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LAURUS LABS PRIVATE LIMITED,

UNIT-III, PARAWADA VILLAGE,


VISHAKHAPATNAM,
A.P STATE.

DOCUMENT TITLE

DESIGN BASIS OF FIRE PROTECTION SYSTEM


VENDORS DOCUMENT NO: T-382-H-WTP-4-001
VENDORS REV: 00
W.O. NO.: 1000006967

VENDORS NAME

TECHNO FIRE PROTECTION SERVICES PVT LTD.

CONTENT
SR.NO.

DESCRIPTION

PAGE

SCOPE

TYPES OF FIRE PROTECTION SYSTEMS

FIRE WATER DEMAND CALCULATION

DESIGN PHILOSOPHY

DETAILS OF PROPOSED FIRE HYDRANT/MONITOR /HOSE REEL


SYSTEM

5.1 Fire Pumps

5.2 Fire water Reservoir

5.3 Fire Water Network

5.4 Fire Water Mains

5.5 Hydrants /Monitors / Hose Reels

5.6 Fire Hoses, Branch Pipes and Fire Hose Cabinets

5.7 Manual MVWS System

Portable Fire Extinguishers

Fire Alarm & Detection System

MATERIAL SPECIFICATION

ANNEXURE-I

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DESIGN BASIS OF
FIRE PROTECTION SYSTEM
FOR LAURUS LABS PRIVATE LIMITED,
PARAWADA VILLAGE, VISHAKHAPATNAM
1) SCOPE :
M/s Laurus Labs Pvt. Ltd. are installing, Unit-iii for manufacture of bulk drugs at
Parawda village at Vishakhapatanam. The proposed facilities will be installed in
phased manner, as under.
Phase-I
The phase-I consists of MB-1 and MB-2 plants for manufacture of bulk drugs,
Solvent Recovery Plant no. -1 along with its tank farm, utility-I and II for MB-1& 2,
QA and QC block, boiler house having two boilers along with Coal storage yard,
transformer, DG and panel block along with diesel oil tank, CCOE Phase-I tank
farm, CCOE drum store, raw material and finished goods storage block, Phase-I
non CCOE tank farm, Canteen, Admin, ETP, Fire water pump house and fire
water storage tank etc.
Phase-II
The phase-II consist of MB-3, MB-4, MB-5, MB-6, MB-7, MB-8 plants along with
its utility blocks, Solvent recovery plant-2 along with its tank farm, phase-2 CCOE
& non CCOE tank farm, phase-2 ETP, pilot plant and PT lab etc.
It is proposed that the entire complex consisting of Phase-I & II, be protected by
Fire Protection System with one central pump house and fire water reservoir.
The fire Water network around phase-I and phase-II shall be designed to take
care of water requirement for both the phases.
This document is developed to provide minimum requirement of the fire
protection system to entire complex.
2) TYPES OF FIRE PROTECTION SYSTEM :
The following types of fire protection system are envisaged.

Pressurized automatic Fire Hydrant, Hose Reel and Monitor System.

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Water Spray System tapped from pressurized hydrant system for CCOE
Tank farm, CCOE drum Storage, Solvent Recovery Plant Tank Farm,
Process tank farm related to process plants and hazardous reactor area
in process plant.

Portable Fire Extinguishers in all blocks.

Fire Alarm and Detection System.

3) FIRE WATER DEMAND CALCULATION :


Overall the complex can be considered as Ordinary hazard Category for
designing fire protection system as per earst while TAC regulation.
3.1) Water Demand based on total no. of equivalent hydrant in the complex.
The total no. of equivalent hydrant protecting Phase-I and Phase-II area
will be more than 200 Nos.
As per the preliminary drawing, total nos. of equivalent hydrants are as
under.
Single headed hydrant (Phase-1:-57, Phase-2:- 19)
=76 Nos
Fire Escape Hydrant (Phase-1:- 40, Phase-2:- 36)
=76 Nos
Monitors
(Phase-1:- 12, Phase-2:- 4)=16*4=64 Nos
___________
Total
216 Nos
The pumping capacity required as per TAC= 273M3/hr x 3nos. =
810M3/hr.
3.2)Water demand as per water required for MVWS System for CCOE or /
SRP Tank farm
MVWS water demand for one tank = 600LPM (See Annexure-I for
calculation)
12nos. of Tanks are located in one dyke.
Water requirement for simultaneous cooling of 12tanks
= 12x600
= 7200LPM
= 432M3/hr.
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Water required for supplementary hose stream protection


