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AS 3892-2001 pressure equipment - installation

Standard Number:  AS 3892-2001
Title:  pressure equipment - installation
Language:  English
Publication Date:  2001/2/27
Execute Date:  2001/2/27
Status:  Current
Publisher:  Australia Standards(AS)
Price:  
Number of Pages:51P.;A4  

Description:specifies requirements and guidance on the installation of pressure equipment (boilers, pressure vessels and pressure piping), control, and safety equipment in accordance with as/nzs 1200 and standards referenced therein, together with other relevant standards. it recognizes the growing use of management systems to ensure the initial and continued safe, reliable performance of pressure plants.  
Catalog:Document Contents
AS 3892-2001 PRESSURE EQUIPMENT-INSTALLATION
PREFACE
CONTENTS
SECTION 1 SCOPE AND GENERAL
1.1 SCOPE
1.2 OBJECTIVE
1.3 APPLICATION
1.4 REFERENCED DOCUMENTS
1.5 DEFINITIONS
1.5.1 Competent person
1.5.2 Installation (the process of)
1.5.3 Installation
1.5.4 May
1.5.5 Purchaser
1.5.6 Shall
1.5.7 Should
SECTION 2 GENERAL REQUIREMENTS
2.1 COMPLIANCE
2.2 SAFETY DURING INSTALLATION
2.2.1 General
2.2.2 Orderliness of systems and surrounding area
2.2.3 Entry into pressure equipment systems
2.2.4 Entry into flues and furnaces
2.2.5 Hot work on pressure equipment systems
2.2.6 Static electricity
2.2.7 Cooling pressure parts by hosing
2.2.8 Isolation from an existing system
2.2.9 Isolation from liquid-filled equipment
2.2.10 Risk management
2.2.11 Control of risk
2.3 PROTECTION OF EQUIPMENT
2.4 MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS
SECTION 3 INSTALLATION, ORGANIZATION AND PERSONNEL
3.1 GENERAL REQUIREMENTS
3.1.1 General
3.1.2 Instruction
3.2 INSTALLATION
3.2.1 General
3.2.2 Training and competency documentation
SECTION 4 INSTALLATION OF BOILERS
4.1 HOUSING
4.1.1 Protection
4.1.2 Floors
4.1.3 Drainage
4.2 FOUNDATIONS AND SUPPORTS
4.2.1 General
4.2.2 Corrosion protection
4.3 LOCATION AND ACCESS
4.3.1 Building safety
4.3.2 External damage
4.3.3 Building structure
4.3.4 Safety and convenience
4.3.5 Access
4.3.6 Explosion relief protection
4.3.7 Clearance for explosion relief
4.3.8 Security
4.4 SETTINGS
4.4.1 Levelling
4.4.2 Casings
4.4.3 Expansion provision
4.4.4 Load distribution
4.4.5 Gastightness
4.5 LIGHTING
4.5.1 General
4.5.2 Lighting for controls and access
4.6 VENTILATION
4.7 NOISE CONTROL
4.8 CONTROL ROOMS
4.9 PROVISION FOR OUTDOOR INSTALLATION
4.9.1 General
4.9.2 Drainage
4.9.3 Insulation
4.9.4 Shelters
4.9.5 Provision against freezing
4.9.6 Fan protection
4.9.7 Partial outdoor installation
4.10 FEEDWATER TREATMENT AND SUPPLY PLANT
4.10.1 Feed water supply plant
4.10.2 Feedwater treatment
4.11 BLOWDOWN SYSTEMS
4.11.1 General
4.11.2 Common mains
4.11.3 Piping location
4.11.4 Piping supports
4.11.5 Blowdown tank
4.12 BOILER FLUE GAS EXHAUST SYSTEMS
4.12.1 General
4.12.2 Flue temperatures
4.12.3 Chimney and flue design and construction
4.12.4 Connection flues
4.12.5 Chimney support
4.12.6 Dampers and interlocks
4.13 SOLID FUEL AND ASH STORAGE, AND HANDLING AND DUST COLLECTION EQUIPMENT
4.13.1 General
4.13.2 Location of storage structures
4.13.3 Solid-fuel storage bunkers
