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REVISION C01

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Specification
For
Heat Exchangers for Packaged Equipment

For Construction

Issue
Rev. Purpose/Description of Revision Prepared Reviewed Approved
Date

P00 24 Jun 2004 Preliminary Issue S.Furukawa M.Kitagawa K.Ishida

A00 09 Sep 2004 Issue for Approval S.Furukawa M.Kitagawa K.Ishida

C00 15 Oct 2004 For Construction/Revised as per Company’s comments S.Furukawa M.Kitagawa K.Ishida

C01 02 Nov 2004 For Construction/Revised as per Company’s comments S.Furukawa M.Kitagawa K.Ishida

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REVISION HISTORY

REV DATE DESCRIPTION

0 31 May 2003 Issue for Design

1 18 Mar 2004 Re-issued for Design

<EPC PHASE>

P00 24 Jun 2004 Preliminary Issue

A00 09 Sep 2004 Issue for Approval

C00 14 Oct 2004 Revised as per Company’s comments

C01 02 Nov 2004 Revised as per Company’s comments

Note:
A line in the right hand margin or a cloud mark denotes revisions.

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Contents

1 SCOPE & DEFINITIONS ........................................................................................................................ 4


1.1 Scope .............................................................................................................................................. 4
1.2 Definitions........................................................................................................................................ 4
2 REFERENCES ....................................................................................................................................... 4
2.1 Industry Codes ................................................................................................................................ 4
2.2 Project Specifications ...................................................................................................................... 5
2.3 Standard Drawings.......................................................................................................................... 5
3 DESIGN .................................................................................................................................................. 5
3.1 General............................................................................................................................................ 5
3.2 Process............................................................................................................................................ 5
3.3 Mechanical ...................................................................................................................................... 6
3.4 Shell and Tube and Hairpin Exchangers......................................................................................... 6
3.5 Air Cooled Heat Exchangers ........................................................................................................... 6

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1 SCOPE & DEFINITIONS

1.1 Scope

This Specification covers the design of small shell and tube exchangers, hairpin
exchangers, and air cooled exchangers supplied as part of a packaged system or assembly.
This Specification is limited to exchangers with a flange rating of 300 lbs and below and a
28.1 kg/cm2 (400 psi) maximum design pressure.

1.2 Definitions

Definitions for terms used in this document are set forth in the Contract unless expressly defined
herein. The following definitions are complementary and are not intended to revise or supersede terms set
forth elsewhere in the Contract:

Company – The Party engaging the Contractor to perform the Work as defined in the Contract.

Contract – The agreement entered into between Company and Contractor in relation to performance of
the Work.

Contractor – The Party retained by Company to perform the Work.

Equipment – Any and all machinery, materials and other items, including spare parts to be procured by
Contractor and all items replaced and/or repaired, incorporated into or intended to be incorporated into the
Work and/or to be used in the operation or maintenance of the Plant and shall include the Equipment to be
procured by Contractor and, once delivered to Contractor, any Company furnished equipment or materials.

Plant –Systems, infrastructure, offices and buildings to be engineered, manufactured and (in part) supplied
by Contractor and constructed, installed, commissioned, started-up and tested by Contractor, as more
particularly set out in the Contract.

Subcontractor – Any person or company which performs any portion of the Work and to whom the
Contractor subcontracts any part of the Contract, whether directly or indirectly through a subcontractor of
whatever tier and whether by agreement, contract, purchase order or otherwise.

Vendor – Any person, company, manufacturer or supplier of Equipment (including Vendors'services, i.e.,
for erection, training and commissioning of any such Equipment).

2 REFERENCES

2.1 Industry Codes

The following codes, standards and specifications shall form an integral part of this
Specification.

Where a date or edition of a reference document is shown, this defines the version applicable to the
Project. Where no date or edition is shown, the latest version approved by the issuing authority as of the
date of the award of the EPC contract shall be the version applicable to the Project.

American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME)

Section VIII, Division 1 Rules for Construction of Pressure Vessels, 2001 Edition with
2002 Addenda
B16.5 Pipe Flanges and Flanged Fittings, 1996 Edition

American Petroleum Institute (API)

API Standard 660 Shell and Tube Heat Exchangers for General Refinery Services, 6th

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Edition, February 2001 Issue)
API Standard 661 Air Cooled Exchangers for General Refinery Service, 5th Edition,
March 2002

Tubular Exchanger Manufacturer’s Association (TEMA)

TEMA Standard, Standards of the Tubular Exchanger Manufacturer’s Association, 2000 Edition

2.2 Project Specifications

JCP-00-D0-GS-005 General Welding and NDE Requirements for Carbon Steel Equipment
(S-000-1351-005)
JCP-00-W9-GS-002 Equipment Noise Level Requirements
(S-000-1244-001)
JCP-00-N0-GS-001 Painting (Shop and Field)
(S-000-13A0-001)

2.3 Standard Drawings


GC-K-99519 Standard Guard for Flexible Coupling

3 DESIGN

3.1 General

3.1.1 When code stamping is required, the heat exchanger shall be designed, fabricated and tested in
accordance with the applicable sections of the ASME Code Section VIII, Division 1.

3.1.2 Vendor shall provide mechanical and performance guarantees for the exchanger supplied.

3.1.3 A completed exchanger data sheet including design conditions, fluid characteristics, operating
conditions, bundle information and materials of construction shall be submitted with quotation.

3.1.4 General arrangement drawings with materials of construction and thicknesses of major components
shall be submitted for approval prior to fabrication. Component detail drawings shall be submitted for
fabricated items.

