Valves Sample Clauses

Valves. Valve pressure classes, sizes, types, body materials, and end preparations will generally be as described herein. Special features and special application valves will be utilized, where required. Valves specified to have flanged, socket welded, or screwed connections will have ends prepared in accordance with the applicable ANSI standards. Steel flanges will be raised-face type, unless otherwise required. Cast iron and bronze flanges will be flat-faced type. Butt welding ends will be prepared in accordance with Butt Weld End Preparation and Piping Fit-up. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Proprietary Information Page 29 AES IRONWOOD CONTRACT FINAL ISSUE - OCTOBER 30, 1998 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 2x1 501G REFERENCE PLANT APPLICATION HANDBOOK -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- MECHANICAL ENGINEERING DESIGN CRITERIA -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Steel body gate, globe, angle, and check valves will be designed and constructed in accordance with ANSI B16.34, as applicable. Valve bodies and bonnets will be designed to support the valve operators (handwheel, gear, or motor) with the valve in any position without external support.
Valves. Valves shall be installed in accordance with AWWA C-600 or AWWA C-603 modified as follows: All tapping sleeves, gate valves, butterfly valves, air release and vacuum valves and corporation stops shall be in accordance with Section 630. Just before installation in the trench, valves shall be fully opened and closed to check the action, and a record made of the number of turns required to fully open or close the valve. For valves 16 inches and larger, a member of the water utility shall be present to check the action and record the number of turns. The inside of all valves shall then be thoroughly cleaned and the valve installed. Valves 12 inches and smaller in size shall be supported by concrete blocks, in accordance with the standard details. Valves 16 inches and larger in size along with their bypass valves, shall be supported on concrete slabs, and/or concrete piers, as indicated on the plans. Concrete supports shall be provided under valves in vaults and manholes, and shall be constructed an inch low, then grouted with non-shrink grout. Adjustable pipe supports shall be as indicated on the plans. Buried valves shall be supported on concrete blocks as detailed on the plans. Valve boxes shall be installed over all buried valves in accordance with standard details. Standard couplings or matching joints shall be used when more than one length of pipe is required, or when two or more pieces are joined, to form the valve box riser. Install extension stems on all valves where the operating nut is 5 feet or more below grade.
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Valves. All valves for domestic water to be 125 PSI test all bronze wedge gate valves or line size quarter-turn installed in the proper orientation ball valves as manufactured by either NIBCO, Crane or Wafts. Valves for gas piping system shall be all bronze ball valves with threaded or welded ends as manufactured by Crane or equivalent. All valves shall be accessible for ease of operations.
Valves. In accordance with 5.5.5
Valves. All valves shall be hydraulically tested in accordance with otherwise scheduled or shown on the drawings, valves shall comply with the following requirements.
Valves. All valves shall conform in design and manufactured to the latest issue of AWWA standard C500 “Resilient-Seated gate valves for water supply”, rated at 150-psi working pressure and a minimum 300-psi pressure test.All valves shall have a 2-inch operating nut, mechanical joint hubs (except for wet taps), and open in a counter clockwise direction. If shallow depth of burial or other conditions of service requires that the valve be installed in a horizontal position, a nut-operated bevel gear shall be fitted to the valve for service operation through a valve box.
Valves. The valves shall have sections to operate the hoist lift, front plow lift and reverse, wing plow lift and in/out, auger, spinner, pre-wet system, and trailer circuit. Both the front plow lift and the wing plow lift shall have a float feature in the down position. All valves shall be electrically operated. Each function shall be adjustable for the flow it will put out. The lift circuits of the front and wing plows shall have an internal pilot operated check valve to prevent the plows from drifting down. BOX: A weather tight box shall enclose the valves. The box shall be frame mounted behind the cab on the driver’s side. The box shall have easy access. There shall be holes in the bottom of the box to access any fittings that may need to be removed. Box shall be painted gloss black. HOSES and FITTINGS: All hoses and fittings shall be 37 degree JIC. If possible all valves, cylinders, and motors shall have o-ring ports. All quick couplers shall be stainless steel. TRAINING: One day diagnostic and repair training shall be provided for city mechanics. Training shall be conducted at the City of Overland Park. Training shall be provided on the operation, calibration, and programming of the control console. Up to 8 hours of training shall be provided in October when the City does snow plow training. Training shall be done at the City of Overland Park. Training shall be for operators and supervisors. The city will have an October training date for your scheduling by August 1st. WARRANTY: Warranty shall be one year or manufacturer’s standard, which ever is longer. The warranty shall cover parts and labor. The warranty shall cover all hydraulic components and the electrical systems for hydraulics. The City of Overland Park shall be setup to do limited warranty work. The City shall be reimbursed for parts and labor. All paperwork and instructions on how to setup warranty claims shall be delivered with the truck. EXHIBIT D SPECIFICATIONS FOR LIGHT SYSTEMS The intent of this specification is to describe how the lighting systems are to be laid out and where everything connects. City mechanics will be available to answer any questions about the lighting systems. All electrical power shall come on with the ignition switch unless specified to be battery power. The specification will list wire size and color codes. All connections shall be crimp and seal wire ends or Weatherpack connections. Any wiring that goes through the cab metal, hood fiberglass, or frame metal shall be r...