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PT INDUSTRI NABATI LESTARI Document Number

600.000 MTPY Palm Cooking Oil Plant


PPMG-ES-MC-001
Project

ENGINEERING SPECIFICATION SHEET 1 OF 53

SECTION 5.4.2

PRESSURE VESSEL

0 FOR PROPOSAL DSW MMI YKO 2016-02-25


REV DESCRIPTION PREPD CHKD APPRD DATE
1. GENERAL
1.1. Scope
1.1.1. This specification together with the drawings or data sheets covers the requirements
for the materials, design, fabrication, inspection, testing and supply of pressure
vessels.
1.1.2. This specification does not apply, in general, to auxiliary pressure vessels which are
attached to turbines, engines, pumps, compressors and other mechanical equipment
which are normally designed under the manufacturer's standard.
When the application of this specification is required for such auxiliary pressure
vessels, the vessels shall be designed in accordance with the basic design
requirements in Appendix A.
1.2. Codes, Standards and Regulations
1.2.1. Pressure vessels shall be designed, fabricated, inspected and tested in accordance
with the
requirements of the following codes, standards and regulations of the latest edition.
(1) Applicable local regulations
(1) ASME Boiler and Pressure Vessel Code Sec. VIII Div. 1 or Div.2
(Code stamping is not required unless otherwise specified.)

1.2.2. Vendor shall be responsible for making all aspects of materials, design, fabrication,
inspection and testing conform to the requirements of the specified codes, standards
and local regulations.
1.2.3. Where there are conflicts between the requirements in Purchaser's
drawings/specifications and the specified codes/standards or local regulations, the
order of precedence shall be as follows:

(1) Local regulations


(2) Engineering drawings or data sheets
(3) Engineering specifications
(4) Codes and standards
In such a case, Vendor shall promptly refer the conflicts to Purchaser in writing to
obtaining Purchaser's instruction.
1.3. Units
Unless otherwise specified, METRIC units shall be applied as the measurement
system for the drawings and documents to be submitted. However, nominal sizes
of piping components shall be in accordance with inch system.
1.4. Purchaser's Drawing and Documents
1.4.1. Purchaser will provide Engineering Drawing for each pressure vessel which contains
such information as the shape, basic dimensions, estimated thickness and weight,
design conditions, materials for primary parts, nozzle specifications, and details of
internals as required by Vendor to accomplish his mechanical design of the pressure
vessel. When sketches, data sheets or duty specifications are provided, Vendor shall
prepare Engineering Drawings covering the same contents as specified above. Such
drawings may be used as Vendor's assembly drawings with necessary information
added
1.4.2. Engineering Drawings will be issued in the following steps, and at each step
additional
information and/or revisions will be incorporated. Vendor shall proceed with his work
in
accordance with purpose of each issue.
(1) Preliminary or For Approval: Preliminary information of design conditions, basic
dimensions, thickness for major parts and weight estimation are indicated.
(2) Approved for Design (AFD): Almost all design information are settled and
confirmed except nozzle locations. No further major revisions are expected.
(3) Approved for Construction (AFC): Nozzle location is fixed and Vendor can start
the fabrication based on this issue.
1.4.3. Purchaser will provide D-123 "Vessel Standard" which supplements the above
drawings and
determines the detail construction of pressure vessels. Applicable drawing numbers
in Vessel
Standard will be shown in each Engineering Drawing.
When sketches or data sheets are provided, Vendor shall confirm Purchaser the
application of
each drawing in Vessel Standard.
1.5. Vendor's Drawings and Documents
1.5.1. Vendor shall submit to Purchaser drawings and documents as called for in Purchaser's
requisition sheets.
1.5.2. All drawings and documents shall give the name of Client (end user), Purchaser's Work
No., Item No. and service of the commodity.
1.5.3. Drawings shall be prepared to scale and in third angle projection.
1.5.4. Drawings shall contain:
(1) Title block (Purchaser's Work No., Requisition No., Item No. and service of the
commodity)
(2) Design Data (conforming to Purchaser's drawings or data sheet)
(3) Material list (material specifications and quantities for all parts including spare
parts)
(4) Nozzle list (conforming to Purchaser's drawings or data sheet)
(5) All weld seams, and weld and surface finish symbols
(6) Detailed dimensions and thickness
1.5.5. Strength calculations shall cover:
Code calculations for all pressure retaining parts including reinforcements for nozzle
openings
(1) Structural calculations for internals
(2) Structural calculations for lifting lugs and transportation fittings
(3) Stability check of vessel and support for wind/seismic load
(4) Stability check of vessel and support at transportation, loading & unloading and
erection
(5) Local stress analysis against external loading on nozzles

1.5.6. For pressure vessels fabricated and/or assembled at job site, Vendor shall submit the
instruction for the work.
1.5.7. Purchaser's "Approved" on Vendor's document means that Vendor may proceed his
work without re-submitting the documents unless further revisions are made.
"Approved as noted" on Vendor's document means that Vendor may proceed his work
provided the notes are concurred by Vendor. Re-submission of the revised
documents are required for confirmation. "Not approved" on the document means
that Vendor may not proceed the work without re-submission of the corrected
document for approval. Purchaser's approval for Vendor's drawings and documents
shall not relieve Vendor of his responsibility to meet all requirements of the purchase
order.

2. DESIGN
2.1. Design Pressure
2.1.1. Design pressure shall be as specified on Purchaser's drawing or data sheet.
2.1.2. Design pressure shall mean the gauge pressure at the top of a completed vessel in its
operating position. Unless otherwise agreed in advance, internal static head shall be
added to the design pressure to determine the thickness of any specific part of the
vessel.
2.1.3. When design pressure of "F.V. (Full Vacuum)" is specified, vessels shall be designed to
withstand for external pressure of 1.033 kgf/cm 2.
2.1.4. Unless otherwise specified, vessels normally subject to internal pressure shall be
designed to withstand a minimum external pressure of 0.175 kgf/cm 2 at the ambient
temperature (20 °C).
2.1.5. Vessel parts subject to different internal pressure on both sides shall be designed to
withstand the most severe combination of the pressures.
2.1.6. Maximum Allowable Working Pressure (MAWP) is the maximum gauge
pressure at the top of a completed vessel, which is obtained from the calculation for
every element of the vessel based on the used thickness under corroded condition.
Vendor shall calculate the MAWP of each vessel, when required by Purchaser.
2.2. Design Temperature
2.2.1. Design temperature shall be as specified on Purchaser's drawing or data sheet. Two
kinds of design temperature, one for maximum design temperature (called as
"Design Temperature") and the other for minimum design temperature (called as
"Minimum Design Metal temperature" = MDMT) are specified.
2.2.2. When different temperatures are predicted for different zones of a vessel, these
temperatures are indicated for the respective zones of the vessel.
2.2.3. When design temperature or MDMT cannot coincide with the maximum pressure, the
corresponding design pressure shall be designated together with the temperature.
2.2.4. Vessel parts in contact with two fluids having different temperatures shall be designed
for both higher and lower design temperatures.
2.2.5. When the vessel inside is insulated from high temperature fluid, the design
temperature may be determined by heat transfer calculation.
2.3. Corrosion Allowances
2.3.1. The corrosion allowance for the shell shall be as specified on Purchaser's drawing or
data sheet.
2.3.2. Unless otherwise specified in the drawings, data sheet or other applicable
Engineering Specifications, the corrosion allowance for internal parts of vessels shall
be as follows:

