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INSTRUMENTATION DESIGN CRITERIA

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SECTION 3.6.1 3.6.2 3.6.3 3.6.4

3.6.5

3.6.6

Annexure I Annexure II Annexure III Annexure IV Annexure V Annexure VI
Annexure VII

ITEM SCOPE OF THIS DOCUMENT PURPOSE OF INSTRUMENTATION Standards And Specifications 3.6.3.1 Project Specifications 3.6.3.2 Codes and standards INSTRUMENTATION SYSTEM PHILOSOPHY 3.6.4.1 Instrument philosophy 3.6.4.2 Instrument power system philosophy 3.6.4.3 Instrument earthing system philosophy 3.6.4.4 Equipment protection philosophy 3.6.4.5 Instrument material selection philosophy 3.6.4.6 Instrument installation philosophy 3.6.4.7 Instrument inspection & testing philosophy 3.6.4.8 Instrument spares philosophy 3.6.4.9 Philosophy for future facilities BULK ITEM REQUIREMENT FOR INTERFACING 3.6.5.1 Instrument air header 3.6.5.2 Instrument Cables 3.6.5.3 Instrument air tubing & fittings 3.6.5.4 Junction boxes 3.6.5.5 Instrument process connections GENERAL REQUIREMENTS 3.6.6.1 Tagging and nameplates 3.6.6.2 Documentation 3.6.6.3 Review and approval 3.6.6.4 Vendor pre-qualification 3.6.6.5 Preparation for shipment 3.6.6.6 Receipt and storage Instruments & Instrumentation Systems – Well Platform Piping Class Test And Calibration Form Pneumatic Instrument Branching Connections Form B – Deviation List Form C – Commissioning Spares Form D – List Of One Year Spares

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SCOPE OF THIS DOCUMENT: This document defines the design criteria for the instrumentation and control system envisaged on the new platforms and under the new project. Note: The scope of instrumentation activities pertaining to this project is enlisted in the relevant section of Scope of Work. The functional specifications of individual items shall be as given in scope of work– Instrumentation.

3.6.2

PURPOSE OF INSTRUMENTATION: The purpose of instrumentation is to provide a system such that all the required information / data / signal in the desired form and place are available and they work for safe monitoring, controlling and operation of the process and associated systems and to make the required information available at local control centers and Remote Telemetry Unit (RTU) interface in required form, following the Basic Bid Work, the Instrumentation Design Criteria and the Functional Specifications of the tender document.

3.6.3
3.6.3.1

STANDARDS AND SPECIFICATIONS PROJECT SPECIFICATIONS: Spec No. 1050 Spec No. 5006 Spec No. 2005 General Specification For Definition General Specification For Site Condition And Climate General Specification For Protective Coating

104 FCI 70. Measurement of Gas by Multipath Ultrasonic Meters American National Standards Institute (ANSI) ANSI B 2.1 ANSI B 16.6 SHEET No.10 B 16.1 ANSI B 1.3.1 Pipe Threads Steel Pipe Flanges. General Purpose Temperature Measurement Thermocouples American Petroleum Institute (API) API 6D API 6FA API RP 14C Specification for pipeline valves Fire Test for Valves RP for Analysis.5 B 16.2 CODES AND STANDARDS: Latest editions of the codes enlisted below shall be followed American Gas Association (AGA) AGA Report No.37 B 16.1 MC 96.2 ANSI C 96.OFFSHORE DESIGN SECTION MUMBAI REGION INSTRUMENTATION DESIGN CRITERIA WELL PLATFORM PROJECT VOL No II REV No 1 Section No. 8 AGA Report No.20. Installation and Testing of Basic Surface Systems on Offshore Production Platforms. 3 AGA Report No. 3. Hydrostatic Testing of Control Valves Control Valve Leakage Leak Testing of Control Valves Temperature Measurement Thermocouples Pipe Threads. Design.6. Flanged Valves and Fittings Face to Face and End to End Dimensions of Ferrous Valves Hydrostatic body and leak testing of isolation valves. RP for Design and Installation of Electrical Systems for Offshore Production Platforms RP for Fire Prevention and Control on Open Type Offshore Production Platforms API RP 14F API RP 14G . 9 Orifice Metering of Natural Gas Compressibility and Super compressibility for Natural Gas and other Hydrocarbons. 4 OF 4 3.34 B 16.

316L ASTM 370 ASTM 450 .3 ASTM A269 ASTM A276. Measurement of Petroleum Liquid Hydrocarbons by Positive Displacement Meter Fire Protection in Refineries Measurement of Liquid Hydrocarbons by Turbine Meter Systems API Manual of Petroleum Measurement Standards – Measurement of Crude Oil by Coriolis Meter American society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME) Performance Test Code Temperature Measurement Stainless Steel Tube Stainless Steel Fittings Standard Test methods and definitions for Mechanical Testing of steel products General Requirements for Carbon. and Austenitic Alloy Steel Tubes American Society for Testing and Materials (ASTM) ASME PTC 19.6 SHEET No. 5 OF 5 API RP 500 API RP 520 API RP 521 API RP 526 API RP 527 API RP 550 API RP 551 API RP 552 API RP 554 API RP 555 API 598 API Standard 2000 API 1101 API RP 2001 API 2534 Classification of Locations for Electrical Installations at Petroleum Facilities Classified as Class 1. Selection and Installation of Pressure Relieving Devices in Refineries.OFFSHORE DESIGN SECTION MUMBAI REGION INSTRUMENTATION DESIGN CRITERIA WELL PLATFORM PROJECT VOL No II REV No 1 Section No. 3. Ferritic Alloy. Part I and Part II Guide for Pressure Relief and Depressing Systems Flanged Steel Safety Relief Valves Commercial Seat Tightness of Safety Relief valves with Metal to Metal Seats Manual on Installation of Refinery Instruments and Control Systems (out of print) Process Measurement Instrumentation Transmission Systems Process Instruments and Control Process Analyzers Valve Inspection and Testing Venting Atmospheric and Low Pressure Storage Tanks: Non-refrigerated and Refrigerated. Division 1 and Division 2 Sizing.

OFFSHORE DESIGN SECTION MUMBAI REGION INSTRUMENTATION DESIGN CRITERIA WELL PLATFORM PROJECT VOL No II REV No 1 Section No. Electromagnetic Field Immunity Test 1993 Programmable Controllers – Part 3: Programming languages IEC 61000-4-3 IEC 61131-3 .6 SHEET No. 6 OF 6 British Standards BS 1904 BS 4937 BS 5501 BS EN 60529 Specification for industrial platinum resistance thermometer sensors International Thermocouple Reference Tables Electrical Apparatus for Potentially Explosive Atmospheres Specification for degrees of protection provided by enclosures (IP) codes International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC) IEC STD 801 IEC 60092-373 IEC 60092-359 IEC 60227 IEC 60331 IEC 60332-1 IEC 60332-3 Part 3 – EMI and RFI Immunity Shipboard flexible coaxial cables Specification for insulation and sheath of electric cables Polyvinyl chloride insulated cables of rated voltages up to and including 440/750 V Fire resisting characteristics of electric cables Tests on electric cables under fire conditions Part I: Tests on single vertical insulated wire or cable Tests on electric cables under fire conditions Part II: Tests on single small vertical insulated copper wire or cable Functional safety on electrical / electronic programmable electronic safety-related systems / IEC 61508-1-7 IEC 61000-4-2 Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) – Part 4: Testing and Measurement Techniques – Section 2: Electrostatic Discharge Immunity Test Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) – Part 4: Testing and Measurement Techniques – Section 3: Radiated. Radio-Frequency. 3.

01 S 75.1 S 7.01 ISA/ANSI-S 84.0. IEEE Computer Society Document Standard for Software Configuration of Management Plans Guide to Software Configuration management IEEE Computer Society Document IEEE 730 IEEE 828 IEEE 1042 Instrumentation Systems and Automation Society (ISA) ISA 5. 3.04 ISA S 75.OFFSHORE DESIGN SECTION MUMBAI REGION INSTRUMENTATION DESIGN CRITERIA WELL PLATFORM PROJECT VOL No II REV No 1 Section No.03 International Organization for Standardization (ISO) .1 Surge Withstand Capabilities Standard Surge Withstand Capability (SWC) Tests for Protective Relays and Relay Systems Standard for Software Quality Assurance Plans Revision of IEEE Std 730-84 and Redesignation of IEEE 730.01. 7 OF 7 Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers (IEEE) IEEE STD.90. Operation and Maintenance of Combustible Gas Detectors Environmental Conditions for Process Measurement and Control Systems: Temperature and Humidity Environmental Conditions for Process Measurement and Control Systems: Airborne contaminants Flow equations for sizing control valves Face to Face Dimensions for Flanged Globe Style Control valves ISA 912.01 Instrumentation Symbols and Identification Quality Standard for Instrument Air Application of Safety Instrumented Systems for the Process Industry Part I: Performance Requirements.472 IEEE C37. Combustible Gas Detectors Part II: Installation.13 ISA S 71.6 SHEET No.189.01 ISA S 71.

6 SHEET No.0.OFFSHORE DESIGN SECTION MUMBAI REGION INSTRUMENTATION DESIGN CRITERIA WELL PLATFORM PROJECT VOL No II REV No 1 Section No. Alarm Management Guidelines Engineering Equipment Materials Users Association (EEMUA) publication No.98 ER & E Version 1. safety and environmental issues. 3. . Alarm Systems – a Guide to Design Management and Procurement All goods and services supplied shall meet all applicable local and international regulations on health. 191. 8 OF 8 ISO 5167 Measurement of Fluid Flow by means of Orifice Plates National Association of Corrosion Engineers (NACE) NACE MR 0175 Sulfide Stress Cracking resistant metallic materials for oilfield equipment National Electrical Manufacturers Association (NEMA) NEMA 250 Enclosures for electrical Equipment (1000 Volts maximum) National Electric Code (NEC) National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) NFPA 70 NFPA 1 NFPA 72 E NFPA 496 National Electrical Code Fire Protection Code Automatic Fire Detectors Standard for Purged and Pressurized Enclosures for Electrical Equipment Other Bodies Report EE170E.

OFFSHORE DESIGN SECTION MUMBAI REGION INSTRUMENTATION DESIGN CRITERIA WELL PLATFORM PROJECT VOL No II REV No 1 Section No.6. All final actuation / control device. In continuous satisfactory service on offshore for a minimum period of two years. 3.2 Field Instruments: All field instruments connected with well monitoring and control. telecontrol and data gathering.4. Instrument ranges shall be selected such that the normal operating point is between 35% and 75% of the instrument total range. electronic instruments shall be used. SMART type.1. 3.4.1 3. Hand-held Intrinsically Safe calibration / configuration units shall be supplied to enable online diagnostics. All instruments connected to control room and remote unit control panels of related systems shall be electronic. 9 OF 9 3.6. configuration or calibration of electronic instruments from any point in the loop. remote telemetry.1. and all facilities that are not to be operated from a central control room. shall be pneumatic except those that are connected to RTU.4 3. controlled from remote / Central Control Room (CCR) shall in general be pneumatically actuated.6 SHEET No.6. . which shall be electronic.6. The number of such calibration / configuration units shall be as per the Basic Bid Work.4.) For remote control application.1 INSTRUMENTATION SYSTEM PHILOSOPHY: INSTRUMENT PHILOSOPHY: All the offered instruments / equipment or equipment of similar design manufactured by the same supplier shall have been: a) b) Type tested by the authority approved by the Company. SMART type. (The instruments that are to be connected to the Central Control Room or otherwise shall be governed by the Basic Bid Work.

