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Inspection Procedure

00-SAIP-75 External Visual Inspection Procedure Document Responsibility: Inspection Department 30 June, 2004

Saudi Aramco DeskTop Standards


Table of Contents 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Scope............................................................ Abbreviations................................................. References.................................................... Responsibilities.............................................. External Inspection Procedure Guidelines.... Safety............................................................ Reporting....................................................... 2 2 2 3 4 6 7

Attachment C....................................................... 8 Attachment D-1.................................................. 11 Attachment D-2.................................................. 15 Attachment D-3.................................................. 20 Attachment D-4.................................................. 24 Attachment D-5.................................................. 26 Attachment E-1.................................................. 28 Attachment E-2.................................................. 31 Attachment E-3.................................................. 34 Attachment F-1.................................................. 36 Attachment F-2.................................................. 40 Attachment F-3.................................................. 44 Attachment L...................................................... 46 Attachment M-1.................................................. 50 Attachment M-2.................................................. 53 Attachment P...................................................... 59 Attachment Q..................................................... 64

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Primary contact: Nasser M. Balhareth on 874-5018

Document Responsibility: Inspection Department Issue Date: 30 June, 2004 Next Update: 1 July, 2009 1 Scope

00-SAIP-75 External Visual Inspection Procedure

This SAIP provides guidelines for the external visual inspection of all existing equipment within Saudi Aramco facilities including associated structures to identify deficiencies and maintain its integrity. 2 Abbreviations The following abbreviations are used as reference for this procedure: API EIS SAEP SAES SAIP 3 American Petroleum Institute Equipment Inspection Schedules Saudi Aramco Engineering Procedure Saudi Aramco Engineering Standard Saudi Aramco Inspection Procedure

References The following standards were used in the preparation of this procedure and should be carefully reviewed by the inspector prior to performing external inspections: 3.1 Saudi Aramco References Saudi Aramco Procedures and Standards SAEP-20 SAEP-333/333A SAES-H-101 Equipment Inspection Schedule Cathodic Protection Monitoring Approved Protective Coatings System

Saudi Aramco Inspection Procedures 00-SAIP-51 00-SAIP-74 01-SAIP-01 01-SAIP-04 15-SAIP-50 27-SAIP-01 32-SAIP-11 Electrical Inspection Corrosion under Insulation & Fireproofing Small Nipple Inspection Program Injection Point Inspection Program Inspection Procedure for Conduit and Cable Seals HVAC Inspection Requirements Inspection of Air Cooled Heat Exchangers

Saudi Aramco Engineering Reports

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Document Responsibility: Inspection Department Issue Date: 30 June, 2004 Next Update: 1 July, 2009 SAER-5803 General Instruction GI-0002.100 Saudi Aramco Forms SA 2093-ENG SA 2697-ENG SA 2698-ENG SA 2699-ENG

00-SAIP-75 External Visual Inspection Procedure

Concrete Repair Manual

Work Permit System

Equipment Inspection Record-General Tank Out of Service Inspection Report Tank In Service Inspection Report Unfired Pressure Vessel External Inspection Report

Saudi Aramco Standard Drawing AE-036411 3.2 Industry Codes and Standards American Petroleum Institute API STD 510 API RP 570 API STD 653 Pressure Vessel Inspection Code Inspection, Repair, Alteration, and Re-rating of In-service Piping Systems Tank Inspection, Repair, Alteration, and Reconstruction Drawing and Index Key

American National Standards Institute ANSI NB-23 4 Responsibilities 4.1 Inspection Unit Supervisor 4.1.1 Assigns inspector(s) to carry out inspection of all facilities within the area of responsibility and issue annual or two-year external inspection report(s) as per the approved EIS. Ensure inspection worksheet(s) are issued to rectify deficiencies reported in the annual or two-year external inspection. National Board Inspection Code

