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KTIWAIT OIL COMPAI\'Y (K.S.C.)

STAI\DARDS PUBLICATION

KOC STANDARDFOR
INSTRUMENT INSTALLATION
DOC. NO. KOC.I-OO2

STAIIDARDS TEAM

Rev.2

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KOC STANDARDFOR
INSTRUMENT INSTALLATION

DOC. NO. KOC.I.OO2


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ISSUING AUTHORITY:

STANDARDS TEAM

Task Force

lssued as KOG Standard

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lssedas KOC Standerd

Rev.

Date

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TABLE OF CONTENTS
PAGE N.!).
FOREWORD

r.0

SCOPE

2.0

APPLCATION

3.0

TERMINOLOGY

3.1

3.2

4.0

Definitions
Abbreviations

7
7
8

REFERENCE CODES AND STANDARDS


4.1
4.2

4.3

I
I

Gonflicts
List of Standards and Codes
KOG Standard Drawings

10

5.0

ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITIONS

11

6.0

HEALTH, SAFETY AND ENVIRONMENT

11

7.0

SERVICE CONDITIONS

11

7.1
7.2

8.0

11
11

12

BASIC ENGTNEERING INFORMATION


8.1

8.2

9.0

Gontrol Room Conditions


Corroeive Seryices

Hazardous Area Classification


Hazardous Area Certification and lngress
Protection Req u i rements

12
12

INSTRUMENT INSTALLATION REQUIREMENTS

12

9.1
9.2
9.3
9,4
9.5

12
14

9.6
9.7
9.8
9.9

Instrument Location
Mounting of lnstruments
Special Requirements for lnstallation of Pressure
lnstruments
Special Requirements for lnstallation of
Level lnstruments
special Requirements for lnstallation of Temperature
lnstruments
Special Requirements for lnstallation of Flow lnstruments
Special Requirements for lnstallation of
lnstallation of Field Control Panels and
lnstallation of

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9,10

9.fi
9.12

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lnstallation of Fire and Gas DetectonE


Weatherproofing and Sun Shielding
Lifting Arrangements

22
22
23
23

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23
23
25
26
27
27
29

General
Direct Buried Gables
Gable Troughs
Above Ground Gabling
Segregation and Separation of Cables
Junction Boxes
ldentification and Marking of Cables/Junction Boxes

GLANDNG AND TERMINATIONS


11.1

11.2

12.1

12.2
12.3
12.4
12.5
12.6
12.7

30
30
30

Gland Type
Terminations

12.0 EARTHING

13.0

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INSTRUMENTCABLEINSTALLATION

10.2
10.3
10.4
10.5
10.6
10,7

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SYSTEM

31
31
31

General
Earthing of Field lnstruments
Control Gentre Earthing System
Materials for Earthing
Earthing of lntrinsically Safe (lS) Equipment
Earthing of Go-axial Signal Cables
Earthing of Communication Equipment

33
34
34
35
35
35

INSTRUMENT AIR SYSTEM


13.1

General

13.2
13.3
13.4

lnltrumentAir Header

35
35
36
37

lnstrument Air Distribution


lnstrumentAir Hook-uP

14.0

PROCESS HOOK.UP

38

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I6.0

PREPARATION FOR LINE FLUSHING

39

HEAT TRACING AND I-AGGING

39

17.0

NAMEPLATES AND TAGGING

40

17.1 NamePlate
17.2 Certification Plate
17.3 Equipment and Site Number Tag Plate

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Field Fixed Descriptive Tag Label

41

PAINTING

42

PERFORMANCEREQUIREMENTS

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43

19.2

lnspection and Test Plan


Site Acceptance Test

2O.O

QUALITY ASSURANCE

43

21.0

PACKING, MARKING AND DOCUMENTATION

43

21.1

General

21.2

lnstallation Details and Gertification

43
43

22.0 SPARE PARTS AND MAINTENANCE REQUIREMENTS


23.0 APPENDICES 1 TO 22

45-66

ACKNOWLEDGEMENT

67

LIST OF AMENDMENTS IN REV. I

sr. No

Glause No.

6
7

4.2.1
4.3
7.2.2
9.2.2
e.3.2 (d)
e.4.1 (d)
9.5.1 (a)
9.6.4
9.10
9.5,1 (b)
9.6.3 (a)

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Appendix 6

2
3
4

Appendix

2 I.

Changes
List of Standards Updated
New Standard Drawinqs Added
Reference Standard No. Revised
Clause revised and included KOC Std. Drqs.
KOC Standard Drawing Nos. added for
Reference

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New Clause added


Clause revised
lnstrument Hook-up Drawings Revised to
include draining Facilty and reference
Standard No. Revised

Reference Standard No. Revised

Remarks

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FoREWoRq I 2l
This document "KOG Standard for lnstrument lnstallation" (KOG-|-002 Rev.2) is
intended to provide the general requirements for the installation of field mounted
lnstruments and accessories at KOC Facilities in Kuwait.
The Rev. 1 of this Standard has been amended to include modifications in the lnstrument
Hook-up drawings . The revisions are marked up with I 2 I tor ease of reference.
This revised Standard has been approved by the Standards Team in consultation with the
Standards Technical Committee (STC), for use throughout the corporate Engineering and
operationalfunctions of Kuwait Oil Company (K.S.C.).
This Standard sets outto achieve the following objectives:
a)

To provide technical guidance and establish the base document for proiect
specifications with a view to achieve uniformity, quality, reliability and efficiency in
an economical manner.

b)

to maintain the KOC requirements of safety and protection to plant, personnel


and envronment established by KOC's Fire & Safety Regulation, Health,
Safety & Environment Management System (HSEMS) and Health and
Environment (H&E) Guidelines.

c)

To set out minimum features required for the instrument hook up, earthing and
cable / junction box numbering, typicaldrawings have been included.

Feed back as well as any comments or suggestions derived from the application of this
Standard at any stage of design, installation or operation are invited and should be
directed to:
Team Leader Standards Team
(Chairman, Standards Technical Committee)
lndustrial Services GrouP
Kuwait Oil CompanY
P.O.Box-9758, Ahmadi- 61 008
State of Kuwait

Task Force responsible for this Standard


The revision of this Standard (Rev.2) was entrusted by Standards Technical Committee
to the Task Force (TF-l/09) comprising of the following members: Mr. A.Unnikrishnan

Mr. Hussain Hadi


Mr. Godfrey Saldhana
Mr. Drajat Satriotomo

: Task Force Leader Tel No.61633


Standards Team
Tel No.61025
: Member
Construction
Tel No.22173
Opns.Tech.Svcs.(SK) Team : Member
Tel.No.61727
Member
:
Design

Team
Team

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1.0

scoPE

1.1

This Standard describes the general requirements for the installation of field
mounted lnstruments and accessories at KOC Facilities in Kuwait.

1.2

This Standard also provides the requirements for instrument cabling


and instrument air system.

1.3

The provisions of this Standard shall apply to materials and installation work for
all areas of the Facility, including major and ancillary plant, proprietary equipment
and "packaged units", unless otherwise approved by KOC.

earthing

2.0

APPLICATION

2.1

The installation of instruments and accessories shall fully comply with all the
relevant requirements specified in this Standard and the reference standards /
codes mentioned herein.

2.2

Any exceptions or deviations from this Standard, along with their merits and
justifications, shall be brought to the attention of KOC's Controlling Team for their
review, consideraton and amendment by Standards Team (if required).

2.3

Compliance with this KOC Standard does not of itself confer immunity from legal or
statutory obligations.

3.0

TERMTNOf-OY

3.{

Definitions
Forthe purposes of this Standard, the following definitions apply

3.1.1

ElectricalNoise
Unwanted electrical signals, which produce undesirable effects in the circuits of the
controlsystems in which they occur.

3.1.2

Sulphide Stress Cracking


Brittle failure by cracking under the combined action of tensile stress and conosion
in the Presence of water and HrS.

3.2

Abbreviations

DCS
DP
H&E
HSE

Distributed ControlSYstem

Differential Pressure
Health & Environment
Health, SafetY

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HSEMS

Health, Safety & Environment Management System

H,S

Hydrogen Sulphide

HVAC

Heating, Ventilating and Air Conditioning

IP

lngress Protection

ts

lntrinsically Safe

KOC

Kuwait Oil Company (K.S.C.)

MTO

MaterialTake Off

PPM

Parts Per Million

PVC

Polyvinylchloride

T/C

Thermocouple

UPVC

Unplasticised Poly Vinyl Chloride

4.0
4.1

Conflicts
ln the event of conflict between this Standard and the latest edition of standards /
codes refened herein, or other purchase or contractual requirements, the most
stringent requirement shall apply.

4.2

List of Standards and Codes


lnstruments and accessories shall be installed, inspected and tested except where
otherwise specified, with the current issues and amendments of the applicable
codes, standards and 015 series of KOC specifications, of which the following
are listed:

4.2.1

lnternational/ National Standards I

551
API RP 552

API RP

API RP 554
Part -1

ASTM 4269

Process Measurement lnstrumentation


Transmission SYstems
Process Control Systems
Functional
Functions
Development

and

Specification

and Welded

Standard
Austenitic Stainless

Services

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BS EN 13601

Copper and Copper Alloys - Copper Rod, Bar and


Wire for General Electrical Purposes.

BS EN rSO 5167

Measurement of Fluid Flow by means of Pressure


Circular CrossDifferential Devices inserted
Section Conduits Running Full

Etc-cc1 P/7

lnstrument Cable Numbering and Junction Box

in

ldentification

rEc 60079

Electrical Apparatus for Explosive Gas AtmospheresElectrical lnstallation in Hazardous Areas.

tEc 60529

Degrees
Code )

tso 9000

Quality Management Systems-Fundamentals and


Vocabulary

tso

Quality Management Systems-Req uirements

9001

NACE MR 0175 /
rso 15156

of Protection Provided by Enclosures (

lP

Petroleum and natural Gas lndustries materials for


Use in HrS Containing Environments in Oil and

Gas Production

4.2.2

KOC Standards
KOC-E-004

for

KOC Recommended Practice


Part-l lnstallation and Maintenance

Equipment

in

Hazardous

Selection,
Electrical
Areas: General

of

Requirements
KOC-E-004 Part-Z

Flameproof Enclosure'U"

KOC-E-004 Part-3

lntrinsic Safety "i"

KOC-E-004 Part4

lncreased Safety "e"

KOC-G-002

KOC Standard for Hazardous Area Classification

KOC-G-004

KOC Standard

for

Packing, Marking

and

Documentation
KOC-G-007

KOC Standard for Basic Design Data

KOC-G-009

KOC Standard for SPa re Parts and Maintenance


Data
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KOC Standard for Instrumentation and

KOC-t-001

Control

System Design
KOC-|-010

KOC Standard for Controland Shutdown Valves

KOC-I-o11

KOC Standard for lnstrument Cables

KOC-L-002

KOC Recommended Practice for the Protection of


KOC Services: Clearance Requirement for Buried
Pipelines, cables, Underground Structures, Building
and Housing Projects

KOC Standard for Fire and Gas

KOC-L-006

Detection

Equipment

KOC Standard for Reciprocating Compressor and


Dryer for Plant and lnstrument Air Service (Factory

KOC-ME-o18

Assembled Package Unit)

KOC Standard for Painting and Coating of Metal

KOC-P;OO1

surface-New Construction

General Specification for lnstrument Engineering in


lndustrial Process Plants

KOC-381/029

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4.2.3

015 Series of KOC SPecifcations

015-JH-1903
015-JH-1909
015-JH-1910
015-JH-1911
015-YH-1003
4.3

KOG Standard

General lnstruments
lnstrumentation for Packaged Equipment
Mechanical Completion of lnstrument Systems
Standard Auxiliary Control Room Cabinets
Loss Prevention Requirements

Drawinqs I

2l

15-5-87,88 & 89

Standard Piping & lnstrument Diagram


Standard Symbols & Nomenclature

15-8-15

Standard Pressure Gauge Hook-Up (Remote


Mounted)

15-8-19

Standard Level Transmitter Differential Pressure


Flush Type Hook-UP

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Standard Flow lnstruments Multiple Transmitter


Hook-Up, Gas Service, Transmitter above line

15-8-29

Standard Flow Switch (D.P) Hook-Up

15-8-33

Standard Barstock Thermowells for Temperature


lnstruments or Testing

5.0
5.1

15-8-34

Standard Fusible Plugs Hook-Up

1s-30-109

Standard lnstrument Stand and Shade


Details (Typical)

ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITIONS

The environmental conditions in Kuwait are severe and shall be considered


carefully before selection of materials for installation. The instruments and
accessories for outdoor installation shall be suitable for continuous operation at
a desert location under high ambient temperature and humidity. The
atmosphere shall be considered to be dusty and corrosive and may contain
traces of hydrogen sulphide.

to

5.2

"KOC Standard for Basic Design Data" (KOC-G-007), which provides


the detailed design information regarding the environmental, site and utility
supply conditions prevailing throughout the KOC Facllities.

