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NIOEC-SP-90-11(0)

DOCUMENT CODE
PLAN/PRJ/SUB UNIT PHASE DISCIPLANE DOCUMENT TYPE SERIAL NO. REV. NO. NO. OF PAGES: 5 DATE

NIOEC

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NATIONAL IRANIAN OIL REFINING & DISTRIBUTION COMPANY

NATIONAL IRANIAN OIL ENGINEERING & CONSTRUCTION COMPANY

NIOEC SPECIFICATION FOR

WELDING NON-CODE SPECIALTY EQUIPMENT

FIRST EDITION JULY, 2005

THIS SPECIFICATION IS THE PROPERTY OF NATIONAL IRANIAN OIL ENGINEERING & CONSTRUCTION COMPANY. IT IS CONFIDENTIAL AND ALL RIGHTS RESERVED TO THE OWNER. NEITHER WHOLE NOR ANY PART OF THIS DOCUMENT MAY BE DISCLOSED TO ANY THIRD PARTY, REPRODUCTED, STORED IN ANY RETRIEVAL SYSTEM OR TRANSMITTED IN ANY FORM OR BY ANY MEANS WITHOUT THE PRIOR WRITTEN CONSENT OF THE NATIONAL IRANIAN OIL ENGINEERING & CONSTRUCTION COMPANY

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REVISION INDEX
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NOTES:
1) 2) 3) 4) THIS SHEET IS A RECORD OF ALL REVISIONS TO THIS SPECIFICATION. REMARKS RELATED TO EACH REVISION SHOW A BRIEF DESCRIPTION. THESE REMARKS SHALL BE INTERPRETED IN CONJUNCTION WITH THE REVISED TEXT MARKED BY REVISION NUMBERS. WHEN APPROVED EACH REVISION SHALL BE CONSIDERED AS A PART OF THE ORIGINAL DOCUMENT. NUMBER OF PAGES EXCLUDES THIS SHEET AND THE COVER SHEET.

5 4 3 2 1 0 JULY,2005 M.TAVARI S.PAKDEL M.R.FARZAM M.A.A.SAJEDI

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CONTENTS:
1. 2. 3. 4. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14.

SCOPE.........................................................................................................................................2 REFERENCES ...........................................................................................................................2 UNITS..........................................................................................................................................2 GENERAL REQUIREMENTS ................................................................................................2 PROCEDURE QUALIFICATION AND WELDER QUALIFICATION............................2 FILLER METAL .......................................................................................................................2 WELD JOINT PREPARATION ..............................................................................................3 WELD CLEANING ...................................................................................................................3 WELD CONTOUR AND FINISH............................................................................................3 WELD HEAT TREATING REQUIREMENTS .....................................................................3 REQUIRED TESTING..............................................................................................................4 GENERAL INSPECTION ........................................................................................................4 REPAIR WELDING..................................................................................................................4 TABLE 1(SPECIALTY EQUIPMENT) ..................................................................................5

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1.SCOPE

This NIOEC Specification covers minimum workmanship requirement for fabrication and repair welding of Specialty Equipment, such as the items listed in Table I, and shall apply when included in a Request for Quote and/or Purchase Order. It shall not be used where primary process equipment standards or welding codes are required. 2.REFERENCES Throughout this Specification the following dated and undated standards/ codes are referred to. These referenced documents shall, to the extent specified herein, form a part of this specification. For undated references, the latest edition of the referenced document (including any supplements and amendments) applies. For dated references, the edition cited applies. The applicability of changes in dated references that occur after the cited date, shall mutually be agreed upon by NIOEC and the Vendor/Contractor. NIOEC-SP (NIOEC SPECIFICATIONS) NIOEC-SP-00-10 "NIOEC Specifications For Units'

3.UNITS International system of units(SI) shall be used in accordance with NIOEC-SP-00-10, unless otherwise specified. 4.GENERAL REQUIREMENTS All Pressure-containing butt welds shall be full penetration, when welded from one or both sides, unless otherwise agreed upon in writing between the Employer and Contractor. 5.ACCEPTABLE WELDING PROCESSES Fabrication welding may be achieved by any one of the following welding processes: a) b) c) d) e) Shielded Metal-Arc Welding Gas Tungsten-Arc Welding Gas Metal-Arc Welding Submerged Arc Welding Oxyacetylene Welding SMAW GTAW GMAW SAW OAW

The use of other welding processes shall require Employer approval, prior to start of fabrication. 6.PROCEDURE QUALIFICATION AND WELDER QUALIFICATION Employer shall reserve the right to request submittal of welding procedures for review and approval. If submittal of welding procedures is requested in the Specialty Equipment Specification or the Purchase Order, all welding procedures must be approved prior to start of fabrication. 7.FILLER METAL 7.1. Filler metal shall be selected so that the principal elements in the deposited weld metal are of the same nominal composition as the base material being joined.

