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SECTION TABLE OF CONTENTS
DIVISION 33 - UTILITIES
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PART 1
GENERAL
1.1
REFERENCES
1.2
SUBMITTALS
1.3
PREPRODUCTION TESTING
1.3.1
Inspection and Testing
1.3.2
Deviations from EI 1581
1.3.3
Data Required Prior to Tests
1.3.4
Submittal of Test Documents
1.3.5
Required Preproduction Tests
1.4
DESIGN CONDITIONS
1.5
WORKMANSHIP
1.6
CLEANING
PART 2
PRODUCTS
2.1
WELDING
2.2
MATERIALS AND EQUIPMENT
2.2.1
Housing
2.3
FILTER SEPARATOR CONSTRUCTION
2.3.1
Housing Vessel
2.3.2
Legs
2.3.3
Inlet and Outlet Connections
2.3.4
Manual Drain Valve
2.3.5
Sight Gauge
2.3.6
Differential Pressure Gauge
2.3.7
Automatic Air Eliminator and Pressure Relief Valves
2.3.8
Sampling Connections
2.3.9
Spider Assembly
2.3.10
Coalescer and Separator Cartridges
2.3.11
Control Valve Accessories
2.3.11.1
Float Control Pilot and Tester
2.3.12
Identification of Product
2.3.13
Assembly
2.4
MICRONIC PRE-FILTER CONSTRUCTION
2.4.1
Product Submittals
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2.4.2
Housing Vessel
2.4.3
Legs
2.4.4
Inlet and Outlet Connections
2.4.5
Manual Drain Valve
2.4.6
Sight Gauge
2.4.7
Differential Pressure Gauge
2.4.8
Automatic Air Eliminator and Pressure Relief Valves
2.4.9
Sampling Connections
2.4.10
Spider Assembly
2.4.11
Filter Cartridges
2.4.12
Identification of Product
2.4.13
Assembly
2.5
ACCESSORIES
2.5.1
Manual Drain Valve
2.5.2
Sight Gauge
2.5.3
Differential Pressure Gauge
2.5.4
Automatic Air Eliminator and Pressure Relief Valves
2.5.5
Sampling Connections
PART 3
EXECUTION
3.1
INSTALLATION
3.1.1
Anchoring
3.1.2
Grouting
3.1.3
Leveling and Aligning
3.1.4
Painting
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NOTE: This guide specification covers the
requirements for filter separators and fuel quality
monitors used in aircraft refueling systems
constructed to the requirements of the DoD Type
III/IV/V, and Cut'n Cover Hydrant Refueling System
Standards.
Adhere to UFC 1-300-02 Unified Facilities Guide
Specifications (UFGS) Format Standard when editing
this guide specification or preparing new project
specification sections. Edit this guide
specification for project specific requirements by
adding, deleting, or revising text. For bracketed
items, choose applicable items(s) or insert
appropriate information.
Remove information and requirements not required in
respective project, whether or not brackets are
present.
Comments, suggestions and recommended changes for
this guide specification are welcome and should be
submitted as a Criteria Change Request (CCR).
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PART 1
GENERAL
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NOTE: DoD Type III systems shall conform to
Standard Design 078-24-28 PRESSURIZED HYDRANT
FUELING SYSTEM (TYPE III). DoD Type IV/V systems
shall conform to Standard Design 078-24-29 AIRCRAFT
DIRECT FUELING SYSTEM (TYPE IV) DESIGN.
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1.1
REFERENCES
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NOTE: This paragraph is used to list the
publications cited in the text of the guide
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specification. The publications are referred to in
the text by basic designation only and listed in
this paragraph by organization, designation, date,
and title.
Use the Reference Wizard's Check Reference feature
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The publications listed below form a part of this specification to the
extent referenced. The publications are referred to in the text by basic
designation only.
