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Dominion Transmission, Inc.

445 W. Main St.


Clarksburg, WV 26301
Engineering Services Department

Specification for
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
1. Introduction .......................................................................................................................... 5
2. General ................................................................................................................................. 6
2.1.

Codes&Standards........................................................................................................................6

2.2.

RequiredDesignData...................................................................................................................7

2.3.

MeterStationSizing......................................................................................................................7

2.4.

DrawingApprovals........................................................................................................................7

3. Meter Station Site ................................................................................................................ 8


3.1.

Locations.......................................................................................................................................8

3.2.

Structures......................................................................................................................................8

3.3.

Lighting........................................................................................................................................10

3.4.

Foundations................................................................................................................................10

4. Major Station Piping .......................................................................................................... 10


4.1.

MajorPiping................................................................................................................................10

4.2.

Headers.......................................................................................................................................11

4.3.

FlowControl&PressureRegulation...........................................................................................11

4.4.

MeterRunPiping&TubingConfigurations................................................................................13

5. Overpressure Protection ................................................................................................... 14


5.1.

General........................................................................................................................................14

5.2.

ReliefValvesasOverpressureProtection...................................................................................14

5.3.

PressureRegulatorsasOverpressureProtection.......................................................................14

6. Primary Measurement ....................................................................................................... 15


6.1.

UltrasonicMeters.......................................................................................................................15

6.2.

OrificeMeters.............................................................................................................................16

6.3.

TurbineMeters...........................................................................................................................16

6.4.

CoriolisMeters............................................................................................................................17

6.5.

PositiveDisplacementMeters....................................................................................................18

7. Secondary Measurement Devices .................................................................................... 20


7.1.

Transmitters................................................................................................................................20

8. Tertiary Measurement Device ........................................................................................... 22

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8.1.

InstallationCriteria......................................................................................................................22

8.2.

GasFlowComputer(GFC)Types.................................................................................................22

8.3.

EFMGrounding...........................................................................................................................22

8.4.

Isolation&IntrinsicallySafeWiring............................................................................................23

8.5.

Interfacing...................................................................................................................................23

8.6.

RemoteControl...........................................................................................................................24

8.7.

ElectronicRunSwitching............................................................................................................24

9. Tubing ................................................................................................................................. 25
9.1.

Size..............................................................................................................................................25

9.2.

Installation..................................................................................................................................25

9.3.

Material.......................................................................................................................................25

10. Gas Sampling ..................................................................................................................... 26


10.1. SamplerRequirements...............................................................................................................26
10.2. SampleProbe..............................................................................................................................26
11. Gas Chromatographs ........................................................................................................ 27
11.1. ChromatographLocationRequirements....................................................................................27
11.2. ChromatographInstallationRequirements................................................................................27
11.3. Tubing.........................................................................................................................................27
11.4. SampleProbe..............................................................................................................................28
12. Odorization ......................................................................................................................... 29
13. Gas Quality ......................................................................................................................... 29
14. Other Considerations ........................................................................................................ 30
14.1. FuelGas.......................................................................................................................................30
14.2. Dehydration................................................................................................................................30
14.3. Heating........................................................................................................................................30
14.4. FilterandSeparation...................................................................................................................30
15. Standard Wiring & Electrical Requirements ................................................................... 31
15.1. GeneralElectricRequirements...................................................................................................31
15.2. GeneralGroundingRequirements..............................................................................................32
15.3. ME&STypicalWiringTable.........................................................................................................33

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15.4. JunctionBoxes............................................................................................................................35
15.5. ME&STypicalTerminalStripLabelingTable...............................................................................36
16. Communication .................................................................................................................. 39
17. Integrity & Corrosion ......................................................................................................... 39
18. Standard Material Specification ....................................................................................... 40
19. Standard Drawings ............................................................................................................ 40
20. Waivers & Variances ......................................................................................................... 40
21. Appendices & Attachments........40

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1. Introduction
This document shall serve as the minimum specifications for the measurement and
regulation design requirements for facilities that are operated and/or maintained by
Dominion Transmission. The specifications shall apply to natural gas transmission pipeline
companies and all other parties that interconnect with Dominion Transmission pipelines and
related facilities.
It is required that all designs, drawings, and specifications be reviewed and approved by
Dominion Transmission prior to the commencement of fabrication and construction activities.
All requests for modification of the measurement facility design from this document must be
submitted in writing for review and approval by Dominion Transmissions Measurement
Engineering & Support engineers. Failure to obtain written approval for designs and
fabrication drawings will result in project delays.
This document will not supersede applicable safety, code, and other applicable standards
and recommendations. Given the rapid changes in technology and standards within the
natural gas industry, all parties shall verify and/or obtain the current version of this document
at the commencement of each project.
If an ME&S Design Package is provided for a particular project, the type, size and quantity
of equipment specified shall be required for the project. This document shall be used for
specific part numbers and equipment information, but not to substitute already specified
equipment.
Measurement, communication, and control questions and comments can be directed to the
Dominion Transmission Measurement Engineering & Support through the Dominion
Transmission Project Manager. All other concerns shall also be directed to the Dominion
Transmission Project Manager.

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2. General
2.1. Codes & Standards
2.1.1.

All Dominion Measurement and/or Regulation Facilities shall be designed


to comply with the latest edition of all applicable local, state, and federal
requirements. These requirements shall include, but are not limited to,
the latest edition of the following:
a.
b.
c.
d.
e.
f.
g.
h.
i.
j.
k.
l.
m.
n.
o.

American Gas Association (AGA)


American National Standards Institute (ANSI)
American Petroleum Institute (API)
American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME)
American Society for Testing and Materials (ASTM)
Code of Federal Regulations (CFR), Title 49, Part 192
Department of Transportation (DOT)
Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)
Gas Processors Association (GPA)
Manufacturers Standardization Society (MMS)
Minerals Management Services (MMS)
National Fire Protection Association (NFPA)
National Electric Code (NEC)
Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA)
Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration (PHMSA)

2.1.2.

All Dominion Measurement and/or Regulation Facilities shall be designed


to comply with the latest edition of all Dominion company standards. This
includes the Design and Construction Manual, Compliance Checklist, and
all application Dominion Specifications

2.1.3.

DTI reserves the right to visit, inspect, review, etc. any fabricators facility
to ensure that it can meet the necessary DTI requirements.

2.1.4.

Within 30 days of projected shipment, the fabricator shall notify DTI


Project Manager to allow for a factory acceptance of equipment.

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2.2. Required Design Data


2.2.1.

The ME&S design form, located in the appendix, details design data that
is required for each metering application.

2.3. Meter Station Sizing


2.3.1.

Measurement facilities shall be designed to accommodate all requested


and expected flow rates provided.

2.3.2.

Minimum flow rates are required to account for low-flow equipment and/or
applications. All fuel burning devices will require independent
measurement which includes, but is not limited to, all domestic, utility
and/or auxiliary fuel uses.

2.3.3.

Meter selection and sizing must be approved by Dominions Measurement


Engineering and Support (ME&S) Group

2.4. Drawing Approvals


2.4.1

Drawing approvals are required to be completed prior to construction. Any


material ordered prior to approvals is done so at the risk of the purchasing party.

2.4.2

All drawings shall be sent to the DTI Project Manager and approved by the
pertinent parties at DTI. These may include, but are not limited to:

a) Meter & Meter tube detailed piping drawing


b) Building drawings
c) Piping detail drawings including overheads and elevations for all piping owned or
operated by DTI.
d) Bill of Material
e) Electrical hazardous area classification map
f) Overall Site Layout including fencing, piping, buildings, roads, poles, antennas
and all other major facilities
g) Gate assembly including all piping, critical valves, measurement, and controls
h) P&ID
i) Electrical drawings including conduit layout, wiring schedule, and junction boxes
j) Grounding plan & details
k) Corrosion control plans & drawings
l) Equipment layouts to include equipment in the dekatherm building and
equipment associated with metering, controls, and gas quality.
m) Building foundation drawings

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3. Meter Station Site


3.1. Locations
3.1.1.

The measurement facility shall be located near a public road and have an
all weather access road. The facility shall be located as close to the DTI
pipeline rights-of-way as practical and allow sufficient access to the
pipeline. Measurement facilities shall not be constructed over the
pipeline. Measurement facilities not owned by DTI shall be located off of
DTI pipeline rights-of-way.

3.1.2.

The measurement facility area shall be sized for ease of access and
operation. Allowances shall be made to allow full size pickup truck access
between both any piping and building structures. A minimum of 10 feet is
required between fencing and/or piping. Noise concerns may require
larger locations. If facilities are to be located on fill material sonotube
piers shall not be used. In fill locations concrete beam piers shall be
required.

3.1.3.

A chain link fence meeting requirements of DTI drawing SF Z 3722A with


a minimum of one locking vehicle gate and two locking man gates shall be
erected around the measurement facility. One man gate shall be located
opposite the vehicle entrance and the other beside vehicle entrance.

3.1.4.

Signage identifying the facility name, operator and emergency phone


number shall be posted at a location visible upon approach from the
access road. All DTI security standards shall pertain.

3.1.5.

The area within the fence shall be kept vegetation free through the use of
ground cover, (i.e. ground stabilization fabric and gravel)

3.1.6.

Electrical power for each site is required to be purchased from the local
electric utility. Any other form of power for the site must be approved by
the DTI Project Manager, ME&S, Gas Control, and Operations.

3.2. Structures
3.2.1.

Consult field operations for structure requirements. Certain climatic


conditions may require unusual needs. Gas containing buildings shall be
of the walk through type.

3.2.2.

Buildings are defined as a fully enclosed structure. Shelters are defined


as a cover from weather.

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3.2.3.

Measurement facilities shall be installed inside a building where required


by DTI Operations or ME&S. If applicable, the ME&S Design Package
shall determine what facilities and/or equipment is to be installed inside a
building. If there is no ME&S Design Package provided, the buildings
constructed over primary devices shall be sized to protect all temperature
thermowells. Provisions shall be made to allow physical removal of the
primary device and piping for internal inspection. All gas venting devices
shall be piped to the outside, per DOT requirements.

3.2.4.

For meter tube maintenance building panels shall be designed to be


removable.

3.2.5.

If a building is required, specifications for metal buildings will be made


available. DTIs Specification 78 will be provided for Dekatherm/EGM
buildings and DTIs Specification 27 will be provided for Metering or
Regulation buildings.

3.2.6.

No flammable material shall be used in NEC Class 1, Division 1 and 2


structures or interiors. Building manufacturer is subject to inspection and
approval by DTI ME&S. Structures not meeting AGA XF0277 shall be
electrically classified as Class 1, Division 1.

3.2.7.

If required by Section 3.2.1, secondary measurement and control


equipment shall be protected under canopy, windbreak, or walk-in type
building which can be secured and protected

3.2.8.

Unless authorized in writing, any customer operated equipment, heaters,


regulators, controls, etc must reside outside the fence line surrounding the
metering facility operated by DTI.

3.2.9.

The Dekatherm building shall be temperature controlled by means of


HVAC and contain the gas flow computer, gas chromatograph controller,
and any other analytical equipment not suited for installation in the
metering building.

3.2.10. All structure drawings to be approved by DTI ME&S prior to construction.


3.2.11. Dual classification buildings will be considered for use on a case-by-case
basis. Area classification drawings will be required in addition to structural
and layout drawings. Detailed requirements are available in Specification
78.

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3.3. Lighting
3.3.1.

There shall be a minimum of one outdoor light installed on each building


at an M&R station. Larger quantities may be required based on site
conditions.

3.3.2.

Exterior lights are to be wired such that a photoelectric sensor on the


dekatherm building controls all exterior lighting.

3.4. Foundations
3.4.1.

Refer to Section 21.3 of this specification for standard foundation


drawings for metering facilities.

4. Major Station Piping


4.1. Major Piping
4.1.1.

Station piping shall be designed to the following maximum velocity


specifications:
New Stations
Upgrade to Existing Stations
Meter Tube

4.1.2.

Wall Thickness (In.)


0.218 Sch. 80
0.203 Sch. 40
0.216 Sch. 40
0.226 Sch. 40
0.237 Sch. 40
0.280 Sch. 40
0.322 Sch. 40
0.365 Sch. 40
0.375

Threaded piping will only be allowed for above ground applications and on
piping 2-inches or smaller. All threaded pipe must adhere to DTIs pipe
threading procedure. Contact DTI Project Manager for latest edition.

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Velocity (ft/s)
50
83
60

Station piping shall be designed to the following minimum wall thickness:


Nominal Diameter (In.)
2
2
3
3
4
6
8
10
12 thru 24

4.1.3.

Velocity (ft/m)
3,000
5,000
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4.1.4.

All station piping will be pressure tested to 1.5 times its MAOP in
accordance with Dominion SOP 290 and DOT 49 CFR 192. At no time will
the pressure rating of the weakest component be exceeded.

4.1.5.

Meter runs will have upstream and downstream isolation valves. The
valves used should be full open ball valves. When available, inspection
tees shall be installed upstream and downstream from the meter run.

4.1.6.

All API-5L pipe must conform to the PSL2 requirements noted in API-5L.

4.2. Headers
4.2.1.

Extruded headers are to be used when practical. Extruded headers are to


meet the requirements of Section IV, Paragraph 4.5 of the Manual of
Design and Construction Procedures.

4.2.2.

Headers will be installed underground for noise reduction; headers can be


installed above ground when skid mounted units are utilized. Underground
headers will be designed with drainage in mind; utilizing a stinger.

4.2.3.

When run staging is required to allow for greater range-ability in the


measurement, a header must be used.

4.2.4.

When regulation is located immediately downstream from measurement,


a header must be utilized between the meter and regulation to reduce
pulsation and ultrasonic noise

4.2.5.

The following table will be used to determine the size of the header. The
distance between runs is measured from center to center.
Meter
Tube Size

Number of Meter Runs


3
4
5

2
4
6
8
10
12
16

4
6
12
16
20
24
30

6
8
16
20
24
30
36

24
30
36
42

42
48

Distance
Between Runs
3 ft
4 ft
5 ft
5 ft
6 ft
6 ft
7 ft

4.3. Flow Control & Pressure Regulation


4.3.1.

Pressure regulation and/or flow control valves shall be installed


downstream of the meter run isolation valve(s) and/or header. Piping is
required between the metering and regulation and/or flow control valves to

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minimize acoustic error effects on the metering equipment. When


ultrasonic noise is anticipated, consult Measurement Engineering &
Support for recommended piping configurations.
4.3.2.

Regulators and control valves shall be sized to handle the expected range
of flows and the expected range of pressures at 10% and 90% of valve
travel. If this condition cannot be met, additional control valves must be
added using split ranged control.

4.3.3.

DTI Project manager to verify, in writing, the failing position of the control
valves, e.g., fail-open, fail-closed, fail-last-position

4.3.4.

DTI Project manager to verify, in writing, the required type of remote


control (see Section 8.6 Remote Control).

4.3.5.

Noise prediction methods shall be based on ISA Standard S75.17. If


noise levels exceed local, state, or federal requirements, adequate
measures shall be taken to attenuate such noise to the acceptable level.
For above ground piping, the predicted SPL shall not exceed 85 dBA

4.3.6.

Upstream and downstream piping shall be of the same diameter or larger


than all control valves and regulators with swages installed adjacent to the
valve. A minimum of seven nominal pipe diameters of straight pipe shall
be installed upstream and downstream of the control valve.

4.3.7.

Isolation full-opening ball valves with locking provisions shall be installed


upstream and downstream of all regulator and control valve runs

4.3.8.

Both a bleed valve and blow-down valve shall be installed between the
regulator/control valve and any isolation valve, upstream or downstream.
Bleed valves shall be installed within any section which may be isolated.
Blow-down valve shall be piped outside of regulation building

4.3.9.

A bypass shall be installed around all regulators and control valve runs
unless two or more are installed in parallel. Taps shall be provided on the
bypass for pressure sensing and instrument supply/power gas. Locking
devices shall be installed on all bypass valves

4.3.10. Operating temperature range shall be considered. If necessary, adequate


heating facilities shall be installed to prevent regulator freezing or other
control issues. Each high-pressure instrument supply line requires
approved heater
4.3.11. Flow control and pressure regulation systems shall have filtered and dried
sources of instrument supply/power gas

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4.3.12. Each pressure control device shall have independent sensing lines
located downstream of downstream isolation valves
4.3.13. At measurement facilities utilizing flow control or pressure regulation that
require positive shut-off, a ball valve and actuator shall be installed.
Typically, this valve and actuator will be installed on the first meter run
4.3.14. When multiple control valves are present or multiple input signals to a
single control valve, then an independent inst. supply is required for each
device.
4.4. Meter Run Piping & Tubing Configurations
4.4.1.

All meters must have a bypass unless otherwise approved by Dominion


Measurement Engineering & Support. This bypass can be a piece of pipe
comparable in flow ability to the adjacent meter. If multiple meter runs are
required, no bypass will be required (does not include low-flow
measurement).

4.4.2.

All meter must have a blowdown port; per the drawing. If the meter run in
located inside a building, the port should be vented outside.

4.4.3.

All meters will have direct mount pressure transducers. Other applications
will be required to be approved in writing from ME&S.

4.4.4.

All meter designs will follow the standard meter drawings located in the
drawings section of this specification.

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5. Overpressure Protection
5.1. General
5.1.1.