(1) Parts directly welded to the shell or parts not removable from a
manhole: Add 1/2 of the specified corrosion allowance on each side.
(2) Parts removable from a manhole: Add 1/4 of the specified corrosion allowance
on each side (min. 1.0 mm total for both sides).
Notes:
1. Generally no corrosion allowance is added for high alloy and nonferrous internals.
2. For the internal parts specified in Vessel Standard such as lugs and support rings,
corrosion allowance shall conform to the stipulations in it.
3. The specified corrosion allowance shall mean the corrosion allowance for the shell.
4. Shell as used herein shall mean all pressure holding parts of the vessel in contact
with the service fluid, including heads, nozzles, manholes and manhole covers.

2.3.3. No corrosion allowance is required for such parts not in contact with the inside fluid
as the outside surface of shell, skirt, anchor bolt and so on.
2.3.4. When it is not practicable to provide corrosion allowance by increasing the
thickness of base metal, a corrosion resistant material shall be used in solid, lining,
cladding or weld overlay construction. Any change of these construction materials
shall be referred to Purchaser for approval.
2.4. Materials
2.4.1. The materials for primary parts shall be as specified on Purchaser's drawing or data
sheet.
2.4.2. Materials of the parts not specified on Purchaser's drawings, data sheet or Vessel
Standard shall be decided by Vendor and shall be submitted by showing them on the
Vendor's drawings for Purchaser's approval.
2.4.3. Materials for external attachments and vessel support welded directly to the pressure
retaining parts shall be similar material as the pressure parts. As for the skirt or leg
type support, the top 500 mm of them shall be selected in the same manner.
2.4.4. Vendor may propose the use of alternative materials. Such alternatives shall be clearly
indicated on his proposal giving official material designation or the chemical
composition and physical properties for such materials having only a trade or supplier
designation, and shall be submitted for Purchaser's approval.
2.4.5. Gaskets, bolts and nuts for blind nozzles and manholes shall be as specified in
Purchaser's drawing or data sheet.
2.5. Loading Conditions and Strength Calculation
2.5.1. The thickness indicated on Purchaser's drawings are those proposed by Purchaser.
Vendor shall check and confirm under his guarantee that such thickness provide the
proper strength under the specified conditions. Any lesser thickness considered by
Vendor shall immediately be referred to Purchaser, but in no case, any proposed
thickness will be decreased without Purchaser's prior approval, even if it has an extra
margin beyond the required thickness.
2.5.2. Lining, cladding and weld overlay thickness shall not be considered to contribute to
the strength of pressure parts.
2.5.3. The following loading conditions shall be considered in designing pressure vessels,
vessel supports and anchor/setting bolts. (1) Operating condition
The loading shall include those from:
(a) internal or external design pressure
(b) weight of vessels and contents at operating condition (including static head
of liquids)
(c) weight of insulation and fire proofing
(d) weight of piping, platform and other attachments
(e) weight of combined equipment, if specified
(f) reactions from piping systems, if specified
(g) (g) cyclic or dynamic reactions from combined equipment, if specified (h)
wind or seismic load (Not necessary to consider simultaneously)
(2) Erection condition
The loading shall include those from:
(a) weight of vessels and contents at erection
(b) weight of piping, platforms and other attachments, if any (See Note)
(c) weight of combined equipment, if specified
(d) wind or seismic load whichever is greater Note: The erections of tall towers
are usually done under the fully dressed up condition.
Vendor shall confirm the extent of dress up to Purchaser.
(3) Testing condition (in the installed position and corroded condition) The loading
shall include
those from:
(a) test pressure
(b) weight of vessels and contents at testing condition (including static head of
liquids)
(c) weight of insulation and fire proofing
(d) weight of piping, platform and other attachment
(e) weight of combined equipment, if specified Note: The hydrostatic test
in the installed position shall be considered for all vessels except vertical
vessels/towers of which tangential length is greater than 10,000 mm.
2.5.4. Wind load shall be determined in accordance with the requirements of local
regulation with the following conditions : Wind speed shall be 35 m/s at 10 m height.
2.5.5. Seismic load shall be determined in accordance with the requirements of local
regulation and UBC 1997 Zone3.
2.5.6. Classification and evaluation of stresses at various loading conditions shall be done in
accordance with the applicable codes and standards. Higher allowable stresses may be
used according to the category of the stresses for short time and local loads.
2.5.7. Allowable tensile stress of foundation bolts of A307 Gr.B shall be 10 kgf/mm 2 for long-
term and 15 kgf/mm2 for short-term loading conditions.
2.5.8. Local stresses at shell around attachments such as nozzle, vessel support and lifting
lug and so on, shall be calculated and evaluated when requested by Purchaser. The
following generally accepted calculation procedure, or the equivalent, may be applied. (a)
Bulletin of Welding Research Council No. 107 or 297PD 5500 appendix G
(b) Pressure Vessel Handbook (By E.F. Megyesy)
(c) Process Equipment Design (By L.E. Brownell & E.H. Young) 2.5.9. Unless
otherwise specified, all nozzles shall be designed to resist the following estimated external
loads and moments due to connected piping based on the formulae below:
"D" in the formulae is the nominal diameter in inches. The 'b' value in the formulae
depends upon the rating of the nozzle flange as follows:

