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A Cameron Introduction to API 6D and 6DSS Specifications 1

API 6D (ISO 14313): Specification for Pipeline Valves API 6DSS (ISO 14723): Subsea Pipeline Valves 2

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NACE MR0175 (ISO 15156): Petroleum and Natural Gas Industries Materials for Use in H2S Containing Environments In Oil and Gas Production API Q1 (ISO TS 29001): Specification for Quality Programs for The Petroleum, Petrochemical, and Natural Gas Industry The API Monogram Program and ISO Accreditations

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

Overview ................................................................................. 2 API Specification 6D (ISO 14313) ........................................... 3 API Specification 6DSS (ISO 14723) ........................................ 3 Equipment .............................................................................. 4 Surface and Underwater Safety Valves.................................... 5 Pressure Ratings ..................................................................... 6 Temperature Classes ............................................................... 6 Design Verification Testing ..................................................... 7 Material Classes ..................................................................... 7 NACE MR0175 (ISO 15156) .................................................... 9 Welding .................................................................................. 11 Quality Control ....................................................................... 11 Markings ................................................................................. 14 API Monogram Program ......................................................... 15 API Specification Q1 (ISO TS 29001) ...................................... 16 API and ISO Accreditations ..................................................... 17

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OVERVIEW

Cameron supports the development and use of international product standards such as those published by API and ISO. These standards

provide a common basis for product characteristics and performance attributes and act to capture the successful industry history associated with these products. Products marketed, designed, manufactured and used in compliance with recognized industry standards add significant value to our industry. Cameron endorses the API Monogram Program and API Quality Program Specification Q1. API Q1 applies the recognized benefits of the ISO 9001 Quality Program elements tailored specifically to the oil and gas industry. The API Monogram Program joins the assessment of quality programs with the demonstrated ability to comply with international product standards such as API 6D (ISO 14313) Specification for Pipeline Valves and API 6DSS (ISO 14723) Specification for Subsea Valves. Cameron proudly holds the first two API 6D licenses (6D-.0001 and 6D-.0002) and the first three 6DSS licenses (6DSS-.0001, 6DSS-.0002 and 6DSS-.0003). Cameron routinely provides products and services that meet requirements of international standards such as API and ISO. It is important to also understand that in many cases, standards represent only industry-accepted minimum requirements. Exceeding minimum requirements is one recognized element of Cameron’s reputation for quality products and services delivered worldwide.

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API SPECIFICATION 6D (ISO 14313)

API Specification 6D (ISO 14313) is the recognized industry standard for pipeline valves that was formulated under the jurisdiction of the API Standards Subcommittee on Valves and Wellhead Equipment (API SC6). ISO 14313 was prepared by Technical Committee ISO/TC 67: Materials, equipment and offshore structures for petroleum and natural gas industries, Subcommittee SC 2, Pipeline transportation systems.

API SPECIFICATION 6DSS (ISO 14723)

API Specification 6DSS (ISO 14723) is based on ISO 14313. It has been developed to address special requirements specific to subsea pipeline valves. This international standard is also under the jurisdiction of the API Standards Subcommittee (API SC6) on Valves and Wellhead Equipment. ISO 14723 was prepared by Technical Committee ISO/TC 67: Materials, equipment and offshore structures for petroleum and natural gas industries, Subcommittee SC 2, Pipeline transportation systems. Both these standards specify requirements and provide recommendations for the design, manufacturing, testing and documentation of ball, check, plug and gate valves for applications in pipeline systems meeting the requirements of ISO 13623 for the petroleum and natural gas industries. API Specification 6D (ISO 14313) is also specified as the base standard for manufacture of subsea equipment in accordance with API Specification 6DSS (ISO 14723). These international standards are not applicable to valves for pressure ratings exceeding Class 2500 (PN 420). These standards do not prescribe requirements for field use, testing or repair of covered products nor covers aftermarket remanufacture and repair activities. These requirements are covered under API 6DR recommended practice. Major sections of API 6D (ISO 14313) and API 6DSS are:



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• Scope • Normative References • Terms and Definitions • Valve Types and Configurations (ball, check, gate, plug) • Design • Materials • Welding

API SPECIFICATION 6DSS (ISO 14723)

(continued)



• Quality Control • Testing • Marking • Storage/Shipping • Documentation • Annex’s (NDE/testing/documentation/purchasing)

Elements not addressed in API 6D (ISO 14313) and API 6DSS include:



EQUIPMENT

• Research and Development • Supplier Management • Reliability • Field Maintenance and Service

