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NAO ENGINEERING SPECIFICATIONS INSTRUMENTS & CONTROLS AUTOMATION GENERAL SPECIFICATION FOR SKID PACKAGED EQUIPMENT NAO-SPC-D-IC-001

AUTOMATION GENERAL SPECIFICATION FOR SKID PACKAGED EQUIPMENT


Issue: 2011/01/01
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Table of Contents
1. GENERAL........................................................................................................ 4 1.1. 1.2. 1.3. 1.4. 1.5. 1.6. 1.7. 2. Basis ........................................................................................................ 4 Scope of Supply ......................................................................................... 4 Codes and Standards .................................................................................. 5 Instrument Number and Tagging .................................................................. 7 Intrinsic Safety .......................................................................................... 8 Transmitters and Switches........................................................................... 8 Acceptable Manufacturers............................................................................ 8

BASIC REQUIREMENTS .................................................................................. 8 2.1. 2.2. 2.3. 2.4. 2.5. 2.6. General..................................................................................................... 8 Vendor Responsibility.................................................................................. 8 Vendor Scope ............................................................................................ 8 Materials ................................................................................................... 8 Electrical Approvals .................................................................................... 9 RFI Protection ............................................................................................ 9

3.

RESPONSIBILITY OF VENDOR........................................................................ 9 3.1. 3.2. 3.3. 3.4. 3.5. Design Consideration .................................................................................. 9 TLM Approval............................................................................................. 9 Vendor Information .................................................................................... 9 Interface Compatibility.............................................................................. 10 Canadian Electrical Code Concerning Secondary Sealing ................................ 10

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DOCUMENTATION ........................................................................................ 10 4.1. 4.2. 4.3. 4.4. 4.5. 4.6. 4.7. 4.8. Relief Valve Test Certification ..................................................................... 10 P&ID and Functional Description ................................................................. 10 Instrument Data Sheets ............................................................................ 10 Location Drawings .................................................................................... 11 Instrument Index ..................................................................................... 11 Sizing Calculations.................................................................................... 11 Cause and Effect Diagrams ........................................................................ 11 Panel Drawings ........................................................................................ 12

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4.9. 5.

Miscellaneous .......................................................................................... 12

DESIGN CRITERIA........................................................................................ 12 5.1. 5.2. 5.3. 5.4. 5.5. 5.6. 5.7. 5.8. 5.9. 5.10. 5.11. 5.12. 5.13. 5.14. 5.15. 5.16. 5.17. 5.18. 5.19. 5.20. 5.21. 5.22. Signal Levels ........................................................................................... 12 Transmitters............................................................................................ 13 Instrument Air Supply............................................................................... 13 Units of Measurement ............................................................................... 14 Flow ....................................................................................................... 15 Level ...................................................................................................... 16 Pressure ................................................................................................. 17 Temperature ........................................................................................... 19 Speed..................................................................................................... 20 Vibration .............................................................................................. 20 Element Material ................................................................................... 21 Body Material........................................................................................ 21 Local Pneumatic Controllers .................................................................... 21 Control Valves....................................................................................... 21 On/Off Valves ....................................................................................... 22 Pressure Relief Valves ............................................................................ 23 Auxiliary Control Panels .......................................................................... 24 PLC Requirements ................................................................................. 26 Winterization ........................................................................................ 27 Location, Mounting and Installation .......................................................... 27 Instrument Electrical Requirements .......................................................... 28 Inspection and Testing ........................................................................... 30

APPENDIX A ......................................................................................................... 32

List of Tables
Table 1 Scope of Supply............................................................................................................ 4 Table 2 Instrument Air Header Capacity.................................................................................. 13 Table 3 Wiring and Cable Signals and Color ........................................................................... 29 Table 4 Approved Vendor List ................................................................................................. 32

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1.

GENERAL 1.1. Basis The Packaged Equipment supplier shall be referenced as the "Vendor" throughout this specification The purchaser of the Packaged Equipment is TLM and shall be referenced as "TLM" throughout this specification. The end user shall be referred to as "Owner" throughout this specification. This specification is to be considered a part of the mechanical equipment requisition to which it is attached and covers the design and supply of instrument and control devices supplied by the Vendor. It shall apply not only to those items installed on equipment, but also to those items supplied loose by the Vendor.

1.1.1. 1.1.2. 1.1.3. 1.1.4.

1.1.5. 1.2.

Scope of Supply Unless modified by the equipment data sheets, and or the Vendor Data and Drawings Requirements, the scope of supply shall be as follows: Table 1 Scope of Supply
ITEM Instrumentation Skid(s)/module Equipment Loose Control Panel PLC On skid(s)/module Off skid(s)/module Hardware Software Program Documentation Wiring Diagrams Skid(s)/module On skid panel Off skid panel Pneumatic Diagrams Skid(s)/module On skid panel Off skid panel Logic Diagrams X X X X X X X X X X X X Talisman Supplied X X X X Vendor Supplied

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ITEM Loop Diagrams Junction Box Layouts Typical Instrument Installation Details Instrument Data Sheets Equipment Instrument Index Equipment P&IDs DCS X On Skid Off Skid X X X

Talisman Supplied X

Vendor Supplied

X X X

1.3.

Codes and Standards As a minimum, the design, construction and installation of all instruments supplied with packaged equipment shall comply with the latest edition applicable at the time of the following Codes and Standards.

1.3.1.

American Gas Association Gas Measurement Committee (AGA) AGA Report 3, Orifice Metering of Natural Gas and Other Related Hydrocarbon Fluids AGA Report 7, Measurement of Gas by Turbine Meters AGA Report 8, Compressibility Factors of Natural Gas & Other Related Hydrocarbon Gases AGA Report 9, Measurement of Gas by Multipath Ultrasonic Meters

1.3.2.

American Petroleum Institute (API) API Std 607, Fire Test for Soft Seated Quarter Turn Valves API STD 670, Non Contacting Vibration and Axial Position Monitoring System

1.3.3.

American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME) ASME PTC 19.3, Temperature Measurement ASME B 31 .1, Power Piping ASME B 31 .3, Chemical Plant and Petroleum Refinery Piping ASME B 40.100, Pressure Gauges and Gauge Attachments

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1.3.4.

ASME B 40.200, Thermometers, Direct Reading and Remote Reading ASME Section VIII, Pressure Vessels, Division I

American Standards for Testing of Materials (ASTM) ASTM E230, Standard Specification and TemperatureElectromotive Force (EMF)

1.3.5.

Canadian Standards Association (CSA) C 22.1, Canadian Electrical Code - Part 1 C 22.2 No. 0.3, Test methods for Electrical Wires and Cables C 22.2 No. 35, Extra-Low-Voltage Control Circuit Cables, LowEnergy Control Cable and Extra-Low-Voltage Control Cable

1.3.6.

