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IS 11335

: 1995

( Reaffirmed 2004 )

( y?;tr g;r*wvr
)

Indian Standard

SHIPBUILDING- CASTIRONGATEVALVES
FORUSEINMARINEPIPEWORK
SYSTEM- SPECIFICATION
( First Revision )

UDC

629-12-061 : 621.646.5 [ 669.13 ]

@ BIS 1995

BUREAU
MANAK

February 1995

OF
BHAVA~N,

INDIAN

STANDARDS

9 BAHADUR
SHAH
NEW
DELHI IlOO

ZAFAR

MARO

Price Group 5

Shipbuilding

Sectional Committee,

TE 17

FOREWORD
This Indian Standard ( First Revision ) was adopted by the Bureau of Indian Standards, after the
draft finalized by the Shipbuilding Sectional Committee had been approved by the Transport
Engineering Division Council.
This standard was first issued in 1984 and is one of a series of Indian Standards on valves for
assistance
use in marine pipework systems. In the preparation cf the 1984 version, considerable
had been derived from BSMA 65 : Part 1 : 1975 Specifications for general purpose and petroleum
industry valves for use in marine pipework systems : Summary and application,
Part 1 Cast iron
( BSI j. The present revision has been
gate valves, issued by the British Standards InsGtution
undertaken in the light of experience gained and comments received from Shipbuilding
Industry.
In this revision face to face dimensions for sizes DN 50 to DN 300 have been changed for PN 10
and PN 16 valves as per the current practice in shipping industry and no change has been made
for higher sizes. In the 1984 version no tolerances were specified on face to face dimensions but
been specified which are based on IS 780 : 1984
in this revised standard
tolerances
have
<Specification for sluice valves for water works purposes ( 50 to 300 mm size ) ( sixth revision )
for sizes DN 50 to DN 300 for PN 10 and PN 16 valves. Tolerances
on higher
sizes of
PN 10 and PN 16 valves and all sizes ofPN 25 valves are based on BS 6150 : 1980 Specification for
cast iron gate valves. Also, in this revision austentic grade stainless steel material
has been
specified for sea water applications.
The Committee

responsible

for the preparation

of this standard

is given in Annex A.

For the purpose of deciding whether a particular requirement of this standard is complied with
the final value, observed or calculated,
expressing the result of a test or analysis, shall be
rounded off in accordance with IS 2 : 1960 Rules for rounding off numerical values ( revised ).
The number of significant places retained in the rounded off value should be the same as that of
the specified value in this standard.

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Indian Standard

SHIPBUILDING- CASTIRONGATEVALVES
FORUSEINMARINEPIPEWORK
SYSTEM - SPECIFICATION
( First Revision )
SECTION

7304 ( Part 1 ) : Code

1 GENERAL

1978

1 SCOPE
This Indian Standard specifies types, nominal
pressures, temperature,
nominal size ranges,
maximum working conditions and materials.

of fabrication,
installation and testing of salt water
piping system for shipboard
use: Part 1 General requirements

7608 : 1987

Phosphor
bronze
general engineering
( Jirst revision )

7811 : 1985

Phosphor
bronze
rods
bars {first revision )

and

7814 : 1985

Phosphor
bronze sheet
strip (firsr revision )

and

9866 : 1981

Marking system for valves

10569 : 1983

Aluminium
bars

11218 : 1984

Marine

2 -REFERENCES
2.1 The
necessary

Standards
following
Indian
adjuncts to this standard:

are

Title

IS No.

