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Technical

E-house Specification
Project: Client: Vessel type: Barge

Document Number: Q0680-15/Peter

5-June-2015

Rev.No.

Date

Peter Yip

Name
Prepared

Sign

Date

Name
Sign
Checked / WSG approved

Wrtsil Singapore Pte Ltd


43/45 Gul Drive
Singapore 629492
www.wartsila.com

Yip, Peter

Digitally signed by Yip, Peter


DN: cn=Yip, Peter,
ou=Users
Date: 2015.06.05 13:49:17
+08'00'

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Table of Contents
1

INTRODUCTION ................................................................................................. 4
1.1

PROJECT DESCRIPTION ............................................................................ 4

1.2

DEFINITIONS ............................................................................................... 4

1.3

Abbreviations ................................................................................................ 5

GENERAL DESIGN CRITERIA........................................................................... 7


2.1

CODES AND STANDARDS .......................................................................... 8

SITE CONDITION AND DESIGN CRITERIA ...................................................... 9


3.1

Site Condition ................................................................................................ 9

3.2

Design Criteria .............................................................................................. 9

Standard & Codes ............................................................................................. 10

ENGINEERING AND DOCUMENTATION REQUIREMENTS .......................... 11

5.1

QA/QC......................................................................................................... 11

5.2

Structure...................................................................................................... 11

5.3

Architecture ................................................................................................. 11

5.4

HVAC .......................................................................................................... 12

5.5

Fire detection and suppression ................................................................... 12

5.6

E & I ............................................................................................................ 12

5.7

Miscellaneous ............................................................................................. 13

FABRICATION AND CONSTRUCTION ............................................................ 13


6.1

General Requirements ................................................................................ 13

6.2

Structure...................................................................................................... 15

6.3

Exterior Wall Construction ........................................................................... 15

6.4

Roof ............................................................................................................ 15

6.5

Structural Base and Floor............................................................................ 16

6.6

Walkway, Stairs and Landing ...................................................................... 16

6.7

Painting and finishing .................................................................................. 16

6.8

Architecture ................................................................................................. 17

6.8.1

Insulation .............................................................................................. 17

6.8.2

Interior Wall panels ............................................................................... 17

6.8.3

Doors .................................................................................................... 18
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6.9

HVAC .......................................................................................................... 19

6.9.1

Design condition of HVAC system: ....................................................... 20

6.10

Fire Detection system .............................................................................. 21

6.11

Fire suppression system .......................................................................... 21

6.12

E & I ......................................................................................................... 21

6.12.1

E-House Electrical Distribution .......................................................... 21

6.12.2

Lighting, switches and receptacles .................................................... 21

6.13

Raceways and Cable Tray ....................................................................... 22

6.13.1

Wire and Cable.................................................................................. 23

6.13.2

Cable Entries ..................................................................................... 23

6.13.3

Equipment Grounding ....................................................................... 24

6.14

Identification and labels ........................................................................... 25

INSPECTION AND ACCEPTANCE TEST ........................................................ 25

TRANSPORTATION, LOAD-OUT AND SEAFASTENING ............................... 25

Annex ................................................................................................................ 27
9.1

Single Line Diagram .................................................................................... 27

9.2

Propose General Arrangement ................................................................... 28

9.3

Weight & Dimension .................................................................................... 29

9.4

Electrical Load List ...................................................................................... 30

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INTRODUCTION

1.1

PROJECT DESCRIPTION
This Specification describes the requirements for engineering, procuring,
constructing, installing, inspecting, testing, shipment preparing and supplying
of prefabricated metal electrical room (hereinafter E-House) housing all the
main electrical equipment and their auxiliary equipment for installation and
operation on the barge.
This specification shall be used in conjunction with other specification,
datasheet and drawings. This specification supplements the design,
fabrication and inspection requirements of IEC and other specifications and
standards reference within.

1.2

DEFINITIONS
COMPANY :
VENDOR :
Free-issued

Refers to equipment supplied by client or its


appointed vendor

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1.3

ABBREVIATIONS
The reader shall be aware that the following abbreviations shall be
referenced throughout this document:
AC
ATEX
BV
CAN
CPU
DC
DG
ESD

Alternating Current
Atmospheres EXplosibles
Control Area Network
Central Processing Unit
Direct Current
Diesel Engine Generator Set
Emergency Shut Down (From Vessel
ESD System)
Flameproof
Increased Safety
Intrinsic Safety
Freshwater
Human Machine Interface
Heating, Ventilation, Air Conditioning
Local Control Panel
Local Electrical Room
International Electrotechnical
Commission
Input / Output
Ingress Protection
International Society of Automation
Piping and Instrumentation Diagram
Public Address and General Alarm
Power Management System
Programmable Logic Controller
Sequence of Events
Seawater
Safety Integrity Level
Safety of Life at Sea
Technische-Uberwachungs-Verein
(Germany Technical Inspection
Authority)

