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PIM-SU-51 12 CORPORATE PIPING MATERIAL SPECIFICATIONS FOR CARBON STEEL, CR-MO AND STAINLESS STEEL PIPING SYSTEMS

APPLICATION: ONSHORE

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Corporate Piping Material Specifications for Carbon St el, Cr-Mo and Stainless Steel Piping Syst ms CONTENTS

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1.0 2.0

Scope ..................................................................... 3 References .................................................................. 3

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2.1 ...... Applicable Codes and Standards .............................................. 3 2.2 ...... Company Documents ...................................................... 5 Introduction ................................................................. 5

3.1 ...... Identification of Piping Material Specification Line Classes ............................. 5 3.2 ...... Description of Piping Material Specification Line Class ............................... 5 4.0

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Design Engineering Principles .................................................... 6 4.1 ...... W all Thickness ...................................................... Piping 6 4.2 ...... Pressurerremperature Ratings ................................................ 7 4.3 ...... Values ........................................................... Design 7 4.4 ...... Connections ....................................................... Branch 7 General Piping Design Practices .................................................. 7

Miscellaneous Piping Material Specification Practices ................................... 9 Abbreviations ................................................................ 12

Equivalent Nominal Pipe Sizes ................................................... 13

Appendices A B C D

Line Class Cross Reference to Pro ect Spec Numbers ................................... 14 Line Class Cross Reference Table by Refinery ......................................... 17

Piping Material Specification - Sam ple Blank Form .................................... 22 Piping Item Description Database Classification Index

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This specification covers a family of Corporate Piping Material Specification Line Classes to be used on onshore refinery and petrochemical projects as applicable. 2.0 REFERENCES The latest Applicable Codes and Industry Standards shall be applied unless otherwise noted in the Project Specification or with prior Purchaser approval. 2.1 Applicable Codes and Standards American Petroleum Institute (API) API 5L API 594 API 599 API 600 API 602 API 608 API 609 Specification for Line Pipe Check Valves, Flanged, Lug, Wafer and Butt-welding Steel and Ductile Iron Plug Valves Bolted Bonnet Steel Gate Valve for Petroleum and Natural Gas Industries Steel Gate, Globe and Check Valves for sizes NPS 4 and Smaller for Petroleum and Natural Gas Industries Metal Ball Valves - Flanged, Threaded, and Welding End Butterfly Valves: Double Flanged, Lug - and Wafer Type

American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME) ASME SECT VIII Boiler & Pressure Vessel Code - Div. I ASME B 1.20.1 ASME B 16.5 ASME B 16.9 ASME B 16. 10 ASME B 16.11 ASME B 16.20 ASME B 16.21 ASME B 16.25 ASME B16.34 ASME B16.36 ASME B 16.47 ASME B16.48 ASME B3 1.1 ASME B31.3 ASMEB36.10M ASME 1336.19M Pipe Thread, General Purpose (Inch) Pipe Flanges and Flanged Fittings, NPS !/2TO NPS 24 Factory-Made Wrought Butt-Welding Fittings Face-to-Face and End-to-End Dimension of Ferrous Valves Forged fittings, Socket-welding and Threaded Metallic Gaskets for Pipe Flanged-Ring-Joint, Spiral-Wound, and Jacketed Nonmetallic Flat Gaskets for Pipe Flanges Butt Welding Ends Valves-Flanged, Threaded, and Welding End Orifice Flanges Large Diameter Steel Flanges, NPS 26 to NPS 60 Steel Line Blanks Power Piping Process Piping Welded and Seamless Wrought Steel Pipe Stainless Steel Piping

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American for Testing and Materials (ASTM) ASTM A53 ASTM A 105 ASTM A 182 ASTM A 193 ASTM A 194 ASTM A240 ASTM A312 ASTM A320 ASTM A333 ASTM A335 ASTM A350 ASTM A351 ASTM A352 ASTM A358 ASTM A403 ASTM A420 ASTM A516 ASTM A671 ASTM A672 ASTM A691

