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PRESSURE RELIEF DEVICES:


DESIGN AND MATERIALS

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TAFLE OF CONTENTS

Paqe No.
FOREWORD

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SCOPE

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APPLICATION

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TERMINOLCIGY

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3.1
3.2

lfefinitions
Abbreviations

REFERENCE STANDARDS, CODES AND SPECIFICATTONS

4.1
4.2
4.3
4.4

Conflicts
List of Standards and Codes
Project Specifications
Order of Precedence

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CONDITONS

5.0

ENVIRONMENTAL

6.0

HEALTH, SAFETY AND

7.0

PRD: FIJNCTIONS AND TYPES oF PRSSURE RELEF

8.0

PRD: DESIGN BASIS AND TECHNICAL REQUIREMENTS


8.1 Spring-Loaded Pressure Relief Valve: Requirements

8,2
8.3
8.4
8.5
8.6

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ENVIRONMENT

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DEVICES l6

Rupture Disk: Requirements


PRV: Griteria and Basis of Selection
PRD: PW for Atmospheric and Low pressure Storage Tanks
PRD: Thermal Relief Valves
lsolation Block Valves and Car-Seals: Requirements

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PRD: MATERIAL REQUIREMENTS

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GUARANTEE & WARRANTY

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10.1
10.2

Guarantee
Warranty

INSPECTION AND TESTING

11.1
11.2

General
Material Inspection and Certification
Shop lnspection

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11.4 tluality Plan
ll.5 AcceptabilityCriteria

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QUALITY ASSURANCE

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PACKING, MARKING AND DOCUMENTATION

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DOCUMENTATION

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14.1
'14.2

General
eliverables

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SPARE PARTS & MAINTENANGE DATA

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APPENDICES

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DATA SHEET: SPRING LOADED PRESSURE RELIEF VALVE


ATA sHEET: PILOT-OPERATE PRESSURE RELIEF VALVE
DATA SHEET: RUPTURE DISK DEVICE
APPENDIX.2
FIGURE-1: THE PRESSURE-LEVEL RELATIONSHIP FoR PRV
FIGURE'2: THE PRESSURE-LEVEL RELATIONSHIP FoR
RUPTURE-DISK
ACKNOWLEDGEMENT

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FOREWORD

This document "KOC Standard for Pressure Relief Devices: Design and Maierials"
(KOC-MP-027 PART 1) is intended to provide the basic guidelines and minimum
technical requirements for design, and materials of Pressure Relief Devices to be
installed on pressure vessels, pressure equipments, pressurized systems, atmospheric
and low pressure storage tanks, and pipelines/piping throughout KOC facilities and
installations.

This Standard has been approved by the Standards eam, in consultation with the
Standards Technical Committee (STC) for use and application throughout the corporate
engineering and operationaf functions of Kuwait OilCompany.
This Standard sets out to achieve the following objectives:

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To specify the minimum technical requirements for design, and material selection
of Pressure Relief Devces that have applicability n KOC installations and facilities
with a view to achieve quality, reliability, efficiency and performance, as well as
cost effecti'e a pproach.
requirements of Pressure Relief Devices so as to minimize the need for technical
clarifications and disputes.
personnel and environment as established by KOC Fire and Safety Regulation,
Health, Safety and Environment Managernent System (HSEMS) and the HSE
Policy.

Feedback, comments or suggestions, derived from the applicaton of this Standard at


any stage of design, material selection, purchase. manufacture, field installation,
operation, and maintenance are encouraged, and should be directed to:
The Team Leader Standards
(Chairman, Standards Technical Committee)
lndustrial Services Group, KOC
P. O. Box 9758, Ahmad 61008, State of Kuwait

Task Fo

Resoonsible for This Standard

The Standards Technical Committee (STC) has entrusted the preparation of this
Standard to the Task Force No. (TF-MP/07) consisting of the following:
Mr, Mirza Mohsin
Mr. Raj Maharaj
Mr. Adnan Bohammed
Mr. Yousef M. Zaman
Mr. Nawaf Al-Shehab
Mr. Mohammed Al-Ajmi

Standards Team
Major Projects Team
Design Team
Opns. Tech. Svcs. (SK)
Opns. Tech. Svcs. (NK)
Opns. Tech, Svcs, (WK)

TF Leader & Author


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1,1

This standard specifes the minimum technical requirements for Design and
Materials of "Pressure Relief Devices" intended to be installed on pressure
vessels, pressure equipments, pressure systems, atmospheric and low
pressure storage tanks, and pipelines I plant piping with stranded liquids, in
KOC onshore facilities and installations.

1.2

Any project specfic requirement shall be further elaborated and described in


detail in KOC Data Sheet (Appendix-1) and/or Purchase Document.

2.0
2.1

APPLTCAIION

The Pressure Relief Devices (Pressure Relief Valve, and Rupture disk)
covered in this Standard are intended for unfired pressure vessels (except
steam boilers), pressure equiprnent, and pressure systems whose operating
pressure is 103.4 kPa (15 psig) or greater.

2.?

The Pressure Relief Devices (Pressure Vacuum Valve) covered in ths


Standard are intended for atmospheric and low pressure storage tanks
designed to operate from vacuum through 103,4 kPa (15 psig).

2.3

The Pressure Relief Devices (Thermal Relief Valve) covered in this Standard
are intended for relief of the stranded liquids due to thermal expansion in the
tightly closed pipelines and plant piping.

2.4

The PRD covered in this Standard are intended to protect unfired pressure
vessels, equpments and pressure systems including atmospheric and low
pressure storage tanks against overpressure during normal operating and
emergency conditions such as fire contingencies.

2.5

The PRD covered in this Standard are not intended to protect pressure
vessels, pressure equipments, pressurized systems, and atmospheric and low
pressure storage tanks, and piping from structural damage or mechanical
failure rvhen such items are exposed to extremely high temperatures such as
during a fire.

2.6

This Standard does not cover the U-type blow out wet [egs, the surface-safetyvalve, the subsurface-safety-valve and the pressure relief devices installed on
drilling rigs and its associated equipment and vessels etc.

2.7

This Standard does not cover thermal relief valve of less lhan

2.8

The PRD covered in this Standard are not intended for use on pressure
vessels that are used for transportation of liquid hydrocarbon in bulk on the

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3.1

Def,nillons

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For the purpose of this Standard the following definitions shall apply. However
for additionaldetails refer to APt 520 and API 576:

3.1.1

Accumulation

Accumulation is the pressure increase over the maximum allowable working


pressure of the vessel during discharge through the pressure relief valve,
expressed as a percentage of that pressure, or actual pressure units.

