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TABLE OF CONTENTS

1.0 SCOPE

2.0 CROSS REFERENCES

3.0 APPLICABLE CODES AND STANDARDS

3.1 Saudi Arabian Standards Organization (SASO)
3.2 American Society of Testing Material (ASTM)
3.3 Other International Standards

4.0 MATERIALS AND SURFACE PREPARATION

4.1 Reinforcement
4.2 Portland Cement
4.3 Sand
4.4 Mixing Water
4.5 Curing Compound
4.6 Paint
4.7 Surface Preparation
4.8 Admixtures

5.0 MORTAR LINING

5.1 Cement Mortar
5.2 Thickness
5.3 Equipment
5.4 Machine Lining
5.5 Lining of Specials
5.6 Defective Lining
5.7 Curing of Lining
5.8 Mortar Lining Test Cylinders

6.0 HANDLING

6.1 Manufacture
6.2 Delivery

7.0 TESTING REQUIREMENTS AND SUBMITTALS

7.1 Testing Requirements
7.2 Submittals

8.0 DATA SCHEDULE


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1.0 SCOPE

1.1 This Transmission Material Standard Specification (TMSS) specifies the minimum
requirements for shop-applied internal cement mortar lining of Steel pipe to be used in
the underground piping for fire protection system of the Saudi Electricity COMPANY
(SEC) in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.

1.2 This specification defines the requirements for shop application of cement mortar lining
to the internal surfaces of steel pipe. It includes materials, surface preparation,
application and testing.

1.3 This specification does not address coating external pipe surfaces or field application of
lining.


2.0 CROSS REFERENCES

This Transmission Material Standard Specification shall be read in conjunction with the latest
revisions of SEC General Specification No. 01-TMSS-01, titled "General Requirements for All
Equipment/ Materials" which shall be considered as an integral part of this TMSS.

This TMSS shall also be read in conjunction with SEC Purchase Order or Contract Schedules
for project, as applicable.


3.0 APPLICABLE CODES AND STANDARDS

The latest revisions/amendments of the following Codes and Standards at the time of bidding or
purchase shall be applicable for the equipment/material covered in this TMSS. In case of
conflict, the vendor/manufacturer may propose equipment/material conforming to one group of
Industry Codes and Standards quoted hereunder without jeopardizing the requirement of this
TMSS.

3.1 Saudi Arabian Standards Organization (SASO)

3.1.1 SASO 143 Portland Cement, Ordinary and Rapid Hardening

3.1.2 SASO 224 Steel Fabric for Reinforcement of Concrete


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3.2 American Society of Testing Material (ASTM)

3.2.1 ASTM A 82 Specification for Steel Wire, Plain, for Concrete Reinforcement

3.2.2 ASTM A 185 Specification for Steel Welded Wire, Fabric, Plain, for Concrete
Reinforcement

3.2.3 ASTM A 496 Specification for Steel Wire, Deformed, for Concrete
Reinforcement

3.2.4 ASTM A 497 Specification for Steel Welded Wire Fabric, Deformed, for
Concrete Reinforcement

3.2.5 ASTM A 641 Specification for Zinc-Coated (Galvanized) Carbon Steel Wire

3.2.6 ASTM C 31 Standard Practice for Making and Curing Concrete Tests
Specimen in the Field

3.2.7 ASTM C 33 Specification for Concrete Aggregates

3.2.8 ASTM C 35 Specification for Inorganic Aggregates for Use in Gypsum Plaster

3.2.9 ASTM C 39 Test Method for Compressive Strength of Cylindrical Concrete
Specimens

3.2.10 ASTM C 136 Test Method for Sieve Analysis of Fine and Course Aggregates

3.2.11 ASTM C 142 Test Method for Clay Lumps and Friable Particles in Aggregates

3.2.12 ASTM C 150 Specification for Portland Cement

3.2.13 ASTM C 172 Method of Sampling Freshly Mixed Concrete

3.2.14 ASTM C 309 Specification for Liquid Membrane-Forming Compounds for
Curing Concrete

3.2.15 ASTM C 494 Specification for Chemical Admixtures for Concrete



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3.3 Other International Standards