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Pipe, Steel, Black and Hot-Dipped, Zinc-Coated Welded and Seamless Seamless Carbon Steel Pipe for High-Temperature Service Forged or Rolled Alloy and Stainless Steel Pipe Flanges, Forged Fittings, and Valves and Parts for High Temperature Service. Alloy-Steel and Stainless Steel Bolting Materials for high Temperature Service Carbon and Alloy Steel nuts for Bolts for High Pressure and/or High Temperature Service Chromium and Chromium-Nickel Stainless Steel Plates, Sheets and Strips for Pressure Vessel and General Applications Seamless, Welded, and Heavily Cold Worked Austenitic Stainless Steel Pipes Alloy-Steel and Stainless Steel Bolting Materials for Low Temperature Service Seamless and Welded Steel Pipe for Low - Temperature Service Seamless Ferritic Alloy-Steel Pipe for High Temperature Service Carbon and Low-Alloy Steel Forgings, Requiring Notch Toughness Testing for Piping Components Castings, Austenitic, for Pressure Containing Parts Standard Specification for Steel Castings, Ferritic and Martensitic, for Pressure Containing Parts, Suitable for Low-Temperature Service Electric-Fusion-Welded Austenitic Chromium-Nickel Stainless Steel Pipe for High-Temperature Service and General Applications Wrought Austenitic Stainless Steel Piping Fittings Piping Fittings of Wrought Carbon Steel and Alloy Steel for LowTemperature Service Pressure Vessel, Carbon Steel, for Moderate and Lower-Temperature Service Electric Fusion Welded Steel Pipe for Atmospheric and Lower Temperatures Electric -Fusion -Welded Steel Pipe for High Pressure at Moderate Temperatures Carbon and Alloy Steel Pipe, Electric Fusion Welded for High Pressure Service at High Temperatures

Manufacturers Standardization Society (MSS) MSS SP-95 MSS SP-97 Swage Nipples and Bull Plugs Integrally Reinforced Forged Branch outlet Fittings - Socket Welding, Threaded and Buff Welding Ends

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Corporate Piping Mat rial Specifications for Carbon Steel, Cr-Mo and Stainless Ste I Piping Systems National Fire Prevention Association (NFPA) NFPA 59A 2.2

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Standard for the Production, Storage, and Handling of Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG)

Company Documents CPM-PC-5073 CPM-PU-5074 PPL-SU-4737 Positive Materials Identification Program (PMI) - Guidelines for Capital Projects Positive Material Identification Program Specification for Source PMI Induction Bending

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INTRODUCTION Identification of Piping Material Specification Line Classes 1. Piping Specification Line Classes are identified by means of a combination of letters and digits similar to that of the system adopted by the Process Industry Practices (PIP) Piping Material Specification 2. The identifiers are preceded by two Purchaser-specific letters, followed by two digits to indicated flange rating, material applicaiton identifier, applicable corrosion allowance, and joint construction type. The last two digits are Purchaser-dedicated serial numbers (e.g., CTOICA2S71, CT03CAIS72, CT06SAOS71, etc.) a. The first two letters "CT"' have been chosen as Purchaser identifier. b. The second field defines the pressure rating and is comprised of two numbers. c. The third field defines the piping material with two alphabetic characters. d. The fourth field defines the corrosion or erosion allowance and is a single digit (number). e. The fifth field defines the type ofjoint construction with a single alphabetic character. f. The last two digits will end in "7 1" for each respective service Piping Specification Line Class. Whenever there is a major and/or minor technical content revision in the base material specification with a compatible but different process service, the subsequent revised document will be identified and tagged as "72," "73,111174,11 etc. to indicate that it is a separate and unique material specification for its dedicated service.

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Description of Piping Material Specification Line Class Each Piping Material Specification Line Class normally consists of 3 pages per class. A short description of the contents is given below: Page 1 1. Basic design information including applicable Piping Code and edition, piping material, coffosion allowance, flange rating on pressure and temperature per applicable material table, hydrostatic test pressure, etc. 2. Piping material details on pipe sizes and respective wall thickness, nipples, pipe fittings and their associated ASTM Material Codes and Manufacturer Standards. 3. Short material Item Code for each piping component used in the Piping Material Line Class, based on the Company's "Piping Item Description Database Classification Index".