API Specification 6D (ISO 14313) and API 6DSS (ISO 14723) cover Pipeline and Subsea Pipeline Valves as follows: Pipeline Valves

Pressure Class 150

300

400

600

900

1500

2500

Ball: -Floater -Rising Stem -Trunnion

6D 6D 6D/6DSS

6D 6D 6D/6DSS

6D 6D 6D/6DSS

6D 6D 6D/6DSS

6D 6D 6D/6DSS

6D 6D 6D/6DSS

6D 6D 6D/6DSS

Check: -Nozzle (Axial) -Piston -Swing -Wafer

6D 6D 6D/6DSS 6D

6D 6D 6D/6DSS 6D

6D 6D 6D/6DSS 6D

6D 6D 6D/6DSS 6D

6D 6D 6D/6DSS 6D

6D 6D 6D/6DSS 6D

6D 6D 6D/6DSS 6D

Gate: -Expanding -Slab

6D 6D

6D 6D

6D 6D

6D 6D

6D 6D

6D 6D

6D 6D

Plug: -Lubricated -Non-lubricated

6D 6D

6D 6D

6D 6D

6D 6D

6D 6D

6D 6D

6D 6D

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SURFACE and UNDERWATER SAFETY VALVES

Background Normative references are taken from:

• ANSI – American National Standards Institute



• ASME – American Society of Mechanical Engineers



• ASNT – American Standard for Nondestructive Testing



• ASTM – American Society for Testing and Materials



• AWS – American Welding Society



• EN – Euro Norm



• ISO – International Standards Organization



• MSS – Manufacturers’ Standardization Society



• NACE – National Association of Corrosion Engineers

The minimum Product Specification Level (PSL) for an SSV or USV is PSL 2.

Special Design Requirements Requirements for design apart from general requirement for valves include:

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• A  cceptable design codes and calculations for pressure containing parts/ materials as specified in B16.34 and other international design code.



• P  ressure-containing design and calculations in accordance with agreed, internationally recognized design codes or standards, for example ASME Section VIII Division 1 or Division 2, or ASME B16.34.



• T  he minimum design thrust or torque for design calculations shall be at least two times the predicted breakaway maximum design thrust or torque of any operating condition at 38°C (100°F) at maximum pressure differential (MPD), or at an operational temperature and/or pressure causing the highest thrust or torque.



• M  ax force on hand-wheel breakaway thrust/torque 180 N. For API 6DSS valves, if required, ROV interface is per ISO 13628-8 (API 17D).



• V  isible position indicator showing the open and closed position of the obturator (closure member) of the ball, disc, gate or plug.

PRESSURE RATINGS

Valves covered by these international standards are furnished per ANSI/ASME rating or the nominal pressure (PN) classes in seven different pressure ratings representing the maximum working pressure of the equipment as follows: Class 150 (PN 20) @

Class 900 (PN 150) @

Class 300 (PN 50) @

Class 1500 (PN 250) @

Class 400 (PN 64) @

Class 2500 (PN 420) @

Class 600 (PN 100) @

TEMPERATURE CLASSES

Pressure-temperature ratings for ANSI/ASME class-rated valves are in accordance with the applicable rating table for the appropriate material group in ASME B16.34 and for PN rated valves per EN 1092-1. For intermediate design pressures and temperatures, the pressure-temperature rating is determined by linear interpolation. Pressure-temperature ratings for non-ASME B16.34 and non-EN 1092-1are determined from the material properties in accordance with the applicable design standard. For 6DSS valves, the minimum design temperature is 32°F (0°C ) unless otherwise specified. If the maximum pressure differential (MPD) at which the valve is required to be opened is not specified, then the pressure rating as determined for material at 100°F (38°C) shall be the MPD. Note: Non-metallic parts can limit maximum pressures and minimum and maximum temperatures.

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DESIGN VERIFICATION TESTING

Performance verification testing is performed on production valves to validate that the performance requirements specified for pressure, temperature, mechanical cycles and standard test fluids are met in the design of the product. Performance Verification Testing may include: • Hydrostatic Shell/Seat Testing • Pneumatic/Air/Gas Testing • Pressure/Temperature Cycles • Load/Mechanical Cycles • Functional and Operational Testing Although pneumatic/air/gas testing is an optional requirement in API Specification 6D (ISO 14313), Cameron is proud to offer a wide variety of products proven to meet, and often exceed, the performance verification requirements of API 6D (ISO 14313).

MATERIAL CLASSES

There are various Material Classes which specify minimum material requirements for general or sour service. API 6D (ISO 14313) and/or 6DSS (ISO 14723) equipment must be designed, tested and marked as satisfactory for one of these Material Classes.