Overpressure protection is required anywhere there is a mismatch in


MAOP and/or per the requirements of CFR 192. Overpressure protection
can be in the form of a combination of regulators and relief valves, or
high-pressure shutdowns at the compressors and relief valves, or a
monitor set of regulation.

5.1.2.

For connections coming onto DTIs system, there shall be no mismatch of


MAOP across the M&R Facility, unless otherwise specified in the
operating agreement.

5.1.3.

If freezing is a concern, an approved heater shall be required.

5.2. Relief Valves as Overpressure Protection


5.2.1.

If relief valves are specified for overpressure protection, they shall be


installed at the inlet of the M&R facility before measurement.

5.2.2.

Relief valve(s) installed for over-pressure protection will be set at a


pressure designated by DTI Project Manager.

5.2.3.

Only relief valves approved by DTI shall be utilized.

5.2.4.

The relief valve(s) will be installed on a lockable full port isolation valve
with test connections located between the isolation valve and relief valve

5.2.5.

Relief valve(s) will include a vent per DOT requirements with a rain cap on
the outlet of each vent

5.3. Pressure Regulators as Overpressure Protection


5.3.1.

The monitor and worker regulators valves will each have a sensing line
and tap that is independent of the other. Both located downstream a
minimum of 8 to 10 pipe diameters from the outlet of the last regulator in
the series and outside downstream isolation valve.

5.3.2.

Each sensing and supply line shall be installed with a lockable full port
isolation valve.

5.3.3.

The use of fail open or fail closed will have to be determined on a caseby-case basis. DTI Project manager to verify, in writing, fail-open, failclosed or fail-last-position.

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6. Primary Measurement
6.1. Ultrasonic Meters
6.1.1.

At a minimum, the Ultrasonic Meter (USM) and associated meter tube


specifications shall adhere to the latest edition of AGA Report No. 9,
Measurement of Gas by Multipath Ultrasonic Meters and Dominions
Standard Ultrasonic Meter Procurement Drawing.

6.1.2.

The USM type and nominal tube size shall be approved by Dominions
Measurement Engineering and Support (ME&S) Group. The design shall
be based on the following criteria:

6.1.2.1.

Maximum Meter Capacity: A maximum design gas velocity of sixty (60)


feet per second (fps) will be used with the maximum peak hourly flow at
the minimum pressure at the meter

6.1.2.2.

Minimum Meter Capacity: A minimum design gas velocity of three (3) fps
will be used with the minimum peak hourly flow at the maximum pressure
at the meter.

6.1.3.

The pressure tap on the meter body shall be utilized for static pressure
readings.

6.1.4.

To minimize acoustic effects on measurement, flow control valves and/or


pressure regulation shall be downstream of the ultrasonic measurement.
A separate header is required downstream of measurement for the control
valves and/or regulation.

6.1.5.

Calibration Requirements

6.1.5.1.

All ultrasonic meter run assemblies shall be flow calibrated at a facility


approved by Dominions ME&S Group.

6.1.5.2.

Bidirectional ultrasonic meter run assemblies shall be flow calibrated in


both directions.

6.1.5.3.

During the flow calibration, the ultrasonic meter run assembly shall
include all upstream and downstream piping, fittings, flow conditioner(s),
spacer plates and thermowells. Once calibrated, the meter run assembly
shall not be disassembled without written permission by Dominion
Transmissions Measurement Engineering & Support engineers.

6.1.5.4.

The calibration shall consist of a minimum of eight test flow points and
three verification flow points. Unless otherwise specified by Dominions
ME&S Group upon request, the flow points shall be, as close as possible,

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to 1, 3, 10, 20, 30, 60, 80, and 100 fps. Verification points shall be, as
close as possible, to 3, 30, 60 fps.
6.1.5.5.

A flow calibration certification report shall be provided by the flow


calibration facility. The certification report shall include:

6.1.5.5.1.

All data points tested

6.1.5.5.2.

Configuration files from the meter showing as found and as left


configurations

6.1.5.5.3.

A summary of the calibration findings stating the maximum error,


offset, linearity, repeatability, resolution, zero flow reading, etc.

6.1.6.

Three sets of complete documentation shall be provided in hardcopy. The


same document set shall be provided electronically. This documentation
shall include: fabrication records and drawings, flow calibration
certification and records, user manuals, etc. Two sets shall be provided to
the ME&S Group and one set shall be provided to Project Management

6.2. Orifice Meters


6.2.1.

At a minimum, Orifice Meters and associated meter tube specifications


shall adhere to the latest edition of AGA Report No. 3, Orifice Metering of
Natural Gas and Other Related Hydrocarbon Fluids and Dominions
Standard Orifice Meter Procurement Drawing

6.2.2.

The Orifice Meter type and nominal tube size shall be approved by
Dominions Measurement Engineering and Support (ME&S) Group. The
design shall be based on the following criteria:

6.2.2.1.

Maximum Meter Capacity: A maximum design pressure differential of


one-hundred (100) inches of water column will be used with the maximum
peak hourly flow at the minimum pressure at the meter. The maximum
allowed beta ratio shall be 0.6.

6.2.2.2.

Minimum Meter Capacity: A minimum design pressure differential of ten


(10) inches of water column will be used with the minimum peak hourly
flow at the maximum pressure at the meter. The minimum allowed beta
ratio shall be 0.2

6.3. Turbine Meters


6.3.1.

At a minimum, Turbine Meters and associated meter tube specifications


shall adhere to the latest edition of AGA Report No. 7, Measurement of

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Natural Gas by Turbine Meters and Dominions Standard Turbine Meter


Procurement Drawing.
6.3.2.

The Turbine Meter type and nominal tube size shall be approved by
Dominions Measurement Engineering and Support (ME&S) Group. The
design shall be based on the following criteria:

6.3.2.1.

Maximum Meter Capacity: The maximum peak hourly flow at the


minimum pressure located at the meter; in accordance with the
Manufacturers published data.

6.3.2.2.

Minimum Meter Capacity: The minimum peak hourly flow at the maximum
pressure located at the meter; in accordance with the Manufacturers
published data.

6.3.2.3.

Turbine meters are required to be calibrated by the manufacturer at both


atmospheric pressure and the designed operating pressure. The
Calibration sheets must be located on-site with the meter.

6.3.2.4.

Turbine meters smaller than four (4) inches shall not be used.

6.3.2.5.

Auto-Adjust Turbine Meters shall be used only for 4-inch, 6-inch, 8-inch
and 12-inch applications. High-capacity AAT Meters are not acceptable.

6.3.2.6.

Automatic oilers will be used for Turbine Meters when applicable

6.3.2.7.

The pressure tap on the meter body shall be utilized for static pressure
readings.

6.4. Coriolis Meters


6.4.1.

At a minimum, Coriolis Meters and associated meter tube specifications


shall adhere to the latest edition of AGA Report No. 11, Measurement of
Natural Gas by Coriolis Meters and Dominions Standard Coriolis Meter
Procurement Drawing.

6.4.2.

The type, quantity, and size shall be approved by Dominions ME&S


group.

6.4.3.

Pressure transmitter connections, test wells, and sample probes shall be


installed upstream of the Coriolis meter.

6.4.4.

The integral RTD on the Coriolis meter may be used for temperature
measurement.

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6.4.5.

Provisions shall be made to ensure any natural gas used in sonic nozzle
testing can be vented outside of the meter building.

6.4.6.

Coriolis meters shall be installed in buildings such that removal and


installation does not require any disassembly of the meter building.

6.4.7.

ME&S shall be consulted for the orientation of the Coriolis meter.

6.5. Positive Displacement Meters


6.5.1.

Rotary Meters

6.5.1.1.

At a minimum, Rotary Meters and associated meter tube specifications


shall adhere to the latest edition of Dominions Standard Rotary Meter
Procurement Drawing.

6.5.1.2.

The Rotary Meter type and nominal tube size shall be approved by
Dominions Measurement Engineering and Support (ME&S) Group. The
design shall be based on the following criteria:

6.5.1.2.1.

Maximum Meter Capacity: The maximum peak hourly flow at the


minimum pressure at the meter; in accordance with the
Manufacturers published data.

6.5.1.2.2.

Minimum Meter Capacity: The minimum peak hourly flow at the


maximum pressure at the meter; in accordance with the
Manufacturers published data.

6.5.1.3.

Rotary Meters will not normally be used, unless flow rates and pressure
make them a practical choice.

6.5.1.4.

The pressure tap on the meter body shall be utilized for static pressure
readings.

6.5.1.5.

Provisions must be made in the meter tube, or loop, for the meter to be
tested by either a critical flow prover or transfer prover. This will require
an upstream and downstream proving tap that is absent of any
obstructions, i.e., required restrictor plate. The proving section will also
be required to be purged prior to testing, therefore it is necessary that the
testing section incorporate valves for blow down and purge while the
bypass is operational.

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6.5.2.

Diaphragm Meters

6.5.2.1.

At a minimum, Diaphragm Meters and associated meter tube


specifications shall adhere to the latest edition of Dominions Standard
Diaphragm Meter Procurement Drawing.

6.5.2.2.

The Diaphragm Meter type and nominal tube size shall be approved by
Dominions Measurement Engineering and Support (ME&S) Group. The
design shall be based on the following criteria:

6.5.2.2.1.

Maximum Meter Capacity: The maximum peak hourly flow at the


minimum pressure at the meter; in accordance with the
Manufacturers published data.

6.5.2.2.2.

Minimum Meter Capacity: The minimum peak hourly flow at the


maximum pressure at the meter; in accordance with the
Manufacturers published data.

6.5.2.3.

Diaphragm Meters will not normally be used, unless flow rates and
pressure make them a practical choice.

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7. Secondary Measurement Devices


7.1. Transmitters
7.1.1.

Each primary measurement device shall have an approved static gauge


pressure and temperature transmitter. See approved list.

7.1.2.

Electrical conduit must be run in such a manner which will allow for easy
removal of individual transmitters for service repair

7.1.3.

A conduit seal is required at entry point of unclassified building, regardless


of the classification at the opposite end of the conduit

7.1.4.

Transmitters shall be direct-mounted to the orifice fitting. The orientation


of the transmitters shall be such that all access covers can be easily
removed without having to rearrange tubing or conduit.

7.1.5.

Transmitter tubing shall be isolated from the cathodic protection

7.1.6.

Tubing lines shall be adequately supported using stands or tubing trays


and kept to a minimum run length.

7.1.7.

Transmitter wiring shall be 18 AWG shielded twisted pair per ME&Ss


wiring schedule. The shield shall be grounded at GFC end only (see
Grounding section of this document).

7.1.8.

If the application is approved in writing, buried tubing must be rated for


underground installation and shall be continuous and without fittings.

7.1.9.

Isolation valves shall be provided at the metering taps and shall be full
opening ball valves

7.1.10. Pressure transmitters shall be installed with appropriate valving to allow


isolation and a valve for testing and venting
7.1.11. Temperature transmitters shall be mounted on the meter run and installed
with appropriate conduit unions that allow for easy removal. Flexible
conduit connectors to the temperature transmitter are required.
7.1.12. Antiseize shall be used on temperature transmitter RTD sensors to
prevent galling.

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7.1.13. Per the meter drawing, a thermometer well shall be installed and located
adjacent to the temperature transmitter thermowell for testing purposes
7.1.14. Approved Flow Computers that have integral transmitters, shall be
isolated from the meter run and sources of cathodic protection current
7.1.15. Installations must be compliant with all hazardous area classification
installation requirements.
7.1.16. DTI does not currently support the use of stand-alone multi-variable
transmitters.

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8. Tertiary Measurement Device


8.1. Installation Criteria
8.1.1.

This specification applies to both GFCs and electronic volume correctors


and shall be in compliance with API Manual of Petroleum Measurement
Standards Chapter 21 Section 1.

8.1.2.

All metering facilities, both delivery and receipt, require Electronic Flow
Measurement (EFM) equipment (see Approved EFM Equipment) with the
RTU having direct communications to DTIs SCADA system in Clarksburg,
WV prior to placing the facility into operation.

8.1.3.

GFC shall be specified by DTIs Measurement, Engineering and Support


Department (ME&S) and utilize DTIs proprietary flow measurement and
control application software that conforms to the latest AGA and API
standards.

8.1.4.

The installation of EFM equipment shall conform to DTI standards and


specifications. All drawings, schematics, and P&ID documents related to
electronic gas measurement and control must be approved by DTIs
Measurement, Engineering and Support department prior to the start of
construction. DTI reserves the right to approve the completed assemblies
at the fabricators facility prior to shipment to the location.

8.1.5.

Each M&R Facility will require remote shutoff capabilities. (see Section
8.6 - Remote Control)

8.1.6.

Approved battery back-up power shall be supplied to maintain the GFC for
a minimum of 72 hours.

8.2. Gas Flow Computer (GFC) Types


8.2.1.

DTIs Measurement Engineering & Support department will determine the


GFC type on a case by case basis from the list in the Approved
Measurement Operating Equipment section.

8.3. EFM Grounding


8.3.1.

The EFM system shall be electrically isolated from the pipeline and
cathodic protection and the resistance between the instrumentation and
earth ground shall be maintained at a maximum of 5 ohms.

8.3.2.

Drawings for a ground system layout and details are provided in this
document (DS-X7446J & DS-X7446K)

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8.3.3.

All wiring and terminations shall be done so as to not produce ground


loops of any type.

8.3.4.

All chassis grounds on the EFM equipment shall be isolated from any
metal support or structure (the use of nylon screws and washers are
acceptable)

8.3.5.

Power supply return shall be isolated from the power common to prevent
ground loops

8.3.6.

A copper ground buss bar shall be used and connected directly to the
grounding grid using #2/0 copper wire. All transmitter shields and GFC
chassis grounds shall be connected to this bus bar.

8.3.7.

The negative (ground) side of the 24 volt battery charger shall be


connected to the copper ground bus bar using #6 AWG copper wire. The
battery charger chassis ground and battery charger 24V RET should be
isolated internally.

8.4. Isolation & Intrinsically Safe Wiring


8.4.1.

Electronic equipment shall be isolated from the pipeline and be in


compliance with DOT 49 CFR Part 192. No insulating flange gaskets,
insulating tubing unions, or like devices shall be installed inside
measurement buildings that are classified hazardous area locations (NEC
Class 1, Division 1 or 2) unless arc suppression devices are properly
employed.

8.5. Interfacing
8.5.1.

All analog and/or digital signals to be shared from the RTU shall be
isolated by means of a signal isolation device provided by the requesting
party and approved by DTI.

8.5.2.

Any serial communication links to the EFM equipment shall be through a


read-only port and consist of an isolation device provided by the
requesting party and approved by DTI.

8.5.3.

The design for sharing any data is limited to information purposes only
and a separate, executed Data Sharing Agreement is required

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8.6. Remote Control


8.6.1.

On/Off Control

8.6.1.1.

On/Off Remote Control requires, at a minimum, control of an isolation


valve that will shut the flow of gas off at the facility.

8.6.1.2.

Actuator shall be from approved equipment list and a dual solenoid


fabrication is required.

8.6.1.3.

Independent opened and closed indications shall be utilized by the RTU


to detect valve position (opened, closed, transition, and failed).

8.6.2.
8.6.2.1.

Flow Control
The 6-30 psi output for valve control will be supplied by a Remote Set or
DVC (see Approved EFM Equipment) and controlled by the RTU utilizing
either a 4-20mA signal or two independent 24 Vdc discrete outputs, A 420 mA signal from the valve controller shall be utilized by the Flow
Computer to indicate position. Standard modes of control consist of
Pressure, Flow, Pressure with Flow Override, or Flow with Pressure
Override

8.7. Electronic Run-Switching


8.7.1.

Run-switching is On/Off Control that requires control of an isolation valve


that will shut the flow of gas off a secondary measurement run

8.7.2.

Actuator shall be from approved equipment list and a dual solenoid


fabrication is required

8.7.3.

Independent opened and closed indications shall be utilized by the RTU


to detect valve position (opened, closed, transition, and failed).

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9. Tubing
9.1. Size
9.1.1.

Unless granted waiver by DTI ME&S all measurement facility tubing shall
be as described in 9.1

9.1.2.

Where orifice meters are in use without direct mount manifolds the static
pressure tubing shall be 3/8-inch OD. Differential pressure tubing shall be
1/2-inch OD.

9.1.3.

All sensing and control tubing shall be 3/8-inch OD

9.1.4.

Gas Chromatograph tubing shall be 1/4-inch or 1/8-inch OD and


heatraced the entire length of the run, from probe outlet to Gas analyzing
equipment. This tubing shall be referred to as sample line. Diameter to
be determined by refresh rates.

9.2. Installation
9.2.1.

Underground gas chromatograph sample line shall be protected by


running through 4-in heavy wall PVC pipe. Any turns shall be made using
long radius or 45 degree fittings separated by 2 ft lengths of straight PVC.
No short radius elbows are permitted.

9.2.2.

Tube fittings shall be commensurate with tubing and suitable therewith.


Buried tube fittings are not permitted. Tubing must slope towards the
source. Preference is at least 1/4-inch per foot.

9.2.3.

Tubing shall be adequately supported by use of trays or clips and kept at


a minimum run length.

9.2.4.

