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Catalogue of EEMUA Publications

Automation, Control, Electrical Engineering, Procurement, Construction Equipment Operation and Maintenance Inspection and Integrity Management Storage and Distribution

Engineering Equipment and Materials Users’ Association 1

NOTES ON USE OF THIS CATALOGUE This printed catalogue has been produced for use as an alternative to the online catalogue on the EEMUA online shop at: www.eemua. org/acatalog/shop.html. The online catalogue is the definitive version.

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For those purchasing publications via this printed catalogue using the order form, please note that payment is required with order. A proforma invoice can be issued if required. September 2013

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ABOUT EEMUA Who we are: EEMUA, the Engineering Equipment and Materials Users’ Association, is an international non-profit membership organisation representing member companies across a wide spectrum of industries: chemicals, food and pharmaceuticals manufacturing, both upstream and downstream oil & gas exploration and production, power generation and distribution, steelmaking, bulk storage & distribution, utilities, and more. What our members have in common: All EEMUA member companies have industrial assets to manage, and these are usually safety-critical assets and/or facilities that are critical to a country’s national infrastructure. Our aims: EEMUA aims to improve the safety, environmental and operating performance of industrial facilities in the most cost-effective way, developing and promoting leadership in industrial asset management. Our work: EEMUA Members pursue these aims by sharing engineering experiences and expertise, and by the promotion of their distinct interests as the users of engineering products. EEMUA provides an organisation within which networking, information sharing and collaboration among users on non-competitive technical matters can take place. The Association works to influence the way regulations are interpreted and applied in practice, to promote members’ views to suppliers and others, to encourage the application of good sound engineering practices, and to participate in the development of industry guidance, training schemes and formal Standards. Membership: Any organisation that is a substantial user or purchaser of engineering products is eligible to apply to become a member of EEMUA. To apply for, or enquire about, corporate membership of EEMUA, write to: [email protected] Our publications and training: As part of its work, EEMUA develops user guides, specifications, training and competency schemes which it offers to both members and industry in general. It is these publications and training schemes you will find described in this catalogue. By purchasing and using the publications and training, you will be helping directly to support the work of EEMUA. All income and resources of EEMUA are applied solely towards furthering the aims of the Association for safe and effective industrial asset management. No profit is transferred by way of dividend, bonus or otherwise to members. For further information on the publications listed in this catalogue, contact [email protected]a.org Engineering Equipment and Materials Users’ Association www.eemua.org 63 Mark Lane, London, EC3R 7NQ Tel + 44(0) 20 7488 0801 Fax +44(0) 20 7488 3499

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CONTENTS

Publication Index - by Section/Topic Index to Summaries of EEMUA Publications - by Section/Topic Section 1 Automation, Control, Electrical Section 2 Engineering, Procurement, Construction Section 3 Equipment Operation and Maintenance Section 4 Inspection and Integrity Management Section 5 Storage and Distribution Publication Index - by Number Descending How to Order Shipping/Delivery, Returns, Amendments

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Section 1 - Automation, Control, Electrical Design and installation of on-line analyser systems: a guide to technical enquiry and bid evaluation

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222

Guide to the application of IEC 61511 to safety instrumented systems in the UK process industries

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214

Toolbox Guide – Electrical installation, inspection and maintenance in potentially explosive atmospheres

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201

Process plant control desks utilising Human-Computer Interfaces – a guide to design, operational and Human-Computer Interface issues

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191

Alarm systems – a guide to design, management and procurement

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189

A guide to Fieldbus application for the process industry

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187

Analyser systems – a guide to maintenance management

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186

A Practitioner’s Handbook – Electrical installation, inspection and maintenance in potentially explosive atmospheres

178

A design guide for the electrical safety of instruments, instrument/ control panels & control systems

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175

Code of Practice for calibration and checking process analysers

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155

Standard Test Method for comparative performance of flammable gas detectors against poisoning

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138

Design and installation of on-line analyser systems

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Section 2 - Engineering, Procurement, Construction

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224

A guide to risk based procurement: quality assurance of engineering equipment and materials

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218

Quality requirements for the manufacture and supply of duplex stainless steels

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215

Industrial cooling tower fans and fin fans – a guide for design, maintenance & operation

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211

Guidance on the specificaton of pressure vessels

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PUBLICATION INDEX BY SECTION/TOPIC Page

197

Specification for the fabrication of non-primary structural steelwork for offshore installations

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196

Valve purchasers’ guide to the European Pressure Equipment Directive

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194

Guidelines for materials selection and corrosion control for subsea oil & gas production equipment

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192

Guide for the procurement of valves for low temperature (non-cryogenic) service

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185

Guide for hot tapping on piping and other equipment

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182

Specification for integral block and bleed valve manifolds for direct connection to pipework

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179

A working guide for carbon steel equipment in wet H2S service

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176

Specification for structural castings for use offshore

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158

Construction specification for fixed offshore structures in the North Sea

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154

Guidance to owners on demolition of vertical cylindrical steel storage tanks and storage spheres

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149

Code of Practice for the identification and checking of materials of construction in pressure systems in process plants

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148

Reliability Specification – Model clauses for inclusion in purchasing specifications for equipment items and packages

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147

Recommendations for the design and construction of refrigerated liquefied gas storage tanks

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146

90/10 Copper nickel alloy piping for offshore applications – Specification: Fittings

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145

90/10 Copper nickel alloy piping for offshore applications – Specification: Flanges composite & solid

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144

90/10 Copper nickel alloy piping for offshore applications – Specification: Tubes seamless & welded

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143

Recommendations for tube end welding: Tubular heat transfer equipment, Part 1 – Ferrous materials

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141

Guide to the use of Noise Procedure Specification

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140

Noise Procedure Specification

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133

Specification for underground armoured cable protected against solvent penetration and corrosive attack

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105

Factory stairways, ladders and handrails (including access platforms and ramps)

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104

Noise: a guide to information required from equipment vendors

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101

Lifting points – a design guide

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Section 3 - Equipment Operation and Maintenance

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223

Pressure testing of pressure equipment after repair, modifications or re-rating: a guide to the pressure test waiver

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215

Industrial cooling tower fans and fin fans – a guide for design, maintenance and operation

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211

Guidance on the specificaton of pressure vessels

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208

Guide to life-cycle management of pressure relief systems

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205

Guide to the production testing of valves for the energy, process, oil and gas industries

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204

Piping and the European Pressure Equipment Directive: Guidance for plant owners/operators