Ex d
Ex e
Ex i
FW
HMI
HVAC
LCP
LER
IEC
I/O
IP
ISA
P&ID
PAGA
PMS
PLC
SOE
SW
SIL
SOLAS
TUV

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UPS
VSD

Un-Interruptible Power Supply


Variable Speed Drive

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GENERAL DESIGN CRITERIA


WORK SCOPE VERIFICATION
Supplier will provide the project management team, including Design
Engineers, Draftsmen, Project Engineers, Site Supervisors, Welders,
Electricians, Skilled Fitters, QA/QC Inspectors and HSE Coordinator to
complete the engineering design, fabrication, installation, testing and
commissioning of the E-House under the scope of supply.
The E-House shall be an elevated, air-conditioned structure used to house
equipment, such as Switchgear, MCC, Transformers, Distribution
Equipment, Control & Protection Panels, AC & DC Distribution Panels,
batteries, chargers, UPS etc. The Supplier shall install all equipment within
the E-house, including all equipment free-issued by the Client and Supplier.
The equipment are installed at fabrication yard and transported for easy
shipyard installation. E-house shall be pre-commissioned in fabrication yard
resulting in minimized erection and commissioning works at shipyard.
Clients scope of work shall include all necessary shipyard installed power &
control cables from Distribution equipment in the E-House to other equipment
on the barge, as required in the project specifications. Supplier can provide
furnish, install and terminate all interconnecting wiring when both
ends/devices are located within the E-House upon request by client with
cable schedule and termination drawings provided.
The E-House shall be welded to the supporting frame fabricated on the barge
by Client.

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2.1

CODES AND STANDARDS


The electrical equipment shall be designed, constructed, manufactured,
installed, and tested in accordance with the following:
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Provisions of this specification, the request for quotation and the


purchase order.

All relevant IEC standards.

Any other attached specifications.

The Prefabricated E-House components and structural assemblies shall be


designed, constructed, manufactured in accordance with approved
Standards and Procedures and in conformance to the applicable sections
relating to the allowance stresses in the following publications:
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American Institute of Steel Construction Specifications for the


Design, Fabrication, and Erection of Structural Steel for Buildings and
Code of Standard Practice for Steel Buildings

American Welding Society Structural Welding Code D1.1

Proposals based on equivalent IEC and with exceptions to the above


may be quoted and proposed for Client consideration.

In the event of any conflict between any of the codes, standards,


specifications, date sheets and regulations, the following order of
precedence shall apply:
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Statutory Codes and Regulation


Datasheets and requisition
This specification
Other referenced project specifications
Industry codes and international standards referenced

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It shall be the Suppliers responsibility to be or become knowledgeable on


the requirements of these standards and codes. The Supplier shall bear
responsibility for furnishing equipment of proper design, mechanically and
electrically suited to meet the operating requirements at specified site and
service conditions.
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SITE CONDITION AND DESIGN CRITERIA

3.1

SITE CONDITION
Location: New Zealand
Classification: Safe Area
Design Life: Fabricator to propose
Altitude: Above mean sea level
Ambient Site Temperature: Min 0 C, Max +27 C
Ambient Temperature (Indoors): Min 0 C, Max. 35 C
Relative Humidity of Air: Max. 90% @ 7 C.

3.2

DESIGN CRITERIA
The following objectives for design shall be met:
a.
b.
c.
d.
e.
f.

Safety for operation


Fit for purpose with high level of reliability
Cost effective
Operation friendly
Minimum integration and commissioning work at site
Free and easy access of space for maintenance

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Standard & Codes


The following is a summary listing of the applicable International Codes and
Standards.
Document
Document Title
Number
IEC 60751

Industrial Platinum Resistance Thermometer Sensors

EN 60073

Basic and Safety Principles for Man Machine Interface,


Marking and Identification

IEC 60092
IEC 60331,
Ed. 1b

Electrical Installation in Ships


Tests for Electric cables under Fire Conditions (Fire
Resistant cables)

IEC 60332-3
IEC 60529

Tests on Electric Cables Under Fire Conditions - Test for


Vertical Flame Spread
Degrees of Protection Provided by Enclosures (IP Code)

IEC 61000

Electromagnetic Compatibility

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ENGINEERING AND DOCUMENTATION REQUIREMENTS


A complete engineering package including design, fabrication, construction,
inspection and certification of the E-house shall be supplied. The package
shall include information necessary to allow the Supplier to organize the
installation work, including all documentation necessary to organize the precommissioning of the complete system.
This section specified the required documentation for the design and
fabrication of the E-house.

5.1

QA/QC
QA/QC Plan
Inspection and Test Plan
Weld and NDT map
Welding Procedure Specification and Welders qualification
Painting specification and procedure

5.2

STRUCTURE
In place, transportation and lifting analysis
Weight control report
Floor plan, roof plan and elevation
Connection details
Lifting arrangement
Support locations and loading on support locations
Equipment support details
Spreader bar details
Walkway, ladder and stairs details

5.3

ARCHITECTURE
Datasheet for products
Wall panel and insulation layout and details
Raised floor layout and details
Door schedule and details

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5.4

HVAC
Design basis/ General notes
Datasheet for equipments
Heat load calculation
Electrical load list
Equipment layout and section view
Ducting layout and section view
Air flow diagram
P&ID
Schematic diagram
Interface and termination drawing
Electrical Single line diagram
Panel GA drawing

5.5

FIRE DETECTION AND SUPPRESSION


Datasheet for equipment
System philosophy and cause and effect drawing
System layout and GA drawings
Termination and single line drawings
P&ID
Panel GA drawing
Flow calculations (Only applicable for fire suppression system)
MSDS (Only applicable for fire suppression system)
Isometric Drawings (Only applicable for fire suppression system)

5.6

E&I
Datasheet for equipment
Lighting calculation
Cable Schedule
Equipment layout
Small power and Utilities layout and details
Cable tray/ ladder layout and details
Cable transit layout and details
Single line diagram and termination for small power and utilities