4.1.2 4.2

Area Inspector

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Ensure that all equipment within the area of responsibility is listed in the EIS specifying inspection intervals as required by SAEP-20. A schedule of annual or two-year external inspections shall be made available and is updated regularly. Perform an annual or two-year external inspection of all existing equipment within Saudi Aramco facilities listed in the approved EIS with the corresponding checklist(s); per attachments below. Complete individual checklist for pressure equipment per SAEP-20, paragraph 5.5.8. Use the attached checklists as references only when inspecting piping, civil, electrical if not individually listed in the EIS. Prepare a detailed on-stream inspection report/worksheet of the present condition of the equipment highlighting the deficiencies observed that require repair or action necessary to prevent further damage to the equipment.

4.2.2

4.2.3

Commentary Note: Request engineering evaluation if deemed necessary.

External Inspection Procedure Guidelines A mechanical, electrical, civil inspection(s) shall be carried out annually to all equipment located offshore and every two years to all equipment onshore such as boilers, piping, pressure vessels, storage tanks, valves, and associated support structures per SAEP-20. The Cathodic protection shall be checked per SAEP-333/333A checklist. The inspector shall check each equipment or group of equipment, complete the applicable checklist and provide detailed report when an action is required. The report will show the equipments present condition and the corresponding recommendation(s).
Commentary Note: Refer to SAES-H-001 for definitions of onshore and offshore locations.

5.1

Mechanical An annual or two-year mechanical external inspection depending on equipment location per EIS shall be carried out on the following equipment. 5.1.1 5.1.2 5.1.3 Piping and Components Columns Vessels and Tanks

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Document Responsibility: Inspection Department Issue Date: 30 June, 2004 Next Update: 1 July, 2009 5.1.3.1 5.1.3.2 5.1.3.3

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General - Drums, Receivers Spheroid Tanks 5.1.3.3.1 Atmospheric (Fixed/Floating Roof Tanks) 5.1.3.3.2 Refrigerated LPG Tank

5.1.4

Exchangers 5.1.4.1 5.1.4.2 5.1.4.3 Shell and Tube Fin-Fan Plate

5.1.5

Boilers, Fired Heaters, Flare Systems 5.1.5.1 5.1.5.2 5.1.5.3 Boilers Fired Heaters Flare Systems

5.1.6

Structural 5.1.6.1 5.1.6.2 Onshore Offshore

5.2

Electrical An annual electrical external inspection shall be carried out on all electrical equipment listed but not limited to: 5.2.1 5.2.2 5.2.3 5.2.4 5.2.5 Motors Substations Switch Racks Enclosures Manholes/Duct Banks

5.2.6 Battery Room


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5.2.10 Conduit System 5.2.11 Cable Trays 5.3 Civil As per approved EIS, civil external inspection shall be carried out on all buildings and concrete structures listed but not limited to: 5.3.1 5.3.2 5.3.3 5.3.4 5.3.5 5.3.6 5.3.7 5.3.8 5.3.9 Buildings Tank Foundations, Aprons and Dikes Concrete Firewalls Vessel Foundations Collection Pits Open Channels Underground Concrete Tanks Concrete Valve Boxes Jetty Area

5.3.10 Concrete Storage Sumps 5.3.11 Concrete Fireproofing 5.3.12 Piping Structural Support Foundations/Anchors 5.3.13 Concrete and Asphalt Paved Roads
Commentary Note: SAER-5803; concrete repair manual can be used as a guide to classify condition.

Safety 6.1 A work permit shall be obtained when deemed necessary as per GI-0002.100.
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Document Responsibility: Inspection Department Issue Date: 30 June, 2004 Next Update: 1 July, 2009 6.2 6.3 6.4 6.5 6.6 7

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Operations personnel shall be informed that entry to Saudi Aramco facilities for external inspection will be made. The proper safety equipment and/or tools should be used during the inspections. Removal of thick rust scales of corrosion pits to determine extent of damage shall be coordinated with operations. Eye or skin contact with insulation must be avoided. Contact with high temperature piping surface must be avoided.

