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TABLE OF CONTENTS
1.

INTRODUCTION ......................................................................................................................... 3
1.1

2.

PROJECT BACKGROUND ......................................................................................... 3

ABBREVIATIONS AND DEFINITIONS ...................................................................................... 5


2.1

ABBREVIATIONS ........................................................................................................ 5

3.

SCOPE OF DOCUMENT ............................................................................................................ 6

4.

CODES, STANDARDS, REGULATIONS AND REFERENCES ................................................ 7


4.1
4.2
4.3

GENERAL .................................................................................................................... 7
ORDER OF PRECEDENCE......................................................................................... 8
TECHNICAL DEVIATIONS AND EXCEPTIONS......................................................... 9

5.

LOCATION AND ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITIONS ............................................................... 10

6.

ELECTRICAL REQUIREMENT ................................................................................................ 11


6.1

6.2
6.3

7.

INSPECTION AND TESTING ................................................................................................... 19


7.1
7.2

8.

DESIGN DATA ........................................................................................................... 11


6.1.1 General ........................................................................................................... 11
6.1.2 Safety Requirements ...................................................................................... 12
6.1.3 Design and Construction ................................................................................ 12
6.1.4 Other Accessories .......................................................................................... 16
6.1.5 Noise............................................................................................................... 17
MATERIALS ............................................................................................................... 17
DESIGNATION AND NAMEPLATE .......................................................................... 17
6.3.1 Designation ..................................................................................................... 17
6.3.2 Name Plates ................................................................................................... 17

TYPE TEST ................................................................................................................ 19


ROUTINE TEST ......................................................................................................... 20

APPENDICES ........................................................................................................................... 21
8.1

APPENDIX A: EQUIPMENT DATA SHEET .............................................................. 22

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INTRODUCTION
PROJECT BACKGROUND
Husky CNOOC Madura Ltd. (HCML hereinafter called COMPANY) plans to develop the Madura
Strait Block BD gas reserves for sales gas to buyers in Java Island. This field is located offshore
in the Madura Strait East Java, about 65 km east of Surabaya and about 16 km south of Madura
Island. The project envisages development of a wellhead platform; an offshore spread moored
converted tanker based Floating, Production, Storage and Offloading (FPSO) with gas processing
facilities and self-sufficient offsite and utility systems; Gas metering Station (GMS) at onshore; 10
Multiphase flexible riser connecting wellhead platform to FPSO, 16 gas export flexible riser
connecting FPSO to wellhead platform (WHP) and 16 export gas pipeline from WHP to GMS.
The FPSO will provide electrical power via 6.6 KV subsea power cable and communication via
fiber optic cable to WHP.

The facility is designed for 110 MMscfd sales gas. An unmanned wellhead platform with four well
slots and two slots for future expansion would be set in 182 feet of water. The FPSO will be
located at a distance of 125 m from WHP. The well fluids would be delivered from WHP to FPSO
via a 10 multiphase flexible riser.

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At FPSO, the main process components of the gas processing facilities would include: fluids inlet
separation, gas sweetening, gas dehydration and hydrocarbon dew point control equipment,
condensate stabilization, condensate storage and export, produced water treating and disposal,
and sulfur recovery with molten sulfur export. The gas is separated from the liquids through three
stage of separation. The sour gas is treated with an amine solution to remove all H2S and some
of CO2. The sweet gas is then dehydrated to 7 lbs/mmscf to meet water dew point specifications
and enter the Dew Point Control System unit for controlling the hydrocarbon dew point. The
treated gas is then transported through a 16 flexible riser to WHP. From WHP treated gas flows
through 52 kilometer long carbon steel pipeline to a gas metering at onshore and distribution
system in East Java near Pasuruan.
The condensate from the separators is stabilized to meet sales specification and stored in tanks
integral with the FPSO Barge which will total 370 kbbls. The condensate is loaded onto shuttle
tanker for shipment to market.
Acid gas from the amine unit is processed in sulfur recovery unit to recover the sulfur in molten
form to export to molten sulfur tanker by offload hose. Molten sulfur is stored in 2 x 1500m tanks.
The gas exiting the LP, MP separators and Condensate Stabilization Unit is routed to the Gas
Recompression Package. The recompressed gas is then routed to the HP Separator before being
routed to the Gas Treating Unit.
The produced water from the FPSO topside facilities is collected in the degasser from the
degasser the separated water is pumped to the de-oiling package which consists of liquid/liquid
hydrocyclone and produced water polisher. After the water is de-oiled, the treated water will go to
the sour water stripper where the dissolved H2S is removed from the water using stripping
column before being disposed to the sea.