2.5.10. For tray towers or packed towers, the maximum shell deflection at the top of the shell
under the 2/3 of the design wind load shall be limited to 1/100 of the total height from
the base plate.
2.6. Tolerances
2.6.1. Tolerances shall be in accordance with Appendix B "Inspection Requirement" unless
otherwise specified on Purchaser's drawings.
2.6.2. The thickness after forming of any pressure retaining parts shall not be less than the
calculated thickness. Plates with an under tolerance of not more than the smaller
value of 0.25 mm or 6% of the nominal thickness may be used, unless requested
otherwise by the applicable code.
3. DETAILED DESIGN
3.1. Shells and Heads
3.1.1. The shape the formed head shall be as specified on Purchaser's drawing or data
sheet. 2:1 ellipsoidal or hemispherical head are used, in general.
3.1.2. The nominal thickness of 2:1 ellipsoidal or dished head shall be selected to assure the
minimum thickness after forming shall not be less than the minimum required
thickness of head. Also, the nominal thickness shall not be less than the minimum
required thickness of connecting cylindrical shell:
(1) Gasket contact surface of girth flange shall have a finish equivalent to the
following in pm.
(2) For non-asbestos sheet gasket : Ra 3.2
(3) For spiral wound gasket : from Ra 1.6 to Ra 3.2
(4) For metal jacket, solid metal gasket : Ra 1.6 and finer
3.2. Internals
3.2.1. Unless otherwise specified in Purchaser's requisition sheets or indicated on Purchaser's
drawings, all internals are included in the scope of Vendor's supply except packing and
valve trays. Vendor shall design internals in accordance with the information indicated
on Purchaser's drawings:
3.2.2. Unless otherwise specified, removable internal parts shall be designed in units as large
as can be put in and out from the vessel through the nearest upper manhole.
Demister may be, however, put in and out through the nearest lower manhole or
opening. The weight of one block to be withdrawn shall not generally exceed 40 kg
except for support beams.
3.2.3. Vendor shall provide the detailed design of gratings and their supports, demisters, etc.
according to Purchaser’s information.
3.2.4. Trays, distributors, baffles and support beams shall be so designed not to restrict
deformation of the shell due to operating pressure and thermal expansion.
3.2.5. Demisters shall be securely fastened to the support ring by bolting or clamping.
3.2.6. Plate-type internal flange may be used in accordance with Vessel Standards.
3.2.7. Internal bolts subject to vibration, fluctuating load, impact load or dynamic load shall
be protected against loosening. Double nuts, unti-loose washers, tack welding, etc.
shall be used.
3.2.8. All removable internals shall be checked by suitable methods to ensure their
insertability and removability through the manhole. Extra care shall be given to the
design of hold-down gratings which are inserted after the packing is filled up.
3.3. Nozzles and Manholes
3.3.1. Nozzle and manhole size shall not be changed by Vendor. However, if nozzles,
reinforcement pads, and main seams should interfere with each other, these
dimensions may be changed upon Purchaser’s approval.
3.3.2. The type, rating and facing of nozzle flanges shall conform to those specified in
Purchaser’s drawing or data sheet.
3.3.3. Each manhole cover with mass over 20 kg shall be supported by a davit or hinge as
specified on Purchaser’s drawing. The details of davit or hinge shall be accordance
with Vessel Standards. Manhole size shall be limited minimum 24 inch.
3.3.4. Nozzle flanges 24 inch and smaller shall be as per ASME B16.5. Nozzle flanges larger
than 24 inch nominal shall be as per ASME B16.47 Series B or designed per ASME
Sec. VIII Div.1. In case a non standard flange is designed by vendor, the companion
flange with bolt, nut and gasket shall be supplied with by vendor.
3.3.5. The nozzle neck thickness shall be selected in accordance with Vessel Standard as per
materials, nominal size, flange rating and corrosion allowance. The pipe material for
nozzle neck shall be seamless, unless otherwise approved by Purchaser.
3.3.6. Unless otherwise specified, the nozzle gasket surface shall be flat smooth surface and
serration specified in ASME standard.
3.3.7. When male and female (M&F) or tongue and groove (T&G) type flanges are specified,
the nozzle flange facing of the vessel shall be of female or groove type.
3.3.8. Drain, vent and draw off nozzles shall be trimmed flush with the inside surface of the
vessel. Other nozzles may extend inward within the limits necessary for welding.
3.3.9. Nozzles to be welded directly to the connecting piping will be indicated on purchaser’s
drawing. Caps for pressure testing shall be attached to the nozzles by welding. After
the pressure testing the caps shall be cut off, and the nozzles shall be machined to
from the specified welding bevel.
3.4. Opening
3.4.1. The opening reinforcement shall be so designed as not to limit the maximum
allowable working pressure of the vessel.
3.4.2. Nozzles made of pipe or plate and sized 2 inch nominal and larger shall generally be
provided with reinforcement plates. Each reinforcement plate shall be provided with
at least one tell-tale hole of NPT 1/8 inch. Long weld neck (LWN) type nozzle may be
used without reinforcement pad up to 3 inch nominal.
3.4.3. The reinforcement for the nozzle opening shall be of integral type, when required by
the applicable codes/standards or where any of the following conditions are met:
(1) Design temperatures exceeds 450 °C
(2) Design pressure exceeds 100 kgf/cm2G
(3) Design temperature exceeds 350 °C and design pressure exceeds 30 kgf/cm2G
(4) Plate thickness exceeds 50 mm
(5) Size 1-1/2 inch and below 3.4.4. In general, nozzles are subject to external loads.
Vendor shall check the strength of the nozzles and shells against external loads based
on Purchaser's information and shall provide additional reinforcements if required. See
Par. 2.5.8 for calculation procedures.
3.5. Alloy Lining
3.5.1. Alloy lining shall be either integrally clad plate or overlay weld metal. The minimum
effective alloy thickness shall be 2 mm. Loose metal lining of minimum 2 mm
thickness may be used when specified in Engineering Drawings or data sheet.
3.5.2. Nozzles attached to alloy lined shell shall be alloy-lined by integrally cladding or
overlay welding with exception in Par. 3.5.3 and Par. 3.5.4.
3.5.3. Solid austenitic stainless steel nozzles may be welded to ferritic shells in case of the
following. When postweld heat treatment is required, such nozzles shall be made of
stabilized stainless steel or low carbon grade and welded by Inconel filler metal.
(1) Nozzle size is 2 inch and smaller with design temperature 400 °C and lower
(2) Nozzle size is 4 inch and smaller with design temperature 250 °C and lower
3.5.4. Loose metal lining may be used for the nozzles of the following.
(1) Nozzle size is 4 inch and smaller with design temperature 400 °C and lower.
(2) Nozzle size is 6 inch and larger with design temperature range of -10 °C to 250
°C Expansion ring shall be provided when the design temperature exceeds 250 °C.
Each segment of liner welds shall be provided with tell-tale holes with threaded end
for plugging. When postweld heat treatment is required, such sleeve liner shall be
made of stabilized stainless steel or low carbon grade and welded by low carbon grade
stainless filler metal. One end of loose sleeve liner shall be welded after postweld heat
treatment.
3.6. Bolts, Nuts and Gaskets
3.6.1. Unless otherwise specified, all bolting threads to be used for pressure vessels shall be
ISO Metric System. When bolt size are M30 and over, metric fine screw threads of 3 mm
pitch series shall be used. When bolt sizes are M27 and less, metric coarse screw
threads shall be used. Girth flange bolting shall be of stud bolt type, threaded full
length, and at least M16 for flange of 600 mm and smaller inside diameter and at
least M20 for over 600 mm inside diameter flange.
3.6.2. The hardness of metal gaskets shall not exceed the values in the following table.
Vendor shall confirm this hardness is lower than those of gasket contact surface.
Gasket Materials Brinell Hardness
Soft iron, Low Carbon Steel and Nickel 120
5% Cr - ½% Mo Steel 140
Austenitic Stainless 160
3.6.3. Threads of bolts and nuts shall be coated before installation with anti-galling agent.
3.7. Supports
3.7.1. Skirt shall be so designed that the both ends are continuously welded to the
head/shell and the base ring respectively.
3.7.2. The joint of the skirt to head/shell shall be designed and welded so as to prevent
excessive stress concentration.
3.7.3. Flanged connections shall not be provided inside the skirt unless otherwise specifically
required.
3.7.4. Skirt shall be provided with vents and access holes as indicated in Engineering
Drawings or in Vessel Standard.
3.7.5. Saddles, lugs or legs for pressure vessels shall be as per the tables in Vessel
Standard. For vessels which meet all the conditions stipulated in the tables such as
maximum weight or saddle height, strength calculations may not be submitted to
Purchaser.
3.7.6. Supports for low temperature horizontal vessels with the operating temperatures -20 °C
or below shall be provided with wooden pillows according to Vessel Standard.
3.8. Miscellaneous
3.8.1. External shell attachments such as lifting lugs, clips for platforms/ladders and piping
supports, insulation support rings, etc. shall be provided as required.
3.8.2. Tailing lugs shall be provided for vertical vessels, towers and reactors weighing 100 ton
and over.
3.8.3. Lifting lugs and tailing lugs shall be designed taking account of vessel weight and
lifting method, etc. Materials, procedures of welding them to the shell and inspection
method shall also be carefully checked. The shock factor of 1.25, as minimum, shall
be considered in the design of lugs and shell.
3.8.4. For site assembling vessels, lifting lugs or jigs shall be provided for each block of vessel.
After the assembling, the lugs and jigs shall be cut off, in general.
3.8.5. Plate type lifting lugs shall be provided, in general. Trunnion type lifting device needs
Purchaser's prior written approval.
3.8.6. According to Purchaser's information, Vendor shall check the strength of the vessels
during transportation and field erection, and provide necessary reinforcements prior
to shipment. The shock factor of 1.25, as minimum, shall be considered in this
design. Vendor shall submit such strength calculations to Purchaser.

