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DGS-IU-050-Rev-1

ESD & ON/OFF VALVES

Amendment History

1 Sep 2014 DGS-IU-050 Rev-1 Section no. 1.1 ;1.4 ;2.0 ;3.0 DDC VP (E&TSD) Sep 2014
;10.2 ;10.3 ;10.4 & (ANNEX
1,2,3,4 & 5)

No Date Amendment Description Proposed Approved Incorporated

DGS History

1 Sep 2014 DGS-IU-050 Rev-1 DGS Discipline Committee DDC VP (E&TSD)

0 May 2009 DGS-IS-050 Rev-0 Previous Projects MB / RC QAM / MAY

No Date Description Source Reviewed Approved

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TABLE OF CONTENTS
1.0 GENERAL .................................................................................................................................. 4
1.1. INTRODUCTION ........................................................................................................ 4
1.2. PURPOSE .................................................................................................................. 4
1.3. DEFINITIONS ............................................................................................................. 4
1.4. ABREVIATIONS AND ACRONYMS............................................................................ 5
2.0 CODES AND STANDARDS ....................................................................................................... 6
3.0 REFERENCE DOCUMENTS ..................................................................................................... 8
4.0 DOCUMENT PRECEDENCE ..................................................................................................... 9
5.0 SPECIFICATION DEVIATION/CONCESSION CONTROL ......................................................... 9
6.0 QUALITY ASSURANCE/CONTROL........................................................................................... 9
7.0 DOCUMENTATION.................................................................................................................. 10
8.0 SUBCONTRACTORS/VENDORS ............................................................................................ 11
9.0 HANDLING............................................................................................................................... 11
9.1. PACKAGING AND SHIPPING .................................................................................. 11
9.2. PRESERVATION AND STORAGE ........................................................................... 12
10.0 DESIGN ................................................................................................................................... 12
10.1. CLIMATIC CONDITIONS .......................................................................................... 12
10.2. ON/OFF AND EMERGENCY SHUTDOWN VALVES................................................ 13
10.3. ACTUATOR AND ACCESSORIES ........................................................................... 14
10.4. PAINTING ................................................................................................................. 18
10.5. VALVE IDENTIFICATION ......................................................................................... 19
11.0 TESTS ..................................................................................................................................... 20
11.1. GENERAL................................................................................................................. 20
11.2. DIMENSIONAL AND FLANGE FACE FINISH CHECK ............................................. 20
11.3. HYDROSTATIC PRESSURE TEST AND GAS SEAT LEAK TEST ........................... 20
11.4. PERFORMANCE AND MECHANICAL OPERATION TESTS ................................... 21
11.5. CONTROL CABINET TESTING ................................................................................ 22
12.0 MATERIALS INSPECTION AND CERTIFICATION .................................................................. 22
13.0 NON DESTRUCTIVE EXAMINATION (NDE) FOR VALVE CASTINGS ................................... 22
13.1. INSPECTION CLASS 1: ........................................................................................... 22
13.2. INSPECTION CLASS 2: ........................................................................................... 22
13.3. INSPECTION CLASSES 3 & 4: ................................................................................ 22
13.4. VISUAL EXAMINATION............................................................................................ 22
13.5. IMPACT TESTS ........................................................................................................ 22
14.0 SPARE PARTS AND CONSUMABLES .................................................................................... 23
14.1. PHILOSOPHY........................................................................................................... 23
14.2. START-UP AND COMMISSIONING SPARES .......................................................... 23
14.3. OPERATIONAL SPARES ......................................................................................... 23
14.4. VENDOR MAINTENANCE AND GUARANTEE ........................................................ 23
15.0 WARRANTY ............................................................................................................................. 24
ANNEX 1 ................................................................................................................................. 25
ANNEX 2 ................................................................................................................................. 26
ANNEX 3 ................................................................................................................................. 27
ANNEX 4 ................................................................................................................................. 28
ANNEX 5 ................................................................................................................................. 29

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LIST OF AUTHORIZED SIGNATURES/INITIALS

DGS Discipline Committee Member, ADRD Basheer Ahmed Kottayil

DGS Discipline Committee Member, RR Raj Kumar

DGS Discipline Committee Member, E&TSD Mohammed Hussein Baidas

DGS Discipline Committee Member, SD Wasantha Saranath Rabel

DGS Discipline Committee Leader, E&TSD Abdulla Musaed Al Harthi

Standards & Procedures S/H, E&TSD Abdulla Musaed Al Harthi

Vice President, E&TSD Salem Obeid Al Dhaheri

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1.0 GENERAL
1.1. INTRODUCTION
This design criteria along with specifications, practices, and standards referenced
herein provides the basis for engineering and design of ESD and On/Off valves
which are to be provided for the ABU DHABI OIL REFINING COMPANY
(TAKREER) in the United Arab Emirates. This includes the requirements for the
design, construction, functioning and testing of ESD and On/Off valves.
This includes the requirements for the design, construction, functioning and testing of
ESD, EIV, EDP and On/Off valves. This specification mentions ESD & On/Off valves,
for the purpose of definition details mentioned for ESD valves are applicable to EIV
and EDP valves as well.
1.2. PURPOSE
The purpose of this specification is to establish the minimum design requirements
and standards for ESD and On/Off valves and will apply to the following tasks:
• Front End Engineering Design (FEED)
• Detailed Engineering
• Purchasing
• Construction
• Installation
• Commissioning
1.3. DEFINITIONS
For the purposes of this specification, the following definitions shall apply:
General Definitions
COMPANY – shall be defined as ABU DHABI OIL REFINING COMPANY
(TAKREER)
CONTRACTOR – shall be defined as the company to which TAKREER award the
Engineering, Procurement and Construction phase.
MANUFACTURER/VENDOR – shall be defined as the supplier of equipment and
support services for a particular piece of equipment/package.
CONCESSION REQUEST – A deviation requested by the CONTRACTOR or
VENDOR, usually after receiving the contract package or purchase order. Often, it
refers to an authorization to use, repair, recondition, reclaim, or release materials,
components or equipment already in progress or completely manufactured but
which does not meet or comply with COMPANY requirements. A CONCESSION
REQUEST is subject to COMPANY approval.
SHALL – Indicates a mandatory requirement.
SHOULD – Indicates a strong recommendation.

