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Distribution & Transport

Specifications

PRS & MRS

Date: 8/12/2003 Rev: C Author: J. Van Kerrebroeck Approved: Ph. Delmotte

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Index

1 OBJECTIVE OF THIS DOCUMENT ............................................................................................... 4


2 PRS ................................................................................................................................................. 4
2.1 PRS 4 BAR INLET PRESSURE...................................................................................................... 5
2.2 PRS 10/15/19/22/35 BAR INLET PRESSURE .............................................................................. 6
3 MRS................................................................................................................................................. 8
3.1 GENERAL .................................................................................................................................. 8
3.2 METERING ................................................................................................................................. 9
3.2.1 Output pressure up to 100 mbar and meter up to G 160 ................................................ 9
3.2.2 Output pressure higher than 100 mbar ........................................................................... 9
4 MATERIAL SPECIFICATIONS..................................................................................................... 11
4.1 PIPES ...................................................................................................................................... 11
4.1.1 Characteristics ............................................................................................................... 11
4.1.2 In and outlet ground pipes ............................................................................................. 11
4.1.3 Pipes for instruments ..................................................................................................... 11
4.2 ISOLATING JOINT AT INLET PIPE ................................................................................................. 11
4.3 PRESSURE GAUGE ................................................................................................................... 11
4.4 INLET VALVE ............................................................................................................................ 12
4.5 GAS FILTER ............................................................................................................................. 12
4.5.1 Nominal inlet pressure up to 5 bar and capacity up to and included 100Nm³/h............ 12
4.5.2 Nominal inlet pressure as from 5 bar and higher or capacity as from 100 Nm³/h......... 12
4.6 DIFFERENTIAL PRESSURE MANOMETER ..................................................................................... 12
4.7 SLAM SHUT-OFF VALVE............................................................................................................. 13
4.8 PRESSURE REGULATOR............................................................................................................ 13
4.9 FLOW STRAIGHTENER............................................................................................................... 13
4.10 SILENCER ................................................................................................................................ 13
4.11 PRESSURE RELIEF VALVE ......................................................................................................... 13
4.12 OUTPUT ISOLATION FLANGE ...................................................................................................... 14
4.13 OUTPUT VALVE ........................................................................................................................ 14
4.14 HEADER FOR PRESSURE MEASUREMENT ................................................................................... 14
4.15 FLANGES –NUTS AND BOLTS ..................................................................................................... 14
4.16 PURGE AND INSTRUMENT VALVES ............................................................................................. 14
4.17 SCADA TRANSMITTERS ............................................................................................................. 14
4.18 FRAMEWORK ........................................................................................................................... 14
4.19 HOUSING ................................................................................................................................. 15
4.20 GAS METERS ........................................................................................................................... 15
4.20.1 Rotary meters ................................................................................................................ 15
4.20.2 Turbine meters............................................................................................................... 15
4.20.3 Electronic Volume Correctors........................................................................................ 16
4.20.4 Thermowell .................................................................................................................... 16
5 DESIGN PRINCIPLES .................................................................................................................. 17
5.1 MAXIMUM GAS VELOCITY .......................................................................................................... 17
5.2 MAXIMUM NOISE LEVEL............................................................................................................. 17
5.3 FLOW STRAIGHTENER............................................................................................................... 17
5.4 EARTHQUAKE RESISTANCE-MECHANICAL STRENGTH .................................................................. 17
5.5 STANDARDS............................................................................................................................. 17

