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: First issue Added figure 2 and 3 Specification changes in para 6.3 and 6.7 Changed: revisions DEP 30.46.00.31 Gen incorporated : DEP 30.46.00.31-GEN

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DEP 30.46.00.31-GEN

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THERMAL INSULATION (PERNIS/MOERDIJK) Document ID: 04.00.4076 Filename: 04004076.doc Date: 2005-09-13 Issue: C Amendment DEP Gen Page: 1 van 18

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Level: 2 Techn. Onderst.

. INSULATION THICKNESS FOR PIPING AND EQUIPMENT WITH TRACING (HOT INSULATION) ............00......3....................................5 6...........UNCONTROLLED WHEN PRINTED TABLE OF CONTENTS Page 1..........3...... 14 INSULATION CODES FOR CLADDING MATERIAL . INSULATION THICKNESS CELLULAR GLASS........................4 AND K 1....4076 Filename: 04004076........................................................ APPENDIX 1E... APPENDICES..... LAYERS OF INSULATION (HOT INSULATION)8 REF............. SUMMARY ..............46.......................... 15 SPECIFICATION CODE K 1..6.6........... 3 AMENDMENT TEXT DEP 30.............. 5 5..............................12 REF. APPENDICES.............. APPENDIX 1A..... 14 INSULATION CODES FOR COLD INSULATIONMATERIALS AROUND PIPING.........3 6.............. 5....... AMENDMENTS/SUPPLEMENTS TO THE CINI HANDBOOK ...2 5.... 14 6................doc Date: 2005-09-13 Issue: C Amendment DEP Gen Page: 2 van 18 BBS Level: 2 Techn. APPENDIX 1D.....00...............4 AND K 3.... INSULATION THICKNESS PUR/PIR (COLD INSULATION) ...................10 5.......... SCOPE........... CHAPTER 5..2 6............ Onderst.. 15 INSULATION CODES FOR COLD MATERIALS AROUND EQUIPMENT ................. PARTIES INVOLVED AND RISK......3 5....................217 THERMAL INSULATION (PERNIS/MOERDIJK) Document ID: 04....... 5 REF..... PART II.5 5... 10 REF...........4 5.................... MATERIALS ........ INSULATION CODES ...4 6........ 3...7 5............................5 IN COMBINATION WITH CODE B 1.......11 5..... 3 GENERAL REGULATIONS.................................. (COLD INSULATION) .. APPENDICES......5 IN COMBINATION WITH CODE B 1..............................6 6. APPENDICES............................................3.. CHAPTER 4........... APPENDIX 1C....... APPENDIX 4 JACKETING SELECTION ....... APPENDIX 2C....... APPENDICES..... SURFACE PREPARATION....... PART II...........6 5...... INSULATION THICKNESS FOR STORAGE TANKS (HOT INSULATION) ..................... INSULATION THICKNESS (HOT INSULATION)6 REF......9 5........ 3 CONTEXT AND REFERENCES ...... LAYERS OF INSULATION (HOT INSULATION)10 REF.....7 GENERAL ...................... 12 REF.. APPENDIX 2B...........8 5...................... 7 REF........... APPENDICES........... 11 REF................................3....1 5.... PART III............31-GEN ........... APPENDIX 1F....... APPENDICES............................................ APPENDICES.... 14 INSULATION CODES FOR HOT INSULATION MATERIALS ................... 4................... APPENDICES........1 6............. ....................... 5 REF.................................216 SPECIFICATION CODE K 3.... 2. 7 REF................................................ 3 OBJECTIVE..... APPENDIX 1B... LAYERS OF INSULATION (HOT INSULATION)9 REF...... 13 6...................................3..........