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Descriptions of bulk material valves with applicable sizes and ratings, family of flanges and orifice flanges, gasket type/details and stud bolt material suitable for the design and/or service requirements. Page 3 Branch connection Legend and Chart for branch lines or stub-in connections between the headers and the branch pipes. Applicable notes regarding material design guidelines/clarifications and applicable material details. This last page also clearly identifies a list of processes and/or utilities that the subject Piping Material specification is intended for dedicated service. A cross reference table showing Piping Material Specifications for various refinery specific locations is included in Appendix B. The Piping Item Description Database Classification Index (PIDD) is shown in Appendix D. 4.0 4.1 DESIGN ENGINEERING PRINCIPLES Piping Wall Thickness I. All piping component wall thicknesses specified in the individual Piping Material Specification Line Classes are calculated in accordance with ASME B3 1.1/ASME B31.3, based on the internal design pressure and design temperature of the flange rating limits as specified in the respective piping line class. 2. The calculation does not account for any additional loadings imposed, such as thermal loads due to thermal expansion stress range, sustained load due to weight, live loads, and other loadings other than those provided for in ASME B3 1.1/ASNIE B31.3. 3. The wall thickness specified in the Piping Material Line Classes will need to be verified for vacuum design conditions if applicable. a. Line NPS 30 and smaller pipes, which will be subjected to vacuum service, may require wall thicknesses to be increased in order to withstand partial or full vacuum design without stiffener rings. b. This follow-up action must be taken to ascertain that the pipe wall thickness adequacy due to elastic stability concern is ftilly addressed, as soon as the external pressure design requirement is identified on the Project. c. Application of stiffener rings for lines larger than NPS 30 shall be employed when vacidentified. condition is 4. Nominal design wall thicknesses of pipe, as specified in the Piping Material Specification uum sizes and Line Classes, are in accordance with ASME B36. IOM and ASME B36.19M, as applicable. 5. Butt welded fittings not covered by ASME B 16.9 shall be determined during Contractor's detailed design and engineering phase. a. Internal weld seams of austenitic stainless steel reducers shall be ground flush with the adjacent base material and examined for surface discontinuities by means of liquid penetrant examination in accordance with ASME Section VIII, Division 1, Appendix 8. b. External weld seams shall be ground smooth and shall also receive liquid penetrant examination.

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Pressure/Temperature Ratings 1. Pressure/temperature ratings of flanged components in sizes NPS 1/2 through NPS 24 are based on ASME B 16.5. 2. Pressure/temperature ratings of flanged components larger than NPS 24 are based on ASME B 16.47, Series B. 3. Pressure is indicated in psig with temperature in degrees Fahrenheit, unless otherwise specified in the individual Piping Material Line Class. 4. In Piping Line Classes where valves with soft (resilient) seats are applied, design limits shall be adapted in order to cope with pressure-temperature ratings capability as defined in the applicable valve standard. 5. All piping classes wall thickness designs are based on respective material flange rating pressure-temperature design limitations.

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Design Values 1. Allowable stresses for pipe are derived from ASME B31.3 Table A- I or applicable ASME B3 1.1 material allowable stress table, in reference to material specifications as mentioned in the piping classes. 2. Internal pressure calculations for seamless pipe as well as for 100% RT welded pipe have been performed based on a weld joint factor E= 1.00 and a wall thickness mill tolerance of 12.5%. This results in equal wall thickness requirements for butt welded fittings, such as elbows and tees. For these components not more than 87.5% of the nominal wall thickness shall be used, as defined in ASME B31.3 para. 302.2.2.

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Branch Connections 1. Reinforcement requirements for 90 degree branch connections have been sized for internal pressure in accordance with ASME 1331.3 para. 304.3.2/3, based on design limits of the individual piping classes. 2. The Supplier shall be responsible for checking adequacy of branch connections for otherreinforcement requirements, such as thermal loading due to pipe weights, etc. 3. In each line class, a table is developed in order to provide the proper type of branch connection, suitable for the design conditions of the respective piping material line class. 4. For each 90 degree run-branch size relation, an alphabetic character refers to the selected type of connection. a. Where reinforcement is required, branch fittings have been specified by preference. b. In the event that application of branch fittings is not feasible due to limited room, pipe-topipe branch connection with reinforcing pad may be applied.

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GENERAL PIPING DESIGN PRACTICES 1. Pipe, valves, and fittings in sizes 1-1/4", 2-1/2", 3-1/2", 5" and 22" shall not be used. 2. The range of pipe sizes above 24", if economically justifiable, shall be restricted to the following line sizes to avoid purchase of various different diameter fittings and short pipe spools: 30", 36", 42", 48", 56", 64", 72", 84", and 96". 3. Deviation from these standard pipe sizes shall require Purchaser prior approval.

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5. Flanges larger than 64" diameter shall be based on ASME VIII (Division 1) and shall be developed by Supplier in consultation with the Purchaser. 6. Pipe bending shall be in compliance with ASME B31.3 and Purchaser Technical Standard PPL-SU-4737. 7. The stud bolt length shall be calculated in accordance with ASME B 16.5. a. Where spectacle blinds, wafer type valves, etc., are to be installed, the stud bolt length shall be increased by the thickness of such devices and the extra gasket. b. Spectacle blinds shall be avoided in cold insulated piping systems. 8. Bolt lengths shall be extended by IxD for the hydraulic bolt tensioning equipment. (D: diameter of bolt) 9. Table I shows the general recommendation on gear operator for each valve type. Refer to the respective Piping Material Specification Line Class and Valve Long Descriptions for details on lever vs. gear operator recommendations. Table I General Recommendation on Gear Operator for Valve Types Gate valves Class 150 Class 300 Class 600 Class 900 Class 1500 Globe valves Class 150 Class 300 Class 600 Class 900 Ball valves Class 150 Class 300 Class 600 Class 900 Bufterfly valves Class 150 Class 300 8 and larger 6"and larger 8"and larger 6" and larger 4" and larger 3"and larger 8" and larger 6"and larger 4" and larger 4" and larger 20" and larger 16" and larger 12" and larger 10" and larger 8" and larger

10. The application of chain operators for valves shall require Purchaser approval. Valves in cold temperature service may require extended bonnets without chain operator.