6.0

HEALTH. SAFETY AND ENVIRONMENT

Refer

All relevant HSE requirements of KOC Fire and Safety Regulations, Health,
Safety & Environment Management System (HSEMS) and Health and
Envirnment (H&E) Guidelines shall be adhered to while installation of
instruments in KOC Facilities.
7.0

SERVICE CONDITIONS

7.1

Control Room Conditions


The control and auxiliary rooms are provided with air-conditioning. However,
the instruments and accessories installed in control / auxiliary rooms are
required to continue operation without failure, without error and without
incurring long or short-term damage to the equipment during the HVAC tlPset
conditio-ns, hen the temperaturJin the room is from 5oC to SOoC (41oF to
122oF\ and the humidity is up to 90% (non-condensing).

7.2

Corrosive Serviceq

7.2.1

General
installed in
shall be

The project sPecification shall state whether the equiP


the eq
a corrosive servicelarea, il
without
s
suitable for oPeration in

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Sulphide Stress Cracking

Considerations

l2l

All wetted parts of instruments/accessories and materials for installation in


hydrocarbon service shall be using materials, manufacturing methods and
testing as per NACE MR0175 / ISO 15156.
NG I NFO-.RMATION

8.0

BASIC ENGI

8.1

Hazardous Area Classification

N E ERI

The general classifications for plant groupings shall be in accordance with the
project drawing(s) entitled 'Area Classification Layout". Any increased hazard
due to the type of equipment being used and/or the method of mounting or
enclosing shall be taken into account while preparing detailed area
classification layout in accordance with KOC Standard for "Hazardous Area
Classification" (KOC-G-002).
8.2

Hazardous Area Certification and lnqress Protection Requirements

8.2.1

All equipment to be installed in a hazardous area shall conform to the relevant


parts of KOC Recommended Practice for "Selection, lnstallation and
Mantenance of Electrical Equipment in Hazardous Areas' (KOC-E-004).

8.2.2

The eguipment to be installed in a hazardous area shall be certified for use in


list of
those ras by a testing authority of an international recognition
given
in
KOC-E-004
are
to
KOC
testing and crtirying agencies acceptable

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8.2.3

8.2.4

8.2.5

The copies of relevant hazardous area certification documents shall be


submitted for KOC review and approval prior to installation of materials.

All instruments, Junction boxes and accessories to be installed in outdoor areas


shall be protected against ingress of water and dust to a minimum of lP 65 in
accordance with IEC 60529.

All instruments, Junction boxes and accessories to be installed inside control


rooms, auxiliary rooms, substations and other areas, where HVAC system is
prouiO0, shall ave an ingress protection of minimum lP 42 in accordance with
lEc 60529.

9.0

INSTRUMENT INSTALI.ATION REQUIREMENTS

Ll

lnstrument Locatlo!!

9.1.1

drawings
lnstruments shalt be located in accordance with the instrument location
for operation and
approved by KOC, such that they shall be easily
maintenance.

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9.1.2

lnstruments shall be located away from sources of vibration, potential fire risk
areas, hot environments, potential spillage areas, process vents and drains.

9.1.3

Sufficient clearance shall be provided for access and removal of the instruments.
They shall not infringe upon the walkways or obstruct access to stairs, ladders,
other instruments or equipment. In any case the minimum clearance shall not be
less than 1000 mm.

9.1.4

All instruments and accessories including junction boxes, control equipment,


thermowells, orifice plates, sample points, instrument vent / drains etc. shall be
easily accessible from grade, permanent platforms, stairways or ladders, without
the need to use temporary platforms or ladders.

9.1.5

lndicating instruments shall be located at an elevation between 1400 mm and


1600 mm from grade, fixed walkway or platform.

9.1.6

lndicators shall be readily visible from operating positions under the normal
(natural or artificial) lighting levels at the location. Special attention shall be given
to the readability of liquid crystal displays (LGD's).

9.1.7

Non-indicating instruments may be located at higher levels if required, within the


"restriction on access " as specified in clause 9.1.4 of this Standard.

9.1.8

The following provisions shall be made while installing process indicators for
shutdown instruments:
a)

A local read-out instrument shall be provided adjacent to all

shutdown

instruments.
b)

c)

9.1.9

Process level, temperature and pressure instruments providing signals


from which shutdown inputs are derived, shall have their measurement
duplicated by a direct reading gauge mounted close to the transmitter or
switch and having an independent tapping into the process.

Flow measurements, high temperature measurements and

other
gauge
not
is
local
reading
a
direct
of
measurements where the application
practical, shall be provided with an indicator displaying a Distributed
bontrol System (DCS) re-transmitted output. The indication shall not be
derived from the shutdown instrument. lndicators integral with the control
transmitter or field series connected mA indicators are not acceptable for
this local indication.

The location of instrument impulse pipe runs, vents and cable trays shall not
obstruct access, walkways or plant, which may require regular attention.
Instruments, accessories, their tray work, connecting tubing etc. shall not infringe
on the plant headroom/clearance requirements listed below:

a)
b)

Over clearways for mobile equipment - 4500 mm.

Overaccess roads and

for heavy equip


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c)
d)

Rev.2

Over walkways and platforms - 2100 mm.

Horizontalclearance of 1000 mm around machinery

9.2

Mountinq of lnstruments

9.2.1

All instruments shall be mounted and orientated in

accordance with the

manufacturer's instructions and the various stipulations in this Standard.


9.2.2

lnstruments shall normally be bracket or Stanchion mounted. Unless otherwise


approved by KOC, the brackets and accessories shall be of stainless steel and
the stanchions shall be of Gl construction. For typical arrangement refer KOC
Standard Drawing No.

15-30-109. l2l

9.2.3

All instruments shall be mounted high enough above grade or platform level to
enable cabling access and to avoid impingement by rain splash and build-up of
windblown solids. lnstrument mountings less than 600 mm above grade or
platform shall be subject to KOC approval.

9.2.4

It shall be ensured that the manufacture/s instrument data plates shall be visible
after assernbly/mounting and zerolspan adjustment shall be possible without
demounting any part of the instrument system.

9.2.5

lnstruments shall not be supported by process lines, unless specifically designed


for direct mounting and capable of withstanding line vibrations.

9.2.6

The alignment of opposite side flanges/connections of pipe systems for direct


mounted instruments shall be carefully checked before installation. No pipe
stresses shall be transferred to the instrument. The pipe supporting
arrangements shall be designed to avoid the transfer of thermal or relief stresses
to the instrument.

9.2.7
9.2.8

9.2.9

9.2.10

lnstruments shall not be supported on handrails.


lnstruments shall not be mounted, where the effluent from steam traps / vent or
drain, drips from gutter / roofing can affect the performance or appearance of the
installation.
lnstrument connections specified with purge, seal or flushing systems shall be
ppeO in such a manner that the clean fluid (compatible with the process fluid) is
vailable when the main fluid is offline. Purge flow shall be controlled, indicated
and alarmed unless otherwise approved by KOC'
Adequate means sha ll be provided for the safe and efficient disposal of materials
from all instrument d rains and vents. Drain effluent, which may be iniurious to
to a suitable
health, shall be PiPed to a sealed drain and the vents shall be routed
trap and disposal sYstem.

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9.3

Special Rgquirements for Installation of Pressure lnstruments

9.3.1

General
a)

Pressure instruments shall

be installed in

accordance with the

manufacturer's instructions and KOC approved drawings.

9.3.2

9.3.3

b)

Manifold vents and drains shall be piped to a safe place or disposal


system except for instruments in non-hazardous service such as lowpressure, non-toxic and non-flammable fluids.

c)

For typical hook-up details of pressure instruments, refer to Appendices


to 4 of this Standard.

Pressure Gauges
a)

Pressure gauges up to and including 150 mm dial size may be close


coupled and supported by their own connections, provided that the hookup is composed of direct % n. tpt screwed fittings.

b)

Pressure gauges shall be installed so that their blow-out protectors are


not obstructed. Protectors shall face away from the operator, walkways
etc.

c)

Gauges for hot process fluids with temperature close to their vaporising
poin{ shall have orifice restrictors built into the hook-up for safety /
protection in the case of a failure of the instrument or hook-up. Where a
iestriction orifice plate is fitted, it shall be between flanges immediately
downstream of the main isolation valve.

d)

For typical hook-up details of pressure gauge, refer to Appendix 5 of this


Standard and KOC Standard Drg.

No'15-8-15. l2l

Gauge Boards
Gauges shall be fitted in groups on gauge boards whenever conditions permit.
Thelauges shall be clearly identified with service(s), fluid(s) and tag number(s).

9.3.4

Valves and Manifolds


a)

Each direct pressure instrument shall have an individual two-valve


manifold. A five-valve manifold shall be used for DP application.
Shutdown manifolds shall be clearly identified
handles shall be removed.

b)

/ labelled

and their valve

The transmitter air signal output piping from "pneumatic transmitters"


of
shall be provided with a valve and Plugged "Teet'
calibration gauge.

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Condensing Service
On condensing service, local indicators shall be incorporated with a condensate
seal. Means shall be provided to fill the leg with the correct process fluid prior to
start-up.

9.3.6

Long lmpulse Tube Runs

Where a pressure instrument is mounted at a distance exceeding 2500 mm


from the primary block valve, or where the primary block valve is not accessible
from the same operating level as the instrument, an additional block valve shall
be installed adjacent to the instrument. The block valve and connecting piping
shall be of line class,

9.3.7

Chemical Seals

Where chemical seals are used, a full-bore drip ring shall be installed between
the piping valve and the seal. Valved test and drain fluid connections and
balance lines (for DP service) shall be tapped into the drip ring as necessary.

9.4

Special Reguirements for lnstallation of Level lnstruments

9.4.1

General
a)

The level instruments shall be installed in accordance with the KOC


approved drawings and manufacturer's installation instructions with
special attentions on shipping restrants, protection of floats and
displacers, lighting etc.

9.4.2

b)

Level instrument chambers shall be flanged type with the flange rating to
match the vessel rating with a minimum of 300 lbs. The type of gasket
and face finish shall match the line specification.

c)

Connections shall be direct to the vesselfor each instrument. Standpipes


may be used to avoid multiple vessel penetrations wth pror approval
from KOC, when their use do not impede on access, walkway clearance
etc., except for "ESD" applications.

d)

For typical hook-up details of level instrument, refer to Appendices 6 to


I
of this Standard and KOC Standard Drg. No.

15-8-19.

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AccessibilitY
a)

Each level instrument shall be fixed in such a way that it could be taken
out for maintenance without shutting down/draining the vessel.

b)

Level instruments shall be installed

to have

unrestricted space to facilitate the removal of the


such as displacers

sufficient

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9.4.3

9.4.4

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Visibility

a)

Gauges shall be readable throughout their range from the grade or from
the access platforms.

b)

ln applications where a liquid level is regulated by a controlvalve, the level


indicator should be clearly visible from the control valve location to permit
manual control, when required.

c)

General site lighting shall be arranged so as to allow any level within the
range of the gauge to be seen at all times. lntegral illuminators shall be
provided for through vision gauges.