5 Kg/cm2 (nor. Electronic Transmitters shall have integral LCD display. .2.6. the actuating signal range shall be 0.6.5 Kg/cm2 (max.4.3 “Quality Standard For Instrument Air”.1.1 Pneumatic Field Instruments: The instrument air supply shall conform to ISA S7.) All related equipment shall be suitable for operating in the above-specified range. For pneumatic on-off applications.2 to 1 Kg/cm2g.6 SHEET No. dry instrument gas / air supply shall be as follows: 5. Each pneumatic instrument supply shall be provided with independent filter regulator. 3. 3. 10 OF 10 3.5 Kg/cm2 (min.1.) 10. For pneumatic instruments. the actuating signal shall be 0 or 6.) 7.2 Electronic Field Instruments: All electronic transmitters shall be 24 V DC loop-powered type with 4 –20 mA Smart analog output signal.5 Kg/cm2g.4. For pneumatic analog control applications. Where this is not possible. or 24 V DC – 2 Amps.2. Local electrical control and alarm switches shall be hermetically sealed DPDT Micro Switch activated.OFFSHORE DESIGN SECTION MUMBAI REGION INSTRUMENTATION DESIGN CRITERIA WELL PLATFORM PROJECT VOL No II REV No 1 Section No. a suitable separate local loop indicator shall be provided. The switches shall be rated for 110 V AC – 10 Amps.

Manual ESD & FSD Stations: The ESD & FSD stations shall be provided at all strategic locations on the platform for manual initiation of ESD and FSD.4.1. Such sensors and tapping points shall not be shared by any other loop. RTD output.6.6. . 3.1. 3.OFFSHORE DESIGN SECTION MUMBAI REGION INSTRUMENTATION DESIGN CRITERIA WELL PLATFORM PROJECT VOL No II REV No 1 Section No.6 SHEET No. and for generating alarms in case of process upsets.3 Control Room Instrumentation: All signals to and from the Central Control Room shall be electric / electronic. standard thermocouple. a Distributed Control System (DCS) shall be provided for monitoring and controlling the process. Parameters used for shutdown shall be sensed by independent / individual sensors at independent tapping points.4 Safety Instrumentation System: The new platforms shall be provided with the following safety systems: a) Emergency Shut Down (ESD) System: The ESD system shall initiate process shutdown in case of abnormal condition of the specified process parameter. 11 OF 11 3. and / or suitable pulse signal.4. b) c) All shutdown and alarm switches shall be “Fail Safe” and the targeted abnormal conditions shall cause a loss of actuating signal to the final control element. The standard signal shall be analogue 4-20 mA using 2-wire system. Fire & Gas System: The F&G system shall initiate Fire Shut Down (FSD) upon detection of appropriate level of hydrocarbon and/or H2S accumulation or fire. On platforms with processing facilities. Instruments located on control panels and central control room (CCR) shall be microprocessor based.

4. ____ . Protective fuses shall be of indicating cartridge type mounted in fuse holders.) 7.) 3. electric system and components in shutdown system shall be supplied from uninterruptible power supplies. For Process Platforms: 110V AC + 5%. 12 OF 12 3. the following Power Supplies shall be used for instrumentation and Control: i.6. dry instrument gas / air supply shall be as follows: 5. For details of electric supply system.OFFSHORE DESIGN SECTION MUMBAI REGION INSTRUMENTATION DESIGN CRITERIA WELL PLATFORM PROJECT VOL No II REV No 1 Section No.5 Kg/cm2 (max.2 3.5 Kg/cm2 (min. controllers.6 SHEET No.1 INSTRUMENT POWER SYSTEM PHILOSOPHY: Pneumatic Supply: For pneumatic instruments.5 Kg/cm2 (nor. 50 Hz + 3% For Process & Well Platforms: 24V DC + 5% Battery Negative earthed for Platform interlock system.4. Power distribution to each consumer shall be through proper. Power supplies for all transmitters.Design Criteria of Electrical.6.2.4. ii. solenoid valves. all components / instruments / system shall be suitable for 110 V + 10% AC.2 Electric Power Supply: Components of power supply system shall be of highest available quality for reliability and long service life. 3.) 10. . However. No.6. In general.2. 50HZ + 1% (UPS) for all instruments control. independent switch and fuse. signal converters. Fire and Gas system and status lamp. refer Basic Bid Work and Spec.

6. The conditions will include exposure to Hydrocarbons. In view of the highly corrosive ambient conditions.1 EQUIPMENT PROTECTION PHILOSOPHY: Environmental Protection: All instruments / equipment and installation material shall be suitable for the overall climatic conditions (specified in Spec. all internal and external parts which are not inherently corrosion resistant by choice of material shall be prepared and finished by plating or paint finish in accordance with the General Specification for protective coating (Spec. . No. 3. humidity. sunlight. Seals and purges shall be used as necessary.OFFSHORE DESIGN SECTION MUMBAI REGION INSTRUMENTATION DESIGN CRITERIA WELL PLATFORM PROJECT VOL No II REV No 1 Section No.4 3. storage and installation prior to commissioning.4. Intrinsically Safe Earth – Insulated from the site structure and other metal work. As all of the Company’s sites are subject to seismic activity as indicated in the General Basic Bid Work and General Design Criteria. wind. and bonded to the main electrical earthing system at a single point.6. vibration and shock. moist salt laden atmosphere. sea spray. but also the periodic testing of the Deluge or Fire Hose System. H2S (in case the process fluid is sour). utilized for termination of IS zener barrier earth connections. monsoon rainfall.6. temperature.3 INSTRUMENT EARTHING SYSTEM PHILOSOPHY: Three separate earthing systems shall be provided: • Electrical Safety Earth – Bonded to the site structure and utilized for electrical safety of metal enclosures and chassis on all instruments and electrical components. fungal growth. Instrument Clean Earth – Insulated from the site structure and other metal work. to ensure reliable instrument performance. panel and racks shall be fixed in position suitably secured. Instrumentation shall withstand not only the quoted environmental conditions. All equipment shall also be able to withstand these conditions during shipment. 2005). the position within the installation and the local environment. 5006). • • 3. utilized for instrument cable screens and bonded to the main electrical earthing system at a single point.6 SHEET No. all instrument / electrical frames. No.4. EMI and RFI.4.4. 13 OF 13 3. with particular attention to site ambient conditions.

6. which shall be removed at the time of hand over of the work. etc.3 Hermetic Sealing: All relays and switches shall be hermetically sealed.5 Amp at 24 V DC.2 Tropicalization: All electrical components shall be tropicalized to protect against humidity. process and cable entry ports until final connections are made. shall be temporarily masked with a transparent material during construction activities.6.4. protective coating on circuit boards.1 Ingress Protection: All field instruments shall have ingress protection to NEMA 4X or IP 66.4 Hazardous Area Instrumentation: .6.4. All field instruments shall be provided with plastic bags (min. moisture and fungal growth by means of hermetically sealed units. All instruments installed inside pressurized equipment / control rooms shall have ingress protection to IP 42 as a minimum. All switch contacts shall be SPDT minimum.4.4. and those utilized in 24 V DC control logic circuits shall have gold plated contacts rated 0. Those interfacing with field equipment shall be rated 2 Amp 24 V DC.OFFSHORE DESIGN SECTION MUMBAI REGION INSTRUMENTATION DESIGN CRITERIA WELL PLATFORM PROJECT VOL No II REV No 1 Section No. 5 mm thick) to protect them during handling. 14 OF 14 All field instruments shall be provided with necessary weathering and anticorrosion protection. gold plated edge connectors. The bags shall be kept in place at all times except during work on the devices. Drying agent (desiccant) with humidity indicator shall be put inside the bag and it shall be replaced when color of the indicator changes from blue to pink Additional protection by other means such as canvas or leather blankets shall be provided to prevent damage caused by welding during construction work at nearby location. 3.6 SHEET No.4. 3. 3. Labels and tags that may be exposed to paint spray.4.6. installation and commissioning. 3.4. 3.4. Plastic plugs shall be fitted to all instrument tubing and air.

6.6 Sealing: Seal systems shall be used to isolate instrument from the process fluid encountered in the following services: a) Wet gas. Group D. Intrinsic safety approval shall be based on entity concept and necessary compatibility checks shall be carried out by Contractor before selecting any equipment. T3 hazardous area. Each input and output in a loop shall have a separate barrier. 3. All instruments which are mounted outside of normally pressurized control / equipment rooms shall be certified by bodies such as FM / UL / BASEEFA / CSA / DGMS for use in Class I. All other instrument loops shall be provided with explosion proof / flame proof protection. Band-pass and / or band stop filers shall be fitted. electric hand switches. No barrier shall be shared between two loops in input / output. Intrinsically safe protection using external barriers shall be provided for all process transmitter loops (closed as well as open).5 R F Interference: All equipment shall remain unaffected by radio transmissions (Levels of permissible RFI shall be as per IEC 801). If specialist instrumentation cannot be provided with the above methods of protection. Division I.4. Solenoid valves. as necessary. signaling lamps and Intercom / Paging system shall be Explosion proof / flame proof to Ex d or NEMA 7. which may condense in the instrument lines. Isolating barriers shall be of the plug-in type.6 SHEET No.4.OFFSHORE DESIGN SECTION MUMBAI REGION INSTRUMENTATION DESIGN CRITERIA WELL PLATFORM PROJECT VOL No II REV No 1 Section No.4. then alternative methods suitable for the classified area and certified by an acceptable Authority may be proposed. 3. .6. mounted on modular back plane termination units.4. even if the instrument’s location is classified as a normally non-hazardous area. 15 OF 15 The Contractor shall classify hazardous areas in accordance with API 500 and specify various equipments accordingly. The Contractor shall submit a technical report justifying the instrument selection for the Company’s consideration. 3.