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Specific Definitions
BLOW-DOWN – Opening of a valve in order to reduce the pressure in process
equipment at a controlled rate
DEPRESSURISING – Reducing the pressure in process equipment at a controlled
rate in emergency conditions or for operational purposes
EMERGENCY SHUT-OFF/ SHUTDOWN – Shutting off a fluid flow in an emergency
condition, when required e.g. a safeguarding system.
INSPECTION CLASS — A collection of piping components, suitable for a defined
service and design limits in a piping system. Inspection classes are compiled in
specification DGS-MU-014, Minimum Shop Inspection and Certification requirements.
ON/OFF – Changing to an open, closed or predetermined state when required, for
example, by a sequence control system.
1.4. ABREVIATIONS AND ACRONYMS
The following abbreviations and acronyms are used on the RRE Project:
CCR – Central Control Room
DCS – Distributed Control System
EDP – Emergency De-pressurisation
EPC – Engineering, Procurement and Construction
ESD – Emergency Shutdown System
EIV - Emergency Isolation Valve
FF – FOUNDATION FieldBus
FAT – Factory Acceptance Test
HART – Highway Addressable Remote Transducer
ICS – Integrated Control System
I/O – Inputs/Outputs
LPG – Liquid Petroleum Gas
MCC – Motor Control Centre
P&ID – Piping and Instrumentation Diagram
PLC – Programmable Logic Controller
RRD – Ruwais Refinery Division
RRE – Ruwais Refinery Expansion
SAT – Site Acceptance Test
SIL – Safety Integrity Level
SIS – Satellite Instrument Shelter
SMART – Self-Monitoring Analysis and Reporting Technology

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TGS – Tank Gauging System


TSO – Tight Shut-Off
2.0 CODES AND STANDARDS
The following codes and standards shall, to the extent specified herein, form a part of
this specification. latest updated standards is the effective date for all codes and
standards. i.e. The code or standard valid on that date is the one to be used.
Note: The Codes and Standards listed below are a complement to those listed in
specification DGS-AMD-IU-001, Instrumentation and Control.

American Petroleum Institute (API)

API STD 598 Valve Inspection and Testing

API STD 599 Metal Plug Valves-Flanged, Threaded and Welding Ends

API STD 600 / ISO Bolted Bonnet Steel Gate Valves for Petroleum and Natural
10434 Gas Industries

API STD 607 / ISO Fire Test for Soft-Seated Quarter Turn Valves
10497

API STD 608 Metal Ball Valves – Flanged and Butt-Welding Ends

API STD 609 Butterfly Valves: Double Flanged, Lug- and Wafer-Type

API RP 941 Steels for Hydrogen Service at Elevated Temperatures and


Pressures in Petroleum Refineries and Petrochemical Plants

API STD 2000 Venting Atmospheric and Low-Pressure Storage Tanks:


Non-refrigerated and Refrigerated

API 6D / ISO 14313 Specifications for Pipeline Valves

API 6FA Specification for Fire Test for Valves

American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME)

ASME B 16.5 Pipe Flanges and Flanged Fittings

ASME B 16.10 Face to Face and End-to-End Dimensions of Valves

ASME B 16.34 Valves Flanged, Threaded and Welded End

ASME B 16.47 Large Diameter Steel Flanges: NPS 26 through NPS 60

ASME B 31.3 Process Piping

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ASME B 46.1 Surface Texture, Surface Roughness, Waviness and Lay

ASME Boiler and Pressure Vessels - Section VIII


Pressure Vessel
Code

National Association of Corrosion Engineers (NACE)

NACE MR-01-03 Sulfide Stress Cracking Resistant Metallic Materials for


Oilfield Equipment

National Fire Protection Association (NFPA)

NFPA 70 National Electrical Code

International Organization for Standardization (ISO)

ISO 5208 Industrial Valves – Pressure Testing of Valves

ISO 5210 Industrial Valve-Multi-turn Valve Actuator

ISO 5211 Industrial Valves – Part-turn Valve Actuator

ISO 9001 Quality Management Systems – Requirement

ISO 9004 Managing for the Sustained Success of an Organization – A


Quality Management Approach

ISO 10474 Steel and Steel Products – Inspection documents

ISO 10497 Testing of Vales-Fire Type Testing Requirements

ISO 19011 Guidelines for Auditing Management Systems

European Committee for Electrotechnical Standardization (CENELEC EN)

EN 10204 Metallic products types of inspection documents

EN 12266-1 Industrial valves Testing of valves Part 1: Pressure tests,


test procedures and acceptance criteria Mandatory
requirements

EN 12266-2 Industrial Valves - Testing of Valves Part 2: Tests, Test


Procedures and Acceptance Criteria Supplementary
Requirements

EN 60079-0 Electrical apparatus for explosive gas atmospheres Part 0:

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General requirements

EN 60079-1 Explosive atmospheres – Part 1: Equipment protection by


flameproof enclosures “d”

EN 60079-7 Electrical apparatus for explosive gas atmospheres Part 7:


Increased safety “e”

EN 60079-11 Explosive atmospheres – Part 11: Equipment protection by


intrinsic safety “i”

EN 60085 Electrical insulation Thermal classification

EN 60529 Degrees of Protection Provided by Enclosures (IP Code)

EN 60947-5-6 Low-Voltage Switchgear and Control gear Part 5-6: Control


Circuit Devices and Switching Elements DC Interface for
Proximity Sensors and Switching Amplifiers

Manufacturer’s Standardization Society of the Valve and Fittings Industry


(MSS)

MSS-SP-55 Quality Standards for Steel Castings for Valves, Flanges,


Fittings and other piping components – Visual Method for
Evaluation of Surface Irregularities.