Minimum Material Requirements • M  anufacturer shall develop documented material specification for pressure-containing and pressure-controlling parts agreed design standard such as ASME B16.34. • S ervice compatibility - Non-metallic parts for valves intended for hydrocarbon gas service for valves above class 600 shall be resistant to explosive decompression. • Chemical/carbon equivalent restrictions - carbon steel weld end valves:

Specification

Carbon

Phosphorus

Sulphur

CE%

6D

.23%

.035%

.035%

.43%

6DSS

.21%

.030%

.030%

.41%

• A  ustenitic stainless steel weld end valves: - 0.03% max. carbon - 0.08% max. carbon if the material is stabilized • F racture toughness on base material and weld metal is based on yield strength (SMYS) and not tensile strength for all carbon/alloy material design temperature as:

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6D

-20º C

-29º F

6DSS

0º C

+32º F

MATERIAL CLASSES

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• B  olting material with a hardness exceeding HRC 34 (Rockwell C) or HBW 340 (Brinell) are not to be used for valve applications where hydrogen embrittlement can occur, unless otherwise agreed. • Sour service - HIC testing is mandatory on plate material per NACE TM 0284. • A  s defined by National Association of Corrosion Engineers (NACE) Standard MR0175, these material classes will also include an H2S rating in compliance with NACE Standard MR0175.

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SOUR SERVICE & ISO 15156 (NACE MR0175)

Sour service is defined as any case where the absolute partial pressure of hydrogen sulfide (H2S) exceeds 0.05 psi (0,0003 Mpa). As an example, if the total shut-in pressure is 2000 psi (13,8 Mpa), a concentration of 25 parts per million (ppm) is equivalent to 0.05 psi partial pressure, so ISO 15156 would apply. API 6D (ISO 14313) and API 6DSS (ISO 17423) specifications require that materials for pressure-containing and pressure-controlling parts including bolting used in sour service meet the requirements of ISO 15156 (all parts).

Partial Pressure Formulas: H2S PPM H2S PSIA = 1,000,000 x Shut-In Pressure H2S PSIA = % H2S x Shut-In Pressure CO2 PSIA = % CO2 x Shut-In Pressure ISO 15156 lists acceptable materials, including any restrictions on mechanical properties, heat treat procedures and method of manufacture. As an example, carbon and low-alloy steels must have a hardness of no more than 22 HRC. If acceptable low alloy steel is welded in an exposed area, it must be stress relieved at a temperature of at least 1150ºF (593ºC).

Examples of Material Usage Limits per NACE MR0175, 2003 Revision (Assuming 5000 psi Total Pressure and No Elemental Sulfur) Material Type

Application (Part)

Maximum H2S at 5000 psi (34,5 Mpa)

Minimum pH of Water Phase

Maximum Temperature

Carbon or Low Alloy Steel

Body, Bonnet, Hanger Gate, Seat, Stem

No Limit

No Limit

No Limit

410 or F6NM Stainless Steel

Body, Bonnet, Gate, Seat

No Limit

3.5

No Limit

Stem

300 ppm

3.5

No Limit

Valve Stem Only



4.5

No Limit

17-4 PH SST or Monel K-500

Ring Gasket

No Limit

No Limit

No Limit

Obturator, Seat, Stem

3000 ppm

No Limit

140° F (60° C)

Stellite or Tungsten Carbide

Obturator, Seat Trim

No Limit

No Limit

No Limit

Nickel Alloys 718 and 925

Body, Bonnet, Obturator Seat, Stem

No Limit

No Limit

275° F (135° C)

40,000 ppm

No Limit

400° F (204° C)

Nickel Alloys 625 and 825

Body, Bonnet, Obturator Seat, Stem

No Limit

No Limit

No Limit

316 or 304 Stainless Steel

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SOUR SERVICE & ISO 15156 (NACE MR0175

(continued)