3.8.7. When specified in Purchaser's requisition, vendor shall design platforms & ladders
and lugs for them in accordance with Purchaser's platform & ladder arrangement
drawings.
3.8.8. In general, vessels shall be provided with two earth lugs.

4. FABRICATION
4.1. Plate Layout
4.1.1. Shell plates shall be laid out so that there will be a minimum of welded seams.
4.1.2. Longitudinal and circumferential welded seams shall not interfere with nozzle
openings, reinforcement plates and saddle pads, as far as possible. If the seams are
covered with reinforcement plates or saddle pads under Purchaser's approval, they
shall be ground flush with shell surface and radiographically examined in full length
prior to welding of plates or pads.
4.1.3. Longitudinal welded seams on adjacent shell segments shall be separated by at least
4 times the wall thickness of the thicker plate but not less than 100 mm.
4.1.4. Longitudinal and circumferential welded seams shall be kept out of the internal welds
insofar as practical, and shall be so located that they can be easily inspected with
internals in place.
4.2. Forming
4.2.1. Selection of hot or cold forming of materials may be made by Vendor, but heat
treatment after forming shall conform to the requirements of applicable material
specifications.
4.2.2. Despite of Par. 4.2.1, low alloy steel of 50 mm and over in thickness shall be
subjected to hot forming. Cold forming shall not be employed unless otherwise
approved by Purchaser.
4.2.3. Despite of Par. 4.2.1, austenitic stainless steel including clad plate shall generally be
subjected to cold forming. Hot forming shall not be employed unless otherwise
approved by Purchaser.
4.2.4. A formed head shall generally be made of single plate.
4.2.5. When temporary attachments are required during the forming work, they shall be
welded to the shell plate using the same welding procedures as for the main seams.
After removing these attachments, the surface shall be ground flush and examined
by magnetic particle method. In case of high alloy steel or non ferrous materials,
liquid penetrant method can be substituted.
4.3. Welding
4.3.1. Vendor shall obtain Purchaser's approval for start of welding.
4.3.2. As a rule, vessels shall be welded by fusion arc process. Electrogas or electroslag
welding shall be subject to Purchaser's approval.
4.3.3. Welding procedures and welders shall be qualified in accordance with the specified
code or standard.
4.3.4. Pressure holding seams shall normally be full-penetration double-welded butt joints.
Single-welded butt joints which ensure full-penetration may be used, where double-
welded butt joints are impractical. Butt joint with backing strip needs to obtain
Purchaser's prior written approval.
4.3.4. Welding electrodes and wires shall have chemical compositions and mechanical
properties equal to or of higher grade than the base material.
4.3.5. Welding procedures shall be selected to minimize the residual stresses insofar as
practical.
4.3.6. Preheating shall be carried out for carbon and low alloy steel welding where required.
Preheating temperature shall be kept uniform from the start to the end of welding.
4.3.7. Welding procedure for any dissimilar metal welds of stainless steel to carbon steel or
low alloy steel shall be presented in full detail to Purchaser for approval.
4.3.8. Dissimilar metal welding of stainless steel to carbon steel or low alloy steel in pressure
retaining butt weld shall be carried out in the following manner.
(1) Filler metal of Inconel 182: For joints where PWHT is required or design
temperature over 350 °C.
(2) Filler metals of E309, E309L: For first layer of joints where no PWHT is required
and design 309Mo, 309MoL temperature is less than 350 °C. Note: The welding
method and welding parameters of the dissimilar weld overlay shall be carefully
selected to control the dilution and micro-structure of the weld deposit to avoid
any cracks. 20,000 J/cm is allowable maximum heat input for the first layer of
pressure retaining dissimilar butt weld.
4.3.10. The minimum bead length for low alloy and high alloy steel shall be 80 mm.
4.3.11. When joining alloy-clad plate, the alloy layer shall be stripped for a minimum
distance of 8 mm from the bevel to assure the sound weld joint of base materials. If
Vendor would propose other procedure, the details of it to assure the sound weld
joint of the base material shall be referred to Purchaser for approval. The thinning of
base metal due to this clad stripping is not necessary to consider in the shell thickness
calculation if the thinning is within the smaller of 1.0 mm or 10% of the base metal
nominal thickness.
4.4. Heat Treatment
4.4.1. Unless otherwise stated, postweld heat treatment shall be carried out in accordance
with the applicable codes or standards.
4.4.2. No welding shall be performed on vessels after the final postweld heat treatment
without Purchaser's approval.
4.4.3. When clad steel or dissimilar metal welded parts are heat treated, the heat
treatment procedure shall be submitted for Purchaser's approval. 4.4.4. The gasket faces of
girth flanges shall be machined after final heat treatment:
4.5. Hardness
Hardness of base metal, weld metal and heat affected zone shall not exceed the
limits given below.
Material (P-Number) Brinell Hardness
Carbon Steel (P-1) 225
Low Alloy Steel (P-3, 4) 225
Low Alloy Steel (P-5, 6, 7, 9) 235
4.6. Miscellaneous
4.6.1. Materials for vessels shall be carefully stored at shop not to be heavily rusted or
damaged. Stainless steel shall be stored under roof and protected from the
contamination of any harmful substances such as chloride and zinc.
5. INSPECTION AND TESTS
5.1. General Requirement
5.1.1. All pressure vessels shall be inspected and tested in accordance with the applicable
local regulations, applied code and Appendix B "Inspection Requirements" unless
otherwise specified on Purchaser's drawings:
5.1.2. Vender shall submit a detailed procedure of inspection and test for Purchaser's
approval.

