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HYDRAULIC PIPING SPECIFICATION

1. General

1.1. This specification covers minimum requirements for the fabrication of hydraulic piping and appurtenances.
These specifications will apply to all piping systems where a liquid is used as a power transmission medium.
The liquids used may be water, mineral or soluble oil, or any of the compounded or synthetic hydraulic fluids.
Each deviation from these minimum specifications shall be a matter for individual consideration by Metso and
shall be done only with their full knowledge and written permission.

1.2. All hydraulic piping, passages and equipment including valves, accessories, tanks, other appurtenances, and
all connections to such equipment shall comply with the latest issue of the ISO 4413 Hydraulic Fluid Power –
General rules relating to systems, NFPA/T2.24.1 Hydraulic Fluid Power – Systems for stationary industrial
machinery and with Metso specifications. Welded connections on pipe and tube and connections to vessels
(reservoirs) shall comply with ASME B31.3 Process Piping Chapter V with the exception of Paragraph
328.3.2 and 328.3. Weld backing material and consumable inserts will not be allowed. Structural welding
(non-fluid carrying) shall be to AWS D1.1 specifications. Fabrication, construction or material not specified in
this specification or on the drawings must be approved by Metso.

1.3. Each Contractor shall be responsible for obtaining for himself copies of all Standards, Regulations, etc.,
which are not published by Metso but are mentioned in this Technical Specification or General Specifications,
or both.

2. Material

2.1. All piping materials shall be new, and shall conform to the requirements of the particular services as listed
below. Names of particular manufacturers referenced in this specification are for the purpose of establishing
a standard. Other manufacturers may be used in place of those specified, provided Metso approves of the
substitution. If any service of material is not covered, the Contractor shall use the requirements for similar
services in these specifications for the type and quality of material to be supplied, subject to approval of
Metso.

2.2. Seamless or Electric Resistance Welded - EWR steel piping or tubing meeting the specifications listed below
shall be used for all hydraulic piping installation. Maximum operating pressure and minimum safety factors
should be considered when choosing between pipe or tube. Specifications for the particular application
should be followed. Refer to the METSO FLUID-MATERIAL PIPING CODE listed in the piping unit for the
order.

2.3. Hydraulic piping shall be seamless or Electric Resistance Welded - EWR carbon steel pipe conforming to
ASTM Specification A-53, Grade B unless superceded by the above referenced specification. Hot finished or
cold drawn pipe may be used but cold drawn must be annealed. It shall meet the minimum tensile strength
and elongation requirements of the referenced specifications. Pipe shall be hydrostatically tested in
accordance with the above referenced specification. For ordering, specify either nominal size and weight
class or schedule number, or both, or outside diameter and nominal wall thickness. I.D. shall not be specified.
Piping shall be stainless steel only if so required by the Equipment Specifications.

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2.4. Hydraulic tubing shall be seamless or Electric Resistance Welded - EWR, cold drawn and annealed carbon
steel conforming to ASTM Specification A-178 or A-179 unless superceded by the above referenced
specification. It shall meet the minimum tensile strength and elongation requirements of the referenced
specifications. Hydraulic tubing shall have a Rockwell hardness number not to exceed B72. For ordering,
specify O.D. and minimum wall thickness. I.D. shall-not be specified. Tubing shall be stainless steel only if so
required by the METSO FLUID-MATERIAL PIPING CODE.

2.5. Consideration should be given to mechanical strain and service abuse when determining hydraulic tubing wall
thickness. Mechanical strains include vibration, relative motion of connected parts, weight of externally
connected parts or unsupported fixtures in the tube line which tend to stretch, bend, shorten or twist the tube.
Service abuse involves carelessness of workmen and general rough wear that can be expected in heavy
mechanical and process machinery.

