You are on page 1of 87

SEAL-LESS CENTRIFUGAL PUMPS FOR GENERAL SERVICE

JULY 1993

PAGE 1 OF 77

EGE 15-B-20 1993

TABLE OF CONTENTS 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Scope References Definitions General Design 5.1 General 5.2 Pressure Casings 5.3 Nozzles and Pressure Casing Connections 5.4 External Nozzle Forces and Moments 5.5 Rotating Elements 5.6 Wear Rings 5.7 Materials 5.8 Nameplates and Rotation Arrows 5.9 Dynamics 5.10 Product Lubricated Bearings Accessories 6.1 Instrumentation 6.2 Piping and Appurtenances 6.3 Special Tools Magnetic Drive Pumps Specific Requirements 7.1 General 7.2 Bearings, Bearing Housings, and Lubrication 7.3 Drivers 7.4 Couplings and Guards 7.5 Mounting Plates Canned Motor Pumps Special Requirements 8.1 General 8.2 Integral Motors Inspection, Testing, and Preparation for Shipment 9.1 General 9.2 Inspection 9.3 Testing 9.4 Preparation for Shipment Vendors Data 10.1 Proposals 10.2 Data Requirements

9.

10.

6.

7.

8.

Appendix A Materials for Seal-Less Centrifugal Pump Parts Appendix B ASTM Material Specifi-cations for Centrifugal Pump Parts Appendix C Magnet Materials Properties Overview and Temperature Limits Appendix D Material Specifications for Specific Seal-Less Pump Components Appendix E Instrumentation Requirements for Magnetic Drive Pumps Appendix F Dimensions of Standard Baseplates Appendix G Circulating Fluid Arrangements Appendix H Seal-Less Pump Vendor Drawing and Data Requirements Form

1. SCOPE This Guide covers the basic requirements for horizontal, overhung, and vertical in-line seal-less centrifugal magnetic drive and canned motor pumps. It is intended to cover pumps up to 300 kW (400 hp) for use in applications up to 6.89 MPa gage (1000 psig) and 204C (400F). The use of this Guide for applications outside the range noted requires Mobil approval. The vendor may offer alternative designs. Equivalent metric dimensions, fasteners, and flanges may be substituted as mutually agreed upon by Mobil and the vendor.

MOBIL ENGINEERING GUIDE EGE 15-B-20 1993 2. REFERENCES The following publications form a part of this Guide. Unless otherwise specified herein, use the edition cited below.
Mobil Engineering Guides EGE 00-B-5 EGE 00-B-20 EGE 00-B-21 EGE 15-B-7 EGE 15-D-20 EGE 15-B-22 EGE 33-B-8 EGE 33-B-9 (1989) (1987) (1986) (1993) (1993) (1993) (1989) (1991) Equipment Sound Levels Pressure Casting Inspection Pressure-Containing Equipment Welding and Weld Inspection General-Purpose Steam Turbines Seal-Less Centrifugal Pump Data Sheet (a and b) General-Purpose Gear Units Electrical Motor Control Electrical Induction Motors
PAGE 2 OF 77 JULY 1993

AFBMA (Anti-Friction Bearing Manufacturers Association) Standards No. 7 No. 9 No. 20 (1988) (1990) (1987) Metric Ball and Roller Bearings (Except Tapered Roller Bearings) Conforming to Basic Boundary Plans Load Ratings and Fatigue Life for Ball Bearings Radial Bearings of Ball, Cylindrical Roller and Spherical Roller Types, Metric Design

AGMA (American Gear Manufacturers Association) Standards No. 9000-C No. 9002-A (1990) (1986) Flexible Couplings Potential Unbalance Classification Bores and Keyways for Flexible Couplings (Inch Series)

API (American Petroleum Institute) Publications Spec 5L Std 601 Std 614 Std 670 Std 671 Std 677 (1992) (1988) (1984) (1986) (1990) (1989) Line Pipe Metallic Gaskets for Raised Face Pipe Flanges and Flanged Connections Lubrication, Shaft-Sealing, and Control-Oil Systems for Special-Purpose Applications Vibration, Axial-Position, and Bearing-Temperature Monitoring Systems Special-Purpose Couplings for Refinery Service General-Purpose Gear Units for Refinery Service

ASME (American Society of Mechanical Engineers) Standards Boiler and Pressure Vessel Code: (1992) Section VIII, Pressure Vessels, Divisions 1 and 2 (1992) Section IX, Welding and Brazing Qualifications B1.1 (1989) Unified Inch Screw Threads B1.20.1 (1983) Pipe Threads, General Purpose (Inch) B16.1 (1989) Cast Iron Pipe Flanges and Flanged Fittings B16.5 (1988) Pipe Flanges and Flanged Fittings B16.11 (1991) Forged Fittings, Socket-Welding and Threaded B16.42 (1987) Ductile Iron Pipe Flanges and Flanged Fittings, Class 150 and 300 B31.3 (1990) Chemical Plant and Petroleum Refinery Piping Y14.2M (1979) Line Conventions and Lettering

MOBIL ENGINEERING GUIDE


JULY 1993 PAGE 3 OF 77

EGE 15-B-20 1993

ASTM (American Society for Testing and Materials) Standards A515 B88 E94 E125 E142 E709 (1990) (1992) (1991) (1963) (1992) (1991) Pressure Vessel Plates, Carbon Steel, for Intermediate- and Higher-Temperature Service Seamless Copper Water Tube Guide for Radiographic Testing Reference Photographs for Magnetic Particle Indications on Ferrous Castings Method for Controlling Quality of Radiographic Testing Guide for Magnetic Particle Examination

AWS (American Welding Society) Code D1.1 (1992) Structural Welding Code Steel

NACE (National Association of Corrosion Engineers) Publication MRO175 (1992) Sulfide Stress Cracking Resistant Metallic Materials for Oilfield Equipment

NEMA (National Electrical Manufacturers Association) Standards MG 1 SM 23 (1991) (1991) Motors and Generators Steam Turbines for Mechanical Drive Service

NFPA (National Fire Protection Association) Code 70 (1993) National Electrical Code

SSPC (Steel Structure Painting Council) Standard SP6 (1991) Commercial Blast Cleaning

3. DEFINITIONS

Canned Motor Pump (CMP) A pump without a coupling or shaft seal in which the internal bearings and motor rotor are lubricated and cooled by the process or flush fluid. The motor stator is an integral part of the pump. Cavity End Cover A removable piece that closes the outboard end of a canned motor pump. Cavity Liner A thin nonmagnetic stationary sleeve that isolates the motor stator windings from the process or flush fluid. Critical Speed, Dry A rotor resonant frequency calculated assuming that the rotor is supported only at its bearings and that the bearings are of infinite stiffness. Critical Speed, Wet A rotor resonant frequency calculated considering the additional support and damping produced by the action of the pumped liquid within internal running clearances at the operating conditions and allowing for flexibility and damping within the bearings. Double Casing A type of construction in which the pressure casing is separate from the pumping elements (such as diffuser diaphragms, bowls, and volute inner casings) contained in it. Hydrodynamic Bearings Bearings that use the design principles of hydrodynamic lubrication. Their surfaces are oriented so that relative motion forms a fluid wedge to support the load without

MOBIL ENGINEERING GUIDE EGE 15-B-20 1993 journal-to-bearing contact.


PAGE 4 OF 77 JULY 1993

Magnetic Drive Pump (MDP) A pump in which the internal bearings and driven magnet are lubricated and cooled by the process or flush liquid. The pump is magnetically coupled to a conventional driver so shaft seals are not used. Maximum Allowable Speed (in revolutions per minute) The highest speed at which the manufacturer's design will permit continuous operation. Maximum Allowable Temperature The maximum continuous temperature for which the manufacturer has designed the equipment (or any part to which the term is referred) when handling the specified liquid at the specified pressure. Maximum Allowable Working Pressure of the Casing The greatest discharge pressure at the specified pumping temperature for which the pump casing is designed. Maximum Continuous Speed (in revolutions per minute) The speed at least equal to 105 percent of the highest speed required by any of the specified operating conditions. Maximum Discharge Pressure The maximum suction pressure plus the maximum differential pressure that the pump is able to develop when operating with the furnished impeller at the specified speed, specific gravity, and pumping temperature. Maximum Suction Pressure The highest suction pressure to which the pump is subjected during operation. Minimum Allowable Speed (in revolutions per minute) The lowest speed at which the manufacturer's design will permit continuous operations. Minimum Continuous Stable Flow The lowest flow at which the pump can operate without exceeding the noise and vibration limits imposed by this Guide. Minimum Continuous Thermal Flow The lowest flow at which the pump can operate without being impaired by the temperature rise of the pumped liquid. Motor Housing The exterior secondary containment enclosure where the motor stator is mounted. Net Positive Suction Head Available (NPSHA) The NPSH, in meters (feet) of liquid absolute, determined by Mobil for the pumping system with the liquid at the rate flow and normal pumping temperature. This shall be determined at the suction nozzle and referred to the datum elevation, minus the vapor pressure of the liquid, in meters (feet) absolute. The datum elevation is the shaft centerline for horizontal pumps, the suction nozzle centerline for vertical in-line pumps, and the top of the foundation for other vertical pumps. Net Positive Suction Head Required (NPSHR) The NPSH, in meters (feet), determined by vendor testing, usually with water. NPSHR is measured at the suction flange and corrected to the datum elevation. NPSHR is the minimum NPSH at rated capacity required to prevent a head drop of more than 3 percent (first-stage head in multistage pumps) due to cavitation within the pump. Normal Operating Point The point at which usual operation is expected. Oil Mist Lubrication Lubrication systems that employ oil mist produced by atomization in a central supply unit and then transported to the bearing housing by compressed air.

MOBIL ENGINEERING GUIDE


JULY 1993 PAGE 5 OF 77

EGE 15-B-20 1993

Outer Bearing Housing The exterior enclosure that surrounds the outer drive magnet and where the outer antifriction bearings are mounted. Overhung Pump A horizontal pump or a vertical in-line pump in which the impeller is cantilevered from the bearing support. Pressure Casing The composite of all stationary pressure-containing parts of the unit, including all nozzles, the cavity liner (CMP), the cavity end cover (CMP), the motor housing (CMP), the motor junction box (CMP), the isolation shells (MDP), and the outer bearing housing (MDP). Primary Containment Shell The thin, nonmagnetic stationary enclosure that isolates the outer magnet from process fluid in the magnetic drive pump. Pure Oil Mist Lubrication:
Dry Sump A mist that both lubricates the bearing and purges the housing. Wet Sump A mist that only purges the bearing housing. Bearing lubrication is by conventional oil bath, flinger, or oil ring.

Radially Split Casing joints that are transverse to the shaft centerline. Rated Operating Point The point at which the vendor certifies that performance is within the tolerances stated in this Guide. Performance includes the following factors: capacity, total head, power, efficiency, NPSHR, rotative speed, and rated suction head at the specific gravity and viscosity of the pumped liquid. Standby Service A normally idle or idling piece of equipment that is capable of immediate automatic or manual startup and continuous operation. Suction Specific Speed An index of pump suction operating characteristics determined at the best efficiency point with the maximum-diameter impeller. (Suction specific speed is an indicator of the net positive suction head required for given values of capacity and rotative speed and provides an assessment of a pump's susceptibility to internal recirculation.) Suction specific speed is expressed by the following equation:
S

'

N (Q)0.5 (NPSHR)0.75

(Eq. 1)

Where:
S N Q = = = = = NPSHR = suction specific speed. rotative speed, in rpm. flow per impeller eye, in US gpm. total flow for single-suction impellers. one-half total flow for double-suction impellers. net positive suction head required, in ft.

NOTE: Suction specific speed derived using U.S. gallons per minute and feet, multiplied by a factor of 1.16, is equal to suction specific speed derived using cubic meters per hour and meters.

MOBIL ENGINEERING GUIDE EGE 15-B-20 1993


PAGE 6 OF 77 JULY 1993

Total Indicated Runout (TIR) (also known as total indicator reading) The runout of a diameter or face determined by measurement with a dial indicator. The indicator reading implies an "out-of-squareness" equal to the reading or an eccentricity equal to half the reading. Trip Speed (in revolutions per minute) The speed at which the independent emergency overspeed device operates to shut down a prime mover (see Table 1).
4. GENERAL 4.1 All equipment covered by this Guide or any specification referenced herein shall meet the applicable noise levels established in EGE 00-B-5 without the benefit of additional physical devices or enclosures. 4.2 All equipment covered by this Guide shall be designed for operation in a totally unprotected outdoor installation, unless otherwise specified on EGE 15-D-20. 5. DESIGN 5.1 General

5.1.1 The equipment (including auxiliaries) covered by this Guide shall be designed and constructed for a minimum service life of 20 years and at least three years of uninterrupted operation. It is recognized that this is a design criterion.
TABLE 1 DRIVER TRIP SPEEDS Trip Speed (% of Maximum Continuous Speed) 115 110 105

Driver Type NEMA Class A* NEMA Classes B, C, D* Variable-speed motor


____________ *Indicates governor class as specified in NEMA SM 23.

5.1.2 The vendor shall assume responsibility for the engineering coordination of the equipment and all auxiliary systems included in the scope of the order. 5.1.3 Pumps with constant-speed drivers shall be capable of at least a 3 m (10 ft) or 5 percent head increase at rated conditions by replacement of the impeller(s) with impeller(s) of larger diameter or a Mobilapproved modified hydraulic design. 5.1.4 Pumps with variable-speed drivers shall be capable of operating continuously up to at least 105 percent of rated speed and shall be capable of operating briefly, under emergency conditions, up to the trip speed. 5.1.5 The following pump configurations shall not be furnished unless approved by Mobil for the specific application: (a) Magnetic drive close coupled. (b) Two-stage overhung. (c) Double-suction overhung. (d) Multistage ring-section single casing.

MOBIL ENGINEERING GUIDE


JULY 1993 PAGE 7 OF 77

EGE 15-B-20 1993

5.1.6 Pumps shall use throat bushings, wear rings, impeller balance holes, an auxiliary impeller, and/or flushing-line arrangements to maintain a rotor chamber pressure greater than the suction pressure. This is to ensure that the temperature and pressure in the rotor chamber prevent vaporization at all operating conditions including minimum flow. 5.1.7 The rotor chamber shall be completely self venting and shall incorporate drains to allow complete evacuation of all areas in the housing and components. When self venting is not feasible, the vendor shall include provision for manual venting and the requirement for manual venting shall be highlighted in the vendors proposal. If fluid will remain in internal cavities when the case drain is opened, an additional connection shall be provided for purging/flushing the rotor chamber. 5.1.8 The lubrication/cooling system shall be designed to maintain a margin of at least 3 m (10 ft) NPSH above the vaporization temperature and pressure at the most severe operating condition at termination point. If the 3 m (10 ft) margin at the termination point cannot be met, only Mobil shall approve an alternative proposal by the vendor. 5.1.9 The need for external cooling should be recommended by the vendor and approved by Mobil. When cooling is required, the type, pressure, and temperature of the cooling liquid will be specified by the purchaser. The vendor shall specify the required flow. 5.1.10 The vendor shall provide a temperature/pressure profile curve of the fluid circulating throughout the pump to ensure adequate operating fluid vapor margin is available. This shall include the flowrate, pressure, and temperature at the critical areas along the flow route, such as bearing faces and bores, magnetic coupling rotor, fluid entrance and exit points, and between rotor and containment shell or can. 5.1.11 The vendor shall specify on the data sheet the NPSHR when the pump is operated on water [at a w ater temperature of less than 66C (150F)] at the rated capacity and rated speed. A hydrocarbon reduction or correction factor shall not be applied.
NOTE: Mobil shall consider an appropriate NPSH margin in addition to the NPSHR specified in Paragraph 5.1.11. An NPSH margin is the NPSH that exists in excess of the pumps NPSHR. It is usually desirable to have an operating NPSH margin that is sufficient at all flows (from minimum continuous stable flow to maximum expected operating flow) to protect the pump from damage caused by flow recirculation, separation, and cavitation. Purchasers NPSHA should be corrected for the effect of circulated fluid that is returned to pump suction. The vendor should be consulted about recommended NPSH margins for the specific pump type and intended service. In establishing NPSHA, Mobil and the vendor should recognize the relationship between minimum continuous stable flow and the pumps suction specific speed. In general, minimum continuous stable flow, expressed as a percentage of flow at the pumps best efficiency point, increases as suction specific speed increases. However, other factors, such as the pumps energy level and hydraulic design, the pumped liquid, and the NPSH margin, also affect the pumps ability to operate satisfactorily over a wide flow range. Pump design that addresses low-flow operation is an evolving technology, and selection of suction specific speed levels and NPSH margins should take into account current industry and vendor experience.

5.1.12 Pumps that handle liquids more viscous than water shall have their water performance corrected in accordance with the "Centrifugal Pump Section" of the Hydraulic Institute Standards (Hydraulic Institute, 9 Sylvan Way, Parsippany, NJ 07054). Additional corrections may be necessary for viscosity effects on the rotor. These additional corrections shall be highlighted on the quotation data sheet and the proposal curve. Vendor shall demonstrate that the starting torque is sufficient to turn the rotor and meet the requirements of Paragraphs 7.1.5 to 7.1.12. 5.1.13 At the entrance of the lubricating/cooling circuit, pumps shall incorporate either a built-in centrifuge at the impeller or an external filter arrangement to remove solids suspended in the pumpage. 5.1.14 The lubricating/cooling system flow path shall be designed in a way that prevents dead spot areas where solids could settle out and obstruct flow.

MOBIL ENGINEERING GUIDE EGE 15-B-20 1993


PAGE 8 OF 77 JULY 1993

5.1.15 Pumps shall have stable head/capacity curves that rise continuously to shutoff. When parallel operation is specified, the head rise for one- and two-stage pumps shall be 10 percent to 20 percent of the head at rated capacity. To avoid excessive shutoff head, this percentage may be reduced for multistage pumps (pumps with three or more stages). 5.1.16 The best efficiency point for the furnished impeller shall preferably be between the rated point and the normal point. However, the rated point for pump selection shall not be more than 10 percent of the best efficiency point. 5.1.17 Pumps with heads greater than 198 m (650 ft) per stage and with more than 220 kW (300 hp) per stage may require special provisions. The provisions may be to reduce vane passing frequency vibration and low-frequency vibration at reduced flowrates. For these pumps, the radial clearance between the diffuser vane or volute tongue and the periphery of the impeller blade shall be at least 3 percent of the maximum impeller blade-tip radius for diffuser designs. And it shall be at least 6 percent of the maximum impeller blade-tip radius for volute designs. The maximum impeller blade-tip radius is the radius of the largest impeller that can be used within the pump casing. Percent clearance is calculated as follows:

P '
Where:
P = R-3 = R-2 =

100 (R&3 & R&2) (R&2)

(Eq. 2)

percent clearance. radius of volute or diffuser inlet tip. maximum impeller blade-tip radius.

5.1.18 Pumps of significantly higher energy levels than those specified in Paragraph 5.1.17 may require even larger clearances and other special construction features. For these pumps, specific requirements approved by Mobil shall be considered. Approval shall be based on operating experience with specific pump types. 5.1.19 Pumps and motor assemblies shall be capable of reverse rotation at 25 percent speed without damage to product-lubricated bearings. 5.1.20 When cooling is required based on the requirements of Paragraphs 5.1.17, 5.2.7, and 8.2.3, a cooling system approved by Mobil shall be incorporated. The type, pressure, and temperature of the cooling liquid will be specified on the data sheet. The vendor shall specify the required flow. Where necessary, an external heat exchanger shall be air- or water-cooled as specified on the data sheet.
NOTE: To avoid condensation, the minimum inlet water temperature to bearing housings should be above the ambient air temperature.

5.1.21 Cooling jackets in water service for required pump components shall have cleanout connections arranged so that the entire passageway can be mechanically cleaned, flushed, and drained. 5.1.22 Jacket cooling systems shall be designed to positively prevent the process stream from leaking into the coolant. Coolant passages shall not open into casing joints. 5.1.23 Unless otherwise specified, cooling water systems shall be designed for the conditions detailed in Table 2. Provision shall be made for complete venting and draining of the system.

MOBIL ENGINEERING GUIDE


JULY 1993 PAGE 9 OF 77

EGE 15-B-20 1993

TABLE 2 COOLING WATER SYSTEM DESIGN Customary Velocity over heat exchange surfaces Maximum allowable working pressure Test pressure Maximum pressure drop Maximum inlet temperature Maximum outlet temperature Maximum temperature rise Minimum temperature rise Fouling factor on waterside Shell corrosion allowance 5-8 ft/s Metric 1.5-2.5 m/s

$75 psig $115 psig


15 psi 90F 120F 30F 10F 2 0.002 h-ft @F/Btu 0.125 in.

$5.2 bar gage $7.9 bar gage


1 bar 32C 49C 17C 6C 2 0.35 m @K/kW 3.2 mm

NOTE: The vendor shall notify Mobil if the criteria for minimum temperature rise and velocity over heat exchange surfaces result in a conflict. The criterion for velocity over heat exchange surfaces is intended to minimize waterside fouling; the criterion for minimum temperature rise is intended to minimize the use of cooling water.

5.1.24 The arrangement of the equipment, including piping and auxiliaries, shall be developed jointly by Mobil and the vendor. The arrangement shall provide adequate clearance areas and safe access for operation and maintenance. 5.1.25 Motors, electrical components, and electrical installations shall be suitable for the area classification (class, group, and division) specified by Mobil on the data sheet and shall meet the requirements of NFPA 70, Articles 500 and 501, as well as local codes. 5.1.26 All equipment shall be designed to permit rapid and economical maintenance. Major parts such as casing components and bearing housings shall be designed (shouldered or doweled) and manufactured to ensure accurate alignment on reassembly. The mating faces of the pump casing and the bearing-housing assembly shall be fully machined to allow the parallelism of the assembled joint to be measured. If fully machined mating faces cannot be achieved in the design, four mating machined areas with minimum arc length of 25 mm (1 in.), located 90 degrees apart, shall be provided. 5.1.27 Cylindrical dowels or rabbeted fits shall be employed to align casing components, or the casing and cover, and to facilitate disassembly and reassembly. 5.1.28 Jackscrews shall be provided to facilitate disassembly of the casing. One of the contacting faces shall be relieved (counterbored or recessed) to prevent a leaking joint or an improper fit caused by marring. 5.1.29 The pump and its driver shall perform on their test stands and on their permanent foundation within the acceptance criteria specified in Paragraph 5.9.2. 5.1.30 Many factors (such as piping loads, alignment at operating conditions, supporting structure, handling during shipment, and handling and assembly at the site) may adversely affect site performance. When specified by Mobil to minimize the influence of these factors, the vendor shall do one or more of the following: (a) Review and comment on Mobils piping and foundation drawings.