Level Coordination Sketches

The completed installation shall be in conformance to the KOC approved level


coordination sketches. Particular attention shall be given for the verification of the
following:

a)
b)
c)
d)
e)
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9.4.5

9.4.6

Key dimensions of vessels.


lnstrument type and rating.
Connection type, size and rating.
Span or visible length related to a common point on the vessel.

Calibrated range.
Normal, alarm and ESD levels:

Level lnstrument for Emergency Shutdown Systems

a)

Level instruments providing signals 1o slutdown system shall have their


tappings independent of those provided for other process functions.

b)

The level switches (High-High & Low-Low) shall be independent of each


other unless othenryise specified / approved by KOC.

External Chambers
a)

Floats and displacers shatl be mounted in extemal chambers with flanged


connections to the vesselor bridle.

b)

ln cases where an i nternal-mounted float or displacer arrangement has

been specificallY aPProved bY KOC, it shall be mounted inside an internal


retrieval of
chamber, which shall include provision for the retention
detached floats or disPlacers.

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Vents and Drains


Special attention shall be paid to the relatively high volume drain fluids from level
instruments. Drain effluent, which may be injurious to health, shall be piped to
safe locations. For high pressure or flashing service, restriction orifices shall be
provided to minimise danger to personnel and prevent damage to the instrument
caused by rapid contents change.

9.4.8

Hazardous Process Fluids

Where level instruments are to be instalted in a service specified as "hazardous"


due to the toxicity, flammability or extreme pressure of fluids in the system,
specific measures shall be taken to minimise any emission caused by damage
to the level installation by providing closed coupled instruments; providing
additional metal sheeting to avoid externaldamage to instruments etc.
9.4.9

Tank Level Metering

All internally mounted devices such as floats and displacers shall be installed in
stilling welts and shall be removable without draining the tank. Retention and
retrieval devices shall be installed in case of detachment of the float or
displacer.
9.4.10

Test Filling Connections


When a level instrument is installed with the lower tapping connection above the
normal liquid level (e.g., highlevel switch), facilities shall be provided to enable
connection of a filling liquid for level instrument testing purposes.

9.5

Special Requirements for lnstaltation of Temperature lnstruments

9.5.1

General
a)

Sensors mounted in thermowells shall be in proper thermal contact with


the thermowell. Refer KOC Standard Drg. No. 15-8-33 for minimum
I
immersion lengths required for proper thermal

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contact.

b)

Where, Temperature lnstruments are to be installed on pipes.below.4"


dia, that pari of pipe shall be suitably enlarged to 4" to facilitate the

instrumentinstallation. l2l

c)

Where capillary systems are to be used, it shall be continuously


supported and protected, with any excess length neatly coiled on q
former. The installation shalt not introduce any errors in the calibrated
instrument.

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9.5.2

Rev.2

Clearance for Maintenance


All thermowells shall be installed in positions such that the element and head can
be withdrawn without removing other equipment. Sufficient cable slack (a
minimum of 600 mm) shall be allowed for the removal of the instrument from the
pocket.

9.5.3

lnstallationWithoutThermowell
mount a temperature-sensing device in a
into a process fluid without a pocket,
and
is
to
be
installed
thermowell,
prior approvalshall be taken from KOC.

it is not practical to

a)

Where

b)

Such installations shall be clearly labelled by use of a screwed-on label at


the instrument, to warn the maintenance personnelthat no thermowell has
been installed and the line need to be depressurised before removal of
sensor.

9.6

Special Requirements for lnstellation of Flow lnstruments

9.6.1

Orifice Plate lnstallation

a)
b)

Spare tappings on orifice flanges shall be plugged.

During final installation after flushing, orifice plates shall be inspected to


ensure the following:

i.

correct plate has been fitted by confirming the tag number and the
bore size compared with the calculation sheet;

i.

correct marking (especially with regard

to

correct direction of

entrance);

no damage to orifice bore or entrance form;

iv.
v.
vi.

correct positioning of drain/vent hole for gas and liquids, respectively;


concentricity with the pipe in the installed position;

the upstream and downstream straight runs shall be checked

in

accordance with BS EN ISO 5167.

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DifferentialPressure(DP)lnstrumentlnstallations
a)

A five-valve manifold shall be provided for all differential pressure


instruments.

b)

lnstruments on shutdown service shall have their manifold valve handles


removed.

c)

lnstruments on toxic, high-pressure or flammable service shall have their


manifold vents and drains piped to a closed header.

d)

Process line tappings shall be fitted with line class isolating valves of
rodable type. lnstruments shall be close coupled whenever possible.

e)

The use of condensate seal pots and vent chambers shall be minimised
by use of respective elevations of the tappings and the instrument, to
provide self-draining for dry gases and self-ventingrllrret leg filling for
liquids and condensates.

f)

The sections of the pipe in which the orifices are mounted shall be
cylindrical, smooth and free from splatter, burn and scale.

s)

9.6.3

9.6.4

The welded joint between the pipe and orifice flange shall be square,
concentric and free from undercut. Allexcessive metal projection shall be
removed by grinding after the flanges are installed.

Variable Area Meters

t2t

a)

Variable Area (VA) meters shall be installed truly vertical and be located
with sufficient clearance to permit tube / float removal.

b)

The piping and block and bypass valves shall be arranged to have

c)

Fluids which may contain solids shall be adequately filtered upstream of


the VA meters.

sufficient space for float and tube removal. Special precautions shall be
taken to ensure that there are no extra stresses due to misalignment on
glass tube meters.

For typical hook-up details of flow instrument, refer to Appendices 9 to 16 of this


Standard and KOC Standard Drg. Nos'15-8-28 &

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9.7

Soecial Reouirements for lnstallation of Control Valves

9.7.1

Locations

9.7.2

9.7.3

Rev.2

a)

Control valves shall be so located that they are readily accessible from
the grade or from a fixed platform for hand operation and maintenance.
Clearance shall be provided above and below control valves, to facilitate
the removal of bottom flange and plug, without removal of valve body
from the pipeline.

b)

Control valves for flammable fluids shall not be located adjacent to hot
equipment. The location shallbe approved by KOC.

c)

Control valves for fuel supplies to large multi-burner fired heaters shall be
at least 15 metres away from the burners, to avoid flashback during
maintenance.

Orientation
a)

Control valves shall be installed in such a way that the stem is truly
vertical. ln special cases where this is not possible, valves shall be
installed in other orientations, as recommended by the manufacturer with
prior approval from KOC.

b)

Actuators for butterfly valves shall always be installed with the actuator
shaft vertical.

tndicators for Valve Bypass Manual Control


Local indicators provided for controlvalve bypass operation shall be visible from
the valve hand wheel operating position.

9.8

lnstallation of Field Gontrol Panelq and lndication Panels

9.8.1

Locations

a)
'

An unobstructed passageway of at least 1500 mm shall be provided in


front of the panels. A minimum clearance of 1000 mm shall be provided
for rear access wherever required. All visual and operator accessible
instruments shall be within the ranges of 1400 mm to 1600 mm from the
standing Platform level.

b)

panels shall be mounted as far as possible from the sources of harmful


matter and vibration.

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Visibility

a)

Control panels shall be installed in the truly vertical position. They shall be
installed in the best position to make use of ambient light while minimising
the effect of glare, and shall be adequately lit for night use by general or
specific illuminators.

b)

The panel instruments, lights and annunciators shall be clearly visible to


the operator under all possible lighting conditions.

lnstallation of Analvses
lnstallation of analysers and sampling systems shall be in accordance with the
detailed instructions and special requirements of the Manufacturer, with the
minimum standards of construction and materials being not less than those
stated within this Standard.

9.10

lnstallation of ,Fire and Gas Detectors


lnstallation of various types of heat, smoke, flame, combustible / toxic gas,
detectors shall be in accordance with the manufactureCs instructions and as per
the instrument location / mounting detail drawings approved by KOC. For details
on Fire and Gas Detection equipment refer to "KOC Standard for Fire and Gas
Detection Equipment' (KOC-L-006) and for location of Fire and Gas Detectors
refer to 015 Series of KOC Specification "Loss Prevention Requirements" (015YH-1003). For typical details of Fusible Plugs Hook-Up, KOC Standard Drawing
I
No. 15-8-34 shall be referred

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9.11

Weatherproofinq and Sun Shieldinq

9.11.1

All instruments, control items, junction boxes and enclosures shall be protected

9.11.2

The sun shields shall be made out of strong, lightweight, non-flammable and

from direct exposure to the sun by use of individual or group sun shields.

non'conodible material.
9.11.3

The shielding shall limit the temperature of the instrument within the maximum
design temperature at which the instrument will operate to the required accuracy,
or 55oG (131oF), whichever is lower.

9.11.4

lndicators shall be positioned or shielded in such a way that direct windblown


sand cannot damage or obscure the dial.

9.11.5

For typical details of sun shades, KOC Standard Drawing "Standard lnstrument
Stand and Shade Details" (15-30-109) shall be referred.

9.11,6

in such a way
s beyond the

Shelters used for shielding a group of instrument shall be


that there shall be no increase to the hazardous
\+
instrument's certification.
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Liftinq ArranEements
Permanent facilities for lifting of heavy instruments shall be provided, wherever
such items are not accessible by use of mobile equipment.

10.0

INSTRUMENTCABLEINSTALLATION

r0.1

eneral

10.1.1

lnstrument cabtes shall be installed in direct buried underground trenches or


built in concrete troughs or run above ground through suitable trays/ supports,
as detailed in the cable layout drawings.

10.1.2

Above ground cable routes shall be avoided in the following cases unless
otherwise approved by KOC:
a)

Areas vulnerable to mechanical damage or presence of conosive or


solvent agents.

b)

High-fire risk areas such as heaters, furnaces, heat exchangers, hot


pumps, crane loading and lifting areas etc.

10.1.3

Where cables are exposed to possible physical damage, trays with covers shall
be used.

10.1.4

Redundant channels of voting systems, which form part of an emergency


shutdown, or other safety systems shall be routed via different cables and by
separate routes.

10.1.5

Where bund walls are provided around tanks or equipment to retain spillage, the
cable riser from belowground shall start outside the bund wall; and the cables
shall be routed to the instruments using aboveground cable trays.

10.2

Direct Buried Cables

10.2.1

General
a)

b)

Necessary permits shall be obtained before excavation of cable trench,


after takirg all precautions as required by KOC Fire and Safety
Regulations.

Where cables are to be laid in plant areas, or within three (3) metres of
out
other known or suspected cables or pipes, excavation shall be carried
by hand.

c)

Trenches shall be cut to specified dimensions, as straight as possible,


with firm sides and levelbase

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A layer of sifted sand not less than 75 mm deep shall be laid and
compacted to form a cable bed.

10.2.2

Laying of Cables

a)

Cables shall wherever possible be laid in one continuous length without


joints. For longer runs, the number of junction boxes for joints shall be
kept to a minimum.

b)

Accurate site measurements shall be taken before cutting cable from


drums to avoid wastage.

c)

lnsulation resistance and continuity checks shall be carried out prior to


cable pulling from the drum and after cable laying.

d)

Adequate care shall be taken during pulling and laying of cables, to avoid
damage to the cable intemally, the sheath or the serving.

e)

The number of cables to be laid in a trench with their arrangements shall


be approved before pulling. Normally, not more than two layers of cables
shall be laid and each layer shall be at least 75 mm apart.

f)

Cable ends shall be sealed with PVC tape as soon as the cable has
been cut or provided with cable caps.

s)

Cables laid in the ground shall be fitted with approved type noncorrodible stainless steel identification tags every 30 metres and at
bends. Each tag shall be positioned below a cable marker for easy
identification.

h)

The first 100 mm of backfill shall be sifted sand, well compacted and
levelled.

i)

i)

k)

Cable tiles of an approved type inscribed in Arabic and English shall be


laid over the first 100 mm of compacted sand, the tiles being carefully
centred and interlocked and of width sufficient to provide a minimum
coverage of 50 mm beyond cable edges.
Excavated sand or soil may be used for backfilling over cable tiles after
removal of stones, provided that "Gatch" is not used and that the soil is
not contaminated. The backfillshall be firmly compacted in layers.
Gable markers of an approved type shall be installed every 30 metres
along buried cable routes and at every change of direction.

