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SALES CONTRACT (_________________)
for a Coating Plant in _______
Between
_________________ Limited
And
PT. _________________
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This SALES CONTRACT (“CONTRACT”) is made on ........ August 20_,_, between the following
PARTIES:
(1) _________________ Limited, a UAE company registration no. .............., having its
registered office at ...................................... ..........., .............. hereinafter called ‘ ABC ‘,
(2) PT. _________________, an Indonesian company having its registered office
at ..........................................................................................., hereinafter called ‘ XYZ ‘.
The parties above are hereinafter also collectively referred to as “Parties” and each individually
as “Party”.
WHEREAS:
1) ‘ ABC ‘ and ‘ XYZ ‘ desire to enter into a CONTRACT for the sales of ‘ XYZ ‘’s existing
coating plant in ............ “as it is”.
NOW:
The Parties hereby agree as follows:
1. DEFINITIONS
The following definitions shall be used for the purpose of interpreting the CONTRACT.
1.1 "AFFILIATE" means any subsidiary or parent or holding company of any company or any
other subsidiary of such parent or holding company.
1.2 “CONTRACT EQUIPMENT” means mechanical equipment and spare parts under the
CONTRACT to be supplied by ‘ XYZ ‘.
1.3 “PLANT” means the ‘ XYZ ‘’s plant installed at site in ............. “as it is”.
1.4 “CONSEQUENTIAL LOSS” means:
(a) consequential or indirect loss under English law; and
(b) loss and/or deferral of production, loss of product, loss of use, loss of revenue,
profit or anticipated profit (if any), in each case whether direct or indirect to the
extent that these are not included in paragraph (a), and whether or not foreseeable
at the signing date of this CONTRACT.
1.5 “DEFECT” means any part of the WORK not in conformance with the CONTRACT.
1.6 “DELAY” means ‘ ABC ‘ and/or ‘ XYZ ‘’s failure to comply with the TIME SCHEDULE.
1.7 “FORCE MAJEURE” has the meaning set out in Clause 8.
1.8 “NON-PERFORMANCE” means ‘ ABC ‘ and ‘ XYZ ‘’s incapacity to provide the PLANT in
accordance with the provisions set out in this CONTRACT.
1.9 “SITE” means the place where the CONTRACT EQUIPMENT installed at site in ..............
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1.10 "SUBCONTRACTOR" means any party (other than ‘ XYZ ‘) to a SUBCONTRACT.
1.11 “TECHNICAL DOCUMENTATION” means all the technical indices, drawings and other
documentation related to basic design and operation manual of existing plant.
1.12 “TECHNICAL SPECIFICATION” means the technical parameters of the CONTRACT
EQUIPMENT as set out in ANNEX 3.
1.13 “TIME SCHEDULE” means the time schedule as set out in ANNEX 2.
1.14 “TOTAL CONTRACT PRICE” means the fixed price under Clause 5 payable by ‘ ABC ‘ to
‘ XYZ ‘ under the CONTRACT and defined in detail in ANNEX 1.
2. INTERPRETATION
2.1 All instructions, notices, agreements, authorisations, approvals and acknowledgements
shall be in writing. All such documentation together with all correspondence and other
documents shall be in the English language.
2.2 Any reference to statute, statutory provision or statutory instrument shall include any re-
enactment or amendment thereof for the time being in force.
2.3 In the event of any conflict between the provisions of these General Conditions and these
of any Special Conditions, the latter shall prevail.
3. OBJECT OF THE CONTRACT
3.1 ‘ ABC ‘ wishes to purchase the PLANT “as it is” in .............. The design of ‘ XYZ ‘’s
existing coating plant is to be used at ‘ ABC ‘’s disposal.
3.2 For this purpose, ‘ ABC ‘ agrees to buy the CONTRACT EQUIPMENT from ‘ XYZ ‘ and ‘
XYZ ‘ agrees to sell to ‘ ABC ‘ the CONTRACT EQUIPMENT for the TOTAL CONTRACT
PRICE as set out in Clause 5 below.
3.3 The CONTRACT WORK is composed of the followings (hereinafter called : WORK):
(a) The CONTRACT EQUIPMENT consisting of the pipe handling & coating
application equipment as set out in ANNEX 3 the TECHNICAL SPECIFICATION
with the following subheadings:
External coating plant
- S1 Pipe Entry,
- S2 Mill scale blasting section,
- S3 3LPE coating section,
- S4 Finishing & inspection section,
- S5 General equipment
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Concrete weight coating plant
- S1 Incoming section,
- S2 Coating application section,
- S3 Outgoing section,
- S4 Batching plant section
- S5 General equipment.
Internal Coating Plant
- S1 Tire Roller conveyor
- S2 Internal shot blasting machine
- S3 Surface Cleaning
- S4 Primer Internal coating machine
- S5 Tire Roller conveyor
Crushing Plant
- S1 Hopper
- S2 Material Feeder Vibrator
- S3 Jaw Crusher
- S4 Circular Vibrator screen
- S5 Impact Crusher
- S6 Belt Conveyor
Building Steel structure
- S1 Structure and Overhead Cranes Anti-Corrosion plant
- S2 Structure and Overhead Cranes CWC plant
Customs coating equipment
- S1 Heating oven, flame spray
For the details refer to Annex 3.
(b) The TECHNICAL DOCUMENTATION to be supplied by ‘ XYZ ‘ to ‘ ABC ‘
essentially comprises:
General
- Preliminary lay-out drawings of plant,
- General lay-out drawings,
- Foundation load plan drawings,
- Plant floor plan top view drawing, cross-section view indicating the trenches,
pits etc.,
- Data on the utilities (gas, water, electricity etc.),
- Operation manual in English language (1 set + 1copy on CD)
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Mechanical equipment
- General assembly drawings of important parts, as per ‘ XYZ ‘’s documentation
standard,
- Data on the lubricants regarding quality and quantity and
- Data and instructions required for the maintenance, as per ‘ XYZ ‘’s work
standard.
Hydraulic/Pneumatic/Fluids equipment
- Hydraulic/pneumatic diagrams and
- Data and instructions required for the maintenance, as per ‘ XYZ ‘’s work
standard.
Electrical equipment
- Operator desk lay-out drawings,
- Cable schedules where required according to ‘ XYZ ‘’s work standard,
- Electrical diagrams and
- PLC documentation.
3.4 The ownership and risk of any item of CONTRACT EQUIPMENT shall be transferred from
‘ XYZ ‘ to ‘ ABC ‘ at the time of commencement of dismantling the CONTRACT
EQUIPMENT at the SITE in ..............
4. DUTY TO INFORM OF PROGRESS
4.1 ‘ ABC ‘ shall give ‘ XYZ ‘ full information in advance as to its plan for dismantling, packing
and load out schedule of CONTRACT EQUIPMENT as set out in TIME SCHEDULE in
ANNEX 2.
4.2 ‘ ABC ‘ shall give ‘ XYZ ‘ full information in advance as to shipment of CONTRACT
EQUIPMENT.
5. PRICE
5.1 The TOTAL CONTRACT PRICE for the CONTRACT EQUIPMENT furnished by ‘ XYZ ‘
according to the stipulations of the CONTRACT and its Annexes and, more generally, for
the performance of its obligations by ‘ XYZ ‘ under this CONTRACT, amounts to
U$ _________ (in words __________ US Dollars)
Nett inclusive of VAT or any other such taxes.
6. PAYMENT AND TERMS OF PAYMENT
6.1 Subject to satisfactory progress of the Work, ‘ ABC ‘ shall pay ‘ XYZ ‘ for its Work in the
manner, in the currencies, and at the time set forth in this Article.
6.2 The payment of the CONTRACT Price shall be made in US Dollar as follows:
a) CONTRACT EQUIPMENT
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6.2.1 Advance Payment
An Advance Payment amounting to fifty percent (50%) of the CONTRACT Price i.e. United
States Dollars _____________ (US$ _______) shall be paid by means of telegraphic
transfer to the bank account designated by ‘ XYZ ‘ within 15 days after CONTRACT
signing.
6.2.2 Progressive Payment
The remaining fifty percent (50%) of the CONTRACT Price i.e. United States Dollars
__________________ (US$ ___________) shall be paid by means of telegraphic transfer
to the bank account designated by ‘ XYZ ‘ within at least seven (7) days before loading out
of the CONTRACT EQUIPMENT at ‘ XYZ ‘’s private jetty in ..............
6.2.3 ‘ ABC ‘ may wish to ship the Concrete Weight Coating Plant and associated building
structure, overhead cranes, QC equipment and test rigs prior to shipping of the remaining
CONTRACT EQUIPMENT. In this case the balance payment for this plant as agreed in
Annex 1 shall be paid in full at least 7 days before load-out.
7. DELIVERY AND TERMS OF DELIVERY
7.1 ‘ ABC ‘ undertakes to substantially finish the dismantling, packing and load out of
CONTRACT EQUIPMENT as per the TIME SCHEDULE as defined in the ANNEX 2.
‘ ABC ‘ may subcontract the dismantling, packing and load-out of CONTRACT
EQUIPMENT. Following such dismantling, packing and load-out of CONTRACT
EQUIPMENT, ‘ ABC ‘ shall bear no responsibility whatsoever for reinstatement of the site.
8. FORCE MAJEURE
8.1 Neither party shall be considered in default of performance of its obligation under
CONTRACT to the extent that the performance of such obligation is delayed or prevented
by force majeure.
8.2 Force majeure is herein defined to be acts of God, acts of war (declared or undeclared),
hostilities, riots, civil unrest insurrection, lockouts, etc. which are beyond reasonable
control of both Parties and unforeseeable as of the signing date of CONTRACT.
8.3 Interruption of obligations under CONTRACT due to force majeure shall not be considered
a waiver of either party’s such obligations. If an event of force majeure prevents either
party from carrying out its obligations under or in connection with CONTRACT, such party
shall promptly notify it in writing to the other party.
8.4 Each party, upon giving written notice as above, may suspend its obligation to the extent
necessitated by the occurrence of force majeure, and relevant periods shall be extended
commensurate with such suspension. The occurrence of force majeure shall not entitle
either party to any additional compensation whatsoever unless otherwise agreed between
the Parties.
8.5 If after one hundred and eighty (180) days from the date of giving the aforesaid notice, the
notifying party shall still be so prevented, for reasons of force majeure, from performing its
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obligations under CONTRACT, the Parties shall consult with each other in good faith with
a view to determining equitable action appropriate under such circumstances.
8.6 Notwithstanding the period specified under the preceding paragraph, it is hereby mutually
agreed that at any time subsequent to the occurrence of force majeure, either party may,
upon its request, discuss amicably with the other party in order to set the provisional
arrangements to be adopted by both Parties for the purpose of minimizing or avoiding any
losses, damages or expenses which the affected party may incur in consequence of the
suspension as provided hereunder.
8.7 The above mentioned shall be in effect until the completion of the CONTRACT.
9. SUSPENSION
9.1 If the suspension arises due to ‘ ABC ‘’s failure, then ‘ XYZ ‘ has the right of an
adjustment(s) of the TOTAL CONTRACT PRICE or TIME SCHEDULE.
10. TAXES AND CUSTOM
10.1 All taxes, custom duties and other dues outside of Indonesia arising after ownership
transfer in connection with and in the performance of the CONTRACT shall be borne by
‘ ABC ‘ directly to the respective tax authorities.
10.2 ‘ XYZ ‘ warrants that it has brought the CONTRACT EQUIPMENT into ............. Island
lawfully and has paid all necessary taxes and duties to the relevant Indonesian
Authorities. ‘ ABC ‘ shall not be liable for any duties or taxes as may be levied by the
Indonesian Authorities related to the export of the CONTRACT EQUIPMENT from
.............. Any such duties levied to be deducted from the CONTRACT PRICE.
11. OWNERSHIP
11.1 ‘ ABC ‘ shall become the owner of the CONTRACT EQUIPMENT at the time of
commencement of dismantling CONTRACT EQUIPMENT in ..............
11.2 After the transfer of ownership, ‘ ABC ‘ shall be fully responsible for the dismantling,
packing and load out of the CONTRACTUAL EQUIPMENT as per the TIME SCHEDULE
in ANNEX 2.
12. LAWS AND REGULATIONS
12.1 ‘ ABC ‘ shall comply with all applicable laws, rules and regulations of any governmental or
regulatory body having jurisdiction over the WORK and/or any of the SITE.
12.2 ‘ ABC ‘ shall obtain all licences, permits, temporary permits and authorisations required by
the applicable laws, rules and regulations for the performance.
13. INDEMNITIES
13.1 ‘ XYZ ‘ shall indemnify, defend and hold harmless ‘ ABC ‘ from and against any and all
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suits, actions, legal or administrative proceedings, claims, demands, damages, costs and
expenses of whatsoever kind or nature whether arising before loading out dismantling of
CONTRACT EQUIPMENT in ..............
13.2 ‘ ABC ‘ shall indemnify, defend and hold harmless ‘ XYZ ‘ from and against any and all
suits, actions, legal or administrative proceedings, claims, demands, damages, costs and
expenses of whatsoever kind or nature whether arising after loading out dismantling of
CONTRACT EQUIPMENT in ..............
14. INSURANCE
14.1 All the necessary insurances required for this CONTRACT shall be covered by ‘ ABC ‘.
15. CONFIDENTIALITY
15.1 ‘ ABC ‘ shall maintain secrecy, and not disclose to any third party, or use other than for the
purposes of this CONTRACT any information relating in any way to the Supply, which has
hereto been disclosed by ‘ XYZ ‘ to ‘ ABC ‘ or which is so disclosed during the
performance of this CONTRACT for five (5) years from the Effective Date of this
CONTRACT. It is understood by the Parties hereto that this provision shall not be
interpreted to prevent inspections by any government or local authorities.
The obligation in this Article shall not be applicable to any information (i) which is already
known to ‘ ABC ‘ at the time of disclosure, (ii) which became generally available to public
through no fault of ‘ ABC ‘ or (iii) which is in public domain at the time of disclosure..
16. TERMINATION
Notwithstanding any other provisions of this CONTRACT, either of the Parties shall be
considered by the other party in default of its CONTRACTUAL obligation under this
CONTRACT if:
16.1 ‘ ABC ‘ substantially fails to complete the work of dismantling, packing and load out of the
CONTRACT EQUIPMENT exceeding more than two (2) months from the time specified in
ANNEX 2 or any extension thereof; or
16.2 ‘ ABC ‘ fails to make the payment as set out in Clause 5 and 6; or
16.3 Either of the Parties becomes insolvent or files a petition for rearrangement, composition
or compromise with its creditors under any applicable law during WORK.
Upon the occurrence of any of the foregoing, one party may notify the other party in default of
CONTRACTUAL obligation in writing of the nature of the failure and of its intention to terminate
the CONTRACT for default.
In the event the party in default does not correct such failure, or commence and diligently and
faithfully continue action to correct such failure, within thirty (30) days of such notice, the other
party may terminate the whole or part of CONTRACT upon giving fourteen (14) days prior written
notice.
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17. BUSINESS ETHICS
17.1 Both ‘ XYZ ‘ and ‘ ABC ‘ shall uphold the highest standards of business ethics in the
performance of the CONTRACT. Honesty, fairness and integrity shall be paramount
principles in the dealings between the Parties.
17.2 Neither party shall knowingly involve itself in any business in connection with, or use
information arising from the CONTRACT in any manner which conflicts with the interests
of the other party.
18. GOVERNING LAW AND LANGUAGE
18.1 This CONTRACT and all amendments, modifications, alterations, or supplements hereto,
and all disputes or claims concerning the validity, scope, meaning, construction,
interpretation, or application of this CONTRACT, and of its provisions, or the performance
thereunder by either or both of the Parties shall be construed and interpreted in
accordance with the laws of Singapore.
18.2 The governing language shall be the English language.
19. NOTICES
All notices in respect of the CONTRACT shall be given in writing and delivered by hand,
by e-mail, fax or by an international courier service of good standing such as DHL and etc;
to the relevant address specified below in the heading of this CONTRACT and copied to
such other office or offices of the Parties as shall from time to time be nominated by them
in writing to the other.