MOBIL ENGINEERING GUIDE EGE 15-B-20 1993


PAGE 10 OF 77 JULY 1993

(b) Observe a check of the piping, performed by parting the flanges after installation. The pump coupling shall not move more than 50 m (0.002 in.) in any direction from "pipes loose" to "pipes tight." (c) Recheck the alignment of the pump and drive train at the operating temperature (MDP only). (d) Be present during the initial alignment check of the pump and drive train (MDP only). 5.1.31 Spare parts for the pump and all furnished auxiliaries shall meet all requirements of this Guide.

5.1.32 Mobil will specify installation and environmental condition on the pump data sheet. The unit and its auxiliaries shall be suitable for operation under these specified conditions. 5.1.33 Casings shall be designed to permit removal of the rotor or inner element without disconnecting the suction or discharge piping. 5.1.34 It shall be possible to completely flush all internal pump cavities and product circulating lines without disassembling the pump. 5.1.35 Diffuser or double-volute pumps are required for pumps with discharge nozzle sizes of 75 mm (3 in.) or larger. 5.1.36 Properties of the fluid being pumped are critical to the performance of the pump; the purchaser and vendor have a responsibility to exchange information. The purchaser should furnish on the data sheet information including but not limited to the following: NPSHA, temperature/vapor pressure curve, temperature/viscosity curve, specific heat, specific gravity, thermal conductivity, particle size, percent and distribution, and polymerization characteristics. The vendor shall furnish information including but not limited to the following: NPSHR, temperature rise based on fluid being pumped, effect of wear, hydraulic minimum flow, and thermal minimum flow. 5.1.37 Caution should be used when sizing the pumps. Oversizing the pump can cause excessive heat buildup. The excessive heat can be caused by MDP eddy currents or efficiency losses in canned motors. 5.1.38 Pumps pumping low specific gravity fluids may perform differently than pumps pumping fluids with specific gravities close to 1.0. Different specific gravities may affect thrust balance, mechanical stability, temperature rise, and power required. Purchaser should verify with vendor startup and commissioning conditions including the use of startup strainers. 5.2 Pressure Casings

5.2.1 Pumps designed in accordance with this Guide have a fundamental emphasis on absolute containment of the process fluids under all operating and upset conditions specified by Mobil. When specified, secondary containment design shall be provided to prevent any release in the event of a catastrophic failure of the primary containment shell. 5.2.2 The stress value used in design for any given material shall not exceed the values given for that material in Section VIII, Division 1, of the ASME Code. For cast materials, the factor specified in the Code shall be applied. Pressure casings of forged steel, rolled and welded plate, or seamless pipe with welded cover shall comply with the applicable rules of Section VIII, Division 1, of the ASME Code. Manufacturer's data report forms and stamping, as specified in the Code, are not required.

MOBIL ENGINEERING GUIDE


JULY 1993 PAGE 11 OF 77

EGE 15-B-20 1993

5.2.3 The pressure casing (including the secondary containment when specified) shall be designed for the maximum discharge pressure plus allowances for head and speed increases (see Paragraph 5.1.4) at the pumping temperature. The minimum corrosion allowance shall be 3.2 mm (1/8 in.) except as discussed below: (a) The stator liner (CMP), rotor can (CMP), or inner magnet can (MDP) shall be 316 stainless steel or higher alloy as specified on the data sheet. Stator rings, laminations, support rings, etc., may be used to allow this stator to meet the ASME Code stress requirements. However, the liner or can thickness shall not be less than 0.38 mm (0.015 in.). (b) The containment shell (MDP) shall be of Hastelloy material unless otherwise specified, and shell thickness shall be at least 0.74 mm (0.029 in.). Use of a nonmetallic containment shell requires the specific approval of the purchaser. 5.2.4 The maximum allowable working pressure shall apply to all parts referenced in the definition of pressure casing (see Section 3), except for double-casing pumps and horizontal multistage pumps. Regions of double-casing and horizontal multistage pumps that are subject only to the suction pressure need not be designed for the maximum allowable working pressure. Installation of relief valves on the suction side of such installations may be done by others. The purchaser will specify on the data sheet whether pump regions that are subject to the suction pressure are to be designed for the maximum allowable working pressure. 5.2.5 The inner casing of double-casing pumps shall be designed to withstand the maximum differential pressures or 3.4 bar gage (50 psig), whichever is greater. 5.2.6 Pumps with radially split casings are required and shall have metal-to-metal fits with confined controlled compression gaskets. 5.2.7 The vendor shall use solid metal, metal-clad, or confined and compression-restricted, spiral wound metal graphite foil gaskets conforming to API Standard 601 for design temperatures over 260C (500F). 5.2.8 The pump's pressure casing shall be capable of withstanding double the forces and moments in Table 3 applied simultaneously to the pump through each nozzle, plus internal pressure, without distortion that would impair operation of the pump or cause contact between stationary and rotating parts. 5.2.9 Centerline-supported pump casings shall be used for horizontal magnetic drive pumps with pumped fluid temperatures of 100C (212F) or higher. 5.2.10 Bores for O-ring seals shall have a surface finish of 3.2 m (125 in.) arithmetic average roughness (Ra) or better, shall have a radiused or chamfered lead-in, and shall be relieved to the region of the seal.

MOBIL ENGINEERING GUIDE EGE 15-B-20 1993


PAGE 12 OF 77 JULY 1993

TABLE 3 NOZZLE LOADINGS


NOTE: Each value shown below indicates a range from minus that value to plus that value; for example, 160 indicates a range from ! 160 to + 160.

Force/Moment* Each top nozzle FX FY FZ FR Each side nozzle FX FY FZ FR Each end nozzle FX FY FZ FR Each nozzle MX MY MZ MR

Nominal Size of Nozzle Flange (in.) 2 3 4 6 8 160 200 130 290 160 200 130 290 200 130 160 290 340 260 170 460 240 300 200 430 240 300 200 430 300 200 240 430 700 530 350 950 320 400 260 570 320 400 260 570 400 260 320 570 980 740 500 1330 560 700 460 1010 560 700 460 1010 700 460 560 1010 1700 1300 870 2310 850 1100 700 1560 850 1100 700 1560 1100 700 850 1560 2600 1900 1300 3500

10 1200 1500 1000 2200 1200 15001 000 2200 1500 1000 1200 2200 3700 2800 18005 000

12 1500 1800 1200 2600 1500 1800 1200 2600 1800 1200 1500 2600 4500 3400 2200 6100

14 1600 2000 1300 2900 1600 2000 1300 2900 2000 1300 1600 2900 4700 3500 2300 6300

16 1900 2300 1500 3300 1900 2300 1500 3300 2300 1500 1900 3300 5400 4000 2700 7200

______________ *F = force, in pounds; M = moment, in foot-pounds; R = resultant. See Figures 1 and 2 for orientation of nozzle loads (X, Y, and Z).

5.2.11

Bolting shall be furnished as follows:

(a) The details of threading shall conform to ASME B1.1. (b) The use of tapped holes in pressure parts shall be minimized. To prevent leakage in pressure sections of casings, sufficient metal, in addition to the allowance for corrosion, shall be left around and below the bottom of drilled and tapped holes. (c) Internal bolting shall be of a material fully resistant to corrosive attack by the pumped liquid. (d) Studs are preferred to capscrews. (e) Adequate clearance shall be provided at bolting locations to permit the use of socket or box wrenches.

MOBIL ENGINEERING GUIDE


JULY 1993 PAGE 13 OF 77

EGE 15-B-20 1993

5.3 5.3.1

Nozzles and Pressure Casing Connections Suction and Discharge Nozzles

(a) Suction and discharge nozzles shall be flanged. One- and two-stage pumps shall have suction and discharge flanges of equal rating. (b) Openings for NPS 11/4, 21/2, 31/2, 5, 7, and 9 shall not be used. (c) Flanges shall conform to ASME B16.1, B16.5, or B16.42 as applicable, except for the following: (1) Flat-faced flanges with full raised-face thickness are acceptable on casings other than cast iron. (2) Flanges that are thicker or have a larger outside diameter than that required by ASME are acceptable. (d) Flanges shall be full- or spot-faced on the back and shall be designed for through bolting. Flange studs are not acceptable. (e) Radially split horizontal pumps shall have top-oriented suction nozzles when the suction line or header is overhead. These pumps shall have either side or end suction nozzles when the suction line or header is at or below the pump centerline.

MOBIL ENGINEERING GUIDE EGE 15-B-20 1993


PAGE 14 OF 77 JULY 1993

5.3.2

Pressure Casing Connections

(a) Openings for NPS 11/4, 21/2, 31/2, 5, 7, and 9 shall not be used. (b) To withstand effects of vibration, connections shall be at least NPS 1/2 for pumps with discharge nozzle openings of NPS 2 or smaller. Connections shall be at least NPS 3/4 for pumps with discharge nozzle openings of NPS 3 and larger. Piping connections and piping for product lubricated bearing may be NPS 1/2 without regard to pump size. (c) For nonflammable and nontoxic liquids, auxiliary connections to the pressure casing may be threaded. Pipe threads shall be taper threads conforming to ASME B1.20.1. Tapped openings and bosses for pipe threads shall conform to ASME B16.5. (d) For flammable or toxic liquids, auxiliary connections to the pressure casing shall be socket welded, buttwelded, or integrally flanged. Field connections shall terminate in a flange or a valve. (e) Connections welded to the casing shall meet the material requirements of the casing, including impact values, rather than the requirements of the connected piping. (f) Pipe nipples should not be more than 150 mm (6 in.) in length and shall be a minimum of Schedule 160 seamless for sizes NPS 2 and smaller and a minimum of Schedule 80 for sizes NPS 2 and larger. (g) Tapped openings not connected to piping shall be plugged with round-head plugs furnished in accordance with the dimensional requirements of ASME B16.11. These plugs shall meet the material requirements of the casing. Threads shall be lubricated. Plastic plugs are not permitted. (h) Machined and studded customer connections shall conform to the facing and drilling requirements of ASME B16.5. Studs and nuts shall be furnished installed. The first 11/2 threads at both ends of each stud shall be removed. (i) All connections shall be suitable for the hydrostatic test pressure of the region of the casing to which they are attached. (j) Drain connections are required. They shall be located to permit complete drainage of the pump casing (which can have more than one low point) and shall be easily accessible for operation while the pump is mounted on its grouted baseplate. Where threaded drain connections are supplied, a pipe nipple shall be seal welded (all threads covered) to the casing (unless otherwise specified on the data sheet) and at all other threaded connections, except that seal welding is not permitted for pumps in hydrofluoric (HF) acid service. The casing-to-pipe-nipple seal weld shall be postweld heat treated if the casing is made of an air-hardenable material. Materials shall be equal in corrosion resistance to the pump casing. A plugged gate valve shall be supplied on the nipple to permit drainage. (k) When specified, pumps shall be provided with vent connection. Vent connections may be omitted if the pump is made self venting by the arrangement of the nozzles. If vent connection is necessary, this may be achieved by providing a vent connection that will be piped to a suitable point by others.
NOTE: As a guide, a pump is considered self venting if the arrangement and casing configuration permit adequate venting of gases from the first-stage impeller volute area and lubrication/cooling circuit to prevent loss of prime during the starting sequence.

MOBIL ENGINEERING GUIDE


JULY 1993 PAGE 15 OF 77

EGE 15-B-20 1993

(l) 5.4

When specified, pressure gage connections shall be provided.

External Nozzle Forces and Moments

Pumps with nozzles 16 inches and smaller in size and with casings constructed of steel or alloy steel shall be capable of satisfactory operation when subjected to the forces and moments shown in Table 3. The vendor shall submit allowable nozzle loadings for pump flanges larger than 16 inches and for pump casings constructed of material other than steel or alloy steel. The range of allowable forces and moments given in Table 3 (see Figures 1 and 2 for orientation) shall be used by the vendor for pump and baseplate design. Two effects of nozzle loading are considered: distortion of the pump casing and misalignment of the pump and driver shafts. Allowable forces and moments for vertical in-line pumps shall be double the values shown in Table 3 for side nozzles. 5.4.1 The vendor shall provide a heavy-duty baseplate and support in accordance with Paragraph 7.5 to simplify piping layouts by allowing higher loads from piping. 5.4.2 When subjected to forces and moments double those described in Table 3, the baseplates shall be adequate to limit the shaft displacement for magnetic drive pumps measured at the coupling on the installed pump to a maximum of 125 m (0.005 in.) in any direction. 5.4.3 The vendor shall furnish calculations or test data for shaft displacement at the coupling, with forces and moments applied according to Paragraph 5.4.2. 5.5 Rotating Elements

5.5.1 Unless otherwise approved by Mobil, impellers shall be of the fully enclosed type and constructed as single-piece castings. When agreed upon with Mobil, open or semi-open impellers may be furnished. The use of fabricated impellers requires Mobil's specific approval. 5.5.2 Impellers shall be secured to the pump shaft and shall be retained against circumferential movement by keying. Pinning of impellers is not acceptable. Overhung impellers shall be secured to the shaft by a capscrew or capnut that does not expose shaft threads. The securing device shall be threaded to tighten by liquid drag on the impeller during normal rotation, and a positive mechanical locking method is required. For example, a staked and corrosion-resistant setscrew or a tongue-type washer. Capscrews shall have fillets and a reduced-diameter shank to decrease stress concentrations. 5.5.3 Impellers for multistage pumps shall be individually secured against axial movement in either direction along the shaft. An interference fit is not considered a positive axial locking method. 5.5.4 Shafts shall be of ample size to transmit the maximum torque required under any specified operating conditions, including those required by Paragraphs 5.1.3 and 5.1.4. Shafts shall also be capable of continuously withstanding all stresses that result from supported weights, thrusts, and starting, including across-the-line motor starting. 5.5.5 thick. Shaft sleeves shall be positively secured to the shaft and shall not be less than 3.2 mm (1/8 in.)

5.5.6 Shafts shall be machined and finished throughout their length so that the total indicated runout is not more than 25 m (0.001 in.). 5.5.7 The total indicated runout of the radial bearing sleeves when mounted on the shaft shall not exceed 38 m (0.0015 in.).

MOBIL ENGINEERING GUIDE EGE 15-B-20 1993


PAGE 16 OF 77 JULY 1993

5.5.8 To obtain satisfactory sleeve bearing performance, avoid shaft breakage, and prevent internal wear or seizure, the shaft stiffness for one- and two-stage horizontal pumps shall limit the total shaft deflection under the most severe dynamic conditions. The shaft stiffness shall be reviewed over the complete head/capacity curve with a maximum-diameter impeller and the specified speed and fluid. The maximum deflection shall be 50 m (0.002 in.) at the back of the impeller or impeller thrust collar and less than half the minimum diametral clearance at all sleeve bearings and wear rings. The limit on shaft deflection can be achieved by a combination of shaft diameter, shaft span or overhang, and casing design (including the use of dual volutes or diffusers). 5.5.9 The maximum impeller diameter for a single-stage overhung pump operating at 3600 rpm and higher shall be limited to 375 mm (15 in.). 5.5.10 In-line pumps with double-suction impellers are not acceptable.

5.5.11 Impellers shall have solid hubs. Impellers made from a cored pattern are acceptable if the core is completely filled with a suitable metal that has a melting point of not less than 260C (500F) for pumps with cast iron casings and not less than 538C (1000F) for cast steel pumps.
NOTE: The requirement to fill cored impeller hubs is intended to minimize the danger to personnel when impellers are removed by heating.

5.5.12 Unless otherwise specified, all impellers shall be two-plane spin balanced to the values given in Paragraph 5.9.4. 5.5.13 Where the available NPSH is limited, an inducer may be offered with purchaser's agreement. Where it replaces the impeller locknut, the inducer shall be positively locked as defined in Paragraph 5.5.2. Vendor shall supply actual NPSH predicted over operating range of a pump.
NOTE: An inducer can mean a more favorable pump speed, NPSH, or more compact pump layouts. The inducer, in its usual form, resembles an extension of the impeller blades on the inlet side. The most practical and successful designs apply a simple form of the Archimedean screw, generally with two or three blades, each with a sweepback from the hub to the outside diameter. The major advantage of the inducer is that it can accept fluid flow that has lower energy than the minimum accepted by a normal centrifugal pump impeller without producing cavitation. The helix angle of the blades is selected to bite cleanly into the oncoming liquid, even at maximum flowrate. An inducer may reduce the range of operation.

5.5.14 The inner rotor of a magnetic drive pump shall be an internal rotating assembly consisting of an impeller, shaft, and inner drive member. The drive member (torque ring or inner magnetic ring) shall be keyed to the inner rotor shaft. The drive member of a canned motor pump may have an interference fit. 5.5.15 The outer drive rotor of magnetic drive pumps (outer magnet ring) shall be keyed to the power end drive shaft. The clearance between the frame housing and the outer rotor shall be less than the clearance between the outer rotor and the containment shell. This clearance shall be over the entire length of the outer rotor to provide maximum protection to the containment shell. The outer rotor shall be mounted on a shaft with a tapered end to ensure positive centering of the outer rotor on the drive shaft. 5.6 Wear Rings

5.6.1 Unless otherwise specified, renewable wear rings shall be furnished on the casing. When specified by Mobil on the data sheet, impellers over 150 mm (6 in.) in diameter shall be furnished with wear rings. Impeller front and back wear rings shall be furnished if required for axial balance when impellers are over 150 mm (6 in.). Pumping vanes shall not be used to establish axial balance. 5.6.2 On multistage horizontal pumps, renewable casing bushings and interstage shaft sleeves, or

MOBIL ENGINEERING GUIDE


JULY 1993 PAGE 17 OF 77

EGE 15-B-20 1993

the equivalent, shall be provided at all interstage points. 5.6.3 Mating wear surfaces of hardenable materials shall have a difference in Brinell hardness number of at least 100, unless both the stationary and the rotating wear surfaces have Brinell hardness numbers greater than 400. 5.6.4 Renewable wear rings shall be held in place by a press fit with locking pins or threaded dowels (axial or radial) or by flanged and threaded methods. Other methods, including tack welding and threading to the impeller or casing (usually against rotation), require Mobils approval. The diameter of a hole in a wear ring for a radial pin or threaded dowel shall not be more than one-third the width of the wear ring. 5.6.5 Running clearances shall meet the following requirements:

(a) When running clearances are established between wear rings and between other moving parts, consideration shall be given to pumping temperatures, suction conditions, the character of the liquid handled, the thermal expansion and galling characteristics of the materials, and hydraulic efficiency. Clearances shall be sufficient to assure dependability of operation and freedom from seizure under operating conditions. (b) For cast iron, bronze, hardened 11-13 percent chromium steel, and materials with similar low galling tendencies, the minimum clearances given in Table 4 shall be used. For materials with higher galling tendencies, and for all materials operating at temperatures above 260C (500F), 125 m (0.005 in.) shall be added to these diametral clearances. (c) Thrust-balancing devices on multistage pumps shall have the manufacturer's standard clearances, provided these clearances are stated as exceptions to this standard in the proposal and are approved by Mobil.

MOBIL ENGINEERING GUIDE EGE 15-B-20 1993


PAGE 18 OF 77 JULY 1993

TABLE 4 MINIMUM RUNNING CLEARANCES Diameter of Rotating Member at Clearance (in.) <2 2.000 2.499 2.500 2.999 3.000 3.499 3.500 3.999 4.000 4.499 4.500 4.999 5.000 5.999 6.000 6.999 7.000 7.999 8.000 8.999 9.000 9.999 10.000 10.999 11.000 11.999 12.000 12.999 13.000 13.999 14.000 14.999 15.000 15.999 16.000 16.999 Minimum Diametral Clearance (in.) 0.010 0.011 0.012 0.014 0.016 0.016 0.016 0.017 0.018 0.019 0.020 0.021 0.022 0.023 0.024 0.025 0.026 0.027 0.028

5.7 5.7.1

Materials General

(a) Material for pump parts shall be in accordance with Appendix A, except that alternative materials recommended for the service by the vendor shall be listed on the data sheet and be subject to Mobil approval. Auxiliary piping materials are covered in Table 5. Pump parts designated as ASTM materials in Appendix A shall meet the requirements of the ASTM specification listed for that material in Appendix B. Pump parts not designated as ASTM materials in Appendix A shall be made from materials with the applicable ASTM composition listed in Appendix A but need not meet the other requirements of the ASTM specification. (b) Materials shall be identified in the proposal with their applicable ASTM, AISI, ASME, or SAE (Society of Automotive Engineers, 400 Commonwealth Drive, Warrendale, Pennsylvania 15096) numbers, including the material grade (see Appendix A). When no designation is available, the vendors material specification, giving physical properties, chemical composition, and test requirements, shall be included in the proposal. (c) The vendor shall specify the ASTM optional tests and inspection procedures necessary to ensure that materials are satisfactory for the service. Such tests and inspections shall be listed in the proposal. Mobil will consider specifying additional tests and inspections, especially for materials in critical service, on the data sheet. (d) Classification of pump materials shall be in accordance with the following: (1) Pressure casing parts of pumps that are to handle flammable, combustible, or toxic liquids shall be of carbon steel or alloy steel. (2) Cast iron construction may be offered for other services.

MOBIL ENGINEERING GUIDE


JULY 1993 PAGE 19 OF 77

EGE 15-B-20 1993

(3) Use of cast iron impellers requires specific Mobil approval; they shall not be used in pumps with more than two stages. (e) If austenitic stainless steel parts exposed to conditions that promote intergranular corrosion are to be fabricated, hard faced, overlaid, or repaired by welding, they shall be made of low-carbon or stabilized grades.
NOTE: Overlays or hard surfaces that contain more than 0.1 percent carbon can sensitize both low-carbon and stabilized grades of austenitic stainless steel unless a buffer layer that is not sensitive to intergranular corrosion is applied.

(f) Materials, casting factors, and the quality of any welding shall be equal to those required by Section VIII, Division 1, of the ASME Code. The manufacturers data report forms, as specified in the Code, are not required. (g) When specified for pressure casing parts, impellers, and shafts, the vendor shall furnish chemical and mechanical data for the heat from which the material is supplied. (h) Any corrosive agents present in the motive and process fluids and in the environment, including constituents that may cause stress corrosion cracking, shall be specified on the data sheet. (i) Minor parts that are not identified (such as nuts, springs, washers, gaskets, and keys) shall have corrosion resistance at least equal to that of specified parts in the same environment. Gasket or seal material between the shaft and the shaft sleeve shall be verified by the vendor as being satisfactory for the service conditions.
NOTE: When dissimilar materials with significantly different electrical potentials are placed in contact in the presence of an electrolytic solution, galvanic couples that can result in serious corrosion of the less-noble material may be created. If such conditions exist, vendor shall consult purchasers Facilities group for guidance and approval.

