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Sultanate of Oman

Ministry of Transport and Communications


Development of Salalah International Airport
Main Contract 5
Project Specification
Civil Works - 3700 Storage Tanks
Special Specification

January 2009
Sultanate of Oman
Ministry of Transport and Communications
Development of Salalah International Airport
Main Contract 5
Project Specification
Civil Works - 3700 Storage Tanks
Special Specification

January 2009

Report no. SA-000-R-11137


Issue no. T02
Date of issue 31.01.2009

Prepared NORO
Checked JKA
Approved STJ/NIER
Main Contract 5 - Project Specification
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Table of Contents
3700 Storage tanks 3
3701 General 3
3701.1 Scope 3
3701.2 Definitions 3
3702 Functional requirements and materials 4
3702.1 General 4
3702.2 Potable water tanks 5
3702.3 Make up water tanks 6
3702.4 Fire fighting water tanks 6
3702.5 Irrigation water tanks 6
3702.6 Inlet/outlet pipes 7
3702.7 Vents 7
3702.8 Hatches 7
3702.9 Ladders and platforms 7
3702.10 Float valves 8
3702.11 Instruments 8
3702.12 Strainers 8
3703 Materials 8
3703.1 General 8
3703.2 Concrete 8
3703.3 Pipes 9
3703.4 Vents 9
3703.5 Hatches 9
3703.6 Ladders and platforms 10
3703.7 Float valves 10
3703.8 Instruments 10
3703.9 Strainers 11
3704 Installation and execution 11
3704.1 General 11
3704.2 Earth quake damage minimisation 11
3704.3 Pipes 12

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3704.4 Tanks 12
3704.5 Tests 12
3705 Control and monitoring system 14
3706 Operation and Maintenance 14

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3700 Storage tanks

3701 General

3701.1 Scope
The scope of this Specification covers the tanks for potable water, make-up
water and fire fighting water situated to the east of the pump house, and the
irrigation water tank situated to the north of the airport on the main access road.

The appurtenances directly connected to the tank are also covered by this
Specification, whereas connecting pipelines etc. are covered by relevant
General / Special Specifications for Civil Works, Special Specification 1600
Landscaping and Irrigation, Special Specification 3200 Potable Water and
Special Specification 3300 Fire Fighting Systems

3701.2 Definitions
Abbreviations
AWWA American Water Works Association
BS British Standard
DGW Minister of State & Governor of Dhofar, Directorate General of Water
DI Ductile Iron
DN Nominal Diameter
DS Danish Standard
EN European Norm
FEMA Federal Emergency Management Agency
GCC Gulf Countries Council
HDPE High Density Polyethylene
IEC International Electronic Commission
ISO International Standards Organisation
MPPA Million Passengers Per Annum
NFPA National Fire Protection Association
OD Outer diameter
PHCMS Pump House Control and Monitoring System
PN Nominal pressure rating
TSE Treated sewage effluent

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References
Special Specification Section 500 Concrete and Concrete Structures
Special Specification Section 1600 Landscaping and Irrigation
Special Specification Section 3000 Mechanical and Electrical General
Requirements
Special Specification Section 3100 Piping Installations, Common Requirements
Special Specification Section 3200 Potable Water Systems
Special Specification Section 3300 Fire Fighting Systems

Codes and standards


ASTM American Society for Testing and Materials
AWWA American Water Works Association
BS EN 805 Water supply - Requirements for systems and components
outside buildings.
BS 6920 Suitability of non-metallic products for use in contact with
water intended for human consumption with regard to their
effect on the quality of water. Methods of test
BS EN 10222 Steel forgings for pressure purposes
BS EN 14396 Fixed ladders for manholes
DS EN 1508 Water supply - Requirements for systems and components
for the storage of water
EN European Norm
EN ISO 14122 Safety of machinery - Permanent access to machinery
FEMA 413 Federal Emergency Management Agency, Installing
Seismic Restraints for Mechanical Equipment
GCC Gulf Countries Council
IEC International Electronic Commission
NFPA 20 Installation of Stationary Pumps for Fire Protection
NFPA 22 Standard for Water Tanks for Private Fire Protection
NPFA 24 Standard for the installation of stationary pumps for fire
protection

3702 Functional requirements and materials

3702.1 General
In order to maintain potable / fire / irrigation water supply in case of
interruptions, storage tanks shall be provided.

