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TA-34 Complete

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CASING BOLT REMOVAL
Ensure overhaul liners are in place before loosening casing split line bolting

Remove four tapered dowel pins on the high- and intermediate-pressure section(Item 6) of the case using a 40mm spanner

Repeat step 1 for the low-pressure section(item 25) of the case using a 34mm spanner

With a minimum of two millwrights stationed on either side of the shaft at the low pressure end and working in unison toward
the intermediate pressure section, loosen and remove each of the forty-two M30 low pressure hex nuts(Item26) using a 46mm
socket and HyTorc wrench **Note: Neither millwright should outpace the other - corresponding bolts should be loosened
simultaneously to avoid warping the case

Using a HyTorc wrench with a 65 mm socket loosen and remove the fourteen M64 hex nuts (highlighted on drawing) on the
intermediate pressure section of the turbine casing. (item 10)

HOW TO USE A BOLT HEATER


Remove the center nut from the cap nut of the split line bolt
Using compressed air blow out the center hole to clean out any debris
Using a tape measure measure the depth and the width of the hole in the bolt

Verify the correct bolt heater is used by measuring the diameter and length previously measured in step 3, the
diameter should be very close to help heat transfer to the bolt. The length should be long enough to reach past the
center of the bolt.
Place a 82 mm wrench on the cap nut leaving room to loosen the nut once the bolt is heated.
Insert the bolt heater into the hole in the top of the nut into the bolt.
Turn on the bolt heater, the bolt will be heated to expand the tension off the stud and washer. Use a timer to time ho
long it takes to expand the stud to remove the nut.
Use minimal force on the wrench to loosen the nut off the stud a minmum of 1/4 turn. As soon as the nut is loosene
turn off the heater and remove.
If the nut does not come loose after having the stud heater on for the time recorded from previous studs it may be
necessary to heat the nut off the stud. Either using induction or Oxy/Acetylene processes.
Inform your supervisor if bolting is not coming loose with the methods mentioned above
Continue loosening the 10 casing bolts (Item 7)
Using a 65 mm spanner, loosen and remove the two cat-foot bolts, store washers and bolting in the proper place
Drawing Number Reference Procedures Planning Lead Responsibility

769-12538 MCO-I Millwright

MCO-I Millwright

MCO-I Millwright

MCO-I Millwright

Drawing Number Reference Procedures Planning Lead Responsibility


Millwright
Millwright
Millwright

Millwright
MCO-I Millwright
Hand Tools Special Tools
PPE
Description Size Q'ty Serial No.

Heat-resistant Socket_mm 110mm 1


gloves
Spanner_mm 65mm 1

Spanner_mm 40mm 1

Socket_mm 34mm 1

Hand Tools Special Tools


PPE
Description Size Q'ty Serial No.
Socket_mm 64mm 1
Special Tools
Tool Description Q'ty

Stud Heater 1

Special Tools
Tool Description Q'ty
TA-34 Complete
CASING BOLT TIGHTENING
Be sure all studs are clean. Apply anti-seize on the studs and inner portion of the bottom half of nuts (Cap and Hex)

Bolting to be tightened starting from the steam end and working toward the exhaust end, it's best to be tightening bolting on b

Install high pressure and medium pressure cap nuts on the respective studs
Install the low pressure hex nuts on the exhaust end studs
Torque high pressure and medium pressure cap nuts to the 205 kgf-m (1482 ft/lb)
Using a 6' torque wrench torque the low pressure hex nuts to 50 kgf-m (362 ft-lb)

Mark the cap nut at the corner of the nut flats with a paint pen and carry this mark down to the turbine case. Using a tape mea
measure 7 3/8" around the circumference of the nut and mark the point on the turbine casing. Once the stud has been heated
proper stretch, using a hy-tork wrench turn the nut until the two lines match. **These studs will require the use of stud heate

Mark the cap nut at the corner of the nut flats with a paint pen and carry this mark down to the turbine case. Using a tape mea
measure 7" around the circumference of the nut and mark the point on the turbine casing. Using a hy-tork wrench turn the nu

Using a 6' torque wrench torque the low pressure hex nuts to 75 kgf-m (542 ft-lb), perform another torque pass at 100 kgf-m (7
pass at 100 kgf-m (723 ft-lb)
Drawing Hand Tools Special Tools
Reference Procedures
Planning
Number Lead Responsibility PPE Description Size Q'ty Serial No.
Tool Description
Special Tools
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