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SAMBA HQ KAFD

 

 

To :

El-Seif Engineering Contracting Co.

 

Submittal No. :

M118-M40030-01/HSAS-ESEC

Attention :

Mr. Patrick Moran, ESEC Project Director

Date :

23-May-2011

From :

Hastie Saudi Arabia

Revision :

01

 

   

 

 

 

   

 

 

   

     

                A – Approved, B – Approved As Noted,

A Approved,

B Approved As Noted,

C Revise & Resubmit,

D Receipt Acknowledged

Project

: S AMBA HQ – K AFD

Material

: C hillers [Wate

-Cooled-Co ndenser]

Discipline

:

C hilled Water, Hot Water H eating, & Gl ycol Cooling

Submittal No

: M 118-M40030- 01/HSAS-ESE C

Cooling Submittal No : M 118-M40030- 01/HSAS-ESE C C onte n ts 1 ESEC r esponse
Cooling Submittal No : M 118-M40030- 01/HSAS-ESE C C onte n ts 1 ESEC r esponse

C onte nts

1

ESEC

r esponse to

Rev.00

2

Comp liance wit h ESEC Co mments

3

Comp arison She ets

 

A I ce Build C hiller

B L WHT Chille r [Heat Pu mp]

4

Chiller s Replace ment Strat egy [Propo sed by HA STIE]

5

Produ ct LEED inf ormation

Project

: SAMBA HQ KAFD

Material

: Chillers [Water-Cooled-Condenser]

Discipline

: Chilled Water, Hot Water Heating, & Glycol Cooling

Submittal No

: M118-M40030-01/HSAS-ESEC

Cooling Submittal No : M118-M40030-01/HSAS-ESEC ESEC response to Rev.00 Comments sheet by ESEC engineer on
Cooling Submittal No : M118-M40030-01/HSAS-ESEC ESEC response to Rev.00 Comments sheet by ESEC engineer on

ESEC response to Rev.00

Comments sheet by ESEC engineer on revision No Rev.00 of Chillers submittal is attached. Please refer to the next page.

Details of attached document:

Number Material description Date Commented by Commented on Result

: M118-M40030-00/HSAS-ESEC : Chillers by TRANE-USA : 14 th April, 2011 : not stated, not signed : not stated : C, Revise & Resubmit

Project

: SAMBA HQ KAFD

Material

: Chillers [Water-Cooled-Condenser]

Discipline

: Chilled Water, Hot Water Heating, & Glycol Cooling

Submittal No

: M118-M40030-01/HSAS-ESEC

Cooling Submittal No : M118-M40030-01/HSAS-ESEC Compliance with ESEC Comments ESEC engineer ’ s comments
Cooling Submittal No : M118-M40030-01/HSAS-ESEC Compliance with ESEC Comments ESEC engineer ’ s comments

Compliance with ESEC Comments

ESEC engineers comments and compliance sheet is attached.

A meeting has been held at site. Comparison sheets are attached to this revised submittal.

A Proposed Strategy of Chiller Replacement is attached.

Submittal has been discussed with BH engineer.

Compliance with ESEC Engineer Comments

: Chilled Water, Hot Water Heating, & Glycol Cooling


Arrange a meeting with your proposed supplier to discuss in detail the performance of this chiller (or any other units their range) against the specified chiller.

Explain how these units can be maintained via goods lift.

Please discuss the submittal before submitting it (as agreed) to avoid lengthy approval period.

: Chillers [Water-Cooled-Condenser]

: M118-M40030-01/HSAS-ESEC

: SAMBA HQ KAFD

Submittal No

Discipline

Material

Project

02

03

01

HQ – KAFD Submittal No Discipline Material Project 02 03 01 Reference Answer or Reply ESEC
HQ – KAFD Submittal No Discipline Material Project 02 03 01 Reference Answer or Reply ESEC

Reference

Answer or Reply

ESEC Engineer Comments

Sr

Project

: S AMBA HQ – K AFD

Material

: C hillers [Wate

-Cooled-Co ndenser]

Discipline

:

C hilled Water, Hot Water H eating, & Gl ycol Cooling

Submittal No

: M 118-M40030- 01/HSAS-ESE C

Cooling Submittal No : M 118-M40030- 01/HSAS-ESE C Co mpariso n Sheet s Co m parison
Cooling Submittal No : M 118-M40030- 01/HSAS-ESE C Co mpariso n Sheet s Co m parison

Co mpariso n Sheets

Com

parison sh eets of the

following eq uipment a re attached :

A I ce Build Ch iller

B LWHT Chille r [Heat Pum p]

Hastie Saudi ArabiaSAMBA project Material Submittal for Ice Chiller

1. Original Specified Chiller

Specification Schedule, D15, rev. 05, gives the Type of Chiller as,” Multistack modular chiller (4 modules operating, 1 module redundant) and Model reference; 2 no. Modules:- MS70X6H2W1-R410A and 3 no. Modules:- MS50X6H2W1-R410A

Refrigerant is R410A, which is a blend of R32 and R125.