= 1150LPM
=69M3/hr
Total

water

demand
for
= 501 M3/hr

MVWS

for

CCOE

tanks

In future for Phase-II additional 12nos of Solvent tanks under CCOE will
be installed adjoining to the dyke of phase-I CCOE tanks. The distance
between Phase-I and phase-II tanks in different dykes is less than 15M.
In order to reduce water demand, considering layout of the tank farm, if
we consider any one tank on fire, then all tanks fed by MVWS system of
tank on fire and all adjoining tanks in two adjacent rows have to be
cooled. Thus at a time, 12nos of tanks to be cooled simultaneously. Thus
the water demand for 12nos of tank will be 501M3/hr as mention above.
4) DESIGN PHYLOSOPHY :
The fire protection system shall be designed to fight two major fires considering
one major fire in tank farm area and other in plant area.
5) DETAILS OF PROPOSED FIRE HYDRANT/MONITOR/HOSE REEL SYSTEM :
5.1 Fire Pumps
Based on maximum water demand, details of fire pumps required are as under,
Two electrical and one standby diesel engine driven fire pump having capacity of
410m3/hr @ 88m head.
Two nos. of Jockey pumps (one main and one stand by) having capacity of
25m3/hr each @ 88m head.
The fire pumps shall have flooded suction and suction velocity be limited to 1.5 to
2 m/s.
The size of the common delivery header be based on aggregate pumping
capacity of 820m/hr and velocity in delivery header shall be less than 5m/sec.
The fire pumps shall have approval from TAC accredited agency. Emergency
power supply shall be provided for fire pumps and fire pumps be housed in pump
house which is in safe area.
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5.2 FIRE WATER RESERVOIR:


Fire Water storage capacity required = 2Nos x 410 m/hr x 2 hours. = 1640 m.
The fire water reservoir shall be in two compartments.
5.3 FIRE WATER NETWORK:
i) Network and hydraulics.
The fire water network shall be designed for aggregate pumping capacity of 820
m/hr. Adequate size of tapping shall be provided from fire water network of
phase I area for connecting to fire hydrant system of phase II area in such a way
that future network around phase II area shall also meet criteria of 820m/hr of
pumping capacity. The fire water network for phase I area, shall be laid in closed
loops around protected areas. The entire network shall be checked by hydraulics
using PIPENET software.
5.4 FIRE WATER MAINS:
The fire water headers shall be laid above ground in closed loops around
protected areas. In case of UG headers, there shall be clear cover of 1M from
finish grade and 1.5M at road crossing. RCC Hume pipe of NP2 class shall be
provided at each road crossing. coating & wrapping for U/G pipes shall be
provided.

Wherever above ground mains are used in fire water network, the same shall be
located at a distance of more than 6M from any building/structure. Further the
mains shall be supported at every 5m /6m distance and painted with fire red paint
confirming to shade 536 of IS: 5.
Isolation Gate valves shall be provided at strategic locations to ensure isolation
of any section of network without affecting the flow in the rest of network. Valve
pit as per TAC regulations shall be provided for UG isolations valves.
All fire water system piping shall be hydro tested to test pressure equal to 1.5
times design pressure.
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At least 10% of all welded joints (100% of field joints) shall be radio graphically
tested.
5.5 HYDRANTS/MONITORS/HOSE REELS:
Yard hydrant shall be provided around the protected blocks as per TAC
regulations.

Internal hydrants shall be provided as per TAC regulations in buildings which are
not fully protected by yard hydrants.

In case of storied buildings, upper floor hydrants / internal hydrants (if required)
shall be provided as per TAC rules.

Hose reels shall be provided near all internal hydrants and upper floor hydrants.

Water cum foam monitors shall be provided for protection of tank farm area or
any other tall structure.

Operating platform required for fire monitor shall be provided.


5.6 FIRE HOSES, BRANCH PIPES AND FIRE HOSE CABINETS :
M.S. fabricated Fire hose cabinets, fixed or on pedestal shall be provided for
every yard hydrant. The cabinet shall contain 2 nos. x 15M long RRL type A of 63
mm hose, suitable valve key and one number of universal branch pipe.
Hose cabinet fixed on wall / column shall be provided near each landing valve.
The cabinet shall accommodated 2 nos. x 7.5M long RRL type A of 63 mm hose ,
suitable valve key and one number of universal branch pipe.

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5.7 MNUAL MVWS SYSTEM :


Manual operated MVWS system tapped from hydrant system shall be provided
for the following Areas/Tanks
(1)CCOE Tank Farm
(2) Solvent Recovery Plants storage Tanks
(3) CCOE Drum Store Area,
(4)Process Tank Farm related to process plant and hazardous reactor area in
process plant.
6) PORTABLE FIRE EXTINGUISHERS :
Portable Fire Extinguishers shall be provided in all blocks as per TAC
regulations.
7) FIRE ALARM & DETECTION SYSTEM :
Addressable Fire Alarm System consisting of manual call point and smoke
detector in server room shall be provided.

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8) MATERIAL SPECIFICATIONS :
Broad specification of material and approval as applicable shall be as follow:
Sr.

Description

Specification

UG/AG pipes

MS black ERW pipes bearing IS:1239

No.
1

heavy grade pipes, up to 150MM dia. &


IS:3589 beyond 150MM dia.
2

Gate valves

Cast iron double flanged bearing IS:14846


PN 1.6 rating .

Hydrant /Landing Valve

SS-304 confirming to IS:5290

Water cum foam monitor

SS-304 (UL/FM approved)

Hose reels

As per IS: 884 valve /nozzle-SS

MVWS Spray Nozzle

UL/Fm approve

Hose Box

M.S. Fabricated

Fire Hoses

IS: 636, RRL Type A

Branch Pipe and Nozzles

SS-304 (TAC/equivalent approved)

10

Fire Extinguishers

IS: 15683-2006 marked.

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ANNEXURE-I
SAMPLE CALCULATION OF MVW SPARAY SYSTEM FOR 1 NO TANK

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