The ATG Upgrades for tanks PH10 and PH1 involved the installation of new Honeywell Enraf Automatic Tank gauges fot monitoring of tank level and temperatures.
Client: BP Australia Pty. Ltd.
Location: Port Hedland Bulk Fuel Terminal
Project Duration: 4 weeks
Scope of Work
Installation of all Electrical equipment associated with new Enraf ATG systems including the following –
- Cable containment including Cable Ladder, Steel Conduits and associated supports.
- Installation and Termination of all E & I cabling.
- Modification of existing distribution boards and control panels.
- Construction and installation of Field Junction Boxes to Customer Specification
- Installation and connection of Free issue Enraf System and equipment.
- Equipotential bonding of all equipment.
- Tie-ins to existing live systems during planned short turnaround shutdowns to minimise operational impact to Terminal.
- Detailed Inspection of all Ex rated equipment in accordance with AS/NZS 60079, including supplying documentation required for the Terminal Hazardous Area Verification Dossier.
- Testing of all equipment in accordance with AS/NZS 3000:2007
- Submission of Interlec Documentation Pack including Inspection and Test Plan and Record, Material Data Report, and As Built Drawings.
The Project was completed in a fully operational Terminal, requiring careful planning for timely completion and successful tie-in works during planned shutdowns.
Interlec completed the project with no lost time injuries and full adherence to BP OH & S , Quality and Environmental policies, and Permit to work system.