Reporting 7.1 A specific external inspection report or alternatively a worksheet shall be issued (within one month) to the responsible operation representative where action is required to correct a deficiency or deficiencies found. For equipment where conditions do not require any repair until the next scheduled external inspection, a summary or list of equipment external inspections shall be issued to the responsible organization at a suitable frequency. Hydrocarbon leaks no matter how small shall be reported immediately to operations representative(s) to correct the problem.
Revision Summary New Saudi Aramco Inspection Procedure.

7.2

30 June, 2004

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Attachment C PRESSURE VESSEL EXTERNAL INSPECTION CHECKLIST

INSPECTION UNIT Plant No. Equipment No. Service


NO.
1.

DESCRIPTION Inspection Date Last Inspection Date

CHECKLIST Columns

(Marked

DESCRIPTION indicates condition checked & evaluated)

Yes No N/A

REMARKS

2.

External Appearance of Columns: a) Mechanically sound (no damages such as scratches, grooves, dents) b) Equipment identification and number available c) Name plate available and readable d) Tight nozzles (no leaks) e) Good welds (no cracks) f) Good coating appearance (no discoloration due to overheating) g) Good alignment h) Good surface appearance (no signs of blisters, bulges) i) Good coating (no failure; if no, check below:) (i) Isolated coating failure (ii) Widespread coating failure (iii) General corrosion (iv) Isolated pitting (v) Widespread pitting Vessel Skirts/Supports: a) Skirt mechanically sound b) Skirt coating good c) Skirt clean inside d) Fireproofing in good condition e) Skirt drain is clean (no debris) f) Support sliding pad good condition g) Saddle shoe aligned with the supports h) Support guides available and mechanically sound
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i) Welds on structural support(s) in good condition

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NO.

(Marked
j)

DESCRIPTION indicates condition checked & evaluated)

Yes No N/A

REMARKS

3.

4.

5.

Pipe support base /I beam in good condition (no gap) k) Structural component(s) in good condition l) Space between the saddle base and the support beam clean ( no rust scales) m) Dummy leg supports in good condition n) Base plate(s) in good condition o) Fireproofing in good condition Nozzles/Manways/Flanges: a) Nozzle and flanges in good condition (no leak) b) Special leak protection cover (caustic/chemical) in good condition c) Flange coating in good condition (no corrosion) d) Flanges mechanically sound (no signs damage) e) Stud bolts tight f) Stud bolts of proper length g) Jack screws available and serviceable h) Bolts and nuts in good condition i) Weep holes of reinforcing pad properly greased Drain/Vent/Blinds/Lifting Lugs: a) Drain/vent plug available b) Nipples/root valve properly seal welded c) Reinforcing pads in good condition (no signs of leaks on weep holes) d) Welds on reinforcing pads in good condition e) Drain valve blinded at end f) Spectacle blind installed for positive isolation g) Drain/vent nipple or other fittings in good condition h) Davits/lifting lugs fully operational i) Dead legs not present or removed Isolation Valves: a) Proper rating b) Gland in good condition c) Gland stud/eye bolt in good condition
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d) Hand wheel available and mechanically sound e) Valve body in good condition

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NO.

(Marked

DESCRIPTION indicates condition checked & evaluated)

Yes No N/A

REMARKS

6.

7.

f) Horizontal valve position indicator with safety caution Hot/Cold Insulation: a) Metal jackets and insulation good condition b) Aluminum cladding, vapor barrier, sealant and insulation in good condition c) Correct insulation material/sufficient thickness d) All insulation straps available and fully tight e) Insulation at OSI points covered Miscellaneous Items: a) Instrumentation: (i) Pressure gage(s) in good condition (ii) Temperature gage(s) in good condition (iii) Tags for gages available (iv) Thermowells thread properly engaged (v) Thermal relief valve(s) in good condition (vi) Level sight glasses in good condition b) Relief valves: (Use SAEP-319 Checklist) (i) Acceptable per SAEP 319 checklist

c) Connected piping:
Drain/vent /welding boss/RV piping in good condition (ii) Piping flow direction arrow stenciled (iii) Piping identification stenciled (iv) Utility piping (steam etc.) has working check valve (v) Corrosion monitoring Cosasco fitting location marked (vi) Piping adequately supported (vii) Fluid flow smooth (no vibration) (i)

