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American Institute for Steel Construction AISC

American Iron and Steel Institute AISI


American National Standards Institute ANSI
American Society for Testing Materials ASTM
American Society of Civil Engineer ASCE
American Society of Mechanical Engineers ASME
American Welding Society AWS
American Water Works Association AWWA
American Welding Society AWS
Building Code As per Abu Dhabi municipality requirements
Environmental Protection Agency EPA
Federal Environmental Agency of United Arab Emirates FEA
Heat Exchange Institute HEI
Hydraulic Institute Standards HIS
International Electrotechnical Commission IEC
Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers IEEE
Instrumentation, Systems, and Automation Society ISA
International Standards Organization ISO
National Electric Code NEC
National Fire Protection Agency NFPA
National Electric Manufacturers Association NEMA
Occupational Safety and Health Act OSHA
Pipe Fabricators Institute PFI
The Society for Protective Coating SSPC
Tubular Exchanger Manufacturers’ Association TEMA
Underwriters’ Laboratories UL
World Health Organization WHO
Abu Dhabi Water Quality Regulations ED/R01/001
Water Transmission Code As per TRANSCO
Water Distribution Code As per Distribution Company
TRANSCO Design Guideline and Standard Specifications
Department of Energy (formerly RSB) Water Quality Regulations Fourth Edition (2014)

All Material Test Certificate shall be as per ASTM standards


unicipality requirements
1. PACKAGING - OCEAN FREIGHT/LAND TRANSPORTATION
1.1 Machinery Boxes
Material shall be bundled, boxed or crated to a maximum weight per container of four (4) metric ton
After cleaning and preserving, all equipment shall be packed in waterproof paper lined export ty
shipping containers. Large pumps, compressors, and other heavy machinery that will not be damag
by water or exposure may be packed in open crates or semi-boxed. All openings of pipe, large valve
and machinery shall be protected by wooden or PVC covers or plugs, and the machined threads mu
be covered by caps or wrapping to protect against damage in transit.
(a) Up to 225 kg
Containers used for contents weighing no more than 225 kg shall be constructed with minimu
1" cleats and of nominal 1" lumber or equivalent plywood, and shall be strapped with two 3/
unannealed flat steel strapping secured with crimped steel seals.
(b) 225 kg to 500 kg
Containers used for contents weighing between 225 kg and 500 kg shall be constructed
nominal 1" lumber or equivalent and shall be modified to include a skid base of nominal
deck, nominal 2" x 4" lumber skids and minimum 2" x 4" frame members. Boxes shall
strapped with a minimum of two - 1-1/4" unannealed flat steel strapping secured with crimp
steel seals.
(c) 501 kg to 4 M.Tons
Containers used for contents weighing in excess of 500 kg shall have a skid-type base. The
skids shall be minimum nominal 3" x 4" or 4" x 4" lumber secured to headers with 1/2" machi
blots. The deck shall be of nominal 1" lumber or heavier. Framing members of the sides a
ends shall be of nominal 2" x 3" or heavier. The sheathing shall be of nominal 1" lumber
plywood equivalent. Top construction shall be of nominal 1" lumber with waterproof pap
liner supported by minimum 2" x 4" joists on edge, where the width of the case so requires, a
cleared to the sides. The corners of prefabricated panels shall be reinforced by the addition
1-1/4" steel straps where necessary.
(d) Over 4 M.Tons
Containers used for contents weighing more than 4 M.Tons shall be in accordance wi
specification set out at paragraph (c) above however the material used shall be altered as t
weight is increased.
Ventilation shall be provided in all shipping containers to permit free circulation of air by spacing
floor boards 1/4" to 3/8" apart and by drilling a cluster of holes in the sides of large cases upward fro
the outside at 45. These should be a minimum of five such holes 1/2" in diameter.
1.2 Skids
Heavy machinery shall be mounted and bolted to a skid of sufficient strength to provide support and
prevent distortion.
TABLE OF SKID SIZES
Gross load Max. skid Runner size
Weight (kg) Length (ft) (inches)
225-450 8’ 2x4
451-1,000 16’ 3x4
Weight (kg) Length (ft) (inches)
225-450 8’ 2x4
451-1,000 16’ 3x4
container of four (4) metric tons.
1.1 VENDOR shall use the following International Standard Symbols
erproof paper lined export type
following markings (as appropriate) to all four (4) sides:
hinery that will not be damaged
l openings of pipe, large valves, (a) This side up
and the machined threads must
(b) Fragile Goods
(c) Keep dry
(d) Protect from solar radiation
all be constructed with minimum
d shall be strapped with two 3/4" (e) Use no hooks
s.
(f) Centre of gravity
(g) Sling here
500 kg shall be constructed of
(h) Do not put sack trolley here
clude a skid base of nominal 1"
frame members. Boxes shall be (i) Clamp here
strapping secured with crimped (j) Maximum stack load
(k) Tight package (do not pierce)
(l) Admissible range of temperature
all have a skid-type base. These
red to headers with 1/2" machine (m) No fork-lifts here
aming members of the sides and If the Goods are dispatched in an unassembled state, VENDOR shall clearly and ind
hall be of nominal 1" lumber or with appropriate identification marks, comprising material and part numbers, which
" lumber with waterproof paper
width of the case so requires, and
be reinforced by the addition of

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ternational Standard Symbols and shall clearly apply the
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VENDOR shall clearly and indelibly mark such Goods


erial and part numbers, which shall also

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