6. NAMEPLATE, PAINTING AND MARKING


6.1. Nameplate
A nameplate as shown in Vessel Standard shall be mounted on each vessel.
Mounting on the removable parts is prohibited.
6.2. Painting
6.2.1. As a rule, all external surface of vessels shall be painted in accordance with Painting
Requirements in Appendix C, except the following.
A. Surface of Stainless Steel and high alloy steels; Not painted.
B. Gasket sheet surface; See Par: 6.2.2
6.2.2. All flange faces and other machined surfaces shall be coated with a readily
removable rust preventive paint.
6.2.3. Weld bevels on the end of carbon steel and low alloy steel which are to be welded at
site shall be coated on the inside and outside for a distance of 75 mm from the end of the
steel with Deoxyaluminite, Taseto Silver or equivalent:
6.2.4. Vendor shall submit a detailed procedure of applicable painting system (Painting
Specification) for Purchaser's approval.
6.3. Marking
6.3.1. Each Pressure Vessels shall be marked in accordance with Vessel Standard D-123.

7. PACKING AND SHIPPING


7.1. General
Packing and shipping shall be in accordance with Engineering Specification and the
following additional requirements
7.2. Packing and Preparation for Shipping
7.2.1. All vessels shall be dried up by draining and air blowing, thoroughly cleaned inside
and outside and free of all dirt and loose foreign materials before shipping.
7.2.2. All flanged openings shall be provided with bolted steel cover of minimum 4.5 mm
thickness with gaskets. Number of bolting is one forth of the service bolt but not less
than 4 sets.
7.2.3. All beveled openings shall be covered or capped to protect the inside from rust and
moisture. The welded cover or cap shall be so designed to protect the weld bevel and
to be removed easily at site.
7.2.4. Nitrogen filling or volatile corrosion inhibitor such as DICHAN* shall be applied for
carbon or low alloy steel pressure vessels. * Dicyclohexylammonium nitrite
7.2.5. Spare parts shall be packed separately from the vessels.
7.2.6. Tell-tale holes on the outside of vessels shall be greased up. Plugging of holes are
prohibited:
7.2.7. Demisters shall be free of wire pieces in so far as possible.
7.2.8. The gasket for manhole, handhole or other nozzles with blind flanges shall be
replaced by service gasket after the hydrostatic test and surely tightened for the
operation: However, when specified by Purchaser for such case that the manhole will
be opened at erection site for the inspection or installation of the internals, the gasket
used for the Hydrostatic test may be remained provided the test gasket is clearly
marked with yellow paint and the service gasket shall be separately delivered: This
service gasket is not counted as the erection spare parts.
7.3. Shipping
7.3.1. Templates and foundation bolting shall be shipped separately from the vessels
according to
7.3.2. Internals within Vendor's scope of supply shall be installed and assembled at
Vendor's shop before shipping, unless otherwise instructed by Purchaser.
7.3.3. No vessels shall be released for shipment from Vendor's shop until it has been
approved by Purchaser's inspector.
Appendix A Basic Design Requirements

This appendix describes the basic requirements of the design of the vessels and are
reflected into Purchaser's drawing or data sheet, in general. When Purchaser issues only
the duty specification and the basic design is executed by vendor, in such a case of
vessels in package units, the requirements of this appendix shall be followed in addition
to the body of this specification.

A.1 Design Pressure


A.2 Maximum Design Temperature
A.3 Minimum Design Temperature
A.4 Corrosion Allowance
A.5 Material Selection
A.6 Gasket Selection
A.7 Minimum Shell Thickness
A.8 Pipe Shell
A.9 Minimum Nozzle Size
A.10 Manholes and Handholes
A.11 Nozzle Flange Design
A. 12 Nozzle Protrusion
A.13 Girth Flange Design
A. 14 Support Design of Vertical Vessels
A. 15 Fire Proofing
A. 16Extent of Radiographic Examination

A.1 Design Pressure

A.1.1 Operating pressure shall be normal working pressure.

A.1.2 Maximum anticipated operating pressure shall be the maximum pressure the
equipment is expected
to withstand for unusual or transient operation (drainage, dry out, star-up, )

A.1.3 As the standard practice, 1.1 times of maximum anticipated operating pressure or
1.0 kg/cm2 plus
maximum anticipated operating pressure, whichever the larger, will be set as the
design pressure, in
general. In any case, design pressure shall be not be less than 3.5 kg/cm 2G.
Moreover, special
cases (water/gas hammer, toxic gases handling, explosion hazared, ) shall be
considered.