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200

Guide to the specification, installation and maintenance of spring supports for piping

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PUBLICATION INDEX BY SECTION/TOPIC Section 3 - Equipment Operation and Maintenance continued 199 188 185 184 182 179 177 168 164 151

On-line leak sealing of piping - guide to safety considerations Guide for establishing operating periods of safety valves Guide for hot tapping on piping and other equipment Guide to the isolation of pressure relieving devices Specification for integral block and bleed valve manifolds for direct connection to pipework A working guide for carbon steel equipment in wet H2S service Guide to the UK Pressure Systems Safety Regulations (2000) A guide to the pressure testing of in-service pressurised equipment Seal-less centrifugal pumps: Class 1 Liquid ring vacuum pumps and compressors

Section 4 - Inspection and Integrity Management 231 206 193 181 161 159 149

The mechanical integrity of plant containing hazardous substances – a guide to periodic examination and testing Risk Based Inspection: a guide to effective use of the RBI process Recommendations for the training, development and competency assessment of inspection personnel A guide to risk-based assessments of in-situ large Ex ‘e’ and Ex ‘N’ machines Guide to the selection and assessment of silencers and acoustic enclosures Users’ guide to the inspection, maintenance and repair of above-ground vertical cylindrical steel storage tanks Code of Practice for the identification and checking of materials of construction in pressure systems in process plants

Section 5 - Storage and Distribution

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217 213 207 204

Safe and effective operation of storage tanks for oil movements Emission reduction from storage tanks and loading operations Double concrete tanks for liquefied gas: a guide to design, construction and operation Piping and the European Pressure Equipment Directive: guidance for plant owners/operators

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199 190

On-line leak sealing of piping – guide to safety considerations Guide for the design, construction and use of mounded horizontal cylindrical bulk storage vessels for pressurised LPG at ambient temperatures

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183

154

Prevention of tank bottom leakage – a guide for the design and repair of foundations and bottoms of vertical, cylindrical, steel storage tanks Frangible roof joints for fixed roof storage tanks: a guide for designers and users Users’ guide to the inspection, maintenance and repair of above ground vertical cylindrical steel storage tanks Guidance to owners on demolition of vertical cylindrical steel storage tanks and storage spheres

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147

Recommendations for the design and construction of refrigerated liquefied gas storage tanks

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180 159

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AUTOMATION, CONTROL, ELECTRICAL Materials selection, plant design and construction

Design and installation of on-line analyser systems: a guide to technical enquiry and bid evaluation This Guide assists in the development of a specification or material requisition for analysers and their associated support systems. It is not a design specification in its own right, but can be used as a valuable tool for enquiry purposes and the subsequent assessment of the bids presented by the prospective vendors. This publication should be read in conjunction with EEMUA Publication 138 Design and installation of on-line analyser systems. 2012, 1st edition (First published as EEMUA 138 S1, 1993)

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NEW! TO ORDER

Publication No. 226 ISBN 0 85931 184 7

£54.00

Guide to the application of IEC 61511 to safety instrumented systems in the UK process industries This Guide, written by leading experts, including from the Health & Safety Executive, provides guidance and recommendations on the application of IEC 61511 for the specification and implementation of safety instrumented systems. The guide is supplied with a CD (purchasers will need to request the access password to read the CD) 2009

TO ORDER

Publication No. 222 ISBN 0 85931 168 6

£220.00

Toolbox Guide - Electrical installation, inspection and maintenance in potentially explosive atmospheres Following the release of EEMUA Publication 186 A Practitioner’s Handbook, many requests were received for a toolbox version that could be carried easily and used as a ready reference by workers in this field. This booklet is the outcome. It is provided to candidates on the CompEx course and can also be purchased separately from JTLimited, Email: [email protected] or Tel: +44 (0) 1978 664104 2010, 5th edition

TO ORDER

Publication No. 214 ISBN 0 85931 177 9

£15.00

Process plant control desks utilising Human-Computer Interfaces - a guide to design, operational and Human-Computer Interface issues This publication gives design guidance for maximising the effectiveness of the Human Computer Interface (HCI). It includes an introduction to the HCI, the role of the operator, the design of systems reliant on the HCI, guidance on display format design, principles and methodology, together with overall control room design for operator use. The publication was written as a result of issues which arose during the research for EEMUA Publication 191 on alarm systems, and includes material derived from co-operation with the US Abnormal Situation Management Consortium (ASM). 2010, 2nd edition

TO ORDER

Publication No. 201 ISBN 0 85931 176 2

£122.00

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PROCESS SAFETY TRAINING A ‘systems engineering’ approach to risk management

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AUTOMATION, CONTROL, ELECTRICAL Materials selection, plant design and construction

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Alarm systems - a guide to design, management and procurement Since it was first published in 1999, EEMUA 191 has become the globally accepted and leading guide to good practice for all aspects of alarm systems. The new Third Edition, developed by users of alarm systems with input from the GB Health and Safety Executive, includes guidance on implementing the alarm management philosophy in practice; applications in geographically distributed plant; and performance metrics and KPIs. 2013, 3rd edition

NEW! TO ORDER

Publication No. 191 ISBN 0 85931 192 2

£129.00

A guide to Fieldbus application for the process industry The guidelines included in this document are designed to assist users specify the design, installation and maintenance of Fieldbus based control and instrumentation for process industries. 1997

TO ORDER

Publication No. 189 ISBN 0 85931 066 3

£67.00

Analyser systems - a guide to maintenance management 2nd edition due to be published Q4 2013 This guide is designed to define best practices in the maintenance of on-line analysers. It gives guidance on performance target setting, strategies to improve reliability and methods to measure effective performance. 2000

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Publication No. 187 ISBN 0 85931 187 8

£102.00

A Practitioner’s Handbook - Electrical installation, inspection and maintenance in potentially explosive atmospheres New edition due to be published Q4 2013 This publication offers guidance for safe electrical installation work in potentially explosive atmospheres, in areas such as petroleum and petrochemical plants, processing industries, power plants, petrol filling stations and more, when the failure to adopt safe working practices could result in the ignition of flammable gases or combustible dusts. This Fifth Edition takes into account changes in standards, particularly in IEC 60079 (the principal electrotechnical standard for explosive atmospheres). The publication is closely associated with the CompEx training and competency assessment scheme which provides trainees with essential knowledge and practical skills for safe working in such locations. 2010, 5th edition

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Publication No. 186 ISBN 0 85931 178 6