. All venting instrument and pilot valves shall have bug screens fitted to atmospheric vents. Additional protection requirements of individual instruments. Viscous liquids. 3.6 SHEET No. shall be as per the relevant functional specification. Process fluids that will subject the element to high temperature. Corrosive process conditions. c) d) e) Sealing may be accomplished with diaphragm seals. condense or solidify under operating pressure and ambient temperature.OFFSHORE DESIGN SECTION MUMBAI REGION INSTRUMENTATION DESIGN CRITERIA WELL PLATFORM PROJECT VOL No II REV No 1 Section No. 16 OF 16 b) Process fluids that vaporize. if any.

of current manufacture and the highest grade and quality available for the required service. plates. 3. Company approval shall be obtained for the use of aluminium for any instrument component.. shall comply with the requirements of NACE MR 0175. the Contractor shall ensure that all wetted metallic parts of instruments. it shall be suitably coated and certified as copper free i. Where H2S may be present in process streams.OFFSHORE DESIGN SECTION MUMBAI REGION INSTRUMENTATION DESIGN CRITERIA WELL PLATFORM PROJECT VOL No II REV No 1 Section No. and instrument electronics and termination housings shall be SS 316. Suitability for the corrosive effects of the atmosphere. 17 OF 17 3. tubing and fittings etc.5 INSTRUMENT MATERIAL SELECTION PHILOSOPHY: All materials and equipment furnished shall be new and unused. Materials shall be selected with regard to the following criteria: • Suitability for the specified process conditions. Galvanic compatibility between dissimilar materials.6 SHEET No.4. with isolating bushes.e. The possibility of selective corrosion in certain alloys and stress corrosion cracking in certain high strength materials when used in corrosive environments. which may come in contact with the process fluid. • • • • • . except for salt-water service. If aluminium is used for any housing or other component. with SS 316 as the minimum for use outside pressurized rooms. Aluminium may only be used if no other suitable material is available but shall not be used for any component in contact with the process fluid.6.4% copper by mass. less than 0. in which case. used where necessary to prevent corrosion due to galvanic action. it shall be Monel. valves. Material for all junction boxes. latest editon. and free of defects.

All material for instrumentation. The details of various piping classes mentioned in these material selection charts shall be as per Annexure II of this document. and in general be constructed from UV-stabilized glass reinforced polyester. screws etc. 3. bushings. .14) The material selection criteria of individual instruments shall be as per the material selection chart given in the relevant Functional Specification. All spindles. All bolts and screws shall have a flat 316 SS washer under the nut. supports. Impact resistance to be -25% (EN 50.. All fittings. angle. conduit.OFFSHORE DESIGN SECTION MUMBAI REGION INSTRUMENTATION DESIGN CRITERIA WELL PLATFORM PROJECT VOL No II REV No 1 Section No. shall be manufactured from a suitable grade of stainless steel as a minimum. grider clamps. saddles. channel. shall be as follows: Fluid Temperature • • • Material to be used < 71 oC > 71 oC • ASTM A182-F316 (316SS) ASTM A182-F51 (2205 duplex steel) Moulded polyester parts shall be anti-static for hazardous area locations. UV stabilized and compatible with the environmental conditions. 18 OF 18 • All proposed vendor standard plastic components if any shall be nontoxic and fire resistant. tube clips. Surface resistance shall not be less than 109 Ohms. cable ladder. fasteners. bolting.6 SHEET No. with a minimum of two threads protruding. U-strut type channel. and the thread length shall be such that there is complete full engagement of the nut. cable glands and the like shall be made of SS 316. panels. brackets. in contact with process fluid containing CO2 in excess of 2 Kg/cm2 psi partial pressure.

manual resets. Positioning of equipment shall not constitute a safety hazard. Instruments shall be mounted / connected so as not to stress vessel nozzles or pipe tapping.6 INSTRUMENT INSTALLATION PHILOSOPHY: All work shall be of the highest quality craftsmanship and shall conform to the best applicable engineering practices. instruments shall be mounted so that they are protected from the effects of rain and sun. All instruments shall be installed in a neat workmanlike manner ensuring ease of operation and maintenance. • • • • • • • . shall be installed in such a way that it depends on its impulse piping or electrical connections for its support. relevant codes referred in the bid document. Ease of access for lifting heavy items of equipment such as valves.4m above the deck or platform for ease of accessibility. The Contractor shall prepare hook-up and installation detail drawings regarding each type of instrument for the Company’s approval. 3.6 SHEET No. 19 OF 19 3.OFFSHORE DESIGN SECTION MUMBAI REGION INSTRUMENTATION DESIGN CRITERIA WELL PLATFORM PROJECT VOL No II REV No 1 Section No. and. the Contractor shall provide a fixed cover or hood to protect instruments.6. while maintaining the requirements for access and visibility. manual switches. ladder or a platform. The Contractor shall install instruments and equipment with due consideration of the following: • No instrument with the exception of pressure gauges and temperature indicators. without impairing access or visibility Visibility and accessibility for both maintenance and operations purpose. Instruments requiring frequent routine access (including hand-valves. etc) shall be mounted approximately 1. and shall carry out the installation in accordance with these approved drawings. All local process-connected instruments shall be located as close as possible to the point of measurement while still being accessible from the deck. Where this is not possible.4. Where possible. All instruments and valves shall be free from vibration.

shall be as per the relevant Functional Specification. All open ports (vents / drains) on field instruments shall be made to face downwards if it is already not so and fitted with bug screens. or placed on a suitable pedestal. Instruments (other than pressure instruments) shall not be mounted directly on process piping without the Company’s written approval. tubing. 3. with a suitable penetration in the grating. A 316 SS filter regulator with gauge shall be provided for each instrument requiring regulated gas or air supply. where applicable. piping and cabling to instruments. Ease of access for on-site calibration and / or removal of instruments. . with consideration for: • • • • The most direct routes for tubing and piping to and from the stand. Fittings such as instrument isolating valves and instrument air or gas regulators shall be supported either on the instrument stand or closecoupled to the instrument in a manner that no undue stress is imposed o the tubing or instrument. Instruments. using common tubing runs and avoiding crossovers. Additional installation requirements of individual instruments. Ease of inter-connections between instruments. Minimum interference between tubing.6 SHEET No.OFFSHORE DESIGN SECTION MUMBAI REGION INSTRUMENTATION DESIGN CRITERIA WELL PLATFORM PROJECT VOL No II REV No 1 Section No. • • • • Instrument stands or panels shall be in accordance with the approved drawings. cables and cable ladder shall not be fixed to gratings or handrails. pipe stand or structural support. if any. Pipe or structural stands may be welded directly onto platform plate. Instruments or instrument lines shall not be supported on handrails unless approved by the Company. 20 OF 20 • Instruments shall be properly supported on brackets or mounted on subplates.

All testing. and simulation testing of all interlock and shutdown systems.7. including current certificate.7 3. without which no circuit or loop shall be energized. The Contractor shall in the presence of the Company Representative. 3. verify by inspection.4. The Contractor shall complete and submit documentation for all calibration.OFFSHORE DESIGN SECTION MUMBAI REGION INSTRUMENTATION DESIGN CRITERIA WELL PLATFORM PROJECT VOL No II REV No 1 Section No. In general.1 Flushing of Lines: . The Contractor shall also provide assistance as required during commissioning activities.4. safety valves etc. the same shall also be carried out at offshore site as well. loop checking. The procedures shall include inspection specifically for compliance with hazardous areas requirements. In addition to calibration/testing.7. setting for safety devices like process switches. that. all instrumentation in field and control room including local and remote/central control panels. 21 OF 21 3. The Company reserves the right to reject any or all test and calibration work if found not complying with the Specification requirement. the pipes and tubes shall be cleaned before testing.1 INSTRUMENT INSPECTION & TESTING PHILOSOPHY: General: The Contractor’s quality plan shall include a comprehensive fully documented inspection and testing plan specific to the project.6. testing and precommissioning. 3. All testing and calibration shall be subject to approval of the Company. consoles. are complete and operable as per specification requirement.6. calibration and loop testing. They shall then be subject to hydrotest (or other applicable tests) and then blow dried. and packaged instrument assemblies for their compliance with specification requirements. done at fabrication yards. Company Representative prior to shipment shall check out panels.6 SHEET No. calibration and pre-commissioning shall be done by the Contractor.6.4. The Contractor shall provide suitable workshop facilities and shall provide all necessary test and calibration instruments and equipment.

OFFSHORE DESIGN SECTION MUMBAI REGION INSTRUMENTATION DESIGN CRITERIA WELL PLATFORM PROJECT VOL No II REV No 1 Section No. control valves/safety valves.7. if necessary.2 Instrument Supply Lines: Instrument air/gas piping and tubing shall be disconnected upstream of all filter/regulators before testing.7.3 Instrument Signal Lines: Instrument signal lines shall be blown with instrument air prior to connecting to instruments. 3. Clean. 3.5 Direct Mounted Instruments: . oil free instrument air shall b e used for the test. 3. They shall then be isolated from the pressure source and the pressure reading on a test gauge shall not fall at a rate exceeding one psig/hour. Instrument air/gas mains shall be isolated from the instrument and pressurized to 11/2 times maximum working pressure with instrument air.6.6 SHEET No. Hydraulic lines shall be flushed with hydraulic oil. Air lines shall be blown down with filtered air.4.4.4.6.1 “Pneumatic control circuit pressure test”. the piping and tubing shall then be hydrotested as explained below and then shall be blown down to remove hydrotest water. slag and mill scale from lines.7. After flushing process impulse lines shall be isolated from the instrument and pressurized hydraulically to 11/2 times maximum working pressure corrected for ambient temperature. Instrument air supply lines shall be blown with instrument air prior to connecting to instruments. and provide spool pieces/flanges prior to flushing of lines.6.4. All air/gas tubing shall be tested and inspected by one of the methods given in Instrument System & Automation Society (formerly known as Instrument Society of America) Recommended Practice RP 7.6. 3. 22 OF 22 The Contractor shall remove in line instruments like flow meter.7. they shall be isolated from the pressure source and the pressure reading on a test gauge shall not fall by more than one psig in ten minutes. 3.4 Impulse Lines: All process impulse lines shall be disconnected and flushed with potable water.

7. The status/progress of testing calibration for each loop shall be reported to the Company in the format provided in Annexure II of Instrumentation Design Criteria. .1 The Contractor’s instrument personnel shall calibrate instruments. 25 and 0 percent of the instrument range downscale (falling). all tests shall simulate. etc. potentiometers. otherwise calibration prior to installation or removal for calibration shall be done. design process conditions by use of manometers. All instruments.2 In general. 25.6 Wiring: Wiring shall be checked to ensure that it is correctly connected and properly grounded.7.6.6 SHEET No.7. 23 OF 23 For direct mounted instrument such as level gauges.7. unless otherwise noted. Three (3) point calibration shall refer to the input signal to an instrument equivalent to 0.4. the instruments shall be drained. The Contractor shall provide written results of all instrument calibration in prescribed format and shall submit such formats well in advance for Company’s approval. 3. 75 and 100 per cent of the instrument range upscale (rising) and 75.6. as closely as possible.7 Calibration & Testing: 3. the components removed and the shipping stops replaced.4. 3. 3.4. utilizing hydraulic and pneumatic suppliers.6. the installations shall be pressurized to maximum operating pressure slowly and steadily with the instruments. Upon completion of these tests.6. Submission of this document shall be done at least 6 (six) months prior to calibration of the relevant instrument.4. 3.7. level switches etc. if necessary. Insulation test shall be carried out on all wiring taking necessary precautions. The installations shall then be isolated from main pressure source. shall be calibrated in both upscale and downscale directions and.OFFSHORE DESIGN SECTION MUMBAI REGION INSTRUMENTATION DESIGN CRITERIA WELL PLATFORM PROJECT VOL No II REV No 1 Section No. be done with the instrument or system in place. The pressure shall not fall at a rate exceeding one psig/hr. This calibration shall when possible. 50.7. Correct connections of all electric or pneumatic switches shall be checked. level transmitters (displacer type). The Contractor shall submit document confirming that the testing equipment to be used for calibration purpose are certified and calibrated. adjusted until their accuracies conform to those limits stated by the manufacturer. 50. deadweight testers. test pressure gauges.

