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FUNCTIONAL SPECIFICATION

ASYNCHRONOUS MOTORS

20167.EQP.ELE.FUN

Rev. 0 October 1994

ISSUE

TM

STIN

STIN

OCT. 94

REV.

DESCRIPTION

PREP'D CHK'D APPR'D

DATE

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FOREWORD Rev. 0 Total Number of pages 16 October 1994 Issued to comply with the EEC directives Cancelling and replacing the following specification: a) 03195.EQP.ELE.SPC : GENERAL SPECIFICATION MOTORS

ASYNCHRONOUS

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INDEX

1. 1.1. 1.2. 1.2.1. 2. 2.1. 2.1.1. 2.1.2. 2.1.3. 2.2. 2.3. 2.4. 2.4.1. 2.4.2 2.4.3. 2.4.4. 2.5. 2.5.1. 2.6. 2.7. 2.7.1. 2.7.2 2.8. 2.9. 2.9.1. 2.9.2. 2.9.3. 2.10. 2.10.1. 2.10.2. 2.10.3 2.10.4. 2.10.5.

GENERAL Scope Normative references European normative references FUNCTIONAL NORMATIVE REQUIREMENTS Definitions Prototype motor Mass-produced motor Similar motor Symbols and abbreviations Operating Environment Functional Requirements General characteristics Operating conditions Construction characteristics Packing for Transport Boundaries, limits and exclusions Limits and exclusions Ergonomics Safety General prescriptions Protection against indirect contacts Requirement for Quality Management and Assurance Additional Requirements for Review Type Test Acceptance Test (individual) Special Test Documentation Bid documentation Documentation subjected to Approval Documentation used by the Company for the system design Test documents Final technical documentation

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1.

GENERAL

1.1.

Scope This specification sets out the minimum requirements and the inspection plans for the supply of electrical asynchronous motors. Any other additional information not covered by this specification will be specified in the applicable normative references and publications and in the project technical documentation, particularly:

Data Sheet Inspection Data Sheets (I.D.S.) Required technical documentation Data Sheet (R.D.D.S.)

The technical requirements of this Functional Specification are based upon considerations of performances and functionality, therefore the instructions contained in this Documentation are not meant to be discriminatory. Any alternative suggestion will be considered, provided that the compliance with what required in this document is satisfied both from functional and performance points of view.

1.2.

Normative References The Normative References and Publications that entirely define the electric asynchronous motors are herewith listed. When applicable, references will be made to the European Normative References EN and the Harmonisation Documents CENELEC or, in their absence, to the CEI/CEI UNEL Normative References and IEC Publications. In any case the plants shall comply with the rules and regulations issued by the Local Authorities and Organisations under which jurisdiction they are installed.

1.2.1.

European Normative References


EUROPEAN CENELEC INTERNATIONAL NATIONAL IEC CEI/CEI UNEL TITLE ( NOTE 1 )

HD 53. 1. S2 ( ) HD 53. 2 ( )

34 - 1 34 - 2 ( )

2-3 (Note 2) 2-6

HD 53. 6 S1 ( ) EN 60034 - 7 ( )

34 - 6 ( ) 34 - 8 ( )

2-7 2-8

HD 345

894

2-9 (Note 2)

Rotating electrical machines Part 1: rating and performance Rotating electrical machines Part 2: methods for determining losses and efficiency of rotating electrical machinery from tests (excluding machines for traction vehicles) Rotating electrical machines Part 6: methods of cooling (IC code) Rotating electrical machines Part 8: terminal markings and direction of rotation of rotating machines Guide for test procedures for the measurements of lost tangent on windings and bars for machine windings

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EUROPEAN CENELEC

INTERNATIONAL NATIONAL IEC CEI/CEI UNEL

TITLE ( NOTE 1 )

EN 60034 - 7 ( )

34 - 7 ( )

2 - 14

HD 53. 12 ( ) EN 60034 - 5 ( )

34 - 12 ( ) 34 - 5

2 - 15 2 - 16 (Note 2)

HD 53. 15 S1 ( )

34 - 15 ( )