3,1.2

Back Pressure

This is the pressure due to the combined effect of superimposed and built-up
back pressure in the discharge side of the valve.

Superimposed back pressure is the static pressure in the discharge


header before the safety relief valve opens.

b)

ConstantSuperimposedBackpressure

a fixed value
(constant) and exists (superimposed) continuously prior to and during
opening of the valve.
This type of back pressure remains essentially at

c)

\/ariable Supqrimposed Backpressure

Ihis type of back pressure varies or changes over a range from a


minimum to a maximum, or vice versa, The actual back pressure at any
specific time depends on conditions in the pping system to which the
outlet of the valve s connected,

3.1.3

Blowdown

Blowdown is the difference between set pressure and reseating (closing)


pressure of a pressure relief valve, expressed as a percentage of the set
pressure, or in actual pressure units.

3.1.4

Built-up Back Pressure


Built-up back pressure is the pressure which develops at the valve outlet as a
result of flow through the valve, after the pressure relief valve has opened.

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Car Seal

A self-locking seal intended for sealing or locking the isolation block valves
installeC with pressure relief valves assembly. When Car-Seal is placed in
position and closed, it locks perfectly and securely and can not be opened or
removed unless cut with the wire cutter or physically broken intentionally in
order to be removed.

3.1.6

Closing Pressure
The closing pressure is the point at which the pressure relief valve recloses.
This signifies the value of decreasing inlet static pressure at which the valve
disc re-establishes contact with the seat or at which lift becomes zero, as
determined by seeing, feeling or hearing.

3.1.7

Cold Differential Test Pressure (CDP)

Cold differential test pressure is the set pressure at which the valve

is

adjusted to open on the test stand. This pressure includes the corrections for
back pressure and/or temperature and service conditions.

3.1.8

Conventional Safety Relief Valve


A conventional safety relief valve is a direct spring loaded pressure relief valve
whose operational characteristics i.e. opening pressure, closing pressure, and
relieving capacty are directly affected by changes in the back pressure.

3.1

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Flutter

Flutter is the abnormal, rapid reciprocating motion of the movable parts in


which the disc does not fully sit on the seat of a valve.
3.1

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Leak-Test Pressure
It is the specified inlet static pressure at which the seat-leak test is performed

3.1.11

Lift
Lift is

tre actual travel of the disc away from the closed

position when a valve

is relering,
3,1.12

KOC Controlling Team

Any Kr)C Team authorized to initiate a request for procurement of material


equipment for KOC, or any KOC Team that commands and/or

"ndlor
manages and/or controls and/or

executes a KOC project.

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Manufacturer i Vendor

The Manufacturer or Vendor is the original equipment manufacturer or its


authorized company responsible to deliver / supply the equipment and on
whom tre KOC places the purchase order.

3.1.14

Maximum Allowable Working Pressure (MAWP)

The maximum allowable working pressure is the maximum gauge pressure


permissible at the top of a complete vessel in its normal operating position at
the designated coincident temperature specified for that pressure. A vessel
may not be operated above this pressure at any metal temperature other than
that used in its design. Consequently, for that metal temperature, it is the
highest pressure at which the pressure relief valve is set to open.

3.1.15

Maximum Operating Pressure (MOP)


The maximum operating pressure is the gauge pressure which is expected or
anticipated during the operation of a pressure system or the vessel or
equipment.

3.1,16 Non-reclosing

Pressure Relief Device

A pressure relief device, which remains open after operation and does

not
reclose itself unless manually reset or replaced. Rupture disk is an example of
Non-reclosing device,

3.1 .17

Opening Pressure

The value of the increasing inlet static pressure at which there is a


measurable lift of the disk or at which the discharge of the fluid becomes
continuous as determined by seeing, feeling, or hearing'
3.1 .18

Operating Pressure

The ooerating pressure is the gauge pressure to which the vessel or


equipnrent is normally subjected during service.
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Overpressure

Overpressure is a pressure increase over the set pressure of the pressure


relieivalve. Overpressure is similar to accumulation when the relieving device
is set at the maximum allowable working pressure of the vessel. The
overpressure is generally expressed as a percentage of set pressure or in
pressure units.

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Pressure-Relief Valve (PRV)

pressure relief valve is a pressure-relief device designed to open and


relieve excess pressure and to reclose and prevent further flow of fluid after
norrnal conditions have been restored. A pressure-relief valve opens when its
upstream pressure reaches the opening pressure. lt then allows the fluid to
flow until its upstream pressure falls to the closing pressure. lt then closes
preventing any further flow. Examples of specific types of pressure-relief valve
include Safety Valve, Relief-valve, Conventional Safety Relief Valve, Balanced
Safety elief Valve, and Pilot-operated Pressure-relief Valve.

3.1.21 Pressu'e-Relief

Device (PR)

The Pressure Relief Device comprises of the Pressure Relief Valve, the Relief
Valve, t.he Safety Relief Valve, the Safety Valve, and the Rupture Disk etc. As
such the PRD could be any of the above device intended to protect the
pressure vessels, equ[pment and personnel by automatically opening at
predetermined pressures and preventing the destructive consequences due to
excess ve pressures.

3.1.22 Pressu,'e Vacuum Valve (PW)


A weight loaded, spring-loaded valve, used to relieve excess pressure and /or
vacuum that has developed in an atmospheric or low pressure storage tank.
3.1.?3

Rated Capacity

Rated :apacity is the percentage of rneasured flow at an authorized percent


overpressure permitted by the applicable code. Rated capacity is generally
expres::ed in kilograms per hour (kg/hr) or pounds per hour (lbslhr) for
Vapours. For gases it is expressed in normal cubic meters per minute
(NCM/rnin) or mtlmin or standard cubic feet per minute (SCFM), and for
liquids n litres per minute (L/min) or gallons per minute (GPM),
3.1.24

Relief t/alve (RV)

A relief valve is a spring loaded pressure relief valve actuated by the static
pressu-e upstream of the valve and it opens normally in proportion to the
pressure increase over the opening pressure. A relief valve begins to open
when ihe static inlet pressure reaches set pressure. As the static inlet
pressure overcomes the spring force, the disk begins to lift off the seat,

allowing flow of the liquid. The value of the closing pressure is less than that

of the set pressure and will be reached after the blowdown phase is
completed, Relief valves are normally used for incompressible fluids i,e.
liquids.

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RelievingConditions
It indcates the nlet pressure and the temperature of a pressure relief device
during n overpressure condition. The relieving pressure is equal to the valve
set pressure (or rupture disk burst pressure) plus the overpressure.