4.13.4 Fuel handling
4.13.5 Handling of ash
4.13.6 Grit or dust collectors
4.14 GAS AND OIL EQUIPMENT
4.15 ASSOCIATED PROTECTIVE AND EMERGENCY SYSTEMS
4.16 ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION
4.17 ERECTION
4.18 COMMUNICATION FACILITY
4.19 FINAL CONDITION AND HOUSEKEEPING
4.20 PRECOMMISSIONING INSPECTION
4.20.1 General
4.20.2 General boiler inspection
4.20.3 Installation inspection
4.20.4 Water side preparation
SECTION 5 INSTALLATION OF PRESSURE VESSELS
5.1 SITING
5.1.1 General
5.1.2 Drainage
5.2 FOUNDATIONS AND SUPPORTS
5.2.1 General
5.2.2 Corrosion protection
5.3 LOCATION AND ACCESS
5.3.1 Vessel supports
5.3.2 Safety and convenience
5.3.3 Buried, mounded or underground equipment
5.3.4 Outdoor installations
5.3.5 Access
5.4 LIGHTING
5.5 VENTILATION
5.6 NOISE CONTROL
5.7 ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION
5.8 ERECTION
5.9 CORROSION PROTECTION
5.10 INSULATION
5.11 PRECOMMISSIONING INSPECTION
5.11.1 General
5.11.2 General pressure vessel inspection
5.11.3 Installation inspection
5.11.4 Hydrostatic testing
SECTION 6 INSTALLATION OF PRESSURE PIPING
6.1 GENERAL
6.2 PIPING
6.2.1 Protection
6.2.2 Assembly
6.2.3 Cut-ins
6.2.4 Cold-spring
6.2.5 Stress-free connections
6.2.6 Site-run pipework
6.3 JOINTS
6.3.1 Welded joints
6.3.2 Flanged joints
6.3.3 Other jointing methods
6.4 SUPPORTS
6.4.1 Pipe supports
6.4.2 Protection of support threads
6.4.3 Hangers
6.4.4 Sliding supports
6.4.5 Support units
6.4.6 Snubbers
6.5 IN-LINE EQUIPMENT
6.5.1 Valves
6.5.2 Expansion units (including bellows)
6.5.3 Spectacle plates
6.5.4 Flow measuring devices
6.5.5 Strainers
6.6 TESTING
6.7 CLEANING OF PIPEWORK
6.8 THERMAL INSULATION AND PROTECTION
6.9 IDENTIFICATION
SECTION 7 INSTALLATION OF ASSOCIATED SERVICES, FITTINGS AND PIPING
7.1 CONNECTION TO SERVICES
7.2 FITTINGS AND PIPING
7.3 LOCATION OF FITTINGS AND PIPING
7.4 PROTECTION OF FITTINGS AGAINST INTERFERENCE
7.5 PROTECTION AGAINST DAMAGE
7.6 DRAINAGE PIPING
7.7 SAFETY DEVICE DISCHARGE PIPING
7.7.1 Waste discharge
7.7.2 Expansion joints
7.7.3 Discharge and waste pipe sizes
7.7.4 Pipe support
7.7.5 Discharge restriction
7.7.6 Drainage of discharge piping
7.7.7 Mufflers
7.7.8 Discharge pipe for economizer safety valves
7.8 ISOLATION OF INTERCONNECTED PRESSURE EQUIPMENT
7.9 OUTDOOR INSTALLATION
APPENDIX A - LIST OF REFERENCED DOCUMENTS
APPENDIX B - GUIDE FOR A METHODOLOGY OF INCIDENT INVESTIGATION
B1 GENERAL
B2 METHOD
APPENDIX C - GUIDE FOR MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS FOR THE INSTALLATION OF PRESSURE EQUIPMENT
C1 GENERAL
C2 DOCUMENTED MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS
C3 INSTALLATION PROCEDURES
C4 MANAGEMENT SYSTEM
C5 DESIGN CHANGES OR ALTERATIONS
C6 DOCUMENT AND DATA CONTROL
C7 PURCHASING
C8 PURCHASER SUPPLIED COMPONENTS
C9 PRODUCT IDENTIFICATION AND TRACEABILITY
C9.1 General
C9.2 Identification
C9.3 Traceability
C10 PROCEDURES DURING INSTALLATION
C11 INSPECTION AND TESTING
C12 NONCONFORMANCE
C13 DOCUMENTATION
APPENDIX D - GUIDE FOR ASSESSING THE COMPETENCY OF INSTALLERS
D1 GENERAL
D2 COMPETENCIES OF INSTALLERS
APPENDIX E - GUIDE FOR THE DESIGN OF BOILER BLOWDOWN TANKS
  
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