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t.O, INTRODUCTION 1.1 General 1.1.1 Electrostatic Precipitator (EP)

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The McGill AirClean EP is a highly efficient air pollution control device designed to remove the particulate contained in the exhaust gases of various industrial processes. The operating principles of this system are simple: Dust particles in the gas stream ionize as they pass through the electric field, generated by the needle-tipped positive and grounded collector plates. This electric field results from the application-of a high voltage direct current (DC) source between these plates. Once charged, these particles attract and hold to the plates until shaken off mechanically. This mechanical "rapping" of the plates is done automatically, and at pre-determined intervals, to release the dust into hoppers for disposal. Continued efficient operation of the EP is dependent upon adequate preventive maintenance ofthe unit. The EP must be considered an important part of the plant's process and, as such, must receive the same care as any other piece of production equipment. This operation and maintenance manual should be read and understood by all personnel who will operate andlor maintain the system.

1.2 Equipment Description 1.2.1 EP Description Each McGill AirClean EP system consists of one or more chambers, each with multiple fields. The exact configuration of this system is shown on the General Arrangement Drawing located in Appendix B. Each collecting field has an individual transformer/rectifier (TIR) high voltage power supply located on top of the EP. Each TIR is connected to its respective field by a copper bus running to the support structure for the positive plates. The main body of the EP contains the collecting fields of parallel positive and grounded collector plates held in position by spacer bars connected in the side rapping boxes. Each field has one rapping mechanism for each plate polarity, collectively controlled so that no two positions on the EP are allowed to rap at anyone time. Adjacent to each rapping mechanism is an access door for entry into the EP for inspection ormaintenance. These access doors as well as the covers of the side rapping boxes are key interlocked. Beneath the EP fields, hoppers funnel the collected dust to the dust handling equipment. Each hopper is equipped with a vibrator to aid in the removal of the dust and a level detector indicating overfilled hopper. Electric hopper heaters are also provided to prevent condensation in the collected dust. At the inlet end of the EP, gas distribution plates breakup the gas stream and spread the dust particles evenly throughout the chamber. Because these plates may also collect dust, file:IIC:\UOM_SZ.htm 2/10/99

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they are equipped with rapping air cylinders. The main connection point for the customer-supplied 480 volt power source is the power distribution panel. This panel contains motor starters, contactors, and transformers necessary for providing power to the EP system components. The EP control panel contains all 120 volt controls as well as other low voltage controls and circuits. Within this panel is the Allen Bradley SLC 5104 programmable controller. This controller is programmed to monitor the status of the EP fields, control rapper timing, signal system alarms, and perform other control functions as required.

2.1 EP Description


2.1.1 High Voltage Control For each field, saturable core reactors control the primary side voltage of each T/R. The reactors receive their signals from reactor driver amplifiers in the control panel. An analog output module in the PLC sends a 0-10V control signal to the driver amplifiers. The PLC logic calculates the field control output when in automatic. In manual mode, the operator selects the control output and initial turn-on of a field requires the manual control set to zero. The manual output should be increased slowly until sparking occurs, indicated by rapid fluctuations in the KV and milliamp indicators. At this point, the manual output should be decreased just until sparking stops. Repeating this process on each field ensures the highest voltage level possible is maintained in the EP as long as the process remains fairly constant. Nonnally, there is a wide variation in the voltage at which sparking occurs and the automatic voltage control (AVC) program is needed. Placing the "Manual/Auto" control in the "Auto" mode disables the manual control output and enables the AVC program stored in the PLC. This program causes the voltage to ramp up slowly until a spark occurs, at which time the voltage is reduced to zero and held for an instant to allow the spark to quench. The voltage control output is then increased to a preset level, called the setback level, which is a chosen percentage ofthe most recent sparking voltage control output. The gradual ramp up to the spark level is begun again, and the process repeats itself. The ramp rate, setback level, and quench time are program variables which are determined during start-up of the EP system and should not require adjustment under normal operating conditions.

2.1.2 Rapping Control

With the rapping "Manual/Auto" control in the "Auto" mode, the sequential operation of
the rapping mechanisms is directed by the-rapping control program stored in the PLC memory. A prograrruned sequencer advances at the rate established by the rapping timer file:IIC:\UOM SZ.htm 2/10/99

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programmed in the PLC. The side rapping positions and the inlet distribution plate mechanism are programmed to be activated at a combination of specific steps of the sequencer. In this manner, Field 1 can be rapped more frequently than Field 2 and at a fixed multiple of the Field 2 rate. Similarly, Field 2 will be rapped more often than Field 3 and at a fixed muhiple of the Field 3 rate, and so on. The operator can control the automatic rapping program from the "EP Rapping" screen on the PC. The interval timer sets the time between each rapping step. The rapping sequencer will step through the positions in the following order: Field 1 positive Field 1 negative Field 2 positive Field 2 negative Field 3 positive Field 3 negative Inlet distribution plate For example, if the interval timer is set at 120 seconds, and the rapping counter for field 1 is set at "1", then both positions in the first field, positive and negative, will rap every 14 minutes (2 min x 7 positions x 1 rapping counter). If the field 2 rapping counter is set at "4", then both positions in field 2 will rap 1/4 as often, or every 56 minutes, (2 x 7 x 4). The factory default settings for the rapping counters are: 1 for field 1, 2 for field 2, and 4 for field 3. The duration timer can also be set from the PC. The duration is the length of time that rapping actually takes place at each location. The default setting is 5 seconds and should not need changed. The sequencer-based control program also prevents any two rapping positions from being energized at the same time. This feature is required to minimize the dust re-entrainment during the rapping operation. A rapping mechanism can be manually actuated from the PC. To do this, place the rapping "Manual/Auto" control in the "Manual" mode and click the mouse cursor on the desired rapping position on the "EP Rapping" screen. To turn rapping off click the mouse cursor on the rapping position again.

2.1.3 Insulator Protection Electric insulators, installed in each side rapping box and top support insulator box, isolate file:/IC:\UOM SZ.htm 2/10/99



the high voltage discharge plate assembly from the grounded structure. These insulators must be kept relatively clean and dry to prevent deterioration and eventual electrical or mechanical breakdown. During normal EP operation, heat radiated from the interior of the EP chamber keeps the insulators warm. enough to prevent condensation on their surface. For those times when the EP is off-line, electric heaters are provided in each insulator box. When the insulator heaters button, located on the "EP Rapping" screen, is turned on, the heaters are thermostatically controlled by a temperature switch located in one of the side rapping boxes.

2.1.4 Hopper Vibrators and Level Detectors Each hopper has, on one wall, an electric vibrator to aid in the removal of the dust from the hopper. Pushbutton controls for the vibrators and dust handling system are provided locally at the hoppers. They should be turned on at the end of the hopper emptying operation, when most of the dust has been removed from the hoppers. Activating them too soon could cause packing or bridging in the throat of the hopper. Each hopper is also equipped with a dust level detector which is positioned to indicate an overfilled hopper condition. When this condition occurs, an alarm appear on the Pc. The problem hopper must be emptied and the reason for the overfill determined. Failure to correct the problem allows dust to continue to build up until it reaches the plates, causing a short between the positive high voltage and ground.

2.1.5 Screw Conveyor and Rotary Valve There are three hoppers under the EP. The dust handling equipment consists of a screw conveyor connecting the three hoppers, and a rotary air-lock valve. The rotary valve, chain driven off the shaft of the screw conveyor, has a torque limiter allowing slipping to occur should an object jam in the paddles of the valve. The screw conveyor is turned by a motor and a belt driven gear reducer drive unit. Start-stop pushbuttons for the screw conveyor are provided locally at the hoppers. The screw conveyor and rotary valve have a zero speed switch indicating failure.

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Hopper Heaters

~lectric hopper heaters, installed on the lower one third of the EP hoppers, maintain the hopper wall temperature above the condensation point to keep the collected dust free flowing. When the hopper heaters button, located on the "EP Rapping" screen, is turned on, the heaters are operated by a temperature controller located in the control panel.

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Turning the key unlocks the Field 1 TfR ground switch.htm 2/10/99 . side insulator boxes. and 4) locks for the access doors to the interior of the EP. ************************************************************************** 3. and releases a key which can be inserted in the Field 2 TIR high voltage position key interlock.2. there is a possibility of severe electrical shock resulting in iqjury or death. I shows the key interlock system. the key cannot be removed from that lock until the access door is closed and locked.2 High Voltage Area Access Procedure _ 3. TIR ground position key interlock. The key interlocked circuit breaker must be in the "Off' position before its key can be removed from the interlock. Drawing 12278-4800. 3.0 fiGH VOLTAGE SAFETY SYSTEM 3. locks the switch in the ground position. The primary key is inserted in the transfer interlock to obtain the secondary keys to open the EP access doors. Sht. 2) a key interlock mounted on each transformer/rectifier grounding switch. The key from the TIR main circuit breaker interlock is inserted in the Field 1 TIR set high voltage position key interlock.1 Turn the EP fields off and verify that the status indication on the PC changes from "On" to "Off'. the TIR sets can again be energized. and top insulator boxes. The control circuits are now disabled and the "Key Out" alarm will be activated. After placing this circuit breaker in the "On" position. When a secondary key is inserted in a lock. and the top insulator boxes. hopper access doors. After the doors have been closed and all the secondary keys returned to the transfer interlock. When the circuit breaker is in the "Off' position. The Field 1.2 Turn the main TIR set circuit breaker in the power distnbution panel to the "Off' position. releasing the primary key.~. allowing the opening of an access door.1 Key Interlock System Access to the high vohage areas of the EP is prevented during nonnaI operation through the proper use of the key interlock system. the primary key can be removed so that the TIR set ground switches can be . hopper access doors. the side insulator (rapping) boxes. an auxiliary switch activates a "Key Out" alarm and disables the control circuits for the TIR sets. and the first key can be returned to the interlock on the TfR main circuit breaker. 3. . grounding Field 1. This system consists of 1) a key interlocked main TIR set circuit breaker located in the EP power distribution panel. The ground switch is then rotated to the ground position. returned to the high voltage positions. This process is repeated until the last field TIR set ground switch has been locked in the ground position.' ************************************************************************** WARNING_ The following procedures must be followed whenever anyone is required to enter the high voltage areas of the EP.2. 3) a transfer interlock mounted adjacent to the EP. . Ifthese procedures are not followed. file://C:\UOM SZ.

