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BIEN DONG PETROLEUM OPERATING COMPANY

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CONTRACTOR:

PETROVIETNAM TECHNICAL SERVICES CORPORATION M & C

SUB CONTRACTOR: ALPHA ECC

Alpha ECC Chemical Cleaning Standard Operating Procedure

Document No.: E1001-ALPHAECC-0023

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

Date:

 

SECTION DESCRIPTION

 

PAGE

  • 1.0 PURPOSE ………………………………………………………………………………… 4 ..

 
  • 2.0 SCOPE……………………………………………………………………………………

...

 

.4

  • 3.0 REFERENCE……………………………………………………………………………….

.5

  • 4.0 DEFINITIONS……………………………………………………………………………

..

..

5

  • 5.0 PROCEDURE……………………………………………………………………………… 6

  • 5.1 General Requirement

 

6

  • 5.2 Documentation

6

  • 5.3 Chemical cleaning equipment and connection work

 

7

  • 5.4 Preparation for chemical cleaning

8

  • 5.5 Chemical cleaning steps

 

9

  • 5.6 Specific steps for leak test & water flushing

 

10

  • 5.7 Specific steps for degreasing

 

12

  • 5.8 Specific steps for pickling with acid

 

14

  • 5.9 Specific steps for passivation/ neutralization

16

5.10 Nitrogen purging and preservation

18

  • 6.0 INSPECTION……………………………………………………………………………… 19 ..

  • 7.0 SPECIAL REQUIREMENT……………………………………………………………… 19 ...

  • 7.1 Disposal of waste liquids

 

19

  • 7.2 Safety requirement for chemical cleaning

 

19

  • 8.0 RECORD …………………………………………………………………………………….20

APPENDICES

 
 

Appendix 1: Chemicals - MSDS and Data Sheets. Appendix 2: Cleaning Equipment Layout Diagram Appendix 3: Reporting Forms Appendix 4 : Organizational Chart

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  • 1.0 PURPOSE

 

This procedure covers the methods of cleaning and protection of the internal surfaces of steel offshore piping systems to acceptable levels of cleanliness for a successfully start-up and operation.

It will only be used for piping systems, specified by project specifications and identified on AFC (approved for construction) drawings for chemical cleaning.

  • 2.0 SCOPE

 

This procedure includes the preparation and execution of chemical cleaning (leak test & water flushing, degreasing, acid pickling, neutralization / passivation, and nitrogen blanket application) to the internal surface of carbon or stainless steel piping systems to remove loose scale, rust, foreign matter, grease, etc. During the chemical cleaning operations, care shall be taken to prevent direct contact of chemicals with items that are identified on the isometric drawings for chemical cleaning:

Piping systems with copper alloy materials,

 

Vessels,

Pumps,

All bolted/screwed valves and instruments.

The chemical cleaning process shall be accomplished by using chemical agents (degreasing, pickling, neutralization and passivation agents) in the system and circulating the chemical solutions for specified periods of time. It also addresses environment regulation compliance and personnel safety aspects of the work to be done.

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3.0

REFERENCE

ISO 4406:1999:

Hydraulic fluid power - Fluids - Method for coding the level of contamination by solid particles

ANSI / ASME B3l.3-2010:

Code for Pressure Piping - Process Piping

ASTM A380 - 96:

Standard Practice for Cleaning, Descaling, and Passivation of Stainless Steel Parts, Equipment, and Systems. ASTM Committee A-1 on Steel, Stainless Steel, and Related Alloys

ASTM A 967-05:

Standard Practice for Chemical Passivating Treatments for Stainless Steel.

4.0 DEFINITIONS

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P&ID:

PETROLEUM TECHNICAL SERVICES COMPANY. SOUTHERN PETROLEUM CONSTRUCTION J.S COMPANY PIPING AND INSTRUMENTATION DIAGRAM

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5.0 PROCEDURE
5.1
Gen eral Requirements
5.1.1.
Lines to
be
chemical cleaned shall be
clearly identified on the
P
&
IDs
or isometric
drawings, and Line Index, and submitted to BD POC representative for approval.
5.1.2.
Systems to be treated shall have been hydrostatically tested (water) which has
been
accepted by
BD POC.
5.1.3.
All supports shall be installed ready to receive variable loading and expansion
during the
cleaning process.
5.1.4.
In‐line components such as orifice plates, check valve, control valves, flow meter
elements and relief valves shall be removed and replaced with temporary spools
(supplied by the client).
5.1.5.
All removed equipment shall be shown on
each test pack and highlighted on
drawings.
5.1.6.
The supply inlet into
the
system shall be fitted
with
a
temporary isolation valve
(chemical
resistance type) for safety purposes.
5.1.7.
The systems to
be
cleaned shall have
high and
low
point vents and
drains
installed. The
system filling point shall
be
the
lowest
point
in
the
system. A
high point
vent shall
be utilized as secondary return line
and vent.
5.1.8.
Maximum temperature used during the operations of chemical cleaning shall not
exceed
maximum design temperature for the systems as listed in the
Line Index.
5.1.9.
Acceptance criteria for chemical cleaning shall be according to ISO 4406:1999. The
end
results shall be
a clean surface.
For
all
synthetic
lube
oil
and
mineral lube oil piping
systems, ISO
4406:1999
grade 17/15/12 (equivalent to NAS 1638 class 6)
shall be
the
acceptance criteria.
Acceptance criteria for all compressed gas piping systems shall be ISO
4406:1999 grade 17/15/12 (equivalent to NAS 1638 class 6).
5.2
Documentation
5.2.1.
The compliance to specified ISO 4406:1999 requirements shall be documented.
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01 USA
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Chemical cleaning equipment and connection work

 

The table of equipment / instruments listed below is indicative only. The actual equipment shall be

     
 

determined during the project phase and approved by PTSC and BD POC. As

 

a minimum, the following

 

equipment/instruments shall be used to facilitate testing:

Original

 

NAACO

 

Chemical circulating tank 5000 liters Material: Composite Volume: 5m 3 protection framework and gutters to collect chemicals

 

Việt nam

 

NAACO

 

Chemical batching tank 500 liters Material: Plastic corrosion-resistant Volume: 0.5m 3 Protection framework and gutters to collect chemicals

 

Việt nam

 

Chemical pumping station

Sandpiper Model S1F

 

Working pressure : 7 bar

     

Flow: 50 m 3 /h Include 05 diaphragm pump

Waste water pumping station

Sandpiper Model S1F

 

Working pressure : 7 bar

     
 

Include 02 diaphragm pumps

 

Japan

 
 

Hose connection QME R1AT " Material: Rubber with steel mesh

 

QME Flex

 
 

Pressure max: 80 bar

 

Technology

 

Flexible hose, corrosion-resistant

 

Laser Particle Analyzer LasPaCII-P / or equivalent

 

Stauff ® ,

 
     

Germany

 

Pressure gauge for nitrogen

Connection work shall be as follows:

Connection and bypass have to implement how to make sure cleaning chemical will not contact with all the equipment (or instrument) were installed on the piping system. (control valve, cylinder, pump, sensor…)

Typical layout diagram of the flushing equipment system is enclosed in Appendix 2.