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5.7

MISCELLANEOUS
Project Schedule
Acceptance Test Procedure
As Built drawings and documents
Manufacturing Data Record
Drawings and documents shall be suitable for transmitting electronically to
Supplier. Formats that are compatible with the latest release of AutoCAD are
acceptable for final records. Acrobat (.pdf) or other agreed format may be
used for document commenting purposes.
All drawings and documents template if required should be provided before
start of engineering.
Supplier shall prepare and update all the fabrication, pre-commissioning and
maintenance including modified drawings. After completion of the modules,
it is the suppliers responsibility to provide the drawings and documents in
As Built condition.
The Supplier shall submit to the client the planning and scheduling for the
total work. Such plans and schedules together with a progress report shall
be revised monthly and submit to show the progress of the work, any
changes and milestones achieved.

FABRICATION AND CONSTRUCTION

6.1

GENERAL REQUIREMENTS
The E-house shall be single-storey module; skid mounted and fitted 4 or 6
point supporting frames on the barge. The module shall be design and
constructed to withstand the external environmental conditions and dynamics
loads associated with load-out and transport.
The external dimensions shall be in accordance to the E-House layout
attached with this document.
All material used shall be new, unused, and of superior quality.
Installation of all equipment and materials shall be in full compliance with
recommendations of the respective manufacturers, unless otherwise stated.
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All equipment and cables shall be provided with a tag number as indicated
on engineering drawings.
All facilities within the E-House, such as Structural, Architectural, Mechanical
HVAC, Electrical, Communication, Safety and Fire Protection shall be
designed in accordance to Clients Project Specification requirements.
All wiring/cables shall enter and leave from the bottom or side walls of the Ehouse. All wiring and cables shall be properly supported. Wall and floor
penetrations for cables will be though the Multi Cable Transits to ensure
proper seal on for all penetrations.
To allow easy cable laying and routing of the cables between panels within
the same package, the package floor shall be constructed as raised floor with
removable panels and its support, for free access. The raised floor shall be
designed to withstand all the static/ rolling loads and also shall be suitable
for office type environment, as the package is considered as electrical room.
Equipment spacing clearances shall permit safe exit from the building, even
when draw out type equipment is in either the connected, test or fully
disconnect position (breaker in front of switchgear) with doors open.
Above doors rain hoods will be provided to avoid water leaking into joints.
All floor/wall penetrations including doors shall be rated to withstand the
same fire rating as the wall in which they are located.
All penetrations shall be sealed as required to provide air/water tight
penetrations.
Roof shall be designed with lifting lugs capable of lifting the fully equipped
structure at the specific lifting points with no distortion of switchgear or MCC
in the enclosure.
Particular attention shall be paid to the prevention of corrosion due to the
close proximity of dissimilar metals. Where it is necessary to use dissimilar
metals in an assembly, intermediate non-conducting isolating components
shall be used.

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6.2

STRUCTURE

The E-house frame shall be constructed as a rigid, self-supporting steel


structure. The frame shall be welded to the supporting frame unless
otherwise stated. Stiffened flat plate or crimped plate structural steel
construction is acceptable.
In addition to the above E-House code/standards requirements, the E-House
materials shall conform to the following:
Structural steel shall be proposed by Fabricator.
E-House fabrication methods shall conform to the following:
Connection detail shall be clearly stated in drawings.
All metal works shall be free from burrs and sharp edges.
6.3

EXTERIOR WALL CONSTRUCTION


E-House construction steel thickness to be proposed by Fabricator
corrugated wall / roof superstructure assembled on an underlying welded
structural steel base with a steel floor welded to the top of the base.
All exterior walls shall be air and watertight and shall be capable of
maintaining this tightness during and after any transport or lifting operations.
The exterior wall and frame supports shall be structurally adequate to sustain
all applicable loads.

6.4

ROOF
Roofs shall be flat and fabricated from steel plate welded to structural
support frame. Roof slope shall be minimum 1:200.
As required, the E-House shall consist of wall panels, roof panels,
intermediate panels, frames, doors, etc. Roof support frames shall be
strong enough to support any additional dead load suspended from
the roof such as HVAC equipment, air conditioning duct, false ceiling,
cable trays, electrical buses, light fixtures and piping etc.
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Used of roof penetration shall be minimized.


No roof gutters shall be installed.
6.5

STRUCTURAL BASE AND FLOOR


The structural base shall be of welded structural steel members. There shall
be a basic perimeter member with sufficient intermediate members to support
floor loadings of minimum (to be proposed by fabricator) KN/m2. Where
heavy equipment is located, additional reinforcing shall be provided as
required.
Structural members shall be located to coordinate with the enclosed
equipment so as to support it properly and allow maximum access to
equipment floor openings for cable penetrations.
A steel floor shall be provided, welded to the understructure. Floor shall be
provided with equipment support, cable transits cutouts for cables entrance
to match equipment being installed on the floor.
After the floor is welded to the base frame, the complete assembly shall be
cleaned with power tool. After cleaning, the entire base shall be undercoated.
The underside shall be insulated with insulation complete with galvanized
steel sheet belly pan.
Batteries rack area shall be protected by 100mm curb.

6.6

WALKWAY, STAIRS AND LANDING

Exterior walkway, stairs and landing shall be designed and fabricated by the
Supplier and shipped loose for installation ay shipyard.
Gratings shall be a 32mm height hot-dipped galvanized serrated bar grating.
6.7

PAINTING AND FINISHING

External paint finish shall provide an expected life to meet minimal


maintenance in marine condition.