ASME INTERNATIONAL (ASME)
ASME B16.5
(2013) Pipe Flanges and Flanged Fittings:
NPS 1/2 Through NPS 24 Metric/Inch Standard
ASME B31.3
(2014) Process Piping
ASME BPVC SEC VIII D1
(2010) BPVC Section VIII-Rules for
Construction of Pressure Vessels Division 1
ASTM INTERNATIONAL (ASTM)
ASTM C827/C827M
(2010) Change in Height at Early Ages of
Cylindrical Specimens from Cementitious
Mixtures
ENERGY INSTITUTE (EI)
EI 1581
(2011) Specifications and Qualification
Procedures for Aviation Jet Fuel
Filter/Separators
SOCIETY OF AUTOMOTIVE ENGINEERS INTERNATIONAL (SAE)
SAE AMS-P-5315
(2013, Rev B) Butadiene - Acrylonitrile
(NBR) Rubber For Fuel-Resistant Seals 60
To 70
U.S. DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE (DOD)
MIL-HDBK-831
(2013; Rev A) Preparation of Test Reports
MIL-PRF-4556
(1998; Rev F; Am 1 1999; CANC Notice 1
2011) Coating Kit, Epoxy, for Interior of
Steel Fuel Tanks
MIL-STD-130
(2007; Rev N; Change 1 2012)
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Identification Marking of U.S. Military
Property
U.S. GENERAL SERVICES ADMINISTRATION (GSA)
CID A-A-1923
1.2
(Rev A; Notice 2) Shield, Expansion (Lag,
Machine and Externally Threaded Wedge Bolt
Anchors)
SUBMITTALS
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NOTE: Review submittal description (SD) definitions
in Section 01 33 00 SUBMITTAL PROCEDURES and edit
the following list to reflect only the submittals
required for the project.
The Guide Specification technical editors have
designated those items that require Government
approval, due to their complexity or criticality,
with a "G." Generally, other submittal items can be
reviewed by the Contractor's Quality Control
System. Only add a “G” to an item, if the submittal
is sufficiently important or complex in context of
the project.
For submittals requiring Government approval on Army
projects, a code of up to three characters within
the submittal tags may be used following the "G"
designation to indicate the approving authority.
Codes for Army projects using the Resident
Management System (RMS) are: "AE" for
Architect-Engineer; "DO" for District Office
(Engineering Division or other organization in the
District Office); "AO" for Area Office; "RO" for
Resident Office; and "PO" for Project Office. Codes
following the "G" typically are not used for Navy,
Air Force, and NASA projects.
An "S" following a submittal item indicates that the
submittal is required for the Sustainability
Notebook to fulfill federally mandated sustainable
requirements in accordance with Section 01 33 29
SUSTAINABILITY REPORTING.
Choose the first bracketed item for Navy, Air Force
and NASA projects, or choose the second bracketed
item for Army projects.
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Government approval is required for submittals with a "G" designation;
submittals not having a "G" designation are for [Contractor Quality Control
approval.] [information only. When used, a designation following the "G"
designation identifies the office that will review the submittal for the
Government.] Submittals with an "S" are for inclusion in the
Sustainability Notebook, in conformance to Section 01 33 29 SUSTAINABILITY
REPORTING. Submit the following in accordance with Section 01 33 00
SUBMITTAL PROCEDURES:
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1.3.3
Data Required Prior to Tests
Submit installation data to enable Government representative to verify
that the equipment has been installed and operated correctly. Submit
certification from the manufacturer that the test vessel has passed a
hydrostatic pressure test, and that the design conforms to EI 1581,
Category [M] [M100], Type S. Submit two sets of assembly drawings of the
test vessel and accessories for approval.
1.3.4
Submittal of Test Documents
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NOTE: Contact NAVFACENGCOM or COE for direction on
selection. For NAVFACENGCOM Projects, the designer
must consult with the engineer in charge (EIC) to
determine the review input of the appropriate
service. For COE projects, coordinate with
appropriate service to determine which service
agency will review test documents and ensure that
mou and submittal register contain these
requirements.
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The test report shall be submitted to the Command Fuel Facilities Engineer
or [Det 3, WR-ALC/AFTH][NAVAIR/NAFAC] [Army Petroleum Center] for
Government approval. Prepare report in accordance with MIL-HDBK-831. In
addition to results, the report shall contain complete records of the tests
including data sheets, performance curves, chronological test records,
photographs, sample calculations, test procedures, and a description of the
test apparatus. Submit color photographs of the sample elements before and
after tests. Submit one new coalescer element and one new separator
element.