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5.4 Preparation for chemical cleaning

 

As a minimum, the following technical aspects shall be checked for completion before commencement of the chemical operations:

Flushing equipment chemically cleaned,

 

System drained and dry before chemical cleaning,

Marked up drawings (P&IDs) attached,

System equipment bypassed and blinded,

Analysis certificate copy attached,

System/equipment labeled,

Preservation carried out,

System/equipment reinstated,

System/equipment blinded off.

As a minimum, the following safety aspects shall be addressed for completion before commencement of the chemical operations:

In preparation position, tank chemical containers are placed absorbent pads lined with chemicals, chemical equipment collection when the problem occurred:

 
  • a. Chemical cleaning acid,

 
  • b. Tank fresh water tap emergency exhaust.

  • c. Acid absorbent plate.

 

At work site, MSDS of all chemicals to be used , and a portable eye wash station shall be located and

  • a. Corrosion- resistant clothing

available at all time in the zone of utilization. Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) for operators:

 
  • b. Gas mask

  • c. Face seal

  • d. Rubber gloves.

 

2.

Leak check and accident prevention:

 
 
  • a. Upon completion of the temporary installation, the system shall be water tested to check for leaks The test pressure shall be maximum pump head discharge pressure with continuous flow.

  • b. PTSC Safety officer shall witness the testing of the temporary facilities.

 
  • c. Upon satisfactory completion of the test, PTSC Safety Officer will endorse the permit to work with corrosive material.

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2 WATER RINSING 3 PICKLING WITH ACID WATER RINSING 4 WATER FLUSHING
2
WATER RINSING
3 PICKLING WITH ACID
WATER RINSING
4
WATER FLUSHING
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5.5 Chemical cleaning steps

5.5.1 Main steps

Main steps of chemical cleaning are shown below:

Main steps of chemical cleaning are shown below:

DEGREASING WITH ALKALINE PASSIVATION/ NEUTRALIZATION DRYING / NITROGEN PURGING

DEGREASING WITH ALKALINE

   
DEGREASING WITH ALKALINE PASSIVATION/ NEUTRALIZATION DRYING / NITROGEN PURGING
DEGREASING WITH ALKALINE PASSIVATION/ NEUTRALIZATION DRYING / NITROGEN PURGING
DEGREASING WITH ALKALINE PASSIVATION/ NEUTRALIZATION DRYING / NITROGEN PURGING

PASSIVATION/ NEUTRALIZATION

   
DEGREASING WITH ALKALINE PASSIVATION/ NEUTRALIZATION DRYING / NITROGEN PURGING

DRYING / NITROGEN PURGING

LEAK TEST & WATER FLUSHING

5.5.2 Brief description of the process

Brief description of the process

See Appendix 2 for a typical layout diagram for connecting a test pack with the chemical cleaning equipment system. DRYING / NITROGEN BLANKET PPLICATION: a nitrogen blanket shall be applied to all chemically cleaned lines and shall be kept at a positive nitrogen pressure until ready for start-up. This positive pressure shall be 10 psig.

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5.6 Specific steps for LEAK TEST & WATER FLUSHING

 

1-1

LEAK TEST & WATER FLUSHING

1-2

CLEANING CIRCUIT FILLING

1-3

CIRCULATION LEAK TEST

NO

 

1-4

WATER FLUSHING COMPLETE/ PUMP STRAINER CLEAN ?

 

YES

 

1-5

PREPARE FOR DEGREASING STEP 2

a. Flow velocity check b. Leakage check

5.6.1 Leak test & water flushing control parameters

Circulation leak check:

Flow velocity check:

checking / recording leakage at cleaning system connection points. 90 - 150 cm/s

5.6.2 Leak test & water flushing acceptance criteria

Leakage:

no leakage at system connection points at the end of Step 1 LEAK TEST & WATER FLUSHING.

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5.6.3 Leak test & water flushing description - Step 1

LEAK TEST & WATER FLUSHING is the first step in preparation for chemical cleaning, to ensure that the system to be treated is leak free after water flushing and prior to degreasing. It will also removes heavy deposits of oils, greases, soils or foreign matter other than mill scale, rust, or rust scale from internal surfaces of the piping system.

This pre-cleaning shall be carried out by circulation method, using tap (potable) water. See Appendix 2 for

typical layout of the system. During Step 1, no chemical shall be injected into the system. Piping to be cleaned will be disconnected or blanked off from mechanical equipment to prevent circulation

of chemicals through bearings, cylinders, oil filter cartridges, instruments, screens and filters. Valves and equipment may be included in the circulation system, provided that their materials are resistant

to chemical solutions involved and prior approval by customer (PTSC & BD POC) is obtained. During flushing, the system shall be packed with the water and no air shall be present in high points.

Use naked eyes to check connection points in the circulation system and look for water leakage (step 1-3). The work shall be immediately suspended to correct any found leaking point. Soap water, dry cloth or similar aids may be used from outside connection points to assist leakage detection. During the flushing operation, if any leak is observed, remedial action shall be taken to stop the leak and flushing shall be continued until the visual inspection of outlet water indicates it has the same appearance of inlet water.

 

During flushing, water flow velocity shall be kept within the range of 90 to 150 cm/s (3 to 4 ft/s), prefererably at 150 cm/s.

2-5 Temperature: Flow velocity: 2-4 NO 2-2 2-1 Cleanliness: pH: Circulation period: 5.7 Specific Revision No.:
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40 - 60 o C
90 - 150 cm/s
4 hours
7 - 9.
YES
b. Wipe test
a.
d.
c.
a. pH check
pH < 8.5 (steps 2-7 only).
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LEAK TEST & WATER FLUSHING COMPLETE
WATER CIRCULATION (40 - 60 o C)
2-3 ALKALINE CLEAN WITH CIRCULATION OF
ALCA SOLUTION FOR 4 HOURS (MAX.)
ALKALINE CLEANNING COMPLETE ?
ALL PARAMETERS STABLE ?
Temperature
Flow velocity check
pH check < 8.5
5.7.1 Degreasing control parameters
2-8 PREPARE TO PICKLE WITH ACID
STEP 3
5.7.2 Degreasing acceptance criteria

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5.7.3 Degreasing description - Step 2

DEGREASING WITH ALKALINE is the second step of chemical cleaning, to ensure that any remaining oil, or grease in the internal of the piping system (the test pack) is cleaned before Step 3 is commenced. All particles are further removed.