3.1.26

Safety lelief Valve (SRV)

A safety-relief valve is a spring-loaded pressure relief valve that may be used


as ether a safety valve (intended for incompressible fluids) or relief valve
(intended for compressible fluids) depending on the application. A safety relief
valve is an automatic pressure-relieving device which may be used as either a
safety or relief valve depending upon application.
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Safety Valve (SVJ

A safety valve is a spring loaded pressure-relief valve that s actuated by the


static pressure upstream of the valve and characterized by rapid opening or
pop action. When the static inlet pressure reaches the set pressure it will
increase the pressure n the huddling chamber and overcome the spring force
on the disk. This will cause the disk to lift and provide full opening at minimal
overpressure. A safety valve is normally intended for compressible fluids such
as gas, air or vapor etc.

3,1.28

Seat Tightness Pressure

Seat tightness pressure is the specified inlet static pressure at which a


quantittrve seat leakage test is performed in accordance with a standard
procedure,
3.1.29

Set Pressure

Set pressure is the gauge pressure at the valve inlet, for which the safety
relief valve has been set to open under service conditions, ln liquid service,
set pressure is determined by the inlet pressure at which the valve starts to
disc'harge. ln gas or Vapour service, the set pressure is determined by the
lnlet pressure at which the valve pops.
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Simmer

Simmer is characterized by the audible passage of a gas or vapor across the


seating surfaces just prior to "pop". The difference between this "start to open
pressu-re" and the set pressure is simrner, and is generally expressed as a
percentage of set Pressure.

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Ahbrqviations
HSE
HSEMS
ITP
KOC

MAWP
MOP
PIM
PRD

PRV

PW

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Health, Safety and Environment


Health, Safety & Environment Management System
lnspection and Test Plan
Kuwait Oil Company (K.S.C.)
Maximum Allowable Working Pressure
Maximurn Operating Pressure
Pre-l nspection Meeting
Pressure Relief Devices
Pressure Relief Valve
Pressure Vacuum Valve

REFERENCE.ST.ANDARS.CODESANDSPECIFICATIONS

Conflicts
ln the event of a conflict between this Standard and the standards and codes
or specifications referenced herein, or purchase or contractual requirements,
the sukject shall be brought to the attention of KOC Controlling Team for
review, consideration, and resolution or amendment by Standards Team, if
requred.

4.2

Lislof Standards and Cgdes


The latest edition of the following standards, codes and specifications shall
apply:

4.2.1

National I lnternational Standards

API Sto 510

Pressure Vessel lnspection Code-Maintenance


lnspection, Rating, Repair, and Alteraton

API RP 520
Part I and tl

Sizing, Selection, and lnstallation of Pressure


Relieving Devices in Refineries:
Part I - Sizing and Selection
Part ll- lnstallation

API RP 521

Guide for Pressure-Relieving and Depressurising


Systems

APt Srd 526

Flanged Steel Pressure Relief Valve

API Std 527

Seat Tightness of Pressure Relief Valve

API RF 576

lnspection of Pressure Relieving Devices

API RF,57B

Material Verification Program for New and Existing


Alloy Pping Systems

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Venting Atmospheric and Low-Pressure Storage


Tanks

ASM :3ec. Vlll


Division 1

Boiler and Pressure Vessel Code

ASME 816.5

Pipe Flanges and Flanged Fittings NPS % Through


NPS 24

ASME i331.3

Process Piping

ASME ]TC 25.2001

Pressure Relief Devices: Performance Test Codes

BS EN ISO 4126
(Part 1-7)
BS ISC 6264

Safety Devices for Protection Against Excessive


Pressure

Hydraulic Fluid Power-Pressure Relief ValvesMounting Surfaces

BS PD 5304

Safe Use of Machinery

- Fundamentals and

tsCI 9000

Quality Management Systerns


Vocabulary

tso 9031

Quality Management Systems - Requirements

NACE MR 0175 /
SO 15156 Part 1-3

Petroleum and Natural Gas lndustries. Materials


for Use in H2S-Containing Environrnents in Oil and
Gas Production Part 1: General Principles for
Selection of Cracking-Resistant Materials - Part 2:
Cracking Resistant Carbon and Low Alloy Steefs,
and the Use of Cast lrons - Part 3: CrackingResistant CRA (Corrosion-Resistant Alloys) and
Other Alloys

osHA 1910.219
4.2.2

Mechanical Power Transmission Apparatus

KOC Standards/RP
KOC-G-002

KOC Standard for Hazardous Area Classification

KOC-C-007

KOC Standard for Basic Design Data

KOC-C;-009

KOC Standard for Spare Parts and Maintenance


Data

KOC-t-001

KOC Standard for lnstrumentation and Control


System Design

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KOC Recommended Practice for Pressure Relief

Devices: Sizing, Selection, Twinning,

and

lnstallation

KOC Recommended Practice for Selection,


Qualification and Utilization of Third Party

381t02t01

lnspection Services

KOC-H$E

4.3

Document

KOC Fire and Safety Regulations (Latest)

PJqiect Speg!-ficatigns

ln additlon to the KOC Standards and Recommended Practices referenced

in

clause 4.2.2 above, the KOC Controlling Teams shall designate other relevant
specificatons if required, for the titles listed below:
Title/Description

a)
b)

General lnstruments
Recommended Practice for lnspection and Testing of New Equipment

4.4

Order of Precedence

4.4.1

The supply of equipment, materials, services and documentation shall be in


accordernce with the State and local regulations, Data Sheets or Purchase
Order requirements of specfic project. Should any conflict exist between the
listed dr:cuments, then the most stringent shall govern.

4.4.2

ln case further clarifications are required, the subject shall be brought to the

4.4,3

attention of KOC Controlling Team in accordance with clause 4.1 of this RP.
in general the following sequence of precedence shall apply

a)
b)
c)
d)
e)
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5.1

5.2

l(uwait Government's Rules and Regulations'


KOC Project Data Sheets and drawings.
KOC Purchase order and specifications.
''his KOC Standard (KOC-MP-027 Paft1)'
|,lanufacturer's / Vendor's standards and specifications

ENVIRO NMENTAL CONDITIONS

The environmental conditions in Kuwait are severe. Refer to'KOC Standard


for Basic Design Data" (KOC-G-007), which provides the basrc information
requireC for deiign such as the ternperature, wind, environmental, site and
utility s.rpply conditions prevailing throughout the Koc facilities.