£102.00

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AUTOMATION, CONTROL, ELECTRICAL

A design guide for the electrical safety of instruments, instrument/ control panels and control systems

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Publication No. 178 ISBN 0 85931 167 8

£61.00

Incidents of electrical shock, burns and arcing continue to occur during the installation, commissioning, routine maintenance and testing of instruments, instrument/control panels and control systems. This publication gives a description of those electrical safety aspects which should be considered, in a straightforward non-technical language, for use by technicians and engineers alike. 2009, 2nd edition

Code of Practice for calibration and checking process analysers 2nd edition due to be published Q4 2013

£68.00

This EEMUA Code of Practice is a general guide to the principles and methods used for calibrating and checking process analysers. It covers initial factory or plant calibration and subsequent validation and routine calibration. The publication is based on and supersedes the IP Codes 340/82, 341/82, 347/82, 348/82, 349/82 and 353/82. 1995

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Standard Test Method for comparative performance of flammable gas detectors against poisoning

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Publication No. 175 ISBN 0 85931 120 1

Publication No. 155 ISBN 0 85931 059 0

£34.00

This publication describes a standardised method to check manufacturers’ claims for the performance of their pellistors against poisoning. 1998

Design and installation of on-line analyser systems TO ORDER

Publication No. 138 ISBN 0 85931 174 8

£163.00

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This specification for on line analysers encourages standardisation within industry, resulting in reduction in design and construction costs and improved safety. This publication should be read in conjunction with EEMUA Publication 226 Design and installation of on-line analyser systems: a guide to technical enquiry and bid evaluation. 2010, 2nd edition

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ENGINEERING, PROCUREMENT, CONSTRUCTION Materials selection, plant design and construction

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A guide to risk based procurement: quality assurance of safety-critical engineering equipment and materials

NEW!

This new EEMUA guide to risk based procurement covers quality assurance of safety-critical engineering equipment and materials. It includes suggested measures to assess risks and procurement recommendations and guidance. There is also a discussion of the root causes of equipment or materials not being fit for purpose and some examples of the problems experienced. 2013, 1st edition

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TO ORDER

Publication No. 224 ISBN 0 85931 179 3

£100.00

Quality requirements for the manufacture and supply of duplex stainless steels This EEMUA publication is aimed at manufacturers, designers, purchasers, stockists and end-users of all components and grades of duplex stainless steels. It provides requirements and recommendations for the manufacture and supply of these materials in order to ensure that they meet the minimum in-service requirements of end-users in the process industries. 2010

TO ORDER

Publication No. 218

Industrial cooling tower fans and fin fans – a guide for design, maintenance and operation This publication addresses the best design, maintenance and operation of mechanical draught cooling tower fans and fin fans used in air cooled heat exchangers. If fans are neglected until they fail, there is often extensive damage to the housing and danger of pieces of blade being thrown out. As well as causing damage to plant, this type of failure presents an unacceptable risk to the safety of personnel. This publication sets out the appropriate maintenance practices and gives a framework for the maintenance routines, including specific details of what is required. 2009

ISBN 0 85931 175 5

£198.00

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Publication No. 215 ISBN 0 85931 163 2

£58.00

Guidance on the specification of pressure vessels This publication provides guidance on the design, manufacture and testing of pressure vessels for circumstances not addressed in design codes and specifications. It comprises three Guides: Considerations on the avoidance of repeat post-weld heat treatment; Design for exceptional internal pressure; and Minimum nozzle loadings and nozzle design. 2010

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Publication No. 211 ISBN 0 85931 156 4

£96.00

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ENGINEERING, PROCUREMENT, CONSTRUCTION

Specification for the fabrication of non-primary structural steelwork for offshore installations

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Publication No. 197 ISBN 0 85931 111 2

£84.00

This publication covers non-primary steelwork for all types of offshore installations, including FSPO’s (Floating Production Storage and Off-loading vessels). Topics include quality assurance, safety and environmental considerations; structural materials and welding consumables; qualification of welding procedures and personnel; construction, preparation and assembly; fabrication tolerances; inspection and NDT (Non-destructive Testing) and acceptance criteria. The publication complements EEMUA Publication 158. 1999

Valve purchasers’ guide to the European Pressure Equipment Directive

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Publication No. 196 ISBN 0 85931 106 6

£97.00

The European Pressure Equipment Directive (PED) became part of European countries’ law in 2002. This guide ‘cuts through the fog’ by identifying and explaining those areas of the PED that valve purchasers need to know and understand. It also gives information on those guidelines issued by the European Commission’s Working Group of relevance to valves. Purchasers of other items of pressurised equipment will also find useful guidance in the publication. Topics include: a one-page guide to the PED; how the conformity assessment modules affect valves; routes to materials compliance, marking, certification and documentation; responsibilities of manufacturers, inspection bodies and users; and a step-by-step procedure for establishing valve ‘category’. 2002

Guidelines for materials selection and corrosion control for subsea oil and gas production equipment

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Publication No. 194

The new Third Edition reflects the significant developments that have occurred in subsea materials technology and operational experience since the Second Edition was published in 2004. It provides an overview of the current knowledge of the principles and practices of materials selection and corrosion control for these facilities. The Publication is aimed at engineers and others involved in the design, specification, commissioning, operation, maintenance, repair or refurbishment of underwater oil and gas production equipment and related facilities. 2012, 3rd edition

ISBN 0 85931 188 5

£186.00

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Guide for the procurement of valves for low temperature (non-cryogenic) service TO ORDER

Publication No. 192 ISBN 0 85931 086 8

£65.00

This publication has been prepared for users and contractors involved in the procurement of process valves for operation in moderately cold conditions, typically 0°C to -50°C, a temperature range typically not adequately covered by existing low temperature standards. The guide covers recommendations for design and functional requirements, materials, marking and testing. 1998

Guide for hot tapping on piping and other equipment

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Publication No. 185 ISBN 0 85931 186 1

£87.00

Hot tapping, the term used when a branch is connected to a live or ‘hot’ piping system, is potentially hazardous particularly where flammable or toxic fluids are present. This publication offers guidance on how to carry out a safe and successful operation when hot tapping into metallic piping systems containing process fluids or their residues. It covers overall planning of the operation and includes hazard assessment and control, the constraints imposed by the nature, temperature and pressure of the process fluids, welding, testing and cutting (drilling/trepanning). 2011, 2nd edition

Specification for integral block and bleed valve manifolds for direct connection to pipework