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Painting shall comply with manufacturers recommendation. Painting work


shall be monitor and approved by manufacturers paint inspector.
Internal and Exterior colour shall be in accordance with the applicable
specification. Inner floors shall be finished with epoxy, colour to be approved
by client. The following painting system shall be used unless otherwise
stated:
External paint system:
Fabricator to propose.
Internal paint system for carbon steel:
Fabricator to propose.
All welds shall be brushed clean or locally shot blasted. All Zintec parts shall
be degreased prior to protective coat application.
The floor shall be finished prior to equipment and wall installation, and a final
finish coat applied when all is completed, and prior to closing up the E-House
for shipment.
Insulated or covered area shall be primed as a minimum unless otherwise
stated in specifications.
Supplier shall repair damaged part and clean soiled part during work at
Suppliers yard in accordance to painting specification.
6.8

ARCHITECTURE

6.8.1

Insulation
Each outside wall including deckhead and doors shall be insulated with an
effective insulation material.
Supplier shall ensure that the installed insulation is in good condition prior to
installation.

6.8.2

Interior Wall panels

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Interior wall material shall be non-combustible material.


Walls shall be suitably stiffened for mounting equipment to the wall.
6.8.3

Doors
Single-leaf personnel doors 900mm by 2100mm with panic bar, hardware,
closure, and drip hood shall be provided. Double-leaf doors 1800mm by
2400mm to match the equipment height shall be provided. Transom shall be
provided.
Door frames shall consist of steel hollow box sections of suitable sizes to
resist high wind pressures.
Supplier shall ensure that equipment door is large enough for its purpose.
All exposed hardware and fittings shall be of SS316 stainless steel.
Door shall be equipped with a lock.
E-House doors shall be corrosion resistant, seamless, insulated construction
with heavy duty hinges, high performance sealing system at all four sides of
the frame.
Doors shall be provided with lockable lever latch handles with overriding
internal horizontal full width Panic Bar.
Doors shall be provided with automatic heavy duty Door Closure to ensure
barriers from weather, fire and noise.

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6.9

HVAC
The air-conditioned cooling design shall include moisture-proofing and
thermal insulation to prevent occurrence of internal condensation.
Automatic temperature control shall be provided such that cooling is turned
on when indoor temperature reaches 26C and turned off when it drops to
25C. Cooling capacity shall limit indoor temperature to 25C unless
otherwise stated.
The E-house shall include two redundant marine type HVAC unit each rated
to deliver 100% cooling capacity and to provide fresh air, cooling and positive
room pressure.
Marine type roof-mounted HVAC units shall be provided. AHU and ACCU
units shall be on roof top of E-house. Refrigerated air exhausted into the Ehouse shall be directed down isles and not directly onto any electrical
equipment.
The wall openings and the air conditioning units shall be sealed. HVAC
ducting with suitably rated dampers installed on the wall or roof of E-House
will be used.
Standard disposable or washable filters shall be provided in the return air
system to the cooling unit. These shall be capable of removing contaminants
such as dust and dirt.
All materials shall be resistance to corrosion from the salt laden, humid
atmosphere, and be of grade suitable for usage.
All HVAC systems shall be interlocked with the smoke detection system to
shut down on alarm. Operating control panels shall provide local alarm
indication and provide remote indication of fault, alarm and room
temperature.
A copper condensate waste pipe shall run from each air handling unit to a
suitable outlet.
The entire HVAC system shall be tested at the Suppliers yard to demonstrate
correct operation in accordance with the requirements of the specification
and with submitted and approved test procedures.
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HVAC shall be test run for at least 24 hours continuously; if for any reason
test has to be interrupted, a new 24-hr test shall be conducted.
The air distribution shall be adjusted to obtain the design air flows, and the
outlets adjusted to obtain the required diffusion.
The design cooling capacity shall limit indoor temperature to a value
consistent with the battery manufacturers normal design life temperature
rating- typically 25 C.
A ventilation system shall provide an air exchange rate adequate to prevent
the accumulation of an explosive mixture.
Where mechanical ventilation systems are used to provide adequate air
exchange to prevent accumulation of an explosive mixture, an independent
alarm on the appropriate control room annunciator shall be provided for each
substation with battery installations. This alarm sounds when the E-house
ventilation system is not operating. Also, ventilation shall prevent high rate
battery charging.
6.9.1

Design condition of HVAC system:


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Max. Ambient: 35 C, 60% RH


Room Temp. required: 22 C (Summer), 20 C (Winter), 50%, 10%
RH
Fresh air: 10%
Return air: 90%
Room pressure: 25 Pa than atmosphere
Equipment heat dissipation:

Power supply: 400V/ 3ph/ 50 Hz and 220V/ 1ph/ 50 Hz


Area Classification: Safe Area

Please refer to enclose heat dissipation datasheet

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6.10

FIRE DETECTION SYSTEM


Ionization type smoke detection shall be provided with the E-house. The
detection system in the E-house will be integrated with barge fire protection
scheme supplied free issue by Wartsila to the fabricator for installation.
All indicators and facilities to shutdown the air conditioning units shall be
provided in the fire and gas protection panel. Smoke detectors shall
individually alarm at a panel in the main control room. Each alarm shall be
identified with the location of the smoke detector. Alarms shall be both visible
and audible. E-house shall be fitted with an external beacon and sounder
(near main personnel entrance) which will operate in the event of fire or
smoke being detected inside the enclosure by the fire detection system.
Detectors shall be placed at strategic location above the cable trays and
equipment.
One 5kg CO2 fire extinguisher at each entrance door to be provided.