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11. Impact Tested Carbon Steel (ITCS) piping classes specified with Post Weld Heat Treatment (PWHT) on fabricated pipes shall be in accordance with the Piping Material Specification ASTM A671. Pipe spool fabrication shall be stress-relieved after welding per ASME B31.3. 12. Typical Vent/Drain/Bleed connections on piping NPS I and larger shall be as follows: a. High point vent /Low point drain " Vent - Blind flange valve or plug as applicable " Drain - I "ball/gate valve b. At battery limit Vents with valves for vapor and liquid, on either side of the battery limit valve Line Size NPS 1 to 10 NPS 12 to 20 NPS 24 and up Ball/Gate Valve Size 1. 1-1/2" 2"

c. Bleeder for Control valve/Depressurizing valve I" ball/gate bleed valve upstream of the valve d. Pump discharge I "ball/gate drain valve between check and block valve 13. Impact Tested Carbon Steel (ITCS) fittings protectively coated by the manufacturer shall be internally grit blasted and in a rust free, oil free, clean condition before pipe-spool fabrication. 14. Ball valve shall have the lever/hand wheel positioned so that it extends outside of the cold insulation and encounters no interference during operation. Extended bonnet shall be an integral part of the valve body and be of weatherproof construction. 15. Gate valve and ball valve in liquefied gas service shall have a self-relieving feature in order to prevent build-up of high pressure in the body cavity which can damage the valve. a. Cavity vent shall be provided and shall be vented to the high pressure side, which will make the valve uni-directional. b. Valves in liquefied gas service shall be clearly marked to indicate the downstream (low pressure) side. 6.0 MISCELLANEOUS PIPING MATERIAL SPECIFICATION PRACTICES 1. Carbon steel piping material design temperature limit is 800'F. a. A corrosion allowance on CS piping material of 1/16" to 1/4" may be applied based on process service environment. b. Low Cr-Mo piping material may have corrosion allowance ranges from 1/16" to 3/16". c. Corrosion allowance for stainless steel can be as low as 1/32" due to its material corrosion resistant properties. 2. Carbon steel seamless pipe to ASME A106-B is an acceptable material substitution for API 5L-B.

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3. Carbon steel seamless pipe to A I06-B or API 5L-B, or API 5L-B double submerged arc pipe shall be used. a. The application of electric resistance welded piping shall require prior Purchaser approval. b. It shall not be used in hydrocarbon, hazardous, firewater, seawater, freshwater and underground service. 4. Straight seam welded pipe shall be used. Spiral seam welded pipe shall be avoided unless otherwise with prior approval from the Purchaser.

5. Threaded piping shall not be used in process service lines. 6. NPS I 1/2and smaller line sizes will be designated as socket welded piping in general. Exception to this is for lines which are to be applied in cryogenic temperature services. 7. Temperature application limit for class 150# piping system shall be limited to 450'F. 8. Flanged connections with raised face configuration should be used up to 900# rating with temperature limit to 800*17. 9. Carbon steel piping material application in hydrogen service shall have 300# flange rating and with a design temperature not to exceed 450'F. 10. Stainless steel piping materials type 304/304L and 316/316L shall be specified with dual stamped or dual grade. 11. The minimum pipe wall thick for NPS 2 shall be Schedule 80. 12. Joint efficiency for pipes other than seamless (JE= 1.0) shall be clearly identified and indicated in the Piping Material Line Class Specification documents. 13. Carbon steel pipe wall thickness I" and greater (ASTM A67 I-CC65-CL22) shall be used. a. Post weld heat treatment (PWHT) shall be in accordance with ASME 1331.3. b. Heat treating furnaces shall be equipped with recording pyrometers to ensure complete documentation of heat treatment. 14. Pipes and fittings specified as galvanized shall be hot dipped galvanized in accordance with ASTM A 123. Galvanized pipes and fittings shall not be used in hydrocarbon service. 15. Threaded galvanized piping 1-1/2" and smaller shall have Teflon paste-slick stuff # 4 thread lubricant applied at all threaded joints to minimize corrosion. All galvanizing damaged during pipe wrench tightening shall be touched up with zinc rich paint. 16. Glass fiber reinforced epoxy (GRE) and Fiber-Reinforced Plastic (FRP) pipe and fittings design and engineering requirements shall be in fiill compliance with manufacturer's standards. 17. Carbon steel fittings shall be protectively coated; internally grit blasted; and in rust free, oil free, clean condition before commencing pipe spool fabrication in the Vendor's shop. 18. Mechanical compression (LOKRING) fittings shall only be used in utility service (air, water, nitrogen and steam). a. Mechanical compression fittings shall not be used in process service lines. b. The use of LOKRING will require prior Purchaser approval. 19. All spiral wound gasket regardless of sizes should be equipped with inner rings. a. Outer rings shall be provided for self-centering purpose.

