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LUL - T0008

Non-critical Pump Sites – Control Panels

active, Most Current
Organization: LUL
Publication Date: 1 November 2016
Status: active
Page Count: 39
scope:

This specification applies to Non-Critical Pump Sites. These are pump sites where structural or serviceability failure would not result in restrictions to the operational transport networks (e.g. by track, station, highway or underpass closure) within 24 hours; this is termed the Pump Failure Impact Time (PFIT). Refer to the current version of London Underground (LU) standard S1056 'Civil Engineering - Pump Drainage Systems' for the detailed methodology concerning determination of pump site criticality. The LU Asset Management System (AMS) is called Ellipse; all Non-Critical Pump Sites are labelled as such in Ellipse.

Purpose 

The purpose of this technical specification is to provide Designers and tenderers/ Contractors with the minimum technical standards and physical requirements that pump control equipment (at Non-Critical Pump Sites) shall be designed and constructed to meet.

Document History

T0008
November 1, 2016
Non-critical Pump Sites – Control Panels
This specification applies to Non-Critical Pump Sites. These are pump sites where structural or serviceability failure would not result in restrictions to the operational transport networks (e.g. by...
September 1, 2014
Non-critical Pump Sites – Control Panel Specification
This Specification applies to non-critical pump sites. These are pump sites where structural or serviceability failure would not result in restrictions to the operational railway / highway networks...

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