CONTEXT AND REFERENCES This specification is based on the CINI Manual “Insulation for Industries” (English. Scope This BBS document specifies the requirements and gives recommendations for the engineering and application of insulation. Onderst.31-GEN Thermal Insulation 4.00. 2.05.4076 Filename: 04004076. Design requirements and execution of an insulation system should be such that: • • • • • Corrosion under insulation due to ingress of rainwater or condensation of water vapour is prevented. PARTIES INVOLVED AND RISK Objective Application of thermal. above ground piping and tanks. if economically justified. GENERAL REGULATIONS Engineering For new construction projects and major rejuvenation/maintenance works the engineering contractor or the project department shall submit an engineering instruction at the kick-off meeting 03. if these present a danger.46. OBJECTIVE. SUMMARY This specification is an amendment to DEP 30. The economic insulation thickness for hot insulation shall be determined by means of the data of the table below. Condensation.UNCONTROLLED WHEN PRINTED 1. SCOPE. consultants and contractors. Parties involved Suppliers.00. surfaces with a temperature of 70°C or higher. engineers.00. . principals. potential (L)ow. according to the Risk Matrix. solidification or a too high viscosity is avoided. acoustic and cold insulation of equipment.doc Date: 2005-09-13 Issue: C Amendment DEP Gen Page: 3 van 18 BBS Level: 2 Techn. Heat loss of equipment and piping is minimised. Personnel protection is provided viz. THERMAL INSULATION (PERNIS/MOERDIJK) Document ID: 04. latest version). The insulation instruction shall be approved by the Civil Engineering Section.31-GEN and is applicable for the installation of thermal. The risk is covered by this document and by training and application of this document. For those cases where this is not applicable the insulation thickness as indicated in the tables of paragraph 5 shall be used. Risk This document is. acoustic and cold insulation at Shell Pernis/Europoort and Moerdijk.46. supervisors. 3.3000 reflecting the basis of design of insulation systems and specification. This specification is an amendment to: DEP 30. Damage to equipment and piping from exposure to freezing conditions is prevented.

. Daniel C.UNCONTROLLED WHEN PRINTED The following design criteria shall be used to determine the (economic) insulation thickness: Hot insulation Average ambient temperature : Wind velocity Capital charge Heat cost : : : 8°C 4 m/s 17. 1) Heat costs to be confirmed by the principal at the start of the project. To determine the presence of asbestos samples shall be tested by a Shell approved laboratory (e.056 For existing equipment (maintenance). ambient temperature Wind velocity Humidity : : : 25°C 0 m/s 85% Drawings The required thermal insulation and finishing materials for piping and equipment shall be indicated and specified on the drawings.4076 Filename: 04004076. These collars shall be executed in accordance with standard drawing S-10. the existing insulation thickness shall be applied.31-Gen. in case welding on existing equipment is not allowed. cellular glass collars (ref. Electrical tracing In case electrical tracing has been applied under the insulation. Insulation collars Waterproof insulation collars to avoid water ingress shall be fitted around all protruding parts of tanks. including all details with respect to the required mechanical provisions. alternative solutions should be submitted to the Principal for approval.00. or with whom Shell Pernis/Moerdijk has a separate recycling contract in place.5% US $ 2. Asbestos/Ceramic fibres containing materials One should take into account that existing insulation materials may contain asbestos and/or ceramic fibres. vessels and columns with operating temperatures between ambient and 150 ºC or with intermittent operation. DEP 30. The use of individual engineering contractor codes is not allowed. Onderst.g.46.1021 Minerale vezels. The mineral wool materials as indicated in this specification shall be ordered with suppliers who buy from those manufacturers who are prepared to collect and/or recycle used insulation materials.g. appendix 9).) The handling of asbestos and or ceramic fibres shall be in accordance with 05. THERMAL INSULATION (PERNIS/MOERDIJK) Document ID: 04.Griffith Holland B. Materials All materials indicated on the drawings shall be specified with the codes mentioned in chapter 6.V. The insulation details for cold insulation (supports of piping and equipment) shall be completely indicated on drawings.doc Date: 2005-09-13 Issue: C Amendment DEP Gen Page: 4 van 18 BBS Level: 2 Techn.00. Existing piping and equipment When modifications are made to existing pipe work and equipment. including all necessary required mechanical provisions and shall be submitted to the Civil Engineering Section for approval.00.5/GJ 1) Cold insulation Max. e. the electrical tracing shall be switched off (by others) prior to remove and/or install the insulation system.

00.4053.doc Date: 2005-09-13 Issue: C Amendment DEP Gen Page: 5 van 18 BBS Level: 2 Techn.3.1 AMENDMENT TEXT DEP 30. PART II. REF. Painting and coating of new equipment 04.00.2 THERMAL INSULATION (PERNIS/MOERDIJK) Document ID: 04. 5.4054. 5. PART II.00. CHAPTER 4.46. .00. SURFACE PREPARATION The paint system shall be in accordance with: Maintenance painting 04. Onderst.UNCONTROLLED WHEN PRINTED 5. shall be of AS Quality in accordance with AGI Q135 (maximum contents of leach able chloride ions is < or = 6 mg/kg of insulation material). MATERIALS The hot insulation material on stainless steel piping and equipment.31-GEN REF. CHAPTER 5.4076 Filename: 04004076.