International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC) IEC 60751, Industrial Platinum Resistance Thermometer Sensors

1.3.7.

Instrument Society of America (ISA) ISA 5.1, Instrumentation Symbols and Identification ISA 5.3, Graphic Symbols for Distributed Control/Shared Display Instrumentation, Logic and Computer Systems ISA 20, Instrument Specification Forms ISA 75.01, Equations for Sizing Control Valves ISA 75.02, Control Valve Capacity Test Procedures ISA 75.04, Face-to-Face Dimensions for Flangeless Control Valves (ANSI Classes 150, 300, and 600) ISA/ANSI 12.27.01, Requirements for Process Sealing between Electrical Systems and Flammable or Combustible Process Fluids ISA 75.08, Installed Face-to-Face Dimensions for Flanged Clamp or Pinch Valves ISA 75.08.03, Face-to-Face Dimensions for Socket Weld-End and Screwed-End Globe-Style Control Valves (Classes 150, 300, 600, 900, 1500, and 2500)

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ISA 75.08.04, Face-to-Face Dimensions for Buttweld-End Globe-Style Control Valves (Class 4500) ISA 75.08.07, Face-to-Face Dimensions for Separable Flanged Globe-Style Control Valves (ANSI Classes 150, 300, and 600) ISA 75.15, Face-to-Face Dimensions for Buttweld-End GlobeStyle Control Valves (ANSI Classes 150, 300, 600,900,1500 and 2500) ISA 75.16, Face-to-Face Dimensions for Flanged Globe-Style Control Valve Bodies (ANSI Classes 900, 1500, and 2500) ISA 75.22, Face-to-Centerline Dimensions for Flanged GlobeStyle Angle Control Valve Bodies (ANSI Classes 150, 300, and 600)

1.3.8.

Scientific Apparatus Makers Association (SAMA) SAMA PMC 33.1, Electromagnetic Susceptibility of Process Control Instrumentation

1.3.9. 1.3.10. 1.3.11. 1.3.12. 1.4.

Electrical Equipment Manufacturers Association of Canada (EEMAC) National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) Local Government and Provincial regulations Alberta Boilers Branch Association (ABSA)

Instrument Number and Tagging Instruments shall have tag numbers, which will be assigned by TLM. Vendor shall use the assigned tag number in all documentation. Typical tag numbers are of the form 50-FT-1230. In P&ID bubbles an abbreviated format FT-1230 can be used. The Vendor shall label all field instruments with a 25 x 50 mm rectangular stainless steel label stamped with TLM's assigned tag number (6 mm high lettering). The Vendor shall affix the label to the instrument with drive pins or stainless steel wire in such a manner that it need not be removed to install the instrument. Where appropriate, the Vendor shall label all panel mounted instruments with two lamicoid nameplates engraved with TLM's assigned tag number. One label shall be affixed to the front of the panel while the second shall be mounted on the backside of the panel. Internal panel instruments with backsides not accessible shall only have a front nameplate.

1.4.1.

1.4.2.

1.4.3.

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1.5.

Intrinsic Safety Intrinsic safety design methods will not be used unless otherwise specified. Instruments shall meet the specified area classification.

1.6.

Transmitters and Switches The use of process switches shall be minimized. The preference is for transmitters to provide switching functions through TLM's Process Control System.

1.7.

Acceptable Manufacturers Appendix A is a listing of manufacturers that produce quality instrumentation that is acceptable to TLM. The Vendor shall only provide instruments from these manufacturers. The Vendor shall notify TLM if a particular instrument type has not been covered. TLM will review and approve any new manufacturers and append them to Appendix A.

2.

BASIC REQUIREMENTS 2.1. General This is a General Specification written to apply to instrumentation associated with all types of mechanical or package systems equipment. If for a particular type of equipment, the intent is not clear, it is the Vendor's responsibility to request TLM to elaborate on the intent. Vendor shall indicate to what extent their proposal does not comply with this specification. 2.2. Vendor Responsibility The Vendor shall be responsible for the control functions of the equipment to be provided. 2.3. Vendor Scope The Vendor shall supply all of the instrumentation that mounts directly on the equipment or piping furnished as a part of the package. Vendor shall provide and ensure correct interfacing with the control systems, both in his supply and the Owner's Process Control System (PCS). 2.4. Materials Instruments shall be manufactured of material suitable for the process and atmospheric conditions.

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2.5.

Electrical Approvals Electrical instruments and control devices shall be approved and so labeled for use in the appropriate area by either CSA or another certification organization accredited by the Standards Council of Canada.

2.6.

RFI Protection Electronic devices shall be RFI protected as defined in SAMA PMC 33.1. RFI protection shall meet or exceed 0.1 % full-scale error at one meter from a 5-watt 2-way radio for frequencies of 20-1000 MHz. Field devices shall have surge protection.

2.6.1.

2.6.2. 3.

RESPONSIBILITY OF VENDOR 3.1. Design Consideration Vendor is fully responsible for furnishing instruments and instrument systems, meeting the following minimum design considerations: 3.2. Meets Design Criteria Optimum Operation of Process Suitable Quality Dependability Quality Construction and Installation Safe Operability

TLM Approval TLM's approval of Vendor's drawings does not in any way relieve the Vendor of his responsibility to meet the above criteria.

3.3.

Vendor Information The Vendor shall submit sufficient information (pressures, temperatures, flow rates, specific gravities, corrosive conditions, controller set points, alarm set points, ranges, etc.) to permit TLM to execute the necessary review and checking activities and to develop interconnecting diagrams, shutdown and security circuits, etc.

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3.4.

Interface Compatibility Vendor shall review all drawings and other work prepared by TLM interfacing with the Vendor's system for complete compatibility with Vendor's equipment and the proper and safe functioning thereof.

3.5.

Canadian Electrical Code Concerning Secondary Sealing Requirements for Process Sealing Between Electrical Systems and Flammable or Combustible Process Fluids It is the responsibility of the Vendor to select instruments that are compliant to the ANSI/ISA 12.27.01 code where ever possible. Skid vendor is to provide to TLM an instrument list or data sheets that identify all of the instrumentation. Each instrument will be identified as compliant or non-compliant to ANSI/ISA 12.27.01 code. Proof of compliancy shall be provided with instrument list or data sheets. It will be the responsibility of the electrical contractor to install noncompliant instrumentation with the appropriate add-on equipment.

3.5.1.

4.

