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PART 1 - GENERAL 1.01 SCOPE A. Work required under this specification consists of furnishing a complete skid-mounted Air Scrubbing System for the control of atmospheric hydrogen sulfide and other sewer odors at Lift Station No. 5015. The system shall consist of three modular stages, configured to eliminate short-circuiting of the air stream and to provide intimate contact with chemical solution for removal of hydrogen sulfide and other sewer odor causing compounds. All system appurtenances, including but not limited to, blower, skid, control system, recirculation and metering pumps, and chemical storage drums shall also be provided, in accordance with these specifications. Furnish scrubber to meet the following minimum criteria: Value 300 25 50 99.0 0.1 Less than 15 3 towers w/ sumps 1.6 _______.__ 11.75 .49 1
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Removal Efficiency (<10 ppm 2S) Overall Height _____ ,._ _-_. _ _ Number of Stages Tower Diameter (equivalent diameter) _____ _ ___ _ __ __ _, _ Packing Depth (total) Sump Capacity (min. each)
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All components of the scrubber system shall be compatible with the conditions and chemicals for which they are subjected during the normal operation of the system. Compounds with which the materials must be compatible include, but are not limited to:
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Hydrogen sulfide Sodium hydroxide

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3. 4. 1.02

Sodium hypochlorite Acids

PROCESS DESCRIPTION. A. The system shall remove hydrogen sulfide and other "sewer odor" causing compounds from the air stream via mass transfer to an aqueous solution. Mass transfer shall be accomplished via counter-current contact of the air stream with aqueous solution on random packing material in the scrubbing towers. Each tower shall be of modular construction, each with an independent, integral sump and liquid recirculation system to facilitate treatment with different chemical(s) in each of the stages. Systems with separate packed-beds and a common sump shall not be acceptable. The contaminated air shall enter the first module, termed "Stage 1", between the packed bed tower and sump section and contact the liquid counter-currently. After treatment in Stage 1, the air shall be transported by duct from the top of Stage 1 to the second module, termed "Stage 2", between the packed bed tower and sump section. After treatment in Stage 2, the air shall be transported by duct to the third module, termed "Stage 3", between the packed bed tower and sump section. After treatment in Stage 3, the air shall pass through a mist eliminator to remove entrained liquid. In each stage, the aqueous solution shall be continuously recirculated from the sump to nozzles at the top of the packed bed. Make-up water shall be continuously fed into the sump reservoirs to flush contaminants out of the system and into the drain. Sodium hydroxide shall be added to stage 2 under the control of a pH controller to aid the mass transfer of hydrogen sulfide from the air stream into the liquid phase via acid-base neutralization. Sodium hypochlorite shall be added to the third stage as a "polishing agent" to oxidize nonhydrogen sulfide sewer odor causing compounds. Greater than 80 percent of the inlet hydrogen sulfide shall be removed by Stages 1 and 2.
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MANUFACTURER A. B. All components of the scrubber system shall be provided by a single manufacturer who shall have sole-source responsibility for the system. The manufacturer of this equipment shall be one recognized and established in the design, production and operation of multi-stage odor scrubbers. The manufacturer shall provide, with the submittal data, a list of 10 scrubbers for the control of hydrogen sulfide and other malodorous compounds associated with municipal wastewater. These 10 scrubbers must have been in operation at least five years. The list shall include contact names, phone numbers, length of service and design criteria.

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The manufacturer shall maintain regular production facilities at their place These facilities shall be open for inspection by a of business. of the Owner or Engineer at any time during construction representative and testing of this equipment. The manufacturer of the air scrubber system shall be an Underwriters Laboratories listed manufacturer of Enclosed Industrial Control Panels. The system shall be manufactured by Siemens Water Technologies, San Diego, CA, or pre-approved equal.