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b. Inhibited graphite with 304L standard winding material shall be specified for design temperature in excess of 8000F. 20. Corrugated Metal Gasket (CMG) will be designated in class 150# and 300# piping material specifications as a first issue for process service. Final decision on gasket application may be revised/upgraded pending Project/operation input. 21. Gate valves and ball valves in liquefied gas service shall have a self-relieving feature, in order to prevent built-up of high pressure in the body cavity, which could damage the valve. a. Cavity vent shall be provided and it shall be vented to the high pressure side. This will make the valve unidirectional. b. Valve shall be clearly marked to indicate the downstream (low pressure) side. 22. Ball valves shall have the lever/hand wheel positioned in such a way that it extends outside the cold insulation, and no interference occurs during operation. a. Stem extensions, if applicable, shall be integral with the valve body, and with a weatherproof construction. b. Stem extensions shall be a fail safe design with fire tested trim. 23. The maximum recommended continuous service temperature for ball valve is 290*F. Maximum design temperature for ball valve is 390'F. 24. Gate valves are suitable for most on-off, non-vibrating hydrocarbon and utilities service for all temperature ranges. 25. Ball and plug valves are used for on-off hydrocarbon or utilities service with the maximum operating temperature limited by soft sealing material. 26. Globe valves can be applied where good throttling control is required. 27. Butterfly valves are suitable for coarse throttling and other applications where a tight shut-off is not required. High performance butterfly valves shall be employed when a tight sea] is required. 28. Check valves are manufactured in a variety of designs, including swing check, lift check, ball, piston and split disc swing check. a. Swing check can be installed in the vertical pipe runs with flow in the upward direction. a. Piston check valves are recommended for pulsating flow. 29. Diaphragm valves are used primarily for low pressure water service. They are especially suitable for flow medium containing sand or other solids-e.g., pulp and paper industry. --30. Needle valves are fi-equently used for instrument and pressure gage block valves for throttling and reducing pressure pulsation in instrument lines. 31. Valves in sulfide service that will be subjected to stress corrosion cracking shall have their bodies and internal trim designed and fabricated in accordance with NACE MR-01-75 requirements. 32. Welded bonnet shall be employed for API 602 valves in general to reduce valve weight. Vent and drain valves in steam service shall be equipped with full stellite trim. 33. Positive Material Identification (PMI) program specification and guidelines shall be in accordance with Purchaser Technical Standards CPM-PU-5074 and CPM-PC-5073.

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Corporat Piping Material Specifications for Carbon Ste 1, Cr-Mo and Staini ss Steel Piping Systems 7.0 ABBREVIATIONS
ASB BAR BB BC BCV BE BFW BG BOV BW CA CAF CDV CHV CL CONC CR CS DS ECC EFW FF FLG FV GAV GALV GLV GR GRE GRV HEX Asbestos Ball Valve Reduced Bore Bolted Bonnet Bolted Cover Butterfly Valve, Concentric Type Beveled End Boiler Feed Water Bolted Gland Butterfly Valve, Off-set Type (High performance) Butt Weld Corrosion Allowance Compressed Asbestos - Fiber Check Valve, Dual Plate Type Check Valve Class Concentric Chromium Carbon Steel Disc Seat Eccentric Electric Fusion Weld Flat Face Flange Full Vacuum Gate Valve Galvanized Globe Valve Grade Glass-Fiber Reinforced Epoxy Glass Reinforced Vinylester Hexagonal IR LP LR LT LTCS MR MOD NPT OR OS&Y PE PSB PSC PWHT RF RSLJ SAW SB SC SCH SG SMLS so SPRG SPWD SS STD ST SW UB WN XS Inner Ring Low Pressure Long Radius Low Temperature