Tubing requiring isolation from cathodic protection shall have electrically


insulated fittings

9.3. Material
9.3.1.

All tubing shall be .0035 wall thickness 316 SS seamless and fully
annealed, ASTM A-269, Specification for Seamless and Welded
Austenitic Stainless Steel Tubing for General Service

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10. Gas Sampling


10.1. Sampler Requirements
10.1.1. Composite samplers may only be used upon application review and
approval by DTI ME&S. Each application shall be reviewed on a case by
case basis.
10.1.2. A heated enclosure for the composite sampler shall be installed anywhere
ambient temperatures may be within 10 deg F of the hydrocarbon dew
point.
10.1.3. Sample lag-time should be kept to a minimum. Installations with longer
sample tubing runs will require a speed-loop. Determination of need will
be performed by DTI ME&S. Anywhere possible, sample tubing shall
slope towards the sample point
10.2. Sample Probe
10.2.1. Sample probes will be insertion type and filtered at the probe tip. Probes
will be on straight runs of pipe and inserted from the top into the least
turbulent flowing stream to a depth allowing samples to be taken from the
middle third of the stream. Located at the analyzer(s), sample streams
shall contain a liquid block type membrane filter per approved equipment
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11. Gas Chromatographs


11.1. Chromatograph Location Requirements
11.1.1. Unless specified elsewhere Gas Chromatographs shall be installed at
metering facilities designed for gas flow volumes of 1 mmscfd or greater.
Situations where compliance to gas quality standards or impact to pipeline
systems is a concern Gas Chromatographs may be required for design
volumes less than 1 mmscfd. Gas Chromatographs are required for all bidirectional custody transfer metering facilities and at metering locations
used for inter-company zone balancing.
11.2. Chromatograph Installation Requirements
11.2.1. Gas Chromatographs shall consist of an approved controller and
analyzer. Installation shall be in accordance with DTI standard
methodology. Each analyzer shall be on a dedicated AC circuit having
the ability to be de-energized at a switch or circuit breaker. No other
analyzer, heat trace etc shall share the analyzer circuit.
11.2.2. When in use calibration gas cylinders shall installed with a heating blanket
and kept insulated from the building floor. Calibration gas tubing run
between the calibration gas cylinder and analyzer shall be -inch 316 SS
seamless, insulated and heat traced.
11.3. Tubing
11.3.1. Sample lag-time should be kept to a minimum. Installations with longer
sample tubing runs will require a speed-loop. Determination of need will
be performed by DTI ME&S. Anywhere possible, sample tubing shall
slope towards the sample point.
11.3.2. Tubing valves installed in the sample stream tubing must be full port ball
type.
11.3.3. To reduce possible hydrocarbon condensation, sample stream tubing
shall be -inch diameter heat traced, per section 9 of this document.
11.3.4. All vent tubing shall be run to the exterior of the building and above the
eaves to meet, or exceed, any applicable codes and/or standards.
11.3.5. GC vent tubing shall be a minimum of -inch diameter. Separate vents
shall be provided for the measure and sample vents.

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11.4. Sample Probe


11.4.1. Sample probes will be insertion type and filtered at the probe tip. Probes
will be on straight runs of pipe and inserted from the top into the least
turbulent flowing stream to a depth allowing samples to be taken from the
middle third of the stream.
11.4.2. Located at the analyzer(s), sample streams shall contain a liquid block
type membrane filter per approved equipment list.

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12. Odorization
12.1. Odorization is not to be installed unless required to meet the CFR, Title 49, Part 192.
When installed, the following requirements must be met:
12.1.1. The odorant must enter the gas stream downstream of the measurement
and regulation.
12.1.2. Odorizing equipment should be located so as not to be in the prevailing
upwind position of any populated area, as practical. If not practical,
odorant shall be placed in separate building.
12.2. The measurement used to control any necessary odorization shall be reviewed and
approved by Dominions ME&S Group.
12.3. Dominion does not odorize natural gas for their customers.

13. Gas Quality


13.1. The quality of natural gas for facilities interconnecting with Dominion must comply with
the limitations and standards set forth by Dominions FERC Tariff.
13.2. On-line gas quality equipment shall be installed at all pipeline-to-pipeline transfer or
input facilities, including but not limited to producer interconnects, gathering systems,
receipt points, etc. Please consult Dominions ME&S Group for gas quality equipment
requirements that may include, but are not limited to:
13.2.1. Gas Chromatograph
13.2.2. Moisture Analyzer
13.2.3. Oxygen Analyzer
13.2.4. Hydrogen Sulfide Analyzer
13.3. Gas Quality Assurance Valves shall be installed at all producer interconnects and
receipts points. This automatic, or remotely operated, shut-in valve will be after
measurement and sample locations. A remotely operated station shut-in valve can
serve as the Gas Quality Assurance Valve.

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14. Other Considerations


The following equipment specifications are available upon request from the DTI
Project Manager. This equipment should be considered when designing a DTI M&R
Facility.
14.1. Fuel Gas
14.1.1.1.

Fuel gas tap locations shall be as described below:

14.1.1.1.1.
14.1.1.1.2.

DTI owned facilities Upstream of discharge metering.


Customer owned facilities Upstream of DTI receipt metering,
downstream of DTI delivery metering.

14.2. Dehydration
14.2.1.1.

14.2.1.2.

Metering facilities where dehydration systems are located upstream may


require a filter/separator to reduce liquid accumulation in the interconnect
piping. These cases will be review on a individual basis. Chloride
containing compounds cannot be used for removal of entrained water.
At all DTI receipt points instrument supply and fuel gas taps shall be
upstream metering.

14.3. Heating
14.3.1.1.

Gas heating equipment shall be located a minimum of 25 feet from Class


1 Division 2 area

14.3.1.2.

Heater fuel taps shall be

14.3.1.2.1.
14.3.1.2.2.

DTI owned facilities Upstream of delivery metering


Customer owned facilities Upstream of DTI receipt metering,
downstream of DTI delivery metering.

14.4. Filter and Separation


14.4.1.1.

At DTI receipt locations, filter separators with liquid level control shall be
installed upstream of metering facilities. If customer owned dehydration
and separation equipment is a significant distance from the receipt point
and pipeline drip or condensation is possible a filter separator will be
required at the inlet to the metering facility.

14.4.1.2.

DTI delivery facilities may require filter separator equipment. DTI or the
receiving company may make a determination during construction
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15. Standard Wiring & Electrical Requirements


15.1. General Electric Requirements
15.1.1. All electrical work shall conform to the latest revision of the National
Electric Code (NEC).
15.1.2. All work in explosion proof area to be installed to meet the latest revision
of the NEC.
15.1.3. An adequate power source must be available at the measurement site as
per 3.1.6. If the power source is deemed inadequate, or unreliable, DTI
retains the right to install a properly sized generator on-site for back-up
power generation.
15.1.4. A main power disconnect shall be installed prior to the breaker box at
each site such that DTI personnel have access to the disconnect.
15.1.5. All lighting, receptacles, exhaust fans, etc. in building to have #12 AWG
Ground.
15.1.6. Each meter building shall have, at a minimum, one (1) Class 1, Div. 1
rated receptacle installed.
15.1.7. All underground conduit to be PVC coated,, Pittsburgh Standard Conduit
Co. Plasti-Bond or Ocal Blue
15.1.8. All buried conduit to be buried 2'-0" below grade
15.1.9. All conduit leaving hazardous area to be sealed. The seal shall be the
first fitting out of the ground when the hazardous area boundary is at the
ground penetration.
15.1.10. Each device in a rated area shall be sealed per NEC requirements unless
the device is labeled as not requiring a seal.
15.1.11. PVC coated conduit to have coating extend a minimum of 4" above
concrete or grade.
15.1.12. All 3-wire to be stranded type MTW copper, 600 Volt rating. All others to
be type THWN copper, 600 Volt rated.
15.1.13. All flex connectors in Class 1, Div. 1 area to be type ECLK. All flex
connectors in Class 1, Div. 2 area to be Type LFMC.
15.1.14. For a Rotary Meter, the wires shall be ran to the Barrier in the Dekatherm
Building per the following information: Turck Barrier - IM1-22EX-T
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15.2. General Grounding Requirements


15.2.1. All below grade wire splices or taps shall be made using a cadweld or
equal process. Splices and taps shall be insulated by self-vulcanizing
rubber tape built-up to twice the original insulation thickness, then painted
using Skitchkote or equal, and finally coated with friction tape.
15.2.2.

Grounded cables shall be buried a minimum of 18 below grade

15.2.3. Main grounding grid to be #2/0 AWG stranded, green insulated


THHN/THWN
15.2.4. All ground wire bends shall be of sweeping radius to avoid sharp bends.
15.2.5. Ground wire turns shall follow main conduit runs. Ground wire may be
laid in the same trench as the conduit.
15.2.6. All ground rods to be 3/4" by 10 feet in length and constructed of
galvanized steel coated to a minimum of 10 mil.
15.2.7. Refer to drawings DS-X7446J & DS-X7446K in the drawings section of
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15.3. ME&S Typical Wiring Table


The following Typical Wiring Table should be considered a template. This table lists
most of the typical gas measurement devices found at DTI Measurement & Regulation
(M&R) and Compressor Stations. If a device listed is not on the required materials list
for a specific project, it should be disregarded. Also, if there are two (2) or more of a
certain device, the table will need to be multiplied by the number of devices.
Device
Desc.

Location*

Qty

Type/Size

Ins.

From

To

From

To

Ultrasonic
Meter
(USM)

Comm.

Shld

RGS

USM

M&R
Jnct. Box

M&R
Jnct. Box

Flow
Computer

USM

Ethernet

Shld

RGS

USM

USM

Shld

RGS

USM

M&R
Jnct. Box
M&R
Jnct. Box

M&R
Jnct. Box
M&R
Jnct. Box

Flow
Computer
Flow
Computer

USM

Pulse
Inputs /
Outputs
& Validity
Test
Cable

4pr Belden 1592A


#24 AWG, Twisted
(RS-232/485 in
meter head)
4pr Belden 1592A
#24 AWG, Twisted
1pr West Penn #293
#18 AWG, Twisted

Shld

RGS

Jnct. Box
@ Meter

M&R
Jnct. Box

M&R
Jnct. Box

Flow
Computer

USM

Shld

RGS

USM

Auto-Adjust
Turbine
Meter
(AAT)
AAT

4pr Belden 1592A


#24 AWG, Twisted
(1' wound in Jnct.
Box)
1pr West Penn #293
#18 AWG, Twisted
1pr West Penn #293
#18 AWG, Twisted

Shld

RGS

AAT

M&R
Jnct. Box
M&R
Jnct. Box

M&R
Jnct. Box
M&R
Jnct. Box

24V DC
Dist. Panel
Flow
Computer

4pr Belden 1592A


#24 AWG, Twisted
(1' wound in Jnct.
Box)
4pr Belden 1592A
#24 AWG, Twisted
(1' wound in Jnct.
Box)
1pr West Penn #293
#18 AWG, Twisted
4pr Belden 1592A
#24 AWG, Twisted
(1' wound in Jnct.
Box)
1pr West Penn #293
#18 AWG, Twisted
4pr Belden 1592A
#24 AWG, Twisted
(1' wound in Jnct.
Box)

Shld

RGS

Jnct. Box
@ Meter

M&R
Jnct. Box

M&R
Jnct. Box

Flow
Computer

Shld

RGS

Jnct. Box
@ Meter

M&R
Jnct. Box

M&R
Jnct. Box

Flow
Computer

Shld

RGS

Coriolis

Shld

RGS

Coriolis

M&R
Jnct. Box
M&R
Jnct. Box

M&R
Jnct. Box
M&R
Jnct. Box

Flow
Computer
Flow
Computer

Shld

RGS

Shld

RGS

Pulser @
Meter
Jnct. Box
@ Meter

M&R
Jnct. Box
M&R
Jnct. Box

M&R
Jnct. Box
M&R
Jnct. Box

Flow
Computer
Flow
Computer

Device
Type (Ea.)

Conductor/Wire

Cond
Type

DC
Power
Pulse
Inputs /
Outputs

1
4

Test
Cable

Orifice
Meter

Test
Cable

Coriolis
Meter
Coriolis
Meter

Pulse
Outputs
Test
Cable

Rotary
Meter
Rotary
Meter

IMAC
Pulser
Test
Cable

10

11
12

2
1

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Rev. Date

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#
13

Device
Type (Ea.)

Device
Desc.

Conductor/Wire
Qty

Type/Size

Ins.

1pr West Penn #293


#18 AWG, Twisted
4pr Belden 1592A
#24 AWG, Twisted
(1' wound in Jnct.
Box)
1pr West Penn #293
#18 AWG, Twisted
1pr West Penn #293
#18 AWG, Twisted
1pr West Penn #293
#18 AWG, Twisted
#10 AWG, THWN-2

Shld

RGS

Shld

RGS

Shld

RGS

Shld

RGS

Shld

RGS

Thwn-2

RGS

Shld

RGS

GC
Analyzer

Nickel
Plated

Sample
Loc.

Thwn-2

RGS

Blanket

4pr Belden 1592A


#24 AWG, Shielded,
Twisted
1pr West Penn #293
#18 AWG, Twisted

Shld

RGS

Jnct. Box
@ GC

GC
Controller

Shld

RGS

H2O
Analyzer

Flow
Computer

Diaphragm
Meter
Diaphragm
Meter

RVP
Pulser
Test
Cable

15

Transmitter

Pressure

16

Transmitter

Temp.

17

Transmitter

DP

18

Power to
GC

19

Gas
Chromatograph (GC)
GC

Comm.

20

GC

21

GC

22

GC

HeatTraced
Tubing
Cal. Gas
Heat
Blanket
Test
Cable

23

24

Moisture
Analyzer
(H2O)
H2O

25

14

Input /
Output

Location*

Cond
Type

3**

Belden
9947CMG15C22
15 Conductor
1
/4" Seamless SST
Self-Regulated 5W
Heat Traced Tubing
#12 AWG, THWN-2

From

To

From

To

Pulser @
Meter
Jnct. Box
@ Meter

M&R
Jnct. Box
M&R
Jnct. Box

M&R
Jnct. Box
M&R
Jnct. Box

Flow
Computer
Flow
Computer

Transmitter
Transmitter
Transmitter
GC
Analyzer

M&R
Jnct. Box
M&R
Jnct. Box
M&R
Jnct. Box
AC
Switch @
Analyzer
M&R
Jnct. Box

M&R
Jnct. Box
M&R
Jnct. Box
M&R
Jnct. Box
AC
Switch @
Analyzer
M&R
Jnct. Box

Flow
Computer
Flow
Computer
Flow
Computer
AC Panel

Power to
Analyzer

#12 AWG, THWN-2

Thwn-2

RGS

H2O
Analyzer

H2O

HeatTraced
Tubing

/4" Seamless SST


Self-Regulated 5W
Heat Traced Tubing

Nickel
Plated

26

H2O

Test
Cable

4pr Belden 1592A


#24 AWG, Twisted

Shld

RGS

27

Input /
Output

1pr West Penn #293


#18 AWG, Twisted

Shld

RGS

28

Oxygen
Analyzer
(O2)
O2

Sample
Loc.
(if diff.
from GC)
Jnct. Box
@
Analyzer
O2
Analyzer

Power to
Analyzer

#12 AWG, THWN-2

Thwn-2

RGS

O2
Analyzer

29

O2

HeatTraced
Tubing

/4" Seamless SST


Self-Regulated 5W
Heat Traced Tubing

Nickel
Plated

30

O2

Test
Cable

4pr Belden 1592A


#24 AWG, Twisted

Shld

RGS

31

Hydrogen
Sulfide
Analyzer
(H2S)

Input /
Output

1pr West Penn #293


#18 AWG, Twisted

Shld

RGS

Sample
Location
(if diff.
from GC)
Jnct. Box
@
Analyzer
Analyzer

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GC
Analyzer
AC
Switch @
Blanket

AC
Switch @
Analyzer

AC
Switch @
Blanket

AC
Switch @
Analyzer

Last Revised:
3/25/2013

AC Panel

AC PANEL

H2O
Analyzer

Flow
Computer
Flow
Computer
AC
Switch @
Analyzer

AC
Switch @
Analyzer

AC Panel

O2
Analyzer

Flow
Computer
Flow
Computer

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GC
Controller

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Stations

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Device
Type (Ea.)

Device
Desc.

Conductor/Wire

Location*

Qty

Type/Size

From

To

From

To

32

H2S

Power to
Analyzer

#12 AWG, THWN-2

Thwn-2

RGS

H2S
Analyzer

AC
Switch @
Analyzer

AC
Switch @
Analyzer

AC Panel

33

H2S

HeatTraced
Tubing

/4" Seamless SST


Self-Regulated 5W
Heat Traced Tubing

Nickel
Plated

34

H2S

Test
Cable

4pr Belden 1592A


#24 AWG, Twisted

Shld

RGS

35

Remote-Set
Regulator
I/P
Controller
ValveOperator
Building
Power
Spare
Conduit

Control

Shld

RGS

Control

Shld

RGS

Control

Shld

RGS

Power

TBD

1pr West Penn #293


#18 AWG, Twisted
1pr West Penn #293
#18 AWG, Twisted
1pr West Penn #294
#16 AWG, Twisted
#10 AWG

Sample
Location
(if diff.
from GC)
Jnct. Box
@
Analyzer
Remote
Set
I/P Cont.