7 in reverse order. hopper access door.5 Insert key #1 in the Field 1 TIR ground switch.9 The EP can now be entered safely. side insulator box.7 Repeat the above two (2) steps until all the TIR ground switches have been locked in the ground position.2.8 Insert the primary key into the transfer interlock.4 Remove the cover over the TIR grounding switch located on the top of each TIR tank. 3. 3.2. 3. provided that it has cooled down. unlock the main T IR set circuit breaker and place it in the "On" position 3.4 . connect a "ground stick" between the EP structure and the nearest high voltage point. I 5 The fields can now be energized. Insert a secondary key in any access door.2. 4. 3. e. or top insulator box interlock.g. The key will be held captive as long as the switch is not locked in the high voltage position.3. 3.12 Re-insert all secondary keys into the transfer interlock.10 As soon as access is gained to the EP interior.3 Remove the key #1 from the circuit breaker interlock. high voltage position interlock. and unlock the primary lock in order to release the secondary keys.2. The key will be held captive in the lock as long as that particular door is open. rapping rod. 3. 3. bus bar. discharge plate.2.2. 3.2. thus releasing the primary key.2. This releases a key which will unlock the Field 2 TIR ground switch. etc.htm 2/10/99 .2. 3.2.2.. remove aU secondary keys previously used to gain access to high voltage areas. thus locking the breaker in the "Off' position. 3." fiJe:IIC:\UOM SZ.14 Using the key from Field 1 T IR high-voltage position interlock. 3. Turn the key to unlock the ground switch. lock all TIR ground switches in the high voltage position.2.11 In order to re-apply power to the EP.0 ALARMS .6 Rotate the ground switch to the ground position and lock it in position using the ground position key interlock. The key released from the last field TIR ground position interlock is the primary key.13 Following the procedures of steps 3.

1. Perform the following checks: • Individual TIR circuit breaker to "On". Recurring problem may indicate need for more frequent automatic rapping operation.1. If solenoid valve operates properly but rapping operation does not. On this screen the alarm can be acknowledged by clicking on the alarm acknowledge pushbutton. When the alarm hom sounds. problem may be due to excessive dust buildup on plates. Manually rap affected field before checking for restored voltage level.1.3 . check piston seals in air cylinders and replace as necessary. A detailed listing of all alarms and some typical operational problems follows.the PLC shutting down affected field. 4.1. Verify proper alarm set point.5 present. If sufficient air is not being supplied to air cylinder in both directions.1 Failure ofEP Field to Energize All power and control devices for each field must be in the proper position in order to apply power.htm 2/10/99 . • Any alarm 4. 4.4. correct the problem as directed below. file:IIC:\UOM SZ. Air supply on and regulated to 40 psig. This setpoint can only be changed with SLC 5/04 programming software and a programming terminal b. the operator can identify the specific alarm condition by viewing the flEP Alarms" screen.2 Improper Rapping Operation Perform the following checks: a.1. If gradual voltage decrease has been noticed over a period of several days. c. Verify proper switching of solenoid valve. 4. b. Should be 8 KV.Page 7 of 17 The EP control PC has an AudioNisual alarm system to alert the operator to certain problems or malfunctions associated with the EP.3 "Field Low Voltage" (per field) Actuated by set point programmed in. replace valve. If any alarm is present. • Control power to the EP control panel on. Perform the following checks: a.

May be caused by: a. etc.1. Alann is intended to alert operator that the key interlock system is in use. fallen bus bar.3 for corrective action . 4. Excessive arcing in EP field due to manual setting of voltage at too high a level. manually rap EP field to dislodge dust or foreign object. Low KV. Proper procedures per section 3.6 "Field Off" (per field) file:IIC:\UOM SZ. Follow the safety procedure of Section 3. may be caused by short circuit on secondary of TIR. 4. Lower setting.4 "Field Overload" (per field) Actuated by overload relay on TIR contactor.2 for removing high voltage power before proceeding.2 must be followed to reapply power. Refer to Section 4. 3.1. Repair as necessary. insulator breakdown. • Automatic Voltage Control. dust buildup.1. Check for dust buildup or loose foreign objects between plates. Failure to follow these steps may cause severe electrical shock resulting in injury or death. Readjust voltage level. combined with high milliamps.Page 8 of17 C. Check high voltage bus on top ofEP for loose foreign objects. Inspect insulators for cracks or signs of electrical tracking. 4. Replace as necessary. 2.1.5 "Key Out" Actuated by T /R main circuit breaker. Perform the following checks: ************************************************************************** WARNING The following checks require access to the high voltage areas of the EP. If necessary. shutting down affected field. short circuit. tuning variable spark sensitivity set point set too high causing program to not detect hard spark. (AVC). b.htm 2/10/99 . ************************************************************************** 1. Continued excessive primary current drawn by T fR due to arcing. etc.

file:/IC:\UOM SZ.. Check drive belts.1.1 Pre-startup Checklist The following inspection procedure should be performed prior to initial startup of the system or followipg any extended down time.k~ 'r..9 "PLC Low Battery" Actuated by the PLC indicating that the battery. Note: Lockout power by shutting off disconnect.j~- -:-/. Alarm is intended to warn the operator of an overfilled hopper condition that must be corrected immediately before the dust has a chance to harden and cause bridging or even become high enough to cause short circuiting between positive and grounded plates.. ~ i..") 'L- ..).1../ ~--:. Check for jammed conveyor or rotary valve by removing access lids. ~.. ' 4.".. indicating that field has shut down for any reason.htm 2/10/99 .8 "EP High Dust Lever' Actuated by a level detector In one of the EP hoppers.: .~~~~= r' ("" ... Perform the following checks: a.J Actuated by holding contact of ally TIR contactor..' that the is not operat~ ~t maximum ca. gain safe access to the high voltage areas of the EP using the key interlock system.. _. C-J ~~~. 14 . ~/ ':/ Z /. Following the procedure of Section 3.2. j 4. needs to be changed.. 5.7#~ &/" ..pacity.. __ C'~ .. The battery should be changed with power to the PLC on._{~ Page 9 ofl? y: _.:'~~-LJ Lf_... L l (1. Alarm alerts o~r . which maintains the program during a power failure.• :~" s. 5.. c.. Check starter overloads.1. Ej a ._= / .1.7 Screw Conveyor Zero Speed Switch When this switch is actuated it will shut down the screw conveyor. C:' t:~"i_. - ¢.-. 4.. The switch will also turn on a pilot light located on the screw conveyor and vibrator pushbutton station..:' --- . I_ .1 EP Checklist a. lJ /t ~. .' '~'_~~=. b. ---~.

Page 10 of 17 b. Enable the insulator heaters. o. Again using the procedure of Section 3. There should be 40 psig ofair pressure for proper operation. The linkages connecting the rapping channel to the rapping air cylinders and to the plates should be secure with little play. Manually rap each side rapping position and the inlet rapping position by pressing the manual button or turning the screw on each solenoid valve. n. Verify the actual operation of each rapping mechanism. The high voltage insulators at each bus bar termination should be clean with no moisture present on their surface. d..htm 2110/99 . "clunking" sound might indicate a faulty air cylinder. Close and lock all rapping box covers. Tum on the hopper vibrators and verify that each one is operating. Turn on each circuit breaker (or disconnect switch) in the Power Distribution Panel prior to checking the operation of each EP subsystem. g. etc.2. j. Close and lock all access doors. ensure that all high voltage areas are locked prior to turning on all TIR disconnect switches and circuit breakers. welding rods. q. Open each rapping box cover and inspect the interior of each box.g. They should be clean and dry. While inside. Check the rapper air pressure regulator. The insulators should be relatively clean and dry. Tum the vibrators off. with no visible cracking or signs of tracking. and foreign objects. 1. The rapping motion should sound like a solid. m. A less solid. Check the operation of each rapping position from the PC by placing the rapping control in the "Manual" mode and energizing each rapping position. single hit of the mechanism. e. Clean if necessary. check the operation of each level detector in the hoppers directly below. reaching down with a broom handle or similar object and pressing it against the probe. shipping steel. This test should annunciate the "EP Hi Dust Level" Alarm on the PC. k. Verify the heaters cycle on and offby their temperature file:/IC:\UOM SZ. double-hit.g. p. with no visible cracking or signs oftracking. e. i. f Inspect the inlet distribution plate(s) for plugging or unusual buildup. Open each top insulator box and inspect the insulators. c. e. This check can be accomplished by physically stopping the VIbration of the level probe.. h. Open each access door and inspect the plates for straightness. Inspect the high voltage bus bars. loose needle strips.

5. 5.5 After the 30 minute warm-up period. Verify proper screw rotation. file:IIC:\UOM SZ. Tum off the conveyor. to ensure that electrical clearances throughout the EP are unaltered. 5. Decrease each voltage adjustment until the KV/mameter readings become steady.1 Verify all individual TIR circuit breakers.2. 5. 5. Verify the hopper heaters cycle on and offby the temperature controller.Page 11oft7 ' switch by measuring the total heater current with an amprobe. Slowly increase each manual adjustment until each field reads IS to 20 KV and leave the controls at this value for 30 minutes. are on.7 Record all readings (primary and secondary) for all fields. thus allowing the maximum operating voltages. Although the procedure for accomplishing this is ". The "Key Out" alarm should be off. the duct system and process emission source to which it is connected must be brought on-line.8 Adjust each manual control to zero. The resuhing voltage and current readings are the "Cold Test Values". Make this check by measuring the current to each hopper with an amprobe.2.1 System Startup Prior to energizing the EP.3 Startup Procedure 5.4 When applying system power initially.3.3 Turn the power on to each field. 5. or following any system shutdown. as indicated by rapid fluctuations in the KV lma meter readings.2. s.2.2. r. 5. as well as the main key interlocked TIR circuit breaker. Tum on the screw conveyor.htm 2/10/99 . 5.2 Adjust the manual control for each field to zero after placing each field in the "Manual" mode. 5. continue to increase each adjustment until sparking occurs. Be sure that there is no binding in the operation of the conveyor and the rotary air-lock valve. The following test should be performed prior to initial system startup.9 Tum each field off. the TIR sets should be energized gradually.2.2. or after an extended down time.