The Fressure
Standard shall

Re lief Device(s) (including components) covered in this


continuous operation in the environmental
be

conditir:ns specified

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HEALTHT SAFETY AND ENVIRONMENT

6.1

All

6.2

The ManufacturerA/endor/Contractor shall comply with "KOC Fire and Safety


Regulations" ard 'KOC Health, Safety & Environment Management System
(HSEMS)" requirements for the protection of KOC personnel, adjacent
equipment, property, and the environment during the design, manufacture,
assembly or operation and maintenance of all equipments and accessories
covered by this Standard.

applicable safety requirements of Occupational Safety and Health


Administration (OSHA) Standard 1910.219 and BS P 5304 shall be
considered in the design, manufacture, nd assembly of the equipment
covered by this Standard.

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PP: IUNGTIONS AND WPES OF PRESURE F.ELIEF DEVICES

7.1

ln all pressurized systems, the overpressure relief can be achieved with a


variety of mechanisms which include pressure relief valves, rupture disks or a
combination of the two devices.

7.2

The types of Pressure Relief Devices (PRD) are described as under;

a)

,Spring-Loaded Pressure Relief Valve (PRV)

i)
ii)
iii)
b)
c)

ConventionalType
Bellows Type
Balanced Bellows Type (with Auxiliary Balancing Piston)

Pilot-Operated Pressure Relief Valve


Rupture Disk

of PRD refer to Appendix-3

7.3

For additional details and characteristics


Appendix-4 of KOC-MP-027 Part2.

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PRD: DESIGN BASIS AND TECHNICAL REQUIREMENTS

8.1

Spri ng -Loaded Pressu re Relief Valve : Req

8.1 .1

The KOC should indicate andior mark as applicable, based on specific project
requrenents, items such as type, service/process conditions, materials,
accesscries etc in the relevant KOC Data Sheet (Appendix-l).

8.1,2

The design, manufacturing, pressure setting, code symbol stamping,

and

rements

certification, marking, and other requirements of Pressure Relief Valves shall


be strictly in accordance with the applicable rules and requirements of the
latest A,SME Section Vlll Division 1 and this KOC Standard.
8.1.3

The performance testing of the Pressure Relief Valves shall be in accordance


with lat=st ASME PTC 25-200'1 Performance Test Codes.

8.1.4

The Pressure Relief Valve intended for pressure vessels, equipments, or


pressurized systems shall be Direct Sprng-Loaded Type, No other type of
pressure relief vaive including Pilot-Operated PRV shall be used on any
pressure vessel, pressure equipment, or pressure system.

8.1.5

The sizing of the Pressure Relief Valve shall conform to the procedures and
requirements as specified in API 520 Partl

8 1.6

The Manufacturer

/ Ven dor shall also abide by the following additional


requirements for PRV, as described below, in addtion to the requirements as
specified in ASME Sectio n Vlll Div.1, ASME PTC 25-2A01, API 520 Part 1,
API 525, and API 527.
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All Pressure Relief Valves (threaded or flanged) shall be starnped with ASME
Code "JV'Stamp.

8.1.8

The mirimum size of the threaded Pressure Relief Valve shall not be less than
as given below:

a)
b)

lnlet size 15 mm (1l2in.)


Outlet size 20 mm (3/4 n.)

8.1 .9

The flanged-type Pressure Relief Valve shall be in accordance with API 526

B.1 .10

The inlet and outlet flanges facing and dimensions shall be in accordance with
ASM B 16.5.

8.1 .1

The minimum slzes of the flanged Pressure Relief Valve shall not be less than
as follows:

a)
b)
8.1.12

nlet flange size 25mm (1 in,)

Cutlet flange size 50 mm (2 in.)

Flanged{ype PRV of size smaller than specified above and without ASM
certification or A$ME code stamp may be allowed if essential, and only for
certain select installations, provided its requirement is reviewed and approved
in writir,g by KOC.
effective orifice area of PRV shall be determined in
with
API
520 Part 1, and the standard orifice area of the PRV
RP
accordance
the
be
selected
from
Table in API 526.
shall

8.1.13 The minimum required

B,1.14

The PRV inlet and outlet flanges type and ratings shall comply with the
applicable requirements of KOC Piping Material Classes.

B.1 .15

The in et and outlet pressure limits of the PRV shall be governed by the
pressure-temperature ratings of its inlet and outlet flanges or by the
Manufrcturer's design limits whichever is lower, However the
ManufacturerA/endor shall ensure that the minirnum pressure-temperature
ratings of PRV inlet and outlet flanges shall be according to the applicable
requirements of KOC Piping Material Classes.

B,'1,16 The centre{o-face dimensions of the PRV shall be in accordance with Tables
2 to Table-15 of API 526.
8.1.17

The manufacturing tolerances of spring loaded PRV with nlet size 4 inches
and below shall be wjthin t'1.5Bmm (1/16 in.), and for inlet size over4 inches
shall be t 3,17mm (1/B in.),

8.1 .18

The pressure vessels and equipments that are to operate completely filled with
liquid shall be protected with pressure relief valve designed for liquid service or
as required by KOC

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8.1 .19

The spring in a pressure relief valve shall not be set for any pressure rnore
than 5% above or below that for which the valve is marked, unless the setting
is within the spring design range established by the valve Manufacturer.

8.1 .20

The initial adjustment of the pressure relief valve shall be done only by the
Manufacturer or his authorized representative, or an Assembler and a data tag

shall be provided on the valve that shall clearly indicate the set pressure
capacity and date. The valve shall be seated with a seal identifying the
Manufacturer, his authorized representative, or the Assembler who performed
the adjustment.
8.1.21

he sei pressure tolerances, plus or minus, of pressure relief valves shall

not

exceed 13.8 kPa (2 psi) for pressures up to and including 483 kPa (70 ps)
and 3% for pressures above 483 kPa (70 psi),
8,1.22

The marked capacity of a pressure relief valve when installed with a rupture
disk device (rupture disk installed between the inlet of the PRV and the vessel)
shall be multiplied by a factor of 0.90 of the rated relleving capacity of the
valve alone or alternatively, the capacity of such a combination shall be
establisihed in accordance with ASME Section Vlll Div. 1.

8.1.23

The space between a rupture disk device and a pressure relief valve shall be
provided with a pressure gage, a trycock, a free vent, or suitable telltale
indicator in such a way that it shail permits detection of disk rupture or the
leakage.

8.1,24

The seat tightness of pressure relief valve shall be checked and carried out in
accordance with the requirements of API RP 527.

B.1 .25

ln case KOC requires seat tightness greater than that specified in API RP 527,
it shou:d be specified n the KOC Data Sheet (Appendix-1).

8.1 ,26

The maximum acceptable leakage rates through seat of a PRV shall be in


accordance with Table-l of API RP 527, defined for pressure relief valves with
set pressure from 103 kPa gauge (15 psig) to 41,379 kPa gauge (600 psig).