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6 CONSTRUCTION.......................................................................................................................... 19
6.1 SURFACE TREATMENT .............................................................................................................. 19
6.1.1 Pipes .............................................................................................................................. 19
6.1.2 Housing.......................................................................................................................... 19
6.2 W ELDING................................................................................................................................. 19
7 TESTS , CONTROL, REPORTS AND CERTIFICATES .............................................................. 20
7.1 STRENGTH TEST ...................................................................................................................... 20
7.2 TIGHTNESS TEST...................................................................................................................... 20
7.3 W ELDING CONTROL .................................................................................................................. 20
7.4 CONTROL BY CUSTOMER .......................................................................................................... 20
7.5 REPORTS AND CERTIFICATES .................................................................................................... 20
8 OVERVIEW DIFFERENT COMBINATIONS PRS AND MRS TO BE OFFERED ........................ 21
8.1 PRS ....................................................................................................................................... 21
8.1.1 PRS 4 bar inlet pressure ............................................................................................... 21
8.1.2 PRS 10/15/19/22/35 bar inlet pressure ......................................................................... 22
8.2 MRS....................................................................................................................................... 24
8.2.1 Pin 4 bar ........................................................................................................................ 24
8.2.2 Pin 10 bar ...................................................................................................................... 27
8.2.3 Pin 15 bar ...................................................................................................................... 29
8.2.4 Pin 19 bar ...................................................................................................................... 31
8.2.5 Pin 22 bar ...................................................................................................................... 33
8.2.6 Pin 35 bar ...................................................................................................................... 35

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1 OBJECTIVE OF THIS DOCUMENT


a. General
The objective of this document is to define the conditions regarding
construction, design and supply of PRS and MRS
b. Definitions
i. PRS: pressure regulating station
ii. MRS: measurement and regulating station

2 PRS
Taking into account the different distribution pressures applied, the PRS shall be
designed for the following in- and outlet pressures:

denomination inlet pressure (bar) outlet pressure (bar)


nominal maximum minimum nominal
4 bar 4 5 2 1 0.1 0.02
10 9 10 6
15 bar 14 15 10
19 bar 18 19 8 4
22 bar 21 22 16
35 bar 34 35 27

The capacities as follows shall be used in the standardisation :

denomination # lines capacity (Nm³/h)

4 bar 1&2 1000

10 2 2000 5000 10,000

15 bar 2

19 bar 2

22 bar 2

35 bar 2

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2.1 PRS 4 bar inlet pressure

Single or twin stream pressure regulating station. Starting from the inlet, the
station is built up as follows:
• Inlet ground pipe
Ground inlet pipe with flange at the outlet. For twin stream stations
two flanges at the outlet to be connected to the inlet of both
regulating lines. The diameter is according to the flow and the
pressure. For steel distribution systems, a isolating joint is
provided.
The inlet pipe is optional.
• Per regulating line
§ flange
§ inlet pipe, with diameter according to the flow and pressure
§ inlet pressure gauge with needle valve
§ inlet valve
§ gas filter
§ differential pressure manometer over filter
§ slam shut-off valve, incorporated or not in the regulator
§ pressure regulator spring or pilot commanded
§ flow straightener/silencer is optional
§ a header for pressure control
§ individual instrument pipes for regulator and slam shut-off
valve(s), all connected to the header.
§ outlet pipe, with:
• ball valve ½”
• ball valve with removable stem upstream from the
pressure relief valve
• pressure relief valve
• pressure gauge with needle valve
• outlet butterfly valve
• outlet flange
• outlet ground pipe
• diameter according to the pressure and maximum
flow.
• flange
• isolating joint, nuts, bolts and washers for each
regulating line are optional
• for twin stream stations, a T connection for both
regulating lines
• the outlet ground pipe is optional

• The complete installation is mounted on a solid framework.


• Housing

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The housing is optional


• SCADA connection for:
• monitoring of in- and outlet pressure
• monitoring of differential pressure over the filter
• SCADA connection is optional

2.2 PRS 10/15/19/22/35 bar inlet pressure


Twin stream pressure regulating station. Starting from the inlet, the station is
built up as follows:

• inlet ground pipe


underground inlet pipe with insulating joint and T, and two flanges
at the outlet to be connected to the inlet of both regulating lines.
The diameter is according to the flow and the pressure. The inlet
pipe is optional.
• for each regulating line
§ flange
§ inlet pipe, with diameter according to the flow and pressure
§ inlet pressure gauge with needle valve
§ inlet valve
§ by-pass with dead man handle valve ½” over inlet valve
§ liquid separator/filter is optional
§ gas filter
§ differential pressure manometer over filter
§ slam shut-off valve
§ second slam shut-off valve, incorporated or not in the
regulator
§ pressure regulator with pilot system
§ a header for pressure control
§ individual instrument pipes for regulator and slam shut-off
valve, all connected to a header.
§ flow straightener/silencer is optional
§ outlet pipe, according to flow and pressure with
• ball valve ½”
• pressure relief valve
• ball valve with removable stem upstream from the
pressure relief valve
• pressure gauge with needle valve
• outlet butterfly valve
• outlet flange