Shld

RGS

n/a

RGS

36
37
38
39

Spare
Conduit

n/a

n/a

Ins.

Cond
Type

Valve
Operator
AC Panel

H2S
Analyzer

Flow
Computer
M&R
Jnct. Box
M&R
Jnct. Box
M&R
Jnct. Box

M&R
Jnct. Box
M&R
Jnct. Box
M&R
Jnct. Box

DTH
Building

Flow
Computer
Flow
Computer
Flow
Computer
M&R AC
Jnct. Box
M&R
Building

**Dual Channel: If a dual channel moisture analyzer is procured, then the quantity requirement changes
to six.

15.4. Junction Boxes


15.4.1. All junction boxes shall be located inside meter buildings.
15.4.2. MJB1 shall be at least 24x20x8. Larger sizes may be required
depending on equipment type and quantity for each project. Junction box
to be NEMA rated to provide a degree of protection against the ingress of
water.
15.4.3. MJB2 shall be at least 12x12x8. Larger sizes may be required
depending on total equipment required. Junction box to be NEMA rated
to provide a degree of protection against the ingress of water.
15.4.4. If a dual classification building is used, the wiring will be pulled from the
classified side to the unclassified side without passing through a J-box.
15.4.5. If the meter building and instrumentation is field installed, the junction
boxes may not be required. Consult ME&S for final determination.
15.4.6. The DIN rail mounted terminals of the same numbering to be located in
the Dekatherm building. All wiring from device to terminal to be labeled
with the terminal number. Spare cables may be labeled with an
independent cable number.

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Stations

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Rev. No.

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Rev. Date

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15.5. ME&S Typical Terminal Strip Labeling Table


The following Typical Terminal Strip Tables should be considered to be standard
numbering for new DTI M&R Stations. This table lists most of the typical gas
measurement devices found at DTI Measurement & Regulation (M&R) and Compressor
Stations. If a device listed is not on the required materials list for a specific project, it
should be disregarded. Also, if additional devices are needed, but not covered below,
then those terminals should be added and numbered in a similar fashion to the table
below.
MJB1 - DC only junction box inside the meter building. All wiring from device to
terminal to be labeled with the terminal number. If a cable is a spare, then it shall be
labeled at each end with a unique cable number.
#

4-20 Analog Terminal Strip


ATS1

101
102
103
104
105
106
107
108
109
110
111
112
113
114
115
116

Pressure Run 1 PR1


Pressure Run 1 PR1
Pressure Run 2 PR2
Pressure Run 2 PR2
Pressure Run 3 PR3
Pressure Run 3 PR3
Pressure Misc 1 PM1
Pressure Misc 1 PM1
Pressure Misc 2 PM2
Pressure Misc 2 PM2
Temperature Run1 TR1
Temperature Run1 TR1
Temperature Run 2 TR2
Temperature Run 2 TR2
Temperature Run 3 TR3
Temperature Run 3 TR3

GC Interconnect Term.
GCTS1
Function Code 1
Function Code 2
Function Code 4
Function Code 8
Function Code Strobe
Common Function Codes
Auto Zero
Preamp Gain Channel 1
Preamp Gain Channel 2
Preamp Gain Channel 3
Preamp Gain Channel 4
Common Preamp Gain
Alarm Function
Spare
Spare

11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25

#
+
+
+
+
+
+
+
+
-

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117
118
119
120
121
122
123
124
125
126
127
128
129
130
131
132
#
40
41
42
43
44
45
46

4-20 Analog Terminal Strip


ATS1
Temperature Misc 1 TM1
Temperature Misc 1 TM1
Temperature Misc 2 TM2
Temperature Misc 2 TM2
Moisture Analyzer 1 MA1
Moisture Analyzer 1 MA1
Oxygen Analyzer 1 OA1
Oxygen Analyzer 1 OA1
H2S Analyzer 1 HA1
H2S Analyzer 1 HA1
Spare
Spare
Spare
Spare
Spare
Spare
Ethernet RS-485
(Use RJ-45 Connectors)
Comm A
Comm B
Comm C
Comm D
Comm E
Comm F
Comm G

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#
80
81
82
83
84
85
86
87

#
+
+
+
+
+
-

133
134
135
136
137
138
139
140
141
142
143
144
145
146

4-20 Analog Terminal Strip


ATS1
Spare
Spare
Remote Set/I-P Feedback 1 FB1
Remote Set/I-P Feedback 1 FB1
Remote Set/I-P Feedback 2 FB2
Remote Set/I-P Feedback 2 FB2
Remote Set/I-P Feedback 3 FB3
Remote Set/I-P Feedback 3 FB3
I-P Control Signal 1 IP1
I-P Control Signal 1 IP1
I-P Control Signal 2 IP2
I-P Control Signal 2 IP2
I-P Control Signal 3 IP3
I-P Control Signal 3 IP3

Misc. Test Cables


(Label but do not wire to Terminal Block)
Belden 1592A (Meter)
Belden 1592A (Meter)
Belden 1592A (Meter)
Belden 1592A (Meter)
Belden 1592A (GC)
Belden 1592A (H2O)
Belden 1592A (O2)
Belden 1592A (H2S)

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+
+
+
+
+
+
+
-

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Stations

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52

Rev. No.

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Rev. Date

3/25/2013

MJB1 Continued
#
201
202
203
204
205
206
207
208
209
210
211
212
213
214
215
216
217
218
219
220
221
222
223
224
225
226
227
228
229
230
231
232
233
234
235
236
237
238
239
240
241
242
243
244
245
246

Digital Terminal Strip DTS1


Meter 1 Validity
Meter 1 Validity
Meter 2 Validity
Meter 2 Validity
Meter 3 Validity
Meter 3 Validity
Misc 4 Validity
Misc 4 Validity
Moisture Analyzer 1 Validity
Moisture Analyzer 1 Validity
Oxygen Analyzer 1 Validity
Oxygen Analyzer 1 Validity
H2S Analyzer 1 Validity
H2S Analyzer 1 Validity
Valve 1 Open Command V1OC
Valve 1 Open Command V1OC
Valve 1 Close Command V1CC
Valve 1 Close Command V1CC
Valve 2 Open Command V2OC
Valve 2 Open Command V2OC
Valve 2 Close Command V2CC
Valve 2 Close Command V2CC
Valve 3 Open Command V3OC
Valve 3 Open Command V3OC
Valve 3 Close Command V3CC
Valve 3 Close Command V3CC
Misc Valve Open Command MVOC
Misc Valve Open Command MVOC
Misc Valve Close Command MVCC
Misc Valve Close Command MVCC
Remote Set 1 Raise Command RS1R
Remote Set 1 Raise Command RS1R
Remote Set 1 Lower Command RS1L
Remote Set 1 Lower Command RS1L
Remote Set 2 Raise Command RS2R
Remote Set 2 Raise Command RS2R
Remote Set 2 Lower Command RS2L
Remote Set 2 Lower Command RS2L
Remote Set 3 Raise Command RS3R
Remote Set 3 Raise Command RS3R
Remote Set 3 Lower Command RS3L
Remote Set 3 Lower Command RS3L
Spare
Spare
Spare
Spare

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+
+
+
+
+
+
+
+
+
+
+
+
+
+
+
+
+
+
+
+
+
+
+
-

247
248
249
250
251
252
253
254
255
256
257
258
259
260
261
262
263
264
270
271
272
273
274
275
276
277
278
279
280
281
282
283
284

Digital Terminal Strip DTS1


Spare
Spare
Valve 1 Open Status V1OS
Valve 1 Open Status V1OS
Valve 1 Close Status V1CS
Valve 1 Close Status V1CS
Valve 2 Open Status V2OS
Valve 2 Open Status V2OS
Valve 2 Close Status V2CS
Valve 2 Close Status V2CS
Valve 3 Open Status V3OS
Valve 3 Open Status V3OS
Valve 3 Close Status V3CS
Valve 3 Close Status V3CS
Misc Valve Open Status MVOS
Misc Valve Open Status MVOS
Misc Valve Close Status MVCS
Misc Valve Close Status MVCS
24 VDC
24 VDC
24 VDC
24 VDC
24 VDC
24 VDC
24 VDC
24 VDC
24 VDC Return
24 VDC Return
24 VDC Return
24 VDC Return
24 VDC Return
24 VDC Return
24 VDC Return

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+
+
+
+
+
+
+
+
+
+
+
+
+
+
+
+
+
-

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MJB1 Continued
#
301
302
303
304
305
306
307

Frequency Output Terminal Strip FTS1


Meter 1 Frequency
+
Meter 1 Frequency
Meter 2 Frequency
+
Meter 2 Frequency
Meter 3 Frequency
+
Meter 3 Frequency
Meter 4 Frequency
+

#
308
309
310
311
312
313
314

Frequency Output Terminal Strip FTS1


Meter 4 Frequency
Meter 5 Frequency
+
Meter 5 Frequency
Meter 6 Frequency
+
Meter 6 Frequency
Meter Spare Frequency
+
Meter Spare Frequency
-

#
401-406
407-412
413-418
419-424
425-430

Misc. Comm. Cables (Used for USM RS232/485)


3PR Belden #1592A + 1PR Spare
3PR Belden #1592A + 1PR Spare
3PR Belden #1592A + 1PR Spare
3PR Belden #1592A + 1PR Spare
3PR Belden #1592A + 1PR Spare

MJB2 AC only Jnct. Box located inside meter building. Each device listed to be on its own
circuit breaker. All wiring from device to terminal to be labeled with the terminal
number.
#
500
501
502
503
504
505
506
507
508
509

AC Junction Box ACTS1


Line
Lighting Interior
Neutral
Line
Lighting Exterior
Neutral
Heat Trace Tubing Line
Neutral
Line
Heating Blanket
Neutral
Moisture Analyzer
Line
Neutral

#
510
511
512
513
514
515
516
517
518
519

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AC Junction Box ACTS1


Oxygen Analyzer
H2S Analyzer
Meter Building Receptacle(s)
Gas Chromatograph
A/C Heater

Last Revised:
3/25/2013

Line
Neutral
Line
Neutral
Line
Neutral
Line
Neutral
Line
Neutral

#
520
521
522
523
524
525
526
527
528
529

AC Junction Box ACTS1


Instrument Supply Heater
Spare
Spare
Spare
Spare

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Line
Neutral
Line
Neutral
Line
Neutral
Line
Neutral
Line
Neutral

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16. Communication
16.1. Communication requirements for each facility must be reviewed and approved by
Dominion Transmissions Communication Department.
16.2. This is a long lead item; proper provisions should be made as soon as practical.
16.3. There must be a 911 address assigned to the location before any communication
company will start their process. This is the responsibility of the owner of the facility.
16.4. Communication between the facilitys Flow Computer and the SCADA System in
Clarksburg, WV must be established and properly working prior to placing the facility
into operation.
16.5. Backup communications shall be an unpublished dial up phone line unless otherwise
approved by DTIs Communication Department.

17. Integrity & Corrosion


17.1. Pipeline Integrity and Corrosion requirements for each facility must be reviewed and
approved by Dominion Transmissions Pipeline Integrity Department.
17.2. Integrity and Corrosion requirements include, but are not limited to:
17.2.1. Atmospheric Corrosion (Painting)
17.2.2. Cathodic Protection
17.2.3. Coatings (Below Grade)
17.2.4. DC Voltage Gradient Surveys
17.2.5. AC Attenuation Surveys
17.3. All cathodic protection systems shall be designed by a NACE-certified Cathodic
Protection Specialist
17.4. All coating and painting application work shall be performed under the direct on-site
supervision and control of a NACE-certified Coating Inspector Level 1 (NACE CIP 1)
or equal to be approved in writing by Dominion Transmissions Pipeline Integrity
Department.
17.5. All cathodic protection installation work and ac mitigation installation work shall be
performed under the direct on-site supervision and control of a NACE Certified
Cathodic Protection Technician (NACE CP2) of higher.

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18. Standard Material Specification


18.1. Standard Material Specifications for Measurement and Regulation Facilities are
determined by Dominion Transmissions Measurement Engineering and Support
(ME&S) Department and are included in this document. Any deviation from the
standards set forth in this document requires written approval from ME&S.

19. Standard Drawings


19.1. Standard Drawings for Measurement and Regulation Facilities may be provided, by
request, by Dominion Transmissions Engineering Services or Measurement
Engineering and Support (ME&S) Department and are included in this document. Any
deviation from the standards drawings set forth in this document requires written
approval from ME&S

20. Waivers & Variances


20.1. Any requested waivers or deviation from the standards set forth in this document
requires written approval from Dominion Transmissions Measurement Engineering
and Support (ME&S) Department.
20.2. Any changes or modifications to existing measurement facilities shall be submitted, in
writing, for approval by ME&S prior to the start of any construction.
21. Appendices & Attachments
21.1. Approved Measurement Operating Equipment
21.2. Capacity Tables
21.3. Standard Drawings
a)
b)
c)
d)
e)
f)
g)
h)
i)
j)
k)

ME&S Minimum Meter Design Requirements & Design Form


Ultrasonic meter Procurement Drawings: DS-X1150 to DS-X1153
Orifice meter Procurement Drawings: DS-X1154 to DS-X1158
Turbine meter Procurement Drawings: DS-X1160 to DS-X1162
Coriolis meter Procurement Drawing: DS-X9758
Rotary meter Procurement Drawings: DS-W62A, DS-W62B, & DS-W62C
Foundation Drawings: DS-X7446H &
Grounding Drawings: DS-X7446J & DS-X7446K
Sampling System Drawing: MST-PNY-11_6-12766
Manifold Drawings: Dominion 5, 7, AK-002-HD, and M-617XDT
Fence Drawing: SF-Z3722A

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Specification

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52

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03

Date

3/25/2013

Approved Measurement Operating Equipment


Please note that equipment not shown or listed in the Equipment Specification section of this
specification is unacceptable for installation in a Dominion Transmission, Inc. owned or
operated facility. Any deviation from this list will require written approval from Dominions
Measurement Engineering and Support (ME&S) Department.
All purchases and specification of Meters (Section 1) shall be reviewed and approved by
DTIs Measurement Engineering and Support (ME&S) Group.

Table of Contents
MEASUREMENT

1.1.

4
4
4
4
5
5
5
5
6
6
7
7
7
7
7
7
7
7
7

1.1.1.
1.1.2.

1.2.
1.2.1.

1.3.
1.3.1.
1.3.2.

1.4.
1.4.1.

1.6.
1.6.2.
1.6.3.

1.7.
1.7.1.
1.7.2.
1.7.3.

1.8.
1.8.1.

Ultrasonic Meter (USM)


Daniel SeniorSonic Gas Flow Meter.
Sick Maihak FLOWSIC600 Gas Flow Meter

Turbine Meters
Sensus Auto-Adjust II Turbo Meter

Orifice Meter
Daniel Fittings
TMCO Fittings

Coriolis Meter
Emerson Micromotion

Rotary Meter
Pulser
Barrier

Diaphragm Meters
American Meter
Pulser
Barrier

Flow Conditioners
CPA 50e

INSTRUMENTATION
1.9.
1.9.1.
1.9.2.

1.10.
1.10.1.

1.11.
1.11.1.
1.11.2.
1.11.3.

Static Gauge Pressure Transmitter

8
8
8
9
9
9
9
10
10

Rosemount Model 3051CG-5-A-2-2-A-1-A-E5-B4-M5


Rosemount Model 3051CG-4-A-2-2-A-1-A-E5-B4-M5

Differential Pressure Transmitter


Rosemount Model 3051CD-2-A-2-2-A-1-A-E5-B4-M5

Temperature Transmitter
Rosemount Model 3144P-D1-A-1-E5-B4-M5
Rosemount Platinum RTD Model 0078-R-21-N-00-A-XXX-T22-E5
Rosemount Thermowell Model 0091-A-XXX-T22-T000-P-R23

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1.12.

Instrumentation Manifold System

1.12.1.
1.12.2.
1.12.3.

1.13.

10
10
11
11
11
11

PGI Direct Mount (for Daniel Ultrasonic Meters)


Remote Mount System (for Sick Ultrasonic Meters)
PGI Direct Mount (for Orifice Meters)

Gas Flow Computer (GFC)

1.13.1.

Bristol Babcock Control Wave Micro

CONTROL
1.14.
1.14.1.

1.15.
1.15.1.

1.16.
1.16.1.

1.17.
1.17.1.

1.18.
1.18.1.
1.18.2.

1.19.
1.19.1.

1.20.
1.20.1.

13

Operator/Actuator for Station Control

13
13
13
13
13
13
13
13
13
13
13
13
13
14
14

Shafer

Operator/Actuator for Run Switching


Shafer

Digital Valve Controllers


Fisher FIELDVUE DVC6200

Remote Set Regulators


Bristol Babcock

Pneumatic Valve Controller


Fisher Wizard
Pneumatic High-Pressure Select Relay

Instrument Supply System


Fisher 1367 Supply System

Relief Valves
Mercer 9500 Piloted Relief Valve

GASQUALITY

14

1.21.

14
14
14
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
16
16
16
16
16
16

1.21.1.
1.21.2.
1.21.3.
1.21.4.
1.21.5.

1.22.
1.22.1.
1.22.2.

1.23.
1.23.1.
1.23.2.
1.23.3.

1.24.
1.24.1.

1.25.
1.25.1.
1.25.2.