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SUBMITTALS A. The Manufacturer shall submit complete shop drawings and engineering data to the Owner or Engineer in accordance with Spec. 01300 and Spec 01340. These submittals shall include, at a minimum: 1. 2. 3. 4. Drawings showing plan and elevation views of the scrubber system Control system layout drawing Control system electrical ladder diagram Manufacturers catalog information on major system componepts, including but not limited to: Blower a. b. Recirculation pumps Chemical feed pumps c. Tower packing d. pH control system e. Statement of design conditions and performance guarantee Statement of warranty Reference list as described in section 1 03.B above

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The Manufacturer shall submit complete Operation and Maintenance Manuals to the Owner in accordance with Spec. 01300 and Spec. 01730. These manuals shall include, at a minimum: Information on hazards associated with the system and appropriate safety precautions Equipment installation instructions 2. 3. Equipment startup instructions Equipment maintenance procedures 4. Troubleshooting guide 5. Individual operation and maintenance information on major system 6. components, including but not limited to: Blower a Recirculation pumps b. Chemical feed pumps c. 1.

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pH control system

1.05 TOOLS AND SPARE PARTS


A. One (1) set of all special tools required for normal operation and maintenance shall be provided by the Equipment Supplier. All such tools shall be furnished in a suitable steel tool chest complete with lock and

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The Equipment Supplier shall furnish a complete set of recommended spare parts necessary for the first five years of operation of the pumping system. Minimum spare parts to be furnished are listed in the respective paragraphs of PART 2 - PRODUCTS. Spare parts shall be properly bound and labeled for easy identification without opening the packaging and suitably protected for long-term storage.

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PART 2 - PRODUCTS

2.01

SCRUBBER VESSELS A. The scrubber vessels shall be constructed of Rotationally Molded HighDensity Crosslinked Polyethylene (HDXLPE). No other material of construction shall be acceptable. High density crosslinked polyethylene scrubbers shall be manufactured by the rotational molding process in accordance with ASTM D 1998-91 Standard Specification for Polyethylene Upright Storage Tanks, Type 1 only. Rotational Molding shall be defined as a three-stage process consisting of loading the mold with powdered resin, fusing the resin by heating while rotating the mold about more than one axis, and cooling and removing the molded article. Plastics. The molding powder used shall be Marlex CL-250 or CL-200 as manufactured by Phillips 66, or powders of equal physical and chemical properties. 1. The polyethylene shall preferably be virgin material. Any use of regrind, recycled, or reprocessed materials or combinations of such materials shall not rely upon the performance data of their original constituents, but must meet the requirements of this standard in its own right. The polyethylene shall have a stress-cracking resistance of 500 h minimum F50 in accordance with Test Method D 1693, Condition A, 13250 - 4 ODOR CONTROL SYSTEM

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full-strength stress-cracking agent. The test specimens may be If compression compression molded or rotationally molded. molded, Procedure C of Practice D 1928 shall be followed for both types of polyethylene with a minimum platen temperature of 3500 F (177 0C). If it is crosslinkable polyethylene the temperature shall be 3900 F (197 0C) and the platen shall be kept closed under full pressure for 5 minutes at the specified temperature in order to bring If the test specimens are about the crosslinking reaction. rotationally molded, the conditions for rotational molding shall be similar to the conditions used for molding a vessel from this polyethylene. D. Fillers and Pigments. The plastic shall contain no fillers. All plastic shall contain an ultraviolet stabilizer at a level adequate to give protection for the intended service life of the vessel, minimum of 0.25%. This stabilizer Pigments must be shall be compounded in the polyethylene. compounded at the same time of resin manufacture. Vessel Construction: 1. Property Density ESCR *
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Mechanical properties. The nominal value for the properties of the materials shall be based on the molded parts: ASTM D1505 spec. thickness D1693 D638 Type IV D638 Type IV D1525 D746
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Value 59 (0.937-0.944) 900-1000 2600

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Design Parameters. a. Hoop Stress. The vessels shall be designed with a hoop stress value no greater than 600 psi at 100IF with a safety factor of no less than 2, using the Barlow Formula for calculating wall thickness.