(j) The vendor shall use materials with dissimilar galling tendencies when mating parts such as studs and nuts of AISI Standard Type 300 stainless steel or materials with similar galling tendencies. They shall be lubricated with a suitable antiseizure compound. (k) When H2S is present, the following items shall apply: (1) Materials with a yield strength of more than 6200 bar (90,000 psi) or hardness of more than Rockwell C22 shall not be used for the following components if the components will be exposed to any amount of H2S, including trace quantities. These yield strength and hardness restrictions may be modified in accordance with NACE MR0175. The pressure casing (secondary, if specified). Shafting (including wetted shaft nuts). Balance pistons. Impellers. Wetted bolting.

(2) Renewable wear rings that must be hardened above Rockwell C22 for proper pump operation are acceptable. When approved by Mobil, wear surfaces may be hardened by the application of a suitable coating in lieu of furnishing renewable wear rings.

MOBIL ENGINEERING GUIDE EGE 15-B-20 1993


PAGE 20 OF 77 JULY 1993

(3) Wetted parts subject to welding, including fabrication and tack welding (for example, removable wear rings), shall be stress relieved so that both the welds and the heat-affected zones meet the yield strength and hardness requirements of this paragraph. Hastelloy liners may be fusion welded to 316L end plates without stress relief or postweld heat treatment per ASME Code, Section VIII, UNF-56 and UHA-32. (l) Low-carbon steels can be notch sensitive and susceptible to brittle fracture at ambient or low temperatures. Therefore, only fully killed, normalized steels made to fine-grain practice are acceptable. The use of ASTM A515 steel is prohibited.
NOTE: To avoid brittle failure during operation, maintenance, transportation, erection, and testing, good design practices shall be followed in the selection of fabrication methods, welding procedures, and materials for vendor-furnished carbon steel piping and appurtenances that may be subject to temperatures below the ductile-brittle transition point. The published design-allowable stresses for many materials in the ASME Code are based on minimum tensile properties and do not differentiate between rimmed, semikilled, fully killed, hot-rolled, and normalized material, nor do they take into account whether materials were produced under fine- or coarse-grain practice.

(m) For operating temperatures below !29C (!20F) or when specified for low ambient temperatures, steels shall have, at the lowest specified temperature, an impact strength sufficient to qualify under the minimum Charpy V-notch impact energy requirements of Section VIII, Division 1, UG-84, of the ASME Code. For materials and thicknesses not covered by the Code, Mobil will specify the requirements on the data sheet. (n) For the selection of materials other than austenitic stainless steel for service below !29C (!20F), vendor shall require a Charpy V-notch impact test of the base metal and weld joint. (o) Internal bolting shall be made of material fully resistant to corrosive attack by the pumped liquid. (p) Extruded components with more than 5 percent of cold work will be solution annealed to minimize stress corrosion cracking. 5.7.2 Castings

(a) Castings shall be sound and free from porosity, hot tears, shrink holes, blowholes, cracks, scale, blisters, and similar injurious defects. Surfaces of castings shall be cleaned by sandblasting, shotblasting, chemical cleaning, or any other standard method. Mold-parting fins and remains of gates and risers shall be chipped, filed, or ground flush. (b) The use of chaplets in pressure castings shall be held to a minimum. The chaplets shall be clean and corrosion-free (plating permitted) and of a composition compatible with the casing. (c) Ferrous castings shall not be repaired by welding, peening, plugging, burning in, or impregnating, except as permitted in Items (d) and (e). (d) Weldable grades of steel castings may be repaired by welding, using a qualified welding procedure based on the requirements of Section VIII, Division 1, and Section IX of the ASME Code. Unless otherwise specified, weld repairs shall be inspected according to the same quality standard used to inspect the casting. (e) Proposed procedures for repair welds to alloy steel cases shall be submitted for Mobil approval before the repairs are made. (f) Fully enclosed cored voids, including voids closed by plugging, are prohibited.

(g) All castings shall be inspected in accordance with the requirements of EGE 00-B-20.

MOBIL ENGINEERING GUIDE


JULY 1993 PAGE 21 OF 77

EGE 15-B-20 1993

5.7.3

Welding

(a) Welding of piping, pressure-containing parts, and wetted parts, as well as any weld repairs to such parts, shall be performed and inspected by operators; procedures shall be in accordance with Section VIII, Division 1, and Section IX of the ASME Code. Piping welds to the case shall be made before heat treating and hydrostatic testing of the case. (b) The vendor shall be responsible for the review of all repairs and repair welds to ensure that they are properly heat treated and nondestructively examined for soundness and compliance with the applicable qualified procedures [see Item (f)]. (c) Welded attachment of suction and discharge nozzles shall be by means of full-fusion, full-penetration welds. Weldments of dissimilar metals are not allowed. Mobil will specify on the data sheet whether radiographic, magnetic particle, or liquid penetrant inspection of nozzle welds is required. (d) Unless otherwise specified, all welding other than that covered by Section VIII, Division 1, of the ASME Code and ASME B31.3, such as welding on baseplates, nonpressure ducting, lagging, and control panels, shall be performed in accordance with AWS D1.1 or, at the vendors option, in accordance with the requirements applied to the pressure-containing parts of the pump. (e) Inspection of repair welds on magnetic materials shall be performed in accordance with magnetic particle inspection. Inspection of repair welds on nonmagnetic materials shall be performed in accordance with liquid penetrant inspection. See EGE 00-B-21. (f) Pressure-containing casings made of wrought materials or combinations of wrought and cast materials shall conform to the following conditions: (1) Plate edges shall be inspected by magnetic particle or liquid penetrant examination as required by Section VIII, Division 1, UG-93(d)(3), of the ASME Code. (2) Accessible surfaces of welds shall be inspected by magnetic particle or liquid penetrant examination after back chipping or gouging and again after postweld heat treatment or, for austenitic stainless steels, after solution annealing. (3) Pressure-containing welds, including welds of the case to horizontal- and vertical-joint flanges and welds of canned motor liner/rotor assemblies, shall be full-fusion, full-penetration welds. (4) Fabricated casings (regardless of thickness) shall be postweld heat treated in accordance with Section VIII, Division 1, of the ASME Code. Secondary containment casing welds do not require postweld heat treatment. (g) Connections welded to pressure casings shall be installed as follows: (1) Mobil will specify whether radiographic, magnetic particle, or liquid penetrant inspection of welds is required on the data sheet. (2) Auxiliary piping welded to alloy steel casings shall be of a material with the same nominal properties as the casing material or shall be of low-carbon austenitic stainless steel. Other materials compatible with the casing material and intended service may be used with Mobils approval. (3) All welds shall be heat treated in accordance with the methods described in Section VIII,

MOBIL ENGINEERING GUIDE EGE 15-B-20 1993


PAGE 22 OF 77 JULY 1993

Division 1, UW-40, of the ASME Code. (4) When specified, proposed connection designs shall be submitted to Mobil for approval before fabrication. The drawings shall show weld designs, size, materials, and preweld and postweld heat treatments. 5.7.4 Low Temperature

For operating temperatures below !29C (!20F), or when specified for other low ambient temperatures, an impact strength sufficient to qualify under the minimum Charpy V-notch impact energy requirements of Section VIII, Division 1, UG-84, of the ASME Code should be used. For materials and thicknesses not covered by the Code, Mobil will specify the requirements on the data sheet. 5.8 Nameplates and Rotation Arrows

5.8.1 A nameplate shall be securely attached at an easily accessible point on the equipment and on any other major piece of auxiliary equipment. 5.8.2 The nameplate shall be stamped with the following information:

(a) Equipment tag number. (b) Vendor's size and model number. (c) Pump serial number. (d) Capacity, in m /h (US gpm). (e) Pumping head, in m (ft). (f) Casing hydrostatic test pressure, in bar (psi).
3

(g) Speed, in rpm. (h) Bearing manufacturer's identification numbers, if applicable. 5.8.3 In addition to being stamped on the nameplate, the pump serial number shall be plainly stamped on the pump casing. 5.8.4 Each pump shall carry an arrow indicating the correct direction of rotation. Rotation arrows may be cast into the pump casing. Nameplates and rotation arrows shall be of AISI Standard Type 300 stainless steel or nickel-copper alloy (Monel or its equivalent). Attachment pins shall be of the same material. Welding is not permitted. 5.8.5 Pumps fitted with bearings or other components made of silicon carbide or other brittle materials shall carry a notice clearly warning that careful handling is necessary. 5.9 5.9.1 Dynamics Critical Speeds

(a) Lateral critical speeds are not usually a matter of concern for single-stage overhung or vertical in-line pumps. Their first lateral critical speed (dry) is usually above their operating speed.

MOBIL ENGINEERING GUIDE


JULY 1993 PAGE 23 OF 77

EGE 15-B-20 1993

(b) Depending on pump design, the first lateral critical speed (wet) of multistage and high-speed pumps may coincide with the operating speed, particularly as internal clearances increase with wear. A rotor dynamics analysis can predict when this coincidence is likely and whether the resulting rotor vibration will be acceptable. (c) Resonances of support systems (base, frame, and bearing housing) within the vendors scope of supply shall not occur at any speed from 10 percent below to 10 percent above the operating speed range. (d) The vendor who is specified to have unit responsibility shall determine that the drive train critical speeds (rotor lateral, system torsional, and the like) are compatible with the critical speeds of the machinery being supplied. Also, that the combination of machinery is suitable for the specified operating speed range, including any starting-speed detent (hold-point) requirements of the train. A list of all undesirable speeds from zero to trip shall be submitted by the vendor with his proposal and shall be included in the instruction manual [see Paragraph 10.2.5(f), mag drive specific]. 5.9.2 Lateral Analysis

(a) When specified on the data sheet for multistage pumps, the vendor shall perform a lateral critical speed analysis for each machine to assure acceptable amplitudes of vibration at any speed from zero to trip. (b) The lateral critical speed analysis shall include both wet and dry criticals and shall be calculated both at design clearances and at twice design clearances. (c) When specified, all the equipment in the train shall be included in the response analysis. 5.9.3 Torsional Analysis

(a) Excitations of torsional resonances may come from many sources, which should be considered in the analysis. These sources may include but are not limited to the following: (1) Gear problems such as unbalance and pitch line runout.

(2) Startup conditions such as speed defects (under inertial impedances) and other torsional oscillations. (3) (4) (5) Torsional transients such as startups of synchronous and variable-speed electric motors. Torsional excitation from drivers such as electric motors and reciprocating engines. Hydraulic governor control-loop resonances.

(b) The torsional resonances of the complete train shall be at least 10 percent below any possible excitation frequency within the specified operating speed range from minimum to maximum continuous speed. (c) Pumps shall operate smoothly in accordance with Paragraph 5.9.4(b) while accelerating to their rated speed. Variable-speed pumps shall operate smoothly in accordance with Paragraph 5.9.4(b) throughout their speed range. (d) At any speed greater than the maximum continuous speed, up to and including the trip speed of the driver, the vibration shall not exceed 150 percent of the maximum value recorded at the maximum continuous speed.

MOBIL ENGINEERING GUIDE EGE 15-B-20 1993


PAGE 24 OF 77 JULY 1993

5.9.4

Vibration and Balancing

(a) Major rotating components, such as impellers and balancing drums, shall be dynamically component balanced to the residual unbalance limits given in the equation below. The maximum allowable residual unbalance per plane (journal) shall be calculated as follows:

UMAX
In SI units, this translates to

' 4W
N

(Eq. 3a)

UMAX

' 6350W
N

(Eq. 3b)

Where: UMAX = residual unbalance, in g-mm (oz.-in.). W = journal static weight load, in kg (lb). N = maximum continuous speed, in rpm. (b) The vibration amplitude for all pumps shall be measured on the bearing housing with an accelerometer during the shop test. Test shall be conducted at rated speed and any capacity ranging from the vendors recommended minimum flow to 10 percent above rated capacity. Vibration amplitudes shall not exceed an unfiltered velocity of 5 mm/s (0.2 in./s) or a filtered velocity of 2.5 mm/s (0.1 in./s) peak-to-peak at running speed, blade passing frequency, and other specified frequencies.
(c) For magnetic drive pumps, vibration readings in any direction shall be taken at the position of the bearings for the input shaft and on the flange joining the bearing housing to the pressure casing. For canned motor pumps, vibration readings in any direction shall be taken at the flange joining the pump pressure casing to the motor casing and also on the nondrive end of the motor. 5.10 Product Lubricated Bearings

5.10.1 All bearings shall be sized for continuous operation over the entire operating flow range (minimum to maximum flow) of the pump. All loads shall be determined at design internal clearances and also at two times design internal clearances. All bearings shall provide full load capacities when the pumps normal direction of rotation is reversed. 5.10.2 Product lubricated radial bearings shall be precision-bored sleeve type. These bearings shall be equipped with antirotation devices and shall be positively secured in the axial direction. The minimum operating clearance point within the pump shall be at the bearings. 5.10.3 The vendor shall establish the criteria (temperature, pressure, flow, bearings, impeller, bearing lubrication plan, and design) required to maintain a stable liquid film in the product-lubricated bearings. There shall be a product temperature margin of at least 11C (20F) at all points in the product lubricated bearing area over the entire operating flow range (minimum to maximum flow) of the pump. Mobil will specify the bubble point temperature and resultant vapor-liquid mixture percentages of the fluid for specific pressure and temperature conditions. Use of external cooling water to achieve this product temperature margin is not recommended. However, if it is required, the cooler shall be rated with an allowance for fouling and for an ambient temperature of 43C (110F). Mobil will specify the fouling factor. 5.10.4 Radial bearings shall have a surface finish of not more than 0.4 m (16 in.) Ra. After mounting,

MOBIL ENGINEERING GUIDE


JULY 1993 PAGE 25 OF 77

EGE 15-B-20 1993

the total indicated runout shall not exceed 12.5 m (0.0005 in.). 5.10.5 All stationary journal bearing materials shall be supplied with outer sleeves.

5.10.6 Silicon carbide bearings, and other materials with low coefficients of thermal expansion, shall have a radial clearance that is designed to accommodate relative thermal expansions at the maximum operating temperature specified on the pump data sheet. 5.10.7 When silicon carbide bearings are specified on the data sheet, only alpha-sintered grades shall be furnished. Reaction-bonded and beta-grade silicon require specific Mobil approval. 5.10.8 Product lubricated bearing and replaceable sleeve materials shall be corrosion, erosion, and abrasion resistant and capable of operating continuously for a minimum of 25,000 hours. This requirement shall be met for any operating point between minimum stable flow and end of curve condition. The pump vendor shall provide evidence that, with the predicted bearing loads and lubricating properties of the pumped fluid, this specified bearing life can be achieved. 5.10.9 5.10.10 Bearing designs that aid in removing heat and help flush out foreign particles are preferred. The bearing housings shall be designed to avoid the formation of gas pockets.

5.10.11 Pumps utilizing a two-bearing radial bearing construction are required. Single-bearing design will be considered if the vendor has similar pumps installed and with proven operation for at least two years under similar operating conditions. 5.10.12 Pump designs that require line boring of bearings during normal bearing replacement in the field shall be identified by the vendor at the time of inquiry and accepted by purchaser. 5.10.13 Thrust bearings shall be sized for continuous operation under all specified conditions, including maximum differential pressure. All loads shall be determined at design internal clearances and also at two times design internal clearances. Thrust bearings shall provide full load capabilities if the pump's normal axial hydraulic load direction is reversed. 5.10.14 Product lubricated thrust bearings shall be designed for continuous lubrication to each side. The surface finish of product lubricated radial bearings, bearing journals, product lubricated thrust bearings, and thrust collars must take into account the specified range of viscosities. The minimum surface finish of the bearing journals and thrust collars shall exceed 0.2 m (8 in.) Ra. 5.10.15 Thrust collars (washers) shall be positively locked to the shaft to prevent fretting.

5.10.16 Hydrodynamic thrust bearings selected shall be rated at no more than 50 percent of the bearing manufacturer's ultimate load rating during continuous operation with the maximum load(s) as specified in Paragraph 5.10.13. 6. ACCESSORIES 6.1 Instrumentation

Instrumentation shall be provided as specified in the data sheet and in accordance with referenced instrument specifications. 6.1.1 Temperature Gages

MOBIL ENGINEERING GUIDE EGE 15-B-20 1993


PAGE 26 OF 77 JULY 1993

Dial-type temperature gages shall be heavy duty and corrosion resistant. They shall be at least 125 mm (5 in.) in diameter and bimetallic or mercury filled. Black printing on a white background is standard for gages. 6.1.2 Thermowells

Temperature gages that are in contact with flammable or toxic liquids or that are located in pressurized or flooded lines shall be furnished with separable threaded solid-bar thermowells at least 19 mm (3/4 in.) in diameter and shall be of AISI Standard Type 300 stainless steel or another material more compatible with the liquid. For other services, temperature gages may be mounted in the flowing liquid. 6.1.3 Pressure Gages

Pressure gages shall be furnished with AISI Standard Type 316 stainless steel bourdon tubes and stainless steel movements, 100 mm (4 in.) dials, and 13 mm (1/2 in.) National Pipe Thread (NPT) male alloy steel connections. Black printing on a white background is standard for gages. When specified, oil-filled gages shall be furnished in locations subject to vibration. Gage ranges shall be selected so that the normal operating pressure is at the middle of the gages range. In no case, however, shall the maximum reading on the dial be less than the applicable relief valve setting plus 10 percent. Each pressure gage shall be provided with a device such as a disk insert or blowout back designed to relieve excess case pressure. 6.1.4 Temperature Sensors

Temperature sensors shall be platinum, 100 Ohm RTDs. Probe-type sensors are preferred for ease of installation and shall be 6 mm (1/4 in.), 316 SS sheath 3-wire configuration and, when applicable, bayonet spring loaded. 6.1.5 Monitoring Instrumentation

(a) When specified on the data sheet, provision shall be made for mounting vibration accelerometers. The accelerometers and their mounting and calibration shall be in accordance with API Standard 670. (b) When specified on the data sheet, monitors with connecting cables to vibration, axial-position, or temperature detectors shall be supplied and/or installed and calibrated in accordance with API Standard 670. (c) When specified on the data sheet, a mechanical or electrical wear indicator shall be provided that detects both axial and radial wear. (d) When specified on the data sheet, magnetic drive pumps shall have at least one temperature sensor on the outside of the primary containment shell. (e) All pumps shall have a temperature probe that measures the temperature of lubricant circulating in the bearing and magnet area. (f) All pumps shall have pump power monitoring to detect pump running dry condition for magnetic drive coupling as applicable. (g) When specified on the data sheet, pump power shall be monitored with motor current sensors. The vendor shall specify normal and recommended alarm and shutdown conditions. (h) Leakage monitoring is required for all pumps in the secondary containment area to detect primary containment shell leakage for all pumps handling flammable, toxic, or highly corrosive fluids.

MOBIL ENGINEERING GUIDE


JULY 1993 PAGE 27 OF 77

EGE 15-B-20 1993

(i) When specified, leakage into the secondary control casing shall be monitored with suitable instrumentation that is mounted and located in accordance with Appendix E. (1) For pumpage with relatively high vapor pressure (such that leakage would collect at atmospheric pressure and temperature), an optical moisture sensor and sight glass shall be located in a collection area of the secondary containment shell. (2) For pumpage with a relatively low vapor pressure (such that leakage would not collect at atmospheric pressure and temperature), a pressure switch shall be located in the secondary containment shell. A secondary sealing device shall be utilized to create back pressure to activate the pressure switch. (j) All instrumentation penetrating the secondary pressure-control casing shall be rated for the maximum design pressure. (k) Pressure switches shall be double-pole, double-throw type with explosionproof housing and AISI Standard Type 316 stainless steel wetted parts and 1/2 inch NPT male connections, or as specified for the service. (l) Differential pressure indicators shall be furnished when filters are installed in the pump liquid circulation line. (m) Thermostats embedded in the winding of canned motor pumps are required for protection against overheating. Three thermostats shall be provided, one for each phase. If these are in contact with the fluid and the wires pass through a gland, the wire must be single-strand and not multistrand. Rating shall be for the class of insulation utilized or otherwise specified. 6.2 6.2.1 Piping and Appurtenances General

(a) Auxiliary systems are defined as piping systems that are in the following services: (1) (2) (3) (4) Auxiliary process fluids. Steam. Cooling water. Lubricating oil.

Auxiliary systems shall comply with the requirements of Table 5. Where the vendor considers these to be inappropriate, alternatives shall be submitted for Mobils approval.
NOTE: Casing connections are discussed in Paragraph 5.3.2.

(b) Piping systems shall include piping, isolating valves, control valves, relief valves, pressure reducers, orifices, temperature gages and thermowells, pressure gages, sight flow indicators, and all related vents and drains. Such systems shall be fully assembled and installed. (c) The vendor shall furnish all piping systems, including mounted appurtenances, located within the confines of the baseplate or as stated in the order/inquiry.

MOBIL ENGINEERING GUIDE EGE 15-B-20 1993


PAGE 28 OF 77 JULY 1993

MOBIL ENGINEERING GUIDE


JULY 1993 PAGE 29 OF 77

EGE 15-B-20 1993

(1) Proper support and protection to prevent damage from vibration, shipment, operation, and maintenance. (2) Proper flexibility and normal accessibility for operation, maintenance, and thorough cleaning.

(3) Installation in a neat and orderly arrangement adapted to the contour of the machine without obstructing access. (4) (5) (6) (7) Elimination of air pockets by piping configuration or by provision of vents at high points. Complete drainage through low points without disassembly of piping. Manifolding of each piping system to a single purchasers inlet or outlet connection. Location of the purchasers connections at the edge of the baseplate where appropriate.

(e) Piping design, materials, joint fabrication, examination, and inspection shall be in accordance with ASME B31.3. (f) During assembly of the system and before testing, each component (including cast-in passages of these components and all piping and appurtenances) shall be cleaned chemically or by another appropriate method to remove foreign materials, corrosion products, and mill scale. (g) Piping shall be fabricated by bending and welding to minimize the use of flanges and fittings. Welded flanges are permitted only at equipment connections, at the edge of any base. The use of flanges at other points is permitted only with Mobils specific approval. Threaded or slip-on flanges are not acceptable. Other than tees and reducers, welded fittings are permitted only to facilitate pipe layout in congested areas. Threaded connections shall not be used in hydrocarbon services. Threaded connections in other services shall be minimal. Pipe bushings shall not be used. (h) Flanges shall be in accordance with ASME B16.5. For socket-welded construction, a 1.6 mm (1/16 in.) gap shall be left between the pipe end and the bottom of the socket. Pipe threads shall be taper threads in accordance with ASME B1.20.1. (i) The minimum size of any connection or piping shall be NPS Paragraphs 7.2.12 and 7.2.13. (j)
1/2,

except for the cases outlined in

Connections, piping, valves, and fittings that are NPS 11/4, 21/2, 31/2, 5, 7, or 9 shall not be used.