28 : 1985

Phosphor bronze ingots and


castings (fourth revision )

210 : 1978

Grey

305 : 1981

Aluminium bronze ingots and


castings ( second revision )

306 : 1983

Tin bronze ingots and castings ( third revision )


Leaded tin bronze ingots and
castings ( second revision )

318 : 1981

iron

revision )

castings

( third

Dimensions for pipe threads


where
pressure tight joints
are required on the threads
( third revision )
1570 ( P;;t$ ) : Schedules for wrought steels:
Part 5 Stainless
and
heat
resisting
steels
( second

554 : 1985

revision )

5788 : 1986

6157 : 1981
6392 : 1971
6912 : 1985

Iron castings with spheroidal


or nodular graphite for pressure containing
parts for use
elevated
at
temperatures
( first revision )
Valve
inspection
and test
(first

revision )

Steel pipe Aanges


alloy
Copper
and
copper
forging stock and forgings
( first revision )

bronze

wire for
purposes

rods

and

valve hand wheels

3 TERMINOLOGY

For the purpose of this standard


definitions shall apply.

the following

3.1 NominaI Size ( DN )


A numerical designation
of size which is
common to all components in a piping system
other than components
designated by outside
diameter. It is a convenient round number for
reference purposes
and it is normally only
closely related to manufacturing dimensions.
4 VALVE TYPES
The valves shall be of the solid wedge type with
flanged body ends.
5 SUMMARY OF VALVES
Table 1 gives a summarv with regard to nominal
pressure and nominal &ze for valves which will
in general meet -the needs of the shipbuilding
industry.
1

IS 11335 : 1995
Table 1

may

7.3 For temperatures


up to 120C the working
pressures given in Table 2 can only be used in
systems where the test pressure does not exceed
1.5 times the working pressure.
The user shall
note that there are statutory
rules
and regulations that require
test pressures
in excess
of
I.5 times the working pressure.
At temperatures
above
120% working
pressures
have
been
limited so as to obtain a test/working
pressure
ratio of 2 : 1 as a minimum
in addition
to
taking account
of the reduction
in mechnical
properties
with increase in temperature.

be as follows:
250, 300, 350,

7.4 In order to ensure that the test pressure of


1.5 times
the nominal
pressure
rating
of the
valve is not exceeded
the user shall consider
test pressures
required
for construction
and
periodic
survey and, if necessary,
use a valve
of a higher rating.

Summary of Valves
( CZazrse 5 )
Nominal Size

Nominal Pressure

DN
mm
bar
50 to 700t
10
50 to 500
I6
50 to 300
25$
I bar = 100 kPa
TFor nominal
sizes below 200, PN 16 valves
also be used.
$Spheroidal graphite cas; iron only ( se< 20.2 ).
PN

6 NOMINAL

SIZES ( DN )

The range of nominal


sizes shall
50, 65, 80, 100, 125, 150, 200,
400, 450, 500, 600 and 700 mm.
SECTION
RATINGS

8 SERVICE

PRESSURE/TEMPERATURE
2
AND SERVICE RESTRICTIONS

7 PRESSURE/TEMPERATURE

8.1 Valves to this standard


may be considered
for use as follows within the limits of Table 2.

RATINGS

8.1.1 Grey
facings:

7.1 Valves
shall be designed
to be at least
capable of withstanding
the pressure/tempcravalves are
ture ratings given in Table 2. Where
used in certain
applications
restrictions
shall
be imposed in accordance
with 8.

cast

iron

valves

with

a) Steam up to working

pressures
( I MPa ) ( see 8.2 and 8.4 );

copper

alloy

of 10 bar

b) Boiler

feed up to working
pressures
10 bar ( IMPa ) ( see 8.2 and 8.4 );

7.2 The pressure


ratings
given in Table 2 are
maximum
permissible
working pressures.
Where
a system is subject to pulsation
the purchaser
shafl consider the advisability
of applying
an
appropriate
derating factor.
In the case of grey
cast
iron this derating
shall be at least 25
percent.
Table 2

R%STRICTIONS

c) Oil

up to working
pressures
of 10 bar
( 1MPa ) and temperatures
of 120C;

A.r up to working
pressures
( 1MPa ) and
temperatures
( see 8.2 );

Pressure/Temperature

of 10 bar
of
650C

Rating

( Clause 7.1 )
Nominal
Pressure

All Valves
with Resilient
Seats

of

All Valves with


Copper Alloy
Facings or All
Iron Trim

Valves with Copper


Alloy Facing Up to
and Including
Nominal Size 300

Temperature
C
220
200
180
150-r
- 10 to 120
- 10 to 65*
Maximum permissible
working pressure barI ( gauge )
( see also 19.1 )
7.5
10
7.5
10
IO
12
12
16
12
16
16
19
19
19
25
19
25
25s
*This is a minimum requireme It. Subject to agreement, dcpcnding oh sealing materiai, iughcr temperatures
may be permitted
( see 21.3 ).
-/Copper alloy faced valves only.
$1 bar = 100 kPa.
fspheroidal
graphite cast iron only see 20.2.