3.3.1 AASHTO M 148 Types of Curing Agents Materials.

3.3.2 ACI 212.3R Chemical Admixture for Concrete

3.3.3 AWWA C 205 Cement-Mortar Protective Lining and Coating for Steel
Water Pipe - 4 in. and Larger - Shop Applied

3.3.4 BS 812, Part 117 Water Soluble Chloride Salts

3.3.5 BS 812, Part 118 Sulfate Content

3.3.6 BS 6319 Part 3 Testing of Resin Compositions for Use in Construction
Part 3: Methods for Measurement of Modulus of Elasticity
in Flexure and Flexural Strength

3.3.7 BS 8110 Part 1 Test Method for Liquid Membrane-Forming Compounds
Curing efficiency

3.3.8 SIS-05-59-00 Pictorial Surface Preparation Standard

3.3.9 Water Regulatory Advisory Scheme (WRAS) (Formerly W.R.C)

Test Reports for Materials as Suitable for Use in Contact
With Potable Water

3.3.10 SSPC SP1 Solvent Clearing

3.3.11 SSPC SP6 Commercial Blast Cleaning

3.3.12 SSPC SP10 Near White Metal Blast



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4.0 MATERIALS AND SURFACE PREPARATION

4.1 Reinforcement

4.1.1 Wire-fabric reinforcement for lining of specials shall be 2 X 4 W 0.5 welded
wire fabric. The wire shall conform to SASO/SSA 224 and/or ASTM A 185 or
ASTM A 497.

4.1.2 Ribbon-mesh reinforcement for lining of specials shall be 25 mm X 25 mm mesh
of 18-gauge wire or 38 mm X 38 mm mesh of 17-gauge wire. The wire shall
conform to the requirements of SASO/SSA 224 and/or ASTM A82. Mesh shall
not be crimped.

4.2 Portland Cement

Portland cement shall conform to the requirements of SASO 143 and/or ASTM C 150,
Type V.

4.3 Sand

Sand shall consist of inert materials having hard, strong, durable, uncoated grains
conforming to ASTM C 33. Sand shall be fine aggregate as defined in ASTM C 136.
Deleterious substances shall not exceed the following limits:



Properties

Maximum limits

Clay lumps and Friable Particles

3.00% by weight

Acid Soluble Chlorides Cl

0.06% by weight

Acid Soluble Sulfates SO
3


0.40% by weight

4.4 Mixing Water

Water shall be clean, colorless and free from injurious quantities of organic matter,
alkali, salt or other impurities that might reduce the strength, durability, or other
desirable qualities of the mortar. Mixing water shall not contain more than 500 ppm of
total dissolved solids. Water shall be as per 70-TMSS-03.


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4.5 Curing Compound

High efficiency curing compound shall be used for curing cement-mortar lining. It shall
be resin based and available in various pigmented grades, giving 90% or greater curing
efficiency when tested to BS 7542 and complying with BS 8110 part 1, ASTM C 309
and AASHTO M 148. The aluminized grade should comply with the DTp Specifications
for Highway Works. If the cement coated steel Pipe is to be used for potable water, it
should comply with the requirements of the United Kingdom Water fittings By-laws
Scheme and listed in the Directory of Materials.

4.6 Paint

The paint or other materials to prevent the rusting of steel surfaces at holdbacks or
mortar lining before pipe installation shall be quick-drying, corrosion-resistant material
with good bonding properties to steel and shall dry tack-free and smooth within 4 hours
after application.

The paint shall be fire proof and compatible with potable water, and shall be used only
after approval by the COMPANY Representative.

4.7 Surface Preparation

All surfaces to be cement mortar lined shall be cleaned in accordance with St 2 1/2 of
SIS-05-59-00 at the time of application of the cement mortar.