Cooling Capacity=450kW, Chilled Water flow & return at -5/-1.8°C

The design of this Chiller, of modular configuration would permit each module to be transported via a standard lift capable of carrying 1,000kg

2. Proposed Chiller

The Proposed Chiller is a Trane chillers’, model R TWD Series R™ 70-250 Ton Water Cooled Chiller, with Dual –Circuit compressors, using R134a refrigerant. The chiller comprises of 2no. Helical rotary compressors each rated at 50% of total capacity, with complete dual operation facility to permit operation of each circuit independently, providing a 50% duty/ standby facility for each chiller.

Refrigerant is R134a, which is a pure, non-blended HFC refrigerant.

Cooling Capacity (max) =476kW ,Chilled Water flow & return at -5/-1.8°C.

For initial installation the Chiller will be transferred from Basement B1 to B2 via the access opening in the generator room and then via the West riser shaft to Basement B3 and the final location.

TRANE chillers also are compatible with both LonTalk and BACnet open protocols.

An outline proposal has been included in this document to demonstrate that the largest and heaviest replacement components [condenser and evaporator shells] can be transported from Basement B3 via goods lift GL1 to the loading bay on Basement level

B1.

3. Operation of Chiller

The purpose of this Chiller is to produce the Ice storage in the Baltimore Air Coil [BAC] TSU-M internal Melt application equipment.

This ice storage will be maintained for chilled water standby function in the event of failure of the District cooling system. The ice chiller is not intended to provide primary cooling supply for the building and therefore is not a prime requirement to have standby facility, although both the specified and the proposed chillers have inherent standby capacity.

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Hastie Saudi ArabiaSAMBA project Material Submittal for Ice Chiller

4. Considerations for Options of Specified and Proposed Heat Pump/Chillers

Item

Selection Considerations

Compatibility

Reference

Requirements

Specified

Proposed

Heat Pump/

Heat Pump/

Chiller

Chiller

1

Chiller has spares, parts and maintenance available in the KSA

No

Yes

2

Chiller is a non-specialist item of equipment that can be easily maintained by local refrigeration contractors

No

Yes

3

Chiller can be commissioned and demonstrated by manufacturers approved KSA based commissioning engineers/ contractors

No

Yes

4

Chiller can be transported in single section from off-loading position at ground level to Basement B3 without partial dismantling of components

No

Yes

5

Chiller manufactured in modular sections to fit within a standard lift.

Yes

No

6

Chiller can be installed in the Basement B3 Plant room with easy access to all components without need to dismantle adjacent modular assemblies.

No

Yes

7

Chiller has standard compatible parts/ components that are readily available within GCC Countries

No

Yes

8

Chiller uses pure, unblended HFC refrigerant

No

Yes

9

Chiller can be re-assembled by manufacturers KSA based approved supplier/ contractor.

No

Yes

10

Chiller warranted for 2 years and can be fully supported from KSA based approved contractors

No

Yes

Note: HSAS Submittal, Ref: D118-G00001-0/HSAS-ESEC, Dated 12 December 2010, Listed Trane in list of preferred manufacturers for Chillers in lieu of Multistack.

2

Comparasion Sheet Equipment Schedule Vs Suppliers Selection

Ice Built Chiller

Sr

Section D1. Rev.06

TRANE™ Selection

1

Reference Number

C/97/01

C/97/01

2

System

Ice Built Chiller

Ice Built Chiller

3

Type

Multistack

TRANE ™

4

Model

[2nbr]:MS70X6H2W1 &

[1nbr] RTWD-200 [This model has 2 compressors]

 

[3nbr]:MS50X6H2W1

5 modules in total

5

Operating Cooling Capacity 450 kW [with 4 modules]

 

476.42 kW [with 2 compressors]

5a

Redundancy

N + 1, with load 'N' = 450kW

*note:

N, with N= 476kW and no standby capacity. However by virtue of having 2nbr independent compressors, upon failure of 1nbr compressor the other compressor will continue to operate and provide 50% of the peak load

 

