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LUBE AND SEAL OIL SYSTEMS

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EGE 15-B-9 1993

TABLE OF CONTENTS 1. Scope 2. References 3. General 4. Modifications to API Standard 614 Appendix Quality Assurance Requirements

1. SCOPE This Guide provides the requirements for lubrication, oil-type shaft-sealing, and control oil systems for special-purpose applications such as centrifugal and rotary compressors, gas and steam turbines, gears, gas expanders, special-purpose pumps, generators, and drivers. 2. REFERENCES The following publications form a part of this Guide. The references cited with dates in this Guide were used in its development. For all references which have been superseded, revised, and/or corrected, the user of this Guide is obligated to determine if the latest versions of the cited references have any impact on the content of this Guide or its use. MTC (Guide Sponsor) should be consulted if there are any concerns or questions.
Mobil Engineering Guides EGE 00-B-5 EGE 00-B-21 EGE 00-C-4 EGE 12-B-1 EGE 13-B-15 EGE 15-B-2 EGE 15-B-4 EGE 15-B-7 EGE 15-D-9 EGE 15-S-1 EGE 15-S-2 EGE 15-S-3 EGE 15-S-4 EGE 15-S-5 EGE 15-S-6 EGE 15-S-7 EGE 15-S-8 EGE 15-S-9 EGE 15-S-10 EGE 15-S-11 EGE 15-S-12 EGE 16-B-10 (1989) (1993) (1993) (1993) (1988) (1984) (1992) (1993) (1993) (1993) (1993) (1993) (1993) (1993) (1993) (1993) (1993) (1993) (1993) (1993) (1993) (1988) Equipment Sound Levels Pressure Containing Equipment Welding and Weld Inspection Equipment and Packaged Units General Purchasing Requirements Pressure Vessels Design and Fabrication Air-Cooled Heat Exchangers Design and Construction Positive Displacement Pumps Rotary Centrifugal Compressors for General Plant Services General-Purpose Steam Turbines Oil System Data Sheet (a and b) Lube Oil System for Variable Speed Drives Lube Oil System for Motor Drives Seal Oil System Seal Oil System Section Sketches Lube and Seal Oil Booster System for Motor Drives Lube and Seal Oil Booster System for Variable Speed Drives Combined Lube and Seal Oil System for Motor Drives Combined Lube and Seal Oil System for Variable Speed Drives Dual/Single Transfer Valve Cooler/Filter Arrangement Reservoir Vent Oil Seal/Reservoir Cover Degassing Tank/Overhead Lube Oil Tank Trap Arrangements/Control Oil Systems Piping Instruments

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Piping Selection and Application of Piping Components and Materials Instrumentation Alarms and Protective Devices Electrical Induction Motors Project Quality Assurance

API (American Petroleum Institute) Publications Std 614 RP 550 (1992) (1985) Lubrication, Shaft-Sealing, and Control-Oil Systems for Special-Purpose Applications Manual on Installation of Refinery Instruments and Control Systems Part I Process Instrumentation and Control

NOTE: Although API RP 550 is not a current publication, Mobil considers the referenced material to be valid for Mobils purposes, except as noted in this Guide. Requests for a copy of API RP 550 should be directed to: (1) The Librarian, American Petroleum Institute, 1220 L Street N.W., Washington, D.C. 20005, USA. Phone: (202) 8828000/Fax: (202) 8828030. (2) UMI: University Microfilms International, 300 North Zebb Road, Ann Arbor, MI 48106, USA.

ASME (American Society of Mechanical Engineers) Boiler and Pressure Vessel Code (1992) Section VIII, Division 1, Pressure Vessels

ISA (Instrument Society of America) S5.2 (1992) Binary Logic Diagrams for Process Operations

3. GENERAL 3.1 Lube, control, and seal oil systems shall conform to the requirements of API Standard 614, except as modified in Section 4 of this Guide. 3.2 The vendor shall comply with the requirements of EGE 00-C-4.

3.3 All oil systems shall meet the requirements of this Guide, except as amended by the job specification and data sheets. In the event of any other conflicts in the documents, the vendor/contractor shall notify Mobil. The conflict shall be resolved by Mobil in writing.
NOTE: Particular attention is directed to Paragraph 5.1, Item (b) in API Standard 614 regarding exceptions.

4. MODIFICATIONS TO API STANDARD 614 The following items are amendments to API Standard 614. The section and paragraph numbers refer to those used in that standard.
SECTION 1 GENERAL

Paragraph 1.6.1 (Purchasers Choice) (Substitution)


Drawings EGE 15-S-1 through EGE 15-S-12 depict Mobils general philosophy. The purchaser and vendor shall agree upon a mutually acceptable system before the order is released.

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SECTION 2 BASIC DESIGN

Paragraph 2.1.6, Second Sentence (Purchasers Choice) (Substitution)


All equipment covered by this Guide or by any referenced document shall meet the applicable sound levels established in EGE 00-B-5, without benefit of additional physical devices or enclosures. The sound level of each component should meet the requirement of EGE 00-B-5, Group 1, at a distance of 1 m (3 ft) from the source of the sound (not from the skid boundary).

Paragraph 2.1.7 (Purchasers Choice) (Addition)


Separate systems are required on all sour gas services. Booster systems should be considered when combined oil system requirements exceed 3448 kPa (500 psig) or where driver sizes are greatly increased because of a small amount of high-pressure seal oil.

Paragraph 2.1.11 (Purchasers Choice) (Addition)


Seal oil systems shall be designed to operate safely prior to process startup, with the system in total automatic control and with the compressor open to the atmosphere. When specified by the equipment vendor, buffer (inert) gas shall be available for pressurizing the seals.
NOTE: Unless specified, the seal oil settling-out pressure shall be 10 percent greater than the relief valve set pressure of the compressor suction knockout drum.

Paragraph 2.1.12 (Purchasers Choice) (Substitution)


The system shall be suitable for unsheltered outdoor operation. It shall be winterized for the particular plant meteorological conditions specified by Mobil. Winterization shall be implemented by the maximum use of the flow-through principle (as indicated in drawings EGE 15-S-1 through EGE 15-S-12) when the specified minimum site ambient temperature is less than 10C (50F). Flow-through insulated overhead seal oil and lube oil tanks are preferred. They are required when the minimum ambient temperature is less than 10C (50F) or the maximum ambient temperature is above 41C (105F). When a static overhead tank is supplied, the overhead tank and piping shall be equipped for insulation and for thermostatically-controlled electric heat tracing that is sized to maintain proper oil temperature at the minimum site ambient conditions. (See Modifications to API Standard 614, Paragraph 2.9.1.2, in this Guide.)

Paragraph 2.1.13 (Purchasers Choice) (Addition)


The system shall be designed as a console, single-package installation. The overall size of each console and the arrangement of the components and the piping shall be in accordance with the spacing requirements designated on the data sheet and shall be subject to Mobil approval. The minimum size for each console shall be 3 m by 6 m (10 ft by 20 ft). The minimum size for combined lube and seal oil consoles shall be 3 m by 9 m (10 ft by 30 ft). Smaller sizes require Mobil approval.

Paragraph 2.1.15, Second Sentence (Purchasers Choice) (Delete)

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Paragraph 2.1.17 (Purchasers Choice) (Substitution)


Component isolation valves are indicated in drawings EGE 15-S-1 through EGE 15-S-12. The instrument piping details in API Standard 614 (Figure 23- option A-23a, A-23c, and A-23d) are acceptable arrangements for instrument manifolds.

Paragraph 2.1.18 (Purchasers Choice) (Addition)


Pressure-containing equipment (coolers, filters, overhead oil tanks, drainers, and accumulators) shall be manufactured to comply with Section VIII of the ASME Boiler Pressure Vessel Code and/or any local code. The design pressure of this equipment shall be 10 percent greater than the set point of the oil system relief valve.
NOTE: This design pressure margin is to allow for the higher accumulation associated with relief valves used in high-pressure oil systems.

Paragraph 2.1.20 (Purchasers Choice)


This paragraph is required.

Paragraph 2.1.22 (Purchasers Choice) (Addition)


Compliance with the welding specifications defined in EGE 00-B-21 is required.

Paragraph 2.1.23 (Purchasers Choice) (Substitution)


The console vendors nondestructive testing shall be in accordance with the Appendix in this Guide.

Paragraph 2.2.1, Second Sentence (Purchasers Choice) (Substitution)


Each console shall consist of a structural steel baseplate with the major components (pumps, filters, coolers, and reservoir) mounted directly on full-depth structural members. The purchase order to the console vendor and the final manufacturing drawings shall not be released without Mobil approval.

Paragraph 2.2.2, First Sentence (Substitution)


inches).

The baseplate shall be a drain gutter-type with four drain connections at least NPS 1/2 (NPS = nominal pipe size, The drain connections shall be installed at low points on the gutter.

Paragraph 2.2.4 (Substitution)


Unless otherwise specified on the data sheet, nonskid, solid decking (such as checker or diamond plate) shall be provided on the top of the baseplate and shall cover all areas.

Paragraph 2.2.5 (Purchasers Choice) (Addition)


Grout vent holes shall be placed at each corner of the baseplate structural beams and shall be opposite the grout fill holes. Grout fill holes shall not be installed in locations that will be blocked by equipment installed 3 3 on the baseplate. One grout vent/fill hole shall be provided for each 0.1 m (4 ft ) of baseplate grout volume.

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Paragraph 2.2.6 (Purchasers Choice) (Addition)


Where the data sheet indicates that the baseplate will not be grouted, the decking shall be designed without grout holes and shall be self-supporting.
NOTE: Baseplates that will not be grouted shall be designed so that when they are installed they will not collect gas vapors or hydrocarbon liquids.

Paragraph 2.3.1 (Substitution)


Reservoirs shall be mounted on the console baseplate unless otherwise approved by Mobil. Reservoirs shall be rigid enough to prevent sagging and vibration. Bolt holes shall not extend into the reservoir.

Paragraph 2.3.2.1 (Purchasers Choice) (Substitution)


Pumps, filters, coolers, and control valves shall not be mounted on the reservoir top. To mount components on the reservoir, Mobil approval must be obtained.

Paragraph 2.3.3.2 (Substitution)


All return connections for atmospheric oil (including the fill connection) shall terminate above the maximum oil level. They shall discharge oil into an internal sloped trough that extends from the return oil connection to below the minimum operating level. The hydraulic radius of the trough shall be three times that of the return oil line. The hydraulic radius is determined by dividing the cross-sectional flow area by the wetted perimeter. The oil returns that extend into the reservoir shall be supported to prevent problems associated with vibration.

Paragraph 2.3.3.3, Second Sentence (Substitution)


Pressurized oil shall be returned to the reservoir through stilling tubes (placed at the far end of the tank) which are submerged below the suction loss level in the reservoir. The stilling tubes shall be at least 50 mm (2 in.) larger in diameter than the return lines and shall be vented within the reservoir.

Paragraph 2.3.4, Second Sentence (Substitution)


A NPS 2 flanged reduced-port gate valve and spectacle blind shall be used at each reservoir drain connection.

Paragraph 2.3.5, Item (c) (Addition)


(c) The sight glass shall have no piping traps that could provide a false level.

Paragraph 2.3.5, Item (f) (Substitution)


(f) A flanged vent connection at least NPS 4 in size shall be provided.

For a pressurized system, the vent shall be supplied with an oil seal that will maintain a 25 mm (1 in.) water column in the reservoir before venting. During venting, the free area of the vent shall be at least twice the pipe vent size. Drawing EGE 15-S-10 depicts a typical reservoir vent/oil seal. For a purged system, the vent shall have a coalescing-type filter element in the vent and a drain to return the oil to the reservoir.

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Paragraph 2.3.5, Item (h) (New Item)


(h) The reservoir shall be fitted with at least one 450 mm (18 in.) round manway top opening as defined in drawing EGE 15-S-10. The manway cover shall be free to be lift 150 mm (6 in.), shall be guided by three external guide rods, and shall have its travel positively restricted. Sealed manways and a reservoir relief valve shall be required on seal oil reservoirs which are located in enclosed areas. The relief valve shall be sized for failure of all seals.

Paragraph 2.3.5, Item (I) (New Item)


(I) When the reservoir overall height is more than 1.2 m (4 ft), internal climbing rungs shall be provided within the reservoir.

Paragraph 2.3.6.1.2 (Addition)


When a reservoir high level alarm is specified on the data sheet, the maximum operating level shall be defined as the set point.

Paragraph 2.3.6.1.3 (Addition)


The minimum operating level shall be the reservoir low level alarm set point.

Paragraph 2.3.7.1, Fifth Sentence (Purchasers Choice) (Substitution)


When electric heaters are specified, a flanged heater with an internal thermostat is required. Heating elements longer than 1 m (3 ft) require internal supports to prevent sagging. Unless specified on the data sheet, heat loss shall be calculated assuming an uninsulated reservoir, minimum site ambient temperature, and maximum site wind speed. As a minimum, a wind speed of 1.6 km/h (10 mph) shall be used.

Paragraph 2.3.7.2 (Purchasers Choice) (Substitution)


When specified on the data sheet, the electric heater shall be installed in a sealed tube, which would allow the heater to be removed during operation. The heater shall be immersed in a heat transfer liquid. Allowance shall be provided for the thermal expansion of the heat transfer fluid. A drain, vent connection, and a level sight glass shall be provided. (The sight glass shall have a nameplate indicating that the sightglass is measuring the heater level.) The heat transfer fluid shall be selected by the vendor and approved by Mobil.

Paragraph 2.3.8 (Purchasers Choice) (Substitution)


When EGE 15-D-9 indicates that winterization is required, the vendor shall provide insulation clips on the reservoir and cover plates around the base of the reservoir.

Paragraph 2.3.9 (Substitution)


Each reservoir shall be provided with two NPS 2 blind-flange connections, one for inert gas purging and the other for oil conditioner return. The connections shall be located above the rundown oil level. The purge gas connection shall be located to ensure an effective sweep of purge gas toward the vent.

Paragraph 2.3.10 (Purchasers Choice)


Provision shall be made for an oil conditioner with a siphon breaker.

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Paragraph 2.3.10, Second Sentence (Addition)


The vendor shall provide a pipe loop inside the reservoir with the siphon breaker hole at the top. The hole shall have a maximum diameter of 6.4 mm (1/4 in.). The pipe loop shall prevent the oil level from falling below the minimum operating level of the reservoir due to the action of the conditioner. The oil conditioner return line shall be provided with a stilling tube and a baffle attached to its bottom to prevent stirring of the bottom sediments. A NPS 2 flanged inlet connection will be required.

Paragraph 2.3.12 (Purchasers Choice) (Substitution)


For reservoir tops that extend more than 1.2 m (4 ft) above the console deck, an easily accessible ladder shall be provided and permanently attached to the outside of the reservoir.

Paragraph 2.4.1, Last Sentence (Purchasers Choice) (Substitution)


Rotary screw horizontal pumps shall be provided. Each horizontal pump and driver assembly shall be mounted on a common baseplate. This baseplate shall be rigidly mounted to the console base beams.

Paragraph 2.4.2, Last Sentence (Purchasers Choice) (Addition)


EGE 15-D-9 shall indicate if an emergency oil pump is required.

Paragraph 2.4.3 (Substitution)


The oil pumps shall be equipped with mechanical seals that have Viton elastomers and carbon versus silicon or tungsten carbide seal faces. Nonsparking throttle bushings are required.

Paragraph 2.4.4 (Purchasers Choice) (Substitution)


The lube and seal oil pumps shall be in conformance with EGE 15-B-2 and shall be furnished as follows:
Pump Main lube oil Main seal oil Standby lube and seal oil Type Rotary screw Rotary screw Rotary screw Driver Turbine or motor/shaft* Turbine or motor* Motor Orientation Horizontal Horizontal Horizontal

*NOTE: Motor-driven pumps shall be used only as main pumps when alternate secure power supplies are provided for the main and standby drivers. Rundown tanks should be utilized if secure power supplies are not available.