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e) Fresh water; and
f) Sea water, other than shipside applications, subject to suitability
of trim
materials ( see 21.1 ).
8.1.2 Grey cast iron valves with all-iron trim.
Oil up to working pressure of 10 bar ( 1 MPa )
and temperatures of 120C.
8.1.3 Grey
cast iron
seatings ( see 18.2 ):

valves

with

resilient

a>Oil,

other than aromatic and halogenated


hydrocarbons, up to working pressures of
10 bar ( 1 MPa ) and temperatures
af
65C ( see 8.2 and 21.2 );

b) Sea water, other

than shipside applicaof trim


tions, subject
to suitability
materials ( see 21.1 );

C>Fresh water ( see 21.2 ); and

d) Air up to working pressure


(1 MPa ) and temperatures
8.2 and 21.2 ).

SECTION

valves

DESIGN

FEATURES

9 BODY ENDS

9.1 Valves shall have integral


flanged body
ends in accordance
with the requirements
of
IS 6392 : 1971.
9.2 Where back -faces of the flanges are not
parallel to the joint face within 1 they shall be
spot faced.
10 FACE TO FACE DIMENSIONS
Face to face dimensions and tolerances
valves shall be as specified-in Table 3.
Table 3

of 10 bar
of 65C ( see

8.1.4 Spheroidal graphic cast iron


copper alloy facings:
a)
b)
c)
d)

8.4 Gate valves complying with the requirements of this standard shall not be used for
direct attachment to boilers.

of gate

Face to Face Dimensions A of


Gate Valves
( ciuusc 10 )

with

Steam ( see 8.2 and 8.4 );


Boiler feed ( Tee 8.2 and 8.4 );
Oil;
Fresh water;

e) Sea water,
including shipside
tions, subject to suitability
materials ( see 21.1 ); and
f) Air ( see 8.2 ).
8.1.5 Spheroidal
resilient seatings

graphite
cast
( see 18.2 ):

applica-

of

iron

trim

with

a) Oil, other than aromatic and halogenated


hydrocarbons
up to a temperature
of
65C ( see 8.3 );
b) Sea water, including shipside
tions, subject
to suitability
materials ( see 21.1 );

applicaof trim

c) Fresh water ( see 21.2.); and


d) Air up to temperatures
and 21.2 ).

of 65C ( see 8.2

8.2 Attention is drawn to the restrictions in the


use of cast iron in certain
systems imposed by
regulatory bodies.
8.3 Where
to be used
operated,
shall be
Statutory

resilient seated valves are proposed


as oil fuel valves, direct or remote
or as fire main valves, the design
approved
by the Regulatory
or
Body concerned.

k--A4
Nominal
Size
DN

T---_PN 10
mm

so
65

15Oh 2
170 f 2

1%
125
150
200
250
300
350
400
450
z:

:zE:
200&2
210 * 2
230 f 2
250 i 2
270 i 2
381 f 3
406 f 3
432 * 3
457
508 ff 34

700

610 f 4

Nominal Pressure
---y
PN 16
Face-to-face
Dimensions A

mm

150*2
170 * 2
180 f 2
190 f2
200*2
210 f 2

432 f 3
457 St 3

PN 25

mm

381 a3
403rt3
419 i 3
457 i 3
502 f 1

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11 BODY TAPPINGS

down-stream
seat if the resilient materials
are
rendered
inoperative.
For typical
arrangement,
see Fig. 1.