(k) The bolting requirements of Paragraphs 5.2.12 and 5.7.1(a) apply to auxiliary piping. (l) Pipe plugs shall be round-head plugs in accordance with ASME B16.11.

Schedule 160, minimum, shall be used for pipe NPS 1/2 through 2. Schedule 40 shall be used for NPS 21/2 and larger. Flanges shall conform to ASME B16.5. Compressed fiber gaskets shall not be used except in cooling water service. 6.2.2 Auxiliary Process Fluid Piping

(a) Auxiliary process fluid piping includes vent and drain lines, balance lines, product flushing lines, and lines for injection of external fluid.

MOBIL ENGINEERING GUIDE EGE 15-B-20 1993


PAGE 30 OF 77 JULY 1993

(b) Piping components shall have a pressure-temperature rating at least equal to the maximum discharge pressure and temperature of the pump casing, but in no case shall they have a minimum pressure rating less than 45 bar (650 psi) at ambient temperature. (c) When the pump casing is of alloy material, piping and components subject to the process fluid shall have corrosion/erosion resistance equal to or better than that of the casing. Otherwise, all components shall be steel. (d) Piping materials other than those shown in Table 5 will be specified by Mobil. (e) Purchaser will specify when chlorides are present in a concentration above 10 ppm. The vendor shall exercise caution in applying stainless steel. (f) Orifice openings shall not be less than 3.2 mm (1/8 in.) in diameter.

(g) Threaded vent and drain connections shall be plugged. (h) When heating or cooling is provided, each exchanger component shall be suitable for the process fluid and cooling water to which it is exposed. (i) In addition to the requirements of Items (a) through (h), the requirements specified in the following apply to piping containing flammable, combustible, or toxic fluids. Purchaser will specify when the fluids are flammable or toxic. (1) (2) 6.2.3 Purchaser will specify whether flanges are required in place of socket-welded unions. Unless otherwise specified, pressure gages shall have block and bleed valves.

Steam Piping

Refer to Table 5. 6.2.4 Cooling-Water Piping

(a) The cooling-water system shall be designed as specified in the data sheet. (b) Sight flow indicators (open or closed as specified) shall be furnished in each outlet line. (c) When specified on the data sheet, a manifold outlet valve shall be furnished. (d) Cooling-water tubing shall be thin-wall Type 304 or Type 316 stainless steel. A minimum wall thickness of 0.5 mm (0.018 in.) in 16 mm (5/8 in.) or 19 mm (3/4 in.) O.D. sizes, with NPS 1/2 steel pipe fittings, is acceptable. (e) When specified on the data sheet, galvanized pipes shall be used. (f) The common return line of the cooling-water system shall be provided with a valved drain connection, located upstream of the outlet block valve, to permit complete drainage. 6.2.5 Lubricating-Oil Piping

(a) Oil draining shall be sized to run no more than half full and shall be arranged to ensure drainage (recognizing the possibility of foaming conditions). Horizontal runs shall slope continuously, at least 1:50, toward the reservoir. Laterals (not more than one in any transverse plane) should enter drain

MOBIL ENGINEERING GUIDE


JULY 1993 PAGE 31 OF 77

EGE 15-B-20 1993

headers at a 45-degree angle in the direction of the flow. (b) Sight flow indicators shall be furnished in each return line. (c) Piping and tubing shall be cleaned with a suitable solvent. Cleaning shall be performed by the vendor before assembly with the pump. (d) When specified by Mobil, cleanliness testing shall be performed and meet the requirements of API 614. (e) Backup rings and sleeve-type joints shall not be used. Oil filter internals and pressure piping downstream of oil filters shall be free from internal obstructions or pockets that could accumulate dirt. Joints downstream of the oil filter (filter to bearing housing) shall be buttwelded. Joints in return lines and upstream of the filter (reservoir to filter) may be socket welded. Threaded connections shall be used for instrument connections and where tubing is used. 6.2.6 Lubricant/Coolant Filter

When an external filter for motor lubricant/coolant is specified by Mobil or provided by the vendor, it shall comply with the following: (a) The type, size, and location of filtration devices or equipment to be used in a particular service shall be subject to Mobil approval. (b) Filtration devices shall be designed to minimize pressure drop across the device and maintain proper chamber fluid pressures. (c) Fluid flowrates through filtration devices shall be adequate to maintain proper motor and bearing cooling. (d) When specified, a dual-element or self-cleaning filtration device, or auxiliary monitoring device to maintain circulation through the pump/motor, shall be supplied. (e) The filter body shall have flanged connections. (f) The filter body shall be rated for pump discharge conditions and be constructed of similar materials as the pump casing. (g) When specified by Mobil, the filter shall be supplied with a differential pressure measurement device. (h) The filter element mesh shall be sized to prevent particle sizes larger than half the smallest clearance from entering the bearings and lubricant/coolant circuit. (i) When specified on the data sheet, the following shall be supplied: (1) (2) (3) 6.3 Self-cleaning mesh screens located internal to the pump/motor unit. Integral centrifugal separators. External filtration mounted in the pump suction line or external pump/motor recirculation line.

Special Tools

MOBIL ENGINEERING GUIDE EGE 15-B-20 1993


PAGE 32 OF 77 JULY 1993

6.3.1 When special tools and fixtures are required to disassemble, assemble, or maintain the unit, they shall be included in the quotation and be furnished as part of the initial supply of the machine. For multiple-unit installations, the requirements for quantities of special tools and fixtures shall be approved by Mobil. These or similar special tools shall be used during shop assembly and post-test disassembly of the equipment. 6.3.2 When special tools are provided, they shall be packaged in separate, rugged boxes and marked "special tools for (tag/item number)." Each tool shall be stamped or tagged to indicate its intended use. 7. MAGNETIC DRIVE PUMPS SPECIFIC REQUIREMENTS 7.1 General

7.1.1 Magnetic coupling assemblies shall be either synchronous or induction design. Synchronous couplings shall be supplied with rare earth magnets such as samarium cobalt or neodymium iron boron. Induction drive couplings may be supplied with either rare earth or aluminum nickel cobalt magnets. Vendor shall select the proper magnet coupling design and magnet material to meet the intended process application (refer to Appendix C). Alternate designs and/or materials require Mobil approval for the specific application. 7.1.2 Magnet retention to the outer or inner magnet carrier assembly shall be by mechanical clamping and epoxy bonding. 7.1.3 The inside surface of the outer magnet carrier shall be sheathed with nonmagnetic material to prevent damage to the magnets or the containment shell upon assembly/disassembly. 7.1.4 The inner magnet material shall be shielded from the process fluid by a hermetically sealed metallic sheathing. This sheathing material must be compatible with the process fluid to ensure against chemical attack. Minimum inner magnet sheathing thickness shall be 0.38 mm (0.015 in.) 7.1.5 Magnetic couplings shall be designed to avoid decoupling during startup and while operating at rated conditions. The following conditions are to be analyzed by the manufacturer when sizing the magnetic coupling: (a) Torque required to accelerate the rotor assembly during starting with the job driver. Starting conditions will be specified by Mobil. Across-the-line starting is to be assumed for NEMA motor drives unless otherwise specified. (b) Torque required to pump the fluid at rated conditions of flow, temperature, specific gravity, and viscosity with provision to operate at a 10 percent increase in head for constant-speed drivers or a 10 percent increase in speed when variable-speed drivers are applied. 7.1.6 The vendor shall submit supporting calculations documenting that the criteria in Paragraph 7.1.5 have been met. As a minimum, the vendor shall also submit a combined speed/torque curve for the pump and magnet, and individual inertias of the inner and outer rotor components (i.e., motor, coupling, magnets, and impeller). 7.1.7 To maintain a controlled acceleration, the inertia of the inner rotor assembly shall not exceed the inertia of the outer magnet. 7.1.8 The vendor shall submit a certified temperature vs magnet torque deration curve for the specific type of magnet used. If a certified curve is not available, the vendor shall use a minimum torque deration factor of .086/F for neodymium iron boron and .030/F for samarium cobalt magnets above an operating

MOBIL ENGINEERING GUIDE


JULY 1993 PAGE 33 OF 77

EGE 15-B-20 1993

temperature of 20C (68F). This value shall be used when calculating the required decoupling safety factor required in Paragraph 7.1.9. 7.1.9 The rated torque of the magnetic coupling will equal the larger of the torques calculated in Paragraph 7.1.5, Items (a) or (b), with factors applied as shown in Table 6.
TABLE 6 MAGNETIC COUPLING RATED TORQUE Calculated Torque hp Magnetic Coupling Rating Factor Synchronous Induction % %

# 25 25-75 $ 75

125 115 110

110 110 110

Where it appears that this will lead to unnecessary oversizing of the magnetic coupling, an alternative proposal should be submitted for Mobil approval. 7.1.10 Appendix C identifies the maximum allowable operating temperature for magnetic coupling drives as a function of the magnet material. 7.1.11 The total pump efficiency quoted by the vendor shall include both the pump hydraulic and drive losses. The vendor shall advise of both hydraulic and drive efficiencies. 7.1.12 Sizing of the magnets shall also take into account degradation of magnet torque over time in meeting the requirements of Paragraph 5.1.1 and Paragraphs 7.1.5 through 7.1.9. 7.1.13 The pump shall be designed to prevent the outer drive magnet from contacting the primary containment shell in the event of a shaft or bearing failure. The design shall utilize a nonsparking material in this area to prevent any sources of ignition. 7.1.14 The pump design clearances shall be sufficient to ensure that the magnet assemblies do not contact the containment shell under normal conditions of pressure deformation, thermal expansion, and liquid-end bearing wear. 7.1.15 The design shall provide for removal of the drive end without disturbing the pressure casing. Provision shall be made to allow for the inspection of the containment shell. 7.1.16 When specified, the design shall provide for the removal of the drive end without disturbing the pressure casing or the pump driver (i.e., adequate spacer coupling provided). 7.1.17 Safety features must be incorporated in the design of the pump to minimize accidental injury during assembly and disassembly of magnet coupling. 7.1.18 Some combination of jackscrews and/or guide rods or similar provisions shall be provided to ensure safe and correct assembly and disassembly of the magnetic drive. 7.1.19 The containment shell is by definition a pressure-containing component and shall meet the requirements of Paragraph 5.2 except as follows:

MOBIL ENGINEERING GUIDE EGE 15-B-20 1993


PAGE 34 OF 77 JULY 1993

(a) Section VIII, Division 2, of the ASME Boiler and Pressure Vessel Code may be utilized. (b) The minimum corrosion/erosion allowance shall be 0.38 mm (0.015 in.). (c) The minimum containment shell thickness shall be 1.1 mm (0.043 in.). 7.1.20 The containment shell shall be hydrostatically tested to 1.5 times the maximum design pressure.

7.1.21 Retirement thickness(es) shall be determined based on, as a minimum, Section VIII rules. This thickness is to be entered on the pump data sheet and incorporated in the operating manual. 7.1.22 7.1.23 7.1.24 Fabrication of containment shells shall conform with Paragraph 5.2. Containment shell materials not contained in Appendix A shall be subject to Mobil approval. Alternative containment shell designs are subject to approval by Mobil.

7.1.25 A secondary control system shall be provided that includes the secondary control casing, leakage control device, and associated monitoring devices. 7.1.26 The secondary control system shall have a standby life of at least 25,000 hours in a pump operating mode. The secondary control system shall have a functional life of at least 24 hours in the event of containment shell failure. 7.1.27 The secondary control casing is by definition a pressure-containing component and shall meet the requirements of Paragraph 5.2. 7.1.28 Material for the secondary control casing shall be carbon steel.

7.1.29 The secondary control casing shall be hydrostatically tested to 1.5 times the maximum design pressure. 7.1.30 The secondary control system casing joint(s) shall have metal-to-metal rabbeted fit(s) utilizing a confined controlled compression gasket(s) of suitable materials. 7.1.31 A drain connection that drains the secondary control system shall be provided.

7.1.32 The leakage control device shall minimize the release of pumpage along the drive end rotor in the event of a containment shell failure. The device shall safely direct any release to vent and/or drain connections and shall protect the antifriction bearings from contamination. 7.1.33 The leakage control device shall be a replaceable, close-clearance bushing made of nonsparking material. 7.1.34 When specified, the vendor shall provide the expected flowrate from the secondary control system in the event of containment shell failure. 7.1.35 Alternative designs for secondary control are subject to Mobil approval.

7.1.36 The preferred casing design is with the back cover bolting separate from the bearing housing transition flange. 7.1.37 Product-lubricated bearings shall not be supported by the primary containment shell.

MOBIL ENGINEERING GUIDE


JULY 1993 PAGE 35 OF 77

EGE 15-B-20 1993

7.1.38 The bearing housing transition flange to casing shall be carbon steel. Cast iron transition flanges are not acceptable. 7.2 Bearings, Bearing Housings, and Lubrication

7.2.1 Unless otherwise specified, antifriction rolling element bearings shall be used to support the external drive shaft such that the following conditions are satisfied: (a) DN factors not to exceed 300,000. [A DN factor is the product of bearing size (bore) in millimeters and the rated speed in revolutions per minute.] (b) L10 rating life (see AFBMA Standard 9) shall not be less than 25,000 hours with continuous operation at rated conditions or 16,000 hours at maximum axial and radial loads and rated speed. (The rating life is the number of hours at the rated bearing load and speed that 90 percent of a group of identical bearings will complete or exceed before the first evidence of failure.) 7.2.2 Antifriction rolling element bearings selected to support axial thrust loads shall be sized for continuous operation under all specified conditions. In addition to thrust from rotor and any internal gear reactions due to the most extreme allowable conditions, the axial force transmitted through flexible couplings shall be considered a part of the duty. 7.2.3 Antifriction bearings shall be retained on the shaft and fitted into housings in accordance with the requirements of AFBMA Standard 7. However, the device used to lock ballthrust bearings to the shaft shall be restricted by a nut with a tongue-type lockwasher (e.g., Series W). 7.2.4 Except for the angular-contact type, antifriction bearings shall have an internal clearance fit equivalent to AFBMA Symbol 3, as defined in AFBMA Standard 20. Single- or double-row bearings shall be of the Conrad type (no filling slots). 7.2.5 When angular contact ball-type thrust bearings are used, they shall be of the duplex, single-row, 0.7 rad (40 deg) 7000 series installed back-to-back (DB). The need for preload shall be considered an exception to the specification and must be noted in the proposal. If approved, the bearing-life requirements of Paragraph 7.2.1 shall be met. 7.2.6 Where guide bushings are required, they shall be suitably corrosion and abrasion resistant for the specified product and temperature. 7.2.7 Bearing housings for oil-lubricated, nonpressure-fed bearings shall be provided with tapped and plugged fill and drain openings at least 1/2 in. NPT in size. The housings shall be equipped with constant-level sight feed oilers at least 120 ml (4 oz.) in capacity, with a positive level positioner (not an external screw), heat-resistant glass containers, and protective wire cages. When specified, the oilers shall be Mobils preference. Means shall be provided for detecting overfilling of the housing. A permanent indication of the proper oil level shall be accurately located and clearly marked on the outside of the bearing housing with permanent metal tags, marks inscribed in the castings, or other durable means. 7.2.8 Sufficient cooling, including an allowance for fouling, shall be provided to maintain the oil temperature below 82C (180F) for ring-oiled or splash systems, based on the specified operating conditions and ambient temperature of 43C (110F). Where water cooling is required, water jackets shall have only external connections between the upper and lower housing jackets and shall have neither gasketed nor threaded connection joints, which may allow water to leak into the oil reservoir. If cooling coils (including fittings) are used, they shall be of nonferrous material and shall have no internal pressure joints or fittings. Coil tubing shall have a minimum thickness of 19 BWG [1.07 mm (0.042 in.)] and shall be at least 12.7 mm (1/2 in.) in diameter.

MOBIL ENGINEERING GUIDE EGE 15-B-20 1993


PAGE 36 OF 77 JULY 1993

7.2.9 Bearing housings, load-carrying bearing covers, and brackets between the pump casing or cover shall be steel. 7.2.10 Bearing housings shall be equipped with replaceable labyrinth-type end seals and deflectors where the shaft passes through the housing; lip-type seals shall not be used. The seals and deflectors shall be made of nonsparking materials. The design of the seals and deflectors shall effectively retain oil in the housing and prevent entry of foreign material into the housing. 7.2.11 The requirements of Paragraphs 7.2.1 through 7.2.5 apply when oil mist lubrication is specified.

7.2.12 An NPS 1/4 oil mist inlet connection shall be provided in the top half of the bearing housing. The pure or purge oil mist fitting connections shall be located so that oil mist will flow through antifriction bearings. There shall be no internal passages to short-circuit oil mist from inlet to vent. 7.2.13 An NPS 1/4 vent connection shall be provided on the housing or end cover for each of the spaces between the antifriction bearings and the housing shaft closures. Alternatively, where oil mist connections are between each housing shaft closure and the bearings, one vent central to the housing shall be supplied. 7.2.14 Shielded or sealed bearings shall not be used.

7.2.15 When pure oil mist lubrication is specified, oil rings or flingers and constant-level oilers shall not be provided and a mark indicating the oil level is not required. When pure oil or purge oil mist lubrication is specified, these items shall be provided and the oiler shall be piped so that it is maintained at the internal pressure of the bearing housing. 7.2.16 The oil mist supply and drain fittings will be provided by the vendor.

7.2.17 Housings for ring-oil lubricated bearings shall be provided with plugged ports positioned to allow visual inspection of the oil rings while the pump is running. 7.2.18 When specified on the data sheet, the vendor shall furnish oil heaters.

7.2.19 When specified on the data sheet, provisions shall be made for either pure oil or purge oil mist lubrication. 7.2.20 Unless otherwise specified, bearings and bearing housings shall be arranged for hydrocarbon oil lubrication. 7.2.21 When flingers or oil rings are used to deliver oil to the bearings, they shall have an operating submergence of 6.4 - 9.5 mm (1/4 - 3/8 in.) above the lower edge of a flinger or above the lower edge of the bore of an oil ring. Oil flingers shall have mounting hubs to maintain concentricity and shall be positively secured to the shaft. 7.3 7.3.1 Drivers General

(a) The type of driver will be specified by Mobil. The driver shall be sized to meet the maximum specified operating conditions, including bearing, external gear, and coupling losses, as applicable, and shall be in accordance with the applicable specifications, as stated in the inquiry and order. (b) The starting conditions for the driven equipment will be specified by the purchaser. The drivers starting-torque capabilities shall exceed the speed-torque requirements of the driven equipment.

MOBIL ENGINEERING GUIDE


JULY 1993 PAGE 37 OF 77

EGE 15-B-20 1993

7.3.2

Motors

(a) Motor drivers for magnetic drive pumps shall conform to project specifications, EGE 33-B-8, and EGE 33-B-9. Motor drivers for transfer pumps, loading pumps, and pumps operating in parallel shall be sized for end of curve power. (b) Motor drives shall have power ratings, not including the service factor (if any), at least equal to the percentages of power at pump rated conditions given in Table 7. However, the power at rated conditions shall not exceed the motor nameplate rating where it appears that this will lead to unnecessary oversizing of the drive. In such cases, an alternative proposal shall be submitted for Mobil approval. (c) The motors starting-torque requirements shall be met at a reduced voltage specified by the purchaser, and the motor shall accelerate to full speed within a period of time approved by Mobil.
TABLE 7 POWER RATINGS FOR MOTOR DRIVES Motor Nameplate Rating kW hp Percentage of Rated Pump Power 125 115 110

#18.5 22-55 $75

#25 30-75 $100

____________ NOTE: SI (metric) equivalents are for standard motor sizes.

NOTE: For most applications, the starting voltage will be 80 percent of the normal voltage, and the time required to accelerate to full speed will be less than 15 seconds.

(d) Antifriction bearings in drive systems designed for radial or axial loads transmitted from the pump shall meet the following requirements: (1) Bearings shall be selected to give a minimum L10 rating life (see EGE 33-B-9) of 40,000 hours in continuous operation at pump rated conditions. (2) Bearings shall be selected to give a minimum L10 rating life of 40,000 hours when carrying the maximum loads (radial or axial or both) imposed with internal pump clearances at twice the design values and when operating at any point between minimum continuous stable flow and rated flow. (3) Single- or double-row bearings shall be of the Conrad type (no filling slots). Except for the angular-contact type, bearings shall have a loose internal clearance fit equivalent to AFBMA Symbol 3, as defined in AFBMA Standard 20. (e) Vibration limits for motor drivers and for motors used during shop test shall be as follows:
TABLE 8 VIBRATION LIMITS FOR MOTOR DRIVERS Antifriction Bearings* Velocity mm/s in./s Sleeve Bearings Amplitude m mil

Speed rpm

MOBIL ENGINEERING GUIDE EGE 15-B-20 1993


3600 to 1801 1800 and below 3.8 3.8
PAGE 38 OF 77 JULY 1993

0.15 0.15

63.5 76.2

2.5 3.0

____________ * Measured on the bottom housing; readings are filtered at running speed. Measured on the shaft; readings are unfiltered and peak-to-peak amplitudes are measured with proximity probes.

(f) Motor drivers for horizontal pumps above 75 kW (100 hp) shall be field mounted; motors 75 kW and below shall be shipped to the pump vendors shop for mounting. 7.3.3 Steam Turbines

(a) Steam turbine drivers shall conform to EGE 15-B-7. Steam turbine drivers shall be sized to deliver continuously 110 percent of the maximum power required for Mobils specified conditions while operating at a corresponding speed with the specified steam conditions. (b) Steam turbine vibration limits during shop test shall be as given in EGE 15-B-7, Paragraphs 2.8.2.4 and 2.8.2.5. (c) Horizontal turbine drivers shall be field mounted. 7.3.4 Gears

(a) Gears shall conform to API Standard 677 and EGE 15-B-22, "General Purpose Gear Units." (b) The equipment feet shall be drilled with pilot holes that are accessible for use in final doweling. 7.4 7.4.1 Couplings and Guards Couplings and guards between drivers and driven equipment shall be supplied by the vendor.

7.4.2 Flexible couplings shall have forged steel hubs. Unless otherwise specified, nonlubricated disk-type couplings shall be furnished for horizontal pumps. Flexible-disk types shall have disks of corrosion-resistant material. The make, model, materials, service factor, and mounting arrangement of couplings will be specified by Mobil. A spacer coupling shall be used unless otherwise specified. The spacer shall have a minimum nominal length of 125 mm (5 in.) and shall permit removal of the coupling, bearings, and rotors as applicable without disturbing the driver or the suction and discharge piping.
NOTE: When flexible-element couplings are specified, consideration should be given to designs that will retain the spacer if a flexible element ruptures.