8.1,27

The test medium for determining the seat tightness i.e. air, steam, or water
shall br: the same as that used for determining the set pressure of the valve.

B,1.28

For dual service valves, the test medum such as air, steam, or water shall be
the sarne as the primary relieving medium.

8.1.29

For the Pressure-Level Relationship of the Pressure Relief Valve refer to


Figure-1 of Appendix-2 of this Standard.

8.1.30

The flanged type PRV shall have integralone-piece nozzle

8.1 .31

The flanged type PRV with flanges attached by welding shall not

be

acceptable

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8.1.32 All castings for PRV shall be true to form, shall be free from

REV,

shrinkage, voids,

strains scales, lumps, sandholes and other defects etc.

8.1.33 Lifting levers shall be provided only on PRV intended for Air, or

Nitrogen

service.
8,1

.34 No lifling levers shall be provided on PRV intended for

process

operations/service.

8.2

Rupture Disk: Bqq!iremen

8.2.1

The rupture disk alone shall not be used on any pressure vessel, pressure
equipment, or pressure systems.

8.2.2

However it may be used only i combination with a PRV under certain


conditions as mentioned below provided its use is absolutely, genuinely, and
specifir;ally justified and with written approval of KOC:

a)

When the pressure vessel contains material that may render PRV or its
cornponents inoperative due to choking or clogging, or

b)

'fhere a loss of valuable material by leakage should be avoided, or

c)

Where contamination of the atmosphere by leakage of noxious fluids


rrust be avoided, or

d)

When very rapid pressure rise are anticipated or encountered

8.2.3

The design, manufacturing, code symbol stamping, certification, marking, and


other requirements of Rupture Disk, when specified, shall be strictly in
accordance with the applicable rules and requirements of the latest ASME
SectiorrVlll Division 1 and this KOC Standard.

8.2.4

The KOC should indicate and mark as applicable, based on specific project
requirements, items such as type, service and/or process conditions,
materierls, accessories etc in the relevant KOC Data Sheet (Appendix-1).

825

The Manufacturer shall ensure that each Rupture Disk has been duly marked
with "UD" Code Stamp as per ASME Sec. Vlll Div,1.

8.2.6

The opening provided through the rupture disk shall be sufficient to permit a
flow equal to the capacity of the PRV and there shall be no chance of
interference with proper functioning of the valve in case the rupture disk burst.

8,2.7

For the Pressure-Level Relationship of the Rupture Disk refer to Figure-2 of


Appen,Jix-2 of this Standard.

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8.3

PRV: Criteria and.Pasis of Selection

8 3.1

PRV: Conventional Type

REV,

The conventional PRV shall be used when all of the following conditions are
met:

8.3.2

a)

The sum of the maximum variable superimposed back pressure plus the
built-up back pressure is less than 1 A% the PRV set pressure.

b)

Fr:uling or corrosive service conditions are not expected as it may affect


the upper part of the PRV.

PRV. Bellows Type

ln case the conditions specified in Clause 8.2.1 (a) and (b) are not met, then a
bellows type PRV shall be used under the following conditions:

a)

Tlre sum of the variable superintposed back pressure plus the built-up
back pressure exceeds 10o/o of the PRV set pressure or cold differential
set pressure.

b)

Fouling or corrosive conditions are anticipated and protection cannot be


afforded by using alternative materials or devices.

c)

lf the service fluid is highly viscous or of a nature that it can enter the
critical clearances behveen the guides/disc holder.

d)
8.3.3

lt

of a bellows type PRV when installed, shall


be appropriately vented to the atmosphere.
rs essential that the bonnet

PRV: Balanced Bellows Type (with Auxiliary Balancing Piston)

The balanced bellows type PRV with auxliary balancing piston shall be used
under the following conditions:

a)
b)

Back pressure, either constant or variable is certainly present

c)

lt must be ensured that when balanced bellows type PRV with auxiliary
billancing piston is installed, their bonnets are appropriately vented to the
atmsphere.

Excessive pressure may built-up in the bonnet as a result of pressure


brrild-up in the bonnet-vent piping and as a result of built-up bonnet
pressure, a perilous condition could occur any moment.

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8.4

PRD: F VV fo,r Atmospheric and Low Press.ure Stora.ge_Tanks

841

The Pressure Relief Devices for atmospheric and low pressure tanks shall be
designed and manufactured in accordance with API Std. 2000.

8.4.2

The Pressure Relief Devices intended for storage tanks designed for low
internal pressures shall be sized and set so that at the rated capacity of the
devices, the internal pressure of each tank under any normal Operating
condition shall not exceed the internal design pressure or the maxirnum
design pressure.

8.4.3

The P\A/ intended use on atmospheric and low pressure tanks for pressure
and var:uurn release shall be spring-loaded type.

8.4.4

The PW intended to be installed on atmospheric and low pressure tanks shall


be flanged type.

8.4.5

The type, minimum ratings, and class of the inlet loutlet flanges of the springloaded flanged type PW intended for atmospheric and low pressure storage
tanks shall be, unless otherwise specified by KOC, ASME B 16.5, RF, 150 #
ratings, and the class shall be as per the KOC Piping Material Classes.

8.4.6

Normal venting for pressure and vacuum shall be accomplished by a pressure


vacuunr valve (PW) with or without a flame-arresting device as required by
KOC. The Relief devices equipped with a weight and lever arrangement shall
not be Lsed.

8.4.7

The PW shall be designed such that in the event of failure of any of its
essent'al parts, the PW shall never fail to protect the tank on which it is
installed.

PW valves specified here shall be used on atmospheric and low

8.4.8

pressure

storage tanks in which petroleum or petroleum products are stored.

addition to several provisions for emergency venting, such as use of


additional PW, or a gauge hatch that permits the cover to lift under abnormal
internat pressure, a frangible roof{o-shell attachment, as described in API
Standard 650, is most imperative.

ln

8,4,9

8.4.10

The tVlanufacturer / Contractor shall ensure that the requirements for

frangible rooto-shell attachment, as specified in API 650, are strictly followed


and met.

8.4.1

The materials of PW and its associated piping shall be selected from the
KOC Piping Material Classes based on the stored product and the service
conditions to lvhich the PW and its piping are intended to operate'

8.4,12 Twin frW shall be installed on all atmospheric and low pressure
intended for
pressure.

storing h.ydrocarbons (sweet

tanks

or sour) irrespective of size and

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The inlert of a PW shall be fitted with butterfly type isolation valves and carseal.

8,4"t4

The isolation valves installed with pressure vacuum valves shall be butterfly
type, and full-bore.