Paragraph 2.4.5 (Purchasers Choice) (Addition)


Motor drivers shall conform to EGE 33-B-9.

Paragraph 2.4.6 (Purchasers Choice) (Substitution)


Steam turbine drivers shall conform to EGE 15-B-7. They shall be equipped with a NEMA Class A oil relay governor and a self-generating digital tachometer. Solenoids for actuation of the trip system are required when booster systems are specified. Auxiliary oil systems for steam turbine drivers shall not be used.

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Paragraph 2.4.7.1, Third Sentence (Substitution)


Oil systems shall be designed to operate satisfactorily without the use of accumulators. Flanged locations for future installation of accumulators are indicated on the system piping and instrumentation diagram (P&ID).

Paragraph 2.4.7.3, First Sentence (Substitution)


Rotary pumps shall be selected so they are capable of providing the total flow (as established in Paragraphs 2.4.7.1 and 2.4.7.2 of API Standard 614) at the relief valve set pressure while not exceeding 80 percent of the manufacturers maximum differential pressure rating. The pump selection criteria shall be established by the following:
C C C

Relief valve set pressure. Required flow. Minimum operating viscosity corresponding to a pumping temperature of 70C (160F) for the specific type of oil specified on the data sheet.

Paragraph 2.4.11 (Addition)


To establish the highest required operating pressure, the following must be determined:
C C

The system pressure drop at the maximum system oil flow. The maximum filter/cooler pressure drop.

NOTE: While pumping the specified oil at a minimum operating temperature of at least 10C (50F).

The relief valve shall be designed for pump flows related to the minimum and maximum operating oil temperatures. The following types of relief valves shall be used.
System Relief Requirements Below 1380 kPa (200 psig). No winterization requirement. Below 1380 kPa (200 psig). Winterization required. 1380 to 8270 kPa (200 to 1200 psig). Above 8270 kPa (1200 psig). Type of Valve Hydraulic back-pressure Orificed relief Hydraulic back-pressure Hydraulic back-pressure or pilot-operated

The system design working pressure for pilot relief valves shall include the differential pressure between the pilot valve lifting pressure and the relief valve setting pressure. This is required to avoid premature lifting of the valve. All pilot-operated valves shall be dome loaded. (Extra margin shall be provided for the additional accumulation caused by the dome loading.)

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Paragraph 2.4.12 (Addition)


The maximum flow requirement for the main oil system control valve occurs when two oil pumps are operating and all normal flows are being supplied to the unit machine train. The maximum flow required for the seal oil system level control valve or a differential pressure control valve shall be the total flow of two pumps. Maximum oil flow shall be based on the oil viscosity at a minimum operating temperature of 10C (50F). The minimum flow requirement for the main oil system control valve occurs when one pump is operating, the control oil system is operating at its maximum flowrate, and all normal lube oil flows are being supplied to the unit machine train. When a combined lube and seal oil booster system is supplied, minimum flow shall be as stated on the data sheet and shall include the operation of the second seal oil pump. System oil flows shall conform to Paragraph 2.4.7.1 of API Standard 614. The minimum flow required for the seal oil system level control valve or a differential pressure control valve shall be the minimum safe flow to the unit as specified by the equipment vendor. Under any operating condition, these control valves shall be no more than 90 percent and no less than five percent of the maximum rated velocity coefficient (Cv) of the valve.

Paragraph 2.4.15 (Substitution)


A permanent Y-type basket or temporary cone-type strainer is required. The strainer shall be fabricated from ASTM Series 300 stainless steel materials. The strainer shall be installed in each suction line and shall have an open flow area of 150 percent of the cross-sectional area of the suction pipe. The minimum hole size in the strainer shall be 3 mm (1/8 in.). The temporary strainer shall be identified by a protruding tab. The piping shall permit the removal of the strainer without disturbing the alignment of the pump. The cone strainer shall be oriented with the cone into the flow and shall be in a spool piece that is removable.
NOTE: This strainer shall be removed, cleaned, and inspected prior to flushing the oil system. The temporary strainer shall be removed prior to final commissioning of the main equipment.

When a permanent strainer is specified on EGE 15-D-9, a vacuum/pressure gage shall be installed between the strainer and the pump suction.

Paragraph 2.4.18, Second Sentence (Substitution)


The startup control of the standby pump shall be actuated by devices that can sense the following malfunctions.
C C C C

Low lube oil supply pressure to the equipment. Low differential pressure across seals. Low seal oil booster pump suction pressure. Low oil levels in overhead tanks.

Paragraph 2.4.18, Fourth Sentence (Substitution)


A steam turbine shall not be used as the driver for a standby oil pump.

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Paragraph 2.4.19, Last Sentence (Purchasers Choice) (Substitution)


Low pump suction pressure switches shall be provided for the booster pumps. One switch shall activate an alarm on low oil pressure and start the auxiliary standby oil pump. A second pressure switch shall prevent the operation of the booster pump and activate an alarm on dangerously low suction pressure. The pressure switch set point shall allow for the automatic startup of the standby lube oil pump prior to an automatic shutdown signal for the booster pump.

Paragraph 2.4.20.2, Second and Third Sentence (Substitution)


Couplings shall be nonlubricated, spacer type with Type 316/316L stainless steel or monel flexible disks. Each coupling shall have a rigid, nonsparking coupling guard that sufficiently encloses the coupling and shafts to prevent personnel from accessing any rotating part during operation of the equipment.

Paragraph 2.5.1 (Addition)


When air coolers are specified, they shall conform to EGE 13-B-15 and to the following requirements:
C

The cooler shall be designed to operate with two fans. Each fan shall be capable of 100 percent of the duty requirements of the cooler. The cooler tubes shall be Type 304L stainless steel. The header boxes shall be made of hardened stainless steel plate. The header plug material shall be selected to prevent galling. Two separate headers shall be provided for each cooler. Electronic vibration switches shall be provided for each fan and shall alarm on high vibration. Individual lockout switches shall be placed adjacent to each fan. HTD drive belts are required. Turbulators shall be used only with Mobil approval. Turbulators shall be made of Type 304L stainless steel.

C C C C C C

Paragraph 2.5.3, Second Through Fifth Sentences (Purchasers Choice) (Substitution)


The coolers shall be the water-cooled, shell-and-tube type. A removable bundle design is required for 2 2 coolers with more than 0.46 m (5 ft ) of tube surface area. Removable bundle water coolers shall be in accordance with TEMA Class C, AEU construction. Tubes shall have a minimum outside diameter of 19 mm (3/4 in.). The nominal tube wall thickness shall be 16 Birmingham wire gage (BWG). The tubes shall be annealed after they are bent. The use of finned tubes requires Mobil approval.

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Paragraph 2.5.4 (Purchasers Choice) (Delete) Paragraph 2.5.5 (Addition)


Alternative materials should be agreed upon jointly by the vendors and purchaser when the seal oil system operates in a H2S environment.
NOTE: Special materials may be required to prevent H2S corrosion within the exchangers.

Paragraph 2.5.6 (Purchasers Choice) (Addition)


To maintain the system temperature, a full-port, three-way temperature control valve shall be required.

Paragraph 2.5.7 (Purchasers Choice) (Addition)


Water-side design pressure shall be suitable for the specified cooling water pressure, or 670 kPa gage (100 psig), whichever is greater. All coolers shall be designed to heat the oil by using steam or a mixture of water and steam at 150C (300F). The oil-side operating pressure shall be at least 10 percent higher than the maximum water-side operating pressure. This is done to prevent contamination of the oil in the event of a tube or a tube joint failure.

Paragraph 2.5.8 (Addition)


Coolers shall be provided with valved vents and drains on both the water and oil sides.

Paragraph 2.6.1, Sixth Sentence (Substitution)


The filters shall be equipped with valved vents and separate clean-side and dirty-side NPS 2 drains. The drains and vents shall be piped to the skid drain gutter. Filter vent lines with orifices and sight flow glasses shall be piped back to the reservoir to continuously vent air and maintain warm oil in the standby filter.

Paragraph 2.6.2, Item (a) (Substitution)


(a) Flow shall be from the outside toward the center of the filter cartridge. A single, standard length cartridge shall be used. Multiple stacked cartridges are not acceptable. Filter cartridges shall be retained by an internal hold-down mechanism with stops to prevent overtightening. The filter housing cover shall not be used for this purpose.

Paragraph 2.6.2, Item (d) (Delete) Paragraph 2.6.2 (New Items)


(h) An internal baffle shall be provided on all the oil inlets to the filter housing to prevent direct impingement of oil onto the filter elements. (I) (j) Filters with filter heads that are convex to pressure shall not be provided. Spring hold-downs are not allowed.

Paragraph 2.6.3 (Delete)

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Paragraph 2.6.4 (Purchasers Choice)


Oil filters with replaceable depth-type filter elements shall be furnished. Wool elements shall not be permitted. Wound elements of Dacron, Orlon, or ethylene propylene with stainless steel cores may be used. The center of a wound element shall consist of a perforated stainless steel core wrapped with a cloth of identical material as the rope. The element shall then be wound over this configuration. Pleated polyester cartridges are acceptable if they meet the following criteria: (a) (b) (c) (d) They are designed for 120C (250F). They use Viton gasketing. The binder is not water soluble. The support grid, end caps, and center tube are stainless steel.

Paragraph 2.6.5 (Addition)


The differential pressure drop of the clean filter and housing shall be between (.35 bar) with the oil at 49C (120F) when operating at normal flow.
1/2

psi (.03 bar) and 5 psi

Paragraph 2.6.8 (Purchasers Choice) (Clarification)


Control oil shall be filtered by the main oil filters.

Paragraph 2.6.9 (New Paragraph)


Filter housings shall be bolted to the console deck. The deck area surrounding the filter housing shall be isolated from the console deck and shall drain directly to the console drain gutter.

Paragraph 2.7.1 (Purchasers Choice) (Substitution)


Single or dual transfer valves that serve coolers and filters shall be specified on data sheet EGE 15-D-9. The P&ID configuration is shown on drawing EGE 15-S-9.

Paragraph 2.7.2 (Purchasers Choice) (Clarification)


The transfer valve(s) shall consist of: (a) (b) One two-way, six-ported continuous flow valve. - or Two equivalent two-way, three-ported transfer valves that are single-lever operated.

The valve(s) shall be designed for zero crossover leakage and zero pressure rise during transfer. A sign shall be placed near each transfer valve explaining the relationship of the valve handle to the direction of oil flow. Special instructions may be required on the sign concerning methods for unseating the transfer valve plug in order to avoid scoring the valve seats.

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The valve shall have a positive locking mechanism to avoid movement of the handle due to vibration. The valve handle and position indicator shall be integral parts.

Paragraph 2.8.1 (Substitution)


If an accumulator is specified on the data sheet, it shall be designed to maintain the driver control oil pressure during control/servo transients. The control oil pressure shall be maintained above the control oil low-pressure alarm when the control/servo makes a full stroke in 0.5 seconds. Accumulator use and sizing require Mobil approval prior to installation.
NOTE: On systems with control/servo transients greater than .075 m /min (20 US gpm), an accumulator is required.
3

Paragraph 2.8.3 (Purchasers Choice) (Substitution)


When required by the data sheet, a Series 300 stainless steel accummulator with a precharge valve shall be required.

Paragraph 2.8.3.1 (Clarification)


When an accumulator is specified, a bladder-type shall be used.

Paragraph 2.8.3.2 (Substitution)


A pressure gage and valving (i.e., test kit) shall be provided on the gas-side to check the precharge pressure in the accumulator. A block valve and drain valve shall be provided on the oil-side to allow the accumulator to be isolated and tested.

Paragraph 2.8.3.4 (Purchasers Choice) (Substitution)


When winterization is required (see Paragraph 2.1.12 of the Modifications to API Standard 614), the accumulator shall be provided with electric heat tracing that is thermostatically controlled and self-limiting. The heat tracing shall be sized to maintain proper oil temperature at the minimum site ambient conditions.

Paragraph 2.8.3.5 (Purchasers Choice) (Delete) Paragraph 2.9.1.1, First Sentence (Substitution)
A separately mounted overhead tank (required for bushing seals) shall be provided when specified on the data sheet. The vendor shall provide the tank supports.

Paragraph 2.9.1.2 (Purchasers Choice) (Clarification)


Overhead seal oil tanks shall be sized in accordance with this paragraph. Mobil shall specify the compressor block-in time on the data sheet.
NOTE: Three minutes is normally insufficient for the block-in and depressuring of high-pressure oil systems. The block-in time should be mutually agreed upon by the vendor and purchaser prior to the issuance of a purchase order.

Paragraph 2.9.1.2 (Purchasers Choice) (Addition)


(a) When specified on the data sheet, a high-level alarm switch shall be provided on systems that utilize an overhead tank and that operate at pressures above 69 bar (1000 psig). Flow-through tanks shall not be used in these services.

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NOTE: Dilution of the oil can occur in high-pressure systems.

(b) For seal oil systems that utilize overhead tanks, the flow regulating valve to the overhead tanks shall "fail intermediate and drift closed" to avoid overflow of seal oil via the gas reference line.

Paragraph 2.9.1.4, Items (a) and (b) (Substitution)


(a) A flanged bottom outlet nozzle, at least NPS 10, shall be provided. This nozzle shall be used for internal inspection and shall not extend into the vessel. (b) A flanged reference gas connection, at least NPS 2 in size, shall be provided.

NOTE: On systems that operate above 69 bar (1000 psig), consideration should be given to installing a drain pot that would allow the oil or condensate which forms in this line to drain to the seal oil drain traps. A design audit must be conducted to ensure that this drain line does not affect the seal gas balance.

Paragraph 2.9.1.4, Item (d) (Clarification)


(d) The reducing spacer nozzle shall be flush with the bottom nozzle. A valved blowdown connection is not required.

Paragraph 2.9.1.4, Item (e) (Addition)


(e) The transmitter shall indicate the oil level from 60 mm (2 in.) above the high-level alarm to 60 mm (2 in.) below the low-level shutdown.
NOTE: On systems that operate above 60 bar (1000 psig), calibration of the overhead tank level should be carried out at maximum operating pressure. This may be accomplished on site by isolating the instrument that fills the instrument harness with oil and by calibrating the instrument while it is pressurized with nitrogen.

Paragraph 2.9.1.4, Items (f), (g), and (h) (New Items)


(f) (g) A valved external level switch shall be provided for the low-low-shutdown trip. A means shall be provided to support the tank. (Refer to Paragraph 2.1.12 in the modifications to API

(h) Winterization shall be provided. Standard 614.)

Paragraph 2.9.1.5 (Purchasers Choice)


When specified on the data sheet, . . .

Paragraph 2.9.2.1 (Purchasers Choice) (Addition)


Oil in the emergency lube oil rundown tank shall be maintained at the proper temperature by using a flow-through system. The tank shall be insulated to prevent heat loss or gain (see drawing EGE 15-S-11).

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Paragraph 2.9.2.1 (Clarification)


The rundown capacity shall be based on the quantity of oil required from low-low lube oil pressure trip and maximum continuous speed to stand still. The oil flowrate shall be based on flow generated at trip pressure. Normal lube oil flow shall include transient oil flow (required during a shutdown/trip) and oil that is bypassed directly to the reservoirs through orifices.

Paragraph 2.9.2.2, Second Sentence (Delete) Paragraph 2.9.2.2, Third Sentence (Substitution)
A flanged bottom outlet nozzle, at least NPS 10, shall be provided. This nozzle shall be used for inspection and shall not extend into the vessel.