7.4.3 Information on shafts, keyway dimensions (if any), and shaft end movements due to end play and thermal effects shall be furnished to the vendor supplying the coupling. 7.4.4 Couplings shall be keyed in place. Keys, keyways, and fits shall conform to AGMA 9002. Flexible couplings with cylindrical bores shall have the interference fit specified in AGMA 9002. Other mounting methods shall be approved by Mobil. Coupling hubs shall be furnished with tapped puller holes at least 9.5 mm (3/8 in.) in size to aid removal. 7.4.5 Couplings and coupling-to-shaft junctures shall be rated for at least the maximum driver power, including any motor service factor. Couplings shall not be bored to a diameter greater than the maximum diameter permitted by the coupling manufacturer. 7.4.6 To ensure accurate alignment of connected machinery, the total indicated runout of coupling

MOBIL ENGINEERING GUIDE


JULY 1993 PAGE 39 OF 77

EGE 15-B-20 1993

registration and alignment surfaces shall be concentric within the following limits: 12.5 m (0.0005 in.) total indicated runout per inch of shaft diameter, with a minimum applicable tolerance of 25 m (0.001 in.) total indicated runout and a maximum of 75 m (0.003 in.) total indicated runout. All other diameters not used for location, registration, or alignment shall be to coupling manufacturer's standard, provided balance requirements are met. 7.4.7 Unless otherwise specified, couplings shall be manufactured to meet the balance requirements of AGMA 515, Class 8. When specified by Mobil or recommended by the vendor, couplings shall be dynamically balanced in accordance with AGMA 515. For dynamic balancing, the AGMA balance class shall be approved by Mobil. 7.4.8 When specified, couplings and coupling mountings shall conform to API Standard 671, "SpecialPurpose Couplings for Refinery Service." 7.4.9 The maximum coupling end floats of limited end float couplings shall prevent the motor rotor from rubbing stationary motor parts in horizontal sleeve bearing motor applications.
NOTE: Couplings with axial elastic centering forces are usually satisfactory without these precautions.

7.4.10 When the vendor is not required to mount the driver, he shall deliver the fully machined half-coupling to the driver manufacturer's plant or to any other designated location, together with the necessary instructions for mounting the half-coupling on the driver shaft. 7.4.11 Removable coupling guards shall be furnished and shall be in accordance with current statutory safety requirements for coupling guards. 7.4.12 For gear-type couplings, the external force shall be calculated from the following formula:

'

(0.25) (63,000) Pr Nr D

(Eq. 4a)

In SI (metric) units, this translates to:

'

(0.25) (9550) Pr Nr D

(Eq. 4b)

Where:
F = external force, in kN (lbf). rated power, in kW (hp). rated speed, in rpm. shaft diameter at the coupling, in mm (in.).

Pr = Nr = D =

7.4.13 Thrust loads from flexible metal-element couplings shall be calculated on the basis of the maximum allowable axial deflection (total variation in shaft spacing) permitted by the coupling manufacturer. 7.5 7.5.1 Mounting Plates Single-piece drain-rim or drain-pan baseplates shall be furnished for horizontal pumps. The rim

MOBIL ENGINEERING GUIDE EGE 15-B-20 1993


PAGE 40 OF 77 JULY 1993

or pan of the baseplate shall be sloped at least 1:120 toward the pump end, where a tapped drain opening at least NPS 1 in size shall be located to effect complete drainage. 7.5.2 Unless otherwise specified, the drain-rim baseplates shall be arranged so that they extend beyond the flange of end- and side-suction/side-discharge pumps. They shall also be extended to collect leakage from steam turbine governor assemblies and/or motor bearings. 7.5.3 Mounting pads shall be provided for the pump and all drive train components. The pads shall be larger than the foot of the mounted equipment to allow leveling of the baseplate without removal of the equipment. The pads shall be fully machined flat and parallel. Corresponding surfaces shall be in the same plane within 0.17 mm/m (0.002 in./ft) of distance between the pads. This requirement shall be met by supporting and clamping the baseplate at the foundation bolt holes only. 7.5.4 All drive train pads on the baseplate shall be machined to accept the driver with a 3.2 mm (1/8 in.) minimum to 6.4 mm (1/4 in.) maximum shim pack under each component. When the vendor mounts the components, a set of stainless steel shims at least 3.2 mm (1/8 in.) thick shall be furnished. When the vendor does not mount the components, the pads shall be machined but not drilled, and shims shall not be provided. The pump shall be mounted on a fully machined flat surface without the use of shims. All shims furnished for the driver shall provide full foot support. Partial shims are not acceptable. The pump shall be doweled to the baseplate. 7.5.5 Baseplates and pump supports (including the bearing housing support described in this paragraph) shall be so constructed as to limit angular and paralleled misalignment to 75 percent of the maximum permitted by the coupling manufacturer when the loads in Table 3 are applied. These loads represent the total effect of the external mechanical forces that may be applied to a pump base. Grout or bearing-housing supports (wobble plates) shall not be used as a means of obtaining the required stiffness.
NOTE: It is recognized that grout can significantly increase the stiffness of the baseplate assembly; by ignoring this effect, the adequacy of the baseplate can easily be verified by testing at the vendors shop.

The baseplate shall be a continuous, self-supporting type constructed of channel side and full depth cross-member supports. All equipment supports shall be directly and rigidly attached to full depth structural steel members of the baseplate by continuous welding. Pumps, drivers, or piping shall not extend beyond the extremities of the baseplate. Preferably, anchor bolts should be 19 mm (3/4 in.) in diameter, minimum. Anchor bolt holes shall be located at each cross-member junction with the baseplate. The maximum span between anchor bolts shall not exceed 0.9 m (3 ft). 7.5.6 Single-stage overhung pumps shall be provided with a support foot at the coupling end of the bearing housing. The foot shall be bolted to the bearing bracket and to a raised surface on the baseplate. The support shall be flexible in the axial direction to allow for expansion and movement in this plane. 7.5.7 If specified, the vendor shall test to demonstrate that the pump and its baseplate assembly, when anchored at foundation bolt hole locations with any bearing housing support disconnected, are in compliance with Paragraph 7.5.5. The pump casing shall be subjected to moments MYc and MZc (see Table 3 and Figures 1 and 2) so that the corresponding Y and Z shaft displacements can be measured and recorded.

MOBIL ENGINEERING GUIDE


JULY 1993 PAGE 41 OF 77

EGE 15-B-20 1993

MYc and MZc shall not be applied simultaneously. The shaft displacement measurements shall be absolute (not relative to the baseplate). For record purposes, the vendors test data shall include a schematic drawing of the test setup, the calculated moment loads (MYc and MZc), and the applied moment loads and their corresponding displacements at the drive end of the pump shaft. 7.5.8 The underside of fabricated baseplates beneath pump and driver supports shall be welded to reinforcing cross-members, and the members shall be shaped to lock positively into the grout. 7.5.9 The top of the baseplate shall be covered with flat steel plate, complete with a sufficient number of grout holes not less than 100 mm (4 in.) in diameter. Where practical, holes shall be accessible for grouting with pumps and driver installed. Grout holes shall be arranged so that oil will not accumulate over the open grout. Grout holes in the drip-pan area shall have 13 mm (1/2 in.) raised-lip edges. If the holes are located in an area where liquid could impinge, metallic grout hole covers [15 mm (16 USS gage) minimum thickness] shall be provided. 7.5.10 The outside corners of the baseplate in contact with the grout shall have at least 50 mm (2 in.) radii (in the plan view). 7.5.11 The bottom of the baseplate between structural members shall be open. When the baseplate is installed on a concrete foundation, accessibility shall be provided for grouting under all load-carrying members. The bottom of the baseplate shall be in one plane to permit use of a single-level foundation. When specified, subsoleplates shall be provided by the vendor. 7.5.12 Baseplates for single-stage pumps driven by NEMA-frame motors shall have standardized dimensions as given in Appendix F. The pump, baseplate, and pedestal support assembly shall be sufficiently rigid to be mounted without grouting and shall satisfy the requirements of Paragraph 7.5.5. 7.5.13 Alignment positioning screws shall be provided for all drivers and for each drive train component that weighs more than 340 kg (750 lb) to facilitate longitudinal and transverse horizontal adjustments. The lugs holding these positioning screws shall be attached to the baseplate so that they do not interfere with the installation or removal of the component. These screws shall be at least the same size as the jackscrews furnished with each component. 7.5.14 Vertical leveling screws spaced for stability shall be provided on the outside perimeter of the baseplate. These screws shall be numerous enough to carry the weight of the baseplate, pump, and drive train components without excessive deflection, but in no case shall fewer than six screws be provided. 7.5.15 The height of the pump shaft centerline above the baseplate shall be minimized. Adequate clearance shall be provided between the casing drain connection and the baseplate so that drain piping the same size as the connection can be installed. 7.5.16 When epoxy grout is specified on the data sheet, the vendor shall commercially blast clean all the grouting surfaces of the baseplate in accordance with SSPC SP 6 and shall precoat all these surfaces with a catalyzed epoxy primer applied to degreased white metal. The epoxy primer shall be compatible with epoxy grout. The vendor shall submit to the purchaser instructions for field preparation of the epoxy primer. 7.5.17 The baseplate shall be provided with lifting lugs for at least a four-point lift. Lifting the baseplate complete with all equipment mounted shall not permanently distort or otherwise damage the baseplate or the machinery mounted on it.

MOBIL ENGINEERING GUIDE EGE 15-B-20 1993 7.5.18 7.5.19


PAGE 42 OF 77 JULY 1993

Anchor bolts will be furnished by others. Single-casing vertical pumps shall have the manufacturers standard mounting arrangement.

7.5.20 All vertical pumps shall have sufficient anchor bolting to withstand nozzle reaction forces due to startup conditions. 8. CANNED MOTOR PUMPS SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS 8.1 General

8.1.1 The motor casing of the canned motor pump shall be designed for the maximum allowable working pressure. This will include allowances for head and speed increases at the pumping temperature (see Paragraph 5.2.2). The motor casing shall act as a secondary containment shell in case of leakage or rupture of the primary liner. 8.1.2 The stator cavity on all motors shall be dry and not filled with a dielectric oil. The horsepower requirements of the motor, as specified in the data sheet, shall be met without the use of dielectric oil for heat dissipation. When the vendors motor design allows for use of dielectric oil, only the provision for filling shall be maintained. This connection shall be plugged and meet the full maximum allowable working pressure of the outer casing. 8.1.3 When a solid compound is required for sealing the stator cavity, the motor horsepower requirements, as stated in the data sheet, shall be met on the basis of a dry cavity. 8.1.4 Electrical cable penetrations through the motor casing shall be designed to prevent any leakage at the full maximum allowable working pressure and temperature. The connection box enclosing the outer end of the cable penetrations shall also be designed for the maximum allowable working pressure and shall be so arranged as to prevent the leakage of pumped fluids along the connecting cables. 8.1.5 The motor junction box shall be in accordance with NFPA 70. The junction box shall be designed to contain the pumping fluid up to the maximum allowable working pressure and also act as a secondary containment. Details of the box shall be included as part of the proposal. 8.1.6 The stator liner shall be designed to meet the following requirements:

(a) The liner shall be designed for the maximum discharge pressure. (b) The stress value used in design for any given material shall not exceed the values given for that material in Section VIII, Division 1, of the ASME Code. (c) The minimum corrosion allowance shall be 3.2 mm (1/8 in.), except as discussed below: (1) The stator liner shall be Type 316 stainless steel, or higher alloy as specified.

(2) If necessary, stator liner reinforcement sleeves may be used to allow the stator liner to meet the ASME Code stress requirements. However, nowhere shall the stator liner thickness be less than 0.5 mm (0.020 in.). (3) The vendor shall provide Mobil with the stator liner retirement thickness and corrosion allowance. When determining these values, the vendor shall take into account the specified operating conditions.

MOBIL ENGINEERING GUIDE


JULY 1993 PAGE 43 OF 77

EGE 15-B-20 1993

8.1.7

Canned pump rotors shall meet the following requirements:

(a) Materials wetted by the circulating fluid shall be compatible with the fluid. (b) Wetted materials shall be selected for a maximum of 50 m (2 mil) per year corrosion rate in the circulating fluid. (c) Rotor shaft and containment materials shall be nonmagnetic. (d) Rotor liner material shall be selected to minimize eddy current losses. (e) Rotor and conductor bar materials shall be identified by the pump manufacturer for the purpose of evaluating reactivity with the pumped or circulating fluid. 8.1.8 The pressure rating and design life of the secondary containment shall be equal to the pressure rating of the pump casing. Pressure and design stress levels shall not exceed the values given for that material in Section VIII, Division 1, of the ASME Code. 8.1.9 Materials used for the secondary containment must have a minimum of 3.2 mm (1/8 in.) corrosion allowance for the maximum design operating pressure and temperature and shall be designed to consider the fluid pumped and contain the fluid at its maximum working pressure and temperature for 48 hours. If longer containment is necessary, Mobil will specify on the data sheet. 8.1.10 The secondary containment must be designed to provide for a minimum pressure rating of 1.5 times the maximum operating pressure of the fluid pumped based upon that fluid's vapor pressure at the maximum allowable motor temperature. This rating shall apply to all connections in the secondary containment including electrical devices. Materials that have a vapor pressure curve with a rise of greater than 1 psi/F should have the safety factor increased to three times the maximum operating pressure. 8.1.11 Electrical feed-through is a part of the secondary containment. The manufacturer must be able to demonstrate that the electrical feed-through will conform to the pressure and temperature requirements of the secondary containment. 8.1.12 Pumps shall be of "back-pullout" design, allowing convenient removal of the pump/motor unit while leaving the pump case installed in the suction and discharge piping. 8.1.13 Bearing elements (bearing cartridges, shaft sleeves, thrust runners, pads, etc.) shall be field maintainable. 8.1.14 Connections shall be provided for complete flushing of pump and motor sections while the unit is installed in the process piping. 8.1.15 Motors shall be designed to allow for safe venting or self venting of the circulating fluid flow path to prevent vapor locks in the motor. 8.1.16 Shaft bearing components such as shaft sleeves or thrust runners shall be positively locked to the shaft by keys to prevent "free spinning." 8.1.17 Pumps shall be equipped with a bearing wear detection or indication device.

8.1.18 Pump/motor units weighing more than 45 kg (100 lb) shall be equipped with suitable and permanent lifting lugs. 8.1.19 A "direction of rotation" arrow or other indicator shall be permanently affixed to the pump/motor

MOBIL ENGINEERING GUIDE EGE 15-B-20 1993 unit. 8.1.20 Motors shall be equipped with thermal cutouts (thermostats) or thermocouples to prevent overheating of the stator windings. 8.1.21 Pumps shall be designed with provision(s) for external vibration sensing. The pump manufacturer shall specify location(s). 8.1.22 Stators shall be designed so that the stator winding chamber may be purged or flushed.
PAGE 44 OF 77 JULY 1993

8.1.23 The manufacturer shall provide the purchaser and user with a detailed disassembly and decontamination procedure for each product design or configuration. 8.1.24 When specified by Mobil, valved purge connections shall be provided on the motor casing to permit purging of the stator winding cavity prior to maintenance. 8.2 Integral Motors

8.2.1 The stator winding insulation shall be rated to allow the motor to satisfactorily operate continuously for at least 100,000 hours at the maximum rated temperature and flow condition given on the data sheet and the starting duties stated below. 8.2.2 Unless otherwise specified by Mobil, the insulation class shall be selected so that the maximum pumping temperatures at the highest ambient temperature condition, plus the motor insulation temperature rise, shall result in a total temperature 40C (72F) less than the standard maximum allowable limits for the insulation class. Class F is an acceptable class of insulation. Class C insulation shall not be used unless specifically approved by Mobil. 8.2.3 Services that have operating temperatures exceeding 160C (320F) will incorporate a jacket cooling system or a hot-pump design approved by Mobil. 8.2.4 Motors operating under special conditions, such as frequent starting and variable or multispeed operation, shall be designed in conformance with the requirements for the driven equipment. The vendor shall state the effect of these conditions on the expected operating life. 8.2.5 Motor shall operate successfully under running condition at rated load when subjected to voltage and frequency deviations noted in EGE 33-B-9. 8.2.6 Motors shall be designed for automatic restart with an open discharge valve (loaded) within the requirements of Paragraph 8.2.5. 8.2.7 Except as amended in this Guide, the manufacture, performance, and testing of induction motors shall be in accordance with NEMA MG 1. 8.2.8 When the power requirement of the driven equipment falls between two standard motor ratings, the motor having the larger power rating shall be selected. Service factor shall not be used in the selection of the motor power rating unless requested in the project specifications. 8.2.9 All motors and auxiliary equipment to be installed in classified locations shall meet the equipment and installation requirements specified in NFPA 70. When motor and auxiliary equipment are to be installed in classified locations, the contractor shall inform the motor manufacturer and shall specify the class, atmosphere group, and division classification. The maximum temperature rating of the pump/motor combination shall be engraved on the motor nameplate.

MOBIL ENGINEERING GUIDE


JULY 1993 PAGE 45 OF 77

EGE 15-B-20 1993

8.2.10

Motor sizes generally shall be selected to operate at the voltage levels specified in EGE 33B9.

8.2.11 Rated nameplate voltage of motors shall not be greater than approximately 96 percent of the nominal system voltage. 8.2.12 Wye-connected motors are preferred when available as a manufacturer's standard.

8.2.13 Three-phase, single-speed, low-voltage motors shall be single-voltage rated and supplied with only three motor leads in the motor terminal box. 8.2.14 Unless otherwise requested in the project specifications, squirrel-cage induction motors shall be designed for across-the-line starting. 8.2.15 All motors rated shall be capable of making three starts per hour. Motors rated 150 kW (200 hp) and above shall be limited to eight starts per day. 8.2.16 For three-phase, integral-sized, squirrel-cage induction motors, the locked-rotor currents at rated motor voltage shall not exceed the following values:

MOBIL ENGINEERING GUIDE EGE 15-B-20 1993


PAGE 46 OF 77 JULY 1993

TABLE 9 MAXIMUM ALLOWABLE LOCKED-ROTOR CURRENTS

Motor Size kW 2.2 and below 3.75 through 300 hp 3 and below 5 through 400

Percent of Full-Load Amperes 900 650

8.2.17 Motors shall operate successfully under running conditions at rated load and frequency with a voltage variation that does not exceed 10 percent of rated voltage. 8.2.18 Motors shall operate successfully under running conditions at rated load and voltage with a frequency variation that does not exceed 5 percent of rated frequency. 8.2.19 Motors shall operate successfully under running conditions at rated load with a combined variation of voltage and frequency that is not more than 10 percent of the rated voltage and the rated frequency provided that the 5 percent frequency variation is not exceeded. 8.2.20 The minimum locked rotor torque and pull-up torque shall be 100 percent full load torque. The minimum breakdown torque shall be 200 percent full load torque. 8.2.21 Thermal protection or indication shall be furnished on all motors as specified by Mobil. The manufacturer shall advise the temperature setting or range of each device furnished. 8.2.22 The requirements for variable-speed motors shall generally be the same as for fixed-speed motors except as stated below: (a) The pump manufacturer shall be responsible to ensure, together with the motor controller supplier, that the drive characteristics fully meet all pump requirements, including motor cooling, supply waveforms/harmonics, rotor mechanical integrity, and torque availability/requirements for acceptable startup and operating conditions, etc. (b) The controller supplier shall indicate the supply voltage below which the controller can no longer provide control, and the time it takes for the controller to begin effective reacceleration after the supply voltage returns to normal values if reacceleration is a requirement in the data sheet. (c) A torsional analysis of the canned pump system is not required, unless specified in the data sheet. (d) The testing and documentation needed to meet the requirements for installation in classified locations as per Paragraph 8.2.9 shall include, when appropriate, testing and certification for the specific motor size, controller type, and speed range required for the application. (e) When specified on the data sheet, the controller supplier shall calculate the effect of harmonics caused by the controller on the supply voltage waveform and include input and/or output controller line reactors, as appropriate, to ensure reliable operation of the pump. 9. INSPECTION, TESTING, AND PREPARATION FOR SHIPMENT 9.1 General

MOBIL ENGINEERING GUIDE


JULY 1993 PAGE 47 OF 77

EGE 15-B-20 1993

9.1.1 Mobils representative, after advance notification of the vendor, shall have entry to all vendor and subvendor plants where manufacturing, testing, or inspection of the equipment is in progress. 9.1.2 The vendor shall notify subvendors of the purchasers inspection and testing requirements.

9.1.3 The vendor shall provide sufficient advance notice to the purchaser before conducting any inspection or test that the purchaser has specified to be witnessed or observed. 9.1.4 Mobil will specify the extent of its participation in the inspection and testing.

(a) When shop inspection and testing have been specified by the purchaser, the purchaser and the vendor shall coordinate manufacturing hold points and inspectors visits. (b) Witnessed means that a hold shall be applied to the production schedule and that the inspection or test shall be carried out with Mobil or its representative in attendance. For mechanical running or performance tests, this requires notification of a successful preliminary test. (c) Observed means that the purchaser shall be notified of the timing of the inspection or test, which is then performed as scheduled. However, if Mobil or its representative is not present, the vendor shall proceed to the next step. 9.1.5 9.2 9.2.1 Equipment for the specified inspection and tests shall be provided by the vendor. Inspection Requirements

The vendor shall keep the following data available for at least five years for examination by Mobil or its representative upon request: (a) Necessary certification of materials, such as mill test reports. (b) Purchase specifications for all items on bills of materials, along with: (1) (2) (3) Test data to verify that the requirements of the specification have been met. Results of documented tests and inspections. Final-assembly maintenance and running clearances.

(c) Pressure-containing parts shall not be painted until the specified inspection of the parts is completed. (d) Purchaser will specify the following: (1) Parts that shall be subjected to surface and subsurface examination.

(2) The type of examination required, such as magnetic particle, liquid penetrant, radiographic, or ultrasonic examination. 9.2.2 Material Inspection

(a) Pressure casing inspection shall be in accordance with EGE 00-B-20.

MOBIL ENGINEERING GUIDE EGE 15-B-20 1993


PAGE 48 OF 77 JULY 1993

(b) Welding and weld inspection shall be in accordance with EGE 00-B-21. 9.3 9.3.1 Testing General

(a) Performance and NPSH tests shall be conducted in accordance with the Hydraulic Institute Standards. (b) An NPSH test shall be performed when the NPSHA does not exceed the NPSHR by 0.6 m (2 ft) for hydrocarbons. (Proposals for providing such pumps shall include details of vendors proposed method of testing.) (c) When specified, at least six weeks before the first scheduled test, the vendor shall submit to the purchaser, for his review and comment, detailed procedures for all running tests, including acceptance criteria for all monitored parameters. (d) The vendor shall notify the purchaser not less than five working days before the date the equipment will be ready for testing. If the testing is rescheduled, the vendor shall notify the purchaser not less than five working days before the new test date. 9.3.2 Hydrostatic Test

(a) Pressure-containing parts (including auxiliaries) shall be tested hydrostatically at a minimum of 1.5 times the maximum allowable working pressure, with the special provisions specified below: (1) Double-casing pumps may be segmentally tested when approved by Mobil.

