GB/T 16508.4-2022 English PDF (GBT16508.4-2022)
GB/T 16508.4-2022 English PDF (GBT16508.4-2022)
GB/T 16508.4-2022: Shell boilers - Part 4: Fabrication, inspection and acceptance
NATIONAL STANDARD OF THE
PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF CHINA
CCS J 98
Replacing GB/T 16508.4-2013
Shell boilers - Part 4: Fabrication, inspection and acceptance
ISSUED ON: MARCH 09, 2022
IMPLEMENTED ON: OCTOBER 01, 2022
Issued by: State Administration for Market Regulation;
Standardization Administration of the People's Republic of China.
Table of Contents
Foreword ... 3
Introduction ... 6
1 Scope ... 8
2 Normative references ... 8
3 Terms, definitions and symbols ... 9
4 Basic requirements ... 10
5 Marking ... 10
6 Material cutting and straightening ... 11
7 Hot and cold forming ... 11
8 Fabrication and assembly of main parts ... 19
9 Expansion joints ... 28
10 Welding ... 36
11 Heat treatment ... 40
12 Inspection and testing ... 46
13 Coating and packaging ... 56
14 Nameplate and exit-factory data ... 57
Annex A (normative) Boiler welded tube holes ... 59
Annex B (normative) Technical requirements for the fabrication of H-shaped wing (fin) tubes ... 62
Bibliography ... 67
Shell boilers - Part 4: Fabrication, inspection and acceptance
This document specifies the basic requirements for shell boilers in the fabrication process, marking, material cutting and straightening, hot and cold forming, fabrication and assembly of main parts, expansion joints, welding, heat treatment, inspection and testing, coating and packaging, nameplates and the requirements for the exit-factory data.
This document is applicable to the fabrication, inspection and acceptance of shell boilers defined in GB/T 16508.1.
2 Normative references
The following referenced documents are indispensable for the application of this document. For dated references, only the edition cited applies. For undated references, the latest edition of the referenced document (including any amendments) applies. GB/T 1804, General tolerances - Tolerances for linear dimensions without individual tolerance indications
GB/T 2652, Destructive tests on welds in metallic materials - Longitudinal tensile test on weld metal in fusion welded joints
GB/T 2900.48, Electrotechnical terminology of boilers
GB/T 3375, Welding terminology
GB/T 4863, General terminology of machine-building technology
GB/T 16507.5, Water-tube boilers - Part 5: Fabrication
GB/T 16507.6, Water-tube boilers - Part 6: Inspection, testing and acceptance GB/T 16508.1, Shell boilers - Part 1: General requirements
GB/T 16508.2, Shell boilers - Part 2: Materials
GB/T 16508.3, Shell boilers - Part 3: Design and strength calculation
GB/T 30583, Specification for post weld heat treatment of pressure equipment JB/T 3223, Welding consumables quality management procedures
NB/T 47013 (all parts), Non-destructive testing of pressure equipment
NB/T 47014, Welding procedure qualification for pressure equipment
NB/T 47015, Welding specification for pressure vessels
NB/T 47016, Mechanical property tests of product welded test coupons for pressure equipment
NB/T 47018 (all parts), Ordering technical conditions for welding consumables for pressure equipment
NB/T 47030, Specification of high frequency resistance welded spiral in tubes for boiler
NB/T 47043, Technical specification for manufacture of boiler steel structures NB/T 47055, General technical conditions for boiler coating and packaging 3 Terms, definitions and symbols
For the purposes of this document, the terms and definitions defined in GB/T 2900.48, GB/T 3375, GB/T 4863 and GB/T 16508.1 as well as the followings apply.
3.1 cold forming
Plastic deformation processing that is performed below the recrystallization temperature of the workpiece metal.
NOTE: In engineering practice, plastic deformation processing at room temperature is usually called cold forming. The plastic deformation processing between the normal temperature and the recrystallization temperature is called warm forming.
3.2 hot forming
Plastic deformation processing that is performed above the recrystallization temperature of the workpiece metal.
3.3 tube forming
Processing process of tube bending, upsetting, necking, flaring, etc.
3.4 hydrostatic test pressure
During the hydrostatic test, the pressure applied to the boiler as a whole or the pressure- bearing components (elements) according to regulations.
b) Vibration etching or other etching tool etching;
c) Painting or marking with a marker;
d) Other marking methods (such as labeling, etc.) that do not impair the safety of the boiler.
5.2.2 Steel stamps shall not be used in the following situations:
a) Stainless steel pipes;
b) Inner and outer arc areas of the pipe elbow;
c) Materials that the customer does not allow the use of steel stamp marks. 5.2.3 When the method of 5.2.1~5.2.2 cannot be used for marking, the positioning map can be used instead of marking.