Gas Chromatograph
Daniel Danalyzer Model 570 Gas Chromatograph
Daniel Model 2350A Controller w/ Keypad
Helium Carrier Gas Regulator
Calibration Gas Regulator
Documentation:

Moisture Analyzers
SpectraSensors
General Electric (GE)

Oxygen Analyzers
SpectraSensors
Advanced Micro Instruments (AMI)
Calibration Gas Regulator

Hydrogen Sulfide Analyzers


SpectraSensors

Gas Sampling Equipment


Sampling Systems
Sample Probes

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HEATERS

17

1.26.

17
17

1.26.1.

Catalytic Heaters (if required)


Bruest

MISCELLANEOUS

17

1.27.

17
17
17
17

1.27.1.
1.27.2.
1.27.3.

Miscellaneous Equipment
Combustible Gas Detectors (if required)
Fire / Flame Detectors (if required)
Charger & Battery System

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Measurement
1.1. Ultrasonic Meter (USM)
Ultrasonic meters (USM)s are required to be flow calibrated as a complete meter run.
This includes, but is not limited to, the upstream and downstream sections, flow
conditioners, spacer plates, alignment dowels, temperature probes, gaskets, etc. as
described on the following DTI standard drawings:

DSX1150
DSX1151
DSX1152
DSX1153

600 ANSI Single Direction Ultrasonic Meter


600 ANSI Bidirectional Ultrasonic Meter
300 ANSI Single Direction Ultrasonic Meter
300 ANSI Bidirectional Ultrasonic Meter

The following USMs are approved by DTIs ME&S Group. Larger sizes may be
used with written approval from DTI.
1.1.1. Daniel SeniorSonic Gas Flow Meter.
Model Number 3400 Four-path (Eight Transducer) chordal design.
Approved for the following nominal sizes:
o 4-inch
o 6-inch
o 8-inch
o 10-inch
o 12-inch
Mark III electronics and no option board.
Meter Link software.
1.1.2. Sick Maihak FLOWSIC600 Gas Flow Meter
4-Path Model
2-Plex Model
Quattro Model
Approved for the following nominal sizes:
o 3-inch
o 4-inch
o 6-inch
o 8-inch
o 10-inch
o 12-inch
Extractable Transducers must be specified.
Latest edition of MEPAFLOW600 CBM.
Requires RS-485 to USB converter to be specified.
1.2. Turbine Meters
Turbine meters are required to be flow calibrated by Sensus at both atmospheric
pressure and the designed operating pressure. The certified calibration sheet must be
located on-site with the meter. Turbine meters shall be ordered as described on the
following DTI standard drawings:

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DSX1161 300 ANSI Auto-Adjust Turbine Ultrasonic Meter


DSX1162 600 ANSI Auto-Adjust Turbine Ultrasonic Meter

1.2.1. Sensus Auto-Adjust II Turbo Meter


o Approved for the following nominal sizes:
4-inch
Model AAT-18
6-inch
Model AAT-35
8-inch
Model AAT-60
12-inch
Model AAT-140

1.3. Orifice Meter


Orifice meters shall be ordered as described on the following DTI standard drawings:

DSX1154
DSX1155
DSX1156
DSX1157

600 ANSI Dual Chamber Orifice Meter


600 ANSI Single Chamber Orifice Meter
300 ANSI Dual Chamber Orifice Meter
300 ANSI Single Chamber Orifice Meter

1.3.1. Daniel Fittings


o Senior Fitting (2 12)
o Junior Fitting ( 10)
o Simplex Fitting (2 8)
o Approved for the following sizes:
2-inch
4-inch
6-inch
8-inch
10-inch
12-inch
1.3.2. TMCO Fittings
o Sureshot Dual Chamber (2 12)
o Sureshot Single Chamber (2 6)
o Approved for the following sizes:
2-inch
4-inch
6-inch
8-inch
10-inch
12-inch

* Orifice Plates shall be 304SS and per AGA-3 / API 14.3 standards and specifications.

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1.4. Coriolis Meter


All coriolis meters shall be installed such that the meter can be serviced and tested
while isolated from gas flow through a set of bypass valves. Metering packages shall
include test ports upstream and downstream of meter, within the isolation valves. See
procurement drawing in this document for specific requirements.
1.4.1. Emerson Micromotion
o Elite Series meter
o 2500 Series transmitter
o Factory calibration required
o Approved for the following sizes
1/2-inch
1-inch
2-inch
3-inch
4-inch
6-inch
1.4.1.1.

Coriolis Meter Model #CMFXXXM-XXX-N-2-B-A-E-Z-Z-Z


CMFXXXM=Size
Sensor as per application
XXX=Connections
ANSI Flanges per application
N=Case
Standard pressure containment
2=Electronics
4-wire integral processor
B=Conduit
1/2-inch NPT
A=Approvals
CSA (US and Canada)
E=Language
English
Z=Calibration
0.10% mass flow
Z=Software
No
Z=Factory options
Standard

1.4.1.2.

Coriolis Transmitter Model #2500-D-3-A-C-B-A-E-Z-C-Z


D=Mounting
4-wire remote 35mm DIN rail
3=Power
19.2 to 28.8 VDC
A=Conduit
No conduit connection
C=Output
One mA, Two configurable
B=Terminals
Screw terminals
A=Approvals
CSA (US and Canada)
E=Language
English
Z=Software Options1
Flow & density variables
C=Software Options2
Meter verification, structural integrity
Z=Factory Options
Standard

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1.6. Rotary Meter


All rotary meter sets shall be installed such that the meter can be serviced and tested
while isolated from gas flow through the sets bypass. Meter sets to include test ports
upstream and downstream of meter, within the isolation valves. Isolation and bypass
valves on meter set shall be double block and bleed. Restrictor plate shall be
installed downstream of meter isolation valves and bypass, such that it is restricting
both the bypass and metered throughput.
1.6.1. Dresser Roots
Series B3 Meters
Approved for the following sizes:
o 8C175
o 2M175
o 3M175
o 1M740
o 3M740
o 1M1480
o 3M1480
NO optional full capacity internal bypass.
Instrument drive
CD
CCW Rotation
1.6.2. Pulser
1.6.2.1. IMAC Pulser Required Pulsimatic 300-PF-100
1.6.3. Barrier
1.6.3.1. Turck Barrier Model IM1-22EX-T
1.7. Diaphragm Meters
All diaphragm meter sets shall be installed such that the meter can be serviced and
tested while isolated from gas flow through the sets bypass. Meter sets to include
test ports upstream and downstream of meter, within the isolation valves
1.7.1. American Meter
AC-250 10 PSIG Max Pressure
1.7.2. Pulser
1.7.2.1. American Meter Remote Volume Pulser (RVP) Required
1.7.3. Barrier
1.7.3.1. Turck Barrier Model IM1-22EX-T
1.8. Flow Conditioners
The following flow conditioner(s) shall be used where required by ME&S or as
specified on applicable drawings.
1.8.1. CPA 50e
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Instrumentation
1.9. Static Gauge Pressure Transmitter
1.9.1. Rosemount Model 3051CG-5-A-2-2-A-1-A-E5-B4-M5
(Typically Spanned to 0 1,000 PSIG)
3051CG = Model
5 = Pressure range (URL)
A = Output
2 = Materials of construction

2 = Isolating diaphragm
A = O-ring
1 = Fill fluid
A = Housing material
B4 = Mounting bracket
E5 = Hazardous locations certification
M5 = Display & Interface Options

Smart gauge pressure transmitter


0-2,000 psig
4-20 mADC with digital signal based
on Hart protocol
Coplanar process flange SST flange,
SST drain/vent, SST flange
adapters,
316L SST
Glass-filled TFE
Silicone
Polyurethane-covered aluminum
- 14 NPT conduit entry
Coplanar flange bracket for 2 in.
pipe, all SS
Factory Mutual (FM) explosion proof
LCD Display for Aluminum Housing

1.9.2. Rosemount Model 3051CG-4-A-2-2-A-1-A-E5-B4-M5


(Typically Spanned to 0 300 PSIG)
3051CG = Model
4 = Pressure range (URL)
A = Output
2 = Materials of construction

2 = Isolating diaphragm
A = O-ring
1 = Fill fluid
A = Housing material
B4 = Mounting bracket
E5 = Hazardous locations certification
M5 = Display & Interface Options

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Smart gauge pressure transmitter


0-300 psig
4-20 mADC with digital signal based
on Hart protocol
Coplanar process flange SST flange,
SST drain/vent, SST flange
adapters,
316L SST
Glass-filled TFE
Silicone
Polyurethane-covered aluminum
- 14 NPT conduit entry
Coplanar flange bracket for 2 in.
pipe, all SS
Factory Mutual (FM) explosion proof
LCD Display for Aluminum Housing

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1.10. Differential Pressure Transmitter


1.10.1.
Rosemount Model 3051CD-2-A-2-2-A-1-A-E5-B4-M5
(Typically Spanned to 0 100 Inches of W.C.)
3051CD = Model
2 = Pressure range (URL)
A = Output
2 = Materials of construction

2 = Isolating diaphragm
A = O-ring
1 = Fill fluid
A = Housing material
B4 = Mounting bracket
E5 = Hazardous locations certification
M5 = Display & Interface Options

Smart differential pressure


transmitter
0-250 inches W.C.
4-20 mADC with digital signal based
on Hart protocol
Coplanar process flange, SST
flange, SST drain/vent, SST flange
adapters
316L SST
Glass-filled TFE
Silicone
Polyurethane-covered aluminum
- 14 NPT conduit entry
Coplanar flange bracket for 2 in.
pipe, all SS
Factory Mutual (FM) explosion proof
LCD Display for Aluminum Housing

1.11. Temperature Transmitter


1.11.1.
Rosemount Model 3144P-D1-A-1-E5-B4-M5
(Typically Spanned 0 150F)
3144P = Model
D1 = Housing material
A = Output
1 = Measurement type configuration
B4 = Mounting bracket
E5 = Hazardous locations certification
M5 = Display & Interface Options

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Smart temperature transmitter


Dual compartment field mount
- 14 NPT conduit entry
4-20 mADC with HART digital signal
Single sensor input
Coplanar flange bracket for 2 in.
pipe, all SS
Factory Mutual (FM) explosion proof
LCD Display for Aluminum Housing

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1.11.2.

Rosemount Platinum RTD Model 0078-R-21-N-00-A-XXX-T22-E5


0078 = Model
R = Housing material
21 = RTD Element
N = Extension Type
00 = Extension Length
A = Thermowell material
XXX = Immersion length
T22 = Thermowell style
E5 = Hazardous locations certification
*B2 = Lead Wire Extensions

Platinum temperature sensor


WITH thermowell
Alu. Head, 6 Terminals, Flat Cover
Spring-loaded style
None
0.0 inches
Type 316 SST
See table below
Threaded, - 14 NPT, stepped
Factory Mutual (FM) explosion proof
Shielded Cable Lead Wire Ext.

*Required if the application has potential for vibration, is remote mounted, or by request.
1.11.3.
Rosemount Thermowell Model 0091-A-XXX-T22-T000-P-R23
(For Testing Purposes)
0091 = Model
A = Thermowell material
XXX = Immersion length
T22 = Thermowell style
000 Thermowell Lagging Length
P = Instrument Connection Thread
R23 = Options

XXX
020
030
040
050
060
070

Thermowell
Type 316 SST
See table below
Threaded, - 14 NPT, stepped
0 inches
-14 NPSM
Brass Plug with Chain

Insertion Length (inches)


2
3
4
5
6
7

Meter Tube Diameter (inches)


3&4
6
8
10
12
16

1.12. Instrumentation Manifold System


1.12.1.
PGI Direct Mount (for Daniel Ultrasonic Meters)
(Reference Drawing No. Dominion 5)
DTI Stock # 42199791
AK-079-LDV-MHW9 Stabilized Connector, Dielectric Isolation, SST Bolting.
M-905-SCT-MHW9 1 Valve Manifold, SST Body, Carbide Seat, Teflon
Pressure Core Stem Seal, Viton Seals, Std. SST Bolting
M-906-SCT-MHW9 2 Valve Manifold, SST Body, Carbide Seat, Teflon
Pressure Core Stern Seal, Viton Seals, Std. SST Bolding

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1.12.2.
Remote Mount System (for Sick Ultrasonic Meters)
(Reference Drawing No. M-617XDTr06)
DTI Stock # 42199790
M-617SDT
Body Material Stainless Steel - ASTM A479-316
For pipe mounts and brackets, please reference drawings number AK-002HDr07
1.12.3.
PGI Direct Mount (for Orifice Meters)
(Reference Drawing No. Dominion 7)
DTI Stock # 42199789
AK-024-CO-MNW9 Extended Length Stabilized Connector, Dielectric
Isolation, SST Bolting
M3-909SLT-WAW9 5 Valve Manifold, SST Body, Rylon Seat, Teflon Pressure
Core Stem Seal, 2.25 SST Bolting
AK-700SDT-WBW9 Static Adapter Plate, SST Body, Delrin Seat, Teflon
Pressure Core Stem Seal, 1.5 SST Bolting
AK-004-RO
Teflon Filler Kit (Standard), No Drill
AK-045-RO
Teflon Filler Kit (Optional), with 23/64 Drill
1.13. Gas Flow Computer (GFC)
1.13.1.
Bristol Babcock Control Wave Micro
Model numbers vary depending on application. A standard breakdown is
shown below:
No Control w/ HSC Board: 333010A320129121-ABABBBDEE6F1-D200
No Control w/o HSC Board: 33010A320129121-ABABBBDEE6AB-D200
Control w/ HSC Board:
333010A120129121ABABBBDEE6F100ABE6DEE6DE-D200
Control w/o HSC Board:
333010A120129121ABABBBDEE6AB00ABE6DEE6DE-D200
Standard I/O Designations:
AB = Analog Input Board
BB = Analog Output Board
DE = Digital Input Board
E6 = Digital Output Board
F1 = High Speed Counter (HSC) Board - used with UFM,
Turbine, Rotary, and Diaphragm measurement.
00 = No Board in Slot

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PSSM CPU COMM COMM


n/a
n/a
1
2
x
3 Port 4 Port 4 Port
x
3 Port 4 Port 4 Port

3
AI
AI

4
AI
AI

5
AO
AO

6
DI
DI

7
DO
DO

Flow
1

Pres 1 Pres 3 MCFD 1

Temp 1 Temp 3 MCFD 2

GC

Open

Busy

Open MCFD 3

Power

MCF 4

n/a

Open

MCF 5

Pres 2 Pres 4 MCFD 4

Temp 2 Temp 4

Pres 5

Pos. 1

Temp 5

Pos. 2

Freq 3
MCF 3

Charger
Fail

10
AI
AI

Freq 2
MCF 2

AC
3

9
Open
Open

Freq 1
MCF 1

Dir

8
HSC
AI

Open

Open

n/a

Open

MCF 6

Open

Open

n/a

Open

DTH 1

Open
Freq 4
Pres 6
n/a
Temp 6
n/a
Open
n/a

Pos. 3
Pos. 4
Pos. 5
Pos. 6

11
DO
DO

13
DO
DO

14
DI
DI

RSR 1 Tube 2

Valve 1

Valve 1

Open Opened

Open

Opened

RSR 1 Tube 2

Valve 1

Valve 1

Close

Closed

RSR 2 Tube 3

Valve 2

Valve 2

Open Opened

Open

Opened

RSR 2 Tube 3
Close Closed
RSR 3 Tube 4

Valve 2
Close
Valve 3

Valve 2
Closed
Valve 3

Open Opened

Open

Opened

RSR 3 Tube 4
Close Closed

Valve 3
Close

Valve 3
Closed

Valve 4

Valve 4

Open

Opened

Open

Valve 4
Close

Valve 4
Closed
SV 1

Close

12
DI
DI

Closed

Station RSR 4
Open

Open

Pres

Open

Open

Open

n/a

Open

DTH 2

n/a
Open

Ctrl RSR 4
Pres 2 Close

n/a

n/a

n/a

Open

DTH 3

n/a

n/a

Open

Open

Open

10

n/a

n/a

n/a

Open

DTH 4

n/a

n/a

Open

Open

Open

11

n/a

n/a

n/a

Open

DTH 5

n/a

n/a

Open

Open

12

n/a

n/a

n/a

Open

DTH 6

n/a

n/a

Open

Open

13

n/a

n/a

n/a

Open

n/a

n/a

Open

Inject

Tube 2

T Abnorm

n/a

n/a

n/a

T Abnorm

Open

n/a

n/a

n/a

n/a

n/a

n/a

3
16

n/a

n/a

n/a

Open

T Abnorm

GC
Busy

n/a

n/a

Open

Close

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SV 3

SV 4
Open

Tube 4

SV 2
Closed

Closed

Open

Withdraw

Tube 4
Flow Dir

Opened

Opened

Close

T Abnorm
n/a

Tube 3

SV 1
Closed
SV 2

SV 3

Open

2
15

Tube 2
Close
Tube 3

1
14

Open

Opened

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SV 4
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Control
1.14. Operator/Actuator for Station Control
1.14.1.
Shafer
a. Rotary Vane model
b. High Pressure Override
c. Double Acting
d. Open with command. Close with command.
e. Open limit switch. Close limit switch
1.15. Operator/Actuator for Run Switching
1.15.1.
Shafer
a. Rotary Vane or SHH model
b. Double Acting
c. Open with command. Close with command.
d. Open limit switch. Close limit switch.
1.16. Digital Valve Controllers
1.16.1.
Fisher FIELDVUE DVC6200
a. Exact Model Number TBD by actuator and valve selection
b. Requires: Dedicated 4-20mA position feedback option
1.17. Remote Set Regulators
1.17.1.
Bristol Babcock
a. Model 9110-00A-123-120
b. Raise/Lower Input, 24vDC
c. 6-30psi output
d. 4-20mA feedback
1.18. Pneumatic Valve Controller
1.18.1.
Fisher Wizard
a. Model 4195KB
b. Proportion control plus reset
1.18.2.
a.
b.
c.
d.