Such notices shall be effective:
To ‘ ABC ‘ : ________________________
Attn : ....................................
Fax No. : ....................................
E-mail . : ....................................
To ‘ XYZ ‘ : PT. _________________ ......................................................................................
Attn : ....................................
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Fax No. : ....................................
E-mail . : ....................................
All notices, demands, requests, statements or other communications to be made or given
by the each party hereunder shall be in the English language. Any documents required to
be delivered pursuant to this CONTRACT which are not in the English language must be
accompanied by a certified English language translation thereof and in the event of any
conflict between the original of the document and the English language translation thereof,
the English translation shall prevail.
20. ENTIRE AGREEMENT
This CONTRACT constitutes the entire agreement between the Parties hereto to the
CONTRACT work and supersedes all prior negotiations, representations or agreements
related to the CONTRACT, either written or oral. No amendments to the CONTRACT shall
be effective unless evidenced in writing and signed by the Parties to the CONTRACT.
The CONTRACT applies to the provision of all WORK, whether carried out before, on or
after the signing date of the CONTRACT. Both ‘ XYZ ‘ and ‘ ABC ‘ agree that:
1) all WORKand services are deemed to be carried out under the CONTRACT; and
2) all payments are deemed to be payments made under the CONTRACT, which
payments form part of the TOTAL CONTRACT PRICE.
21. MITIGATION OF LOSS
Both ‘ ABC ‘ and ‘ XYZ ‘ shall take all reasonable action to mitigate any losses resulting
from any breach of CONTRACT by the other party.
22. INVALIDITY AND SEVERABILITY
If any provision of this CONTRACT shall be found by any court or administrative body of
competent jurisdiction to be invalid or unenforceable, the invalidity or unenforceability shall
not affect the other provisions of this CONTRACT and all provisions not affected by such
invalidity or unenforceability shall remain in full force and effect. ‘ ABC ‘ and ‘ XYZ ‘ agree
to attempt to substitute, for any invalid or unenforceable provision, a valid or enforceable
provision which achieves to the greatest possible extent the economic, legal and
commercial objectives of the invalid or unenforceable provision.
23. GUARANTEE
23.1 ‘ XYZ ‘ guarantees that the CONTRACT EQUIPMENT shall be in conformity with the
technical specification as specified in the CONTRACT.
23.2 The CONTRACT EQUIPMENT is used, one “as it is” which ‘ XYZ ‘ possesses at the time
of signing the CONTRACT. ‘ XYZ ‘ warrants that it is the legal owner of the CONTRACT
EQUIPMENT and that said CONTRACT EQUIPMENT is sold free of any & all liens,
pledges, bonds, loans or other incumbrances.
24. LIQUIDATED DAMAGES AND LIMITATION OF LIABILITY
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24.1 When the work of dismantling, packing and load out of the CONTRACT EQUIPMENT by
‘ ABC ‘ is delayed from the time schedule defined in the ANNEX 2, ‘ ABC ‘ shall pay
liquidated damages to ‘ XYZ ‘ as follows:
1 % of the TOTAL CONTRACT PRICE per one (1) week for the delay
24.2 Should the work of dismantling, packing and load-out of the CONTRACT EQUIPMENT be
delayed solely by the fault of ‘ XYZ ‘ then ‘ XYZ ‘ shall pay to ‘ ABC ‘ liquidated damages
as follows:
1 % of the TOTAL CONTRACT PRICE per one (1) week for the delay
24.3 Neither party shall be liable to the other party for any consequential damage or losses
including loss of production or operation.
25. ARBITRATION
Any and all disputes between the Parties arising out of or in connection with the
CONTRACT thereof shall be amicably settled between the Parties hereto, failing which
such dispute shall be settled by arbitration in accordance with the Rules of Conciliation and
Arbitration of the International Chamber of Commerce by three(3) arbitrators appointed in
accordance with the said Rules.
The place of arbitration shall be in Singapore. The award rendered by the arbitration shall
be final and binding upon the Parties, and resort to any Judicial Court or Tribunal is hereby
waived except for the purpose of enforcement of such award.
26. PRECEDENCE
26.1 CONTRACT shall include the following and in the following order of priority and
precedence:
1) CONTRACT
2) ANNEXES
The CONTRACT constitutes the entire agreement between ‘ ABC ‘ and ‘ XYZ ‘ with
respect to the subject matter of the CONTRACT and supersedes all communications,
negotiations and agreements (whether written or oral) of ‘ ABC ‘ and ‘ XYZ ‘ with respect
thereto made prior to the signing date of CONTRACT.
26.2 To effect any change to CONTRACT will require agreement between both parties and the
issuance of a properly executed Addendum to this CONTRACT. [Comment- Duplicates
Clause 20. ]
27. ACCESS
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27.1 ‘ XYZ ‘ shall allow ‘ ABC ‘ or its subcontractor’s representatives to access their premises
at all reasonable time for execution of the dismantling & packing works of CONTRACT
EQUIPMENT. ‘ XYZ ‘ will provide ‘ ABC ‘ representatives (3-4 persons) with office space
in the ‘ XYZ ‘ premises during this period.
27.2 Such works would be expected to be performed six (6) days per week, up to twelve (12)
hours per day although extended hours or days may be worked at ‘ ABC ‘ or its
subcontractor’s discretion.
28.0 INSPECTION
It shall be the responsibility of ‘ ABC ‘ to inspect all CONTRACT EQUIPMENT prior to
packing at ‘ XYZ ‘’s premises and ‘ ABC ‘ shall issue a certificate of inspection thereof.
The failure by ‘ ABC ‘ of any inspection prior to packing at ‘ XYZ ‘’s premises, shall deprive
‘ ABC ‘’s right of rejection for non-conforming or defective Equipment and Materials. ‘ ABC
‘’s inspection prior to packing at ‘ XYZ ‘’s premises shall be final.
29. ASSISTANCE
29.1 ‘ XYZ ‘ shall provide all reasonable assistance to ‘ ABC ‘ to obtain the necessary visas or
temporary work permits required for ‘ ABC ‘ or its subcontractor’s personnel for the
execution of the dismantling, packing & load-out of CONTRACT EQUIPMENT. ‘ XYZ
‘ shall also assist with any documentation as may be required by the Indonesian Custom
Authorities for the exportation of the CONTRACT EQUIPMENT from Indonesia.
29.2 Should ‘ ABC ‘ or its subcontractors request ‘ XYZ ‘ to rent equipment, purchase supplies,
provide transport or labour etc on its behalf costs for such services are to be reimbursed to
‘ XYZ ‘ at rates to be mutually agreed in advance.
30. Term of CONTRACT
The terms of this CONTRACT shall commence on the Effective Date and shall end upon
payment in full of all of the deferred amount, interest and other sums payable by ‘ ABC ‘
hereunder.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, ‘ ABC ‘ and ‘ XYZ ‘ have caused this CONTRACT to be duly
executed on the day and year first above written by their duly authorized representatives.
Signed for and on behalf of Signed for and on behalf of
‘ ABC ‘ ‘ XYZ ‘
NAME : .................................... NAME : ....................................
TITLE : .................................... TITLE : ....................................
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Annex 1
Price Detail Table
1. EXTERNAL COATING PLANT
Item Q’ty Description
Price. US$
( Excl. VAT)
Pipe entry section
1 4 Inbound pipe racks
2 1 Pipe Indexer system
3 1 Diabolo Conveyor
4 4 Intermediate pipe racks
Mill Scale Blasting Section
5 1 External pipe wash unit
6 1 Pre-heating oven
7 1 External mechanical blaster
8 Blasting Conveyer
9 1 Pipe Indexer system
10 4 Intermediate pipe racks
11 1 Inspection station
12 1 Pipe Indexer system
3LPE coating section
13 1 Coating conveyor
14 1 Pipe push unit
15 1 Main heating system
16 1 External coating system
16.1 1 FBE applicator
16.2 1 Adhesive extruder 220kg/h
16.3 1 PE extruder 1500kg/h
16.4 1 Electric Control Cabin for both extruders
16.5 1 Granules drying & supply system
17 1 Quench station
Finishing & Inspection section
18 1 Holiday Detection
19 1 Pipe Indexer system
20 4 Intermediate pipe racks
21 1 Pipe end cleaning system
22 1 Pipe Indexer system
23 1 Intermediate pipe racks
24 1 Inspection station
General Equipment
25 1 Electric Control Cabin for both extruders
26 1 Set of safety fences & aircon control room
27 1 Hydraulic system external blasting & Coating section
28 1 Compressed air system
29 1 Set of general Q.C equipment
TOTAL USD
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2. CONCRETE WEIGHT COATING PLANT
Item Q’ty Description
Price.US$
(Excl.VAT)
Incoming Section
30 2 Incoming Pipe Skid ways, 12 m length
31 1
Set of pipe loader carriages with Hydraulic
Power Unit and tracks
Coating Application Section
32 1 (Set) Tracks, 48m for pipe carriages
33 Set
Pipe Carriages for pipe rotation and
transversing one powered and one idler
34 1
Impingement throwing unit with two (2)
rubber covered drums driven by two (2)
electric motors, Air conditioned operator
control room with control consoles and
motor control centers
35 1 Concrete reclaim system
36 1 Wire feed system w/ accumulators
37 1
Water spray and curing compound
Application system
38 1 Conversion kit to handle 4" to 8" Pipe
Outgoing Section
39 1
Weigh Station w/ indication on the control
panel
40 1
Set of pipe un-loader carriages with
Hydraulic Power Unit and tracks
Batching Plant Section
41 1
Automatic concrete volumetric batch and
mix plant, 250 Metric tons/hr with 80 Ton
silo
41-1 1
Feed Belt conveyor from mixer to Feed
Hopper
41-2 1 Feed hopper
41-3 1 Metering Conveyor
General Equipment
42 1 Drum Grinding Unit
43 1 QA/QC laboratory inspection equipment
44 1 Air compressor, 23 kW, 2.26m3/min
45 3 Turning Roller
TOTAL USD
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3. INTERNAL COATING PLANT
Item Q’ty Description Price.US$ (Excl.VAT)
46 1 Set Pipe feeding tire roll conveyor
L : 60 meters
47 2 Unit Internal Shot Blast Machine
16" - 48", Horizontal Impeller Type, 180m²/Hr
48 1 Set High Pressure Air Blower for surface cleaning
49 1 Set Primer Internal Coating Machine
16" - 48", 6M - 12M
50 1 Set Pipe out going tire roll conveyor
L : 37 meters
4. CRUSHING PLANT
Item Q’ty Description Price.US$ (Excl.VAT)
51 1 Set Hopper Iron
5390 x 5440 x 1850
52 2 Unit Material Feeder Vibrating
ZSW 200
53 4 Unit Jaw Crusher #1 - #4
Type : GXPE 500 x 750
54 1 Unit Circular Vibrator Screen
Type : 3YK2160
55 1 Unit Impact Crusher
Type : PCX 850
56 6 Sets Belt Conveyor
DTII800, 1000
25-35M
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5. BUILDING STRUCTURE
Item Q’ty Description Price.US$ (Excl.VAT)
57 1 Set
Anti Corrosion Coating Plant Steel Structure;
Total Area : 126m x 24m
Over Head Crane: Capacity 5Ton
58 1 Set CWC Plant Steel Structure;
Total Area: ___ x ____
Overhead Cranes Incoming Capacity: __ Ton
Overhead Cranes Outgoing Capacity: __ Ton
6. CUSTOMS COATING EQUIPMENT
Item Q’ty Description Price.US$ (Excl.VAT)
59 1 Set Heating oven (20ft container)
Flame spray
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Annex 2 TIME SCHEDULE
‘ ABC ‘ and ‘ XYZ ‘ agree with the Time Schedule related to Supply of CONTRACT EQUIPMENT
as specified below.
Subject to the Time Schedule hereof, ‘ ABC ‘ shall perform the dismantling and packing work of
CONTRACT EQUIPMENT and shall be ready for shipment to be arranged by ‘ ABC ‘.
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Annex 3
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATION
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATION
External Coating Plant
Concrete Weight Coating Plant
Internal Coating Plant
Crushing Plant
Building Steel Structure
Customs Coating Plant
REVISIONS
0 ...............
REV DATE DESCRIPTION Raised By Checked by Customer
CLIENT:
OWNER :
PROJECT:
PROJECT DOC NO.: _____________________
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INDEX
INTRODUCTION
1.0 EXTERNAL COATING PLANT SECTION
1.1 Pipe Entry
1.2Mill Scale Blasting Section
1.33LPE Coating Section
1.4Finishing & Inspection Section
1.5 General Equipment
2 APPENDIX 1: TECHNICAL SPECIFICATION (ACC PLANT)
2.1Steel Pipe Dimension
2.1.1 Applied diameter range
2.1.2 Pipe length
2.1.3 Pipe wall thickness
2.1.4 Pipe weight max
2.1.5 Minimum net inside diameters for internal
blasting installations
2.2 Power and Utilities Assumed to be available
(For Main Scope Only)
2.2.1 Cooling water
2.2.2 Compressed air, for general equipment (excluding Epoxy station)
2.2.3 Compressed air requirements for external
epoxy coating station
2.2.4 Electrical power
2.2.5 Natural gas
3 CONCRETE WEIGHT COATING PLANT SECTION
3.1Incoming Section
3.2Coating Application Section
3.3Outgoing Section
3.4Batching Plant Section
3.5General Equipment
4 APPENDIX 3: Plant Specification and condition
5 INTERNAL COATING PLANT
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6 CRUSHING PLANT
7 BUILDING STEEL STRUCTURE
8 CUSTOMS COATING EQUIPMENT
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1.0 EXTERNAL COATING PLANT
This document describes the equipments concerning an external annular pipe coating
line for pipes from 4” up to 48”, with wall thickness 4mm to 30mm and with a nominal
length of 12 meter.
The capacity of the line is up to 300 m²/hr.
1.1 PIPE ENTRY
Item Qty Description
01 1 Inbound pipe racks <located outside>, each consisting of:
4 Rack frame, length approx. 10 meter
02 3 Pipe indexer system,
1 < From inbound pipe racks to diabolo conveyor >
1 < Diabolo conveyor to Intermediate pipe racks >
1 < Intermediate pipe racks to blasting conveyor >
consisting of:
3 Pipe indexers, operating parallel to each other and
together suitable for lifting 1 pipe simultaneously.
Each individual buggy is equipped A hydraulic operated lifting
arm and power supply unit.
Set of trail track for pipe indexers
031 Diabolo Conveyor (approx. 16.65 meters)
04 1 Intermediate pipe racks, each consisting of:
3 Rack frame, length approx. 2 meters
1.2 MILLS SCALE BLASTING SECTION
Item Qty Description
05 1 External pipe wash unit <to remove dirt>, consisting of:
1 Spray cleaning booth
1 High pressure, hot water cleaner
1 Set of seals for the reference pipe diameters
06 1 Pre-heating oven (gas-fired), consisting of:
1 Insulated oven house, fully enclosing the pipe
1 Gas-fired radiation burners, with total capacity of approx. 500
kW
1 Set of piping and reducer
1 Electric control panel
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07 1 External mechanical blaster <to remove mill scale>,
consisting of:
1 Rigid steel manufactured blast Cabin(outside), fitted with
exchangeable wear plates (inside manganese steel plate).