7.4. 3.6 SHEET No. All errors of faulty workmanship discovered during this testing shall be corrected to the satisfaction of the Company The installation and testing requirements of individual instruments / systems shall be as per the relevant Functional Specification.OFFSHORE DESIGN SECTION MUMBAI REGION INSTRUMENTATION DESIGN CRITERIA WELL PLATFORM PROJECT VOL No II REV No 1 Section No.6. .8 Testing And Calibration Report: The Contractor shall provide written results of all above tests and if required by the Company. 24 OF 24 3. provide reasonable evidence of the satisfactory condition of test equipment.

4.8. The spares requirement of individual systems shall be as per the relevant functional specification. 25 OF 25 3.6.8.6.4. 3.1 INSTRUMENT SPARES PHILOSOPHY: For all major equipment.3 3. All spare parts shall be marked with the manufacturer’s part number.2 3.4.8.6. 3.6 SHEET No.8 3. The Contractor shall also furnish separately. name and/ or reference number. the Contractor shall include normal commissioning spares as a part of the equipment. All spare parts shall be packed separately from the main instrument.4 . list of recommended spares for two year’s trouble free operation along with the prices for purchaser’s review.6.4.8. All spare parts shall comply with the same standards and specifications as the original equipment and shall be fully interchangeable with original parts. and shall be properly protected to prevent deterioration and damage during shipment and storage.OFFSHORE DESIGN SECTION MUMBAI REGION INSTRUMENTATION DESIGN CRITERIA WELL PLATFORM PROJECT VOL No II REV No 1 Section No.4.6.

26 OF 26 3.OFFSHORE DESIGN SECTION MUMBAI REGION INSTRUMENTATION DESIGN CRITERIA WELL PLATFORM PROJECT VOL No II REV No 1 Section No. pneumatic shutdown panels and local panels etc to operate and control future facilities as shown in P&ID and / or indicated in the Basic Bid Work.4. 3. .6.9 PHILOSOPHY FOR FUTURE FACILITIES: Provision shall be made in all control systems such as control room instrumentation.6 SHEET No. All panel / cabinet mounted instruments and accessories required for this purpose shall be supplied and installed by Contractor.

Pipe Size ½” ¾” 1” 1½” S2” Max. Members of Users 3 14 23 50 100 All take-off for branch lines shall be of SS 316 & shall be from the top of the main header with SS 316 block valves equal in size to the branch line. Nom. each manifold take-off shall supply only one user and shall be labeled with the user’s tag number.6. 27 OF 27 3. 3.4 BULK ITEM REQUIREMENTS FOR INTERFACING: INSTRUMENT AIR HEADERS Instrument air/gas mains shall be in accordance with the piping specification of appropriate service and operation rating.5 3.OFFSHORE DESIGN SECTION MUMBAI REGION INSTRUMENTATION DESIGN CRITERIA WELL PLATFORM PROJECT VOL No II REV No 1 Section No. . All low points shall have a ½” valve installed as a drain and blow down point. Every pneumatic instrument requiring instrument air / gas supply. The size of instrument air/gas mains shall be established in accordance with the table below unless otherwise specified. The branches to individual pneumatic instruments shall be as per the Hook-up drawing provided in Annexure III of this document.5.6.6 SHEET No. Wherever the air / gas sub header ends in a distribution manifold. Four spare outlets fitted with plugged valves shall be provided on each distribution manifold for future use. shall be provided with a small volume 316 SS filter regulator fitted with integral relief valve and output gauge to ensure that suitable quality and pressure air is received by the instrument.

6 SHEET No. 28 OF 28 Manufacturer or fabricator supplying equipment or vessels mounted on skids. shall be fed with pneumatic supply form this header. on the skid with end connection at skid battery limit. 3. All pneumatic instruments on the skid. The non-skid supply piping shall terminate at skid boundary and the location and size of the supply connection shall be noted on vendor approval drawings. .OFFSHORE DESIGN SECTION MUMBAI REGION INSTRUMENTATION DESIGN CRITERIA WELL PLATFORM PROJECT VOL No II REV No 1 Section No. of proper size. which incorporate instrumentation requiring pneumatic supply. shall install a pneumatic supply header.

The cables used shall in general be of the following types: a) Fire Resistant Cables: Cables of this type shall be used for all circuits that have a safety-related function.5 INSTRUMENT CABLES: (The general requirements of cables are as given below.6.5 sq. The O2 index of PVC shall be over 30. For further detail refer functional specification for cables. galvanized steel armoring and overall PVC outer jacket. These shall have PVC inner jacket. ESD systems. 3. PVC covered. warning beacons and platform status lamps. 7 stranded Copper conductor.OFFSHORE DESIGN SECTION MUMBAI REGION INSTRUMENTATION DESIGN CRITERIA WELL PLATFORM PROJECT VOL No II REV No 1 Section No.5.5.5. or are required to remain operational under emergency conditions. PA Systems. 100% aluminium Mylar shielding shall be provided with 25% overlap on either side & 18 AWG 7 strands copper drain conductor. b) Fire Retardant Cables: Cables that are not Fire Resistant shall be Fire Retardant type and shall comply with the requirements of IEC 60332-3 (Category – C).6 SHEET No. The properties of fire retardant cables to be used for different applications shall in general be as follows: i) Signal Cables: Twisted single pair/triad cables shall be 600 V rated and shall have 1.6. These cables shall comply with the requirements of IEC 60331 and IEC 60332-3 (Category C) or better. fire control systems.1 Cable Types: The inner and outer jacket of the cables shall be made of extruded flame retardant 90oC PVC to IS 5831 type ST2. and power supplies to those systems. 3. Ripcord shall also be provided. mm. 29 OF 29 3. . The temperature index shall be over 250 oC. This includes all parts of F & G Systems.

for communication.2 Cable Sizes: Cables with individually screened pairs shall be used for very low-level signals such as thermocouple wiring or similar. turbine meter etc. or for pulsed signals.1.5. Individual pair shielding apart from overall shielding. galvanized steel armoring and overall PVC sheathing. iv) Power Cables: Power cables shall be 3-core. One pair of 22 AWG 7 strand copper wire with PVC insulation. Maximum of 12 pairs per cable Control / Alarm / Status Cables: These shall be same as signal cables except there shall be no individual pair shielding in case of multipair cables. shall be as per manufacturer's recommendation. thermoelectric characteristics and limits of errors shall be as per ANSI MC 96.6 SHEET No. Colour coding.5 mm2 copper conductors with PVC insulation. 30 OF 30 Multipair cables shall have following additional features: • • • • ii) Pair identification by colour coding/numbering. minimum 2. iii) Compensating Cables for Thermocouples: These cables shall be generally same as signal cables except conductor shall be solid 16 AWG in single pair and solid 20 AWG in case of multipair cables. Types and sizes shall be as follows: . 3.5.OFFSHORE DESIGN SECTION MUMBAI REGION INSTRUMENTATION DESIGN CRITERIA WELL PLATFORM PROJECT VOL No II REV No 1 Section No. c) Special Cables: Cables for special instruments like analyzer. 3.6.

Splices shall be made only at terminals. Cables must be pulled into conduit in a way that ensures there is not damage to the cable. If run in the same tray a metallic earthed separator shall be provided. no screen. 3. Power cables shall not be run in trays carrying signal cables.5 mm2 conductors Larger sizes shall be used where required to keep cable voltage drop below 2% of the supply voltage.OFFSHORE DESIGN SECTION MUMBAI REGION INSTRUMENTATION DESIGN CRITERIA WELL PLATFORM PROJECT VOL No II REV No 1 Section No. generally at the control instrument (panel) end.6. 3. Where cables are run through conduit. Conduits carrying intrinsically safe cables shall be painted with the blue color bands at each end. in instruments or approved equipment/junction boxes in any cable path shall be limited to one only.5 Cable Marking: All cables shall be identified with stainless steel cable markers securely fixed to the cable with cable tie wraps at the following locations: .6.5.5.5.6. as far as possible.5. 3. 31 OF 31 • • • Analogue multipair cables : Digital multipair cables : Digital cored cables : Overall screen 1. 2.5.5 mm2 conductors For 24 VDC power. the entry and exit shall be smooth and free from burrs. The use of conduits shall be kept to a minimum.5 mm2 conductors Overall screen 1.3 Cable Shielding: All instrument signal cables shall be continuously shielded with the shield grounded at the same point as the signal circuit. The physical separation of power and signal cables shall be as per API-550 Part –I SECTION VII.5.6 SHEET No. 3.4 Cable Runs: All instrumentation cables shall be supported / layed in trays. Cables in intrinsically safe circuits shall preferably be not run in the tray for cables in non-intrinsically safe circuits.

3. Plastic adhesive tapes shall not be used for identification. ground Connections.5. cables. Terminals for electrical connections including thermocouple extension wires shall be numbered and identified to indicate polarity. Instrument cables shall be segregated from antenna cables and others carrying RF signals so as to avoid interference. Identification and details of all such equipment and wiring/tubing shall also be clearly marked on appropriate drawings. Negative – Black Cable outer sheaths shall be coloured as follows: • • 3. Cable cores shall be coloured as follows: • • 24 V DC Digital Circuits: Analogue Circuits: Positive – White. 3. Negative – Black Positive – White. test connections. and any other pertinent information.6. All wiring shall be tagged with slip on or clip-on wire marker at both ends with the wire number specified on the drawings. multi-tube bundles.5. ducts and supports Both sides of walls or bulkheads Cable markers shall be fitted during or immediately after cable installation. 32 OF 32 • • • All cable glands Entering and leaving cable ladders.6 Cable Identification: All wiring. junction boxes and auxiliary equipment shall be suitably identified as per applicable codes and practices.5.6 SHEET No. .OFFSHORE DESIGN SECTION MUMBAI REGION INSTRUMENTATION DESIGN CRITERIA WELL PLATFORM PROJECT VOL No II REV No 1 Section No. tubes.7 Intrinsically Safe: Non-IS Cables: Light Blue Black Cable Segregation: The Contractor shall ensure that there is no interference between cables having different voltage or signal types.5.6.