There are sound reasons for the changes to NACE MR0175. Previous editions did not address the effects of environmental factors other than H2S on the resistance of materials to sulfide-stress cracking. While the major oil and gas companies, drilling companies and equipment manufacturers were aware of the limitations of the materials they used, the standard did not provide enough guidance for companies with less experience or metallurgical expertise. In a few cases, materials that have been approved in MR0175 and widely used for certain components are no longer permitted by the standard. An example is the use of 17-4 PH® stainless steel for tubing hangers. In other cases, the new restrictions may dictate a change in materials from past usage. For instance, tubing hangers or valve stems made from 410 or F6NM stainless steel are approved for use only if the partial pressure of H2S is no higher than 1.5 psi. As a result of such limitations, it may not be possible to certify that a product complies with NACE MR0175, without knowing specific fluid conditions. Another change to the standard is the expansion of scope to cover stress corrosion cracking (SCC) as well as sulfide-stress cracking (SSC). As a result, AISI 316 and other austenitic stainless steels are limited as to service temperature and chloride content as well as H2S. Recognizing the impact of the new environmental limits in NACE MR0175, (ISO 15156) the standard now allows purchasers to qualify materials for use outside those limits, or to use materials not listed. This can be done by using “like for like” materials in an existing field or by documenting successful service history in a comparable application. Purchasers can also perform material qualification testing, as detailed in MR0175, and avoid the lengthy balloting and approval process. There are many additional factors that can dramatically influence the selection of proper materials in addition to those included in NACE. Factors such as temperature are important considerations during completion and throughout the service life of the well.

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WELDING

QUALITY CONTROL

Welding, including repair welding, of pressure-containing and pressurecontrolling parts are performed to qualified procedures. The following table applies to pressure containing fabrication and repair weldments for bodies, bonnets, obturator, seats and end connections or closures:

Requirements

API 6D

API 6DSS

Weld Procedure Qualification

ISO 15607, ISO 15609, ISO 15614-1 or ASME Sec. IX with hardness survey

ISO 15607, ISO 15609, ISO 15614-1 or ASME Sec. IX with hardness survey

Welder Performance Qualification

ISO 9606-1, ASME Sec. IX or EN 287-1

ISO 9606-1, ASME Sec. IX or EN 287-1

Welding Consumables, Instrument Calibration

Documented Controls Required

Documented Controls Required

Visual Exam of Weld

Required

Required

Weld Surface NDE: PT/MT

By Agreement

By Agreement

Weld Volumetric NDE: UT/RT

By Agreement

By Agreement

Weld Procedure Qualification Hardness Testing

Meet ISO 15156 (all parts)

Meet ISO 15156 (all parts)

Weld Procedure Qualification - Impact Testing

Required in accordance with ISO 148-1 or ASTM A370

Required in accordance with ISO 148-1 or ASTM A370

Specification 6D (ISO 14313) and 6DSS (ISO 14723) describe pertinent information on inspections, tests, examinations and required documentation. Since the selection of type of testing and nondestructive examination for 6D equipment is ultimately a purchaser’s decision but it is a mandatory requirement for 6DSS equipment, the following quality control and nondestructive examination (NDE) information is provided to make it easy for users to select the quality level consistent with their risk management needs.

NDE Type and Extent

Acceptance Criteria

API 6D

API 6DSS

API 6D

API 6DSS

RT of castings – critical areas per ASME B16.34 API 6D

ASME B16.34, App I

ASME Sec. V, Art. 2

ASME B16.34, App I

ASME Sec. VIII, Div. 1, App 7

RT of castings – accessible areas

ASME B16.34, App I

ASME Sec. V, Art. 2

ASME B16.34, App I

ASME Sec. VIII, Div. 1, App 7

RT of welds – weldments

ASME Sec. V, Art. 2

ASME Sec. V, Art. 2

ASME Sec. VIII, Div. 1, Part UW51 (linear indications); ASME Sec. VIII, Div. 1, App 4 (rounded indications)

Same as 6D

UT of castings – critical areas per ASME B16.34

ASME B16.34, App IV

ASME Sec. V, Art. 5 (direct and shear wave)

ASME B16.34, App IV

ASTM A 609, Table 2, QL 2

UT of castings – accessible areas

ASME B16.34, App IV

ASME Sec. V, Art. 5 (direct and shear wave)

UT of forgings and plate – surface areas

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Examination Method

ASTM A 388; or A 435; or A 577 (as applicable)

ASME Sec. V, Art. 5

ASME B16.34, App IV ASME Sec. V, Art. 23; or ASTM A 388; or A 435; or A 577 (as applicable)

ASTM A 609, Table 2, QL 1 ASME Sec. VIII, Div.1; or ASTM A 578/578M – Level B

QUALITY CONTROL

(continued)

Examination Method

NDE Type and Extent

API 6D

API 6DSS

Acceptance Criteria API 6D

API 6DSS

MT of forgings – 100% accessible surface areas

ASME Sec. V, Art. 7

ASME Sec. V, Art. 7

ASME Sec. VIII, Div. 1, App 6

Same as 6D; or no linear indications (sealing surfaces)