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Wall Thickness. The minimum required wall thickness of the cylindrical shell at any fluid level shall be determined by the Barlow Formula. The wall thickness shall be based on the maximum temperature of the service.

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Cut edges. All edges where openings are cut into the vessel shall be trimmed smooth. Appearance. Type 1 finished vessel walls shall be free, as commercially practicable of visual defects such as foreign inclusions, air bubbles, pinholes, pimples, crazing, cracking, and delaminations that will impair the serviceability of the vessel. Dimensions and Tolerance. The vessel diameter shall be measured externally. The tolerances on the outside diameter, including out of roundness, shall be plus or minus 1 percent. Measurement shall be taken in a vertical position.

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Grounding Lug. Each scrubber tower shall be equipped with a titanium or hastelloy grounding lug. This lug shall be connected to a grounding rod which will provide an earth ground for the scrubber solution. Supplier shall provide signed/sealed engineering calculations (by a Florida Certified Professional Engineer) verifying tie-down lugs comply with wind load requirements of the Florida Building Code.
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SCRUBBER VESSEL FITTINGS A. Plastic fittings shall be "bulk-head" or "two-flange" style and shall be constructed of PVC. There shall be 4 bolts on flanges up to and including 3 inches, 8 bolts on 4 to 8 inches diameter fittings, and 12 bolts on 10 to 12 inches diameter fittings. All bolts shall be all thread design with heads completely encapsulated in polyethylene. The polyethylene encapsulation shall fully cover the bolt head and a minimum of 1/4" of the threads closest to the bolt head. The polyethylene shall be color coded to distinguish bolt material: (Green-316 grade S.S., Red-Hastelloy "C", Blue-Monel, BlackTitanium. Stainless steel fittings shall be manufactured from 316 grade stainless steel, compression type with 4 bolts up to 2 inch diameter fittings, 8 bolts for 3 to 4 inches diameter fittings, 12 bolts for 6 inches diameter fittings, and 14 bolts for 8 inches diameter fittings. Nipple and studs shall be welded to back plate of fitting. Gasket shall be used between outside flange and inside flange.

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C. Openings that are cut in vessel to install fittings shall not have sharp corners. Holes shall have minimum clearance to insure best performance of fittings. D. For all flanged connectors, the flange drilling and bolting shall be in accordance with ANSI/ASME B-16.5 for 150 psi pressure class straddling the principle centerline of the vessel.

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SCRUBBER MANWAY COVERS A. Scrubber manway openings shall be 12 inch diameter minimum. The scrubber manway openings shall have either a threaded or bolted cover and gasket.

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SCRUBBER INTERNALS A. B. Packing. Provide 2.0 inch polypropylene Jaeger Tri-Packs or equal. Support on grid-type packing support. Mist Eliminator. Provide polypropylene KimreTM mist eliminator in final stage to remove liquid droplets before airstream is released into the atmosphere. Spray Nozzles. Provide unit with two spray nozzles per stage, configured to provide even distribution of scrubbing solution across the packed bed. Provide Teflon or PVC anti-clogging nozzles, which can pass particles equal to the orifice size. Nozzles shall be manufactured by BETE or equal.

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FAN A. Fan shall be of the centrifugal design with cast, baked enamel crated carbon steel radial bladed wheel. Wheel shall be statically and dynamically balanced with its associated shaft. After assembly, entire fan shall be test run and re-checked for balance. Air stream components shall be fabricated of carbon steel and coated with a two-part elastomeric coating for corrosion resistance. Housing shall be fully welded. Fan shall be supplied with an OSHA weather cover covering the entire shaft/bearing/v-belt drive and motor assemblies. Fan shall have slip inlet and outlet, and a drain with plug. Fan shall have adjustable V-belt drive or be direct driven as required, and a TEFC, 3600 RPM motor with 1.15 service factor suitable for 1/60/120V service. Fan bearings shall be heavyduty ball type, grease lubricated, self-aligning with minimum of 100,000

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hour B-10 life. Fan shall be tested and rated in accordance with AMCA and shall bear the AMCA seal.