Pneumatic High-Pressure Select Relay


Fairchild Model 91
Mounting Bracket Kit #09921
NPT Pipe Size
200psig maximum signal pressure
Note: Inputs to the Select Relay will be the RSR/DVC and the pneumatic
controller. A check valve shall be installed in remote set regulator
tubing to prohibit potential damage in the event the pneumatic
controller is being utilized.

1.19. Instrument Supply System


1.19.1.
Fisher 1367 Supply System
a. Fisher 1301F

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i. Regulator and Relief


ii. Provides outlet pressure to 225psig
b. Fisher 67FR
i. Integrated low capacity relief

1.20. Relief Valves


1.20.1.
Mercer 9500 Piloted Relief Valve
a. Modulating type pilot
b. Rubber boot required on stack
1.20.2.

Mercer 9100 Spring Operated Valve


c. Rubber boot required on stack

Gas Quality
1.21. Gas Chromatograph
The Gas Chromatograph (GC) System includes all sections below. The GC is
required to be located in a Class 1/Div.2 location while the controller shall be installed
in an unclassified location, typically along with the gas flow computer (GFC).
1.21.1.

Daniel Danalyzer Model 570 Gas Chromatograph


4-minute, C6+ analysis
X* Sample Stream(s)
1 Calibration Stream
(All Streams to be installed by manufacturer)
Helium actuated pneumatic valves
C+ Repeatability OF +/- 0.5 BTU over ambient temperature range of 0130 F
g. Solenoid stream switching valves.
h. In-Line particulate filter for each stream.
i. All streams to have common sample flow control and indication.
j. Chromatograph analyzer designed to meet CLS 1, DIV. 1 GRP C & D,
UL, NEMA 7, 115 VAC +/- 15% 50/60HZ,
*The needed number of analysis streams plus 1 for future expansion.
a.
b.
c.
d.
e.
f.

1.21.2.
k.
l.
m.
n.
o.
p.
q.
r.
s.

Daniel Model 2350A Controller w/ Keypad


8 Analog inputs for single or dual detector inputs.
TCD, FID OR FPD. (4 Analogs per detector)
Two Analog 4-20 mA Outputs.
One GC common alarm optically isolated with transient protection.
5 Dry contact inputs, optically isolated with transient protection.
4 Serial communication ports, Field configurable as:
RS 232, RS 422, and RS 485 with Modbus ASCII OR TRU Versions
In Daniel 32 BIT register.
19" Rack mount for general purpose electrical classification area.

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t. MON diagnostic troubleshooting software for laptop use.


u. 115 VAC, 60 Hz
1.21.3.

Helium Carrier Gas Regulator


v. Swagelok model KCM1GGC412CD0G13. One required.

1.21.4.

Calibration Gas Regulator


w. Air Liquide Model Q1205B510. One Required

1.21.5.

Documentation:
x. Three sets of operators manuals required as noted:
y. One to remain onsite with equipment
z. Two to DTI engineering team

1.22. Moisture Analyzers


1.22.1.
SpectraSensors
a. Model SS500e
b. Single Stream 0-100 lb/mm (2110ppm) Range
c. SS Nema 4X Enclosure
d. 4-20mA Output
e. 100-250 VAC, 50-60Hz Power Supply
f. RS-232 & 4-Line Display
g. (requires regulated sample probe)
h. Calibration documentation to be included with unit
1.22.2.

General Electric (GE)


i. Model Aurora PN: H2O-1-1-1
j. Single Stream 0-212 lb/mm Range
k. Integrated Sample System
l. 100-240VAC equipped with 120VAC Heater
m. FM Certified for NEC Class, 1, Div. 1.
n. Calibration documentation to be included with unit

1.23. Oxygen Analyzers


1.23.1.
SpectraSensors
a. Model OXY4400
b. 0-1,000 ppm Range
c. Temperature Compensating Sensor
d. SS Nema 4X Enclosure
e. 4-20mA Output
f. 100/240 VAC, 50-60Hz Power Supply
1.23.2.

Advanced Micro Instruments (AMI)


g. Model 2010BR-AC-4-20mA-Heated-T2
h. 4-20mA Output
i. Explosion Proof Heater Option Required.
j. 120 VAC Power Supply
k. Class 1, Div 1 Enclosure.

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1.23.3.

Calibration Gas Regulator


l. Air Liquide Model Q1211A580

1.24. Hydrogen Sulfide Analyzers


1.24.1.
SpectraSensors
a. Model SS2100
b. 0-20ppm Range
c. SS Nema 4X Enclosure
d. 4-20mA Output
e. 100/240 VAC, 50-60Hz Power Supply
f. Calibration documentation to be included with unit
1.25. Gas Sampling Equipment
1.25.1.
Sampling Systems
(See DTI Standard Sample System Drawing in the drawing section of this
specification.)
a. Mustang Pony Sample Probe Enclosure
1. Part Number: Pony 1117
2. To be used with Genie Model GP2 Sample Probe shown below
b. Mustang P53 Sample Condition System
1. Part Number: P53 10508
c. Mustang Modular Analyzer Distribution Panel
1. Part Number: MMADP 16307
1.25.2.

Sample Probes
a. Genie Membrane Probe GP2 Sample Probe
1. Model Number per Pipeline Size below:
a. 2 3:
GPSD-206-SS-KT
b. 4 8:
GP2-206-SS-KT
c. 8 16:
GP2-206-SS-B-KT
d. 12 24:
GP2-206-SS-C-KT
b. Genie Membrane Probe Regulator (In-Line Regulated Sample Probe)
1. Model Number per Probe Length below:
a. 4:
GPR-206-SS-014
b. 7:
GPR-B-206-SS-014
c. 9:
GPR-C-206-SS-014
2. Membrane Probe Regulator with Housing (4) Housing is
NPT, Stainless Steel, 316 SS Diaphragm, Neoprene & Kalrez ORings, BTU Membrane
3. Regulator with 0-50 outlet pressure range & NPT
c. Genie Variable Depth In-Line Probe

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1. Model Number per Insertion Depth below:


a. 1 11:
701-176SS-2-11
b. >11:
701-176SS-3-XX (Specify Length in Inches)
2. Option 2: 316/316L Stainless Steel Probe w/ NPT Connection
3. Option 3: 316/316L Stainless Steel Probe w/ NPT Connection
4. Flow Restrictor (Required): Part # ACC-SS-4-SA-EA
d. Genie Probe Regulator Manifold Accessory
1. 0- 30 PSIG Gauge
2. 25 PSI pre-set relief valve
3. Ball Valve FNPT outlet port
e. Genie Secondary Sample In-Line Filter
1. Model 120-007-SS-LB
2. LB = Liquid Block Membrane Filter w/ Drain
Heaters
1.26. Catalytic Heaters (if required)
1.26.1.
Bruest
a. Freez-Fiter Plus
b. Model S1800 New 12 x 12 x 6 dual port enclosure
c. 120VAC
i. Requires separate circuit with lockable switch at device

Miscellaneous
1.27. Miscellaneous Equipment
1.27.1.
Combustible Gas Detectors (if required)
a. Detronics Gas Detector
i. Pointwatch combustible Gas Sensor
ii. Model PIR ECL A1A1W
iii. Part No. 007168-001
iv. 4-20mA output
1.27.2.
Fire / Flame Detectors (if required)
a. Detronics Fire Detector
i. Multi-Spectrum Fire / Flame Detector
ii. Model x3301
iii. Part No. 0
iv. 4-20mA output
1.27.3.
Charger & Battery System
a. Newmar Battery Charger
i. Model PT-24-20
ii. 120 VAC
iii. 24 VDC
iv. Negative Ground
v. Temperature Compensation
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b. Sealed Batteries
i. Model HR3000
ii. 12-Volt, 90 Amp Hours
iii. Cables
c. Battery Rack
i. For HR3000 Batteries
ii. 36x18x12
d. Relays
i. AC Alarm Relay: R02-11A10-120
ii. DC Alarm Relay: R02-11D10-24
iii. Relay Socket: R95-113
iv. Hoffman Box: ASE 6x6x4
e. Power Cord
i. Volex Power Cord
ii. For AC Alarm
f. DC Wiring Terminals
i. Phoenix Part# 3038642
g. AC Surge Protector
i. Model ISOBAR2-6
ii. For Newmar Charger

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ULTRASONIC METERS
The following chart shows the capacity of DTI approved Ultrasonic Meter (USM) sizes. The
throughput shown in the table is in million standard cubic feet per day (MMSCFD).

Nominal:
Pipe I.D.:
PSIG
50
100
150
200
250
300
350
400
450
500
550
600
650
700
750
800
850
900
950
1000
1050
1100
1150
1200
1250
1300
1350
1400

4"
4.026"
MIN
MAX
0.10
2.02
0.18
3.62
0.26
5.24
0.34
6.89
0.43
8.56
0.51
10.26
0.60
11.99
0.69
13.75
0.78
15.54
0.87
17.35
0.96
19.20
1.05
21.07
1.15
22.98
1.25
24.91
1.34
26.87
1.44
28.87
1.54
30.89
1.65
32.94
1.75
35.02
1.86
37.13
1.96
39.27
2.07
41.43
2.18
43.61
2.29
45.83
2.40
48.05
2.52
50.30
2.63
52.58
2.74
54.87

Approved Multipath Capacities (MMSCFD)


6"
8"
10"
6.065"
7.981"
10.020"
MIN
MAX
MIN
MAX
MIN
MAX
0.23
4.58
0.40
7.94
0.63
12.51
0.41
8.21
0.71
14.21
1.12
22.40
0.59
11.89
1.03
20.59
1.62
32.45
0.78
15.63
1.35
27.06
2.13
42.65
0.97
19.43
1.68
33.65
2.65
53.03
1.16
23.29
2.02
40.33
3.18
63.57
1.36
27.22
2.36
47.13
3.71
74.29
1.56
31.20
2.70
54.03
4.26
85.17
1.76
35.26
3.05
61.06
4.81
96.24
1.97
39.38
3.41
68.20
5.37
107.49
2.18
43.57
3.77
75.44
5.95
118.92
2.39
47.82
4.14
82.80
6.53
130.52
2.61
52.14
4.51
90.29
7.12
142.33
2.83
56.54
4.90
97.90
7.72
154.32
3.05
60.99
5.28
105.61
8.32
166.46
3.28
65.52
5.67
113.45
8.94
178.82
3.50
70.10
6.07
121.39
9.57
191.33
3.74
74.76
6.47
129.46
10.20
204.06
3.97
79.48
6.88
137.64
10.85
216.95
4.21
84.27
7.30
145.93
11.50
230.01
4.46
89.11
7.72
154.31
12.16
243.22
4.70
94.02
8.14
162.80
12.83
256.62
4.95
98.97
8.57
171.39
13.51
270.15
5.20
104.00
9.00
180.08
14.19
283.86
5.45
109.05
9.44
188.83
14.88
297.64
5.71
114.16
9.88
197.68
15.58
311.60
5.97
119.32
10.33
206.61
16.28
325.67
6.23
124.51
10.78
215.61
16.99
339.85

12"
11.938"
MIN
MAX
0.89
17.75
1.59
31.79
2.30
46.06
3.03
60.54
3.76
75.28
4.51
90.24
5.27
105.45
6.04
120.90
6.83
136.62
7.63
152.58
8.44
168.80
9.26
185.27
10.10
202.03
10.95
219.05
11.81
236.29
12.69
253.83
13.58
271.59
14.48
289.66
15.40
307.95
16.32
326.50
17.26
345.25
18.21
364.26
19.17
383.47
20.15
402.93
21.12
422.49
22.12
442.30
23.11
462.28
24.12
482.41

Notes:
1.
2.
3.
4.

Based on an atmospheric pressure of 14.4 psia, base pressure of 14.73 psia.


Based on a base and flowing temperature of 60F
Based on a specific gravity of 0.60 and zero (0) mole percent nitrogen and carbon dioxide
Min and Max volume is based off of flowing velocities of 3 fps and 60 fps, respectively

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ORIFICE METERS
The following chart shows the capacity of DTI approved orifice meter sizes. The throughput shown
in the table is in million standard cubic feet per day (MMSCFD).
2" Nominal Meter - Flow Rate (MSCFD)
Beta = 0.2
Beta = 0.6

3" Nominal Meter - Flow Rate (MSCFD)


Beta = 0.2
Beta = 0.6

Min Hw

Max Hw

Min Hw

Max Hw

Min Hw

Max Hw

Min Hw

Max Hw

PSIG

(10 In. H2O)

(100 In. H2O)

(10 In. H2O)

(100 In. H2O)

(10 In. H2O)

(100 In. H2O)

(10 In. H2O)

(100 In. H2O)

50
100
150
200
250
300
350
400
450
500
550
600
650
700
750
800
850
900
950
1000
1050
1100
1150
1200
1250
1300
1350
1400
1450

26
34
41
47
53
58
62
67
71
75
79
83
86
90
93
97
100
103
107
110
113
116
119
122
125
128
131
134
136

82
109
131
150
167
183
198
212
225
238
250
262
273
285
296
306
317
327
337
347
357
367
376
386
395
404
413
422
431

252
337
405
464
517
566
611
654
696
735
773
810
845
880
914
947
980
1,012
1,043
1,074
1,104
1,134
1,164
1,193
1,222
1,250
1,278
1,305
1,332

800
1,065
1,280
1,466
1,633
1,787
1,931
2,067
2,197
2,321
2,441
2,557
2,669
2,779
2,886
2,991
3,094
3,194
3,294
3,391
3,487
3,582
3,675
3,766
3,857
3,946
4,034
4,121
4,206

58
77
93
106
118
130
140
150
159
168
177
186
194
202
210
217
225
232
239
246
253
260
267
274
280
287
293
299
306

184
245
294
337
375
410
443
475
504
533
561
587
613
638
663
687
711
734
757
779
801
823
844
865
886
907
927
947
966

565
755
908
1,040
1,159
1,269
1,372
1,468
1,468
1,649
1,734
1,817
1,897
1,975
2,051
2,125
2,198
2,270
2,341
2,410
2,478
2,545
2,612
2,677
2,741
2,805
2,867
2,929
2,989

1,794
2,390
2,872
3,289
3,665
4,011
4,334
4,639
4,930
5,209
5,478
5,478
5,738
6,238
6,238
6,714
6,944
7,171
7,171
7,612
7,828
7,828
8,249
8,455
8,658
8,858
9,056
9,250
9,442

1. Calculations are for estimating purposes only. Use MeterCalc for more accurate calculations.
2. Design for lowest pressure at maximum flow rate. Design for maximum pressure at minimum flow
3.
4.
5.
6.

rate.
Differential shall not exceed maximum from AGA 3 Part 2 for Plate Thickness and Fitting
Design for 0.125" Plate Thickness and an Orifice Fitting for 2" through 8" Nominal Meters
Design for 0.250" Plate Thickness and an Orifice Fitting for 10" through 12" Nominal Meters
Calculations assume 14.4 Patm, 14.73 Pb, 60oF Tb and Tf, 0.6 SG, 0.36 Mole% CO2, 0.83 Mole% N2,
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4" Nominal Meter - Flow Rate (MSCFD)


Beta = 0.2
Beta = 0.6
PSIG
50
100
150
200
250
300
350
400
450
500
550
600
650
700
750
800
850
900
950
1000
1050
1100
1150
1200
1250
1300
1350
1400
1450

6" Nominal Meter - Flow Rate (MSCFD)


Beta = 0.2
Beta = 0.6

Min Hw

Max Hw

Min Hw

Max Hw

Min Hw

Max Hw

Min Hw

Max Hw

(10 In. H2O)

(100 In. H2O)

(10 In. H2O)

(100 In. H2O)

(10 In. H2O)

(100 In. H2O)

(10 In. H2O)

(100 In. H2O)

102
137
165
189
211
230
249
267
283
300
315
330
345
359
373
386
399
413
425
438
450
463
475
487
498
510
521
532
543

327
435
522
598
667
730
788
844
897
948
997
1,044
1,090
1,135
1,179
1,222
1,264
1,305
1,345
1,385
1,424
1,463
1,501
1,539
1,576
1,612
1,648
1,683
1,718

1,003
1,340
1,612
1,847
2,059
2,254
2,436
2,608
2,772
2,929
3,080
3,226
3,369
3,507
3,643
3,775
3,775
4,032
4,157
4,281
4,402
4,521
4,639
4,755
4,869
4,982
5,093
5,202
5,310

3,187
4,246
5,101
5,843
6,510
7,125
7,699
8,242
8,758
9,254
9,732
10,195
10,644
11,082
11,509
11,927
12,337
12,739
13,135
13,524
13,907
14,284
14,655
15,022
15,383
15,738
16,089
16,435
16,775