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Cable markers used for cables laid inside GC/BS/other Facilities shall be

of KOC approved type, made of concrete blocks extending 100 mm


above ground level, embedded with stainless steel plates provided with
red coloured inscription in Arabic and English "Danger-Cables".

m)

Cable markers used for cables laid outside GC/BS/other Facilities shall
be of KOC approved type, made of structural steel, with a minimum one
(1) metre height provided with inscription in Arabic and English "DangerCables".

10.2.3

Cable Ducts
a)

Ducts shall be installed for cables under buildings and roads or wherever
required for other load-bearing applications.

b)

Ducts shall be of UPVC pipes encased n not less than 75 mm thick


reinforced concrete.

c)

Pipes (UPVC) for road crossing shall be 150 mm diameter as a


minimum.

d)

Cable ducts shall be designed with number of spare ways as indicated in


KOC approved drawings, with 50% spare ways as a minimum.

e)

After installation, pipes shall be cleaned and a galvanized steel draw wire
shallbe laid in each Pipe.

Where cables are not immediately pulled into ducts each unused pipe
shall be sealed at both ends with KOC approved cable duct sealant.

10.3

Gable Troushs

10.9.1

Cable troughs shall normally be used in built-up areas, where a large numbers
of cables are to be run.

10.3.2

Reinforced concrete shall be used for the walls and base of cable troughs.

10.3.3

Troughs shall be filled with sifted sand unless otherwise approved by KOC.

10.3.4

Reinforced concrete covers shall be fitted over all cable troughs, the covers
being designed to prevent lateralmovement.

10.3.5

The covers shall have lifting facilities, and shall be made of adequate strength to
withstand the maximum anticipated live load.

10.3.6

After installation, all covers shall be fit close together, and where specified, shall
ingress of
be effectively sealed with KOC approved compound to Prevent
debris and vermin.

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10.4

Above Ground Gabling

10.4.'l

A group of cables, to be laid above ground shall be supported on approved type


cable trays and ladder racks. Individual cables shall normally be cleated direct
to supporting structures.

10.4.2

The trays/racks shall be made of heavyduty hot-dipped galvanised steel, and


shall be coated with KOC approved anti-corrosive material at locations where
corrosive fluids are present.

10.4.3

The cable trays shall be supported by heavy-duty brackets attached to structural


steelwork or concrete, designed to take at least 200o/o of the anticipated cable
weight including spare cables.

10.4.4

The tray shall be arranged in such a way that it is not required to be moved in
order to maintain equipment, service instruments, motors etc.

10.4.5

Cable trays shall be provided with raised edges each side and shall be supplied
with a full range of fittings for joints, tees, splitters, bends and elbows.

10.4.6

The cable trays shall be sized to accommodate for 100% spare cables on main
routes, 50% spare on branch routes and 50% spare on trays to individual
equipment with a minimum space to accommodate at least one (1) spare cable.

10.4.7

All cable trays shall be bonded to the nearby "safety earth" collecting point.

10.4.8

Cable trays and hardware used for tray installation shall be smooth and free
from sharp edges.

10.4.9

Cables shall be protected from the direct sun by suitable routing and solar
shields, without restricting the ventilations.

10.4.10 Where multicore cables pass from one area to another the transit should be
sealed. This is of particular importance where the dividing wall separates a
hazardous area from a non-hazardous area, different hazardous aea zone
rating, or where the dividing wall is of a specified fire rating'
1A.4.11

Cables shall not be laid more than two layers deep on any tray, unless
specifically approved bY KOC.

10.4.12

Non-corrodible stainless steel identification labels shall be fitted to all cables,


adjacent to each termination and at regular intervals along cable lengths to
enable tracing of the routing.

by
10.4.13 Cables shall not be laid in radius tess than the bending radius recommended
the manufacturer's at the prevailing temperatures'

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10.5

Seqresation and Separation of Gables

10.5.1

The segregation of types and levels of signals shall be adhered to in all cases,
including field-installed or packaged equipment as follows:
a)

Emergency shutdown (ESD) signal cables shall be segregated from all


others.

b)

Fire and gas signalcables shall be segregated from all others

c)

Cables for solenods shall be segregated from other instrument signal


cables.

10.5.2

d)

Low voltage (<48 V DC) and low cunent (<150 mA) signal cables shall
be segregated from all other signals.

e)

lntrinsically Safe (lS) signal cable shall be segregated from systems of


other protection types.

AC & DC signalcables shall be segregated from each other.

t data highway cables shall not be laid in the same trench / trays as
power cables, unless otherwise approved by KOC. The minimum

lnstrument

that of

separation between instrument and power cables shall be as follows:

PowertGontrol Gable

A
A
44OV or 200 A
5 kV or 500 A

Rating

250 mm
500 mm
750 mm
1250 mm
2000 mm

125V or 10
250 V or 50

11133 kV or 800

lnstrument Cable Separation

signal and power cables should be so


arranged to cross at right angles. Separation shall be maintained by positive
mean in accordance with clause 10.5-2 of this Standard.

10.5.3 When a cross over is unavoidable,

10.S.4

A minimum clearance of two (2) metres shall be provided between any electrical
noise generating equipment and signalcable.

10.5.5

of cables to be used for various applications, refer to "KOC


For deta1s on type
'lnstrument
for

Standard for

Cables" (KOC--011) and 'KOC Standard

tnstrumentation and Control System Design" (KOC-|-001)'

10.6

Junction Boxes
certifications and ingress protectio
junction boxes shall be in line with the requirements

10.6.1 The hazardous aea


Standard

requirement for
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lncreased safety (Ex "e") certified junction boxes shall be of 316 stainless steel
construction, with removable gland plates at the sides and bottom. A fully
detachable hinged lid shall be provided, retained by captive stainless steel
hexagon

ffip screws.

10.6.3

The boxes shall be suitably sized for ease of access, and shall be equipped with
sufficient terminals for the termination of all cores of the multicore cables,
including all spare cores and telemetry cores. An additlonal 25% of terminals
shall be fitted in excess of the above requirement.

10.6.4

Field instruments shall be connected to segregated local junction boxes unless


direct connection to the control room marshalling boxes / system cabinets is
specifically called for in the project specification or approved by KOC.

10.6.5

The field junction boxes shall be connected back to the control room by multicore
cables.

10.6.6

The terminals in the junction boxes shall be suitably sized for the cable cores, but
not smaller than Klippon type SAK 2.5 or equivalent.

10.6.7

The junction boxes shall be provided with an isolated screen earth bar sufficient
to terminate the screens of all incoming cables, plus 25% space for future use.

10.6.8

Each junction box shall have 20% spare entries for field cables and a spare entry
for each size of multicore cable entering the box. ln cases where allthe multicore
cables are of the same size, two spare entries of the common size shall be
provided.

10.6.9

Allspare entries shall be fitted with certified sealing plugs.

10.6.10 Junction boxes for


plated for lS circuits.
10.6.11

lS circuits shall be equipped with blue terminals suitably

All boxes shall have a stainless steel label bearing the junction box reference
number and description. ln additon, lS boxes shall have a bolted-on blue
enamelled stainless steelplate engraved "Contains lntrinsically Safe Circuits"'

10.6.12

For details of junction box/cable core spare capacity etc. refer to "KOC Standard
for lnstrumentation and Control System Design" (KOC-|-001).

10.6.13

Junction boxes shall not be shared between major independently operable units.

10.6.14 Separate junction boxes shall be provided for intrinsically safe, non-intrinsically
saie, shutown, F&G circuits etc. and shall be clearly identified showing the type
of signals it carries for ease of maintenance.

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10.7

lGntification and M3tkinq of Gables/Ju.nction Boxes

10.7.1

The system for identifying cables and junction boxes shall be in line with the
requirements of EIC specification CC1 Pn, with cable and junction box
designations as follows:

Analogue (Process)

JBP (A)

Digital (Process)

JBP (D)

Solenoid (Process)

JBP (S)

Field Bus (Process)

JBP (F)

Analogue (ESD)

JBS (A)

Digital (ESD)

JBS (D)

Solenoid (ESD)

JBS (S)

Field Bus (ESD)

JBS (F)

Analogue (Fire&Gas)

JBF (A)

Digital (Fire&Gas)

JBF (D)

llloes.'

i.

Junction Boxes for "lS" Service shall have designation label in "LIGHT
BLUE'colour.

i.

Junction Boxes

for *F&G' Service shall have designation label in

"ORANGE" colour-

i.

iv.

Junction Boxes for "ESD" shall have designation label in "RED" colour.
Junction Boxes carrylng Signal/ Power Supply other ran VIV DC I +2O mA
48 V
shall be marked wtth the respec{ive voltage level (ex.: 110 V AC, 110 V DC'
DC, etc.)

10.7.2 The cable

a)
b)

core connections shall be sleeved as follows:

Terminal number and strip number'


Cable/core number as shown on the wiring diag
provided with "source"

shallbe

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lnstrument tag number (at the JB end of field instrument cables).

10.7.3 For typical details of instrument cable / junction box

identification, refer to

Appendix 21 of this Standard.

11.0

GLANDING AND TERMI|AT|O,|S

11.1

Gland Tvpe

11.1.1

Cable glands used for hazardous areas and all outdoor application in GG/BS etc.
shall be of brass material, metric sized, lP 65 rated, Ex'd'certified and fitted wth
a PVC shroud and earth tag unless othenrise approved by KOC.

11.1.2

Cable Entries
a)

Cable entries shall be either from the bottom or from the sides of
instrument cases and junction boxes. Cables from field instrument, shall
be glanded in the sides of the iunction boxes and multi-core outgoing
cables shall be glanded in the base.

b)

Cable entry from the top of junction box is not permitted.

c)

A loop shall be provided for all single-pair cables at the instrument, neatly
tied and retained, to allow for future remaking of the connection.

d)

Whenever a connection is to be made to a measuring element, which has


to be withdrawn (e.g., thermocouple), sufficient length of lead shall be
allowed for the element to be withdrawn without electrical disconnection.
The minimum additional length for this purpose shall be 600 mm.

e)

The termination of lead-sheathed cables shall be by use of a gland,


designed for lead-sheathed cables. These shall be properly clamped on
structural supports so that undue strain is not placed on the junction boxes
or cable neck.

11.2

Terminations

11.2.1

Allterminations shall be made with approved tools. Where stranded conductors


are to be used, crimped type termination shallbe employed-

11.2.2

The individual conductors, their individual and common screens, conducting

11.2.3

All instrument cabling and wiring shall be permanently identified. lt shall be

11.2.4

Terminal Blocks shall be non-hygroscopic type.

sheaths and armouring shall be electrically continuous throughout the cable run'
marked at alljunctions and terminals. Alljunction boxes shall be labelled'

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Terminals shall be either tinned or silver plated.

11.2.6 Where mineral insulated copper sheathed cables are cut, they shall

be

immediately and effectively sealed.

11.2.7 When screened cables are to be connected via terminal

blocks, the screens


jointed
by bridged insulated terminals provided for the purpose.
shall be

11.2.8

Sufficient slack shall be left neatly at the terminal to remake the connection

11.2.9 Only one core is allowed per terminal. Bridging pieces shall be used

for

interconnections.