6 Material cutting and straightening
6.1 Select the material splitting method according to the steel properties and specifications. The cutting method used shall ensure the processing size and roughness requirements. It shall also reduce or prevent deformation caused by cutting. 6.2 During thermal cutting, the processing part can be preheated according to the type and thickness of the steel. After cutting, the slag on the surface of the cut and the surface layer that affects the fabrication quality shall be removed.
6.3 If the deformation exceeds the allowable range after cutting, appropriate methods shall be used to correct it.
7 Hot and cold forming
7.1 General requirements
7.1.1 When cold forming is used, the cold brittleness of the steel used shall be considered.
7.1.2 When hot forming is used, the temper brittle temperature zone of the steel shall be avoided.
7.1.3 The material forming process shall be determined according to the strain of the material and meet the relevant requirements of GB/T 16507.5. Cold forming shall not cause excessive deformation rate (or strain amount) of elements, otherwise corresponding post-forming heat treatment shall be carried out.
7.1.4 For pressure elements made of steel that has been normalized, normalized plus tempered, or quenched and tempered, cold forming or warm forming shall be used. 7.2 Corrugated forming of boiler shell and cylindrical shell section, tube plate (head), U-shaped foot ring and flue
7.2.1 The continuous forming process shall be adopted for hot forming or cold forming of circular tube plates, heads, U-shaped foot rings and furnace corrugations. 7.2.2 Tube plates, heads and U-shaped foot rings shall be pressed and formed from a single piece of steel plate. When splicing is required and the plate thickness is not greater than 100 mm, the actual edge deviation of the steel plates on both sides of the spliced weld shall not be greater than 10% of the nominal plate thickness, which shall not exceed 3 mm. When the plate thickness is greater than 100 mm, the actual edge deviation of the steel plates on both sides of the spliced weld shall not exceed 6 mm. 7.2.3 The appearance quality after forming shall meet the following requirements: a) There shall be no defects such as depressions, scars, cracks, heavy skins, etc. on the inner and outer surfaces of the rolled cylindrical shell section, pressed tube plate, head, U-shaped foot ring, and corrugated flue.
b) There shall be no cracks at the end of the flange hole (manhole, flue hole) after the edge is processed.
7.2.4 The actual thickness of the pressure element after forming shall not be less than the minimum required thickness required by the design. Special parts are according to the following requirements:
a) The thickness of circular tube plate edge arc, U-shaped bottom ring and the thinnest corrugated part of corrugated flue shall not be less than 85% of the nominal thickness. It shall not be less than the minimum required thickness required by the design.
b) For the flange hole of the circular tube plate and head, when there is no reinforcing ring or it is impossible to strengthen, the thickness of the edge of the straight section shall not be less than 70% of the nominal thickness of the element. It shall not be less than the minimum required thickness required by the design. 7.2.5 The deviation of the inner diameter of the circular tube plate, the head and the outer ring of the U-shaped bottom ring shall meet the requirements of Table 1. About the difference between the largest inner diameter and the smallest inner diameter on the same section, for heads, it shall not be greater than 1% of its nominal inner diameter (Di); for round tube plate and U-shaped bottom ring outer ring, it shall not be greater than 0.5% of its nominal inside diameter (Di).
7.2.6 The flatness of the circular flat tube plate shall not exceed the requirements in 7.3.1 Tube forming shall comply with the provisions of GB/T 16507.5.
7.3.2 After the tube is rolled and threaded, there shall be no defects such as cracks and wrinkles on the surface. The shape deviation, size deviation and surface roughness of the threaded smoke tube shall meet the requirements of the design documents. 7.3.3 The constriction at the end of the header tube meets the following requirements. a) The division of the header tubes for closure shall be done by mechanical cutting. If the flame cutting method is used, the burrs and slag at the cutting part of the tube shall be removed after cutting, and the gaps at the leading and ending points shall be ground. Make it a smooth transition to prevent wrinkles from shrinking. The verticality of the cut tube end section shall be less than 2 mm.
b) When the necking is elliptical, the center line of the header tube shall be drawn after cutting and punched out, so as to determine the orientation of the major and minor axes of the elliptical hand hole. Keep the orientation of the long and short axes consistent after both ends are shrunk.
c) When the header tube end is necked, the heating temperature, heating length and necking termination temperature of the tube end shall be strictly controlled. d) After shrinking, the outer surface of the tube shall not have defects such as over- burning, cracks, folding, wrinkling, and protrusions. The forming size of the shrinking shall meet the requirements of the drawing.