4 modules operating and 1 spare component

6

Evaporator Entering

-1.8˚ C

-1.78˚ C

7

Evaporator Leaving

-5.1˚ C

-5.11˚ C

8

Evaporator Flow rate

41.2 L/s

37.11 LPS

9

Evaporator medium

25% Glycol

25% Glycol

10

Condenser Entering

15.5˚ C

15.50˚ C

11

Condenser Leaving

26.7˚ C

26.00˚ C

12

Condenser Flow rate

12.2 L/s

13.09 LPS

13

Condenser medium

Chilled water

Chilled water

14

Total Power Input

109.3 kW

104.90 kW

15

Power supply

380/3/60

380/3/60

16

Cooling EER

13.9

15.5

16a Equivalent cooling COP

4.1

4.5

17 Overall dimensions (in mm)

3600 L* x 1260 W x 1650 H

*note:

3,360 L x 1,200 W x 1,920 H

total length for all 5 modules together

18 Generator Maintained

N

N

19 Life Safety

N

N

Additional information for comparison

a Largest component dimension for consideration when transporting through the goods Lifts GL1 and GL2 as part of Buro Happold Plant Replacement Strategy

1nbr individual replacement chiller module is 1664H x 1676W x 813D

b Largest component weight for consideration when transporting through the goods Lifts GL1 and GL2 as part of Buro Happold Plant Replacement Strategy

Single chiller module @ 1091kg

Condenser Assembly: With reference to the attached document entitled 'Outline proposal for compliance with plant replacement strategy'; the largest replacement component is the condenser shell and tube assembly at 3005L x 1344dia. By graphical demonstration it is proved that this component can fit within the goods lift dimensions provided and be transported through B1 loading bay to the final plant location. This may or may not require the shell cap ends to be removed.

Evaporator shell and tube assembly @ 721kg

Hastie Saudi ArabiaSAMBA project Material Submittal for Heat Pump Chiller

1. Original Specified Chiller

Specification Schedule, D16, rev. 05, gives the Type of Chiller as,” Multistack modular chiller (6 modules operating, 1 module redundant) and Model reference; 7 no. Modules:- MS70X6H2W1-R410A.

Refrigerant is R410A, which is a blend of R32 and R125.

Heating Capacity=1800kW, Condensing Water flow & return at 40/30°C

The design of this Chiller, of modular configuration would permit each module to be transported via a standard lift capable of carrying 1,000kg

2. Proposed Chiller

The Proposed Heat Pump is comprised of 2no.Trane chillers’, model R TWD Series R™ 70-250 Ton Water Cooled Chiller, with Dual –Circuit compressors, using R134a refrigerant, operated as a pair in sequence. The chillers each use 2no. Helical rotary compressors, with complete dual operation facility to permit operation of each circuit independently, providing a 50% duty/ standby facility for each chiller.

Refrigerant is R134a, which is a pure, non-blended HFC refrigerant.

Heating Capacity (max) =2,000kW, Condenser Water flow & return at 40/30°C.

For initial installation the Chillers will be transferred from Basement B1 to B2 via the access opening in the generator room and then via the West riser shaft to Basement B3 and the final location.

TRANE chillers also are compatible with both LonTalk and BACnet open protocols.

An outline proposal has been included in this document to demonstrate that the largest and heaviest replacement components [condenser and evaporator shells] can be transported from Basement B3 via goods lift GL1 to the loading bay on Basement level

B1.

3. Operation of Heat Pump

The purpose of this heat pump is to produce the Low Temperature Hot Water (LTHW) for warm air heating and domestic- hot- water pre-heating via pre-heat storage vessels.

This Heat Pump will be controlled to provide a constant flow temperature from the Chillers condensers at 40°C, with a constant water flow through the condensers.

The chillers/ heat-pumps are capable of operating effectively on part-load conditions and will run to maintain loads between 100% and 25% load for each chiller (total heat loads between 100% and 12.5%).

The heat pump chillers will also provide a standby capacity of 25% over the specified heating duty as each chiller is capable of operating as 2 separate units, with each unit having up to a maximum rating at 33% (600kW) of the total design heat load.

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Hastie Saudi ArabiaSAMBA project Material Submittal for Heat Pump Chiller

4. Considerations for Options of Specified and Proposed Heat Pump/Chillers

Item

Selection Considerations

Compatibility

Reference

Requirements

Specified

Proposed

Heat Pump/

Heat Pump/

Chiller

Chiller

1

Chiller has spares, parts and maintenance available in the KSA

No

Yes

2

Chiller is a non-specialist item of equipment that can be easily maintained by local refrigeration contractors

No

Yes

3

Chiller can be commissioned and demonstrated by manufacturers approved KSA based commissioning engineers/ contractors

No

Yes

4

Chiller can be transported in single section from off-loading position at ground level to Basement B3 without partial dismantling of components

No

Yes

5

Chiller manufactured in modular sections to fit within a standard lift.

