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RUN-IN TEST PROCEDURE FOR

COKE CRUSHER (2600-ME-004-VH4) AND


LUBRICATION PUMPS (2600-ME-004-VH4-G1/2)
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Revision List

Rev.
Date Description Page no. Remark
No.
A 15.Jun.17 Issue for Review and Comments. All
Section 7.3 revised as per PMC comment. 13
Section 7.5 revised as per PMC comment. 14
B 22.Jul.17 Section 7.7 revised as per PMC comment. 15-16
Section 7.8 revised as per PMC comment. 16
Attachment #5 revised as per PMC comment. 18
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Contents
1. GENERAL ..................................................................................................................................................................... 5

1.1 Purpose................................................................................................................................................................................................................................ 5

1.2 Coke Crusher and Lubrication Pumps System Description ....................................................................................................................... 5

2. REFERENCE DOCUMENTS ........................................................................................................................................ 6

3. PLANNING AND MANPOWER ................................................................................................................................ 6

3.1 Scope .................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 6

3.2 Planning Tasks .................................................................................................................................................................................................................. 6

3.3 Test duration estimate.................................................................................................................................................................................................. 7

3.4 Vendor Assistance .......................................................................................................................................................................................................... 7

3.5 Inter-discipline Coordination and Responsibility ............................................................................................................................................ 7

4. SAFETY ......................................................................................................................................................................... 8

4.1 General Guideline ........................................................................................................................................................................................................... 8

4.2 Special Guideline ............................................................................................................................................................................................................ 9

5. RUN-IN TEST REQUIREMENTS .............................................................................................................................. 10

5.1 Commissioning Achievement ................................................................................................................................................................................. 10

5.2 Other Subsystems Required for Test (if any) .................................................................................................................................................. 10

5.3 Test Equipment .............................................................................................................................................................................................................. 10

5.4 Listing of Electrical Users .......................................................................................................................................................................................... 10

5.5 Special Tools.................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 10

5.6 Utility................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 11

5.7 Temporary Facilities ..................................................................................................................................................................................................... 11

6. SET POINTS & ALARMS AND TRIPS.................................................................................................................... 12

7. RUN-IN TEST DESCRIPTION .................................................................................................................................. 13

7.1 Original Configuration Before Test ...................................................................................................................................................................... 13

7.2 Safety Preparation ........................................................................................................................................................................................................ 13

7.3 Mechanical Preparation ............................................................................................................................................................................................. 13

7.4 Electrical Preparation .................................................................................................................................................................................................. 14

7.5 Instrument Preparation .............................................................................................................................................................................................. 14

7.6 Piping Preparation ....................................................................................................................................................................................................... 14


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7.7 Run-in Test ....................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 15

7.8 Post Test Condition...................................................................................................................................................................................................... 16

8. RUN-IN TEST ACCEPTANCE ................................................................................................................................... 17

9. TEST REPORT ............................................................................................................................................................ 17

9.1 Data Recording .............................................................................................................................................................................................................. 17

10. ATTACHMENT ....................................................................................................................................................... 18


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1. GENERAL
1.1 Purpose

Purpose of this document is to ensure the mechanical integrity of rotating equipment prior
to initial start-up and normal operation by providing the detail sequence and procedure
for Run-In test of the rotating machines mentioned below.

1) To demonstrate the running of Coke Crusher (2600-ME-004-VH4) and Lubrication


Pumps (2600-ME-004-VH4-G1/2)

2) To demonstrate that the Coke Crusher (2600-ME-004-VH4) and Lubrication Pumps


(2600-ME-004-VH4-G1/2) are mechanically and electrically sound and reliable for
operation.

3) To check that control and safety devices associated with the Coke Crusher (2600-ME-
004-VH4) and Lubrication Pumps (2600-ME-004-VH4-G1/2) are functioning correctly.