Paragraph 2.9.2.4 (New Paragraph)


Internal float valves are not acceptable. Refer to the modifications to API Standard 614, Paragraph 2.1.12 for winterization requirements.

Paragraph 2.9.2.5 (New Paragraph)


The vessel support shall be provided by the vendor.

Paragraph 2.10.1 (Purchasers Choice) (Addition)


When specified on the data sheet, . . .

Paragraph 2.11.1 (Addition)


Each trap shall be fabricated of 18-8 stainless steel and sized to adequately handle twice the oil flow from one seal under maximum seal design clearance conditions.

Paragraph 2.11.1.1 (Addition)


To ensure proper seal oil flow, the orifice sizing calculations shall be provided for Mobil review.

Paragraph 2.11.1.2 (Substitution)


In systems where the design pressure is less than or equal to 4100 kPa gage (600 psig), automatic drain traps should be the mechanical-float type. The mechanical float shall be the single-lever, stainless steel trim design and arranged so that the gas flow does not impinge upon the float or float mechanism. All trap housing gasketing shall be spiral-wound or metal-wrapped nonasbestos. Traps shall be provided with a high-level alarm switch.

Paragraph 2.11.1.3 (Substitution)


Snap-acting level control valves with separate on/off transmitters/controllers shall be used for pressures above 4100 kPa gage (600 psig). The drain valve shall fail closed. The drain pot shall have a top access flange and a blind so that the vessel may be cleaned. Drain pots shall be provided with a high-level alarm switch.

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Paragraph 2.11.2 (Addition)


A scale shall be mounted next to the gage glass so that the seal leakage volume can be obtained. The gage glass shall have gate valves installed to allow it to be isolated and cleaned on line. The level gage inlet and outlet connections shall enter the trap in an area of low velocity. Sight glass connections on the piping require Mobil approval. When piping connections are approved, they shall be designed to avoid high velocities within the piping. (NOTE: Inaccurate level gage readings have occurred due to high
gas velocities.)

Paragraph 2.11.3 (Purchasers Choice) (Substitution)


Stainless steel mist eliminators shall be provided in the compressor drain traps by the oil system vendor. Separate mist eliminators shall be provided on the drain trap vent lines for all refrigeration compressors.
NOTE: Separate mist eliminators will require draining. Provisions should be made to periodically drain this vessel to the seal oil degassing tank.

Paragraph 2.12.1, First Sentence (Purchasers Choice) (Substitution)


Stainless steel degassing facilities shall be provided in systems that supply seal oil.

Paragraph 2.12.2, Item (g) (New Item)


(g) Horizontal, cascade-type degassing trays shall be provided inside the degassing tank (see drawing EGE 15-S-12).

Paragraph 2.12.3, First Sentence (Purchasers Choice) (Substitution)


Electric immersion heaters with integral thermostats shall be provided. Heater elements shall be immersed in the oil. Heater elements greater than 1 m (3 ft) long shall have internal support(s) to prevent sagging.

Paragraph 2.12.4 (Substitution)


An interlock between the reservoir low oil level and the reservoir electric heater is required. This interlock should shut off the heater. A manual reset is required to turn on the heater.

Paragraph 2.12.6 (Purchasers Choice) (Addition)


When it is specified on the data sheet that the degassing tank is vented to a closed flare system, the following additional items shall be provided by the vendor: (a) Isolation block valves on the tank.

(b) A relief valve sized to pass the total gas flow upon failure open of one automatic drain trap or trap level control valve in the drainer system. (c) (d) A valved sight glass. A high-level alarm.

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(e) (f)

A drain valve. A blower or ejector.

NOTE: A blower or ejector may be required to degass the oil in a pressurized degassing tank. The vendor should provide demonstrated experience to verify the pressure effect on degassing the oil. The degassing tank shall be designed for both full vacuum and the design pressure of the flare system.

Paragraph 2.13.2 (Purchasers Choice) (Substitution)


Utility connections shall be manifolded. Vent connections shall not be manifolded.

Paragraph 2.13.3 (Addition)


The maximum liquid line velocity within the supply lines shall be: LINE
All piping upstream of the pressure regulating control valves and pumps. All piping downstream of the pressure regulating control valves.

VELOCITY
6 ft/sec (1.8 m/sec) Up to NPS 4 10 ft/sec (3 m/sec) Above NPS 4 15 ft/sec (4.6 m/sec)

Paragraph 2.13.7 (Purchasers Choice) (Delete) Paragraph 2.13.9.1 (Deletion)


Delete "over 75 pounds per square inch gage (5 bar gage)."

Paragraph 2.13.9.2 (Substitution)


Piping and fittings shall be at least NPS 1. Piping valves shall be at least NPS 3/4.

Paragraph 2.13.9.3 (Substitution)


Piping and tubing materials shall conform to the Mobil Engineering Guides listed below. API Standard 614, Tables 2A and 2B shall not be used. Material Piping Air supply tubing Instrument tubing Engineering Guide EGE 16-B-30, Letter service E EGE 16-B-10, Section 11 EGE 16-B-10, Table 2, Class C, and Section 10

Paragraph 2.13.9.3 (Addition)


The maximum tubing size shall be NPS 3/4. Tubing couplings shall be offset from the tubing rack.

Paragraph 2.13.9.5 (Deletion)

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Delete "pressures greater than 75 pound per square inch gage (5 bar gage)."

Paragraph 2.13.9.7 (Substitution)


Valves shall have carbon steel bodies with 12 Cr stainless steel trim.

Paragraph 2.13.9.10 (Purchasers Choice) (Substitution)


Test valves shall be supplied adjacent to all instruments. (Figure A23A, Note 1 is acceptable. Notes 2 and 3 shall be deleted.)

Paragraph 2.13.9.11 (Addition)


All control valve stations shall have block valves and drain connections. Valves operating with differential pressures in excess of 2067 kPa (300 psig) require hardened trim.

Paragraph 2.13.9.12 (Purchasers Choice) (Addition)


Studs shall be used for all flanged connections. These studs shall not be galvanized or cadmium- coated.

Paragraph 2.13.9.13 (Substitution)


All gaskets shall be spiral-wound Type 304 stainless steel with a nonasbestos filler material. An external and internal centering ring shall be provided.

Paragraph 2.13.10.2 (Delete) Paragraph 2.13.10.3 (Purchasers Choice) (Substitution)


Stainless steel slip-on or weld neck flanges may be used upstream of the filters and in the drain lines. Stainless steel weld neck flanges shall be used on supply oil piping downstream of the filters. All blind flanges shall be made of stainless steel.

Paragraph 2.13.11.5 (Addition)


Drilled or orificed check valves shall not be installed.

Paragraph 2.13.12, Third Sentence (Substitution)


Laterals should enter drain headers at forty-five degree angles in the direction of flow.

Paragraph 2.13.12 (Addition)


The oil drain and gas reference lines shall be:
C C C

NPS 2 minimum size. Stainless steel material. Flanged construction.

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When a rundown tank is not specified on the data sheet, a line size tee and a blind flange shall be provided on the lube oil supply line for future rundown tank connections. All coupling guards require a drain. All sight glasses shall be offset to allow an unobstructed view of the oil flow.
NOTE: Additional pipe-mounted vents may be required for drain lines that have long vertical runs. Every effort should be made to gradually slope the drain line.

Paragraph 2.13.13, First Sentence (Substitution)


Flexible sections and bellows shall be used only when approved by Mobil. When bellows are provided on pump suctions, they shall be designed for full vacuum. All bellows shall be designed in accordance with Paragraph 2.13.13 of API Standard 614. Bellows and flexible sections shall not be used downstream of oil filters on the supply side of oil systems.

Paragraph 2.13.14 (Purchasers Choice) (Substitution)


When the specified minimum winter ambient temperature is less than 10C (50F), the following shall apply: (a) Control valve heads shall be designed to minimize the length of the static tubing leg.

(b) Instrument impulse lines to safety switches shall have continuous flow-through of oil. Impulse lines to safety devices shall not have dead legs.
SECTION 3 INSTRUMENTATION, CONTROL, AND ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS

Paragraph 3.1.4 (Addition)


Terms such as "usually," "advisable," "most common," etc. that occur in API RP 550 shall be interpreted in this Guide as being mandatory.

Paragraph 3.1.6, First Sentence (Substitution)


All instruments and controls, including shutdown sensing devices, shall be installed with sufficient valving to permit their calibration, testing, and replacement while the system is in operation.

Paragraph 3.1.9 (New Paragraph)


The back-pressure control valves, which are used to control the main oil system pressure, shall be designed with the following system controls:
SYSTEM CONTROL Direct-Acting BackPressure or Pneumatic Controller X X X X Electronic Transmitters and Programmable Electronic Controllers

Oil System Lube Oil Combined Lube and Control Oil Seal Oil with Overhead Tanks Seal Oil without Overhead Tanks

Direct-acting control valves shall be provided with manually adjustable flow regulators in their impulse lines. (The regulator is intended to improve the response speed of the control valve by providing adjustable

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dampening in one direction of flow only.) A needle/check valve assembly is acceptable. The needle valve adjustment shall have a locking feature to prevent movement.

Paragraph 3.1.10 (New Paragraph)


All instruments furnished by the compressor vendor or his subvendors (i.e., panel, oil system, etc.) shall be subject to Mobil approval. Pneumatic actuation instruments (vents, boosters, I/P transmitters) shall be mounted directly on the control valve.

Paragraph 3.2.1, First Sentence (Purchasers Choice) (Substitution)


All instruments, except the pump discharge and oil temperature gages, shall be mounted on a freestanding gage board.

Paragraph 3.2.2 (Purchasers Choice) (Addition)


All control signals and gage signals to the control panel shall be electronically transmitted. Control loops for instrument controls (e.g., surge or oil system controllers) shall remain separate from control loops used for indication of DCS or panel indicators. The control panel shall be arranged in accordance with Figure 1. The panel shall be designed to maintain the inside air temperature between 10C and 20C (50F and 120F) based on the site maximum and minimum ambient air conditions and wind conditions. When a cooling\heating system is required, it shall be designed to meet the area electrical classification and shall have an alarm point indicated on the panel temperature monitor. The control panel shall have the following features: (a) A gasketed removable panel shall be provided to allow for conduit connections to the control panel. The panel shall be located on the floor and away from the access door. (b) All control panel external instrument connections shall be tagged with stainless steel nameplates that indicate the instrument tag numbers of the instrument to which they are connected. (c) When a panel purge or pressurized air connection is provided, it shall be directed towards the panel floor. The purge or air inlet connection system shall include an inlet pressure gage, a fast purge valve, a sight glass, and a coalescing filter. An alarm switch shall be provided to indicate loss of pressurization. If an X-type purge is indicated on the data sheet, a control panel shutdown switch will be required. (d) All panel doors shall be gasketed and lockable. When panel doors cover instruments, the door fronts shall be fabricated of clear, shatterproof Lexan and shall not limit the view of the instruments inside.

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FIGURE 1 TYPICAL LOCAL CONTROL PANEL LAYOUT

(e) Main panel access doors in hazardous areas shall have a 76 mm 76 mm (3 in. x 3 in.) red phenolic tag affixed to them. The tag shall indicate that a gas test must be taken prior to relieving the purge from within the panel. (f) When purge enclosures are required for individual internal instruments, these enclosures shall have individual inlet air regulators and a gasketed panel inside of the main control panel. (The enclosure cover shall provide access to the instrument wiring termination block located on the instrument.) (g) All instruments on or within the panel shall have phenolic tags with black letters on a white background. The minimum allowable letter height is 6 mm (1/4 in.). The tags shall indicate the name of the instrument and its tag number. Use of epoxy or pressure-sensitive tape to affix the tags is not allowed. (h) All relays shall have indicator windows and shall be hermetically sealed. Shutdown relays shall be located separately from alarm and interposing relays. (I) All gages shall be vertical, electronic analog gages with a 76 mm (3 in.) minimum scale length.

(j) The vendor shall provide a freestanding, enclosed local control panel (NEMA 4X enclosure, minimum). It shall be protected with a weatherhood on the front and back and shall be illuminated. The

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electrical portion of the panel shall be isolated and suitable for pressurizing to 12 mm (1/2 in.) wg, minimum. All instrument connections shall terminate in terminal blocks. (Red-colored terminal blocks shall be used to designate shutdown system wiring.) No terminal blocks shall be placed in the wireways. The terminal shall be a straight-through compression-type with shrouded screws (dead front) and center tapping for test purposes. Terminal blocks, or connections, or both shall be single-level (not tiered). The local panel shall contain a minimum of two 6 mm by 25 mm (1/4 in. by 1 in.) bare, panel-length, softcopper, solid-bar ground buses. One bus shall be used as a signal ground bus and the other as an equipment ground bus. Instrument cases shall not be grounded through the housing. (k) A light test button shall be provided to test all instrument alarm and indicator lights (start/stop/panel/annunciator, monitor lights, etc.). All controllers, pressure gages, thermometers, pressure switches, control valves, etc. that are furnished by the compressor vendor shall be subject to Mobil approval. Such devices shall be securely supported to eliminate the following: vibration; undue force on piping; and damage during shipment, storage, operation, and maintenance. The type of safety control logic shall be specified on the oil system data sheet. Relay and PLC-based systems are both acceptable. EGE 32-B-11 shall be used as a guide for the system selected. When programmable logic controllers (PLCs) are required, they shall be Triple Modular Redundant (TMR) systems as specified on the data sheet and shall be provided for all compressor shutdown functions. If a PLC system is specified, preshutdown alarms and automatic remedial action may be initiated from this system. Separate shutdown and alarm controls need not be provided. EGE 32B11 shall be used as a guide for the system.

Paragraph 3.2.3 (Purchasers Choice) (Substitution)


Panel and gage board requirements are defined on data sheet EGE 15-D-9.

Paragraph 3.2.5 (Purchasers Choice) (Delete) Paragraph 3.2.6 (New Paragraph)


Instrument tubing connectors shall be offset and not located within the tubing support trays. All tubing runs shall be supported and mounted 13 mm (1/2 in.) above the baseplate steel. Tubing shall not be placed in any maintenance access areas.

Paragraph 3.2.7 (New Paragraph)


All electrical pushbuttons shall be recessed in mounting rings. Start and stop buttons shall be provided with spring-loaded, hinged covers to prevent inadvertent operation and to allow lockout of the button.

Paragraph 3.3.1 (Substitution)


Separate switches shall be provided for alarm and shutdown functions.
NOTE: Multiple transmitters that vote through a PLC are an acceptable substitute for switches.

See data sheet EGE 15-D-9 for instrument requirements.


NOTE: Refer to EGE 15-B-4 for additional centrifugal compressor control panel requirements.

Table 3, Note b (delete)

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Paragraph 3.3.3, Second Sentence (Addition)


Switches shall have internally adjustable set points and calibrated scale. All sensing elements shall be made of 18Cr-8Ni stainless steel. The range of switch dead bands shall be provided on the equipment list.

Paragraph 3.3.4 (Addition)


Contacts on switches shall open to sound an alarm or to trip the unit (see Paragraph 3.3.1 of the modifications to API Standard 614).

Paragraph 3.3.5, First Sentence (Purchasers Choice) (Substitution)


The alarm system shall utilize field alarm and trip circuits that are closed and energized when the process is normal. Permissive and pump auto-start circuits shall be open and deenergized when the process is normal. "Normal" shall be understood as "under equipment operating conditions." Mobil shall approve the action of all instruments and related components.

Paragraph 3.3.6, First Sentence (Purchasers Choice) (Substitution)


The vendor shall furnish a first-out sequence annunciator. The indicator light coverplates shall be engraved with the name of the alarm and the designated switch or instrument number. The coverplates shall be colorcoded as follows: red white yellow = = = shutdown alarm danger with operations action required. This alarm may lead to a main driver shutdown.