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All tanks except irrigation, are filled from the main pipeline branching off from
the existing municipal supply located along the service road to the south of the
Salalah Interceptor Guard Dam. Each tank shall be provided with a float valve
ensuring that the tank is permanently filled if the municipal supply is
functional.

Each tank shall be provided with a level transmitter reporting the actual level
and 2 level switches giving alarm for extreme situations (full/empty) providing
emergency shut off of the inlet motor valve/ pump.

All the tanks except irrigation tanks are furnished with dia. 250 mm overflow
pipe and dia. 150 mm drain. The overflow pipe is provided with stainless steel
mesh.

All potable water tanks are provided with a separate inlet with bowser adaptor
for the delivery of water from tankers in emergency situations.

The make up water tanks are provided with a suction outlet (with fire hose
adaptor and with end cap) for fire appliance connection.

Tanks are constructed in water tight concrete with water proofed concrete
roofs; refer to Special Specification: Section 500 Concrete and Concrete
structures.

Pipes are supplied, installed and tested according to Special Specification:


Section 3100 Piping Installations, Common Requirements.

All the tanks are provided with access manholes with ladders, covers and
ventilation apertures.

Manholes and covers are to be supplied and installed according to NFPA 22.

Access ladders are to be provided according to NFPA 22.

As the development of the demand from 1 to 2 MPPA would take place in


relatively a short period, all tanks are constructed to the full capacity under this
contract.

3702.2 Potable water tanks


The potable water tanks are sized to 900 m3 to store 2 days average
consumption for 2 MPPA demand. Two compartments, each with 450 m3
effective capacity are made to store water.

All cast in ductile iron pipes shall be double flanged with puddle flanges.

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3702.3 Make up water tanks


The tanks are designed to store one peak day demand to cater 2 MPPA demand
having two compartments each with 450 m3 capacity.

All cast in ductile iron pipes shall be double flanged with puddle flanges.

The make up water tanks are filled from the public water supply and water shall
be extracted on demand from the pumping station.

Each make-up water tank shall be equipped with fire hose adaptor with end cap
for fire appliance connection.

3702.4 Fire fighting water tanks


The tanks are sized to 1,200 m3 capacity, the quantity required to fight a fire in
the Cargo area for 2 hours duration. The actual requirement of this fire incident
would be 800 m³, thus having a reserve storage capacity. The tanks are also
sufficient for 2 MPPA in phase 2.

In order to enhance the operational flexibility, it shall be possible to draw water


from the make up water tanks and also from the thermal energy storage tank in
the chiller plant in case of any emergency situation.

All cast in ductile iron pipes shall be double flanged with puddle flanges.

The fire fighting water tank shall be filled from the public water supply and
water shall be extracted on demand from the pumping station. The tank shall be
provided with a by-pass, connecting the tank directly to the adjacent make up
water tank. An interconnection in the suction line provides the possibility of
using the make up water storage and thermal energy storage water tanks as
back up storage for fire fighting water. The tank shall also receive water from
the testing of fire fighting pumps and the recirculation of fire fighting water
through a bleed valve between the pressure manifold and the recirculation pipe,
which shall also be used for adjustment of the chlorine content in the fire
fighting water. The constant flow in this circuit shall be maintained by a jockey
pump.

3702.5 Irrigation water tanks


The tanks are designed for peak day consumption of 2 x 1,500 m3. The tank
shall be situated adjacent to the irrigation pump house as described under
General/Special Specification Section: 1600 Landscaping and Irrigation.

The tank receives water from two sources as follows:

Source Peak flow m3/h

Treated sewage effluent (TSE) 113


Bleed water from chiller plant 20

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The pipes are sized for the full flow from the TSE water supply assuming that
the bleed off water from the chiller plant may be diverted. The peak value for
production of bleed water is 302 m3/day, corresponding to 10.1% of the daily
irrigation water consumption.