Any damage sustained by this equipment as a resuh of "fire" is totally excluded from warranty coverage. This equipment can be severely damaged by "fire". or inherent in.}Vill exist.1 Fire "Fire".Page 12 of17 outside the scope of this manual.2 Corrosion and Erosion Corrosive or erosive agents produced by. file. Verify that all system circuit breakers are turned on.2 EP Startup a. Further. McGill AirClean is not responsible for. is defined as explosion. it should be noted that any such procedure should provide for a gradual warm-up of the EP.Items Not Covered by Warranty 5.htm 2110/99 . The rate of temperature rise at the EP inlet must be limited to 1000f per hour to allow for unifonn structural expansion. excessive rate of temperature change (Section 5. excessive temperature. 5. Place the voltage "Manual/Auto" control for each field in the "Auto" mode. Damage to this equipment. the dust that is collected by this equipment could contain sufficient combustibles to be considered a fuel. Turn on the screw conveyors to discharge the water which may condense in the EP hoppers during the warm-up period.3. resulting from corrosive or erosive attack on materials of construction. it is not McGill AirClean's responsibility to attempt to define specific process conditions that may lead to "fire". maintaining the maximum operating voltage just below the spark point.3.3.3. are not the responsibility of McGill AirClean.3.3 Warning . Place the rapping "Manual/Auto" control in the "Auto" mode.1). an ~xtreIl1~ "fir~_risk. Continue running the conveyors until the water discharge stops. e. Under certain circumstances in some processes. Turn on the power for each field. c. In such applications.//C:\UOM SZ. the process system. d. if oxygen levels in the gas being processed by this equipment exceed 6%.3. is totally excluded from warranty coverage. the design or operation of the balance of the process system with which this pollution control equipment is associated. 5. 5. nor expert in.3. or fire. The AVC program will cause the voltage in each field to ramp up. as used herein. b.

flow rate. Fast Ramp Rate 0. 5.1 sec.4 AVC Set-uR The following procedure is provided as an aid. Before proceeding with these steps it is essential that the technician performing the adjustments be familiar with the theory of operation of the Ave program as described in Section 2. then ramp again.4.4.4. spark.4. the following procedure can again be used.1 Begin the AVe set-up with the following program variables for each field. quench the spark.4.. These variables must be set-up with the EP system operating at design temperature.6 The "ramp rate" program variables adjust the slope of the voltage control output increase following the reset to the setback level.Page 13 of17 5. However. rise to the setback level. If the program scan rate is 30 milli-seconds. 5.0 sec. The 300 msec value initially stored for this variable will cause a discrete increase in output (defined by the program) once every 300 file:lIC:\UOM SZ.3 sec.4.htm 2110/99 . for whatever reason. etc.2 Begin the individual field adjustment by placing the Field 1 voltage control in the automatic mode and turning on power to the field. during initial system startup. dust loading. The 92 percent value initially stored for this variable resets the voltage control output to 92 percent of the previous spark voltage control output.3 The field voltage should ramp up to the spark level. Spark Sensitivity 10 MA Quench Time 0. if operational requirements do change. Slow Ramp Rate 5. 5. 5.1. then a spark is detected if the field current raises by more than the SPARK SENSITIVITY in that 30 msec. 5. so that normal process fluctuations within the design range will not require additional adjustment of AVe operation.4 The "spark sensitivity" variable sets the amount the field current in milliamps must increase in I program scan of the PLC ladder logic to define a SPARK. Slow Ramp Set Point 97% Slow Ramp Lock Out 18 KV Setback 92% Maximum Current 100 MA 5. switch to a slower ramp. in the proper adjustment of the Ave parameters.5 The "setback" program variable adjusts the point to which the voltage control output resets after having been set at zero during the "quench time" in response to a spark. and then repeat the process.1. period.

Increasing the ramp rate timer variable will slow the ramp rate and.2 Turn off the TIR set circuit breakers in the power distribution panel. NOTE: This value must be greater than Setback.htm .4.7 Vary the setback and ramp rate timer variables as required to obtain approximately one spark every 30 to 60 seconds. Under normal circumstances. 6. depending upon the existing conditions. and is initially set at 100 msec. turn off each TIR disconnect switch and place each TIR grounding switch in the "GND" position. 5.1 EP__ Shutdown Proceg1lfe 6.1.4. Increasing the setback variable will increase the recovery voltage and. It is preferable to operate with a slow ramp rate and high setback level rather than a rapid ramp rate and low setback level. in order to maximize the applied average voltage.8 The "quench time" program variable adjusts the length of time that voltage is removed from the field. 6.0 SHUTDOWN The extent to which the system is powered down will depend upon the reasons for and duration of the shutdown.12 Repeat the above steps for each field individually. a short circuit on the TIR secondary.3 On the TIR platform. the quench time can be increased. 5. 5. to prevent this occurrence. If a spark had just occurred at a voltage level less than this.11 When field current reaches the "maximum current" level. Under those conditions in which occasional sparks are sustained and not quenched causing. in effect.1. as required. in whole or part.Page 14 ofl7 msec. 6.4. slow the spark rate.4.9 The "slow ramp set point" variable sets the percentage of the last spark. where the increasing control output is changed from ramping at the Fast Ramp Rate to the Slow Ramp Rate. no adjustment of this variable should be required except to decrease the value to the minimum time which still allows all sparks to be extinguished.4. 5. and "Field 3" displays on the Pc. 5. the Slow Ramp Threshold would be ignored and ramping would occur at the Fast Ramp Rate until another spark. increase the spark rate. likewise. 6. the control output increases at the fast ramp rate only. 2/10/99 file:/IC:\UOM SZ.4. the control output stops ramping and maintains its current value. hence. "Field 2".10 Whenever the field voltage is at or below the "slow ramp lockout" value. The following procedures may be performed.1 Turn each field otffrom the "Field 1 ~I. 5.1.

a.1. t Weekly Maintenance.1. If excessive water is observed. 6.1.Page 15 of 17 6.4 If the EP is to remain shut down for an extended period oftime. operate the hopper vibrators and screw conveyors normally for the duration of the plate cleaning process. 6.6 If access to the EP interior is required for maintenance or inspection.2 for gaining access to the EP interior and other high voltage areas. but access to the interior is not required. Also. Do Not attempt to enter the EP chamber without the use of adequate personnel protection against these hazards. ************************************************************************** WARNING The EP and scrubber interior following a shutdown presents an extremely hazardous atmosphere of high temperature and low oxygen levels. ************************************************************************** Listed in this section are the basic maintenance schedules for the EP system. file:IIC:\UOM _SZ. c. b. Inspect hopper vibrator mounting bolts for tightness. but to serve as the basis for a complete owner-developed preventive maintenance program. Additional information may be drawn from the equipment manufacturer's literature supplied with this manual. Inspect all air line filters for water accumulation and drain as necessary.htm 2/10/99 . In this case.1.7 Follow the procedure of Section 3. 6.1. Blow down all drip legs in air lines. 7. in this case. the rapping system should be allowed to run for a period of time in the automatic mode so that most of the dust can be removed from the plates. check the air drying system for proper operation. the setting of the rapping interval timer may be decreased to speed the plate cleaning process. This list is not intended to be all-inclusive. Do Not enter the EP chamber without determining that the temperature and oxygen levels are safe. turn off all circuit breakers in the power distribution panel and put rapping control into rnanua1 mode.1 EP Maintenance Schedule 7.5 Verify that the insulator heaters are turned on.

7. They should be clean and dry and without cracks or indications of tracking. ·e. Perform any cleaning required. ************************************************************************** The following five steps denoted by a (*) require access to high voltage areas of the EP or internal parts of the TIR sets.1. Remove a sample ofTIR insulating fluid from each tank for analysis of dielectric strength and acid content. Check TIR insulating fluid level gauge for proper level. Inspect all rapper air cylinder linkages for tight connections. the test interval may be increased to six months and then one year. If the initial inspection shows normal dust buildup and collection. Failure to follow these steps may cause severe electrical shock resulting in itijury or death. *f.3 Quarterly Maintenance a. *g.2 for removing high vohage power before proceeding. ************************************************************************** *c. Follow the safety procedure of Section 3. Listen for a solid single-hit sound signifying proper operation. h.htm 2110/99 . the inspection interval may be increased to six months. Open all access doors and inspect plates and needles for excessive buildup. Inspect the tank for leaks. file://C:\UOM SZ. Inspect the high voltage bushing on each TIR set. Manually operate each rapping air cylinder using the local solenoid valve override. Check rapper air regulator for 40 psig setting. and then one year. the inspection interval may be increased to six months and then one year. If the initial inspection shows that the bushings are relatively clean. If the initial tests prove satisfactory. Visually inspect hoppers below for bridging. ·d.Page 16 of17 7. If the initial inspection shows that all insulator compartments are relatively clean. Add TIR insulating fluid if the gauge check of step (a) above indicates a low level. Inspect and clean all top and side insulator compartments. the inspection internal may be increased to six months and then one year.1.2 Monthly Maintenance a.

To request Allen-Bradley emergency service personnel. For this assistance. call Allen-Bradley at 1-216-646-6800.s- (614) 443-0192 An emergency problem or maJfunction which can be identified as a programmable controller malfunction can be referred to the local Allen-Bradley programmable controller distributor. file://C:\UOM SZ. Improper operation or failure of system components can usually be corrected after analyzing the various alarms. call 1-800-422-4913. displays and status indicators. McGill AirClean engineers and technicians are available for troubleshooting assistance. contact: McGill AirClean Corporation Parts and Service Department - RAN0Y ·TK 0 .htm 2/10/99 .Page 17 of17 8.0 TROUBLESHOOTING 8. For 24-hour technical support. should it be required.1 System Troubleshooting The EP control system has been designed to provide the operating or maintenance personnel with a maximum amount of system status information.

..Sf-..%.'6 ct1~- Intellution SO# 104010-001 Fix MMI 150 I/O Version 6.+q 8 .\~_ ~'6\.Bob Gearhand 847-612-7222 .15 NT Key = AIPNYBHF CD This information off Key card Port Intellution.~~ ~(- ).Pk YL_(_ ZM6v-J Schw~f ?-l q ~?-<? 1 . Paul MN 952-897-0700 ~f\\ Prf\icL SkIL '\e. ') 5 ~-volt $ ~~ ~~Mt. mh !' Me Gill Air Clean 614-443-0192 Rep/ Distributer St.

