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RPP-SPEC-62418 Rev.0011/2/2018 - 11:17 AM1 of 25Release StampDOCUMENT RELEASE AND CHANGE FORMPrepared For the U.S. Department of Energy, Assistant Secretary for Environmental ManagementBy Washington River Protection Solutions, LLC., PO Box 850, Richland, WA 99352Contractor For U.S. Department of Energy, Office of River Protection, under Contract DE-AC27-08RV14800TRADEMARK DISCLAIMER: Reference herein to any specific commercial product, process, or service by trade name, trademark,manufacturer, or otherwise, does not necessarily constitute or imply its endorsement, recommendation, or favoring by the UnitedStates government or any agency thereof or its contractors or subcontractors. Printed in the United States of America.1. Doc No: RPP-SPEC-62418 Rev. 002. Title:Procurement Specification for Below-the-Hook (BTH) Lifting Device(s)3. Project Number:4. Design Verification Required: N/A Yes No5. USQ Number:6. PrHA Number N/ARev.N/A-3 N/ADATE:Nov 02, 2018Clearance Review Restriction Type:public7. ApprovalsTitleClearance ReviewDesign AuthorityCheckerDocument Control ApprovalOriginatorOther ApproverOther ApproverResponsible EngineerResponsible Engineering ManagerUSQ EvaluatorNameRaymer, Julia RPalmrose, Steven VCall, Lynn JManville, KiraWeir, Scott MBerkey, JamesMcShane, Michael PMackey, TomKnight, Mark ACarlstrom, RichardSignatureRaymer, Julia RPalmrose, Steven VCall, Lynn JManville, KiraWeir, Scott MBerkey, JamesMcShane, Michael PMackey, TomKnight, Mark ACarlstrom, 810/01/20188. Description of Change and JustificationProcurement Specification for the design, build, and fabrication of Below-the-Hook Lifting Devices.9. TBDs or Holds N/A10. Related Structures, Systems, and Componentsa. Related Building/Facilities N/A b. Related Systems N/A c. Related Equipment ID Nos. (EIN)11. Impacted Documents – EngineeringDocument NumberRev. N/A N/ATitle12. Impacted Documents (Outside SPF):N/A13. Related DocumentsDocument Number N/ARev.Title14. DistributionNameBerkey, JamesCall, Lynn JFullmer, TrentHuber, John HMackey, TomMcShane, Michael PPalmrose, Steven VWeir, Scott MOrganizationENGINEERING PROGRAMSENGINEERING PROGRAMSPROJECT PROCUREMENT PLANNINGDESIGN ENGINEERINGENGINEERING PROGRAMSENGINEERING PROGRAMSWASTE STORAGE & TECH SUPPORTENGINEERING PROGRAMS1SPF-001 (Rev.D1)

RPP-SPEC-62418 Rev.0011/2/2018 - 11:17 AM2 of 25RPP-SPEC-62418Revision 0Procurement Specification for Below-theHook (BTH) Lifting Device(s)Prepared byT. C. MackeyM. P. McShaneS. M. WeirWashington River Protection Solutions, LLCDate PublishedAugust 2018Prepared for the U.S. Department of EnergyOffice of River ProtectionContract No. DE-AC27-08RV14800Approved for Public Release;Further Dissemination UnlimitedA-6007-231 (REV 0)