2 - 17

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34 - 14 ( )

2 - 23

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2 - 24 -----

Rotating electrical machines Part 7: symbols for types of construction and mounting arrangements Rotating electrical machines Part 12: starting performance of single-speed three-phase cage induction motors for voltages up to and including 660V Rotating electrical machines Part 5: classification of degrees of protection provided by enclosures of rotating electrical machines (IP code) Rotating electrical machines Part 15 : impulse voltage withstand levels of rotating AC machines with form-wound stator windings. Rotating electrical machines Part 14: mechanical vibration of certain machines with shaft heights 56 mm and higher measurement evaluation and limits of the vibration severity Rotating electrical machines Part 9: noise limits Rotating electrical machines Part 9: Noise limits Rotating electrical machines Part 11: Built-in thermal protection. Chapter 1: Rules for protection of rotating electrical machines Rotating electrical machines Part 11: Built-in thermal protection. Chapter 2: Thermal detectors and control units used in thermal protection systems Rotating electrical machines Part 11: Built-in thermal protection. Chapter 3: General rules for thermal protectors used in thermal protection systems Dimensions and output series for electrical machines. Part 1: Frame numbers 56 to 400 and flange numbers 55 to 1080 Dimensions and output series for electrical machines. Part 2: Frame numbers 355 to 1000 and flange numbers 1180 to 2360 Measurement of the winding resistance of an a. c. machine during operation at alternating voltage Effects of unbalanced voltages on the performance of 3-phase cage induction motors

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34 - 11 - 2

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34 - 11 - 3

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72 - 1

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72 - 2 279

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892

--CEI UNEL 13113 13121 13122 13123 13501 13502 CEI UNEL 13 V1

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Motori asincroni trifasi - dimensioni e potenze nominali

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Motori asincroni trifasi - Variante alle CEI UNEL 13113 13121

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EUROPEAN CENELEC

INTERNATIONAL NATIONAL IEC CEI/CEI UNEL

TITLE ( NOTE 1 )

EN 50014 ( ) EN 50018 ( ) EN 50019 ( ) ---

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31 - 8

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31 - 1

--50 (411)

31 - 7 ---

Electrical apparatus for potentially explosive atmospheres - General requirements - European Normative Reference Electrical apparatus for potentially explosive atmospheres - Flameproof enclosure "d" European Normative Reference Electrical apparatus for potentially explosive atmospheres - Increased safety "e-" - European Normative Reference International Electrotechnical Vocabulary Chapter 411: Rotating machines

Notes for reading the table in paragraph 1.2.1.: 1) Titles of IEC publications, when common to CEI rules and CENELEC, are translated from the original relevant texts. Contemporary Publications. Rules with small modifications compared with the IEC

2)

3)

The Normative References and Publications with ( ) have complete correspondence with the CEI or UNI National ones. In the other cases the subject is the same but the requirements are not entirely the same.

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2.

FUNCTIONAL NORMATIVE REQUIREMENTS

2.1.

Definitions Reference to the Normative References from paragraph 1.2 will be made for definitions and terminology. The following are also defined:

2.1.1.

Prototype motor: This is a motor: whose rated data, performance and construction characteristics are the same, within the tolerances permitted, as those of motors involved in the supply ; which is part of the supply, or, which is not part of the supply but has been constructed using the same fabrication methods as those for motors included in the supply; which has satisfactorily passed the type test;

2.1.2.

Mass-produced motor This is a motor which is part of a series of motors built using the same manufacturing methods, which has undergone the Supplier's standard tests and for which : a prototype exists; the rated data, performance and construction characteristics are equal to those of the other mass-produced motors within the tolerances permitted; these data are included in a catalogue or publications by the Supplier.

2.1.3.

Similar motor This is a motor whose rated data, performance and construction characteristics differ only partially from those of other motors for which a prototype exists.

2.2.

Symbols and abbreviations Reference will be made to the Normative References in paragraph 1.2. for symbols and abbreviations.

2.3.