MT of bolting

ASME Sec. V, Art. 7

ASME Sec. V, Art. 7

ASME Sec. VIII, Div. 1, App 6

Same

MT of 100% machined surfaces

ASME Sec. V, Art. 7

ASME Sec. V, Art. 7

ASME Sec. VIII, Div. 1, App 6

Same as 6D; or no linear indications (sealing surfaces)

MT of weld bevels – weld ends

ASME Sec. V, Art. 7

ASME Sec. V, Art. 7

ASME Sec. VIII, Div. 1, App 6

Same as 6D

LP of castings – 100% accessible surface areas

ASME Sec. V, Art. 6

ASME Sec. V, Art. 6

ASME Sec. VIII, Div. 1, App 8

Same as 6D; or no linear indications (sealing surfaces)

LP of bolting

ASME Sec. V, Art. 6

ASME Sec. V, Art. 6

ASME Sec. VIII, Div. 1, App 8

Same as 6D

LP of 100% machined surfaces

ASME Sec. V, Art. 6

ASME Sec. V, Art. 6

ASME Sec. VIII, Div. 1, App 8

Same as 6D; or no linear indications (sealing surfaces)

LP of weld bevels – weld ends

ASME Sec. V, Art. 6

ASME Sec. V, Art. 6

ASME Sec. VIII, Div. 1, App 8

Same as 6D

VT of castings – surfaces

MSS-SP-55

Same as 6D

Type 1 – none acceptable; Type 2 to 12 – A & B

Type 1, none acceptable; and Type 2 to 12, A and B

VT of forgings and plate – surfaces



As required by ASTM Product Spec



As required by ASTM Product Spec

VT of weldments



ASME Sec. V, Art. 9



Complete joint penetration on Pressure Containing Welds; or Undercuts should not reduce thickness in area to below minimum thickness; or Surface porosity and exposed slag not permitted on or within 45mm of seating surfaces.

VT of others – 100% surfaces



ASME Sec. V, Art. 9



No visible defects

Documented procedures

Same as 6D; or when specified by Customer – PT – ASME Sec. VIII, Div. 1, App 8; no linear indications; or MT – ASME Sec. V, Div. 1, App 6; no linear indications

Documented procedures

Same as 6D; or when specified by Customer – PT – ASME Sec. VIII, Div. 1, App 8; no linear indications; or MT – ASME Sec. V, Div. 1, App 6; no linear indications; or RT – ASME Sec. VIII, Div. 1, UW51 (linear indications) or ASME Sec. VIII, Div. 1, App 4 (rounded indications); or UT – ASME Sec. VIII, Div. 1, App 12; ASTM A 578; no lack of fusion

Repair welds – defect removals; prior to welding

Repair welds – pressurecontaining parts

MT or PT

MT or PT

Same as 6D; or when specified by Customer – PT per ASME Sec. V, Art. 6 (100% sealing and accessible surfaces)

Same as 6D; or when specified by Customer – PT - ASME Sec. V, Art. 6 (100% sealing and accessible surfaces); or MT - ASME Sec. V, Art. 7 (100% sealing and accessible surfaces); or RT - ASME Sec. V, Art. 2 (100% where practicable, areas); or UT - ASME Sec. V, Art. 23 or ASME Sec. V, Art. 5 (direct and shear wave)

NDE Requirement – API 6D (when specified) and API 6DSS (mandatory) Personnel Qualification

API 6D

API 6DSS

NDE

ISO 9712 or ASNT SNT-TC-1A

ISO 9712 or ASNT SNT-TC-1A

Welding Inspectors

AWS QC1, equivalent or Mfrs documented training program

AWS QC1

Visual Inspectors

Annual eye exam per ISO 9712 or ASNT SNT-TC-1A

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QUALITY CONTROL

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Minimum Bore Required for Full-Port Valves Nominal Size

Minimum Bore (mm)

DN

NPS

PN 20 ~ 100 (Class 150 ~ 600)

PN 150 (Class 900)

PN 250 (Class 1500)

PN 420 (Class 2500)

50

2

49

49

49

42

65

2-1/2

62

62

62

52

80

3

74

74

74

62

100

4

100

100

100

87

150

6

150

150

144

131

200

8

201

201

192

179

250

10

252

252

239

223

300

12

303

303

287

265

350

14

334

322

315



400

16

385

373

360



450

18

436

423





500

20

487

471





550

22

538

522





600

24

589

570





650

26

633

617





700

28

684

665





750

30

735

712





800

32

779

760





850

34

830

808





900

36

874

855





950

38

925







1000

40

976







1050

42

1020







1200

48

1166







1350

54

1312







1400

56

1360







1500

60

1458







Minimum Bore Size for Bypass, Drain and Vent Connections Nominal Valve Size DN

NPS

Connection Size mm (inch)