3.1.5 Each exchanger shall be hydrostatically tested at 1.3 times its MAWP and shall be maintained for at least
one hour.

3.1.6 Before shipment, each exchanger shall be cleaned and dried. Flanges shall be coated with rust
preventative and protected by gasketed wooden or metal covers.

3.2 Process

3.2.1 Exchanger shall have a minimum 25% of excess surface against the surface calculated based on the
clean condition. Then, the surface area shall be recalculated with the dirty condition using Vendor’s
standard fouling factor. The final surface area shall be whichever greater of ‘the surface based on the
clean condition with 25% of excess surface’ or ‘the surface based on the dirty condition.
Water cooled exchangers shall have 0.00020m2hr degC / kcal fouling factor on the waterside, plus
vendor’s standard fouling on the other side when calculating the dirty condition.

3.2.2 Effective heat transfer surface area shall be calculated based on tube length measured between the
inner faces of tubesheets.

3.2.3 On water cooled shell and tube exchangers or hairpin exchangers the water shall be in the tubes. The
minimum in-tube water velocity shall be 1.5 m/s (5 fps).

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3.2.4 Maximum water velocities inside tubes are:
(1) 3.05 m/s (10fps) for carbon and high alloy steel.
(2) 2.4 m/s (8 fps) for copper alloys.

3.2.5 Turbulators or core rods shall only be used to enhance sensible laminar flow situations and only with
Company’s approval.

3.2.6 A zinc anode shall be supplied in each header compartment of exchangers for water cooling service.
Anode shall be sized for 5–year protective life.

3.3 Mechanical

3.3.1 All pressure retaining welds shall be full penetration.

3.3.2 Lifting lugs shall be provided for removable parts weighing more than 22.7kg (50 lbs).

3.3.3 Vents and drains shall be provided in both the shell and tube sides.

3.3.4 Cast iron is not allowed for any pressure component.

3.3.5 Nozzles 1–1/2 inch and larger shall be flanged. Slip-on flanges shall not be used.

3.3.6 Flanges shall be in accordance with ASME B16.5.

3.3.7 For small [less than 232.2 cm2 (36 inch2) cross sectional area in each header, channel, or shell], low
pressure [less than 21.1 kg/cm2 (300 psig) design], and off-the shelf items, welding procedures and
procedure qualification records shall be supplied with the quotation. For larger or built-to-suit items,
Project Specification JCP-00-D0-GS-005 (S-000-1351-005) shall be followed.

3.3.8 Unless specified elsewhere, gaskets shall be double-jacketed non-asbestos filled except cooling water
service gaskets may be reinforced elastomer. All gasket material shall be specified in the quotation.

3.4 Shell and Tube and Hairpin Exchangers

3.4.1 Exchangers shall be designed for the full shell side or tube side design pressure on one side, with
atmospheric pressure or specified vacuum on the other side.
Differential pressure design is not allowed.

3.4.2 Carbon steel shells shall be constructed of seamless steel pipe or rolled plate with a single longitudinal
seam. If multiple sections are required to produce the needed shell length, seams shall be alternately
rotated 90 and 180 degrees.
Seams shall not be located more than 30 degrees below the horizontal centerline of the exchanger.

3.4.3 On shell and tube heat exchangers, saddle supports shall be continuously welded (or brazed if copper
alloy). Bearing or wear plates, when required, shall be continuously welded to the shell and shall be
provided with a 1/4 NPT test hole.

3.4.4 On hairpin exchangers, separate closures for the shellside closure and the tubeside closure are required
for all services. Screwed shellside closures and “unihead” type combined shellside and tubeside
closures are not allowed. Union type closures are not allowed.

3.4.5 Exchangers 6–inch diameter and larger shall be Code stamped.

3.4.6 Shell and tube heat exchanger construction shall conform to TEMA Standards,
Class R.

3.5 Air Cooled Heat Exchangers

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3.5.1 Edge wrapped fins are prohibited.

3.5.2 Fan tip speed shall not exceed 60.96 m/s (12,000 fpm).

3.5.3 Fan blades must have manually adjustable pitch for fan diameter larger than 0.91m (3 feet).

3.5.4 Noise levels shall meet noise level requirements of Project Specification JCP-00-W9-GS-002
(S-000-1244-001).

3.5.5 Fans and belts shall be provided with guards. Guards shall be heavy enough to resist abuse without
damage such as a man leaning on the guard. Guard clearances shall be in accordance with Standard
Drawing GC-K-99519, Standard Guard for Flexible Coupling.

3.5.6 Fans shall be sized so that the area occupied by the fan(s) is a minimum of 40% of the bundle face
served by that fan(s).

3.5.7 Airside static pressure calculations and consequent fan horsepower requirements must take into
account any pressure losses created by obstructions (bug screens, fan guards, etc) or by air flow change
of direction.

3.5.8 Air seals must be provided for any gap in the tube bundle which exceeds 9.5 mm (3/8 inch) in width and
which would allow bypassing of the heat transfer surface area.

3.5.9 Minimum shroud or plenum thickness shall be 2.1 mm.

3.5.10 All structural welds shall be continuously seal welded.

3.5.11 Plenum depth in all locations must be sufficient to allow proper air distribution across the entire tube
bundle face area.

3.5.12 Fan and motor sizing shall take into account any obstructions in the inlet flow and any increase in
ambient temperature due to other warm equipment.

3.5.13 Tube bundles having headers within the scope of the ASME Code shall be Code stamped.

3.5.14 Equipment with tube bundles greater than 2.44 m (8 feet) in length shall meet the requirements of API
661.

End of Specification

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