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The fan shall be designed for the following specifications: Exhaust Fan Design Requirements Air Flow Rate S.P. up to Scrubber inlet Total Pressure Drop ______ __ Motor HP Value 300 1.0 7.0 1.0 Units cfm in. WC in. WC HP

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The fan shall be mounted on the skid. The motor shall be manufactured by WEG, Baldor, Reliance or approved equal. Fan shall be New York Blower, Hartzell or equal. The fan shall have an AMCA seal.

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RECIRCULATION PUMPS A. B. C. General. Furnish seal-less vertical pump constructed of CPVC for each stage. Include motor and mounting plate. Performance. Pumps shall supply 20 GPM of recirculation flow with a head of 25 feet. Construction. Material Reference Housing Impeller Shaft D. Material CPVC CPVC Sleeved Stainless Steel

Motor. Motor shall be C-face, 120 volt, 60 HZ, single-phase, TEFC rated for continuous duty, and sized as necessary for the operating conditions. Bearings shall be sealed, ball type, and permanently lubricated. Suction and Discharge. Suction ports shall be 1 1/4" FNPT and discharge ports shall be 1 1/4" MNPT. PVC unions or union-type ball valve shall be

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provided to allow removal recirculation piping. F. 2.07

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Pump Support. Support vertical pumps on a stainless steel support stand with adequate opening to permit access.

CHEMICAL FEED PUMPS A. Provide two (2) bellows pumps of polypropylene plastic General. construction equal to Siemens Water Technologies' Bellows Pump. One pump shall be provided for sodium hydroxide feed and one pump shall be provided for sodium hypochlorite feed. Include motor, base, flexible coupling and check valve filters for each pump. Performance. The pump rates shall be sized to supply a minimum of 150% of the chemical feed rate predicted at maximum design conditions. The pump rate shall be adjustable to 10% of upper limit. Each pump shall have a maximum discharge pressure of 40 psi. Construction. Reference Bellows Poppet valves O-rings Springs D. Material Polypropylene Kel-F or EPT Kel-F or EPT Hastelloy C

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Motors. Motor shall be 120 volt, 60 HZ, single-phase TEFC and shall be rated for continuous duty.

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ELECTRICAL CONTROLS A. General: The operation of the Odor Control System shall be controlled from a control panel mounted on the skid. All equipment control switches, pilot lights, controllers, motor starters, etc., shall be housed in the control panel. The control panel shall be UL Listed and bear the "UL Listed Enclosed Industrial Control Panel" Label. A 120V/1 Ph/60 Hz power supply shall be supplied to the control panel. The electrical control panel shall be factory tested to full operation prior to shipment. Enclosure: The control panel enclosure shall be constructed of stainless steel and shall be rated NEMA 4X. It shall be equipped with a door with 2 hinges. The hinged door shall have one latch. Components: The electrical control panel shall include the following:

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Main power disconnect Surge protector IEC motor starters IEC motor circuit protectors On/off fan, recirculation and metering pump switches and indicating lights pH controller

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Standards. All control system design, fabrication, and wiring shall conform to the standards of Underwriter's Laboratories, National Electrical Code, and any other applicable federal, state, or local codes. System Operation. 1. Recirculation Pumps. Each recirculation pump shall be activated and deactivated manually by a two-position ON/OFF switch. A pilot light shall be provided to indicate when the pump is running. Blower. The blower shall be activated and deactivated manually by a two-position ON/OFF switch. A pilot light shall be provided to indicate when the blower is running. Chemical Feed Pumps. The sodium hydroxide pump shall be controlled by a three-position HAND/OFF/AUTO switch. When in the "AUTO" position the pump shall be controlled by the pH controller. The controller shall turn the pump on and off based upon preset limits of pH in the scrubber solution. When in the "HAND" position the pump shall run, regardless of the action of the pH controller. The sodium hypochlorite pump shall be controlled by a two-position ON/OFF switch.