Permissives, running, and status indication lights shall be located separately from the alarm annunciator. Acknowledge, reset, reset first-out, and test buttons are required.

Paragraph 3.3.6.1 (Substitution)


In outdoor installations, the audible horn shall have a rating of 120 dBA. It shall be placed above the panel so that the panel operators exposure to sound is limited to 115 dBA.

Paragraph 3.3.7, Second Sentence (Delete) Paragraph 3.3.8 (New Paragraph)


Individual lockout switches shall be provided for all shutdown functions. All shutdown bypasses shall be wired to a common alarm light on the annunciator. The shutdown bypass switches shall be grouped together and placed behind a lockable, gasketed panel door. The panel door shall have a clear, shatterproof Lexan front and shall not limit the view of the switches inside.

Paragraph 3.3.9 (New Paragraph)


When specified on EGE 15-D-9, a key-reset event recorder shall be provided and wired to record all the shutdowns and alarms. The event recorder shall be mounted near the annunciator and shall time stamp for each event.

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Paragraph 3.3.10 (New Paragraph)


Each group of alarms should be capable of transmitting a common alarm signal (e.g., common compressor alarms, common process alarms, common oil system alarms) to a remote attended location.

Paragraph 3.3.11 (New Paragraph)


Shutdown systems shall not be subservient to the alarm system. If a PLC system is specified, it shall be unique to the equipment and not part of the unit PLC. The PLC design shall conform to the requirements specified in EGE 32-B-11.

Paragraph 3.3.12 (New Paragraph)


Shutdown transmitters or switches shall be painted red or affixed with a permanent red tag indicating that they are shutdown devices.

Paragraph 3.4.1.1 (Purchasers Choice) (Substitution)


Thermometers shall be mounted in the following locations:
C C C

In the oil piping of the coolers, to measure the inlet and outlet temperatures. In the oil outlet of each radial and thrust bearing. In the oil reservoir, seal oil header, lube oil header, overhead tanks, and atmospheric seal oil drain.

Dial thermometers with 125 mm (5 in.) adjustable-angle dial faces shall be provided. Mercury-filled and capillary thermometers or thermal switches are not acceptable.

Paragraph 3.4.3, First Sentence (Substitution)


All thermometers and temperature-sensing elements, except those imbedded in bearing metal, shall be furnished with minimum NPS 3/4, individual thermowells of 18Cr-8Ni stainless steel. Temperature sensing elements that are installed in atmospheric bearing drains shall require thermowells.

Paragraph 3.4.4 (Addition)


Where connections are required, mechanical connectors manufactured by the thermocouple supplier, or junction blocks shall be used. Mechanical connectors shall be covered with heat-shrink tubing to prevent oil from shorting the circuit. Mechanical connectors which must be disconnected for maintenance shall be the heavy-duty type that can be Tylock-fastened to prevent loosening when in service.

Paragraph 3.4.5.2 (Addition)


Differential pressure indicators shall be protected against over-ranging. Equalizing lines shall not be provided.

Paragraph 3.4.5.3 (Purchasers Choice)


Oil-filled gages shall be specified on the data sheet.

Paragraph 3.4.5.4, Third Sentence (Substitution)

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Transmitter requirements are specified on data sheet EGE 15-D-9.


NOTE: Transmitters which provide trip/alarm signals shall be purchased with the minimum response time setpoint available.

Paragraph 3.4.6.1 (Substitution)


Flow indicators shall be the flanged, drip-tube, armored-type. They shall be installed in the atmospheric oildrain return lines from each bearing, gear, seal, and coupling guard. A thermowell shall be located in the indicator. The view ports shall be oriented in the vertical plane and shall be offset to allow for unobstructed viewing from the equipment perimeter.

Paragraph 3.4.6.4 (Purchasers Choice)


Flow indicators shall not be installed in pressurized lines.

Paragraph 3.4.7.2 (Substitution)


All solenoid valves shall be capable of operation in a continuously energized state. The vendor shall provide Mobil with the coil rating and estimated service life for each solenoid coil based on continuous energized operation. Dual coil solenoids are required for any trip function. Each coil shall be capable of keeping the solenoid in its energized condition. Separate relays shall energize each coil.

Paragraph 3.4.8.4 (Purchasers Choice)


Thermal relief valves shall not be installed in the oil side of the coolers.

Paragraph 3.4.8.5 (New Paragraph)


For relief valve selection criteria, refer to Paragraph 2.4.11 of the modifications to API Standard 614.

Paragraph 3.5.1 (Purchasers Choice) (Substitution)


Individual circuit breakers are required for all individual instrument power supplies within the control panel. Pilot lights are not required. Individual fuses shall be used to protect all individual instrument circuits.

Paragraph 3.5.2 (Purchasers Choice) (Substitution)


The electrical classification shall be specified on data sheet EGE 15-D-9.

Paragraphs 3.5.3 and 3.5.4 (Addition)


The minimum requirements of EGE 32-B-11 (Section 5) shall apply.

Paragraph 3.5.6 (Purchasers Choice) (Addition)


If tropicalization is required, it shall be indicated on data sheet EGE 15-D-9.

Paragraph 3.5.8 (Addition)


All wiring shall terminate in junction boxes placed at the edge of the skid. All conduit shall be made of galvanized steel or aluminum. Conduits that terminate at bearing housing thermocouples shall have oilresistant seals so that no oil can pass from the bearing housing into the instrument conduit.

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Paragraph 3.5.10, First Sentence (Substitution)


The vendor shall provide a pump driver switch in the control panel (on, off, auto) and a second set of switches (capable of being locked out) on the oil skid (on, off) for all motor drivers.

Paragraph 3.5.10, Second and Third Sentence (Delete) Paragraph 3.5.11 (New Paragraph)
All conduit shall be mounted 13 m (1/2 in.) above the baseplate and shall not be placed in any maintenance access areas.
SECTION 4 INSPECTION AND TESTING

Paragraph 4.1.4 (Purchasers Choice) (Addition)


See the Appendix in this Guide.

Paragraph 4.1.6 (Purchasers Choice) (Addition)


The purchaser and the inspector for the main equipment vendor shall prepare the checklist in Appendix C of API Standard 614 as part of the final inspection. Paragraph 4.1.8 (Addition) The equipment shall be satisfactorily tested by the vendor prior to the witness test by the purchaser.

Paragraph 4.2.1.3 (Purchasers Choice) (Addition)


Data sheet EGE 15-D-9 and this Guide shall apply.

Paragraph 4.2.2.1 (Purchasers Choice) (Addition)


The Appendix in this Guide defines the inspection requirements.

Paragraph 4.2.3.2 (Purchasers Choice) (Delete) Paragraph 4.2.3.3 (Purchasers Choice)


The Appendix in this Guide defines the inspection requirements.

Paragraph 4.3.1.2 (Addition)


Mobil approval is required for all test procedures.

Paragraph 4.3.1.3, First Sentence (Substitution)


The vendor shall inform the purchaser in writing of the planned inspection dates.

Paragraph 4.3.1.4 (Purchasers Choice)


The main equipment data sheet shall specify whether the oil system will be used during testing of the equipment.

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Paragraph 4.3.1.5 (Purchasers Choice) (Delete) Paragraph 4.3.2.5 (The Last Two Sentences) (Delete) Paragraph 4.3.2.6 (New Paragraph)
The assembled and piped oil console or subassemblies shall be hydrostatically tested with oil at one and one-half times the system design pressure for a minimum of 30 minutes. The test shall be witnessed in accordance with the designation in the Appendix of this Guide. This test shall include all instrument tubing and fittings. If any leakage occurs, the system shall be retested after all the corrections have been made.

Paragraph 4.3.2.7 (New Paragraph)


When specified on the data sheet, the filters shall be hydrostatically tested on the dirty-oil side with oil at 206 kPa (30 psi) to check for bypass of oil from the dirty to the clean side. The vendor shall submit a testing plan for Mobil review.

Paragraph 4.3.3.1.1 (Addition)


The proposed oil system test program should include a detailed agenda and a data log sheet. The test program should also include:
C

Markedup P&ID that indicates the location of temporary jumpovers and the test flowmeters and pressure switches. Seal oil systems will require hard-piped jumpovers and a gas cylinder so that the seal system pressure can be simulated. All instruments mounted on the skid (valves, pressure switches, control loops, and transmitters) shall be functional. The following switches shall be interconnected to an annunciator during the entire test. (a) (b) (c) (d) Auto pump start. Lube oil low pressure. Seal oil low pressure. Governor oil low pressure.

It shall be the manufacturer's responsibility to provide these switches and indicator lights, even if they are not part of the oil skid materials list.

Paragraph 4.3.3.1.3 (Addition)


System outlet flows, pressures, and temperatures shall be recorded at 15-minute intervals during the entire test. The oil filter differential pressure shall be recorded at the beginning and the end of the test. A high-speed multipen chart recorder, with a minimum chart speed of 5 mm/s (1/4 in./s), shall be used to record the main header pressure, as well as each lube, seal, and control oil header pressure during the transient testing.

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Paragraph 4.3.3.4 (Addition)


The use of alternate drivers requires Mobil approval. A one-hour test run will be required for all drivers that are not used during the four-hour test run.

Paragraph 4.3.3.5.1 (Substitution)


The job pumps shall be used to pressurize the oil system. When the system is at design pressure, it shall be thoroughly checked for leaks. All leaks shall be corrected before testing begins. The reservoir shall be drained to the low-level alarm point during the test to verify that suction vortexing is not occurring.

Paragraph 4.3.3.5.2 (Addition)


The system pumps shall be used to demonstrate the relief valve set point at normal operating temperatures. The filter and housing differential pressure shall be measured at the minimum oil temperature with the normal system flow and pressure. (This is intended to demonstrate that the maximum allowable clean cartridge differential is not exceeded.)

Paragraph 4.3.3.5.4, Second Sentence (Substitution)


This shall be accomplished without the system pressure: (a) Exceeding 95 percent of the relief valve set pressure. - or (b) Dropping below the midpoint between the equipments normal operating pressure and low-alarm pressure.

Paragraph 4.3.3.5.4 (Addition)


Individual flowmeters shall be used to verify the system flow at each oil outlet.

Paragraph 4.3.3.5.5 (Addition)


A high-speed multipen chart recorder shall be used to record system, lube oil, control oil, and seal oil supply pressures. A permanent record of all transient tests shall become part of the test records. A quick-opening valve in conjunction with a fixed orifice shall be used to simulate governor oil flow transient conditions. System pressure drops shall be measured on each oil outlet during each system transient test. Pressure changes on the process gas side of the seal oil system shall be used to demonstrate the ability of this system to react to surge or to speed changes without activating alarms or shutdowns. A seal oil system curve shall be generated to indicate the system outlet oil flow for various reference gas/oil system differential pressures. When a level transmitter is used, the system curve shall be the range of the transmitter.

Paragraph 4.3.3.5.6 (Substitution)


It shall be demonstrated that, after a failure or trip of the main oil pump, the standby pump will start automatically and will return the system to normal operating pressure without dropping the delivery pressure below the midpoint between the equipments normal operating and shutdown pressures. This applies to all of the oil system shutdown switches and the trip throttle valve.

Paragraph 4.3.3.5.9 (New Paragraph)


The following additional items shall be verified during the oil system functional test.

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(a) (b) (c) (d) (e) (f) (g)

Switch action, dead band, and settings for all switches/transmitters. All pressure control valves respond correctly to transient conditions. Oil temperature control valve functions. Reservoir holds the calculated volume of rundown oil (done by dimensional measurement). Seal oil drain traps function. The seal oil system operates when subjected to fluctuating gas pressures. Overspeed trip on turbine drivers function.

(h) Nameplate current rating of motor drivers is not exceeded (at relief valve settings plus accumulation with the minimum oil temperature). (i) (j) (k) (l) Seal oil system responds to operating pressure levels. All block valves provide a tight seal against the system pressure. Electric heater operates with a balanced wattage in each lead. Reservoir weighted manway cover does not jamb when it lifts.

Paragraph 4.3.3.6 (Addition)


Leakage shall be limited to 0.028 m /h (0.125 US gpm).
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Paragraph 4.3.3.7.1 (Addition)


Prior to the test, the cleanliness of all connections from the skid and returning to the reservoir shall be verified. Individual screens or filter elements shall be required for each oil outlet. During the cleanliness test, all piping, coolers, and valves shall be hammered frequently. All control valves and bypasses shall be fully stroked at intervals during the one-hour run. The vendor shall use both pumps and make every effort to double the design velocity of the liquid within the oil piping.

Paragraph 4.3.3.7.2 (Addition)


The oil filters and the oil pump inlet screens shall be included in the visual inspection points.

Paragraph 4.3.3.9 (New Paragraph)


All control panels shall be functionally tested at the vendors shop in accordance with an approved procedure. This procedure shall be submitted for approval two months prior to testing. The control panel test shall consist of the following: (a) A continuity check of all the wiring.

(b) A demonstrated functional test of all relays/circuits associated with control, trip, alarm, indication, and interlock loops. (c) Demonstrated performance of all switches and lights (including the first-out annunciator).

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Demonstrated performance of all electronic instruments. Verification of all power supplies. A test of the panel pressure/purge. A functional test of the horn.

The test shall consist of closing the panel, starting the air purge, and energizing all the instruments for a period of not less than four hours. At the end of the test, the panel shall be opened and the temperature of each instrument shall be measured. A panel cooler shall be required if either one of the following conditions exists: (a) The surface temperature of the individual instruments is above the manufacturers allowable temperature. (b) The temperature rise of each instrument as measured before and after the test, when added to the maximum site ambient temperature, exceeds the manufacturers allowable temperature.

Paragraph 4.4.3.3 (Addition)


The filter housing shall be opened, inspected, and cleaned prior to shipment. The new cartridges shall be installed after the inspection. All reservoirs shall be cleaned and inspected.
SECTION 5 VENDOR'S DATA

Paragraph 5.1, Item (b) (Substitution)


(b) A statement that the system and all equipment are in complete accordance with the requirements of the following: API Standard 614, this Guide, applicable project specifications, prequote meeting minutes, and data sheets. Alternatively, the proposal shall include a specific list with explanations of all deviations from these referenced documents. Deviations may include alternative designs or systems, provided that such alternatives are equivalent, guaranteed, and otherwise in accordance with the specified requirements.

Paragraph 5.1, Item (c) (Substitution)


(c) Copies of the purchasers data sheets [e.g., EGE 15-D-9a (SI Units) or EGE 15-D-9b (Customary Units)] completed to the extent possible. Noncomplying proposals will not be considered.

Paragraph 5.1, Item (h) (Substitution)


(h) A price list of spare parts recommended for normal maintenance purposes. As a minimum, the list shall include: (1) (2) (3) (4) Pump seal, bearings, and gaskets. Turbine bearings and carbon seals. Filter cartridges. Exchanger gaskets.

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(5)

Filter housing head gasket.

Paragraph 5.1, Item (n) (New Item)


(n) Review of subvendors and potential suborders. Subvendor references and experience lists shall be provided.

Paragraph 5.2.2, First Sentence (Substitution)


An oil system vendor coordination/prefabrication meeting shall be held at the vendors shop within four weeks after issuance of the purchase commitment for the oil system. This meeting shall not occur more than 12 weeks after the commitment between the purchaser and the main equipment vendor.

Paragraph 5.2.2 (Addition)


Procurement of components shall not proceed without Mobils review and acceptance of the components selected. Manufacture of the console shall not proceed without Mobils review of the layout of components and piping.

Paragraph 5.2.2, Item (d) (Substitution)


(d) Inspection, expediting, testing schedules, and plans.