4.8 Admixtures

Admixtures shall be as per ASTM C 494, Type A or D.



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5.0 MORTAR LINING

5.1 Cement Mortar

Cement mortar shall be composed of cement, sand and water, well mixed and of proper
consistency to obtain a dense, homogeneous lining that will adhere firmly to the pipe
surface. If an admixture is to be used, it shall be subject to review and acceptance by the
COMPANY. Proportions of sand to cement shall not be more than 3 parts sand to 1 part
cement, by weight with a modified styrene butadiene rubber emulsion with the
following requirements as given in the Table.

Range
Min-Max (N/mm
2
)
Test Method Parameter
28.0- 35.0 BS 6319, Part 2
Compressive Strength

2.7- 3.3 ASTM C 190 Tensile strength

7.9- 9.0 BS 6319, Part 3 Flexural strength

2.6 -20.0 BS 6319, Part 4 Slant shear bond
Max. 0.15% of
cement by weight BS 812
Soluble Chloride- (Cl)
Content

To improve chemical resistance of cement mortar lining, SEC approval shall be
obtained by submitting the technical information for the different materials with
supporting documents with the guarantees as required by the COMPANY.

5.2 Thickness

5.2.1 Cement mortar lining shall be uniform in thickness, except at joints or other
discontinuities in the pipe wall. Lining thickness and tolerance shall be as listed
in Table 1. Ends of lining shall be left square and uniform with regard to the
longitudinal axis of the pipe.


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Table 1 - Cement-Mortar Lining Thickness and Tolerance

Nominal Pipe Size in mm Lining Thickness in mm Tolerance mm
100-250 6 -1.6 +3.2
280-580 8 -1.6+3.2
600-900 10 -1.6 +3.2
Greater than 900 13 -1.6 +3.2

The thickness of the lining shall be checked at site and approved by the
COMPANY Representative.

5.2.2 For sleeved pipe, there shall be no cutback. The cement mortar lining shall be
flush with the end of the pipe.

5.2.3 For pipe that has been specifically designated for butt welding, the cement
mortar lining shall be cut back a minimum of 10 mm to a maximum of 25 mm
from the end of the pipe.

5.3 Equipment

5.3.1 Lining

Straight sections of pipe shall be lined by use of a spinning machine specifically
designed and built for the purpose of rotating the pipe section and centrifugally
applying cement-mortar linings to the interior of the steel pipe or by a method
known to provide equivalent results

5.3.2 Mixing

The mortar shall be mixed in batches. The amount of cement and sand entering
into each batch shall be measured by weight. The quantity of water entering the
mixer shall be measured automatically by an adjustable device, or it shall be
otherwise measured to ensure that the correct quantity of water is being added.
the mix shall be used only after COMPANY Representative's approval.

5.4 Machine Lining

5.4.1 Bracing

When required to prevent distortion or vibration during the spinning, each
section of pipe shall be suitably braced with external supports appropriate to the
equipment.


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5.4.2 Placement

In application of lining by machine, the entire quantity of mortar required for
completion of the lining of the section of pipe shall be placed without
interruption.

5.4.3 Finish

After the mortar has been distributed to a uniform thickness, the rotation speed
shall be increased to produce a dense mortar with a smooth surface.

5.4.4 Surplus Water

Provision shall be made for removal of surplus water by air blowing, tilting of
the pipe, or other methods approved by the COMPANY.

5.5 Lining of Specials

5.5.1 General

The application of cement-mortar lining to miters, angles, bends, reducers and
other special sections, the shape of which precludes application by the spinning
process, shall be accomplished by mechanical placement, pneumatic placement,
or hand application and finished to produce a smooth, dense surface.

5.5.2 Reinforcement

Wire-fabric reinforcement or ribbon-mesh reinforcement shall be applied to the
interior of fittings larger than 610 mm and shall be secured at frequent intervals
by tack welding to the pipe, by clips, or by wire. Repaired areas of machine
applied linings at miters, pipe ends, outlets and other cuts made in the lining for
fabrication of the fitting need not be reinforced if the width of the repair area
does not exceed 300 mm. Repairs for widths exceeding 150 mm shall be bonded
to the steel and adjacent faces of the lining with a bonding agent.