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• outlet ground pipe


• diameter according to the pressure and maximum
flow
• flange with isolating joints, nuts bolts and washers
for each regulating line
• T connection for both regulating lines
• outlet ground pipe is optional

• The complete installation is assembled on a solid framework


• Housing
The housing is optional
• SCADA connection for:
• monitoring of in- and outlet pressure
• monitoring of differential pressure over the filter
• SCADA connection is optional

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3 MRS
3.1 General
The design and construction of a MRS is similar to a PRS. The pressure relief
valve is always downstream from the meter. Twin stream configuration is
optional. In and outlet pressures are as specified in the table below.
MRS with :

Ø flow < 40 Nm³/h


Ø inlet pressure ≤ 5 bar
Ø outlet pressure of up to 500 mbar
are not taken up in this document, but subject to a separate specification.

denomination inlet pressure (bar) outlet pressure (bar)

nominal maximum minimum

4 bar 4 5 2 1 0.5 0.1 0.02

10 9 10 6

15 bar 14 15 10

19 bar 18 19 8 4 2 1 0.5

22 bar 21 22 10

35 bar 34 35 27

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3.2 Metering

The metering is done by rotary or turbine meters. Different configurations of the


metering group are defined, depending on the maximum flow and the output
pressure.

3.2.1 Output pressure up to 100 mbar and meter up to G 160

q rotary meter: from G 25 up to G 100

q turbine meter: from G 100 up to G 160

No PTZ electronic volume corrector is needed.

3.2.2 Output pressure higher than 100 mbar

The meter group comprises a rotary or turbine meter, a PTZ electronic


volume corrector and a P and T transmitter. The meter type is defined as
follows
q meter group with rotary meter
G 25 to G 100
The metering group is built as follows:
• two thermowells at 1 and 1 ¼ D upstream from the meter,
installed under a mutual angle of 90°.
• a suitable meter filter to avoid damage
• the rotary meter
• instrument piping from the Pr point to the corrector
including a T with valve 3/8” and cap, at 10 cm from the Pr
point for calibration purposes.
• an electronic flow corrector with PTZ installed and
connected to the meter and the P&T transmitter
• reading of the meter index and corrector data shall be easy
and possible from the same place.

q meter group with turbine meter


G 100 up to G 1600

The metering group is built as follows:


• a suitable meter filter to avoid damage
• 5 D straight pipe upstream from the meter, unless the meter
is equipped with a flow straightener allowing smaller
distances.
• the turbine meter
• 2 D straight pipe downstream from the meter

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• two thermowells at 1 D downstream from the meter,


installed with a mutual angle of 90°C. If two thermowells
are provided within the meter body itself, no additional ones
are needed.
• instrument piping from the Pr point to the corrector
including a T with valve 3/8” and cap, at 10 cm from the Pr
point for calibration purposes.
• an electronic flow corrector with PTZ installed and
connected to the meter and the P&T transmitters.
• Reading of the meter index and corrector data shall be
easy and possible from the same place.

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4 MATERIAL SPECIFICATIONS

4.1 Pipes

4.1.1 Characteristics
The in- and outlet pipes and all the pipes to be used in the PRS and
MRS shall be in accordance with API 5L grade B or ASTM A 106
Grade B and ANSI B 36.10. All pipes shall be ERW or seamless.

4.1.2 In and outlet ground pipes


The pipes shall be coated in accordance to EN 12068 class C 30. The
final 50 cm (to be welded to the gas mains) are only protected by a
primer, no coating shall be applied.
The vertical length is sufficient to reach a depth on top of the pipe of
100 cm. The horizontal length is so that the pipe protrudes at least 1 m
out of the framework.
An isolated copper cable of 6mm² shall be welded to the inlet pipe up
and downstream from the isolating joint. For the outlet pipe, only one
copper cable of 6mm² shall be welded. This cable is long enough to
reach 1.5 meter above ground after construction of the PRS.