Paragraph 5.2.2, Items (h) (New Item)


(h) ISA data sheets are required for all orifices, control valves, relief valves, and instrumentation. Calculation of solenoids is in accordance to Paragraph 3.4.7.2 in the modifications to API Standard 614. Control valve data sheets shall indicate trims available and trims selected. The data sheet shall indicate the maximum, minimum, and normal CV/trim selected. Data sheets for switches shall include set points and dead band requirements.

Paragraph 5.2.2, Item (i) (New Item)


(i) Pump curves shall be furnished at the coordination meeting with the oil system vendor. The curves shall include plots of capacity and horsepower versus relief valve set pressure plus accumulation. Pump curves should be provided for oil viscosity based on 10C and 71C (50F and 160F).

Paragraph 5.2.2, Item (j) (New Item)


(j) Electric heater sizing calculations based on the criteria established in Paragraph 2.3.7.1 in the modifications to API Standard 614.

Paragraph 5.2.2, Item (k) (New Item)


(k) A copy of the test agenda, procedures, and data log sheet.

Paragraph 5.2.2, Item (l) (New Item)


(l) ASME pressure vessel data sheets for the overhead tanks and filters. TEMA data sheets for the coolers.

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Paragraph 5.2.2, Item (m) (New Item)


(m) Review of suborders and copies of all unpriced purchase orders with appropriate specifications.

Paragraph 5.2.2, Item (n) (New Item)


(n) Submittal requirements for deviations or waivers.

Paragraph 5.2.2, Item (o) (New Item)


(o) Flow orifice calculations for the seal oil drainer.

Paragraph 5.2.2, Item (p) (New Item)


(p) Sensing-system design and experience for differential and back-pressure control valves.

Paragraph 5.2.2, Item (q) (New Item)


(q) PLC logic design philosophy.

Paragraph 5.2.3.1 (Purchasers Choice) (Addition)


The vendor shall use current ISA drawing symbology and terminology. When standard terminology cannot be used, the vendor shall indicate deviations in a legend on each drawing or on the first page of multipage drawings. The vendors P&IDs shall reflect the entire oil system, including subvendor control oil systems and subvendor lube oil system requirements and instruments. Designations such as "see subvendor drawings for details" are unacceptable.

Paragraph 5.2.3.3, Item (m-1) (Addition)


(m-1) Grouting details and an estimate of the grout volume that will be required.

Paragraph 5.2.3.3, Item (o) (New Item)


(o) Vendor drawings shall include the proposed skid arrangement, clearly indicating the location of cross-members in relation to mounted components. A drawing of the proposed base for pumps and drivers shall also be included.

Paragraph 5.2.3.4 (Addition)


Normal, maximum, minimum, and transient flows, pressures, and temperatures shall be indicated on the process flow diagram (PFD). (The design details shall indicate the maximum pressure drop of the field run piping.) Estimated flows through the system orifices and relief valves (with continuous leakoff ports) shall be designated on the same drawing.

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The PFD shall include a compressor schematic that indicates the gas reference points for the seal oil system. All instrument calibrations, including relief valves, switches, transmitters, and control valve settings shall be indicated in a table on the PFD. This table shall indicate the manufacturers equipment number and provide a space for the site-specific equipment number.

Paragraph 5.2.3.7 (Purchasers Choice) (Addition)


Purchase orders for major components require the approval of Mobil and should be available at the coordination meeting.

Paragraph 5.2.3.8 (New)


A drawing which indicates the control and interlock system logic shall be provided by the equipment vendor. The drawing shall be in accordance with ISA S5.2. This drawing is required even if the manufacturer does not provide the control system.

Paragraph 5.2.4.2, Item (d) (Purchasers Choice) (Delete) Paragraph 5.2.4.2, Item (e), Last Sentence (Purchasers Choice) (Substitution)
The vendor shall submit certified copies of the test data to the purchaser before shipment.

Paragraph 5.2.4.2, Item (f) (New Item)


If a PLC is included in the package, a ladder logic diagram and a written interlock design document shall be provided for Mobils approval. This documentation shall be written so that it is understandable by nontechnical operating personnel and shall include the following:
C C C C C

Hardware configuration. I/O configuration. Point cross reference dictionary. Alias dictionary. Program logic.

Hard copies and magnetic media copies of the logic program and the program that loads the logic shall be provided.

Paragraph 5.2.5 (Purchasers Choice) (Addition)


The specified frequency shall be one month. This report shall also include information on the procurement of major components.

Appendix A (Substitution)
The schematics included in Appendix A of API Standard 614 (Figures A-1 through A-23H) shall be replaced by Mobil drawings EGE 15-S-1 through EGE 15-S-12.

Appendix D (Addition)
Baseplate structural drawings shall be provided for Mobil approval.

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APPENDIX QUALITY ASSURANCE REQUIREMENTS LEGEND: (V) Vendor certified prior to final inspection. (O) Contractor or Mobil inspector to observe. (W1) Contractors inspector to witness. (W2) Mobil and contractor specialist to witness. 1. Lube/Seal Oil System Overall Cleanliness (W2) Hydrostatic test (W1) Mechanical/performance test (W2) as defined in Paragraph 4.3.3 of this Guide. Final inspection prior to shipment (W1) Noise survey (O) Coolers, overhead tanks, and filters Cleanliness (V) Hydrostatic test (V) Confirmation of code stamps (V) Final inspection prior to shipment (overhead tanks) (W1) Filter clean/dirty test (W2) Piping 100 percent visual inspection (W1) 100 percent dye penetrant test on all pipe welds (V) 5 percent random radiography by line size on all pipe welds. Mobil to receive all copies (V) Chemical/mechanical properties (mill certificates) (V) 2. Degassing and reservoir tank Chemical/mechanical properties (mill certificates) (V) Weld map (V) 100 percent visual inspection on all welds (W1) 100 percent dye penetrant test on all pipe welds (V) 100 percent fill test (W1) Cleanliness (W2) Final inspection (W1) 3. Control panel Functional test (W1) Leak check (W1) Heat soak test (W1)

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Final inspection (W1) (W2) 4. Oil system drivers and pumps No-load run test (V) Driver support dimensional check (W1) 5. Drainer module Chemical/mechanical properties (mill certificates) (V) Weld map (V) 100 percent dye penetrant test on all pipe welds (V) 5 percent random radiography on all pipe welds (V) Functional test (W2) Hydrostatic test (W1) Cleanliness (W2) Final inspection (W1) All vendor-certified documentation shall be available to the inspector during the inspections. Nondestructive testing maps are required for all ultrasonic, magnetic particle, and radiographic inspections.

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PURCHASE

SITE

AS BUILT

APPLICABLE DOCUMENTS

C C C

F F F L F F

A DOT ! INDICATES API 614/EGE 15-B-9 AND SPECIFIES A REQUIREMENT, VALUE, OR CRITERION. OVERALL SYSTEM SCHEMATICS EGE 15-B-9 EGE 15-B-2 EGE 15-B-7 EGE 33-B-9 EGE 16-B-10 & 30 Combined Lube Seal and Control System 15-S-7/8 Booster Lube Seal and Control System 15-S-5/6 Separate Seal Oil System 15-S-3 Seal Oil System-Section Sketches 15-S-4 Lube/Control Systems 15-S-1/2 Single/Dual Cooler Filter Configuration 15-S-9 Relief Valves to Protect Low-Pressure Systems No Yes, for Degassing Tank/Overhead Lube Oil Tank and Degassing

EITHER (BUT BY VENDOR IF NOT BY PURCHASER)

Additional Documents Lube and Seal Oil Systems Rotary Pumps General-Purpose Turbines Induction Motors Piping Sound Levels Other Codes (1.5.2)

INSTALLATION DATA Ambient Site Temp, C Max. Wind Velocity Winterize Location: Min. Tropicalize Norm kph @ Grade Max.

Main Equipment Elevation Oil System Elevation Inner Seal Drain Traps Elevation Degassing Drum Elevation

Space Avail for Oil System, m: L

F F F F F

F F F F F F L FL F G G G G G G G G G G G G G G

Tank 15-S-11 Trap Arrangements/Control Oil 15-S-12

EQUIPMENT OIL REQUIREMENTS NORMAL m3/h Lube Oil: Driven Equip. Prime Mover Gears Couplings Total Control Oil: Normal Transient Total Flow thru Orifices: Seal Oil at Seal Oil at Seal Oil At Settling-Out Pressure Seal Oil At Atmospheric Pressure System Total Flow: m3/hr Oil Type & Viscosity: Min. norm cSt cSt cSt Max. @ 49C @ 70C @ 10C Oil Pour Point C (kPa gage) (kPa gage) kPa gage AFTER TRIP m3/h kPa gage

H Volts Hz Hz Hz Hz Div C kPa gage Press kPa gage Press min min min min C kPa gage kPa gage

BASIC SYSTEM DETAILS Compressor Block-in Time (1.4.2) Equipment Coast Downtime (1.4.4) Equipment Cool-off Time (1.4.9) Driver Other Minimum Startup Oil Temp Settling-Out Pressures (1.4.24) Process Relief Valve Settings Other Special Test Requirements Special Field-Run Conditions Special System Oil Flush Requirements

F F F C F F F F G G G G F F F F G F F

Utilities Oil Pump Driver Power Supply Control System Power Supply Interlock System Power Supply Heater Power Supply Area Classification (2.1.11) Class. Utility Steam Available: Press. Utility Air Pressure Available Purge Gas Available Volts Volts

Volts Group kPa gage Temp Composition

Composition

BASEPLATES (2.2) Point Support Decking: Nonskid Surface/Diamond Plate Deck Plate to Be: Seal Welded/Tacked/Bolted Grouted or Nongrouted Design Epoxy or Cement Grout Preparation

SUPPLY ARRANGEMENT LUBE OIL Separate Console Multiple Package

F F

SEAL OIL

F F

COMBINED

F F F F F

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F F F F G

L L

SEPARATE LUBE

LUBE/SEAL COMB.

SEPARATE SEAL

Material (2.3.13) (Stainless Steel) ASTM Approx Dimensions (Tank Only), m: L W H Free Surface (2.3.6.2.6), m2 Working Capacity, Min. (2.3.6.1.10), m3 Retention Capacity, Min. (2.3.6.1.7), m3 Rundown Capacity (2.3.6.2.3), m3 Normal Operating Range (2.3.6.1.6), m3 Charge Capacity (2.3.6.15), m3 Insulation Supports (2.3.9) Reqd Ladder with Handrails (2.3.12) Reqd Nonskid Decking On Top Reqd Internal Ladder Flanged Vent, size/qty Vent Purge Reqd m /hr/gas Press. Relief Device, type & matl Number of Grounds Reqd (2.3.14) Heater Type - Steam/Electric
3

/ /

/ /

/ /

G F
L L L L C

G F F F F F F

F F F F

Yes/No Yes/No Yes/No Yes/No /

F F F F

Yes/No Yes/No Yes/No Yes/No /

F F F F

Yes/No Yes/No Yes/No Yes/No /

PUMPS AND DRIVERS (2.4) Service Application:

F F

Lube/Seal Combined Separate Lube Oil Yes/No

Separate Seal Oil

Combined Booster Seal Oil

Emergency Pump Required (2.4.2)

F
Main/Stdby Rotary

Yes/No

F
Main/Stdby Rotary

Yes/No

Pump Service Pump Item No. Pump Type (2.4.4) Pump Data Sheet EGE 15-D-2 Horiz./Vert. Driver Item No. Turbine Driver for Turbine Data Sheet EGE 15-D-9 Elec Motor Driver for Elec Motor Data Sheet EGE 33-D-9 Other Driver: for

Main/Stdby

Emergency

Emergency

Emergency

C L

Rotary

Rotary

Rotary

Rotary

F C F C F F
C

Pump Cap. @ 20C Oil & Relief Valve Set Point & Accu. Pump hp Reqd @ 10C & Relief Valve Set Point & Accu. Driver hp Booster Suction Protection (2.4.19) Solenoid Trip Valve (2.4.6) Reqd Rotary Pump Relief Valve Set Point (2.4.10) Suction Strainers Reqd (2.4.15)(Y-Type or Cone) (Temporary/Permanent)

F
L

Yes/No

Yes/No

Yes/No

Yes/No

Yes/No

Yes/No

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L L C L

F F F F L G G G L

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Service Application: Purchasers Item No./Qty Reqd Water or Air Cooled Water Side for Steam Heating (2.5.6) Water Side Corrosion Allowance (mil) Manufacturer Model TEMA Class/Construction Fouling Factor Water/Oil Side Duty Required - kJ/h Duty Design - kJ/h Cooling Water Required for Design Duty, m3/h Tube: L O.D. BWG Design/Test kPa gage, Shell Side Design Temp, C Design/Test kPa gage, Tube Side Design Temp, C Tube Water Velocity, m/s Material: Shell Channels & Covers Tubesheets Tubes ASME Code: Construction/Stamp Required Drain/Vent Valves Required

COOLERS (2.5)

SEPARATE LUBE

LUBE/SEAL COMB.

Page 3 of 10 SEPARATE SEAL

Yes (150C)

Yes (150C)

Yes (150C)

C/AEU

C/AEU

C/AEU

L L L L L L L L L C C FILTERS (2.6) L Service Application C L L L L L C

/ /

/ /

/ /

Yes/No Yes

Yes/No Yes Separate

Yes/No Yes

Lube/Seal Control Oil

Control Oil

Separate Seal Oil

Booster Pump Discharge Oil

Separate Coupling Oil

Purchasers Item No./Qty Reqd Microns (Nominal) Manufacturer Model (Assembly) Model (Cartridge) Design/Test, kPa gage Design Temp, C ASME Code: Construction/Stamp Reqd Yes/No Yes/No Yes/No Yes/No Yes/No

L L L

)P: Assembly Clean with 40C Oil )P: Assembly Clean with 10C Oil )P: Collapse
Material: Housing Cartridges (2.6.4) Cartridge Constr (2.6.4) Furnish Sets of Extra Cartridges:

Trim * Refer to Applicable EGE Data Sheets.