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pH Controller. The pH controller system shall consist of a pH sensor and a controller. The sensor shall be mounted in the recirculation piping of scrubber stage number two. The sensor shall send a 4-20 mA signal to the controller. The controller shall be face mounted on the control panel and shall display the signal in pH units. The controller shall have two relays with adjustable set points. One relay shall be used to control the action of the sodium hydroxide pump. The pH controller shall be Signet Model 3-5700. Other Components. All other components (motor starters, motor circuit protectors, switches, pilot lights, etc.) shall be appropriately sized as required to operate the scrubber equipment as specified elsewhere in this section.

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General. Make-up water controls shall be provided to insure a water flow to the system of constant pressure and flow rate. All make-up water controls shall be located inside a hinged stainless steel enclosure, which shall also be utilized to support the electrical control panel enclosure. The chemical feed pumps shall be housed in this water control box. The make-up water control system shall consist of (at a minimum): 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. One main shut-off ball valve. One back-flow prevention check valve. One pressure regulator. One rotameter type flow meter. One adjustable flow control valve (may be integral part of

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The scrubber manufacturer shall provide for the continuous flow of a sequestering agent for the purpose of controlling the scale buildup within the scrubber vessel. The system shall be fully self contained, requiring no external power sources or adjustments. The system shall be installed on the makeup water line. The media shall be in a stable, replaceable cartridges. No liquid pump delivery system shall be acceptable. Media delivery shall be accomplished by the combination of solubility pressure differential created by two small ports within the Media Delivery Head. As water passes through the Media Delivery Head a small amount of water shall enter the media sump, wetting the media and slowly dissolving it The water flow velocity within the Media Delivery Head shall create a venturi as it passes over the two ports, thus allowing a controlled amount of media into the water flow. The system shall not require any type of mixers or mechanical devices assisting with the introduction of media. Delivery amounts shall be factory preset, requiring no infield adjustment. System shall be Hydro-Blend as manufactured by Southeastern Filtration. All of the above equipment shall be sized as necessary to provide adequate pressure and flow conditions for system operation as determined by the manufacturer.

2.10 SYSTEM PIPING


A. All chemical feed, make-up water, and recirculation piping shall be SCH 80 PVC, gray. All fittings shall be solvent-welded or threaded. All flange gaskets, union seals, valve seals, and other piping seals shall be fully compatible with the chemicals to be used in the regular operation, maintenance, and cleaning of the scrubber system.

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2.11

AIR DUCTS A. B. All air ducting from scrubber system outlet to blower discharge stack shall be supplied by the Manufacturer. Materials of construction shall be PVC. Ducts shall be of sufficient diameter and design to move the air without undue pressure loss. The pressure loss of the combined scrubber system and the ductwork shall not exceed the maximum pressure available from the blower.

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MOUNTING SKID A. General. All system components as described under Sections 2.01 through 2.11 above shall be supplied pre-mounted on a self-contained skid. The components shall be factory plumbed and wired to limit job site plumbing and wiring to utility and chemical line connections only. Construction. The skid shall consist of a deck, completely encapsulated with a corrosion-resistant two-part elastomeric coating. The deck shall be attached to a frame consisting of aluminum I-beams. One lifting lug shall be attached directly to the I-beam frame on each corner of the skid. Tpe skid shall be designed to support the full non-operational weight (i.e., empty sumps) of the scrubber system from the lifting lugs. It shall be designed to support the weight of the system under any conditions of operation when placed on a pad. Pining/Conduits. All necessary piping and conduits for connection of scrubber system to utilities and chemical storage equipment shall be routed under the deck to a common side of the skid. All piping and conduits shall be enclosed in a piping chase for protection. Electrical conduit shall terminate at a 4"x 4" junction box for connection of power supply lines to scrubber system lines.