6.11

FIRE SUPPRESSION SYSTEM


The CO2 fire suppression will be provided with the E-house. The suppression
system will be free issue by Wartsila to the fabricator for installation.

6.12

E&I

6.12.1 E-House Electrical Distribution


The E-House is to be supplied with electrical power distribution equipment in
accordance to the Project Specification requirements.
The E-Houses shall also contain AC Small Power & Lighting Distribution panel.
Circuit breaker shall be equipped with devices enabling locking of the circuit breaker
in the off position.

6.12.2 Lighting, switches and receptacles


Interior lighting for individual room shall be fed from more than 1 circuit breaker.
Internal lighting shall be provided to afford a minimum illumination level of 500 lux
at 1m above floor level.

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Luminaries shall be of the polycarbonate, industrial pattern, IP21, fluorescent type


and shall be supplied complete with tubes and control gear. They shall be either
electronic or rapid start high power type.

Emergency lighting fittings shall be located within the substation so as to


provide illumination of exit routes from the enclosure. As a minimum light
shall be located above each enclosure exit.
The emergency illumination levels shall be 22 lux.
Exterior lighting will be provided above doors to illuminate entrances to the
enclosure. These shall be fed from the lighting DB.
Exit light shall be provided as per class and over every exit as a minimum.
Metal clad three way switches shall be provided for multiple entries location.
Switches shall be mounted 1200mm above floor adjacent to every access
door.
Sockets shall be installed at a minimum of 6 convenient locations within the
enclosure. It will be wall mounted 450mm above floor.
6.13

RACEWAYS AND CABLE TRAY


All conduits shall be galvanized steel or rigid steel. All conduits shall be sized
in accordance with the IEC. Exterior conduit shall be rigid.
Cable trays shall be heavy duty. Section flange, stainless steel.
Where cables passes over an edge or through trays, the edge shall be
protected to prevent abrasion of the cables.
Separate cable trays/ ladder, conduits or enclosure shall be used for different
system namely Power, Instrument and Communication. Cable trays/ ladder,
conduits or enclosure shall be segregated and spaced between different
class of voltage level and different system.
Conductors of insulated of 0.6/ 1kV of light and power system of 600V or less,
ac or dc shall be permitted to occupy same enclosure or raceway.

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All external cables will enter through the floor or walls supported by cable
tray/ ladder.
6.13.1 Wire and Cable

Supplier shall furnish, install and terminate all interconnecting wiring


including marking and tagging when both ends/devices are supplied by
supplier. Cable numbers shall be requested from Client.
All cables and wiring shall be continuous, splices are not permitted. When
equipment are required to be removed for shipment, cables are to be coiled
back for re-connection on site by others.
All wiring to field cable connections shall be side entry via the MCT into the
E-House.
All equipment and auxiliary devices, cables and cable core shall be clearly
identified using non-corrodible labels, markers and ferrules.
Conductors tag number shall be sleeve type or heat shrinkable.
Cables shall be terminated at all equipment using compression glands of
recommended manufacturers. Cable glands shall be industrial brass suitable
for a marine, salt air corrosive environment, mechanical compression type
with seals and positive clamping of all strands of wire amour. The thread
shall be ISO metric.
Cable ends not terminated immediately after cutting shall be seal with a heat
shrink sealing cap or water resistant sealing tape and then neatly coiled.
No more than 2 conductors are allowed per terminal points.
All wiring shall de terminated with crimp or compression lugs. For lighting and
small power terminations, crimped lugs are not required.
6.13.2 Cable Entries
MCT of suitable fire rating shall be used for cable entries. Inserts for incoming
and outgoing cables will be provided by client. Frames of suitable size will be
provided and welded by supplier.
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6.13.3 Equipment Grounding


All metallic equipment enclosures and ground buses within the E-House shall
be bonded to the E-House by means of a copper bus bars or earth boss in
accordance with the IEEE, IEC standards and regulation and the following
table:
Item

Conductor

Switchgear and Motor Control 70 mm


Center
(Require 2 grounds each)
Distribution
Panels,
Control 25 mm
Panels
Misc. Small Electrical
Including Light Fixtures

Items

(Fabricator propose) mm

2 no. of M20 through wall brass earth bosses connected to the E-House earth
bar shall be provided at opposite corners of the enclosure.
Earth bar of minimum 450mm length shall be provided and shall consist of a
6 x 50mm equivalent cross section copper bar.
An additional ground bus which is provided for clean earth of the instrument
panels. The shield ground pad shall be isolated from case grounding and
from the metallic structure of the package enclosure.
Cable tray system or other metal enclosures for wire and cable shall be
electrically continuous across all joints, 25mm2 wire connections are to be
used.
Metallic armor and sheaths, and metallic insulation shielding of all cables shall be
bonded together and grounded at their supply ends by connection to the switchgear
or control centre ground bus, or by connection to a grounded metallic enclosure.
Floor mat shall be provided in the E-House aisle in front of switchgear, MCC and
other electrical equipment for electrical safety. E-House design shall maintain
clearance requirements for open equipment doors with floor mats in place.