When
a body tapping
is specified
it shall
comply with the requirements
of IS 554 : 1985.
A parallel
threaded
plug with a washer face
shall be fitted.
12 BODY TO BONNET

CONNECTIONS

Body-to-bonnet
connections
shall be hexagon
headed bolts or screws with nuts or studs or
stud bolts with nuts.
13 HAND

WHEELS

Hand wheels shall preferably


be of the
pattern
conforming
to IS 11218 : 1984.

marine

14 STEMS
Stem shall be of
form unless
the
specified.
15 STEM

inside
screw non-rising
stem
outside
screw rising stem is

SEALING

Stem sealing of valves suitable for use at temperatures


in excess of 65C shall be of bolted*
gland form.
Where
valves are supplied
with
toroidal
sealing
ring ( 0 ring ) typ: of seal,
they shall be provided
with a wiper stem ring
positioned
above the seal to prevent ingress of
foreign matter.

FIG. 1

IN ACCORDANCE

WITH 18.2 (a)

b) The resilie!it
sealing
material
shall be
moulded
onto or into the wedge.
Body
seat rings are not normally
supplied with
these valves.
These valves shall not be
used on oil system within
the machinery
space or fire main systems ( see also 21.2 ).
For typical arrangement,
see Fig. 2.

16 BACK SEAT
Valves with rising
stems
shall
have a back
seating
surface
in the
bonnet
to contact
a
corresponding
seat on the stem when the valve
is fully open.
17 POSITION

TYPICAL RESILIENTSEAT ARRANGEMENT

INDICATORS

Unless
otherwise
rising stem shall
indicator.

specified,
be supplied

valves
with

with nona position

18 SEATS AND FACINGS


18.1 Unless
faced valves

otherwise
specified,
shall be supplied.

copper

alloy

18.2 Where resilient


seated valves are specified
they may be either
of the following
forms
unless
a particular
form is specified
by the
purchaser
( see 8.3 ):
a) The resilient
sealing components
shall be
incorporated
into the design of the wedge.
The resilient component
shall be designed
so as to compress
down to the level of
the copper alloy seats when the wedge is
in the closed position
and also to give
tight
metal-to-metal
shut-off
on the
*The term 6boltedincludes bolts, screws, studs and
associatednuts.

FIG. 2

TYPICAL RESILIENTSEAT ARRANGEMENTS


IN ACCORDANCEWITH 18.2 (b)

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19 OPERATION
19.1 ~Valves shall be suitable for handwheel
operation at least against the pressure differentials specified in Table 4. For sizes greater than
300 mm and for higher pressure differentials
the manufacturer
shall be informed in order
to ensure the suitability
of the valve for the
application.
Table 4

iron

selected

a) Minimum tensile strength

shall be

: 370 N/mme;

b) Minimum elongation : 120/, on a gauge


length of 5-65 z/50
where S, is the actual cross section of
the test piece.

Pressure Differentials
( Clause 19.1 )

up to
Above
Above
*I bar =

spheroidal graphite cast


as follows:

Pressure Differentials
Nominal Size
Bar*
DN
10
100
6
100 and up to 200
4
200 and up to 300
100 kPa.

21 INTERNAL
PARTS
OTHERS
THAN
WEDGES, IN CONTACT WITH THE LINE
FLUID
The materials used shall be in accordance
the following qualifications:

with

21.1 For sea water applications


the materials
of internal parts such as internal fastenings,
19.2 Valves shall be supplied for direct manual stems, wedge facing rings and seats, other than
resilient seats, shall preferably be selected from
hand wheel operation unless otherwise specified.
materials
The force required at the hand wheel rim shal I those given in Table 5 but other
specified
in
IS
7304
(
Part
1
)
:
1978,
may be
not exceed 350 N.
used provided they are suitable for the duty.
For valves above nominal size 300, gear type
operator may be required.
In either type of
Table 5 Sea-Water Material Application
operation the closing direction of the hand
wheel shall be in a clockwise direction
when
( Clause 21.1 )
facing the hand wheel.
19.3 Where actuator operated valves are specified, which are also required to be capable of
manual operation, this shall be specified.
19.4 Where specific requirements
for locking
the valve in open/partial/closed
positions exist,
these shall be specified by the purchaser.
19.5 Where local operation
of a valve is not
feasible, the purchaser shall specify the requirements of extended
spindle/stem
for remote
operation.
SECTION