2 Blast wheels, with the following specification;
Diameter : 500mm
Blade width : 105mm
Quantity of blades : 8
Throwing speed : 80m/sec
Power turbine : 110 KW
Revolutions : 2250 rpm
Transmission : V-belt drive
1 Bucket elevator
1 Abrasive reclaim, sieving and storage system
1 Set of manganese steel seal adaptors for pipe entrance &
exit holes for the pipe diameter range
1 Set of rubber seals for the diameter range, base on API pipe
diameters
1 Maintenance platform & access ladder
1 Blaster pit coverage (buyer supply)
1 Heavy duty dust collector, consisting of:
1 Filter house with vertical positioned cartridges; specification as
follows;
No. of cartridges : 16
Dimension of cartridge : dia=324mm, L=660mm
Total filter surface : 330m2
Air pulse cleaning pressure : 6 – 7 Bar (clean air)
Position of cartridges : Vertical (mounted in top lid)
Air retraction fans, capacity of approx.16,000 m³/hr, mounted
on top of filter house
1 Air ducts between filter & blaster
1 Suspension of air duct to roof, walls or otherwise (buyer
supply)
1 Maintenance platform & access ladder
08 1 Blasting conveyor , length approximately 53 meters,
consisting of:
21 Wheel pairs, skid mounted, one wheel of each wheel pair
driven by elec. Motor, c/w:
- Speed control ( for variable production speed & catch-up
at inbound & break-away at outbound section,
by push-button control)
- electro-mechanical pitch adjustment devices
- electro-mechanical width adjustment devices
09 1 Pipe indexer system <from blasting conveyor to inspection
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station>, Consisting of:
3 Pipe indexers, operating parallel to each other and together
suitable for lifting 1 pipe simultaneously. Each individual buggy
is equipped with a hydraulic operated lifting arm and power
supply unit.
Set of rail track for pipe indexer
10 1 Intermediate pipe rack, each consisting of:
4 Rack frame, length approx. 3 meters
11 1 Inspection station (after blasting), consisting of:
1 Inspection and grinding platform
12 1 Pipe indexer system <to coating conveyor>, consisting of:
3 Pipe indexers, operating parallel to each other and together
suitable for lifting 1 pipe simultaneously. Each individual buggy
is equipped with a hydraulic operated lifting arm and power
supply unit.
Set of rail track for pipe indexers
1.3 3LPE COATING SECTION
Item Qty Description
13 1 Coating conveyor, length approximately 80 meters,
consisting of:
30 Wheel pairs, skid mounted, one wheel of each wheel pair
driven by elec. Motor, c/w:
- Speed control ( for variable production speed & catch-up
at inbound & break-away at outbound section,
by push-button control)
- electro - mechanical pitch adjustment devices
- electro - mechanical width adjustment devices
14 1 Pipe push unit, consisting of:
Frame with suspensions for bottom and top guide wheels
Traction unit with speed control
15 1 Induction-heating system , consisting of:
1 Inverter and capacitor station, total combined output power
approx. 2,000 kW
1 Set of induction coil to cover all pipe diameters.(4-48”OD)
1 Chiller for induction heaters
16 1 External coating system, consisting of:
16.1 1 FBE applicator, c/w
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2 Application cabin
1 Set of seals for the reference pipe diameters
14 Electrostatic FBE guns
1 Powder feeding system
1 Powder reclaim system and heavy duty sock type filter unit
specially designed for FBE
1 Fire suppressing unit
1 Control panel
16.2 1 Adhesive Extruder, ≈ 220 kg/hr for LD based adhesive,
Consisting of:
1 Specially designed screw (nitrated steel)
1 Screw barrel, with air coolers and heating elements
1 Water cooled intake bush
1 High capacity gear box for high axial thrust loads
1 DC-drive motor with control module
1 Set of gear belts and pulleys
1 Extruder frame with possibility of side and longitudinal
adjustment
1 Set of cables to extruder cabinet
1 Die support frame
1 Flat die ( width: 400mm)
16.3 1 PE Extruder, ≈ 1,500 kg/hr for HDPE, consisting of:
1 Specially designed screw (nitrated steel)
1 Screw barrel, with air coolers and heating elements
1 Water cooled intake bush
1 High capacity gear box for high axial thrust loads
1 *DC-drive motor with control module
1 Set of gear belts and pulleys
1 Extruder frame with possibility of longitudinal adjustment
1 Die support frame
1 Extruder cooling system
1 Flat die ( width: 1000mm)
1 Adhesive film pressure roller system
1 PE-Topcoat film pressure roller system
1 Weld seam compensation system
16.4 1 Electric Control Cabin for both extruders, consisting of:
1 MCC panel, containing power gears, switches, relays, working
hour meters, etc for operation of the extruder:
1 Separately installed operator panel (HMI) with display and PLC
Control and the following features for each extruder:
-Screw speed indicators
-Motor current indicators
-Set points temperatures
-Process values temperatures
-Melt temperature indicator
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-Melt pressure indicator
-Timer
-Slide valve hopper loader (open/closed) indicator
-Granules supply & drying date
-Fault indicator
Note: The panels needs to be placed inside an air cooled
and
dust free room (not included)
16.5 1 Granules drying and supply system for adhesive and
PE, consisting of:
1 Granules hopper 500 liters (PE), manual fill
1 Granules hopper 120 liters (adhesive), manual fill
1 Set of vacuum loaders to bring granules from hopper to driers
1 Dry-air dryer with vacuum loader for PE
1 Dry-air dryer with vacuum loader for adhesive
1 Dry-air dryer with vacuum loader for color additive
17 1 Quench station, <water basin made in concrete foundation
underneath Quench>, consisting of:
1 Set of spray piping from side and from top
1 Quench side enclosure
1 Set of cooling water circulation pumps
1 Set of cooling towers
1.4 FINISHING & INSPECTION SECTION
Item Qty Description
18 1 Holiday detection, consisting of:
1 HV detector unit, inc. visual and audible alarms
1 Installation frame
1 Set of ring detection brushes for the reference pipe diameters
19 1 Pipe indexer system, < coating conveyor to Intermediate
racks> consisting of :
4 Pipe indexers, operating parallel to each other and together
suitable for lifting 1 pipe simultaneously. Each individual
buggy is equipped with a hydraulic operated lifting arm and
power supply unit.
Set of rail track for pipe indexers
20 1 Intermediate pipe racks, each consisting of:
4 Rack frame, padded, length approx. 2 meters
21 1 Pipe end cleaning station, consisting of:
1 Walking beam indexer, consisting of:
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1 Pipe rotation stations
1 Pipe-end cleaning units, each with:
1 Knife cutting device
1 Removed PE collection unit
22 1 Pipe indexer system,< end cleaning to intermediate pipe
rack> consisting of:
2 Pipe indexers, operating parallel to each other and together
suitable for lifting 1 pipe simultaneously. Each individual
buggy is equipped with a hydraulic Operated lifting arm and
power supply unit.
Set of rail track for pipe indexers
23 1 Intermediate pipe racks, consisting of:
4 Rack frame, padded
24 1 Inspection station <final inspection>, consisting of:
Inspection platform
1.5 GENERAL EQUIPMENT
Item Qty Description
25 1 Electrical control system, blasting
External blasting consisting of;
1 Control cabin fitted with controls, fuses, power starters,
switches etc.
1 Operator control desk
1 Set of interconnecting cables (max. length 5 meters)
Electric control system coating conveyor &
blasting conveyor, consisting of;
1 Motor control centre with PLC, switch gear&
frequency invertors
1 Local operator panels inbounded coating conveyor
1 Local operator panel outbound coating conveyor
1 Set of cables, sensors & connection boxes
1 MV 13.8 kV power distribution (also for internal plant)
1 MV/LV transformers (also for internal plant)
1 LV power distribution (also for internal plant)
1 Data registration system and visualization system
*Electrical controls must be installed inside air-cooled
control room if circumstances dictate so.
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26 1 General items
1 Set of safety fences throughout the plant
2 Air conditioner
27 1 Hydraulic system external blasting and coating section,
with:
Local hydraulic power packs at dedicated locations,
complete with set Of connection piping, hoses, valves
and control valves
28 1 Compressed air system, consisting of:
2 Compressors
2 Heatless type air dryer
2 Air receiver tank
1 Desiccant dryer for FBE
29 1 Set of general Q.C equipment, consisting of:
1 Salt contamination test kit
1 Blasting profile meter (digital)
1 sensitive tape (paper) blasting profile tester
1 Pipe surface cleanliness measurement (visual)
2 Thickness meter, electronic
1 Peeling resistance meter (manual)
1 Penetration tester
1 Impact resistance tester
1 Cathodic disbanding tester
1 Tensile tester
1 DSC tester
1 Portable holiday detector
2 Portable pyrometer
2.0 APPENDIX 1: TECHNICAL SPECIFICATION
2.1 STEEL PIPE DIMESSIONS
2.1.1 Applied diameter range
Minimum: 4” (114.3 mm)
Maximum: 48” (1219 mm)
2.1.2 Pipe length
Minimum: 8 meters
Nominal: 12 meters
Maximum: 15 meters
2.1.3 Pipe wall thickness
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Minimum: 4 mm
Maximum: 30 mm
2.1.4 Pipe weight max
Maximum: 880 kg/lm
2.2 POWER AND UTILITIES ASSUMED TO BE AVAILABLE
2.2.1 Cooling water
- Industrial water pressure: 3-4 bars
- Temperature: +10˚C to +20˚C
- General quality
* Hardness as CaCoз: 30 to 500 ppm
* Alkalinity as CaCoз: max 500 pp,
* Total of dissolved particles: max 1000 ppm
* Chlorides: max 125 ppm
* Sulphates: max 125 ppm
* Conductivity: max 800 µS/cm
* PH-value: 7-9
Water for external pipe wash stations:
- Inlet temperature: 5-25 ˚C
- Inlet pressure: 3-6 bar
- Permissible contamination: 50 – 100 mg suspended particles/liter
- Maximum particle size: 0.06 mm
- PH: 7 – 8
- Carbonate hardness: 7 - 8˚ (German hardness)
- Maximum Fe content: 0.05 mg/liter
- Maximum chloride content: 150 mg/liter
Estimated consumption per plant:
- Quench + cooling tower: approx. 9 m³/h
- Cooling tower induction: approx. 3 m³/h
- External pipe wash unit: approx. 1.5 m³/h
Note: Water quality shall be maintained at a suitable level.
2.2.2 Compressed air, for general equipment (excluding Epoxy station)
- Pressure: 6 – 7 bars
- Quality: free from oil, water and particles (ISO 8573 /1-3-4-3)
- Pressure dew-point: + 3˚C
Estimated average consumption, without, option for:
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- External blasting and 3-layer PE coating line
 Aprrox. 4 m³/min for general equipment
 Approx. 10 m³/min for blow out (only when in operation)
2.2.3Compressed air requirements for external epoxy coating station
- Pressure: 6 – 7 bars
- Quality: free from oil, water and particles (ISO 8573/1-2-2-1)
- Maximum oil content: 0.01 mg/m³
- Maximum water content 0.117 g/m³
- Maximum temperature + 30˚C
- Pressure dew point - 40˚C
- Estimated average consumption: Approx. 12-14 Nm³/min for 3-layer PE
Coating
2.2.4 Electrical power
- General equipment (excluding induction heating equipment)
 Voltage: 380 Volts ± 5%
 Frequency: 50 Hz ± 1 %
 Type: 3 phase with neutral and earth conductor
- Estimated average consumption, without option: approx. 2000 kW
- Induction heater: 13.8 kV supply (within 2% stability)
- Estimated consumption induction heater:
 Approx. 2500 kVA for external plant
2.2.5 Natural gas
- Pressure: 1-2 bars
- Heat of combustion: 33 580 kJ/Nm³
- Estimated average consumption for Pre-heating prior to external blasting:
approx. 160 Nm³/hr
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Notes:
1) Actual requirements on utility supplies and consumption shall be determined
during engineering. The above, should be considered as an indication only, peak
consumption may be higher.
2) Above specified values are based on preliminary engineering, based on the
information as available during the compilation of this specification. These values
may be used as an indication only. Actual values will be submitted during
engineering of the plant.
3) The electrical consumption values are average. It does not represent installed
power.
4) Water consumption will be highly influenced by external factors such as water
quality, water spillage, and evaporation. Therefore consumption rates may be
higher that listed when the conditions are unfavorable. The total water quantity in
the quench shall be periodically replaced completely (in dependency on the quality
and contamination of the water). In the case that the quality of the water is not
sufficient, a water treatment plant shall be added in order to increase the quality to
the required level (not in the scope of the seller).
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3.0 CONCRETE WEIGHT COATING PLANT
INTRODUCTION
This specification is in respect of the supply of a heavy-duty stationary plant for weight
coating pipes externally, ranging from 100 mm to 1220 mm in diameter.
Coating thickness 1” to 6”.
This machine is designed to batch cement, and apply a heavy coat of concrete to
the outside of anti-corrosion protected steel pipe to provide negative buoyancy to the
pipe for offshore pipelines or river crossings.
The concrete coating machine uses a weigh batching plant to precisely measure
aggregate and cement to produce any desired mixture accurately. An automatic moisture
sensing unit is employed to determine the amount of water required and in turn
automatically dispenses the correct amount. The plant is equipped to batch two (2) different
aggregates in addition to cement. Each ingredient is automatically weighed and held until
mixer is ready for additional material. After raw material water has been mixed,
the dry slump mix is transferred to the receiving hopper by a belt conveyor. Material is
metered out of holding hopper onto a metering conveyor, which shapes the wet concrete
and in turn delivers material onto a high speed metering belt. Prior to coating, the pipe may
need special preparation, depending on coating type wire brushes are used to give the pipe
a rough surface to increase surface adhesion and for a certain percentage anode rings
need to be installed. Pipe is then loaded into pipe support and coating carriages with
heavy duty pipe loaders. The support carriages are designed to rotate the pipe, and
traverse in front of the application head at a controlled rate. Pipe is sprayed with water just
prior to applying concrete to increase the bond between the corrosion coating and
concrete. The coating application drums propel pre-mixed concrete onto the pipe at a high
rate of velocity to promote coating adhesion and compaction. A wire mesh is
simultaneously wrapped around the pipe to reinforce the concrete. A curing compound is
also sprayed on after concrete application to accelerate the curing time of
concrete. After the pipe is coated, the pipe is removed with heavy duty pipe unloaders and
placed onto the weigh scales. Finally the pipe is taken to the storage area for final
curing, in some cases steam curing is required depending on the environmental conditions.
Note: Production will vary depending on customer specifications in relation to thickness
and the amount of anodes required, increased production is attainable if the optional
pipe loaders / unloaders are purchased.
3.1 Incoming section
Item Qty Description
30 Incoming pipe skid ways
These skid ways are designed to support and store bare pipe prior to
weight coating.
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2 Structural steel beams with mounting pads and legs, each beam is
securely mounted to the foundation, 12 meter length.
31/40 Pipe Un-Loader/ Loader Carriages
The pipe loading and unloading carriages are designed to transport pipe onto
and off the coating pipe carriages.
The Loading carriage consists of two heavy duty hydraulically actuated arms
mounted on electrically controlled hydraulically driven carriages mounted on
tracks, they pick pipe off of the incoming pipe racks and install the pipe onto
the coating carriage. The unloading pipe carriage lifts the cement coated
pipe off of the coating carriage with hydraulically actuated arms and the
electrically controlled hydraulically driven carriage transfers the pipe onto the
weigh scale for the pipe to be weighed.
2 Pipe loading lifting carriages c/w tracks 6 meter length
2 Pipe un-loading lifting carriages c/w tracks 8.5 meter length
1 Control Panels
3.2 Coating Application section
Item Qty Description
33 Pipe Carriages
The pipe carriages are for rotating and traversing the pipe through the
coating process.
Pipes that are prepared for weight coating are lowered onto the pipe
carriages with the pipe loader carriages, or customer supplied loading device.
The pipe is then moved into the coating area. Reinforcement wire is then
attached, and the operator begins rotation and travel. Then the cement is
applied. After the full length of pipe is coated, the wire reinforcement wire is
cut. Then the pipe is transferred to the removal area and taken off the pipe
carriage with the Pipe un-loaders. The pipe is weighed with the weigh scales,
and finally removed by customer supplied cranes or front end loaders for
transport to curing area or anode installation.
1 Pipe carriages include one (1) powered and one (1) idler car. Powered car
contains variable speed drives for pipe rotation and travel, with electric
power and control cable reels. The cars allow for a 300 to 365 mm
"cut- back" of coating material on pipe ends. The carriages interconnected,
and the distance can be adjusted to compensate for variations in pipe
lengths up to 13 meters.