1.2 Coke Crusher and Lubrication Pumps System Description

Petroleum coke is cut from the coke drums and after a period of time, coke is
moved to the pit area by the Coke Handling Bridge Crane, Buckets (2600-VH-001).
After the drum is cut, coke is reclaimed by the Bridge Crane, Bucket to the Coke Grizzly
Hopper (2600-VH-002) and Coke crusher (2600-ME-004-VH4). The Coke Grizzly
Hopper opening is equipped with grizzly bars to limit the coke size. The main purpose of
this Toothed Double Roll Crusher (2600-ME-004-VH4) is to crush and reduce the size
of green coke to required size. Lubrication Pumps (2600-ME-004-VH4-G1/2) provides
lubrication grease for Coke crusher (2600-ME-004-VH4).
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2. REFERENCE DOCUMENTS

Document number Document title


5636-EPC-PA-316 Mechanical Run-In Test Procedure

5636-EPC-PA-335 Safety Plan for Pre-commissioning and Commissioning

5636-HSE-HU-00042 Commissioning Lockout & Tag out Procedure

5636-HSE-HU-00043 Electrical Safety Rules

5636-HSE-HU-00044 Electrical Isolation Procedure

5636-HSE-HU-00048 Emergency Response Plan

5636-SP-MU-003 Project Specification Crusher

3. PLANNING AND MANPOWER


3.1 Scope

Tag No. Description Design Capacity Motor Power (kW)

2600-ME-004-VH4 Coke Crusher 500 T/hr 75+75


2600-ME-004-VH4-G1/2 Lubrication Pumps _____ 0.37

3.2 Planning Tasks

Planning Man-Hours
Task Description and Commissioning Personnel
task no. E I M P C total
1 Test Preparation & Pre-inspection 2 2 2 4 50 60
2 Operational Test 4 4 4 4 4 20
3 Post-test activities, e.g de-energization, drain. 1 1 1 1 6 10
4 Reinstatement - - - - 20 20
Total 7 7 7 9 80 110

(E: Electrical, I: Instrument, M: Mechanical, P: Piping, C: Commissioning,)


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3.3 Test duration estimate

Description Duration Remark


Test preparation and pre-inspection 2 days Working day

Operational Test 1 day Working day

Post-test activities, e.g de-energization, drain. 0.5 day Working day

Reinstatement 0.5 day Working day

Total 4 days

3.4 Vendor Assistance

N/A.

3.5 Inter-discipline Coordination and Responsibility

Commissioning Manager will be overall responsible for the test and coordinate with
other disciplines. During the test all of test and check activities of each discipline shall
be performed by the respective discipline supervisors under the supervision / guidance
of their Commissioning Engineer and they will coordinate with the operators. Any
electrical interface with instrumentation e.g. motor control should be performed by
instrumentation in conjunction with the electrical.
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4. SAFETY
4.1 General Guideline

The following precautions must be taken before the run-in test is executed.

1) All personnel involved in carrying out this Run-in test procedure are appropriately
trained and competent in the Project Permit to Work system.

2) Work permit(s) for this test should be approved by authorized personnel.

3) All personnel involved in this Run-in test are competent for the tasks they will be
required to undertake.

4) Appropriate Personnel Protective Equipment (PPE), fire extinguisher and safety


equipment e.g. safety shoes, hand gloves, helmet, goggles, ear plugs, etc. are made
available and must be used in line with the site requirements.

5) Any temporary equipment required for safe run-in test must be compatible with
regards to materials, pressure/temperature rating, etc.

6) Ensure that work area is clean, tidy and access/escape ways are satisfactory.

7) Prior to carrying out this test, the area covered by this test is barrier-taped off, signs
are posted and access is to be restricted to essential personnel only.

8) Ensure that switch off the power supply on motor control panel prior to commencing
the test.

9) After completion of the test, MCC breaker shall be de-energized immediately.

10) Before starting work on any of the activities in this Run-in test, it is the responsibility of
the persons performing the work to;

a) Familiarize with the plant/equipment to be worked on.

b) Read this Run-in test procedure, understand each requirements and the need to
carry out the tasks listed in the order detailed.

c) Read the relevant Vendor documents for the equipment covered by this Run-in
test procedure and observe any special requirements and limitations
recommended or imposed by the Vendor.
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d) Ensure they are aware of all other work activities that are taking place or due to
take place, adjacent to this procedure and if necessary, re-plan these activities to
avoid any conflict(s) which could cause an unsafe situation.

e) Conduct Toolbox Talk and review Task Risk Assessment (TRA) with all the
personnel involved in this Run-in Test. (Attachment #8)