All cast in ductile iron pipes shall be double flanged with puddle flanges.

The TSE water as well as the bleed water shall be received from pressure mains
and the float valves shall stop the supply when the tank is full. The level switch
for high water level commands the motor actuated valve on the TSE inlet.

The inlet shall be common for the TSE water and the pressure line from the
chiller plant bleed water.

3702.6 Inlet/outlet pipes


Inlet and outlet pipes shall be cast into the concrete walls of the tanks.

3702.7 Vents
Vents shall have an operational cross section of at least 50 % of the discharge
pipe or inlet pipe whichever is greater.

3702.8 Hatches
Each tank shall have at least 2 hatches at opposite ends of the tank.

Roof hatches shall have a clear opening of at least 600 x 900 mm.

The opening shall have an up stand of at least 100 mm around it, and the cover
shall have a minimum downward overlap of 50 mm.

3702.9 Ladders and platforms


Ladders
Side bars shall have at least 500 mm minimum spacing. All ladders shall be
vertical. The spacing between successive rungs shall be constant and between
225 and 300 mm.

The ladder shall be fixed at a minimum of 180 mm from the tank wall. All
ladders over 3 m in height shall be provided with a safety cage with a diameter
of between 650 and 800 mm.

Platforms
Platforms with a raised height exceeding 500 mm shall be provided with guard
rails of total minimal height of 1100 mm and with upper rail, knee rail and toe
plate spaced at maximum 500 mm apart.

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Valve buildings attached to the tanks shall be provided with access stairs and
flooring of open mesh hot dip galvanized carbon steel.

3702.10 Float valves


Float valves shall be installed on the inlets to the tanks. Float valves are to be of
diaphragm operated type with remote pilot valve installed in the tank.

3702.11 Instruments
Level transmitters
Each tank shall be provided with level transmitters that are connected to the
PHCMS (Pump House Control and Monitoring System) system for continuous
indication and recording of the actual water levels in the tanks.

Level switches
Level switches are to be installed at top and bottom level of each tank. The top
level indicator shall set off alarm to the Pump House SCADA system for
malfunction of the float valve and shut off the motor valve. The bottom level
switch shall activate alarm to the SCADA system for low water level and shut
down the pumps connected to the tank.

3702.12 Strainers
Strainers are to be placed on all suction pipes and shall be easily removable for
cleaning and inspection. The free surface of the strainers shall be as specified
above, calculated as free surface of the perforated areas.

3703 Materials

3703.1 General
Specific requirements for the various components and equipment are stated in
the special sections regarding each component.

All materials used shall withstand the physical and chemical influence they will
be exposed to at the permanent place of installation during their effective
lifetime. Outdoor equipment shall be specifically selected for withstand saline
environment.

3703.2 Concrete
Concrete shall be according to General/Special Specification Section: 500
Concrete and Concrete Structures.

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3703.3 Pipes
All pipes are to be ductile iron as specified in Section: 3100 Piping
Installations, Common Requirements.

3703.4 Vents
Vents shall be screened by stainless steel wire mesh or hot dip galvanised mild
steel, with maximum opening of 10 mm, and the screen shall be protected by a
dismountable weather hood, to protect against climatic and environmental
conditions.

3703.5 Hatches
Hatches are to be fabricated in sea-water-resistant aluminium floor plate or
stainless steel 1.4301 according to BS EN 10088-2 or better.

Hatches for underground tanks which may also be manufactured in hot-dip


galvanised steel.

Frame for concreting in shall be of hot-dip galvanized steel or stainless steel


according to BS EN 10088-2 or better.

Hatch lid shall be hinged on one side and lockable in compliance with the
locking system of similar facilities.

Hatches shall consist of a frame with a hinged cover. The frame shall be
designed for mounting in recesses in the concrete slab. Hatches on dry wells
shall be watertight.

A handle for opening of the hinged cover shall be integrated in the cover. The
cover shall be provided with a safety mechanism, which locks the cover in open
position whenever opened. The mechanism shall be manually released before
the hatch can be closed again.

For underground tanks, the hatches on the roof of tanks shall be in accordance
with BS 124 Class B 125.