C L L L G L L L

F F F

CONTINUOUS-FLOW TRANSFER VALVES (2.7) Service Application Separate (Fig. 17A) or Common for Coolers & Filters (Fig. 18) Type (2.7.2) Manufacturer Model With Lifting Jack Rating, kPa gage Material: Body Plug or Ball

per Service

Lube/Seal Control Oil

F F

per Filter

(Extra Over Other Ordered Spares)

Separate

Control Oil

Separate Seal Oil

Booster Pump Discharge Oil

Separate Coupling Oil

L
CS SS SS

L
CS SS SS

L
CS SS SS

L
CS SS SS

L
CS SS SS

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F F L F G
L L L L L L L

ACCUMULATORS (2.8) Service Application: Purchasers Item No. Required: Yes or No & Quantity Direct Contact or Bladder Type Rundown (2.8.2), sec Winterization/Heat Trace/Insulation (2.8.3.4)

LUBE OIL

CONTROL OIL

SEAL OIL

Manufacturer Model Nominal/Usable Capacity, m3/h Material: Shell (2.8.3) Bladder Corrosion Allowances, mm Design/Test Pressure, psig Design Temp, C Vessel/Bladder ASME Code: Construction/Stamp Required Include: Charge Pressure Gage (2.8.3.2) Manual Charge Valve (2.8.3.2) Gas Supply Regulator Yes/No

G F F F F F
C L L

OVERHEAD TANKS (2,9,1.4, Fig 2) 15-S-11 or A14 Service Application: Purchaser Item No. Winterization/Heat Tracing/Insulation Flow Through (2.1.11) Direct Contact Tank Tank Plus Bladder Type (2.9.1.5) Flow-Through Design Vertical or Horizontal Mounting Tank Rundown Time (2.9.1, 2.9.2, Fig 2), min Corrosion Allowance, mm Material (2.9.1.1, 2.9.2.1) Total Capacity, m3 Design/Test Pressure, kPa gage Design Temp, C Vessel/Bladder ASME Code: Construction/Stamp Required

F F F

Yes/No

Rundown Lube

F F F

Yes/No

Low-Press. Seal

F F F

Med-Press. Seal

High-Press. Seal

L L L L C L L L L L L C

F F F F F

Yes/No

Yes/No

Yes/No

SS

SS

SS

SS

Yes/No

Yes/No

Yes/No

Yes/No

ACCUMULATOR UNIT (A14) Corrosion Allowance, mm Manufacturer & Quantity Model Material: Shell (2.9.1.1) Bladder Nominal/Usable Capacity, m3 Design/Test Pressure, kPa gage Design Temp, C Vessel/Bladder Max. Bladder Differential Pressure, kPa gage ASME Code: Construction/Stamp Required Yes/No Yes/No Yes/No Yes/No SS SS SS

F G F

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L Seal Design Leakage Rate, m /d L Retention: Hours & m C Seal Vent Is Piped to (2.11.4) C Drain Line Is Piped to (2.11.5) FLOAT TRAP L Manufacturer/Model L Design/Test Pressure, kPa gage L Materials: Body (2.11.1.1) L Float/Trim (2.11.1.2) L Gasketing L ASME Code: Constr/Stamp Required
3 3

F F L F F F F

TRAPS FOR INNER SEAL OIL (DRWG EGE 15-S-12) Service Application: Purchasers Item No. Pots Only, for Manual Drain with: Valving Flush Level Glass High-Level Switch Low-Pressure Seal Oil

Med-Pressure Seal Oil

High-Pressure Seal Oil

Float or Transmitter Controlled (2.11.1.2, 2.11.1.3)

F F F

F F F

F F F

CS SS Yes/No

CS SS Yes/No

CS SS Yes/No

DRAIN POT

F
L L L L L L L L L

Corrosion Allowance, mm Material (2.11.1.1) Design/Test Pressure, kPa gage Design Temp, C ASME Code: Constr/Stamp Required Corrosion Allowance, mm Material: Shell Demisting Mesh Design/Test Pressure, kPa gage Design Temp, C ASME Code: Constr/Stamp Required Yes/No SS SS SS SS SS SS Yes/No Yes/No Yes/No CS CS CS

MIST ELIMINATOR (2.11.3)

DEGASSING DRUM (DWG EGE 15-S-11) Purchasers Item No. Type of Gas to Be Removed Electric Heater Mfg/Model Thermostat Control Range Operating Temp, C m /h: Design Normal/Max. Normal/Max. Capacity, m3 Purge Gas: Type Nm3 Required* Flow Control Required Yes/No Type 304/316/316L SS Oil Piping Spec Gas Piping Spec COMMENTS
3

PIPING (2.13) SYSTEM MATERIALS Steam Piping Spec Water Piping Spec Inst Air Piping/Tubing Spec

F F F F G G G F G F

F
C L

Yes/No Corrosion Allowance, mm Material (2.12.1) ASME Code: Constr/Stamp Reqd Design/Test Press., kPa gage Design Temp, C Oversized Vent (2.12.6) Size/Qty Ejector Required Vacuum/Press. Vent Reqd Breather Required Tank Will Vent To:

Yes/No

SS Yes/No

/ /

F F F F

Yes/No Yes/No Yes/No

*At 0C and 101.3 kPa abs

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C C

Contacts Contacts Contacts

F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F

Contacts Contacts

F F F

C Open C Open
Open Open Open

F F

Close Close

To alarm and be normally To trip and be normally To permit main equip. start (permissive) and be normally To start standby pump and be normally To start emergency pump and be normally

C Close

C Energized C Energized

F F F
Other

De-energized De-energized

NOTE: Normal condition is with the main equipment operating. Switch Enclosures: Junction Box Enclosures: Conduit: Calibrations: Air Signals: Gages Local Equipment Panel: Connections: Explosionproof NEMA 4X Galvanized 20 to 103.4 kPa gage Electronic

F F F F F F F

C Close
Close

Standard English (USA) System Pneumatic Electronic Base

Transmitted Signal for Remote Equipment Panel:

C Terminals at Edge (3.2.5) of

F F F F F F F

F F F

Energized Energized Energized

C De-energized C De-energized
De-energized

Weatherproof Stainless Aluminum

F
SI

Fiberglass

Metric

F F

By Purchaser Direct to Instruments

Substitute Pneumatically Operated (for Direct-Acting) Control Valves: PLC-Based Interlock System: Valve Failure Position:

F F F

Alarms and Permissives

F F F F

Pneumatic Panel All Valves

F F
Group Details

Alarms/Permissives/Shutdowns

Fail Open for Fail Closed for Fail Locked for See Page for Panel-Mounted Items Class. Per Page 9

All Items Locally Mounted, Except: Manufacturers and Models: Service: Panel Identification: Location: Supplied by: Type:

Locally Mounted Instruments-Electrical Area Classification Vendors Standard

F F

Div Purchasers Vendor List Equipment Panel C Remote

PANELS (3.2)

F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F

C C

Console Gage Board A (3.2.1) Local Freestanding or Mounted Mounted on

Equipment Panel B (3.2.2) Local

C Mounted
Open

C Freestanding C

F F F F F

Open or Fully Enclosed Weathertight Purged or Pressurized Purge or Pressure Gas Purge or Pressure Gas Flow Reqd, Nm3* Rear-Access Doors Walk-In Facility Sun and Weather Roof Extension Light, Panel Front/Interior Extra Cutouts Required Heater/Cooler Required Size Limits: Max. Instrument Height Above Floor, m Min. Instrument Height Above Floor, m Spare Terminals Required (25% Min.) Wire Size/Type Materials: Front Panel Key Switches Required for All Shutdown Interlocks Vibration Isolators Electrical Area Classification, Class./Group/Div Panel Utility Power Supply Voltage

F F F

L L

/ CS-304SS-316SS

/ CS-304SS-316SS Yes

/ CS-304SS-316SS

Panel-Mounted Items See Pages 7, 8, 9 of 10 *At 0C and 101.3 kPa abs

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Use the following code letters to show details. F Flush Mount on Front S Surface Mount on Front R Rear of Panel Mount PANEL IDENTIFICATION: E Event Recorder Tie-In Required P Purchaser Supply and Mount V Vendor Supply and Mount L A B C
PERM.(3) ALARM

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T Only a Transmitter Will Be Required C Cutout for Purchaser Item M Mount by Vendor of Purchaser Item

PANEL IDENTIFICATION: ALARM & SHUTDOWN SWITCHES


TRIP

DIFFERENTIAL PRESSURE GAGES Compressor Inlet Filter Buffer Gas Motor Air Filter Separation Gas Main Turbine Inlet Steam Main Turbine Exhaust Main Turbine Extr/Induc Compressor Suction Gas (Ea. Sec.) Compressor Discharge Gas (Ea. Sec.)

TEMPERATURE GAGES

LEVEL INDICATORS/CONTROLLERS Suction Gas Separator Interstage Gas Separator Discharge Gas Separator

PUSHBUTTON STATIONS Main Equipment Start Main Equipment Stop Compressor Block-in Compressor Unblock Annunciator Test/Acknowledge/Reset Equipment Tachometer (Digital) Equipment Speed Control/Governor Motor Wattmeter Motor Ammeter Compressor Inlet Controller Annunciator System (3.3.6) Equipment Flowmeter Event Recorder (3.3.9) Guide Vane Positioner Trip/Throttle Valve Positioner Antisurge Equipment Capacity Control Equipment

MISCELLANEOUS

F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F

PRESSURE GAGES Main Turbine Inlet Main Turbine First Stage Main Turbine Extraction Main Turbine Exhaust Steam Chest First Stage After Extraction Nozzle Bowl Steam Seal Ejector/Eductor Steam Compressor Suction Compressor Discharge Separation Gas Each Compressor Section Vent Gas Pressure Balance Chember(s) Compressor Balance Drum

FUNCTION High Radial Shaft Vibration High Axial Displacement Overspeed Reverse Rotation Seperation Gas Low High Winding Temperature Vent Gas Pressure High Journal Bearing Metal Temp High Thrust Bearing Metal Temp High Compr Discharge Gas Temp High Compr Suction Gas Temp Low Compr Suction Gas Temp High Compr Balance Drum Diff. Press. Remote Unit Shutdown Low Buffer/Purge Gas Pressure Low Buffer/Purge Gas Diff Press. Low Buffer/Purge Gas Flow High Turbine Exhaust Press. (Multistage Turbine) High Turbine Extraction/ Induction Pressure Trip & Throttle Valve Position High Turbine Steam Seal Leakage Turbine Exhaust Overtemp Low Fuel Supply Pressure Failure of Exhaust Overtemp Shutdown Device Combustor Flameout High Diff Press. Inlet Filter High Level in Inlet Gas Separators Governor Common Alarm Antisurge Common Alarm Vibration Monitor Common Alarm Process Common Alarm Process Shutdown Interlocks Bypassed (2) Equipment Shutdown Interlocks Bypassed (2)

MONITORS Vibration/Axial Position Thrust Bearing Metal Temp Journal Bearing Metal Temp Motor Winding RTD

NOTE: (1) All alarm and shutdown switches shall be annunicated in the Local Equipment Panel (B). (2) Requires a keyed switch. (3) Permissive to Start the Main Driver. L = Locally Mounted on Piping, A = Gage Board Mounted, B = Local Equipment Panel, C = Remote Equipment Panel

FF FF FF F F FF FF FF FF FF FF FF F F FF F F FF FF FF F FF FFF FF FF F FF F F F F F F FFF FFF F F F F F

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SI (METRIC) UNITS
Use the following code letters to show details. (Refer to General Notes on first page of Appendix B, API 614.) F Flush Mount on Front S Surface Mount on Front R Rear of Panel Mount PANEL IDENTIFICATION: E Event Recorder Tie-In Required P Purchaser Supply and Mount V Vendor Supply and Mount L A B C
PERM.(3) ST. PUMP ALARM

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T Only a Transmitter Will Be Required C Cutout for Purchaser Item M Mount by Vendor of Purchaser Item PANEL IDENTIFICATION: L A B C

F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F

PRESSURE GAGES Main Lube Oil Pump Discharge Standby Lube Oil Pump Discharge Emergency Lube Oil Pump Discharge Seal Oil Pump Discharge Standby Seal Oil Pump Discharge Emergency Seal Oil Pump Discharge Booster Pump Discharge Standby Booster Pump Discharge Emergency Booster Pump Discharge Lube Oil Header (Ea. Level) Seal Oil Header (Ea. Level) Control Governer Oil Header Pump Turbine Steam Supply Accumulator Precharge Gas Compressor Seal Reference Gas Coupling Oil Purge Gas Supply Each Oil Pump Suction

ALARM & SHUTDOWN SWITCHES


TRIP

FUNCTION Low Lube Oil Reservoir Level Low Seal Oil Reservoir Level High Seal Oil Head Tank Level High-High Seal Oil Head Tank Level Low Seal Oil Head Tank Level Low-Low Seal Oil Head Tank Level Standby Lube Oil Pump Start Low Seal Oil Temp at Supply Header Low Lube Oil Temp at Supply Header Standby Lube Oil Pump Running Standby Seal Oil Pump Running Standby Booster Pump Running Emerg Lube Oil Pump Running High Lube Oil Filter )P High Seal Oil Filter )P High Governor/Control Oil Filter )P High Coupling Oil Filter )P High Seal Oil Drainer Level Low Lube Oil Header Press. (Ea. Level) Low-Low Lube Oil Header Press. (Ea. Level) Low Seal Oil Header Press. (Ea. Level) Low Control/Gov Oil Header Press. Low Seal Oil/Gas )P (Ea. Level) Low-Low Seal Oil/Gas )P (Ea. Level) High Lube Oil Cooler Outlet Temp Low Lube Oil Cooler Outlet Temp High Seal Oil Cooler Outlet Temp Low Seal Oil Cooler Outlet Temp Low Booster Pump Suction Press. (4) Oil System Common Alarm Oil System Interlocks Bypassed (2)

DIFFERENTIAL PRESSURE GAGES Lube Oil Filters Seal Oil Filters Booster Oil Filters Governor Oil Filters Control Oil Filter Coupling Oil Filters Oil Purifier Compressor Seals (Ea. Level) Dry Seal Gas

SIGHT FLOW INDICATORS Coupling Drains (Ea. Coupling) Thrust Bearing Drains (Ea. Bearing) Outer Seal Drains (Ea. Seal) Gear Case Drains Journal Bearing Drains ( Ea. Bearing) Emerg. Lube Oil Rundown Tank Outlet Control Oil Drain Relief Valve Outlet Filter Vent Cooler Vent

F F F F F FF FF F FF F F F F F F F F F F F F F FFF F FFF FF FF F F F F F F F FF F F

INDICATOR LIGHTS Motor On/Off L = Locally Mounted on Piping NOTE: (1) (2) (3) (4) Requires a keyed switch. Permissive to start the main driver. Booster pump trip only. Permissives Satisfied A = Gage Board Mounted Aux Oil Pump On B = Local Equipment Panel Standby Oil Pump Ready to Run C = Remote Equipment Panel

All alarm and shutdown switches shall be annunciated in the Local Equipment Panel (B).

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PANEL-MOUNTED ITEM DETAILS OIL SYSTEM INSTRUMENTATION (Contd) PANEL IDENTIFICATION: LEVEL INDICATORS OR CONTROLLERS Contaminated Seal Oil Drain Traps Seal Oil Drain Trap Level Controller Degassing Tank Lube Oil Reservoir Seal Oil Reservoir Seal Oil Head Tanks* Seal Oil Head Tank Level Controller* MISCELLANEOUS Reservoir Purge Flow Indicators Internal Maintenance-Electrical Socket Panel Electrical Breakers Drawing Pockets Audible Horn/Light L = Locally Mounted on Piping INSTRUMENT SUPPLIERS Pressure Gages Temperature Gages Level Gages Diff Pressure Gages Pressure Switches Diff Pressure Switches Temperature Switches Level Switches Control Valves Pressure Relief Valves Thermal Relief Valves Sight Flow Indicators Pressure Transmitters Main Equipment Vibration Monitor Tachometer Solenoid Valves Annunciator Thermocouples Resistance Temp Detectors Thermowells Aux Pump (On/Off/Auto Switches) Temperature Transmitters Panel Light Antisurge Controller Governor Capacity Control Equipment Tubing Fittings Event Recorder Fan Vibration Switch Electronic Controller PLC Mfr Mfr Mfr Mfr Mfr Mfr Mfr Mfr Mfr Mfr Mfr Mfr Mfr Mfr Mfr Mfr Mfr Mfr Mfr Mfr Mfr Mfr Mfr Mfr Mfr Mfr Mfr Mfr Mfr Mfr Mfr Mfr Mfr Mfr Mfr Mfr Model Number Model Number Model Number Model Number Model Number Model Number Model Number Model Number Model Number Model Number Model Number Model Number Model Number Model Number Model Number Model Number Model Number Model Number Model Number Model Number Model Number Model Number Model Number Model Number Model Number Model Number Model Number Model Number Model Number Model Number Model Number Model Number Model Number Model Number Model Number Model Number No/Yes/Both A = Gage Board Mounted L A B C PANEL IDENTIFICATION:

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F F F F F F F F F F F F F F

TEMPERATURE GAGES/THERMOWELL Lube Oil Cooler Inlet Lube Oil Cooler Outlet Seal Oil Cooler Inlet Seal Oil Cooler Outlet Lube Oil Reservoir Seal Oil Reservoir Journal Bearing Outlet (Each Bearing) Thrust Bearing Outlet (Each Bearing) Seal Outlet (Each Seal) Degassing Tank Gear Case Drain Overhead Seal Oil Tank Lube Oil Header (Each Level) Seal Oil Header (Each Level) B = Local Equipment Panel C = Remote Equipment Panel

Mfr Model Number *At pressures over 6.89 MPa the vendor shall take special precautions in selecting this equipment.