4.2 Special Guideline

1) While the Run-in Test is on-going, the relevant subsystem/equipment is constantly


manned and walked out by Commissioning personnel in order to catch any leakage
and/or abnormal condition.
2) Commissioning personnel must also carry out and observe the start-up and
energizing of all equipment at its location maintaining radio/telephone contacts with
the CCB or SIS and key Commissioning personnel who are involved in this test.
3) Only Commissioning personnel can make changes to the planned activities by the
instruction of (except in an emergency situation) the Commissioning Manager or
Commissioning Engineer responsible for the system.
4) MCC lock-out, start and stop of equipment which is related to the Run-in Test shall be
performed and monitored continuously in order to avoid any unexpected accidents.
5) All instrumentations should be inline and functional / loop test must be completed.
6) Prior to run-in test, ensure all A category punch points must be closed.
7) Spillage kit to be provided at the test location.
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5. RUN-IN TEST REQUIREMENTS


5.1 Commissioning Achievement

1) Ensure that the preliminary checks have been completed by all disciplines.

2) Check and verify that the functional tests for all the control/safety instruments have
been completed and functional test sheets have been signed off.

3) Check if there are any outstanding site queries/instructions that can affect the Run-In
Test.

5.2 Other Subsystems Required for Test (if any)

Subsystem No. Description Status Remark

2600-07-01-COKE Coke Crusher Package RFC

5.3 Test Equipment

Description Quantity Remark


Voltage & current meter 1
Vibration monitoring equipment 1
Portable thermometer 1 Skin temp. detection
Sound meter 1
Tachometer 1

5.4 Listing of Electrical Users

Equipment No. Description Motor Power Remark


2600-ME-004-VH4 Coke Crusher 75 + 75 kW
2600-ME-004-VH4-G1/2 Lubrication Pumps 0.37 kW

5.5 Special Tools

Description Quantity Service Remark


Radio sets 2 Communication
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5.6 Utility

Description Quantity Service Remark


Electricity 75 kW 415 V, 50Hz Each
Electricity 0.37 kW 415 V, 50Hz Each

5.7 Temporary Facilities

n/a
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6. SET POINTS & ALARMS AND TRIPS

Inst. Tag no. Equipment Function Location Set Point Effect


H : 7 mm/s pk @ HH Crusher
2600-VE-0441A 2600-ME-004-VH4 Velometer ESD
HH: 9 mm/s pk stops.
2600-ME-004-VH4 Velometer H : 7 mm/s pk @ HH Crusher
2600-VE-0441B ESD
HH: 9 mm/s pk stops.
2600-ME-004-VH4 Velometer H : 7 mm/s pk @ HH Crusher
2600-VE-0442A ESD
HH: 9 mm/s pk stops.
H : 7 mm/s pk @ HH Crusher
2600-VE-0442B 2600-ME-004-VH4 Velometer ESD
HH: 9 mm/s pk stops.

2600-ME-004-VH4 4-20 mA H : 110 C @ HH Crusher


2600-TE-0442A ESD
Transducer HH: 120 C stops.

2600-ME-004-VH4 4-20 mA H : 110 C @ HH Crusher


2600-TE-0442B ESD
Transducer HH: 120 C stops.
2600-ME-004-VH4 Velometer H : 7 mm/s pk @ HH Crusher
2600-VE-0442C ESD
HH: 9 mm/s pk stops.
H : 7 mm/s pk @ HH Crusher
2600-VE-0442D 2600-ME-004-VH4 Velometer ESD
HH: 9 mm/s pk stops.

2600-ME-004-VH4 4-20 mA H : 110 C @ HH Crusher


2600-TE-0442C ESD
Transducer HH: 120 C stops.

2600-ME-004-VH4 4-20 mA H : 110 C @ HH Crusher


2600-TE-0442D ESD
Transducer HH: 120 C stops.
2600-SAL-0445A 2600-ME-004-VH3 Speed DCS L : 031 HZ

Please refer to Attachment #4 Alarm and Trip Point Setting and Attachment #5 Cause & Effect Diagram.
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7. RUN-IN TEST DESCRIPTION


7.1 Original Configuration Before Test

The coke crusher section for the Run-in test is marked in the marked-up P&IDs (See
Attachment #6).

7.2 Safety Preparation

Step Completion
Task Description
No. Comments Sign Date
1 Make sure that the required work permit for panel energization
/ motor operation has been prepared and issued by
Contractor.
2 Safety equipment, fire extinguisher and warning signs are
ready for this Run-in Test.
3 Check if barricade is complete to ensure that no unauthorized
person is working on or close to the where electrical
equipment being tested / energized.
4 Make sure that all required PPE is being used.
5 Ensure that Fire detection and Fire alarm systems are ready
and Fire Fighting system need to be operational prior start the
test.