4076 Filename: 04004076. APPENDIX 1A.3 REF.doc Date: 2005-09-13 Issue: C Amendment DEP Gen Page: 6 van 18 BBS Level: 2 Techn. . THERMAL INSULATION (PERNIS/MOERDIJK) Document ID: 04.UNCONTROLLED WHEN PRINTED 5. APPENDICES. "B" Personnel protection.5" 2" 3" 4" 6" 8" 10” 12" 14" 16" 18" 20" > 20" Equipment Equipment type "A" "B" "A" "B" "A" "B" "A" "B" "A" "B" "A" "B" "A" "B" "A" "B" “A” “B” "A" "B" "A" "B" "A" "B" "A" "B" "A" "B" "A" "B" "A" "B" 50 80 25 100 25 110 25 130 40 50 80 100 110 130 50 70 80 100 120 50 60 80 100 120 50 60 70 90 100 50 60 70 90 100 50 50 70 80 90 50 50 70 80 90 50 50 60 80 90 50 50 50 70 70 30 50 50 60 60 30 30 40 50 60 30 30 40 40 60 30 30 30 40 50 30 30 30 30 40 <50*) 30 51100 30 101150 30 151200 30 201250 40 251300 40 30 40 30 50 30 60 30 70 30 70 30 90 30 100 30 100 40 100 40 110 40 110 40 120 40 120 40 140 40 140 40 301350 50 30 50 30 60 30 60 40 70 40 80 40 90 40 100 40 100 40 110 50 110 50 120 50 120 50 120 50 160 50 160 50 351400 50 30 50 40 60 40 70 40 80 40 90 50 100 50 110 50 110 60 120 60 120 60 120 60 150 60 150 60 180 70 180 70 401450 60 40 60 40 70 40 80 50 80 50 90 50 100 60 120 60 120 70 140 70 140 70 150 70 150 70 150 80 180 80 180 80 451500 60 50 60 50 80 50 80 50 90 60 100 60 100 70 130 80 140 80 140 80 150 80 150 90 150 90 150 90 200 90 200 90 501550 70 60 70 60 80 70 90 70 90 80 100 80 120 80 130 80 140 100 140 100 150 100 150 100 150 100 150 100 200 100 200 100 200 200 160 160 150 150 150 150 130 120 100 90 90 80 70 551600 70 "A" Economic insulation thickness.00. Onderst. INSULATION THICKNESS (HOT INSULATION) INSULATION THICKNESS IN MM Normal operating temperature in °C diameter. < 1" 1" 1.

INSULATION THICKNESS FOR STORAGE TANKS (HOT INSULATION) INSULATION THICKNESS IN MM Storage tanks Tank walls Tank roofs Normal operating temperature in °C < 50 50 51-100 80 101-150 100 2) 80 2) 151-200 120 2) 80 2) 201-250 140 2) 80 2) 2) To be executed in two layers. APPENDICES.4076 Filename: 04004076.00. APPENDIX 1C. Uit te voeren in twee lagen. APPENDIX 1B.5 REF. APPENDICES.4 REF.UNCONTROLLED WHEN PRINTED 5. INSULATION THICKNESS FOR PIPING AND EQUIPMENT WITH TRACING (HOT INSULATION) Heat medium LP-steam tracing Run pipe < 3" 4" en 6" 8" … 20" Equipment MP-steam tracing < 3" 4" en 6" 8" … 20" Equipment Electrical tracing < 3" 4" en 6" 8" … 20" Equipment Insulation thickness 50 mm 50 mm 50 mm 50 mm 60 mm 60 mm 80 mm 60 mm 50 mm 50 mm 50 mm 50 mm 5.doc Date: 2005-09-13 Issue: C Amendment DEP Gen Page: 7 van 18 BBS Level: 2 Techn. Onderst. . THERMAL INSULATION (PERNIS/MOERDIJK) Document ID: 04.