The hatches on the roof of elevated tanks in non traffic areas shall be designed
to withstand a point load of minimum 2 kN.

Hatches shall be prefabricated and shall be from a recognised international


manufacturer specialised in the manufacturing of hatches for similar purposes.

Heavy hatches shall be provided with spring-loaded mechanisms or similar


which reduce the force required for safe opening and closing of the hatch.

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3703.6 Ladders and platforms


Ladders
Outside ladders are to be fabricated in hot dip galvanised carbon steel.

Inside ladders are to be fabricated in corrosion free material, HDPE, stainless


steel, or glass fibre reinforced resin according to BS EN 14396.

Platforms
Platforms and guard rails are to be fabricated in hot dip galvanized carbon steel
and shall in general be manufactures according to ISO EN 14122

3703.7 Float valves


Float valves shall be controlled by a pilot valve.

Body, cover plate Ductile iron, ISO 1083, Spheroidal graphite cast iron
and diaphragm plate: -
Surface treatment: Epoxy 250 μm internal and external (BS 6920)
Regulating cone: Red bronze/stainless steel
Pressure spring and Stainless steel
control rod
Diaphragm Fibre reinforced Nitrile rubber. Nitrile-acrylonitrile-
butadiene (NBR)
Seals NBR and EPDM (ethylene propylene diene monomer
rubber)
Float: Stainless steel or polypropylene
Closing stroke: Less than 50 mm

The control circuit for the pilot valve shall be provided with a strainer (mesh
size 0.5 mm) and regulating valves for the adjustment of opening and closing
time.

3703.8 Instruments
General

All instruments in contact with water and particularly with potable water shall
be non-toxic and approved for drinking water applications.

Level transmitters

Level transmitters shall be of submersible type with the following


characteristics:

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• Accuracy: +/- 0.3 % of span


• Repeatability: +/- 0.1 % of span
• Resolution: +/- 1 mm
• Range 0 - 5 meter

Level transmitters shall be installed close to a ladder and shall be protected by a


pipe with open bottom.

Level switches and float switches


Level switches shall be of the floating switch type. The switch shall have the
following characteristics:

• Non mercury type


• Contact system Micro switch
• Output Changeover contact
• Housing Material UV stabilised HPPE
• Min No. of operations 2x107 operations
• Cable Oil resistant PVC

Level switches shall be mounted close to a ladder. In order to make them easy
to adjust for the desired levels, the level switches shall be fixed to a vertical rod
attached to the wall. The level switches shall be supplied with a counterweights
ensuring them being in the correct position and reduce sharp bending of the
cables.

3703.9 Strainers
Strainers are to be fabricated in stainless steel either as continuous slot, wire
mesh or perforated panels.

3704 Installation and execution

3704.1 General
All equipment shall be installed so as to facilitate easy future maintenance and
repair.

3704.2 Earth quake damage minimisation


The tank equipment and piping shall be designed to resist the seismic forces
from an earthquake. The equipment as well as the systems as a whole shall,
where applicable, be constructed according to Uniform Building Code
(UBC):1997 as a non-building structure for Seismic Zone 1.

All installations shall be in compliance with FEMA 413 Federal Emergency


Management Agency, Installing Seismic Restraints for Mechanical Equipment.

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3704.3 Pipes
Pipes are installed in accordance with Special Specification Section: 3100
Piping Installations, Common Requirements and Section: 3200 Potable Water
Systems.
Pipes passing through water proof walls shall be provided with puddle flanges
to ensure complete tightness.

Pipes shall be supported and shall run in straight and neatly spaced lines as
indicated on the Drawings.

Inlet and outlet pipes are to be aligned and fixed in the correct position within
the tank walls before grouting.

3704.4 Tanks
General
The tanks shall be constructed in concrete with water proofed roof, wall and
bottom.

Type of concrete and reinforcement shall be according to the construction


drawings.

3704.5 Tests
General
The Contractor shall carryout tests and commissioning through all the project
stages in accordance with the general requirements outlined in Section 3000,
Mechanical and Electrical Works - General Requirements and document no.
SA-000-H-11155, General Contract Requirements.