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Document Responsibility: Inspection Department Issue Date: 30 June, 2004 Next Update: 1 July, 2009 INSPECTED BY

00-SAIP-75 External Visual Inspection Procedure BADGE NUMBER DATE

FIELD SUPERVISOR

BADGE NUMBER

DATE

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Attachment D-1 PRESSURE VESSEL EXTERNAL INSPECTION CHECKLIST

INSPECTION UNIT

DESCRIPTION

CHECKLIST DRUMS/ RECEIVERS

Plant No. Equipment No. Service


NO. (Marked
1.

Inspection Date Last Inspection Date


DESCRIPTION indicates condition checked & evaluated) Ye s No N/ A REMARKS

2.

External Appearance of Vessel: a) Mechanically sound (no damages such as scratches, grooves, dents) b) Equipment identification and number available c) Name plate available and readable d) Tight nozzles (no Leaks) e) Good welds ( no Cracks) f) Good coating appearance ( no discoloration due to overheating) g) Good alignment h) Good surface appearance ( no signs of blisters, bulges) i) Good coating (no failure; if no, check below:) (i) Isolated coating failure (ii) Widespread coating failure (iii) General Corrosion (iv) Isolated pitting Vessel Skirts/Supports: a) Skirt mechanically sound b) Skirt coating good c) Skirt clean inside d) Fireproofing in good condition e) Skirt drain is clean (no debris) f) Support sliding pad good condition g) Saddle shoe aligned with the supports h) Support guides available and mechanically sound

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NO.

(Marked
i)

3.

4.

5.

Welds on structural support(s) in good condition j) Pipe support base /I beam in good condition (no gap) k) Structural component(s) in good condition l) Space between the saddle base and the support beam clean ( no rust scales) m) Dummy leg supports in good condition n) Base plate(s) in good condition Nozzles/Manways/Flanges: a) Nozzle and flanges in good condition (no leak) b) Special leak protection cover (caustic/chemical) in good condition c) Flange coating in good condition (no corrosion) d) Flanges no signs of mechanical damage e) Stud bolts tight f) Stud bolts of proper length g) Jack screws available and serviceable h) Bolts and nuts in good condition i) Weep holes of reinforcing pad properly greased Drain/Vent/Blinds/Lifting Lugs: a) Drain/vent plug available b) Nipples/root valve properly seal welded c) Reinforcing pads in good condition (no signs of leaks on weep holes) d) Welds on reinforcing pads in good condition e) Drain valve blinded at end f) Spectacle blind installed for positive isolation g) Drain/vent nipple or other fittings in good condition h) Davits/ lifting lugs fully operational i) Dead legs not present or removed Isolation Valves: a) Proper rating b) Gland in good condition c) Gland stud/eye bolt in good condition

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NO.

(Marked

6.

7.

d) Hand wheel available and mechanically sound e) Valve body in good condition f) Horizontal valve position indicator with safety caution Hot/Cold Insulation: a) Metal jackets and insulation (hot) good condition b) Aluminum cladding, vapor barrier and insulation (cold) in good condition c) Correct insulation material/sufficient thickness d) All insulation straps available and fully tight e) Insulation at OSI points covered Miscellaneous Items: a) Instrumentation: (i) Pressure gage(s) in good condition (ii) Temperature gage(s) in good condition (iii) Tags for gages available (iv) Thermowells thread properly engage (v) Thermal relief valve(s) in good condition (vi) Level sight glasses in good condition b) Relief valves: (Use SAEP-319 Checklist) (i) Acceptable per SAEP 319 checklist c) Connected piping: (i) Drain/vent /welding boss/RV piping in good condition (ii) Piping flow direction arrow stenciled (iii) Piping identification stenciled (iv) Utility piping (steam etc.) has working check valve (v) Corrosion monitoring Cosasco fitting location marked (vi) Piping adequately supported (vii) Fluid flow smooth (no vibration)

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NO.
8.