DOCUMENTATION The Vendor shall provide drawings/data as referenced below: 4.1. Relief Valve Test Certification The Vendor shall provide certified test certificates for all relief valves. 4.2. P&ID and Functional Description The Vendor shall submit a "Piping and Instrumentation Diagram" (P&ID) showing all necessary instrumentation. The vendor P&ID shall show controller setpoints, alarms, shutdowns, PSV, and PCV settings. Each instrument shall be shown on the Vendor's P&ID in accordance with ISA 5.1 and 5.3 using TLM's assigned instrument tag number. The Vendor shall submit a functional description for normal or emergency shutdowns, for normal control, for start-up, etc. to clarify the control depicted on the P&ID. The description shall be sufficiently detailed to enable any programming required for the control system.

4.2.1.

4.2.2. 4.2.3.

4.3.

Instrument Data Sheets The Specification of all instruments for purchasing shall be entered on ISA or TLM supplied data sheets, along with normal, maximum, minimum operating conditions, all process data and materials, and a functional description where applicable. Forms will be provided to the Vendor in hardcopy format. The Vendor shall not purchase any instruments until receiving approval from TLM.

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Failure to comply will be at the Vendor's expense to rectify. Each data sheet shall include a revision number, date and signature. 4.4. Location Drawings All field instruments and associated connections to equipment or process shall be shown in their proper location on the following types of drawings: 4.5. Piping Plans and Elevations Location Drawings

Instrument Index If specified on the "Vendor Drawing and Data Requirements" form, the Vendor shall provide a complete Instrument Index for all Instruments supplied with the Equipment. The Instrument Index shall be an Excel Spreadsheet or INtools (both hard and soft copy) and shall include as a minimum: Tag Number Service Description P&ID Number Instrumentation Manufacturer Calibration Range

4.6.

Sizing Calculations The Vendor shall provide sizing calculations (the use of computerized calculations is preferred) for flow devices, thermowell vibration, control valves, regulators, and relief valves. TLM will review all sizing (based on information supplied by the Vendor) prior to the Vendor purchasing the instrument. Review by TLM does not waive the Vendor's responsibility for suitable and safe design.

4.7.

Cause and Effect Diagrams If specified on the "Vendor Drawing and Data Requirements" form, the Vendor shall supply a Cause and Effect Diagram (C&E), also known as a Shutdown Key.

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The C&E diagram shall be fully detailed showing all initiating devices and the corresponding action on devices. The Vendor shall provide the C&E Diagram as an Excel Spreadsheet (both hard and soft copy). TLM will furnish the Vendor with a soft copy of a blank C&E Diagram upon request. 4.8. Panel Drawings The Vendor shall supply panel drawings for all panels supplied as part of the package. The panel drawing shall show equipment layout, dimensions, wiring, and tubing details. Review by TLM does not waive the Vendor's responsibility for suitable and safe design. 4.9. Miscellaneous Vendor shall ensure that all instrumentation provided, that is directly wetted by process or utility fluids has a valid CRN (Canadian Registration Number) suffixed by the numeral ".2" denoting Alberta Boiler Safety Association (ABSA) registration. Vendor shall state instrument air usage requirements in Sm3/h for the package. The Vendor shall supply standard catalog data (including wiring details, instructions for maintenance, operation, and installation) for all instrumentation provided. The information relevant to the actual instrument being supplied shall be identified by tag number on the catalog copy.

4.9.1.

4.9.2. 4.9.3.

5.

DESIGN CRITERIA The following defines the general requirements for instrumentation. 5.1. Signal Levels Pneumatic signals shall be 20-100 kPa(g) or 40-200 kPa(g). It is preferred that all instruments are loop powered. If external power is required, the preference is 24 VDC up to 1 Amp, and 120 VAC for any devices requiring more than 24 VA. External power requirements shall be communicated to the Buyer immediately. Electronic signals shall be 4-20 mA. Discrete signals such as switches and solenoids shall operate at 24 VDC and be powered through the control system. Solenoids to be 'low power' type, 4 watts or less.

5.1.1. 5.1.2.

5.1.3. 5.1.4.

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5.1.5. 5.1.6.

Instrument signals that interface directly with TLM supplied motor starters shall be 120 VAC. Communication signals shall be HART for individual field devices. The Vendor signals to and from Owner's PCS equipment shall be 4-20 mA, isolated signals. Modbus RS-485 will be the communication protocol between a Vendor's PLC and Owner's PCS.

5.2.

Transmitters Transmitters shall be equipped with integral indicators whenever possible. It is understood that liquid crystal indicators may not function at very low temperatures.

5.3.

Instrument Air Supply Instrument air supply conditions are per the site data form. The maximum number of users downstream shall determine the instrument air header line size, including 20% spare. The table below states the size of the header versus the number of users. Table 2 Instrument Air Header Capacity
Air Header Size NPS NPS NPS 1 NPS 1 NPS 2 Number of Users Maximum 4 users Maximum 10 users Maximum 25 users Maximum 80 users Maximum 100 users

5.3.1. 5.3.2.

5.3.3.

A single point of connection for instrument air shall be provided for each skid. From this point, an air header shall be run around the skid. Individual take offs will be run to within 600 mm of every instrument and include an isolation valve at the instrument. Each takeoff from the header is to have an isolation valve. Every instrument requiring instrument air at a lower pressure than 850 kPa(g) shall have its own filtered regulator. If the Vendor prefers to use a single regulator to serve multiple users via a header, this regulator shall be dual redundant with individual isolation. In case of a common regulator, a pressure gauge and a relief valve are required on the low-pressure header.

5.3.4.

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5.4.

Units of Measurement All engineering units used on the project will be in metric form using SI units unless otherwise specified. This will apply to all calculations, drawings, data sheets, etc. Instruments that are located outdoors shall be capable of continuously operating under the conditions described in Attachment A (Site Conditions).

5.4.1.

Current: Motor current is displayed in percent of nameplate rated amperes. Other current measurements are in amps.

5.4.2.

Density: Density will be expressed in kg/m3

5.4.3.

Dimension: Dimensions will be given in millimeters, (mm) except when used in velocity measurement.

5.4.4.

Flow: Rate of flow will be measured in the following units: Liquids: m3/h @ flowing conditions Gas: Sm3/h Steam: kg/h Solids: kg/h Bitumen product: m3/h Standard conditions vary from project to project and must be clearly stated on the appropriate Instrument Data Sheets. Metric standard conditions defined by ISO 5024 (26) are 15C at 101.325 kPa(a), dry. Note that reference conditions for liquids with a vapour pressure less than 101.325 kPa(a) at 0C will be set at 0C and 101.325 kPa (a). Scales for linear flow meters will be 0-100%.

5.4.5.

Heat/Energy: The quantity of heat will be measured in gigajoules, GJ.

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5.4.6.

Level: Level will be measured in percent of maximum range. Scales will be 0100% linear.

5.4.7.