11.2.10 The following types of terminals shall be used for termination of instrument
cables in the control room side:
a)

All the analogue signal cables shall be provided with "disconnect type"
terminals.

b)

All the digital signal cables shall be provided with "fused" terminals with
appropriately rated fuses to suit the application.

12.0

EARTHING SYSTEM

12.1

General

12.1.1

All instruments including accessories, enclosures, cable armours, lead sheath,


screening etc. shall be earthed to ensure;

a)
b)
c)
12.1.2

protection of personnel and plant;


maintenance of signal integrity;
provision of a signal reference point where necessary.

The earthing of instruments and accessories in hazardous areas shall be in


accordance with the relevant parts of IEC 60079.

12.2

Earthins of Field lnstruments

12.2.1

Earthing Types

Earthing systems shall be segregated between the "safety Earth" requirements


of the irstrument casings / Cable armour etc., which is provided for electrical
safety and the "clean Earth" requirements for signal integrity.

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Safety Earth

a)

All installation hardware shall be made electrically continuous to earth.

b)

Cable armours shall be earthed via the earth stud at the junction box end
and by earth tag plates at the instrument end.

c)

All component pieces of cable tray, supports and other items through
which electrical, lightning or static current could flow under fault
conditions shall be made electrically continuous to the nearby safety
earth collecting point.

d)

Cable trays shall be made intermittent (with gaps or insulating


connectors) to avoid long continuous runs of tray, which may be
susceptible to induced current. No individual trays shall be continuous for
more than 30 metres.

12.2.3

e)

All instrument casings, local panels and other control items shall

Where an instrument is not available with a dedicated earth screw or


earthing provision, consideration shall be given to the use of mounting
bolts, clamps or other suitable provision for earthing.

be
made electrically continuous to earth. This shall include items sucfi as
removable metal doors, internal instrument casings etc.

Clean Earth
At the instrument end of the cable, the screen tapes shall be cut back from the
bedding or bundles to ensure electrical isolation. The screen shall then be
made lectrically continuous through all junction boxes (via isolated screen
bars) to the isolated "panel reference clean earth" bar in the control room (shall
be connected to earth at only one end, which is at Gontrol Room).

12.2.4

Safe Earth Collecting Points

a)

For earthing purposes, the plant shall be divided into areas. Each area
shall be allcated an area earth point, which shall be connected to the
main plant earth using green / yellow insulated conductors of size not
tess than 70 mm'.

b)

The earth points of all instruments, junction boxe9, field panels and other
accessories shall be connected to the nearest "safety Earth Collecting
point" on a ring main basis using green / yellow insulated conductors.
The cable szelhall be a minimum oJ 2.5 mm'if the loop includes only
instruments, or a minimum of 6 mm2 where junction boxes' panels etc
are included.

c)

Spur connections to indiv idual instruments are


not
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d)

Page 33 of 68

Where intermediate earth collecting points are installed, the conductor


size to the Area Earth Point shall be a minimum of 10 mm'.

12.3

Control Centre EarthinqSvstem

12.3.1

General

12.3.2

Rev.2

a)

Earthing connections and bonds, which are required for equipment and
systems within each control centre shall be segregated, insulated and
connected to the plant or area main earth electrode.

b)

Direct connection shall be made from each individual item of equipment


to an intermediate earth bar, or to the main earth electrode system as
appropriate.

c)

For typical details of control centre earthing system, refer to Appendix 22


of this Standard.

Panel Safety Earth Bar


a)

A "panel safety earth baf'shall be provided in each marshalling / auxiliary


/ interface cabinet, or other system cabinets having power supply. This
shall be a bare copper bus bar of at least 75 mm'cross sectional area.

b)

The armour of all incoming cables, the chassis, metal components, doors
and loose parF, instrument casings etc. shall be made electrically
continuous to the "panel safety earth ba/'. The earth bar shall be connected
to the "control centre main safety earth bar " by green / yellow insulated
conductors of size nt less than 70 mm".

12.3.3

PanelClean Earth Bar


a)

Each marshalling / auxiliary / interface cabinets or other system cabinets


shall be fitted with a "panel clean earth ba/'. This shall be a bare copper
bus bar of minimu m 75 flffi2, supported on insulated spacers installed
not less than 25 mm from the cabinet chassis and cornponents.

b)

All field cable screens shall be connected to this bus, which shall be
connected to the "control centre clean earth" by a green insulated
conductor of size not less than 70 mm'.

12.3.4

ControlCentre Earth Bar


a)

The "control centr clean earth ba/' shall consist of a bare copper busbal
of at least 75 mm2 cross sectional area, mounted on insulators. lt shall
be spaced at a minimum distance of 25 mm from equipment frame or
earthed conducting surfaces in order to avoid unintentional earth loops'

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Rev.2

The "control centre safef earth bar" shall consist of a bare copper
busbar of at least 75 mm' cross sectional area, mounted on insulators.
This shall be connected via copper conductors of at least 70 mm2 cross
sectional area to the main grounding system of the plant. The conductors
shall be protected from mechanical damage and insulated throughout
their length to avoid earth loops.

12.4

Materiqls_for Earthinq,

12.4.1

Copper shall be used for all earthing and bonding conductors and busbars,
unless otherwise specified by KOC.

12.4.2

The copper used for busbars shall be hard drawn in accordance with BS 13601.

12.4.3

All earthing and bonding conductor terminations shall be made by secure bolted
connections.

12.4.4

Conductors other than

flat bar or strip shall be equipped with crimped

compression or soldered type lugs. lf the compression type lugs to be used, they
must be applied with the appropriate compression tool and shall be pulltested.

12.4.5 All earthing and bonding conductors

busbars shall

be protected from

mechanical damage.

12.4.6

Cable glands used for termination of armoured and/or lead sheathed cable shall
include integralfacilities for securing and bonding the armour and lead sheath.

12.4.7

Each earthing and bonding conductor shall normally be installed in a continuous


length.

12.4.8

Where joints are unavoidable, prior approval shall be taken from KOC. Buried
joints shall be brazed type whereas above ground joints shall either be brazed
or crimped and bolted type.

12.5

Earthins of lntrinsicallv Safe (lS) Equioment

12.5.1

The earthing of lntrinsically Safe (lS) equipment shall be in accordance with the
equipment certification and IEC 60079-14.

12.5.2

For typical details of earthing of lntrnsically Safe (lS) circuit, refer to Appendix
22 ot this Standard.

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12.6

Page 35 of 68

Rev.2

EarthinEofGo-axialSiglElCables

12.6.1 The source and load circuits connected by a co-axial cable shall both
incorporate isolating transformers to ensure that the cable screen is earthed
only at one point.

12.6.2 The signal earth, where

required, on co-axial cable connectors fitted to panels


shall be compatible with Vendor-supplied equipment.

12.7

Earthinq of Communication Equipmen!

The communication equipment earth shall be isolated from other equipment


earths and shall be connected separately to the "Control Centre Clean Earth."

r3.0

N.SIEUmENT ArR SYSTEM

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General
The material including fittings used for all instrument air supply (instrument take
off/signaltubing etc.) shall be of 316 stainless steel.

13.2
'13.2.1

In"ttumentALrHe.adgf
The main header shall be of sufficient size to supply adequate air supply to all
end user devices for ensuring satisfactory operation and to meet the minimum
design pressure stipulated in the 'KOC Standard for lnstrumentation and
Control System Design" (KOC-|-001).

13.2.2

The size of the main header shall not be less than the following:

25mm (1")

20

40mm (1%")

50

50mm (2")

100

75mm (3")

200

* A user is an instrument using approximalely 0.015 Nm3/min'


13.2.3

Nipples fitted with an isolator shall be provided on the header at the required
Utons. Spare supply points at the rate of one for every five points used shall
be provided unless otherwise specified / approved by KOC
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13.3

lnstrument Air Distribution

13.3.1

The tie-in points to the main header for instrument services shall not be less
than 1-in. nominal bore (NB) provided with a valve.

13.3.2

From the tie-in points, two separate instrument air distribution systems shall be
provided (one for controland one for shutdown instruments).

13.3.3 The system shall branch

down into smaller sub-systems serving the various


groups.
of the sub header shall not be less than the
size
The
instrument

following:

15mm (112"\

20mm

(314"')

25mm (1")

13.3.4

1-5

6-10
11-20

The distribution system shall incorporate long radius pulled bends. Elbows shall
be used only where space restrictions require their use with prior approval from
KOC.

13.3.5

The instrument air supply headers shall be installed such that they are selfdraining with provision for "LOw Point" drain valves. The "Dead ends" and
branch connections shall include isolating valves and blind flanges for future
extensions.

13.3.6

The system shall be separated into manageable units, incorporating 3000 LB


screwed ground seat unions to assist in later mantenance, plant mprovement etc.

13.3.7

Joints shall be made airtight using polytetrafluoroethylene (PTFE) tape (or liquid
PTFE sealing compound) very carefully applied to avoid internal residues.

13.3.8

pTFE tape or other sealing matter shall not be used downstream of the filter
regulator.

13.3.9

The complete system shalt be blown down prior to connection of instruments.

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13.4

lnstrument Air Hook-Up

13.4.1

lnstrumentTake-off
a)

Rev.2

Page 37 of 68

Each instrument take-off shall be from

top-of ppe connection

incorporating a 800 LB rated screwed Tzin. NPT stainless steel quarterturn ball shutoff valve.
b)

The main isolation valves and the instrument take-off valves for
shutdown instruments shall be locked in the open position and painted
red.

c)

13.4.2

The shut-off valve shall be provided with tags having the same number
as the instrument that it serves and it shall be accessible from grade, a
platform, ladder or stair.

lnstrument Air Signal Tubing


a)

Each instrument shall be fitted with a combined filter regulator unit with
50 mm output gauge. The unit shall be bracketed to the instrument,
stand or structure and shall not be supported from the tubing-

b)

The air supply tubing after the filter regulator shall be of size suitable for
the application, but not less than 7 inch'

c)

For devices with high air usage, such as valves, a larger sized air supply
tubing as required to maintain the proper operation shall be provided.

d)

A high air usage items shall be checked against the available specific air
supp and consideration shall be given to local storage receivers or
smilai provisions to avoid sudden line pressure dips that may cause
control upsets or triPs.

e)

The tubing shall be installed with sufficient flexibili$ to

facilitate
maintenance or removal of the instruments and any equipment in the
vicinity without removing the air pipework.

Expansion/vibration loops or bends shall be incorporated in the pipework


as necessary. Short lengths of flexible armoured tube may be used
where there is relative movement, .9.,trunnion-mounted air cylinders, or
where space would not permit a suitable solid connection, with prior
approvalfrom KOC.

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s)

Before fitting, each cut tube shall be de-buned, and all components or
other line items shall be blown through.

h)

lf a number of lengths of air tubing require to be run together, they shall


be neatly arranged in vertical rows, with sufficient space for servicing.
Connector joints (where necessary) shallbe staggered.

i)

Tubes shall be mounted on tray if more than three are following the same
route for more than one (1) metre.

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13.4.3

Page 38 of 68

The tubing shalt be supported at every one (1) metre interval.


Ancillary items such as solenoid valves shall be bracket mounted and not
to be supported from tubing.
For typical "instrument air hook-up" details refer to Appendices 17 to 20
of this Standard. These drawings are for general guidance and before
installation work, the hook-up drawings for each instrument shall be
submitted to KOC for approval.

Special requirements for lnstrument Air Supply to ESD Valves


a)

The air supply to all ESD valves and depressurising valves controlled by
the ESD logic shall be from reservoirs fed from the air header, having
sufficient capacity for three operations of the valve.

b)

The supply to the reservoir shall incorporate filters, check valves, and
low-pressure alarm and trip switches to ensure security of the air supply
in the event of air failure. For details of Shutdown Valves, refer "KOC
Standard for Control and Shutdown Valves" (KOC-|-O10).

