud bolts dia 11/8” to 3 ¼” : : UNC-2A 8UN-2A 11.3 11. as follows: Nuts for stud dia ¼” to 1” Nuts for stud bolts dia 11/8” to 3 ¼” : : UNC-2B 8UN-2B 10.
5 Basic Material API 5L API 5L API 5L Design Code ASME B 31. Face to face and end to end dimensions shall confirm to applicable standards. Flange dimensions and face finish of flanged end valves shall confirm to clause 9.5 1. TABLE-2 INDEX OF PIPING MATERIAL SPECIFICATIONS Piping Class Service Design pressure Kg/ cm2 19.0 49 92 Design Temp.1 13.0 of this specification.0 THREAD SEALANT Threaded joints shall be made with 1” wide PTFE Jointing tape.A. Valves of size less than 2” shall have socket welded ends except for ball valves.2 13.8 ASME B 31.doc Page 5 of 6 .3 13.25. VALVES 13. in mm 1. vent/drain & shall have butt welded ends. °c 65 65 65 C . Buried valves on mainline shall be provided with stem extension.5 13.0 12.4 13.TABLE-1 MAIN LINE PIPE MATERIAL Line Pipe Material and thickness shall be indicated in Mainline SOR.8 ASME B 31.5 1.6 \\Akjha\work contrac\standard TS for Pipe Line WC (Vol-II) MASTER FOLDER\21B piping material spec\Specification for Piping Materials-021B.1 All valves installed above ground within the terminal of sizes 2” and above shall have flanged ends. sealant. Sectionalising Valves (Block valves) installed on the main pipeline shall have butt welded ends and shall be full bore to allow smooth passage of cleaning pigs as well as intelligent pigs.8 AIA (150#) NATURAL GAS BIA (150#) NATURAL GAS DIA NATURAL (150#) GAS 12. 13. Butt welding ends of Butt Welded valves shall confirm to ANSI B 16.
ii) b) i) 14. gate valve. 300. For ANSI class 600 .doc Page 6 of 6 .13. Gear operated for size >12” NB. a) i) Gate and Globe Valves For ANSI class 150 and 300 -Hand Wheel operated for size <12”NB Gear operated for size >14” NB.Hand Wheel operated for size <10”NB. 15. UG-35 (b) of ASME Boiler and Pressure Vessel code. unless specified otherwise in the P&ID.0 QUICK OPENING END CLOSURE Quick opening end closure to be installed on scraper traps shall be equipped with safety locking devices in compliance with section VIII. Gear operated for size >6”NB. 600 – Wrench operated for size <4”NB.0 HYDRO TESTING VENTS AND DRAINS High point vents and low point drains required for the purpose of hydro testing shall be of size 0. Valves shall confirm to the following standards: Screwed / Socket welded / Flanged end valves (1 ½” and below) Ball Valves Plug Valves Check Valves Globe Valves Gate Valves BS 5351 BS 5353 BS 5352 BS 5352 API 602 Flanged / Butt weld end Valves (2” and above) Ball Valves Plug Valves Check Valves Globe Valves Gate Valves 13. division 1.7 Unless specified otherwise. flange & blind flange. Ball and Plug Valves For ANSI class 150.8 API 6D API 6D BS 1868 BS 1873 API 600 Valve operators shall be as indicated below.75” and consist of sockolet. \\Akjha\work contrac\standard TS for Pipe Line WC (Vol-II) MASTER FOLDER\21B piping material spec\Specification for Piping Materials-021B.
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