A.1.4 Vessels operating under vacuum condition shall be designed for a design external
pressure of 1.033 kg/cm2 and designated as full vacuum. When any safety device
is provided, the difference of the absolute internal and the atmospheric pressure
may be taken as the design pressure.

A.2 Maximum Design Temperature

A.2.1 Maximum design temperature, which is the basis of strength calculation, shall
normally be the maximum anticipated operating temperature, but not less than 60
°C. As the standard practice, 1.1 times of normal operating temperature or 28 °C
plus normal operating temperature, whichever the higher, will be set as the design
temperature, in general.

A.3 Minimum Design Temperature

A.3.1 The minimum design metal temperature (MDMT) shall be determined for each
vessels in accordance with UG-20 of ASME Boiler and Pressure Vessel Code
Section VIII, Div.1.

A.4 Corrosion Allowance

A.4.1 The necessity and the values of corrosion allowances shall be determined
depending on the material, inside fluid characteristics, operating conditions and
applicable codes and standards.
A.4.2 Corrosion allowances for pressure parts made of carbon steel, low alloy steel and
high alloy steel shall be 1.0 mm minimum. Unless otherwise specified, corrosion
allowances are not required for non-ferrous metals.

A.5 Material Selection

A.5.1 Materials shall be selected from those listed in ASTM/ASME Standards considering
the inside fluid characteristics, design conditions and applicable codes and
standards. However, considering the availability in the market, equivalent materials
of country of origin may be selected with Purchaser's approval.

A.5.2 Unless otherwise specified girth flanges and flat covers shall be forged steel. Plate
construction shall be subject to Purchaser's approval.

A.5.3 Materials for the low temperature service shall be selected considering the impact
properties of the material and MDMT specified for the vessel. The requirements of
the impact test shall be as specified in UCS-66 of ASME Boiler and Pressure
Vessel Code Section VIII, Div.1.

A.5.4 A283 Gr.C may be used for pressure retaining parts when all of the following
conditions are met.

(1) Design pressure does not exceed 10 kgf/cm2G


(2) Design temperature, both maximum and minimum, are from 10 °C up to 350 °C
(3) Utility service such as cooling water, steam, steam condensate, air, N 2, etc.
(4) Shell plate nominal thickness is equal or less than 16 mm

A.6 Gasket Selection

A.6.1 Gaskets for girth flange shall be determined depending on the inside fluid
characteristics, design conditions and applicable codes and standards. As a rule,
spiral wound with carbon steel ring shall be selected except that non-asbestos
sheet gasket may be used when all of the following conditions apply.

(1) Flange inside diameter does not exceed 1 200 mm


(2) Design pressure does not exceed 10 kgf/cm2G
(3) Design temperature, both maximum and minimum, is from 0 °C up to 180 °C
(4) Utility service such as cooling water, steam, steam condensate, air, N 2, etc.
A.6.2 As for spiral wound gasket, with inner ring gasket shall be used for confined type
flange and with outer ring gasket shall be used for raised face flange.

A.7 Minimum Shell Thickness

A.7.1 The minimum nominal shell thickness including corrosion allowance shall be as
follows:

A.8 Pipe Shell


A.8.1 When shell diameters are 600 mm and under, pipes may be used.
A.9 Minimum Nozzle Size
A.9.1 In general, nozzles shall be flanged and minimum 3/4 inch nominal size.
A.10 Manholes and Handholes

A.10.1 Manhole nominal diameters shall be as follows unless otherwise specified.

(1)
: Girth flanges shall be provided if removable internals is installed.

A.10.2 For tray towers, manholes shall be provided at top and bottom of tower and for
each 20 trays or 15 m elevation distance, whichever the shorter distance, as
minimum.

A.10.3 Handhole shall be minimum 6 inch nominal size.

A.11 Nozzle Flange Design

A.11.1 Nozzle flange shall be of welding neck type except slip-on type may be adopted
for nozzles of all of the following conditions are met.

(1) Material of nozzle is carbon steel, high alloy or non ferrous


(2) Flange rating is class 150 and under for process and instrument nozzle
(3) Flange rating is class 300 and under for manhole, handhole and blind flange
(4) Design temperature, both maximum and minimum, is from -10 °C up to 350 °C
(5) Nozzle size is 2 inch and larger

A.11.2 Nozzie flanges equal and larger than 26 inch nominal shall be of welding neck
type.

A.12 Nozzle Protrusion

A.12.1 Nozzle protrusion shall be decided considering the minimum clearance of 50 mm


between the bottom of bolt to the surface of the shell or surface of the insulation
cover. Purchaser's Vessel Standard VS-49 shall be referred.

A.12.2 For the nozzles to be connected to piping, the distance of the flange face to the
center of the vessel shail be rounded up to each 10 mm by adjusting the nozzle
protrusion.

A.13 Girth Flange Design

A.13.1 All girth flanges shall be of welding neck construction, except that slip-on flanges
may be used in the following cases.

(1) Carbon steel shells


Design pressure is 20 kgf/cm2G and less and design temperature, both max.
and min., is from -10°Cupto350°C.

(2) High alloy or non ferrous shells


Design pressure is 50 kgf/cm2G and less and design temperature, both max.
and min., is from -45 °C up to 350 °C.

A.13.2 For low alloy or clad shells, welding neck flanges shall be adopted.

A.14 Support Design of Vertical Vessels

A.14.1 Vertical vessels shall generally be supported by skirts or lugs. Vessels may be
supported by legs made of steel angles or pipes when all of the following
conditions apply:

(1) Shell diameter is not more than 1 000 mm.


(2) Weight of vessel operating does not exceed 3 000 kg
(3) Vessel height-to-diameter ratio is not more than 3
(4) Support height is not more than 1 500 mm
(5) Vibration is not expected

A.15 Fire Proofing

A.15.1 Fire proofing of skirt and other support shall be provided for the vessels
installed in the fire hazardous area in the following manner. Application of fire proofing to
vessels installed on elevated structure shall be decided for each case.

For skirt type support, both inside and outside surface of the skirt shall be fire
proofed when more than two access openings are provided. Only outside surface
of the skirt shall be fire proofed when only one access opening is provided.

For leg type support, fire proofing shall be provided for legs of longer than 500
mm.

For saddle type support, fire proofing shall be provided for saddles of the non-
insulated lowest height is greater than 300 mm.

A. 16 Extent of Radiographic Examination

A.16.1 The extent of radiographic examination of the shell and head seams shall be
spot examination, as minimum.

Appendix B Inspection Requirements


B.1 Material

B.1.1 Ultrasonic Examination of the base metal shall be done in accordance with the
following criteria.