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32 Pipe Carriage Tracks
The pipe carriages travel on two steel tracks that are mounted to the
foundation.
1 (Set)tracks for pipe carriages 48 meters in length.
34 Applicator Assembly and Control System
The Impingement applicator head receives concrete from the high speed belt
and propels it at a high speed onto pipe.
The high speed drums are fed by a high speed belt. The high speed belt
receives concrete from the metering conveyor. Application rate is adjustable.
The throwing unit is fully adjustable for the different sizes of pipe and
production speed. After the full coating thickness is applied, a scrapper will
smoothen the coating surface.
On the opposite site of the pipe, a screen is placed that stops concrete that is
sprayed over the pipe and protects personnel.
The Control Platform sits on top of the steel support structure, above the
impingement application rollers and in front of the main hopper. The location
provides the operator with a bird’s eye view of the weight coating operation.
It contains an Operator’s Platform with Coating Application Control Console.
1 - Adjustable Impingement applicator head (slinger head) assembly.
1 - Two drums, powered with electric motors.
2 - Scrapers, pneumatic operated
1 - High speed conveyor belt, driven by an electric motor.
1 - Screen panel on opposite side of pipe to protect from overspray
2 - Operator Control Panel
1 - Lot of electrical components
1 - Air-conditioned Control Room
1 - Motor control center with variable speed drives, motor contactors, motor
overload protection, circuit breakers, and main breaker
1 - Lot of control wiring and power cables between electric motors and motor
control center
35 Concrete Reclaim System
The concrete reclaim system collects unused concrete from the application
area and returns it back to the metering conveyor.
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Concrete falls into a pit underneath the pipe in the application area onto a
horizontal conveyor #1. The horizontal conveyor transfers the concrete onto the
reclaim conveyor # 2 to transfer the un-used concrete to conveyor # 3 that
brings it back to the metering conveyor.
1 - Electrically driven belt conveyor #1
1 - Electrically driven belt conveyor #2, with material diverter shoot for
emptying the coating system of unused concrete at the end of the shift.
1 - Electrically driven belt conveyor #3
1 - Structural steel framing and supports
1 - Lot of electrical components
36 Wire Feeder, Guide and Rollers
Dual spool wire stand is continuous feed type. A guide and tension control is
also included.
Wire guide and shifter is a series of rollers mounted on a sliding bracket that
allows the operator to place the reinforcing wire mesh at any depth in the
coating.
The reinforcing wire passes through the rollers mounted on a sliding bracket
from the wire feeder assembly. The wire guide is fully adjustable for different
pipe sizes and wire depth and can handle two layers of wire reinforcement
if required.
The wire feeder holds the roles of reinforcement wire that is un-spooled to the
wire guide/ roller assembly. New roles are set into the stand to be attached to
the rolls being used to continuously feed wire to the coating application. A wire
accumulator makes it possible to change the wire during the coating process.
Two complete wire feed and guide systems for dual layer wire mesh, each
including the following:
1 - Wire Guide mechanism assembly
1 - Wire guide roller assembly
1 - Lot of rollers and brackets
1 - Wire carriage upper assembly
1 - Wire carriage lower assembly
1 - Dual Wire Stand
1 - Wire rack assembly
1 - Reel assembly
1 - Wire rack hold down assembly
1 - Wire Accumulator
1 - (one for both wire layers) Wire cutter, pneumatic operated
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37 Water Spray and Curing Compound Application Equipment
Prior to applying the coating onto the pipe, water can be sprayed onto the
anti-corrosion coating to ensure proper adherence of the cement to the pipe.
The curing compound unit is for spraying a curing compound on the coated
pipe to aid in sealing the surface to retain the moisture and to enhance proper
curing of the concrete. On incoming and outgoing sides of the coating
application drums, a water spray nozzle and a curing compound nozzle
is placed.
1 - Water spraying equipment, including nozzles, water valves and mounting
brackets.
1 - Airless spray barrel pump and all associated hoses, spray heads and
mounting brackets.
Note: water spray equipment will be hooked up to customer’s water supply
38 Conversion Kit for 4” to 8” Pipe
This conversion kit is required to support the small pipe diameters 4” to 8”
during weight coating operations.
1 - Carriage assembly with idler urethane support rollers, mounted on rail-type
rollers and clamped to pipe coating carriage system tie bar
4 - Small diameter support rollers, used in place of standard support rollers on
pipe coating carriage units
2 - Pipe hold down frame assemblies, hydraulic operated
3.3 Outgoing section
39 Weigh Station
The coated pipe is installed onto the weigh station to determine the actual
coated weight, to ensure each pipe meets the specified weight as part of the
quality control program and two ensure the batch formula is correct
After the pipe is coated the pipe un-loaders transfers the pipe onto the weigh
station. The weigh station has two load cells to register the weight of the pipe.
1 - Structural steel platforms c/w electronic load cells, each platform has three
double ended shear beam load cells tied together and connected to a
controller that calculates the weight.
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3.4 Batching Plant section
41 Automatic Concrete Batch/Mix Plant
The concrete batch/mixing plant is utilized to accurately measure and mix the
desired formula of the concrete batch.
The raw material required for batch are loaded into primary storage hoppers
(Cement, Sand, and Ore). After calculation of the required mix, the raw materials
are volumetric batched and then transferred to the Pugmill via belt conveyors. In
the Pugmill the raw materials are mixed together with cement and water. After the
mixing operation, the mix will be transferred to the Feed Hopper via belt conveyor
for application onto the pipe.
2 - Feeder Bins, 12 yard hopper and 36” belt
 Self relieving feeder design
 Two ply belt
 Crowned herringbone grooved head pulley
 Winged tail pulley
 One electric motor
 VFD controller for belt speed control
 Shaft mount reducer
 Rack and pinion gate
 Mounted on columns with a skid beam base
1 - Channel Frame Conveyor, 36” wide belt, 35 ft length
 Two ply belt
 Crowned herringbone grooved head pulley
 Winged tail pulley
 Troughing idlers
 One electric motor
 Shaft mount reducer with built in backstop
1 - Belt Scale, with one load cell
1 - Cement Silo, 2,280 cu. ft
 Support Column and bracing
 Jamgate
 Outside ladder with cage – full railing
 Work Platforms
 4” Blower pipe with aluminum adapter
 150 sq.ft Dust house with air vibrator (90psi, 7.5 cfm) and pop-off valve
 Manhole
 8 Externally mounted air pads with manifold
 Low level indicator
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1 - Weigh Hopper, 120 cu. ft
 6ft Diameter
 3 Load Cells
 16 sq.ft Dust Vent
 2 Air pads
 12” Butterfly valve with actuator
 12” x 12” Rotary vane feeder with VFD motor controller
 2 Sock chutes
 Loss-in weight controller with 4-20 ma input and output capability
1 - Aeration Blower for Silo
1 - Pugmill, with twin-Shaft Twin-Drive – Discharge End Drive
 2 - 50HP motors
 Shaft mount reducers
 Liquid spray bar with 2” valve
 Catwalk and handrail with kick plate
 Hinged cover over mixing chamber
 Receiving Hopper
 Contour liner (AR235 plate)
 Hi-chrome paddle tips, reversible for wear
 Belt guards
 Bolt on discharge end plate
 Lifting eyes
 Sub-structure, angle X-bracing, ladder and skid beam base
1 - Water meter & Control Valve
 Water pump and electric motor
 PumpSmart variable speed controller
1 - 5ft x 5ft Control House and Control System
 Control Console
 Main Disconnect
 Circuit Breaker
 Motor Starters
 Wiring system with plug connectors
 Air Conditioning and heating unit
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41-1 Feed Belt
This belt conveys mixed concrete from the mixer to the feed hopper.
1 - Belt conveyor, 16.5 meter length, 600 mm wide (length and width may
change depending on final approved equipment layout)
41-2 Feed Hopper
This unit is for holding mixed concrete and to feed the metered / mixed concrete
onto the metering conveyor.
The mixed concrete is transferred to the feed hopper from the batching unit via the
transfer conveyor. The mixed concrete is metered onto the feed / metering
conveyor through the metering gate on the bottom of the hopper, an electric motor
operated vibrator aids the cement to exit the hopper.
1 - Receiving hopper 2.8 m³ capacity 6.4 mm steel, all welded construction
with vibrators to discharge onto metering conveyor
41-3 Metering Conveyor
The metering conveyor is electronically variable speed controlled, that is
adjustable for the various parameters for pipe diameter, cement thickness, overall
production.
Metering conveyor transfers the shaped / mixed concrete as it is discharged from
receiving hopper. Then deposits it onto high speed belt.
1 - Belt conveyor electronically driven, variable speed controlled.
3.5 General Equipment
42 Drum Grinder Station
This station is required to re-grind the rubber surface of the application drums to
extend the useful life of each application drum.
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1 - Electrically driven, Lathe type machine c/w a belt grinder and mounting
hardware for the drums.
43 QA/QC Laboratory Inspection Equipment
The quality control equipment is to verify that the pipe coated meets the specified
parameters set forth by the pipe owner / Oil & Gas Pipeline Company.
How the QC equipment is used is determined by the specification that states the
test or by the parameters set forth by the manufacturer of the test equipment.
2 - Sieves with sizes: 10mm, 5mm, 2.36mm, 1.18mm, 600 microns, 300
microns, 150 microns
1 - Wet washing sieve, Soil test
1 - Girth Measuring tool
1 - Specific gravity tester w/ accessories
1 - Rodded Bulk density w/ accessories
1 - Speedy moisture tester w/ calibration kit and accessories
1 - Core sample preparation machine w/ accessories
1 - Compression tester, dual range w/ accessories
1 - Push-off test equipment
1 - Impact Test equipment
44 Air Compressor
The air compressor supplies compressed air to the Curing Compound Unit, Wire
Feed Assembly and Scraper Assemblies.
1 - 23 kW Electric Motor, 2.26 m3/min
1 - Starter/Control Box with Control Panel
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4.0 APPENDIX 3. Production of the facility is as follows:
4.1 Capacity
Applicator
Production capacity is a maximum of 8,000 lbs/min (3,629 kg/min).
Batching plant
External cement weight
coating
Plant production rate depends on the pipe diameter and
concrete thickness to be applied. The concrete mixing
system has a maximum capacity of 250 metric tons/hr.
and application head has a maximum capacity output of
217 metric tons/hr.
4.2 Pipe Data
The equipment subject to this contract is capable of coating pipes with the following
characteristics:
1. Pipes, Steel
* ERW
* Longitudinally welded
* Spiral welded
* Seamless pipe
2. Pipe Diameter and Wall Thickness Range
Bare Pipe:
Pipe diameter 4 inch to 48 inch (100 mm to 1220 mm)
Wall thickness 0.196 inch to 1.00 inch (5 mm to 25.4 mm)
Coated Pipe:
Maximum Outside Diameter (OD), includes weight coating, 60” (1524 mm)
Coating thickness: ½ inch to 6 inch (12 mm to 150 mm)
3. Pipe Lengths
26.25 feet to 42.65 feet (8.0 to 13 meters)
4. Maximum Pipe Weight
Bare: 21,410 lb per 42.65 ft
(9,710 kg per 13 m pipe length)
Concrete Coated: 77,690 lb per 42.65 ft
(35,240 kg per 13 m pipe length)
5. Pipe Tolerance
In accordance to API line pipe specifications
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4.3 PLANT SPECIFICATION
Plant Specifications
The equipment subject to this contract is capable of weight coating pipes in accordance with
the following specifications:
1. Coating Specifications
Prior to applying the cement coating, pipes are previously coated with asphalt, or fusion
bonded epoxy, or 3-layer polyethylene. Buyer is responsible for the correct coating
surface preparation.
2. Power and Utility required
Power available, 380 Volts ± 10%, 50 Hz ± 1% three phases with a Neutral.
Maximum Consumption, 330 kW for coating plant and 120 kW for batch/mix plant.
Note: The consumption may change due to final scope of supply.
Electrical specifications
Main power supply 220/380 Vac – Single / Three Phase – 50 Hert
3. Water Usage
3.1 External Cement Coating
Max. Consumption 15 m³/hr
4. Compressed Air
Working pressure at inlet 7 bar
Air Quality To be filtered free from water and oil
Consumption Max. 2.8 m³/min. at 7 bars
5. Application
Rotation Speed 0.5 – 1.5 m/min
Travel Speed (Coating) 5 – 14 m/min. Buyer requests 2-14
m/min. Seller to confirm acceptance.
Travel Speed (Return) 50 meters / min
Throwing unit output 217,000 kg/hr (density 3043 kg/m³)
(190 lb/ft³)
Max. capacity of the application drums
Concrete mixing plant 250,000 kg/hr (density 3043 kg/m³)
(190 lb/ft³)
Max. capacity of the mixing plant
1
5.0 INTERNAL COATING PLANT
This specification describes the equipments concerning an Internal annular pipe
coating line for pipes from 16” up to 48”, with a nominal length of 11.5 – 12.5 meter.
The capacity of the line is up to 180 m²/hr.
No. Q'ty Description Spec./Model No.
46 1
Pipe feeding tire roller
Conveyor
Tire Roll Conveyor, Roller: 550*180*1800mm pitch ,
L= 60M
47 1
Internal Shot Blast Machine
#1
16" - 48"OD, Horizontal Impeller Type, 180 m2/Hr
47 1
Internal Shot Blast Machine
#2
16" - 48"OD, Horizontal Impeller Type, 180 m3/Hr
48 1 Hihg Pressure Air Blower Air Blower with dust collector
49 1
Primer Internal Coating
Machine
16" - 48"OD, 6.12M - 12.12M, spray speed : 8m/min
50 1
Pipe out going tire roller
Conveyor
Tire Roll Conveyor, Roller: 550*180*1800mm pitch ,
L= 37M
6.0 CRUSHING PLANT
The capacity of the line is up to 150 Ton/hr.
No. Q'ty Description Spec./Model No.
51 1 Hopper Iron 5390 x 5440 x 1850mm
52 1 Material Feeder Vibrating ZSW200
1
Motor Type Y160M-4 (3P, 380V, 22.5A, 11Kw,
50Hz)
1460Rpm, Eff 88.4%, Weight 850Kg
Noise 92 dB (A) IP44, Insulating tape:B
53 2 Jaw Crusher #1,#2 (Primary) GXPE 500x750
2
Motor Type Y315S-6 (3P, 380V, 140A, 75Kw,
50Hz)
989Rpm, Eff 93.5%, Weight 850Kg
Noise 92 dB(A), IP44, Insulating tape:B
53 2
Jaw Crusher #3,#4
(Secondary)
GXPE 500x750
2
Motor Type Y315S-6 (3P, 380V, 140A, 75Kw,
50Hz)
989Rpm, Eff 93.5%, Weight 850Kg
Noise 92 dB(A), IP44, Insulating tape:B
54 1 Circular Vibrator Screen 3YK2160
1
Motor Type Y225S-4 (3P, 380V, 70.2A, 37Kw,
50Hz)
2
1480Rpm, Eff 92%, Weight 303Kg
IP44, Insulating Tape : B
55 1 Impact Crusher PCX 850
1
Motor Type Y280S-4 (3P, 380V, 130A, 37Kw,
50Hz)
1480Rpm, Eff 93.6%, Weight 570Kg
IP44, Insulating Tape : B
56 1 Fixed Type Belt Conveyor B800 x 22
1
Motor Type Y160L-4 (3P, 380V, 30A, 15Kw,
50Hz)
1460Rpm, Eff 88.5%, Weight 144Kg
IP44, Insulating Tape : B
Noise 82 dB(A)
56 1 Fixed Type Belt Conveyor B650 x 22
1
Motor Type Y160M-4 (3P, 380V, 23A, 11Kw,
50Hz)
1470Rpm, Eff 88%, Weight 123Kg
IP44, Insulating Tape : B
Noise 82 dB(A)
7.0 BUILDING STEEL STRUCTURE
No. Q'ty Description Spec./Model No.