5.5.3 Thickness

Thickness shall be as required for spun lining straight sections, except that it
may be varied by feathering or filleting to a smooth transition with adjoining
sections of pipe.


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5.5.4 Handwork

Cement mortar for handwork shall be of the same materials and in the same
sand-cement proportions as the mortar for machine lining except that plaster
sand conforming to ASTM C 35 may be used in place of sand conforming to
ASTM C 33. Areas shall be cleaned to remove loose or other foreign matter that
would interfere with the adherence of the cement-mortar and, if necessary, shall
be moistened with water just before the placing of the mortar.

5.6 Defective Lining

5.6.1 General

All defects including but not restricted to sand pockets, voids, oversanded areas,
blisters and cracking as a result of impacts, shall be cut out and replaced by hand
or pneumatic placement to the same thickness as required for the mortar lining.

5.6.2 Lining Cracks

Temperature and shrinkage cracks in the mortar lining less than 1.6 mm in width
need not be repaired. Cracks wider than 1.6 mm need not be repaired if it can be
demonstrated to the satisfaction of the COMPANY that the cracks will heal
autogenously under continuous soaking in water. The autogenous healing
process may be demonstrated by any procedure that keeps the lining of the pipe
continually wet or moist. Pipe used in the demonstration shall be representative
of the pipe to be supplied, and water for the moistening of the pipe shall be
chemically similar to the water to be carried in the pipeline.

5.7 Curing of Lining

5.7.1 General

Immediately after completion of spinning, the pipe sections shall be moved to a
curing area. Care shall be taken to prevent any damage. Linings shall be
acceleratedly cured or moist cured. Accelerated curing or moist curing may be
used interchangeably on a time-ratio basis of 5-1/3 hours of moist curing to 1
hour of accelerated curing, except that moist curing may be used only if the
minimum ambient temperature exceeds 5C continuously during the required
minimum curing period. In any case, lining shall be kept continually moist until
the completion of the minimum specified curing period.


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5.7.2 Moist Curing

On arrival at the curing area, but not later than 30 minutes after completion of
the lining operation, pipe ends shall be covered with plastic or wet burlap. No
credit shall be allowed for any time during which the temperature drops below
10C. The lining shall be kept moist for four days before shipment. The ends of
the pipe sections shall be kept closed during the curing period, with plastic end
caps except when sprinkling heads are used or accelerated curing is being
substituted. If the plastic end caps are installed at that time, they can be used for
shipping to the jobsite as indicated in Section 6.2.2. The SUPPLIER shall
exercise care and diligence to avoid drying out or cracking of the lining.

5.7.3 Accelerated Curing

Accelerated curing may begin immediately on arrival of the pipe at the curing
area, but the temperature of the pipe shall not exceed 32C for 3 hours or until
the mortar has taken its final set, whichever occurs first. The lining shall be
cured for a total period of 18 hours before shipment.

5.7.4 Alternative Curing Methods

Alternative curing methods may be substituted provided that the method used
produces as cured lining equivalent to that set forth in Section 5.7.2 and Section
5.7.3.

5.8 Mortar Lining Test Cylinders

5.8.1 Mortar Test Cylinders

A set of at least two standard test cylinders, 150 mm in diameter by 300 mm in
length, shall be made each day from the mortar lining for each shift to satisfy the
7-day and 28-day strength quality control requirements of Section 5.8.4. The
mortar shall be removed from the mix in accordance ASTM C 172 or samples
may be prepared by omitting sufficient water from the production mix to obtain
25 mm to 75 mm slump. Test cylinders shall be made in conformance with
ASTM C 31. The test cylinders shall be cured with the pipe at the same
temperature and for the same total length of time. Other sized cylinders, such as
50 mm X 100 mm, may be used to test compressive strength.