RPP-SPEC-62418 Rev.0011/2/2018 - 11:17 AMRPP-SPEC-62418, Rev. 01.0 SCOPEThis specification provides minimum requirements for the design, fabrication, test, inspection,and shipping of lifting devices used by the Tank Operations Contractor (TOC) at the U.S.Department of Energy’s Hanford Site in southeastern Washington.In some cases, the SELLER will also be required to design the lifted item, liftingattachments, and tie downs on the lifted item.If multiple lifting devices are to be procured, the requirements for the lifting devices may differ(e.g. overall length, performance requirements, etc.). Lifting devices quantities and designationsshall be specified on a case-by-case basis as provided by the BUYER. All requirements in thisspecification and all references used are to be applied to each of the lifting devices except wherespecifically noted. Work does not include site services and installation or operation of lifteditems.This Specification is a “design-build” Specification, delineating the required functions andrequirements to which the SELLER shall adhere in providing the finished product/services tothe BUYER.The SELLER shall provide structural and mechanical lifting devices, as defined by ASMEB30.20 Below-the-Hook Lifting Devices.The BTH equipment being procured via this Specification shall comply with the BUYERprovided information for the lifted item.1.1 DESCRIPTIONWashington River Protection Solutions, LLC (WRPS), is the U.S. Department of Energy,(DOE), Office of River Protection Tank Operations Contract (or) (TOC). WRPS is contracted toprovide safe, compliant, cost-effective, and energy-efficient services to further the DOE-ORPRiver Protection Project (RPP) Mission in managing the nuclear waste at the Hanford Site.Storage and processing facilities associated with these tank farms require lifting devices for loadhandling as needed. This Specification is prepared to detail requirements associated with Belowthe-Hook (BTH) lifting devices.This Specification identifies and communicates the common inputs, requirements, and criteriafor the design, fabrication, shipping, and procurement of lifting devices needed to help lift itemsmanaged by the TOC.44 of 25

RPP-SPEC-62418 Rev.0011/2/2018 - 11:17 AMRPP-SPEC-62418, Rev. 01.2 DEFINITIONSBUYER. The word “BUYER” used throughout this document refers to the TOC contractorresponsible for managing the design, procurement, and fabrication of the lifting device(s).Nonconformance. A deficiency in component characteristic, as defined in BUYER approveddrawings and documents.Procurement Clauses. Procurement quality clauses are to be used for the acquisition of items andservices. The clauses establish contractual obligations for quality program systems, identificationtraceability, document submittals, testing, reporting, qualification, special process controls,inspections, etc.Product Data. Printed information including, but not limited to, catalog cuts, color charts,illustrations, diagrams, templates, performance curves, brochures, and other forms of Productliterature.SELLER. The word “SELLER” used throughout this document refers to the contracteddesigner and fabricator, or subcontractor performing work to the contract drawings, and technicalspecifications.Shall/Must. Denotes project requirements, compliance is required.Should. The word “should” denotes recommendation or expectation, compliance is expected. If a“should” recommendation cannot be satisfied, justification of an alternative design solution shallbe submitted to the BUYER for approval.Substitution. Any change or deviation from issued approved drawings, designs, methods, orcontract terms and conditions. Changes in products, materials, equipment, methods ofconstruction, and test criteria required by the Contract Documents proposed by the SELLERafter award of the Contract are considered to be requests for substitution.SSC. Structures, Systems, and ComponentsTOC. Tank Operations ContractorWitness Point An inspection activity beyond which work shall not proceed until an inspectorand/or BUYER is notified and (1) the inspection is performed and released, or (2) the inspectionis deferred and can be completed at a later time, or (3) a written waiver is issued by theorganization who established the witness point.Lifted item. Refers to any SSC that will be lifted by the below the hook lifting device.Lifter. Refers to any below the hook lifting device.Hidden. The word “hidden” used in this document denotes any systems or components that arenot visible from the outside of the BTH lifting device.55 of 25

RPP-SPEC-62418 Rev.0011/2/2018 - 11:17 AMRPP-SPEC-62418, Rev. 02.0 APPLICABLE DOCUMENTSThe following documents may not be an all-inclusive list and considerations for the design forspecific farms, facilities, and projects must be taken into consideration. Any deviation from theseeditions must be approved by the BUYER prior to fabrication.2.1 GOVERNMENT DOCUMENTSDocuments listed in Table 2-1 constitute a part of this specification to the extent specified herein.The most current version of the documents shall be used unless otherwise specified. In the eventof conflict between the documents referenced herein and the contents of this specification, thecontents of this specification shall take precedence.Document NumberDOE-RL-92-36Table 2-1. Government DocumentsTitleHanford Site Hoisting and Rigging Manual2.2 NON-GOVERNMENT DOCUMENTSDocuments listed in Table 2-2 constitute a part of this specification to the extent specifiedherein and establish the Code of Record (COR). The version of the documents specified in themost current revision of TFC-ENG-STD-06 Design Loads for Tank Farm Facilities, shall beused unless otherwise specified. In the event of conflict between the documents referencedherein and the contents of this specification, this specification shall take precedence.Table 2-2. Non-Government Code of Record DocumentsDocument NumberTitleIndustry Consensus Codes and StandardsASCE 7Minimum Design Loads for Buildings and Other Structures,American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE)ASNT SNT-TC-1APersonnel Qualification and Certification in Nondestructive Testing,American Society For Nondestructive Testing (ASNT)ASME BTH-1Design of Below-the-Hook Lifting Devices, American Society ofMechanical Engineers (ASME)ASME B30.9Slings, Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME)ASME B30.20Below-the-Hook Lifting Devices, American Society of MechanicalEngineers (ASME)ASME B30.26Rigging Hardware, American Society of Mechanical Engineers(ASME)66 of 25