1.3.5
Required Preproduction Tests
a.
Examination. A visual examination of the filter separator housing and
each element shall be performed to ensure compliance with the drawings
and verify workmanship requirements.
b.
Hydrostatic Pressure Tests. The filter separator shall be subjected to
a hydrostatic pressure test in accordance with EI 1581, Section
3.2.2.11.1.
c.
Full Scale Performance Test. EI 1581 The filter/separator with a full
set of coalescer and separator elements shall be tested in accordance
with EI 1581 section 4.4 at [38] [_____] L/s [600] [_____] gpm (FSI-1
through FSI-[_____] ; [FSR-1 and FSR-2]) [and[75] [_____] L/s [1200]
[_____] gpm (FSR-1 and FSR-2)].
d.
Coalescer Structural Test. A coalescer structural test shall be
conducted in accordance with EI 1581 Section 4.5.
e.
Disassembly Inspection. Upon completion of the tests specified above,
the filter separator shall be disassembled and inspected to determine
the condition of the coalescer and separator elements. Defects in the
element such as swelling of the elements, or damaged gaskets shall be
noted. Swelling of or damage to the elements or other parts shall be
cause for rejection.
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1.3.3
Data Required Prior to Tests
Submit installation data to enable Government representative to verify
that the equipment has been installed and operated correctly. Submit
certification from the manufacturer that the test vessel has passed a
hydrostatic pressure test, and that the design conforms to EI 1581,
Category [M] [M100], Type S. Submit two sets of assembly drawings of the
test vessel and accessories for approval.
1.3.4
Submittal of Test Documents
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NOTE: Contact NAVFACENGCOM or COE for direction on
selection. For NAVFACENGCOM Projects, the designer
must consult with the engineer in charge (EIC) to
determine the review input of the appropriate
service. For COE projects, coordinate with
appropriate service to determine which service
agency will review test documents and ensure that
mou and submittal register contain these
requirements.
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The test report shall be submitted to the Command Fuel Facilities Engineer
or [Det 3, WR-ALC/AFTH][NAVAIR/NAFAC] [Army Petroleum Center] for
Government approval. Prepare report in accordance with MIL-HDBK-831. In
addition to results, the report shall contain complete records of the tests
including data sheets, performance curves, chronological test records,
photographs, sample calculations, test procedures, and a description of the
test apparatus. Submit color photographs of the sample elements before and
after tests. Submit one new coalescer element and one new separator
element.
1.3.5
Required Preproduction Tests
a.
Examination. A visual examination of the filter separator housing and
each element shall be performed to ensure compliance with the drawings
and verify workmanship requirements.
b.
Hydrostatic Pressure Tests. The filter separator shall be subjected to
a hydrostatic pressure test in accordance with EI 1581, Section
3.2.2.11.1.
c.
Full Scale Performance Test. EI 1581 The filter/separator with a full
set of coalescer and separator elements shall be tested in accordance
with EI 1581 section 4.4 at [38] [_____] L/s [600] [_____] gpm (FSI-1
through FSI-[_____] ; [FSR-1 and FSR-2]) [and[75] [_____] L/s [1200]
[_____] gpm (FSR-1 and FSR-2)].
d.
Coalescer Structural Test. A coalescer structural test shall be
conducted in accordance with EI 1581 Section 4.5.
e.
Disassembly Inspection. Upon completion of the tests specified above,
the filter separator shall be disassembled and inspected to determine
the condition of the coalescer and separator elements. Defects in the
element such as swelling of the elements, or damaged gaskets shall be
noted. Swelling of or damage to the elements or other parts shall be
cause for rejection.
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1.4
DESIGN CONDITIONS
Design conditions shall be as specified in Section 33 52 43.11 AVIATION
FUEL MECHANICAL EQUIPMENT and as modified herein.
1.5
WORKMANSHIP
Each filter separator, including all parts and accessories, shall be free
from blemishes, defects, burrs and sharp edges. The vessel shall exhibit
accuracy of dimensions, accurate radii of fillets and complete marking of
parts and assemblies.