Power: Power, energy per unit of time, will be measured in kilowatts. kW.

5.4.8.

Pressure: Gauge (g), differential (d), absolute including vacuum (a), will be measured in kPa (g), kPa (d) and kPa (a), respectively.

5.4.9.

Temperature: C

5.4.10.

Time: Time measurement may be in day (d), hour (h), or second (s).

5.4.11.

Velocity: Velocity will be measured in meters/second, m/s.

5.4.12.

Rotation: Revolutions per minute, rpm.

5.4.13.

Viscosity: Viscosity is measured in centiPoise

5.5.

Flow Vortex shedding flow meters shall be the standard primary device. TLM shall approve alternative flow metering solutions. Orifice bores shall be sized according to the methods described in the publication "Flow Measurement Engineering Handbook" by R.W. Miller and manufactured in accordance with AGA Report No.3 latest edition. The orifice plate Beta shall be between 0.30 and 0.70. Orifice plate materials shall be 316 stainless steel minimum. Highergrade materials may be required depending upon the process application. Orifice plates, including restrictive type, shall have the bore and word "inlet" stamped on the handle.

5.5.1. 5.5.2.

5.5.3.

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5.5.4.

Annubars or Pitot tubes may be used for large air, flue gas, and water flows, subject to approval. Long radius venturis shall be utilized in areas where high head recovery is of concern. Eccentric ring plates, wedge meters, or V-cones may be utilized for fluids carrying large amounts of sediment. Flow elements shall be installed in the horizontal position only with upstream/downstream piping lengths in accordance with ASME publication "Fluid Meters" and/or the manufacturers' recommended installation requirements. Minimum of 15 diameters upstream and 5 diameters downstream of straight and unobstructed pipe shall be provided. Deviation from this requirement is only with TLM's written approval. Dual sets of " flange taps shall be furnished. The orientation of taps for steam and liquid service shall be horizontal or 45 degrees below horizontal. The orientation for gas service shall be vertical or 45 degrees above the horizontal. The preferred meter range for differential pressure flow measurement is 0-25 kPa. The range shall not exceed 0-50 kPa, or be less than 06.25 kPa. Measurements below 20% of full scale shall not be used. Differential pressure devices shall be equipped with five-valve manifolds.

5.5.5.

5.5.6.

5.5.7. 5.6. Level

5.6.1.

Level gauges shall be installed to check and cover the range of any other level device used (storage tanks excluded). Magnetic level gauges are preferred over reflex or transparent types. Tubular glass gauges shall not be used. Differential pressure type level transmitters shall be used for level measurements whenever possible. NPS 3 flanged diaphragm seals and capillaries shall be used whenever the following conditions exist: corrosive fluids dirty or plugging fluids fluids with uncertain phase, i.e. liquid vapour equilibrium fluids liable to freeze

5.6.2.

5.6.3.

External Displacement type instruments may be used for liquid-toliquid non-fouling interface service. Connections shall normally be NPS 2 flanged with side and side mounting where practical. Standard lengths specified are as follows: 14", 32", 48" (357, 813, 1219 mm respectively).

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5.6.4.

External displacement instrument length shall not exceed 48" (1219 mm) for any application and shall not be connected in the bottom of a vessel or inlet pipe. All differential pressure and external displacer level instruments and bridles shall be isolated from the vessel by full port valves. Isolation valves will be selected based on the appropriate piping specification. Bleed and drain valves shall be provided. Specialized level instruments such as ultrasonic, radar, and capacitance may be used where appropriate with TLM's approval.

5.6.5.

5.6.6. 5.7.

Pressure All pressure instruments shall be provided with a " NPT x NPT root valve. Each device shall be equipped with a two-valve manifold or a fivevalve manifold for differential pressure. Primary pressure elements shall be 316 stainless steel minimum for all pressure instruments, unless conditions of service require otherwise. Pressure containing parts constructed from aluminum shall not be used. For solidifying or corrosive process fluids, pressure instruments shall be equipped with a NPS 3 flanged diaphragm seal capable of withstanding the erosion and temperatures of the process. A full port isolation valve and flushing connections shall be provided for each diaphragm seal. Requirements for flush mounted diaphragms shall be discussed with TLM. Pressure Gauges Local pressure gauges will be installed to verify the functionality of the following instruments and equipment: relief valves regulators pressure transmitters pump discharges exchanger nozzles other equipment as necessary.

5.7.1. 5.7.2. 5.7.3.

5.7.4.

5.7.5. 5.7.6. 5.7.6.1.

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Local pressure gauges for process services shall meet ASME B40.100 5.7.6.2. 5.7.6.3. 5.7.6.4. 5.7.6.5. 5.7.6.6. 5.7.6.7. 5.7.6.8. 5.7.6.9. 5.7.6.10. Pressure gauges shall have a minimum 115 mm (4.5") diameter. Pressure gauges shall have solid front with blow-out back construction. Pressure gauges shall have acceptable case materials stainless steel or phenolic. Pressure gauges shall have white dial with black numerals and linear scale. Pressure gauges shall have a micrometer screw for pointer zero adjustment. Pressure gauges shall have a Bourdon tube, tip and socket material made from 316 SS. Pressure gauges shall have a NPT, male, bottom connection. As a minimum, gauges in pulsating or vibrating service shall be filled with Dow Corning 200 fluid. Pressure gauge movements shall be constructed of stainless steel. Movements shall be of the quadrant and pinion design or the helicoid arm and roller design. Pressure gauge accuracy shall be 1% or better maximum scale reading. Repeatability shall be better than 0.5% of maximum scale reading. Gauges will be selected such that the normal process pressure falls between 30% to 70% of scale. Pressure gauges will be provided to withstand a pressure of up to 1.3 times the scale range. Gauge range will exceed the set pressure of any related pressure relief device. Diaphragm seals will be used for winterizing pressure gauges and corrosive services. Extended diaphragm seals can be used where there is a possibility of set up or to minimize fluid outside the pipeline. Material for diaphragm seals shall be compatible with the process fluids. Siphons shall be used to protect gauges on steam service. Process gauges for low pressure application shall be as described in the preceding except that they will have diaphragm sensing elements.

5.7.6.11.

5.7.6.12.

5.7.6.13.

5.7.6.14.

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5.7.6.15. 5.7.6.16. 5.7.6.17.

Pressure gauge connections on vessels shall be flanged. Pressure gauge connections associated with heat exchangers shall be on the piping, not on the exchanger nozzles. In addition to the piping supplied isolation valve, each pressure gauge will require a block and bleed calibration valve in application where the pressure exceeds 700 kPa(g). Cooling fins should be considered to reduce high process temperature affects on the gauges.

5.7.6.18. 5.8.

