This course gives the connecting red thread through the 4 parts of the ISO14692 (2017).

The ISO 14692 (2017) specification for GRP piping systems is a well recognized specification for many endusers and engineering companies. Through its volume it is often for many people a big hurdle for even making a start with reading it. Therefore a course of 4 days leading you through the difficult parts, exercising the given calculations and playing around with a stress envelope leaves the candidates with the “Standard” confidence needed.

Whom :
Engineers, Sales managers, Purchase departments, inspectors, supervisors, designers
Companies :
Endusers GRP piping, Engineering bureau’s, Technical department manufacturers, certifying and inspection agencies
Goal :
you understand the concept, history and structure of the document, you can calculate testpressures, use design envelope, determine quality requirements for a safe and reliable grp pipe system.
Duration :
3-4 days course; maximum amount of candidates 8

Course 14692

• Long term testing ASTM D2992
• 1000 hrs test pressure incl. the reporting aspects.
• Wall thickness calculation
• Design
• Determination of the Stress envelope
• Installation
• Quality plan
• Differences with the Shell Dep
• On request including proposed revised ISO 14692

Brief describtion 4 parts ISO14692 (2017):

ISO 14692-1:2002 gives terms and definitions, describes the philosophy and provides guidance on the range of suitable applications, and defines limitations to the materials of construction for the specification, manufacture, testing and installation of glass-reinforced plastic (GRP) piping installations associated with offshore applications on both fixed and floating topsides facilities for oil and gas industry production and processing.

ISO 14692-2:2002 gives requirements for the qualification and manufacture of GRP piping and fittings in order to enable the purchase of GRP components with known and consistent properties from any source. It is applicable to qualification procedures, preferred dimensions, quality programmes, component marking and documentation.

ISO 14692-3:2002 gives guidelines for the system design of GRP piping systems for use in oil and natural gas industry processing and utility service applications. The requirements and recommendations apply to layout dimensions, hydraulic design, structural design, detailing, fire endurance, spread of fire and emissions and control of electrostatic discharge.

ISO 14692-4:2002 gives requirements and recommendations for the fabrication, installation and operation of GRP piping systems for use in oil and natural gas industry processing and utility service applications. The recommendations apply to delivery, inspection, handling, storage, installation, system pressure testing, maintenance, repair and decommissioning.