2.6. Use Figure 1, "Tubing Wall Thickness Selection Graph", to determine the minimum wall thickness. The graph
indicates three grades of severity of services:

"A" - Mechanical and hydraulic shocks not excessive

"B" - Considerable hydraulic shock and mechanical strain

"C" - Hazardous applications with severe service conditions

2.7. To use the graph, locate the system working pressure in the appropriate grade of service column and follow
the horizontal line to the right until it intersects the curved diagonal line which represents the tube O.D. size
being used. From this point, project down vertically to the bottom of the chart to determine minimum tube wall
thickness required for the intended service. If this projected point lies between two standard-wall gauge
thickness’ shown, then the heavier of the two should be selected.

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FIGURE 1: TUBING WALL THICKNESS SELECTION GRAPH

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3. Fabrication

3.1. Hydraulic piping shall be supplied and installed in accordance with the latest edition of ISO 4413 Hydraulic
fluid power – General rules relating to systems and NFPA/T2.24.1 Hydraulic Fluid Power – Systems for
stationary industrial machinery.

3.2. Piping must be accurately cut, bent and fitted, so it will not be necessary to spring it into place.

3.3. Cut pipe ends shall be reamed or ground smooth to remove all burrs and sharp edges. Threaded pipe and
fittings shall be inspected to prevent metal slivers and other foreign particles or matter from getting into the
hydraulic system.

3.4. Piping requiring welded joints shall conform to ASME B31.3 Process Piping Chapter V with the exception of
Paragraph 328.3.2 and 328.3. Weld backing material and consumable inserts will not be allowed.

3.5. If flanged connections are used, flanges must be fit squarely on the mounting faces and be secured with bolts
of the correct length. Bolts or nuts must be drawn up evenly to avoid distortion in the equipment.

3.6. Thread Compound must be carefully applied to prevent its entrance into the hydraulic system. Teflon tape
may not be used as a thread compound. Refer to the METSO FLUID-MATERIAL PIPING CODE listed in the
piping unit for the order for the specification of the proper thread sealant. When used, thread sealant must be
carefully applied to prevent its entrance into the system. (Nominally leave the first two full threads bare.)

3.7. Flexible connections to, or on equipment, may be made with rubber or metal hose approved for the service
and pressure concerned. Hose selection shall be based on 5 to 1 burst to working pressures. Single braid
hose will not be accepted on any hydraulic system. Flexible hose ends shall have vertical terminations and
shall have sufficient slack to avoid sharp flexing and straining. Horizontal connections are acceptable only if
flexible lines are adequately supported.

3.8. Horizontal connections are acceptable only if flexible lines are adequately supported. Flexible connections
may also be made with swing joints of the required pressure and temperature ratings. Swing joints must be
installed to exact position as shown on the drawings, and in perfect alignment to provide proper operation.

3.9. No welding will be permitted on reservoirs unless shown on the drawings or approved by the Metso Engineer.

3.10. All openings into the hydraulic system must be properly covered to keep out dirt and metal slivers when work
such as drilling, tapping, welding, or brazing is being done on or near the unit.

3.11. To prevent dust or other particles from entering the hydraulic system, all open pipes, tubes or equipment left
overnight or for future connection shall be properly covered. Plastic type plugs or caps, such as "Caplugs"
(Protective Closures Co., Inc.) or approved equal, should be used for temporary protection. Rags or waste
must not be used, as they will deposit lint in the openings.

3.12. Tubing shall be bent to radii as listed in Figure 2. Radii falling outside the acceptable range shall not be used
unless indicated on the drawings or specifically approved by Metso.

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FIGURE 2: TUBING BEND RADIUS

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4. Piping Supports

4.1. Hydraulic piping and tubing shall be adequately supported so as to prevent vibration or movement of piping
and shall be subject to approval by Metso. Recommended maximum support spacing can be found in Figure
3. Consideration should be given to locating supports such that equipment could be removed for
maintenance without the remaining components being inadequately supported.

4.2. All brackets, supports and anchors shall be heavily constructed to prevent vibration or movement of piping.
Piping shall not be welded to supports. Anchors and supports for tubing shall be as shown or noted on the
drawings or specifications. Clamps attaching piping to supports shall be commercially available using
elastomers compatible with the hydraulic fluid being used. Clamps shall be capable of removal for
maintenance of the system. Supports shall be constructed and installed in a manner that will prevent
crushing, distortion or wear of the tubing or piping.