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6.14

IDENTIFICATION AND LABELS


All equipment including panel boards, cabinets, junction boxes, safety
switches, contactors, motor controllers, circuit breakers, control devices, and
any other equipment used to disconnect, switch, marshal or control electrical
or instrumentation circuits furnished shall have nameplates labeled in
English.
Equipment identification labels shall be rear engraved white-black-white
laminated plastic (Traffolyte or equivalent).
Labels fixing method shall not infringe on IP rating or safety of any enclosure.

INSPECTION AND ACCEPTANCE TEST


Supplier shall inform Client 3 days in advance for any inspection or
witnessing work unless otherwise stated.
All equipment provided shall be warranted as suitable for continuous
operation under the loading and service conditions stated herein.
The E-Houses and electrical system within shall be guaranteed against
defects in materials and workmanship for 18 months from time of shipment
or 12 months from date of energization whichever occurs first.
In addition to testing as detailed in individual specifications, upon completion
of E-House construction, Final Acceptance Test witness by Customers or
their Authorized Representative at the E-House Fabricators Facilities in
accordance to the Inspection Test Plan.

TRANSPORTATION, LOAD-OUT AND SEAFASTENING


Each item of equipment shall be checked/ sea fastened for its suitability for
transportation. Where the equipment is not adequate, brackets for attaching
sea fastenings shall be applied.
All lifting aids and outfitting shall be designed and supplied by Supplier.

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For transportation, tied down to the lifting lugs is recommended. Additional


tied down points requested by client or its appointed representative, i.e.
marine warranty surveyor or clients appointed forwarder can be provided on
request at additional cost.
Where items are required to be dismantled for shipping, e.g. door canopies,
exterior lights, cable ladders/ trays, cables, walkway and stairs, HVAC units
and etc, instructions shall be provided for reassembly of sections in the field.
Delivery shall include all bolts, splices, etc for joining the units together.
These joining parts shall be securely packaged and clearly labeled to enable
immediate installation. Each pre-assembly shall be completely fitted out with
all equipment and internal services prior to dispatch. The Supplier shall
provide documentation and procedures necessary for the installation of the
E-house by others.

- 26 -

Annex

9.1

SINGLE LINE DIAGRAM

- 27 -

9.2

PROPOSE GENERAL ARRANGEMENT

- 28 -

9.3

WEIGHT & DIMENSION

- 29 -

Weight & Dimensions of Equipment


E-house - 18m Booster Station
Weights and dimensions (net, w/o packing)
Item No. Description

Rev

Qty

Weight
(each)
Kg

Supplier

Length
each
mm

Depth each
mm

Height
each
mm

Heat Loss
(W) / Unit

Weight
(total)
Kg

Total
Heat Loss
(W)

MV Switchboard 11kV,

1,000

Wartsila

1,140

1,550

2,300

500

1,000

500

2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17

690V LV Switcboard
400V Switcboard
690V, VFD, Freshwater Water Cooled
11kV/690V Transformer, 2 MVA
HV Junction
690/400V Transformer
UPS
CO2 Tanks.
JB
Fire Panel
Gland Pump 2 Starter Panel
Cooling Fan Dredge Pump Motor, Starter Panel
Submerge Bilge Pump Starter Panel
Freshwater Circulating Pump Starter Panel
HVAC Panel
Lighting Fixtures, socket Outlets

1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1

1,000
1,000
3,500
6,000
75
450
600
500
50
9
50
50
50
50
50

Wartsila
Wartsila
Wartsila
Wartsila
Wartsila
Wartsila
Wartsila
Wartsila
Wartsila
Wartsila
Wartsila
Wartsila
Wartsila
Wartsila
Fabricator
Fabricator

2400
1400
3030
2450
650
850
550
1,100
650
346
500
500
500
500
?

900
900
644
1375
300
600
800
400
300
140
250
250
250
250
?

2000
2000
2003
2260
950
900
1600
3000
950
420
500
500
500
500
?

2,500
1,982
1,600
14,100

1,000
1,000
3,500
6,000
75
450
600
500
100
9
50
50
50
50
50

2500
1982
1600
14100
0
1500
545
0
0
100
200
200
200
200
1000

14,484

24,627

1
1

1
1
1
1
1
1
1

Total (kg)

Q0680-15 - Weights and dimensions E-house Equip R1.xls

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1500
545

100
200
200
200
200
1000

Location

Remark

Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
External
Internal
Internal
External
External
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal

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9.4

ELECTRICAL LOAD LIST

- 30 -

S/N

Load

From

G/F/S

Voltage

KW

kVA

PF

Eff

Current
Nominal(In)
(A)