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7.2. For joints in dissimilar base metals consisting of ferritic materials welded to alloy or high strength steel, the filler metals shall be of the low hydrogen type and comparable to the strength of either base metal. The lower P-number base metal strength generally is preferred. 7.3. For joints in dissimilar base metals consisting of ferritic (e.g. carbon steel) materials on one side welded to austenitic (e.g stainless steel) on the other, the filler metal shall meet the service requirements. Generally, Types 309 and 309L filler metal will be used. 7.4. Welding of other dissimilar materials, such as copper or aluminum, requires Employer prior approval. 8.WELD JOINT PREPARATION 8.1. Weld bevels may be prepared by machining, grinding, and/or thermal cutting. Weld bevels prepared by thermal cutting shall be ground smoothly to facilitate fit up and minimize the possibility of excessive root gap. 8.2. Tee or corner joints prepared by thermal cutting shall be ground smooth to facilitate alignment and proper fit up. 9.WELD CLEANING 9.1. Weld joint shall be free of burn slag, scale, rust, oil, grease, paint, and any other foreign material detrimental to the integrity of the weld. 9.2. Cleaning of weld joint may be accomplished by grinding, wire brushing, or suitable chemical cleaning. 9.3. Wire brushing and grinding of stainless steels or aluminum shall be performed by using silicon carbide wheels or stainless steel brushes not previously used on carbon steel or other ferritic alloy materials. 10.WELD CONTOUR AND FINISH 10.1.Weld deposits shall be reasonably smooth with good fusion along the side walls of the base material. 10.2. Weld undercutting shall not exceed 0.794 mm in depth when aligned across the direction of loading. A notch undercut that will catch a fingernail or wire shall be avoided. 10.3. All weld surfaces shall be flush or with a slight reinforcement.The weld reinforcement shall not exceed 3.175 mm for material thicknesses of 25.4 mm and under. 10.4. Fillet weld size shall be maintained to the dimensions specified on the drawing. Overwelding of fillet welds should be avoided(Acceptable fillet weld tolerance: -0 + 1.60 mm. 11.WELD HEAT TREATING REQUIREMENTS 11.1. Recommended Preheat for Carbon Steels Thickness Range Up to 19.0 mm Over 19.0 mm to 38.1 mm Over 38.1 mm to 63.5 mm Over 63.5 mm Temperature None 66 C 107C 149C

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When the base metal temperature is below 0C, preheat the base metal to at least 21C and maintain the minimum temperature during welding.

12.REQUIRED TESTING Required testing shall be applicable only when referenced in the Special Equipment Specification or the purchase Order. 13.GENERAL INSPECTION 13.1. All welds shall be examined visually. 13.2. All welds shall be free of cracks, visible porosity, blow holes, cold welds, high ridges, or deep valleys. 14.REPAIR WELDING 14.1.Each defect in welds or base metal shall be corrected either by removing and replacing the entire weld or as follows: a) b) c) d) Overlap or excessive convexity: reduce by removal of excessive weld metal. Excessive concavity of weld or crater, undersize welds,undercutting: grind slightly, and deposit additional weld metal. Excessive weld porosity, excessive slag inclusions, incomplete fusion: remove defective portions and reweld. Cracks in welds or base metal; ascertain the extent of the crack by use of dye penetrant, magnetic particle, or other equally positive means; remove the crack to sound metal, 50.8 mm beyond each end of the crack, and repair weld.

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TABLE 1

Aerators Air Flotation API Separators atmospheric degasifiers Containers storage holding, etc Control Panels Cooling Towers Duct Work Duct Collectors Ejector Systems tail pipes Enclosures Fixtures handling Frames skid mounted Intake Vents Mixers Blades Containers Scrubbers Sewage Treatment Packages Silencers Skimmers Strainers Sump fabricated parts Switch Racks Water Treatment Systems