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Post on Dec 1. It is an organisation of substantial purchasers and users of engineering products, whose members include leading national and multinational companies in the petroleum, gas, chemical and energy industries, and engineering contractors that provide services to those companies.
A list of Full and Associate Members the latter being remua to membership of three technical committees is given below. EEMUA is concerned with the design, installation, operation and maintenance of the engineering plant used by members in pursuing their business activities. The Association aims to reduce members’ costs by providing the opportunity for them to share resources and expertise in order to keep abreast of technological developments and improve the effectiveness and efficiency of their engineering activities.
EEMUA supports the British Standards Institution, works with other institutions, associations, government departments, regulatory authorities and the Confederation of British Industry, and is also actively involved with other standards-making bodies, both national and international, such as the American Petroleum Institute.
Work, which is carried out in-house by publidation alone or with the help of other organisations, may lead to the production of Association publications. These are prepared primarily for members’ use, but are usually offered for sale and thus for more general use.
Such publications may also be submitted, normally through the British Standards Institution, as bases for appropriate national, European or international standards. Tubes Seamless and Welded Flanges Composite and Solid A Guide to Information required from Equipment Vendors 0 X A brief introduction, for vendors as well as purchasers, to the subject of noise and a guide to information users may require.
Statutory requirements to be observed include the Building Regulations ; all relevant Standards are referred to. The scope of the present edition, updated inis limited to Zone 2 hazardous areas. It draws upon experience in the use of the earlier documents in the petroleum, petrochemical and allied industries, and the recommendations are directed towards those industries.
It forms a supplement to relevant national and international standards. INP 3 Part 1 1 The increasing use of On-Line Analysers in oil refining and other operations made it necessary to review their installation requirements. The purpose of this specification is to efmua standardisation within industry, leading to reduction in design and construction costs and improved safety.
A Guide to Technical Enquiry and Bid Evaluation 0 1 This new publication sets out those factors which should be included in a tender document femua suggests procedures for evaluation of the bids received. Its use will minimise the possibility of relevant items being overlooked whether in the preparation of a tender document or in evaluation of the bids received.
The Publication discusses methods to be used for evaluating bids based on objectives, and criticality in key areas. Weightings to be used publicatikn critical and less critical aspects are suggested. Potential suppliers are directed to pay attention to specific details prior to submitting their bids as lack of detail may result in the bids being dismissed.
NWG-1 Revision 2 0 7 This is a specification of the procedures which shall apply to noise control in the selection and installation of all plant equipment. It indicates the method of specifying maximum acceptable noise publiation for plant and equipment, describes acceptable eenua of test for determining noise emission from equipment and gives a guide publocation methods of calculation and presentation of data.
It does not set noise limits because the acceptable limit for any location will depend on factors relevant to that location.
All mandatory requirements are included in the specification document, although this Guide is purely illustrative. The Guide is based on pblication experience of several oil companies, and although requirements and procedures will vary from plant to plant, the material in this Guide should prove helpful in any case where noise limits have to 318 set and complied with within the petroleum, petrochemical and allied industries. TEW-1 0 0 This specification covers recommended procedures for the tube-end welding of tubes ranging from in 15 mm to 1 in 40 mm nominal diameter and from 1.
Flanges Composite and Solid 0 1 This specification covers bolted flanges for piping systems based on the use of tube specified in Publication No. Included are composite weld neck and slip-on flanges, and solid weld neck and slip-on flanges.
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Fittings 0 2 This specification covers fittings for piping systems based on the use of tube specified in Publication No. Included are wrought butt-welding fittings, wrought socket-welding fittings, capillary brazing fittings, compression fittings, threaded fittings, wrought branch fittings and saddle pieces.
Liquids covered by the scope of this publication, which is intended for international application, include LPG, ethylene, LNG and similar hydrocarbons, and also ammonia.
Now covers in-service eemu as well as new, and takes account of the UK Pressure Systems Regulations. But many of the recommendations apply to a wide range of equipment that can be so eemus, either on site or at manufacturers, stockists or fabricators.
A composite standard covering all the components and ancillaries, piping, instrumentation and controls, inspection and testing, as well as data from vendors. Written in API format, for use both sides of the Atlantic. It contains requirements of UK practice for piping applications at temperatures eekua 0C based on BS Because resources are no longer available for updating this publication, the present edition is based on ASME B Reference is also made in the text to UK statutory publlcation governing such demolition work.
The publication is well illustrated with diagrams and photographs. Topics include material requirements, allowable welding consumables, welding quality and personnel requirements, fabrication tolerances as well as inspection and non-destructive testing acceptance levels.
The document reflects a consensus of the majority of oil companies with regard to both fabrication and acceptance criteria for structures to be installed within the UK continental shelf.
It is however suitable for application in other geographic areas. As with the earlier editions, guidance is eemux on inspection and maintenance of tanks built to BS or API standards publicatiln the storage of petroleum and chemical feedstocks and products and refrigerated gases. New topics covered in the present edition include hydrotesting, repair, and re-siting of tanks. Additionally, there is a comprehensive section and appendix with model calculations on risk-based inspection and reliability-centred maintenance.
Detailed appendices are contained in the second volume, and both volumes are much more extensively illustrated than the previous editions.