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CHEMICAL STORAGE DRUMS A. Contractor shall provide an initial supply in 55 gallon plastic drums of sodium hypochlorite and sodium hydroxide. Contractor shall coordinate required chemical concentrations with the Odor control system supplier. Chemical feed piping shall include dip tubes with foot valves at a minimum. The dip tube shall be LMI-26873 or equal and valve shall be LMI-26021 or equal. Contractor shall provide all necessary piping to ensure that the system operates properly.

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PART 3 - EXECUTION

3.01

SITE AND UTILITIES A. The scrubber, chemical storage drums, and other appurtenances shall be located on a foundation as shown in drawing. The following utilities shall be provided at the scrubber site and located as shown on the drawing. Site preparation, utility service, and installation are not provided by the Manufacturer under these specifications. 1. 2. Electrical. One 120 volt, 60 Hz, 60 amp, single-phase electrical service shall be required. Water Supply. A 3/4 inch water supply with backflow preventer shall be required. Water supply must provide for a minimum of 30 psi continuous pressure and a hardness not to exceed 100 mg/L as calcium carbonate. Drain. A minimum 2 inch P.V.C. gravity drain to sewer shall be required.

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EQUIPMENT SHOP TESTING A. Before shipping the equipment, the Manufacturer shall perform shop tests. These tests shall include at a minimum: 1. 2. Visual inspection of all equipment. Complete assembly and functional operation testing of equipment.

3.03

INSTALLATION A. The system shall be installed in accordance with the manufacturers instructions. All installation personnel shall be trained and qualified in the areas of plumbing, electrical work, and instrumentation as required to complete the installation.

3.04

INSPECTION AND START-UP A. B. The services of a factory representative shall be provided as specified below to insure proper installation and start-up of the scrubber system. Upon startup the factory representative shall demonstrate the performance of the unit by sampling the inlet and outlet of the unit under normal operating conditions (i.e., natural facility odors). This sampling shall be conducted using field instrument detector tubes as manufactured by Sensidyne/Gastec, Draeger, or using continuous H 2S gas analyzers such as those by Interscan or Jerome. The Manufacturer shall make any
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changes to the system that may be necessary to meet the specified performance under inlet conditions as specified. C. The factory representative shall be at the job site for the following time period; travel time excluded: 1. 2. Sixteen hours for inspection and certification of the installation. Sixteen hours to carryout performance testing and to train Owner's staff in operation of the system, including safe chemical handling procedures. Provide one trip for four days for tasks 1 and 2 above.
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FIELD TESTS A. B. The scrubber system shall be tested under actual operating conditions in order to demonstrate that it will perform as required. The manufacturer shall furnish all equipment necessary for testing. The test shall last for four (4) consecutive hours and samples from the inlet and outlet shall be collected once every hour using a portable H 2S analyzer or detector tubes. If required, Manufacturer shall make any changes to the system, at his own expense, that may be necessary to assure satisfactory and efficient operation of this system.

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WARRANTY A. The Manufacturer shall guarantee that the scrubber system will perform as described in these Specifications. The Manufacturer shall warrant scrubber system, complete, to be free from defects in materials or workmanship for a period one (1) year after installation. The Manufacturer shall repair or provide replacement for any defective components under this warranty.

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FIELD PAINTING A. Field painting is specified under Painting, Section 09900. The primer and paint used in the shop shall be products of the same manufacturer as the field paint to assure compatibility. All nameplates shall be properly protected during painting.

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All above-ground PVC piping, valves and accessories shall be painted as follows: Exterior Application First - 1 coat Finish - 1 coat No. 105 110 Description Hi-Build Epoxoline Endura Shield Min. Total DFT 2.0- 3.0 2.0 - 3.0 5.0 Mils.

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