4.1.3 Pipes for instruments


The pipes for instruments (pressure gauges, by-pass of valves and
safeties….) and control of regulators, safety valves, measurement
purposes shall be seamless stainless steel 316.
The complete coupling shall be stainless steel, included the sealing
and shall be of Swagelock brand.

4.2 Isolating joint at inlet pipe

The isolating joint is designed according to the inlet pressure, and


doesn’t reduce the internal diameter of the inlet pipe.
The electrical breakdown voltage is at least 2kV AC during 1 minute.
The electrical resistance measured at 500 V is at least 500 k Ω.

4.3 Pressure gauge

q Ø 100 mm
q class 1
q made of stainless steel
q connection: male ½”

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4.4 Inlet valve

q Reduced bore
q stem manual control
q provided with certificate and fabrication number
q flanged type

4.5 Gas filter

4.5.1 Nominal inlet pressure up to 5 bar and capacity up to and included


100Nm³/h

For small stations, as defined above, a basic designed filter can be installed.
The filtering capacity shall be 98% for all particles bigger than 5 µm at any
flow range. The design shall fully comply with all the related safety
requirements.

4.5.2 Nominal inlet pressure as from 5 bar and higher or capacity as from 100
Nm³/h

q cylindrical filter for gas


q a liquid separator is optional
q couplings by flanges
q fabrication code: ASME VIII Division 1 or 2 or equivalent
q arrow indicator of gas flow
q purge valve: ball ¾” NPT or BSP
q flanged cover with two handles
q a davit to remove the cover as from G 3
q over thickness for corrosion: 1,5 mm
q equipped with synthetic fibre cartridge by the upper cover
q distance of the housing to the cartridge shall be enough to
guarantee a smooth flow of the gas into the cartridge
q capacity dust collector: 2 cm³ per Nm³/h of the maximum flow
q filter cartridge:
o material: Orion 09 or equivalent
o retention capability: 98% in weight for all particles bigger
than 5 µm at any flow range, and concentrations up to 5 g
of strange materials per m³ of gas under service
o minimum overwhelming differential pressure : 3 kg/cm²
o resistant to water, oil and hydrocarburant drops

4.6 Differential pressure manometer


differential gauge DP5

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4.7 Slam shut-off valve

q when two serial SSV are installed, the second one can be incorporated
into the regulator body. The first one has to be separately installed.
q equipped with a manual restart
q all valves, even the incorporated ones, shall have an individual
pressure control piping
q the bypass may be internal or external and can be manually opened.
The by-pass valve shall be a dead-man handle or equivalent.
q reaction time: < 2 seconds
q flanged type
q steel or ductile iron body up to 19 bar, steel body for higher pressures
q breather shall be protected from intrusion of dust and moisture
q accuracy: ± 5 %

4.8 Pressure regulator

q accuracy of pressure regulation over the concerned flow range:

output pressure (bar) accuracy (%)


1 2.5
As from 2 bar or more 5

q breather shall be protected from intrusion of dust and moisture


q range: at least from 10% to 100 % of the nominal flow
q pilot operated as from > 5 bar nominal inlet pressure and spring or pilot
operated up to and including 5 bar
q steel or ductile iron body up to 5 bar, steel body for higher pressures

4.9 Flow straightener


according to manufacturers rules of good practice

4.10 Silencer
according to manufactures rules of good practice

4.11 Pressure relief valve

q capacity: 5% of nominal flow


q accuracy: 5%
q body: steel or ductile iron

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4.12 Output isolation flange


Flange with isolated bolts, nuts, washers and isolating gasket

4.13 Output valve

q butterfly valve
q flanged or LUG type

4.14 Header for pressure measurement

q steel pipe
q diameter 40 mm
q connection possibility for slam shut-off valve, regulator and a spare
connection

4.15 Flanges –nuts and bolts

q flanges
Can be DIN or ANSI . Only the in- and outlet flange shall be
compulsory according to specifications.
q nuts, bolts and washers
Bolts shall be 8.8 according to DIN 931 or similar.
Bolts, washers and nuts shall be bichromated (8 µm)
q gaskets
gaskets shall be in accordance with ANSI or DIN, depending on the
type of applied flange. The material shall be acrylic nitrile UNE 53.591,
hardness C70, BUNA N, neoprene or similar. Asbestos containing
products are not acceptable.