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Low Temperature Carbon Steel Mixed Refrigerant Modified National Pipe Thread Outer Ring Outside Screw and Yoke Plain End Pressure Seal Bonnet Pressure Seal Cover Post Weld Heat Treatment Raised Face Rubber Seal Lock Joint Submerged Arc Weld Screwed Bonnet Screwed Cover Schedule Screwed Gland Seamless Slip-on Spring Spiral Wound Stainless Steel Standard Weight Stellite Socket Weld Union Bonnet Weld Neck Extra Strong

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DN 6 DN 8 ONl10 DNI15 DN 20 DN 25 DN 40 DN 50 DN 80 DN 100 DNI150 DN 200 DN 250 DN 300 DN 350 ON 400 ON 450 DN 500 DN 600 DN 650 DN 750 DN 900 DN 1050 ON 1200 ON 1400 ON 1600 ON 1800

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inch
1/8 1/4 3/8 1/2 3/4 1 1-1/2 2 3 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 18 20 24 26 30 36 42 48 56 64 72

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LINE CLASS CROSS REFERENCE TO PROJECT SPEC NUMBERS


CT Corporate Spec. # CT01CS1S72 CT01CS1S73 CT01CS2S71 CT01CS2S72 CT01CS3S71 CT03CS1S71 CT03CS1S72 CT03CSIS73 CT03CS1S74 CT03CS2S71 CT03CS2S72 CT03CS2S73 CT03CS2S74 CT03CS2S75 CT03CS3S71 CT03CS3S72 CT03CS3S73 CT06CS1S72 CT06CS1S73 CT09CS1S71 CT09CS1S73 CT03CJ1S71 CT03CJIS72 CT03CJ1S73 CT03CJ1S74 CT03CJ2S71 CT03CJ2S72 CT06CAS71 CT06CJ1S72 CT06CJ2S71 CT06CJ2S72 CT06CJ2S73 CT06CJ2S74 CT09CAS71 CT09CAS72 CT09CJ2S71 CT09CJ2S72 CT15CAS71 1 1/4 Co - 1/2 Mo Project Spec. # Piping Material Carbon Steel

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CT Corporate Spec. # CT15CJ2S71 CT15CJ2S72 CT15CJ2S73 CT25CJ2S71 CT15CK1S71 CT25CK1S71 CT01CL1S71 CT03CL1S71 CT03CUS72 CT03CL2S71 CT03CL2S72 CT03CL4S71 CT03CL4S72 CT06CL1S71 CT06CL1S72 CT06CL2S71 CT06CL2S72 CT09CL1S71 CT09CUS72 CT01SA9S71 CT01SA9S73 CT03SA9S71 CT06SAOS71 CT06SA9S71 CT09SA9S71 CT15SAOS71 CT15SAOS72 CTO1SD9S71 CTO1SD9S72 CT03SD9S71 CT03SO9S72 CT06SD9S71 CT15SDOS73 CT03SJ2S71 CT03SJ2S72 CT06SJ1S71 CT09SJ9S71 CT15SJ9S71 CT25SAS71 CT01NM1S71 CT01NU1S71 Misc. Piping Materials SS321 SS 316/316L SS 304/304L 5 Cr - 1/2Mo 2 1/4 Co - 1 Mo Project Spec. # Piping Material

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CT01 SPOS71 CT03SPOS71 CT06SPOS71 CTl OSDOL71 CT1 2PDOH71 OTi 5CA1 S71 CT25CAI S71 CT7OCB1 7 CT70SDOL71

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1 2 3 CT01 CLI S71 CTOICSIS72 CTOICS1S73

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J112B NONE J12A

PASCAGOULA
FZ700RIG REF

RICHMOND

EL SEGUNDO
TBIC

A131 AA2-CFP AA2-PRCP E-FCC E-MTBE E-NH3 OFFPLOT E-OIP E-ORIG REF E-PAM E-PEP E-PRCP E-PX66 E-PX96 NONE A132 A134 AB6 AB7 UB32

ABI

4 5 6 7 8

CTO1CS2S71 CTOICS2S72 CTOICS3S71 CTOINMlS7I CTO1NU1S7I

NONE

NONE

J101

Vi-ORIG REF VI -PEP V1-PRCP

MB2

9 10 11 12 13 14

jCTO1SA9S71 CTOISA9S73 CTO1SD9S7I CTO1SD9S72 CT01SPOS71 CTO3CJ1S71 J334-12 LlPX66 *L5PRCP L6PRCP M-PEP TCRP LlPX66 *L5PRCP L6PRCP M-PEP TCRP L5AROMAX@ L5AROMAX@ J 120-18 J120-18 ZI-PRCP Z1-PRCP