 

The chemical used for degreasing has a mild foaming action, adapted to circulation treatment.

 

After flushing the system and chemical bath tank with normal tap water (for carbon piping systems) or clean water of max. 20 ppm of chloride (for stainless steel piping systems), the temperature of the circulation water shall be raised by exchanging heat with a hot oil circuit to 40 - 60 o C. This temperature shall be maintained throughout the treating process.

 

Degreasing chemical shall be mixed into chemical tank (5 - 7%) and circulated through the system to remove grease and oil.

Degreasing chemical: ALCA is a mixture of 10 - 25% potassium hydroxide (KOH), 2.5 - 10% diethanolamide of fat acids, 2.5 - 10% trisodium phosphate (MSDS and Data Sheets attached in Appendix)

 

Treating duration shall be 2 - 4 hours

 

A sample of the degreasing solution sample shall be tested every 30 minutes at the entrance and exit of the system. PTSC and BD POC representative(s) shall witness the analysis.

Visual check: examination will be done by white light or using ultraviolet instrument and supplemented by wipe measure. The solvent will illuminate if it contains oil or grease (with ultraviolet).

Step 2-5: neutralization to achieve pH 7 - 9 shall be by adding ALCA.

 

Wipes will be kept as an evidence of the progress of the degreasing step. When the wipe test shows no traces of oil, the degreasing process is deemed completed.

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DEGREASING COMPLETE
3-1 FILLING CIRCUIT WITH WATER
HOT WATER CIRCULATION (40 - 50 o C)
Temperature check
3-3 ACIDS + INHIBITOR FEED (ADD ARA 400).
CIRCULATION (40 - 50 o C) UNTIL IRON STABLE
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3-4 PICKLING COMPLETE ?
ALL PARAMETERS STABLE ?
Fe ++ion check (+/- 10% Fe ion
readings after 3 consecutive
readings means iron removal is
completed)
3-6 DRAIN OUT. SEND TO NEUTRALIZED TANK
Cleanliness check,
ISO 4406:1999
pH check 7-9
3-8 PREPARE TO PASSIVATION
STEP 4
Pickling control parameters
checking / recording in accordance with ISO 4406:1999 (steps 3-4 only)
40 - 50 o C
90 - 150 cm/s
600 - 2500 ppm (step 3-4)
3.5 - 4.5 (steps 3-4); 7 - 9 (step 3-7)
Pickling acceptance criteria
Code 17/15/12, ISO 4406:1999 (equiv. NAS 1638 class 6) for the piping
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c.
pH check
b.
a.
Leak check
c.
YES
systems (step 3-7 only).
b.
a.
a.
5.8.1
Date:
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Cleanliness:
5.8.2
pH:
Fe ion content:
3-2
Temperature:
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5.8.3 Pickling description - Step 3

 

PICKLING WITH ACID is the third step of chemical cleaning, to ensure cleaning of rust and scale without causing any damage to the circuit and specially valves, more sensitive to acid than the pipes.

 

Prior to adding acid cleaning chemical, heated water shall be circulated (steps 3-1 and 3-2) in the system to re-check for any leakage on the flanges, temporary bypass hook-ups and all hose connections. All solutions during the recirculation sequence shall be filtered. Full flow filters or equipment shall be equipped with corrosion-resistant screens capable of removing particles that are 4 micrometers or more in diameter.

Acid chemical must be tested on samples of pipes to see effectiveness of cleaning and protective against further corrosion.

 

Carbon steel piping systems: The chosen pickling product is ARA 400 (MSDS and Manufacturer Data Sheets attached in Appendix 1). ARA 400 consists of 2% glycolic acid, 2.5% citric acid, and 40% phosphoric acid. This product has a mild corrosive action, enough to remove remaining rust and scale without damaging pipe internal part. It also include a corrosion inhibitor (0.5%) and 1% non-ionic

 
 

surfactant in order to ease the effect of the acids. Water used for Step 3 shall be clean tap water. Acid concentration is maintained from 5 to 7%. Neutralization to pH 7 - 9 shall be by adding ALCA (Step 3-5) of 2% concentration.

Stainless steel piping systems: ARA 400 is also chosen for pickling of the stainless piping systems. Water used for Step 3 shall be clean de-mineralized water containing maximum 20 ppm of chloride. The acid concentration is maintained from 7 to 20%. Neutralization to pH 7 - 9 shall be by adding ALCA of 2% concentration (Step 3-5).

Treating duration: 4 hours for carbon steel piping systems; 2 hours for stainless steel piping systems.

 

Check frequency (Step 3-4): every 30 minutes.

A sample coupon shall be placed inside the chemical mixing bath tank to evaluate the effectiveness of the cleaning process. Sample coupons shall be inspected after completion of each stage of the cleaning process.

1. The descaling solution sample shall be analyzed every hour. PTSC and BD POC representative shall witness the analysis process.

2. Check sample coupon effectiveness of cleaning.

 

Wipes will be introduced at key areas in order to verify effectiveness of the descaling and de-rusted process. After one hour, 1 hour and half, two hours, three and four if necessary.

 

Inspection of the test pack at the end of pickling process (Step 3-7) should look for the following indication of acceptance criteria for cleanliness at location of re-entry into pickling tank: cleanliness of 17/15/12 scale, ISO 4406:1999 (equiv. NAS 1638 class 6) for the treated piping systems. To confirm the effectiveness of the cleaning, the first test pack will be chemically cleaned with a pipe coupon installed

(representing the actual pipe of the test pack). At step 3-7, this coupon will be removed from the cleaning circuit for checking of internal surface cleanliness.

Important note: If iron content difference between beginning and during the pickling process (when testing is carried out, Step 3-4) exceeds 5,000 ppm (or 5,000 mg/L), the pickling shall immediately be stopped and the acid mixture be drained from the system followed by proper rinsing until pH of 7 - 8 is reached. Then the type and concentration of acids and inhibitor shall be changed. Approval of the change by customer representative shall be obtained prior to resumption of acid pickling. This situation rarely happens in practice with new piping systems.

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40 - 50 o C (Step 4-2)
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4-5 MAINTAIN PARAMETERS
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5.9.2 Passivation / Neutralization acceptance criteria
5.9.1 Passivation / Neutralization control parameters
HOT WATER CIRCULATION (40 - 50 o C)
PICKLING COMPLETE
Temperature check
a. Temperature check
b. Flow velocity check
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5.9.3 Passivation / Neutralization description - Step 4

PASSIVATION / NEUTRALIZATION is the fourth step of chemical cleaning, to ensure:

 
 
  • 1. That traces of chemicals used in previous steps are removed from internal surface of carbon steel piping systems, or

 
  • 2. That a passive protective layer of chromium oxide is re-created on the internal surface of stainless steel piping systems

For carbon steel piping systems: ALCA of 2% internal surface of the pipes.

is used to neutralize the remaining chemicals on the

 

For stainless steel piping systems: As the passivation chemical, ALCA of 12 - 40% shall be used. This concentration is especially designed to passivate stainless steel.