8 Fabrication and assembly of main parts
8.1 Boiler shell, flue, header
8.1.1 The cylindrical shell section butt joints of the shell, flue, the butt joint of the cylinder body and the tube plate (head), and the butt joint of the header meet the following requirements:
a) The steel centerlines on both sides of the longitudinal and circumferential seams of the boiler shell cylinder, the steel centerlines on both sides of the cylinder body and the tube plate (head) circumferential seam, and the steel centerlines on both sides of the butt weld of the header shall be aligned. When the thickness of the steel on both sides of the circular seam is not equal, the edge of one side is also allowed to be aligned.
b) The actual edge deviation of the steel on both sides of the longitudinal seam shall not be greater than 10% of the nominal thickness of the steel, which shall not exceed 3 mm.
c) The actual edge deviation value of the steel on both sides of the circular joint tube size deviation and fusion rate can refer to the requirements of NB/T 47030. The fabrication of H-shaped wing (fin) tubes shall be carried out in accordance with the requirements of Annex B.
8.3.1 Braces (including straight tie rods, diagonal tie rods, stay tubes, stay plates) shall not be spliced.
8.3.2 The dimensional deviation of the braces shall meet the requirements of the design documents.
8.4 Man (hand, head) holes and hole covers
Slight circumferential notches are allowed on the sealing surfaces of manholes, hand holes, head holes and hole covers. But there shall be no radial nicks. The surface roughness Ra value of the sealing surface shall meet the requirements of the design documents.
8.5 Smoke box
The boiler smoke box shall be manufactured according to the design drawings and meet the following requirements:
a) Dimensional deviation of smoke box length, width and depth: When the length, width and depth are not greater than 1 m, the dimensional deviation shall not be greater than 5 mm. When the length, width and depth are greater than 1 m, the dimensional deviation shall not exceed 7 mm.
b) The flatness tolerance of the straight section of the smoke box wall plate shall be 0.4% of the total length within any length.
c) The gap between the smoke box door panel and the smoke box frame shall not be greater than 2 mm.
8.6 Steel structure
The fabrication and inspection of boiler steel structure shall meet the requirements of NB/T 47043.
8.7 Assembly of pressure elements
8.7.1 The assembly of tube joints on the boiler shell and header shall meet the following requirements.
a) Tube joints with nominal outer diameter less than or equal to 108 mm: 1) Both the longitudinal inclination (Δa1) and the transverse inclination (Δa2) of 8.7.3 When the smoke tube is assembled with the tube plate, the expansion joint shall meet the requirements of Chapter 7. For the tube plate in contact with the flue gas above 600 °C, measures (such as expansion) shall be taken to eliminate the gap between the outer wall of the tube and the wall of the tube hole for the welded smoke tube and the brace tube. The length of the tube beyond its connection weld with the tube plate meets the following requirements:
a) When the smoke temperature is greater than 600°C, it shall not be greater than 1.5mm.
b) When the smoke temperature is not greater than 600°C, it shall not be greater than 5mm.
8.7.4 The length of the flue end protruding from the tube plate shall meet the requirements of the design documents.
8.7.5 The dimensional deviation and position deviation/tolerance (see Figure 13) of the boiler shell, header, water-cooling wall tube and descending tube after assembly shall meet the following requirements:
a) The deviation value (ΔC) of the center distance (C) of the left and right headers is not greater than 3 mm. The absolute value of (A -B) is not greater than 3 mm. b) The deviation value (ΔH) of the distance (H) between the horizontal centerline of the left and right headers and the horizontal centerline of the boiler shell is not greater than 5 mm.
c) The vertical position deviation BETWEEN the center of the descending tube hole of the boiler shell AND the center of the descending tube hole of the header is not more than 3 mm.
d) The length of the descending tube protruding into the inner wall of the boiler shell meets the requirements of the drawing. The vertical section of the descending tube is perpendicular to the header. The verticality tolerance of the straight section (L) is 3 mm.
e) When assembling the left and right water-cooling wall tubes, effective measures shall be taken to ensure the verticality of the water-cooling wall tubes. The verticality tolerance of the water-cooling wall tube after assembly is 3 mm. The flatness tolerance on the same side is 6 mm. The length of the tube end protruding into the boiler shell and the inner wall of the header shall meet the requirements of the design drawing.
the damage is not less than the minimum required thickness required by the design, and the damage has no sharp edges and corners, it can be ground. When the thickness of the tube wall at the place of mechanical damage is less than the minimum required thickness required by the design, welding repair and grinding shall be carried out. When the remaining thickness of mechanical damage or defect depth is less than 70% of the minimum required thickness required by the design, the tube shall be replaced. 8.8.5 Individual protrusions with a height exceeding 1 mm on the surface of the pressure element shall be ground.
8.8.6 The cracks and gaps caused by the quality of the steel plate not meeting the requirements and over-burning shall not be repaired by welding.
8.8.7 Surface grinding and welding repair shall meet the following requirements: a) The grinding slope is not greater than 1:3.
b) The welding repair shall be carried out according to the qualified welding repair process.
c) After welding repair and grinding, carry out surface non-destructive testing according to NB/T 47013 (all parts).