GB1 GB7

G131

JB1A, JB6 JB3 J131A

RG1

RG1 RF1

15

CT03CJ1S72

J334-12

RG1

RG1 REI

16 17

CT03CJIS73 CTO3CJ1S74

NONE

NONE

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18 19 20 CES CT03CJ2S71 CT03CJ2S72 CT03CL1S71 J319A J319B J321-12 TEXACO PASCAGOULA 1-YC-4-6 SHEET 14 L4AROMAX 1-YC-4-6 SHEET 14 L4AROMAX F-PEP FZ 10 ORGREF SP FZ 15 ORGREF SP SP4-PEP SP6-PEP SP8-CEP SP8-PRCP F-PEP FZ 10 ORGREF SP FZ 15 ORGREF SP SP4-PEP SP6-PEP SP8-CEP SP8-PRCP Fl-PEP SP1 PEP SP9-CFP SP9-PRCP M8-CFP SPL-FCC F1 - PEP SP1 PEP SP9-CFP SP9-PRCP M8-CFP SPL-FCC J329-9 J329-9 NONE NONE AA3-CFP AA3-PRCP J34B R1-01P RI-PAM RI-RMP-PRCP* Rl-FWEC-PRCP S-27/SWS * SB-27/SWS SC-27/SWS BF1 AF1 AF7 RICHMOND RG4 RG4 TF1

PIM-SU-5112
ELSEGUNDO

TF1 OLD TF1C

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CT03CL1S72

J319A J319B J321-12

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CT03CL2S71

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23

CT03CL2S72

TF2

TF2 TF21)

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CT03CL4S71 CT03CL4S72 CT03CS1S71 CT03CS1S72 CT03CSIS73 CT03CS1S74

TF5 TF5 AF1 AF7

BF1

30 31 32

CT03CS2S71 CT03CS2S72 CT03CS2S73

NONE NONE I NONE I

AF4 AF6 AF8

AF4 AF6 AF8

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CES 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 CT03CS2S74 CT03CS2S75 CT03CS3S71 CT03CS3S72 CT03CS3S73 CT03SA9S71 CT03SD9S71 CT03SD9S72 CT03SJ2S71 AROMAX HJ2-FCC T12-PRCP AROMAX HJ2-FCC T12-PRCP NONE YA-PEP TEXACO NONE NONE NONE NONE NONE PASCAGOULA RICHMOND AF2 AF9 AF3 AF5 & AF1 0 AF11 GF1 JF2 JF1 KF1 KF2 KF1 KF2

PIM-SU-5112
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47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54

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BJ1

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56 57 58 59 CT06SAOS71 CTO6SA9S71 CTO6SD9S7I CTO6SJIS7I T3-PAM T3 ORG REF T3-CPR r3-CFP T-PAM HJI ORG REF

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GJ6 GJ1 GK1 JK3 KK4 KKI KK4

TEXACO
NONE

PASCAGOULA

EL SEGUNDO

60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74

CT06SPOS71 CTO9CJ1S7I CTO9CJ1 S72 CTO9CJ2S71 CTO9CJ2S72 CTO9CL1 S71 CTO9CL1S72 CTO9CS1S7I CTO9CS1S73 CTO9SA9S71 CT09SJ9S71 CTlOSDOL71 CT12PDOH71 CT15CAIS71 CTI5CJ1S71 M3 PEP (Ref. RP#) L7-PRCP 01-ORIG REF L2 ORIG-REF J72-7 J72-7 J72-7 LI-ORIG REF Li1-ORIG REF Li1-ORIG REF MS-PEP M5-PRCP RP4 RP4 RP2 SP4 GP6 GQ6 RP4 RP4 RP2 J033A PN12PDOHOI DPI DPI T4-PAM T5-PAM GM1 KI-4 KL-5 J942-5 J942-5 J942 J942 J943 J943 J911A ALl FZ11-ORIG REF SP KIAREPU FZ11-ORIG REF SP KIAREPU RIRL1 RL2 RL2 NONE

75 76 77 78 79 80

CTI5CJ2S71 CT15CJ2S72 CTI5CJ2S73 CT15CKIS71 CT15SAOS71 CT1 5SA0S72

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81 82 CT15SDOS73 CTi5SJ9S7i NONE Ti-PEP T2-PEP TI ORIG REF T2 ORIG REF

PIM-SU-51 12 RICHMOND
GQ6 KP4 KP5 KP1W KP4 KP5

TEXACO

PASCAGOULA

EL SEGUNDO

83 84 85 86 87 88

CT25CAiS7i CT25CJ2S71 CT25CKiS7i CT25SJiS7i CT7OCBIS7I CT70SDOL71 NONE NONE NONE NONE

DRi, DR4 RR4 Sr4 KR4 NONE NONE

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PIM-SU-51 12

SAMPLE BLANK FORM

A Word version of this fonin is available with this specification, as PIM-DS-5 112.