Temperature Temperature gauges shall be the bimetal type, 127 mm (5") diameter minimum, adjustable angle, spring loaded, with white face and black lettering. Local indicators will be of the hermetically sealed type. Mercury filled instruments are not acceptable. RTDs shall be used for temperatures up to 540C. Above this temperature, type "K" thermocouples shall be used. All temperature sensing devices shall be mounted in separable thermowells (304 stainless steel minimum). RTDs shall be 3-wire, 100-ohm Pt, class B and comply with IEC 60751. Thermowell immersion length ("U" dimension), shall generally be to the center of the pipe or 6 inches, whichever is shorter. "T" dimension shall be of adequate length to ensure that thermal insulation will not cover the well. Where thermowells are installed in lines smaller than NPS 4, the piping shall be expanded to NPS 4 to accommodate the thermowell. Standard length thermowells shall be used. All thermowells are to be tapered. Thermowells in vessels shall have NPS 2 flanged connections. Thermowells in piping shall have NPS 2 flanged or 1" NPT connections, depending on the line spec. Test wells shall be supplied with a non-stainless steel plug and chain, to prevent galling. Where gas velocities exceed 25 m/sec, the Vendor shall carry out calculations in accordance with ASME PTC 19.3 to determine that the vortex frequency is not greater than 80% of the well's resonant frequency. The Vendor is to notify TLM in writing of all non-conforming wells. If this value is greater than 80%, then the Vendor shall reduce the thermowell's "U" dimension.

5.8.1.

5.8.2.

5.8.3.

5.8.4. 5.8.5. 5.8.6. 5.8.7.

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5.9.

Speed Speed Sensors Analog signal generators will not be used for the measurement of speed. Speed will be measured by means of a passive magnetic pickup or a proximity-type sensor. The pickup or sensor shall preferably be installed facing a sprocket wheel that has been specially installed for this purpose. The number of teeth on this wheel will be a multiple of six. Speed Indicators When a remote digital indication of the speed is required, the local indicator will be provided with a pulse repeater.

5.9.1. 5.9.1.1. 5.9.1.2.

5.9.2.

5.10. Vibration 5.10.1. 5.10.1.1. Vibration Probes For designated rotating equipment with oil film bearings, noncontact displacement X/Y probes shall be used. Non-contact displacement probes have a practicable upper range of 60,000 rpm. Bearing housings for non-contact displacement probes shall be drilled, tapped, and supplied by the rotating equipment manufacturer. Non-contact displacement probes will also be used to monitor the shaft axial position. Acceleration Probes For designated gear boxes or high speed rotating equipment with antifriction (ball or roller) bearings, acceleration probes will be used to monitor vibration where permitted by the Owner. 5.10.3. Velocity Probes Velocity probes will only be used when non-contact displacement or acceleration probes are not suitable for the applicable vibration monitoring where permitted by the Owner. Normally, velocity probes have a useful range of 10 to 1,000 Hertz.

5.10.1.2.

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5.11. Element Material Elements of measuring and controlling devices in contact with the process medium shall be 316 stainless steel (minimum) except as otherwise noted in this specification, or requisition to which it is attached. No copper or copper bearing alloys shall be used in any instrument except as electrical components. 5.12. Body Material Body material of all in-line devices shall be equal or superior to the vessel/piping material to which they are connected (i.e. pressure/temperature ratings, chemical compatibility, etc). 5.13. Local Pneumatic Controllers All local controllers shall be equipped with indicators, displaying the measured variable. The control action of controllers shall be field reversible. Proportional and integral control modes shall be available even if not required on the data sheet. 5.14. Control Valves 5.14.1. Cage type control valves shall be used for general application. Valve actuators shall be pneumatic and equipped with current to pressure converters or positioners. Input signals will be 4-20mA. Output Signals shall be 20-100 kPa(g) or 40-200 kPa(g) instrument air. Positioners to be provided for valves NPS 2 and larger complete with HART protocol. All accessories shall be rigidly mounted to the control valve actuator by means of a bracket specifically designed for that purpose. Support of an accessory by means of a pipe nipple only is not permitted. Teflon or Grafoil packing shall be used to the maximum extent possible, based on process temperatures. Valve formulas for sizing, cavitation, flashing, shall be based on ISA 75.01. All valve bodies shall be flanged, NPS 1 size minimum and a minimum rating of 300 ANSI for valves NPS 4 and under. Valve bodies of NPS 1, 2 and 5 shall not be used. Valves in on-off service shall be line sized. Valve body size shall not be smaller than one half line size. For services below 230C, elastomer packing, constructed in a manner to reduce fugitive emissions, will be used. For higher packing gland temperatures, the manufacturer's recommended packing will be used, and lubricators and isolating valves will be supplied if required, with Schedule 160 nipple. Steam out requirements will be considered in making these selections. Sliding stem valves in hydrocarbon service will have environmental packing adequate to limit fugitive emissions to <500 ppm.

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5.14.4. 5.14.5.

Control valves (except three-way valves) shall be provided with isolating block valves and a bypass valve for hand control. Control valves that are not provided with isolating block valves and bypasses, and are in critical service, shall be supplied with manual hand wheels. Valves shall be mounted so the actuator is oriented vertically. Sufficient clearance shall be provided to remove the trim set without disassembling any other nearby components. Positioners, l/Ps, and air sets are to be mounted so that all vents or ports are positioned to prevent water or liquids ingress or have a fitting and short tube put in the vent or port to meet this requirement. Spring and diaphragm actuators are preferred. Piston actuators may be used where high thrust or long stroke is required. The actuators shall be designed to shutoff against maximum differential pressure across the valve (maximum inlet pressure and zero outlet pressure, full vacuum if appropriate). Electric (motorized) actuators shall be furnished only with TLM's prior approval. Class V or higher shutoff shall be utilized for all on-off valves or on modulating valves in steam service. Class IV shutoff shall be supplied at a minimum, for all modulating valves in all other services. Valves shall be sized to emit no more than 85 dB(A) within one meter of the valve at any of the specified flow conditions. If this requirement cannot be met then TLM shall be notified of the estimated sound levels. The Vendor must also install visible placards on the skid, near the source of the noise (or noises), indicating a warning of loud noise and recommend hearing protection. Solenoid valves shall be supplied suitable for the applicable area classification. Coils shall be continuous duty (24 VDC) weatherproof encapsulated type. Deenergization of the solenoid valve shall result in the valve moving to the fail safe position. Low wattage solenoids (4 watts or less) shall be utilized. Inline solenoid valves shall not be installed in lines larger than NPS 1. Pressure or temperature regulator valves shall be used only in fuel gas, air, inert gas, and water services. The supplier must obtain TLM's approval to utilize these devices. Local indication of controlled media shall be available.