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5.8.2 Centrifugal Test Cylinders

Centrifugally spun test cylinders may be substituted for mortar test cylinders.
Test cylinders shall be spun about their longitudinal axes in 150 mm diameter by
300 mm long steel molds at a speed that will simulate the compaction of mortar
in the lining to produce a spun cylinder wall thickness of at least 38 mm. The net
cross sectional area of the hollow cylinder shall be used to determine its
compressive strength. Damaged cylinders shall not be tested.

5.8.3 Test Cylinders

All test cylinders shall be tested in accordance with ASTM C 39 by an approved
independent testing laboratory unless the supplier has approved testing facilities
at the work site. In such an event, the test shall be conducted by the supplier. All
cylinder tests shall be conducted at the expense of the supplier. Certified test
reports will be submitted by the supplier if required by the contract documents of
the COMPANY. Tests ordered by the COMPANY in addition to those required
in Section 5.8.1 shall be at the expense of the COMPANY. Retests shall be the
supplier's responsibility.

5.8.4 Strength of Mortar Lining

Mortar test cylinders shall attain a minimum compressive strength of 18 MPa in
7 days and 31 MPa in 28 days. Pipe made with mortar lining that does not meet
the strength requirements set forth herein shall be subject to rejection. The
average of any 10 consecutive strength tests of cylinders representing each
mortar mix shall be equal to or greater than the specified strength, and not more
than 20 percent of the strength tests shall have values less than the specified
strength. No cylinder test result shall be less than 80 percent of the specified
strength.

If the 7-day test specimen shows 28-day strength values, then the 28-day test
need not be completed.


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6.0 HANDLING


6.1 Manufacture

During the entire period of the application of the lining and the curing thereof, the
section shall be carefully supported and handled to avoid damage to the mortar. If a pipe
section must be moved, such operation shall be done with every reasonable precaution
to protect against damage. Any damaged portion of the lining shall be cut out and
replaced.


6.2 Delivery

6.2.1 Care shall be exercised during loading, hauling and unloading to prevent damage
to any of the components of the completed pipe. Pipe and specials shall be
suitably braced, supported to provide sufficient bearing area to prevent damage
to the lining and tied to prevent shifting or distortion of the pipe during
transportation.

6.2.2 Plastic End Caps

Plastic end caps shall be securely fastened to the pipe ends of completed pipe for
protection of the cement-mortar lining. End caps shall be maintained in place
until time of installation.

6.2.3 Loading, and Stacking during storage, transportation and handling shall conform
to the Steel Pipe Manufacturer Specifications. Any Steel pipe with visible
damage, dent or abrasion resulting in deformation shall be rejected. Calculations
for static load stress shall be based on the force caused by the mass of the pipe,
W (N/M) including the weight of the cement mortar lining.



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7.0 TESTING REQUIREMENTS AND SUBMITTALS


The COMPANY reserves the right to obtain samples, of either the delivered product or its
constituent components, which COMPANY deems necessary to verify compliance to any of the
quality requirements stated in this specification.

7.1 Testing Requirements

The following tests shall be performed prior to and during lining. The tables below show
the property to be tested, the test method, and the frequency for testing. The acceptance
criteria are as given in Section 4.0. The COMPANY reserves the right to require more
frequent or additional test if these criteria are not satisfied.

7.1.1 Sand


Test

Test Method

Frequency

Gradation

ASTM C 136

Weekly

Deleterious Substances (Clay)

ASTM C142

Monthly

Acid Soluble Chloride

BS 812

Monthly

Acid Soluble Sulfates

BS 812

Monthly


7.1.2 Cement Mortar


Parameter

Test Method

Frequency

Compressive Strength

BS 6319, Part 2

Weekly

Tensile strength

ASTM C 190

Weekly

Flexural strength

BS 6319, Part 3

Weekly

Slant shear bond

BS 6319, Part 4

Weekly

Soluble Chloride Content

BS 812

Weekly




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7.2 Submittals

7.2.1 The following reports shall be submitted before the start of work on cement
lining of Steel pipes. The submittal shall be made at least two weeks in advance
and approval obtained from the COMPANY. Under no circumstances work is
permitted without the approval.

a. Cement Mill Test Report

b. Material Test Report For Sand

c. Trial Mix Design and Test Report for Strength Parameters of Cement
Mortar

d. Test Report for Modified Styrene Butadiene Rubber Emulsion as
specified in section 5.1.