A1

Incomer from Junction Box

MV Switchboard

11000

2000

2000.00

1.00

0.90

116.64

A2

Distribution Transformer 11kV/690V

MV Switchboard

11000

2000

2000.00

1.00

0.90

116.64

A1

Incomer Transformer #1 11kV/690V

690

2000

2000

1.00

0.90

1859.48

A2

Transformer #2 690/400V

690

99

99

1.00

0.90

92.04

A3

Dredge Pump VFD

690

1100

1100

1.00

0.90

1022.71

A4

Spare

690

20

20

1.00

0.90

18.59

A1

Incomer Transformer 690/440V

400

99.00

99.00

1.00

0.90

198.72
146.12

A2

Deck Crane

400

55.00

68.75

0.80

0.85

A3

Gland Pump 2

400

100.00

125.00

0.80

0.85

265.67

A4

HVAC Panel

400

7.50

9.38

0.80

0.85

19.92

A5

Cooling Fan Dredge Pump Motor

400

9.00

11.25

0.80

0.85

23.91
10.63

A6

Submerge Bilge Pump

400

4.00

5.00

0.80

0.85

A7

VFD LCU

400

15.00

18.75

0.80

0.85

39.85

A8

Freshwater Circulating Pump

400

13.00

16.25

0.80

0.85

34.54

A9

Seawater Cooling Pump

400

20.00

25.00

0.80

0.85

53.13

A10

Spare Feeder < 10 kW

400

10.00

12.50

0.80

0.85

26.57

A11

Spare Feeder < 10 kW

400

10.00

12.50

0.80

0.85

26.57

230

16.00
16.00

NLP1-1

MV Switchboard Heater

NLP1-2

LV Switchboard heater

230

NLP1-3

Transformer 2 MVA Heater

230

16.00

NLP1-4

Transformer 99 kVA heater

230

16.00

NLP1-5

Dredge Pump VFD heater

230

16.00

NLP1-6

Spare

230

16.00

NLP1-7

Deck Crane

230

16.00

NLP1-8

External Lights

230

16.00

NLP1-9

UPS (5 kVA)

230

25.00

NLP1-10

Lighting

230

16.00

NLP1-11

Socket Outlet

230

16.00

NLP1-12

Spare

230

16.00

Matrix of Responsibilities
WBS

Equipment & Material

Description

Wartsila

Fabricator

Comments

1000
1001

Classification

Design Compliance (Class)

Each one is responsible for its supplied


equipment

2000
2100
2101

Engineering
Electrical
Design basis

Each one is responsible for its supplied


equipment

2102
2103
2104
2105
2106
2107
2108

Electrical system design


Electrical studies
Cable schedule
Cable sizing criteria
MCTs sizing
Cable termination diagrams
Electrical system operation manual

2109
2110
2111
2200
2201
2202
2203

Module earthing network


ICSS interfacing
NA
Equipment/material inspection on receival
Free Issued Items
Safety System
Design basis
Safety system design
Safety system equipment specification for procurement

2204
2205
2206
2207
2300
2301
2302
2303
2304
2305
2306
2307
2308
2400
2401
2402
2403
2404
2405
2406
2407
2408
2500
2501
2502

Cable schedule
Loop drawings
Termination drawings
Equipment/material inspection on receival
HVAC
Design basis
HVAC system design
HVAC equipment specifcations for procurement
Ducting
Cable schedule
Loop drawings
Termination drawings
Free issued equipment ( Gas Detector )
NA
Fire Fighting
Design basis
F & G system
CO2 system design
CO2 equipment specifcations for procurement
Cable schedule
Loop drawings
Termination drawings
Equipment/material inspection on receival
Telecom
Design basis
NA
Overall system block diagram / Interconnection diagram NA

2503
2504
2505
2506
2600
2601
2602
2603
2604
2605
2606
2607
2608
2609
2610
2700
2701
2702

Telecom Index
Cable Schedule
Telecom Termination and Connection diagrams
Equipment/material inspection on receival
Layout
Concept E house layouts
Instrument
Telecom
Electrical
Cable handling/installation
Cable rack / tray layouts
Cable schedule / MTOs
Cable routing
Pulling slips
Installation details
Architectural / Structural
Design basis
Detailed enginering

R
R
R

R
R

R
R
R
R
R

R
R
R
R
R
R
R

R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R

R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R

NA
NA
NA
NA
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R

Each one is responsible for its supplied


equipment

Matrix of Responsibilities
WBS

Equipment & Material

Description

2703
2800
2801
2802
2803
2804
2805
2806
2807
2808
2809
2810
3000
3100
3101
3102
3103
3104
3105

Shop drawings
Piping
Chilled water
CO2 system
Pipe supports
Drain pipes
Fresh water
Thermal insulation
Instrument air
Bonded flandes
Painting
All piping and supports shop drawings
Equipment Supply / Procurement
Interconnects
Power cable
Instrument and control able
Telecom cable internal
Ducting
Piping

3107
3200
3201
3202
3203
3204
3205
3206
3207
3208
3209
3210
3211
3212
3213
3214

Glands
Bulk Material
MCT's
Cable Trays
Cable Ladders
Lighting
Switches
Socket outlets
Push buttons
Junction boxes
Mounting Support
LV Connectors
MV Terminations
Pipes, bellows
Flanges
Pre-commissioning spares

3300
3301
3302
3303
3304
3305
3306
3307
3308
3400
3401

Electrical
Medium voltage package
Low voltage package
Transformers
UPS
Batteries
Frequency converters
Distribution panels
Building lighting panels
HVAC
VAC skid -AHUs (fan coils and motors, air fans and
motors)
Automatic dampers
Manual dampers
Field instruments
Louvers, Grilles and Diffusers
Cabinets, panels for E-HOUSE supply equipment
(HVAC)
Safety System
Fire & gas detection junction box
Fire & gas detectors
Safety signage
Third parties free issued equipment (end or intermidiate if applicable
customer)
Architectural / Structural
Anti-acid floor at battery rooms
Thermal and acoustic insulation (wall, ceiling and floor)
Wall panel
Raised floor
Door
Structure
Equipment support

3404
3405
3406
3407
3408
3500
3501
3502
3503
3504
3600
3602
3603
3605
3606
3607
3608
3609