14.0
14.1

14.2

PROCESS HOOK-UP

The process connection tubing shall be Tzin. OD, seamless, 316 stainless steel
to ASTM A269, with a wall thickness of minimum of 0.049 in, unless the process
conditions demand a higher specification (as indicated on the P&lD or dictated
by the type of fluid or its pressure/temperature).

The fittings used shall be of twin-ferrule compression type made out. of 316
stainless steel conforming to ASTM A 269 with NPT threads unless otherwise
specified.

14.3

14.4

The length of impulse lines shall be kept to a practical minimum'


lmpulse piping shall be self-venting and draining acco rding to the application.
lnstruments on gas service shall be mounted above the tapping point and
unless otherwise
instruments in liquid service shall be below the tapping
approved by KOC.

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Page 39 of 68

Rev.2

14.5

lmpulse lines shall be supported from the structure, purpose fitted supports or
cable tray. The tubing or other parts of the assembly shall not be supported
from the handrails, from removable equipment or from any item subject to
vibration or movement. The design of the pipe run shall make provision for
thermal movement between the tapping and the instrument.

14.6

All process line tappings shall be fitted with isolating valves to the process piping
specification.

14.7

All screwed fittings shall be ensured for bubble tight connections to provide
positive sealing using teflon tape or any other suitable sealant that do not
chemically react with process/environment.

14.8

For typical details on hook up requirements for pressure, level, flow instruments

etc., refer to Appendices 1 to 16 of ths Standard. These drawings are for


general guidance and before installation work, the hook-up drawings for each
instrument shall be submitted to KOC for approval.

{5.0

PREPARATION FOR LINE FLUSHING


The following preparation shall be done to protect the instruments from damage
during the line flushing:
a)

After initial installation, all line-mounted instruments shall be removed,


marked and carefully stored untilfinalflushing. This applies particularly to
orifice plates, flow meters, control valves, shutdown valves, level
displacers and any other instrument where the operation may be
adversely affected by the effects of line flushing.

b)

Spool pieces shall replace all affected instruments to enable through


flushing.

r6.0

HEAT TRACING AIID LAGGING

Where heat tracing and lagging is specified on the P&lD for safety or process
reasons or maintenance of temperature in sample lines, the following
restrictions shall aPPly:
a)

The combination of heat tracing and lagging shall not cause overheating
of instrumentation. Each separately heated length of pipework or
enclosure shall incorporate individual thermal cut-out and alarm system
in addition to the temperature control or self-limiting system.

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b)

Page 40 of 68

Rev. 2

Where impulse lines on differential pressure instruments are traced,


temperature gradients shall not occur across them. Where possible, lines
shall be run, traced and lagged together.

c)

Where tracing is specified for prevention of freezing, thickening or


coagulation of process fluids, the lnstrument, indicator, transmitter,
manifold etc. shall be mounted in a glass reinforced polyester (GRP)
enclosure.

d)

Where trace heat tracing is being provided for the temperature control of
an instrument, checks shall be made to confirm that the system stays
within the upper limit, when subjected to the ambient conditions.

17.0

NAMEPLATES AND TAGGING

17.1

Nameplate

Each item shall be identified with

permanently fastened stainless steel

nameplate, comprising of the following:

a)
b)
c)
d)
e)
f)
g)

Approved Manufacturefs name.


Model number.
Serial number.
lnstrument tag number (separate tag plate prefened).
" Temperature and pressure rating of wetted parts'
" Voltage and switch rating.

* Set point, range/calibration and other relevant data.


(* only where aPPlicable.)

17.2

Certification Plate
Each certified instrument shall have a certification plate giving the following
information as a minimum:

a)
b)
c)

Type of approval and mark of certifying body.

d)

Area classification, gas group, temperature rating.

Certifying authoritY name.


Licence/certificate number and date.

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Rev.2

17.3

Equipmentand Site NpmberTaq Plate

17.3.1

Each instrument shall be provided with a tag plate with Equipment ldentification
Number (ElN), and a Site Number (SN) allocated by KOC.

17.3.2

The tag plate shall be made of stainless steel, with the full alphanumeric tag
number stamped or deeply engraved. The minimum dimensions shall be 40 mm
x 25 mm x 1.5 mm, with a 2 mm hole drilled in one corner. The tag shall be
fastened to the instrument with stainless steelwire of minimum 0.5 mm diameter.

17.3.3 A tag plate integral with the Approved

Manufacturer's nameplate is acceptable


provided the tagging is large, clear and easily readable in the final installed
position.

17.4

Field Fixed Descriptive Taq Label

17.4.1

ln addition to the tag plates on instruments, a tag label shall be provided for each
lnstrument, screwed to the lnstrument stand or an adjacent structure or a
specially fitted structure, bearing the tag number and full process service of the
instrument. This plate shall clearly and unambiguously indicate the position of the
instrument for correct refitting after removalfor servicing or replacement.

17.4.2

The plate shall be of KOC approved type, manufactured from stainless steel of
size not less than 80 mm x 40 mm, etched and enamelled, legend engraved and
filled with a contrasting colour for each category as follows:

17.4.3

a)

White background with black letters for process service.

b)

Red background with white letters for shutdown service.

c)

Orange background with black letters for fire and gas.

Where an instrument is fitted as a composite group .9., a control valve with


solenoid and limit switch, the plate shall bear the tag number and service of the
main instrument and the minor instruments tag number.

17,4.4 Test buttons and remote testing

points for gas detectors shall have a repeat of

the label fitted for the detector.

17.4.5

The label shall be in dual language, English and Arabic.

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18.0

Rev.2

Page 42 o1 68

PAINTING

18.1

Unless otherwise approved by KOC, the instruments shall be supplied with paint
finish/protection completed in the Works, to suit the requirements of the
environment and process conditions.

18.2

However for a specific reason, if painting is to be done in the field with the
approval of KOC, all labels, tag plates, Manufacturer's markings and information,
valve stems, indicators, limit switch arms and moving parts shall be masked
before painting.

18.3

All preparation and painting shall be carried out in

19.0

PERFORIUNCE REQUIREMENTS

accordance with the


requirements of 'KOC Standard for Painting and Coating of Metal Surface-New
Construction" (KOC-P-O0 1 ).

All installations and installation items shall be designed, manufactured, erected,


inspected and tested under the control of a documented QA/QC system in
conformity with the general requirements given in clause 20.0 of this Standard.

t9.t

lnspection and Test Plan


The lnspection and Test Plan (lTP) shall include the following items in addition to
those found necessary to ensure the quality of the installation:
a)

A check of the finished installation against the Proiect Drawings approved


by KOC.

b)

A check of the installation of instruments, panel/cubicle and all accessories


in accordance with the relevant instrument specification, Manufacturers
instructions, data sheets and drawings.

c)

A check on the nameplate data in accordance with this Standard and the
data sheets and drawings.

d)

A check on the painting and

protection and general suitability for the

environment.

e)

A check on the tagging in accordance with this Standard and the data
sheets.

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19.2

Page 43 of 68

Rev.2

Site Aceptance Test (SATI


Acceptance of final system shall be after satisfactory Site Acceptance Test (SAT)
in accordance with the 015 Series of KOC Specification "Mechanical Completion
of lnstrument Systems" (01 5-JH-1 91 0).

2O.O

QUALITY ASSURANCE

The Contracto(s) shall operate a quality system preferably based on ISO 9000
series of standards to satisff the requirements of this Standard. The Contractor
shall demonstrate compliance by providing a copy of the accredited certificate
or their quality manual. Verification of the Contractor's quality system is
normally part of the pre-qualification procedure, and is therefore not detailed in
the core text of this Standard.

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21.1

PACKING. MARKING AND DOCUII4FNTATION

General
For details on packing, marking and shipping documentation refer to the "KOC
Standard for Packing, Marking and Documentation" (KOC-G-004).

21.2

lnstallation Details and Gertification

21.2.1

lnstallation Details
The following drawings/documents shall be submitted to KOC for approval prior
to installation of instruments as a minimum:-

a)
b)
c)
d)
e)
f)
g)
h)
i)
j)
k)
l)

lnstrument location drawings.


lnstrument mounting / support details.
lnterconnection diagrams.
Loop wiring diagram.

Air distribution system layout.


Loop diagrams with overall index.
Cable trench/TraY details.
Junction box location and terminal details.
Power distribution diagram.
Connection diagrams with overall index.
Marshalling cabinet connection diagram.
Process hook-uPs and MTO.

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21.2.2

Rev,2

Page 44 of 68

m)

Pneumatic hook-ups and MTO.

n)

Bench calibration reports.

o)

Packaged unit interface diagrams.

p)

Manufactu rer's installation

rawings.

System Safety Certification

Before start of the installation work, a "safety Certificate Dossief' shall be


submitted to KOC for approval, containing all safety certificates (including
complete loop certification for lS systems) for all items to be installed at the KOC
Facilities,

21.2.3

InstallationRecords

After the completion of installations, the following documents shall be submitted


to KOG as a minimum for approvaland records:

a)

All construction and engineering drawings and data sheets, which shall be
revised to include as built details.

b)

The Safety Certificate Dossier, which shall be updated for any changes
found necessary.

c)
'

Signed and witnessed Construction Test Records, which shall be


prpared in accordance with KOC approved test and inspection plan.

22.0

SPARE PARTS AND. MAINTENANCE REQUREMENTS

22.1

Sufficient spares to account for any losses and breakage during construction
shall be available at site to ensure that allthe instruments and accessories are
in fully installed and operable condition.

22.2

For further details on spare parts and maintenance requirements, refer to the
'KOC Standard for Spare Parts and Maintenance Data " (KOC-G-009).

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6. Tl{tRE rilSirRUIEt{f rS IoUt{ffD AT A
olsf ilcE [xc[tDiltc 2.5I mfl IHE PflrAtrf
BtocK YALYE, Ar Ao0moilAL Br0cK YAwE.

sHAu-

-7

Et tilsTAtuo

A0JACEI{T

I0

rHE

NSNUUEI{T.

7. ElrD 0f

DRAil glrc slrAr,t BE pnnnABrY


AT GMIIE ITVEI. TO ENTOtf IRAINING IilTO A
F0Rt1 8r.E CoilTA0rER.

rAlttaL
!E. EilIPnI

TAIEi

ilP?l
1+

rtlE

f5

lOfl
Tot{E.

Prl

a/

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l2t

of

68

Rev. 2

PRESSURE INSTRUMENT HOOK-UP II-IO UID SERVICE)


TRANSMITTER /SWITCU BELOW LINE
TYPICAL

NOTES:
1.

stoPE

r0 vAwt

TlPptc

Port

2. VEFT EHCT ffiq'NEUEI{

PnouDt A REouRtD

SM ND

t[RnS
^T

F0

PROPER IilSTAIJION AIIO HOO(.UP.

3.

IE

PRESSURE RANilGS FON VARIOIJS

iloiltr

Ac0tssoil[s

Fon
tPpucAnoil.
l{ct{En n ilNGs
^nEsfiAl,l. 8E rED 10 tEf

s?Eclnc REoum4{ts.
.

Atl rArEMA

Fon HYDRoCIRS0{ U0UD/6AS


SSnUCE SHAll ColpLy'HtH

AD ortY w IER

Mr rn0t75/s0 t5r56
s. til$nuffilt sHAll B[

REQTJt[rilf.

msTA.Eo

oil A 2'

sf^r{D P|PE PRoVrotD Umt sulTE suN

sflA0E

ts

PER STD.

otc. r{0. r5-5{l-t09.

6. rilERt t$R l{1 ts touNrED

A$

AT A

FNOI TIIE PRIIAff


ilmoilAt ELocK vAw[.

DISAIICE EXCIEEOIIIC

sLocK v tYE. xr
SHI,I BE INAUID ADJACTIT

TO THT

NSNUTEI{T.

7.

END

Of

DRTil

ruNG SHIIJ. BE

GR^I'[ r,.EvEL T0

PoRr E
^f

tilA8u

PRETRA8LY

DRlr]ilNG Dr10 A

C0N1 [{R.

f|fl'

rAtEntAL

lEI

SIZ

No.