57 1
Anti-corrosion coating plant steel
structure
126*24m, H: 6m
57 1 Over Head Crane 5 Ton
58 1
Concrete Weight Coating Plant steel
structure
__ m, H: __m
58 1 Incoming Over Head Crane __ Ton
58 1 Outgoing Over Head Crane __ Ton
8.0 CUSTOMS COATING EQUIPMENT
No. Q'ty Description Spec./Model No.
59 1 Blasting Machine With Dust collector SCWB2452(Potable)
59 1 Heating Oven Size: 20ft Container
59 1 Gas Burner & Heat Exchanger 414 - 1428KW, 380V/50HZ
59 2 Flame Spray
1

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Sales Contract For a Coating - CLEAN DRAFT.doc

  • 1. 1 SALES CONTRACT (_________________) for a Coating Plant in _______ Between _________________ Limited And PT. _________________
  • 2. 2 This SALES CONTRACT (“CONTRACT”) is made on ........ August 20_,_, between the following PARTIES: (1) _________________ Limited, a UAE company registration no. .............., having its registered office at ...................................... ..........., .............. hereinafter called ‘ ABC ‘, (2) PT. _________________, an Indonesian company having its registered office at ..........................................................................................., hereinafter called ‘ XYZ ‘. The parties above are hereinafter also collectively referred to as “Parties” and each individually as “Party”. WHEREAS: 1) ‘ ABC ‘ and ‘ XYZ ‘ desire to enter into a CONTRACT for the sales of ‘ XYZ ‘’s existing coating plant in ............ “as it is”. NOW: The Parties hereby agree as follows: 1. DEFINITIONS The following definitions shall be used for the purpose of interpreting the CONTRACT. 1.1 "AFFILIATE" means any subsidiary or parent or holding company of any company or any other subsidiary of such parent or holding company. 1.2 “CONTRACT EQUIPMENT” means mechanical equipment and spare parts under the CONTRACT to be supplied by ‘ XYZ ‘. 1.3 “PLANT” means the ‘ XYZ ‘’s plant installed at site in ............. “as it is”. 1.4 “CONSEQUENTIAL LOSS” means: (a) consequential or indirect loss under English law; and (b) loss and/or deferral of production, loss of product, loss of use, loss of revenue, profit or anticipated profit (if any), in each case whether direct or indirect to the extent that these are not included in paragraph (a), and whether or not foreseeable at the signing date of this CONTRACT. 1.5 “DEFECT” means any part of the WORK not in conformance with the CONTRACT. 1.6 “DELAY” means ‘ ABC ‘ and/or ‘ XYZ ‘’s failure to comply with the TIME SCHEDULE. 1.7 “FORCE MAJEURE” has the meaning set out in Clause 8. 1.8 “NON-PERFORMANCE” means ‘ ABC ‘ and ‘ XYZ ‘’s incapacity to provide the PLANT in accordance with the provisions set out in this CONTRACT. 1.9 “SITE” means the place where the CONTRACT EQUIPMENT installed at site in ..............
  • 3. 3 1.10 "SUBCONTRACTOR" means any party (other than ‘ XYZ ‘) to a SUBCONTRACT. 1.11 “TECHNICAL DOCUMENTATION” means all the technical indices, drawings and other documentation related to basic design and operation manual of existing plant. 1.12 “TECHNICAL SPECIFICATION” means the technical parameters of the CONTRACT EQUIPMENT as set out in ANNEX 3. 1.13 “TIME SCHEDULE” means the time schedule as set out in ANNEX 2. 1.14 “TOTAL CONTRACT PRICE” means the fixed price under Clause 5 payable by ‘ ABC ‘ to ‘ XYZ ‘ under the CONTRACT and defined in detail in ANNEX 1. 2. INTERPRETATION 2.1 All instructions, notices, agreements, authorisations, approvals and acknowledgements shall be in writing. All such documentation together with all correspondence and other documents shall be in the English language. 2.2 Any reference to statute, statutory provision or statutory instrument shall include any re- enactment or amendment thereof for the time being in force. 2.3 In the event of any conflict between the provisions of these General Conditions and these of any Special Conditions, the latter shall prevail. 3. OBJECT OF THE CONTRACT 3.1 ‘ ABC ‘ wishes to purchase the PLANT “as it is” in .............. The design of ‘ XYZ ‘’s existing coating plant is to be used at ‘ ABC ‘’s disposal. 3.2 For this purpose, ‘ ABC ‘ agrees to buy the CONTRACT EQUIPMENT from ‘ XYZ ‘ and ‘ XYZ ‘ agrees to sell to ‘ ABC ‘ the CONTRACT EQUIPMENT for the TOTAL CONTRACT PRICE as set out in Clause 5 below. 3.3 The CONTRACT WORK is composed of the followings (hereinafter called : WORK): (a) The CONTRACT EQUIPMENT consisting of the pipe handling & coating application equipment as set out in ANNEX 3 the TECHNICAL SPECIFICATION with the following subheadings: External coating plant - S1 Pipe Entry, - S2 Mill scale blasting section, - S3 3LPE coating section, - S4 Finishing & inspection section, - S5 General equipment
  • 4. 4 Concrete weight coating plant - S1 Incoming section, - S2 Coating application section, - S3 Outgoing section, - S4 Batching plant section - S5 General equipment. Internal Coating Plant - S1 Tire Roller conveyor - S2 Internal shot blasting machine - S3 Surface Cleaning - S4 Primer Internal coating machine - S5 Tire Roller conveyor Crushing Plant - S1 Hopper - S2 Material Feeder Vibrator - S3 Jaw Crusher - S4 Circular Vibrator screen - S5 Impact Crusher - S6 Belt Conveyor Building Steel structure - S1 Structure and Overhead Cranes Anti-Corrosion plant - S2 Structure and Overhead Cranes CWC plant Customs coating equipment - S1 Heating oven, flame spray For the details refer to Annex 3. (b) The TECHNICAL DOCUMENTATION to be supplied by ‘ XYZ ‘ to ‘ ABC ‘ essentially comprises: General - Preliminary lay-out drawings of plant, - General lay-out drawings, - Foundation load plan drawings, - Plant floor plan top view drawing, cross-section view indicating the trenches, pits etc., - Data on the utilities (gas, water, electricity etc.), - Operation manual in English language (1 set + 1copy on CD)
  • 5. 5 Mechanical equipment - General assembly drawings of important parts, as per ‘ XYZ ‘’s documentation standard, - Data on the lubricants regarding quality and quantity and - Data and instructions required for the maintenance, as per ‘ XYZ ‘’s work standard. Hydraulic/Pneumatic/Fluids equipment - Hydraulic/pneumatic diagrams and - Data and instructions required for the maintenance, as per ‘ XYZ ‘’s work standard. Electrical equipment - Operator desk lay-out drawings, - Cable schedules where required according to ‘ XYZ ‘’s work standard, - Electrical diagrams and - PLC documentation. 3.4 The ownership and risk of any item of CONTRACT EQUIPMENT shall be transferred from ‘ XYZ ‘ to ‘ ABC ‘ at the time of commencement of dismantling the CONTRACT EQUIPMENT at the SITE in .............. 4. DUTY TO INFORM OF PROGRESS 4.1 ‘ ABC ‘ shall give ‘ XYZ ‘ full information in advance as to its plan for dismantling, packing and load out schedule of CONTRACT EQUIPMENT as set out in TIME SCHEDULE in ANNEX 2. 4.2 ‘ ABC ‘ shall give ‘ XYZ ‘ full information in advance as to shipment of CONTRACT EQUIPMENT. 5. PRICE 5.1 The TOTAL CONTRACT PRICE for the CONTRACT EQUIPMENT furnished by ‘ XYZ ‘ according to the stipulations of the CONTRACT and its Annexes and, more generally, for the performance of its obligations by ‘ XYZ ‘ under this CONTRACT, amounts to U$ _________ (in words __________ US Dollars) Nett inclusive of VAT or any other such taxes. 6. PAYMENT AND TERMS OF PAYMENT 6.1 Subject to satisfactory progress of the Work, ‘ ABC ‘ shall pay ‘ XYZ ‘ for its Work in the manner, in the currencies, and at the time set forth in this Article. 6.2 The payment of the CONTRACT Price shall be made in US Dollar as follows: a) CONTRACT EQUIPMENT
  • 6. 6 6.2.1 Advance Payment An Advance Payment amounting to fifty percent (50%) of the CONTRACT Price i.e. United States Dollars _____________ (US$ _______) shall be paid by means of telegraphic transfer to the bank account designated by ‘ XYZ ‘ within 15 days after CONTRACT signing. 6.2.2 Progressive Payment The remaining fifty percent (50%) of the CONTRACT Price i.e. United States Dollars __________________ (US$ ___________) shall be paid by means of telegraphic transfer to the bank account designated by ‘ XYZ ‘ within at least seven (7) days before loading out of the CONTRACT EQUIPMENT at ‘ XYZ ‘’s private jetty in .............. 6.2.3 ‘ ABC ‘ may wish to ship the Concrete Weight Coating Plant and associated building structure, overhead cranes, QC equipment and test rigs prior to shipping of the remaining CONTRACT EQUIPMENT. In this case the balance payment for this plant as agreed in Annex 1 shall be paid in full at least 7 days before load-out. 7. DELIVERY AND TERMS OF DELIVERY 7.1 ‘ ABC ‘ undertakes to substantially finish the dismantling, packing and load out of CONTRACT EQUIPMENT as per the TIME SCHEDULE as defined in the ANNEX 2. ‘ ABC ‘ may subcontract the dismantling, packing and load-out of CONTRACT EQUIPMENT. Following such dismantling, packing and load-out of CONTRACT EQUIPMENT, ‘ ABC ‘ shall bear no responsibility whatsoever for reinstatement of the site. 8. FORCE MAJEURE 8.1 Neither party shall be considered in default of performance of its obligation under CONTRACT to the extent that the performance of such obligation is delayed or prevented by force majeure. 8.2 Force majeure is herein defined to be acts of God, acts of war (declared or undeclared), hostilities, riots, civil unrest insurrection, lockouts, etc. which are beyond reasonable control of both Parties and unforeseeable as of the signing date of CONTRACT. 8.3 Interruption of obligations under CONTRACT due to force majeure shall not be considered a waiver of either party’s such obligations. If an event of force majeure prevents either party from carrying out its obligations under or in connection with CONTRACT, such party shall promptly notify it in writing to the other party. 8.4 Each party, upon giving written notice as above, may suspend its obligation to the extent necessitated by the occurrence of force majeure, and relevant periods shall be extended commensurate with such suspension. The occurrence of force majeure shall not entitle either party to any additional compensation whatsoever unless otherwise agreed between the Parties. 8.5 If after one hundred and eighty (180) days from the date of giving the aforesaid notice, the notifying party shall still be so prevented, for reasons of force majeure, from performing its
  • 7. 7 obligations under CONTRACT, the Parties shall consult with each other in good faith with a view to determining equitable action appropriate under such circumstances. 8.6 Notwithstanding the period specified under the preceding paragraph, it is hereby mutually agreed that at any time subsequent to the occurrence of force majeure, either party may, upon its request, discuss amicably with the other party in order to set the provisional arrangements to be adopted by both Parties for the purpose of minimizing or avoiding any losses, damages or expenses which the affected party may incur in consequence of the suspension as provided hereunder. 8.7 The above mentioned shall be in effect until the completion of the CONTRACT. 9. SUSPENSION 9.1 If the suspension arises due to ‘ ABC ‘’s failure, then ‘ XYZ ‘ has the right of an adjustment(s) of the TOTAL CONTRACT PRICE or TIME SCHEDULE. 10. TAXES AND CUSTOM 10.1 All taxes, custom duties and other dues outside of Indonesia arising after ownership transfer in connection with and in the performance of the CONTRACT shall be borne by ‘ ABC ‘ directly to the respective tax authorities. 10.2 ‘ XYZ ‘ warrants that it has brought the CONTRACT EQUIPMENT into ............. Island lawfully and has paid all necessary taxes and duties to the relevant Indonesian Authorities. ‘ ABC ‘ shall not be liable for any duties or taxes as may be levied by the Indonesian Authorities related to the export of the CONTRACT EQUIPMENT from .............. Any such duties levied to be deducted from the CONTRACT PRICE. 11. OWNERSHIP 11.1 ‘ ABC ‘ shall become the owner of the CONTRACT EQUIPMENT at the time of commencement of dismantling CONTRACT EQUIPMENT in .............. 11.2 After the transfer of ownership, ‘ ABC ‘ shall be fully responsible for the dismantling, packing and load out of the CONTRACTUAL EQUIPMENT as per the TIME SCHEDULE in ANNEX 2. 12. LAWS AND REGULATIONS 12.1 ‘ ABC ‘ shall comply with all applicable laws, rules and regulations of any governmental or regulatory body having jurisdiction over the WORK and/or any of the SITE. 12.2 ‘ ABC ‘ shall obtain all licences, permits, temporary permits and authorisations required by the applicable laws, rules and regulations for the performance. 13. INDEMNITIES 13.1 ‘ XYZ ‘ shall indemnify, defend and hold harmless ‘ ABC ‘ from and against any and all
  • 8. 8 suits, actions, legal or administrative proceedings, claims, demands, damages, costs and expenses of whatsoever kind or nature whether arising before loading out dismantling of CONTRACT EQUIPMENT in .............. 13.2 ‘ ABC ‘ shall indemnify, defend and hold harmless ‘ XYZ ‘ from and against any and all suits, actions, legal or administrative proceedings, claims, demands, damages, costs and expenses of whatsoever kind or nature whether arising after loading out dismantling of CONTRACT EQUIPMENT in .............. 14. INSURANCE 14.1 All the necessary insurances required for this CONTRACT shall be covered by ‘ ABC ‘. 15. CONFIDENTIALITY 15.1 ‘ ABC ‘ shall maintain secrecy, and not disclose to any third party, or use other than for the purposes of this CONTRACT any information relating in any way to the Supply, which has hereto been disclosed by ‘ XYZ ‘ to ‘ ABC ‘ or which is so disclosed during the performance of this CONTRACT for five (5) years from the Effective Date of this CONTRACT. It is understood by the Parties hereto that this provision shall not be interpreted to prevent inspections by any government or local authorities. The obligation in this Article shall not be applicable to any information (i) which is already known to ‘ ABC ‘ at the time of disclosure, (ii) which became generally available to public through no fault of ‘ ABC ‘ or (iii) which is in public domain at the time of disclosure.. 16. TERMINATION Notwithstanding any other provisions of this CONTRACT, either of the Parties shall be considered by the other party in default of its CONTRACTUAL obligation under this CONTRACT if: 16.1 ‘ ABC ‘ substantially fails to complete the work of dismantling, packing and load out of the CONTRACT EQUIPMENT exceeding more than two (2) months from the time specified in ANNEX 2 or any extension thereof; or 16.2 ‘ ABC ‘ fails to make the payment as set out in Clause 5 and 6; or 16.3 Either of the Parties becomes insolvent or files a petition for rearrangement, composition or compromise with its creditors under any applicable law during WORK. Upon the occurrence of any of the foregoing, one party may notify the other party in default of CONTRACTUAL obligation in writing of the nature of the failure and of its intention to terminate the CONTRACT for default. In the event the party in default does not correct such failure, or commence and diligently and faithfully continue action to correct such failure, within thirty (30) days of such notice, the other party may terminate the whole or part of CONTRACT upon giving fourteen (14) days prior written notice.
  • 9. 9 17. BUSINESS ETHICS 17.1 Both ‘ XYZ ‘ and ‘ ABC ‘ shall uphold the highest standards of business ethics in the performance of the CONTRACT. Honesty, fairness and integrity shall be paramount principles in the dealings between the Parties. 17.2 Neither party shall knowingly involve itself in any business in connection with, or use information arising from the CONTRACT in any manner which conflicts with the interests of the other party. 18. GOVERNING LAW AND LANGUAGE 18.1 This CONTRACT and all amendments, modifications, alterations, or supplements hereto, and all disputes or claims concerning the validity, scope, meaning, construction, interpretation, or application of this CONTRACT, and of its provisions, or the performance thereunder by either or both of the Parties shall be construed and interpreted in accordance with the laws of Singapore. 18.2 The governing language shall be the English language. 19. NOTICES All notices in respect of the CONTRACT shall be given in writing and delivered by hand, by e-mail, fax or by an international courier service of good standing such as DHL and etc; to the relevant address specified below in the heading of this CONTRACT and copied to such other office or offices of the Parties as shall from time to time be nominated by them in writing to the other. Such notices shall be effective: To ‘ ABC ‘ : ________________________ Attn : .................................... Fax No. : .................................... E-mail . : .................................... To ‘ XYZ ‘ : PT. _________________ ...................................................................................... Attn : ....................................