50 ~ 100

2~4

15 (½)

150 ~ 200

6~8

20 (¾)

≥ 250

≥ 10

25 (1)

Valve Flanged Ends End flanges are furnished with raised face (RF) or ring-joint face (RTJ). Dimensions, tolerances and finishes are in accordance with: • ASME B16.5 for sizes up to and including DN 600 (NPS 24), except DN 550 (NPS 22), • MSS SP-44 for DN 550 (NPS 22), • ASME B16.47 Series ‘A’ for DN 650 (NPS 26) and larger sizes. Valve Weld Ends Weld ends conform to Fig. 434.8.6 (a), (1) and (2), in ASME B31.4 or Fig. 14 and 15 of ASME B31.8 unless otherwise agreed. In case of heavy walled valve body, the outside profile may be tapered at 30 degrees and then 45 degrees as illustrated in Fig. 1 of ASME B16.25.

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MARKING and FINAL INSPECTION

Section 13 and Table 12 of Specification 6D specify marking instructions and the checklist below describe marking/inspection for monogrammed equipment: API Monogram Product Checklist Customer:

Sales Order:

Valve Description:

Serial Number:

1. A re manufacturer’s name or trademarks identified on body and nameplate?

Pass

Fail

n/a

2. Are pressure class identified on body and nameplate?

Pass

Fail

n/a

3. Are  pressure/temperature rating identified on nameplate? a) Maximum operating pressure at maximum operating temperature b) Maximum operating pressure at minimum operating temperature

Pass

Fail

n/a

4. Are face-to-face/end-to-end dimension identified on nameplate?

Pass

Fail

n/a

5. A  re body material designation identified on body and nameplate? Are cast and heat melting identification identified on body, bonnet closures and stem? Material symbol, e.g., AISI, ASME,ASTM. or ISO. NOTE: When body is fabricated of more than one type of steel, the end connection material governs marking.

Pass Pass

Fail Fail

n/a n/a

6. A  re trim identification identified on nameplate? Symbols indicating material of stem and sealing faces of closure members if different from that of body. Note: MSS SP-25 gives guidance on marking.

Pass

Fail

n/a

7. A  re nominal valve size identified on body or nameplate or both as practicable? a) Full-opening valves: nominal valve size b) Reduced-opening valves: shall be marked as specified in 6.2

Pass

Fail

n/a

8. Are ring joint groove number identified on valve flange ends?

Pass

Fail

n/a

9. A  RE SMYS and minimum wall thickness identified on valve body weld bevels?

Pass

Fail

n/a

10. A  re flow direction (for check valves only) identified on body of unidirectional valve only?

Pass

Fail

n/a

11. Are separate seat sealing direction identification plate on body?

Pass

Fail

n/a

12. Are unique serial number identified on body and nameplate?

Pass

Fail

n/a

13. A re date of manufacture (month and year) identified on nameplate?

Pass

Fail

n/a

14. Is ISO 14313 identified on 6D nameplate or ISO 14723 identified on 6DSS nameplates?

Pass

Fail

n/a

15. A  re bonnet, body and closures traceable to Heat Numbers? Cover/Bonnet Heat #_______ Body Heat #_______ Closures (L/R) Heat #_______ /_______

Pass

Fail

n/a

16. I f body material is carbon steel, do the MTR meet the chemistry requirements of API 6D clause 7.4 for weld ends?

Pass

Fail

n/a

17. If a weld repair was performed, was NDE performed before and after repair, is it documented and do results meet acceptance criteria?

Pass

Fail

n/a

18. W  ere shell and seat test performed per API requirements? Shell Test Pressure______ Time_____ Seat Test Pressure_____ Time_____ Double Block and Bleed____Seat Test Pressure_______ Time_______

Pass Pass Pass

Fail Fail Fail

n/a n/a n/a

19. Are valves drained and lubed?

Pass

Fail

n/a

20. I f body/bonnet material is a non-corrosion resistant alloy, has it been painted after hydrostatic test?

Pass

Fail

n/a

21. Does valve meet API requirements?

Pass

Fail

n/a

Checked by: Date: Pass

Note: For API monogrammed equipment, the API monogram is also marked along with the license number of the API approved manufacturing facility.