LAYERS OF INSULATION (HOT INSULATION) BUILD-UP OF MULTIPLE LAYERS FOR PRE-FORMED PIPE SECTIONS Pipe diameter 1" 1. APPENDIX 1D.00. .5" 2" 3" 3" 4" 4" 4" 6" 6" 6" 6" 6" 6" 8" 8" 8" 8" 8" 8" 8" 10" 10" 10" 12" 12" 12" 12" 16" 16" 16" 18" 18" 18" Isolation thickness in mm 100 100 120 120 140 120 130 160 120 140 150 160 200 300 130 140 160 180 200 240 300 140 160 300 140 160 200 240 140 160 180 140 160 200 Diameter layer 1 33 48 60 89 89 114 114 114 169 169 169 169 169 169 219 219 219 219 219 219 219 273 273 273 324 324 324 324 406 406 406 456 456 456 Thickness layer 1 60 60 40 70 70 50 50 100 50 100 100 100 100 120 50 100 100 100 100 100 100 70 80 80 40 40 40 40 100 100 100 100 100 100 Diameter layer 2 159 169 140 230 230 219 219 324 273 368 368 368 368 419 324 419 419 419 419 419 419 419 456 456 406 406 406 406 610 610 610 660 660 660 Thickness layer 2 40 40 80 50 70 70 80 60 70 40 50 60 100 120 80 40 60 80 100 70 120 70 80 120 100 120 100 100 40 80 60 40 60 100 610 610 60 100 712 100 558 660 70 80 660 60 Diameter layer 3 Thickness layer 3 THERMAL INSULATION (PERNIS/MOERDIJK) Document ID: 04.4076 Filename: 04004076.doc Date: 2005-09-13 Issue: C Amendment DEP Gen Page: 8 van 18 BBS Level: 2 Techn. Onderst.UNCONTROLLED WHEN PRINTED 5. APPENDICES.6 REF.

doc Date: 2005-09-13 Issue: C Amendment DEP Gen Page: 9 van 18 BBS Level: 2 Techn. APPENDIX 1E. . LAYERS OF INSULATION (HOT INSULATION) BUILD-UP OF MULTIPLE LAYERS FOR SLABS IN MM Insulation thickness in mm 40 50 60 80 90 100 110 130 140 150 160 170 180 190 200 210 220 230 240 250 260 Thickness layer 1 Thickness layer 2 Thickness layer 3 Thickness layer 4 40 50 60 80 40 100 50 50 60 50 80 50 80 50 100 50 60 50 80 50 80 60 80 80 100 80 60 100 60 100 60 80 80 80 100 80 100 80 100 80 100 100 80 60 50 THERMAL INSULATION (PERNIS/MOERDIJK) Document ID: 04.4076 Filename: 04004076. Onderst.UNCONTROLLED WHEN PRINTED 5. APPENDICES.7 REF.00.

00. LAYERS OF INSULATION (HOT INSULATION) BUILD-UP OF MULTIPLE LAYERS FOR BLANKETS Insulation Thickness in mm 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100 110 120 130 140 150 160 170 180 190 200 210 220 230 240 250 260 270 280 290 300 Thickness layer 1 Thickness layer 2 Thickness layer 3 Thickness layer 4 30 40 50 60 70 80 40 100 50 120 60 70 70 80 70 80 70 100 70 70 70 80 70 80 70 100 70 100 70 70 80 80 100 100 120 100 70 70 80 80 80 80 100 100 100 100 70 80 80 80 100 100 100 80 120 100 60 50 5.4076 Filename: 04004076. APPENDIX 2B.doc Date: 2005-09-13 Issue: C Amendment DEP Gen Page: 10 van 18 BBS Level: 2 Techn. Onderst.UNCONTROLLED WHEN PRINTED 5. APPENDICES.8 REF.9 REF. INSULATION THICKNESS CELLULAR GLASS. (COLD INSULATION) Ambient temperature Humidity Wind velocity Emissivity : : : : 25°C 85% 0 m/s 0.9 THERMAL INSULATION (PERNIS/MOERDIJK) Document ID: 04. APPENDICES. . APPENDIX 1F.