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5.10 Nitrogen purging and preservation

 

Inert gas purging and preservation shall be utilized shall normally be nitrogen.

carried out as

follow. The inert gas

 

5.7.1

Isolate the system by closing the identified valves, blinds, etc.

These will

be identified on

system P

& ID or isometric drawing.

 

5.7.2

Determine one or more connections to

be

used for the introduction of nitrogen into the

system. Nitrogen (slightly lighter than air) should be introduced at

a

lower elevation to

promote mixing with the air. Multiple injection locations should be considered

 

for

complex

 

systems.

5.7.3

Introduce nitrogen into the system and pressure the system to approximately 50 psig.

This

and

pressure should be maintained for air

one

to three hours

to

allow mixing of

the

inert gas

to

take place.

 

5.7.4

Open one or more blow down valves to depressurize the system to ambient conditions.

Blow down valves

should also be

located at low

points in

 

the system to promote the

removal of free water

and stratified air.

Blow down valve locations should be

different

from

 

pressurization locations if possible.

 

5.7.5

Repressure the

system to

10 psig.

Isolate and

seal the

system.

 

5.7.6

Periodically monitor the system pressure. A positive system pressure should be

maintained.

 
 

Repressure the system if necessary.

 

5.7.7

PTSC / BD POC Representative shall witness the

purging process and daily to

ensure

the

 

positive system pressure is maintained.

 

5.7.8

Preservation lines which contain preservation Nitrogen shall be identified with warning

tag.

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6.0
INSPECTION
6.10
The sample coupons will be the inspected to evaluate the effectiveness of the chemical.
6.11
The pipe opens ends, where treatment accessible shall be visually inspected and the pipe
internal surfaces checked to ensure they are free from any trace of contamination.
7.0
SPECIAL REQUIREMENT
7.1
Disposal of waste liquids
7.1.1
The waste liquids used shall be treated in accordance with the environmental
regulations
only‐waste water with a
pH 6‐9
may be
disposed to the
designated drain pit.
7.1.2
Connect the neutralization pump outlet to the waste discharge outlet.
7.1.3
Inject the neutralization chemical into waste chemical discharge line to mix with the
waste
chemical before discharge to drain pit.
7.1.4
Monitor the
pH value
and
adjust the
pH value
to
7
at
discharge point. The pH
value
will
be
witnessed by PTSC Safety officer.
7.2
Safety requirement for chemical cleaning
7.2.1
The cleaning area shall
be
barricaded off to unauthorized personnel and a warning
notice
"Danger‐Chemical Cleaning In Progress‐Keep Out" ‐must be displayed at all
approaches to
the area of operations.
7.2.2
Cleaning personnel must know how to stop cleaning operations immediately in case of
any
emergency.
7.2.3
Cleaning agents, inhibitors and other chemicals shall be transported in closed marked
containers.
7.2.4
All personnel engaged in chemical cleaning shall wear, as appropriate, protective
gloves,
goggles, boots, chemically resistant suit, a face mask and suitable respiratory
.
7.2.5
A supply of eye wash solution shall be available in a prominentlydisplayed cabinet.
7.2.6
A supply of running water shall be available for immediate use.
7.2.7
Arrangements for the safe and legal disposal of cleaning agents shall be made.
7.2.8
The cleaning circuit shall be tested for leaks before any cleaning agent is introduced.
7.2.9
Before any chemical is
introduced into the cleaning circuit, an adequate supply of
neutralizing agent, where appropriate, shall be at hand for emergency use.
7.2.10
Provisions for complete draining of equipment must be provided.
7.2.11
Dead‐leg which would prevent neutralization must be catered for before

introduction of

cleaning fluid.

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8.0 RECORD

  • 8.1 A Chemical cleaning package identifying the piping system to be chemically treated shall contain the following:

 

Marked up

  • 8.1.1 P

&

IDs

/

treated.

All

or

blinds, fill

and

drain points shall be identified.

  • 8.2 The Chemical Cleaning Report shall be made up as follow:

 
  • 8.2.1 Leak Test & Water Flushing Records.

  • 8.2.2 Degreasing Records.

 
  • 8.2.3 Acid Pickling Records.

 
  • 8.2.4 Neutralization / Passivation Records.

 
  • 8.2.5 Nitrogen Blanket Pressure Check Record.

isometrics identifying the boundary limit of the systems to be

APPENDIX 1

CHEMICALS MSDS & DATA SHEETS

Page : 1

MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEET

ALCA

Revision nr : 3 Date : 1 / 26 / 2009

Supersedes : 12 / 7 / 2007

11.033

C

C - Corrosive

  • 1. Identification of the product and the company Trade name Type of productf Company identification

 

: ALCA

Streamlining for cleanings heavy scheme it in high pressure. See product bulletin for detailed information.

: Société Caral B.P. N° 452 F-27204 VERNON CEDEX France Tel : +33 (0) 2 32 52 42 60 - Fax: +33 (0) 2 32 52 26 74 Mail : fds@caral.fr

  • 2. Hazards identification

Risk Phrases

: Causes severe burns.

  • 3. Information on ingredients

This product is considered to be hazardous and contains hazardous components.

Substance name

Potassium hydroxide

:

Diéthanolamide d'acides gras

:

Trisodium phosphate, 12 H2O

:

Potassium cocoate

:

Nitrilotrimethylenetris(phosphonic

acid)

:

Other informationf

Value(s)

CAS nr

EINECS nr

EC index

Classification

10

to 25 %

1310-58-3

215-181-3

019-002-00-8

Xn; R22

 

C; R35

2.5

to 10 %

-----

-----

-----

Xi; R38-41

2.5

to 10 %

7601-54-9

231-509-8

E 339 III

Xi; R36/38

< 2.5 %

61789-30-8

263-049-9

-----

Xi; R36/38

< 2.5 %

6419-19-8

229-146-5

-----

Xi; R36/38

Free from ethoxylate nonylphenol.

  • 4. First aid measures

  • - Skin contact

: Take off contaminated clothing. Immediately flush the contact area with plenty of water. If soreness persists or if contamination is wide, consult a doctor.

  • - Eye contactf

:é Rinse immediately with plenty of water. Contact ophthalmologist immediately.

  • - Ingestion

:

Rinse mouth. Do not neither get to drink nor induce vomiting. Notify immedialtely a doctor. If possible show this sheet, if not available show packaging or label.

  • 5. Fire - fighting measures

Flammable class

:

Not flammable.