(2) Cooling passages and components, including jackets for bearings, stuffing boxes, pedestals, oil coolers, and seal coolers, shall be tested at a minimum pressure of 7.9 bar gage (115 psig). (3) Test liquid shall be at a higher temperature than the nil-ductility transition temperature of the material being tested. (b) If the part tested is to operate at a temperature at which the strength of a material is less than it is at room temperature, the hydrostatic test pressure shall be multiplied by a factor obtained by dividing the allowable stress for the material at room temperature by that at operating temperature. The stress values used shall conform to those given in ASME B31.3 for piping or in Section VIII, Division 1, of the ASME Code for vessels. The pressure thus obtained shall be the minimum pressure at which the hydrostatic test is performed. The data sheet shall list actual hydrostatic test pressures. (c) The chloride concentration of liquids used to test austenitic stainless steel materials shall not exceed 50 ppm. To prevent deposition of chlorides as a result of evaporative drying, all residual liquid shall be removed from tested parts at the conclusion of the test. (d) Tests shall be maintained for a sufficient period of time to permit complete examination of parts under pressure. The hydrostatic test shall be considered satisfactory when neither leaks nor seepage through the casing or casing joint is observed for at least 30 minutes. Large, heavy castings may require a longer testing period to be approved by Mobil. Seepage past internal closures required for testing of segmented cases and operation of a test pump to maintain pressure is acceptable. (e) When specified, the hydrostatic test liquid shall include a wetting agent to reduce surface tension. This should be considered when one or more of the following conditions exists:

MOBIL ENGINEERING GUIDE


JULY 1993 PAGE 49 OF 77

EGE 15-B-20 1993

(1) (2) (3) 9.3.3

The liquid pumped has a specific gravity of less than 0.7 at the pumping temperature. The casing is cast from a new or altered pattern. The materials are known to have poor castability.

Performance Test

Unless otherwise specified, each pump shall be given a performance test on water at a water temperature less than 66C (150F) in accordance with Items (a) through (d). A performance curve from an identical pump will not be acceptable as a performance test. The data sheet shall be marked to indicate when the performance test will be witnessed. Test data must be shown on certified test curves for the points tested. (a) The following requirements shall be met before the performance test is performed: (1) (2) Bearings used in oil mist lubrication systems shall be prelubricated. All joints and connections shall be checked for tightness and any leaks shall be corrected.

(3) All warning, protective, and control devices shall be checked and adjustments shall be made as required. (4) All purchased vibration transducers shall be in use during the test. If vibration probes are not furnished by the vendor, or if the purchased probes are not compatible with shop readout facilities, then shop probes and readouts that meet the accuracy requirements of API Standard 670 shall be used. (5) The vibration characteristics determined by the use of the instrumentation specified in Item (4) above shall serve as the basis for acceptance or rejection of the machine by Mobil (see Paragraph 5.9.4). (b) Unless otherwise specified, the performance test shall be conducted in accordance with the following: (1) The vendor shall take test data, including head, capacity, and power, at a minimum of five points during the performance test. These points are subject to negotiation between Mobil and the vendor but will normally be shutoff, minimum continuous stable flow, midway between minimum and rated flow, rated flow, and 110 percent of rated flow. (2) The vendor shall maintain a complete, detailed log of all final tests and shall prepare the required number of copies, including test curves and data, certified for correctness. All running tests and mechanical checks shall be completed by the vendor before the purchaser's inspection. (3) All pumps shall be operated for at least one hour at rated speed and capacity.

(c) During the performance test, the following requirements shall be met:

MOBIL ENGINEERING GUIDE EGE 15-B-20 1993


PAGE 50 OF 77 JULY 1993

(1) The vibration amplitude shall not exceed the limits specified in Paragraph 5.9.4. A log of vibration data shall be supplied by the pump vendor. The data shall be recorded at four different capacities, including recommended minimum flow, 110 percent of rated flow, and two intermediate capacity points. (2) Pumps shall operate within bearing temperature limits and shall not display signs of unfavorable operation, such as noise caused by cavitation. (3) When operated at rated speed and rated capacity, pumps shall be within the tolerances given in Table 10. (d) Unless otherwise specified, if it is necessary to dismantle a pump for some other correction after the performance test is completed, such as improvement of efficiency, NPSH, or mechanical operation, the initial test will not be acceptable and the final performance test shall be run after the correction is made. A retest is also required if the pump is dismantled for the purpose of machining impellers to meet the tolerance of differential head. 9.3.4 Optional Tests

Mobil will specify in the inquiry or in the order whether any of the following shop tests shall be performed: (a) NPSHR Test (1) NPSHR data shall be taken at the following four points: minimum continuous stable flow, midway between minimum and rated flow, rated flow, and 110 percent of rated flow. (2) A 3 percent drop in head (first-stage head on multistage pumps) indicates performance impairment. For multistage pumps, total head may be divided by the number of centrifugal stages to approximate first-stage head. With Mobils approval, NPSHR tests may be conducted with only the first stage installed. (3) NPSHR at the rated point shall not exceed the quoted value (see the data sheet). Dismantling to correct NPSHR requires a retest. (b) Complete Unit Test Components such as pumps, gears, drivers, and auxiliaries that make up a complete unit shall be tested together. When specified, torsional vibration measurements shall be made to verify the vendors analysis. The complete unit test shall be performed in place of, or in addition to, separate tests of individual components specified by Mobil. (c) Sound Level Test The sound level test shall be performed in accordance with EGE 00-B-5.

MOBIL ENGINEERING GUIDE


JULY 1993 PAGE 51 OF 77

EGE 15-B-20 1993

TABLE 10 PERFORMANCE TOLERANCES Rated Point (%) Shutoff (%)

Condition Rated differential head 0-152 m (0-500 ft)

!2
+5

!10
(Note 1) +8

+10

153-305 m (501-1000 ft)

!2
+3

!8 !5
+5

Over 305 m (1000 ft)

!2
+2 +4 (Note 2) +0

Rated power

NPSHR

____________ NOTES: Rated efficiency = !1/2 point of efficiency. 1. If a rising head capacity curve is specified, the negative tolerance specified here shall be allowed only if the test curve still shows a rising characteristic. 2. Under any combination of the above.

(d)

Auxiliary Equipment Test

Auxiliary equipment such as gears and control systems shall be tested in the pump vendors shop. Details of the test procedure shall be developed jointly by Mobil and the vendor. 9.4 Preparation for Shipment

9.4.1 Equipment shall be suitably prepared for the type of shipment specified, including restraint of the rotor when necessary. The preparation shall make the equipment suitable for six months of outdoor storage from the time of shipment, with no disassembly required before operation except for inspection of bearings and seals. If storage for a longer period is contemplated, the purchaser will consult with the vendor regarding the recommended procedures to be followed. 9.4.2 The vendor shall provide the purchaser with the instructions necessary to preserve the integrity of the storage preparation after the equipment arrives at the job site and before startup. 9.4.3 The equipment shall be prepared for shipment after all testing and inspection have been completed and the equipment has been approved by Mobil. The preparation shall include the following: (a) Pumps with three or more stages shall be disassembled after the performance test and inspected, and all internal parts shall be coated with a suitable rust preventive before reassembly. Single- and two-stage pumps need not be disassembled after the performance test provided the pump, including the stuffing box, is completely drained and dried and all internal parts are coated with a suitable rust preventive. All pumps shall be shipped completely assembled, except where size or configuration makes this impractical. In such instances, the vendor shall furnish a field service engineer to supervise the field assembly.

MOBIL ENGINEERING GUIDE EGE 15-B-20 1993


PAGE 52 OF 77 JULY 1993

(b) Exterior surfaces, except for machined surfaces, shall be given at least one coat of the manufacturers standard paint. Stainless steel parts need not be painted. (c) Exterior machined surfaces shall be coated with a suitable rust preventive. (d) Flanged openings shall be provided with metal closures at least 5 mm (3/16 in.) thick, with rubber gaskets and at least four full-diameter bolts. For studded openings, all nuts needed for the intended service shall be used to secure closures. (e) Threaded openings shall be provided with steel caps or round-head steel plugs in accordance with ASME B16.11. The caps or plugs shall be of material equal to or superior to that of the pressure casing. In no case shall nonmetallic (such as plastic) caps or plugs be used. (f) Openings that have been beveled for welding shall be provided with closures designed to prevent entrance of foreign materials and damage to the bevel. (g) Lifting points and lifting lugs shall be clearly identified. (h) The equipment shall be identified with item and serial numbers. Material shipped separately shall be identified with securely affixed, corrosion-resistant metal tags indicating the item and serial number of the equipment for which it is intended. In addition, crated equipment shall be shipped with duplicate packing lists, one inside and one on the outside of the shipping container. (i) When a spare rotor is purchased, the rotor shall be prepared for unheated indoor storage for a period of at least three years. The rotor shall be treated with a rust preventive and shall be housed in a vapor barrier envelope with a slow-release vapor phase inhibitor. The rotor shall be suitably crated for the type of shipment specified. Suitable lead sheeting, at least 3.2 mm (1/8 in.) thick, shall be used between the rotor and the cradle at the support areas. The rotor shall not be supported at journals. (j) Exposed shafts for magnetic drive pumps and shaft couplings shall be wrapped with waterproof, moldable waxed cloth or vapor phase inhibitor paper. The seams shall be sealed with oilproof adhesive tape. 9.4.4 Components (both individual pieces and packaged sets) shipped with mounted preassembled piping, tubing, or wiring shall comply with current statutory safety requirements. 9.4.5 Auxiliary piping connections furnished on the purchased equipment shall be impression stamped or permanently tagged to agree with the vendors connection table or general arrangement drawing. Service and connection designations shall be indicated. 9.4.6 One copy of the manufacturers standard installation instructions shall be packed and shipped with the equipment. 10. 10.1 VENDOR'S DATA Proposals

The vendors proposal shall include the following information: (a) A copy of the "Vendor Drawing and Data Requirements" form (see Appendix H) indicating the schedule according to which the vendor agrees to furnish the data requested by Mobil (see Paragraph

MOBIL ENGINEERING GUIDE


JULY 1993 PAGE 53 OF 77

EGE 15-B-20 1993

10.2). (b) Copies of Mobils data sheet with complete vendor information entered thereon. (c) Complete performance curves, including differential head, efficiency, water NPSHR, and power expressed as functions of capacity. The curves shall be extended to at least 125 percent of capacity at peak efficiency, and the rated operating point shall be indicated. The head curve for maximum and minimum impeller diameters shall be included. The eye area of the first-stage impeller and the impeller identification number shall be shown on the curves. If applicable, the curves shall indicate viscosity corrections. Minimum flow and any limitations of operation shall be indicated. (d) Utility requirements such as steam, water, electricity, air, gas, and lube oil, including the quantity of lube oil required at the supply pressure and the nameplate rating and operating power requirements of auxiliary drivers. (Approximate data shall be defined and clearly identified as such.) This information shall be entered on the data sheet. (e) Maximum operating, shipping, and erection weights, and the normal maintenance weight, with identification of the item. These data shall be stated individually where separate shipments, packages, or assemblies are involved. These data shall be entered on the data sheet where applicable. (f) Preliminary outline and arrangement drawings and schematic diagrams.

(g) Typical cross-sectional drawings and literature to fully describe details of the offerings, including details of: (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) (9) Internal bearing for canned motors and magnetic couplings. Bearing lubrication. Motor/coupling cooling. Venting systems. Axial loads vs capacity and speed. Magnetic coupling pullout torque. Torque vs speed curve for driver. Pressure rating for canned motor casing and magnetic coupling outer housing. Filter performance.

(h) A specific statement that the system and all its components are in strict accordance with this Guide. If the system and components are not in strict accordance, the vendor shall include a specific list that details and explains each deviation. (i) A list of spare parts required for normal maintenance for a period of two years shall be provided. Prices and normal delivery times are required in the proposal. (j) An itemized list of the special tools included in the offering. The vendor shall list any metric items included in the offering.

MOBIL ENGINEERING GUIDE EGE 15-B-20 1993


PAGE 54 OF 77 JULY 1993

(k) A description of the tests and inspection procedures for materials as required by Paragraph 5.7.1 (c). (l) An outline of all necessary special weather and winterizing protection required by the pump, its auxiliaries, and the driver (if furnished by the vendor) for startup, operation, and idleness. The vendor shall list separately the protective items he proposes to furnish. (The purchaser will specify any requirements for long-term storage.) (m) A list of similar machines installed and operating under analogous conditions. (n) Any startup, shutdown, or operating restrictions required to protect the integrity of the equipment. (o) The calculation of suction specific speed, which shall be made for the maximum impeller diameter at the best efficiency point. (p) Any test-facility limitations that may require the vendor to assemble and drive single-stage double-suction pumps from the opposite end for testing. 10.2 10.2.1 Data Requirements General

(a) The following paragraphs specify information to be furnished by the vendor. The vendor shall complete and forward the "Vendor Drawing and Data Requirements" form (see Appendix H) to the address or addresses noted on the order. This form shall detail the schedule for transmission of drawings, curves, and data as agreed to at the time of the order, as well as the number and type of copies required. (b) The data shall be identified on transmittal (cover) letters and in title blocks or pages with the following information: (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) The purchaser/users corporate name. The job/project number. The equipment name and item number. The purchase order number. Any other identification specified in the purchase order.

(6) The vendors identifying shop order number, serial number, or other reference required to identify return correspondence completely. 10.2.2 Coordination Meeting

When specified, a coordination meeting shall be held at a mutually agreed upon location, preferably within six weeks after the purchase commitment. An agenda shall be prepared for this meeting and should include the following items: (a) The purchase order, scope of supply, and subvendor items. (b) The data sheet.

MOBIL ENGINEERING GUIDE


JULY 1993 PAGE 55 OF 77

EGE 15-B-20 1993

(c) Schedules for transmittal of drawings, production, and testing. (d) Inspection, expediting, and testing requirements. (e) The physical orientation of the equipment, piping, and auxiliary systems. (f) Preliminary schematics of the lube oil, cooling, and sealing systems.

(g) A review of applicable specifications and previously agreed upon exceptions to specifications. 10.2.3 Drawings

(a) Specified by the inquiry and in the purchase order are the number of prints and/or reproducibles required and the time span within which they are to be submitted by the vendor [see Paragraph 10.2.1 (a)]. (b) The vendors drawings will be reviewed by Mobil when received. However, this review shall not constitute permission to deviate from any requirements in the order unless specifically agreed upon in writing. After the drawings have been reviewed, the vendor shall furnish certified copies in the quantity specified. Drawings shall be clearly legible and in accordance with ASME Y14.2M. (c) The following information shall be provided on the drawings (typical drawings are not acceptable). (1) (2) (3) Mobils order number (on every drawing). Mobils equipment tag number (on every drawing). The vendors shop order and/or serial number (on every drawing).

(4) The weight of each assembly, of the heaviest piece of equipment that must be handled for erection, and of significant items to be handled for maintenance (on the appropriate drawings). (5) Lift points for the entire assembly.

(6) Principal dimensions, including those required for the piping design, maintenance clearances, and dismantling clearances, and complete information to permit adequate foundation design by the purchaser. This shall include but shall not be limited to the following: Grouting details. The size and location of foundation bolts. The center of gravity for each driver, gear, and pump and for the complete assembly. (7) (8) Suction and discharge nozzle forces and moments. The direction of rotation.

(9) The size, type, rating, location, and identification of all the purchaser's connections, including those for vents, drains, lubricating oil, conduits, and instruments. (The vendor's plugged connections shall be identified.) (10) When shaft couplings are furnished, their make, size, and type and the style of the coupling guards.

MOBIL ENGINEERING GUIDE EGE 15-B-20 1993


PAGE 56 OF 77 JULY 1993

(11) Complete bills of materials covering the vendors entire scope of supply. (12) If requested by Mobil, optional locations of main and auxiliary piping connections, accessory equipment, and the like. The drawing that shows these options shall be clearly marked "preliminary." (13) A list of reference drawings. (14) A list of any special weather-protection and climatization features. (15) Cold-alignment setting data for equipment furnished by the vendor. Data on expected thermal growth, including transient effects, shall be included. (16) The location of the center of gravity and rigging provisions to permit removal of the top half of the casing, the rotor, and any subassemblies that weigh more than 135 kg (300 lb). (d) The vendor shall supply schematic diagrams of each system in the vendors scope of supply, as well as outline drawings and specifications for the components. (e) The vendor shall supply cross-sectional or assembly-type drawings for all equipment furnished, showing all parts, design running clearances, and balancing data required for erection and maintenance. (Typical drawings are not acceptable.) This should include impeller, coupling, and bearing fits. 10.2.4 Curves

(a) The vendor shall provide complete performance curves to encompass the map of operations, with any limitations indicated thereon. (b) Certified test curves and data shall be submitted within 15 days after testing and shall include head power recalculated to the proper specific gravity, and efficiency, plotted against capacity. If applicable, viscosity corrections shall be indicated. The water NPSHR curve shall be included, drawn from actual test data, for an impeller cast from the same pattern. The curve sheet shall include the maximum and minimum diameters of the impeller design supplied, the eye area of the first-stage impeller, the identification number of the impeller or impellers, and the pump serial number. 10.2.5 Data

(a) The vendor shall provide full information to enable completion of the data sheet, first for "as purchased" and then for "as built." This shall be done by the vendor correcting and filling out the data sheet and submitting copies to Mobil. (b) When specified, the vendor shall make the following information available: (1) The vendors physical and chemical data from mill reports (or certification) of pressure parts, impellers, and shafts. (2) Certified shop logs of the performance test.

(3) A record of shop test data (which the vendor shall maintain for at least five years after the date of shipment). The vendor shall submit certified copies of the test data to Mobil before shipment. (4) The required number of torsional analysis reports (which the vendor shall furnish no later than three months after the date of the order). The torsional analysis shall include but not be limited to the following:

MOBIL ENGINEERING GUIDE


JULY 1993 PAGE 57 OF 77

EGE 15-B-20 1993

A complete description of the method used to determine the critical speed. A graphic display of the mass elastic system. A Table identifying the mass moment and torsional stiffness of each component identified in the mass elastic system. A graphic display of torsional critical speeds and deflections (that is, a mode shape diagram). The calculated rotor response curves. (5) (6) (7) Completed as-built data sheet. Certified hydrostatic test data. Optional test data and reports specified by Mobil.

(c) The vendor shall provide as-built running clearances and, where applicable, thrust- and radial-bearing clearances. (d) The vendor shall furnish a parts list for all equipment supplied. The list shall include pattern, stock, or production drawing numbers and materials of construction. The list shall completely identify each part so that Mobil may determine the interchangeability of the part with other equipment furnished by the same manufacturer. Standard purchased items shall be identified by the original manufacturer's name and part number. Materials shall be identified as specified in Paragraph 5.7.1 (b). (e) The vendor shall furnish a drawing and materials list showing auxiliary piping furnished by the vendor. (This information may be included on the outline drawings.) (f) No more than 15 days after the actual shipment date, the vendor shall furnish the required number of instruction manuals for the equipment and any auxiliaries and instruments provided by the vendor. Methods of lifting the assembled machine shall be completely described. The manuals shall include legible drawings of the specific equipment included (typical drawings are not acceptable), a parts list, completed data sheet, and certified performance curves. They shall also include instructions covering installations, final tests and checks, startup, shutdown, operating limits, and operating and maintenance procedures. The recommended clearances and maximum and minimum design clearances shall be clearly stated. The required amount, specifications, and supply temperature and pressure ranges for lubricating oils shall be stated. (g) The vendor shall submit a supplementary list of spare parts other than those included in his original proposal. This supplementary list shall include recommended spare parts, cross-sectional or assembly-type drawings, parts numbers, materials, prices, and delivery times. Parts numbers shall identify each part for purposes of interchangeability. Standard purchased items shall be identified by the original manufacturer's numbers. The vendor shall forward this supplementary list to Mobil promptly after receipt of the approved drawings and in time to permit order and delivery of parts before field startup. (h) At least six weeks before shipment, the vendor shall submit preservation, packaging, and shipping procedures to Mobil for review. 10.2.6 Progress Reports

When specified, the vendor shall submit progress reports to the purchaser at the agreed-upon frequency.

MOBIL ENGINEERING GUIDE EGE 15-B-20 1993


PAGE 58 OF 77 JULY 1993

The reports shall include engineering and manufacturing information on all major components.

MOBIL ENGINEERING GUIDE


JULY 1993 PAGE 59 OF 77

EGE 15-B-20 1993

APPENDIX A MATERIALS FOR SEAL-LESS CENTRIFUGAL PUMP PARTS


Material Class and Material Abbreviations* Equipment ASTM Material STL CI Pressure casing (pump case cover) Secondary control casing Impeller Case wearing rings Impeller wearing rings Wet-end shaft (Note 2) Product-lubricated bearing (bushing) Magnets Canned motor materials (housing, insulation, etc.) Case studs Case gasket Yes Yes Yes No Carbon steel Carbon steel Cast iron Cast iron S-1 STL Ni-Resist Carbon steel Carbon steel Ni-resist Ni-resist S-3 STL STL Carbon steel Carbon steel Carbon steel Cast iron S-4 STL 12% Cr Carbon steel Carbon steel Carbon steel 12% chrome, hardened 12% chrome, hardened AISI 4140 steel Note 5 S-5 STL 12% Cr Carbon steel Carbon steel 12% chrome 12% chrome, hardened 12% chrome, hardened AISI 4140 steel (Note 4) Note 5 S-6

No

Cast iron

Ni-resist

Cast iron

Yes

Carbon steel Note 5

Carbon steel Note 5

Carbon steel Note 5

No No No

See Appendix C, Magnet Materials Note 6 Note 6 Note 6 Note 6 Note 6

Yes No

AISI 4140 steel Austenitic SS, spiral wound

AISI 4140 steel Austenitic SS, spiral wound

AISI 4140 steel Austenitic SS, spiral wound

AISI 4140 steel Austenitic SS, spiral wound

AISI 4140 steel Austenitic SS, spiral wound

*The abbreviation above the diagonal line indicates case material; below the line indicates trim material. CI = Cast iron, STL = steel, 12% Cr = 12% chrome, SS = stainless steel, AUS = austenitic stainless, 316 = Type 316 stainless steel.