3.0 REFERENCE DOCUMENTS


Design General Specifications:

DGS-IS-004 Emergency Shutdown System

TEC-PU-006 ESD Philosophy

DGS-IU-001 Instrumentation and Control


DGS-IU-009 Instrumentation for De-pressuring Systems

DGS-IE-009 Motor Operated Valves

DGS-MD-001 Vessel Design Basis

DGS-MD-002 Pressure Vessels – General

DGS-MU-002 Preservation and Export Packing

DGS-MU-003 Spare Parts

DGS-MU-009 Equipment Noise Control Specification

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DGS-MU-014 Minimum Shop Inspection and Certification Requirements

DGS-MW-002 Welding, NDE & Prevention of Brittle Fracture of Piping

DGS-MW-004 Material and Fabrication Requirements for Carbon Steel


Piping and Equipment in Severe Service

DGS-MW-006 PMI (Positive Material Identification) Vessels and Piping

DGS-MX-001 Painting Specification

DGS-PU-003 Technical Specification for Piping Systems

4.0 DOCUMENT PRECEDENCE


In case of conflict, the order of document precedence shall be:
A) Datasheets
B) Specifications
C) Codes and Standards
D) Standard Drawings
5.0 SPECIFICATION DEVIATION/CONCESSION CONTROL
Any technical deviations to the Purchase Order and its attachments including, but not
limited to, the Data Sheets and Narrative Specifications shall be sought by the
VENDOR only through CONCESSION REQUEST format. CONCESSION REQUESTS
require CONTRACTOR’S and COMPANY’S review/approval, prior to the proposed
technical changes being implemented. Technical changes implemented prior to
COMPANY approval are subject to rejection.
6.0 QUALITY ASSURANCE/CONTROL
The VENDOR shall have in effect at all times, a QA/QC program which clearly
establishes the authority and responsibility of those responsible for the quality system.
Persons performing quality functions shall have sufficient and well defined authority to
enforce quality requirements that initiate, identify, recommend, and provide solutions to
quality problems and verifies the effectiveness of the corrective action.
VENDOR’S proposed quality system shall fully satisfy all the elements of ISO 9001
and ISO 9004 with due regard to ISO 19011. The quality system shall provide for the
planned and systematic control of all quality-related activities performed during design.
A copy of the VENDOR’S QA/QC program shall be submitted to the CONTRACTOR
with its quotation for CONTRACTOR’S review and concurrence prior to award. If
VENDOR’S QA/QC program and facility, where the work is to be performed, is ISO
9001 certified, then only a copy of the VENDOR’S ISO 9001 certificate is required. In
addition, if VENDOR’S facility is ISO certified, CONTRACTOR’S QA audit
requirements will be waived in favor of ISO 9001 registrar audits, unless the
CONTRACTOR’S trend analysis program indicates areas of concern.

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The VENDOR shall identify in purchase documents to its SUBVENDORS all applicable
QA/QC requirements imposed by the CONTRACTOR, and shall ensure compliance
thereto. On request, VENDOR shall provide objective evidence of its QA/QC
surveillance of its SUBVENDOR’S activities.
The VENDOR shall submit certified reports of production tests as soon as the tests are
completed satisfactorily.
The COMPANY/CONTRACTOR reserves the right to inspect materials and
workmanship at all stages of manufacture and to witness any or all tests. The
VENDOR, 30 days after award, but prior to the pre-inspection meeting, shall provide
the CONTRACTOR with a copy of its Manufacturing and Inspection Plan for review
and inclusion of any mandatory COMPANY/CONTRACTOR witness points.
The criticality Rating (CR) System outlined in specification DGS-MU-013, Criticality
Rating System, shall be used to develop the design checking levels and minimum
requirements for shop inspection, testing and material certification given in
specification DGS-MU-014, Minimum Shop Inspection and Certification Requirements.
7.0 DOCUMENTATION
The MANUFACTURER/VENDOR shall submit the following documents with the
quotation if applicable.
a) Calculations of valve capacity, details of selected actuator, details of secured
instrument air vessel;
b) Data to support SIL calculations including PFD (Probability of Failure on Demand),
SFF (Safe Failure Fraction), etc.
c) Dimensions and construction drawings of the valve, including accessories and air
lines;
d) Construction drawings of the secured instrument air vessel (if supplied);
e) Manuals for all accessories including spare parts, parts No’s and repair kits with
complete operation and installation details.
The test results from the factory test shall be made available to the purchaser as part
of a package of final certified documents and drawings.
At a later stage, the MANUFACTURER/VENDOR shall complete a spare parts list and
interchangeability record for all equipment supplied.
VENDOR shall submit the type and quantity of drawings and documentation for
CONTRACTORS authorization or information as listed in the individual Material
Requisitions and Purchase Orders.
Mutual agreement on scheduled submittal of drawings and engineering data shall be
an integral part of any formal Purchase Order.
Comments made by CONTRACTOR on drawing submittal shall not relieve VENDOR
or SUBVENDORS of any responsibility in meeting the requirements of the
specifications. Such comments shall not be construed as permission to deviate from
requirements of the Purchase Order unless specific and mutual agreement is reached
and confirmed in writing.

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Each drawing shall be provided with a title block in the bottom right-hand corner
incorporating the following information:
a) Official trade name of the VENDOR.
b) VENDOR’S drawing number.
c) Drawing title giving the description of contents whereby the drawing can be
identified.
d) A symbol or letter indicating the latest issue or revision.
e) Purchase Order number and item tag numbers.
f) TAKREER Logo.
Revisions to drawing shall be identified with symbols adjacent to the alterations, a brief
description in tabular form of each revision shall be given, and if applicable, the
authority and date of the revision shall be listed. The term “Latest Revision” shall not
be used.
8.0 SUBCONTRACTORS/VENDORS
The VENDOR shall assume unit responsibility and overall guarantee for the equipment
package and associated equipment.
The VENDOR shall transmit all relevant Purchase Order documents including
specifications to his SUBVENDORS and SUBCONTRACTORS.
It is the VENDOR'S responsibility to enforce all Purchase Order and Specification
requirements on his SUBVENDORS and SUBCONTRACTORS.
The VENDOR shall submit all relevant SUBVENDOR and SUBCONTRACTOR
drawings and engineering data to the CONTRACTOR, including detailed assembly
drawings with all parts list, and part No’s of the original VENDOR.
The VENDOR shall obtain and transmit all SUBVENDOR and SUBCONTRACTOR
warranties to the CONTRACTOR/COMPANY, in addition to the system warranty.
9.0 HANDLING
9.1. PACKAGING AND SHIPPING
Preparation for shipment shall be in accordance with the specification 5578-AMD-MU-
002, Preservation and Export Packing. VENDOR shall be solely responsible for the
adequacy of the preparation for shipment provisions with respect to materials and
application, and to provide equipment at the destination in ex-works condition when
handled by commercial carriers.
Adequate protection shall be provided to prevent mechanical damage and atmospheric
corrosion in transit and at the jobsite.
Preparation for shipment and packing will be subject to inspection and rejection by
COMPANY'S / CONTRACTOR’S inspectors. All costs occasioned by such rejection
shall be to the account of the VENDOR.
After inspection and test, equipment shall be completely free of water and dry before
start of preparation for shipment.