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Publication No. 182 ISBN 0 85931 125 2

£60.00

This specification covers integral block and bleed valve manifolds for direct connection to pipework, used as a replacement for individual block and bleed valves at tapping points in piping systems and also in larger arrangements for equipment and main process isolation. The aim of the specification is to ensure that such installations are fit for purpose and of the required integrity. 2004, 2nd edition

A working guide for carbon steel equipment in wet H2S service

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Publication No. 179 ISBN 0 85931 085 X

£88.00

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Developed largely from oil refinery experience, this publication is aimed at providing guidance on minimising the damaging effects of wet H2S (hydrogen sulphide) on process plant, taking account of operating conditions, risk assessment, materials selection, fabrication, inspection (both of new and in-service equipment) and repairs. This guide is applicable to any process plant handling wet H2S, and should be used in conjunction with User Standards to derive a policy for addressing problems or potential problems in new and existing equipment. 1996

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Specification for structural castings for use offshore In the construction of steel offshore platforms, cast nodes and lifting points may offer technical and/or economic advantages in manufacture compared with fabricated items. However they must be comparable to fabricated items in terms of geometrical accuracy, weldability, and mechanical strength and toughness. Aimed at suppliers and purchasers alike, this specification sets out the requirements for the design, manufacture and testing of carbon-manganese steel castings for use as structural members of offshore platforms, principally for North Sea conditions. Chemical and mechanical properties are specified, together with the requirements for fracture toughness, non-destructive testing and weldability testing. The separate responsibilities of purchaser and supplier are also defined. 1998

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Publication No. 176 ISBN 0 85931 061 2

£67.00

Construction specification for fixed offshore structures in the North Sea New edition coming soon This publication defines the essential requirements for cost effective construction of primary structures of offshore installations. Topics include material requirements, allowable welding consumables, welding quality and personnel requirements, fabrication tolerances as well as inspection and non-destructive testing acceptance levels. The specification reflects a consensus view of oil companies with regard to both fabrication and acceptance criteria for structures to be installed within the UK continental shelf. It is however suitable for application in other geographic areas. 2005, 2nd edition

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Publication No. 158 ISBN 0 85931 074 4

£99.00

Guidance to owners on demolition of vertical cylindrical steel storage tanks and storage spheres The publication covers the demolition of tanks built to BS 2654, API 650, or similar; of refrigerated tanks to BS 7777, API 620, or similar and of (LPG or ammonia) column-supported storage spheres built to recognised pressure vessel codes such as BS PD 5500 and ASME VIII. Reference is also made in the text to UK statutory requirements governing such demolition work. The publication is well illustrated with diagrams and photographs. 2002, 2nd edition

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Publication No. 154 ISBN 0 85931 146 5

£90.00

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Code of Practice for the identification and checking of materials of construction in pressure systems in process plants TO ORDER

Publication No. 149 ISBN 0 85931 081 7

£67.00

Primarily aimed to minimise process piping system failures owing to use of incorrect material, this Code of Practice covers in service equipment as well as new equipment. Many of the recommendations also apply to a wide range of equipment that can be so checked, either on site or at manufacturers, stockists or fabricators. 1997

Reliability Specification - Model clauses for inclusion in purchasing specifications for equipment items and packages TO ORDER

Publication No. 148 ISBN 0 85931 118 X

£24.00

This publication gives model clauses recommended for inclusion by users in purchasing specifications for equipment items and packages to ensure consideration of reliability and availability aspects during project design and tendering, particularly for major items and systems. 1986

Recommendations for the design and construction of refrigerated liquefied gas storage tanks

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Publication No. 147 ISBN 0 85931 113 9

£83.00

This publication contains basic recommendations for the design and construction of single, double and full containment tanks for the bulk storage of refrigerated liquefied gases down to -165°C, for both metal and concrete material. Liquids covered by the scope of this publication, which is intended for international application, include LPG, ethylene, LNG and similar hydrocarbons, also ammonia. 1986

90/10 Copper nickel alloy piping for offshore applications - Specification: Fittings TO ORDER

Publication No. 146 ISBN 0 85931 108 2

£80.00

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This specification covers fittings for piping systems based on the use of tube specified in EEMUA Publication 144. Included are wrought butt-welding fittings, wrought socket-welding fittings, capillary brazing fittings, compression fittings, threaded fittings, wrought branch fittings and saddle pieces. 1987

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90/10 Copper nickel alloy piping for offshore applications - Specification: Flanges composite and solid This specification covers bolted flanges for piping systems based on the use of tube specified in EEMUA Publication 144. Included are composite weld neck and slip on flanges, and solid weld neck and slip on flanges. 1987

90/10 Copper nickel alloy piping for offshore applications - Specification: Tubes seamless and welded This specification covers a range of 90/10 copper alloy tube intended primarily for use in cooling and fire-fighting sea water service on offshore platforms. 1987

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Publication No. 145 ISBN 0 85931 103 1

£67.00

TO ORDER

Publication No. 144 ISBN 0 85931 098 1

£67.00

Recommendations for tube end welding: Tubular heat transfer equipment, Part 1 - Ferrous materials This specification covers recommended procedures for the tube end welding of tubes ranging from ½ in (15mm) to 1½ in (40mm) nominal diameter and from 1.6mm to 4.1mm wall thickness to tube plates of 15mm and over, in ferritic and austenitic materials. 1985

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Publication No. 143 ISBN 0 85931 093 0

£39.00

Guide to the use of Noise Procedure Specification This guide is intended to facilitate the use of EEMUA Publication 140. The guide is based on the experience of a number of companies, and although requirements and procedures will vary from plant to plant, the material in this guide should prove helpful in any case where noise limits have to be set. 1985

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Publication No. 141 ISBN 0 85931 083 3

£47.00

Noise Procedure Specification This Third Edition of the specification defines the latest procedures for controlling noise in plant and equipment in accordance with international standards. It indicates the method of specifying maximum acceptable noise levels, describes acceptable methods of test for determining noise emission from equipment and gives a guide to methods of calculation and presentation of data. It does not set noise limits as the acceptable limit for any location will depend on factors relevant to that location. 2013, Third Edition (formerly OCMA Spec. NWG 1 Revision 2)

NEW! TO ORDER

Publication No. 140 ISBN 0 85931 196 0

£54.00

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Publication No. 133 ISBN 0 85931 185 4