It is aimed at the practising engineer with a limited knowledge of acoustics, to assist in the specification of the most suitable silencer for a particular purpose and to assess its operation when it is installed. The guide places considerable emphasis on the mechanical aspects of silencers which have to be considered for various applications so that due consideration can be given to the 1388 design, operational aspects, safety and cost.
Class 1 Publicatiln May 0 7 Publicatoon standard was produced in the UK by major national and international users of seal-less centrifugal pumps in the oil, gas and petrol chemical industries. It defines the minimum requirements eeuma heavy duty seal-less centrifugal pumps canned motor, wet winding and magnetic drive styles for use where safety, reliability and environmental performance are critical.
The Publication focuses not only on the basic design and construction of the pumps but also on complete pumping installations. Its format is pubkication that the document can be used for both the specification and purchase of all types of seal-less centrifugal pumps.
In addition to domestic use in the UK, it is expected that Publication No will form an authoritative basis for future European and International standards. It stems from the limited use of BS by industry and the need to reduce valve maintenance and replacement costs.
It applies to all types of pressurised equipment which have begun their service life. Guidance is given on the purpose of pressure testing including when it is required and what test fluid and test temperature should be used. Practical and safety aspects and the special procedures to be taken are also covered. Later, after this committee was combined with the Non-Destructive Testing Committee to form the present Inspection and Non-Destructive Testing Technology Committee in Aprilit was decided the document merited more general pub,ication and availability.
Omissions from and shortcomings in the test procedures called up in national valve standards have led to a proliferation of supplementary test specifications imposed on valve manufacturers by different companies. Each part of the EEMUA specification, applicable to a wide range of valve sizes and ratings, is a stand-alone document, reference femua which completely eliminates the need to make further reference to national standards for publicztion purpose of specifying testing requirements.
The ;ublication specified are no more than currently demanded by many companies. Its adoption publicatlon improve quality by encouraging standardisation, thereby benefiting both manufacturer and user.
It covers initial factory or plant calibration and subsequent validation and routine calibration. In view of present day practice and the wide variety of equipment available it has been considered that the above codes are adequately covered by the single volume. Users eejua referred to equipment vendors where product-specific information is required. However they must be comparable to the latter in terms of geometrical accuracy, weldability, and mechanical strength and toughness.
Aimed at suppliers and purchasers alike, this Specification sets out the requirements for the design, manufacture and testing of carbon-manganese steel castings for use as structural members of offshore platforms, principally for North Sea conditions. Chemical and mechanical properties are specified together with the requirements for fracture toughness, non-destructive testing and weldability testing.
The separate responsibilities of purchaser and supplier are also defined. Guidance extends to segregation and shrouding, and includes typical case studies based on the experiences of Health and Publicationn Inspectors. This Guide is applicable to any process plant handling wet H2S, pubblication should be used in conjunction with User Standards to derive a policy for addressing problems or potential problems in new and existing equipment.
This publication gives guidance to designers and users of such tanks on the practical steps that can be taken in design, operation and maintenance to predispose the roof-to-shell joint to fail in preference to the shell-to-bottom joint, thereby ensuring retention of the tank’s contents.
This highlighted a need to review the operating condition of all such machines. This Publication gives straightforward and simplified guidance to produce meaningful results with minimum expenditure of time and effort. Factors include machine parameters and location, and account is taken of the probability of persons being in the vicinity.
A decision tree assists in a rapid determination of those machines requiring more detailed study. At the time, block and bleed valve manifolds were used principally as replacements for individual block and bleed valves at tapping points in piping systems for the purpose of measurement and control. However, larger arrangements are now being used for equipment and main process isolation. Because of this, together with changes to the applicable reference standards, the Committee has carried out an extensive revision of the Specification.
A new subsection covering subsea applications has been incorporated. Together with the appended Application Guidelines, which offer guidance to specifiers and users in the appropriate and safe use of the items, the overall aim of the Specification remains to ensure that installations publlication these types are fit for purpose and of the required integrity.
An expanded set of supplementary 1338 is included for use where appropriate, along with a simplified step-by-step procedure for fatigue analysis of edmua joints. It is also a financial loss to owners. Government authorities are progressively tightening regulations in this area.
This Oublication addresses the problem of tank leakage, caused by loss of integrity. Such 1138 is almost always caused by deterioration of the tank bottom, which itself may be caused by corrosion or by deterioration of the foundation.
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The guidance given herein is therefore aimed exclusively at preserving the integrity of tank bottoms, and includes solutions for practical and economic leak detection and management systems.
The provision of isolation allows the removal of devices with the plant on steam. However isolation introduces the risk of inadvertent disconnection of a pressurised system from its relieving device: Eemu publication offers guidance on the design, installation, management and operation of isolation systems, identifying the key points to be considered.
Its topics include legislation, national standards, mechanical locking systems and isolation valve selection. Illustrations and a comprehensive bibliography are also included. Additionally, information is provided for special hot-tapping applications eemu as on storage tanks. Illustrations and a comprehensive bibliography are included.
COMPEX which has now trained several thousand candidates, was developed to provide trainees with essential knowledge and practical skills to enable them to safely undertake electrical installation work in potentially explosive atmospheres, whether due to flammable gas or combustible dust. The basic essential technical content was extended to include additional guidance on installation, inspection and maintenance.