4.16 Purge and instrument valves

BSP or NPT with stainless steel body, according to the pressure level
of the PRS.

4.17 Scada transmitters

To be specified depending on the SCADA system.

4.18 Framework

The complete station is assembled on a solid framework. The


framework is provided with adjustment bolts/supports in order to allow
an easy and perfect horizontal installation. The bolts allow an
adjustment of at least 50 mm. The number of bolts is sufficient to avoid

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any significant deformation of the framework, the station or the


housing.

4.19 Housing

q The housing is made of aluminium, wall thickness at least 3 mm.


q Adequate lower and upper ventilation, at least 5 % of the ground
surface with a minimum of 200 cm² per ventilation opening;
q door or double door, offering easy access to the installation over the
complete width of the station.
q roof with slope of at least 3%
q the housing shall be fixed to the framework of the station
q colour shall be green.

4.20 Gas meters

4.20.1 Rotary meters

q size: G 25 up to G 100
q pressure range: DIN PN 16 or equivalent
q suitable for outdoor installation
q equipped with two LF impulse contacts
q equipped with Pr point
q calibrated as per EU
q flanged connection

4.20.2 Turbine meters

q size: G 100 up to G 1600


q pressure range: DIN PN 16 or equivalent
q suitable for outdoor installation
q equipped with one HF and two LF impulse contacts
q equipped with Pr point
q calibrated as per EU
q flanged connection
q incorporated flow straightener is optional
q incorporated thermowell is optional

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4.20.3 Electronic Volume Correctors

q PTZ correction
q compressibility according to S-GER G-88 or AGA report n°8
q Lithium battery operated
q approved for use in EX-zone
q temperature sensor
q absolute pressure sensor
q digital output and serial interface
q different standard conditions shall be possible

country P(mbar) T ( °C) Compressibility


,
Peru 1013 15 AGA report 8
Mexico 980 20 AGA report 8

4.20.4 Thermowell

q 1/3 D depth with a maximum of 70mm


q sealed with a cap if no instrument is inside

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5 DESIGN PRINCIPLES

5.1 Maximum gas velocity

All the pipes are designed to limit the maximum gas velocity to 25 m/s at
maximum flow and minimum inlet pressure. This applies to the in and outlet
ground pipe as well.
The maximum velocity in the filter cartridge shall be limited to 0.3 m/sec.
Exceptions are allowed for:
q regulators, slam shut-off valve and meters as far as the specifications
of the manufacturer are respected.
q meter bypass where a maximum velocity of 50 m/s is allowed

5.2 Maximum noise level

The noise at maximum flow shall be limited at 80 dB(A) at 1 m.

5.3 Flow straightener

A flow straightener is not required as far as the station meets the required
regulating and measurement characteristics.

5.4 Earthquake resistance-mechanical strength

Subject to specific demands of the customer.

5.5 Standards

The complete installation shall be in accordance to


q EN 1776 natural gas measurement stations
q EN 12186 gas pressure regulation stations for transmission
and distribution
q EN 12261 gas turbine meters
q EN 12480 gas rotary displacement meters
q EN 12405 conversion devices used in association with gas
meters
q EN 12068 external organic coatings for the corrosion
protection of buried or immersed steel pipelines
used in conjunction with cathodic protection
q API 5 L specification for line pipe
q DIN 931 hexagon head bolts
q S-GER G-88 compressibility calculation
q EN 287.1 approval testing of welders-fusion welding
q EN 1418 approval testing of welding personnel

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q API 1104 welding standard


q EN 25817 arc welded joints in steel-guidance on quality
levels for imperfections
q EN 12732 welding of steel pipe work

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6 CONSTRUCTION

6.1 Surface treatment

6.1.1 Pipes

All pipe works, filters and supporting frames must be sand blasted (SAE 2 ½)
and metalized, where after one layer of primer must be applied. After
assembling of the station two layers of primer and one final layer shall be
applied. The colour of the final layer is RAL 1004 (yellow).