.. Number of Fields: _. . ft.OF Concentration Concentration gr/a.OF Sf Urn btu assumed 9. Size of Collecting 7.07 12. watts/sq.c . not provided ft. Inlet Gas Temperature: 12. 13. Type: Hot Side: Precip'itator Data Sheet (DS-8) UNITED MCGILL 3-50 For Agency Only DAO • Use Cold Side: 3 FIELD X 4. Face Velocity: 10. Inlet Inlet Gas Moisture: Dust Dust 325 ----. X 10' 2 314WX 27' Dimensions of Precipitator: Drop: 4./sec. 18. Migration 17.. Pressure inches of water feet per second acfm 9. sq. . sq.Minnesota Pollution Control Agency Division of Air Ouality Electrostatic 1.. Plate Cleaning Method: CYLINDER 3 RlIPPING-PUSH PULL 21. acfm Power Density: Specific Collecting 348 90 .4% ------. Number of Sections.cfm 14. Manufacturer: 2 •• Model Number: 3./IOOO 19.SIJ/m Geometric Mean Diameter Velocity: __ 0_3_6_0 Area of Particulatenot btu --~---------------------. Outlet IS._ "l . ft. provided microns 16 . 5. Dust Collection Efficiency: 20.200 H 8.. Number of Plates Per Section: Plate: AREA 4281 II' f"R 27 6.. Inlet Gas Flow: 11.

continuous steam/hr. perform.. separate yes~ no aL or Chimney grade) 80 Steam Height(above continuous Combustion Electric Unit No. MN _ -. ft.D..:6:!._1_ % AS h 3 75 9300 _________ . BTU/lb. Ilue Gas volume Mfg's. Fan Rated las boiler Equip.Boi ler Mfg.6 "'P Yes NO Pulverizer x -------Capacity yes no _x_ -----4805 yes no NO.:.!.000 --__::. Performance Pressure Boiler Method: Reheat Firing Stoker Rated Temperature (%) determined Guaranteed/predicted psig X Estimated steam Annual Load pactor wet by calculations "'F Feedwater _ Temp206.!. or cu.__ % Ash %5__ _ or cu. BTU/ ~ MW Dated 4-5-90 --------No..=. Boiler BTU per load of: lbs/hr r Flue Gas volume Capacity derated been rated because Eff.. 4-1-2 Monitors: Index: Generator 02 X Gas Temp. opacity X CO2 yes Capacity ELWOOD HILL x 331 . NO. (ACFM)..) Change input @ or cu. NONE 1000 erected 38... 4 KEELER --.. Testing 125 Regulatory ("'F) & Eff. __ 3__ Flue s02 Diluent: ft.1 hour 35690 Fuel --------.../fld. (218) Submi t ted by Phone 5:26 281-6510 . gal.%S % Ash HP) rating): burning 'F ----- Design Design HH~0 lbs.7.::_---- ACFM NO ---- "' F Limitations Max. {ated capacity original Original so i Le (boiler 25 mfg's million @ max... ::i ty Di v. 85. ft.BOILER Data sheet DAQ File * _ sou r ce Name.:~---.. Common ~ NOx 02 w/Slr.. Economizer Stack NO. ft..!::. Exit Flow CO2 _ Type __ ~D=ET~R~O~I~T~ Fuel plow preheater X (slag-Tap) Bottom --_ Dry (Ash) X Bottom ~------pounds/hr. gal..2 Compliance million spec.1.7 heat ACFM bIrs.:5::. --"~~_% S__. capac~ty (or 364.. BTu/hr Sheets ----------input from. Ply Ash Reinject. ft. --~~~~-----------------------[nstallation Year stearn CROOKSTON U OF MINNESOTA-CROOKSTON ------~~~~~~~~~~~--------------------state 1984 Type: X Hot water ?uel(s) COAL BTU/lb. Temp 329. Cap.. lerated Boiler Steam (lg.22 % @ ------- r. Dia.6 -----------------------------so Lt e r NO. gal.Z i P_. or PI t .

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17621 03 Project Contract 13 Tm # 01780 Section 1RO Drawing SCI·01780-{}1 Ppr Drawing Number 05/0212007 04l27f2007 Report. BRIAN R 05/0212007 . Owner Design Department 3 E By Date 05/02/200713:55:12 1:1)' ENGINEER/ARCHITECT does not relieve CONTRACTOR to !he contract.SHOP DRAWING Date Received sc No. Test and Balance Report Date Distributed TlUe Boiler #5 StartuplTraining To Contractor Copies E Stanley Consultants Action REVIEWED BIMBERG. Action 01 any kind on drawings from responsll:lility for errors. or conformance Review History BIMBERG. BRIAN Resident Engineer INC. correctness of details.


INDEX 1. Boiler Startup/Training Adelsman/PBBS. 3. Manufacturer's Log from Data Report for Boiler #5. 2. Adjust and Balance Report from McFarlane. . Certified Test.

.---.=' tAl{· TO CITY -------------i---- Time and Travel Data . FROM CITY MILES TRAVEL TIME JoeiTJME :r PLEASE ATTACH APPROPRIATE SUPPLEMENTAL FORMS jS( o Firetlibe General Form C1O-1275A Oil Fuel Form CB30-2581 Gas Fuel Form CB30~2582 Commercial Watertube Form C10-2344A This unit received c trained. *4({) i !! I et1)((¢-]~D -1~ ':ll.:!!v:.l-!::::Z.'-U-vt(-C ___J_'-~.5:_:CJV::..I(...:.J'-----~-j.r-'_d_-=...4~\---I'~~~J.l<:~...L.p~ Serial No.::::'lCi~::...'-tO-....L..~~ ~:::::Yt:::::::~~' Company Represented Spare Parts discussed with Water Treatments discussed Company Aepresentedl DATE Operatlng Instructions Given To D"'N"'" 4 J. Zip Name & Title of Person in Charge Company Represented -+-~~c. _ DoW'\J ~ ___JM~t- J+I' ! _ AW~~SqV with _ . ~£.Cleave_rookS· Start .~~.:::".=._JL--=--..-:.4.-~-..-~ o o o o o o o O. State..-UI'~OO." O-.-+~I.-L£:.... Trim Form CB32-6624 'Industrial Watertube Form C1 0-341 A Deaerator Fonn C 10" 1268A Surge Tank/Feed System Form CB-7688 Water Conditioner Form C10·1268A Print Name Started By c-s Representative c..:..I o~ A COpy OF THIS FORM MUST ACCOMPANY EACH START-UP Job Name Address City...(/'~ _.- ~ 00 ------_+--- -'w..> Electric Boiler Form CB·7687 Service Manager REV 10/00 CB1O-265A ~age 1 of 1 ... and the warning labels ~ .(=~0~~~!-=~~ --C -+{ /\-'-' -ti...f::. OL .o-.up Information Sheet Dale Model No.

to what pressure? (NOTE: BOIL-QUT IS THE OWNER'S RESPONSIBILITY) Was water column. 0 No 0 No i i and explai~ed? ~es ·0 No 0 Other (explain)· I Have the rear expansion bolts been loOsened?~es Where is the boiler located? 0 No 0 Basement 0 Roof )2JJ" Floor REV 10100 C1Q-1275A·1 Page 1 of4 . A GAS ANDIOR OIL FUELS START-UP FORM MUS T ACCOMPANY THIS REPOFflT.r<2"-. USED FOR ALL FIRETUBE BOILERS.e (<l I 0 <> () Rated I is fueled Pressure Output ~ leo Working 0 Pressure by (check aJl that apply): ~as 0 OU 0 Other 0 60 0 Other O'Yes j'if ~ O. No No on-off firing? 'I. THIS FORM IS TO BE USED FOR CB.lves If equipped.£ I I I : If a Low Nox boiler.::r.1"". This unit tCtb~. A GASANOf(rR OIL FUELS START-UP FORM MUST ACCOMPANY THIS REPORT. were rotary damper.. ga~ge glass and boiler blow-down procedure Was setting and adjusting. PLEASE PRINi This unit is a ~BLE This unit Is a ~team 0 CB 0 CBE 0 or 0 Hot Water boiler.Cleave-Warooks. was this discussed with the person signing this report? Was the boiler hydro tested in the lIeld~es .G demonst(ated?~e~ I 0 No If so. and re-sealing the front and rear doors explained?'~Yes Was care of refractory and wash coating .E::Yes Waspitot cleaning and adjusting exprained?~es Was the scanner function.'explained? ~esD 0 No No . and cam adjustments explained? ~YesO Was operation of the boiler in manual vs. Was Ignition system expJeiinedto the operator? ~Yes Was proper electrod$ setting demonstrated and explained? ~es .:z. water level controls. I I I ! . 'CBW.t.oe>Cl> t (explain) fA. what PPM? Was the Unit BOiled Out? ~es 0 20 ~O 0 No If No.1~esign Rated InputcM i. 0 No i . ~ Firetube Boiler Start-Up Report Date Serial No. closing. the temperature or pressure conlrolsdemonslr'ated I 0 No 0 Np and explained? ~es Has the operator been instructed on troUbleshootir1g. CBE ANDCBL BOILERS. automatic modes explained? )iil:_Yes 0 ! IONO I· Was operator cautioned against operating u~it In manual mode only to avoid unwanted Was operation of flame safeguard control demonstrated '1. linkages. I THIS FORM IS TO BE.~es 0 No 0 No 0 No 0 No i Was the opening.explained?~es Was burner removal and lts operation explained? . I [jCBL DCEW CIW OCBW I How many other bolters in the same system? Model No.