(Marked

Underground to Aboveground Transition Sections of Vessel: a) Coating of above ground section in good condition b) Coating on the transition section in good condition c) Coating properly applied on buried or transition section d) Warning signs to indicate underground vessel available

INSPECTED BY

BADGE NUMBER

DATE

FIELD SUPERVISOR

BADGE NUMBER

DATE

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Attachment D-2 ATMOSPHERIC STORAGE TANK EXTERNAL INSPECTION CHECKLIST

INSPECTION UNIT Plant No. Equipment No. Service


NO.
1.

DESCRIPTION Inspection Date Last Inspection Date


Yes No N/A

CHECKLIST TANKS
Floating/Fixed Roof

DESCRIPTION (Marked indicates condition checked & evaluated)


External Shell: a) Name plate available and readable b) Coating in good condition (no failure, pitting and surface corrosion) c) Tank identification number readable d) Welds in good condition ( no signs of leak) e) Riveted joints in good condition (no signs of leak) f) Welds no signs of crack g) Drip plates in good condition h) Wind sock in good condition Shell D Door, Manways and Nozzles: a) Flanges in good condition (no signs of leaks) b) Proper size bolts used on flanges/manways c) Proper gasket used d) Flange faces in good condition e) Bolts and nuts in good condition f) Weep holes of reinforcing pad properly greased Wind Girder and Guard Rail: a) Coating in good condition ( no failure, pitting or surface corrosion) b) Structural members completely seal welded c) Drain holes in good condition d) Guardrails in good condition (no weld cracks)

REMARKS

2.

3.

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NO .
4.

(Marked

Floating Roof: I. Pontoon a) Pontoon top deck plate in good condition (no corrosion pitting/corrosion lakes/coating failure) b) Pontoon manway cover in place c) Pontoon manway properly numbered d) Pontoon(s) in good condition (no sign of leak) e) Pontoon clean II. Top/Center Deck a) Center deck plate in good condition (no pitting/corrosion lakes/coating failure) b) Vents clean (no sign of oil spill) c) Roof leg sleeve in good condition ( no corrosion/coating failure) d) Roof legs in position, ( not loose/damaged) e) Top deck clean f) Rim vents properly calibrated and tagged g) Primary seal on tank rim in good condition h) Roof dry (no rainwater accumulation) i) Emergency roof drain covers properly installed and unplugged j) Roof drain sump(s) clean k) Roof drain valves unplugged l) Foam dam in good condition III. Primary and Secondary Seals, shunts and Metal Shoes a) Primary seal fabric in good condition (no holes, no cracks, no damage) b) Secondary seal fabric in good condition ( no holes, no damage) c) Secondary seal assembly aligned properly (no signs of buckling/distortion) d) Seal orientation in proper location e) Seal fabric clean (no dirt/corrosion scales/debris accumulation) f) Maximum seal to shell gaps at: 1. Acceptable at Low pump out 2. Acceptable at Mid-shell 3. Acceptable at High liquid level
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NO .

(Marked

6.