5.14.6.

5.14.7.

5.14.8.

5.14.9.

5.14.10.

5.14.11.

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5.15.2.

Actuators are to be sized for 1.3 times the valve's maximum break-out torque at full rated ANSI differential pressure, and at the minimum instrument air supply pressure as specified on the project site data form. On/Off valve body materials, including bolting, will be as per the corresponding piping class. Valve bodies will have pressure temperature ratings equal to or greater than the flange rating of the lines in which they are installed. Depressurizing valves will be single seat globe-style valves if suitable for the service. Ball valves will be of the bolted body design. As a minimum, inner valve trim will be stainless steel. The finish on the flange contact face will be specified the same as the matching pipe class. The maximum leakage rate will be evaluated on a case-by-case basis and indicated on the valve data sheet. Leakage classifications will be as per FCI 70.2. Unless otherwise instructed, it will be Class VI minimum. Valves on flammable fluids will be rated "fire safe" as per API 607. Control functions will not be combined in a single valve with emergency shutdown and/or depressurizing functions. Actuators for ESD valves will be designed such that the valve fails in the chosen position whenever the motive force or signal is lost. The only exception will be motor-operated valves; these require Owner's approval. Emergency shut-off valves will close within the time dictated by the process conditions, but in any case, in less than one second per inch of line size. Pipeline shut-off valves require different stroking speed to prevent severe hydraulic pulsations, which can damage equipment. Test documentation shall reference tag number.

5.15.3.

5.15.4. 5.15.5. 5.15.6. 5.15.7. 5.15.8.

5.15.9. 5.15.10. 5.15.11.

5.15.12.

5.15.13.

5.16. Pressure Relief Valves 5.16.1. 5.16.2. Acceptable types of pressure relief valves are the conventional, balanced area bellows, or pilot operated. The standard direct spring acting relief valve shall normally be used.

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5.16.3. 5.16.3.1. 5.16.3.2. 5.16.3.3. 5.16.4.

The bellows direct spring acting valve shall be used for the following conditions: Where the valve is subjected to a back-pressure greater than 10% of the set pressure. Where the backpressure is not constant and the range of variation may have an adverse effect on the valve operation. Where protection is required from corrosive or fouling material. Pilot operated valves will be considered where operating pressures are close to set pressures. Pilot operated valves shall be limited to a maximum temperature of 230C (450F) and services, which are nonfouling. Inlet connections NPS 1 or larger shall be flanged. Those smaller shall be threaded. Outlet connections shall normally be flanged, except the outlet shall be threaded when the inlet is threaded. Threaded valves shall only be considered for thermal relief service. The minimum size of thermal relief valves shall be NPT.

5.16.5. 5.16.6. 5.16.7. 5.16.8.

5.17. Auxiliary Control Panels 5.17.1. Auxiliary and local panels associated with package units shall be designed and supplied by the Vendor. Front of panel layout, panel interior layout, and electrical wiring and/or tubing schematic drawings shall be submitted to TLM for approval. TLM's approval shall be obtained prior to commencing work. Review by TLM does not waive the Vendor's responsibility for suitable and safe design. Panels shall be of welded steel construction, framed, and braced with angle or channel steel as necessary. Doors shall be complete with piano hinge. Hinged doors shall utilize three-point, heavy duty latches. Doors shall be easily removable if not used for mounting of equipment. Panels to be mounted outdoors shall be provided with strip heaters and thermostatic controls, with power being fed from a separate external circuit. Panels shall have all cable entering from the side or bottom. If the panel is furnished with LED or LCD displays, the Vendor shall work with TLM to avoid direct sunlight on the panel face. Panels shall be sandblasted and painted with two coats of primer prior to finish paint. Corrosive environments will require special corrosion

5.17.2. 5.17.3.

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resistant coatings. In lieu of painting, SS unpainted panels may be provided by the Vendor. 5.17.5. Each panel, which is not permanently mounted by the Vendor on an equipment package, shall be provided with removable lifting lugs designed for lifting without deforming the panels. Panels and all equipment must be suitably secured and protected to ensure that it will not be damaged in shipment or storage at the job site. Site storage will be covered, but not necessarily ventilated. Panels, including instrument components, electrical wiring, and devices, must conform to the electrical area classification specified in the equipment data sheets. Outdoor panel cutouts and openings shall be gasketed and sealed to provide at least an EEMAC 4X panel enclosure. Internal panel wiring shall utilize smooth, rigid, vinyl wireways as manufactured by Panduit. The wireways shall have removable closed top, and slotted sides and be coloured White for DC voltages, and Grey for AC voltages. The wireways shall be limited to 50% capacity by cross-sectional area. All wiring shall be properly secured in wireways by the use of cable ties. Mixing of AC and DC wiring within the wireways is unacceptable. All signals and spare I/0 are to be wired out to the terminal strips. Terminal blocks shall utilize DIN rail mounted single level terminal blocks, complete with fuse disconnect for power connections and knife gate disconnect for signal connections. Wiring terminating within these type of terminal blocks shall be connected without the use of crimp connections. Wiring shall: Be colour coded according to the chart in Section 5.21.2.7. Meet the CSA FT-4 Vertical Flare Test requirements as defined in CSA 22.2 No. 0.3, 4.11.4 Conform to the Canadian Electric Code. Heat shrink wire markers shall be used to identify tag number or wire service. Enclosed panels greater than 1 m W by 1 m H shall have a 120 volt AC GFI convenience outlet provided for maintenance and calibration work. The use of purged panels to meet electrical area classification requirements requires written TLM approval.

5.17.6.

5.17.7.

5.17.8.

5.17.9.

5.17.10. 5.17.10.1. 5.17.10.2. 5.17.10.3. 5.17.11. 5.17.12. 5.17.13.

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5.17.14.

For panels containing pneumatic instruments, an air header shall be mounted at or near the bottom of the panel and shall run the full extent of the panel, with a 2% slope toward the blowdown. At the end opposite the air inlet, a NPT blowdown valve shall be installed. The header will provide NPT take-off connections with shut-off valves for each instrument requiring an air supply, plus a minimum of 20 percent spare, valved take-offs. The main air header shall contain two pressure regulators in parallel, complete with parallel filters, a 115 mm (4) pressure gauge with block valves but no bypass, and with a relief valve. The regulators and filters shall be valved so that one may be removed without interrupting service to the panel. Tubing to each instrument which is not equipped with a self-sealing disconnect valve shall be provided with a block valve and test tee for calibration purposes.

5.17.15.

5.17.16.