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ABBREVIATIONS AND DEFINITIONS


Within the body of this document, the following definitions apply:

2.1

COMPANY

BUMI ARMADA OFFSHORE HOLDING LIMITED (BAOHL)

CLIENT

HUSKY CNOOC MADURA LIMITED

CONTRACTOR

Direct contractors or their assigns

ABBREVIATIONS
ABS

American Bureau of Shipping

ACB

Air Circuit Breaker

AN

Air Natural

ASTA

Association of Short-Circuit Authorities

BKI

Biro Klasification Indonesia

BS

British Standard

EPR

Ethylene propylene rubber

FPSO

Floating Production Storage & Offloading

HV

High Voltage

IEC

International Electrotechnical Commission

KEMA

Keuring van Elektrotechnische Materialen te Arnhem

LSZH

Low Smoke Zero Halogen

LV

Low Voltage

NER

Neutral Earthing Resistor

N/C

Normally Close

N/O

Normally Open

PTC

Positive Temperature Coefficient

SWA

Steel Wire Armour

XLPE

Cross-linked Poly-Ethylene

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SCOPE OF DOCUMENT
This document defines the minimum requirements for design, materials, fabrication,
inspection, testing, painting, documentation and preparation for shipment for the supply of
Power Transformer to be installed on the FPSO.
This document is prepared as an attachment to the electrical requirement for E-House
package unit and hence to be read in conjunction with the main package unit specifications.
This specification indicates only electrical requirements for the equipment within the
boundaries of package unit to be installed on the FPSO.
The CONTRACTOR shall note and refer E-House package specification for detailed scope of
supply and services, spare parts and special tools, unit rates, environmental data, quality
assurance, painting, shipment, preservation, inspection, testing, guarantee / warranty,
documentation, technical assistance, training and other miscellaneous requirements.

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4.

CODES, STANDARDS, REGULATIONS AND REFERENCES

4.1

GENERAL
CONTRACTOR shall consider the most recent issue of the applicable Codes and Standards
listed below as part of the technical requirements for the equipment items to be supplied.
Equipment shall be designed in accordance with the following international codes and
standards including any addenda published for the edition listed unless they are superseded
by the latest edition.
IEC standard shall be used as primary guide to the design, however certain specific code,
standard and regulation shall be made into reference in case more stringent specific
requirement to be followed as per list below:
CLASS
ABS Guide

ABS Guide for Building and Classing Floating Production


Installations

ABS Guide

ABS Guide for Building and Classing Facilities on Offshore


Installation

SVR 2012

Rules for Building and Classing Steel Vessel Rules (2012)

BKI

Guidelines for Construction and Classification of FPSO

British Standard
BS 4800

Schedule of Paint Colours for Building Purposes

International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC)


IEC 60038

IEC Standard voltages

IEC 60044

Instrument transformers

IEC 60050

International Electrotechnical Vocabulary

IEC 60071

Insulation Co-ordination

IEC 60076 (All Parts)

Power transformers

IEC 60085

Thermal evaluation and classification of electrical


insulation

IEC 60270

High voltage test techniques - Partial discharge


requirements

IEC 60529

Degrees of Protection Provided by Enclosures (IP


Code)

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IEC 61000

Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC)

IEC 61892

Mobile and fixed offshore units Electrical installations

Institute of Petroleum
IP 15

Institute of Petroleum Model Code of Safe Practice Part


15 - Area Classification Code for Installations Handling
Flammable Fluids, 2nd Edition

Reference Documents
Description

4.2

COMPANYs Doc. No.

Electrical Design Basis

21022-BAE-30000-EL-RP-0001

QA/QC Instruction to contractors

21022-BAB-04101-QA-PR-0001

ORDER OF PRECEDENCE
The Project Data Sheets complete with the Project Drawings, this Specification and other
documents attached to the Technical Requisition are considered the overall governing
document determining CONTRACTORs Scope of Supply. The most stringent rules shall be
applied. In the event of scope overlapping of different rules, the more stringent requirement
shall apply:
a) Indonesian Government Acts and Regulations
b) Classification Society: ABS & BKI
c) Requisition
d) Data Sheets
e) Specification/Drawings
f) Other Project Specifications
g) Industry Codes, Standards and Recommended Practices
Any discrepancies or conflicts among the documents listed above shall be called to the
attention of COMPANY for resolution prior to purchase, design or fabrication.
If, in CONTRACTORs opinion, any portion of this Specification is not considered good
design, good operating practice, or results in a deviation from CONTRACTORs standard
factory practice, CONTRACTOR will refer such items to COMPANY for resolution.