Yes

No

6

Chiller can be installed in the Basement B3 Plant room with easy access to all components without need to dismantle adjacent modular assemblies.

No

Yes

7

Chiller has standard compatible parts/ components that are readily available within GCC Countries

No

Yes

8

Chiller uses pure, unblended HFC refrigerant

No

Yes

9

Chiller can be re-assembled by manufacturers KSA based approved supplier/ contractor.

No

Yes

10

Chiller warranted for 2 years and can be fully supported from KSA based approved contractors

No

Yes

Note: HSAS Submittal, Ref: D118-G00001-0/HSAS-ESEC, Dated 12 December 2010, Listed Trane in list of preferred manufacturers for Chillers in lieu of Multistack.

2

Comparasion Sheet Equipment Schedule Vs Suppliers Selection

Heat Pump

Sr

Section D1. Rev.06

TRANE™ Selection

1

Reference Number

HP/97/01

HP/97/01

2

System

LTHW Heating

LTHW Heating

3

Type

Multistack modular chiller (6 modules operating, 1 module redundant)

TRANE ™

4

Model

[7nbr]: MS70X6H2H0-R410A

[2nbr]: RTWD-200 [Each chiller model has 2 compressors]

5

Operating Heating

1800 kW [with 6nbr modules]

1,790 kW [with 4nbr compressors in total]

Capacity

5a

Redundancy

N + 1, with load 'N' = 1800kW

N, with N= 1800kW and no standby capacity. However by virtue of having 4nbr independent compressors, upon failure of 1nbr compressor the other 3nbr compressors will continue to operate and provide 75% of the peak load requirements.

 

*note: 6 modules operating and 1 spare component

6

Evaporator Entering

15˚ C

15˚ C

7

Evaporator Leaving

10˚ C

10˚ C

8

Evaporator Flowrate

64.4 L/s

=72.1 LPS

9

Evaporator medium

Chilled water

Chilled water

10

Condenser Entering

30˚ C

30˚ C

11

Condenser Leaving

40˚ C

40˚ C

12

Condenser Flowrate

43.2 L/s

42.7 LPS

13

Condenser medium

Low Temperature Hot Water

Low Temperature Hot Water

14

Power Input

310.3 kW

294.0 kW

15

Power supply

380/3/60

380/3/60

16

Heating COP

5.8

6.1

17

Overall dimensions (in mm)

5050 L x 1260 W x 1650 H

[2nbr] 3,360 L x 1,200 W x 1,920 H

18

Generator Maintained

N

N

19

Life Safety

N

N

Additional information for comparison

a Largest component dimension for consideration when transporting through the goods Lifts GL1 and GL2 as part of Buro Happold Plant Replacement Strategy

1nbr individual replacement chiller module is 1664H x 1676W x 813D

b Largest component weight for consideration when transporting through the goods Lifts GL1 and GL2 as part of Buro Happold Plant Replacement Strategy

Single chiller module @ 1091kg

Condenser Assembly: With reference to the attached document entitled 'Outline proposal for compliance with plant replacement strategy'; the largest replacement component is the condenser shell and tube assembly at 3005L x 1344dia. By graphical demonstration it is proved that this component can fit within the goods lift dimensions provided and be transported through B1 loading bay to the final plant location. This may or may not require the shell cap ends to be removed.

Evaporator shell and tube assembly @ 721kg

Project

: SAMBA HQ KAFD

Material

: Chillers [Water-Cooled-Condenser]

Discipline

: Chilled Water, Hot Water Heating, & Glycol Cooling

Submittal No

: M118-M40030-01/HSAS-ESEC

Cooling Submittal No : M118-M40030-01/HSAS-ESEC Chillers Replacement Strategy [Proposed by HASTIE] A
Cooling Submittal No : M118-M40030-01/HSAS-ESEC Chillers Replacement Strategy [Proposed by HASTIE] A

Chillers Replacement Strategy [Proposed by HASTIE]

A narrative and schematic description of chillers replacement proposed strategy is attached.