Operating Environment The environmental conditions of the installation site shall be defined in the Data Sheet. Unless otherwise stated, the motors shall be suitable for operation with a maximum air temperature of 40C and at an installation elevation up to 1000 m L.A.T. If not otherwise specified, when H 2S is present in the atmosphere, the following concentrations shall be used : 0.10 ppm of H2S continuously ; 5 ppm of H2S and 2 ppm of SO2 occasionally for short periods. The Supplier shall employ suitable protective devices and prove their effectiveness with appropriate components test certificates.

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2.4. 2.4.1.

Functional Requirements Service and nominal characteristics If not otherwise indicated, the motors and the relevant accessories shall be suitable for continuous service, S1 and the allocated class of the nominal characteristics shall be of the " CONTINUOUS MAXIMUM" type (complying with the CENELEC HD 53. 1. S2). The admitted tolerances for the nominal characteristics shall abide by the foreseen limits in the CENELEC HD 53. 1. S2 limits.

2.4.2.

Operating Conditions The nominal torque (Nm) shall be supplied by the motor withstanding the combined variations of 2% of the rated frequency and of 5% of the rated voltage (in compliance with the CENELEC HD 53. 1. S2 - Modification 3.) except where more restrictive prescriptions are specified. In the case of continuous operations at the maximum voltage values above indicated, the temperature limits could be exceeded as indicated in the Normative References. The start-up procedure shall be indicated on the Data Sheet. Lacking indication, the direct method at full voltage shall be assumed. The start-up characteristics for the three-phase cage asynchronous motors, with a single speed, working at 50 Hz and with feeding voltages lower or equal to 660 V, shall comply with what is foreseen in the Harmonisation Document CENELEC HD 53. 12. For motors with a voltage over 660 V, the start-up current shall be limited to the following values: 550% ln for fast motors (2 poles); 500% ln for motors with 4 or more poles. The torque at the start-up shall be such as to allow the start of the motors even with terminal strips voltages of : 80% Un for motors up to 660 V; 85% Un for motors over 660 V. If not otherwise specified, the motors shall allow the following number of starts/hour: N.3 N.3 uniformly distributed starting from the operating temperature; consecutive starts from ambient temperature, plus 1 after 30 minutes for motors up to 1500 kW; N.2+1 as above, for motors over 1500 kW; N.2 consecutive starts from the operating temperature, plus 1 after 30 minutes, for motors up to 1500 KW; N.2+1 as above, for motors over 1500 KW.

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2.4.3. 2.4.3.1.

Construction characteristics General As far as possible, the motors shall have dimensions and rated powers standardised according to the IEC Codes and the equivalent CEI/UNEL National Codes.

2.4.3.2.

Protection level The minimum protection level, classified in accordance with the EN 60034-5 Codes, shall be:

INSTALLATION

ASYNCHRONOUS MOTORS

TERMINAL BOXES AND AUXILIARIES

INDOOR

IP 23 IP 54 IPW 24

IP 44

OUTDOOR

IP 54

2.4.3.3.

Windings The windings shall be made of electrolytic copper. The insulating materials, in accordance to their appraisal and thermal stability, shall be classified in compliance with the Harmonisation Document CENELEC HD.53 1 S2, as follows: motors with a voltage up to 1000 V shall either belong to the B or the F class with over-temperatures of the respective class; motors with a voltage of more than 1000 V shall either belong to the B or the F class with class B over-temperatures. The connection of the stator windings of motors which are not star/delta started, shall be assumed to be of the STAR type, if not otherwise indicated on the Data Sheet.

2.4.3.4.

Terminal Strips The terminal strips shall be anti-loosening type. For motors having a voltage over 1000 V the bushings shall not be made of porcelain. The bushings, terminals, anchors and appropriate accessories shall be fabricated in such a way as to withstand, without damage, the thermal and dynamic short-circuit stresses specified in the Data Sheet. Inside the boxes, spacer anchor shall be provided for conductors and cable clamps. The marking of the outgoing terminals shall be carried out as described in the Harmonisation Document CENELEC HD 53. 8 S2.

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2.4.3.5.