7.

g) Seal clips in proper order ( not snapped out/missing/out of tension) h) Shunts bolts tight and all installed i) Shunts in good condition j) Annular space at opposite sides 1. Acceptable at opposite pair 1 2. Acceptable at opposite pair 2 3. Acceptable at opposite pair 3 IV. Rolling Ladder a) Coating of ladder structure in good condition b) Ladder rungs in good condition c) Ladder wheel track aligned properly d) Ladder wheel greased e) Ladder pivot joint greased f) Ladder grounding wire connected properly Fixed Roof: a) Roof plates in good condition b) Nozzles in good condition c) Guard rails in good condition d) Welds in good condition e) Coating in good condition Rim Vents, Automatic Bleeder Vents, Open Vents and Float Well: a) Rim vents in good condition b) Internal of rim vents in good condition c) Rim vent aluminum flapper working d) Bleeder vent stopper plate working e) Bleeder vent gasket in good condition f) Floatwell cover in good condition g) Float wire cable in good condition Isolation Valves: a) Proper rating b) Gland in good condition c) Gland stud/eye bolt in good condition d) Hand wheel in good condition e) Valve body in good condition f) Horizontal valve position indicator with safety caution

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NO .
8.

(Marked

9.

10.

Tank Foam Piping System: a) Foam riser and foam ring in good condition b) Foam laterals above ground ends and foam injection points (manifold)in good condition c) Foam makers and foam chambers clean and screens in good condition d) Foam deflector and bird cage in good condition e) Foam manifold & valve in good condition f) Foam board in good condition Sample System: a) Sampling valves in good condition b) Return to tank isolation valve in good condition c) Sample return pump in good condition d) Sample lines in good condition e) Sample collection box clean Spiral Stairway/Ladder, Gauger Platform and Walkways: a) Bolts/clips (all) on grating floor installed b) Safety drop-bar(s) in good condition c) Where allowed, non-seal welded structural members in good condition (no corrosion scales build up) d) Stairway access color-coded e) Platform(s) clean f) Welds on stairway supports and braces in good condition g) Stair treads in good condition h) Weld of vertical ladder/rungs in good condition i) Gratings or checkered plates in good condition j) Handrails, mid-rails and post in good condition k) Structural components completely seal welded

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NO .
11.

(Marked

12.

Gage Well and Guide Pole: a) Gage well, slots and cover in good condition b) Roof guide for gauge well in good condition c) Rollers greased and in good condition d) Coating of top section of gage well & guide pole in good condition Mixer and Mixer Motor: a) Equipment properly identified b) Mixers and mixer motors color coded c) Mixer and mixer motor housing in good condition d) Mixer shaft and seal in good condition e) Mixer switch/switch rack support(s) in good condition

__ INSPECTED BY DATE BADGE NUMBER

__ FIELD SUPERVISOR DATE BADGE NUMBER

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Attachment D-3 RLPG STORAGE TANK EXTERNAL INSPECTION CHECKLIST

INSPECTION UNIT

DESCRIPTION

CHECKLIST Refrigerated Tanks

Plant No. Equipment No. Service


NO.
1.

Inspection Date Last Inspection Date


DESCRIPTION indicates condition checked & evaluated) Yes No N/A REMARKS

(Marked

2.

3.

External Shell: (Insulated) a) Name plate available and readable b) Shell structural attachments in good condition (no coating failure, pitting and surface corrosion) c) Tank identification number readable d) Vapor barrier in good condition (no blisters) e) Insulation material in good condition (no cracks, cuts, or icing up) f) Metal jacket in good condition (if applicable) g) Surface dry (no moss growth) Manways and Nozzles: (Insulated) a) Nozzle and flanges in good condition (no ice formation) b) Insulation material in good condition c) Vapor barrier in good condition d) Surface dry (no moss growth) Roof: I. Insulated a) Vapor barrier in good condition (no blisters) b) Insulation material in good condition (no cracks, cuts, or icing up) c) Roof structural attachments in good condition (no coating failure, pitting and surface corrosion) d) Surface dry (no moss growth)

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NO .

(Marked

4.

5. 6.