4.3. If not shown on drawings, anchors and supports for tubing shall be located as recommended in Figure 3.
Piping and tubing should be supported as close to each bend as possible. Each side of the bend should be
clamped so as to eliminate thrust in all directions.

FIGURE 3: RECOMMENDED SUPPORT CLAMP SPACING

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5. Installation Cleanliness

5.1. To prevent damage to hydraulic equipment, all piping must be absolutely clean, free from rust, scale, metal
particles and all foreign matter.

5.2. Unless otherwise specified, all steel pipe or tube used for hydraulic piping shall be pickled, neutralized and
oiled before use. Pipe and tubing can be specified as pickled, neutralized, oiled and capped when
purchased. In the event that any piece or pieces would have to be stored for any period of time, pipe ends
are to be plugged to prevent entrance of foreign matter and stored in a manner to maintain integrity of the
seal.

5.3. All piping and tubing not purchased pickled, neutralized and oiled shall be cleaned as thoroughly as possible
on the inside, preferably by means of a rotating wire brush, to remove all scale and rust.

5.4. Immediately before use, pipes, tubes and fittings shall be totally flushed with an approved commercial
degreasing solution.

5.5. If a considerable amount of time is to elapse between cleaning and flushing, a rust inhibitor shall be applied to
the piping. An oil-soluble type shall be used to minimize flushing costs.

5.6. If approved by Metso, new steel tubing and fittings may be cleaned before fabrication by immersing in an
approved commercial degreasing solution and by swabbing the interior of the tube with lintless material to
remove all foreign matter. It shall then be totally oiled to prevent formation of rust until ready for use in the
system.

5.7. Tubing not immediately installed shall have the ends capped to prevent dust or other foreign particles from
collecting inside the tubing. Such piping will not require further cleaning after fabrication, except for flushing.
Hoses and flexible joints shall be inspected and cleaned as directed by the Engineer.

5.8. Systems installed with welded connections shall be pickled in place after installation is complete.

5.9. The compounds or chemicals required for the pickling process must be handled only by a qualified/licensed
person. If no person in the employ of the piping contractor or customer is qualified and licensed industrial
process chemical cleaning services are available for hire. Metso reserves the right to review the
qualifications of the service and personnel.

5.9.1. The Company/Person providing the cleaning service will follow a written and approved method that will
be submitted to the customer and Metso.

5.9.2. General guidelines for cleaning follow:

5.9.2.1. Dangerous chemicals are used in the pickling operations. Chemicals must be kept only in proper
containers and handled with extreme care.

5.9.2.2. All piping shall have an approved industrial cleaning/derusting solution (hydrochloric acid solution)
circulated throughout for a period of at least twelve (12) hours. Continuous circulation will be by
means of a pump. The solution shall not be used at a temperature exceeding that recommended

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by the Manufacturer, otherwise the inhibitor will evaporate. If hydrochloric acid is used, the strength
of the solution will be as specified by the submitted procedure. In general this would be between 5
and 12 percent hydrochloric acid, depending on the condition of the piping.

5.9.2.3. All piping shall be flushed with a neutralizing solution. The Manufacturer's recommendations and
the submitted procedure should be followed for strengths, temperatures and times. Otherwise
sufficient caustic shall be added, in solution, to neutralize the acid that remains in the piping.

5.9.2.4. All solution shall be drained completely from the piping and piping shall be flushed with ample
clean, cold water.

5.9.2.5. All piping shall be dried with hot or very dry air (dew point 0°F). Air shall be circulated until the
piping is thoroughly dry.

5.10. If a considerable amount of time is to elapse between cleaning and flushing the system and system
operation, a rust inhibitor shall be applied to the piping. An oil-soluble type shall be used to minimize flushing
costs.