Terminal boxes a) For motors with a voltage of up to 1000 V with 3 power terminals only, the same box may also house the terminals of the anti-condensation heater, if any. When 6 power terminals are foreseen, the terminals of the anti-condensation heater, if any, shall be installed in a separate box. The terminals of the thermal detectors shall always be placed in an appropriate box. In motors with a voltage over 1000 V, separate boxes shall be installed for the connection of:

b)

power, star centre, anti-condensation heater, thermal detectors, alarm, shut-down, signalling devices installed on the machine or in the auxiliaries shipped assembled and/or not assembled to the motor. When required, the boxes for the star centre terminals shall also be able to contain the CT for protection devices. The boxes for power terminals shall be designed for the inlet of cables at the bottom, unless otherwise indicated on the Data Sheet, and they shall be able to revolve by 90 in both directions.

c)

In all motors, the terminal box for connection of power cables, when foreseen laterally, shall be installed on the right side looking at the motor from the coupling side. The terminal box of star centre may also be installed on the opposite side. The terminal boxes located on top of the casing shall be positioned right from the coupling side. Inside all boxes, both auxiliary and power type, an earthing terminal or bolt for the connection of armouring, metallic shields and cable protection conductors (PE) shall be installed, as indicated in the Harmonisation Document CENELEC HD 53.1. S2.

d)

2.4.3.6.

Rotor and fans The rotor shall be dynamically balanced and complete with fans. Lead or any other soft material shall not be used for balancing.

2.4.3.7.

Cooling system If not otherwise indicated on the Data Sheet, the motors shall be air-air self-ventilated. The motors with air-water heat exchangers, shall have specific exchangers suitable for the water characteristics indicated in the Data Sheet; lacking information, the following characteristics shall be assumed: design pressure inlet temperature head losses thermal head : : : : 500 kPa (5 kg/cm2) 25C 70 kPa (0.7 kg/cm2) 10C

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The cooling system must guarantee the normal operations of the motor without exceeding the maximum allowable temperature rises indicated in the Harmonisation Document CENELEC HD 53. 1. S2 as a function of the insulating class of the windings. 2.4.3.8. Bearings and lubricating system The bearings shall be defined by the Supplier on the basis of forces involved, speed, operating conditions, fabrication standards and the provisions listed below: a) Bearings shall have a nominal life (or theoretical duration) L 10 (UNI 281/I , ISO 281) calculated with the machine operating under rated conditions of at least : 30.000 hours in the case of direct coupling and without any axial thrust from the coupled machine; 20.000 hours in the case of belt coupling. In the case of machines with a variable speed, the above limits shall refer to the maximum velocity. b) Roller bearings lubricated with grease shall be of the pre-lubricated watertight type if of the Supplier's standard. Bearings requiring periodic replacement of the lubricant shall be fitted with a greasing point and a grease relief device. The lubricating interval shall be indicated by the Supplier in the data Sheets. The forced lubrication sleeve bearings shall generally have a common lubricating system to the machine which they are part of. If the driven machine has no forced lubrication system or such a system cannot be used for the electrical machine, the Supplier of the electrical machine shall deal with the definition and supply of the lubricating system on the basis of operating requirements and provisions given in the Data Sheet. The design of the lubricating system shall be approved by the Company. It shall be possible to carry out the topping up of oil baths and greasing, as appropriate, safely whilst the machine is in operation.

c)

d) 2.4.3.9.

Vibrations If not otherwise stated on the Data Sheet, the vibrations of motors with a shaft height up to 400 mm shall be kept within limits anticipated in the CEI 2-23 or IEC 34-14 Codes. Vibrations of motors with a shaft height exceeding 400 mm shall be kept within the limits laid down for class "B", groups III and IV of ISO 2372 Code or the "satisfactory" class of the ISO 3945 Code. Unless otherwise specified, base plates shall be considered rigid.

2.4.3.10.

Coupling The motors shall be suitable for the coupling defined on the Data Sheet.

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2.4.3.11.