1.6
CLEANING
Components of the filter separators shall be cleaned to remove dirt; excess
soldering; brazing, and welding flux; welding slag; loose, spattered, or
excess solder; metal chips; and other foreign materials before, during and
after assembly.
PART 2
2.1
PRODUCTS
WELDING
Welding shall be in accordance with ASME B31.3.
2.2
2.2.1
MATERIALS AND EQUIPMENT
Housing
a.
[Carbon steel with internal epoxy coating][3003 or 6061 aluminum
alloy][Type 304 or 316 stainless steel].
b.
Float Assembly.
c.
Manual Drain Valve.
d.
Sight Glass. Armored clear Pyrex with nickel-copper alloy
ball checks.
e.
Differential Gauge.
steel valves.
f.
Separators. 75 um 200 mesh stainless steel wire cloth,
polytetrafluorethylene (PTFE) coated on both sides, or synthetic mesh
cloth.
2.3
Stainless steel.
Stainless steel.
Corrosion resistant piston with stainless
FILTER SEPARATOR CONSTRUCTION
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NOTE: As required by the Command Fuels Facility
Engineer or service headquarters. Coated carbon
steel shall not be used for filter separator vessels
on Navy/Marine Corps projects. Specify internally
coated carbon steel vessel construction for Air
Force projects.
Indicate the operating height of the unit on the
drawings. Note that the unit's support system
(legs) may have to be structurally designed to meet
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2.3.1
Housing Vessel
Each filter separator housing shall be fabricated from [carbon steel and
shall be internally coated with an epoxy coating in accord with MIL-PRF-4556
][3003 or 6061 aluminum alloy][Type 304 or 316 stainless steel].[ Coat the
exterior with alkalyd resin primer (universal metal primer).] Each unit
shall be constructed and labeled in accordance with ASME BPVC SEC VIII D1.
The housing shall be designed for a working pressure of 1725 kPa275 psig.
Each unit shall be [horizontal, end-opening type with coalescers and
separators mounted side-by-side (coalescers at the bottom of the vessel and
separators at the top)][vertical, top-opening type with coalescers and
separators mounted side-by-side (coalescers at the inlet of the vessel and
separators at the outlet)]. The head opening shall be equipped with a
hinged or pivoting device to facilitate swinging the head to one side for
servicing. The hinges or pivots shall support the head during servicing
without distortion or misalignment. Swing-type bolts shall be used on all
main closures. Unit shall be provided with 75 mm3-inch inside diameter
lifting eyes spaced to support a weight of 2-1/2 times the gross weight of
the filter separator. The configuration of the pressure vessel shall be as
shown on the drawings. The housing shall be provided with a 19 mm 3/4-inch
inlet compartment fuel drain plug. A hand hole access plate shall be
provided in the inlet compartment. The head shall be sealed to the body by
means of an O-ring, meeting requirements of SAE AMS-P-5315, mounted in a
circular groove at the point of closure. Threaded base mounting adapters
shall be provided for the coalescers. The separators shall be mounted on
adapters with blunted Vee-type knife edges. Height of Vee section to be
1.5 mm0.06 inches, plus or minus 10 percent. Weld ridges shall not prevent
liquid from draining. The filter separator vessel shall be able to
withstand a force of 10 kN 2400 pounds and a moment of 3250 J 2400
foot-pounds at the flanges.
2.3.2
Legs
Four 75 x 75 x 6 mm 3 x 3 x 1/4 inch angle-shaped legs shall be welded to
the housing. Each leg shall be fitted with a 100 x 100 x 13 mm 4 x 4 x
1/2-inch base plate drilled through with a 19 mm 3/4-inch hole.
2.3.3
Inlet and Outlet Connections
The inlet and outlet connections shall be 150 mm 6 inch nominal pipe size
and shall be located parallel to each other as shown on the drawings.
Inlet connection shall be provided with raised face flanges, faced and
drilled in compliance with ASME B16.5, Class 150. Outlet connection flange
face shall match Filter Separator Control Valve (FSCV).