5-mm2 conductors minimum (no flying leads) and correctly certified where necessary. with only one conductor per terminal side. 3. which may be liable to affect or be affected by any other cables. Intrinsically safe signal cables may be run on the same tray as non-IS signal cables if they are segregated by metal barrier. such as thermocouple wiring.5.OFFSHORE DESIGN SECTION MUMBAI REGION INSTRUMENTATION DESIGN CRITERIA WELL PLATFORM PROJECT VOL No II REV No 1 Section No. with screens grounded at the equipment room end only.5. shall have individual and overall screens and shall be installed on a separate tray or ladder adequately separated from other cable systems.6.6 SHEET No. an adjustable elbow or union shall be provided between the terminating gland and the instrument.5. Cable transits shall be used to provide gas-tight cable penetrations through decks or firewalls. certified. 3. 33 OF 33 Very low-level signals. For ease of instrument disconnection. Cabling to locally mounted instruments shall not be routed across normal or emergency walkways nor interfere with access to equipment. 3. . All terminations shall be screw clamp type terminals for 2. A neat loop of cable 250 mm diameter shall be left immediately adjacent to all instrument devices in the field. Insulated crimp lugs shall be used for all cable core connections. These glands shall be explosion proof. including serial link and data highway cables.9 Cable Termination: All cables shall be terminated using double compression type glands on explosion proof equipment.5.6. and securely insulated at the field end. or of pulsed signals or any other signal types. All cable glands in outdoor service and on equipment subjected to salt water spray shall be weather proof also. All cables exiting equipment rooms shall be armoured.8 Cable Installation: All instrument signal cables shall be continuously screened.

Printed sleeve-type ferrules shall be fitted to all cable cores on both sides of every core. The inner sheath shall be left on the cable after the gland. Terminals shall be tinned or Silver plated. Only one conductor shall be used per terminal side.OFFSHORE DESIGN SECTION MUMBAI REGION INSTRUMENTATION DESIGN CRITERIA WELL PLATFORM PROJECT VOL No II REV No 1 Section No. stack on type and shall use captive screws for terminals. Cables shall be terminated in 316 SS glands. Cable entry to control room/other rooms shall be through listed multicable transits. The communications conductor of a cable shall be terminated in the bottom terminal(s) of a row of terminals. 3. near skid boundary.6 SHEET No. The location of this junction box shall be noted on vendor drawings. Cable cores shall not be ‘pig tail’ finish. Cable Termination for Skid Items: Manufacturer or fabricator supplying skid mounted equipment or vessels with instrumentation which provides or utilizes off skid alarms / shutdowns / control functions. . Vibration proof. 34 OF 34 No wire shall be terminated/left with mechanical strain on it in any conduit or trunking. All cables shall be individually loomed at maximum fixing centers of 60 mm and where cores leave the loom. and removed at the point of entry into wiring duct. suitably certified where necessary. Terminal blocks shall be non-hygroscopic. ‘C’ type and adhesive type shall not be used. All terminations shall be through use of wire lugs. Terminal blocks shall be flame retardant type. Cable screens and drain wires shall be securely insulated at the final field termination. shall terminate signals on a central junction box. available for hook-up by Contractor.

All Ex e and Ex d enclosures shall have all spare entries sealed with suitably certified 316 SS plugs. bottom entry is preferred. and industrial enclosures. Entries shall be suitably spaced to enable ease of installation of cable glands. Cables shall not enter through the top or sides of outdoor enclosures. Tapped cable entries shall be of good quality. boxes certified Explosionproof / flame-proof Ex d shall be used. e. .g. 3.6 SHEET No. All enclosure cable entries shall have NPT threads.5. Where this is not possible a certified 316 SS adaptor shall be fitted. The thread shall be continuous and shall permit the cable gland to fit squarely against the gland plate (or enclosure). All junction boxes shall be effectively sealed. For indoor enclosures. Where this is impractical. a heavy PVC sheet shall be used to cover the junction box to exclude rain and dust. once uncrated or fitted into position. The threads of all cable glands and adaptors shall be greased on assembly.5. large multi-cable junction boxes. without stripped or damaged threads. Cable glands fitted to all Ex e enclosures. For non-intrinsically safe circuits. cable glands shall be fitted with double locknuts. All lids shall be replaced during any break in work. shall have a nylon or lead sealing washer between the Cable Gland and Gland Plate (or enclosure) to ensure IP 66 protection.6. boxes certified Increased Safety Ex e shall be used. Field junction boxes shall be certified for use in hazardous area in which they are installed. Instrument junction boxes shall not be used for electrical power cables.OFFSHORE DESIGN SECTION MUMBAI REGION INSTRUMENTATION DESIGN CRITERIA WELL PLATFORM PROJECT VOL No II REV No 1 Section No. Sealing washers shall not be fitted to glands entering Ex d enclosures. Junction boxes in any cable path from field to control room shall be limited to one only. Where the gland plate is not thick enough for tapping.10 Cable Junction Boxes: Separate junction boxes shall be used for intrinsically safe wiring. For intrinsically safe circuits. 35 OF 35 3.

reducers and plugs shall be certified • • . adaptors. Comb connectors shall not be used. 36 OF 36 All terminals (including unused terminals) shall be tightened down.OFFSHORE DESIGN SECTION MUMBAI REGION INSTRUMENTATION DESIGN CRITERIA WELL PLATFORM PROJECT VOL No II REV No 1 Section No. adaptors. feed through cross connection bar shall be used. reducers and plugs shall be certified All metal flanges and box lids shall be sealed after assembly with a grease-impregnated cloth.6 SHEET No. Requirements of Ex e enclosures: • • • Minimum degree of protection shall be IP 66 Damaged enclosures shall be completely replaced The contents of an Ex e enclosure shall not be altered without the prior approval of the Company’s Electrical or Instrument Engineer. 3. Damaged terminals shall be replaced with approved Ex e terminal All glands. For communing of terminals. Requirements of Ex d enclosures: • • • • • • • Minimum degree of protection shall be IP 66 Ex d enclosures shall not be drilled or machined under any circumstances Damaged enclosures shall be completely replaced Flange surfaces shall be clean and undamaged All fixing bolts shall be present and tightened to the correct torque All glands.

X 0. The minimum size shall be ¼” OD. no torque type for use on heavy or thin wall tubing. Sizes shall be as follows: S.D.5. pressure seat.035” W.T. 316 SS tube 2 3 4 For instruments on API 5000# class piping. Ferrule and nut shall be of the same material as the fittings.6 SHEET No.T. Flare type fitting shall not be used.035” W. Monel tubing shall be used on sea water and produced water service and shall be fully annealed seamless as per ASTM B165 with size ½” O.T.D. Tubing shall be supported and protected by stainless steel angle / channel or ladder / tray along the complete length of each run and shall be fastened with stainless steel saddles at a maximum of 1 m intervals on straight runs. 316 SS tube 1/2” O.D X 0.065” W. 3. and shall be of reputable makes (such as Swagelok or Parker). X 0.1 INSTRUMENT AIR TUBING & FITTINGS: Tubing Material & Sizes: All tubing and fittings shall be imperial sizes. & 3/8” O. Tube fittings shall be of double ferrule.D. X 0.6.035” W. X 0. 1 Application High-pressure hydraulic lines ESD/FSD loop Pneumatic supply to shutdown valves Process impulse lines Size ¼”O. the impulse lines and fittings shall be as per piping specifications.T.D.035” W.035” W. Stainless steel tubing shall be soft annealed seamless type 316 SS as per ASTM A269. TFE threads sealant shall be used on all threaded connections.D.D. X 0. X 0.OFFSHORE DESIGN SECTION MUMBAI REGION INSTRUMENTATION DESIGN CRITERIA WELL PLATFORM PROJECT VOL No II REV No 1 Section No.6. Threaded connections shall be NPT for all components and piping and tubing systems for process and utilities connections. Tape shall not be used. expressed in nominal outside diameter (OD) and all threads shall be NPT Tubing and fittings shall be of 316 SS to ASTM A269 unless otherwise specified.T. . 3/8” O.049” W.6 3.T.5. Tubing runs shall be supported and protected.T.6. 3/8” O. 3/8” O. 37 OF 37 3.

. c.6.1) Proof Pressure Test Test assemblies (tubes and fittings) selected at random shall be subjected to a pressure of 1.5 times the maximum working pressure applied at the rate of 200 kg/cm2 per minute and maintained at the final pressure for five minutes without leak. 3. The tests specified below shall be carried out on samples drawn at random.6.2 Tubing Testing Requirements: Testing requirement for tube & tube fittings (Both Hydraulic & Pneumatic): a) b) The tests shall be according to ASTM A450. Tests to be carried out are: c) d) c. there is a minimum hardness difference of 5 to 10 between tube and fittings for better sealing.5.2) Dismantling and Re-assembly Test A minimum of three test assemblies that have successfully completed `Proof Pressure Test’ as above shall be disassembled and assembled ten times after which they must pass the Proof Pressure Test’ again. 38 OF 38 Channel or tray support for tubing runs shall be sized for a minimum capacity of 30% greater than that required. All pneumatic exhaust ports and breathers shall be fitted with bug screens.6 SHEET No. 3. installed facing downwards. Hardness for tubes shall not exceed RB 70 – 79 and hardness for fittings (ferrules) shall be such that.OFFSHORE DESIGN SECTION MUMBAI REGION INSTRUMENTATION DESIGN CRITERIA WELL PLATFORM PROJECT VOL No II REV No 1 Section No. The test fluid for hydraulic testing shall be mineral oil having viscosity grade of ISO VG46 and ISO VG32.

39 OF 39 c. All the drain valves shall be in 316 SS/MONEL. Tubing shall be joined by compression fittings.OFFSHORE DESIGN SECTION MUMBAI REGION INSTRUMENTATION DESIGN CRITERIA WELL PLATFORM PROJECT VOL No II REV No 1 Section No. to avoid the use of fittings. . The only retightening is after the first 1000 pressure impulses to allow for bending.5. Instrument lines shall be run in the vertical plane as far as possible and shall be run with the minimum number of changes of directions consistent with good practice and neat appearance. 3. They shall be subjected simultaneously to pressure impulse of 1. Direction of slope is to be downward from the process for liquid service and upward from the process for gas service.6 SHEET No. All impulse lines shall be run with a slope not less than 1 in 12 except where otherwise specified. c. All pipe and tubing shall be run in horizontal and vertical planes only.5 times the maximum working pressure at 30 to 100 cycle per minute and vibration in two mutually perpendicular planes at 1300 to 2820 cycles per minutes for a minimum of 5 X 10 pressure impulses and 20 X 10 vibration cycles. The use of short lengths of tubing in long runs shall be avoided.3 Tubing Installation: The primary instrument block valves for all instruments shall be as per piping specifications. The assembly must maintain the vacuum pressure for fifteen minutes.3) Hydraulic Impulse Cum Vibration Test A minimum of three test assemblies that have successfully completed the `Proof Pressure Test’ shall be mounted on a hydraulic impulse cum vibration test bench.6.4) Vacuum Test A minimum of three test assemblies that have successfully completed the 'Proof Pressure Test’ shall be subjected a negative pressure of 700m Bar and then disconnected from Vacuum Pump. Tubing shall be bent with correct size tubing bender where required to avoid the use of fittings. 3. Tubing cutter shall always be used to cut tubing. During the testing the leakage shall not exceed 1cm3/Hr/Assembly.6.