£46.00

ENGINEERING, PROCUREMENT, CONSTRUCTION

Specification for underground armoured cable protected against solvent penetration and corrosive attack This specification defines the requirements of the petroleum industry for underground armoured cables for use where protection against solvent penetration or corrosive attack is required. 2011, 2nd edition

Factory stairways, ladders and handrails (including access platforms and ramps) 8th edition due to be published Q4 2013

TO ORDER

Publication No. 105 ISBN 0 85931 154 6

£91.00

TO ORDER

Publication No. 104 ISBN 0 85931 040 X

£24.00

This handbook, first published in 1954 and regularly updated, gives guidance on the design and general construction of factory stairways, ladders, access platforms, ramps and handrails. It includes information on regulations and standards, basic design and design methodology. The guide is intended for use by engineers, architects and those responsible for specifying access installations. Access equipment manufacturers and their subcontractors will also find the guidance useful. 2007, 7th edition

Noise: a guide to information required from equipment vendors A brief introduction to noise, for vendors as well as purchasers, and a guide to the information that users may require. Examples of a Preliminary Noise Enquiry and a detailed Noise Specification are included. 1985

Lifting points - a design guide

NEW! TO ORDER

Publication No. 101

The Second Edition of this EEMUA guide specifies the design, fabrication, preferred types and marking of lifting points on process plant in accordance with European Directive 2006/42/EC on machinery, which came into force in 2006. It defines the rated load for design for each lifting point and recommends the safe working load for associated lifting gear and applications. It is also a valuable guide for lifting and safe handling during the installation, maintenance and dismantling of plant. It covers machinery, sub-assemblies, components and equipment. 2013, 2nd edition

ISBN 0 85931 195 3

£39.00

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Pressure testing of pressure equipment after repair, modifications or re-rating: a guide to the pressure test waiver The Guide has been developed to assist owners and operators of pressure equipment to determine where it may be permissible to waive a hydrostatic pressure test before re-introducing equipment into service and instead to rely on other forms of integrity assurance. This Guide relates to “in-service” situations, such as testing after major modification, significant repair or rerating, rather than new build. This publication has been prepared by EEMUA in consultation with the GB Health and Safety Executive. 2010

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Publication No. 223 ISBN 0 85931 180 9

£83.00

Industrial cooling tower fans and fin fans – a guide for design, maintenance and operation This publication addresses the best design, maintenance and operation of mechanical draught cooling tower fans and fin fans used in air cooled heat exchangers. If fans are neglected until they fail, there is often extensive damage to the housing and danger of pieces of blade being thrown out. As well as causing damage to plant, this type of failure presents an unacceptable risk to the safety of personnel. This publication sets out the appropriate maintenance practices and gives a framework for the maintenance routines, including specific details of what is required. 2009

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Publication No. 215 ISBN 0 85931 163 2

£58.00

Guidance on the specificaton of pressure vessels New edition coming soon The purpose of this Publication is to provide guidance on the design, manufacture and testing of pressure vessels for circumstances not addressed in design codes and specifications. It comprises three Guides: Considerations on the avoidance of repeat post-weld heat treatment; Design for exceptional internal pressure; and Minimum nozzle loadings and nozzle design. 2010

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Publication No. 211 ISBN 0 85931 156 4

£96.00

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Guide to life-cycle management of pressure relief systems

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Publication No. 208 ISBN 0 85931 173 1

£152.00

This publication is the first industry guide to address the primary aspects of pressure relief system management throughout the full life-cycle, from design through construction, commissioning and operation. It aims to fill the gaps in current design guides and provide assistance in interpreting some of the standards, code issues and topics that are known to cause difficulties. The document provides an overview of the management of pressure relief and links the design process with the operation and life-cycle issues which are the concern of plant management. 2010

Guide to the production testing of valves for the energy, process, oil and gas industries TO ORDER

Publication No. 205 ISBN 0 85931 151 1

£65.00

This guide sets out recommended production tests to be applied to the main types of valve used in the energy, process and related industries: ball, plug, gate, butterfly and globe. It is a common assumption that valve test and product standards contain all that is required to ensure adequate performance, but this is not always the case. 2008

Piping and the European Pressure Equipment Directive: Guidance for plant owners/operators TO ORDER

Publication No. 204 ISBN 0 85931 149 X

£62.00

This publication gives guidance to plant owners and operators on the application of the European Pressure Equipment Directive (PED) to piping modifications and maintenance. A number of case studies are described and the publication has colour photographs of a range of piping issues. 2005

Guide to the specification, installation and maintenance of spring supports for piping

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Publication No. 200 ISBN 0 85931 126 0

£50.00

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A problem faced on construction sites and operating plants with certain piping systems, is a lack of specialist knowledge on effective, safe setting and maintenance of piping spring supports, particularly where there is a significant temperature difference between the hot (operating) and cold (shutdown) conditions of the plant. This publication aims to address this problem by providing data on the specification of piping supports, information to be recorded in the pipe support index, installation and commissioning procedures, in-service inspection and maintenance, and dynamic restraints. 2000

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On-line leak sealing of piping - guide to safety considerations Certain types of leak from pressurised piping (including valves) may be effectively contained by on-line sealing methods involving the use of elastomeric compounds. These (essentially temporary) repair methods were originally developed for application to leaking steam and condensate systems. However with additional safety precautions, they may be applied to process piping systems containing flammable, corrosive and/or toxic fluids. The publication gives guidance on the limits of application of the technique, the factors to be considered when evaluating its use, the preparation and execution of the procedure, and the risk assessment required. 2000

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Publication No. 199 ISBN 0 85931 121 X

£30.00

Guide for establishing operating periods of safety valves This guide sets out the issues to be considered in determining and reviewing operating periods for safety valves, including guidance on the periods between consecutive inspections and on setting necessary control procedures. 2009, 2nd edition

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Publication No. 188 ISBN 0 85931 171 6

£67.00

Guide for hot tapping on piping and other equipment Hot tapping, the term used when a branch is connected to a live or ‘hot’ piping system, is potentially hazardous particularly where flammable or toxic fluids are present. This publication offers guidance on how to carry out a safe and successful operation when hot tapping into metallic piping systems containing process fluids or their residues. It covers overall planning of the operation and includes hazard assessment and control, the constraints imposed by the nature, temperature and pressure of the process fluids, welding, testing and cutting (drilling/trepanning). 2011, 2nd edition

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Publication No. 185 ISBN 0 85931 186 1