8.4.1 5

It must be ensured that both the twin PW installed on atmospheric and low
pressure tanks shall be identical in all respect including size and capacity and
pressure setting to help interchange the parts and reduce the inventory.

8.4.16

For additional details showing installation of Twin PRV, lsolation Valves. refer
to Figure-10, Figure-11, Figure-12, Figure-13, and Figure-16 of Appendix-5 of
KOC-Mr-027 Parl2.

8.5

PR?:.hgrmal Relief Vglves

8.5.1

The thermal relief valve shall be installed on all such sections of the pipeline
carryin liquid hydrocarbons, wherein the liquid is fully blocked or stranded,
and is subjected expansion due to rise in environment, resulting in the rise of
internal pressure that may exceed the maximum allowable operating pressure.

8.5 2

This shall not cover the expansion of liquids in the piping or pipelines due to
fire contingencies.

8.5.3

This shall not cover insulated or buried piping/pipelines which

normally

operate at above the ambient temperature.


8.5.4

The thermal relief valve shall be instaled in the following conditions, unless
otherwise required by KOC:

a)

On each section of the cross-country pipelines between main line


l:lock-valves, when the above ground length of pipe exceeds 1to/o ol
the total length of that section.

b)

On each section of above grade plant piping carrying liquid which is


blocked-in or stranded by tight closing valves and blinds, unless the
:;um of the cross-sectional flow area of non-blinded , conventional
of the section divided by
'edge gate valves exceeds the liquid volume
60 meter.

c)

3n the piping in the heat exchanger in which the liquid is blocked and
reated between the block valves.

d)

8.5.5

On that section of piping which lies between the storage tanks, or in the
tank farm, in which the liquid is stranded and heated between the block
valves.

The seit Pressure of the thermal relief valve shall not exceed 110% of the
maximum allowable oSerating pressure for the maximum temPerature during
stress, flange ratings, and
stress, co
shut irr, considering p
any other weakest co

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8 5.6

REV.

The lor;ation of the thermal relief valve on sections of cross country pipeline
shall be selected by KOC based on accessibility, valve safety, and
parameters.

8.5.7

The thermal relief valves which are not located within a fenced area shall be
provided with suitable cover to prevent tampering or damage.

8.5.8

The outlet of thermal relief valve which releases hydrocarbons or toxic


liquids/vapors inside a plant area shall be piped to a closed piping system.

8,5.s

The outlet of thermal relief valve installed on the pipelines, which releases
hydrocarbons or other liquids/vapors shall discharge at the grade or as
required by KOC.

8.5.10

The therrmal relief valve shall not be less than 3/oin. size

8.6

lsolation Block Valves and Car-Seals: Reouirements


I*lFOR7',lNT NO'l;: 'l'|rc: i.sottitiot ltlock

:'.r.tlvst

and lha cur-scul.t, tltotgh no! <t nrumleilot1' rurt eJ

ilp()rt.tnl .since tltet, constitutc en essantial gjelr?enl PR asscgr${t,.


Ilcndet is tltt:rcfiva r1t,r.sd to uhitle )' t]rc teclttcul returenents as .r.xrcif*r/

this dccu:nent, httt'.'cvar thc.y ure


'|.'le

,Vla*liactttrar

helot', in tu.se the isolulittt hloe'k

t'alvc.s aud <:ar-scals

ara ortlerccl h), KOC'.

8.6.1

The block valves shall be used as isolation valves in combination with PRV to
facilitate in PRV maintenance, replacement, or other purposes.

8.6.2

ln case the block valves are not available, then as an alternative, the gate
valves may be used for isolation purposes provided they are installed with
stems oriented horizontally or if this is not feasible then the stem should be
oriented downward to a maximum of 45 degrees from the horizontal in order
to keep the gate from falling off and blocking the passage of flow.

8.6.3

The isolation block valves shall be provided with appropriate Car-Seal Open
facility.

8,6 4

The Car-Seal intended to be used shall be strong enough to resist any


ordinary mechanical shock or blow and shall not be able to be removed when
installed in place and locked open, unless physically cut by a wire cutter or by
forceful hammering,

8.6.5

The isolation block valves used for the pressure relief valves shall be full-bore
roddable type.

8,6.6

The isolation valves shall be carefully administratively controlled to achieve


maximum safety of the equiprnent, the system and the plant.

8.6.7

The minimum flow area of the selected isolation block valve shall be equal to
or greater than the int area of the pressure-relief valve.

8.6.8

The isolation valves

Classes

to KOC Pi
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9.0

PRD: MATEFIAL REQUIREMENTS

9.'1

KOC should consider the project specific requirements when specifying the
materias for PRV in KOC Data Sheet (Appendix-1).

9.2

The pressure-temperature ratings of inlet and outlet side PRV materials shall
conform to the requirements of KOC Piping Material Classes or project
specific requirements as specified in KOC Data Sheet, whichever is more
stringer t.

9.3

The materials used in the manufacture of PRD (and isolation block valves if
requirecl) shall be suitable for the sour service and shall satis7 the
requirernents of NACE MR 017511SO15156.

9.4

The ManufacturerA/endor shall ensure that the materials used in PRD (and
isolation block vaves if required) are appropriate for the intended service i.e.
hydrocarbons (Liquid / Gas: sweet or sour) or water (produced water, brackish
water, effluent water etc.) and it shall also conform to the KOC Piping Material
Classes.

9.5

When the pressure relief valve incorporates bellows and it is to be used in


sour service, the minimum material requirement for bellows shall be Nickel
based irlloys {such as lnconel 625 (UNS N06625), or Hastelloy C-276 (UNS
N10276)), and it shall be suitable for the service conditions and shall also
satisfy'.he NACE MR0175llSO 15156 requirements br otherwise as specified
in KOC Data Sheet.

9.6

The body and bonnet materials of the PRV shall be same. However if they
are ditferent, then each of them must meet the minimum pressuretemperature requirements of the system.

9.7

The mirimurn body and bonnet materials of PRV, if not specified in KOC Data
Sheet (Appendix-1), shall be equivalent to or better than the types and grades
as sper:ified in API 526. However the Manufacturer / Vendor shall also ensure
that these materials satisfy the NACE MRO175 / ISO 15156 requirements for
sour serrvice, as well as conform to the requirements of KOC Piping Material
Classes.

9.8

The Manufacturer / Vendor shall ensure that the PRV trim materials, if not
specified in KOC Data Sheet (Appendix-1), shall conform to the requirements
oi ruRCe MR0175 / ISO 15156 for sour service, as well as Koc Piping
Material Classes.

oq

The spring material of the PRV shall be, if not specified in KOC Data Sheet
(Appendix-i), suitable for the process and the service conditions and shall
onfot'n to t'he NACE MR 0175 / 1SO15156 requirements for the sour service'
For the sour service condition, it should preferably be nickel-based alloy such
as lnconel X750 or equivalent or better or alloy UNS N07750 or N 07090.