doc Date: 2005-09-13 Issue: C Amendment DEP Gen Page: 11 van 18 BBS Level: 2 Techn. INSULATION THICKNESS PUR/PIR (COLD INSULATION) Ambient temperature Humidity Wind velocity Emissivity : : : : 25°C 85% 0 m/s 0. 12 12 13 14 14 15 16 17 17 17 18 18 18 18 18 19 19 0 29 31 33 35 37 41 43 46 48 49 51 51 52 53 54 54 59 -20 43 46 48 53 56 61 64 70 73 76 78 80 81 83 84 85 96 -40 55 58 62 68 71 78 83 90 95 99 103 104 107 108 110 112 130 Operating temperature °C -60 66 70 74 81 85 94 99 108 115 120 124 126 129 131 133 136 162 -80 76 80 84 92 98 107 114 124 132 138 143 145 148 151 154 158 191 -100 84 89 94 103 109 120 127 139 147 155 160 162 166 169 172 177 218 -120 92 97 103 113 119 131 139 152 162 169 175 178 182 186 189 195 244 -140 100 105 111 121 128 141 150 164 175 183 189 193 197 201 205 211 268 -160 107 112 119 130 137 151 160 176 187 196 202 206 211 216 220 227 291 -180 113 119 126 138 145 160 170 187 198 208 215 219 224 229 234 241 313 5. thickness 25 mm). APPENDIX 2C.10 REF.00.4076 Filename: 04004076. Onderst.9 THERMAL INSULATION (PERNIS/MOERDIJK) Document ID: 04. . All piping over 24 inch shall be insulated in accordance with the thickness specified for vessels.UNCONTROLLED WHEN PRINTED INSULATION THICKNESS IN MM Diameter 20 ½” ¾” 1” 1½” 2” 3” 4” 6” 8” 10” 12” 14” 16” 18” 20” 24” Vessel Notes • • Thickness may be rounded off to the nearest higher manufacturer's thickness (min. APPENDICES.

11 REF.doc Date: 2005-09-13 Issue: C Amendment DEP Gen Page: 12 van 18 BBS Level: 2 Techn. Onderst. APPENDICES. For cold insulation only aluminised steel cladding Type 2 shall be applied. 7 7 8 8 8 9 9 9 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 11 0 18 19 20 21 22 24 25 26 27 28 28 29 29 29 30 30 31 -20 26 27 29 31 33 35 37 40 41 43 44 44 45 46 46 47 50 -40 33 35 37 40 43 46 49 52 55 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 69 Operating temperature °C -60 43 45 48 52 55 60 64 69 73 75 78 79 80 82 83 84 94 -80 53 56 59 65 68 75 79 86 91 95 98 99 102 103 104 107 123 -100 63 67 70 77 81 89 95 103 109 114 118 120 123 125 127 130 153 -120 69 73 77 85 89 98 104 114 120 126 130 132 135 138 140 143 171 -140 75 79 83 91 96 106 112 123 130 136 141 143 146 149 151 155 188 -160 80 84 89 97 103 113 120 131 139 146 151 153 157 160 162 167 203 -180 84 89 94 103 108 119 127 138 147 154 159 162 166 169 172 177 218 5.00.4076 Filename: 04004076. thickness 25 mm). APPENDIX 4 JACKETING SELECTION In the table for hot insulation aluminium cladding may also be applied for process temperatures between ambient and 120ºC. THERMAL INSULATION (PERNIS/MOERDIJK) Document ID: 04.UNCONTROLLED WHEN PRINTED INSULATION THICKNESS IN MM Diameter 20 ½” ¾” 1” 1½” 2” 3” 4” 6” 8” 10” 12” 14” 16” 18” 20” 24” Vessel Notes • • Thickness may be rounded off to the nearest higher manufacturer's thickness (min. All piping over 24 inch shall be insulated in accordance with the thickness specified for vessels. .

10 … CINI 1.1 3. but this must be very selectively. General Requirements + Installation Instructions General requirements for the thermal insulation of "hot" pipelines and equipment. The following materials shall not be applied without approval of the Civil Engineering Section: • • • • • weather resistant ethyl vinyl acetate based mastic. AMENDMENTS/SUPPLEMENTS TO THE CINI HANDBOOK Tab 1 CINI 1. Replace this clause by: • • • • • cellular glass (CG) Aluminium cladding shall not be applied.2.02 1.1 General requirements for the thermal insulation of "cold" pipelines and equipment.2. THERMAL INSULATION (PERNIS/MOERDIJK) Document ID: 04.4076 Filename: 04004076.01 4. weather resistant elastomer based.doc Date: 2005-09-13 Issue: C Amendment DEP Gen Page: 13 van 18 BBS Level: 2 Techn. Add to this clause: • • Sealing of furrowed edges in the cladding is not required for hot-insulation. fittings and equipment.2.37 1.12 REF. In practice it will not always be possible to work without sealing by means of mastic or tape. no sealing shall be applied to the bottom segment (between 4 and 8’o clock). CINI 1.3.3. vapour barrier mastic.3. 3.1 Add to this clause: • Installation instructions for the thermal insulation of "hot" pipelines. weather resistant bitumen based vapour barrier mastic. PART III.05 Page 1 of 1 Finishing materials + auxiliary materials Weather resistant mastics.UNCONTROLLED WHEN PRINTED 5. vapour barrier mastic. Example: • Horizontal equipment and piping in the vicinity of water spray systems. . Inexpertly installed or damaged cladding will cause Ingress of water.5 Metal finishing materials.3 Application of the metal finishing layer. and certainly not to the longitudinal joints in this segment CINI 1.3. contact adhesive. which must be allowed to evaporate via the joints in the cladding.01… CINI 3. The following materials shall not be applied without approval of the Civil Engineering Section: • • • • • • • polyisocyanurate (PIR) and polyurethane (PUR) cellular glass (CG) Tab 3 CINI 3. weather resistant latex based. The ambient temperature is 25°C.00. The following materials shall not be applied without approval of the Civil Engineering Section: flexible elastomeric foam (FEF). Onderst.