7.3 Mechanical Preparation

Step Completion
Task Description
No. Comments Sign Date
Verify pre-operation check list for Coke Crusher Package as
1 per Attachment #2 Check Sheet for Coke Crusher Package
Operational Test.
2 Ensure that proper lubrication provided, before start the motor.
Ensure that alignment of driver and equipment after
3
connection is done properly.

4 Centralized greasing system shall be checked properly in all


B greasing points.
Ensure that the upstream and downstream equipment are
5
completed prior to MRT
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7.4 Electrical Preparation

Step Completion
Task Description
No. Comments Sign Date
Check that the power supplies are available, functionality
1
tested and approved to all applicable equipment.
Check that the motor solo run test was completed successfully
2
and all A punches cleared.
All electrical protection shall be serviced and checked (lock
3
rotor, over current, mechanical jam)
Check that motor protection relay start time setting is
4
properly done.
Check that motor protection relay trip settings are as per relay
5
setting document and motor data sheet.
Note 1; Above number 3,4 and 5 shall be checked during electrical function test prior to Run-in Test.

Note 2; For details of electrical protection relay data, see attachment #14. Protective Relay Co-ordination &
Setting Schedule.

7.5 Instrument Preparation

Step Completion
Task Description
No. Comments Sign Date
Check and verify that all the loops have been functionally
1
tested.
Check and verify that instrument power supply of all
instruments is available and all MCMS tags are operational
2
during test time. MCMS trend to be recorded as per
requirement.
3 All set points required for permissive are verified.
4 Confirm IPCS connectivity for historical record of power
consumption.
B All interlock of upstream and downstream shall be tested
5
properly prior to material load testing.

7.6 Piping Preparation

Step Completion
Task Description
No. Comments Sign Date
Carry out line walk-through on the Run-in test loop and ensure
1 that the total system piping and equipment are ready for the
test.
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7.7 Run-in Test

Expected
No. Test Procedure Sign Remark
Result
A. NO LOAD (WITHOUT MATERIAL)

Before commissioning ensure that the roll assemblies are


1 free to rotate, and lubrication as per our lubrication chart is
carried out.

2 Start lubrication pump (2600-ME-004-VH4-G1/2).


Make sure that the inside of Double Roller Coke Crusher
(2600-ME-004-VH4) is no materials such as piping parts, iron
3
and other things which can cause a damage of Double Roller
Crusher.
Confirm start-up condition of Self-seal system & Lubricant
4
system.
Adjust the roll gap vendor recommended setting ~35mm with
5
the help of a hand wheel

6 Remove pad lock on Motor Control Panel.

Run 2600-ME-004-VH4 for one second to check rotating


7
direction.

8 Start again 2600-ME-004-VH4.

9 Check abnormal sound from Coke Crusher and gear box.

During idle running, check that: Bearing do not get heated,


10 Dust shield, V-belt not whip, on fixed drive and gap to be
B
ensured for required product.
Check the temperature of the floating rotor shaft between the
11
acceptable limit(50-60C)

12 Keep this condition for 1 hour

Check Vibration and temperature of motor/feeder bearing for


13
Coke Crusher.

14 Record check result to Record sheet (Attachment #2)

If check result is within the Acceptance Criteria, Stop 2600-


15
ME-004-VH4.

16 Provide pad lock to Motor Control Panel

B. LOAD (WITH MATERIAL)

To be verify the behavior and performance of equipment in


1
no load test is normal.
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Expected
No. Test Procedure Sign Remark
Result
2 Check and ensure enough fed material is available,

Ensure related downstream equipments are running


3
condition.

4 Start the machine and introduce the feed gradually


For load test (With Material) the feeding capacity should be
5 increased in steps until the maximum designed rate of
delivery is achieved for at least 4 consecutive hours.
Correct Feed arrangement check & uniform feeding across
6 the width with correct feed rate. Initial feed to be done 40% to
B actual feed rate for one hour., gradually it is to be increase to
desire capacity
Check for any abnormal sound from Coke Crusher and gear
7
box.
Check the temperature of the floating rotor shaft between the
8
acceptable limit(50-60C)
Check Vibration and temperature of motor/feeder bearing for
9
Coke Crusher.