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Equipment shall be packed, securely anchored, and skid mounted when required.
Bracing, supports, and rigging connections shall be provided to prevent damage during
transit, lifting, or unloading. All temporary bracing/supports shall be marked "REMOVE
BEFORE EQUIPMENT COMMISSIONING AND START-UP".
Flanged openings shall be protected with metal cover plates to prevent damage during
shipment. Covers shall be a minimum of 6 mm thick and shall be installed with a full-
size gasket using a minimum of 4 full diameter bolts. Large diameter flanges will
require enough full diameter bolts to seat the cover all around. The cover and flange
shall be taped for waterproof protection.
Open ends of tubes and pipe shall be capped for protection. Female threaded
connections shall be plugged with solid metal pipe plugs, and male threaded
connections shall be protected with full metal pipe caps.
Separate, loose, and spare parts shall be completely boxed. Pieces of equipment and
spare parts shall be identified by item number and service and marked with
Contractor's order number, tag number, and weight, both inside and outside of each
individual package or container. A bill of material shall be enclosed in each package
or container of parts.
Exposed finished and machined surfaces, including bolting, shall be given a coating of
rust inhibiting compound. Internal metal surfaces shall be sprayed or coated with a
suitable rust preventative prior to shipment. Openings shall be suitably tagged to
indicate the rust preventative applied.
Mechanical seal assemblies shall be fully protected from rusting and entry of moisture
and dirt.
One complete set of the installation, operation, and maintenance instructions shall be
packed in the boxes or crates with equipment. This is in addition to the number called
for in the Purchase Order.
9.2. PRESERVATION AND STORAGE
Equipment and materials shall be protected to withstand ocean transit and extended
period of storage at the jobsite for a minimum period of 18 months. Equipment shall
be protected to safeguard against all adverse environments, such as: humidity,
moisture, rain, dust, dirt, sand, mud, salt air, salt spray, and seawater.
All equipment and material shall be preserved and export packed in accordance with
specification DGS-MU-002, Preservation and Export Packing.
10.0 DESIGN
10.1. CLIMATIC CONDITIONS
On/Off and ESD valves and accessories shall be designed to withstand maximum
ambient temperature of 58° C and maximum instrument solar temperature of 87° C.
Sunshades shall be supplied with the On/Off valves to protect the accessories.
The following climatic data are site conditions:
Temperature:
Maximum in shade : 58°C

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Maximum in the sun : 87°C


Minimum ambient : 5°C
Relative Humidity:
Maximum : 100%
Average : 70%
Minimum : 6%
Design : 100%
Rainfall is infrequent but may occur with winds up to 39 m/sec. Sandstorms are
frequent and dust adheres to all exposed surfaces. Heavy salty dews are frequent.
10.2. ON/OFF AND EMERGENCY SHUTDOWN VALVES

In general there shall be three types of ESD valves – Process and Utility related
shutdown valves (XV/UXV), Depressurizing valves (XDV/UXDV) and Inventory
Isolation valves (XEIV/UEIV). “U” as the first character is used for valves in Utilities
and Offsites areas. XDP valve design shall be in accordance with specification DGS-
IU-009, Instrumentation for De-pressuring systems.
Except for sequencing valves a local control station to open/close the valves shall be
provided in a safe operating location outside the fire zones.
Valve types shall be based on the following:
Pipe Diameter ESD, EIV & Motor Operated On/Off Valves
XDP Valves Molecular Sieve
On/Off Valves
Molecular Sieve
½” to 3 Ball Valves Ball Valves Plug valves per
Licensor requirement
> 4” Ball Valves Triple Offset Plug valves per
Triple offset Butterfly Butterfly Valves Licensor requirement
valve for Pipe > 8”

Valves < 8” shall have a minimum of 300lb flange rating.


Valves > 10” shall be line rated.
ESD valves shall be ball-type; trunnion mounted; side entry; with flanged end
connections integral with the valve body, and fire safe design. The ESD valves shall
be operated by air driven piston actuators. All ESD valves shall be tight shut-off (TSO)
in accordance with API 6D / ISO 14313. No ESD valve shall be fitted with a hand
wheel, unless specifically indicated on P&ID. For large sizes and other particular
applications, triple-offset valves may be considered subject to COMPANY approval.
The ESD valve can be reduced port except where Full Bore is defined on P&ID.

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On/Off valves shall be of the valve-type specified to suit the process service. The
actuator type for On/Off valves shall be chosen to suit the process service, and the
frequency of use determined by the control system requirements. However air driven
piston or diaphragm type are preferred. All On/Off valves shall be TSO in accordance
with its specified design standard and / or Data sheet requirement. Where specified in
COMPANY Specification DGS-PU-003, Technical Specification for Piping Systems,
and / or Data Sheet, On/Off valves shall be of fire safe design to the relevant approved
standard.
Pipeline sectionalizing valves, scraper trap isolation valves, remote operated valves
and tight shut-off valves in gas service applications, shall be compliant with the
requirements of API 6D / ISO 14313.
Motor Operated Valves (MOVs) may not be used for ESD application requiring fail-
safe valve position but can be used for general On/Off valve functions. However, these
are outside the scope of this specification. For details refer to specification DGS-IE-
009, Motor Operated Valves.
All electrical accessories utilized on ESD and On/Off valve/actuator sets shall be
tropicalized for high heat and humidity.
On/Off ball valves with hand wheel shall be used for molecular sieve applications
unless other wise mandated by Process Licensor. The use of any other type of valves
for molecular sieve application must have COMPANY approval.
In other cases, valves type will be defined by using piping class. Where valves are
specified for use in sour service they shall conform to the requirements of NACE MR-
01-03. Valves used in Hydrogen service shall be certified for use in the specific
application in accordance with API RP 941.
ESD and On/Off valves materials of construction, valve design, and standards shall be
selected in accordance with specification DGS-PU-003, Technical Specification for
Piping Systems. The exception is the valve stem material, which shall be selected to
withstand the maximum torque/thrust of the actuator, and consideration given to the
frequency of valve use.
10.3. ACTUATOR AND ACCESSORIES
10.3.1. General
All ESD valves, and specified On/Off valves, shall be fitted with air driven, spring
opposed, piston-type actuators. The use of any other type of actuator must first have
COMPANY approval. The materials of construction, of the actuator, shall be steel.
Actuators shall be attached to the valve stem as per ISO 5211.
On/Off valves shall be fitted with actuators that are suitable for process service and
frequency of use. The preferred actuators are air driven, spring opposed, piston or
diaphragm types. The materials of construction of the actuator, for valves 2-inches
and larger shall be steel. Below this size, the use of other materials, such as
aluminium, may be used, if steel is impractical, but only with the approval of the
COMPANY.
The actuator shall be sized to shut off against the specified maximum differential
pressure with the ability to be opened at this differential pressure. The maximum