£87.00

Guide to the isolation of pressure relieving devices Pressure relieving devices generally require more frequent inspection and maintenance than the rest of process plant. By providing isolation, devices can be removed with the plant remaining in operation. However isolation introduces the risk of inadvertent disconnection of a pressurised system from its relieving device; such isolation therefore needs to be rigorously controlled. This publication offers guidance on the design, installation, management and operation of isolation systems, identifying the key points to be considered. 2009, 2nd edition

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Publication No. 184 ISBN 0 85931 170 8

£102.00

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Specification for integral block and bleed valve manifolds for direct connection to pipework

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Publication No. 182 ISBN 0 85931 125 2

£60.00

This specification covers integral block and bleed valve manifolds for direct connection to pipework, used as a replacement for individual block and bleed valves at tapping points in piping systems and also in larger arrangements for equipment and main process isolation. The aim of the specification is to ensure that such installations are fit for purpose and of the required integrity. 2004, 2nd edition

A working guide for carbon steel equipment in wet H2S service

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Publication No. 179 ISBN 0 85931 085 X

£88.00

Developed largely from oil refinery experience, this publication is aimed at providing guidance on minimising the damaging effects of wet H2S (hydrogen sulphide) on process plant, taking account of operating conditions, risk assessment, materials selection, fabrication, inspection (both of new and in-service equipment) and repairs. It comprises recommendations based on practical user experience of working with equipment in wet H2S service, together with relevant advice from reputable sources. This guide is applicable to any process plant handling wet H2S, and should be used in conjunction with User Standards to derive a policy for addressing problems or potential problems in new and existing equipment. 1996

Guide to the UK Pressure Systems Safety Regulations (2000)

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Publication No. 177 ISBN 0 85931 172 4

£50.00

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This publication gives guidance on the interpretation of the Pressure Systems Safety Regulations 2000 relating to the periodic examination of pressure systems and certain associated aspects, and considers in particular Regulations 2, 7, 8, 9 and 10, plus Schedule 2. It does not refer in detail to the other regulations already clearly expounded in the UK Health and Safety Executive (HSE) Approved Code of Practice, Safety of Pressure Systems (ACOP), which is freely available from the HSE. The guide should be used to augment the existing HSE documents where appropriate. The 2009 edition revises and updates the original guide. The principal changes take account of the revised current Regulations, together with important points based upon actual use of the Regulations. Whilst the guide refers throughout to UK regulations and practice, much of the general advice is relevant to practice outside the UK. 2009, 2nd edition

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A guide to the pressure testing of in-service pressurised equipment This publication has been prepared to give advice to, and act as a guide for, all personnel involved with or responsible for carrying out on-site pressure testing of equipment. It applies to all types of industrial pressurised equipment which have begun their service life. Guidance is given on the purpose of pressure testing, including when it is required and what test fluid and test temperature should be used. Practical and safety aspects and the special procedures to be taken are also covered. 2010, 2nd edition

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Publication No. 168 ISBN 0 85931 181 6

£107.00

Seal-less centrifugal pumps: Class 1 This handbook defines the minimum requirements for heavy duty seal-less centrifugal pumps (canned motor, wet winding and magnetic drive styles) for use where safety, reliability and environmental performance are critical. It can be used for both the specification and purchase of all types of seal-less centrifugal pumps. It covers both the basic design and construction of the pumps and also complete pumping installations. 2002

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Publication No. 164 ISBN 0 85931 114 7

£69.00

Liquid ring vacuum pumps and compressors This publication specifies the minimum requirements for general service, including basic design, materials and auxiliary equipment. It is a composite standard covering all the components and ancillaries, piping, instrumentation and controls, inspection and testing, as well as data from vendors. The publication has been written in API format, for use both in Europe and North America. 2002

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Publication No. 151 ISBN 0 85931 133 3

£61.00

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Publication No. 231 ISBN 0 85931 193 9

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The mechanical integrity of plant containing hazardous substances – a guide to periodic examination and testing This publication was developed jointly by EEMUA and the Safety Assessment Federation (SAFed); and in consultation with plant operators, inspection bodies, specialist process industry service providers and the GB HSE (Hazardous Installations Directorate), which has endorsed it. It brings together existing good practice for periodic examination and testing of the mechanical integrity of plant containing hazardous substances. 2012

£18.00

Risk Based Inspection: a guide to effective use of the RBI process

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Publication No. 206 ISBN 0 85931 150 3

£54.00

The risk-based approach to inspection of industrial plant is now an accepted practice. It is possible to determine and monitor consistently the mechanical integrity of industrial plant, or other such engineering assets, by using risk-based methodologies. This guide has been written by industry to enable use of risk-based inspection (RBI) to its best effect. The guide has been developed with assistance from the GB Health & Safety Executive and will help businesses to interpret and use the HSE Report ‘Best Practice for Risk Based Inspection as a Part of Plant Integrity Management’. 2006

Managing competence assurance for personnel undertaking in-service inspection of pressure equipment

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Publication No. 193 ISBN 0 85931 190 8

£132.00

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This publication provides a recommended practice for Inspection Bodies, whose primary responsibility is for pressure equipment in the process, energy and related industries. It presents a structured training, development and competency assessment process for inspection personnel. This revised Second Edition incorporates changes in practice and legislation, since first publication in 1998. The scope of this EEMUA Publication covers in-service inspection of industrial pressure equipment, which is taken to mean all inspections excluding new build and commissioning. 2013, 2nd edition

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A guide to risk-based assessments of in-situ large Ex ‘e’ and Ex ‘N’ machines This guide provides a practical method to undertake a comparative evaluation of the risk of incendive discharges occurring in existing large Ex ‘e’ and Ex ‘N’ high voltage machines in potentially explosive atmospheres. 1995

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Publication No. 181 ISBN 0 85931 100 7

£82.00

Guide to the selection and assessment of silencers and acoustic enclosures This publication is intended as a guide to the selection of silencers which are appropriate for use with various noise sources. It is aimed at the practising engineer with a limited knowledge of acoustics, to assist in the specification of the most suitable silencer for a particular purpose and to assess its operation when it is installed. 1988

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Publication No. 161 ISBN 0 85931 094 9