5.11. Piping not immediately placed in operation shall have any openings capped or plugged to prevent dust or
other foreign particles from collecting inside the tubing.

6. Installation

6.1. This section covers minimum specifications for the installation of piping systems where a liquid is used as
power transmission medium. In addition to the general requirements set forth in the other installation Articles,
the details of this section must be applied by Contractor when installing Hydraulic Piping Systems. When
Hydraulic Systems are provided, they shall be installed complete with (but not necessarily limited to)
cylinders, pumps, valves, valve stands, tanks, filters, etc. System components used by Contractor in the
installation of any system shall be compatible with the fluid specified for the particular system.

6.2. Where not covered or amended by this Specification, installation of all hydraulic power supplies, system
piping, equipment, and accessories shall conform to the latest issue of ISO 4413 Hydraulic Fluid Power –
General rules relating to systems, NFPA/T2.24.1 Hydraulic Fluid Power – Systems for stationary industrial
machinery and with Metso specifications. Welded connections on pipe and tube and connections to vessels
(reservoirs) shall comply with ASME B31.3 Process Piping Chapter V with the exception of Paragraph
328.3.2 and 328.3. Weld backing material and consumable inserts will not be allowed. Structural welding
(non-fluid carrying) shall be to AWS D1.1 specifications. Installation or installation methods not covered
herein or not specified in the above referenced documents must be approved by Metso.

6.3. Hydraulic systems must be designed and properly installed for a maximum operating pressure which shall not
be less than 33.3 percent above normal working pressure. For example, if a system is to operate normally at
a pressure of 750 psi (52.5 kg/cm), each system must be designed and installed for a maximum operating
pressure of 1000 psi (70.0 kg/cm).

6.4. Unless otherwise specified, interconnecting hydraulic piping between machines and valve stands, and all
valves and hydraulic piping units, shall be furnished and installed by Contractor in accordance with Metso flow
diagrams and piping details.

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6.5. Hoses must be provided where there is movement or vibration that could cause breakage of pipe lines.
Hoses must be installed as shown on piping detail or installation drawings.

6.6. Flexible lines shall be restrained or confined if their failure might constitute a hazard to personnel and/or
equipment.

6.7. Pipe bends should be used whenever possible, using elbows only where required by space limitations.
Wherever possible, straight line tubing connections between components or anchor points shall be avoided,
especially in short runs.

6.8. All piping and tubing connections shall be installed, where practical, to permit quick removal and re-assembly
by means of hand tools and shall be removable without dismantling equipment components.

6.9. Where practical, all piping shall be pitched at least 1% or 1 1/4" per 10 ft. (10 mm per 1000 mm), to drain
back to the receiving or circulation tank.

6.10. Pressure seals shall be installed where required during assembly, but only after final cleaning. Thread
compound as specified in the METSO FLUID-MATERIAL PIPING CODE listed in the piping unit for the order
shall be used. Alternate thread compound may be used only with the approval of Metso Engineering
approval.

6.11. Pressure switch assemblies, howlers, mercury differential pressure switches and other instruments are to be
mounted on solid supports at an accessible location at each system. Means for dampening vibrations caused
by equipment and/or services in operations shall be adopted and provided to positively assure that such
vibrations do not affect instruments.

6.12. No connections to plant main lines are to be made by the Contractor without first securing a specific
authorization by Metso and the Customer. After said authorization, any such connection must be made by the
Contractor only under Metso' or the Customer's supervision and at such time designated by Metso or the
Customer. Proper lock-out procedures must be followed.

6.13. The Contractor is in no case permitted to open or close valves which are part of any existing utility, process
or service system. Metso personnel will provide for all valve opening and closing.

6.14. Arrow symbols as cast on side of speed control valve indicate controlled flow. Consequently, speed control
valves must be installed as to agree with arrows shown near each speed control valve and on the drawings.

6.15. After systems are started and in operation, all valves shall have packing glands and nuts properly tightened
and adjusted to prevent leakage.