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recommended air supply for sizing the actuator shall be 3.5 Barg reduced from a 7.0
Barg nominal supply.
The design thrust or torque for actuator selection and all drive train calculations shall
be at least twice the breakaway thrust or torque. However, when the valve is
“running”, a minimum factor of safety of 1.25 times differential is obligatory between
the maximum torque/thrust required to cycle the valve (with maximum differential
pressure across the valve) and the output torque/thrust developed by the actuator, with
air driven stroke of 3.5 Barg, and spring driven stroke. Where valve units are in dirty
service or in services where the fluid characteristics require then this shall be
increased to at least 2 times.
The assembled actuator shall be designed to withstand (without damage) the
mechanical design pressure of the Instrument Air System, 12 Barg.
Tensile stresses in the drive train components, including stem extensions, shall not
exceed 67% of the specified minimum yield strength (SMYS) when delivering the
design torque. Shear, torsion and bearing stresses shall not exceed the limits
specified in ASME Boiler and Pressure Vessel Code Section VIII, Division 2, Part AD-
132.
All ESD valves as defined on P&ID shall have on-line jog testing (partial stroke
checking) facility connected to a valve health monitoring system, this shall be operated
from the DCS / ESD System.
All fluid properties – entrained solids, two phase flow etc shall be taken into
consideration when selecting materials for valve bodies and trims. To ensure this, the
fluid properties will be fully defined on the relevant Valve Data Sheet and covered by
specific notes where necessary. Valve vendors shall be required to ensure that all
aspects of the fluids have been considered when selecting materials for the valves.
This will be confirmed in conjunction with CONTRACTOR’s Metallurgy Department.
Trims and actuators will be especially addressed in respect of process duty, break out
torque etc and valve stems must be capable of transmitting these loads. The expected
mechanical properties of the valve will be fully defined on the relevant Valve Data
Sheet and covered by specific notes where necessary. Valve Vendors shall be
required to ensure that all aspects of the mechanical design have been considered
when selecting materials for the valves. This will be confirmed in conjunction with the
CONTRACTOR’s Metallurgy Department.
Each valve will be installed in line with the Vendor’s recommendations and will follow
good engineering practice as far as support and accessibility to valves is concerned.
Installation and commissioning recommendations from the Vendors will be part of the
documentation supplied by Vendors for review by CONTRACTOR. CONTRACTOR
shall incorporate these recommendations in the design. Construction shall follow
these installation recommendations when installing the valves in the plant.
The actuator construction and finish shall be suitable for installation in open
unprotected environment. The grade of environmental protection for all instrumentation
shall be weatherproof to IP 65 minimum.
Fittings for connecting instrument components shall be in 316 and tubing 317 stainless
steel. 904L and Hastelloy tubing will be used based on process requirements as
specified on data sheets. The size of the tubing and fittings shall be minimum 6mm
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nominal outside diameter. Fittings to be of Swagelok compression type. Mounting