£47.00

Users’ guide to the inspection, maintenance and repair of above-ground vertical cylindrical steel storage tanks This users’ guide is considered to be the most comprehensive available on storage tank inspection, maintenance and repair. It offers guidance on the inspection and maintenance of tanks built to BS or API standards for the storage of petroleum and chemical feedstocks and products, and refrigerated gases. Key features for planning and executing inspection, maintenance and repair works on above ground vertical cylindrical steel storage tanks are set out. The publication covers the key tank components that require inspection and maintenance, degradation mechanisms and common inspection techniques, together with a description of the probabilistic (risk- and reliability-based) preventative mechanism concept. This latest Third Edition includes details on hydrotesting, repair and re-siting of tanks. 2005, 3rd edition

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Publication No. 159 ISBN 0 85931 131 7

£239.00

Code of Practice for the identification and checking of materials of construction in pressure systems in process plants Primarily aimed to minimise process piping system failures owing to use of incorrect material, this EEMUA Code of Practice covers in-service equipment as well as new equipment. Many of the recommendations also apply to a wide range of equipment that can be so checked, either on site or at manufacturers, stockists or fabricators. 1997

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Publication No. 149 ISBN 0 85931 081 7

£67.00

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Safe and effective operation of storage tanks for oil movements TO ORDER

Publication No. 217 ISBN 0 85931 165 6

£163.00

EEMUA’s objective with this publication is to increase the level of awareness of process safety in oil movements by providing specific guidance for safer operations and practice. The Guide serves as a technical supplement to the existing extensive standards and procedures, and focuses on areas in which higher risks in oil movements exist. 2011

Emission reduction from storage tanks and loading operations

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Publication No. 213 ISBN 0 85931 160 1

£185.00

This publication addresses the prevention and control of emissions of volatile organic compounds (VOCs) from oil and chemical industry storage tanks. It begins by introducing the main theory on minimising emissions by focusing on their source. It then guides tank owners and operators, manufacturers, designers and specifiers to the most suitable tank type for particular feedstocks. It also addresses the treatment of escaping vapours if intended emission levels are not achieved. 2012

Double concrete tanks for liquefied gas: a guide to design, construction and operation

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Publication No. 207

This guide is a world first in defining best practice for double concrete tanks. It should help to reduce project costs and improve quality. The guide will help minimise the risk of mistakes during design, construction and commissioning. It provides a clear basis for calculations for tank designers; the tools for engineering contractors to evaluate quotations; and addresses the quality of testing and examination required by constructors. 2010

ISBN 0 85931 152 6

£1565

Piping and the European Pressure Equipment Directive: guidance for plant owners/operators TO ORDER

Publication No. 204 ISBN 0 85931 149 X

£62

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This publication gives guidance to plant owners and operators on the application of the European Pressure Equipment Directive (PED) to piping modifications and maintenance. A number of case studies are described and the publication is well illustrated with colour photographs of a range of piping issues. 2005

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On-line leak sealing of piping - guide to safety considerations Certain types of leak from pressurised piping (including valves) may be effectively contained by on-line sealing methods involving the use of elastomeric compounds. These (essentially temporary) repair methods were originally developed for application to leaking steam and condensate systems. However with additional safety precautions, they may be applied to process piping systems containing flammable, corrosive and/or toxic fluids. The publication gives guidance on the limits of application of the technique, the factors to be considered when evaluating the feasibility of its use, the preparation and execution of the procedure, and the type of risk assessment required. 2000

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Publication No. 199 ISBN 0 85931 121 X

£30.00

Guide for the design, construction and use of mounded horizontal cylindrical bulk storage vessels for pressurised LPG at ambient temperatures This guide addresses the design, installation, in-service inspection, and maintenance of mounded vessels for pressure storage of Liquefied Petroleum Gas (LPG). Mounded storage is generally safer than other methods of storing LPG, but the vessels, supported as they are on compacted soil foundations, are more liable to be affected by soil settlement than conventionally supported vessels. The guide therefore includes soil investigation and foundation design, in addition to considerations of pressure containment. 2005

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Publication No. 190 ISBN 0 85931 071 X

£120.00

Prevention of tank bottom leakage - a guide for the design and repair of foundations and bottoms of vertical, cylindrical, steel storage tanks Leakage from storage tanks may lead to extensive environmental pollution and be a financial loss to owners. This guide addresses the problem of tank leakage caused by loss of integrity. Such loss is almost always caused by deterioration of the tank bottom, which itself may be caused by corrosion or by deterioration of the foundation. The guidance given herein is therefore aimed exclusively at preserving the integrity of tank bottoms and includes solutions for practical and economic leak detection and management systems. 2011, 2nd edition

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Publication No. 183 ISBN 0 85931 183 0

£158.00

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Frangible roof joints for fixed roof storage tanks: a guide for designers and users

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Publication No. 180 ISBN 0 85931 161 9

£74.00

Under abnormal operating conditions, vertical fixed roof storage tanks may experience rapid increases in vapour pressure which overwhelm venting devices and lead to tank failure. This publication gives guidance to designers and users of such tanks on the practical steps that can be taken in design, operation and maintenance to predispose the roof-to-shell joint to fail in preference to the shell-to-bottom joint, thereby ensuring retention of the tank’s contents. Such relatively weak roof-to-shell joints are known as ‘frangible roof joints’. 2007, 2nd edition

Users’ guide to the inspection, maintenance and repair of above ground vertical cylindrical steel storage tanks

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Publication No. 159 ISBN 0 85931 131 7

£239.00

This users’ guide is considered to be the most comprehensive available on storage tank inspection, maintenance and repair. It offers guidance on the inspection and maintenance of tanks built to BS or API standards for the storage of petroleum and chemical feedstocks and products, and refrigerated gases. Key features for planning and executing inspection, maintenance and repair works on above ground vertical cylindrical steel storage tanks are set out. The publication covers description of the key tank components that require inspection and maintenance, degradation mechanisms and common inspection techniques, together with a description of the probabilistic (risk- and reliability-based) preventative mechanism concept. This latest third edition includes details on hydrotesting, repair and re-siting of tanks. 2005, 3rd edition

Guidance to owners on demolition of vertical cylindrical steel storage tanks and storage spheres

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Publication No. 154 ISBN 0 85931 146 5

£90.00

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The publication covers the demolition of tanks built to BS 2654, API 650, or similar; of refrigerated tanks to BS 7777, API 620, or similar and of (LPG or ammonia) column-supported storage spheres built to recognised pressure vessel codes such as BS PD 5500 and ASME VIII. Reference is also made in the text to UK statutory requirements governing such demolition work. The publication is well illustrated with diagrams and photographs. 2002, 2nd edition