RPP-SPEC-62418 Rev.0011/2/2018 - 11:17 AMRPP-SPEC-62418, Rev. 0ASME NQA-1, 2008w/ 2009aASME Y14AWS D1.1AWS D14.1AWS QC1NACE No.2/ SSPC-SP10RPP 8360 Rev. 6TFC-ENG-STD-06Quality Assurance Requirements for Nuclear Facility Applications,American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME)Engineering Product Definition and Related DocumentationPractices, American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME)Structural Welding Code - Steel, American Welding Society (AWS)Specification for Welding of Industrial and Mill Cranes and OtherMaterial Handling Equipment, American Welding Society (AWS)Qualification and Certification of Welding Inspectors, AmericanWelding Society (AWS)Near-White Metal Blast CleaningLifting Attachment and Lifted Item Evaluation, A Hanford TankOperating Contractor ProcessDesign Loads for Tank Farm FacilitiesTFC-ENG-STD-02Environmental/Seasonal Requirements for TOC Systems, Structures,and ComponentsTFC-ENG-DESIGN-C- Engineering Calculations102.3 NON-GOVERNMENT / NON-CODE OF RECORD DOCUMENTSDocuments listed in Table 2-3 constitute a part of this specification to the extent specified herein.The most current version of the documents shall be used unless otherwise specified. In the eventof conflict between the documents referenced herein and the contents of this specification, thisspecification shall take precedence.Table 2-3. Non-Government DocumentsDocument NumberTitleTFC-BSM IRM DC-C-02 Records ManagementTFC-BSM-IRM DC-C-07Vendor ProcessesTFC-ENG-FACSUP-C-25Hoisting and RiggingTFC-ENG-FACSUP-C-10 Control of Dome Loading and SSC Load Control2.4 HIERARCHYExcept in those instances where Washington State has been granted regulatory authority by theFederal Government, the hierarchical relationship among requirements identified in thisSpecification is as follows: requirements (e.g. Code of Federal Regulations).Washington State requirements (e.g. Washington Administrative Code).Local ordinances.U.S. Department of Energy Orders and Standards.77 of 25

RPP-SPEC-62418 Rev.0011/2/2018 - 11:17 AMRPP-SPEC-62418, Rev. 05. National Consensus Codes and Standards.6. Hanford Site-specific Codes and Standards.This hierarchy establishes the order of precedence of requirements levied in this specification. Inthe event of a conflict between requirements, the SELLER shall submit a RFI for clarificationsprior to use.3.0 SSC CHARACTERISTICS AND REQUIREMENTSDo not duplicate information shown on referenced drawings. Reference drawings should showlocation, dimensional sizes, and arrangements. When referencing a drawing, include the latestrevision number. Delete references to any Hanford contractor’s name and use the drawingnumber only. If a non-Hanford company’s drawings and specifications are referenced, use thename of the firm as well as the number if such data does not involve use of proprietaryinformation.List references to multiple drawings in ascending numerical sequence in a column to permitrapid checking. Do not state the words “Latest Revision.” List the sheet numbers of all requiredsheets and their revision numbers. Do not note exceptions in the DESCRIPTION to a drawing.An Engineering Change Notice may be attached to a drawing instead of revising the drawing.This section addresses the following system characteristics and requirements: Design Requirements are covered in Section 3.5SSC interfaces requirements are covered in Section 3.23.1 SSC FUNCTIONS AND FUNCTIONAL PERFORMANCE REQUIREMENTSThe lifter shall be able to lift TOC lifted items in a safe manner that utilizes safe riggingpractices.3.2 SSC REQUIREMENTSThe SELLER’s design shall incorporate the capabilities to accommodate all requirements asdefined by the BUYER including adequate space and accessibility for removal and replacementof individual instruments or equipment without removal of adjacent equipment.If possible the buyer will provide known information regarding lifted/transported item such as: Size, weight, center of gravity, lifting attachment, and tie down dimension(s) of the lifteditem(s) Design category and service class per ASME BTH-1 Reference drawings Scope defining the lifted itemIf information regarding the lifted/transported item is not known, the SELLER may be responsiblefor determining:88 of 25