230
308
371
425
474
518
560
600
638
674
709
742
775
807
838
869
899
928
957
985
1,013
1,041
1,068
1,068
1,121
1,147
1,173
1,198
1,223

735
978
1,175
1,346
1,500
1,642
1,774
1,899
2,018
2,132
2,243
2,349
2,453
2,554
2,652
2,749
2,843
2,936
3,027
3,117
3,205
3,292
3,378
3,462
3,546
3,628
3,709
3,788
3,867

2,253
3,011
3,621
4,150
4,626
5,064
5,473
5,860
6,228
6,581
6,921
7,251
7,570
7,882
8,186
8,484
8,776
9,062
9,343
9,620
9,893
10,161
10,426
10,686
10,943
11,196
11,446
11,692
11,935

7,161
9,542
11,464
13,132
14,633
16,014
17,305
18,525
19,687
20,802
21,876
22,916
23,926
24,910
25,871
26,812
27,733
28,638
29,527
30,401
31,262
32,110
32,945
33,769
34,580
35,380
36,169
36,946
37,712

1. Calculations are for estimating purposes only. Use MeterCalc for more accurate calculations.
2. Design for lowest pressure at maximum flow rate. Design for maximum pressure at minimum flow
3.
4.
5.
6.

rate.
Differential shall not exceed maximum from AGA 3 Part 2 for Plate Thickness and Fitting
Design for 0.125" Plate Thickness and an Orifice Fitting for 2" through 8" Nominal Meters
Design for 0.250" Plate Thickness and an Orifice Fitting for 10" through 12" Nominal Meters
Calculations assume 14.4 Patm, 14.73 Pb, 60oF Tb and Tf, 0.6 SG, 0.36 Mole% CO2, 0.83 Mole% N2,
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8" Nominal Meter - Flow Rate (MSCFD)


Beta = 0.2
Beta = 0.6
PSIG
50
100
150
200
250
300
350
400
450
500
550
600
650
700
750
800
850
900
950
1000
1050
1100
1150
1200
1250
1300
1350
1400
1450

10" Nominal Meter - Flow Rate (MSCFD)


Beta = 0.2
Beta = 0.6

Min Hw

Max Hw

Min Hw

Max Hw

Min Hw

Max Hw

Min Hw

Max Hw

(10 In. H2O)

(100 In. H2O)

(10 In. H2O)

(100 In. H2O)

(10 In. H2O)

(100 In. H2O)

(10 In. H2O)

(100 In. H2O)

410
547
659
755
842
922
996
1,066
1,134
1,198
1,260
1,320
1,378
1,435
1,490
1,545
1,545
1,598
1,701
1,752
1,801
1,801
1,899
1,946
1,993
2,039
2,085
2,129
2,174

1,306
1,739
2,089
2,393
2,667
2,918
3,154
3,154
3,588
3,791
3,987
3,987
4,361
4,361
4,716
4,887
4,887
5,220
5,220
5,382
5,699
5,853
6,006
6,156
6,304
6,450
6,594
6,736
6,875

4,000
5,347
6,432
7,372
7,372
8,996
8,996
10,409
11,064
11,691
11,691
12,880
13,449
13,449
14,002
14,543
15,072
15,590
16,599
17,091
17,575
18,052
18,522
18,985
19,442
19,892
20,336
20,773
21,204

12,721
16,951
20,367
23,331
25,998
28,452
30,746
32,914
34,979
36,960
38,869
40,717
42,512
44,261
45,969
47,639
49,277
50,885
52,464
54,018
55,548
57,055
58,539
60,002
61,445
62,867
64,268
65,649
67,010

640
855
1,029
1,180
1,315
1,440
1,556
1,666
1,771
1,872
1,968
2,062
2,153
2,242
2,329
2,413
2,497
2,578
2,658
2,737
2,815
2,891
2,966
3,041
3,114
3,186
3,257
3,327
3,396

2,040
2,718
3,265
3,739
4,167
4,560
4,928
5,275
5,607
5,924
6,230
6,526
6,814
7,095
7,369
7,636
7,899
8,157
8,410
8,659
8,905
9,146
9,384
9,619
9,851
10,079
10,303
10,525
10,743

6,246
8,350
10,044
11,513
12,834
14,049
15,184
16,257
17,278
18,258
19,202
20,116
21,004
21,869
22,713
23,539
24,349
25,144
25,925
26,693
27,450
28,195
28,929
29,652
30,365
31,069
31,762
32,445
33,117

19,868
26,476
31,811
36,440
40,606
44,440
48,024
51,410
54,636
57,730
60,712
63,599
66,403
69,135
71,802
74,412
76,971
79,482
81,950
84,377
86,767
89,120
91,439
93,725
95,978
98,199
100,390
102,550
104,670

1. Calculations are for estimating purposes only. Use MeterCalc for more accurate calculations.
2. Design for lowest pressure at maximum flow rate. Design for maximum pressure at minimum flow
3.
4.
5.
6.

rate.
Differential shall not exceed maximum from AGA 3 Part 2 for Plate Thickness and Fitting
Design for 0.125" Plate Thickness and an Orifice Fitting for 2" through 8" Nominal Meters
Design for 0.250" Plate Thickness and an Orifice Fitting for 10" through 12" Nominal Meters
Calculations assume 14.4 Patm, 14.73 Pb, 60oF Tb and Tf, 0.6 SG, 0.36 Mole% CO2, 0.83 Mole% N2,
Fpv AGA Gross Method 2

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12" Nominal Meter - Flow Rate (MSCFD)


Beta = 0.2
Beta = 0.6
PSIG
50
100
150
200
250
300
350
400
450
500
550
600
650
700
750
800
850
900
950
1000
1050
1100
1150
1200
1250
1300
1350
1400
1450

Min Hw

Max Hw

Min Hw

Max Hw

(10 In. H2O)

(100 In. H2O)

(10 In. H2O)

(100 In. H2O)

921
1,232
1,482
1,699
1,894
2,073
2,241
2,399
2,550
2,695
2,835
2,970
3,101
3,101
3,353
3,475
3,595
3,712
3,828
3,941
4,053
4,163
4,272
4,379
4,379
4,588
4,690
4,791
4,891

2,938
3,913
4,701
5,385
6,000
6,567
7,096
7,597
8,074
8,531
8,972
9,398
9,813
10,217
10,611
10,997
11,375
11,746
12,111
12,470
12,823
13,171
13,514
13,852
14,185
14,514
14,837
15,156
15,471

8,991
12,019
14,458
16,572
18,474
20,223
21,858
23,402
24,873
26,283
26,283
28,959
30,237
31,482
32,697
33,887
35,053
36,197
37,322
38,428
39,517
40,589
41,646
42,688
43,714
44,727
45,724
46,708
47,676

28,601
38,114
45,796
52,460
58,458
63,979
69,138
74,013
78,658
83,113
87,407
91,563
95,600
99,533
103,370
107,130
110,820
114,430
117,980
121,480
124,920
128,310
131,650
134,940
138,180
141,380
144,530
147,640
150,700

1. Calculations are for estimating purposes only. Use MeterCalc for more accurate calculations.
2. Design for lowest pressure at maximum flow rate. Design for maximum pressure at minimum flow
3.
4.
5.
6.

rate.
Differential shall not exceed maximum from AGA 3 Part 2 for Plate Thickness and Fitting
Design for 0.125" Plate Thickness and an Orifice Fitting for 2" through 8" Nominal Meters
Design for 0.250" Plate Thickness and an Orifice Fitting for 10" through 12" Nominal Meters
Calculations assume 14.4 Patm, 14.73 Pb, 60oF Tb and Tf, 0.6 SG, 0.36 Mole% CO2, 0.83 Mole% N2,
Fpv AGA Gross Method 2

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TURBINE METERS
The following chart shows the capacity of DTI approved auto-adjust turbine (AAT) meter sizes. The
throughput shown in the table is in million standard cubic feet per day (MMSCFD).

Size:
PSIG
50
100
150
200
250
300
350
400
450
500
550
600
650
700
750
800
850
900
950
1000
1050
1100
1150
1200
1250
1300
1350
1400

4"
MIN
190
341
496
650
810
970
1,134
1,298
1,469
1,639
1,816
1,992
2,173
2,354
2,543
2,731
2,926
3,120
3,319
3,518
3,724
3,929
4,139
4,349
4,564
4,778
5,007
5,231

MAX
1,710
3,069
4,460
5,850
7,290
8,730
10,206
11,682
13,217
14,751
16,340
17,928
19,557
21,186
22,883
24,579
26,330
28,080
29,871
31,662
33,512
35,361
37,251
39,141
41,072
43,002
45,064
47,077

Approved Turbine Meter Capacities (MSCFD)


6"
8"
MIN
MAX
MIN
MAX
370
3,330
636
5,724
662
5,958
1,138
10,242
962
8,658
1,652
14,864
1,262
11,358
2,165
19,485
1,573
14,157
2,697
24,269
1,884
16,956
3,228
29,052
2,205
19,841
3,778
33,998
2,525
22,725
4,327
38,943
2,856
25,704
4,895
44,051
3,187
28,683
5,462
49,158
3,529
31,761
6,050
54,450
3,871
34,839
6,638
59,742
4,225
38,025
7,244
65,196
4,579
41,211
7,850
70,650
4,945
44,505
8,478
76,302
5,311
47,799
9,106
81,954
5,688
51,192
9,752
87,764
6,065
54,585
10,397
93,573
6,454
58,082
11,063
99,567
6,842
61,578
11,729
105,561
7,241
65,165
12,413
111,717
7,639
68,751
13,097
117,873
8,049
72,437
13,798
124,178
8,458
76,122
14,498
130,482
8,876
79,880
15,215
136,931
9,293
83,637
15,931
143,379
9,718
87,464
16,663
149,970
10,152
91,367
17,407
156,665

12"
MIN
1,483
2,654
3,854
5,054
6,294
7,534
8,816
10,097
11,423
12,749
14,120
15,490
16,905
18,319
19,782
21,245
22,752
24,259
25,813
27,367
28,963
30,559
32,195
33,830
35,501
37,171
38,906
40,644

MAX
13,347
23,886
34,686
45,486
56,646
67,806
79,340
90,873
102,807
114,741
127,076
139,410
152,141
164,871
178,038
191,205
204,768
218,331
232,317
246,303
260,667
275,031
289,751
304,470
319,505
334,539
350,157
365,793

Notes:
1. Based on an atmopsheric pressure of 14.4 psia, base pressure of 14.73 psia.
2. Based on a base and flowing temperature of 60F
3. Based on a specific gravity of 0.60 and zero (0) mole percent nitrogen and carbon dioxide

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ROTARY METERS
The following chart shows the capacity of DTI approved rotary meter sizes. The throughput shown
in the table is in million standard cubic feet per day (MMSCFD).

MODEL
RATING
PSIG
50
100
150
200
250
300
350
400
450
500
550
600
650
700
750
800
850
900
950
1000
1050
1100
1150
1200
1250
1300
1350
1400

Approved Rotary Meter Capacities (MMSCFD)


1M1480
3M1480
5M1480
1000 acfh
3000 acfh
5000 acfh
MIN
MAX
MIN
MAX
MIN
MAX
0.004
0.105
0.011
0.317
0.019
0.527
0.007
0.186
0.020
0.559
0.033
0.932
0.010
0.269
0.029
0.804
0.048
1.339
0.013
0.350
0.037
1.049
0.062
1.747
0.015
0.432
0.046
1.294
0.077
2.155
0.018
0.511
0.055
1.536
0.092
2.568
0.021
0.593
0.064
1.781
0.106
2.976
0.025
0.667
0.072
2.034
0.124
3.364
0.028
0.747
0.081
2.279
0.140
3.769
0.030
0.838
0.090
2.520
0.150
4.200
0.034
0.908
0.099
2.770
0.170
4.580
0.036
1.001
0.107
3.000
0.179
5.016
0.040
1.070
0.116
3.261
0.200
5.392
0.043
1.150
0.125
3.507
0.215
5.797
0.046
1.231
0.134
3.752
0.230
6.203
0.047
1.327
0.142
3.984
0.237
6.624
0.052
1.393
0.151
4.244
0.260
7.015
0.053
1.490
0.159
4.464
0.266
7.440
0.058
1.554
0.168
4.736
0.290
7.826
0.061
1.635
0.177
4.981
0.305
8.232
0.064
1.716
0.186
5.227
0.320
8.638
0.067
1.798
0.194
5.473
0.335
9.045
0.070
1.879
0.203
5.719
0.350
9.451
0.071
1.978
0.212
5.928
0.353
9.888
0.077
2.041
0.221
6.211
0.380
10.263
0.080
2.122
0.229
6.458
0.395
10.669
0.083
2.204
0.238
6.704
0.410
11.076
0.086
2.285
0.247
6.950
0.425
11.482

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7M1480
7000 acfh
MIN
MAX
0.026
0.735
0.047
1.305
0.067
1.874
0.087
2.448
0.108
3.024
0.128
3.576
0.148
4.152
0.166
4.727
0.186
5.297
0.209
5.856
0.226
6.438
0.250
7.008
0.266
7.579
0.286
8.150
0.306
8.721
0.332
9.288
0.346
9.862
0.373
10.440
0.386
11.004
0.406
11.575
0.426
12.146
0.447
12.717
0.467
13.288
0.495
13.848
0.507
14.431
0.527
15.002
0.547
15.573
0.567
16.145

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Measurement Engineering and Support (ME&S)

Minimum Meter Design Requirements & Design Form


Dominion Transmission, Inc.
The following information is required for the design and estimate of each new measurement facility and/or
upgrades to existing measurement facilities.
Please contact Ryan Nutter or Perry Minigh with any questions regarding the Design Form.
Save the file using this example: SiteName_DesignCriteria_YYYY-MM-DD.
Date:
WBS #:
Project Information:
Name of Project:
Project Manager:
Project Engineer:
Area Supervisor:
Assigned MID:
Latitude:

Longitude:

State:
County:
Township:
City:
Tax District:

Design Deadline:
Estimate Deadline:
In-Service Date:
DTI Pipeline:
MAOP:
MOP:
Pipe Diameter(s):
Customer Pipeline:
MAOP:
MOP:
Pipe Diameter(s):

Measurement Service Required (select one in each column)


Firm
Check Measurement
Delivery to DTI
Interruptible
Custody Transfer
Receipt from DTI
Fuel
DTI only
Design Criteria Parameters:
Flow Rates (MMSCFD)
Peak Hourly Flow Rates (MMSCFH)
Meter Flowing Pressure (PSIG)
Required Delivery Pressure (PSIG)
Flowing Temperature (F)
Inlet MAOP (PSIG)
Inlet MOP (PSIG)
Outlet MAOP (PSIG)
Outlet MOP (PSIG)
Future Expansion Expected:
Flow Requirements:
Control Requirements (Check as needed):
Remote Monitoring & Control:
Quality of Gas to Measure:

Maximum

No
Single
On/Off
Dial-up
Transmission

Notes:

1 of 1

Average

Yes, Future Flow:


Bi-Directional
Flow Control
4-wire Circuit
Production Dry

Minimum

MMSCFD
Pressure Control
LEO or Other
Production Wet

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DETAIL "E" & "F"

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SPECIFICATIONS

ELEVATION VIEW
1

3 paper and 1 electronic copies of construction and testing documentation are to be provided to: DTI
Purchasing, P.O. BOX 2450, Clarksburg, WV 26302-245. Invoice will be delayed until all
documentation is received.

Meter tube assembly shall be fabricated in accordance to the latest OPS / DOT Minimum Federal
Safety Standards for Gas Pipelines. CFR 49. Part 192, Class III Construction, unless design rating is
of higher class. Supporting documentation to be provided to DTI.

Meter tube assembly to be fabricated in accordance with the latest revision of AGA Report no.11.
Supporting documentation to be provided to DTI. Calibration to be performed as per DTI
Specification 52.

All butt welds to receive 100% radiography. All fillet welds to receive 100% non-destrcutive
examination (Mag particle, liquid dye penetrate, etc..). Supporting documentation to be provided to
DTI.

Complete meter tube assembly to hydrostatically tested from minimum to maximum pressures for a
period of 8 hours in which no leaks occur with visual inspection. Supporting documentation to be
provided to DTI. Coriolis meter is not to be included in test.

All flanges to be raised face weld neck, drilled and face per MSS-SP-44.

End flanges should be adequately protected for shipping.

All bolts shall be alloy steel, ASTM 193 Grade B7 with ASTM 194 2H nuts. All pipe shall comply with
relevant pipe specifications. For seamless these include: API-5L Grade B to X-70, ASTM A-106
Grade B, and ASTM A-53. ERW pipe must comply with API-5L.

Internal surface area must of meter tube shall be protected with a coat of light oil and wiped dry.

C
J

6" 6" 6"


2

FULL PORT VALVE

6"
F

FULL PORT VALVE

5
10

Meter tube and associated equipment shall be externally protected in accordance with most recent
revision of DTI Paint Specifications.

11

Gaskets shall be 0.125" thick spiral wound with steel inner and outer ring.

12

Inner diameter bore of meter tube and ANSI series to be stamped on all pipe flanges.

13

All thread-o-lets shall have threads cleaned by running in thread die after welding. Bottom of hole to
be minimum full bore and reamed to remove welding splatter. Thread protectors to be installed prior
to shipping.