6.1.2 Housing

The aluminium housing shall be treated and painted adequately. The final
colour is green

6.2 Welding

All welders shall be qualified according to EN 287.1


Operators of automatic welding equipment shall be qualified according to EN
1418.
Next to every welding an identification of the welder is indicated. The
identification can’t be wiped out.

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7 TESTS , CONTROL, REPORTS AND CERTIFICATES

7.1 Strength test

The complete installation shall be hydraulically tested for at least 6 hours at a


pressure of 150% of the maximum operating pressure.

7.2 Tightness test

This test is performed after the strength test.


The complete installation shall be tested at 2 bars above the operating
pressure. During this test all joints and unions will be checked with water and
soap. The test is performed during at least one hour.
The complete installation shall be completely free of leaks

7.3 Welding control

X-ray control is made according to EN 25817 or API 1104.


The control intensity depends on the operating pressure of the pipes and
accessories . As from 6 bar and higher, 100 % of the welding is controlled.
Below 6 bar operating pressure, X-ray control is applied to 30% of the
welding.

7.4 Control by customer

The customer is entitled to check at any time every aspect of the construction,
control and expedition of the ordered material at the suppliers’ plant.

7.5 Reports and certificates

The supply of every individual PRS or MRS is accompanied by at least:


q a complete list of all welders involved in the construction of the
PRS/MRS, including their identification code and welding certificate.
q description of the approved welding procedure
q X-ray report
q hydrostatic test report
q tightness report
q material and test certificates of all used material
q gas meter calibration report
q plan as built
q certificate confirming the surface treatment
q certificate of electronic volume corrector

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8 OVERVIEW DIFFERENT COMBINATIONS PRS AND MRS TO BE OFFERED

All prices shall be included transport. The different destinations are:


Ø Peru: Lima
Ø Mexico: Guadalajara, Tampico and Queretaro

8.1 PRS

8.1.1 PRS 4 bar inlet pressure

Flow(Nm³/h) Pout(bar) Price (US$) single line

1000 station in/outlet housing isolating


pipe joints

1
0,1
0,02
Flow(Nm³/h) Pout(bar) Price (US$) twin stream

1000 station in/outlet housing isolating


pipe joints

1
0,1
0,02

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8.1.2 PRS 10/15/19/22/35 bar inlet pressure

Pin /Pout Flow Price (US$) twin stream


(bar) (Nm³/h)

10/4 station liquid in/outlet housing


separator pipe
2000
5000
10000

Pin /Pout Flow Price (US$) twin stream


(bar) (Nm³/h)

15/4 station liquid in/outlet housing


separator pipe
2000
5000
10000

Pin /Pout Flow Price (US$) twin stream


(bar) (Nm³/h)

19/4 station liquid in/outlet housing


separator pipe
2000
5000
10000

Pin /Pout Flow Price (US$) twin stream


(bar) (Nm³/h)

22/4 station liquid in/outlet housing


separator pipe
2000
5000
10000

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Pin /Pout Flow Price (US$) twin stream


(bar) (Nm³/h)

35/4 station liquid in/outlet housing


separator pipe
2000
5000
10000

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8.2 MRS

8.2.1 Pin 4 bar

Pin = 4 bar Pout = 20 or 100 mbar

Meter Max Flow Price (US $) Single line


Capacity (Nm³/h)
station in/outlet housing meter corrector
pipe
G40 65 NA

G65 100 NA

G100 160

G 160 250

Pin = 4 bar Pout = 500 mbar

Meter Max Flow Price (US $) Single line


Capacity (Nm³/h)
station in/outlet housing meter corrector
pipe
G65 150

G100 240

G 160 375

G 250 600

Pin = 4 bar Pout = 1 bar

Meter Max Flow Price (US $) Single line


Capacity (Nm³/h)
station in/outlet housing meter corrector
pipe
G65 200

G100 320

G 160 500

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Pin = 4 bar Pout = 20 or 100 mbar