  • 10. 10 Fax No. : .................................... E-mail . : .................................... All notices, demands, requests, statements or other communications to be made or given by the each party hereunder shall be in the English language. Any documents required to be delivered pursuant to this CONTRACT which are not in the English language must be accompanied by a certified English language translation thereof and in the event of any conflict between the original of the document and the English language translation thereof, the English translation shall prevail. 20. ENTIRE AGREEMENT This CONTRACT constitutes the entire agreement between the Parties hereto to the CONTRACT work and supersedes all prior negotiations, representations or agreements related to the CONTRACT, either written or oral. No amendments to the CONTRACT shall be effective unless evidenced in writing and signed by the Parties to the CONTRACT. The CONTRACT applies to the provision of all WORK, whether carried out before, on or after the signing date of the CONTRACT. Both ‘ XYZ ‘ and ‘ ABC ‘ agree that: 1) all WORKand services are deemed to be carried out under the CONTRACT; and 2) all payments are deemed to be payments made under the CONTRACT, which payments form part of the TOTAL CONTRACT PRICE. 21. MITIGATION OF LOSS Both ‘ ABC ‘ and ‘ XYZ ‘ shall take all reasonable action to mitigate any losses resulting from any breach of CONTRACT by the other party. 22. INVALIDITY AND SEVERABILITY If any provision of this CONTRACT shall be found by any court or administrative body of competent jurisdiction to be invalid or unenforceable, the invalidity or unenforceability shall not affect the other provisions of this CONTRACT and all provisions not affected by such invalidity or unenforceability shall remain in full force and effect. ‘ ABC ‘ and ‘ XYZ ‘ agree to attempt to substitute, for any invalid or unenforceable provision, a valid or enforceable provision which achieves to the greatest possible extent the economic, legal and commercial objectives of the invalid or unenforceable provision. 23. GUARANTEE 23.1 ‘ XYZ ‘ guarantees that the CONTRACT EQUIPMENT shall be in conformity with the technical specification as specified in the CONTRACT. 23.2 The CONTRACT EQUIPMENT is used, one “as it is” which ‘ XYZ ‘ possesses at the time of signing the CONTRACT. ‘ XYZ ‘ warrants that it is the legal owner of the CONTRACT EQUIPMENT and that said CONTRACT EQUIPMENT is sold free of any & all liens, pledges, bonds, loans or other incumbrances. 24. LIQUIDATED DAMAGES AND LIMITATION OF LIABILITY
  • 11. 11 24.1 When the work of dismantling, packing and load out of the CONTRACT EQUIPMENT by ‘ ABC ‘ is delayed from the time schedule defined in the ANNEX 2, ‘ ABC ‘ shall pay liquidated damages to ‘ XYZ ‘ as follows: 1 % of the TOTAL CONTRACT PRICE per one (1) week for the delay 24.2 Should the work of dismantling, packing and load-out of the CONTRACT EQUIPMENT be delayed solely by the fault of ‘ XYZ ‘ then ‘ XYZ ‘ shall pay to ‘ ABC ‘ liquidated damages as follows: 1 % of the TOTAL CONTRACT PRICE per one (1) week for the delay 24.3 Neither party shall be liable to the other party for any consequential damage or losses including loss of production or operation. 25. ARBITRATION Any and all disputes between the Parties arising out of or in connection with the CONTRACT thereof shall be amicably settled between the Parties hereto, failing which such dispute shall be settled by arbitration in accordance with the Rules of Conciliation and Arbitration of the International Chamber of Commerce by three(3) arbitrators appointed in accordance with the said Rules. The place of arbitration shall be in Singapore. The award rendered by the arbitration shall be final and binding upon the Parties, and resort to any Judicial Court or Tribunal is hereby waived except for the purpose of enforcement of such award. 26. PRECEDENCE 26.1 CONTRACT shall include the following and in the following order of priority and precedence: 1) CONTRACT 2) ANNEXES The CONTRACT constitutes the entire agreement between ‘ ABC ‘ and ‘ XYZ ‘ with respect to the subject matter of the CONTRACT and supersedes all communications, negotiations and agreements (whether written or oral) of ‘ ABC ‘ and ‘ XYZ ‘ with respect thereto made prior to the signing date of CONTRACT. 26.2 To effect any change to CONTRACT will require agreement between both parties and the issuance of a properly executed Addendum to this CONTRACT. [Comment- Duplicates Clause 20. ] 27. ACCESS
  • 12. 12 27.1 ‘ XYZ ‘ shall allow ‘ ABC ‘ or its subcontractor’s representatives to access their premises at all reasonable time for execution of the dismantling & packing works of CONTRACT EQUIPMENT. ‘ XYZ ‘ will provide ‘ ABC ‘ representatives (3-4 persons) with office space in the ‘ XYZ ‘ premises during this period. 27.2 Such works would be expected to be performed six (6) days per week, up to twelve (12) hours per day although extended hours or days may be worked at ‘ ABC ‘ or its subcontractor’s discretion. 28.0 INSPECTION It shall be the responsibility of ‘ ABC ‘ to inspect all CONTRACT EQUIPMENT prior to packing at ‘ XYZ ‘’s premises and ‘ ABC ‘ shall issue a certificate of inspection thereof. The failure by ‘ ABC ‘ of any inspection prior to packing at ‘ XYZ ‘’s premises, shall deprive ‘ ABC ‘’s right of rejection for non-conforming or defective Equipment and Materials. ‘ ABC ‘’s inspection prior to packing at ‘ XYZ ‘’s premises shall be final. 29. ASSISTANCE 29.1 ‘ XYZ ‘ shall provide all reasonable assistance to ‘ ABC ‘ to obtain the necessary visas or temporary work permits required for ‘ ABC ‘ or its subcontractor’s personnel for the execution of the dismantling, packing & load-out of CONTRACT EQUIPMENT. ‘ XYZ ‘ shall also assist with any documentation as may be required by the Indonesian Custom Authorities for the exportation of the CONTRACT EQUIPMENT from Indonesia. 29.2 Should ‘ ABC ‘ or its subcontractors request ‘ XYZ ‘ to rent equipment, purchase supplies, provide transport or labour etc on its behalf costs for such services are to be reimbursed to ‘ XYZ ‘ at rates to be mutually agreed in advance. 30. Term of CONTRACT The terms of this CONTRACT shall commence on the Effective Date and shall end upon payment in full of all of the deferred amount, interest and other sums payable by ‘ ABC ‘ hereunder. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, ‘ ABC ‘ and ‘ XYZ ‘ have caused this CONTRACT to be duly executed on the day and year first above written by their duly authorized representatives. Signed for and on behalf of Signed for and on behalf of ‘ ABC ‘ ‘ XYZ ‘ NAME : .................................... NAME : .................................... TITLE : .................................... TITLE : ....................................
  • 13. 13 Annex 1 Price Detail Table 1. EXTERNAL COATING PLANT Item Q’ty Description Price. US$ ( Excl. VAT) Pipe entry section 1 4 Inbound pipe racks 2 1 Pipe Indexer system 3 1 Diabolo Conveyor 4 4 Intermediate pipe racks Mill Scale Blasting Section 5 1 External pipe wash unit 6 1 Pre-heating oven 7 1 External mechanical blaster 8 Blasting Conveyer 9 1 Pipe Indexer system 10 4 Intermediate pipe racks 11 1 Inspection station 12 1 Pipe Indexer system 3LPE coating section 13 1 Coating conveyor 14 1 Pipe push unit 15 1 Main heating system 16 1 External coating system 16.1 1 FBE applicator 16.2 1 Adhesive extruder 220kg/h 16.3 1 PE extruder 1500kg/h 16.4 1 Electric Control Cabin for both extruders 16.5 1 Granules drying & supply system 17 1 Quench station Finishing & Inspection section 18 1 Holiday Detection 19 1 Pipe Indexer system 20 4 Intermediate pipe racks 21 1 Pipe end cleaning system 22 1 Pipe Indexer system 23 1 Intermediate pipe racks 24 1 Inspection station General Equipment 25 1 Electric Control Cabin for both extruders 26 1 Set of safety fences & aircon control room 27 1 Hydraulic system external blasting & Coating section 28 1 Compressed air system 29 1 Set of general Q.C equipment TOTAL USD
  • 14. 14 2. CONCRETE WEIGHT COATING PLANT Item Q’ty Description Price.US$ (Excl.VAT) Incoming Section 30 2 Incoming Pipe Skid ways, 12 m length 31 1 Set of pipe loader carriages with Hydraulic Power Unit and tracks Coating Application Section 32 1 (Set) Tracks, 48m for pipe carriages 33 Set Pipe Carriages for pipe rotation and transversing one powered and one idler 34 1 Impingement throwing unit with two (2) rubber covered drums driven by two (2) electric motors, Air conditioned operator control room with control consoles and motor control centers 35 1 Concrete reclaim system 36 1 Wire feed system w/ accumulators 37 1 Water spray and curing compound Application system 38 1 Conversion kit to handle 4" to 8" Pipe Outgoing Section 39 1 Weigh Station w/ indication on the control panel 40 1 Set of pipe un-loader carriages with Hydraulic Power Unit and tracks Batching Plant Section 41 1 Automatic concrete volumetric batch and mix plant, 250 Metric tons/hr with 80 Ton silo 41-1 1 Feed Belt conveyor from mixer to Feed Hopper 41-2 1 Feed hopper 41-3 1 Metering Conveyor General Equipment 42 1 Drum Grinding Unit 43 1 QA/QC laboratory inspection equipment 44 1 Air compressor, 23 kW, 2.26m3/min 45 3 Turning Roller TOTAL USD
  • 15. 15 3. INTERNAL COATING PLANT Item Q’ty Description Price.US$ (Excl.VAT) 46 1 Set Pipe feeding tire roll conveyor L : 60 meters 47 2 Unit Internal Shot Blast Machine 16" - 48", Horizontal Impeller Type, 180m²/Hr 48 1 Set High Pressure Air Blower for surface cleaning 49 1 Set Primer Internal Coating Machine 16" - 48", 6M - 12M 50 1 Set Pipe out going tire roll conveyor L : 37 meters 4. CRUSHING PLANT Item Q’ty Description Price.US$ (Excl.VAT) 51 1 Set Hopper Iron 5390 x 5440 x 1850 52 2 Unit Material Feeder Vibrating ZSW 200 53 4 Unit Jaw Crusher #1 - #4 Type : GXPE 500 x 750 54 1 Unit Circular Vibrator Screen Type : 3YK2160 55 1 Unit Impact Crusher Type : PCX 850 56 6 Sets Belt Conveyor DTII800, 1000 25-35M
  • 16. 16 5. BUILDING STRUCTURE Item Q’ty Description Price.US$ (Excl.VAT) 57 1 Set Anti Corrosion Coating Plant Steel Structure; Total Area : 126m x 24m Over Head Crane: Capacity 5Ton 58 1 Set CWC Plant Steel Structure; Total Area: ___ x ____ Overhead Cranes Incoming Capacity: __ Ton Overhead Cranes Outgoing Capacity: __ Ton 6. CUSTOMS COATING EQUIPMENT Item Q’ty Description Price.US$ (Excl.VAT) 59 1 Set Heating oven (20ft container) Flame spray
  • 17. 17 Annex 2 TIME SCHEDULE ‘ ABC ‘ and ‘ XYZ ‘ agree with the Time Schedule related to Supply of CONTRACT EQUIPMENT as specified below. Subject to the Time Schedule hereof, ‘ ABC ‘ shall perform the dismantling and packing work of CONTRACT EQUIPMENT and shall be ready for shipment to be arranged by ‘ ABC ‘.