2.3.4
Manual Drain Valve
As specified in paragraph ACCESSORIES.
2.3.5
Sight Gauge
As specified in paragraph ACCESSORIES.
2.3.6
Differential Pressure Gauge
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NOTE: Coordinate selection of this feature with the
Command Fuel Facilities Engineer.
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As specified in paragraph ACCESSORIES.
2.3.7
Automatic Air Eliminator and Pressure Relief Valves
As specified in paragraph ACCESSORIES.
2.3.8
Sampling Connections
As specified in paragraph ACCESSORIES.
2.3.9
Spider Assembly
Each filter separator shall contain a spider assembly to hold the
coalescers and separators in position, to support them firmly against
vibration. The method of stabilization shall assure an electrical bond
between the spider and the vessel.
2.3.10
Coalescer and Separator Cartridges
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NOTE: The Designer indicates appropriate
identification (FSR or FSI). Filter separators
shall be flow-rated in 19 L/s 300 gpm increments.
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Each filter separator shall be provided with coalescers and separators that
have been qualified to the performance requirements of EI 1581, Category
[M] [M100], Type S. Filter separators shall use coalescers 150 mm 6-inch
in diameter and 1090 mm 43-inch long for a flow-rate of[ 19 L/s 300 gpm] [
38 L/s 600 gpm] [ 57 L/s 900 gpm] [_____].
2.3.11
Control Valve Accessories
Provide each filter separator with a control valve (FSCV), manual water
drain valve, and float control valve (FC) with manual tester as specified
in Section33 52 43.14 AVIATION FUEL CONTROL VALVES and shall be of the same
manufacturer.
2.3.11.1
Float Control Pilot and Tester
Each housing sump shall be fitted with a float control pilot and tester
specified in Section 33 52 43.14 AVIATION FUEL CONTROL VALVES and shall be
of the same manufacturer as the control valves. The drain port "D" shall
be tubed to the drain piping to the product recovery tank.
2.3.12
Identification of Product
Equipment, assemblies, and parts shall be marked for identification in
accordance with MIL-STD-130. The main equipment nameplate shall be mounted
on the housing, and in addition to the usual MIL-STD-130 requirements,
shall include the following markings in letters 0.09 mm 3/32 inch high or
larger:
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Filter Separator, Liquid Fuel
Design Flow-Rate
Design Pressure
Elements
First Stage
Mfg. Part No. *
Second Stage
Mfg. Part No. *
Contract No. *
Manufacturer *
Specification*
*Applicable information shall be entered by the Contractor.
*Applicable information shall be stenciled by LFM personnel.
2.3.13
Assembly
Each filter separator shall come assembled with all accessories and shall
be ready for use. The functions of all components shall be tested prior to
shipment and no assembly or field adjustment of valves or components shall
be required.
2.4
MICRONIC PRE-FILTER CONSTRUCTION
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NOTE: As required by the Command Fuels Facility
Engineer or Service Headquarters.
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2.4.1
Product Submittals
a.
If product has been previously tested and approved by the Government,
submit certification of qualification under EI 1581, Category [M]
[M100], Type S (Filter Separator). Include the description of
qualification, which contains element types and quantities, and provide
details of the configurations of vessels tested. Also, include the
name of the Government Agency and the date of approval.
b.
Submit scaled drawings showing dimensions, tolerances, connection sizes
of the vessel and accessories. Submit shop drawings for elements.
Shop drawings shall include number and arrangement of elements. Submit
technical literature on the vessel, elements, and accessories, which is
the manufacturer's published literature.
c.
Refer to Section 01 78 23.33 OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE MANUALS FOR
AVIATION FUEL SYSTEMS for specifics on the required operation and
maintenance information.
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2.4.2
Housing Vessel
Each pre-filter housing shall be fabricated from carbon steel and shall be
internally coated with an epoxy coating in accord with MIL-PRF-4556. Coat
the exterior with alkalyd resin primer (universal metal primer). Each unit
shall be constructed and labeled in accordance with ASME BPVC SEC VIII D1.
The housing shall be designed for a working pressure of 1725 kPa 275 psig.
