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‘Energy General Operation & Maintenance Manual es T3 Model 6012 Ram BOP 73-1251035_ Rev G 08 Sep 2010 Revisions noted in ali6S Ie. Energy General Operation & Maintenance Manual panniers T3 Model 6012 Ram BOP Fray Serene AR TABLE OF CONTENTS 4.0 PRODUCT DESCRIPTION .. 2.0 CLOSURE BOLTING TORQUE REQUIRMENTS . 3.0 HYDRAULIC OPERATING DATA . = 4.0 OPERATION & INSTALLATION PROCEDURES . 9 44 PREPARATION . 4.2 INSTALLATION 5.0 ASSEMBLY PROCEDURE .. 5.1 PREPARATION PRIOR TO ASSEMBLY 10 5.2 BONNET ASSEMBLY 10-12 6.0 DISASSEMBLY PROCEDURE 12 6.1 BOP DISASSEMBLY 12 6.2 BONNET DISASSEMBLY . 13-20 7.0 TANDEM SHEAR BOOSTER .. 74 DESIGN FEATURES 7.2 HYDRAULIC OPERATION & INSTALLATION 24 73 TANDEM SHEAR BOOSTER PARTS LIST. 22 74 TANDEM SHEAR BOOSTER ASSEMBLY. . 23-26 8.0 MOVING & STORAGE... 9.0 TROUBLESHOOTING .. 9.1 GENERAL INFORMATION 9.2 COMMON PROBLEMS 28 .. 28-30 Page 1 of 30 73-1251035 Rev G 08 Sep 2010, ‘Energy General Operation & Maintenance Manual k~/ Services T3 Model 6012 Ram BOP 4.0 PRODUCT DESCRIPTION ‘The T3 Model 6012 Ram Type Blowout Preventer (BOP) is used to contain wellbore pressure in land and platform driling operations. The rams in T3 Model 6012 BOP are hydraulically operated and pressure energized. Wellbore pressure acts on the rams to increase sealing force and maintain the wellbore seal in the event of hydraulic pressure loss. As the wellbore pressure increases, seal integrity is improved. ‘The T3 Model 6012 BOP is designed to use hydraulic pressure to open and close the rams. The same hydraulic system is used to access the rams for a quick ram change operation. The pressure applied via the CLOSE port to close the rams also opens the bonnet when the bonnet bolts are removed (Figure 2). When the bonnet is opened to the fully extended position, the ram is clear of the body and is accessible for removal. In the same manner, the pressure applied via the OPEN port to open the rams closes the bonnet when itis extended (Figure 3). During this operation, the rams are moved away from the body faces before the bonnet begins to move toward the body faces. This insures that the rams do not obstruct the bore or interfere with pipe in the wellbore. 2.0 CLOSURE BOLTING TORQUE REQUIREMENTS ‘The T3 Model 6012 BOP requires that the bonnet bolts are torque to specific specifications to insure that the bonnet gasket will perform as designed. The torque values shown in Table 1 are dependant upon the type of lubricant used on the bolt threads. T3 recommends a molylube, which is petroleum based lubricant containing 70% or more Molybdenum Disulfide. An API SA type lube can also be used, but the torque requirements are greater. The bonnet bolts shall be torque in the pattern shown in Figure 1 Torque requirements for the intermediate flange to bonnet cap screws are shown in Table 2. These fasteners shall be torque in an alternating pattern to insure even tightening, All values listed in Tables 1 & 2 are #10% Figure 1 Bonnet Bolt Torquing Sequence Page 2 of 30 73-1251035 Rev G 08 Sep 2010,