Start-up rheostats When required or proposed by the Manufacturer, the following general prescriptions shall be observed: a) Air-cooled rheostats shall be used exclusively in non-corrosive or dusty environments. The maximum temperatures reached by the rheostat live components shall not exceed 200C. Connections between the various resistive components shall be suitably sized in order to avoid local overheating. When forced cooling is required two motor-driven fans shall be provided , each sized so as to allow at least one start per hour. Oil-cooled rheostats could be used for small or medium sized motors (typically for motors up to 1500 KW ) . The cooling shall generally occur by the natural oil and water circulation. The need for forced cooling and the corresponding system shall be approved by the Company. Liquid rheostats shall have electrodes sized for a current density not exceeding 15 A/dm2. Any vapour emitted from the solution must not result inflammable, toxic or corrosive. The rheostat live components shall be enclosed in metallic housings with a degree of protection not less than IP 44. The terminals of power and control cables shall be enclosed in housings with a degree of protection not less than IP 44. When a motorised drive is specified using a geared motor, it shall always include a manual device for emergency operation and a mechanical indicator showing the contact position.

b)

c)

d)

e)

2.4.3.12.

Accessories and auxiliaries a) Thermal protection devices The thermal protection devices, when requested in the Data Sheet, shall comply with the IEC 34-11, 34-11-22 and 34-11-3 Codes. In any case the Supplier shall install those which are thought to be necessary for the correct use and protection of the motors, even if not requested. b) Short-circuiting and brush lifting device The short-circuiting and brush lifting device shall be specified only when considered necessary by the Supplier or when required in the Data Sheet. A motorised type shall be used, with a facility for manual emergency operation, and with interlocking between the brush lifting and the short-circuiting facilities. c) Anti-condensation and heating resistances Armoured type resistance heaters shall be used. A nameplate located in a very visible position near the heater terminal box shall bear the relevant rated data.

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Anti-condensation heaters shall be sized and located so as to prevent the formation of condensation during motor shutdown periods. It shall be possible for the heaters to remain permanently in circuit when a motor is shut without causing damage to the windings. For motors to be installed in areas with a hazardous atmosphere, the relevant codes shall be respected. The oil heating resistance shall be provided only when the Supplier considers it necessary and in accordance with the minimum ambient temperature. The surface temperature of the resistance shall not alter the characteristics of the oil itself, and the maximum temperature shall not exceed 80 C. The lubricating system Supplier shall provide all equipment necessary for automatic monitoring of these heaters, and the equipment shall be suitable for the place of installation. d) Nameplates The identification nameplates of the motors and those carrying the electrical and construction data, as indicated on the Harmonisation Document CENELEC HD 53.1.S2, shall be made of stainless steel (AISI 316L) with wording engraved and fixed to the envelope by means of stainless steel (AISI 316L) pins. For design environmental temperatures exceeding the standard ones indicated in the Normative References the nominal data referred to these temperatures shall be indicated on the nameplates. 2.4.3.13. Installation accessories and tools If not otherwise indicated on the Data Sheet, motors up to 1000 V shall have the base plate in common with the driven machine. The motor Supplier shall also supply: the bolts and accessories for fixing to the base plate (if specified); the bolts or clamps or plates for fixing the motor or its bed plate to the foundation. For each group of motors included on a single order, two sets of special spanners and tools shall be supplied for dismantling and maintenance. For each motor or group of identical motors supplied disassembled, any special tools required for assembly shall be supplied. 2.4.3.14. Spare parts for the start-up The material listed below shall be supplied together with additional required material, if any: Motor bearings up to 1000 V Finishing paint : : No. 1 for every type and size 2 kg.

The Supplier could suggest other material to be provided, basing on his experience.

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2.4.3.15.

Protective treatments a) Painting Painting and the relevant protective treatments will be done in accordance with the prescriptions contained in the Data Sheet. b) Tropicalisation When required in the Data Sheet, equipment and materials will be subjected to tropicalisation treatments in accordance with the relevant Reference Specification.

2.4.4.

Packing for Transport Transport arrangements will be defined by the Supplier according to the Company criteria.

2.5. 2.5.1.

