Flanges Sample Clauses

Flanges. Welding neck flanges conforming to IS 6392, ISO 7005-1 or BS 4504 Section 3.1 for a nominal pressure rating as required must be used in accordance to the design pressure at the place of the installation. The nominal size of flanges shall be in conformity to the equipment or pipe appurtenance with which they are to be used. The flange thickness and drilling shall conform to IS 6392, ISO 7005-1or BS4504 Section 3.1 . Flanges shall be provided at the end of pipes or special where sluice valves, blank flanges, tapers, etc., have to be introduced. The Contractor shall assemble the flanges in the exact position by marginal cutting, if necessary, so as to get the desired position of the valves, etc., either vertical or horizontal and shall then fully weld the flanges from both sides in such a way that no part of the welding protrudes beyond the face of the flanges. In case the welding protrudes beyond the flanges and if the Employer’s Representative instructs that such protrusions shall be removed, the Contractor shall file or chip them off. If required and when instructed by the Employer’s Representative, the Contractor shall provide and weld gusset stiffeners.
Flanges. For the flanges, the following machining procedure has to be followed: • rough machining; • relaxation by heat treatment; • final machining. The contact surface for the seal must not be ground or polished after machining. The flange has to be made of wrought austenitic stainless steel, grade 1.4429 (AISI 316LN) or better. The material specifications are given in the CERN Technical Specifications No.1000 – Ed. 4, and No. 1002 – Ed. 4. Material certification shall be required with the delivery. A suitable heat treatment for the flanges shall be proposed by the Contractor and submitted to CERN for approval.
Flanges. Valves shall be flanged and the flange face at right angles to the valve centerline. Backside or valve flanges shall be machined or spot faced for proper seating of the head and nut. Flanges shall be machined on faces and edges as per IS 6392 or BS 4504 for PN 10 nominal pressure rating unless otherwise required. Flange drilling shall conform to IS 1538 / EN 1092. Face to face acc. to EN 558-1. Operation Depending on location the valves shall be electrically operated, or by manual hand wheel or key operation, clockwise closing unless specified otherwise by the Engineer In-charge. For valves greater than 350 mm diameter, gear operators shall be used. The direction of closing shall be clearly indicated on the hand wheel or body as appropriate. Manual operation of valves shall be so that the torque effort required to manually operating the hand wheel, lever or chain shall not exceed 20 kgm applied by an operator . Valves shall be provided with operating hand wheels, caps, extension spindles and valve boxes as required. Extended valve spindles shall have spindle guides and operating caps. For sluice valves up to 600mm diameter installed in underground chamber or otherwise not easily accessible, the Contractor shall furnish extension spindles and/or keys, or chains with extension oil cups or such similar fittings or appliances as many be required to permit easy access for proper operation, lubrication etc. valves shall be suitable for frequent operation as well as operation after long periods of idleness in either open or closed position. Unless detailed otherwise all hand wheels shall have the works “open” and “close” cast in English with arrows indicating the direction of rotation. All hand wheels shall be or a solid cast type or forged steel. The valve stem, thrust washers, screws, nuts and all other components exposed to the water shall be of a corrosion resistant grade or stainless steel. Valves shall be free from sharp projections. Some of the butterfly valves and sluice valves on pumping main (except scour valves on pumping main and the isolation valves for air valves) shall be electrically operated. The valves shall have arrangement for manual operation also, operated through a suitable gearbox, by hand wheel. Operation must be possible by one man against maximum design working pressure. Gate valves and butterfly valves shall be provided with position indicators, to show whether the valve is in the open or close position. Cast Iron Sluice Valves Sluice ...

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