  • 18. 18 Annex 3 TECHNICAL SPECIFICATION TECHNICAL SPECIFICATION External Coating Plant Concrete Weight Coating Plant Internal Coating Plant Crushing Plant Building Steel Structure Customs Coating Plant REVISIONS 0 ............... REV DATE DESCRIPTION Raised By Checked by Customer CLIENT: OWNER : PROJECT: PROJECT DOC NO.: _____________________
  • 19. 19 INDEX INTRODUCTION 1.0 EXTERNAL COATING PLANT SECTION 1.1 Pipe Entry 1.2Mill Scale Blasting Section 1.33LPE Coating Section 1.4Finishing & Inspection Section 1.5 General Equipment 2 APPENDIX 1: TECHNICAL SPECIFICATION (ACC PLANT) 2.1Steel Pipe Dimension 2.1.1 Applied diameter range 2.1.2 Pipe length 2.1.3 Pipe wall thickness 2.1.4 Pipe weight max 2.1.5 Minimum net inside diameters for internal blasting installations 2.2 Power and Utilities Assumed to be available (For Main Scope Only) 2.2.1 Cooling water 2.2.2 Compressed air, for general equipment (excluding Epoxy station) 2.2.3 Compressed air requirements for external epoxy coating station 2.2.4 Electrical power 2.2.5 Natural gas 3 CONCRETE WEIGHT COATING PLANT SECTION 3.1Incoming Section 3.2Coating Application Section 3.3Outgoing Section 3.4Batching Plant Section 3.5General Equipment 4 APPENDIX 3: Plant Specification and condition 5 INTERNAL COATING PLANT
  • 20. 20 6 CRUSHING PLANT 7 BUILDING STEEL STRUCTURE 8 CUSTOMS COATING EQUIPMENT
  • 21. 21 1.0 EXTERNAL COATING PLANT This document describes the equipments concerning an external annular pipe coating line for pipes from 4” up to 48”, with wall thickness 4mm to 30mm and with a nominal length of 12 meter. The capacity of the line is up to 300 m²/hr. 1.1 PIPE ENTRY Item Qty Description 01 1 Inbound pipe racks <located outside>, each consisting of: 4 Rack frame, length approx. 10 meter 02 3 Pipe indexer system, 1 < From inbound pipe racks to diabolo conveyor > 1 < Diabolo conveyor to Intermediate pipe racks > 1 < Intermediate pipe racks to blasting conveyor > consisting of: 3 Pipe indexers, operating parallel to each other and together suitable for lifting 1 pipe simultaneously. Each individual buggy is equipped A hydraulic operated lifting arm and power supply unit. Set of trail track for pipe indexers 031 Diabolo Conveyor (approx. 16.65 meters) 04 1 Intermediate pipe racks, each consisting of: 3 Rack frame, length approx. 2 meters 1.2 MILLS SCALE BLASTING SECTION Item Qty Description 05 1 External pipe wash unit <to remove dirt>, consisting of: 1 Spray cleaning booth 1 High pressure, hot water cleaner 1 Set of seals for the reference pipe diameters 06 1 Pre-heating oven (gas-fired), consisting of: 1 Insulated oven house, fully enclosing the pipe 1 Gas-fired radiation burners, with total capacity of approx. 500 kW 1 Set of piping and reducer 1 Electric control panel
  • 22. 22 07 1 External mechanical blaster <to remove mill scale>, consisting of: 1 Rigid steel manufactured blast Cabin(outside), fitted with exchangeable wear plates (inside manganese steel plate). 2 Blast wheels, with the following specification; Diameter : 500mm Blade width : 105mm Quantity of blades : 8 Throwing speed : 80m/sec Power turbine : 110 KW Revolutions : 2250 rpm Transmission : V-belt drive 1 Bucket elevator 1 Abrasive reclaim, sieving and storage system 1 Set of manganese steel seal adaptors for pipe entrance & exit holes for the pipe diameter range 1 Set of rubber seals for the diameter range, base on API pipe diameters 1 Maintenance platform & access ladder 1 Blaster pit coverage (buyer supply) 1 Heavy duty dust collector, consisting of: 1 Filter house with vertical positioned cartridges; specification as follows; No. of cartridges : 16 Dimension of cartridge : dia=324mm, L=660mm Total filter surface : 330m2 Air pulse cleaning pressure : 6 – 7 Bar (clean air) Position of cartridges : Vertical (mounted in top lid) Air retraction fans, capacity of approx.16,000 m³/hr, mounted on top of filter house 1 Air ducts between filter & blaster 1 Suspension of air duct to roof, walls or otherwise (buyer supply) 1 Maintenance platform & access ladder 08 1 Blasting conveyor , length approximately 53 meters, consisting of: 21 Wheel pairs, skid mounted, one wheel of each wheel pair driven by elec. Motor, c/w: - Speed control ( for variable production speed & catch-up at inbound & break-away at outbound section, by push-button control) - electro-mechanical pitch adjustment devices - electro-mechanical width adjustment devices 09 1 Pipe indexer system <from blasting conveyor to inspection
  • 23. 23 station>, Consisting of: 3 Pipe indexers, operating parallel to each other and together suitable for lifting 1 pipe simultaneously. Each individual buggy is equipped with a hydraulic operated lifting arm and power supply unit. Set of rail track for pipe indexer 10 1 Intermediate pipe rack, each consisting of: 4 Rack frame, length approx. 3 meters 11 1 Inspection station (after blasting), consisting of: 1 Inspection and grinding platform 12 1 Pipe indexer system <to coating conveyor>, consisting of: 3 Pipe indexers, operating parallel to each other and together suitable for lifting 1 pipe simultaneously. Each individual buggy is equipped with a hydraulic operated lifting arm and power supply unit. Set of rail track for pipe indexers 1.3 3LPE COATING SECTION Item Qty Description 13 1 Coating conveyor, length approximately 80 meters, consisting of: 30 Wheel pairs, skid mounted, one wheel of each wheel pair driven by elec. Motor, c/w: - Speed control ( for variable production speed & catch-up at inbound & break-away at outbound section, by push-button control) - electro - mechanical pitch adjustment devices - electro - mechanical width adjustment devices 14 1 Pipe push unit, consisting of: Frame with suspensions for bottom and top guide wheels Traction unit with speed control 15 1 Induction-heating system , consisting of: 1 Inverter and capacitor station, total combined output power approx. 2,000 kW 1 Set of induction coil to cover all pipe diameters.(4-48”OD) 1 Chiller for induction heaters 16 1 External coating system, consisting of: 16.1 1 FBE applicator, c/w
  • 24. 24 2 Application cabin 1 Set of seals for the reference pipe diameters 14 Electrostatic FBE guns 1 Powder feeding system 1 Powder reclaim system and heavy duty sock type filter unit specially designed for FBE 1 Fire suppressing unit 1 Control panel 16.2 1 Adhesive Extruder, ≈ 220 kg/hr for LD based adhesive, Consisting of: 1 Specially designed screw (nitrated steel) 1 Screw barrel, with air coolers and heating elements 1 Water cooled intake bush 1 High capacity gear box for high axial thrust loads 1 DC-drive motor with control module 1 Set of gear belts and pulleys 1 Extruder frame with possibility of side and longitudinal adjustment 1 Set of cables to extruder cabinet 1 Die support frame 1 Flat die ( width: 400mm) 16.3 1 PE Extruder, ≈ 1,500 kg/hr for HDPE, consisting of: 1 Specially designed screw (nitrated steel) 1 Screw barrel, with air coolers and heating elements 1 Water cooled intake bush 1 High capacity gear box for high axial thrust loads 1 *DC-drive motor with control module 1 Set of gear belts and pulleys 1 Extruder frame with possibility of longitudinal adjustment 1 Die support frame 1 Extruder cooling system 1 Flat die ( width: 1000mm) 1 Adhesive film pressure roller system 1 PE-Topcoat film pressure roller system 1 Weld seam compensation system 16.4 1 Electric Control Cabin for both extruders, consisting of: 1 MCC panel, containing power gears, switches, relays, working hour meters, etc for operation of the extruder: 1 Separately installed operator panel (HMI) with display and PLC Control and the following features for each extruder: -Screw speed indicators -Motor current indicators -Set points temperatures -Process values temperatures -Melt temperature indicator
  • 25. 25 -Melt pressure indicator -Timer -Slide valve hopper loader (open/closed) indicator -Granules supply & drying date -Fault indicator Note: The panels needs to be placed inside an air cooled and dust free room (not included) 16.5 1 Granules drying and supply system for adhesive and PE, consisting of: 1 Granules hopper 500 liters (PE), manual fill 1 Granules hopper 120 liters (adhesive), manual fill 1 Set of vacuum loaders to bring granules from hopper to driers 1 Dry-air dryer with vacuum loader for PE 1 Dry-air dryer with vacuum loader for adhesive 1 Dry-air dryer with vacuum loader for color additive 17 1 Quench station, <water basin made in concrete foundation underneath Quench>, consisting of: 1 Set of spray piping from side and from top 1 Quench side enclosure 1 Set of cooling water circulation pumps 1 Set of cooling towers 1.4 FINISHING & INSPECTION SECTION Item Qty Description 18 1 Holiday detection, consisting of: 1 HV detector unit, inc. visual and audible alarms 1 Installation frame 1 Set of ring detection brushes for the reference pipe diameters 19 1 Pipe indexer system, < coating conveyor to Intermediate racks> consisting of : 4 Pipe indexers, operating parallel to each other and together suitable for lifting 1 pipe simultaneously. Each individual buggy is equipped with a hydraulic operated lifting arm and power supply unit. Set of rail track for pipe indexers 20 1 Intermediate pipe racks, each consisting of: 4 Rack frame, padded, length approx. 2 meters 21 1 Pipe end cleaning station, consisting of: 1 Walking beam indexer, consisting of:
  • 26. 26 1 Pipe rotation stations 1 Pipe-end cleaning units, each with: 1 Knife cutting device 1 Removed PE collection unit 22 1 Pipe indexer system,< end cleaning to intermediate pipe rack> consisting of: 2 Pipe indexers, operating parallel to each other and together suitable for lifting 1 pipe simultaneously. Each individual buggy is equipped with a hydraulic Operated lifting arm and power supply unit. Set of rail track for pipe indexers 23 1 Intermediate pipe racks, consisting of: 4 Rack frame, padded 24 1 Inspection station <final inspection>, consisting of: Inspection platform 1.5 GENERAL EQUIPMENT Item Qty Description 25 1 Electrical control system, blasting External blasting consisting of; 1 Control cabin fitted with controls, fuses, power starters, switches etc. 1 Operator control desk 1 Set of interconnecting cables (max. length 5 meters) Electric control system coating conveyor & blasting conveyor, consisting of; 1 Motor control centre with PLC, switch gear& frequency invertors 1 Local operator panels inbounded coating conveyor 1 Local operator panel outbound coating conveyor 1 Set of cables, sensors & connection boxes 1 MV 13.8 kV power distribution (also for internal plant) 1 MV/LV transformers (also for internal plant) 1 LV power distribution (also for internal plant) 1 Data registration system and visualization system *Electrical controls must be installed inside air-cooled control room if circumstances dictate so.
  • 27. 27 26 1 General items 1 Set of safety fences throughout the plant 2 Air conditioner 27 1 Hydraulic system external blasting and coating section, with: Local hydraulic power packs at dedicated locations, complete with set Of connection piping, hoses, valves and control valves 28 1 Compressed air system, consisting of: 2 Compressors 2 Heatless type air dryer 2 Air receiver tank 1 Desiccant dryer for FBE 29 1 Set of general Q.C equipment, consisting of: 1 Salt contamination test kit 1 Blasting profile meter (digital) 1 sensitive tape (paper) blasting profile tester 1 Pipe surface cleanliness measurement (visual) 2 Thickness meter, electronic 1 Peeling resistance meter (manual) 1 Penetration tester 1 Impact resistance tester 1 Cathodic disbanding tester 1 Tensile tester 1 DSC tester 1 Portable holiday detector 2 Portable pyrometer 2.0 APPENDIX 1: TECHNICAL SPECIFICATION 2.1 STEEL PIPE DIMESSIONS 2.1.1 Applied diameter range Minimum: 4” (114.3 mm) Maximum: 48” (1219 mm) 2.1.2 Pipe length Minimum: 8 meters Nominal: 12 meters Maximum: 15 meters 2.1.3 Pipe wall thickness
  • 28. 28 Minimum: 4 mm Maximum: 30 mm 2.1.4 Pipe weight max Maximum: 880 kg/lm 2.2 POWER AND UTILITIES ASSUMED TO BE AVAILABLE 2.2.1 Cooling water - Industrial water pressure: 3-4 bars - Temperature: +10˚C to +20˚C - General quality * Hardness as CaCoз: 30 to 500 ppm * Alkalinity as CaCoз: max 500 pp, * Total of dissolved particles: max 1000 ppm * Chlorides: max 125 ppm * Sulphates: max 125 ppm * Conductivity: max 800 µS/cm * PH-value: 7-9 Water for external pipe wash stations: - Inlet temperature: 5-25 ˚C - Inlet pressure: 3-6 bar - Permissible contamination: 50 – 100 mg suspended particles/liter - Maximum particle size: 0.06 mm - PH: 7 – 8 - Carbonate hardness: 7 - 8˚ (German hardness) - Maximum Fe content: 0.05 mg/liter - Maximum chloride content: 150 mg/liter Estimated consumption per plant: - Quench + cooling tower: approx. 9 m³/h - Cooling tower induction: approx. 3 m³/h - External pipe wash unit: approx. 1.5 m³/h Note: Water quality shall be maintained at a suitable level. 2.2.2 Compressed air, for general equipment (excluding Epoxy station) - Pressure: 6 – 7 bars - Quality: free from oil, water and particles (ISO 8573 /1-3-4-3) - Pressure dew-point: + 3˚C Estimated average consumption, without, option for:
  • 29. 29 - External blasting and 3-layer PE coating line  Aprrox. 4 m³/min for general equipment  Approx. 10 m³/min for blow out (only when in operation) 2.2.3Compressed air requirements for external epoxy coating station - Pressure: 6 – 7 bars - Quality: free from oil, water and particles (ISO 8573/1-2-2-1) - Maximum oil content: 0.01 mg/m³ - Maximum water content 0.117 g/m³ - Maximum temperature + 30˚C - Pressure dew point - 40˚C - Estimated average consumption: Approx. 12-14 Nm³/min for 3-layer PE Coating 2.2.4 Electrical power - General equipment (excluding induction heating equipment)  Voltage: 380 Volts ± 5%  Frequency: 50 Hz ± 1 %  Type: 3 phase with neutral and earth conductor - Estimated average consumption, without option: approx. 2000 kW - Induction heater: 13.8 kV supply (within 2% stability) - Estimated consumption induction heater:  Approx. 2500 kVA for external plant 2.2.5 Natural gas - Pressure: 1-2 bars - Heat of combustion: 33 580 kJ/Nm³ - Estimated average consumption for Pre-heating prior to external blasting: approx. 160 Nm³/hr
  • 30. 30 Notes: 1) Actual requirements on utility supplies and consumption shall be determined during engineering. The above, should be considered as an indication only, peak consumption may be higher. 2) Above specified values are based on preliminary engineering, based on the information as available during the compilation of this specification. These values may be used as an indication only. Actual values will be submitted during engineering of the plant. 3) The electrical consumption values are average. It does not represent installed power. 4) Water consumption will be highly influenced by external factors such as water quality, water spillage, and evaporation. Therefore consumption rates may be higher that listed when the conditions are unfavorable. The total water quantity in the quench shall be periodically replaced completely (in dependency on the quality and contamination of the water). In the case that the quality of the water is not sufficient, a water treatment plant shall be added in order to increase the quality to the required level (not in the scope of the seller).
  • 31. 31 3.0 CONCRETE WEIGHT COATING PLANT INTRODUCTION This specification is in respect of the supply of a heavy-duty stationary plant for weight coating pipes externally, ranging from 100 mm to 1220 mm in diameter. Coating thickness 1” to 6”. This machine is designed to batch cement, and apply a heavy coat of concrete to the outside of anti-corrosion protected steel pipe to provide negative buoyancy to the pipe for offshore pipelines or river crossings. The concrete coating machine uses a weigh batching plant to precisely measure aggregate and cement to produce any desired mixture accurately. An automatic moisture sensing unit is employed to determine the amount of water required and in turn automatically dispenses the correct amount. The plant is equipped to batch two (2) different aggregates in addition to cement. Each ingredient is automatically weighed and held until mixer is ready for additional material. After raw material water has been mixed, the dry slump mix is transferred to the receiving hopper by a belt conveyor. Material is metered out of holding hopper onto a metering conveyor, which shapes the wet concrete and in turn delivers material onto a high speed metering belt. Prior to coating, the pipe may need special preparation, depending on coating type wire brushes are used to give the pipe a rough surface to increase surface adhesion and for a certain percentage anode rings need to be installed. Pipe is then loaded into pipe support and coating carriages with heavy duty pipe loaders. The support carriages are designed to rotate the pipe, and traverse in front of the application head at a controlled rate. Pipe is sprayed with water just prior to applying concrete to increase the bond between the corrosion coating and concrete. The coating application drums propel pre-mixed concrete onto the pipe at a high rate of velocity to promote coating adhesion and compaction. A wire mesh is simultaneously wrapped around the pipe to reinforce the concrete. A curing compound is also sprayed on after concrete application to accelerate the curing time of concrete. After the pipe is coated, the pipe is removed with heavy duty pipe unloaders and placed onto the weigh scales. Finally the pipe is taken to the storage area for final curing, in some cases steam curing is required depending on the environmental conditions. Note: Production will vary depending on customer specifications in relation to thickness and the amount of anodes required, increased production is attainable if the optional pipe loaders / unloaders are purchased. 3.1 Incoming section Item Qty Description 30 Incoming pipe skid ways These skid ways are designed to support and store bare pipe prior to weight coating.
  • 32. 32 2 Structural steel beams with mounting pads and legs, each beam is securely mounted to the foundation, 12 meter length. 31/40 Pipe Un-Loader/ Loader Carriages The pipe loading and unloading carriages are designed to transport pipe onto and off the coating pipe carriages. The Loading carriage consists of two heavy duty hydraulically actuated arms mounted on electrically controlled hydraulically driven carriages mounted on tracks, they pick pipe off of the incoming pipe racks and install the pipe onto the coating carriage. The unloading pipe carriage lifts the cement coated pipe off of the coating carriage with hydraulically actuated arms and the electrically controlled hydraulically driven carriage transfers the pipe onto the weigh scale for the pipe to be weighed. 2 Pipe loading lifting carriages c/w tracks 6 meter length 2 Pipe un-loading lifting carriages c/w tracks 8.5 meter length 1 Control Panels 3.2 Coating Application section Item Qty Description 33 Pipe Carriages The pipe carriages are for rotating and traversing the pipe through the coating process. Pipes that are prepared for weight coating are lowered onto the pipe carriages with the pipe loader carriages, or customer supplied loading device. The pipe is then moved into the coating area. Reinforcement wire is then attached, and the operator begins rotation and travel. Then the cement is applied. After the full length of pipe is coated, the wire reinforcement wire is cut. Then the pipe is transferred to the removal area and taken off the pipe carriage with the Pipe un-loaders. The pipe is weighed with the weigh scales, and finally removed by customer supplied cranes or front end loaders for transport to curing area or anode installation. 1 Pipe carriages include one (1) powered and one (1) idler car. Powered car contains variable speed drives for pipe rotation and travel, with electric power and control cable reels. The cars allow for a 300 to 365 mm "cut- back" of coating material on pipe ends. The carriages interconnected, and the distance can be adjusted to compensate for variations in pipe lengths up to 13 meters.