3. 3. Pipes or tubes installed but not connected. Tubing run in permanent enclosures shall not have joints.OFFSHORE DESIGN SECTION MUMBAI REGION INSTRUMENTATION DESIGN CRITERIA WELL PLATFORM PROJECT VOL No II REV No 1 Section No. Where the length of transmission tubing exceeds 60 Mtrs. Where permanent enclosures are left with space for instrument tubing to be pulled in at some future date. All reasonable precautions shall be taken to prevent foreign material entering tubing / pipelines before and during erection.6. Tubing shall be arranged so that couplings can be tightened without distorting lines. shall have the ends closed in approved fashion to prevent the entry of foreign material by suitable caps or plugs. Tubing runs shall be grouped together and clamped where possible. Instrument tubing shall not run on trays intended for cables and shall not share the same transit with cables. 40 OF 40 All tubing shall be run in such a manner as to give the maximum protection against mechanical damage.5. No pipe or tube shall be left with mechanical strain on it.4 Piping Supports: Piping and tubing shall be adequately supported and fixed at distances not exceeding those in the following table: . (200 Ft. a galvanized pull wire of adequate size shall be left in the tray. On tubing to pipe connections and in making of screwed pipe joints. except at special junction boxes provided for this purpose.6. the Contractor shall ensure that entry and exit of such enclosures is clean and smooth.) the Company should be consulted as to the necessary of installing signal booster relays. Teflon tape shall be applied to make thread in a manner to insure tape is not over the end of the male fittings. Where tubing is run in permanent enclosures.6 SHEET No.

3.035” W.D. Manufacturer or fabricator supplying skid mounted equipments or vessels with instrumentation. or control functions shall tube signals to a central bulkhead. Location of the bulkhead shall be noted on vendor drawings. which provides. near skid boundary.) /8” O. and less ½” to ¾” Nom. All instrument tubing supports shall be galvanized prior to installation.6 SHEET No.) 3 Mtrs. . (9ft. X 0. Signal transmission shall be through ¼” O. Pipe bushing shall not be used.T. available for hook up by the Contractor for connection to offside equipment. tubing run singly or in bundles. Differential or static pressure sensing lines shall not exceed 6 Mtrs.OFFSHORE DESIGN SECTION MUMBAI REGION INSTRUMENTATION DESIGN CRITERIA WELL PLATFORM PROJECT VOL No II REV No 1 Section No. (20 Feet) for direct connected or locally mounted instruments. offside alarms. If extended lengths of multiple tubing are to be run. Size Multi tube Bundles All field-mounted instrument air tubing shall be supported with galvanized steel angles or channels of minimum 1/8” thickness fabricated to present a neat appearance.) 3 Mtrs. (6 ft. Plugs shall be of bar-stock with hex heads. Size ¾” to 1” Nom. 41 OF 41 Single Tubing 3 Max. (9ft. All mechanical ferrule seater shall be used on tubing for 140 kg/cm2 (2000 psi) and over. shutdowns.D. or utilizes pneumatic. multiple bundles and junction boxes with weatherproof entries may be used to the best advantage. Distance Between Supports Continuous 2 Mtrs.

6 mm thick for tapered threads and 3 mm thick for parallel threads. drilled with 10 mm fixing holes.5.OFFSHORE DESIGN SECTION MUMBAI REGION INSTRUMENTATION DESIGN CRITERIA WELL PLATFORM PROJECT VOL No II REV No 1 Section No. Screwdriver-operated door latches shall be fitted at the top and bottom. The plate shall be bolted to the box with 316 SS bolts. each junction box shall have identification label attached to the box with 316 SS screws in a manner which will not invalidate the hazardous area certification. In addition to the manufacturer’s certification label. The label shall include an engraved Tag No. An additional tag stating “Intrinsically Safe Circuits” shall be installed. two top and bottom.6. boxes certified Increased Safety Ex e shall be used. sealed with a neoprene gasket and fitted with an 8 mm earthing stud. Terminals shall be Ex e rail-mounted tunnel-type made of melamine. Boxes shall be bottom entry with a removable 316 SS gland plate. . The construction of junction boxes shall be as under: a) Increased Safety Junction box construction shall be 1. Boxes shall provide IP 66 ingress protection. Hinges shall be the lift-off pintle type. The gland plate shall be drilled and tapped. Wiring ducts shall be coloured blue. All incoming cables shall enter from the sides of the junction box. constructed of stainless steel. For non-intrinsically safe circuits. 3. The label shall be constructed of white-black-white laminated plastic. boxes certified Explosion Proof / Flame proof Ex d shall be used. A full size removable stainless steel gear plate shall be fitted inside each box. piano hinges are not acceptable. Boxes shall have four external mounting lugs. Outgoing cable shall be from the bottom of the junction box. A restraining mechanism shall prevent opening more that 160o. 42 OF 42 3.7 JUNCTION BOXES: Instrument junction boxes shall be certified for use in the hazardous area in which they are installed.6 SHEET No. For intrinsically safe circuits.5 mm 316L SS. Boxes shall have doors hinged minimum at two points with a neoprene seal fitted all round. This shall be blue-whiteblue laminated plastic.

in addition the manufacturer’s certification label. and fitted with certified 316 SS plugs. A full size removable stainless steel gear plate shall be fitted inside each box. Boxes shall have at least four external mounting lugs. 43 OF 43 b) Explosion Proof Explosion proof junction boxes shall be constructed from 316 SS. . made of melamine. Each junction box shall have an identification label. The label shall be constructed of white-black-white laminated plastic. 3. drilled with 10 mm fixing holes. and 20% spare entries shall be provided. attached with 316 SS screws in a manner. Cable entries shall be drilled and tapped to suit the required glands. Junction box lids shall have cast hinges integral to the box with stainless steel pins. Terminals shall be rail-mounted tunnel-type.6 SHEET No. Cables shall enter from the bottom. which will not invalidate the hazardous area certification.OFFSHORE DESIGN SECTION MUMBAI REGION INSTRUMENTATION DESIGN CRITERIA WELL PLATFORM PROJECT VOL No II REV No 1 Section No. and an 8 mm external earth lug.

Instrument isolation valves shall be installed as per the P & IDs and as detailed in the approved hook-up drawings. nozzles provided on vessels and tanks will be DN50 RF flange. Take-offs from lines or vessels for all direct connected pressure instruments shall meet or exceed the line or vessel specification. 3 or 5-valve manifold as appropriate. bleed and bypass. The only exception to this is for DP level transmitters with filled leg. For Thermowell installation. The nozzle length on vessels for temperature instruments on piping will be 200 mm (8"). 44 OF 44 3.6.6 SHEET No. which shall have block and bleed but no bypass capability.5. providing block. Generally.8 INSTRUMENT PROCESS CONNECTIONS: Instrument process connections shall be as per relevant piping specifications. All threaded connections of the instruments shall be tapered. Connection for air or gas supply. transmission and control signals shall normally be internally threaded ¼” NPT. Instruments for ESD or F&G systems shall each have their own individual tapping. minimum pipe size shall be 4". so long as their function is not safety-related. . tanks and piping shall be the sizes and types listed in the following table. Each pressure transmitter shall be supplemented with a direct connected process pressure gauge on the same tapping. The Contractor shall provide suitably rated flange adaptors to allow tubing connections where required. Each pressure instrument shall have individual block. Instruments process measurement connections shall be threaded ½” minimum. Connections to vessels. All pressure instruments shall have an individual piping block valve and a 2.OFFSHORE DESIGN SECTION MUMBAI REGION INSTRUMENTATION DESIGN CRITERIA WELL PLATFORM PROJECT VOL No II REV No 1 Section No. 3. A maximum of two (2) pressure instruments may be connected to the same pressure tapping.

etc. multi-tube bundles.6. 45 OF 45 3. 3. All instruments shall have SS tag or nameplate of a permanent type with identification number and service description.6 3.OFFSHORE DESIGN SECTION MUMBAI REGION INSTRUMENTATION DESIGN CRITERIA WELL PLATFORM PROJECT VOL No II REV No 1 Section No. junction boxes and auxiliary equipment shall be suitably identified as per applicable codes and practices. All panel instrument nameplates shall be constructed of white laminated plastic plates with black engraved lettering and securely fastened with 316 SS screws. All front panel mounted equipment shall also be identified with a metal or plastic nameplate attached to the rear of the device.6.) Name of the Platform The tag number of every instrument shall appear on all relevant drawings and documents that pertain to the specific instrument. and easily visible via the rear access doors. etc. Nameplates and identification tags shall be provided to properly identify each piece of instrumentation / equipment including instruments. Junction boxes. The tag numbers shall in general be as follows: xxx xxx xxx xx Last 2 digits of reference P&ID Instrumentation Identification Number Name of the Instrument (FT.4 GENERAL REQUIREMENTS: TAGGING AND NAME PLATES: The Contractor shall assign individual tag numbers in accordance with the Company’s established system to all instruments. All wiring shall be tagged with slip on or clip-on wire marker at both ends. LT. . tubes.6. cables.6 SHEET No. wiring. with the wire number specified on the drawing. bulkhead connections. cables. All wiring. Plastic adhesive tapes shall not be used for identification.

air/gas headers. . the Company’s representative shall determine the final position. Labels shall be positioned directly on the equipment or immediately adjacent for best visibility. Instruments shall be furnished with stainless steel nametags containing tag number. tubing and wiring terminations shall be labeled or tagged in manner approved by the Company.6 SHEET No. junction boxes. manufacturer’s name. 3. Positioning the label to one side shall be done only when other preferred positions are unavailable. This tag shall be approximately 3” x 1” and shall be attached to the instrument with 16 gauge stainless steel wire. Junction box labels shall be fitted on the lid in a central position. model number and serial number.OFFSHORE DESIGN SECTION MUMBAI REGION INSTRUMENTATION DESIGN CRITERIA WELL PLATFORM PROJECT VOL No II REV No 1 Section No. Where label positioning is difficult. 46 OF 46 All site-mounted instruments.