If product is involved in a fire

:

All extinguishing media can be used. Do not enter fire area without proper protective equipment, including respiratory protection. Collect extinguishing water, do not drain it off in sewer pipe or natural waterways.

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MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEET

ALCA

Page : 2

Revision nr : 3 Date : 1 / 26 / 2009

Supersedes : 12 / 7 / 2007

11.033

  • 6. Accidental release measures

Personal precautions Environmental precautions

After spillage and/or leakage

Cleaning method

: Wear suitable personal protection equipment.

: Prevent entry to sewers and public waters. Notify authorities if product enters sewers or public waters.

: Mop up liquid with inert absobent material and dipose of contaminated material as waste in accordance with §13.

: Finish by flushing residue with large amount of water. If necessary, neutralize with diluted acidic aqueous solution.

  • 7. Handling and storage

Handling

: Inform personnel of product risks and cares to be enforced. Avoid skin or eyes contacts. Do not smoke, drink or eat during the use. Beware of dripping and spilling which can make the ground sliding.

Storage

: Store in dry, cool, well-ventilated area. Store well away from strong Acids Locales floor should be waterprof and should constitute a retention basin in order to hold down possible outflow.

Wrapping material

: Polyethylene

  • 8. Exposure controls / personal protection

Personal protection

-

Hand protection

-

Eye protection

-

Others

Industrial hygiene

Occupational Exposure Limits

8 = @

: Use rubber gloves.

: Safety glasses.

: Protection clothes

: Emergency eye wash fountains and safety showers should be available in the immediate vicinity of any potential exposure. Local exhaust and general ventilation must be adequate to meet exposure standards.

: Potassium hydroxide : VLE [mg/m3] : 2 (2-methoxymethylethoxy)propanol : VME [mg/m3] : 308

  • 9. Physical and chemical properties

 

Physical state

: Liquid

Colour

: Dark

Odour

: Odourless

pH value (concentrated product)

:

14

pH value in distilled water Initial boiling point [°C]

:

solution à 10% : 13,3 : 100

Density Solubility in water Flash point [°C]

: 1.20 : Complete : Not applicable.

10.

Stability and reactivity

Stability

:

Stabile product in normal use and storage conditions.

Risk of violent reactions

:

In case of mixing with Strong acids .

Materials to avoidf

:é Aluminium (Al) - Attack with clearing of inflammable gaseous hydrogen.

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Date : 1 / 26 / 2009

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11.

Toxicological information

 

On product

-

Skin contact

-

Eye contactf

aftereffects).

 

-

Fortuitous ingestion

12.

Ecological information

 

On product

On ingredients

13.

Disposal considerations

 

Disposal

14.

Transport information

 

Hazard Label(s)

Shipping name

-

UN No.

-

H.I. nr :

-

ADR/RID

 

Other

15.

Regulatory information

 

Labelling

Symbol(s)

Contains

R Phrase(s)

S Phrase(s)

16.

Other information

Text of R-Phrases in § 2

: Risk of serious local caustic injuries if decontamination is not quickly done.

:é Oculomotor attacks can be particularly serious (iritis, glaucoma, or even of disabling

:

Can lead to hepato-digestive reaches and serious respiratory problems.

:

Contained phosphate ions (less than 5 %) capable of developping enrichment of water.

:

Surfactant(s) easily biodegradable, according to CE regulation n°648/2004. • Potassium hydroxide : CL50-fish [mg/l] : 80

• Nitrilotrimethylenetris(phosphonic acid) : CL50-fish [mg/l] :

> 250

:

Dispose in a safe manner in accordance with local/national regulations. Avoid release to the environment.

Before waste pipe disposal, neutralise effluents at 5.5<pH<8.5.

{ UN1814 HYDROXYDE DE POTASSIUM EN SOLUTION, 8, II
1814

:

:

:

80

Group : II

Class : 8

LQ 22

:

:

: According to working laws. : C-Corrosive. : Potassium hydroxide : R35 : Causes severe burns.

: S26 : In case of contact with eyes, rinse immediately with plenty of water and seek medical advice. S27 : Take off immediately all contaminated clothing. S36/37/39 : Wear suitable protective clothing, gloves and eye/face protection. S45 : In case of accident or if you feel unwell, seek medical advice immediately ( show the label when possible).

:

R22 : Harmful if swallowed. R35 : Causes severe burns. R36/38 :

Irritating to eyes and skin. R38 :

Irritating to skin. R41 : Risk of serious damage to eyes.

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Revision nr : 3

Date : 1 / 26 / 2009

Supersedes : 12 / 7 / 2007

11.033

  • 16. Other information (continued)

Revision date

: All section were verified at emission date of this document.

The contents and format of this MSDS are in accordance with EEC Commission Directive 2001/58/EC.

DISCLAIMER OF LIABILITY The information in this MSDS was obtained from sources which we believe are reliable. However, the information is provided without any warranty, express or implied, regarding its correctness. The conditions or methods of handling, storage, use or disposal of the product are beyond our control and may be beyond our knowledge. For this and other reasons, we do not assume responsibility and expressly disclaim liability for loss, damage or expense arising out of or in any way connected with the handling, storage, use or disposal of the product. This MSDS was prepared and is to be used only for this product. If the product is used as a component in another product, this MSDS information may not be applicable.

End of document

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TECHNICAL DATASHEET

ALCA

DEGREASER FOR HIGH PRESSURE HEAVY CLEANING REF.

11.033

DESCRIPTION

ALCA is a degreaser for heavy cleaning jobs with high pressure machine. ALCA contains powerful alcalin detergents that eliminates mudd,oil,grease ALCA , over-active, shows an economical dosing. It contains an anti-limescale agent that prevents scaling of the device and chalky deposits on treated surfaces. ALCA contains also a corrosion inhibitor that temporarily protects iron during and after cleaning. ALCA is a bit foaming and is easily rinsed.

MAIN SCOPE OF APPLICATION

All heavy work with high pressure : engines, frames.

Degreaser of steel and iron metal sheet before painting

Degreasing of floors of garages and workshops

Neutralizes acids

PROCEDURE OF USE

Pour ALCA in the product tank and adjust flow and pressure in order to have a 2% concentration at the hose or nozzle. After the cleaning operation, rinse with all with water. ALCA suits all high pressure cleaners :cold or hot water, or even steam.

PHYSICO-CHEMICAL PROPERTIES

aspect :

dark blue liquid

smell :

none

density at 20°C :

1,2

pH at

2%:

12,5

Not flammable Bio degradable surfactants by over 90% Contains caustic potassium Nonylphenol ethoxyle free

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27204 Vernon cedex FRANCE Tel +33 232 524 260 fax +33 232 522

674

website : www.caral.fr email : caral@caral.fr

MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEET

ARA 400

Page : 1

Revision nr : 1

Date : 12 / 21 / 2011

Supersedes : 0 / 0 / 0

VIETNAM-2

  • 1. Identification of the substance/mixture and of the company/undertaking

    • 1.1. Product identifier

Trade name

Use

: ARA 400

: For professional use only.