OSCilPflON

PNEiln[ IiSIRTS{T

t0

Ifl.E

ilM

nt

FtlF r/2'

x t/+'

Jt653

Jr

(/

ct(3HlotlYy'fla$

rAlt

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APPENDIX 5:

of

68

HOK-IIP

PRESSTJRF GIIGT

Rev. 2
TYP]r.AI

t2t

NOTES:
I.

/ERIFY IHE (ACT REQIJIRE}EN AI SM ND


PROVID AII REQUIR T{ATIRIj-S FOR PROPER
INSTAIIJTIOI{ A{D HOOK-UP.

2. HE

PRESSURE RANNGS FOR VARIOUS


ACCSOR|ES ARE FoR NoRMAT APPUCATON.
HIGHER RANNGS SI{ATI BE USED TO MEET
SPECIRC REQUIREMTNS.

J.

urEsr

3,/4"

FOR IfYDRO CRBOil UAUD/C,AS SIRVICES.IAERIL


T0 corPtY HIH }ACE R0175/S0 15156

IHR.D

4.

mmoN.

FOR UQUID PPUCATOI{, lHE

T{D

OF ORAIN

WBING SHAI. 8E PREFER8LY AT GMDE LA/E.


TO EMBI.E DRAJNING INTO A PORTAEE COI,ITAINR,

\.

J/4"
THR,D

=l
9t
Ll
IIAlERIAL

tfr

strE

DESCnlmOil

WA'ER

7
31

n8E

PUrc

c/

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APPENDIX 6:

of

68

Vfl GAllcr HOOK-ilP

Rev. 2
TYptCt

NOTES:1. THE

PRESSURE MTINGS FOR VARIOUS


ACCESSORIES ARE FOR NORMAL APPUCANON,
HIGHER RATINCS SHTJ- BE USED TO MEET
SPECIRC REQUIREMEI{S.

2.

AI

IAIEHAI. FOR IMIOCARBO}I UOUID/G.$ AT.D


O|LY WAIER SERUCE SlUiLL CoIPLY lltfH MCE
rR 0r7sls0 15156 tlEsr EDmoil.

3. IEHFY lHE E]Cf


PKMDE

II

REOUIRS{ AT

SIE ND

REQt'IRED IAIERIIS FOR PROPER

NSTAj.AIO{ ND HOOK-UP.

-T

/T

t
,

2'-300,

l
I

\I

VESSEL

---J-

I
I

2'

TO DRAIN

SYSTEM

-L
ffaa
llo,

SZE

- Ofillnofl

uAln

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APPENDIX

of

68

Rev.

TVTI SWITEH HK-IIP

TYPICAI

t2t
NOTES:

1. T}IE

PRESSURE MTINGS FOR VARIOUS


ACCESSORIES RE FOR NORML IPPUCATION,
HIGHER RANNGS SHI- BE USED TO MEET

SPECIRC REQUIREMENTS.

2,

AI

IAIERIAL FOR }InROCARBON UOUID/GS AiD


SI{AII COIPTY Hi NICE

OILY TIATER SERVICE

lR 0175/s0 15156

J.

IERIFY

LATEST ;DmoN.

REQUIRSTENT AT SIE ND
REQUIR IATERIALS FOR PROPER
HOOK-UP.

lHE OCf

PROUDE

U-

INSAII.ATON

ND

-T

I
I

\t

2'

i
\

VESSEL

2'

2'-soof

INSTRUMENT

I
I

PlPING
I

.J^

_Jfit

oFinl(r|

fl,P.

l{.P.L

v *

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IFVTI

of 68

Rev. 2

TRNSMITTFR NISPI ANtrR TYPtr HTK- IIP

l2t

TYPINAI

NOTES:
I.

,ERIFY THE BOCT REQUIRBET{T AT SM TD


PRffO AII REQUIRTD IAftAIs FOR PROPR

rNsrAl!{ror{ t{D Ho0K-UP.

2, THE

PRESSURE RANCS FOR VARIOUS


ACCESSORIES ARE FOR NORMA,L APPUCATION.
HIGHER RATNGS SI-I,I.I BE USED TO MEET
SPECMC REOUIREMENIS.

t-

t-

3, AIT

IAITRIAL FOR HIINOCNBON UOUID/GAS ND


otLY WAIER SEKI/TCE Stru CoilpLy rltfft fucE

___

lR 0175/30 1515

t"ATESr EDmON.

+
I

TANK OR VESSEL

+
INSTRUMENT
PIPING

|-

.J^.

oepatnor

ngt

rtt

,o

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APPENDIX 9:

t2l

of

68

Rev.

DP IYPE FLOW TNSTRUMENT HOOKTUP (GA5-SERV|CE)


TRANSMITTER,/SWITCH ABOVE

LNE

TYPICAL

I. 5'

OTES:

STOPE TO YATVE TAPPING POTT.

2. VEilTT OCT
PrcYDE ATI-

REQUIRTIEI{T

^I

3. rHE PRtS$nE

SM

AIERIAU FOR
^ND
HooK-UP.

REQIJIRED

PRoPER 0{STAUnor

il6^ilDFoR

ACCESSoRIES ARE FoR

VARTOS

lloRvAr

APPUCAnoN.

HICIIER RANilGS SHAI,I. BE US,TD TO IEE


SPEORC REQIJIRIIIfTITS.

4. Au. U rERnUi FoR l{YDR0ClRBor{ U(U|o/G S


At{D qly w nn sErilc sHAtt colPLY'ilITl
NACE rR0t75/ls0 t5r56 REoU|REIEN.
5. lilsnuuENT slutt BE rNsT llD 0r A 2'
STAI{D PIPE PROVIDTD

$IH

SUTA8I SUN

sHl0E As PER Sm. )tG. XO.


6. $ERE

t5-$-109.

rSnu$ilf rs rot

NED AT A
DISTAI{CE CTOING 5T FROI' ITIE PRITATY
ADDflroilAr.8t0CN( VALVE.
BrocK VAwE

SHATI 8E INSTAIT.ED AIIJACII{T TO TflE


INSRUTE[T.

Itu

sEE

llo.

f10l

t0

ulf
ilE

il

taAlErtAL
oecPftoll

q *

tt

DOC.

N0. K0C-I-002

APPENDIX

10:

of 68

Page 54

Rev. 2

DPJYPE FLOW INSTRUMENT HOOK-UPJGAS SERVICE)


TRANSMITTER/SWITCH BELOW tINE
TYPICAI

t2t

MT

NOTES:
r. tr
2.

srrpE T0

llPPlilc

YALVE

PorNt.

VERIFY EXIC REOUIREITTT A1 SM AilD


PROVIO ATI REQ{JIREO IIATESAIS FOR
PROPER INSAUNOil AND HOOK-UP.

J. IHE

PRES!URE RAT{GS FOR YARIOUS


ACCESORIES ANE FOR IORTTT APruCATION.

fircHn R

fcs

sHA[r 8E ustD

SPECIRC REq'NETffTS.

I0

uEEf

{. Atl t lEil rs Fm

HmRocAnBoN UQUrD/cAs
Ar{0 ottY w rER sERvtc sH tl- colPLY-wllH
NCE

llR0r75/S0 f 5156

5. lNsTRUrEr{t sil

ll

BE

REQUlRErtNif.

0{lAr.l0 0N A 2'

sAilo PtPf PRoYrofIl vlflH sutTAsr.E suil


0WG. lr0. t5-30-r09.

$rDE S PER StD.


6.

AT A

0tsTAilcE Exc[tfl0{G 2.5I mot nG FRrIAr


stocK VAwE. Alt ADtxlt()lr. BtocK VAwE.
st{ttt BE tilsrAttE0 AoJ cEt{l T0 IHE
ilSMJTENT.

raAtfttAt

fIET

sf

llo.

ftrtRE tilsTRulEt{f ls taouNlto

DtscFfiol.

n(I(st/o{.Yf sr

flr
t;t

ro{EL

r t'unc

sr

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t/2' x t/1'vr
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+
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0t lil3cvov 0lnvrsu 38 ws
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v lY oililno st .lillnu$ rulul'9
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200-I-30x '0N '300

Page 56 of 68
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APPENDIX 12: DP TYPE FLOW INSTRUMENT HOqK-UP (UOUID SERVICE)

t2t

TRNSMITTTR /SWITEH RTI

W I INtr

TYPIEAI

NOTES:
t.

5. sroPt f0 VAwE

2.

VERIFY EXAC REQUIREIIEN AT

PRoVtot At.
PR(IPEN

5.

tl

TAPPI{G

REQUTRD

P0[$.

SM
l IERn5 0n^l{l,

NSTAJTOII ANf)

HOOK-UP.

{E

PngSUnE R TmcE Fon V iloUS


A0ctssoRtEli An FoR N00a APPlJc noil.
HIGHER RANNGS SHAlr 8E USED 10 ITEf
sPctfic REoutRElfls.

Au. tAltRns Fof, r{yoRocAn8olt uourD/oAs


StmCE SHAI- C0t/Pty'Wfit{

AND otLY WAIIR

ilACE lROt75/rSo

f5r56

REQUTRETENI.

5. NSNUTENT SI{AII BE INSTAIuD


STAT{D PIPE PROYIDID

sHloE As PtR

ON

[fTH SUABIT

A 2'
SUN

sIL, owc. t{0. t5-30-r09.

6. {tRE t}nurEt{f ts roltNlto


DETIT{CE EXCETDING

$ocfi

5I Nil

AT A
THE PNHAR

vALyr, Ail Anoilr. 8r0ct( YAwE.


SiH^T 8E INSTAU.ED ADJACTilT TO THE

NSnUlEt{.

7. Ell0 0f

DRN rUHilc SHAII 8E Pf,EFER8LY


AT GRAoE tf,YEL T0 ${AEr.f DR N{G ilTo A
PoRfAfl.E Cot{lArt{ER.

AIERAL
lnZE

oelcfiFnol

ilYoioc r0il,/llEorvcl{ilrcAl

i (I(slldlvy'rag{ r

*
nslrurf
cffrm

vtxtlf.t

JI

nEil r/2'0

rEr

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l2t

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68

Rev. 2

p_uAL pp lypE FLow TNSTRUMENT HOOK-UP (GAS SERVTCE)


TRANSMITTERISWITCH ABOVE LINE
TYPICAL

NOTES:
t. s stoFf T0 VAwE APPilc Porilr.

2,

\'ERIFY EXAgf RIQUIffTBfi AT SM AilD


PROYIDI AIT REQUIRED TATERIAIS FOR
PnoPER ll{sfAtr rofi Al{0 Hoor(-uP.

3. IHE PM$URE

RAIIICS FOR VARIOUS


ACCTSSOnES ARE FoR noRrr- APruC
HrcHEN RANNGS SHAIL gT USE TO YEET
SPECTFTC REQUTRna{fi.

oil.

ATT TATERIAIS TOR HYDROCARBOII UQUID/GAS


AXD orLY WATER $nMCE Sflflt CoIPLY-UIH
N CE rRfi75/S0 15156 REQUnqENf.

5. tilsfn IEt{f sHAlt 8E rNsTAu.tr} oil A 2'


STAND PIPE PROVIITD HIH SIJI^4..E $JII
sHA0t As PE STD.
6. W}IERE

DWG.

ilSNUWilf IS

ilo. t5-3(r09,

IOUNTED AT A

IISTAT{CE EXC$DING 2.5I FROII IHE PHIATY


ADDITIOI{AL EIOCK VAII'E.
BLOCK VAI.VE.
8E NSTAU.ED AoJACENT T0 tHE

sr{lt

T{STRUIENT.