1 Equipment Documentation: a) The Contractor shall provide the following documents as a minimum: i) ii) iii) iv) v) vi) vii) viii) ix) x) xi) xii) xiii) xiv) xv) xvi) xvii) xviii) xix) xx) xxi) xxii) xxiii) xxiv) xxv) xxvi) Operating philosophy of the system Proposed maintenance schedule of all major components. for the design life of the system.5.5 DOCUMENTATION: The contractor shall provide hard copies plus electronic copies on CD for all the documents. 3.6.6. Equipment specifications Catalogues Data sheets Test certificates Deviation schedule System layout drawings Functional schematic Bill of material / material take off Instrument layout & cable tray routing drawings Instrument calibration procedures Cable schedule Level Sketches Instrument & Junction box location plans / layouts Loop schematics Interconnection diagrams Cable termination details Installation standards / drawings Pneumatic ESD loop and pneumatic FSD (Fusible Plug) layouts Servo / air supply header and distribution drawings Redundant cables list Junction box wiring scheme Field calibration and loop checking report MCT block sizing and arrangement drawing As-built drawings .6. 3. and their replacement requirements.OFFSHORE DESIGN SECTION MUMBAI REGION INSTRUMENTATION DESIGN CRITERIA WELL PLATFORM PROJECT VOL No II REV No 1 Section No.6. 47 OF 47 3.6 SHEET No.

containing all information pertinent to the hazardous area work. Form B . The contractor shall be responsible for the authenticity of the drawings & data provided by the vendor as sell as sub-vendor(s). (Typical. catalogue information. drawings. The dossier shall include all necessary certificates. blank Form E is given in Annexure VII) Instrument / Equipment specifications Catalogues Duly filled data sheets.6 SHEET No. signed by the Vendor and Contractor Test certificates Functional schematic (as applicable) Bill of material / material take off Instrument calibration procedures QA / AC Plan The Contractor shall provide a dossier of all hazardous area equipment. e) . blank Form B is given in Annexure IV) Form C – List of Commissioning Spares – duly signed by the Vendor and Contractor (Typical. blank Form C is given in Annexure V) Form D – List of One year spares – duly signed by the Vendor and Contractor (Typical.OFFSHORE DESIGN SECTION MUMBAI REGION INSTRUMENTATION DESIGN CRITERIA WELL PLATFORM PROJECT VOL No II REV No 1 Section No. and duly signed by the Contractor. 48 OF 48 b) The Purchase Specification (PS) submitted for Company’s review / approval. calculations. iv) v) vi) vii) viii) ix) x) xi) xii) xiii) xiv) c) d) Minimum 4 (four) sets of Dossier shall be provided to the Company.Deviation schedule – duly signed by the Vendor and Contractor. etc. Each vendor data items requested above must be identified by the Purchase Order number and equipment tag number located on the cover sheet or first page of said item and in the case of engineering drawings on each and every drawing. shall have the following documents as a minimum: i) ii) iii) Top sheet identifying the document number. blank Form D is given in Annexure VI) Form E – Inspection Requirement Table – duly signed by the Vendor and Contractor (Typical. 3. data and specification sheets.

g) h) 3.5. The index shall include the information listed below: • • • • • • • • • • • Instrument Tag Number Service Description Vessel / Line details Process fluid Operating pressure / temperature / flow / level parameters Manufacturer / Model Range / Calibrated Range Reference Piping And Instrument Diagram Drawing Number Data Sheet Number. . With Latest Revision Location Of Instrument (i.6 SHEET No.6.OFFSHORE DESIGN SECTION MUMBAI REGION INSTRUMENTATION DESIGN CRITERIA WELL PLATFORM PROJECT VOL No II REV No 1 Section No.2 Instrument Index: The contractor shall provide an Instrument Index. 3. 49 OF 49 f) Any additional data/drawings required as a result of issuing supplements to a purchase order or during detailed engineering shall be furnished by Vendor and handled in the same manner as the original order.e. Field.6. Control Panel) Remarks Column The instrument index shall form the basis for documenting all instrumentation and shall be listed in alphanumeric order of instrument tag number and shall contain all relevant information for each instrument. The index shall be based on Microsoft Access. All drawings and literatures shall be in English language and in the Metric Measurement System. 279mm X 432mm (11" x 17") size and full size are to be of such quality that clear legible prints can be made with Osalid type reproduction facilities. The reproducible drawings.

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Instrument Data Sheet: A duly filled data sheet shall be provided for every item of instrumentation equipment, including those which are part of equipment packages, except those items which form part of the bulk material take-off. These specification sheets shall be according to relevant ISA _____ and shall contain all information pertaining to a particular instrument including: • • • • • • • • • Manufacturer Model Mechanical Details Electrical Details Materials Process Data (where required) Range Hazardous area classification and certificate details (type of protection, certifying authority) Line or Vessel Number

When a number of items are identical in their requirements, these can be covered by a single specification sheet, provided all tag numbers are clearly listed. The Contractor shall submit his proposed data sheet for Company approval. Data sheets shall be generated using Microsoft Excel. 3.6.6.5.4 Instrument Calculations: The Contractor shall provide certified calculations for instruments, including those listed below: • • • • • • Control valve sizing Regulator sizing Relief valve and rupture disc sizing Shutdown valve stroking time Flow element sizing Restriction orifice sizing and stress analysis

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Thermowell wade frequency DP level transmitter ranging Intrinsically safe loop calculations, including cable, isolator and field device parameters Cable voltage drop Diaphragm seal selection Analyzer fast loop time

These shall form part of the relevant Purchase Specification to be submitted during Detailed Engineering. 3.6.6.5.5 Flow Metering Report: The Contractor shall evaluate the flow metering requirements for the project and shall submit a report describing the selected metering methods, with supporting arguments and calculations.

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REVIEW AND APPROVAL: The Contractor shall thoroughly review and approve vendor drawings for all instruments including sub-package items, DCS, ESD system, local pneumatic SDP, pneumatic ESD / FSD loop charging panel, etc., as applicable, before forwarding to Company for further review and / approval. Only the approved drawings duly stamped and signed by a competent engineer of the Contractor shall be sent to the Company. All purchase specifications along with list of deviations, calculation sheets, offers of the vendor and all relevant correspondence shall be furnished for Company’s approval. Contractor shall not place the order without obtaining prior approval from the company. Contractor shall prepare and furnish the list of all drawings / documents as enlisted in the bid document for Company’s review. The category of drawings / documents (i.e. whether to be reviewed / approved by the Company) shall be decided after award of Contract. All vendors drawing shall be submitted for company’s review after the contractor’s engineering consultant approves them.

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the name(s) of Manufacturer etc.6.6. Approval of purchase specification does not absolve the contactor from supplying equipment of proven design as per the company specification. service.1 VENDOR PRE-QUALIFICATION: All equipment offered shall be of proven design.6. storage and traceability of products. Vendor / supplier or his sub supplier shall furnish the company’s profile with details of organogram & facilities. Quality assurance Manual shall be furnished for Company’ review which should include the schemes for product quality assurance.2 3. The following is applicable to Vendors who are not listed in the Suggested Vendor List: • The new Vendor shall furnish the past track record of similar material for similar service in offshore application along with details of clients.7.4 • • • • • . Vendor shall furnish leaflets / catalogues / drawings / sketches of the particular product being supplied Vendor shall furnish the details of their Indian Vendors (in case of foreign vendors) and sub-suppliers. type of product. 3. Similar equipment of the same vendor should have been in continuous satisfactory service on offshore installation for a minimum period of two (2) years and should be under Manufacture atleast for the last three (3) years.7.7. viz. year of completion.6. make. The contactor shall also furnish all pre-qualification documents for company’s review as and when asked for.6. 3.7.6 SHEET No.OFFSHORE DESIGN SECTION MUMBAI REGION INSTRUMENTATION DESIGN CRITERIA WELL PLATFORM PROJECT VOL No II REV No 1 Section No. quality assurance and quality control procedures. Contractor shall furnish list of all proposed vendors for Company’s approval.7 3.3 3. One set of pre-qualification documents on the product shall qualify only similar product of the same specifications and type.6.6. unless otherwise specified. 53 OF 53 3. and copies of any feedback information received from clients regarding functioning of equipment / material supplied.6.6. size.6.

3. In the event that the manufacture desires to effect any change in any of the above. etc. Bidder / manufacturer shall note that for manufacturing of the quoted items. • • .OFFSHORE DESIGN SECTION MUMBAI REGION INSTRUMENTATION DESIGN CRITERIA WELL PLATFORM PROJECT VOL No II REV No 1 Section No. the manufactures shall seek fresh qualification as indicated above. the same sources shall be utilized which were employed to manufacture the product on which pre-qualification tests are carried and approved. a change of manufacturer. shall not be permitted. 54 OF 54 • The manufacturer / Vendor / sub-supplier shall be qualified based on results of these tests / past experience / details provided and Company’s decision in this regard shall be final and binding on the bidder.6 SHEET No. Subsequent to qualification.

All opening shall be sealed. 55 OF 55 3. Each package shall be identified with purchase order number and content list in a weatherproof envelope.8 PREPARATION FOR SHIPMENT: Instruments or parts.6. 3. Any plant component exceeding 40 Kg in weight shall be supplied with lifting lugs or eye bolts. which can be damaged during shipment.OFFSHORE DESIGN SECTION MUMBAI REGION INSTRUMENTATION DESIGN CRITERIA WELL PLATFORM PROJECT VOL No II REV No 1 Section No. All flanged openings shall be protected with wood or steel closures attached by proper bolting and sealed with a plastic compound to exclude foreign material from the interior and fully protect the flange faces. A desiccant shall be provided inside all enclosures to prevent moisture damage due to high humidity. shall be packed separately in the original manufacturer’s boxes.6. The lugs or eyebolts should be positioned such that the component can be readily slung from a point over its centre of gravity.6 SHEET No. Threaded connections shall be protected with forged steel or moulded plastic screwed plugs. All mechanical or machined surfaces subject to atmospheric corrosion prior to installation on site shall be treated with an easily removable rust preventative. .

by the Contractor. The Contractor shall be fully responsible for equipment issued into his care. which has been issued to the Contractor. at the Company’s discretion. and shall provide secure facilities to provide a storage environment. reinstated or replaced. This plan shall provide means to immediately establish the status and location of any item.6. . Any equipment damaged after issue to the Contractor shall be repaired.OFFSHORE DESIGN SECTION MUMBAI REGION INSTRUMENTATION DESIGN CRITERIA WELL PLATFORM PROJECT VOL No II REV No 1 Section No. storage and release of all equipment released into his care. 3.6.9 RECEIPT AND STORAGE: The Contactor shall develop a comprehensive plan for receipt.6 SHEET No. including items supplied by others or free-issued by the Company. which shall protect the equipment to the vendor’s requirements. 56 OF 56 3.