1 Code A 1. Code B 1.4. glass fibre fabric silicon rubber coated type Alpha Maritex 3200-1-SBS (both sides) stuffed with Rockwool (Type 000) Rockwool blanket (Type 160) stitched to galvanised mesh.2 Code A 1.01 par 3. 3. Tank roof slab “Lapinus 523”. thickness in accordance with CINI 1.0 Aluminised steel.5 Trapezium shaped aluminium cladding in accordance with CINI 3.01.25. Pre-formed Rockwool bends. T4 super K.5 D) Fireproofing insulation for EO containing piping and equipment consisting of one (1) layer Foamglass 50 mm thickness. Rockwool blanket (Type 159) stitched to galvanised mesh.02. Onderst. High density Rockwoolslabs (for mechanically loaded insulated objects).3.3.5 Code A 1.25.3.2 Code A 1.1.01.1(R) Rockwool blanket (Type 160R) stitched to stainless steel mesh. thickness in accordance with CINI 1.4 Corrugated aluminium cladding in accordance with CINI 3.UNCONTROLLED WHEN PRINTED 6.25.2 Code A 1.4.3.6.2(R) Rockwool blanket (Type 159R) stitched to stainless steel mesh.2 Aluminised steel. Code B 1. 3. 6.01 par. thickness in accordance with CINI 1. Pre-formed Rockwoolsections (for piping) Type 850 Pre-formed Rockwoolsections (for equipment) “Lapinus ketelplaat 590”. maximum pipe diameter 8 inch.7. including aluminium blind rivets in accordance with CINI specification 2.6 Code F 1.3 INSULATION CODES FOR CLADDING MATERIAL Following insulation codes shall be used for the selection of cladding materials.4. including aluminium self tapping screws/blind rivets in accordance with CINI specification 2. 3.02.4. thickness in accordance with CINI 1.01.1.7.25.5.01.01.1 INSULATION CODES GENERAL For engineering and contracting-out purposes the various insulation systems shall be indicated with insulation codes.4.6. “Armco” type T2 in accordance with CINI 3.5.5. maximum thickness 100 mm (R = 1.1.0.01.01. thickness in accordance with CINI 1.4. width: 25 mm for equipment. INSULATION CODES FOR HOT INSULATION MATERIALS Following insulation codes shall be applied for the selection of hot insulation materials. 6. THERMAL INSULATION (PERNIS/MOERDIJK) Document ID: 04.4076 Filename: 04004076.0 Aluminium cladding in accordance with CINI specification 3.01 par 3.1.7.1 Code A 1. “Lapinus Drukvaste plaat 520”.7.5.1 Code A 1. Code A 1.00. 6. Code A 1.1. . including stainless steel self tapping screws/blind rivets.3.1.doc Date: 2005-09-13 Issue: C Amendment DEP Gen Page: 14 van 18 BBS Level: 2 Techn.01 par.0 Code A 1. Foamglass shall not be sealed and/or glued except where necessary.5. 19 mm for piping.1.4. centre to centre 25 cm. The Foamglass shall be fixed with Filament tape CR 110.7. Code B 1. Code B 1.0 Fabric mattresses. Code B 1.01 par. including stainless steel bands (19 x 0.5 mm) in accordance with CINI specification 2. in accordance with CINI 3.4 Code A 1.7.3. Tank shell slab “Lapinus 524”. including aluminium blind rivets in accordance with CINI specification 2.