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TECHNICAL DEVIATIONS AND EXCEPTIONS


The CONTRACTOR shall inform the COMPANY of any deviation or exception from this
Specification along with their bid. In the absence of any exception or clarification, it shall be
construed that the CONTRACTOR will comply fully with the requirements of the
Specification.

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LOCATION AND ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITIONS


Electrical equipment and material shall be designed for following environmental conditions:
Environment:

Humid, Salt Laden and Corrosive


Max. Relative Humidity 100%

Equipment Design Temperature:

40 deg C

Equipment shall be designed in accordance with the design temperature.


Altitude:

< 1000 mtr above mean sea level

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6.1

DESIGN DATA

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Transformer Package shall consist of:

Dry type cast resin encapsulated transformers complete with weatherproof enclosure
IP42. The voltage ratio, quantities and other details to be as per data sheet.

Winding temperature detectors for temperature monitoring

Removable bi-directional rollers

Steel base

The transformer CONTRACTOR shall provide detail information as required/requested by


bus duct/switchboards CONTRACTOR on the terminal box interfacing.

Unless otherwise specified in the data sheets and / or other requisition documents the
transformer shall meet the requirements of this specification in every respect and shall be
suitable for continuous operation at full load.
All equipment, materials and components included in the delivery shall be compliant to the
associated standards for electromagnetic compatibility in respect to emission and immunity
such as but not limited to IEC 61000.
The transformers % impedance (without negative tolerance) shall be as per data sheet to
limit peak fault levels to within reasonable limits.
The transformer shall be fully type tested by ASTA or KEMA or other COMPANY recognized
independent certification organizations for adequate short circuit withstand capability. Reports
shall be submitted with the bid.
The HV/LV (6.6/0.46kV) transformers shall have delta connected primary winding with the
secondary winding connected in star. The 6.6/0.46kV transformers shall be Dy11 with the
secondary winding star connection unearthed.
The high and low voltage terminal boxes shall be located on opposite sides of the
transformer. The terminal boxes shall be completely enclosed with a bolt-on front cover. All
connections shall be sized to carry the maximum continuous current (including overload
where relevant), and also the prospective through fault currents. Test certificates or
calculations shall be available for all main cable connecting boxes to confirm short-circuit
withstand capability.
Transformer bushing insulations shall be mounted sealed and leak proof. They shall be of
high quality, high strength, non-hydroscopic and non-tracking material, capable of
withstanding rough handling during transportation, erection and maintenance, and during
normal and short circuit conditions.

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The transformer shall be suitable for continuous operation at full load for a minimum of
30,000 hours without maintenance for which the transformer has to be de-energized.
The transformer shall be capable of supplying its rated power without exceeding the
overheating limits specified in the standards when;
Supplying rated load at rated frequency with voltage variation of +6/-10% rated.
Supplying rated load at rated voltage with frequency variation of 5% rated.
Cable terminal boxes shall be made of 316L stainless steel. The covers of all cable
terminating boxes shall be secured using non-loosening bolts and screws. The cover of all
cover boxes shall not be removable without the use of any tools. Removable cover access
plates shall be provided with handles.
Low voltage terminal box shall be designed to suit bus duct connection. CONTRACTOR shall
liaise with bus duct CONTRACTOR to obtain connection details.
Facilities shall be provided for earthing of each cable protective screen and/or armour inside
each cable terminal box, including those for secondary or auxiliary circuits.
Topside installed transformers shall be forced air cooled (ANAF for 65-TXR-7520/7530/7540)
and engine room installed transformer (D3-TXR-7550 shall be AN), the CONTRACTOR shall
submit calculations to substantiate temperature rise rating, all components shall be rated to
meet this requirement.
The transformer shall be provided with cooling fan and related temperature control of fans to
be provided for increasing rating of transformer (air forced).