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The PRV springs for additional protection against corrosion shall be coated if
reguirecl by KOC, The coating shall be suitable and compatible with the
service fluid and the operating conditions.

The ferrous materials components of PRV when used in sour service, shall
have the Yield Strength not exceeding 620 MPa (90,000 psl), and the hardness
not exceeding 22 HRC.

1O.O

GUARANTEE & WARRANTY

10.1

Guarantee

All Pre3sure Relief Valves and their component and parts shall be guaranteed
by the Vendor / Manufacturer against defective materials, design and
workmanship.

10.2

llUarrang

The Vendor I Manufacturer shall provide a Warranty against all Pressure


Relief Devices, par1s, and associated component in accordance with the
purchase order or contract documents.
11"0

INSPCTION AND TESTING

11.1

General
The Vendor shall carry out all the KOC requirements of inspection and testing
as specifed in Contract document or Purchase order,

'11.2

lVlaterial lnspec.tion and .9e4ification

11.2.1

Materials of construction and quality of workmanship shall be inspected and


certifiecl in accordance with the requirements of applicable standards
referenced herein and/or the KOC Data Sheet (Appendix-1).

11.2,2

The Manufacturer / Vendor shall submit to KOC, the duly filled out KOC Data
Sheets for PRD for review and approval. Material test certificates shall also be
submitted to KOC for review and approval before start of manufacture and or
assembly of PRD.

11.2.3

The testing of PRD materials shall be carried out by the Manufacturer or by an


accredited testing laboratory approved by KOC-

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11.3

Shop lnspection

11.3.1

The vendor shall be responsible for all required QA/QC and inspection work to
satisfy the requirements of this Standard. KOC may additionally employ the
services of inspectors, if deemed necessary, to witness the inspection and
testing cf materials and the equipment covered by this Standard.

11.3.2

KOC or its appointed inspectors shall be notified a minimum of three (3)


weeks ir-advance and shall be provided access to Manufacturer's / Vendor's
shop(s) during fabrication, assembly, inspection and testing of all pieces and
parts of equipment and supples covered by this Standard.

1,3.3

All inspection shall be made at the Manufacturer's own facilities prior

to

shipment and shall be conducted in a manner as not to interfere unnecessarily


with fabrication and assembly operations. KOC will decide if KOC inspector
will be present at all times when work is in progress.
11.3.4

Positive Material [dentification (PMI) (wherever applicable) of pressure


comporents such as body and bonnets, as well as the trim parts, made of
ferrous or non-ferrous alloys, of the PRV (and the applicable parts of Rupture
Disk if applicable and required) shall be made as per the guidance of API RP
578.

11.3.5

PMI is not a part of a mill certificate and shall be made by the Manufacturer at

its mill subject to witnessing by KOC and/or its representatives as indicated in


the KOC Data Sheet (Appendix-1), or purchase documents.
11.4

9ualiy Plan

11.4.1

The equipment vendor shall prepare and submit a detailed quality plan for
KOC approval, The quality plan shall consist of the following:

a)

lnspection and Test Plan (lTP)

The ITP shall list the sequence of all inspection and testing activities
that shall be carried out by the vendor and Koc or Koc appointed
third party. The plan shall include fabrication, assembly, inspection and
testing and packing for shipment in a chronological order, showing the
frequency of control, the acceptance limits, the governing code and
whether a document or report is produced for each activity'
b)

Pre-inspection Meeting (PlM)


During the PIM the vendor and KOC will review and finalize the markup oi the lTP, and confirm the requirements for witnessing (W)'
surveillance (S), monitoring (M), and reviewing (R) in the ptan' The
approved quality plan shall be strictly adhered to throughout the entire
fabrication, assembly, inspection, and testing period.

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11,5

Acqep.tabilitv

11.5.1

The Manufacturer / Vendor shall ensure that the all Pressure Relief Devices
supplieC shali meet or exceed the performance requirements as specified in
ASME ;rTC-25-2001 (Performance Test Codes).

11.5.2

Each and every PRD supplied shall satisfy the set pressure and seat
tightness, and other requirements as specified n KOC Data Sheet (s).

11.5.3

The Manufacturer shall fully ensure that the supplied PRD conforms to the
requirements of this KOC Standard, the codes and standards referenced

[it"eria

herein, and are fit for the purpose.

12.0

Q-UALITY ASSURANCE

The Manufacturerfuendor shall operate quality systems to ensure that the


requirements of this Standard are achieved, The quality systems shall be
preferably based on ISO 9000 series of Standards and the Manufacturer I
Vendor shall demonstrate compliance by providing a copy of the accredited
Certificate and a copy their quality manual. Verification of Manufacturer's /
Vendor's quality system is normally part of the pre-qualification procedure and
is, therefore, not detailed in this Standard.

13.0

PACKING, MARKING AND DOCUMENTATION

Packing, markng, and shipping documentation shall comply with the


requirements of KOC Standard for "Packing, Markng and Documentation"
(KOC-G-004i
13.1

ln addilion to above the Manufacturer / Vendor shall ensure that each PRV
has been duly marked with "UV" stamp and the Rupture Disk has been duly
marked with "UD" Stamps as required by this Standard. Further all other
markins on PRV shall be as per the requirements of UG-129 of ASM Sec.
Vlll Div.1.

13.2

The Manufacturer I Vendor shall ensure that the required data is marked on
PRV and Rupture Disk in such a way that the marking shall never be
obliterated in service.

13.3

The Manufacturer / Vendor shall abide by the requirements of ASME Section


Vlll Div.1 for markings on PRV and Rupture Disks. As a minimum requirement
the following shall be marked on the PRV.

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

s)

Name of the Manufacturer


Manufacturer Design or Type Number
NPS Size
Set Pressure
Certified CaPacitY
Y:ar of Built
ASM "UV" Symbolor ASME "UD" Symbol (as applicable)

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14.0

pocuMENTATlol{

14.1

Generql

14.1.1

All correspondence, instructions, Data Sheets, drawings, calculation or any


other written information shall be in English language, In case of dual
languages, one language shall be English.

14.1.2

All dimensions, units of measurement, physical constants etc. shall be in Sl


units, unless othenvise specified. (Pipe sizes shall be shown in inches).

14,1 .3

ln addition to hard copies, all final documents such as specifications, Data


Sheets, and drawings shall be provided in approved electronic software
forrnats {Latest versions of Microsoft Word, Excel, and AutoCAD).