Each unit shall be horizontal, end-opening type with filters mounted
side-by-side. The head opening shall be equipped with a hinged or pivoting
device to facilitate swinging the head to one side for servicing. The
hinges or pivots shall support the head during servicing without distortion
or misalignment. Swing-type bolts shall be used on all main closures.
Unit shall be provided with 75 mm 3-inch inside diameter lifting eyes
spaced to support a weight of 2-1/2 times the gross weight of the filter
separator. The configuration of the pressure vessel shall be as shown on
the drawings. The housing shall be provided with a 19 mm 3/4-inch inlet
compartment fuel drain plug. A hand hole access plate shall be provided in
the inlet compartment. The head shall be sealed to the body by means of an
O-ring, meeting requirements of SAE AMS-P-5315, mounted in a circular
groove at the point of closure. The filter cartridges shall be mounted on
adapters with blunted Vee-type knife edges. Height of Vee section to be
1.5 mm 0.06 inches, plus or minus 10 percent.
2.4.3
Legs
Four 75 x 75 x 6 mm 3 x 3 x 1/4 inch angle-shaped legs shall be welded to
the housing. Each leg shall be fitted with a 100 x 100 x 13 mm 4 x 4 x
1/2-inch base plate drilled through with a 19 mm 3/4-inch hole.
2.4.4
Inlet and Outlet Connections
The inlet and outlet connections shall be 200 mm 8 inch nominal pipe size
and shall be located parallel to each other as shown on the drawings.
Connections shall be provided with raised face flanges, faced and drilled
in compliance with ASME B16.5, Class 150.
2.4.5
Manual Drain Valve
As specified in paragraph ACCESSORIES.
2.4.6
Sight Gauge
As specified in paragraph ACCESSORIES.
2.4.7
Differential Pressure Gauge
As specified in paragraph ACCESSORIES.
2.4.8
Automatic Air Eliminator and Pressure Relief Valves
As specified in paragraph ACCESSORIES.
2.4.9
Sampling Connections
As specified in paragraph ACCESSORIES.
2.4.10
Spider Assembly
The prefilter shall contain a spider assembly to hold the filter cartridges
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in position, to support them firmly against vibration. The method of
stabilization shall assure an electrical bond between the spider and the
vessel.
2.4.11
Filter Cartridges
The prefilter shall be provided with 5 um5 micron pleated media filter
cartridges. Filter cartridges shall have a minimum efficiency of 98 percent
and a minimum collapse strength 520 kPa 75 psig.
2.4.12
Identification of Product
Equipment, assemblies, and parts shall be marked for identification in
accordance with MIL-STD-130. The main equipment nameplate shall be mounted
on the housing, and in addition to the usual MIL-STD-130 requirements,
shall include the following markings in letters 2 mm 3/32 inch high or
larger:
Micronic Prefilter, Liquid Fuel
Design Flow-Rate
Design Pressure
Elements
First Stage
Mfg. Part No. *
Second Stage
Mfg. Part No. *
Contract No. *
Manufacturer *
Specification*
*Applicable information shall be entered by the Contractor.
*Applicable information shall be stenciled by LFM personnel.
2.4.13
Assembly
The prefilter shall come assembled with all accessories and shall be ready
for use. The functions of all components shall be tested prior to shipment
and no assembly or field adjustment of valves or components shall be
required.
2.5
2.5.1
ACCESSORIES
Manual Drain Valve
Each filter separator shall be equipped with a 25 mm 1-inch stainless steel
manual ball valve water and fuel drain. The valve shall be capable of
draining all water, fuel and sediment from the filter separator by
gravity. The valve shall be installed below the sump of the housing as
shown on the drawings.