(1) Plate material and thickness over 50 mm ASTM A435


(2) Forging material, plate-like one such as tube sheet, forging shell, ASTM
A578 Level B and thickness over 100 mm.
(3) Forging material, not included in (2) above, and thickness over 100 mm ASTM
A508 Par. 7.3
(4) Cladding material, any thickness ASTM A578 Level
S6

B.1.2 Charpy impact test shall be done in accordance with the Code, based on MDMT
specified on the Purchaser's engineering drawings or data sheet. For carbon steel
and low alloy steel, when the nominal thickness of plate or forging exceeds 100
mm., charpy impact test as specified in Table B-1 is mandatory.

Table B-1

Item CRITERIA
Sampling - Min. 1 set from each heat
- Min. 3 specimen in 1 set
Test Temperature 0 °C or MDMT whichever is lower
Absorbed Energy ASME Div.l.Fig. UG-84.1

B.1.3 Integrally cladding material shall conform to ASTM A263, A264 or A265 whichever
applicable, and shear test is mandatory.
B.2 Welds
B.2.1 Welding edge shall be inspected by MT or PT when any of the following
conditions met.
(1) Carbon steel and thickness of base metal is 75 mm and over..
(2) Low alloy steel (Cr-Mo) and thickness of base metal is 50 mm and over.
(3) Low alloy steel (Ni) and thickness is 38 mm and over.
(4) Dissimilar welding, any material and any thickness

B.2.2 Welding backchip surface shall be inspected by MT or PT when any of the


following condition met.

(1) Carbon steel and thickness of base metal is 50 mm and over.


(2) Carbon steel and MDMT < -10 °C and thickness of base metal is 25 mm and
over.
(3) Low alloy steel (Cr-Mo) and thickness of base metal is 25 mm and over.
(4) Low alloy steel (Ni), any thickness
(5) Austenitic stainless steel and thickness is 25 mm and over.
(6) Dissimilar welding, any material and any thickness *

B.2.3 All butt weld joint shall be inspected by UT after PWHT in the following cases.

B.2.3.1 Spot UT (Min. 10% in length) is required for carbon steel of 38 mm and over in
thickness. Purchaser's inspector will specify location to be examined with UT.

B.2.3.2 Full UT is required when any of the following conditions is met.


(1) Carbon steel and thickness of base metal is 50 mm and over.
(2) Low alloy steel (Cr-Mo) and thickness of base metal is 50 mm and over.
(3) Low alloy steel (Ni) and thickness is 38 mm and over.
(4) Dissimilar welding
B.2.4 Welding surface shall be inspected by MT or PT after Hydrostatic test, when any of
the following conditions met. Inspection shall be done on all accessible interior
and exterior surface.

(1) Carbon steel and thickness of base metal is 38 mm and over, or Full RT (100
%) is specified.
(2) Low alloy steel {Cr-Mo), any thickness include attachment welds
(3) Low alloy steel (Ni), any thickness include attachment welds
(4) High alloy steel, any thickness
(5) Welds in lining or cladding metal and weld overlay surfaces, include attachment
welds
(6) Welds of tube to tube sheet
(7) Dissimilar welding, any material and any thickness
(8) Fillet welds of intermediate heads

B.2.5 All area where temporary attachment was welded and is removed shall be
examined by MT or PT.

B.2.6 The extent of radiography is specified on Purchaser's drawings.


When "Full RT (100 %)" is specified on Purchaser's drawings, all length of butt
weld joint, including Category B seam, shall be RT. When "Full RT" without a
description of "(100%)" is specified, RT shall be done in accordance with UW-11 of
ASME Div.1.

B.2.7 When Spot RT is specified, each intersection of longitudinal and circumferential


welding seams in the shell and heads, or alternative location specified by
Purchaser's inspector, shall be radiographed. Acceptance standards for spot
radiography are in accordance with UW-51 of ASME Div.1.
B.2.8 RT shall be done before final PWHT.
B.2.9 Acceptance criteria of MT, PT and UT is ;
(1) MT Appendix 6 of ASME Div.1
(2) PT Appendix 8 of ASME Div.1
(3) UT Appendix 12 of ASME Div.1
B.3 Hardness Test
B.3.1 Hardness of base metal, weld metal and heat affected zone shall be checked as
follows.

(1) For Non-PWHT vessel : One point per one vessel


(2) For PWHT vessel : Two points per one of circumferential welds, and
One point per one of longitudinal
welds, and One point per each nozzle
weld

B.4 Dimensional Inspection

B.4.1 Main dimension of vessels shall be checked after PWHT. Unless otherwise
specified, tolerances for pressure vessel shall be in accordance with Fig. B.

B.4.2 Thickness of pressure retaining parts shall be checked after forming, at least one
point of every 1 m2.

B.4.3 Vessels to be field assembled shall be pre-assembled at shop, and miss-


alignment, which shall be less than those specified in UW-33, shall be reported.
B.5 Hydrostatic Test
B.5.1 Hydrostatic test shall be done prior to painting at weld and/or coating.
B.5.2 Hydrostatic test shall be done by water and at the temperature of at least 16 °C
above MDMT.

B.5.3 The hydrostatic test pressure shall be held at least 30 minutes.


B.5.4 When carbon and low alloy steel materials are exposed to test water, chloride
content in the water shall be less than 100 ppm. Corrosion inhibitor such as 500
ppm NaNo2 shall be dosed to the test water.

B.5.5 When austenitic stainless steel materials is exposed to test water, chloride
content of water shall be less than 30 ppm.

B.5.6 Jacketed vessels shall be hydrostatically tested before mounting the jackets, as
practical as possible.
B.6 Leak Test
B.6.1 Reinforcing pads shall be leak tested at least 0.1 kg/cm2 with air before
hydrostatic test.
B.6.2 Sleeve type nozzle shall be leak tested at least 0.1 kg/cm2 with air after
hydrostatic test.
B.7 Inspection and Test Records
B.7.1 Inspection and test records for each vessel shall be supplied by Vender.
B.7.2 Inspection and test records shall include (where applicable);
(1) Manufacturer's Data Report
(2) As-built sketch or tabulation for identification of the materials showing the
Location

(3) Certified Material Test Report, including data of impact tests and
records/certificates of non-destructive examination required for the materials
(4) Records of production weld tests

(5) Time-temperature charts of postweld heat treatment, and records of other heat
treatments

(6) Records/certificates of non-destructive examination, such as


radiographic, ultrasonic, magnetic-particle and liquid-penetrant examination
(7) Data/results of dimensional inspection
(8) Certificates of hydrostatic test, pneumatic test or other pressure tests
(9) Rubbing of nameplates
Appendix C Painting Requirements

C.1 Painting system shall be selected from Table C-1.