Calcula:ions shall be submtted n widely used software forms agreed upon by


KOC.

14.2

DeliverFbles

14.2.1

Test Certificates and "as-built" drawings and Data Sheets of equipment and its
parts, appurtenances, and materials as covered by this Standard shall be
submitted to KOC for review and approval before packing and shipment.

14.2,2

The ManufacturerA/endor shall subrnit to KOC for review and approval the
Manufacturer's Record Book (MRB) wth all the test certificates, and
equipment Data Sheets (with blanks filled out), for the equipment and
materials supplied in accordance with this Standard.

15.0

SPARE PARTS & M.AINTENANCE ATA


The Packager shall comply with the requirements of "KOC Standard for Spare
Parts ard Maintenance Data" (KOC-G-009).

16.0

APPENDIES

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APPET.TpTX-1

DATA SHEET: .SP.RII.IG LOAD,E.P PRESSURE RELIFF VALVE


(For Additional details

Kuwait Oil Company

refer to API 520 Part l)

fge

shet {o,
Rqusjtion No.

SPRING LOADED
PRESSURE RELIEF VALVE
SPECIFICATION SHEET

of

DI
Revled

&l
8A$S OF gLECTION

CNER[
5

Code: ASME blll fXl Stamo Reuired: Yeg

flthlr f I qnr
6

Codtlv rrelth.Pl

526:

Flref lOtherf l9oecitu:

sotur D,rh:

VAIVC DEIICN

Yes

f l'

Yrsl

II

No

Not

'lol

MATERIL5,

17,
1

t1
COI'NCTIO5.

Bonnct:

l
2

St {ozle}:
R3liar St:
rrt:

7
2

AdIUsl}nE Rq{E}:
SEfinq;

24.

8pll0w6'

Slanced Pirtrn:
Carr!filv NCE MR Ol 7,/lqol

'21

godv:

t8.

tthr

ttk1

\'Taiher:
q

156: Y f xl l t

I soe(itu:'

9[.RVrCE

cEftoRlEs

COqrOt

Co: SirevTdl lEltedf


3{,

Requlred Cape{lIT per Valve and Unitgr

lb/hr

o_

orrln Fressure and Units:


a.
39.

40.
I
2

29.

LifingLev.r: PllnI lFctdf l]oneI I


Trt ;rildp: Y! I I
Nr f I

Scrsen:

ltlo

!t

us

Oher

4,

Celfril t*'l ('lri flr rr


ql{ed Efttiv rifire Ar
O.ifir nFtirinan f t'lr
Mnufa{turer t{rne:

Ys

I Ssecifvl

II

Orher f
Blorvdownr Standard
Ltent Heal 0r VaBoielion and un l:
re

3lll.6 AD SLECTION

Frerure
44
45.
45.

*rrt:

nit:

5.
51.
5,

47

NOTE: KOC ta mark

51.

/ ntlicate items to be filled

lodrl I'lumber:
Vendor Clculations Reulrd: Yes I

Xl

No

in by the ManufacturerNendor with an Asterisk

(-

qtu

(*).

4
l/

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APPENDIX-1
S HEET : PI LOT-OP..ERATE D PRESS
(For Addtianal detaits refer rc API 520 Part l)

DATA

URE RE LIE F VALYE

Kuwait Qil Company

No.

PILOT.OPERATED
PRESSURE RELIF VALVE
SPECIFICATION SHEET

Job No
Date

.rrirsd

lv
BASIS OF SELCTIS}I

GEIRAL

vn

tsm NurYbr:
')

g ttltler:

Snrco, bne,. ot Ecrnrert lrntlen


Nurrer Rsquked.

lCarfu v.*t AFI

5f,8:

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by the Mn

an Asterisk (')

DOC. NO. KOC.MP{}z7 PART

Page 3t of35

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APPENDIX.l

DAf $HEET: RUPTURE DISK9EVICE


(For Additional details

Kuwat Ql Campany

refer to Afl 52A Pqrt l)

F-?E d

Shel N

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.

Reautsltiari No.
Job No.

RUPTURE DISK DEVICE


SPECIFICATION SHEET

nale

levlse

ral
1

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ode or
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the Manu

ith ctn Asterisk (")

DOC. NO. KOC.TP{}2? PART

Page 3 of35

RETI. T

APPENDIX.2

FIGURE-1:

THE-,PRESSURE-LEVEL RELATION_SHIP FOR.PRV

(SauceiAPI S2t 'art l)

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NOTES:

2.
3.
1.

Thi.s Figure conforms v,ith the ,'equircnrcnts a.f SllE Scction Vltl Div. I for lvlAIlP g!'eater than 30 tsi.
The pressut'e conrJtiots sholn are.[ar PRV installed on a pressure vasselT'lte allowable se!-pt'essure tolerance u,ill be in lccorclance *'ith the apslicahle codes.
'I'he tttinun allotyable vorking prussure is ecual to or grealer lhan rlte desgn pressat'e for a coincirlertl

5.
6.

dcsign tetnpe.ralure
I'he operoti$glerrpetature nay e igst' ot' lov'er than g0 psig.
Div. I
Refer to .4SME iecion ll
.[or guidance on hlo*'down arul prcssu'e difl'erentinls

I,

ll

DOC. HO. KOC.MP{2? PART

APPENDIX-2

Page 33 of 35

RE/.

/Courinued)

FIGURE-2: .rne FnEsSUne+eV


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NOTIiS:

l. 'this Figure ssqfonns with the requirenents of ,45'll Section lllll Div. I fot' )Vl,4IyP gt"ealer than 3A psi.
2. 'flrc pressut'e condition. .rlnv'n are for Rupure Di-sk Devis installetl on a prussure vcs-scl.
3. lhe mnrgin !:atween tlrc maxinunt sllov'alsle rlorlir,g prcs:in'e nl the opcruling prc.s.\lrc uu.t
considered in the selection a ntplure disk.
'llta allovable hurs!-pr,assure tolercnce x,ill be in ac:corrltnce v,ith the applicable code.
'fhe operoting Dressure ny be highe t' or lower hun 90 psig
disk design
ttt &Y i t u t
any
fite narked b'uts!-pressurc of tlrc

le

4.
5.
.

nt

n' ke d

Lt u

rs r

a I I ot' q h I e

rc.\ J ril'e.

P
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,1,

oc. No. Koc.MP-027 PART I

Page 34 of 35

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ACKNOTILEDGEMENT

This KOC Starrdard has been approved by the Standards Technical Committee (STC)
consisting of the following.
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