RPP-SPEC-62418 Rev.0011/2/2018 - 11:17 AMRPP-SPEC-62418, Rev. 0 Size, weight, center of gravity, lifting attachment, and tie down dimension(s) of the lifteditem(s)Design category and service class per ASME BTH-1Reference drawingsScope defining the lifted itemNOTE: The BUYER shall specify where the lifter will be used, and inform the SELLER of anyinstances where the lifter and or lifted item would be in close proximity to systems that areenergized during maintenance activity requiring additional human factors consideration throughengineered isolation.3.3 SSC CHARACTERISTICS3.3.1 FUNCTIONAL CHARACTERISTICSThe lifter shall have different physical and functional characteristics/performance dependenton the lifted item.3.3.2 DESIGN AND OPERATING CONDITIONSAll custom lifting devices shall be designed in accordance with ASME BTH-1 and ASMEB30.20. All custom designed lifting devices shall be rated for a minimum cold weathertemperature of 10 degrees Fahrenheit.3.3.3 DESIGN LOADSDesign loads shall comply with ASME BTH-1, ASME B30.20, TFC-ENG-STD-06, and RPP8360. The lifting devices load rating should be at least 10% greater than the weight of thelifted item.NOTE: ASME BTH-1 and ASME B30.20 are design criteria solely for the lifter. RPP-8360design criteria applies only to the lifted item and its attachment points. Do not intermix the loadfactors from the lifter and the lifted item.3.3.4 PACKAGING, STORAGE, SHIPPING, AND LOAD HANDLING3.3.5 GENERALAll hoisting, rigging, transport and load handling activities shall comply with DOE-RL-92-3699 of 25

RPP-SPEC-62418 Rev.0011/2/2018 - 11:17 AMRPP-SPEC-62418, Rev. 0“Hanford Site Hoisting and Rigging Manual”, RPP-8360 “Lifting Attachment and Lifted ItemEvaluation for Hoisting, Rigging, Transport and Load Handling”, and TFC-ENG-STD-06“Design Loads for Tank Farm Facilities.”SELLER shall receive, clean, package, store, preserve, handle, and ship Structures, Systems andComponents to protect against physical damage, or any effect that would affect quality or causedeterioration at all times while items are located on the SELLER’s premises. Any such activitiesassociated with Quality Assurance (QA) items shall also meet the requirements of ASME NQA1-2008/2009A, Quality Assurance Requirements for Nuclear Facility Applications, Part II,Subpart 2.2. Classification of items and packaging shall follow the guidelines of ASME-NQA-1.SELLER shall follow manufacturer’s recommendations for storage and handling of allpurchased items.SELLER shall submit a Packaging, Storage, Shipping, and Load Handling (PSSH) Plan. ThePSSH plan shall include all plans, procedures, and drawings that address how items will bepackaged, stored, shipped, and handled in accordance with the requirements describedthroughout this specification.Items subject to deleterious corrosion shall be protected in accordance with ASME NQA-1Subpart 2.2 (e.g. using either contact-preservatives, inert gas blankets, or vapor-proof barrierswith desiccants to absorb any moisture inside the container). The SELLER shall submit forBUYER approval a description of the preservation methodology specific to each package leveltype.3.3.6 PRESERVATION AND PACKAGINGAll equipment openings shall be capped, plugged or sealed to prevent entry of foreign materialand humidity and protected against corrosion and physical damage.3.3.7 PACKINGExterior package type shall provide the level of protection required based on the storage andenvironmental limits per NQA-1, Subpart 2

Mechanical Engineers (ASME) ASME B30.9 Slings, Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME) ASME B30.20 Below-the-Hook Lifting Devices, American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME) ASME B30.26 Rigging Hardware, American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME) RPP-SPEC-6

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