C.2 Corresponding designation of SSPC, NACE and SIS standards and specifications
are as follows;
SSPC NACE SIS
SP-6 TM-01-70, No.3 05 59 00, Gr. Sa, Degree 2
SP-10 TM-01-70, No.2 05 59 00, Gr. Sa, Degree 2-1/2

C.3 Total dry film thickness shall be inspected and recorded as


follows;
Number of points to be inspected; 1 point/10 m2, Min. 2 point
Acceptance criteria ; over 90 % of specified thickness in
average
over 70 % of specified thickness in Minimum.

C.4 Painting work shall be done in accordance Paint material manufacture’s


recommendation. At least, following information shall be included in vendor's
PAINT SPECIFICATION.

A. Lowest and highest temperature


B. Highest humidity
C. Cleanness of atmosphere

Table C-1 Painting System for Pressure Vessel and its Attachments

Typ Exposed Operating Surface Paint Nos. of Thicknes


e Condition Temp. Preparatio Materia Coat s
V1 Not Insulated T£80
(°C) n SP-6 Epoxy
l Resin 2 50
(jxm/Coat
V2 T>80 SP-10 Silicon Resin 2 20
Heat Resistant
V3 Insulated T<120 SP-6 Alkyd Resin 2 35
V4 T>120 SP-10 Silicon Resin 2 20
(HOT) or P/P
Heat Resistant
V5 Insulated (Cold) All temp. SP-6 Alkyd Resin 2 35
V6 Skirt, Saddle, - SP-6 Epoxy Resin 2 50
Davit and other
attachment
Appendix D Special Design Code Requirements

1 Application of ASME Boiler and Pressure Vessel Code Section Vlll, Div.2 or AD
Merkablatt or PD5500 shall be considered for construction of pressure vessel when
any of the following conditions are met;

(1) Design Pressure exceeds 100 kgf/cm2G


(2) Plate thickness exceeds 38 mm

2 When a vessel unit consists of more than one independent pressure chamber,
different code may be applied to each chamber. In such a case, only the combination
of ASME Boiler and Pressure Vessel Code Section Vlll, Div.1 and Div.2 is acceptable.

3 When the equipment is fabricated by ASME Boiler and Pressure Vessel Code
Section Vlll, Div.2, Vender shall have the Certificates of authorization for use of
ASME U2 Code Symbol Stamp, although code stamping is not required for the
equipment, as a rule.

4 When the design code is not ASME Boiler and Pressure Vessel Code Section Vlll,
Div.1 or Div.2, Vender shall check the consistency of the code requirement and the
requirement of the spec. D-102 and E-102, and shall inform the any consistency to
the Purchaser.

Appendix C Painting Requirements


C.1 Painting system shall be selected from Table C-1.
C.2 Corresponding designation of SSPC, NACE and SIS standards and specifications
are as follows;
SSPC NACE SIS
SP-6 TM-01-70, No.3 05 59 00, Gr. Sa, Degree 2
SP-10 TM-01-70, No.2 05 59 00, Gr. Sa, Degree 2-1/2

C.3 Total dry film thickness shall be inspected and recorded as


follows;
Number of points to be inspected; 1 point/10 m2, Min. 2 point
Acceptance criteria ; over 90 % of specified thickness in
average
over 70 % of specified thickness in Minimum.

C.4 Painting work shall be done in accordance Paint material manufacture’s


recommendation. At least, following information shall be included in vendor's
PAINT SPECIFICATION.

A. Lowest and highest temperature


B. Highest humidity
C. Cleanness of atmosphere

Table C-1 Painting System for Pressure Vessel and its Attachments
Typ Exposed Operating Surface Paint Nos. of Thicknes
e Condition Temp. Preparatio Materia Coat s
V1 Not Insulated T£80
(°C) n SP-6 Epoxy
l Resin 2 50
(jxm/Coat
V2 T>80 SP-10 Silicon Resin 2 20
Heat Resistant
V3 Insulated T<120 SP-6 Alkyd Resin 2 35
V4 T>120 SP-10 Silicon Resin 2 20
(HOT) or P/P
Heat Resistant
V5 Insulated (Cold) All temp. SP-6 Alkyd Resin 2 35
V6 Skirt, Saddle, - SP-6 Epoxy Resin 2 50
Davit and other
attachment
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Appendix D Special Design Code Requirements

1 Application of ASME Boiler and Pressure Vessel Code Section Vlll, Div.2 or AD Merkablatt or
PD5500 shall be considered for construction of pressure vessel when any of the following
conditions are met;

(3) Design Pressure exceeds 100 kgf/cm2G


(4) Plate thickness exceeds 38 mm

5 When a vessel unit consists of more than one independent pressure chamber, different code
may be applied to each chamber. In such a case, only the combination of ASME Boiler and
Pressure Vessel Code Section Vlll, Div.1 and Div.2 is acceptable.

6 When the equipment is fabricated by ASME Boiler and Pressure Vessel Code Section Vlll,
Div.2, Vender shall have the Certificates of authorization for use of ASME U2 Code Symbol
Stamp, although code stamping is not required for the equipment, as a rule.

7 When the design code is not ASME Boiler and Pressure Vessel Code Section Vlll, Div.1 or
Div.2, Vender shall check the consistency of the code requirement and the requirement of
the spec. D-102 and E-102, and shall inform the any consistency to the Purchaser.
Appendix D Special Design Code Requirements

1 Application of ASME Boiler and Pressure Vessel Code Section Vlll, Div.2 or AD Merkablatt or
PD5500 shall be considered for construction of pressure vessel when any of the following
conditions are met;

(5) Design Pressure exceeds 100 kgf/cm2G


(6) Plate thickness exceeds 38 mm

8 When a vessel unit consists of more than one independent pressure chamber, different code
may be applied to each chamber. In such a case, only the combination of ASME Boiler and
Pressure Vessel Code Section Vlll, Div.1 and Div.2 is acceptable.

9 When the equipment is fabricated by ASME Boiler and Pressure Vessel Code Section Vlll,
Div.2, Vender shall have the Certificates of authorization for use of ASME U2 Code Symbol
Stamp, although code stamping is not required for the equipment, as a rule.

10 When the design code is not ASME Boiler and Pressure Vessel Code Section Vlll, Div.1 or
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Div.2, Vender shall check the consistency of the code requirement and the requirement of
the spec. D-102 and E-102, and shall inform the any consistency to the Purchaser.