opening 33%.2.2 Pre-formed cellular glass sections (two layers) supplied with a factory applied TEROSTAT-PC vapour barrier foil or a locally applied mastic vapour barrier as outer vapour barrier.7 Pre-formed PUR/PIR sections (two layers) supplied with butt joints (transverse and longitudinal) including a factory applied vapour barrier foil on the out side of both sections as vapour barrier and also wrapping on the outside as outer vapour barrier. dimensions 1000 x 0.02.25.1. THERMAL INSULATION (PERNIS/MOERDIJK) Document ID: 04.0 Pre-formed PUR/PIR sections (one layer) supplied with ship lapped joints (transverse and longitudinal) including a vapour barrier foil and a second insulation layer of Foamglass.4 INSULATION CODES FOR COLD INSULATIONMATERIALS AROUND PIPING Following insulation codes are applicable for the selection of cold insulation materials around piping up to and including 24”: Code K 1.01.2.9.1.4 Pre-formed PUR/PIR-slabs (one layer) provided with a factory applied vapour barrier foil and mastic.01.3. including stainless steel bands (19 x 0.5 Pre-formed PUR/PIR-slabs (two layers) provided with a factory applied vapour barrier foil on the outside of both slabs as vapour barrier and also a foil or mastic as outer vapour barrier.5 mm) in accordance with CINI specification 2.7. including stainless steel self tapping screws/blind rivets in accordance with CINI specification 2. Code B 1. Hole diameter 3 mm. Code K 1. Code B 1.3.3.doc Date: 2005-09-13 Issue: C Amendment DEP Gen Page: 15 van 18 BBS Level: 2 Techn.0 In situ sprayed/formed PUR/PIR including metal vapour barrier. Onderst.0 In situ sprayed/formed insulation layer around fittings. 2B. Code K 1.00.2 Not applicable Code B 2. Code K 3.25. Code K 1. thickness in accordance with CINI 1. Code K 3. Code K 2. rough.0) consisting out of aluminized steel in accordance with CINI 3.4 Pre-formed PUR/PIR sections (one layer) supplied with ship lapped joints (transverse and longitudinal) including a factory applied vapour barrier foil and wrapping.0. equipment parts and valves 6. Code B 1. 6.3.4.0.5 Pre-formed PUR/PIR sections (two layers) supplied with ship lapped joints (transverse and longitudinal) including a factory applied vapour barrier foil on the outside of both sections as vapour barrier and also wrapping on the outside as outer vapour barrier.9.0 Cladding for fireproofing insulation (ref code F 1.2 Pre-formed Foamglass-slabs (two layers) provided with a factory applied TEROSTAT-PC vapour barrier foil or a locally applied mastic vapour barrier as outer vapour barrier. flanges.3.3.0 Stainless steel cladding in accordance with CINI 3.4076 Filename: 04004076.1 mm.01 par.1. approval of the Civil Engineering Section is required. . For large equipment application of self tapping stainless steel screws.1.5 INSULATION CODES FOR COLD MATERIALS AROUND EQUIPMENT Following insulation codes are applicable for the selection of cold insulation materials around equipment: Code K 3.1 Personal protection by means of perforated stainless steel plate.0 Finish with foil type LD-polyethylene. one-sided open tube transparent.2. 3.8. type 304.05. 5 mm pitch. Code K 2. Code K 1.UNCONTROLLED WHEN PRINTED Code B 1.

Onderst.53 par 3.V. Each layer of insulation shall be fixed with Scotch 3M filament tape type 895 or equal.5 IN COMBINATION WITH CODE B 1.7. In piping systems at each interruption (a.5 mm). Transverse and longitudinal joints shall be overlapping ("ship lapped") in the case of single layer insulation.3. THERMAL INSULATION (PERNIS/MOERDIJK) Document ID: 04.3. Overlap shall be at least 50 mm.08. type TARECPIR CR40 (Supplier Coolag Holland B.3.05.00. flanges etc. three (3) tapes per meter pipe length. at support locations. The total insulation thickness shall be made up of one or two layers.6. The seams of the secondary vapour barrier foil shall be taped off with 50 mm wide InsuW-Rapid Multifoil Alu tape. seams of multiple layer systems shall be staggered.4 and CINI 5.4076 Filename: 04004076. The outer leg of ship lapped joints and the butt joints of the outer sections are to be fully glued with Foster 81-82 or equal.4 AND K 1. valves. or equal).o. The seams need not be sealed.3. The cladding of straight lengths of pipe shall be fixed with stainless steel tension bands (19 x 0. .6 SPECIFICATION CODE K 1. The outer surface of the inner layer shall be covered with a secondary vapour barrier foil (no overlaps). or equal. • Protective jacketing shall be aluminised steel plate.).01.1.doc Date: 2005-09-13 Issue: C Amendment DEP Gen Page: 16 van 18 BBS Level: 2 Techn. DO NOT use parkers. The inner and outer layer of multilayer insulation can be butt jointed. vapour stops shall be installed in accordance with CINI 1. The vapour barrier foil shall be in accordance with the requirements of CINI 3. depending on the insulation thickness. Mylar Multiplex Foil type TF3/50.2 For the typical details of the construction of cold insulation see figure 1.UNCONTROLLED WHEN PRINTED 6. • • • • • Where boxes are used the inside of the box shall be lined with the composite vapour barrier (see above). • The insulation material shall consist of pre-formed PUR/PIR sections in accordance with the requirements of CINI 2. The outer primary vapour barrier on both one and two layer systems shall be InsuW-Rapid IWR 701 Instant Butyl Sealing tape with aluminium backup (300 mm wide minimum for straight lengths of pipe) or TEMBUTIL-ALU PLUS.