9 Expansion joints
9.1 General requirements
9.1.1 The calculated temperature at the expansion joint shall not exceed 400°C. 9.1.2 The nominal outer diameter of the tube shall not be greater than 89 mm. 9.1.3 The nominal wall thickness of the tube shall not be greater than 5 mm. The nominal wall thickness of the tube plate or cylinder shall not be less than 12 mm. The distance between the walls of the tube holes shall not be less than 19 mm and shall not be less than 6 times the nominal wall thickness of the tube.
9.2 Expansion joint tube hole
9.2.1 The expansion joint tube holes shall not be opened on the spliced weld of the tube plate or the longitudinal weld of the boiler shell (drum). When the expansion joint tube hole must be opened on the circumferential weld, it shall be handled according to 11.4.6 b).
9.2.2 The distance between the center of the expansion joint tube hole and the welding edge (except 9.2.1) and the starting point of the tube plate edge shall not be less than 0.8 d (d is the nominal diameter of the tube hole), and not less than 0.5d+12 mm. quality requirements of the expansion tube.
10.1 General requirements
10.1.1 For the welding between pressure elements and bearing components, the manufacturer shall formulate a welding process that meets the requirements and corresponding inspection and acceptance requirements, so as to ensure the welding quality.
10.1.2 Welders shall perform welding in accordance with the welding procedure specification prepared by the qualified welding procedure. Keep welding record. 10.1.3 The welding procedure assessment of not this organization shall not be applied to the welding work of the pressure elements of this organization.
10.1.4 The manufacturer shall establish welding files for welders, inspect and evaluate the quality of welding seams and welders' compliance with process discipline. 10.2 Welding procedure assessment
According to the relevant requirements of NB/T 47014 and GB/T 16507.5.
10.3 Welding process
10.3.1 The arc shall not be struck on the non-welding surface of the weldment. If arc craters are generated, they shall be ground or repaired by welding. For materials with a tendency to crack, surface non-destructive testing shall be carried out after grinding or welding repair.
10.3.2 It is strictly forbidden to remove the arc strike plate, lead-out plate or product welding test piece at both ends of the longitudinal seam of the weldment by hammering. 10.3.3 There shall be no strong alignment of weldments during assembly. Welding can only be carried out after the quality of weldment assembly and tack welding meets the requirements of process documents.
10.3.4 In multi-pass (layer) welding, the surface of the weld seam in the previous pass (layer) shall be cleaned before the subsequent pass (layer) is welded.
10.3.5 For horizontal internal combustion boilers, shell-type waste heat boilers and tubular boilers with rated working pressure not greater than 2.5 MPa, except for the joints of the parts directly washed by the flue gas, the tube plate is connected with the furnace and the boiler shell by T-shaped joints. The parts that can be sealed and welded on the back of the weld seam shall be sealed and welded. Parts that cannot be sealed and welded shall be primed by argon arc welding. Guarantee penetration. 10.3.6 The welding seam connecting the U-shaped foot ring of the vertical shell boiler to the shell shall be grounded by argon arc welding.
10.3.7 When the liner is used in the longitudinal and circumferential butt welding of the boiler shell and flue, the liner shall be removed after welding.
10.3.8 When the longitudinal and circumferential butt welds of the boiler shell and furnace are ground after welding, there shall be records or marks to track the position of the welds.
10.3.9 Butt welds of headers, tubes and other fittings shall not have permanent backings. 10.3.10 For butt welding of tubes, multi-layer welding shall be used (except for single- layer welding specified in the process documents). The joints of each welding layer shall be staggered as much as possible.
10.3.11 Welding of tubes and tube plates shall be done crosswise as much as possible. When the water-cooling wall tube is welded to the header, effective measures shall be taken to prevent the header from deforming after welding.
10.4 Preparation before welding and welding environment
10.4.1 Welding materials such as welding rods, welding wires, and fluxes shall comply with the provisions of NB/T 47018 (all parts), etc. Perform acceptance or re-inspection according to relevant standards. They can be used only after passing the test. The storage and distribution of welding materials shall comply with the provisions of JB/T 3223.
10.4.2 Welding shall not be performed when any of the following situations occurs in the welding environment and there are no effective protective measures: a) The wind speed is greater than 10 m/s during electrode arc welding.
b) The wind speed is greater than 2 m/s during gas shielded welding.
c) The relative humidity is greater than 90%.
d) Rain and snow environment.
e) The welding ambient temperature is lower than -20°C.
10.4.3 When the temperature of the weldment is -20°C~0°C, it shall be preheated to above 15°C within 100 mm of the starting point of the weldment.
10.5 Weld joint groove