M". how long? Are electric~up'ply. provide System employed? 0 Yes ~o o (flow switch. 11) Safety Relief Valve set point 12) Safety Relief Valve capacities l~"«k 0 Nol ('ie _~~}}r(Btulhr) Serial No. and specs. fuses.. (if C8l Serial No.L. explain 0 Yes ~o and who operated the unit? wires. if I -+-__ . 2) 3) 4) 5) Construction 0 Damp 0 Dusty . I (?.- THE SAFETY RELIEF VAL VES MUST DISCHARGE TO A SAFE POINT! 14) Istheboilerlevel?$Ves 15) Load on boUer. alarms.Ught 0 River OOther o SuddenjPeaks ! [ If Other..:".boiler room? Ft- 0 Roof Only 0 Other Was the boiler used for heat during construction (before start-up)? If yes. .B:_clean ~ 0 Outdoor ~~ What Is the approximate altitude of.tyes .10-127SA-2 Page 2 of 4 . If . Boiler Feed Tank Mfr.Softene.J(_City 0 Well 0 Lake -0Extremely. _.Z~ ~ __ ~~ . ONo Heavy 0 Extremely 0 Heavy. @ 1-(".:iI. I . Sizets) ~ ( ~ I I GO' . (if CB) -----------------is used~ontinuous 18) What type of chemical treatment 0 Intermittent .1 ~ ~ :4..- 'rStf 4-~ 1 BOILER ROOM INSTALLATION & CONDITIONS 1) What is the general condition of the Boller Room at Start Up? $Ne.Ie. Other(s) ~. CLEAVER BROOKS RECOMMENDS 19) FOr Hot Water Units: a) b) Temperature: Inlet A MINIMUM FLOW OF 1 GPMlBOILER Outlet HORSEF('OWER I What is the type of system? o Accumulator c) 0 Three-way Valve o Prtrnary-Secondary ----- OF 0 ReverSe Retum I I i Tank Is there a blend pump? 0 Other (explain) 0 Yes 0 No If yes.~yes If No.~ e Serial No. circuit breakers or disconnects supplied and sized per the bolter drarings 0 No I 6) Are all extemallimits and controls connected? 7) 8) Has any wiring been modified or changed? Is there an Energy Management Yes ~o If Yes. explain 0 No e!-: 1. how Is it controlled? REV 10100 C. I i i i If yes.0'0 13) Are the safety relief valves piped to a point of safe discharge?_JS. Explain.l8::Moderate 0 Ught 16) What is the source of make-up water? . (if CBl Serial No.Ktes 10) Safety Relief Valve Mfr. Deaerator Mfr.: 17) Boiler water treatment equipment. outdoor reset) ~es q I No I a marked-up wiring diagra~. how does it lie into IheboUei? 9) Is the safety relief valve piping properly supported to prevent the valve from distorting? JS. (fill in alr'which apply) W."~:"""'If no.

.....:.eIVes TO A SAFE POINT! j 0 No - I I _ I . ~ _--. explain 23) Are the bottom blowdown lines and drain IJnespiped to a point of safe discharge~YesD I THE BLOWOOWN PIPING MUST DISCHARGE 24) Is the boiler equipped with surface blowdown?.... 7 S'IZe .l. 'If yes..Vas 0 No 0 No 0 No es 2) 3) Was the front door opened before (jring?~Ves Was the rear door opened before frring~ves 4) 5) 6) Were the furnace and rear door refractories inspected? ~ 0 No 0 No If equipped Witha rotary damper. main ways.s.. b .".":.] a) b) c) d) High Limit set and trips at Operating control cuts In at Modulating control set at .\y-.E:Yes If no.__ OUtdoorreset{if appli~ble) sst to CB'Hawk Control: a) Set Point Page 3'of 4 REV 10100 Cm·1275A-3 .{/{ I I I 0 Outside Air Damper ~an 0 Open Ventilation No i If Other. -.<4"'C-4..~ 41 -e.. V ONo 0 Yes ~No Model ~~ If yes.___.~jL. 4~-('_...21/ _~ It Model 0 No <.f . explain what controls the blowdown rate J(\-1. explain 22) What controls the combustion air supply? ...:2StYes Umit Controls Test: (Press.."::>.... y0 t._-:-~-_+. and flanges been inspected and checked for tightness? )Sl:.~~' .~b"..(4-04&£-/.l.~[~ _ _. I If continuous.A• .__ gpm Does this unit have provisions to insure a minimum flow through the boiler? Explain: f) 0 Yes 0 No I i What is the system operating pressure --'----- Psi and temperature? 20) For Steam-Units: a) b) Temperature: Feedwater . what is the type of system? c) 0 Gravity or :t8::?umped 0 Other (explain) ! The feed water supply is ~ontinuous 0 Intermittent. Ho~ee ( 1~ 0 Serial # PROCEDURES 1) Have all handholecover.._{t--t-'(e~tp::_ 25) Is there a stack thennomeler?~es 26) Is this unit tied Into a lead lag system? ""'t*''--<). til! 21) Is there an adequate supply of combustion air1_.-I. was its alignment checked? .rc:. please provide the following boiler make-up valve information: Mfr.p 0 No Are there system returns? )8:::yes Jt yes. .._~t:"(HLI-oII~eb-+i -. /'.~ +-.k~ l.4--(+L. how many boilers are on the lead lag system? 27) Flame safeguard Mfr.. or Ternp.'t)L-! I()&444:' d) ej What size is the system pump? __ "'-. ~G _ cuts out at Differential at _-'--'_~!L.a !2.

L._"""'=-.7-1dP·1-1/t... ' ~..-.' 12) Actual height of water above tops of tubes at lowest visible point in gauge glass 13) For steam boilers.' (customer signature) ---~ .. .a 6\ 1 Type .."_" __ -+- _ lowest visible point In the sight glass 10: -$.L.__~- MOdel!he.9 Control circuit voltage Control circuit fuse size Oil pump rated volta~e Oil pump actual voltage Oil pump mfr.Pf8 Aq1stal.~..<:::=:::=__--..1(07..z...a::Ves If yes. I .>::: Inches ---~-~~----air proving switch? -----""'J=-'--.. _ ~_Q .~ Blower motor rated amps Blower motor actual amps Blower molar horsepower Blower motor ovenoad Control circuit amps _'='__.6_' 11:...7.r-r.. C> t e\.. 'Le=~...set to -~~z..>ob I. Blower molor mfr...:l~. anq all questions were~$Wered I i J REV 10100 C1Q-1275A-4 Page 4 of4 ! I! .arnps Oil pump model Oil pump overload size -----------~----~~------------~------------~---- This report was reviewed with ---' __ ~_~::::::"'££.7 1~ ".pI:.--q a5r..:. - -31J.~ . what Is the dimension Normal water level Boiler feed pump energize Boiler feed pump de-energizes Low water cut-off Auxiliary low water cut-oft __ ." S It ~e .0:>001<-_'_\ -.OL!'OSLi4>4 b) c) d) 7) Boiler on set point Rate Linerazatlon Max Are Minimum Are ------- off set point i Was the throat and liner tile inspected? 0 Ves [j No I I I >< !?t i THE OPERA TING PRESSUREITEMPERATURE SHOULD NOT BE HIGHER THAN 8p% OF THEESAFETY RELIEF VALVE SETTING! _ 8) Does this unit have a low fire hOld?_.:. Oil pump fuse size COMMENTS _---'' L( 4 Q.-~ 'e Inches 'Inch~ Inches Inches 14) What is·thEi setting of the combustion 15) Are there .lE. hp slze 11l. the control is a 0 No Timer Model ! 9) 10) Low water cut-off Mfr. t!'l"b_ 11) Auxiliary low water cut-off Mfr ~lctN=\c= k fronithe l pel :1Inl1i-. 0 barometric dampers or 0 outlet dampers in the flue? 16) Electrical ch_aracteristics: (at High Fire) Blower motor rated VOltage Blower motor actual voltage.....:.L( G If' _________ " (. Blower motor fuse sl2.: '2 If .H---~~IC.:(...(~ -6r e"V( :w . \\.J.~6 I I ! i I ! ------------ Oil rated amps Oil pump actuat.l:-.L..

----------------~------------~--~----~--------~--r_--No 0 and outlet pressure _ _ or simultaneously with the bumer_.9z ~l{'l' .:::::..-Name of the Gas Company j::t.---_.Full Modulation __ _.e High-Low _'__ 4l. 4: <' ut l . 0 1. 5) Gas Regulator Mfr.:2582-1 .~~r==p~ -. _ 10) What Is th~ booster lnlet pressure ----------------------~------------------------------~--capacity size _-Page 1 of 3 11) Does the booster runcontinuously_' REV 10100 CB3Q.<t¥pe .C H .-"'" b) The size of the Cleaver Brooks supplied gas train is c) Has a gas line filter been provided? Yes..z _ On-Off Other No i' \ No If a Low Nox (LE) Boiler What PPM 20 __ 30 __K_ 60 __ Was. <J c? ... explain.tb4.. --~~----_--------r---f'S': No d)-Has a gas line drip leg been installed upstream of the .eUl.j j I Serial No. size -_Y-L. 0 tf " . I~L ! capaCity¢~. 9) Gas Booster Mfr.adjustment of the gas cam. A I ==+..~L~ . 8) Does each boiler have its own regulator? Ye~ If Yes.:l.".__ 5". _1 r__ --+... for value linkage. explain.4. explain. QL==\ I f If \ 0 -.. BOILER HOOMINSTALLATION 1) Gas piping: I ...Cleave~rooks' Gas Fuels Date Start-up Report A .f -+--- THIS FORM MUST BE USED WITH FORMS C10-1275A OR C10-2344A.SiZ~i. r~(A e: 4u. . and pilotdernonstrated and explained? ~es~ Was the diffuser plate properly positioned and was the reason for .capac. and ouUetpressure 9 (n/. ! THE GAS LINES MUST BE CLEANED/PURGED PRIOR TO INITAIAL START·Ur FOR RELIABLE OPERATION! \ 2) Gas Meter Mfr.-.. THIS FORM MA Y ONL Y BE USED FOR ONE BOILER! PLEASE PRINT Type of Gas: __ Natural ~ LP __ Manufactured i I Btu value ortha gas This unit is -A."..ty ~.regulator? Ye~ 0 i I CLEAVER-BROOKS RECOMMENDS A GAS LINE DRIP LEG No e) Has the gaf line been cleaned.H No a) The length of pipe from regulator to gas train is 2. butterfly valve. 6) What is the regular lnlat pressure' I ~ 0 . 3) What is the inlet gas pressure to th~~ter? (~! 0 4) Does the gas meter feed gas to any other equipment? Yes 'ONoE If Yes...thisposition explained? Yes$ Was the diffuser skirt flared? Ye~ No 0: I 0 0 & CONDITIONS and the size Is If I ! .l.1ft l::b No 7) Does the regulator maintain a constant downstream pressure? Ye~ If Yes.ii. 1\ 14. or purged prior to starting? Yes]3:: 0 No f) Has the Cleaver Brooks supplied gastrain been checked for Internalcleanllness? Ye~ 0I ..o:. Q¢=fH 1p(.