5.18. PLC Requirements 5.18.1. The use of systems other than TLM's Process Control System (PCS) shall be minimized. Where possible, the control shall be implemented in TLM's PCS. Where a programmable logic controller (PLC) is required for the mechanical package control system, it shall be supplied in accordance with the following requirements: The PLC rack shall include power supply unit, processor and I/0. Multiple racks may be used, but the system, when commissioned, must include 25% spare I/0 and 20% spare slots. A complete listing of all PLC hardware shall be provided. A hard and soft copy of the PLC program will be provided . The PLC make and model will be dictated by TLM (e.g. AllenBradley ControLogix) and will be compatible with the Process Control System. Individual components will be chosen by the Vendor. A detailed written description and/or Cause and Effect Diagram (C&E) of the operating sequence and interlocks is also required. The description shall completely identify all of the Package's tag numbers, operating parameters, setpoints, and startup/shutdown procedures. The Vendor must obtain TLM's approval prior to the commencement of any programming. All TLM's comments shall be fully incorporated into the design.

5.18.2.

5.18.2.1.

5.18.2.2. 5.18.2.3. 5.18.2.4.

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5.18.4.

The program shall be available at the completion of skid manufacture in both CD-ROM and hardcopies provided as per the "Vendor Drawing and Data Requirements" form for this package.

5.19. Winterization 5.19.1. Field mounted instruments, such as transmitters, gauges, etc., which are not suitable for use at -40C shall be protected with a pre-molded instrument enclosure complete with electric heater. The enclosure will have a latchable cover and if the instrument is of the indicating type, a window where the indicator is visible through the window. Also a lamicoid label will be affixed to the outside of the enclosure with the instrument tag clearly visible. An electric heater and thermostat shall maintain a minimum temperature of 10C inside the enclosure. Where impulse tubing is located outside and is prone to freezing, prefabricated, traced and insulated tube bundle shall be used.

5.19.2.

5.19.3. 5.19.4. 5.19.5.

5.20. Location, Mounting and Installation 5.20.1. 5.20.2. 5.20.2.1. 5.20.2.2. 5.20.2.3. 5.20.3. All instruments and controls shall be arranged and installed for long operating life and accessibility. Process connections shall be as follows: Thermowells: 1" NPT or 2" flanged Pressure taps: NPT with isolation valves Process vessel connections: NPS 2 flanged unless larger is deemed necessary Process leads to pressure instruments OD x 0.049" W.T. 316 SS seamless tubing shall be used with 316 SS fittings. Special materials may be required depending upon process conditions. Over 1500# ASME MOP consult TLM for W.T. of process tubing. Instrument air signal tubing shall be OD x 0.035" W.T. 316 SS seamless. Where instrument in question is subject to frequent maintenance or high vibration, vibration loops may be used or alternate tubing (e.g. Flexible armored Teflon or Multi Purpose hose such as Swagelok PB Series Push-On multi Purpose Hose). Instrument installation shall follow the procedures and diagrams of Attachment A Installation Details.

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5.21. Instrument Electrical Requirements All instruments installed in outdoor service (or exposed to fire protection sprinklers) must be watertight with conduit drains at low points. They shall be suitable for the particular hazardous location area classification of installation. 5.21.1. 5.21.1.1. 5.21.1.2. Switches (alarm and shutdown) See Section 1.6 concerning the use of transmitters in lieu of switches. Switches, where unavoidable, shall be single pole, double throw, hermetically sealed. Applications calling for both alarm and shutdown shall be separate switches in separate housings and have separate connections and isolation manifold to sensing point. All switches and relays must have contact ratings of at least 120 VAC 0.5 amps and 24 VDC @ 2 amps for inductive loads. Shutdown output signals for solenoid valves shall be rated for 24 VDC, 2 amp loads. Electric interlock and alarm system circuits shall be normally energized and use normally open contacts. That is, contacts open to cause an alarm, shutdown, etc. Wiring and Cables 16 AWG, 7 strand, twisted concentric tinned copper wires shall be used for single pair and single triad conductors. 18 AWG, 7 strand, twisted concentric tinned copper wire shall be used for multipair and multi-triad conductors. PVC insulation, 75C for -40C handling, rated at 300V and in accordance with section 4 of CSA-C22.2 shall be used. Shielding shall be 100% coverage by an aluminum-Mylar tape shield and drain wire. Drain wire shall be 18 AWG on single pair and single triad wires and 20 AWG on multi-pair and multi-triad wire. The aluminum-Mylar tape shall be in contact with the drain wire at all times. Multi-wire conductor cables shall have each pair or triad shielded, insulated and with a drain wire. Each cable shall have an overall shield and drain wire. Wiring and cabling shall be permanently identified with the instrument tag number and marked at junctions and terminals. Wiring on an equipment skid shall be terminated in a junction

5.21.1.3.

5.21.1.4.

5.21.2. 5.21.2.1. 5.21.2.2. 5.21.2.3. 5.21.2.4.

5.21.2.5.

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box. Junction box to be located at skid edge. Individual conductors and drain wires shall be splice free from terminal to terminal. 5.21.2.7. The signal wire colour code shown below is intended to apply to all wiring, including the Device Cable, the Home Run Cable and Panel Room internal wiring. The number in brackets indicates the Wire Subscript to be used where single conductors are used and the colour code cannot be applied. Table 3 Wiring and Cable Signals and Color
Cable Power (AC) H N G Switch (AC) Solenoid (AC) Power (DC) Proximeter + sig sig + pwr sig com Gas Detector pwr sig com Transmitter I/P Switch (DC) Solenoid (DC) Fieldbus + sig sig + sig sig jacket + RTDs white red red RTDs (motors) red Signal BLK WHT GRN BLK WHT BLK WHT RED BLK RED BLK WHT RED BLK WHT BLK WHT BLK WHT BLK WHT BLK WHT ORG ORG BLU WHT RED BLK WHT CLR Color Black White Green Black (-1) White (-2) Black (-1) White (-2) Red Black Red (-1) Black (-2) White (-3) Red (-1) Black (-2) White (-3) Black (-1) White (-2) Black (-1) White (-2) Black (-1) White (-2) Black (-1) White (-2) Orange Orange Blue White (-1) Red (-2) Black (-3) White (-1)

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Cable

Signal white white RED BLK

CLR

Color Red (-2) Black (-3)

5.21.2.8.

Thermocouples and extension wire, if used, shall be in accordance with ASTM E230. Extension wire shall be twisted pairs with aluminized shield tape and tinned copper drain wire. Conductors shall be 16 AWG minimum in single cables or 18 AWG in multi-pair cables. All terminals shall be the same material as the thermocouple. RTD extension wire shall be triads with aluminized shield tape and tinned copper drain wire. Wiring for different systems shall not share the same cables, terminal boxes or conduit. Vendor shall provide segregated terminal strips in local panels. The following systems shall be separated from each other: 120V AC supply circuit Low voltage instruments signals

5.21.2.9. 5.21.2.10.