  • 1.2. Relevant identified uses of the substance or mixture and uses advised against

Type of product

: rust cleaner/descaler

  • 1.3. Details of the supplier of the safety data sheet

Company identification

  • 1.4. Emergency telephone

number

Emergency phone nr

  • 2. Hazards identification

: Société Caral 5 rue du fond du val F-27600 SAINT PIERRE LA GARENNE France Tel : +33 (0) 2 32 52 42 60 - Fax: +33 (0) 2 32 52 26 74

: Centre anti- poison ORFILA 01 45 42 59 59

  • 2.1. Classification of the substance or mixture

Classification EC 67/548

or EC 1999/45

 

:

C; R34

Hazard Class and Category Code Regulation EC 1272/2008 (CLP)

• Health hazards

  • 2.2. Label elements

Labelling EC 67/548 or EC 1999/45

Symbol(s)

: Skin corrosion - Category 1B - Danger (CLP : Skin Corr. 1B) Serious eye damage - Category 1 - Danger

: C-Corrosive. : R34 : Causes burns.

: S26 : In case of contact with eyes, rinse immediately with plenty of water and seek medical advice. S36/37/39 : Wear suitable protective clothing, gloves and eye/face protection. S45 :

R Phrase(s) S Phrase(s)

  • 2.3. Other hazards

None under normal conditions.

In case of accident or if you feel unwell, seek medical advice immediately ( show the label when possible).

  • 3. Composition/information on ingredients

Substance name

TENSIO ACTIF NON IONIQUE

Phosphoric acid

%

:

:

Value(s)

CAS nr

EINECS nr

EC index

REACH

Classification

< 1 %

68439-46-3

-----

-----

-----

Xn; R22

 

Xi; R41

< 35 %

7664-38-2

231-633-2

015-011-00-6

-----

C; R34

 

Skin Corr. 1B

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  • 3. Composition/information on ingredients (continued)

Substance name

ACIDE HYDROXYACETIQUE

ACIDE CITRIC

 

Value(s)

CAS nr

EINECS nr

EC index

REACH

Classification

:

< 5 %

79-14-1

-----

-----

-----

Xi; R36/37/38

< 5 %

79-14-1

-----

-----

-----

Xi; R36/37/38

:

  • 4. First aid measures

    • 4.1. Description of first aid measures

General case

: In case of doubt, or lasting symptoms, call the doctor.

  • - Skin contact

: Take off contaminated clothing. Wash with a lot of water for 15 minutes. If soreness persists or if contamination is wide, consult a doctor.

  • - Eye contact

: Rinse immediately and abundantly with water by separating anat eyelids during 15 minutes at least. Consult specialist.

  • 4.2. Most important symptoms and effects, both acute and delayed

No data available.

  • 4.3. Indication of any immediate medical attention and special treatment needed

    • - massive inhalation

    • - accidental ingestion

: Assure fresh air breathing. Allow the victim to rest.

: Don't give a drink neither try to sicken. Warn immediately a doctor. If possible show this sheet, if not available show packaging or label.

5. Fire-fighting measures

  • 5.1. Extinguishing media

Extinguishing media

: All extinguishing media can be used.

  • 5.2. Special hazards arising from the substance or mixture

If product is involved in a fire

  • 5.3. Advice for fire-fighters

Flammable class

: Intervening parties will wear self-contained and insulating respiratory protection. Collect extinguishing water, do not drain it off in sewer pipe or natural waterways.

: Not flammable.

  • 6. Accidental release measures

    • 6.1. Personal precautions, protective equipment and emergency procedures

Personal precautions

  • 6.2. Environmental precautions

Environmental precautions

: Wear recommended personal protective equipment.

: Prevent entry to sewers and public waters. Notify authorities if product enters sewers or public waters.

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6.3.

Methods and material for containment and cleaning up

After spillage and/or leakage : Mop up liquid with inert absobent material and dipose of contaminated material in containers specially alloted for this purpose, before later destruction. Cleaning method : Finish by flushing residue with large amount of water. If necessary, neutralize withdi luted basic aqueous solution. In case of important sloughing : Dike for recovery or absorb with appropriate material.

6.4.

Reference to other sections

 

No data available.

 
 

7.

Handling and storage

 

7.1.

Precautions for safe handling

Handling : Inform personnel of product risks and cares to be enforced. Avoid skin or eyes contacts. Do not smoke, drink or eat during the use.

7.2.

Conditions for safe storage, including any incompatibilities

Storage : Close cover tightly after use. Store well away from strong Alkaline . Store in dry, cool, well-ventilated area. Locales floor should be waterprof and should constitute a retention basin in order to hold down possible outflow. Wrapping material : Polyethylene

7.3.

Specific end use(s)

 

No data available.

 
 

8.

Exposure controls / personal protection

 

8.1.

Control parameters

Occupational Exposure Limits : Phosphoric acid ...

%

: VME [mg/m3] : 1

Phosphoric acid ...

%

%

: VLE [mg/m3] : 2

Phosphoric acid ...

: Persistence and degradability

8.2.

Exposure controls

 

Personal protection

 

-

Eye protection : Chemical goggles or face shield with safety glasses.

-

Hand protection : Use rubber gloves.

 

-

Others : Protection clothes

Industrial hygiene : Emergency eye wash fountains and safety showers should be available in the

immediate vicinity of any potential exposure. Provide local exhaust or general room ventilation.

 

9.

Physical and chemical properties

 

9.1.

Information on basic physical and chemical properties

• Appearance Physical state : Limpid liquid Colour : clear pink • Odour Odour : Weak • Odour threshold : No data available. • pH pH value (concentrated product) : < 2 • Melting point / Freezing point • Initial boiling point - boiling range • Flash point Flash point [°C] : Not applicable.

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• Evaporation rate : No data available. • Flammability : No data available. • Explosion limits (lower - upper) : No data available. • Vapour pressure : No data available. • Vapour density : No data available. • Relative density Density : 1.29 • Solubility Solubility in water : Complete • Partition coefficient : n-octanol / : No data available. water • Auto-ignition temperature : No data available. • Thermal decomposition : No data available. • Viscosity • Explosive Properties : No data available. • Oxidising properties : No data available.