All test procedures shall be submitted to and approved by the Engineer before
any tests are performed.

The water tanks and connected pipes and equipment shall be hydro tested
according to Special Specification 3100.

Commissioning records, plans/reports


As part of the scope, the Contractor shall prepare all the relevant documents
including pre-commissioning plans, records, procedures, check lists and reports
for commissioning of the tanks and connected pipes and equipment.

Pre-commissioning equipments
The tanks and equipments required for pre-commissioning/testing including
temporary pipes, valves, hydraulic test pumps, pressure gauges, instruments
etc. shall be arranged by the Contractor at his own cost.

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The Contractor is responsible for all materials, equipment and water required
for hydraulic test, disinfection, swabbing and cleaning.

Conditioning and preservation


No conditioning and preservation is envisaged for the proposed tanks, pipelines
and equipment. However, depending upon the time interval between pre-
commissioning and commissioning, the tanks and pipeline shall be filled with
high quality potable water after the completion of the pre-commissioning. The
same is subject to approval and shall be part of the Contractor’s scope.

The tests specified in the Special Specification Section 3000 Mechanical and
Electrical Works, General Requirements are to be made as follows.

FAT, SAT and SIT


Equipment FAT SAT SIT

Valves x x
Electric actuators x x
Check valves x x
Air release valves x x
Instruments x x

FAT = Factory acceptance test, SAT = Site acceptance test, SIT = Site
integration test

Upon completion and during commissioning the functionality of the complete


installation shall be tested for compliance with the contractual requirements and
the following requirements are compulsory.

Cleaning
Prior to putting into service, the empty tanks shall be thoroughly cleaned. All
inner surfaces of the tanks shall be sprayed with potable water under adequate
pressure to ensure removal of any harmful material. No chemical cleaning
agents shall be permitted, as the tanks shall be chlorinated following the
cleaning.

Disinfection
The inner surfaces of the tanks are to be disinfected by spraying with calcium
hypochlorite, Ca(ClO)2, (prepared with a solution of 10 ppm free chlorine). The
effluent shall be disposed of in a environmental safe manner approved by the
Engineer.

The tanks shall be filled to maximum capacity with chlorinated water with a
free chlorine content of 5 ppm and the water shall be left for 24 hours. Three
samples of water are then taken through the hatch from the top, the middle and

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the bottom level, as well as three samples taken from the washout of 5 minutes
intervals. The six samples are analysed for free chlorine. If any sample falls
below 2 ppm of free chlorine, the tank shall be emptied, and the procedure be
repeated until all samples are above 2 ppm of free chlorine content.

After successful testing, the Contractor shall be required to flush all traces of
chlorine from the tanks and pipelines by potable water with normally dosed
chlorine content. The chlorine content shall be analysed at the washout and
acceptable level of the residual free chlorine content shall be below 0.5 mg/l.

The Contractor shall dispose of the waste chlorinated water so as to avoid the
pollution of natural waters, streams, reservoirs or watercourses.

The Contractor shall submit his proposed method of disposal of the solution to
the Engineer for his prior approval.

Leakage test
On completion of the construction of the tank and prior to any backfill placing
at the footing or wall, the leakage test shall be preformed.

In the preparation phase, the tank shall be filled with water to the maximum
level and left to stand for at least 24 hours.

The drop in water shall be measured over the subsequent 72 hour period to
determine the loss of volume. Evaporative losses shall be measured or
calculated and shall be deducted from the measured loss to determine if there is
a net leakage.

If a leakage is detected corrective measures shall be agreed with the Engineer,


and subsequent leakage tests made until no measurable or visible leakages are
detected.

3705 Control and monitoring system


The control and monitoring system for the tank yard shall be included in the
Pump House System and is described in Special Specification Section 3200
Potable Water Systems and in Special Specification Section 1600 Landscape
and Irrigation.

3706 Operation and Maintenance


Please refer to Special Specification Section 3200 Potable Water Systems.

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Revision Log
Date Issue Description

31.01.2009 T02 Updated with changes as marked - Ref. Addendum 2


31.10.2008 T01 Issued for Tender

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