1074 In a layered blanket system joints are tight and overlapped where

1074 in a layered blanket system joints are tight and

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10.7.4 In a layered blanket system, joints are tight and overlapped where specified. 10.7.5 Prior to coatings application, the shell surface preparation is in compliance with the coating manufacturer’s installation specification.
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Refractory Lining and Burner Brick Requirements API 560 Revision Date: May 3, 2011 24 10.7.6 Prior to coating’s application, anchors and anchor threads are protected from overspray. 10.7.7 Blankets shall not be stretched. 10.7.8 Blankets butt joints shall have specified compression. 10.7.9 Hot face blanket layers shall be installed in lengths no less than 4 feet, and no greater than 12 feet. 10.7.10 In board/blanket systems, the hot face board shall fit loosely against the blanket and not place the board in a bind. 10.7.11 Anchor retaining washers are installed, locked, and protected per specification. 10.7.12 Hot face layers of board shall be constructed with tight butt joints. 10.7.13 Special geometries require additional attention to anchor layout. This includes corners, burner blocks, view ports, penetrations through the lining, and terminations with other refractory systems. 10.7.14 The anchor or stud pattern layout should account for the hot face layer anchor requirements. 10.7.15 Modules are tightly installed per specification before the banding is removed. 10.7.16 Modules are tamped per manufacturer’s specification. 10.7.17 Module batten strips are cut, folded, and compressed properly. 10.7.18 Module orientation is correct (parquet versus soldier course). 10.7.19 Cements and rigidizers used with RCF and AES are approved per the work specification. 10.7.20 There shall be no gaps in joints between modules in any directions. 10.7.21 Small and irregular openings are filled. 10.8 Monolithic Refractory Inspection and Testing shall conform to API 936. 11.0 Responsibilities 11.1 Owner/Fabricator 11.1.1 The Owner/Fabricator shall prepare a detailed specification. The specification shall include the following design details. 11.1.1.1 Lining products, thickness, method of application, and extent of coverage. 11.1.1.2 Anchor materials, geometry, layout and weld details 11.1.1.3 Curing and dryout procedures, including constraints on dryout heating (e.g. design temperature limits and/or maximum differential temperatures that shall be maintained to avoid damaging the unit and/or components). 11.1.2 The Owner/Fabricator shall provide quality requirements covering the following. 11.1.2.1 Physical property requirements to be used for qualification and installation quality control by specific product, installation method and location where the product will be utilized. 11.1.2.2 Sampling frequency 11.1.2.3 Required lining thickness tolerances. 11.1.2.4 Criteria for hammer testing and the extent of cracking and surface voids permitted.
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Refractory Lining and Burner Brick Requirements API 560 Revision Date: May 3, 2011 25 11.1.3 The Owner/Fabricator shall approve the engineering drawings, execution plan and dryout procedure prior to any installation activity.
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