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F F F F F

F F F F
C C C C C C

SHOP INSPECTION (4.2): APPLICABLE EGEs EGE 00-B-21 Pressure Components & Piping Containing Equip Welding and Weld Inspection EGE 16-B-40 Piping - Fab. Erection, Inspection & Testing Material Certifications to Be Furnished Supply Certified Copies of All Test Logs & Data (5.2.3.2)

SHOP TESTS OF SYSTEMS (4.1.4.3) Required/Observed MISCELLANEOUS DOCUMENTATION Cleanliness Four-Hour Run Check Controls Changeovers (Coolers/Filters) Changeover (Control Seal Transient) One- and Two-Pump Operation Sound Levels Hydrostatic Filter Clean/Dirty Side Test (4.3.2.7)

C C C C C

Spare Parts Quotation with Proposal (5.1, h) Spare Parts Quotation After Contract (5.2, 4.5) Above Based on Normal Supply for Progress Reports (5.2.5) Component Selection Review (5.2.2) Months

F C F
C C C

F F F F
L L L

OIL CONDITIONERS (2.10) Purchasers Item No. Service Used In Type Portable or Mounted on Rated m /h of Oil Manufacturer Model Driver: For kW & Enclosure Volt/Phase/Hz Water Removal Efficiency Contaminant Removal Efficiency Flash Point Recovery Materials of Construction Viscosity Recovery
3

Supply Certified Copies of All Test Logs and Data Tests Shall Require

F F F F F* F* F F F F

Witnessed

F F F F F F F F F F

Weeks Notice (5.2.3.2)

PREPARATION FOR SHIPMENT (4.4) (EPG 00-B-25) GENERAL

L L L

G L F G G

F F C F F F F F F F

Install New Filter Elements and Tag (4.4.3.13) Include Extra Filter Element Sets Box Above Extra Sets w/the System Qty Other Spares

OSHA Warning Tag on Each Assembly (4.45)

Vendor SYSTEM & COMPONENTS Domestic Export Extended Storage Std.

Purchasers Std.

F F F F

F F F F

Months

Months

SPARE PARTS Domestic Export Extended Storage

Months

Months

G G G G G

WEIGHTS Separate Console, kg SPACE REQUIREMENTS: Separate Lube Console, m Separate Seal Console, m Combined Console, m Control Panel, m

EMPTY LENGTH

OPERATING WIDTH HEIGHT

(*)A high speed recorder shall be used to indicate the speed of response of the control valve located downstream of the pumps.

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ISSUE 1 2 APPLICABLE TO: FOR OIL SYSTEM(S) FOR SUPPLIER DATE NOTES: 1. 2. INQUIRY NO. INFORMATION TO BE COMPLETED BY: PURCHASER VENDOR MANUFACTURER REQUISITION NO. APPROVED 3 ISSUE 4 PROPOSAL APPROVED JOB NO. DATE

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Page 1 of 10 ITEM NO. REVISION

PURCHASE

SITE

AS BUILT

APPLICABLE DOCUMENTS

C C C C

F F F L F F

A DOT ! INDICATES API 614/EGE 15-B-9 AND SPECIFIES A REQUIREMENT, VALUE, OR CRITERION. OVERALL SYSTEM SCHEMATICS EGE 15-B-9 EGE 15-B-2 EGE 15-B-7 EGE 33-B-9 EGE 16-B-10 & 30 Combined Lube Seal and Control System 15-S-7/8 Booster Lube Seal and Control System 15-S-5/6 Separate Seal Oil System 15-S-3 Seal Oil System-Section Sketches 15-S-4 Lube/Control Systems 15-S-1/2 Single/Dual Cooler Filter Configuration 15-S-9 Relief Valves to Protect Low-Pressure Systems No Yes, for Degassing Tank/Overhead Lube Oil Tank and Degassing

EITHER (BUT BY VENDOR IF NOT BY PURCHASER)

Additional Documents Lube and Seal Oil Systems Rotary Pumps General-Purpose Turbines Induction Motors Piping Sound Levels Other Codes (1.5.2)

INSTALLATION DATA Ambient Site Temp, F Max. Wind Velocity Winterize Location: Min. Tropicalize Norm mph @ Grade Max.

Main Equipment Elevation Oil System Elevation Inner Seal Drain Traps Elevation Degassing Drum Elevation

Space Avail for Oil System, ft: L

F F F F F

F F F F F F L FL F G G G G G G G G G G G G G G

Tank 15-S-11 Trap Arrangements/Control Oil 15-S-12

EQUIPMENT OIL REQUIREMENTS NORMAL gpm Lube Oil: Driven Equip. Prime Mover Gears Couplings Total Control Oil: Normal Transient Total Flow thru Orifices: Seal Oil at Seal Oil at Seal Oil At Settling-Out Pressure Seal Oil At Atmospheric Pressure System Total Flow: m3/hr Oil Type & Viscosity: @ 120F @ 160F @ 50F Oil Pour Point F Min. norm SSU SSU SSU Max. (psig) (psig) psig AFTER TRIP gpm psig

H Volts Hz Hz Hz Hz Div Temp psig Pressure min min min min F psig psig F psig Pressure

BASIC SYSTEM DETAILS Compressor Block-in Time (1.4.2) Equipment Coast Downtime (1.4.4) Equipment Cool-off Time (1.4.9) Driver Other Minimum Startup Oil Temp Settling-Out Pressures (1.4.24) Process Relief Valve Settings Other Special Test Requirements Special Field-Run Conditions Special System Oil Flush Requirements

F F F C F F F F G G G G F F F F G F F

Utilities Oil Pump Driver Power Supply Control System Power Supply Interlock System Power Supply Heater Power Supply Utility Steam Available: Press. Utility Air Pressure Available Purge Gas Available Volts Area Classification (2.1.11) Class. Volts

Volts Group psig Composition

Composition

BASEPLATES (2.2) Point Support Decking: Nonskid Surface/Diamond Plate Deck Plate to Be: Seal Welded/Tacked/Bolted Grouted or Nongrouted Design Epoxy or Cement Grout Preparation

SUPPLY ARRANGEMENT LUBE OIL Separate Console Multiple Package

F F

SEAL OIL

F F

COMBINED

F F F F F

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RESERVOIR (2.3) Service Application: Purchasers Item No. Figure Nos. (1,A22) Other Requirements

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F F F F G

L L

SEPARATE LUBE

LUBE/SEAL COMB.

SEPARATE SEAL

Material (2.3.13) (Stainless Steel) ASTM Approx Dimensions (Tank Only), ft: L W H Free Surface (2.3.6.2.6), ft2 Working Capacity, Min. (2.3.6.1.10),US gal Retention Capacity, Min. (2.3.6.1.7), US gal Rundown Capacity (2.3.6.2.3), US gal Normal Operating Range (2.3.6.1.6), US gal/in. Charge Capacity (2.3.6.15), US gal Insulation Supports (2.3.9) Reqd Ladder with Handrails (2.3.12) Reqd Nonskid Decking On Top Reqd Internal Ladder Flanged Vent, size/qty Vent Purge Reqd scfm/gas Press. Relief Device, type & matl Number of Grounds Reqd (2.3.14) Heater Type - Steam/Electric / / / / / /

G F
L L L L C

G F F F F F F

F F F F

Yes/No Yes/No Yes/No Yes/No /

F F F F

Yes/No Yes/No Yes/No Yes/No /

F F F F

Yes/No Yes/No Yes/No Yes/No /

PUMPS AND DRIVERS (2.4) Service Application:

F F

Lube/Seal Combined Separate Lube Oil Yes/No

Separate Seal Oil

Combined Booster Seal Oil

Emergency Pump Required (2.4.2)

F
Main/Stdby Rotary

Yes/No

F
Main/Stdby Rotary

Yes/No

Pump Service Pump Item No. Pump Type (2.4.4) Pump Data Sheet EGE 15-D-2 Horiz./Vert. Driver Item No. Turbine Driver for Turbine Data Sheet EGE 15-D-9 Elec Motor Driver for Elec Motor Data Sheet EGE 33-D-9 Other Driver: for

Main/Stdby

Emergency

Emergency

Emergency

C L

Rotary

Rotary

Rotary

Rotary

F C F C F F
C

Pump Cap. @ 160F Oil & Relief Valve Set Pnt. & Accu. Pump hp Reqd @ 50F & Relief Valve Set Pnt. & Accu. Driver hp Booster Suction Protection (2.4.19) Solenoid Trip Valve (2.4.6) Reqd Rotary Pump Relief Valve Set Point (2.4.10) Suction Strainers Reqd (2.4.15)(Y-Type or Cone) (Temporary/Permanent)

F
L

Yes/No

Yes/No

Yes/No

Yes/No

Yes/No

Yes/No

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COOLERS (2.5) Service Application: Purchasers Item No./Qty Reqd Water or Air Cooled Water Side for Steam Heating (2.5.6) Water Side Corrosion Allowance (mil) Manufacturer Model TEMA Class/Construction Fouling Factor Water/Oil Side Duty Required - kJ/h Duty Design - kJ/h Cooling Water Reqrd. for Design Duty,US gpm Tube: L O.D. BWG Design/Test psig, Shell Side Design Temp, F Design/Test psig, Tube Side Design Temp, F Tube Water Velocity, ft/s Material: Shell Channels & Covers Tubesheets Tubes ASME Code: Construction/Stamp Required Drain/Vent Valves Required

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L L C L

F F F F L G G G L

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SEPARATE LUBE

LUBE/SEAL COMB.

Page 3 of 10 SEPARATE SEAL

Yes (300F)

Yes (300F)

Yes (300F)

C/AEU

C/AEU

C/AEU

L L L L L L L L L C C FILTERS (2.6) L Service Application C L L L L L C

/ /

/ /

/ /

Yes/No Yes

Yes/No Yes Separate

Yes/No Yes

Lube/Seal Control Oil

Control Oil

Separate Seal Oil

Booster Pump Discharge Oil

Separate Coupling Oil

Purchasers Item No./Qty Reqd Microns (Nominal) Manufacturer Model (Assembly) Model (Cartridge) Design/Test, psig Design Temp, F ASME Code: Construction/Stamp Reqd Yes/No Yes/No Yes/No Yes/No Yes/No

L L L

)P: Assembly Clean with 100F Oil )P: Assembly Clean with 50F Oil )P: Collapse
Material: Housing Cartridges (2.6.4) Cartridge Constr (2.6.4) Furnish Sets of Extra Cartridges:

Trim * Refer to Applicable EGE Data Sheets.

C L L L G L L L

F F F

CONTINUOUS-FLOW TRANSFER VALVES (2.7) Service Application Separate (Fig. 17A) or Common for Coolers & Filters (Fig. 18) Type (2.7.2) Manufacturer Model With Lifting Jack Rating, psig Material: Body Plug or Ball

per Service

Lube/Seal Control Oil

F F

per Filter

(Extra Over Other Ordered Spares)

Separate

Control Oil

Separate Seal Oil

Booster Pump Discharge Oil

Separate Coupling Oil

L
CS SS SS

L
CS SS SS

L
CS SS SS

L
CS SS SS

L
CS SS SS

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F F L F G
L L L L L L L

ACCUMULATORS (2.8) Service Application: Purchasers Item No. Required: Yes or No & Quantity Direct Contact or Bladder Type Rundown (2.8.2), sec Winterization/Heat Tracing/Insulation (2.8.3.4)

LUBE OIL

CONTROL OIL

SEAL OIL

Manufacturer Model Nominal/Usable Capacity, US gal Material: Shell (2.8.3) Bladder Corrosion Allowances, mils Design/Test Pressure, psig Design Temp, F Vessel/Bladder ASME Code: Construction/Stamp Required Include: Charge Pressure Gage (2.8.3.2) Manual Charge Valve (2.8.3.2) Gas Supply Regulator Yes/No

G F F F F F
C L L

OVERHEAD TANKS (2,9,1.4, Fig 2) 15-S-11 or A14 Service Application: Purchaser Item No. Winterization/Heat Trace/Insulation Flow Through (2.1.11) Direct Contact Tank Tank Plus Bladder Type (2.9.1.5) Flow-Through Design Vertical or Horizontal Mounting Tank Rundown Time (2.9.1, 2.9.2, Fig 2), min Corrosion Allowance, mil Material (2.9.1.1, 2.9.2.1) Total Capacity, US gal Design/Test Pressure, psig Design Temp, F Vessel/Bladder ASME Code: Construction/Stamp Required

F F F

Yes/No

Rundown Lube

F F F

Yes/No

Low-Press. Seal

F F F

Med-Press. Seal

High-Press. Seal

L L L L C L L L L L L C

F F F F F

Yes/No

Yes/No

Yes/No

SS

SS

SS

SS

Yes/No

Yes/No

Yes/No

Yes/No

ACCUMULATOR UNIT (A14) Corrosion Allowance, mil Manufacturer & Quantity Model Material: Shell (2.9.1.1) Bladder Nominal/Usable Capacity, US gal Design/Test Pressure, psig Design Temp, F Vessel/Bladder Max. Bladder Differential Pressure, psig ASME Code: Construction/Stamp Required Yes/No Yes/No Yes/No Yes/No SS SS SS

F G F

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TRAPS FOR INNER SEAL OIL (DRWG EGE 15-S-12) Service Application: Purchasers Item No. Pots Only, for Manual Drain with: Valving Flush Level Glass High-Level Switch Low-Pressure Seal Oil

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L Seal Design Leakage Rate, gpd L Retention: Hours & US gal C Seal Vent Is Piped to (2.11.4) C Drain Line Is Piped to (2.11.5) FLOAT TRAP L Manufacturer/Model L Design/Test Pressure, psig L Materials: Body (2.11.1.1) L Float/Trim (2.11.1.2) L Gasketing L ASME Code: Constr/Stamp Required
DRAIN POT

F F L F F F F

Med-Pressure Seal Oil

High-Pressure Seal Oil

Float or Transmitter Controlled (2.11.1.2, 2.11.1.3)

F F F

F F F

F F F

CS SS Yes/No

CS SS Yes/No

CS SS Yes/No

F
L L L L L L L L L

Corrosion Allowance, mil Material (2.11.1.1) Design/Test Pressure, psig Design Temp, F ASME Code: Constr/Stamp Required Corrosion Allowance, mil Material: Shell Demisting Mesh Design/Test Pressure, psig Design Temp, F ASME Code: Constr/Stamp Required Yes/No SS SS SS SS SS SS Yes/No Yes/No Yes/No CS CS CS

MIST ELIMINATOR (2.11.3)

DEGASSING DRUM (DWG EGE 15-S-11) Purchasers Item No. Type of Gas to Be Removed Electric Heater Mfg/Model Thermostat Control Range Operating Temp, F US gpm: Design Normal/Max. Normal/Max. Capacity, US gal Purge Gas: Type scfm Required* Flow Control Required Yes/No Type 304/316/316L SS Oil Piping Spec Gas Piping Spec COMMENTS / / /

PIPING (2.13) SYSTEM MATERIALS Steam Piping Spec Water Piping Spec Inst Air Piping/Tubing Spec

F F F F G G G F G F

F
C L

Yes/No Corrosion Allowance, mil Material (2.12.1) ASME Code: Constr/Stamp Reqd Design/Test Press., psig Design Temp, F Oversized Vent (2.12.6) Size/Qty Ejector Required Vacuum/Press. Vent Reqd Breather Required Tank Will Vent To:

Yes/No

SS Yes/No

F F F F

Yes/No Yes/No Yes/No

*At 60F and 14.7 psia

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C C

Contacts Contacts Contacts

F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F

Contacts Contacts

F F F

C Open C Open
Open Open Open

F F

Close Close

To alarm and be normally To trip and be normally To permit main equip. start (permissive) and be normally To start standby pump and be normally To start emergency pump and be normally

C Close

C Energized C Energized

F F F
Other

De-energized De-energized

NOTE: Normal condition is with the main equipment operating. Switch Enclosures: Junction Box Enclosures: Conduit: Calibrations: Air Signals: Gages Local Equipment Panel: Connections: Explosionproof NEMA 4X Galvanized 3 to 15 psig Electronic

F F F F F F F

C Close
Close

Standard English (USA) System Pneumatic Electronic Base

Transmitted Signal for Remote Equipment Panel:

C Terminals at Edge (3.2.5) of

F F F F F F F

F F F

Energized Energized Energized

C De-energized C De-energized
De-energized

Weatherproof Stainless Aluminum

F
SI

Fiberglass

Metric

F F

By Purchaser Direct to Instruments

Substitute Pneumatically Operated (for Direct-Acting) Control Valves: PLC-Based Interlock System: Valve Failure Position:

F F F

Alarms and Permissives

F F F F

Pneumatic Panel All Valves

F F
Group Details

Alarms/Permissives/Shutdowns

Fail Open for Fail Closed for Fail Locked for See Page for Panel-Mounted Items Class. Per Page 9

All Items Locally Mounted, Except: Manufacturers and Models: Service: Panel Identification: Location: Supplied by: Type:

Locally Mounted Instruments-Electrical Area Classification Vendors Standard

F F

Div Purchasers Vendor List Equipment Panel C Remote

PANELS (3.2)

F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F

C C

Console Gage Board A (3.2.1) Local Freestanding or Mounted Mounted on

Equipment Panel B (3.2.2) Local

C Mounted
Open

C Freestanding C

F F F F F

Open or Fully Enclosed Weathertight Purged or Pressurized Purge or Pressure Gas Purge or Pressure Gas Flow Reqd, scfm* Rear-Access Doors Walk-In Facility Sun and Weather Roof Extension Light, Panel Front/Interior Extra Cutouts Required Heater/Cooler Required Size Limits: Max. Instrument Height Above Floor, ft Min. Instrument Height Above Floor, ft Spare Terminals Required (25% Min.) Wire Size/Type Materials: Front Panel Key Switches Required for All Shutdown Interlocks Vibration Isolators Electrical Area Classification, Class./Group/Div Panel Utility Power Supply Voltage

F F F

L L

/ CS-304SS-316SS

/ CS-304SS-316SS Yes

/ CS-304SS-316SS

Panel-Mounted Items See Pages 7, 8, 9 of 10 *At 60F and 14.7 psia

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Use the following code letters to show details. F Flush Mount on Front S Surface Mount on Front R Rear of Panel Mount PANEL IDENTIFICATION: PRESSURE GAGES Main Turbine Inlet Main Turbine First Stage Main Turbine Extraction Main Turbine Exhaust Steam Chest First Stage After Extraction Nozzle Bowl Steam Seal Ejector/Eductor Steam Compressor Suction Compressor Discharge Separation Gas Each Compressor Section Vent Gas Pressure Balance Chember(s) Compressor Balance Drum Compressor Inlet Filter Buffer Gas Motor Air Filter Separation Gas Main Turbine Inlet Steam Main Turbine Exhaust Main Turbine Extr/Induc Compressor Suction Gas (Ea. Sec.) Compressor Discharge Gas (Ea. Sec.) E Event Recorder Tie-In Required P Purchaser Supply and Mount V Vendor Supply and Mount L A B C
PERM.(3) ALARM

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T Only a Transmitter Will Be Required C Cutout for Purchaser Item M Mount by Vendor of Purchaser Item

PANEL IDENTIFICATION: ALARM & SHUTDOWN SWITCHES


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DIFFERENTIAL PRESSURE GAGES

TEMPERATURE GAGES

LEVEL INDICATORS/CONTROLLERS Suction Gas Separator Interstage Gas Separator Discharge Gas Separator

PUSHBUTTON STATIONS Main Equipment Start Main Equipment Stop Compressor Block-in Compressor Unblock Annunciator Test/Acknowledge/Reset Equipment Tachometer (Digital) Equipment Speed Control/Governor Motor Wattmeter Motor Ammeter Compressor Inlet Controller Annunciator System (3.3.6) Equipment Flowmeter Event Recorder (3.3.9) Guide Vane Positioner Trip/Throttle Valve Positioner Antisurge Equipment Capacity Control Equipment

MISCELLANEOUS

F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F

FUNCTION High Radial Shaft Vibration High Axial Displacement Overspeed Reverse Rotation Seperation Gas Low High Winding Temperature Vent Gas Pressure High Journal Bearing Metal Temp High Thrust Bearing Metal Temp High Compr Discharge Gas Temp High Compr Suction Gas Temp Low Compr Suction Gas Temp High Compr Balance Drum Diff. Press. Remote Unit Shutdown Low Buffer/Purge Gas Pressure Low Buffer/Purge Gas Diff Press. Low Buffer/Purge Gas Flow High Turbine Exhaust Press. (Multistage Turbine) High Turbine Extraction/ Induction Pressure Trip & Throttle Valve Position High Turbine Steam Seal Leakage Turbine Exhaust Overtemp Low Fuel Supply Pressure Failure of Exhaust Overtemp Shutdown Device Combustor Flameout High Diff Press. Inlet Filter High Level in Inlet Gas Separators Governor Common Alarm Antisurge Common Alarm Vibration Monitor Common Alarm Process Common Alarm Process Shutdown Interlocks Bypassed (2) Equipment Shutdown Interlocks Bypassed (2)

MONITORS Vibration/Axial Position Thrust Bearing Metal Temp Journal Bearing Metal Temp Motor Winding RTD

NOTE: (1) All alarm and shutdown switches shall be annunicated in the Local Equipment Panel (B). (2) Requires a keyed switch. (3) Permissive to Start the Main Driver. L = Locally Mounted on Piping, A = Gage Board Mounted, B = Local Equipment Panel, C = Remote Equipment Panel

FF FF FF F F FF FF FF FF FF FF FF F F FF F F FF FF FF F FF FFF FF FF F FF F F F F F F FFF FFF F F F F F

MOBIL ENGINEERING GUIDE OIL SYSTEM DATA SHEET (OIL SKID)


CUSTOMARY UNITS
Use the following code letters to show details. (Refer to General Notes on first page of Appendix B, API 614.) F Flush Mount on Front S Surface Mount on Front R Rear of Panel Mount PANEL IDENTIFICATION: PRESSURE GAGES Main Lube Oil Pump Discharge Standby Lube Oil Pump Discharge Emergency Lube Oil Pump Discharge Seal Oil Pump Discharge Standby Seal Oil Pump Discharge Emergency Seal Oil Pump Discharge Booster Pump Discharge Standby Booster Pump Discharge Emergency Booster Pump Discharge Lube Oil Header (Ea. Level) Seal Oil Header (Ea. Level) Control Governer Oil Header Pump Turbine Steam Supply Accumulator Precharge Gas Compressor Seal Reference Gas Coupling Oil Purge Gas Supply Each Oil Pump Suction E Event Recorder Tie-In Required P Purchaser Supply and Mount V Vendor Supply and Mount L A B C
PERM.(3) ST. PUMP ALARM

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T Only a Transmitter Will Be Required C Cutout for Purchaser Item M Mount by Vendor of Purchaser Item PANEL IDENTIFICATION: L A B C

F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F

ALARM & SHUTDOWN SWITCHES


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FUNCTION Low Lube Oil Reservoir Level Low Seal Oil Reservoir Level High Seal Oil Head Tank Level High-High Seal Oil Head Tank Level Low Seal Oil Head Tank Level Low-Low Seal Oil Head Tank Level Standby Lube Oil Pump Start Low Seal Oil Temp at Supply Header Low Lube Oil Temp at Supply Header Standby Lube Oil Pump Running Standby Seal Oil Pump Running Standby Booster Pump Running Emerg Lube Oil Pump Running High Lube Oil Filter )P High Seal Oil Filter )P High Governor/Control Oil Filter )P High Coupling Oil Filter )P High Seal Oil Drainer Level Low Lube Oil Header Press. (Ea. Level) Low-Low Lube Oil Header Press. (Ea. Level) Low Seal Oil Header Press. (Ea. Level) Low Control/Gov Oil Header Press. Low Seal Oil/Gas )P (Ea. Level) Low-Low Seal Oil/Gas )P (Ea. Level) High Lube Oil Cooler Outlet Temp Low Lube Oil Cooler Outlet Temp High Seal Oil Cooler Outlet Temp Low Seal Oil Cooler Outlet Temp Low Booster Pump Suction Press. (4) Oil System Common Alarm Oil System Interlocks Bypassed (2)

DIFFERENTIAL PRESSURE GAGES Lube Oil Filters Seal Oil Filters Booster Oil Filters Governor Oil Filters Control Oil Filter Coupling Oil Filters Oil Purifier Compressor Seals (Ea. Level) Dry Seal Gas

SIGHT FLOW INDICATORS Coupling Drains (Ea. Coupling) Thrust Bearing Drains (Ea. Bearing) Outer Seal Drains (Ea. Seal) Gear Case Drains Journal Bearing Drains ( Ea. Bearing) Emerg. Lube Oil Rundown Tank Outlet Control Oil Drain Relief Valve Outlet Filter Vent Cooler Vent

F F F F F FF FF F FF F F F F F F F F F F F F F FFF F FFF FF FF F F F F F F F FF F F

INDICATOR LIGHTS Motor On/Off L = Locally Mounted on Piping NOTE: (1) (2) (3) (4) Requires a keyed switch. Permissive to start the main driver. Booster pump trip only. Permissives Satisfied A = Gage Board Mounted Aux Oil Pump On B = Local Equipment Panel Standby Oil Pump Ready to Run C = Remote Equipment Panel

All alarm and shutdown switches shall be annunciated in the Local Equipment Panel (B).

MOBIL ENGINEERING GUIDE OIL SYSTEM DATA SHEET/SKID


CUSTOMARY UNITS
PANEL-MOUNTED ITEM DETAILS OIL SYSTEM INSTRUMENTATION (Contd) PANEL IDENTIFICATION: LEVEL INDICATORS OR CONTROLLERS Contaminated Seal Oil Drain Traps Seal Oil Drain Trap Level Controller Degassing Tank Lube Oil Reservoir Seal Oil Reservoir Seal Oil Head Tanks* Seal Oil Head Tank Level Controller* MISCELLANEOUS Reservoir Purge Flow Indicators Internal Maintenance-Electrical Socket Panel Electrical Breakers Drawing Pockets Audible Horn/Light L = Locally Mounted on Piping INSTRUMENT SUPPLIERS Pressure Gages Temperature Gages Level Gages Diff Pressure Gages Pressure Switches Diff Pressure Switches Temperature Switches Level Switches Control Valves Pressure Relief Valves Thermal Relief Valves Sight Flow Indicators Pressure Transmitters Main Equipment Vibration Monitor Tachometer Solenoid Valves Annunciator Thermocouples Resistance Temp Detectors Thermowells Aux Pump (On/Off/Auto Switches) Temperature Transmitters Panel Light Antisurge Controller Governor Capacity Control Equipment Tubing Fittings Event Recorder Fan Vibration Switch Electronic Controller PLC Mfr Mfr Mfr Mfr Mfr Mfr Mfr Mfr Mfr Mfr Mfr Mfr Mfr Mfr Mfr Mfr Mfr Mfr Mfr Mfr Mfr Mfr Mfr Mfr Mfr Mfr Mfr Mfr Mfr Mfr Mfr Mfr Mfr Mfr Mfr Mfr Model Number Model Number Model Number Model Number Model Number Model Number Model Number Model Number Model Number Model Number Model Number Model Number Model Number Model Number Model Number Model Number Model Number Model Number Model Number Model Number Model Number Model Number Model Number Model Number Model Number Model Number Model Number Model Number Model Number Model Number Model Number Model Number Model Number Model Number Model Number Model Number No/Yes/Both A = Gage Board Mounted L A B C PANEL IDENTIFICATION:

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F F F F F F F F F F F F F F

TEMPERATURE GAGES/THERMOWELL Lube Oil Cooler Inlet Lube Oil Cooler Outlet Seal Oil Cooler Inlet Seal Oil Cooler Outlet Lube Oil Reservoir Seal Oil Reservoir Journal Bearing Outlet (Each Bearing) Thrust Bearing Outlet (Each Bearing) Seal Outlet (Each Seal) Degassing Tank Gear Case Drain Overhead Seal Oil Tank Lube Oil Header (Each Level) Seal Oil Header (Each Level) B = Local Equipment Panel C = Remote Equipment Panel

Mfr Model Number *At pressures over 1000 psi the vendor shall take special precautions in selecting this equipment.

MOBIL ENGINEERING GUIDE OIL SYSTEM DATA SHEET


CUSTOMARY UNITS PAINTING (4.4.2) Component Supplier Standard Unified System Supplier Standard Special Baseplate - Grout Compatible Paint Accessways

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F F F F F

F F F F
C C C C C C

SHOP INSPECTION (4.2): APPLICABLE EGEs EGE 00-B-21 Pressure Components & Piping Containing Equip Welding and Weld Inspection EGE 16-B-40 Piping - Fab. Erection, Inspection & Testing Material Certifications to Be Furnished Supply Certified Copies of All Test Logs & Data (5.2.3.2)

SHOP TESTS OF SYSTEMS (4.1.4.3) Required/Observed MISCELLANEOUS DOCUMENTATION Cleanliness Four-Hour Run Check Controls Changeovers (Coolers/Filters) Changeover (Control Seal Transient) One- and Two-Pump Operation Sound Levels Hydrostatic Filter Clean/Dirty Side Test (4.3.2.7)

C C C C C

Spare Parts Quotation with Proposal (5.1, h) Spare Parts Quotation After Contract (5.2, 4.5) Above Based on Normal Supply for Progress Reports (5.2.5) Component Selection Review (5.2.2) Months

F C F
C C C

F F F F
L L L

OIL CONDITIONERS (2.10) Purchasers Item No. Service Used In Type Portable or Mounted on Rated US gpm of Oil Manufacturer Model Driver: For hp & Enclosure Volt/Phase/Hz Water Removal Efficiency Contaminant Removal Efficiency Flash Point Recovery Materials of Construction Viscosity Recovery

Supply Certified Copies of All Test Logs and Data Tests Shall Require

F F F F F* F* F F F F

Witnessed

F F F F F F F F F F

Weeks Notice (5.2.3.2)

PREPARATION FOR SHIPMENT (4.4) (EPG 00-B-25) GENERAL

L L L

G L F G G

F F C F F F F F F F

Install New Filter Elements and Tag (4.4.3.13) Include Extra Filter Element Sets Box Above Extra Sets w/the System Qty Other Spares

OSHA Warning Tag on Each Assembly (4.45)

Vendor SYSTEM & COMPONENTS Domestic Export Extended Storage Std.

Purchasers Std.

F F F F

F F F F

Months

Months

SPARE PARTS Domestic Export Extended Storage

Months

Months

G G G G G

WEIGHTS Separate Console, lb SPACE REQUIREMENTS: Separate Lube Console, ft Separate Seal Console, ft Combined Console, ft Control Panel, ft

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OPERATING WIDTH HEIGHT

(*) A high speed recorder shall be used to indicate the speed of response of the control valve located downstream of the pumps.