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Fiberglass Tank and Vessel Specification [Technical Revision]
standard by Process Industry Practices, 12/01/2019

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This Practice describes the general provides requirements for the design, materials, fabrication, examination, inspection, testing, certification (ASME stamp and Supplier’s Data Report), and pressure relief of aboveground fiberglass reinforced polyester, vinyl ester, and epoxy tanks and vessels having internal or external pressure from full vacuum up to the limits of Code Section X. This Practice covers shop- and field-fabricated equipment, thermoplastic-lined equipment, and dual laminate equipment.

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12/01/2019
Number of Pages:
41
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1 file , 550 KB
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Fiberglass Tank and Vessel Selection, Design and Fabrication Specification ASME RTP-1 and Section X [Complete Revision]
standard by Process Industry Practices, 06/01/2011

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This Practice provides requirements for the construction of fiberglass vessels and tanks in accordance with ASME Boiler and Pressure Vessel Code Section X “Fiber-Reinforced Plastic Pressure Vessels” or ASME/ANSI RTP-1 “Reinforced Thermoset Plastic (RTP) Corrosion Resistant Equipment.”

This Practice describes the general requirements for the design, materials, fabrication, examination, inspection, testing, certification (ASME stamp and Supplier’s Data Report), and pressure relief of aboveground fiberglass reinforced polyester, vinyl ester, and epoxy tanks and vessels having internal or external pressure from full vacuum up to the limits of Code Section X. This Practice covers shop- and field-fabricated equipment, thermoplastic-lined equipment, and dual laminate equipment.

This Practice does not cover the following equipment items that are excluded from both ASME/ANSI RTP-1 and Code Section X:
a. Portable or movable containers
b. Hoods, ducts, and stacks
c. Fans and blowers
d. Vessel internals such as entrainment separators, chevron blades, packing support plates, and liquid distributor plates
e. Pipe or piping
f. Fully buried underground closed vessels

This Practice does not cover the following equipment items that are excluded from Code Section X:
a. Vessels having an inside diameter (ID), width, height, or cross-section diagonal of 6 inches (150 mm) or less, with no limitation on length or pressure. The 6-inch (150 mm) dimension excludes (150 mm) the thickness of any corrosion liner.
b. Vessels containing lethal substances as designated by the owner in accordance with Code Section X Paragraph RG-113.

This Practice does not cover the following equipment items that are excluded from ASME/ANSI RTP-1:
a. Vessels constructed of furan, epoxy, or phenolic resins
b. Vessels with non-glass structural reinforcements
c. Vessels having metallic liners

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Published:
06/01/2011
Number of Pages:
43
File Size:
1 file , 730 KB
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Fiberglass Tank and Vessel Selection, Design and Fabrication Specification ASME RTP-1 and Section X [Technical Revision]
standard by Process Industry Practices, 03/01/2007

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This Practice describes the general materials selection, design, fabrication, testing, inspection, and documentation requirements for fiberglass vessels and tanks to be constructed in accordance with ASME Boiler and Pressure Vessel Code Section or ASME/ANSI RTP-1. Fabrication shall be by ASME-accredited manufacturers. When the type of fiberglass fabrication is not covered by Section X or RTP-1, the Purchaser should use this Practice for guidance. In addition, Sections 5 and 11 provide guidance for the User or Designer in developing procurement specifications and installation practices for this equipment. Sections 5 and 11 are not the responsibility of the Fabricator.

This Practice designates general requirements for the design and construction of aboveground fiberglass reinforced polyester, vinyl ester, and epoxy tanks and vessels having internal or external pressure from full vacuum up to the limits of Section X. Shop- and field-fabricated equipment, thermoplastic-lined equipment, and dual laminate equipment are covered in the scope of this Practice. Not covered are fiberglass hoods, ducts, stacks, pumps, fans, blowers, piping, and fully buried tanks that are beyond the scope of the referenced standards. Furan and phenolic resins, non-glass structural reinforcement, and metallic-lined fiberglass vessels are also outside the scope of this Practice.

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Published:
03/01/2007
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1 file , 340 KB
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Fiberglass Tank and Vessel Selection, Design and Fabrication Specification ASME RTP-1 and Section X
standard by Process Industry Practices, 11/01/2000

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This Practice describes the general materials selection, design, fabrication, testing, inspection, and documentation requirements for fiberglass vessels and tanks to be constructed in accordance with ASME Boiler and Pressure Vessel Code Section or ASME/ANSI RTP-1. Fabrication shall be by ASME-accredited manufacturers. When the type of fiberglass fabrication is not covered by Section X or RTP-1, the Purchaser should use this Practice for guidance. In addition, Sections 5 and 11 provide guidance for the User or Designer in developing procurement specifications and installation practices for this equipment. Sections 5 and 11 are not the responsibility of the Fabricator.

This Practice designates general requirements for the design and construction of aboveground fiberglass reinforced polyester, vinyl ester, and epoxy tanks and vessels having internal or external pressure from full vacuum up to the limits of Section X. Shop- and field-fabricated equipment, thermoplastic-lined equipment, and dual laminate equipment are covered in the scope of this Practice. Not covered are fiberglass hoods, ducts, stacks, pumps, fans, blowers, piping, and fully buried tanks that are beyond the scope of the referenced standards. Furan and phenolic resins, non-glass structural reinforcement, and metallic-lined fiberglass vessels are also outside the scope of this Practice.

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Published:
11/01/2000
File Size:
1 file , 440 KB
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