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SECTION TABLE OF CONTENTS
DIVISION 33 - UTILITIES
SECTION 33 52 43.28
FILTER SEPARATOR, AVIATION FUELING SYSTEM
11/10
PART 1
GENERAL
1.1
REFERENCES
1.2
SUBMITTALS
1.3
PREPRODUCTION TESTING
1.3.1
Inspection and Testing
1.3.2
Deviations from EI 1581
1.3.3
Data Required Prior to Tests
1.3.4
Submittal of Test Documents
1.3.5
Required Preproduction Tests
1.4
DESIGN CONDITIONS
1.5
WORKMANSHIP
1.6
CLEANING
PART 2
PRODUCTS
2.1
WELDING
2.2
MATERIALS AND EQUIPMENT
2.2.1
Housing
2.3
FILTER SEPARATOR CONSTRUCTION
2.3.1
Housing Vessel
2.3.2
Legs
2.3.3
Inlet and Outlet Connections
2.3.4
Manual Drain Valve
2.3.5
Sight Gauge
2.3.6
Differential Pressure Gauge
2.3.7
Automatic Air Eliminator and Pressure Relief Valves
2.3.8
Sampling Connections
2.3.9
Spider Assembly
2.3.10
Coalescer and Separator Cartridges
2.3.11
Control Valve Accessories
2.3.11.1
Float Control Pilot and Tester
2.3.12
Identification of Product
2.3.13
Assembly
2.4
MICRONIC PRE-FILTER CONSTRUCTION
2.4.1
Product Submittals
SECTION 33 52 43.28
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2.5.5
Sampling Connections
Sampling connections shall be provided at the inlet and outlet connections
to the housing. Each sampling connection shall consist of a 6 mm 1/4-inch
sampling probe where the probe faces upstream, ball valve, a quick
disconnect coupling and aluminum dust cap. The sampling connections shall
be capable of accepting a sampling kit for drawing the samples required to
assure fuel quality.
PART 3
3.1
EXECUTION
INSTALLATION
Install equipment and components in position, true to line, level and plumb
and measured from established benchmarks or reference points. Follow
manufacturer's recommended practices for equipment installation. Provide
required clearance between equipment components. Equipment apparatus, and
accessories requiring normal servicing or maintenance to be accessible.
3.1.1
Anchoring
Anchor equipment in place. Check alignment of anchor bolts before
installing equipment and cleanout associated sleeves. Do not cut bolts
because of misalignment. Notify Contracting Officer of errors and obtain
the Contracting Officer's acceptance before proceeding with corrections.
Cut anchor bolts of excess length to the appropriate length without damage
to threads. Where anchor bolts or like devices have not been installed,
provide appropriate self-drilling type anchors for construction condition.
Expansion bolt anchors provided shall be in accordance with CID A-A-1923,
Type 4, Class One, 13 mm 1/2 inch size.
3.1.2
Grouting
Equipment, which is anchored to a pad, shall be grouted in place where
applicable. Before setting equipment in place and before placing grout,
clean surfaces to be in contact with grout, including fasteners and
sleeves. Remove standing water, debris, oil, rust, coatings and other
materials which impair bond. Clean contaminated concrete by grinding or
other acceptable means. Provide necessary formwork for placing and
retaining grout. Grout to be nonmetallic, nonshrink, fluid precision grout
of a hydraulic cementitious system with graded and processed silica
aggregate, Portland cement, shrinkage compensating agents, plasticizing and
water reducing agents; free of aluminum power agents, oxidizing agents and
inorganic accelerators, including chlorides; proportioned, premixed and
packaged at factory with only the addition of water required at the project
site. Grouting to meeting requirements of ASTM C827/C827M. Perform
grouting in accord with ACI, equipment manufacturer's, and grout
manufacturer's published specifications and recommendations.
3.1.3
Leveling and Aligning
Level and align equipment in accordance with respective manufacturer's
published data. Do not use anchor bolts, jack-nuts or wedges to support,
level or align equipment. Install only flat shims for leveling equipment.
Place shims to fully support equipment. Wedging is not permitted. Shims
to be fabricated flat carbon steel units of surface configuration and area
not less than equipment bearing surface. Shims to provide for full
equipment support. Shims to have smooth surfaces and edges, free from
burrs and slivers. Flame or electrode cut edges not acceptable.
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3.1.4
Painting
Equipment painting shall be as specified in Section 33 52 43.13 AVIATION
FUEL PIPING. Equipment labeling shall be as specified in Section 33 52 43.11
AVIATION FUEL MECHANICAL EQUIPMENT.
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