plates brackets nuts and bolts for mounting accessories shall be 316 SS. Refer to
specifications DGS-IU-001, Instrumentation and Control and DGS-IU-003, Instrument
Piping Systems Material for further information on materials.
All external earths of items such as solenoid coil enclosure shall be connected to a
common earth lug/strip, which in turn will be connected to the plant earth (by others).
Unless otherwise specified, the response time to fully stroke the valve shall be in
accordance with the process specification. Use of quick exhaust valves to achieve
closing time requirements shall require COMPANY approval.
For valves which will be active, i.e. frequently operated, consideration should be given
to the use of silencers.
If fireproofing has to be applied, accessories for ESD valves and actuators are
protected from fire by installation inside protective local enclosures. The enclosure
shall be rated for 30-minute fire rating without increasing internal temperature above
the maximum allowable limit for the actuator and accessories, assuming a continuous
total exposure to fire with a flame temperature of 11000C. The enclosure design shall
have apertures to provide visibility and access to accessories. The aperture shall be
designed in such a way that accessories can easily be removable through this without
removing the enclosure. In particular, the valve travel indicator shall be extended
outside enclosure.
10.3.2. Filter Regulators
Self-draining automatic type 316 SS filter regulators with gauges shall be supplied. Air
filters may be considered instead of air filter regulators in instrument air supply lines to
long-stroke cylinder actuators that can withstand the maximum air pressure.
If applied, the air filter shall be provided with an automatic water drain and a filter
cartridge of the rigid structure type, to resist channeling, rupturing, shrinkage or
distortion, having a maximum mesh size of 40 µm. Glass (bowl type) or polycarbonate
filters shall not be used.
10.3.3. Limit Switches
Limit switches shall be suitable for mounting on the valve and must not be affected
mechanically or functionally by any vibration.
Line monitoring is required for all the limit switches of ESD and ON/OFF valves.
Switch type required: To operate on the proximity principle in accordance with the
requirements of DIN 19234, Hermetically Sealed Single Pole change over switches,
ideally suitable for use in zone 1 or 2.
The protection shall be intrinsically safe type EEx (ia).
Switches to operate within the first 4 % of valve travel.
The number of limit switches required per valve and their operation shall be specified
on individual valve material data sheets. The limit switches shall be enclosed in a
protection box.
The junction box will contain sufficient terminals to terminate the position switches.
Terminals shall be clamp type. One cable outlet for each limit switch shall be provided.
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A single cable entry and sufficient terminals shall be allowed for termination of all
cores/screens of COMPANY interfacing cable.
The standard instrument electrical entry shall be ISO M20, the cable gland shall be
provided by others.
The valve animation in the ESD/DCS shall be from limit switches only (close/open
switches) and not from close/open commands.
10.3.4. Solenoid Valves
Solenoid valves shall be provided with each shutdown valve. Pilot operated solenoid
valves shall not be used. The solenoid valve shall be of three-port change over spring
return type, normally energized with the solenoid valve open for fail safe operation.
The solenoid will be continuously line monitored to ensure circuit integrity. The body
and trim material shall be 316 stainless steel. Solenoid valve shall be sized to achieve
the proper stroking time requirement. Connections shall be NPT.
Solenoid valves shall have 24 VDC low watt coil with continuous duty Class F
insulation and fitted with surge suppression diodes. All solenoid valves in hazardous
area shall be certified Ex ‘d’ to electrical classification of hazardous area and
weatherproof protection to IP 65 minimum. Solenoid valves shall be provided with a
disc and/or seat of resilient material to give a tight shut-off feature.
Solenoid valves shall be installed with the actuator. The minimum port size in the
solenoid valve shall be 1/4”. Solenoid valves shall be supplied with bug screens on
exhaust ports to avoid dust accumulation.
Solenoid coil power shall not exceed 10 Watt.
10.3.5. Handwheels
If a handwheel is required (not permitted for ESD valves), the following are the
minimum requirements:
The operating torque shall not exceed 80 Nm on the rim of the handwheel.
The transfer from actuator operation to handwheel operation shall be possible in all
stem positions.
The handwheel should be yoke mounted and of the non-declutchable type.
The handwheel for butterfly valves shall be shaft mounted instead of yoke mount.
10.3.6. Secured Instrument Air Buffer Vessels
Secured air shall be applied for springless actuators in order to drive the control valve
to a safe position in the event of an air failure and also for critical ESD valves on
Inventory Isolation and Depressurising service, as back-up.
The secured instrument air supply shall maintain sufficient air pressure in the buffer
vessel to allow for at least three full valve strokes (open & close). Unless otherwise
specified in the requisition, the capacity of the secured instrument or air buffer vessel
shall be sized for a minimum instrument air supply pressure of 3.5 Barg.
Carbon Steel Vessels shall be designed as per ASME Section VIII, Division I, with
ASME “U” stamp. A relief valve shall be supplied to protect the vessel from
overpressure. Drain and vent connections to the vessel shall be 1/4” NPT.
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10.3.7. Partial Stroke Testing


All ESD and EIV valves shall have the facility to undergo partial stroke testing via the
Asset Management System (AMS) to ensure the healthiness of the valve. Further
testing for the solenoid valve to be considered to ensure its availability on demand by
interrupting the power to solenoid for short time (100ms) and check back the pressure
by the AMS by the smart positioner. This shall be implemented as per the ESD system
and AMS.
VENDOR standard and shall be approved SMART electronic positioners. The
VENDOR’S proposal is subject to prior approval by COMPANY. The positioner shall
communicate with the ESD system via a dedicated 4-20mA HART ESD output
channel. Positioners shall be selected with reverse acting relays in order to minimize
spurious trips
In the event of a trip, the solenoid valve will change state (de-energize) and the
positioner signal shall be driven to the minimum value (20 mA to close).
The digital valve positioner shall have a weather proof enclosure with a degree of
protection of at least IP-65 in accordance with EN 60529 and certificate for Area
Classification.
The following are the lists of valve positioner approved vendor and model that could be
integrated with ESD PST Scheduler
a) Dresser Masoneilan – SVIiiESD
b) Samson – 373x-D
c) Metso – VG8000
d) Floserve – Lgx3200MD
e) Fisher – DVC6000
Accessory pressure gauge, as required, graduated in the units specified on the
datasheet, shall be provided on the valve controller for the air signals. Gauges shall be
of 316 SS and size will be per Manufacturer’s standard.
Since the valve is never bypassed or disabled, the valve remains available for
shutdown during the test. The PST (partial Stroke Test) has the following
requirements:
• Shut-down action that occurs during the PST period shall override the PST.
• The test shall be manual or programmed in the AMS through installed software
from the digital valve controller vendor based on a maintenance schedule.
• After PST, diagnostic report shall be generated in the valve installed software
showing the valve’s response. This will determine the valve’s performance during
emergency demand.
.
10.4. PAINTING
Refer to specification DGS-MX-001, Painting.

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Manufacturer standard Paint system may be used if it adheres to above requirements.


Body
The body shall only be primer coat painted.
Actuator
ESD, EIV and XDP Valves.
The actuator shall be finish coat painted with FLAME RED, RAL 3000.
On/Off Valves for sequence and control application:
The actuator shall be finish coat painted with YELLOW,RAL1004

10.5. The actuator shall be finish coat painted with FLAME RED, RAL 3000VALVE
IDENTIFICATION
ESD and On/Off valves, and Actuators shall be provided with a permanently attached
stainless steel identification plate. At least the following information shall be clearly
stamped on the plate:
a) Item tag number
b) MANUFACTURER’S name or trade mark;
c) MANUFACTURER’S model/type number (valve and actuator);
d) MANUFACTURER’S serial number;
e) Maximum pressure rating;
f) Sizing of the valve;
g) Material (body and trim);
h) Flange rating;
i) Electrical protection type;
j) Action on air supply and/or signal failure;
Control and On/Off valve body flanges, etc. shall be marked in accordance with the
applicable design code.
The direction of flow, the valve body rating, the body material and, where applicable,
the TSO direction(s) shall be clearly indicated by a permanent mark cast in or stamped
on the valve body, not painted.
Warning plates, if required, shall be fixed by screws or rivets.
Text shall be white letters on a red background and stating, as appropriate, either:

WARNING

TRIM SIZE AFFECTS RELIEF VALVE CAPACITY


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Or

WARNING

TRIM SIZE AFFECTS FIRING OF FURNACE

All electrical accessories such as solenoid valves and limit switches shall be clearly
identified with their electrical protection type.
11.0 TESTS
All ESD and On/Off valves shall be factory tested and inspected in accordance with
the project engineering procedures as per specification DGS-MU-014, Minimum Shop
Inspection and Certification Requirements. All pre-tests as recommended by the
aforementioned specification shall be carried out prior to commencement of the FAT,
and where required records produced that the pre-tests have been completed.
11.1. GENERAL
All ESD and On/Off valves with their accessories if part of the supply) shall be
subjected to the following checks and tests as a minimum.
a) Dimensional check;
b) Hydrostatic test;
c) Performance and mechanical operation test.
The test results shall be made available to the purchaser as part of the package of
final certified document and drawings.
11.2. DIMENSIONAL AND FLANGE FACE FINISH CHECK
The face-to-face dimensions of ESD and On/Off valves shall be according to the
relevant standards referenced in Section 2.0, Codes and Standards.
All dimensions (including overall height) shall be as shown on the
MANUFACTURER’S/VENDOR’S drawings.
The flange face finish shall be checked in accordance with ASME 46.1 Gasket contact
surface finish, “smooth”, Ra 3.2 - Ra 6.5 for RF facings, or as specified.
11.3. HYDROSTATIC PRESSURE TEST AND GAS SEAT LEAK TEST
All ESD valves shall be hydrostatically shell tested in accordance with API 6D / ISO
14313 (Annex C.2), and low-pressure gas seat tested in accordance with API 6D / ISO
14313 (Annex C.3) to ISO 5208 Rate A (no visible leakage).
On/Off valves utilized in the following services shall be hydrostatically shell tested in
accordance with API 6D / ISO 14313 (Annex C.2), and low-pressure gas seat tested in
accordance with API 6D / ISO 14313 (Annex C.3) to ISO 5208 Rate A (no visible
leakage, soft seat) or Rate D (metal-to-metal seat):
(i) Pipeline sectionalizing valves

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(ii) Scraper Trap Isolation Valves


(iii) Remote Operated Valves
(iv) Tight Shut-off Valves in Gas Service
On/Off valves (other than those on services above) shall be hydrostatically shell
tested, and gas seat tested in accordance with the standard associated with the valve,
such as API STD 598 or EN 12266-1; with the exception that the duration time of the
hydrostatic shell tests shall conform to the following table:

Valve Size Test Duration

2-inch & Below 1 Minute

3-inches to 8-inches 2 minutes


(inclusive)

10-inches and above 3 minutes

The water quality shall be clean potable water, clear and free of sulphides. Water
containing up to 200 mg/kg chlorides, temperature not to exceed 50o C, may be used
for the pressure test. See specification DGS-PU-004, General Piping - Process and
Utility Field Pressure Testing for more details. Valves shall be thoroughly dried after
testing.
11.4. PERFORMANCE AND MECHANICAL OPERATION TESTS
11.4.1. Functional Tests
All ESD and On/Off valves will be subject to functional testing, which shall include, but
not be limited to, the following:
(i) Actuator operation: cycle (open/close) each valve with its actuator at least five
times with actuator sizing differential pressure across the valve.
Verify: opening and closing times; that valve position coincides with position
indicator, and limit switches.
(ii) Buffer Vessel capacity: cycle (open/close) each valve with its actuator three times
with actuator sizing differential pressure across the valve.
(iii) Operate valve using resets / overrides on solenoid valve (if such has been
specified).
(iv) Operate valve utilizing ESD jog test
(v) Hydraulic test of valve, at test pressure as per API 6D / ISO 14313
(vi) Air Seat test per C.3 of API 6D / ISO 14313
11.4.2. Torque / Thrust Testing
All ESD and On/Off valves shall be subject to operational torque testing as per Section
C.6 of Supplementary Test Requirements (Annex C) of API 6D / ISO 14313. The
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driven, shall be less than 75% of the design torques specified by the actuator
manufacturer.
11.5. CONTROL CABINET TESTING
All tubing inside control cabinets shall be pneumatically tested up to 10.3 bar(g) of air
pressure. Complete integrity test shall be carried out by VENDOR to check stroke
timing.
12.0 MATERIALS INSPECTION AND CERTIFICATION
For bodies and materials in contact with the fluid, material inspection and certification
requirements shall be in accordance with ISO 10474, 3.1B original or red stamped
copies verified by COMPANY approved inspectors, and with 2.2 for other parts.
PMI (Positive Material Identification) requirements for pressure containing equipment
shall be in accordance with COMPANY specification DGS-MW-006 and PROJECT
amendment DGS-MW-006, Positive Material Identification of Equipment and Piping.
13.0 NON DESTRUCTIVE EXAMINATION (NDE) FOR VALVE CASTINGS
Vendors shall refer to the inspection class number stated in the material requisition.
The definition for the valve inspection classes can be found in specification 5578-AMD-
MU-014, Minimum Shop Inspection and Certification Requirements.
13.1. INSPECTION CLASS 1:
NDE shall be 100% visual examination of all castings. In addition, either 100% dye
penetrant examination or 100% magnetic particle inspection (dependent on material
type) and radiographic examination of all critical areas as defined in para 8 of ASME
B16.34 of 10 % of the castings of each size, stock code number and each casting
supplier (minimum of one per supplier).
13.2. INSPECTION CLASS 2:
NDE shall be 100% visual examination of all castings. In addition, either 100% dye
penetrant examination or 100% magnetic particle inspection (dependent on material
type) of all critical areas as defined in paragraph 8 of ASME B16.34 of all castings.
13.3. INSPECTION CLASSES 3 & 4:
NDE shall be as per VENDOR standard procedure to be submitted with bid.
13.4. VISUAL EXAMINATION
Valve casting surface irregularities shall be compared with illustrations in MSS-SP-55
to establish if casting is acceptable/unacceptable.
13.5. IMPACT TESTS
Impact testing requirements of carbon and low alloy steels, utilized in the manufacture
of valves on low temperature services (less than 15o C) shall be determined using
ASME B31.3. Minimum design temperature shall be determined in accordance with
specification DGS-PU-003, Technical Specification for Piping Systems.
Austenitic stainless steels, copper alloys, nickel alloys do not require impact testing
unless required by ASME B31.3. Refer also to specification 5578-AMD-MW-002,
Welding, NDE and Prevention of Brittle Fracture of Piping.