10. Stability and reactivity Stabile product in normal use and storage conditions. 10.1 Possibility of hazardous
10.
Stability and reactivity
Stabile product in normal use and storage conditions.
10.1
Possibility of hazardous reactions
Risk of violent reactions : In case of mixing with Strong alkalis .
10.2
Conditions to avoid
Keep away from heat.
Protect from freezing.
10.3
Incompatible materials
No data available.
Materials to avoid : Metals -
10.4
Hazardous decomposition products
No data available.
11.
Toxicological information
11.1.
Information on toxicological effects
-
Inhalation : High level concentrations : Irritation of the respiratory tract and the other mucous
membranes.
-
Skin contact : Risk of serious local caustic injuries if decontamination is not quickly done.
-
Eye contact : Possibility of incapacitating relapses if decontamination is not quickly done.
-
Fortuitous ingestion : Mouth, sternum and epigastric pains. Bloody vomitings . May cause burns or
irritation of the linings of the mouth, throat, and gastrointestinal tract.
Undesirable human health effects
12.
Ecological information
12.1.
Toxicity
On product : Outflow in waste pipe and waterway must be avoid.
On ingredients : Surfactant(s) easily biodegradable, according to CE regulation n°648/2004.
• Phosphoric acid ...
%
: Persistence and degradability
12.2.
Persistence - degradability
No data available.
12.3.
Bioaccumulative potential
No data available.
12.4.
Mobility in soil
No data available.
12.5.
Results of PBT and vPvB assessment
No data available.
12.6.
Other adverse effects
No data available.

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13. Disposal considerations 13.1. Waste treatment methods Disposal : Dispose of this material and its container
13.
Disposal considerations
13.1.
Waste treatment methods
Disposal : Dispose of this material and its container at hazardous or special waste collection
point.
Before waste pipe disposal, neutralise effluents at 5.5<pH<8.5.
Dispose in a safe manner in accordance with local/national regulations.
14.
Transport information
14.1.
UN Number
General information
-
UN No. : 3264
14.2.
Proper shipping name
Shipping name : UN3264 LIQUIDE INORGANIQUE CORROSIF, ACIDE, N.S.A., 8, III, (E)
-
Proper shipping name : UN3264 LIQUIDE INORGANIQUE CORROSIF, ACIDE, N.S.A., 8, III, (E)
-
Proper shipping name : CORROSIVE LIQUID, ACIDIC, INORGANIC, N.O.S.
14.3.
Transport Hazard Classification
Hazard Label(s) : 8
Land transport
-
ADR/RID : Group : III
Class : 8
-
H.I. nr : : 80
-
ADR Class : 8
Sea transport
-
IMDG : Class 8
-
IMDG-Marine pollution : YES
EMS-Nr : F-A S-B
Air transport
-
-
ICAO/IATA : Packaging instructions cargo : 820
Packaging instructions passenger: 818
-
IATA : 8
14.4.
Packing group
-
ADR Packing group : III
LQ 7
IMO Packing group : III
IATA Packing group : III
14.5.
Environmental hazards
voir 14.3
voir 14.3
14.6.
Special precautions for user
No data available.
Other
: LQ 7
14.7.
Bulk transport - annex II Marpol 73/78 - IBC
Not applicable.
Not applicable.

Société Caral

5 rue du fond du val F-27600 SAINT PIERRE LA GARENNE France Tel : +33 (0) 2 32 52 42 60 - Fax: +33 (0) 2 32 52 26 74

 

15.

Regulatory information

 

15.1.

Safety, health and environmental regulations/legislation specific for the substance or mixture

 
 

Ensure all national/local regulations are observed. Labelling : According to working laws. Labelling Regulation EC 1272/2008 (CLP) • Hazard pictograms

 

• Signal words : Danger • Hazard pictograms code : SGH05 • Hazard statements : H314 - Causes severe skin burns and eye damage. • Precautionary statements

 

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Prevention : P260 - Do not breathe dust/fume/gas/mist/vapours/spray.

P264 - Wash … thoroughly after handling. P280 - Wear protective gloves/protective clothing/eye protection/face protection.

Response : P301+P330+P331+P310+P321 - IF SWALLOWED : Rinse mouth. Do NOT induce vomiting. Immediately call a POISON CENTER or doctor. Specific treatment.

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P303+P361+P352 - IF ON SKIN (or hair) : Remove immediately all contaminated clothing. Wash with plenty of soap and water.

P304+P340+P310+P320 - IF INHALED : Remove to fresh air and keep at rest in a position comfortable for breathing. Immediately call a POISON CENTER or doctor. Specific treatment is urgent. P305+P351+P338+P310+P321 - IF IN EYES : Rinse cautiously with water for several minutes. Remove contact lenses, if present and easy to do. Continue rinsing. Immediately call a POISON CENTER or doctor. Specific treatment. P363 - Wash contaminated clothing before reuse.

Storage : P235 - Keep cool. P405 - Store locked up.

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Disposal considerations : P501C - Dispose of this material and its container to hazardous or special waste collection point, in accordance with local, regional, national and/or international

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regulation.

15.2.

Chemical Safety Assessment

No data available.

 
 

16.

Other information

 

Revision date : All section were verified at emission date of this document.

 

Text of R-Phrases in § 3 : R22 : Harmful if swallowed. R34 : Causes burns. R36/37/38 : Irritating to eyes, respiratory system and skin. R41 : Risk of serious damage to eyes. Text of H-Phrases in § 3 : H314 - Causes severe skin burns and eye damage. Note : Fiche de Sécurité éditée selon réglement UE n° 453/2 010 du 20/05/2010 modifiant le réglement CE n° 1907/2006

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Société Caral

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TECHNICAL DOCUMENTATION

ARA 400

REF. 11.115 Cleaning STEEL

PRODUCT TYPE

ARA 400 is designed for cleaning rust and scale on all kind of steel without mechanical intervention for process that needs acid. ARA 400 takes effect alone, requiring no laborious and armful operations. It is formulated to clean rust and scale on steel even with high grade carbon. It includes a corrosion inhibitor that temporaly protects sensitive surface. It contains additives for fast and total cleaning of oxides, as well as sequestration of dissolved metal ions. ARA is designed to fit internationnal regulation to protect environment, international standards and U.S National Nitrate

compliance.

MAIN APPLICATIONS

Steel cleaning, rust removal, descaling.

INSTRUCTIONS FOR USE

Dilute ARA 400 in water from 5 % to about 20% then spray on and wait till rust and scale has disapear. operation if necessary. Rinse with clear water in order to neutralize PH.

Renew

By diping, dilution of 7% is normally enough. Visual evalutaion should be done every 15 minutes in order to guaranty good results. Rinse.