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Recommendations for the design and construction of refrigerated liquefied gas storage tanks New edition coming soon Contains basic recommendations for the design and construction of single, double and full containment tanks for the bulk storage of refrigerated liquefied gases down to -165°C, for both metal and concrete material. Liquids covered by the scope of this publication, which is intended for international application, include LPG, ethylene, LNG and similar hydrocarbons, also ammonia. 1986

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Publication No. 147 ISBN 0 85931 113 9

£83.00

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231 The mechanical integrity of plant containing hazardous substances – a guide to periodic examination and testing,

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226 Design and installation of on-line analyser systems: a guide to technical enquiry and bid evaluation

7

224 A guide to risk based procurement

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223 Pressure testing of pressure equipment after repair, modifications or re-rating: a guide to the pressure test waiver

19

222 Guide to the application of IEC 61511 to safety instrumented systems in the UK process industries

7

218 Quality requirements for the manufacture and supply of duplex stainless steels

11

217 Safe and effective operation of storage tanks for oil movements

26

215 Industrial cooling tower fans and fin fans – a guide for design, maintenance and operation 214 Toolbox Guide - Electrical installation, inspection and maintenance in potentially explosive atmospheres 213 Emission reduction from storage tanks and loading operations 211 Guidance on the specificaton of pressure vessels 208 Guide to life-cycle management of pressure relief systems

11/19 7 26 11/19 20

207 Double concrete tanks for liquefied gas: a guide to design, construction and operation

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206 Risk Based Inspection: a guide to effective use of the RBI process

24

205 Guide to the production testing of valves for the energy, process, oil and gas industries

20

204 Piping and the European Pressure Equipment Directive: Guidance for plant owners/operators

20/26

201 Process plant control desks utilising Human-Computer Interfaces – a guide to design, operational and Human-Computer Interface issues

7

200 Guide to the specification, installation and maintenance of spring supports for piping 199 On-line leak sealing of piping – a guide to safety considerations

20 21/27

197 Specification for the fabrication of non-primary structural steelwork for offshore installations

12

196 Valve purchasers’ guide to the European Pressure Equipment Directive

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194 Guidelines for materials’ selection and corrosion control for subsea oil and gas production equipment

12

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193 Recommendations for the training, development and competency assessment of inspection personnel

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192 Guide for the procurement of valves for low temperature (non-cryogenic) service

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191 Alarm systems – a guide to design, management and procurement 190 Guide for the design, construction and use of mounded horizontal cylindrical bulk storage vessels for pressurised LPG at ambient temperatures

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189 A guide to Fieldbus application for the process industry

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188 Guide for establishing operating periods of safety valves

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187 Analyser systems – a guide to maintenance management

9

186 A Practitioner’s Handbook – Electrical installation, inspection and maintenance in potentially explosive atmospheres 185 Guide for hot tapping on piping and other equipment

9 14/21

184 Guide to the isolation of pressure relieving devices

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183 Prevention of tank bottom leakage – a guide for the design and repair of foundations and bottoms of vertical, cylindrical, steel storage tanks

27

182 Specification for integral block and bleed valve manifolds for direct connection to pipework

22

181 A guide to risk-based assessments of in-situ large Ex ‘e’ and Ex ‘N’ machines

25

180 Frangible roof joints for fixed roof storage tanks: a guide for designers and users

28

179 A working guide for carbon steel equipment in wet H2S service

14/22

178 A design guide for the electrical safety of instruments, instrument/ control panels and control systems

10

177 Guide to the UK Pressure Systems Safety Regulations (2000)

22

176 Specification for structural castings for use offshore

15

175 Code of Practice for calibration and checking process analysers

10

168 A guide to the pressure testing of in-service pressurised equipment

23

164 Seal-less centrifugal pumps: Class 1

23

161 Guide to the selection and assessment of silencers and acoustic enclosures

25

159 Users’ guide to the inspection, maintenance and repair of above-ground vertical cylindrical steel storage tanks

25/28

158 Construction specification for fixed offshore structures in the North Sea

15

155 Standard Test Method for comparative performance of flammable gas detectors against poisoning

10

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154 Guidance to owners on demolition of vertical cylindrical steel storage tanks and storage spheres

15/28

151 Liquid ring vacuum pumps and compressors

23

149 Code of Practice for the identification and checking of materials of construction in pressure systems in process plants

16/25

148 Reliability Specification – Model clauses for inclusion in purchasing specifications for equipment items and packages

16

147 Recommendations for the design and construction of refrigerated liquefied gas storage tanks

16/29

146 90/10 Copper nickel alloy piping for offshore applications – Specification: Fittings

16

145 90/10 Copper nickel alloy piping for offshore applications – Specification: Flanges composite and solid

17

144 90/10 Copper nickel alloy piping for offshore applications – Specification: Tubes seamless and welded

17

143 Recommendations for tube end welding: Tubular heat transfer equipment, Part 1 – Ferrous materials

17

141 Guide to the use of Noise Procedure Specification

17

140 Noise Procedure Specification

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138 Design and installation of on-line analyser systems

10

133 Specification for underground armoured cable protected against solvent penetration and corrosive attack

18

105 Factory stairways, ladders and handrails (including access platforms and ramps)

18

104 Noise: a guide to information required from equipment vendors

18

101 Lifting points - a design guide

18

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Courses are available in English, Dutch and French The TankIntro™ course provides an overview of above ground steel storage tanks and the risks they pose. Attendees will gain an appreciation of the need for tank integrity assessment, why it is done, and what is involved, without going into detailed calculations. TankIntro™ is recommended for all levels of employees including technicians, managers and graduate or other engineers who are just starting to work with tanks. The TankAssessor™ course describes many key features of tank design and common in-service problems. It also identifies actions to avoid or remedy operational problems. TankAssessor™ is suitable for qualified engineers and operational personnel with several years’ relevant experience, and who want to better understand, or become certified as competent, in assessing the integrity of storage tanks. A refresher course is available for those who require re-certification. The TankStrategies™ course deals with the theory of Probabilistic Preventive Maintenance (PPM), which is based on the Risk-Based Inspection (RBI) and Reliability-Centred Maintenance (RCM) methodologies, and their implementation for storage tanks. TankStrategies™ is for maintenance engineers, managers, inspection and other personnel who want to better understand, or gain certification, in assessing the integrity of tank storage facilities, and be able to calculate and make operational recommendations throughout tank life.

Visit: www.eemua.org and go to Competency & Training/Storage tanks for details.

Email: [email protected] or call: +44 (0)20 7488 0801

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