ITEMS Functional Specification No. No.OFFSHORE DESIGN SECTION MUMBAI REGION INSTRUMENTATION DESIGN CRITERIA WELL PLATFORM PROJECT VOL No II REV No 1 Section No.6 SHEET No. MR / OD / INST / FS / 3100 MR / OD / INST / FS / 3101 MR / OD / INST / FS / 3102 MR / OD / INST / FS / 3103 MR / OD / INST / FS / 3104 MR / OD / INST / FS / 3200 MR / OD / INST / FS / 3201 MR / OD / INST / FS / 3202 MR / OD / INST / FS / 3203 MR / OD / INST / FS / 3204 MR / OD / INST / FS / 3205 MR / OD / INST / FS / 3206 MR / OD / INST / FS / 3207 MR / OD / INST / FS / 3208 MR / OD / INST / FS / 3209 MR / OD / INST / FS / 3210 MR / OD / INST / FS / 3211 MR / OD / INST / FS / 3300 MR / OD / INST / FS / 3301 MR / OD / INST / FS / 3302 MR / OD / INST / FS / 3401 MR / OD / INST / FS / 3402 MR / OD / INST / FS / 3403 MR / OD / INST / FS / 3404 MR / OD / INST / FS / 3405 MR / OD / INST / FS / 3500 MR / OD / INST / FS / 3501 MR / OD / INST / FS / 3502 MR / OD / INST / FS / 3503 FIELD INSTRUMENTS 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 Differential Pressure Level Instruments Level Gauges Level Switch (Pneumatic) Level Switch (Electric) Level Transmitter Flow Switch Flow Totalizer Flow Transmitter (Electronic) Orifice Plate Positive Displacement Meter Restriction Orifice Assembly Senior Orifice Assembly Rotameter Turbine Flow Meter Ultrasonic Flow meter Water Cut Meter Coriolis Flow Meter Temperature Gauges Temperature Switch (Electrical) Temperature Transmitters Differential Pressure Gauge Pressure Gauge Pressure Switch Pressure Transmitter (Electronic) Pressure Transmitter (Pneumatic) Fire and Gas Detection System Shut Down Panel Telemetry Interface Cabinet Instrumentation for Package Equipment . 57 OF 57 ANNEXURE – I Instruments & Instrumentation Systems – Well Platform S. 3.

3.6 SHEET No. 58 OF 58 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 Hi-Lo Pilot (Pneumatic / Electric) PIC (Pneumatic / Electric) Portable Data Logger Recorder (Electronic) Recorder (Pneumatic) Smart Calibrator Smart Communicator Filter Regulator P / I Converter Control Valves Safety Relief Valves Self Actuated Pressure Control Valve Chlorine Analyzer Corrosion Analyzer Dew Point Analyzer Dissolved Oxygen Analyzer Turbidity Analyzer Distributed Control System (DCS) Programmable Logic Controller (PLC) MR / OD / INST / FS / 3600 MR / OD / INST / FS / 3601 MR / OD / INST / FS / 3602 MR / OD / INST / FS / 3603 MR / OD / INST / FS / 3604 MR / OD / INST / FS / 3605 MR / OD / INST / FS / 3606 MR / OD / INST / FS / 3607 MR / OD / INST / FS / 3608 MR / OD / INST / FS / 3700 MR / OD / INST / FS / 3701 MR / OD / INST / FS / 3702 MR / OD / INST / FS / 3800 MR / OD / INST / FS / 3801 MR / OD / INST / FS / 3802 MR / OD / INST / FS / 3803 MR / OD / INST / FS / 3804 CONTROL ROOM INSTRUMENTS: MR / OD / INST / FS / C100 MR / OD / INST / FS / C101 Series 31_ _ represents Level Instruments Series 32_ _ represents Flow Instruments Series 33_ _ represents Temperature Instruments Series 34_ _ represents Pressure Instruments Series 35_ _ represents Systems Instruments Series 36_ _ represents Miscellaneous Instruments Series 37_ _ represents Valves Series 38_ _ represents Analyzers Series C1_ _ represents Control Room Instruments .OFFSHORE DESIGN SECTION MUMBAI REGION INSTRUMENTATION DESIGN CRITERIA WELL PLATFORM PROJECT VOL No II REV No 1 Section No.

3. INJECTION WATER 16/260 16/93 CS 16/371 GLYCOLITHERMINOL CS 16/121 TO 66 TO 75 TO 454 TO 82 TO 66 INSTRUMENT AIR UTILITY AIR POTABLE WATER SALT WATER GAS TURBINE EXHAUST SOLDIUM HYPOCHLORITE SALT WATER SEWER CS GALV.6 SHEET No. 59 OF 59 ANNEXURE – II: PIPING CLASS S. STNO A1 B1 D1 E1 F1 XFI A2 B2 D2 E2 A3 B3 A4 A5 A6 A7 A8 A9 B9 D9 E9 F9 A10 B10 D10 E10 F10 A11 B11 D11 E11 F11 ANSI CLASS LBS 150 300 600 900 1500 1500 150 300 600 900 150 300 150 150 150 150 150 150 300 600 900 1500 150 300 600 900 1500 150 300 600 900 1500 TEMP RANGE 0 C SERVICE PIPE MATERIAL HYDROCARBON LIQUID AND VAPOUR. NO 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 21(i) 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 MATL. CS GALV.OFFSHORE DESIGN SECTION MUMBAI REGION INSTRUMENTATION DESIGN CRITERIA WELL PLATFORM PROJECT VOL No II REV No 1 Section No. 90/10 CuNi SS 316 CPVC CS GALV TO 454 TO 425 LUBE OIL / SEAL CHEMICAL BREATHING AIR SS 316 SS316 TO 454 HYDRO CARBON LIQUID & VAPOUR (SOUR SERVICE) SS 316L (NACE) TO 121 HYDRO CARBON LIQUID & VAPOUR (SOUR SERVICE) DUPLEX STEEL TO 149 .

STNO PA1 PB1 PD1 PE1 PXF1 PF1 XG1 XG1N A1N B1N D1N E1N F1N A1H PA1N PB1N PD1N PE1N PF1N PA11 PB11 PD11 PE11 PF11 A12 A13 A14 SERVICE PIPE MATERIAL 16/120 HYDRO CARBON LIQUID & VAPOUR. LP FLARE HYDRO CARBON LIQUID & VAPOUR (SOUR SERVICE) FOR LAUNCHER / RECEIVERS ONLY 16/261 CS (NACE) 16/121 HYDRO CARBON LIQUID & VAPOUR (SOUR SERVICE) FOR LAUNCHER / RECEIVERS ONLY DUPLEX STEEL 16/175 99oC o 66 C CHEMICALS POTABLE WATER SALT SEWER TITANIUM COPPER PVC .) ANSI CLASS LBS 150 300 600 900 1500 1500 AP15000 AP15000 150 300 600 900 1500 150 150 300 600 900 1500 150 300 600 900 1500 150 150 150 TEMP RANGE 0 C S.DO ACIDIZATION ACIDIZATION (SOUR SERVICE) CS 16/120 16/260 16/60 16/60 CS CS CD CS 16/260 HYDRO CARBON LIQUID & VAPOUR (SOUR SERVICE) CS (NACE + ANNEX-I) CS 16/260 HP FLARE.OFFSHORE DESIGN SECTION MUMBAI REGION INSTRUMENTATION DESIGN CRITERIA WELL PLATFORM PROJECT VOL No II REV No 1 Section No.6 SHEET No. 60 OF 60 ANNEXURE – II (CONTD. (FOR LAUNCHER/RECEIVERS ONLY) . 3. INJECTION WATER (FOR LAUNCHER/RECEIVERS ONLY) HYDRO CARBON LIQUID & VAPOUR. NO 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 MATL.

3.6 SHEET No. 61 OF 61 ANNEXURE – III: TEST AND CALIBRATION FORM LOOP NO ITEM NOS TO SPECS INSTALLED PIPED/WIRED TO SPECS INSTALLED PIPED/WIRED CLIBRATE TO SPECS INSTALLED PIPED/WIRED CLIBRATE TO SPECS INSTALLED PIPED/WIRED CLIBRATE TO SPECS INSTALLED PIPED/WIRED CLIBRATE TO SPECS INSTALLED PIPED/WIRED CLIBRATE TO SPECS INSTALLED PIPED/WIRED CLIBRATE TO SPECS INSTALLED PIPED/WIRED CLIBRATE PRIMARY ELEMENT TRANSMITTER LOCATION MODULE SYSTEM DESCRIPTION (ABBREVAIATION) CONTROL VALVE DATE RECORDER TEST EQUIPMENT USED RECORDER INDICATOR CONTRACTOR AND PERSONAL MAKING TEST ALARM SWITCHES ACCESSORIES REMARKS LOOP CHECK .OFFSHORE DESIGN SECTION MUMBAI REGION INSTRUMENTATION DESIGN CRITERIA WELL PLATFORM PROJECT VOL No II REV No 1 Section No.

OFFSHORE DESIGN SECTION MUMBAI REGION INSTRUMENTATION DESIGN CRITERIA WELL PLATFORM PROJECT VOL No II REV No 1 Section No.6 SHEET No. 3. 62 OF 62 ANNEXURE – IV: PNEUMATIC INSTRUMENT BRANCHING CONNECTIONS .

63 OF 63 ANNEXURE – V: FORM B – DEVIATION LIST (TYPICAL) Requisition for: Project: S. “NO DEVIATIONS” shall be written across the table) . 3. No. Document Clause No. Requirement Vendor’s deviation with reasons Notes (If any): Vendor’s Signature.OFFSHORE DESIGN SECTION MUMBAI REGION INSTRUMENTATION DESIGN CRITERIA WELL PLATFORM PROJECT VOL No II REV No 1 Section No. Seal & Date Contractor’s Signature & Date (This form shall be signed by Vendor and Contractor. In case there are no deviations.6 SHEET No.

3. This form shall be signed by Vendor and Contractor. Seal & Date Contractor’s Signature & Date (The Vendor should state in this form. a list of commissioning spares and related information. Part Number Description Quantity Unit price * Total price * * CURRENCY Notes (If any): Vendor’s Signature. 64 OF 64 ANNEXURE – VI: FORM C – LIST OF COMMISSIONING SPARES (TYPICAL) Requisition for: Project: S.) .6 SHEET No. No.OFFSHORE DESIGN SECTION MUMBAI REGION INSTRUMENTATION DESIGN CRITERIA WELL PLATFORM PROJECT VOL No II REV No 1 Section No. which in his opinion are essential for the purpose of commissioning of the relevant item.

which in his opinion are essential for one year operation / maintenance of the relevant item. 65 OF 65 ANNEXURE – VII: FORM D – LIST OF ONE-YEAR SPARES (TYPICAL) Requisition for: Project: S. This form shall be signed by Vendor and Contractor. Part Number Description Quantity Unit price * Total price * * CURRENCY Notes (If any): Vendor’s Signature.) . 3. Seal & Date Contractor’s Signature & Date (The Vendor should state in this form. No.OFFSHORE DESIGN SECTION MUMBAI REGION INSTRUMENTATION DESIGN CRITERIA WELL PLATFORM PROJECT VOL No II REV No 1 Section No.6 SHEET No. a list of spares.

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