Table of Contents

13.1 Scope
13.2 Before Erection
13.3 Pre-setting Check
13.4 Post-setting Check
13.5 Vessels
13.6 Exchangers
13.7 Heaters
13.8 Tower Inspection Procedure
13.9 Tanks
13.10 References

FORMS (Typical Examples Attached)

26M01 Equipment Incoming Inspection Record

26M02 Inspection Record for Towers/Vessels and Closing Certificate

26M03 Inspection and Test Record for Tanks and Closing Certificate

26M04 Tank Test Certificate

26M05 Record of Vessel Tests

26M06 New Equipment Data - Radiograph Inspection Report

26M07 Inspection Record for Exchangers

26M08 Inspection Record for Air Coolers

26M09 Run-In Test Record for Air Coolers

26M10 Inspection Record for Mixers

26M11 Inspection Record for Cooling Towers and Closing Certificate

26M12 Inspection Record for Furnaces/Boilers and Closing Certificate

26M13 Inspection Record for Packaged Boiler Units and Closing Certificate

26M14 Inspection Record for Packaged Units: Vessels/Columns/Skids/Filters and Closing Certificate

26M15 Inspection and Test Record for Travelling Cranes

26M16 Inspection and Test Record for Elevator and Hydraulic Lift Table

26M17 Pressure Test Record


13. Mechanical Equipment Inspection and Testing

13.1 Scope

The purpose of this section is to provide guidelines to Company personnel, in particular to the Construction Specialists, for the inspection and testing of mechanical equipment (excluding rotating mechanical equipment; for these see Reference 13.10.1).

Primary responsibility for quality is that of the subcontractor who shall satisfy himself through his own quality system that specified requirements are met.

It is the responsibility of the Construction Specialists to ensure that the subcontractor is in fact effectively applying his quality system and obtaining acceptable results.

Equipment to be erected may be classified into these main groupings:

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The full procedure is available for registered users.