MOBIL ENGINEERING GUIDE EGE 15-B-20 1993


PAGE 60 OF 77 JULY 1993

APPENDIX A Contd
Material Class and Material Abbreviations* Equipment ASTM Material STL Monel Pressure casing (pump case cover) Yes Carbon steel S-9 C-6 12% Cr 12% Cr 12% chrome AUS AUS (NOTES 1,2) Austenitic stainless steel Carbon steel Austenitic stainless steel Hardfaced austenitic stainless steel (Note 3) Hardfaced austenitic stainless steel (Note 3) Note 5 A-7 A-8 316 AUS 316 AUS (NOTES 1,2) Type 316 austenitic stainless steel Carbon steel Type 316 austenitic stainless steel Hardfaced Type 316 austenitic stainless steel (Note 3) Hardfaced Type 316 austenitic stainless steel (Note 3) Note 5

Secondary control casing Impeller

Yes Yes

Carbon steel Monel

Carbon steel 12% chrome

Case wearing rings

No

Monel

12% chrome, hardened

Impeller wearing rings

No

Monel

12% chrome, hardened

Wet-end shaft (Note 2) Magnets Canned motor materials Case studs Case gasket

Yes No No Yes No

Note 5

Note 5

See Appendix C, Magnet Materials Note 6 K-Monel, hardened Monel, PTFE-fill Note 6 AISI 4140 steel Austenitic SS spiral Note 6 AISI 4140 steel Austenitic SS spiral Note 6 AISI 4140 steel Type 316 austenitic SS

*The abbreviation above the diagonal line indicates case material; below the line indicates trim material. CI = Cast iron, STL = steel, 12% Cr = 12% chrome, SS = stainless steel, AUS = austenitic stainless, 316 = Type 316 stainless steel.

MOBIL ENGINEERING GUIDE


JULY 1993 PAGE 61 OF 77

EGE 15-B-20 1993

APPENDIX B ASTM MATERIAL SPECIFICATIONS FOR CENTRIFUGAL PUMP PARTS


PressureContaining Castings ASTM A278 ASTM A216, Grade WCA or WCB Wrought Forgings ASTM A105 or A576 Bolts and Studs

Material Cast iron Carbon steel

Bar Stock ASTM A576, Grade 105

AISI 4140 steel

ASTM A434, Grade 4140 ASTM A276, Type 410 or 416

ASTM A193, Grade B6 ASTM A193, Grade B6

12% chrome steel

ASTM A217 or A487, Grade CA15 or CA6NM ASTM A351, Grade CF8M or CF3M

ASTM A182 Grade F6 or F6NM ASTM A182

Austenitic stainless steel (Note 1)

ASTM A276

ASTM A193

Type 316 stainless steel

ASTM A182, Grade F316 or F316L

ASTM A276, Type 316 or 316L

ASTM A193, Grade B8M

NOTES FOR APPENDICES A AND B: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Austenitic stainless steels include AISI Standard Types 302, 303, 304, 316, 321, and 347. If a particular type is desired, the purchaser will so state. For a vertical pump with its shaft exposed to liquid and running in a bushing, the shaft shall be 12 percent chrome, except for Classes A-7 and A-8. Hardfacing material (stellite, Colmonoy, tungsten carbide, and so forth) for Classes A-7 and A-8 shall be selected by the vendor unless otherwise specified by Mobil. Canned motor materials, such as materials for the motor housing and motor insulation, must conform to the applicable NEMA specification(s). The gland on packed pumps shall be bushed or lined with bronze, except for pumps in ammonia and concentrated or hightemperature [above 60C (140F)] caustic service. The seal gland shall have a nonferrous throttle bushing. For Classes A-7 and A-8, the throttle bushing shall be carbon or fluorocarbon. If pumps with axially split casings are furnished, a sheet gasket suitable for the service is acceptable. Spiral-wound gaskets should contain a filler material suitable for the service.

6.

MOBIL ENGINEERING GUIDE EGE 15-B-20 1993


PAGE 62 OF 77 JULY 1993

MOBIL ENGINEERING GUIDE


JULY 1993 PAGE 63 OF 77

EGE 15-B-20 1993

APPENDIX D MATERIAL SPECIFICATIONS FOR SPECIFIC SEAL-LESS PUMP COMPONENTS


Material Alloy 20 Babbitt Bronze Typical Description ASTM B473, UNS 8020 (wrought); ASTM A744, Grade CN7M (cast) ASTM B-23, Grades 1-9, as required by vendor for service conditions ASTM B584, UNS C87200 (silicone bronze) or C92200 (tin bronze); ASTM B148, UNS C95200 (aluminum bronze) or C95800 (nickel aluminum bronze) Suitable mechanical carbon as recommended for the service conditions ASTM D1418 FFKM elastomer such as Dupont Kalrez Dupont Viton or equal Union Carbide graphoil or equal Stellite (Cabot Corp.), Colmonoy (Wahl-Colmonoy Corp.), Type 3 tungsten carbide, etc., overlay-weld deposit of 7.6 mm (0.30 in.) minimum finished thickness. If available, a solid cast part of equal material may be substituted. Type 1 tungsten carbide, as required for service conditions, with cobalt binder (solid part, not overlay) Type 3 tungsten carbide-sprayed overlay, as required for service conditions; minimum finished thickness of 0.76 mm (0.03 in.) Monel (nickel-alloy) Ni-resist Nitrile Polytetrafluoroethylene (PTFE) Glass-filled PTFE Precipitation-hardening ASTM A494, Grade M-30C (weldable cast copper material); ASTM B164, Class A (wrought material) ASTM A436, Type 1, 2, or 3 (austenitic cast iron) ASTM A439, Type D2 (austenitic ductile iron) B. F. Goodrich HYCAR, Buna-N, or equal Dupont Teflon or similar material 25 percent glass-filled PTFE ASTM A564, Grade 630 or 631 (wrought); ASTM stainless steel A747, Grade CB7C (cast) Long fiber material with synthetic rubber binder suitable for service conditions or spiral wound and equal gasket material ASTM _____________, Grade(s) _______________, or equal

Carbon FFKM elastomer Fluoroelastomer Graphite foil Hardfacing

Sheet gasket Hastelloy

APPENDIX E INSTRUMENTATION REQUIREMENTS FOR MAGNETIC DRIVE PUMPS


Tag No. Description Location Function

MOBIL ENGINEERING GUIDE EGE 15-B-20 1993


TE1 Temperature sensor
PAGE 64 OF 77 JULY 1993

Containment shell

Alarm/shutdown on rising temperature due to inadequate circulation or magnet drive decoupling Alarm/shutdown on rising temperature due to inadequate circulation or magnet drive decoupling Shutdown on rising pressure due to containment shell leakage Shutdown on rising liquid level due to containment shell leakage Verification of liquid level detection Alarm/shutdown on falling current due to pump running dry condition or magnet drive decoupling Alarm/shutdown on rising vibration Normally closed. Casing and containment shell draining Normally closed. Secondary control casing draining Normally open. Safely direct leakage Normally closed. Casing and containment shell venting Normally open. Safely direct leakage

TE2

Temperature sensor with thermowell Pressure switch Optical moisture sensor Level indicator Current sensor

Circulation flow path at highest temperature location Secondary control casing Secondary control casing collection area Secondary control casing collection area Motor

PSH LSH LI IT

VI D1 D2 D3 V1 V2

Vibration sensor Drain connection Drain connection Drain connection Vent connection Vent connection

Bearing housing Pump casing Secondary control casing Leakage control device Pump casing Leakage control device

MOBIL ENGINEERING GUIDE


JULY 1993 PAGE 65 OF 77

EGE 15-B-20 1993

APPENDIX E Contd

MOBIL ENGINEERING GUIDE EGE 15-B-20 1993


PAGE 66 OF 77 JULY 1993

APPENDIX F DIMENSIONS OF STANDARD BASEPLATES


Dimensions (in.) Baseplate Number 0.5 1 1.5 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 No. of Holes per Side 3 3 3 4 3 4 3 4 4 5 4 5 4 5 A 30.0 30.0 30.0 30.0 36.0 36.0 42.0 42.0 49.0 49.0 55.0 55.0 61.0 61.0 B 48.5 60.5 72.5 84.5 72.5 96.5 72.5 96.5 84.5 108.5 84.5 108.5 84.5 108.5 C 18.25 24.25 30.25 36.25 30.25 42.25 30.25 42.25 36.25 48.25 36.25 48.25 36.25 48.25 D 18.25 24.25 30.25 24.16 30.25 28.16 30.25 28.16 24.16 24.12 24.16 24.12 24.16 24.12 E 27.0 27.0 27.0 27.0 33.0 33.0 39.0 39.0 46.0 46.0 52.0 52.0 58.0 58.0 F 5.5 5.5 5.5 5.5 5.5 5.5 6.5 6.5 6.5 6.5 6.5 6.5 6.5 6.5

FIGURE F-1 SCHEMATIC FOR STANDARD BASEPLATES

MOBIL ENGINEERING GUIDE


JULY 1993 PAGE 67 OF 77

EGE 15-B-20 1993

FIGURE F-2 ANCHOR BOLT PROJECTION

MOBIL ENGINEERING GUIDE EGE 15-B-20 1993


PAGE 68 OF 77 JULY 1993

APPENDIX G CIRCULATING FLUID ARRANGEMENTS

FIGURE G-1 CLEAN PUMPAGE

MOBIL ENGINEERING GUIDE


JULY 1993 PAGE 69 OF 77

EGE 15-B-20 1993

FIGURE G-2 DIRTY OR SPECIAL PUMPAGE

MOBIL ENGINEERING GUIDE EGE 15-B-20 1993


PAGE 70 OF 77 JULY 1993

APPENDIX H
SEAL-LESS CENTRIFUGAL PUMP VENDOR DRAWING AND DATA REQUIREMENTS FORM
FOR JOB NO. PURCHASE ORDER NO. REQUISITION NO. INQUIRY NO. PAGE OF REVISION UNIT
Proposal Review
a b c

SITE

SERVICE ITEM NO. DATE DATE DATE BY NO. REQUIRED


copies of data for all items indicated by an X. copies and transparencies of drawings and data indicated. copies and transparencies of drawings and data indicated. operating and maintenance manuals.

SERIAL NO.
Bidder shall furnish Vendor shall furnish Vendor shall furnish Vendor shall furnish

Final

DISTRIBUTION RECORD

FinalReceived from vendor c FinalDue from vendor ReviewReturned to vendor ReviewReceived from vendor c ReviewDue from vendor PUMP

?
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. 27.

Certified dimensional outline drawing. Cross-sectional drawings and bill of materials. Shaft seal drawing and bill of materials. Coupling assembly drawing and bill of materials. Primary and auxiliary sealing schematic and bill of materials. Cooling or heating schematic and bill of materials. Lube-oil schematic and bill of materials. Lube-oil system arrangement drawing and list of connections. Lube-oil component drawings and data. Electrical and instrumentation schematics and bill of materials. Electrical and instrumentation arrangement drwg. & list of conn. Performance curves. Vibration analysis data. Damped unbalanced response analysis. Lateral critical speed analysis. Torsional critical speed analysis. Certified hydrostatic test data. Progress reports. Weld procedures. Performance test data. Certified rotor balance data for multistage pumps. Residual unbalance check. Rotor mechanical and electrical runout. As-built data sheets. As-built clearances. Installation, operation, and maintenance manuals. Spare parts recommendations.

a b Proposal drawings and data do not have to be certified or as-built. c Purchaser will indicate in this column the time frame for submission of materials using nomenclature given at the end of the form.

Bidder shall complete these two columns to reflect his actual distribution schedule and include this form with his proposal.

MOBIL ENGINEERING GUIDE


JULY 1993 PAGE 71 OF 77

EGE 15-B-20 1993

APPENDIX H DATA FORM Contd


JOB NO. PAGE DATE OF
a

ITEM NO. BY REVISION NO.


Bidder shall furnish Vendor shall furnish Vendor shall furnish Vendor shall furnish copies of data for all items indicated by an X. copies and transparencies of drawings and data indicated. copies and transparencies of drawings and data indicated. operating and maintenance manuals.

Proposal Review

b c

Final

DISTRIBUTION RECORD

FinalReceived from vendor c FinalDue from vendor ReviewReturned to vendor ReviewReceived from vendor c ReviewDue from vendor MOTOR

?
28. 29. 30. 31. 32. 33. 34. As-built data sheets. Performance data.

Certified dimensional outline drawing. Cross-sectional drawing and bill of materials.

Certified drawings of auxiliary systems. Installation, operation, and maintenance manuals. Spare parts recommendations. GEARS

35. 36. 37. 38. 39. 40. 41. 42. 43.

Certified dimensional outline drawings and list of connections. Cross-sectional drawing and bill of materials. As-built data sheets. Mechanical running test log. Gear manufacturer's standard test logs. Optional test data and reports. Installation, operation, and maintenance manuals. Spare parts recommendations. Couplings assembly drawing.

a b Proposal drawings and data do not have to be certified or as-built. c form.

Purchaser will indicate in this column the time frame for submission of materials using the nomenclature given at the end of the

Bidder shall complete these two columns to reflect his actual distribution schedule and include this form with his proposal.

NOTES: 1. Send all drawings and data to: 2. All drawings and data must show project, appropriation, purchase order, and item numbers in addition to the plant location and unit. In addition to the copies specified above, one set of the drawings/instructions necessary for field installation must be forwarded with the shipment. 3. See expanded description of specified items below. NOMENCLATURE: Snumber of weeks prior to shipment. Fnumber of weeks after firm order. Dnumber of weeks after receipt of approved drawings. VENDOR DATE VENDOR REFERENCE SIGNATURE
(Signature acknowledges receipt of all instructions)

MOBIL ENGINEERING GUIDE EGE 15-B-20 1993


PAGE 72 OF 77 JULY 1993

APPENDIX H Contd DESCRIPTION H-1. 1. Pump Certified dimensional outline drawing, including: a. b. c. d. The size, rating, and location of all customer connections. Approximate overall and handling weights. Overall dimensions. Shaft centerline height.

e. Dimensions of baseplates (if furnished) complete with diameters, number, and locations of bolt holes and the thicknesses of sections through which the bolts must pass. f. g. h. 2. 3. 4. 5. Forces and moments for suction and discharge nozzles. Center of gravity and lifting points. Shaft end separation and alignment data.

Cross-sectional drawings and bill of materials including the type of material. Shaft seal drawing and bill of materials. Coupling assembly drawing and bill of materials including allowable misalignment tolerances. Primary and auxiliary sealing schematic and bill of materials including seal fluid, fluid flows, pressure, pipe and valve sizes, instrumentation, and orifice sizes. Cooling or heating schematic and bill of materials including cooling or heating media, fluid flows, pressure, pipe and valve sizes, instrumentation, and orifice sizes. Lube oil system schematic and bill of materials, including: a. Oil flows and pressures at each use point.

6.

7.

b. Control, alarm, and shutdown settings (recommended pressures and temperatures). c. d. e. f. 8. Total heat loads. Utility requirements, including electrical, water, and air. Pipe, valve, and orifice sizes. Instrumentation, safety devices, and control schemes.

Lube oil system arrangement drawing including size, rating, and location of all customer connections.

MOBIL ENGINEERING GUIDE


JULY 1993 PAGE 73 OF 77

EGE 15-B-20 1993

9.

Lube oil system component drawings and data, including: a. b. c. d. Pumps. Coolers, filters, and reservoir. Instrumentation. Spare parts lists and recommendations.

10.

Electrical and instrumentation schematics and bill of materials, including: a. b. c. Vibration alarm and shutdown limits. Bearing temperature alarm and shutdown limits. Lube oil system temperature alarm and shutdown limits.

11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26.

Electrical and instrumentation arrangement drawing and list of connections. Performance curves; specific to the pump, not a family of curves. Vibration analysis data. Damped unbalanced response analysis. Lateral critical speed analysis. Torsional critical speed analysis. Certified hydrostatic test data. Progress reports detailing the cause of any delays. Weld procedures. Performance test data. Certified rotor balance data for multistage pumps. Residual unbalance check. Rotor mechanical and electrical runout for pumps designed to use noncontacting vibration probes. As-built data sheets. As-built clearances. Instruction manuals describing installation, operation, and maintenance procedures. Each manual shall include the following sections:

Section 1 Installation:
a. b. Storage. Foundation.

MOBIL ENGINEERING GUIDE EGE 15-B-20 1993 c. Grouting.


PAGE 74 OF 77 JULY 1993

d. Setting equipment rigging procedures, component weights, and lifting diagram. e. f. Alignment. Piping recommendations.

g. Composite outline drawing for pump/driver train, including anchor bolt locations. h. Dismantling clearances.

Section 2 Operation:
a. b. c. Startup, including tests and checks before startup. Routine operational procedures. Lube oil recommendations.

Section 3 Disassembly and assembly:


a. b. c. d. e. Rotor in pump casing. Journal bearings. Thrust bearings. Seals. Thrust collars, if applicable.

Section 4 Performance curves including differential head, efficiency, water NPSHR, and brake horsepower vs capacity for all operating conditions specified on the data sheet. Section 5 Vibration data:
a. b. c. Vibration analysis data. Lateral critical speed analysis. Torsional critical speed analysis.

Section 6 As-built data:


a. b. c. As-built data sheets. As-built clearances. Rotor balance data for multistage pumps.

Section 7 Drawing and data requirements:


a. Certified dimensional outline drawing and list of connections.

MOBIL ENGINEERING GUIDE


JULY 1993 PAGE 75 OF 77

EGE 15-B-20 1993

b. c. d. e. f.

Cross-sectional drawing and bill of materials. Shaft seal drawing and bill of materials. Lube oil system arrangement drawing and list of connections. Lube oil system component drawings and data. Electrical and instrumentation schematics and bills of materials.

g. Electrical and instrumentation arrangement drawing and list of connections. h. 27. H-2. 28. Coupling assembly drawing and bill of materials.

Spare parts recommendations. Motor Certified dimensional outline drawing for motor and all auxiliary equipment, including: a. Size, location, and purpose of all customer connections including conduit, instrumentation, and any piping or ducting. b. ASME rating and facing for any flanged connections.

c. Size and location of anchor bolt holes and thicknesses of sections through which bolts must pass. d. Total weight of each item of equipment (motor and auxiliary equipment), plus loading diagrams, heaviest weight, and name of the part. e. Overall dimensions and all horizontal and vertical clearances necessary for dismantling; approximate location of lifting lugs. f. g. h. 29. 30. 31. Shaft centerline height. Shaft end dimensions, plus tolerances for the coupling. Direction of rotation.

Cross-sectional drawing and bill of materials, including the axial rotor float. As-built data sheets. Performance data, including: a. For induction motors 150 kW (200 hp) and smaller: 1. Efficiency and power factor at one-half, three-quarter, and full load.

MOBIL ENGINEERING GUIDE EGE 15-B-20 1993 2.


PAGE 76 OF 77 JULY 1993

Speed/torque curves.

b. For induction motors 185 kW (250 hp) and larger, certified test reports for all tests run and performance curves as follows: 1. Time/current heating curve.

2. Speed/torque curves at 70, 80, 90, and 100 percent of rated voltage. 3. Efficiency and power factor curves from 0 to rated service factor. 4. Current vs load curves from 0 to rated service factor.

5. Current vs speed curves from 0 to 100 percent of rated speed. 32. Certified drawings of auxiliary systems including wiring diagrams for each auxiliary system supplied. The drawings shall clearly indicate the extent of the system to be supplied by the manufacturer and the extent to be supplied by others. Instruction manuals describing installation, operation, and maintenance procedures. Each manual shall include the following sections:

33.

Section 1 Installation:
a. Storage.

b. Setting motor, rigging procedures, component weights, and lifting diagram. c. Piping and conduit recommendations.

d. Composite outline drawing for motor including locations of anchor bolt holes. e. Dismantling clearances.

Section 2 Operation:
a. b. c. d. Startup, including check before startup. Normal shutdown. Operation limits including number of successive starts. Lube oil recommendations.

Section 3 Disassembly and assembly instructions:


a. Rotor in the motor.

MOBIL ENGINEERING GUIDE


JULY 1993 PAGE 77 OF 77

EGE 15-B-20 1993

b. c.

Journal bearings. Seals.

Section 4 Performance data required by Item 31. Section 5 As-built data sheets. Section 6 Drawing and data requirements:
a. Certified dimensional outline drawing for motor and all auxiliary equipment with list of connections. b. 34. H-3. 35. Cross-sectional drawing and bill of materials.

Spare parts recommendations. Gears Certified dimensional outline drawings and list of connections, including: a. The size, rating, location, and identification of all customer connections, including vents, drains, lube oil, conduits, and instruments. b. All principal dimensions, including those required for the purchaser's foundation, piping design, maintenance clearances, and dismantling clearances. c. d. e. f. g. Overall and handling weights. Shaft centerline heights. Shaft end dimensions and tolerances for the couplings. Direction of rotation. Location of the center of gravity of the gear unit.

h. The size and location of anchor bolt holes and thicknesses of sections through which bolts must pass. i. 36. Thermal and mechanical movements of casings and shafts.

Cross-sectional drawing and bill of materials including axial gear and pinion float. As-built data sheets, including: a. b. Data for torsional analysis. Lateral critical speed reports, when specified.

37.

MOBIL ENGINEERING GUIDE EGE 15-B-20 1993 38. 39. 40.


PAGE 78 OF 77 JULY 1993

Mechanical running test log. Gear manufacturers standard test logs including gear contact test data. Optional test data and reports mutually agreed upon by the purchaser and the gear manufacturer. Instruction manuals describing installation, operation, and maintenance procedures. Each manual shall include the following sections: Section 1 Installation: a. Storage.

41.

b. Setting gear, rigging procedures, component weights, and lifting diagram. c. Piping recommendations.

d. Composite outline drawing for gear including anchor bolt hole locations. e. f. Dismantling clearances. Thermal and mechanical movements of casing and shaft.

Section 2 Operation:
a. b. c. d. e. Startup, including final tests and checks. Normal shutdown. Operating limits. Routine operational procedures. Lube oil recommendation.

Section 3 Disassembly and assembly instructions:


a. b. c. d. e. Rotors in casing. Journal bearings. Thrust bearings. Thrust collars. Seals.

Section 4 As-built data:


a. As-built data sheets.

MOBIL ENGINEERING GUIDE


JULY 1993 PAGE 79 OF 77

EGE 15-B-20 1993

b. c. d. e.

Lateral critical speed report. Mechanical running test data. Standard test data. Specified optional test data and reports.

Section 5 Drawing and data requirements:


a. b. 42. 43. Certified dimensional outline drawing and list of connections. Cross-sectional drawing and bill of materials.

Spare parts recommendations. Couplings assembly drawing.