6.1.2

Safety Requirements

6.1.2.1

Short Circuit Capacity


CONTRACTOR shall describe the measures taken to minimize the probability of internal
faults or to reduce the risk for this as meant and in line with IEC 60298, paragraph 5.101.
The transformers and all its components shall be capable of withstanding the thermal and
dynamic stresses, resulting from the prospective short circuit currents as specified, without
the possibility of injury to personnel.
The cast resin transformers shall be provided with an enclosure to provide adequate
shielding of personnel from live parts and possible capacitive currents when touching the
encapsulation of the transformer. Inside the enclosure all live parts shall be protected against
accidental contact when the transformer enclosure is opened.

6.1.3

Design and Construction

6.1.3.1

Windings
The transformer shall have separate HV and LV windings. Windings shall be uniformly and
fully insulated and cast resin encapsulated. Material for both HV and LV windings shall be of
high conductivity copper.

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Construction of high voltage and low voltage windings shall use materials that;

Avoid mismatch in thermal coefficient of expansion between conductor and epoxy resin
to minimise thermal stress

Reduce the winding interlayer or interturn electric stresses for a high impulse voltage
withstand capability

Prevent undesirable gas inclusions and formation of air cavities in the high voltage
windings to prevent partial discharges up to twice the rate voltage

Result in windings that are mechanically robust, maintenance free, humidity resistant,
tropicalised, fire resistant and self-extinguishing

Windings and connections shall be adequately braced to withstand thermal and mechanical
shocks and electro-magnetic impulsive forces expected during normal operation, during short
circuit under all operating and handling conditions.
The minimum insulation class shall be F to IEC 60085 with temperature rise limited to Class
B. Windings shall be clamped between resilient and insulated blocks to provide effective coilto-coil damping and to reduce noise emission. The HV winding shall provide rigidity against
impulse test stresses to be proven in the type test report. The HV windings shall be free of
partial discharge up to the test voltage.
For 6.6/0.46kV transformers, windings shall have insulation withstand levels as given below:

6.1.3.2

HV (6.6kV)- Primary and HV (6.9kV at no load)- Secondary


a)

Nominal voltage

6.6kV rms

b)

Rated voltage

7.2kV rms

c)

One minute power frequency withstand voltage

20kV rms

d)

Rated lightning impulse withstand

40kV peak

e)

System symmetrical short circuit rating

25kA rms for 3 secs,

LV (0.46kV at no load)- Secondary


a)

Nominal voltage

440V rms

b)

Rated voltage (No load voltage)

As required

c)

One minute power frequency withstand voltage

3kV rms

d)

Rated lightning impulse withstand

20kV peak

e)

System symmetrical short circuit rating

80kA rms for 1 sec

Off-Circuit Tap Changer


A manually operated off-circuit tap changer shall be provided.
Off-circuit tap changer shall be externally, manually operated by operating handle suitable for
operation without the need for any tools. This shall be located outside of the transformer
enclosure and in an easily accessible position.

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The off-circuit tap changer shall meet the following requirement;


The tapping range shall be 5% in 2.5% steps.
The tapping switch shall be positively located in each tap position and shall be lockable only
in those positions. The operating handle shall be provided with padlock facilities to lock the
tap changer in each position.
Mechanical end stops shall be provided.
The operating handle shall be metal and sized to allow operation without the need for any
tools. It shall be located in a directly accessible position (i.e. not requiring the removal of any
covers).
Tap positions shall be clearly marked in line with the data given on the rating plate.
One handle shall operate all phases simultaneously.
6.1.3.3

Core Construction
All steel parts of the clamping structure other than stainless steel parts shall be painted.
All parts of the core shall be of robust design capable of withstanding mechanical shocks.
The bracing of core and winding assembly shall be adequate to prevent any movement
relative to transformer housing assembly during lifting, shipping and transportation and
handling.
All parts of core, frame etc. shall be maintained at earth potential.

6.1.3.4

Thermistor Thermal Protection


One set of PTC (positive temperature coefficient) type thermistor temperature sensors or Pt
100 resistance type temperature detectors shall be installed in the LV windings with one
sensor per phase winding for temperature monitoring. Necessary monitoring system shall be
provided. The scheme shall provide indications, alarms and trip facilities on high temperature.
The monitoring devices shall be located outside of the transformer enclosure.
The thermistors shall be designed and located in such a manner as to avoid transfer of overvoltage to auxiliary or external connections.
The leads of the thermistors shall be brought out to a control box located on the outside of
the transformer enclosure.
The first set of sensors shall be used for control of high temperature warning. One N/O and
one N/C volt-free contact shall be provided for connection to an external alarm circuit.
The second set of sensors shall be used for tripping the transformer secondary supply
(460VAC switchgear incoming ACB). One N/O and one N/C volt-free contact shall be
provided for connection to an external tripping circuit.
Temperature control of cooling fans shall also be provided to start fan automatically when
required.

