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EuropeanEuropean PressurePressure EquipmentEquipment DirectiveDirective 97/23/EC97/23/EC(PED)(PED)
EuropeanEuropean PressurePressure
EquipmentEquipment DirectiveDirective
97/23/EC97/23/EC(PED)(PED)
ImplementationImplementation
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BRIEFBRIEF GUIDEGUIDE TOTO PEDPED Who is responsible for meeting its requirements? The manufacturer of the
BRIEFBRIEF GUIDEGUIDE TOTO PEDPED
Who is responsible for meeting its requirements?
The manufacturer of the equipment.
(Note that compliance with ‘harmonised’ CEN standards gives presumption of conformity).
Who is responsible for assessing conformity?
(1) ‘Notified Bodies’or NOBOs (Inspection bodies of manufacturers and purchasers approved by
national governments and employed by the equipment manufacturer at his expense).
(2) ‘User Inspectorates’ who may undertake the inspection activities of the Notified Body in certain
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circumstances (approved governments and employed by the purchaser for his own procurement only).
How do we know equipment conforms?
Most equipment will carry a CE mark affixed by the manufacturer and be accompanied by an ‘EC
declaration of conformity’; where appropriate a ‘certificate of conformity’ will be issued by the Notified
Body.
When did it become effective?
Voluntary from 29th November 1999, mandatory from 29th May 2002.
PEDPED ScopeScope • Classification, choose hazard category for product • Essential safety requirements in Annex
PEDPED ScopeScope
• Classification, choose hazard category for product
• Essential safety requirements in Annex 1 are:-
– Design
– Materials
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Manufacturing e.g., casting, welding, N.D.E.
Marking and labelling
– Testing
– Operating Instructions
• Approval routes, with NOBO (Lloyds, TUV etc).
YPSYPS LangleyLangley InitialInitial ConditionsConditions • Low volumes manufactured and modified for Projects and
YPSYPS LangleyLangley InitialInitial ConditionsConditions
• Low volumes manufactured and modified for Projects and
MRO, with a wide range of designs.
• ISO 9001 system.(design-make-test)
• NB 0.5”-30” Gate, Globe Check valves
• ASME Class150-2500
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• Bolted and welded products.
• ASTM Castings, tubing, forgings and plate.
• 3.1B body shell (traceable),
2.2 Bolting & Trim (conformity)
WhichWhich HazardHazard Category?Category? • Preference to produce valves for all applications using nearly identical
WhichWhich HazardHazard Category?Category?
• Preference to produce valves for all applications using
nearly identical requirements.
• Full service conditions for valves is not normally known.
• YPS-Langley decision is to qualify valves to highest
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appropriate category.
CategoryCategory SelectionSelection UsingUsing GroupGroup 11 GasesGases Cat I Cat II Cat III 400 16” 150#
CategoryCategory SelectionSelection UsingUsing GroupGroup 11 GasesGases
Cat I
Cat II
Cat III
400
16”
150#
300#
600#
800-4500#
14”
350
12”
300
10”
250
Cat I or II + unstable gases = Cat III
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Category III
200
8”
6”
150
100
4”
Category II
50
Category I
2”
25
1”
SOUND ENGINEERING PRACTICE - CE MARKING NOT
PERMITTED
ART 3.3
0
0
10
20
30
40
50
60
70
80
90
100
110
120
130
Design Pressure(Bar g)
•See following table for definition of Group 1 gases and other fluids
Nominal Pipe Size
CLASSIFICATIONCLASSIFICATION OFOF FLUIDSFLUIDS GASES LIQUIDS GROUP ONE • GROUP ONE • EXPLOSIVE • EXPLOSIVE
CLASSIFICATIONCLASSIFICATION OFOF FLUIDSFLUIDS
GASES
LIQUIDS
GROUP ONE
• GROUP ONE
• EXPLOSIVE
• EXPLOSIVE
• EXTREMELY FLAMMABLE
• EXTREMELY FLAMMABLE
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HIGHLY FLAMMABLE
HIGHLY FLAMMABLE
VERY TOXIC
VERY TOXIC
• TOXIC
• TOXIC
• OXIDISING
GROUP TWO
• OXIDISING
GROUP TWO
• OTHERS
• OTHERS (INCLUDING STEAM)
ProductProduct CategoryCategory SummarySummary • 0.5”-1”(DN15-25) sound engineering practice (S.E.P) CE marking is
ProductProduct CategoryCategory SummarySummary
• 0.5”-1”(DN15-25) sound engineering practice (S.E.P) CE
marking is not allowed for this size range.
• 1.1/4”-30”(DN32-800) Category III, CE marked.
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QualificationQualification RouteRoute • Approval route, depends on hazard category and manufacturing environment. •
QualificationQualification RouteRoute
• Approval route, depends on hazard category and
manufacturing environment.
• NOBO for approval process.
• For ISO 9001 companies the simplest route for Category
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III compliance is the module H audit route.
AssessmentAssessment ModuleModule DefinitionDefinition KEY TO THE REQUIREMENTS OF CONFORMITY ASSESSMENT MODULES MODULE
AssessmentAssessment ModuleModule DefinitionDefinition
KEY TO THE REQUIREMENTS OF CONFORMITY ASSESSMENT MODULES
MODULE
DESIGN
PRODUCTION
A
Technical documentation
Internal production control.