6"

TOP VIEW

Overall dimensions include 0.25" flange raised face and all intermediate 0.125" gaskets. Dimensions
14

METER

does not include outermost 0.125" gaskets.


15

DESCRIPTION

BLOW OFF / PROVER

SPARE

PRESSURE TRANSMITTER

TEST THERMOWELL

DRAIN / INSPECTION

SPARE

BLOW OFF / PROVER

FLOW

DIMENSIONS FOR METER TUBE (inches)

TAP ASSIGNMENTS
ITEM

The orientation of the meter depicted in this drawing is for natural gas applications only. If liquids or
other gases are to be used consult DTI ME&S for different configurations.

METER SIZE

2"

40

23.6250

28

2X3

91.8750

30

12

12

3"

44

35.1875

32

3X4

111.4375

36

15

15

4"

48

42.6875

36

4X6

126.9375

42

16

16

6"

52

45.5000

40

6X8

137.7500

42

17

17

PIPE SPECIFICATIONS
SIZE
(inches)

NOMINAL TAP SIZE (inches)

SCHD

GRADE

SMYS
(pisg)

O.D.
(inches)

I.D.
(inches)

WALL
MINIMUM
(inches)

MIN. TEST
PRESSURE
(psig)

MAX. TEST
DESIGN PRESSURE (psig) STANDARD
PRESSURE
(class 3)
TYPE
(psig)

METER SIZE

2"

2*

3/4

3/4

3/4

3/4

2*

3/4

40

35,000

3.500

3.068

0.2160

2175

2225

1450

SMLS

3/4

40

35,000

4.500

4.026

0.2370

2175

2225

1450

SMLS

3/4

40

35,000

6.625

6.065

0.2800

2175

2225

1450

SMLS

3/4

40

X - 42

42,000

8.625

7.981

0.3220

2175

2225

1450

SMLS

3"
4"
6"

2
2
2

3/4
1
1

3/4
3/4
3/4

3/4
3/4
3/4

1
1
1

3/4
1
1

2
2
2

* THIS TAP SHALL BE A 3"x3"x2" REDUCING TEE,


AND WELDED TO THE ADJACENT 3 INCH PIPE.

Dominion Transmission, Inc.

DISCLAIMER:
* THIS STANDARD DESIGN IS INTENDED FOR BUILDING MOUNTED ON A STRUCTURAL STEEL BASE THAT
IS DESIGNED TO HANDLE STRESSES ASSOCIATED WITH LOADING THE COMPLETED SKID AND
BUILDING USING LIFTING LUGS LOCATED AT THE CORNERS OF THE SKID.
*

8'

IF A METER BUILDING IS MOUNTED ON A NON-STRUCTURAL STEEL SKID THEN A CUSTOM


FOUNDATION DESIGN MUST BE APPROVED BY DTI WRITING.
A
B

B
27
8"

CENTER OF ANCHOR BOLT

6"

C
L

(4) #4 REBAR 3'-8" LONG

6"

(4) #4 REBAR TIES @ 12" C - C.

(1) ANCHOR PLATE


(1) HEX NUT

Concrete Pier Size & Quantity Schedule

(1)

3" TYPICAL

4 " DIA. x 26" LONG ANCHOR BOLT W/ 4" HOOK


ONE END & 3" THREADS OTHER END

(1" MIN / 6" MAX)

Qty.

Approx. Capacity* (lbs.)

12

5,050

18

11,300

18

16,960

18

22,600

18

10

28,250

24

40,212

24

10

50,265

Ground Surface

(4) #4 REBAR 3'-8" LONG

STEEL REINFORCED
CONCRETE PIER
DIA. PER SCHEDULE

(4) #4 REBAR TIES @ 12" C - C.

25'

4'

Diameter (in.)

MIN. CLEARANCE FROM STEEL TO


OUTSIDE FACE OF CONCRETE

1'

3"

* The pier size and quantity shall be selected based on load capacity that will adequately support
the load of the structure. Other sizes and quantities of piers may be used, but any such deviation
requires written approval from DTI.

#4 REBAR TIES @ 8" C - C.


BOTH WAYS

* Please note that the approximated capacity assumes a worst-case soil condition of 2,000 psf.
If a soil test is completed its bearing capacity is shown as greater than 2,000 psf, an alternative
concrete pier layout may be requested .

3" MIN. CLEARANCE

FROM STEEL TO
OUTSIDE FACE OF CONCRETE

B
A

Typical Foundation Pier Detail

Spread Footer Dimensions


GENERAL NOTES:
1. READY MIX, CAST-IN-PLACE CONCRETE MIXED ON-SITE SHALL HAVE MINIMUM 28-DAY COMPRESSIVE
STRENGTH OF 3,500PSI.

Sonotube Diameter
(in.)

A (in.)

B (in.)

C (in.)

12

24

12

12

18

30

15

18

24

36

18

24

2. THE FOUNDATION PIER SHALL BEAR ON UNDISTURBED SOIL. IF THE LOAD BEARING SOIL IS
DISTURBED THE PIER SHALL BE EXTENDED TO REACH UNDISTURBED SOIL OR THE DISTURBED SOIL
SHALL BE COMPACTED TO THE 98% BEARING CAPACITY PRIOR TO INSTALLATION.
3. CONTRACTOR SHALL OBTAIN ALL NECESSARY BUILDING PERMITS, IF REQUIRED,
PRIOR TO THE START OF CONSTRUCTION.
4. CONTRACTOR SHALL GIVE TIMELY NOTIFICATION TO ALL UTILITY COMPANIES WITHIN
THE CONSTRUCTION AREA BY CALLING THE APPROPRIATE ONE CALL SYSTEM.
5. THIS DRAWING MAY BE SUPERCEDED BY THE D&C MANUAL.
6. ANCHOR BOLTS TO BE INSTALLED ON EACH PIER. ANCHOR TO BE INSTALLED AND TORQUED PER
MANUFACTURES SPECIFICATIONS.

Typical Foundation Plan


Note:
1. Example 8 'x 25'- 8' building shown. For other sized buildings, piers
should be installed in similar, symmetrical manner with the center of the
steel beam flange located at the center of the concrete pier.

7. IF NEEDED, STEEL SHIMS SHALL BE PLACED BETWEEN PIER AND SKID TO ENSURE EVEN LOADING OF
THE STRUCTURE TO THE FOUNDATION.

Dominion Transmission, Inc.

10'-8"

2'-6"
1'-3"

1'-3"
7"
28

CENTER OF ANCHOR BOLT

6"

C
L

1'-6"

2'-6"

(4) #4 REBAR 3'-8" LONG

6"

(4) #4 REBAR TIES @ 12" C - C.

(1) ANCHOR PLATE


(1) HEX NUT

8'

7'-4"

(1)

3" TYPICAL

4" DIA. x 26" LONG ANCHOR BOLT W/ 4" HOOK


ONE END & 3" THREADS OTHER END

(1" MIN / 6" MAX)

4'

Ground Surface

(4) #4 REBAR 3'-8" LONG

STEEL REINFORCED
CONCRETE PIER
DIA. PER SCHEDULE

(4) #4 REBAR TIES @ 12" C - C.

MIN. CLEARANCE FROM STEEL TO


OUTSIDE FACE OF CONCRETE

1'

3"

10'
#4 REBAR TIES @ 8" C - C.
BOTH WAYS

1'-3"

1'-3"

3" MIN. CLEARANCE

FROM STEEL TO
OUTSIDE FACE OF CONCRETE

2'-6"

Typical Foundation Plan


SCALE: 1 4" = 1'-0"
Note:
1. Typical 8 'x 10"- 8" building shown. For larger buildings, piers should be
installed in similar, symmetrical manner with the center of the steel beam
flange located at the center of the concrete pier.

Typical Foundation Pier Detail


SCALE: 1 4" = 1'-0"

Concrete Pier Size & Quantity Schedule


GENERAL NOTES:
1. READY MIX, CAST-IN-PLACE CONCRETE MIXED ON-SITE SHALL HAVE MINIMUM 28-DAY COMPRESSIVE
STRENGTH OF 3,500PSI.
2. THE FOUNDATION PIER SHALL BEAR ON UNDISTURBED SOIL. IF THE LOAD BEARING SOIL IS
DISTURBED THE PIER SHALL BE EXTENDED TO REACH UNDISTURBED SOIL OR THE DISTURBED SOIL
SHALL BE COMPACTED TO THE 98% BEARING CAPACITY PRIOR TO INSTALLATION.
3. RESPONSIBLE CONTRACTOR SHALL OBTAIN ALL NECESSARY BUILDING PERMITS, IF REQUIRED,
PRIOR TO THE START OF CONSTRUCTION.
4. RESPONSIBLE CONTRACTOR SHALL GIVE TIMELY NOTIFICATION TO ALL UTILITY COMPANIES WITHIN
THE CONSTRUCTION AREA BY CALLING THE APPROPRIATE ONE CALL SYSTEM.
5. THIS DRAWING MAY BE SUPERCEDED BY THE D&C MANUAL.,

Diameter (in.)

Qty.

Approx. Capacity* (lbs.)

12

5,050

18

11,300

18

16,960

18

22,600

*The pier size and quantity shall be selected based on load capacity that will adequately support
the load of the structure. Other sizes not shown can be used , if the capacity is suitable for load of
structure,
* Please note that the approximated capacity assumes a worst-case soil condition of 2,000 pcf.
If a soil test is completed its bearing capacity is shown as greater than 2,000 pcf, an alternative
concrete pier layout may be requested .

Dominion Transmission, Inc.

Dominion Transmission, Inc.

Dominion Transmission, Inc.

3051C
STATIC

4.7 119.7 REF.


9.4 239.4 REF.d

3.75 95.2

ULTRA SONIC
FLOW METER

M-905SCT-MHW9
1 VALVE COMPACT MANIFOLD
5.28 134.1
MAX OPEN

8.92 226.6
MAX OPEN
AK-079LDV-MHW9
CONNECTOR FLANGE KIT

M-906SCT-MHW9
2 VALVE MANIFOLD

Parts List Direct Mount UFM Assembly, DTI Stock# 42199791

AK-079-LDV-MHW9 - Stabilized Connector, Dielectric Isolation, SST Bolting


M-905-SCT-MHW9 - 1 Valve Manifold, SST Body, Carbide Seat, Teflon Pressure Core Stem Seal, Viton Seals, Std. SST Bolting
M-906-SCT-MHW9 - 2 Valve Manifold, SST Body, Carbide Seat, Teflon Pressure Core Stem Seal, Viton Seals, Std. SST Bolting
Transmitter - TBD

PGI RESERVES THE RIGHT TO CHANGE


THE DESIGN, DIMENSIONS OR MATERIAL
CONTENT OF OUR PRODUCTS WITHOUT
PRIOR NOTIFICATION.

PGI EXTERNAL DOCUMENT

DRAWING NO.

DOMINION 5

DOMINION
TRANSMISSION

HORIZONTAL TO VERTICAL
ULTRASONIC DIRECT MOUNT SYSTEM

REV. DATE

2/16/2011
REV. LEVEL

02

GENERAL SYSTEM DESCRIPTION

5.31 134.9
2.68 68.1

1/4-20 SOC. HD.


X 2" LG.
(TYP.)

REVISIONS
DATE
4/26/2006

REV.
7

CO#
24358

2" PIPE

2.57 65.3

1.44 36.5
2.875 73

MID PIPE
SIDE MOUNT

2" PIPE

1.44 36.5

2.88 73

3.07 78

DETAIL X

2" PIPE

W
A
L
L

1.13 28.7 1.00 25.4

5.88 149.2

1.00 25.4 THRU.


1.13[28.7]

1. DIMENSIONS IN [ ] ARE IN MILLIMETERS.


2. APPROX. WEIGHT 1.5 lbs. (.68 kg. )

NO.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9

DESCRIPTION
H.D. MANIFOLD BRACKET
3/8-16 U-BOLT
3/8-16 NUT
3/8" LOCKWASHER
1/4-20 X 2" SOC. HD. CAP
SCREW
1/4" LOCKWASHER
1/4-20 NUT
2" PIPE CAP
1/4-20 X 1/2" SOC. HD.
CAP SCREW

AK-002-10-HD

AK-002-CO-HD

MATERIAL

MATERIAL

QTY.

<AZ> C.F. CARBON STEEL


ASTM A449-G15
<AZ> ASTM A563-GR.A
<AZ> CARBON STEEL

C.F. STAINLESS STEEL


300 SERIES SS
ASTM A594-(18-8)
ASTM F837 Gr1-CW

1
1
2
2

<AZ>ASTM A574

STAINLESS STEEL 18-8

<AZ>CARBON STEEL
<AZ> ASTM A563-GR.A
PLASTIC

ASTM A594-(18-8)
ASTM A594-(18-8)
PLASTIC

2
2

<AZ> ASTM A574

ASTM F837 Gr-CW

3. <AZ> INDICATES ALKALINE ZINC PLATED WITH


DICHROMATE DIP.
4. <P0> INDICATES PHOSPHATE AND OIL.
5. <P0> AISI 1018 C.S. IS USED WHEN WELDED
BODY CONNECTION ARE SPECIFIED.
6. 316 SS MANIFOLD/VALVE MEETS REQUIREMENTS
OF NACE MR0175 (LATEST REV.) UP TO 140 F

16101 VALLEN DRIVE


HOUSTON, TX. 77041

(713) 466-0056 or 1-800-231-0233


FAX: (713) 744-9892

HEAVY DUTY
MANIFOLD BRACKET KIT
VCH/VSH OPTION

APP'D
SCALE

PGI RESERVES THE RIGHT TO CHANGE


THE DESIGN, DIMENSIONS OR MATERIAL
CONTENT OF OUR PRODUCTS WITHOUT
PRIOR NOTIFICATION.

SECTION A-A

PGI International

NOTES

WALL MOUNT
PRODUCT PART NUMBER

2" PIPE

1.0[25.4] THRU
1.13 28.7

TOP OF PIPE
MOUNT

3/8 BOLTS & NUTS


(NOT INCLUDED IN KIT)

MID PIPE
MOUNT

X
2
3/8-16
(TYP.)

DRAWING NO. & REVISION

NONE

AK-002-HD r07

PGI EXTERNAL DOCUMENT


GENERAL PRODUCT DESCRIPTION

10

9 7/16-20
X 1" LG.
1.90 48.3
MAX OPEN

3.38 85.7
INSTRUMENT
SIDE

11

REVISIONS
DATE
2/15/2006

REV.
6

CO#
24127

1/2" NPT
3.75 95.3

2.08 52.7
1.44 36.5

1.13 28.7

6
5

PROCESS SIDE

.28 7.1
MOUNTING HOLES (2)

1.25 31.8

1/2" NPT

4
3
INSTR

8
2.41 61.1

1.63 41.3

PROCESS
.187 ORIFICE
.83 MAX. Cv

2.13 54

PGI International

NOTES
PRODUCT PART NUMBER
NO.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11

DESCRIPTION
MANIFOLD BODY
SOFT SEAT
STEM SEAL
STEM
BONNET
HANDLE ASSEMBLY
SEAL RETAINER
1/4 NPT ALLEN HEAD P.
PLUG
MOUNTING BOLTS
FLANGE SEAL
ROLL PIN

M-617CDT
6,000 @ 200 F MAX
(C) <AZ>ASTM A108-1215
(D) DELRIN
(T) TEFLON PRESSURE CORE
ASTM A479-316
<AZ> ASTM A108
<AZ>ASTM A108
ASTM A479-316

1. DIMENSIONS IN [ ] ARE IN MILLIMETERS.


2. APPROX. WEIGHT 5.1 lbs. (2.3 kg. )

M-617SDT
6,000 @ 200 F MAX
(S) ASTM A479-316
(D) DELRIN
(T) TEFLON PRESSURE CORE
ASTM A479-316
ASTM A479-316
ASTM A582-18-8
ASTM A479-316

QTY.
1
2
2
2
2
2
2

<AZ>ASTM A108-1215

ASTM A182-F316

<AZ>ASTM A449-TYPE 1
TEFLON
300 SERIES SS

<AZ>ASTM A449-TYPE 1

TEFLON
300 SERIES SS

1
2

3. <AZ> INDICATES ALKALINE ZINC PLATED WITH


DICHROMATE DIP.
4. <P0> INDICATES PHOSPHATE AND OIL.
5. <P0> AISI 1018 C.S. IS USED WHEN WELDED
BODY CONNECTION ARE SPECIFIED.
6. 316 SS MANIFOLD/VALVE MEETS REQUIREMENTS
OF NACE MR0175 (LATEST REV.) UP TO 140 F

16101 VALLEN DRIVE


HOUSTON, TX. 77041

TWO VALVE BLOCK & BLEED MANIFOLD


.187 ORIFICE
APP'D
SCALE

PGI RESERVES THE RIGHT TO CHANGE


THE DESIGN, DIMENSIONS OR MATERIAL
CONTENT OF OUR PRODUCTS WITHOUT
PRIOR NOTIFICATION.

(713) 466-0056 or 1-800-231-0233


FAX: (713) 744-9892

DRAWING NO. & REVISION

NONE

M-617XDT r06

PGI EXTERNAL DOCUMENT


GENERAL PRODUCT DESCRIPTION

DETAIL #2

DETAIL #1

DETAIL #3

Dominion Transmission, Inc.