4 MATERIALS

20 BODIES, BONNETS,
BOXES AND WEDGES

YOKES, STUFFING

20.1 Unless ~spheroidal graphite


cast iron is
specified by the purchaser, valves to PN 10 and
The
PN 16 shall be supplied in grey cast iron.
strength characteristics
of the grade of grey
cast iron selected, appropriate to the standard
flange thickness, shall not fall below 180 N/mm2.
Attention is drawn to IS 210 : 1978.
20.2 Valves to PN 25 and, when specified by
the purchaser,
those to PN IO and PN 16 shall
be supplied in spheroidal graphite cast iron
complying with the requirements of IS 5788 :
1986. The physical properties of the grade of

Mnterial
Aliuminium bronxe

Phosphor

Gunmetal

bronze

IS No.
305 : 1981
6912 * 1985
10569:1983
28
7814
7608
7811
306
318

: 1985
: 1985
: 1987
: 1985
: 1983
: 1081

Stainless stee!
1570 ( Pla;j55 ) :
( Austenitic grade )

Grade or Designation
AB,
Cu Al 10 Fe 5 Ni 5
Grade 2
Grade II
Grade I

LTB,
LTB,
X07Crl8Ni

21.2 Valves for fresh water or compressed air


applications shall have interna parts of copper
alloy or stairrless steel. Resilient seats shall not
be used for such applications.
21.3 For resilient seated valves the resilient
components shall be of nitrile rubber.
Alternative materials may be used subject to agreement
between
the
purchaser
and
the
manufacturer.
22 SEALS AND GASKETS
22.1 Valves shall have seals
material
suitable
for
all

and gaskets of
the follotiing

IS 11335 : 1995
applications
unless
otherwise
specific application
is specified:

qualified

or

SECTION

6 MARKING
AND PREPARATION
FOR DESPATCH

a) Sea water*

26 MARKING

b) Fresh water*
c) Lubricating
oil
d) Diesel oil

26.1 Valves shall be marked

e) Boiler

the requirements

f) Steam?
h) Boiler

air*

26.3 BIS Certification Marking

feedf

22.2 Valves with stainless


steel stems shall noi
be supplied with gland
packings
incorporating
graphite.
SECTION

The product

may also be marked

with-standard

Mark.
26.4 The use of the Standard
Mark is governed
by the provisions
of the BIS Act,
1986 and the
Rules and Regulations
made thereunder.
The
details of conditions
under which the licence for
the use of Standard
Mark may be granted to
the
manufacturers
or producers
may
be
obtained
from the BIS.

5 TESTtNG,
INSPECTION
AND CERTIFICATES

23 TESTING

23.1 Hydraulic
testing
of valves
shall he in
accordance
with the requirements
of IS 6157 :
1981, except that valves specifically
ordered for
lubricating
oil applications
shall be tested witch
a straight
mineral
oil
having
a vicosity
of
about 100 Redwood No. 1 at 15C or with water
containing
a water s:luble
oil or rust inhibitor.

27 PREPARATION

FOR DESPATCH

27.1

All valves ordered shall be supplied


with
body ends
suimbly
sealed
to exclude
foreign matter during transit and storage.
their

23.2 Where valves are required


to be tested at
the manufacturers
or suppliers
works, in the
presence of a purchasers
inspector
this shall be
stated at the time of enquiry and order together
with the name of the inspecting
body.

27.2 Valves having


resilrent
seatings
shall be
supplied
unseated
and with their body
ends
suitably sealed to exclude foreign matter during
transit and storage.
27.3 All valves
before despatch.