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Anti-Condensation Heaters
The CONTRACTOR shall provide thermostatically controlled, anti-condensation heaters to be
installed in the transformer enclosure or places where condensation can be expected due to
the environmental conditions. The heater power supply shall be supplied from external
source of 220V AC, 2 phase. The heating system shall be separately protected and switched
for isolation purposes by means of a miniature circuit breaker.

6.1.3.6

HV Cable Connection Box


Terminals shall be clearly marked to identify the phase connections in accordance with the
connection diagram on the rating plate.
HV terminals shall be coloured coded. Colour coding for phase identification shall be as
follows:

Phase L1 = Black

Phase L2 = Brown

Phase L3 = Grey

The main primary cable entry shall be from bottom. Necessary fixings as may be required for
supporting cables shall be provided.
A removable, undrilled gland plate shall be provided at the box suitable for termination of the
incoming cable from the bottom. Ample space shall be provided within the box for termination
of HV cable complete with its terminating kits and stress relief devices as applicable.
Earthing terminals shall be provided for permanent earthing of cable armour etc and for
temporary earthing of windings.
The cable connection box and the undrilled gland plate shall be of non-ferromagnetic type.
All terminals shall be suitable for connection of copper conductors, LSZH type, steel wire
armoured (SWA), XLPE or EPR insulated.
6.1.3.7

LV Terminal Box
Terminals shall be clearly marked to identify the phase connections in accordance with the
connection diagram on the rating plate.
LV terminals shall be coloured coded. Colour coding for phase identification shall be as
follows.

Phase L1 = Black

Phase L2 = Brown

Phase L3 = Grey

Terminals shall be clearly marked to identify the phase connections in accordance with the
connection diagram on the rating plate.
The LV terminal box shall be suitable for bus duct connection. The bus duct entry has yet to
be determined. CONTRACTOR shall liaise with bus duct CONTRACTOR to obtain entry
details.

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Live parts shall be shrouded / insulated.


6.1.3.8

Control Terminations
Wiring from transformer accessories shall be terminated in a terminal box mounted on the
side of the transformer tank with IP56 degree of ingress protection (IEC 60529).
The box shall be complete with rail barrier type terminals suitable for ring lugs. All control
wires, including spares, shall be connected to the terminals.
A separate control terminal box shall be provided for each of the following systems

Current transformers

Fan controls

Other controls

Intrinsically safe controls

When cooling fans are provided, the temperature indication devices and fully automatic
control equipment for the forced air (fan) cooling of the windings including control units,
relays, alarms and trips, shall be provided. Manual control of fans shall also be provided for
maintenance purposes. The control equipment shall be located in the control cabinet.
Volt-free signal contacts, rated 10A at 220V AC and 1A at 24V DC shall be provided for use
as follows:

6.1.3.9

One set of contacts for common winding temperature pre-alarm.

One set of contacts for common winding temperature trip.

One set of contacts for fans running (if applicable).

One set of contacts for common fault.

Trip, alarm and start fans settings shall be separate and adjustable when cooling fans are
provided.

Frame Earthing
Two earthing bosses of M12 shall be provided at diametrically opposite corners of the
transformer base for external earthing connection.

6.1.3.10

Bi-Directional Rollers
The stainless steel transformer enclosure shall be equipped with a heavy duty, rigid steel
base fitted with bi-directional rollers.
The steel bases shall have provision at all four corners for bolting the transformers to the
steel deck.

6.1.4

Other Accessories
The transformer enclosure shall be equipped with lifting facilities.

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Noise
Noise prediction calculation and testing to be in accordance to relevant section of IEC 605348-3 or IEC 60534-8-4.
The noise generated by a transformer installation in indoor area shall not be greater than 60
dBA measured at 1 metre under all operating conditions.

6.2

MATERIALS
Material selection shall be as per CONTRACTOR standard but suitable for this application
and site condition. Aluminium shall not be used for any part of the Transformer.