Boundary conditions, limits and exclusions Limits and exclusions Possible limits, exclusions and particular prescriptions shall be indicated in the Data Sheet.

2.6.

Ergonomics If not otherwise indicated in the Data Sheet, the noise levels shall not exceed the values indicated on the IEC 34-9 Publications or the CEI 2-24 Codes, even for machines with a power over 400 KW.

2.7. 2.7.1.

Safety General prescriptions The Supplier will guarantee that the asynchronous motors, of which this Specification is about, will be designed adopting good practice to respect the safety prescriptions contained in the Normative References.

2.7.2.

Protection against indirect contacts The motors shall be provided with internal and external earthing bolts as required in the Normative References.

2.8.

Requirements for Quality Management and Assurance Any additional requirements of Quality Management and/or Quality Assurance are contained in the relevant management specification enclosed in the request for bid.

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2.9.

Additional Requirements for Review When required, they will be indicated in the Inspection Data Sheet (I.D.S.) and are subdivided in: Type test; Acceptance test (individual); Special test. For any inspection and test not included in the normative references and in this Specification and requested in the Inspection Data Sheet (I.D.S), the execution procedures shall be defined on a case by case basis.

2.9.1.

Type test The type test aims at guaranteeing the compliance of a specific type of motor with the Normative References and the original design. The type test shall be carried out on a prototype of the motor and the Supplier shall be fully responsible for its execution. The Company shall be exclusively responsible for the acceptance of motors that are similar to those supplied as prototypes and shall reserve the right to request the execution of some of the type tests. The type tests of the auxiliaries and accessories are not required if they comply with the Normative References and are installed according to the Manufacturer's instructions. The Supplier of the motors will check that the type tests of the auxiliaries and accessories have been carried out and that the relevant documentation is produced.

2.9.2.

Acceptance test (individual) The acceptance test aims at guaranteeing, by verification of documents and execution of a limited but important number of inspections and tests, the compliance of motors with the original design and prototype as well as with the Company's requirements, and to detect any faults in materials and fabrication. The acceptance test shall be carried out on all motors of the supply, assisted by the Supplier. For the acceptance tests of the auxiliaries and accessories, the considerations listed above for the type tests shall apply, without prejudice to the fact that they shall withstand the inspection and tests described in the Inspection Data Sheet (I.D.S).

2.9.3.

Special Test It includes tests and inspections not provided for in the type and acceptance tests, that the Company may require from time to time. The list of tests and inspections and any criteria of execution will be indicated in the Inspection Data Sheet (I.D.S.).

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2.10.

Documentation The Supplier will deliver to the Company all the documents indicated in the Requested Document Data Sheet (R.D.D.S.), in accordance with the agreed terms and schedule. The technical documentation will be written in the official language indicated in the Data Sheet and using the symbols indicated in the CENELEC, CEI Rules and in IEC Publications.

2.10.1.

Bid Documentation The Supplier will include in his bid all the information and documentation required in the Data Sheet (R.D.D.S.).

2.10.2.

Documents Subjected to Approval The approval of the documentation by the Company, if necessary, will refer to the formal verification of the parameters indicated in the design's documents only.

2.10.3.

Documentation used by the Company for the system design The Supplier will deliver to the Company all the documentation necessary to the execution of the system design and to the installation of the supplied system.

2.10.4.

Test Documents The Supplier will deliver to the Company, within the schedule and in the way indicated in the Data Sheet, all the certificates relating to the type, acceptance and special tests.

2.10.5.

Final Technical Documentation The final technical documentation, with the only exception of the Supplier and Subsuppliers catalogues and publications will include the following references: name of the Supplier; name of the Company; details of the Company's orders; identification tag of the motors, as indicated by the Company; title of the document.

and will consist of: a) b) c) Design and Installation instructions; Operations instructions; Maintenance instructions.

The description and drawings can be contained in catalogues and documents of the Supplier, as long as they satisfy the following conditions: they contain all data and information required in their final form they are relevant to the type supplied and the materials included in the supply are clearly identified amongst those in the document. The documentation subject to approval will be integral part of the final documentation approved by the Company.

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