C.o \ . :'1.0 USE THIS TABLE FOR UNITS EQUIPPED WITH CLEAVER-BROOKS Low Fire Cam Position % CO..C. ... -. . ~-:. 'i) 'I -..<LI~.~ () % 0.~ l\. Gas Pressure into Bumer Gas Pressure into Bumer FW Temperatura R EV 10100CB30-2582. 44' a: le.a_ I~t I~\ Q.?. -"0 {O.. pressure while the pUot is operating? 4) What is the lock-up pressure on shutdown of unit while unit is at low fire? 5) What is the pilolline 6) What is the pUot flame signal? . .() .( Ic::.~<0 .4 "l 'r ~- .7 -uJ.C.. ! : i _-_ Flame-Signal -..( _ "W.o I I ! ! .C. downstream of the regulator._.gct?t G "W.1 ~I( i I (J 1&.( ) I( .~'I._ I ."21"'" It : l'1.1. - I . Ambient Temperature -.& 1...~ .flit\" I Steam Pressure water AM Stack Draft FWTemp Gas Pressure into bumer At Elbow Water TempJSteam Pressure J:J.1 l\..z..I ! I 0 0 0 0 0 O· .... L. at low fire2t1l:b fire "W.Q « 10 .4 IH.4 I~.o ~ ". ~h . (]\" erl-/ I-ro.&f 11-.~. . PROCEDURES -"--'-_ Was the gas train tested for leaks? YesJii No 0 Yes 1) Do all electricaJly operated valves close tight on shutdown? 2) If Installed.u'"l0blf '1J44 I~ L"tg. CO PPM NOX PPM Flame Signal Stack Temp.. 1 USE THIS TABLE FOR HIGH·LOW BURNERS Firing Rate % CO..- ~. CO PPM NOX PPM Ambient Temperature Slack Temperature Stack Draft Water TempJSteam Pressure AIr Inlet Shutter (Inches Open) .c. % 0.0 -t I ~ "i.1~ f)_~ 11 !'!t.-f. 1~1""to -1..c.. what is the pressure setting of the High Gas Switch E}.-:.. \(.(~() ~ \. .. Jii No 0 Low Gas Switch 3) What is the gas pressure at the gas train Inlet.Jo I'K~'~~' ~'1 ~"1-. ard at high A I : 'W.4f' 1~.~. " U~lo u.e.o~I J0 5Y 4>..(). flO!.6 B «Q Lfg It "W.(.~q l. 1 CAMS Hlgh Fire J 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 i1 ! 12 14 I 14 t ILfL:.. I lOW MED HIGH i i i ! i ! ..S .Ple~ !1-. : ! I It:.1. 2 I I i r I ! Page 2 of 3 I I . ~. ! "W.

measured by rev of meter dial = Volume z = Meter correction factor (pressure on meter + 14.fFH To detennlne gas consumption . "'".- <.~_ ustomerslqnature) I I I and all questions were a~swered.:i:~~0-~:::bQ..7) Combustion Test ResUlts: What· type of combustion 8) Gas consumption test equfpmentwas used? _ _J~::. I I I II REV 10/00 CB30-2582·39 Page 3 01.3' I I II I I- I ..7 Ii _. () ~ ~-.. _ [ I. (3600/x) x y x z = CFH per hour =: Tlrne fo·r complete revolution of gas meter dial of gas._-----~--at high fire at low fire ~'S.G CF-H and ft fM</.7/14.x y use the following method: .=2.7) COMMENTS -------------------------------------------+---- This-report was reviewed with JJ...-. ~{lT(e..

09 1... Grade.n:. 'lubes leo Shell MAWP psi (a) F .____c. (10)) (length.::2:.:. No....... gr.. =---._N_. ..) Boiler No.. 1) 2..Gn~~-.::0. and add."...~S-pe-c~. 6.. ) -=-._:1'---7_" _ [OOOfWxH) Corru ated (Plain.T::_R__.-:::S-~'I.Empsoidal. Manufactured by 2..25" 12-1.:..-:-:-:-::::... _.-:. '"o. below lubes (d) R.--...PFT .SOO" Seams: Type -------------------~(Sea~~~e-~-..005.r Tubes: No.. -----1O.""""'j. Ma nufactured for 3.... 01<>.._.::.---.H_ above lubes (b) R H above lubes (c) F.) . Adamson.. Gnade.3:I 1I1 Dis!..-.. Location of Installation 4.e Size MAWP psi.:-/A (Brief 14.-cal. ) 14S07 Year Built 2006 5...-:-N:--o.. Insid~) 7.Leogth (If varices.:c_----:-:.Rodi".281 FORM P-2 MANUFACTURERS' DATA REPORT FOR ALL Tl'PES OF BOILERS EXCEPT WATERTUBE AND ELECTRIC As Required by the Provisions of the ASME Code Rules..500" (diameter 96" {lOll 216" (1E<n¢t.·~. Ring Relnfo<ted.-·n-. MAW?) .....__.) (Matt Spee.h) No. Shells or drums: ~.__.:. L 2. (""amless.... H.".. other Parts..:.]d<>d)] Welded ~~_~ (Marl.~~ (Non Board I"'._o. "". 11.09 24" 24" 1S0 150 /(i') Dome braces I N_/~A 1. .--..) SA51670 (man.H.::_:. and worbnanship conform 10 Seclion I of the ASME Boiler and Pressure Vessel Code 2004 Addenda to 200S andCode Cases [Year) I (Dale) (Numbers) Manufaclurer's Partial Dala Reports properly identified and signed by Commissioned Inspeclors are attached for the following ilems of this report P-6 & P-7 attached .aJl 13.. The chemical and physical properties of all parts meet the requlremenls of material specifications of the ASME BOILER AND PRESSURE VESSEL CODE. STRAIGHT (Strnghl or 8 . Grade. Size Telltale Net Area) _=="".. OL105466" ..E__::E __ T_...S.J:Knum Pilch Fog. The design._TH-O_M_A_S_V_IL_l_E.'IaI01ldV"'. Thickness) ~~ZM~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~-------------Specificati:>n Thicl:n s . Diameter 3_0_4 _ . each section Tolal -=2.l -(CRN) 270-02096 (Drawln~ No.) SCOTCH (HRT. 0". spec.n.. inside) (di.:. _Ided)) (elfciorocy (as compared 10 ""a...---_ {Ii"'..=-=-::-- 3.. Type: C_L_EA_V_E_R_B_R_O_O_K~S-2-21_:_LA=W __S_. o (Malerial 9.BoiJe. .-(Mi.:::._' G_A_3_1_7_92 CROOKSTON... Joints: __ 8. Tubeshee\ _ _. SAS16G70 ..Plat.:cA"'5c-:1:i-'6~G.-.-:.:::-::--:::-N-..:.___..-"i5~2=5::::· =:.. Piping. Material Thickness. Sp-ec.__ ~oog[searreess..mlesslJ 100% (gIn.] Tube Holes SA 178-A Spec.7-:::0____.:.. Section [ 1. below lubes (e) Through stays SA675G70 SA67SG70 DIAG DIAG 12-1. construction.Heads -=""W¥"e"'td'1-'e""d.. Etc.mefte.~..hed. Of stayed} ------~~~a~I1.. Type N~_ In.:.-.__ (no. Speo.-.::S'--.~~---------------------[Diameter Man Welded SlayboHs: No .2S" 10" 10" 1.. 3.~W9~~~..~Th~idm-~~~)~------12. ComI>Ined. Stays or Braces L~n Mate:rial Spec... (hoo) -=2::. 1. Size.... Pilch _.. Boler..-(Diameler) _ (M.d Size ib. Furnace No __ Type u 00 Length..S" 1'------_ Size 47 218" _ Gauge --'-'-"'~(. MN _ (Name and address of Manufac:tu'8'l UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA STOCK (N..._-----. ~~N_I_A _ ___ ___ Description· le..6:. give max ! rnin. Conugale<l.

".. (Auihorize<llrlSl'ectorl rr/ge.... en""'-""..."=_.-a-r.... lA" C. Date /1.) CERTIFICATE OF FIELD ASSEMBLY COMPUANCE We certify that the field assembly construction of aD parts Qf this boner conforms with the !ll!quirements of Section I of the ASME BOILER AND AND PRESSURE VESSEL CODE. =.I... ~ Date t~sa the (S) S -J..... Fusible Plug (If used) 17. 18...."L. Signed. have been inspected by me and that to the best of my knowledge and beDel the manufacturer and/or assembler has constructed and assembled this boiler in aecorcance with the applicable sections of the ASME BOILER AND PRESSURE VESSEL COD E... ~S'. MAWP --------------- 6 N_/_A X 4. and Type) .:1."....... Shop Hydrostatic Test 2_2_5 psig 20...*7L:fi£=~-3.08 ___:.C~L==E:!..17 -2D _ _______________________ _______ have inspected parts of this boiler referred to as data items and have examined Ma. expressed or implied..: location 2-2. ... Mfr'~ Slamp) 4 Type SADDLES (Saddles. Diameter.13. material.. -r..V_=E::.-3_n_N-:p:-::T:--~----_ (No ..30 ~0 <0 Signed Commissions d..t1... Re~re""nl.:_G=-E::.7..----..__ -----------(No.:-B=-"_:3:_:O.S" NPT R & L SIDE Localion) (No. the Board of Bouer and Pressure Vessel Inspectors and/or the state or province GEORGIA ----. . Board Onc!.. and Location) (d) Feed Lo~tion_...=-.Rema~_-- CERTIFICA TE OF SHOP COMPLIANCE We certify that the statements made in this data report are correct and that all details of design.=:_..:0#.*=~. the undersigned.nls).. lugs) A!facit menl WE-=-..... Date 0-J5"-oG Sigrred ~. construction. not included in the certificate of shop inspedkin. By signing this certificate neither the inspector nor his employer makes any warranty..-D-. 16.JO-oC...A:..tir=. 5 -.:.:F. lbfllr _ 19... holding a valid commission issued by the Na~on.__ (No ..: Representative) L-.. neither the inspector nor his employer shall be liable in any manner for any personal injury or property damage or a loss of any kind arisng from or co d with s inspection. Openings: (a) steam (C) Blowoff (e) Manholes: No.jN.. {b) Safety Valve (No. SIZe.Hc.Jk Commissions N f)QVI2 [Nat'l Board rmd..====-=--==-----(A~ized -.. neither the inspector nor his employer shall be liable in any manner for any personal injury or property damage or a loss of any kind arising from Of connected with this Irri~ction. Pfo.'" Signed _~_. .. concerning the boner descnbed in this rPd!IC· described in this Manufacturer's Data Report Furthermore.-B--...and _ SI'ze Size 12" X 16" 3.. the manufacturer has constructed this boiler in accordance with Section I of the ASME BOILER AND PRESSURE VESSEL CODE..:P __ C_L S:::..:C:.-::3-:-....E=LL=-- __ _ (0 Handholes: No....~=~~~L....:..-E_D~_:_:___:_:_---------(Bolted Dr Welded) 150 psi Based On --_(:-::C:-<>d-.: .. and employed by GA I.• Slze..ems . .L... Dale ~ ~~: ~ ( oriled th _ 0 S symbol expires Name //-.J).-:::.::..iJ.--________ HSBCT 6.nufacturer's Partial Data reports for items and state NONE that.Lr_~ have compared statements in this Manufacturers __________ Data Report with the described boner and state that the parts referred to as data it.... Boller Supports: No..U:.. and No..liv<» &)((1..P.4. to the best of my knowledge and benef... Maximum Designed Steaming Capacitr 2_5_8_7_S __ 21. 9 0 (Assemble<) /IJ~"Z:'t~I:vc~~ _ CERTIFICATE I..9-11 ....:...a~..-an-dJ-:-:-o-r-::F:-"rm-"~ta)::---- PG46 Healing Surface (Total) 3500 sq It.. and workmanship of this boiler conform to Sedion I of the ASME BOILER AND PRESSURE VESSEL CODE. Type.3·27 .:t...".:...N...FORM P-2 (Baek) 15.!'d:. LeOs.5" ~____..."=. S symbol exptres Name 11-21. expressed Of Implied.25" T_O.and Type) 2_-2_"_N_P_T_B_O_TT_O_M..:.~:fL-....._L _ _:.At'OI13 Stole.-_!C::..__---..• Size. Our cert~1icate of Authorization no.. ~ OurCertilic:ate of Authorization no.. Location. Type. The described boiler was inspected and subjected to a hydrostatic lest of psL By signing this certificate neither the inspector nor his employer makes any warranty. Size.=-=-=c::_ro.. conceming the boiler described in this Manufacturer's Data Report Furthermore..15.. hofd"~lid of OF FIELD ASSEMBLY INSPECTION &nllcr~ commission issued by the National Board of Boiler and Pressure Vessel inspectors and/or the state or province and employed by -+h/....:LA=-=...R~B~R'-70=O-'-'K-=S----(ManllfactureQ Boller constructed by of CLEAVER CERTIFICA TE OF SHOP INSPECTION BROOKS at THOMASVILLE../:..&...