6.3

DESIGNATION AND NAMEPLATE

6.3.1

Designation
The equipment and components are designated according to the COMPANYs systems and
equipment numbering & tagging. CONTRACTOR shall use the designated numbering if it is
already specified in the Data Sheets/single line diagrams. Where it is not clearly specified,
CONTRACTOR shall follow COMPANYs Guidelines for Equipment Numbering.

6.3.2

Name Plates
The CONTRACTOR shall, at a minimum, provide the following:

One (1) main nameplate per package/skid

One (1) nameplate per equipment within the package/skid

Name plates shall adequately mark the components and shall indicate the following:

Component designation (name and tag number)

Type and size/capacity/ratings

Technical data applicable as per relevant IEC

Design data and applicable codes

Manufacturers name and address

Year of manufacture

ABS/3rd party approvals

Vector symbol

Maximum temperature rise

Design ambient temperature

Tapping arrangements

Primary voltage and current

Secondary voltage and current

Percentage impedances

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Connection diagram

Total weight

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INSPECTION AND TESTING


Inspection and testing requirement shall be in accordance with the applicable datasheets,
specifications, codes and standards.
All testing shall be carried out at the manufacturers test facility. The test equipment shall be
supplied by the manufacturer and shall be calibrated within six month of the test date.
CONTRACTOR shall include an Inspection and Test Plan (ITP) in their Tender documents.
The ITP shall list all inspections and tests proposed for the equipment by the
CONTRACTOR, between the date of ordering and the date of delivery. The plan will be
reviewed and approved to become the approved Inspection and Test Plan for the Project and
form part of the contract documents.
The CONTRACTOR shall be responsible for the planning and execution of all inspections
and tests, but the COMPANYs representative shall have the right to witness any or all of the
manufacturing, inspection or tests.
The CONTRACTOR shall notify the COMPANY, at least fourteen (14) days in advance, of
the date on which any of the inspections or tests nominated as Hold or Witness points on the
ITP are due to be carried out.
Certificates of Test shall be provided for each item of equipment to prove it has been
satisfactorily tested to meet all requirements of its appropriate manufacturing standards,
whether or not witnessed by the COMPANY.
Where appropriate, test certificates shall state values for all test results. Tests for which the
results are indicated as pass or fail shall be qualified by the relevant acceptance criteria.

7.1

TYPE TEST
Type Tests shall be carried out with supervision and certification by a recognized testing
authority. The tests shall comply with the requirements of IEC 60076-10. All tests may be
witnessed by an Inspection Agency and / or COMPANYs representative.
On completion of tests and before dispatch of the transformers from the CONTRACTORs
works, the CONTRACTOR shall supply a full set of test documents to the COMPANY. The
test documents shall include, but not be limited to, all of the test data for the following Type
Tests:

Temperature rise test (one unit of each rating)

Dielectric type tests

Lightning Impulse test (where the standard allows the choice of two impulse levels, these
tests shall be at the lower level)

Measurement of zero sequence impedances

Measurement of sound levels

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Where previous type testing has been completed on equipment of identical design, type test
documentation may be submitted in lieu of performing each of the listed type tests.

7.2

ROUTINE TEST
Prior to delivery, each transformer shall undergo the following routine tests and checks. Tests
shall comply with the requirements of IEC 60076-10. All tests may be witnessed by an
Inspection Agency and / or COMPANYs representative. Full written test reports shall be
submitted to the COMPANY on completion of the tests.

Measurement of winding resistance.

Measurement of voltage ratio (on all taps) and check of voltage vector relationship and
phase displacement.

Measurement of impedance voltage (principle tapping), short circuit impedance and load
loss.

Measurement of no-load loss and current.

Separate source voltage withstand test.

Load losses and impedance voltage measurement

Induced over-voltage withstand test.

Partial discharge tests.

Measurement of insulation resistance to earth of the windings.

Measurement of noise levels at full load.

Verification of all protection devices.

Visual inspection of overall finish, painting, welds, metal works, lifting lugs, terminal
fastening, insulation, terminations, fixings, etc.

Dimensional checks mounting, terminals, leakage paths, centre lines, overall


dimensions and weight.

Check of transformer auxiliaries and accessories against specification requirements


including function testing. Check of the rating plate, nameplate, additional markings and
labels.

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APPENDIX A

EQUIPMENT DATA SHEET

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APPENDIX A: EQUIPMENT DATA SHEET


CONTRACTOR to fill in the attached data sheet and submit with the technical proposal.

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6.6kV/0.46kV Transformer Data Sheet

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