Meter Max Flow Price (US $) twin stream


Capacity (Nm³/h)
station in/outlet housing meter corrector
pipe
G65 100 NA

G100 160

G 160 250

Pin = 4 bar Pout = 500 mbar

Meter Max Flow Price (US $) twin stream


Capacity (Nm³/h)
station in/outlet housing meter corrector
pipe
G65 150

G100 240

G 160 375

G 250 600

Pin = 4 bar Pout = 1 bar

Meter Max Flow Price (US $) twin stream


Capacity (Nm³/h)
station in/outlet housing meter corrector
pipe
G65 200

G100 320

G 160 500

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Pin = 4 bar Pout = 2 bar

Meter Max Flow Price (US $) twin stream


Capacity (Nm³/h)
station in/outlet housing meter corrector
pipe
G65 300

G100 480

G 160 750

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8.2.2 Pin 10 bar

Pout = 0,5 bar

Meter Max Flow Price (US $) Single line


Capacity (Nm³/h)
station in/outlet housing meter corrector
pipe
G 100 240

G 160 385

Pout 1 bar

Meter Max Flow Price (US $) Single line


Capacity (Nm³/h)
station in/outlet housing meter corrector
pipe
G 100 320

G 160 500

Pout = 0,5 bar

Meter Max Flow Price (US $) twin stream


Capacity (Nm³/h)
station in/outlet housing meter corrector
pipe
G 100 240

G 160 385
G 250 600

G 400 1000

G 650 1500

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Pout 1 bar

Meter Max Flow Price (US $) twin stream


Capacity (Nm³/h)
station in/outlet housing meter corrector
pipe
G 100 320

G 160 500
G 250 800

G 400 1300

G 650 2000

Pout 2 bar

Meter Max Flow Price (US $) twin stream


Capacity (Nm³/h)
station in/outlet housing meter corrector
pipe
G 100 480

G 160 750
G 250 1200

G 400 1900

G 650 3100

Pout 4 bar

Meter Max Flow Price (US $) twin stream


Capacity (Nm³/h)
station in/outlet housing meter corrector
pipe
G 160 1250
G 250 2000

G 400 3250

G 650 5200

Date: 8/12/2003 Rev: C Author: J. Van Kerrebroeck Approved: Ph. Delmotte


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8.2.3 Pin 15 bar

Pout = 0,5 bar

Meter Max Flow Price (US $) Single line


Capacity (Nm³/h)
station in/outlet housing meter corrector
pipe
G 100 240

G 160 385

Pout 1 bar

Meter Max Flow Price (US $) Single line


Capacity (Nm³/h)
station in/outlet housing meter corrector
pipe
G 100 320

G 160 500

Pout = 0,5 bar

Meter Max Flow Price (US $) twin stream


Capacity (Nm³/h)
station in/outlet housing meter corrector
pipe
G 100 240

G 160 385
G 250 600

G 400 1000

G 650 1500

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Pout 1 bar

Meter Max Flow Price (US $) twin stream


Capacity (Nm³/h)
station in/outlet housing meter corrector
pipe
G 100 320

G 160 500
G 250 800

G 400 1300

G 650 2000

Pout 2 bar

Meter Max Flow Price (US $) twin stream


Capacity (Nm³/h)
station in/outlet housing meter corrector
pipe
G 100 480

G 160 750
G 250 1200

G 400 1900

G 650 3100

Pout 4 bar

Meter Max Flow Price (US $) twin stream


Capacity (Nm³/h)
station in/outlet housing meter corrector
pipe
G 160 1250
G 250 2000