500" 25" 1.FORM p. ) (Nan Boord fon".Al. Purchaser 3.-) SCOTCH O_L_1_0_5_4_66 _ [Mi'.. . Prnvince. 14 WATER COLUMN PIPING ALWCO CONTROL PIPING STEAM GAUGE PIPING SURFACE BLOWOFF SAMPLE COOLER SA1068 SA106S SA1068 SA106B SA106B SA106B SCHBO SCH BO SCHBD SCH 80 SCH BO SCH8D 1.25"-. endonremenlsl.. UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA CROOKSTON.) (eRN) 270·02096 (~No.25"-1"-.'" No.6 MANUFACTURERS' DATA REPORT SUPPLEMENTARY of the ASME Code Rules SHEET As Required by the Provisions .._L--P !&-eLk (Authortzed loSpedor) Signed {L~~ By Commissions _~C~LE=A~V~E=R~BR~O~O~K~S __ IV 6gel/2..25" .75" .) 2006 (Year Built) Data Items by Line No.S"-. MN (Name . d Add~. Manufacturer (or Engineering-Contractor) CLEAVER BROOKS 221 LAW STREET THOMASVILLE.) 2.75"·25" 150PSI 150PSI 150PSI 150PSI 150PSI 150PSI .. ALL VALVES AND PIPING WITHIN THE SCOPE OF BOILER EXTERNAL PIPING ARE HYDRO TESTED IN ACCORDANCE WITH ASME \ 0 .Add"".25"·1"·.25" .75" 1. 'A" GA OoJ/J SIal.1 14507 (Nan Soard No.1 "-.. Boiler No.\\ -e Cp Dale iO-iJ-D&. and No. 1.75"-. GA 31792 (Nam" and .25"-. Type of Boiler 4. ... . E2 ().

"""'.JL Symbol el::pires 11-21-08 . (0) Flanged. Section I P-7 lO No MN 2. Name Design or Type No.FORM P·7 MANUFACTURERS' DATA REPORT FOR SAFETY VALVES As Required by the Provisions 1. Boiler manufactured for 3. OF COMPLIANCE to be correct and that all details conform to Section I of the ASME Data Report for Safety Values Our Certificate of Authorization No. (2) SA-21 7. Localioo Qty. No. (C) Threaded. (6) SCX. _ BOILER supemUl&I. (N""'" and Addili$$ a Pij.!(elWeld. 10221 to use the (S) or (M) ." Pressure (i>"I~) Capacily (I>/lv) 940-2109 1940-2108 TOpel Topel 1 1. Un iI idenlification COMPLETE (C<>mplele boij"r.) ID Nos. (5) OIoor -Connector type: (A) Groove Weld. Bd.a. F 22. Dale \ D ~\\-o~ Signed a~Q~-x-~~~ (Authorlzed Represenialr. wal<o"""lI. Location of installation 4.=J 0 l 054 1 66 {GRN) (Mfto Sari'll No) 270-02096 (Draw. Malerial' CDon.e ) t~ame ClEA VER BROOKS (Man ufad urer) . Boiler manufactured by CLEAVER BROOKS of the ASME Code Rules. • Malenal: (1) SA-216. Unit Relieving Capacity Clrcllit Minimum (Ib/hr) Required Fumist>ed (Ib I hr) Soiler 25875 28212 Economizer Superheater Reheater Inlet Reh ealer 0 uti at I I Other CERTIFICATE We certify the statements In thts Manufaclurers' BOILER AND PRESSURE VESSEL No.5" 2" KUNKLE KUNKLE 6010 6010 BRONZEIC BRONZEIC 150 150 6596 21616 2 .ase~ SAME AS ABOVE (Nama and Addno". eto. WCB. WC9 (4) SA-182. (Na"". and M1j. Sil:e Manufacturer I Tag No.6. ecor><>m\zer. 221 LAW ST THOMASVILL.) Set S Identification of SlItety Valves SeNic. GA a Manufacturer) UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA CROOKSTON.) 14507 (Nat'l. (3) SA-217. _ o.

of material specifications 01 the ASME BOILER AND PRESSURE VESSEL 2004 (V"'I 6..=-O-. Shop Hydrostatic Test NA psi. S" RFWN 300# SA.. whic... boiler feed. Wrigley Mechanical. of pute1la_l .:----.W. 5" SA.__~ _. of holding a valid commission issued by the National Board of Boiler and Pressure Vessel Inspectors and/or the State or Province ----_-------- and employed by the piping described in this Manufacturer's Data Reprot and state that to the best of my knowledge have inspected and belief.. 22 Law Drive.__ piping . psi __ -=-_36_6---o---: __ (T.-=--. Location of Instaliation 4..-. . to use the S or PP Symbol Date . The chemica.:.) 7. Section 1 Order No.. Design Conditions of Piping Code Design by 150 {Pros...2300 m ._M_n_.1 and physical properties of all piping meet the requirements 'CODE. (Na of Co. ... Manufactured for Univeniity of Minnesota Crookston (Na on<! A_ . DATA REPORT FOR FABRICATED PIPING As Required by the Provisions of the ASME Code Rules. Manufactured by Wri9Iey_M~(Na:-:-ec_:'_':_:_~. construction. DesCription of Piping: (include materials Identiflcatons by ASME specification Start at boiler outlet with 8" RFWN 300# SA.OKFllH'lcator') and wol1<manship of the described Expires piping by CERTIFICATE OF SHOP INSPECTION I. ASME.~ Signed ("anufIChl..:_N-D-. N..lnc..531106·B smls sch 40 pipe. p~. .......mpenolunll F.. Bo)( 2300. nor his Dmployer shall be liable in any manner for any personal property damage or a loss of any kind arising from or connected with this inspection. this piping in accordance with the applicable Sections of the ASME Boiler and Pressure Vessel Code....stat . 9... the manufacturer has constructed By signing this certificate... the undersigned. Boller Registration NO_. Identification U_n_iY_e_rs_ity"----O_f_M_I_n_ne&_o_ta __C_ro_o_k_s_to_n.::. and No.ts.1 (7/99) this form (EOOO72) ay be obtalnDd from thD Order Dept. 8. concerning the piping described injury in or neither the Inspector Furthermore.y_C_0_n_S_u_lta_n--. .. nor his emploYDr make any warranty.. Specified by __ S_ta_n_19.h) Piping Registration NO_. Remarks Pipe spool Is to be hydro tested as part of the "Completed Boiler Unit Hydro"... 8"SA-531106-8 smls sch 40 pipe... 8" x 5" SA·234 WPB eccentric reducer.::. neither the Inspector expressed or Implied.FORM P4A MANUFACTURERS' 4102 15th Ave. The construction Addenda to and wol1<manship conform to Section I of the ASME BOILER AND PRESSURE VESSEL CODe and Code Cases (Do"l 2006 None -----------~(N~~~~l--·---------or other rDcognized Code Designation. Our Certificate of Authorization NO. __--=-cturo(j:-F-B_.__ 5. . 1._.-ln_~_ -:-""' 2. this Manufacturer's Data Report.". 3. Following this assDmbly will be the two required valves as per the Code. blow...) . conform to Section I of the ASME BOiler and Pressure Vessel Code. CERTIFICATE OF SHOP COMPLIANCE We certify the statement in this data report to be correct and that all detail of material.10S flange.... . N_B#_1_45_O_7 _ Boiler Main Steam (Mal" StNm.10S flange.. __ 3538 P-4A 10 No.rg. 8" SA·234 WPB 90 degree elbow.--_.1f or other service _..:" .::-I. Fairfield. Date Commissions (Nan _ (inoI. Order No. NJ 07007.