A1
Technical documentation
Internal production control with
monitoring of the final assessment.
B
Type examination
B1
Design examination
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C1
Monitoring of final assessment.
D
Quality assurance for production,
final inspection and test.
D1
Technical documentation
Quality assurance for production,
final inspection and test.
E
Quality assurance for final inspection
and test.
E1
Technical documentation
Quality assurance for final inspection
and test.
F
Product verification.
G
Unit verification
Unit verification.
H
Quality assurance for design, manufacture, final inspection and test
H1
Quality assurance for design, manufacture, final inspection and test
with design examination and monitoring of final assessment.
AssessmentAssessment ModulesModules NecessaryNecessary byby SafetySafety CategoryCategory Conformity assessment modules
AssessmentAssessment ModulesModules NecessaryNecessary byby
SafetySafety CategoryCategory
Conformity assessment modules are the means by which the manufacturer
demonstrates compliance with the requirements of the Directive, and they effectively
determine the level of quality assurance applied.
SUMMARY OF THE CONFORMITY ASSESSMENT MODULES
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CATEGORY I
CATEGORY II
CATEGORY III
CATEGORY IV
MODULE
MODULES
MODULES
MODULES
A
A1
B1 + D
B
+ D
D1
B1 + F
B
+ F
E1
B + E
G
B + C1
H1
H
Cat.Cat. IIIIII ValveValve CertificationCertification • Body-shell: (body, bonnet, pipe stubs, connectors, bypasses):
Cat.Cat. IIIIII ValveValve CertificationCertification
• Body-shell: (body, bonnet, pipe stubs, connectors,
bypasses):
– Traceable, material test report EN 10204 - 3.1B
• Trim: (seats, obturator - disc/wedge/ball/plug):
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Non Traceable, material conformity.
• Bolting:
– Batch traceability, material test report EN 10204 - 3.1B
MaterialsMaterials • The PED gives manufacturers three routes. They can either :- – use materials,
MaterialsMaterials
• The PED gives manufacturers three routes. They can
either :-
– use materials, which comply with Harmonized standards
– use materials covered by a European approval of pressure
equipment materials in accordance with Article 11
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carry out a particular material appraisal.
MaterialsMaterials – Euro materials have 27J charpy impact test values at min. design temp. (max
MaterialsMaterials
– Euro materials have 27J charpy impact test values at min.
design temp. (max 20C), and min 14% elongation.
– Min temp. must allow for upset conditions such as
depressurisation.
ASTM bodyshell and trim materials listed in EN 1503-2-2000
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(EAM).
Covers most common ASTM piping materials:
A105, A106, A182, A216, A217, A312, A335, A350, A351,
A352……A479, A515, A516……A696……A739….
WeldingWelding • NOBO for approval of WPS, PQR, to EN288, PQR includes charpy impact test
WeldingWelding
• NOBO for approval of WPS, PQR, to EN288, PQR
includes charpy impact test 27J at min design temp <
20C equal to parent material.
• Design joint efficiencies depending on extent of NDE
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0.7 for visual
– 0.85 for random appropriate NDE
– 1.0 for 100% appropriate NDE
• Heat treatment to maintain physical properties.
InstructionsInstructions • Installation precautions. • Maintenance, lubrication, seal replacement /adjustment •
InstructionsInstructions
• Installation precautions.
• Maintenance, lubrication, seal replacement /adjustment
• Advice of potential hazards
• Explanation of valve markings
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• Language - English for UK, should be in language of
country
PhasingPhasing inin PhasingPhasing OutOut • 0.5”-1”(DN15-25) nothing changed. • 1.1/2” and larger (DN40 +)
PhasingPhasing inin PhasingPhasing OutOut
• 0.5”-1”(DN15-25) nothing changed.
• 1.1/2” and larger (DN40 +) changes included:
– CE Nameplate:Min & Max Pressure/Temperature Ratings,
Materials, DN, Design Standard, Valve Type, Serial No.
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CE Certificate Statement of Compliance
Batch traceable bolting
• Material at end user before May 2002 is exempt from
requirements.
PEDPED ChecklistChecklist • NOBO selected was LRQA • Audit route selected module H • CE
PEDPED ChecklistChecklist
• NOBO selected was LRQA
• Audit route selected module H
• CE marking commenced first half 2001.
• Initial audit completed.
• Latest audit complete 2005.
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Issues for interpretation:
• Stem material certification
FURTHERFURTHER READINGREADING Valve Purchaser’s Guide to the European Pressure Equipment Directive EEMUA
FURTHERFURTHER READINGREADING
Valve Purchaser’s Guide to the European Pressure Equipment
Directive
EEMUA
Publication No. 196:1999
Guidance Notes on the EC Pressure Equipment Directive (97/23/EC)
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DTI December 1997
The Pressure Equipment Regulations
S.I. 1999 No. 2001
Guidelines on the Interpretation of the Pressure Equipment Directive
B.V.A.M.A.

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