G 400 3250

G 650 5200

Date: 8/12/2003 Rev: C Author: J. Van Kerrebroeck Approved: Ph. Delmotte


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8.2.4 Pin 19 bar

Pout = 0,5 bar

Meter Max Flow Price (US $) Single line


Capacity (Nm³/h)
station in/outlet housing meter corrector
pipe
G 100 240

G 160 385

Pout 1 bar

Meter Max Flow Price (US $) Single line


Capacity (Nm³/h)
station in/outlet housing meter corrector
pipe
G 100 320

G 160 500

Pout = 0,5 bar

Meter Max Flow Price (US $) twin stream


Capacity (Nm³/h)
station in/outlet housing meter corrector
pipe
G 100 240

G 160 385
G 250 600

G 400 1000

G 650 1500

Date: 8/12/2003 Rev: C Author: J. Van Kerrebroeck Approved: Ph. Delmotte


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Pout 1 bar

Meter Max Flow Price (US $) twin stream


Capacity (Nm³/h)
station in/outlet housing meter corrector
pipe
G 100 320

G 160 500
G 250 800

G 400 1300

G 650 2000

Pout 2 bar

Meter Max Flow Price (US $) twin stream


Capacity (Nm³/h)
station in/outlet housing meter corrector
pipe
G 100 480

G 160 750
G 250 1200

G 400 1900

G 650 3100

Pout 4 bar

Meter Max Flow Price (US $) twin stream


Capacity (Nm³/h)
station in/outlet housing meter corrector
pipe
G 160 1250
G 250 2000

G 400 3250

G 650 5200

Date: 8/12/2003 Rev: C Author: J. Van Kerrebroeck Approved: Ph. Delmotte


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8.2.5 Pin 22 bar

Pout = 0,5 bar

Meter Max Flow Price (US $) Single line


Capacity (Nm³/h)
station in/outlet housing meter corrector
pipe
G 100 240

G 160 385

Pout 1 bar

Meter Max Flow Price (US $) Single line


Capacity (Nm³/h)
station in/outlet housing meter corrector
pipe
G 100 320

G 160 500

Pout = 0,5 bar

Meter Max Flow Price (US $) twin stream


Capacity (Nm³/h)
station in/outlet housing meter corrector
pipe
G 100 240

G 160 385
G 250 600

G 400 1000

G 650 1500

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Pout 1 bar

Meter Max Flow Price (US $) twin stream


Capacity (Nm³/h)
station in/outlet housing meter corrector
pipe
G 100 320

G 160 500
G 250 800

G 400 1300

G 650 2000

Pout 2 bar

Meter Max Flow Price (US $) twin stream


Capacity (Nm³/h)
station in/outlet housing meter corrector
pipe
G 100 480

G 160 750
G 250 1200

G 400 1900

G 650 3100

Pout 4 bar

Meter Max Flow Price (US $) twin stream


Capacity (Nm³/h)
station in/outlet housing meter corrector
pipe
G 160 1250
G 250 2000

G 400 3250

G 650 5200

Date: 8/12/2003 Rev: C Author: J. Van Kerrebroeck Approved: Ph. Delmotte


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8.2.6 Pin 35 bar

Pout = 0,5 bar

Meter Max Flow Price (US $) Single line


Capacity (Nm³/h)
station in/outlet housing meter corrector
pipe
G 100 240

G 160 385

Pout 1 bar

Meter Max Flow Price (US $) Single line


Capacity (Nm³/h)
station in/outlet housing meter corrector
pipe
G 100 320

G 160 500

Pout = 0,5 bar

Meter Max Flow Price (US $) twin stream


Capacity (Nm³/h)
station in/outlet housing meter corrector
pipe
G 100 240

G 160 385
G 250 600

G 400 1000

G 650 1500

Date: 8/12/2003 Rev: C Author: J. Van Kerrebroeck Approved: Ph. Delmotte


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Pout 1 bar

Meter Max Flow Price (US $) twin stream


Capacity (Nm³/h)
station in/outlet housing meter corrector
pipe
G 100 320

G 160 500
G 250 800

G 400 1300

G 650 2000

Pout 2 bar

Meter Max Flow Price (US $) twin stream


Capacity (Nm³/h)
station in/outlet housing meter corrector
pipe
G 100 480

G 160 750
G 250 1200

G 400 1900

G 650 3100

Pout 4 bar

Meter Max Flow Price (US $) twin stream


Capacity (Nm³/h)
station in/outlet housing meter corrector
pipe
G 160 1250
G 250 2000

G 400 3250

G 650 5200

Date: 8/12/2003 Rev: C Author: J. Van Kerrebroeck Approved: Ph. Delmotte


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