neither the Inspector nor his employer shalf be liable in any manner for any personal injury or property damage or a loss of any kind arising from or connected with this inspection. Piping Registration ~~~~-"~M--m~.-. No.) Carbon steel globe and check 1:' SA-'OS 3000# forgOO steel IPS fittings with SA-53J106-B seamless sch 80 pi~. Identification 5. Crookston..-..~~ __ Wrigley Mechanical. Inc University University 58102 MN MN Order N<!. Field Hydrostatic 9. Order No. and 1 1/4" bypass around the regulating valva station. of !he ASME BOILER AND PRESSURE VESSEL CODE 2004 __ 6.O~--=O.c_lnc_.) W_ng. the undersigned..I.-~-e-~~7)-------------Stanley Consultants (Name of Co. Location 0( ----------~------------------~-----------------------150 (f'Iessu"e) 366 (Tempe<aILre) Code Design by~ OF.=· _le. NO of the ASME Code Rules.TE We certify that !he field assembly of !he described piping conforms OF FIELD ASSEMBLY COMPUANCE Code. Signed 17.. B. NB#14S07 --------------_ ------------- 3.I-.y_Mech 8_n_ica__. Description of piping: (include lTI3terials ~tificalions Feedwater. By signing this certificate.. 8 the statements :have been Board of Boiler and Pressure HSB CT Data Report with the described piping and state that !he parts referred 10 as Data Items by me and that to !he best of my knowledge and belief !he manufacturer and/O( assembler has assembled this piping In accooianoe with the applicable sections of the ASME Boiler and Pressure Vessel Code. Remarks Test _____________ 22_5 psi. expressed or implied. The described piping was inspected and subjected to a hydrostatic test of 225 psi. Inc.FORM P-4B MANUFACTURER'S DATA REPORT FOR FIELD INST AL. concerning the piping described in this Manufacturel's Data Report. (Name andllddress of ~ ------BoiIef" Registsation No. Our Date Certificate of AuthorizaIioo N<!. Manufadurod by by the Provisions Fargo. Manufadured 2.. Furthe<more. ------~~--~-~--~---------- CER11FICA TE OF FIELD ASSEMBLY I.:. wya pattern globe valve for the second valve. at !he inlet Bottom Blow Downs: valve and a common 1:' SA-' 05 3OO!l* forged sleet IPS 45 degree als and unions. (Name and eddress of ~ for In$lallation of Minnesota Crookston.~~~f~~~. Carbon steel baN valves used for the first SA-531106-B seamless sch BO pipe. Blow Down. of in this Manufacturel's inspected hokfll'lga Minnesota valid commission issued by the National and employed by INSPEC110N Vessellnspeclors and/or !he State of Provinoe have compared 7. The chemical VESSEL Addenda and physical properties of all piping meet the requirements of material specifications CODE. CER11FICA. Design Conditions of Piping Boiler Feed.49 Name _..:. neithEif the Inspector nor his employer makes any warranty.~ J". Section I Wrigley Mechanic8l..LED MECHANICAU Y ASSEMBLED PIPING As Required t. The construdion and wol1<rnanshlp conform to Section I Of the ASME BOILER AND PRESSURE and Code Cases to 2005 ----------------:::(0:-8(:-":-) ------------- N1A other recognized (Numbe<3) 7. Date . Specified by of Minl18$Ol8 4. valves by ASME spedficalion 0( Code designation.~~~-~-~~-~~--~~·~~-_-.


EF-O 1 has a speed controller. EF-06 is a direct drive fan and is operating at 68% of design CFM. BOX 12095 GRAND FORKS. EF-07 is a direct drive fan and is operating at 78% of design CFM. The motor is drawing 1.o. NO 58208-2095 (701) 772-9511 FAX (701)772-7528 PROJECT SUMMARY MUA-O 1 unit was originally intended for natural gas. This speed controller is under the fan housing cover on the roof.4 amps. The inlet gas pressure was reduced to utilize propane.4 amps. The motor is drawing 1. Page 1 .ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING p.1 amps and FLA is 1. The final tests where taken with fan in low speed.3 amps and FLA is 1.

we NOTES: MUA UNIT-01 4-Apr-07 Jeff Erickson This unit was originally intended for natural gas. we 0.97 in. Browning HX 17/16 in. 29118 in.14 in.80 Amps 5.Environntental Engineering Air Handling Unit Report PROJECT. April 04.14 in.2 Amps 1. Environmental Engineering Air Handling Unit Report Paqe .3-SAI4. The inlet gas pressure was reduced to utilize propane.80 Amps MUA UNIT -011 SUI!I!Iy: Fan Number of Belts Belt Size Motor Sheave Model Motor Sheave Bore Fan Sheave Model Fan Sheave Bore Sheave Center Line 1 AX84 Browning 1 118 in. we 0. .23 in. we -1. ND DATE. Paul Danielson SYSTEM/UNIT: MUA UNIT-01 AREA: Boiler Room Tested By: Paul Danielson Dale: March 29.2007 CONTACT.08 in. wc -0.2007 Unit Serial Number MUA UNIT -01 I SF Filter Bank Filter Type Filler Quantity Filter Size GREENHECK DGX" 120-H32-HZ 10566845 Washable 10 20x25x2 Motor Motor Motor Motor Motor Motor Motor Motor Motor Manufacturer Frame HP RPM Rated Volts Phase Hertz FL Amps Service Factor Reliance Electric 182T 3 HP 1745 RPM 20S-2301460 Volts 3 60 Hz 9.29 in. we 0.0 Total CFM Design Total CFM Actual MUA UNIT -01 I SUI!~Iy: Fan Fan RPM Design Fan RPM Actual Motor Volts 1 Motor Volts 2 Motor Volts 3 Motor Amps 1 Motor Amps 2 Motor Amps 3 7500 CFM 7334 CFM 570 RPM 588 RPM 205 Volts 204 Volts 206 Volts 4. Pre-Filter SP Out Heal Coil SP In Heal Coil SP Out Fan SP In Fan SP Out Design Total SP Actual Total SP Suction External SP -0.23 in. UMC Heat plant MUA LOCATION. wc 122 in.20 Amps 4. wc -1.

12 in.Erurircmrnerttal Engineering Fan Unit Report PROJECT: UMC Heat plant MUA LOCATION:. ND DATE: April 04.Volts . This speed controller is under the fan housing cover on the Environmental Engineering Fan Unit Report Pag~ . roof.20 Amps -Amps -Amps -0. we 0. 2007 GREENHECK CUE-161-6-X 06Hl7708 MARATHON Motor Motor Motor Motor Motor Motor Frame HP RPM Rated Volts Phase Hertz 56Z 1/2 HP 1140 RPM 115 Vails 1 60 Hz 5.75 in. This unit has a speed conlroller.00 Fan RPM Actual Motor Volts 1 Motor Volts 2 Motor Volts 3 Molor Amps 1 Motor Amps 2 Motor Amps 3 SP In Actual Total SP Design Total SP Actual 1500CFM 1616 CFM 498 RPM 117 Volts .40 Amps 1. 2007 CONTACT: Paul Danielson SYSTEM/UNIT: EF·01 AREA: Boiler Room Tested By: Paul Danielson Date: April 02. we 3-Apr-07 4-Apr-07 Paul Danielson Paul Danielson Motor FL Amps Motor Service Factor DIRECT DRIVE NOTES: EF·Ol EF-Ol Final tests where taken with fan in low speed.Volts 5.12 in. we 0.

30 Amps 0. NO DA TE: April 04. 2007 Motor Motor Molar Motor Motor Motor Motor Motor Molor Manufacturer Frame HP RPM Rated Volts Phase Hertz Fl Amps Service Factor 0.00 Total CFM Design Total CFM Actual Fan RPM Design Fan RPM Actual Motor Volts 1 Motor Volts 2 Motor Volts 3 Motor Amps 1 Motor Amps 2 Motor Amps 3 Total SP Design Total SP Actual 1910 CFM 1140 RPM 1172 RPM 481 Volts 480 Volts 476 Volts 1. Fan is at 68% of design CFM.Environntental Engineering Fan Unit Report PROJECT: UMC Heat plant MUA LOCATION:.30 Amps 1.25 in.69 in.75 HP 1140 RPM 460 Volts 3 60 Hz 1.40 Amps 1.3 amps and FLA is 1. we 3-Apr-07 3-Apr-07 3-Apr-07 Paul Danielson Paul Danielson Paul Danielson Motor Sheave Model NOTES: EF-06 EF-06 EF-06 EF-06 is a direct drive fan. 2007 CONTACT: Paul Danielson SYSTEM/UNIT: EF-06 AREA: Coal Unloading Building Tested By: Paul Danielson Date: April 02.40 Amps 1.4 amps Environmental Engineering Fan Unit Report PagE . we -0. Motor is drawing 1.

10 Amps 0.75 HP 1140 RPM 460 Volts 297S923309-00/0000702 2800 CFM 3 50 Hz 1. Environmental Engineering Fan Unit Report Page . NO Paul Danielson SYSTEM/UNIT: EF-07 AREA: Coal Unloading Building Tested By: Paul Danielson Date: April 02. Total CFM Design Total CFM Actual Fan RPM Design Fan RPM Actual Motor Volts 1 Motor Volts 2 Motor Volts 3 Motor Amps 1 Motor Amps 2 Motor Amps 3 Total SP Design Total SP Actual . 484 Volts 482 Volts 477 Volts 1.urer Fan Model Number fan Serial Number Rated CFM COOK 155 ACRU 155R11D BALDOR Motor Motor Motor Motor Motor Motor Motor Motor Frame HP RPM Rated Volts Phase Hertz FL Amps Service Factor 58C 0. 2007 Fan Manufact.Environntental Engineering Fan Unit Report PROJECT: UMC Heat plant MUA DA TE: April 04.40 Amps 1. Motor is drawing 1. 2007 CONTACT: LOCA TfON: .30 Amps 1.4 amps.90 in. wc -0.00 " .1 amps and FLA is 1. we 3-Apr-07 3-Apr-07 3-Apr-07 Paul Danielson Paul Danielson Paul Danielson EF-7 is a direct drive fan DIRECT DRIVE NOTES: EF-07 EF-07 EF-07 Fan is at 78% of design CFM.10 Amps 1.25 in.

14 30 28 5..Environmental Engineering Duct Traverse Summary PROJECT. UMC Heat plant MUA ND DATE: April 04.07 1..Q5 EF.83 NOTES: Environmental Engineering Duel Traverse Summary Page . RECT. 14 14 16 16 0 1.78 1910 2039 1767 1258 2000 1500 7500 2H!2 EF-l-01 MUA-01 0 0 1616 7334.Ql C <>alUnloadi"ll Buik:lir>g Coal Unloading Building Boilar R.oom Boiler Room ROUND RECT. LOCATION:. 2007 Paul TECHNICIAN: Danielson EF.