M
q
No.

sfE

IATERIAL
orcflFno{

(D

HmRoGAln{/lUOrvcr{ffiL

r^'m

cril,/0tlY/T^gl T

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APPENDIX 142

l2t

puA_L

of

68

Rev. 2

pP TypE FLOW TNSTRUMENT HpOK-Up (GAS

TRANSMITTER,/SWITCH BELOW

LINE

SERVICE)

TYPICAL

NOTES:
I. f SI.OPE TO YATYE TAPPII{C

SM

AilD

PROVIDE AI,l. RTQUTREI IATRIIU FON


PROPER IilSIATI.TION AND HOOI.UP.

l,

. IE

PRESSURE RATINCS FOR VANOUS


ACCESORIES ANE FOR NO^l. APPI.JCANON.
fircH$ RATINGS SHATL 8E USED 10 IEE
SPECNC REQUIR$TI{TS.

tl
L

${

PdI{T.

VERIY EXAC REQUNEUENT AT

4. ALr rAlERtAu

FoR xmKrcARBo{ uourD/cAs


sERMct sit{lr.J- coIPLY'wm{
MCE ltR0t75/S0 rsrs6 REoutREytNl.

tl

At{D oltY

wAm

5.

INSIRUyE{T ${AlL 8f nST u.tD 0r A 2'


STND PIPI PROYII'TD TH SU]TAII SUN
s{A0E AS Pil SrD. oWG. ilo. f5-$-109.

6.

il{nE

NSTruv${T tS tout{lE0 AT A
txctfD[{G 2.51 FRoI l}rt PRrtlRy

otsTAr{cE

SI.OCK YALVE. AtI AD{NOMI BLOCK YALYE.


SHALT BE INSTATI.TO ADJACTilT TO THE

NSNUTENT.

IAIEIAI
ftd
Xo.

lfi

oclrnan

llt 6ttF
00

l'oioro

lFr

ilotllr,lEorvcl{illc,at

r655

3r65S

*ACXr9r./OrLY^rAgl VAf i

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,'

APPENDIX

l2l

15:

of

68

Rev. 2

DUAL DP FLOW INSTRUMENT |-LOoK-UP (Ltoutp sERVtcE)


TRANSMITTER SWITC}.I ABOVT I INT
TYPIEI

NOTES:

t.

2.

VERIFY EXACT REQUIRTIENT AT SM A}{O


PROYIDE
REQIJIRED UTERUU FOR
Pf,OPER INSTAUNOil AT{D HOOK-UP.

THE PRTSSURE RAIICE FOf, VANUS

stoPE

I0

Y wE

TAPPTNG

Atl

ACCESS(IRIES ARE FOR

NffiIIAt

Hloil{[R R n[GS SHAtf, 8E

Potxf

APPUCANOil.

rtD T0 yEgf

SPECIF NEOUIRETO{TS.

1. Art IATEfiAU FoR HYDRoCAnEoN U0uro/GAS


AtlD OLY WATER SERflCE Sfit.- CoIPLY'Wffi
ilACE rR0t7s/rSO i5ts6 RtorjrRErttfi.

SHATL gf |NSIAILED 0t{ A 2'


SIATIO PIPE Pf,OVIDT WM{ SU]TABU SUN
sHAot As Pa sro. DwG. N0. r5-30-r.

5. INSIRUIEI{I

ts

6.

AT

Of DRAIII TUBING SHAI,T BE PNEFERTSLY


GRADE IEVEI. TO EMil.E DRAIITII{G INTO A
FORTABI.E CONTAINER.

7 ENO

AI

IIET

tffi -

lb.

ft0r |tRm

t r

r
E0

IEil.f

lAlErAL
oenflmoN

il/t*{'.,rruE n
0

YAYE

qI

ils
3t663

It
t1

0rr/t'iln
oft

31

mil;L

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APPENDIX

l2l

16:

DUAL DP TYPE FLOW

of 68

Rev.

HOOK-UP (LlOUtD
TRANSMITTER/SWITCH BELOW LINE - rYPlcAL
TNSTRUT,I.ENT

NOTES:
r. tr

tu}{

2
SERVTCE)

sLoPE T0 YAwT TAmilC PoNT.

2, YEfril TXAC REQUNETE{ AT SII

A}ID

PNOVDE AIT REQUIR YAITRIAI.S FOR

PROPER INSIAtlANOil

3.

tl

Nf)

H{N.UP.

THE PRESSURE RAIIIG! FON VANOU|I


ACCEIiSOR|ES ARE Fon NoRUL AF?UCAn0N.
I{GHER RATI{GS SN{ITI.8E US,T TO IEE
SPECIFIC REQUIRTE}TS.

4. Atr I^ttRUU Fon HnnocAn8oil

il

uQutD/GAs

ATIO OILY WATEN SEIYICE SHAU. COTPLY-ffTH

NACI rR0t75/S{

tsrs6

REQUtRttEr{f.

5. NSnUIEilI SHArr 8E tNSfAu.tD oil A 2'

ST$D PIPE PROVIDEO TITI{ SUITAH..E SUN


SHA0E AS pER SD. DG.
f5-5{Fr09.

rc.

6.

IS IIOUEO A1 A
oFr ilcE ExcEEDilrG 2.5I tnov rHt PRtta fiY
BTOCK VALVE, At{ AilMONAL BLOCK VAIVE.
SHATT 8E INSTATU) AOJACEI{ TO Tl{E

W}IERE INSIRUTEI{T

tNsnuyEt{T.

7.

END

Of MAN TUIIIG

A1 CRI0E

STIAI,I. BE PRTFERABLY

tEVtr f0 tilAn"E DRAil{IG n{0 A

PoRrltE Cot{frHEn.

nt
l{c.

TAfEiIAL
sE

EscnPnolt

fistRurI

o(lrElm
ruG

o0

(I)

I r'r"r

HYoiocRily'JrEorvqvrc

ncfior,/ortYlll

r ftn

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APPENDIX

of

68

Rev. 2

17: INS]BUMENT AIR SUPPLY HOOK-UP ON/OFF VALVE


WITH SOLENOID VLVE

TYPIEAI
N

I-

OTE:

JOINTS SHAII. SE IADE AIRTIGHT USING


POLYTETR,FLUOROETHYI.TNE

(0n uoutD ptFE

(FTE)

TAPE

sEAtJNc criypoxo) vny

CARERJLIY APPUEO IO AYOID IIIERTAI RESIOUES.


PITE IS NOT TO BE USED DOWT{SIMA Of AIR,IES.

2-

TIIE PRSFURE RAilIIGS FOR VARIOUS ACCESSMES


ARE FON

sH

u.

NONlt

8E lrsEo

AP?TJCAOII. HrcHN RATINq


nEQUtR6Eiln.

t0 tE sptcFrc

f
I
I

2
l

=
3
e
l

VENf

i'lltoSrrr.t

]IET

,f
o

DESGRIPNOil

ltEI
7

DSCftmOt
MA.E

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APPENDIX

18:

of 68

Rev, 2

INSTRUMENT AIR EUPPLY HOOK-UP ESD VALVE wlTH


S-OLENOID VALVE
TYPICAL

NOTES:-

t.

ll

J0l{1s til{
lE lAoE AlmtcHf usxc
FoLnEIntftUoRoIr{nEilE (Pm) TAPE

(0n uauD nrE sEtut{o corpouxD}


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APPENDIX 19:

INS T RIIMTNT

of

68

Rev.

AIR SIJPPI Y HOOK-IIP CONTROI VAI


NOES:

VT

JOINIS SHALL BE MADE AIRTIGHT USING


POLYETRAFLUORoETHYLENE (PIFE) TAPE

(oR

LIOUID PTFE SEALING ooMPOUND) VERY

CAREFULLY PPLIED'IO AVOIO INTERNAL RESIDUIS.


PTFE

2.

IS NOT TO BE USEO DOWNSIREAM OF

THI PRISSURE RA'TINGS

AIRSETS.

FOR VARIOUS ACCESSORITS

ARE FOR NORMAL PPLICATION. HICHER RATINGS


SHALT 8E USED IO MEET SPICIFIC REQUIREMENS.

11
(9

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PART OF

VALVE SUPPLY

DESCRIPTION

ITEM

OESCRIPTION

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AIR FILTER REGULATOR


WITH GAI.JCF

Jooo# Jl6ss

NIPPLE 1/2"N.P.T.(M)x

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:t'

PLUG 1/2"N.P.r.(M).
HEX, HEAD 3000#

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/2',N.P.T,(F)

BALL VALVE,

800#. 316

SS

TUBI 1/2"

O.D..

0.049" w.T, 316

N.

P.T. (F)

MALE CONNECTOR

1/2"N.P.T. 316

3,, LONG, J1655

,/2"

SS

SNUBBER

SS

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APPENDIX

20:

of

Rev.

68

INSTRUMENT AIR SUPPLY HOOK-UP CONTROL VALVE


WITH SOLENOID VALVE
TYP ICAL
N

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JOINTS SHATL BE IIADE AIRIGHI USING


(PTFE) TAPE

POLYTETRAFLUOROETHYLENE

(oR LreurD prFE sEALrNc coMpouNo)

vERy

CAREFULLY APPLIED TO AVOID INTRNAL RESIDUES.

PTFE IS NOI TO BE USEO DOWNSTRAM OF AIRSEIS.


THT PRESSURT RATINGS FOR VARIOUS ACCESSORITS
ARE FOR NORMAL APPLICATION, HIGHER RATINCS
SHALL BE USED TO MEET SPTCIFIC REQURTMENS,

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DOG. NO. KOC-|-002

ACKNOWLEDGEMENT I 2

Rev.2

This Standard has been approved by the Standards Technical Committee (STC)
consisting of the following:Mr. Abdul Redha l.Al-Haddad
Mr. Mohd. Emam
Mr. S. Kumar
Mr. A. Unnikrishnan
Mr. Khalaf Hamada
Mr. N. Ramanathan
Mr. Ali Hassan Al-Failakawi
Mr. Abdul R. Al-Shamari
Mr. Daniel Pino
Mr. AbdulAziz Akbar
Mr. Khalid AAhmad
Mr. Moataz Khalaf

Standards Team
lnsp.& Corr. Team (S&EK)
Standards Team
Standards Team
Design Team
Export Facilities Team
HSE Systens Team
lnsp.& Corr. Team (N&W)
Utilities Team
Proj. Mgmt.Team -NK
lnformation Systems Team
Gen. Proj. Team

Chairman
Deputy Chairman
Secretary/Member
Member
Member
Member
Member
Member
Member
Member
Member
Member

The draft of this Standard has been circulated to the KOC User Teams for their review
responses were received from the following:ENGINEERING GROUP

AHMADI SERVCES GROUP

Team Leader Design


Team Leader Gen. Proi.
Team Leader Construction

Team Leader Proj. Design


Team Leader Utilities
Team Leader Building Maint.

OPNS. GROUP (WESTI

OPNS. GROUP NORTH}

Team Leader Maintenance


Team Leader Prod. OPns.
Team Leader Opns. Tech. Svcs.

Team Leader Prod. Opns.


Team Leader Maintenance

OPNS. GROUP

GASN

OPNS. GROUP (SOUTHI

Team Leader Maintenance

Team Leader Opns. Tech. Svcs.


Team Leader Gas Opns.

INDUSTRIAL SERVICES GROUP

MAJOR PROJECTS GROUP

Team Leader lnsp. & Corr. (S&E)


Team Leader lnsp. & Con. (N&W)

Team Leader Export Facilities Proj

DRILLING OPERATIONS GROUP

Team Leader Drilling Services

rt

DOC. NO. KOCJ-002

Rev.2

Page 68 of 68

The revision of this Standard (Rev.2) was entrusted by Standards Technical Committee
to the Task Force (TF-l/09) comprising of the following members: Mr. A.Unnikrishnan

Mr. Hussain Hadi


Mr. Godfrey Saldhana
Mr. Drajat Satriotomo

Team
Team
Team

: Task Force Leader Tel No.61633


Standards
TelNo.61025
:
Construction
Tel No.22173
Opns.Tech.Svcs.(SK) Team :
Tel.No.61727
:
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