05.5 mm) instead of parkers and/or blind rivets. The complete system shall be finished with aluminised steel plate (Code B 1. For the fixation of cladding on tank roofs the cladding shall be fixed to a specially designed supporting structure. par. THERMAL INSULATION (PERNIS/MOERDIJK) Document ID: 04. dispersed PUR/PIR in situ may be considered. The quality of the foam shall be in accordance with CINI 2.00.31GEN. type TARECPIR CR40 (Supplier Coolag Holland B. For the insulation of spherical shaped parts of equipment (heads of heat exchangers. The outer surface of each layer shall be covered with a secondary factory applied vapour barrier foil (no overlaps) (Mylar Multiplex Foil type TF3/50. tanks.5). For valves and flanges.2).3.UNCONTROLLED WHEN PRINTED 6.2 • Supply and application of pre-formed PUR/PIR slabs.4) as well as the two layer system (K3. Transverse and longitudinal joints shall not be overlapping ("ship lapped"). All insulation layers shall be sealed-off on the outside with a vapour barrier foil. .4 AND K 3.3. or equal).V.9.00.3 and appendix 14. • • • • • • • • • The cladding of spherical heads/fronts shall be fixed with blind rivets. On both the one layer system (K 3.4) or two layers (K 3. prior to dispersing the PUR/PIR. etc. The joints of secondary vapour barrier foil shall be taped-off with 50 mm wide InsuW-Rapid Multifoil Alu tape.6.01. The vapour barrier foil shall be in accordance with the requirements of CINI 3. The use of dispersed PUR/PIR in situ shall be limited as much as possible.7 SPECIFICATION CODE K 3. or equal).3. The total insulation thickness shall be made up of one (K 3.46. The outer insulation layer shall be fixed with 19 mm stainless steel straps.4076 Filename: 04004076. For the same reason it is recommended to apply a non-stick coating to the interior of covers used in this application.3.3.3. The joints of cladding do not need to be sealed. if this is not possible or desirable. The PUR/PIR-slabs shall not be glued to the equipment. Onderst. The cladding shall be fastened by means of stainless steel bands (19 x 0.) factory shaped segments (spherically and tangentially shaped) shall be applied.5) a vapour barrier layer of TEMBUTIL-ALU-PLUS shall be applied on top of the outer vapour barrier foil.7.6. All joints of PUR/PIR outer slabs shall be completely glued with Foster 81-82 or equal. Overlap shall be at least 50 mm.3. removable covers are preferred. On other insulation layer 19 mm wide Filament tape CR 110 shall be applied with a centre to centre distance of 25 cm.5 IN COMBINATION WITH CODE B 1.doc Date: 2005-09-13 Issue: C Amendment DEP Gen Page: 17 van 18 BBS Level: 2 Techn. 5. columns. valves shall be wrapped in a rockwool blanket in accordance with DEP 30. In order to facilitate future removal of in situ dispersed PUR/PIR.

.UNCONTROLLED WHEN PRINTED FIGURE 1.4076 Filename: 04004076.00.doc Date: 2005-09-13 Issue: C Amendment DEP Gen Page: 18 van 18 BBS Level: 2 Techn. Onderst. GENERAL DETAIL COLD INSULATION Aluminised steel Tembutil-Alu plus or Insu-W-Rapid IWR 701 with overlap of 50 mm 75 mm wide Insu-W-Rapid IWR 701 Mylar multiflex foil type TF3/5 (factory applied over Pre formed foam elements TARECPIR CR40 Scotch 3M filament tape 895 3 tapes per meter pipe length Foster 81-82 THERMAL INSULATION (PERNIS/MOERDIJK) Document ID: 04.

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