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7. Flushing

7.1. After completion of the installation, which shall include all hangers, supports, etc., and, before placing the
system in operation, the system shall be flushed according to the procedures specified in this section and in
general by ASTM D-4174 Standard Practice for Cleaning, Flushing, and purification of Petroleum Fluid
Hydraulic Systems.

7.2. The entire system shall be thoroughly inspected. All items, which may cause difficulties, such as air pockets,
low points, equipment to be by-passed, etc., shall be noted during the inspection.

7.3. All receiving or circulating tanks shall be totally cleaned of all dust, dirt, rust or foreign material, using lintless
wiping cloths only. Use of waste or rags shall not be permitted.

7.4. Remove or by-pass any equipment which may be damaged or blocked by contamination during the flushing
operation. In particular remove or by-pass all operating, regulating and governing valves, fluid motors, heat
exchangers, intensifiers, and gages where contamination could accumulate. By-passed connections must be
made as close as possible to the equipment so that all piping will be flushed. To eliminate dead ends,
jumpers shall connect all long leads to the drains.

7.5. The receiving or circulating tank shall be filled approximately one-half full with an approved flushing fluid. The
resulting level shall be maintained at all times during the flushing operation.

7.6. Start the flushing operation. Continue for 24 hours. Different lengths of time may be required in special
cases and Metso will direct in such cases. Throughout this operation all steel pipe lines in the system shall be
hammered sharply over their entire length to loosen scale. Hammering operation shall be maintained during 2
hours in the first 8 hours of the flushing period and during 2 additional hours in the next 8 hours of the flushing
period. Tubing lines shall be regularly inspected but not hammered. Filters must be inspected regularly and
cleaned when necessary. All leaks shall be noted and repaired.

7.7. After flushing the system, drain all lines to the receiving or circulating tank. All pockets or low sections shall
be dismantled and manually cleaned to remove all sludge.

7.8. Totally clean the receiving or circulating tank with lintless cloths. Totally clean each and all cleanable filters, using
a solvent where required and blowing out with compressed air. Replace all throw-away elements. Remove and
totally clean relief valves, by-pass valves, and all other valves used in the flushing operation. Also, remove and
totally clean all valves, which were closed during the flushing operation. In particular, all pockets in gate and
check valves shall be totally cleaned. Manually clean all sections of pipe, which were "dead ended" or
"by-passed" by closed valves or other means during the flushing operation. Remove all bypasses and jumpers
and reconnect or replace all piping, tubing, and equipment for normal operation of the system.

7.9. The receiving or circulation tank shall be filled to capacity with the recommended hydraulic fluid and the system
shall be considered ready for performance testing at full operating pressure and with all equipment in operation.

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REFERENCES

AWS D1.1
STRUCTURAL WELDING CODE

ASTM STANDARDS
ASTM A-53
PIPE, STEEL BLACK AND HOT DIPPED, ZINC-COATED WELDED AND SEAMLESS
ASTM A-178
ELECTRIC-RESISTANCE–WELDED CARBON STEEL AND CARBON-MAGANESE STEEL
BOILER TUBES
ASTM A-179
SEAMLESS COLD-DRAWN LOW-CARBON STEEL HEAT-EXCHANGER AND CONDENSER
TUBES
ASTM D-4174
CLEANING, FLUSHING, AND PURIFICATION OF PETROLEUM FLUID HYDRAULIC
SYSTEMS

ASME STANDARDS
ASME B31.3 – CHAPTER V
PROCESS PIPING

NFPA (National Fluid Power Association) STANDARDS


NFPA/T2.24.1
INSTALLATIONS AND SYSTEMS

ISO STANDARDS
ISO 4413
INSTALLATIONS AND SYSTEMS

HISTORY: Issue 01 03/24/06


This is a re-issue of METSO document PS-GS-R2.doc
ISSUE 12/22/83 BULLETIN PS-HT-1
ISSUE 10/11/05
UPDATE TO ELECTRONIC VERSION. CHANGED ALL KVS REFERENCES TO METSO.
UPDATED CONTENT.

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