7.2.2 The following test reports shall be submitted on a monthly basis during the work
execution and the complete set of reports shall be submitted at the end of project.

a. Surface preparation report for the steel pipe and the COMPANY
Representative acceptance of surface preparation

b. Compressive strength test reports at 7 and 28 days for cement mortar
samples taken during the lining procedures

c. COMPANY Representative acceptance of completed Cement Mortar
Lining


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8.0 DATA SCHEDULE

SHOP-APPLIED INTERNAL CEMENT MORTAR LINING OF STEEL PIPE

SEC Enquiry No. Date:

SEC Purchase Order No. Date:
or Contract No.

SEC PTS No./Project Title with J .O. No.

REFERENCE
SECTION NO. DESCRIPTION 'A' 'B' 'C'


4.0 MATERIALS


4.1 Reinforcement

4.2 Portland Cement

4.3 Sand

4.4 Mixing Water

4.5 Curing Compound

4.6 Paint

4.7 Surface Preparation


'A' - SEC SPECIFIED DATA/PARAMETERS
'B' - BIDDER/SUPPLIER/VENDOR/CONTRACTOR PROPOSED DATA/PARAMETERS
'C' - REMARKS SUPPORTING THE PROPOSED DEVIATIONS IN COLUMN 'B'
(*) - DATA/PARAMETERS TO BE PROVIDED/PROPOSED BY THE BIDDER/SUPPLIER/
VENDOR/CONTRACTOR IN COLUMN 'B'



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8.0 DATA SCHEDULE

SHOP APPLIED INTERNAL CEMENT MORTAR LINING OF STEEL PIPE

SEC Enquiry No. Date:

SEC Purchase Order No. Date:
or Contract No.

SEC PTS No./Project Title with J .O. No.

REFERENCE
SECTION NO. DESCRIPTION 'A' 'B' 'C'

5.0 MORTAR LINING


5.1 Cement Mortar

5.2 Thickness

5.5.2 Reinforcement

5.5.3 Thickness

5.5.4 Handwork

5.8.4 Strength of mortar lining


7.0 TESTING REQUIREMENTS

7.1.1 Sand

7.1.2 Cement Mortar Yes/No



'A'- SEC SPECIFIED DATA/PARAMETERS
'B'- BIDDER/SUPPLIER/VENDOR/CONTRACTOR PROPOSED DATA/PARAMETERS
'C'- REMARKS SUPPORTING THE PROPOSED DEVIATIONS IN COLUMN 'B'
(*)- DATA/PARAMETERS TO BE PROVIDED/PROPOSED BY THE BIDDER/SUPPLIER/
VENDOR/CONTRACTOR IN COLUMN 'B'



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8.0 DATA SCHEDULE

SHOP APPLIED INTERNAL CEMENT MORTAR LINING OF STEEL PIPE

ADDITIONAL TECHNICAL INFORMATION OR FEATURES TO BE FURNISHED BY
SEC:
A.







ADDITIONAL SUPPLEMENTARY DATA OR FEATURES PROPOSED BY
BIDDER/VENDOR/SUPPLIER/CONTRACTOR:
B.







OTHER PARTICULARS TO BE FILLED UP BY BIDDER/VENDOR/SUPPLIER/
CONTRACTOR:
C.





Actual Manufacturer
of Equipment/Material
Vendor/Supplier/
Contractor

Name of the Company
Location and Address



Name and Signature of
Authorized Representative
and Date


Official Seal/Stamp
of the Company & Date