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Inclusion in the scope of supply

Inclusion in the scope of supply

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Dear sirs

i have to define with process section the api plans sketch...
i would have by you a confirmation referred to api plan 32.
The attached file describe api plan 32 as per api 682 and is define that "Items to the left of letter "a" shall be supplied by vendor; items to the right are the responsibility of the purchaser".
is it wrong to define the battery limit after Y-filter and before the check valve?? in my opinion no, because is define as per api 682..

best regards

RE: Inclusion in the scope of supply

Nothing attached that I can see

RE: Inclusion in the scope of supply

Don't have API682 handy, but in my copy of Mechanical Seals for Pumps by the Hydraulic Institute, the line between vendor and purchaser is between the y strainer (or filter) and the check valve. Everything up to and including the strainer is by supplier, from the check valve on is the purchaser (ie, plant).

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