  • 33. 33 32 Pipe Carriage Tracks The pipe carriages travel on two steel tracks that are mounted to the foundation. 1 (Set)tracks for pipe carriages 48 meters in length. 34 Applicator Assembly and Control System The Impingement applicator head receives concrete from the high speed belt and propels it at a high speed onto pipe. The high speed drums are fed by a high speed belt. The high speed belt receives concrete from the metering conveyor. Application rate is adjustable. The throwing unit is fully adjustable for the different sizes of pipe and production speed. After the full coating thickness is applied, a scrapper will smoothen the coating surface. On the opposite site of the pipe, a screen is placed that stops concrete that is sprayed over the pipe and protects personnel. The Control Platform sits on top of the steel support structure, above the impingement application rollers and in front of the main hopper. The location provides the operator with a bird’s eye view of the weight coating operation. It contains an Operator’s Platform with Coating Application Control Console. 1 - Adjustable Impingement applicator head (slinger head) assembly. 1 - Two drums, powered with electric motors. 2 - Scrapers, pneumatic operated 1 - High speed conveyor belt, driven by an electric motor. 1 - Screen panel on opposite side of pipe to protect from overspray 2 - Operator Control Panel 1 - Lot of electrical components 1 - Air-conditioned Control Room 1 - Motor control center with variable speed drives, motor contactors, motor overload protection, circuit breakers, and main breaker 1 - Lot of control wiring and power cables between electric motors and motor control center 35 Concrete Reclaim System The concrete reclaim system collects unused concrete from the application area and returns it back to the metering conveyor.
  • 34. 34 Concrete falls into a pit underneath the pipe in the application area onto a horizontal conveyor #1. The horizontal conveyor transfers the concrete onto the reclaim conveyor # 2 to transfer the un-used concrete to conveyor # 3 that brings it back to the metering conveyor. 1 - Electrically driven belt conveyor #1 1 - Electrically driven belt conveyor #2, with material diverter shoot for emptying the coating system of unused concrete at the end of the shift. 1 - Electrically driven belt conveyor #3 1 - Structural steel framing and supports 1 - Lot of electrical components 36 Wire Feeder, Guide and Rollers Dual spool wire stand is continuous feed type. A guide and tension control is also included. Wire guide and shifter is a series of rollers mounted on a sliding bracket that allows the operator to place the reinforcing wire mesh at any depth in the coating. The reinforcing wire passes through the rollers mounted on a sliding bracket from the wire feeder assembly. The wire guide is fully adjustable for different pipe sizes and wire depth and can handle two layers of wire reinforcement if required. The wire feeder holds the roles of reinforcement wire that is un-spooled to the wire guide/ roller assembly. New roles are set into the stand to be attached to the rolls being used to continuously feed wire to the coating application. A wire accumulator makes it possible to change the wire during the coating process. Two complete wire feed and guide systems for dual layer wire mesh, each including the following: 1 - Wire Guide mechanism assembly 1 - Wire guide roller assembly 1 - Lot of rollers and brackets 1 - Wire carriage upper assembly 1 - Wire carriage lower assembly 1 - Dual Wire Stand 1 - Wire rack assembly 1 - Reel assembly 1 - Wire rack hold down assembly 1 - Wire Accumulator 1 - (one for both wire layers) Wire cutter, pneumatic operated
  • 35. 35 37 Water Spray and Curing Compound Application Equipment Prior to applying the coating onto the pipe, water can be sprayed onto the anti-corrosion coating to ensure proper adherence of the cement to the pipe. The curing compound unit is for spraying a curing compound on the coated pipe to aid in sealing the surface to retain the moisture and to enhance proper curing of the concrete. On incoming and outgoing sides of the coating application drums, a water spray nozzle and a curing compound nozzle is placed. 1 - Water spraying equipment, including nozzles, water valves and mounting brackets. 1 - Airless spray barrel pump and all associated hoses, spray heads and mounting brackets. Note: water spray equipment will be hooked up to customer’s water supply 38 Conversion Kit for 4” to 8” Pipe This conversion kit is required to support the small pipe diameters 4” to 8” during weight coating operations. 1 - Carriage assembly with idler urethane support rollers, mounted on rail-type rollers and clamped to pipe coating carriage system tie bar 4 - Small diameter support rollers, used in place of standard support rollers on pipe coating carriage units 2 - Pipe hold down frame assemblies, hydraulic operated 3.3 Outgoing section 39 Weigh Station The coated pipe is installed onto the weigh station to determine the actual coated weight, to ensure each pipe meets the specified weight as part of the quality control program and two ensure the batch formula is correct After the pipe is coated the pipe un-loaders transfers the pipe onto the weigh station. The weigh station has two load cells to register the weight of the pipe. 1 - Structural steel platforms c/w electronic load cells, each platform has three double ended shear beam load cells tied together and connected to a controller that calculates the weight.
  • 36. 36 3.4 Batching Plant section 41 Automatic Concrete Batch/Mix Plant The concrete batch/mixing plant is utilized to accurately measure and mix the desired formula of the concrete batch. The raw material required for batch are loaded into primary storage hoppers (Cement, Sand, and Ore). After calculation of the required mix, the raw materials are volumetric batched and then transferred to the Pugmill via belt conveyors. In the Pugmill the raw materials are mixed together with cement and water. After the mixing operation, the mix will be transferred to the Feed Hopper via belt conveyor for application onto the pipe. 2 - Feeder Bins, 12 yard hopper and 36” belt  Self relieving feeder design  Two ply belt  Crowned herringbone grooved head pulley  Winged tail pulley  One electric motor  VFD controller for belt speed control  Shaft mount reducer  Rack and pinion gate  Mounted on columns with a skid beam base 1 - Channel Frame Conveyor, 36” wide belt, 35 ft length  Two ply belt  Crowned herringbone grooved head pulley  Winged tail pulley  Troughing idlers  One electric motor  Shaft mount reducer with built in backstop 1 - Belt Scale, with one load cell 1 - Cement Silo, 2,280 cu. ft  Support Column and bracing  Jamgate  Outside ladder with cage – full railing  Work Platforms  4” Blower pipe with aluminum adapter  150 sq.ft Dust house with air vibrator (90psi, 7.5 cfm) and pop-off valve  Manhole  8 Externally mounted air pads with manifold  Low level indicator
  • 37. 37 1 - Weigh Hopper, 120 cu. ft  6ft Diameter  3 Load Cells  16 sq.ft Dust Vent  2 Air pads  12” Butterfly valve with actuator  12” x 12” Rotary vane feeder with VFD motor controller  2 Sock chutes  Loss-in weight controller with 4-20 ma input and output capability 1 - Aeration Blower for Silo 1 - Pugmill, with twin-Shaft Twin-Drive – Discharge End Drive  2 - 50HP motors  Shaft mount reducers  Liquid spray bar with 2” valve  Catwalk and handrail with kick plate  Hinged cover over mixing chamber  Receiving Hopper  Contour liner (AR235 plate)  Hi-chrome paddle tips, reversible for wear  Belt guards  Bolt on discharge end plate  Lifting eyes  Sub-structure, angle X-bracing, ladder and skid beam base 1 - Water meter & Control Valve  Water pump and electric motor  PumpSmart variable speed controller 1 - 5ft x 5ft Control House and Control System  Control Console  Main Disconnect  Circuit Breaker  Motor Starters  Wiring system with plug connectors  Air Conditioning and heating unit
  • 38. 38 41-1 Feed Belt This belt conveys mixed concrete from the mixer to the feed hopper. 1 - Belt conveyor, 16.5 meter length, 600 mm wide (length and width may change depending on final approved equipment layout) 41-2 Feed Hopper This unit is for holding mixed concrete and to feed the metered / mixed concrete onto the metering conveyor. The mixed concrete is transferred to the feed hopper from the batching unit via the transfer conveyor. The mixed concrete is metered onto the feed / metering conveyor through the metering gate on the bottom of the hopper, an electric motor operated vibrator aids the cement to exit the hopper. 1 - Receiving hopper 2.8 m³ capacity 6.4 mm steel, all welded construction with vibrators to discharge onto metering conveyor 41-3 Metering Conveyor The metering conveyor is electronically variable speed controlled, that is adjustable for the various parameters for pipe diameter, cement thickness, overall production. Metering conveyor transfers the shaped / mixed concrete as it is discharged from receiving hopper. Then deposits it onto high speed belt. 1 - Belt conveyor electronically driven, variable speed controlled. 3.5 General Equipment 42 Drum Grinder Station This station is required to re-grind the rubber surface of the application drums to extend the useful life of each application drum.
  • 39. 39 1 - Electrically driven, Lathe type machine c/w a belt grinder and mounting hardware for the drums. 43 QA/QC Laboratory Inspection Equipment The quality control equipment is to verify that the pipe coated meets the specified parameters set forth by the pipe owner / Oil & Gas Pipeline Company. How the QC equipment is used is determined by the specification that states the test or by the parameters set forth by the manufacturer of the test equipment. 2 - Sieves with sizes: 10mm, 5mm, 2.36mm, 1.18mm, 600 microns, 300 microns, 150 microns 1 - Wet washing sieve, Soil test 1 - Girth Measuring tool 1 - Specific gravity tester w/ accessories 1 - Rodded Bulk density w/ accessories 1 - Speedy moisture tester w/ calibration kit and accessories 1 - Core sample preparation machine w/ accessories 1 - Compression tester, dual range w/ accessories 1 - Push-off test equipment 1 - Impact Test equipment 44 Air Compressor The air compressor supplies compressed air to the Curing Compound Unit, Wire Feed Assembly and Scraper Assemblies. 1 - 23 kW Electric Motor, 2.26 m3/min 1 - Starter/Control Box with Control Panel
  • 40. 40 4.0 APPENDIX 3. Production of the facility is as follows: 4.1 Capacity Applicator Production capacity is a maximum of 8,000 lbs/min (3,629 kg/min). Batching plant External cement weight coating Plant production rate depends on the pipe diameter and concrete thickness to be applied. The concrete mixing system has a maximum capacity of 250 metric tons/hr. and application head has a maximum capacity output of 217 metric tons/hr. 4.2 Pipe Data The equipment subject to this contract is capable of coating pipes with the following characteristics: 1. Pipes, Steel * ERW * Longitudinally welded * Spiral welded * Seamless pipe 2. Pipe Diameter and Wall Thickness Range Bare Pipe: Pipe diameter 4 inch to 48 inch (100 mm to 1220 mm) Wall thickness 0.196 inch to 1.00 inch (5 mm to 25.4 mm) Coated Pipe: Maximum Outside Diameter (OD), includes weight coating, 60” (1524 mm) Coating thickness: ½ inch to 6 inch (12 mm to 150 mm) 3. Pipe Lengths 26.25 feet to 42.65 feet (8.0 to 13 meters) 4. Maximum Pipe Weight Bare: 21,410 lb per 42.65 ft (9,710 kg per 13 m pipe length) Concrete Coated: 77,690 lb per 42.65 ft (35,240 kg per 13 m pipe length) 5. Pipe Tolerance In accordance to API line pipe specifications
  • 41. 1 4.3 PLANT SPECIFICATION Plant Specifications The equipment subject to this contract is capable of weight coating pipes in accordance with the following specifications: 1. Coating Specifications Prior to applying the cement coating, pipes are previously coated with asphalt, or fusion bonded epoxy, or 3-layer polyethylene. Buyer is responsible for the correct coating surface preparation. 2. Power and Utility required Power available, 380 Volts ± 10%, 50 Hz ± 1% three phases with a Neutral. Maximum Consumption, 330 kW for coating plant and 120 kW for batch/mix plant. Note: The consumption may change due to final scope of supply. Electrical specifications Main power supply 220/380 Vac – Single / Three Phase – 50 Hert 3. Water Usage 3.1 External Cement Coating Max. Consumption 15 m³/hr 4. Compressed Air Working pressure at inlet 7 bar Air Quality To be filtered free from water and oil Consumption Max. 2.8 m³/min. at 7 bars 5. Application Rotation Speed 0.5 – 1.5 m/min Travel Speed (Coating) 5 – 14 m/min. Buyer requests 2-14 m/min. Seller to confirm acceptance. Travel Speed (Return) 50 meters / min Throwing unit output 217,000 kg/hr (density 3043 kg/m³) (190 lb/ft³) Max. capacity of the application drums Concrete mixing plant 250,000 kg/hr (density 3043 kg/m³) (190 lb/ft³) Max. capacity of the mixing plant
  • 42. 1 5.0 INTERNAL COATING PLANT This specification describes the equipments concerning an Internal annular pipe coating line for pipes from 16” up to 48”, with a nominal length of 11.5 – 12.5 meter. The capacity of the line is up to 180 m²/hr. No. Q'ty Description Spec./Model No. 46 1 Pipe feeding tire roller Conveyor Tire Roll Conveyor, Roller: 550*180*1800mm pitch , L= 60M 47 1 Internal Shot Blast Machine #1 16" - 48"OD, Horizontal Impeller Type, 180 m2/Hr 47 1 Internal Shot Blast Machine #2 16" - 48"OD, Horizontal Impeller Type, 180 m3/Hr 48 1 Hihg Pressure Air Blower Air Blower with dust collector 49 1 Primer Internal Coating Machine 16" - 48"OD, 6.12M - 12.12M, spray speed : 8m/min 50 1 Pipe out going tire roller Conveyor Tire Roll Conveyor, Roller: 550*180*1800mm pitch , L= 37M 6.0 CRUSHING PLANT The capacity of the line is up to 150 Ton/hr. No. Q'ty Description Spec./Model No. 51 1 Hopper Iron 5390 x 5440 x 1850mm 52 1 Material Feeder Vibrating ZSW200 1 Motor Type Y160M-4 (3P, 380V, 22.5A, 11Kw, 50Hz) 1460Rpm, Eff 88.4%, Weight 850Kg Noise 92 dB (A) IP44, Insulating tape:B 53 2 Jaw Crusher #1,#2 (Primary) GXPE 500x750 2 Motor Type Y315S-6 (3P, 380V, 140A, 75Kw, 50Hz) 989Rpm, Eff 93.5%, Weight 850Kg Noise 92 dB(A), IP44, Insulating tape:B 53 2 Jaw Crusher #3,#4 (Secondary) GXPE 500x750 2 Motor Type Y315S-6 (3P, 380V, 140A, 75Kw, 50Hz) 989Rpm, Eff 93.5%, Weight 850Kg Noise 92 dB(A), IP44, Insulating tape:B 54 1 Circular Vibrator Screen 3YK2160 1 Motor Type Y225S-4 (3P, 380V, 70.2A, 37Kw, 50Hz)
  • 43. 2 1480Rpm, Eff 92%, Weight 303Kg IP44, Insulating Tape : B 55 1 Impact Crusher PCX 850 1 Motor Type Y280S-4 (3P, 380V, 130A, 37Kw, 50Hz) 1480Rpm, Eff 93.6%, Weight 570Kg IP44, Insulating Tape : B 56 1 Fixed Type Belt Conveyor B800 x 22 1 Motor Type Y160L-4 (3P, 380V, 30A, 15Kw, 50Hz) 1460Rpm, Eff 88.5%, Weight 144Kg IP44, Insulating Tape : B Noise 82 dB(A) 56 1 Fixed Type Belt Conveyor B650 x 22 1 Motor Type Y160M-4 (3P, 380V, 23A, 11Kw, 50Hz) 1470Rpm, Eff 88%, Weight 123Kg IP44, Insulating Tape : B Noise 82 dB(A) 7.0 BUILDING STEEL STRUCTURE No. Q'ty Description Spec./Model No. 57 1 Anti-corrosion coating plant steel structure 126*24m, H: 6m 57 1 Over Head Crane 5 Ton 58 1 Concrete Weight Coating Plant steel structure __ m, H: __m 58 1 Incoming Over Head Crane __ Ton 58 1 Outgoing Over Head Crane __ Ton 8.0 CUSTOMS COATING EQUIPMENT No. Q'ty Description Spec./Model No. 59 1 Blasting Machine With Dust collector SCWB2452(Potable) 59 1 Heating Oven Size: 20ft Container 59 1 Gas Burner & Heat Exchanger 414 - 1428KW, 380V/50HZ 59 2 Flame Spray
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