PHYSICAL CHEMICAL PROPERTIES

aspect odour at 20°C pH at 20 % active ingredient content surface stress at 20°C

: pink liquid : mild density : 1.29 : approx. 1.5 : 60% : 31 dynes/cm (at 20 % in hard water)

non-flammable - Surface-active agents biodegradable at over 90% - contain phosphoric acid. exempt from hydro-fluoric, hydrochloric

and nitric acid

approved for food contact (bylaw of 08/09/99) FREE OF NONYLPHENOLS OR OCTYLPHENOL ETHOXYLATES

Q - Caral is the Trademark of Avco Caral Co., Ltd. All rights reserved. Office: 28Phan Liem Street, Dakao Ward, District 1, HoChiMinh City Tel: 08.38208940 - Fax: 08.38208943 - Email: cs@qcaral.com.vn Factory: Avco Vietnam - Road No.2, Nhon Trach I IP, Nhon Trach Dist, Dong Nai Province. Tel: (84) 613 569 711/12 - Fax: (84) 613 569 713

APPENDIX 2

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APPENDIX 3

REPORT FORMS (RECORDS)

LEAK TEST & WATER FLUSHING RECORD

Project Name

BIEN DONG-1 Project - EPCI of Hai Thach PQP, Hai Thach WHP and Pipelines

 

Client

PTSC M&C / BIEN DONG POC

Report number

Job Number

Date

Drawing number Test Pack Number

Page

of

  • 1. TOTAL WATER VOLUME

LITERS

PIPE MATERIAL: CS

SS

(TICK IF APPLICABLE)

  • 2. RECORD ON EVERY 30 MINUTES OF CIRCULATION FOR TWO HOURS, EXCLUDING LEAKAGE CORRECTION TIME, IF ANY.

 

No.

HOURS/MINUTES

FLOW VELOCITY [CM/S]]

LEAKAGE [Y/N]

REMARKS

Prepared By:

Witnessed By

Witnessed By

Approved by

ALPHA ECC

PTSC M&C

BIEN DONG POC

Name:

Signature:

Date:

DEGREASING RECORD

Project Name

BIEN DONG-1 Project - EPCI of Hai Thach PQP, Hai Thach WHP and Pipelines

ClentPTSC M&C / BIEN DONG POCi

Report number

Job Number

Date

Drawing number Test Pack Number

Page

of

  • 1. TOTAL WATER VOLUME

LITERS

PIPE

MATERIAL: CS

(TICK IF APPLICABLE)

  • 2. ALCA CHEMICAL WEIGHT

KGS

PIPE

MATERIAL: SS

(TICK IF APPLICABLE)

  • 3. RECORD ON EVERY 30 MINUTES OF CIRCULATION OF THE DEGREASING SOLUTION

No.

HOURS/MINUTES

TEMPERATURE [ o C]

FLOW VELOCITY [CM/S]]

ALKALINITY [pH]

OIL TRACE BY WIPE TEST [Y/N]

REMARKS

  • 4. LAST pH (step 2-7) AT RINSING WITH WATER IS:

Prepared By:

ALPHA ECC

Name:

Signature:

Date:

Witnessed By

PTSC M&C

Witnessed By

Approved by

BIEN DONG POC

ACID PICKLING RECORD

 

Project Name

BIEN DONG-1 Project - EPCI of Hai Thach PQP, Hai Thach WHP and Pipelines

Client

PTSC M&C / BIEN DONG POC

 

Report number

Job Number

Date

Drawing number Test Pack Number

Page

  • 1. TOTAL WATER VOLUME

 

LITERS

PIPE

  • 2. ARA 400 CHEMICAL WEIGHT

KGS

PIPE

  • 3. RECORD ON EVERY 30 MINUTES OF CIRCULATION OF THE PICKLING SOLUTION

 

No.

HOURS/MINUTES

TEMPERATURE [ o C]

FLOW VELOCITY [CM/S]]

ALKALINITY [pH]

Fe IONS [ppm[

4. LAST ISO 4406:1999 CODE AT RINSING WITH WATER (Step 3-7) IS:

Prepared By:

ALPHA ECC

Name:

Signature:

Date:

Witnessed By

PTSC M&C

/

/

Witnessed By

of

MATERIAL: CS

(TICK IF APPLICABLE)

MATERIAL: SS

(TICK IF APPLICABLE)

ISO 4406:1999 CODE

REMARKS

/

/

/

/

/

/

/

/

/

/

/

/

/

/

/

/

 

Approved by

BIEN DONG POC

NEUTRALIZATION / PASSIVATION RECORD

Project Name

BIEN DONG-1 Project - EPCI of Hai Thach PQP, Hai Thach WHP and Pipelines

Client

PTSC M&C / BIEN DONG POC

Report number

Job Number

Date

Drawing number Test Pack Number

Page

of

  • 1. TOTAL WATER VOLUME

  • 2. ARA 400 CHEMICAL WEIGHT

LITERS

KGS

  • 3. RECORD ON EVERY 30 MINUTES OF CIRCULATION OF THE NEUTRALIZATION / PASSIVATION SOLUTION No.

HOURS/MINUTES

TEMPERATURE [ o C]

FLOW VELOCITY [CM/S]]

ALKALINITY [pH]

  • 4. LAST pH AT MAINTAIN PARAMETERS (Step 4-5) IS:

Prepared By:

ALPHA ECC

Name:

Witnessed By

PTSC M&C

Witnessed By

PIPE

MATERIAL: CS

(TICK IF APPLICABLE)

PIPE

MATERIAL: SS

(TICK IF APPLICABLE)

 

REMARKS

Approved by

BIEN DONG POC

Signature:

Date:

NITROGEN BLANKET PRESSURE CHECK RECORD

Project Name

BIEN DONG-1 Project - EPCI of Hai Thach PQP, Hai Thach WHP and Pipelines

 

Client

PTSC M&C / BIEN DONG POC

Report number

Job Number

Date

Page

of

No.

TEST PACK No.

LINE No.

DATE

PRESSURE [PSIG]

CHECKED BY PTSC M& C (SIGNED)

CHECKED BY BD POC (SIGNED)

Prepared By:

Witnessed By

Witnessed By

ALPHA ECC

PTSC M&C

Name:

Signature:

Date:

REMARKS

Approved by

BIEN DONG POC

APPENDIX 4

ORGANIZATIONAL CHART

BIEN DONG PETROLEUM OPERATING COMPANY - BIEN DONG-1 PROJECT EPCI OF HAI THACH PQP, HAI THACH WHP AND PIPELINES PTSC M&C/ALPHA ECC

BD POC

SITE MANAGER Tran Linh Khang

CHEMICAL CLEANING SUPERVISOR Trinh Ngoc Nghi

SAFETY OFFICER

  • L Troy DeFelioe

QUALITY

CONTROLLER

Nguyen Gia Phong

CHEMICAL TEAM LEADER Vincent Trias

EQUIPMENT TEAM LEADER Le Minh Long

ANALYST

Tran Tuan Thanh

TREATMENT OFFICER Tran Quoc Tuyen

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EQUIPMENT OPERATOR Nguyen Van Chuc

EQUIPMENT OPERATOR

Nguyen Quang Hoa