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THE API MONOGRAM PROGRAM

Program Description The American Petroleum Institute administers the API Monogram Program as a service to the global oil and natural gas industry. The program is widely known for the API Monogram symbol, which can be found physically marked on many products used in the industry today. The mark is a warranty by the licensed product manufacturer or service provider to the API and to the purchaser of the product, that (a) the item complies in every aspect with the applicable API Product Specification in effect on the date of manufacture and (b) the item was manufactured in conformance with the manufacturer’s API-approved quality management system.

API Product Standards and the API Monogram Program There are more than 70 API Specifications that are currently eligible for licensing under the API Monogram Program. These standards cover a wide variety of products and services used in the industry and are maintained by API’s internationally recognized standards organization to keep current with practices and technology used in the industry today.

API Quality Management System The API Monogram Program quality management system is based on ISO 9001 with the addition of requirements that are of specific importance to the oil and natural gas industry. The quality management system is documented in API Specification Q1.

The API Licensing Process Organizations may voluntarily apply to API for a license to produce and mark products with the official API Monogram. In the application process, the organization must identify the API standard(s) it expects to conform to under the license, which specific products/services within that standard will be included or excluded under the agreement and the physical location of the facility that will produce the product. Upon acceptance of the organization’s application, API will (a) review the organization’s quality management system documentation for compliance with API Specification Q1; (b) perform an on-site audit of the implementation of the organization’s quality management system and (c) conduct and on-site evaluation of the organization’s capability to produce products in compliance with the applicable API specification(s). If approved, the organization will be issued a numbered license granting it the right to use the API Monogram for a period of three years, during which time the organization may be subject to additional, unannounced audits by the API.

Using the API Monogram Under the license agreement, the organization may not physically mark any product with the API Monogram that does not fully conform with the applicable API Standard and/or if the product manufacture deviated from the licensed organization’s quality management system. For each use of the API Monogram, the organization is also required to mark the unique license number issued by the API adjacent to the monogram, which is traceable to the individual API-licensed facility that produced the product. 15

THE API MONOGRAM PROGRAM

For more information, contact your local Cameron representative. Cameron • P.O. Box 1212 • Houston, TX 77251-1212 • Tel: 1.281.499.8511 www.c-a-m.com

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API SPECIFICATION Q1 (ISO 29001)

API Specification Q1 (ISO 29001) is intended to be used in conjunction with international oil and gas product standards by internationally licensed manufacturers. Used in this manner, API Specification Q1 delivers significant value to the industry by providing a cohesive link between the accreditation of a manufacturer’s quality system and their ability to provide products meeting industry and customer requirements. API Specification Q1 differs from generic quality systems (e.g., ISO 9001) by its role in the voluntary licensing of manufacturers to provide oil and gas industry products in accordance with API specifications. API licenses are only issued after an on-site survey has confirmed that the licensee adheres to the requirements of both the quality system standard API Specification Q1 and the requirements of an international oil and gas product specification recognized by the oil and gas industry and API. In contrast, generic quality system requirements are normally intended to be applied to any industry or product through contractual agreements with or without industry standards or specifications. API Specification Q1 includes the basic quality management system requirements of ISO 9001 and is also published as ISO 29001.

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API and ISO ACCREDITATIONS

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Cameron is proud to maintain API and ISO accreditations at many manufacturing and CAMSERV™ repair facilities. In fact, Cameron holds one of the largest number of API licenses in the industry. These accreditations, however, only make up a part of Cameron’s commitment to quality. We invite you to contact your local Cameron representative and review our commitment to quality in detail.

Plant Location

State/Country

API Licenses

ISO 9001 Certifications

Deer Park

Australia

6A, 16A, 17D, Q1

X

Shanghai Moqiao

China

6A, Q1

X

Shanghai Songjian

China

6A, Q1

X X

Weifang City, Shandong

China

6D

Batam Island

Indonesia

6A

Bekasi

Indonesia

Johor

Malaysia

Selangor Muscat

X 6A, 16A, 17D

X

Malaysia

6A, 6D, 17D

X

Oman

6A, 16A, 16C, 16D, Q1

X

Al Rushaid

Saudi Arabia

6A, 6D, 16A, 16C, 16D, Q1

X

Jubail (JV)

Saudi Arabia

Singapore

Singapore

Abu Dhabi

UAE

X

Luanda

Angola

X

Bonor Regis

England

X

X 6A, 6D, 16A, 16C, 17D

6A, 16A, 17D

X

Leeds

England

Newmarket

England

X X

Rugby/Sunbury

England

X

Tunbridge Wells, Kent

England

X

Beziers

France

6A, 16A, 16C, 17D

X

Celle

Germany

6A, 16A, 16D, 17D, 17F, Q1

X

Longford

Ireland

6A, 16C, 17D Q1

X

Colico

Italy

6A, 6D, 6DSS, 17D

X

Milan

Italy

Voghera

Italy

X

Hoogezand

Netherlands

X

Onne Port

Nigeria

X

6A, 6D, 6DSS

X

Port Harcourt

Nigeria

6D

X

Stavanger

Norway

6A

X

Campina

Romania

6A, 11AX, 11B

X

Ploiesti

Romania

6A

X

Aberdeen

Scotland

X

Calgary (10th St NE)