Chevron Corporation
SERVICE: RATING CLASS: TEMPERATURE LIMIT: NOMINAL CORROSION ALLOWANCE: VALVE TRIM: LIMITED BY: MATERIAL: DESIGN CODE: STRESS RELIEF EXAMINATION.

(Spec. Number)

I PRESSURE - TEMPERATURE
TEMP F TEMP C

RATINGS

HYDROTEST @AMIENT -

For NPS 3/4 through NPS 24 (Full flangerattgs per ASME B16.5,Table 2-1.9.) P-ig k~ag ITEM
PIPE

II III NOTES_ NPS

I SCHIRAT

IIIII IIIII ENDS DESCRIPTION


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E ITEM CODE

NIPPLES Braoch Branch Swage (CONC) Swage (CONC)

FITTINGS
Sockolet Thredolet SW Elbolet Latrolet Weldolet 90 ELL 45 ELL Tee Tee (RED) Union Plug Plug Couplrng Cap Reduce (CONC) Reducer (ECC) 90 LR ELL 45 LR ELL Tee Tee (RED) Cap
-VALVES

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Gate Gate
Gate_____________________

Gate
Gate____
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Globe_____ Globe_____ Lift Check Check Swiong Ball


Ball__

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NOTES ITEM FLANGES (SW) Socket Blind Blind Spectacle Spacer Ring Blind Plae Weld Neck Weld Neck PI'e WN Online VN Qtfice Pate GASKETS BOLTING StudBolts NPS SCH/ItAT ENDS DESCRIPTION

PIM-SU-51 12

(Spec. Number)
ITEM CODE

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PIM-SU-5112

Chevron Corporation
90* BRANCH CONNECTION, Legend and Chart 24 20 is i6 14 12 B -e a R A 6 4 N 3 C 2 H

(Spec. Number)

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ADD AND REVISE NOTES AS APPLICABLE BASED ON NEW SPEC. REQUIREMENT E P T S W Reducing Tee Branch Weld w/ Reinforcing Pad (Pad thickness equals nin pipe thickness. Pad width equals 1/2 branch OD.) Equal Tee Sockolet Weldolet (Note 05)

NOTES: 01 Where pipe schedule is shown under "SCH/RAT", it is adequate for full flange ratinX Where -Calc." is shown, the pressure limit my be lower than Flange rating. 2 All bunwe ded component thicknesses shall match pipe thicknesses. 03 Threadedi.ints arc permitted only at outlet ofvcnt and &am valves, at hydrostatic connections, at outlet of instrument take-off'valves. and to match equipment 05 Integrally reinforced branch connections am permitted outside the sizes shown in the branch connection tables. Designer shall check weld thickness of integrally reinforced branch connections to determine if PWHT is required. 06 These valves shall be used only for vent, door and instrument connections. 15 To be used when mating to flanged nozdes. 20 XXS pipe and pipe nipples shall be used for threaded connections for aiies NPS 1/1 1-1/2. 26 To be used only when indicated on the P&ID. 6 ' Install in hinutortal position with cover up 62 Install in himinimal position with cover up in in vertical position with upward flow. REFERENCE NOTES FROM RK1 AND RICHMOND GENERAL NOTES: 17 USE WELD NECK FLANGES AND THROAT TAPS NPS 20" AND LARGER. 91 USE RESTRICTED TO DRAINS, OPERATIONAL VENTS, AND INSTRUMENT ASSEMBLIES ONLY. THREADED NIPPLES TO BE SEAL WELDED. NIPPLE LENGTHS SHALL BE IN ACCORDANCE WITH STANDARD DRAWING GD-L- 1057. 92 USE RESTRICTED TO THERMOWELL ASSEMBLIES ONLY. 99 REDUCING TEES MAY BE SUBSTITUTED FOR ANY TYPE OF BRANCH CONNECTIONS. 119 THIS PIPING CLASSIFICATION IS SUITABLE FOR SERVICES CLASSIFIED AS "SEVERE CYCLICAL CONDITIONS" AS DEFINED IN ASME B31.3 FOR SUCH SERVICES. INCREASED ACCEPTANCE CWrERIA FOR WELDS SHALL FOLLOW TABLE 341.3.2.A. SERVICE: Hydrogen with Hydrocarbons High temperature Process Air NON- Sour Services

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