Wartsila

Fabricator

Comments

R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R

R
R
R
R
R

CO2, water and


drainage

R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R

R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R

R
R
R
R

R
R
R
R
R
R
R

Each one responsible for its own


equipment supplied spares

Matrix of Responsibilities
WBS
3610
3611
3700
3701
3702
3703
3800
3801
3802
3803
3804
3805
3806
4000
4100
4101
4102
4103
4104
4105
4106
4107
4200
4201
4202
4203
4204
4205
4206
4207
4208
4209
4210
4211
4212
4213
4300
4301
4302
4303
4304
4305
4306
4307
4308
4309
4310
4400
4401
4500
4501
4504

4505
4506
4507
4508
4509
4600
4601

Equipment & Material

Description

Cable tray support


All the structural materials
Fire Fighting
Fire extinguishers
Co 2 system
Third parties free issued equipment (end or intermidiate
customer)
Telecom
Intercommunication wiring box
NA
Wall telephones
NA
Distributor intermediate optical
NA
Data plug sockets
NA
Rack for data equipment
NA
Acoustic horns
NA
Installation (E-HOUSE)
Interconnects
Power cable
Instrument and control able
Telecom cable internal
Ducting
Piping
CO2, water and
dreinage
Optical fiber cable (connecting box and cabling)
if applicable
Glands
Bulk Material
MCT's
Cable Trays
Cable Ladders
Lighting
Switches
Socket outlets
Push buttons
Junction boxes
Mounting Support
LV Connectors
MV Terminations
Pipes, bellows
Flanges
Electrical
Medium voltage package
Low voltage package
Transformers
UPS
Batteries
Frequency converters
Distribution panels
Lighting panels
JB Temporary Incomer / Feeder
Third parties free issued equipment (end or intermidiate if applicable
customer)
ICSS
Third parties free issued equipment (end or intermidiate NA
customer)
HVAC
VAC skid -AHUs (fan coils and motors, air fans and
motors)
Automatic dampers
Fire Damper,
Modulation
Dampers
Manual dampers
Regulation, Overflow, Non-return
Field instruments
Other
Louvers, Grilles and
Diffusers
Cabinets, panels for E-HOUSE supply equipment
3 panels
(HVAC)
Third parties free issued equipment (end or intermidiate if applicable
customer)
Safety System
Fire & gas detection junction box

Wartsila

Fabricator
R
R

R
R
R

R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R

R
R

R
R
R
R
R

Comments

Matrix of Responsibilities
WBS

Equipment & Material

4602
4603
4604

5102

Fire & gas detectors


Safety signage
Third parties free issued equipment (end or intermidiate
customer)
Architectural / Structural
Anti-acid floor at battery rooms
Thermal and acoustic insulation (wall, ceiling and floor)
Floors in non-halogenated rubber
Wall panel
Raised floor
Door
Structure
Equipment support
Cable tray support
All the structural materials
Third parties free issued equipment (end or intermidiate
customer)
Fire Fighting
Fire extinguishers
CO2 system
Third parties free issued equipment (end or intermidiate
customer)
Telecom
Intercommunication wiring box
Wall telephones
Distributor intermediate optical
Data plug sockets
Rack for data equipment
Acoustic horns
Third parties free issued equipment (end or intermidiate
customer)
Mechanical Completion
Management and control of the pre-commissioning
work
Coordination of interface with engineering

5103

4700
4701
4702
4703
4704
4705
4706
4707
4708
4709
4710
4711
4800
4801
4802
4803
4900
4901
4902
4903
4904
4905
4906
4907
5000
5101

Description

Wartsila

Fabricator

if applicable

R
R
R

if applicable

R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R

if applicable

R
R
R

Comments

NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
if applicable

until shipping

Coordination of manufacturers

5104

Coordination of operation training

5105

5200
5201
5202
5203
5204
5205

Coordination of inspection plan to be used in field


fabrication
Document Handling
Detailed Mechanical Completion plan
Schedule
Develop of all required check lists
Develop punch list
Equipment preservation and handling procedures

R
R

R
R
R
R
R

5300
5301

Field Activities
Factory acceptance test (FAT)

Each one is responsible for its supplied


equipment

5302

Receipt inspection

5303

Equipment preservation

5304

Instrument calibration verification and testing

Each one is responsible for its supplied


equipment.
Each one is responsible for its supplied
equipment.
Each one is responsible for its supplied
equipment.

5305
5306
5307
5308
5309
5310
5311
5313

Piping hydrostatic and leak tests


Piping and system flushing
Electrical cable insulation tests
Electrical equipment insulation tests
Electrical cable continuity tests
Electrical control circuit tests
Instrumentation / automation loop tests
Mechanical completion certificate

R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R

5400
5401

End phase
Follow up punch lists

recalibration if
applicable

Each one is responsible for its supplied


equipment
Each one is responsible for its supplied
equipment
Each one is responsible for its supplied
equipment
Each one is responsible for its supplied
equipment
Each one is responsible for its supplied
equipment

Each one is responsible for its supplied


equipment

Each one is responsible for its supplied


equipment.
Each one is responsible for its supplied
equipment.

Matrix of Responsibilities
WBS

Equipment & Material

5402

Handover to the Client

6000
6001
7000
7001

Delivery
Ex works at Yard
Onshore Support
Onshore Support

7002

Offshore Support

Description

Wartsila

Fabricator

Comments
Each one is responsible for its supplied
equipment.

R
Integration Yard
manpower to be
used Offshore

Each one is responsible for its supplied


equipment.
To Be Advised