24 INSPECTION
Where valves are required
to be inspected
by a
representative
of a regulatory
body or purchaser
this shall be stated at the time of enquiry and
order, together with the name of the inspecting
body.

shall

be

painted

externally

27.4 All valves ordered


suitable
for use in sea
watter
applications
as specified
in 21.1 shall
have a metallic
identification
label securely
attached
to the valve. The label shall be marked
with the following:

25 CERTIFICATES

a) The number

When specified by the purchaser


a certificate
shall be supplied
stating
that the valve and
valve parts, including
testing,
comply with the
requirements
of this standard
and the purchase
This certificate
shall be supplied
with
order.
specifically
to meet the
any valve ordered
requirements
of any of the following
clauses of
this standard;
the
certificate
shall
indicate
compliance
with the relevant
clause:

b) The words

of this Indian
SEA WATER

c) The order number; and


d) Any other information
purchaser.

Standard;
TRIM;

requested

by the

SECTION 7 ENQUIRY-AND
ORDER
INFORMATION
AND INFORMATION
REQUIRED FROM MANUFACTURER

a) 8.3,

28 INFORMATION

b) 18.2 (a),

TO BESUPPLIED

BY

PURCHASER

c) 20.2,
d) 21.1, and
e) 23 ( when
applications

with

26.2 All valves supplied for sea water applications in accordance


with 21.1 shall be marked
with
their
trim
material
identification
( see 27.4 ).

oil

g) Compressed

in accordance
of IS 9866 : 1981.

tested
).

for

lubricating

The information
to be supplied by the purchaser
shall be in accordance
with the appropriate
related
valve
standard
together
with
the
following
requirements;

oil

a) Type and nominal


material
( see 8 ),

*Not applicable to all Iron trimmed valves.


tApplicable
to copper aHoy faced valves only.

size

of

valve

and

IS 11335 : 1995
If flat face joint
( see 9.1 ),

surfaces

required
h) Any information
manufacturer ( see 28 ).

are required

from

the

If resilient
seated,
state form and
maximum working temperature
if above
65C ( see Table 2 and l&2),

29 INFORMATION
MANUFACTURER

Details of pressure differential

( see 19.1 ),

When specified by the purchaser, the manufacturer shall supply at the tendering stage the
following details:

Form of operation if other


wheei ( see 19.2 and 19.3 ),

than

If valves are required to bc tested


mineral oil ( see 23 ),

REQUIRED

FROM

hand
a1 Overall dimensions

of valve;

b) Mass of valve;

with

cl Materials specification

of various

items;

4 Any other informations

pecially requested

and

Tf witnessing of tests or inspection is


required, give name of inspecting body
( see 23 and 24 ); and

by the purchaser.

IS 11335 : 1995

ANNEX A
( Foreword )
COMMITTEE
Shipbuilding

COMPOSITION

Sectional

TE 17

Committee,

Representing

Chairman
Institution

CAPT K. K. LOHANA

of Naval

Architects,

Bombay

Members
Directorate
of Quality Assurance
of Defence,
New Delhi

SHRI B. C. BAKSHI
CDR D. KUMAR

Project

), Ministry

( Alternate )

SHRI S. N. BASSI
SHRI S. K. Bose ( Alternate

Garden

Reach

Shipbuilders

DGTD,

New Delhi

and Engineers

)
Calcutta

SHRI SUBIR CHAKRAVARTY


SHRI 3. CHAKRAVARTY ( Alternute

Port Trust, Calcutta

DEPUTY CHIEF SURVEYOR

DG Shipping,

SHRI A. K. CHOPRA
SHRI D. G. SARANQDHAR ( Alternate

Indian Register
)

SHRI JAYWANT Y. CHOWOULE


SHRI A. R. I. HAVALDAR ( Alternate

)
Mazagon

HEAD OF STANDARD CELL ( Alternate


A. K. SEN
SHRI~G. SHARMA ( Alternate

Bombay
of Shipping,

Small Shipowners

HEAD OF DESIGN DEPARTMENT


)