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14.0 SPARE PARTS AND CONSUMABLES


14.1. PHILOSOPHY
Any spare parts for the ESD and On/Off valves used during the Warranty Period shall
be replenished at the VENDOR’S expense. Vendor shall provide a unit priced list of
recommended spare parts in accordance with DGS-MU-003, Spare Parts.
The time scale and procedure for repair and/or replacement of parts shall be stated in
the CONTRACTOR’S bid. The VENDOR shall provide adequate ordering information
to order consumable and spare parts as required. e.g Description of item, VENDOR’s
reference and part number etc.
14.2. START-UP AND COMMISSIONING SPARES
The VENDOR shall supply start-up spares, as required in order to avoid using any of
the recommended spares. The cost of start-up spares shall be quoted separately. The
time scales and procedure for repair and/or replacement of parts shall be stated in the
CONTRACTOR’S bid.
14.3. OPERATIONAL SPARES
The VENDOR shall review the equipment (including tools, testing and calibration
equipment) offered in his proposal and shall include a comprehensive recommended
spare parts list sufficient for commissioning, start-up and two (2) year’s continuous
operation of the equipment including consumables.
The costs of the recommended spares shall be quoted separately, by part.
CONTRACTOR shall provide order preparation services for spare parts and
consumable during the warranty period and for 2 years operation. This cost assumes
that the procurement service will be executed within a period such that the order to the
suppliers are placed before the corresponding Site Acceptance Test (SAT).
COMPANY will place the order directly to the VENDOR. All cost of material, packing,
shipping, clearing, custom duties. If applicable, delivery to site will be paid directly by
COMPANY.
Cost of spares and consumable for start-up and commissioning is included in
CONTRACTOR price.
14.4. VENDOR MAINTENANCE AND GUARANTEE
VENDOR confirms that warranty services are included in the unit pricing structure sum
for scope.
The spare part lists shall detail:
• Identifying model and/or figure number of the main equipment being quoted
• Part number and identification name
• Drawing or sketch number
• Source of the part. When a part is not manufactured by the VENDOR, the
original supplier’s identification must be given
• Price of spare parts

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• The lead time for supplying additional spares shall be quoted, (e.g., ex. stock, 30
days, subject to quotation, etc.).
All spare parts shall be clearly marked and identified using a concise tag number.
Original spare parts shall be guaranteed available for a period of 15 years from the
date of delivery and equivalent spare parts guaranteed available for a further 20 year
period.
Spare parts shall be adequately protected and packaged to prevent deterioration of
components and contract surfaces during prolonged storage under condition set forth
in the specification DGS-MU-002, Preservation and Export Packing.
15.0 WARRANTY
VENDOR shall provide warranty support for a period of twelve months, commencing
on the date of COMPANY written acceptance of the system following the site
acceptance test. Warranty shall apply to defective material workmanship and facility
design, and/or facility software. Warranty work shall be done at COMPANY local
facilities. The cost of diagnostics and/or correction of any warranty items shall be
borne by the VENDOR and the CONTRACTOR.
The VENDOR will not be required to provide resident maintenance personnel during
the warranty period, but shall have competent technical personnel available from the
local facility within 24 hours, if so required by COMPANY.
The VENDOR shall guarantee availability of spare parts for the system for a minimum
period of 15 years from the date of acceptance of the system.
The VENDOR shall guarantee that the software to be supplied shall be free from
errors; i.e., software/firmware failure to perform function(s) as specified in this
specification or COMPANY documentation.

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ANNEX 1
DOUBLE ACTING PNEUMATIC ACTUATOR
AIR FAIL OPEN OR CLOSED, VOLUME TANK FOR ACTUATION ON AIR FAILURE FOR ESD OR DCS
CONTROL

NOTES:

1. VOLUME TANK TO BE MOUNTED LOCAL TO VALVE AND SIZED FOR 1


STROKE ONLY

2. VENDOR TO SUPPLY PILOT VALVES WHEN REQUIRED TO MEET


SPECIFIED STROKING SPEEDS

3. PARTIAL STROKE TESTING TO BE PROVIDED WHERE SPECIFIED ON DATA


SHEET.

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ANNEX 2
DOUBLE ACTING PNEUMATIC ACTUATOR
AIR FAIL STAYPUT, VOLUME TANK FOR ACTUATION ON AIR FAILURE FOR DE-
PRESSURING OR ISOLATION DURING DE-PRESSURING

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ANNEX 3
DOUBLE ACTING PNEUMATIC ACTUATOR
AIR FAIL STAYPUT, DUAL SOLENOID OPERATED

CIRCUIT SHOWN DE-ENERGIZED, NO AIR OR ELECTRICAL POWER

NOTES:

1. VENDOR TO SUPPLY PILOT VALVES WHEN REQUIRED TO MEET


SPECIFIED STROKING SPEEDS

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ANNEX 4
SINGLE ACTING SPRING RETURN ACTUATOR AIR FAIL OPEN OR CLOSED
FOR ESD OR DCS CONTROL

CIRCUIT SHOWN DE-ENERGIZED, NO AIR OR ELECTRICAL POWER

NOTES:

1. VENDOR TO ADVISE WHERE DOUBLE ACTING ACTUATORS ARE TO BE USED ON


LARGER VALVES WHEN SPRING SIZE WOULD BE EXCESSIVE

2. PILOT VALVE TO BE PROVIDED TO PERMIT FAST VENTING OF


ACTUATORS WHEN REQUIRED

3. PARTIAL STROKE TESTING TO BE PROVIDED WHERE SPECIFIED ON DATA


SHEET.

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ANNEX 5
SINGLE ACTING SPRING RETURN ACTUATOR
AIR FAIL LOCKED, DRIFT TO SPRING FAIL POSITION FOR ESD OR DCS CONTROL

CIRCUIT SHOWN DE-ENERGIZED, NO AIR OR ELECTRICAL POWER

NOTES:

1. VENDOR TO ADVISE WHERE DOUBLE ACTING ACTUATORS ARE TO BE USED ON


LARGER VALVES WHEN SPRING SIZE WOULD BE EXCESSIVE

2. PILOT VALVE TO BE PROVIDED TO PERMIT FAST VENTING OF


ACTUATORS WHEN REQUIRED

3. PARTIAL STROKE TESTING TO BE PROVIDED WHERE SPECIFIED ON DATA SHEET .

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