MOBIL ENGINEERING GUIDE SEAL-LESS CENTRIFUGAL PUMP DATA SHEET


SI (METRIC) UNITS JOB NO. PURCHASE ORDER NO. INQUIRY NO. REVISION APPLICABLE TO: FOR SITE SERVICE MANUFACTURER NOTE: BY DATE ITEM NO. DATE

EGE 15-D-20a 1993


Page 1 of 4

PROPOSAL

PURCHASE ORDER UNIT NO. REQD PUMP SIZE, TYPE, & STAGES MODEL

AS BUILT

S/N BY MANUFACTURER OR PURCHASER

INDICATES INFO. COMPLETED BY PURCHASER

BY MANUFACTURER

G "

GENERAL PUMPS TO OPERATE IN PARALLEL/SERIES WITH: MOTOR Driven Pump I/N Driver I/N Provided by Mounted by Data Sheet No.s OPERATING CONDITION 3 Capacity, m /h: Normal Rated Other Suction Press., kPa/barg Max. Rated Discharge Press., kPa/barg Differential Press., kPa/bar Differential Head, m NPSH Avail, m Hydraulic Power, kW Service: GEAR TURBINE

SITE & UTILITY Cooling Water: Water Source Temp Inlet C Press. Norm. kPa/barg Min. Return kPa/barg

DATA (Contd) Max. Return Design Max. Allow. )P C kPa/barg kPa/bar

Continuous

Intermittent (Start/Day

Location:

F SITE & UTILITY DATA


F Heated F Unheated F Mezzanine
Cl

F Indoor F Outdoor F Grade F Winterization

F Tropicalization Reqd
Gr

F Under Roof F Partial Sides F


Div

Electrical Area Class. Site Data:

F F F F F F F F F F
C %

F LIQUID
Type or Name of Fluid Pumping Temp, C Specific Gravity Vapor Pressure, kPa abs/bar Specific Heat Viscosity Max. Viscosity Corrosive/Erosive Agent Chloride Concentration H2S Concentration ppm ppm Cp (kJ/kgC) cP @ cP @ Min. Temp C C Norm. Max. Min. @ Max. Temp

F Elevation, m Barometer, kPa abs/bar F Range of Ambient Temp, Min./Max. / F Relative Humidity, Min./Max. / F Dust F Fumes Unusual Conditions: F Other F Utility Conditions:
Steam: Min. Max. Electricity: Voltage Hertz Phase Remarks DRIVERS kPa/barg kPa/barg DRIVERS HEATING C C HEATING kPa/barg kPa/barg CONTROL

Liquid: Toxic Flammable Particle Concentration, % by Weight Particle Size: Hardness

F Other

C C

SHUTDOWN

F F F F F F F F

Suction Vessel: Pump Location:

F Open to Atms. F Closed System


kPa/barg

F SYSTEM DESCRIPTION

Suction Vessel Pressure

F Below Vessel F Above Vessel Suction Vessel Have Level Control: F Yes F No Suction Vessel Have Pressure Sensor: F Yes F No
How is Suction Vessel Pressure Maintained? If Fluid Level or Tank Pressure Drops Too Low, Will System Automatically Stop the Pump?

Is it Possible the Pump Could Run Dry? Remarks

F Yes F No

MOBIL ENGINEERING GUIDE SEAL-LESS CENTRIFUGAL PUMP DATA SHEET

EGE 15-D-20a 1993


Page 2 of 4

Max. Sound Press. Level Remarks

G G G G G G G G G

G PERFORMANCE
rpm Impeller Diam, mm Rated Power, kW Min. Continuous Flow, m /h Max. Head Rated Impeller Max. Power Rated Impeller NPSH Required at Rate Cap. Suction Specific Speed
3

SI (METRIC) UNITS

Proposal Curve No. Rated Max. Efficiency Thermal Min. % Stable m kW m H2O dBA

G CONSTRUCTION (Contd)
G CCW

Rotation (Viewed From Coupling End)

CW Remarks

Shaft Diameters, mm @ Sleeve Radial Brg Between Brgs

Coupling Thrust Brg Impeller

G CONSTRUCTION
Main Connections: SIZE Suction Discharge Bal Drum Other Other Connections: SERVICE NO. Vent Drain Press. Gage Temp Gage Warmup Other SIZE TYPE/RATING POSITION RATING FACING POSITION

Shaft Span, mm Between Brgs Rd Brg to Impeller Remarks

Coupling: Make Model Cplg Rating, kW/100 rpm Service Factor Spacer Length mm Limited End Float Reqd Lubrication Dynamic Balance AGMA Class Driver Half Coupling Mounted by:

G "

Coupling per API 671 Remarks

F F G

Pump Mfr

F Driver Mfr

F Purchaser

Magnetic Coupling:

Casing Mounting:

Soft Start Reqd Eddy Current Losses Through Shell Heat Generation in Shell, kJ/min Decouple Torque, Nm Lock Rotor Torque, Nm

G Synchronous G Eddy Current G Hard Start Capability


Safety Factor OUTER INNER

G G

G G G G G G G G

Centerline Foot Vertical In-Line

G G G

Near Centerline Separate Mounting Plate Sump

Casing Split: Casing Type: Single Volute Barrel Staggered Volutes In-Line

Axial

Radial

Mounting Method Temp Limitation, C Hermetically Sealed No. of Magnets Total Torque, Nm BEARINGS & LUBRICATION Bearing (Pump Driver Shaft): Radial (Cplg End) Thrust (Impeller End) Lubrication: Oil Viscosity, ISO Grade mm Mfr/Type/No./Life/Load, kg

G G G

Double Volute Diffuser Vertical Double Casing

Impeller:

G Close G Open G Between Bearings F Impellers Individually Secured F

Thrust Bal Max. Solid Size

Semi-Close

Overhung

Case and Containment Shell Pressure Rating, kPa/barg Case and Containment Shell Designed for Same MAWP kPa/barg Thickness kPa/barg kPa/barg kPa/barg @ Norm. Pump Temp Hydrotest

MAWP @ 140C

G Grease G Flood G Ring G Flinger G Purge Oil Mist G Pure Oil Mist G Constant Level Oiler G Pressure G API 610 G API 614 G " Oil Heater Reqd: F Electric F Steam G Oil Press. Greater Than Coolant Pressure
Bearing (Pump Driven Shaft), mm: Radial: Diam Lgth No. Span Thrust: Type End Play No. Load Clearance Load kPa/bar or kg Diam kPa/bar or kg

Remarks

MOBIL ENGINEERING GUIDE SEAL-LESS CENTRIFUGAL PUMP DATA SHEET EGE 15-D-20a 1993

Magnet Material: Outer Remarks

G G G G G G G G G G G G G G G G

G MATERIAL
Barrel/Case Wear Rings: Case Shaft: Drive Containment Shell Driven Shaft Radial Brg Driven Shaft Bearing Journal Driven Shaft Thrust Brg Driven Shaft Thrust Face Driver Bearing Housing Adapter or Transition Plate Wetted Fasteners Coupling Hubs Baseplate Vertical Leveling Screws Horizontal Position Screws Inner Impeller Impeller Driven

SI (METRIC) UNITS

G G G G F F F F G G G G G F F G

G MOTOR DRIVE
kW

Page 3 of 4

Manufacturer Power Rating Horizontal Frame Type Volts/Phase/Hertz Explosionproof "T" Rating Minimum Starting Voltage, % Lock Rotor amps Insulation Starting Method Bearings: Type Lube 2 X Thrust Rating Shaft: Solid Hollow Mfr

G
Vertical Enclosure Service Factor

rpm

Temp Rise Full Load amps

Number

Vertical Thrust Capacity, kg: Up Remarks

Down

G INSTRUMENTATION
Vibration:

COOLING WATER & JACKET PIPING

F F

F Seismic F Noncontacting Provisions for Mounting Only F API 671 Data Sheet
Accelerometer

Remarks

F F F F F G G

Cooling Water Reqd Other Sight Flow Indicators Galvanized Pipe Schd Stainless Steel Tubing Size & Wall Cooling Water Requirements: 3 Flow: m /h @ Steam Requirements: Flow: kg/h @

F F

Steam Jacket Reqd

Manifold Outlet Valve

F Copper Tubing

Temperature and Pressure

kPa/barg kPa/barg & C

F F F F F

Temp Gages

Thermowells

F Press. Gages

Provisions for Instruments Only Containment Shell Temp Probes Only Containment Shell Temp Probes & Inst Readout Other

Remarks SURFACE PREPARATION & PAINT

Remarks (Mfr & Model)

Other Pump: Primer Baseplate:

F F

Manufacturer's Std

F F F F F

Adapter Liquid or Leak Detector (Mfr & Model) Motor Load Sensors (Mfr & Model) Differential Press. Switch (Mfr & Model) Flow Detectors (Mfr & Model) Secondary Containment Shell (Thickness, Design, Capacity, etc.)

F F F F F F F F F F

Surface Preparation SSPC-SP Finish Coat

Surface Preparation SSPC-SP Primer

Grouting Reqd: Primer Remarks Shipment: Domestic

F Yes

Finish Coat

F No

Surface Preparation SSPC-SP

Export

F Export Boxing Reqd F


Vertical Storage

Remarks

Outdoor Storage More Than 6 Months Spare Rotor Assembly & Spare Parts Horizontal Storage Type of Shipping Preparation Remarks

MOBIL ENGINEERING GUIDE SEAL-LESS CENTRIFUGAL PUMP DATA SHEET EGE 15-D-20a 1993
Page 4 of 4

G WEIGHTS
Motor Driven Pump:

SI (METRIC) UNITS

G G G G G G G G G G

F
kg kg kg kg kg

G QA INSPECTION & TEST (Contd)


Magnetic Particle Radiographic

Charpy Impact Test Required for

Weight of Pump Weight of Baseplate Weight of Motor Weight of Gear Total Weight

F F F F F F F

Inspection Reqd for:

F F

F F

Liquid Penetrant Ultrasonic

Hardness Test Reqd for Surfactant Hydrotest Vendor Submit Test Procedures Record Final Assembly Running Clearances Vendor Maintain Records for 5 Years Shop Inspections TEST Hydrostatic Performance NON-WIT WIT OBS

Turbine Driven Pump: Weight of Pump Weight of Baseplate Weight of Motor Weight of Gear Total Weight kg kg kg kg kg

Remarks

F F F F F F F F F F F F F F

F OTHER PURCHASER REQUIREMENTS


Coordination Meeting Reqd Review Foundation Drawings Review Piping Drawings Observe Piping Checks Observe Initial Alignment Check Check Alignment at Operating Temperature Rotor Balanced During Assembly of Each Element Vendor Demonstration of Maximum Allowable Vibration at Minimum Flow to Maximum Design Flow Lateral Response Analysis Required:

NPSH Complete Unit Test

Pump Only

F All Equipment

Critical Speed Analysis Stiffness Map of Undamped Rotor Torsional Analysis Progress Reports Required Other

F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F

Sound Level Test Dismantle & Inspect After Test Cleanliness Prior to Final Assembly Pipe Load Test

F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F

F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F

F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F

APPLICABLE STANDARDS API 610 Other Vendor Unit Responsibility Governing Specification (If Different)

ASME B73.1 & B73.2

Remarks

Remarks

F F F F F

QA INSPECTION & TEST Review of Vendors QA Program Performance Curve Approval Material Certification Required: SPARE PARTS

F F F

Casing

Impeller

F F F

F F
Shaft

Startup Specify

Reconditioning

F Critical Service

Casting Repair Procedure Approval Reqd Inspection Required for Nozzle Welds: Magnetic Particle Radiographic

Remarks

Liquid Penetrant Ultrasonic

Remarks

MOBIL ENGINEERING GUIDE SEAL-LESS CENTRIFUGAL PUMP DATA SHEET


CUSTOMARY UNITS JOB NO. PURCHASE ORDER NO. INQUIRY NO. REVISION APPLICABLE TO: FOR SITE SERVICE MANUFACTURER NOTE: BY DATE ITEM NO. DATE

EGE 15-D-20b 1993


Page 1 of 4

PROPOSAL

PURCHASE ORDER UNIT NO. REQD PUMP SIZE, TYPE, & STAGES MODEL

AS BUILT

S/N BY MANUFACTURER OR PURCHASER

INDICATES INFO. COMPLETED BY PURCHASER

BY MANUFACTURER

G "

GENERAL PUMPS TO OPERATE IN PARALLEL/SERIES WITH: MOTOR Driven Pump I/N Driver I/N Provided by Mounted by Data Sheet No.s Capacity, gpm: Other Suction Press., psig Discharge Press., psig Differential Press., psi Differential Head, ft Hydraulic Power, hp Service: GEAR TURBINE

F OPERATING CONDITION
Normal Max.

Rated Rated

SITE & UTILITY DATA (Contd) Cooling Water: Water Source Temp Inlet F Max. Return Press. Norm. psig Design Min. Return psig Max. Allow. )P

F psig psi

NPSH Avail, ft

Continuous

Intermittent (Start/Day

Location:

F SITE & UTILITY DATA


F Heated F Unheated F Mezzanine
Cl

F Indoor F Outdoor F Grade F Winterization

F Tropicalization Reqd
Gr

F Under Roof F Partial Sides F


Div

Electrical Area Class. Site Data:

F F F F F F F F F F
F %

F LIQUID
Type or Name of Fluid Pumping Temp, F Specific Gravity Vapor Pressure, psia Specific Heat Viscosity Max. Viscosity Corrosive/Erosive Agent Chloride Concentration H2S Concentration ppm ppm Cp (Btu/lbF) cP @ cP @ Min. Temp F F Norm. Max. Min. @ Max. Temp

F Elevation, ft Barometer, psia F Range of Ambient Temp, Min./Max. / F Relative Humidity, Min./Max. / F Dust F Fumes Unusual Conditions: F Other F Utility Conditions:
Steam: Min. Max. Electricity: Voltage Hertz Phase Remarks DRIVERS DRIVERS psig psig HEATING F F HEATING psig psig CONTROL F F

Liquid: Toxic Flammable Particle Concentration, % by Weight Particle Size: Hardness

F Other

SHUTDOWN

F F F F F F F F

Suction Vessel: Pump Location:

F Open to Atms. F Closed System


psig

F SYSTEM DESCRIPTION

Suction Vessel Pressure

F Below Vessel F Above Vessel Suction Vessel Have Level Control: F Yes F No Suction Vessel Have Pressure Sensor: F Yes F No
How is Suction Vessel Pressure Maintained? If Fluid Level or Tank Pressure Drops Too Low, Will System Automatically Stop the Pump?

Is it Possible the Pump Could Run Dry? Remarks

F Yes F No

MOBIL ENGINEERING GUIDE SEAL-LESS CENTRIFUGAL PUMP DATA SHEET

EGE 15-D-20b 1993


Page 2 of 4

Max. Sound Press. Level Remarks

G G G G G G G G G

G PERFORMANCE
rpm Impeller Diam, in. Rated Power, bhp Min. Continuous Flow, gpm Max. Head Rated Impeller Max. Power Rated Impeller NPSH Required at Rate Cap. Suction Specific Speed Proposal Curve No. Rated Max. Efficiency Thermal

CUSTOMARY UNITS

G
Min. % Stable ft bhp ft H2O dBA

G CONSTRUCTION (Contd)
G CCW

Rotation (Viewed From Coupling End)

CW Remarks

Shaft Diameters, in. @ Sleeve Radial Brg Between Brgs

Coupling Thrust Brg Impeller

G CONSTRUCTION
Main Connections: SIZE Suction Discharge Bal Drum Other Other Connections: SERVICE NO. Vent Drain Press. Gage Temp Gage Warmup Other SIZE TYPE/RATING POSITION RATING FACING POSITION

Shaft Span, in. Between Brgs Rd Brg to Impeller Remarks

Coupling: Make Model Cplg Rating, hp/100 rpm Service Factor Spacer Length in. Limited End Float Reqd Lubrication Dynamic Balance AGMA Class Driver Half Coupling Mounted by:

G "

Coupling per API 671 Remarks

F F G

Pump Mfr

F Driver Mfr

F Purchaser

Magnetic Coupling:

Casing Mounting:

Soft Start Reqd Eddy Current Losses Through Shell Heat Generation in Shell, Btu/min Decouple Torque, lbin. Lock Rotor Torque, lbin.

G Synchronous G Eddy Current G Hard Start Capability


Safety Factor OUTER INNER

G G

G G G G G G G G

Centerline Foot Vertical In-Line

G G G

Near Centerline Separate Mounting Plate Sump

Casing Split: Casing Type: Single Volute Barrel Staggered Volutes In-Line

Axial

Radial

Mounting Method Temp Limitation, F Hermetically Sealed No. of Magnets Total Torque, lbin. BEARINGS & LUBRICATION Bearing (Pump Driver Shaft): Radial (Cplg End) Thrust (Impeller End) Lubrication: Oil Viscosity, ISO Grade in. Mfr/Type/No./Life/Load, lb

G G G

Double Volute Diffuser Vertical Double Casing

Impeller:

G Close G Open G Between Bearings F Impellers Individually Secured F

Thrust Bal Max. Solid Size

Semi-Close

Overhung

Case and Containment Shell Pressure Rating, psig Case and Containment Shell Designed for Same MAWP psig Thickness psig psig psig @ Norm. Pump Temp Hydrotest

MAWP @ 60F

G Grease G Flood G Ring G Flinger G Purge Oil Mist G Pure Oil Mist G Constant Level Oiler G Pressure G API 610 G API 614 G " Oil Heater Reqd: F Electric F Steam G Oil Press. Greater Than Coolant Pressure
Bearing (Pump Driven Shaft), in.: Radial: Diam Lgth No. Span Thrust: Type End Play No. Load Clearance Load psi or lb Diam psi or lb

Remarks

MOBIL ENGINEERING GUIDE SEAL-LESS CENTRIFUGAL PUMP DATA SHEET EGE 15-D-20b 1993

Magnet Material: Outer Remarks

G G G G G G G G G G G G G G G G

G MATERIAL
Barrel/Case Wear Rings: Case Shaft: Drive Containment Shell Driven Shaft Radial Brg Driven Shaft Bearing Journal Driven Shaft Thrust Brg Driven Shaft Thrust Face Driver Bearing Housing Adapter or Transition Plate Wetted Fasteners Coupling Hubs Baseplate Vertical Leveling Screws Horizontal Position Screws Inner Impeller Impeller Driven

CUSTOMARY UNITS

G G G G F F F F G G G G G F F G

G MOTOR DRIVE
hp

Page 3 of 4

Manufacturer Power Rating Horizontal Frame Type Volts/Phase/Hertz Explosionproof "T" Rating Minimum Starting Voltage, % Lock Rotor amps Insulation Starting Method Bearings: Type Lube 2 X Thrust Rating Shaft: Solid Hollow Mfr

G
Vertical Enclosure Service Factor

rpm

Temp Rise Full Load amps

Number

Vertical Thrust Capacity, lb: Up Remarks

Down

G INSTRUMENTATION
Vibration:

COOLING WATER & JACKET PIPING

Provisions for Mounting Only Remarks

F F

Accelerometer

F Seismic F Noncontacting F API 671 Data Sheet

F F F F F G G

Cooling Water Reqd Other Sight Flow Indicators Galvanized Pipe Schd Stainless Steel Tubing Size & Wall Cooling Water Requirements: Flow: gpm @ Steam Requirements: Flow: lb/h @ psig psig &

F F

Steam Jacket Reqd

Manifold Outlet Valve

F Copper Tubing

Temperature and Pressure

F F F F F

Temp Gages

Thermowells

F Press. Gages

Provisions for Instruments Only Containment Shell Temp Probes Only Containment Shell Temp Probes & Inst Readout Other

Remarks SURFACE PREPARATION & PAINT

Remarks (Mfr & Model)

Other Pump: Primer Baseplate:

F F

Manufacturer's Std

F F F F F

Adapter Liquid or Leak Detector (Mfr & Model) Motor Load Sensors (Mfr & Model) Differential Press. Switch (Mfr & Model) Flow Detectors (Mfr & Model) Secondary Containment Shell (Thickness, Design, Capacity, etc.)

F F F F F F F F F F

Surface Preparation SSPC-SP Finish Coat

Surface Preparation SSPC-SP Primer

Grouting Reqd: Primer Remarks Shipment: Domestic

F Yes

Finish Coat

F No

Surface Preparation SSPC-SP

Export

F Export Boxing Reqd F


Vertical Storage

Remarks

Outdoor Storage More Than 6 Months Spare Rotor Assembly & Spare Parts Horizontal Storage Type of Shipping Preparation Remarks

MOBIL ENGINEERING GUIDE SEAL-LESS CENTRIFUGAL PUMP DATA SHEET EGE 15-D-20b 1993
Page 4 of 4

G WEIGHTS
Motor Driven Pump:

CUSTOMARY UNITS

G G G G G G G G G G

F
lb lb lb lb lb

G QA INSPECTION & TEST (Contd)


Magnetic Particle Radiographic

Charpy Impact Test Required for

Weight of Pump Weight of Baseplate Weight of Motor Weight of Gear Total Weight

F F F F F F F

Inspection Reqd for:

F F

F F

Liquid Penetrant Ultrasonic

Hardness Test Reqd for Surfactant Hydrotest Vendor Submit Test Procedures Record Final Assembly Running Clearances Vendor Maintain Records for 5 Years Shop Inspections TEST Hydrostatic Performance NON-WIT WIT OBS

Turbine Driven Pump: Weight of Pump Weight of Baseplate Weight of Motor Weight of Gear Total Weight lb lb lb lb lb

Remarks

F F F F F F F F F F F F F F

F OTHER PURCHASER REQUIREMENTS


Coordination Meeting Reqd Review Foundation Drawings Review Piping Drawings Observe Piping Checks Observe Initial Alignment Check Check Alignment at Operating Temperature Rotor Balanced During Assembly of Each Element Vendor Demonstration of Maximum Allowable Vibration at Minimum Flow to Maximum Design Flow Lateral Response Analysis Required:

NPSH Complete Unit Test

Pump Only

F All Equipment

Critical Speed Analysis Stiffness Map of Undamped Rotor Torsional Analysis Progress Reports Required Other

F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F

Sound Level Test Dismantle & Inspect After Test Cleanliness Prior to Final Assembly Pipe Load Test

F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F

F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F

F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F

APPLICABLE STANDARDS API 610 Other Vendor Unit Responsibility Governing Specification (If Different)

ASME B73.1 & B73.2

Remarks

Remarks

F F F F F

QA INSPECTION & TEST Review of Vendors QA Program Performance Curve Approval Material Certification Required: SPARE PARTS

F F F

Casing

Impeller

F F F

F F
Shaft

Startup Specify

Reconditioning

F Critical Service

Casting Repair Procedure Approval Reqd Inspection Required for Nozzle Welds: Magnetic Particle Radiographic

Remarks

Liquid Penetrant Ultrasonic

Remarks