10 Record check result to Record sheet (Appendix. 2)

11 If check result is within the Criteria on section 7.6,

12 Stop 2600-ME-004-VH4.

13 Provide pad lock to Motor Control Panel

7.8 Post Test Condition

No. MRT procedure description Results/comments Sign date

1 Clean the rotary part of Coke crusher.

2 De-energize and lock out the power source.


B After the load testing, the V-belt tension shall be
3
checked of the new belt stretchiness
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8. RUN-IN TEST ACCEPTANCE


Run-In Test is acceptable if the Vibration and Temperature are within the Criteria
provided from manufacturer (McNally SAYAJI Engineering) as below.

Vibration:7 mm/s max (Refer Appendix:9)

Roller bearing Temperature:50~60C normal working condition

Motor temperature: 110C Ambient

Noise level: 71 dBA

9. TEST REPORT

All documents format for Run-In Test of equipment should be attached. These
documents should be signed by COMPANY, CONTRACTOR and authorized personnel.
And this equipment is cleared for Completion of Commissioning (COC).

9.1 Data Recording

No. Record sheet Task No. Remark

1 Coke Crusher Package Run-in Test Record CR-05 Attachment #1

Check Sheet for Coke Crusher Package Operational


2 CC-06 Attachment #2
Test
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10. ATTACHMENT
Attachment 1 : Coke Crusher Package Run-in Test Record
Attachment 2 : Check Sheet for Coke Crusher Package Operational Test
Attachment 3 : Task Risk Assessment
Attachment 4 : Alarm and Trip Point Setting (CD)
Attachment 5 : Cause & Effect Diagram (CD)
B Attachment 6 : Marked-up P&ID and Valve Line-up List (CD)
Attachment 7 : Motor Data Sheet (CD)
Attachment 8 : Lubrication Motor Data Sheet (CD)
Attachment 9 : Coke Crusher Operation Manual (CD)
Attachment 10 : Lubrication Pump Operation Manual (CD)
Attachment 11 : Coke Crusher GAD (CD)
Attachment 12 : Equipment Assembly Drawing (CD)
Attachment 13 : Protective Relay Coordination & Setting Schedule (CD)
Attachment 14 : Rotor Assembly Drawing (CD)
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Attachment #1. Coke Crusher Package Run-in Test Record No load (Without material)
Load (With material)
Recording Hr : Min : : : : Remarks
Time
Vertical
Vibration Horizontal
Point-1 Axial
Vertical
Vibration Horizontal
Point-2
Axial
Vertical
Vibration Horizontal
Point-3
Axial
Vertical
Vibration Horizontal
Point-4
Axial
Vertical
Vibration Horizontal
Point-5
Axial
Surface Point 1
Temp Point 2
(C)
Ambient Temp (C)
Sound Level (dB)
Voltage (kV)
Ampere (AMP)
Speed of Crusher
Capacity/flow rate of material
Lubrication Pump Discharge
Pressure (PG- 444 A/B)

(1)(1)
(2) (5)

(3) (4)
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Attachment #2: Check Sheet for Coke Crusher Package Operational Test

No Description Check Remark

1. Check that material has not jammed in the feed hopper and the feed
opening
2. Ensure the grease level prior to start lubrication pumps.
3. Measure the setting at four points around the crushing chamber to
check for uneven wear
4. Check the initial commissioning of the equipment ,all lubrication points
shall be supplied with sufficient lubricants
5. Check the temperature of the bearing Housing for fixed and floating
rotor shaft
6. Check rotation direction of motors
7. The mechanical and electrical assembly work must be completed
8. Check tightness of all gears and bolts during running
9. The equipment or the plant must be cleared completely and cleaned
10. All signs and nameplates must have been attached at the belt
conveyors
11. The plant must be supplied by all utilities to be provided
12. Check abnormal noise during no load running
13. Check abnormal vibration during no load running
14. Check V belt Tension as per manual
15. Check operation of all limit switches during no load running
16. Check operation of safety panel during no load running
17. Check start up warning during no load running
18. Check operation local control box; start and stop crusher with the local
box
19. Effective and sufficient fire prevention and emergency personnel and/or
means must be available, if necessary
20. Covers the testing of all equipment within the material handling system.
21. Check that no oil leakage from gear
22. Check that material has not jammed in the feed hopper and the feed
opening during load condition.