Canada

X

Calgary (Farrell Rd SE)

Canada

Edmonton

Canada

Edmonton (3707-97 St) Edmonton (5003-93rd St)

X 6A, 6D, 16A, 16C, 608

X

Canada

608, 6D

X

Canada

6A, 16A, 16C

Quality Policy Statement Cameron is committed to customer satisfaction by providing superior products and services that conform to agreed-upon requirements, through employee involvement in the quality management system and a process of continual improvement.

Plant Location

State/Country

API Licenses

ISO 9001 Certifications

Little Rock

Arkansas

6D

X

City of Industry

California

Grand Junction

Colorado

12F

Iola

Kansas

11AX, 11B

Salina

Kansas

X

X

Berwick

Louisiana

6A, 16A, 16R, 17D, Q1

X

Hammond

Louisiana

6A, 6D

X

New Iberia

Louisiana

6A, Q1

X

Ville Platte

Louisiana

6A, 6D, 6DSS

X

Millbury

Massachusetts

Buffalo

New York

Duncan

Oklahoma

X

Moore

Oklahoma

X

X 672, 617, 614

X

Oklahoma City (18th St)

Oklahoma

Oklahoma City (33rd St)

Oklahoma

6A, 16A, 16C, Q1

X

Oklahoma City (7500 SW 29th St)

Oklahoma

6A, 6D, 17D, Q1

X

Oklahoma City (845 SE 29th St)

Oklahoma

6A, 6D

X

Electra

Texas

Houston (11327 Tanner Rd)

Texas

6A, 16C, 17D, Q1

X

6A, 16C, 17D, Q1

X

X

Houston (11331 Tanner Rd)

Texas

Houston (4646 W Sam Houston Pkwy N)

Texas

Houston (6650 Bingle Rd)

Texas

Houston (Equity Drive)

Texas

X

X 16D, Q1

X

Houston (JFK Blvd)

Texas

X

Houston (Port Northwest Drive)

Texas

X

Houston (Thomas Rd, Bldg G)

Texas

16A, Q1

Katy

Texas

16A, Q1

Odessa (2500 Steven Road)

Texas

Odessa (Rasco Ave)

Texas

6A, 16A, 16C, 16D, Q1

Waller

Texas

6A, 17D, Q1

Casper

Wyoming

12F

X X X

Zarate

Argentina

6A, 16A, Q1

X

Simões Filho

Bahia / Brazil

6A, 6D

X

Macae

Brazil

6A, 16A, Q1

X

Taubate

Brazil

6A, 17D, Q1

X

Veracruz

Mexico

6A, 16A, 17D, Q1

X

Maracaibo

Venezuela

6A, 16A, 17D, Q1

X

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MANUFACTURING LOCATIONS Alvin, USA Bognor Regis, UK Caldon, USA Calgary, Canada City of Industry, USA Colico, Italy (†) Duncan, USA Edmonton, Canada (†) Hammond, USA (†) Harvey, USA Houston, USA (†) Jacarei, Brazil Jiskoot, UK Kilgore, USA Little Rock, USA (†) Longford, Ireland (†) Midland, USA Millbury, USA Muskegon, USA Odessa, USA Oklahoma City, USA (†) Port Harcourt, Nigeria (†) Ville Platte, USA (†) Voghera, Italy (†) Weifang, China (†) Songjian, China (†) Yancheng, China

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MEASUREMENT SYSTEMS

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Benicia, USA Bethlehem, USA Casper, USA Chengdu, China Chetwynd, Canada Corpus Cristi, USA Deerpark, USA Edmonton, USA Houston, USA (‡) Jakarta, Indonesia Jebel Ali, UAE (‡) Lafayatte, USA Lancaster, USA Melbourne, Australia New Market, UK (‡) Mobile, USA Odessa, USA Oklahoma City, USA Port Allen, USA Sarnia, Canada Stafford, USA (‡) Torrance, USA Ville Platte, USA (‡)

HSE Policy Statement At Cameron, we are committed ethically, financially and personally to a working environment where no one gets hurt, nothing gets harmed.

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