Dock

The Shipping

Bombay

Association,

Goa

Ltd, Bombay

Corporation

of India,

Bombay

)
Ministry

SHRI P. R. GO~IL
SHRI M. K. AGARWAL ( .4ltematc

of Surface Transport

The Institute

SHRI JOSEPHISAAC
SHRI U. S. BHOWMICK ( Alternate

Cochin

CMDE R. K. BHATIA
CMDE N. P. GIJPTA ( Afternate

of Marine

Shipyard

Engineers

( India ), Bombay

Ltd, Cochin

)
American

SHR~JMADAN LAL KOCHAR


SHRI P. K. BANERJEE( Ahrnute

( SBR ). New Delhi

REAR ADMIRAL Y. N. INAMDAH

Bureau

of Shipping,

Bombay

)
Directorate

General

of Naval

Designs,

The Indian National

SHRI K. PREMKUMAR

Goa Shipyard

LT CDR S.S. JASWAL


SHRI K. R. R. CWODHARY ( Ahrnute)

Directorate

SHRI R. SEN

Chowgele Steamships
Ltd, Bombay
Lloyds Register of Shipping, Bombay

Shipowners

Association,

of Standardization,

Ministry

of Defence,

Flakt India Ltd. Calcutta


)

CAPT K. S. SOOD

Oil & Natural Gas Commission,


Dehra
Hindustan
Shipyard Ltd, Visakhapatnam

Dun

SHRI N. S. VIJAYARAGHVAN,
Director ( Transport
Engineering

Director

General,

)
Member

BlS ( Ex-officio

Secretary

SHRI N. S. JUDGE

Director

( Transport

Engineer

Bombay

Ltd, Goa

SHRI G. SINHA
SHRI S. K. HALDER ( Akwate
SHRI S. SRINIVASAN
SHRI K. P. RAO ( Alternate

New Delhi

CAPT H. K. D. PATEL

SHRI A. S~NGUPTA
SHRI R. BHAVE ( Mernute

Ltd, Calcutta

SHRI S. K. BHATIA
SHRI K. K. TIWARI ( tikvnate

&RI

( Warship

ipg ), BIS

Member

New Delhi

IS 11335: 1995

Marine Piping Subcommittee,

TE 17 : 1

Representing

Convener

Chowgule~Steamships

SHRI R. SEN

Ltd, Bombay

Members
SHRI J. R. AGGARWAL
SHRI SANJAYAGGARWAL ( Alternate
SKRI J. T. CHRISTO
SHRI M. G. VIJAYAN ( Alternate

Govardhan

Cochin Shipyard

Ltd, Cochin

Directorate
General of Shipping,
Goa Shipyard Ltd, Goa

Bombay

Hindustan

SHRI R. N. SAHU ( Alternate

SHRI A. K. KOLI
SHRI V. P. JIRAFE( Alternate

Mazagon

SHRI S. MAJHI
CAPT MOHAN RAMAN
LT N. BANARJEE( Alternate
SHRI D. K. SEHGAL

), Calcutta

ENGINEERAND SHIP SURVEYOR

SHRI SUNIL GHODGAONKAR


SHRI R. SINGH ( Alternate
&RI M. C. KESAVRAO

Das P. A. ( Calcutta

SHRI B. B. SIKKA ( Alternate

Shipyard

Ltd, Visakhapatnam

Dock Ltd, Bombay

Garden Reach Shipbuilders


Indian Navy, New Delhi

& Engineers

Leader Engineering

Jalandhar

)
)

Works,

SHRI A. SENGUPTA
SHRI S. V. RAMCHANDANI(Alternate )
SHRI J. D. GROVER ( Alternate )

Lloyds Register

SHRI SUDESH KUMAR


SHRI GUR SARUP ( Alternate )
SHRI M. P. SUNDERESAN

Indian

Register

Indian

Tube Co Ltd, Jamshedpur

of Shipping,

of Shipping,

Bombay

Bombay

Ltd, Calcutta

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