5.22. Inspection and Testing 5.22.1. 5.22.2. 5.22.3. Vendor shall provide a detailed testing plan prior to fabrication. Each instrument shall be calibrated prior to shipping. As part of the instrument calibration, all instruments shall be checked to ensure that the stainless steel tag is present and is attached to the instrument in a permanent manner. The instruments safe working pressure shall be checked against the design pressure of the process. All instrument air tubing up to 1035 kPag (150/psig) shall be leak tested to 110% of MOP. All process impulse tubing shall be leak tested to 150% of maximum operating pressure. Vendor shall be responsible for the inspection of all workmanship and materials to ensure that all equipment supplied is manufactured in accordance with these specifications and applicable codes. On/Off valves shall be blocked open during hydro testing. PSVs shall be removed from piping and piping blinded for hydro testing.

5.22.4.

5.22.5.

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5.22.7.

TLM's inspector shall have the authority to stop the work and request repairs or modifications, if the work does not conform to the specifications and codes of this specification. Vendor shall provide the necessary labour, space, test equipment and tools to perform a complete panel functional test. Vendor shall advise TLM when panels are 35% complete. A control panel inspection will be conducted at this time or waived. The Vendor shall notify TLM when the panels are ready for inspection so that a mutually convenient inspection appointment can be arranged. If the Vendor fails to perform the necessary checks or is unable to present the panel for inspection when TLM arrives to inspect the panel, the Vendor shall be liable for back charges by TLM for extra time required for the Inspection Personnel Services.

5.22.8. 5.22.9. 5.22.10.

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APPENDIX A The approved vendor list below is acceptable for use in the package; all other Vendor's to be justified technically and approved by TLM. It is not unusual for instrument selection to be defined after the package equipment purchase order has been issued; therefore the Vendor shall confirm all instrument brands and models with TLM prior to purchase. Table 4 Approved Vendor List
Type ACTUATORS - VALVE (ELECTRIC) ACTUATORS-VALVE (PNEUMATIC) ACTUATORS - FIN FAN COOLERS (VARIABLE PITCH) BURNER MANAGEMENT CONTROL PANEL CONTROLLERS - BLIND LOCAL PNEUMATIC CONTROLLERS - INDICATING PNEUMATIC DETECTORS - COMBUSTIBLE GAS DETECTORS - FIRE DETECTORS - H2S DETECTORS - SMOKE (IONIZATION) GAUGES - DIFFERENTIAL PRESSURE INDICATORS GAUGES PRESSURE INDICATORS GAUGES TEMPERATURE Bettis Rotork Bettis CVS DynoFlo Fisher Ledeen Meridian Checo NAGY Fisher CVS Dynaflo Fisher (C1) Foxboro CVS General Monitors General Monitors General Monitors Edwards Pyrotronics Honeywell ITT Barton Dwyer Midwest Ashcroft Western Gauge Wika Ashcroft Western Gauge Wika Vendor

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Type INTRINSICALLY SAFE BARRIERS INSTRUMENT ENCLOSURES INSTRUMENT FITTINGS LEVEL CONTROL (DISPLACER AND FLOAT TYPE) LEVEL TRANSMITTER (DISPLACER AND FLOAT TYPE) LEVEL GAUGES (GAUGE CLASSES AND COCKS) MAGNETIC LEVEL GAUGES METERS FLOW DIFFERENTIAL PRESSURE (ELECTRONIC) METERS FLOW ROTAMETER METER RUNS ORIFICE FITTINGS METERS TURBINE (GENERAL SERVICE) METERS TURBINE (HIGH ACCURACY) PANELS CUSTOM CONTROL PROGRAMMABLE LOGIC CONTROLLERS RECORDERS AND INDICATORS LOCAL (CIRCULAR) REGULATORS PRESSURE MTL Stahl O'Brien Thermon Intertec

Vendor

Parker CPI Swagelok Fisher (L2sj) Magnetrol Fisher Magnetrol Daniel Jerguson Penberthy Mag Tech Orion (Magnetrol) K-Tek Yokogawa Honeywell Rosemount Brooks ABB Muis Canalta Northstar Daniel Halliburton Blancette Simark Controls Flow Technology Foxboro ITT Barton Raffin Electric Spartech Ber-Mac Electric Allen Bradley ITT Barton Fisher Bel-Gas Mallard

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Type SAFETY RELIEF VALVES SWITCHES FLOW/DIFFERENTIAL PRESSURE SWITCHES FLOW (THERMAL ACTUATED) SWITCHES LEVEL (FLOAT TYPE) SWITCHES PRESSURE SWITCHES TEMPERATURE SWITCHES WELLHEAD / PIPELINE PRESSURE SWITCHING VALVES (High Temp) TANK RELEIVING VENTS AND THEIF HATCHES (Manhole cover vents) TRANSDUCERS UP TRANSMITTERS PRESSURE/DIFFERENTIAL PRESSURE (ELECTRONIC) TRANSMITERS MULTI VARIABLE (MVT) TRANSMITTERS PNEUMATIC TRANSMITTERS SIGNAL CONDITIONING AND CONVERTING TRANSMITTERS TEMPERATURE (ELECTRONIC) Farris

Vendor Crosby Anderson Greenwood Consolidated ITT Barton Fluid Components Flow Technology Inc. Kayden Magnetrol SOR Link ITT Neo-Dyn }No Piston Types Allowed SOR }No Piston Types Allowed CCS }No Piston Types Allowed ITT-Neo-Dyn SOR Presco CVS Bettis Orbit Protectoseal Varec Protego Enardo Telematic Fisher Dynaflo Moore Honeywell (ST-3000 series) Rosemount (3051S, 2051 series) Yokogawa (EJA series) Bristrol Babcock (8320) Foxboro Acromag Action Pak Moore Promac Honeywell (STT 3000 series) Rosemount (3144 series) Yokogawa (YTA series)

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Type VALVES CONTROL VALVES ESD (BALL VALVE) VALVES INSTRUMENT BLOCK AND BLEED VALVES INSTRUMENT CHECK VALVES INSTRUMENT MANIFOLD VALVES NEEDLE VALVES - SOLENOID VALVE POSITION SWITCHES VIBRATION SWITCHES Fisher Dynaflow CVS WKM Grove Nutron TK Valve Meridian

Vendor

Anderson Greenwood Century Valve Ltd. PGI Nupro Anderson Greenwood Century Valve Ltd. Whitey Co. PGI Anderson Greenwood Century Valve Ltd. Whitey Co. PGI Asco Skinner Peter Paul Westlock Go/Topworx Honeywell Amot Robert Shaw

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