OUTLINE PROPOSAL FOR COMPLIANCE WITH BURO HAPPOLD PLANT REPLACEMENT STRATEGY FOR CHILLERS

The purpose of this document is to demonstrate compliance with the Buro Happold Plant Replacement Strategy document [Rev00 Dec 2010] for replacement of chiller components for the proposed Trane RTWD200 chiller which has been submitted for approval for both the Ice Chiller and the LTHW Heat Pumps. The following information contains schedules of replacement items and their dimensions / weights to verify the fact that the largest component [typically the condenser / evaporator shell and tube assemblies] will be transferable along the specified route from level B3,

There are 3 posible options for the replacement of the condenser or evaporator coils as follows:

Option A is explored in some detail in this document and considers the 'worst case' scenario for

Option B is the same as option A but with the inlet/outlet end cap removed from the Condenser to reduce the overall len gth b y app rox 150mm.

Option C is the replacement of the condenser or evaporator coils only by replacing the 15mm refrigerant tubes on by one. This method is standard practice for TRANE and has the advantage of only needing to bring the lengths of copper tube [less than 3000mm] to Basement level B3.

Physical Data for the TRANE RTWD 200 model Chiller

The information below is a schedule of replacement items for Trane RTWD200 chiller and their corresponding dimensions and weights. The schedule confirms that all replacement items will fit within the lift car dimensions. The largest items are the condenser and evaoprator shells and tube assemblies. With reference to the following sketches and models it has been demonstrated that these can be transported through route identified in the corresponding marked up plans for Basement levels B1 and B3.

TRANE RTWD 200 DETAILS Model No: 200 RTWD Overall Dimensions: 3472 X 1267 X 1955

LIFT DETAILS

GL1

Dimensions: 2750D X 1950W with 1600W x 2000H opening Weight Capacity: 3000KG

WEIGHT CALCULATION

Item

Component

Weight

Units

Notes

1

Compressor Ctk1

599

kg

within weight capacity of lift within weight capacity of lift within weight capacity of lift

2

Compressor Ctk2

599

kg

3

Compressor Base

78

kg

4

Condenser Assy

637

kg

Within weight capacity of lift Within weight capacity of lift

5

Evaporator Assy

721

kg

6

Control Panel (large)

283

kg

within weight capacity of lift within weight capacity of lift

7

Control Panel (Small)

204

kg

DIMENSION CALCULATION

Item

Component

Dimensions

Units

Notes

1

Compressor Ctk1

1013 X 414 X 465 mm

Will Fit

2

Compressor Ctk2

1013 X 414 X 465 mm

Will Fit

3

Evaporator

2979 X 866 X 853 mm

Can fit with reference to sketch drawing Can fit with reference to sketch drawing

4

Condenser

005 X 1311 X 134 mm

5

Control Panel

2515 X 965 X 229 mm

Will Fit

6

Oil Seperator

450 X 818 X 457 mm

Will Fit

CHILLER REPLACEMENT STRATEGY

The information below for the equivalent Carrier chiller serves to demonstrate the fact that the Carrier condenser shell and tube assembly is at least 300mm longer than the Trane condenser and is therefore highly unlikely to fit within the lift car dimensions. This has therefore led to our submission for the Trane model.

CARRIER 30XW CHILLER

30XW DETAILS Model No: 225 30XW Dimensions: 3320 X 1064 X 2060

LIFT DETAILS

GL1

Dimensions: 2750D X 1950W with 1600W x 2000H opening Weight Capacity: 3000KG

WEIGHT CALCULATION

Item

Component

Weight

Units

Notes

individual items unknown but assume similar to Trane

 

DIMENSION CALCULATION

Item

Component

Dimensions

Units

Notes

1 Condenser entire shell and tube assembly

3320 X 710 X 710

mm

cannot fit

2 evaporator entire shell and tube assembly

3320 X 620 X 620

mm

cannot fit

Note: Information received from ESEC on 04 May 2011

Note:

Information received from ESEC on 04 May 2011

Project

: S AMBA HQ – K AFD

Material

: C hillers [Wate

-Cooled-Co ndenser]

Discipline

:

C hilled Water, Hot Water H eating, & Gl ycol Cooling

Submittal No

: M 118-M40030- 01/HSAS-ESE C

Cooling Submittal No : M 118-M40030- 01/HSAS-ESE C Pro duct LE E D Inform ation Pro
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Prod uct LEED in formation o f the submi tted produ ct is attach ed.

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The Water-cooled Series R™ Chiller - Model RTWD offers ease of installation, application flexibility, high reliability and improved energy efficiency due to its advanced design, low speed/direct drive compressor, and proven Series R performance. The Series R Model RTWD offers two efficiency levels that meet or exceed ASHRAE 90.1-2004 efficiency guidelines.

 

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