II. Non-Insulated a) Roof top coating in good condition (no blisters) b) Roof plates in good condition (no bucking, no corrosion pits or lakes) c) Roof plate lap welds in good condition d) Structural attachments in good condition e) Non-insulated nozzles and flanges in good condition III. Scupper Gutter Assembly a) Coating failure b) Structural attachment to roof corroded c) Deflector plates & welds corroded d) Bolts and nuts of slotted joints in good condition e) Deflector plates free of trapped debris Deluge System: a) Deluge line coating in good condition b) Deluge line supports in good condition c) Distribution ring in good condition d) Distribution ring support structures in good condition e) Mushroom head (spray head) in good condition f) Bolting of mushroom head in good condition g) Ladder grounding wire properly connected Relief Valves/Vacuum Valves: Acceptable per SAEP 319 checklist Isolation Valves: Proper rating installed Gland in good condition Gland stud/eye bolt in good condition Hand wheel in good condition Valve body in good condition Horizontal valve position indicator with safety caution Insulation in good condition (no ice building up)

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NO .
7.

(Marked

8.

9.

Stairway, Tower House, Platform and Walkways: Bolts/clips on grating properly installed Safety drop-bar(s) in good condition Non-seal welded structural members in good condition (no signs of corrosion scales build up) Structural supports in good condition Stairway access color-coded Platform(s) clean ( no debris accumulation) Welds on stairway supports and braces in good condition Sealant at gaps between treads and stairway parallel boards (stringers) in good condition Weld of vertical ladder/rungs or cage in good condition Gratings or checkered plates in good condition Handrails, mid-rails and post in good condition Welds of structural components complete Davits properly greased and serviceable Varec Gage and High Level Stand Pipe: Gage well sight glass clean and serviceable Stand pipe insulation in good condition Flanges in good condition Bolts and nuts in good condition Vents and drains in good condition Miscellaneous and Associated Piping: Spring hangers and supports in good condition Dummy supports provided with weep holes Dummy supports coating in good condition Aluminum cladding/metal jacket of associated insulated piping in good condition Insulation of associated piping in good condition (no signs of ice formation)
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NO .

(Marked

Non-insulated piping coating in good condition Pipe supports in good condition Associated pump/motor coating in good condition Relief valve of associated piping properly calibrated. Vent/drain valves of associated piping in good condition

INSPECTED BY

BADGE NUMBER

DATE

FIELD SUPERVISOR

BADGE NUMBER

DATE

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Attachment D-4 SPHEROID STORAGE TANK EXTERNAL INSPECTION CHECKLIST

INSPECTION UNIT Plant No. Equipment No. Service


NO.
1.

DESCRIPTION Inspection Date Last Inspection Date

CHECKLIST Spheroid

(Marked

DESCRIPTION indicates condition checked & evaluated)

Yes No N/A

REMARKS

2.

3. 4.

5.

Shell: Name plate available and readable Shell structural attachments in good condition (no coating failure, pitting and surface corrosion) Tank identification number readable Spheroid platforms clean (no debris accumulation) Shell plates in good condition ( no blisters, bulges on plate weld seams) Manways and Nozzles: Nozzle and flanges in good condition (no leak) Gaskets in good condition Coating of nozzles and flanges in good condition Relief Valves/Vacuum Breakers: Acceptable per SAEP 319 checklist Isolation Valves: Proper rating Gland in good condition Gland stud/eye bolt in good condition Hand wheel in good condition Valve body in good condition Stairway, Platform and Walkways: Bolts/clips on grating properly installed Safety drop-bar(s) in good condition Non-seal welded structural members in good condition (no signs of corrosion scales build up) Structural supports in good condition Stairway access color-coded
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NO .

(Marked

DESCRIPTION indicates condition checked & evaluated)

Ye s

No

N/ A

REMARKS

6.

Platform(s) clean ( no debris accumulation) Welds on stairway supports and braces in good condition Sealant at gaps between treads and stairway parallel boards (stringers) in good condition Platform treads in good condition Weld of vertical ladder/rungs or cage in good condition k) Gratings or checkered plates in good condition l) Handrails, mid-rails and post in good condition m) Welds of structural components complete Miscellaneous and Associated Piping: a) Pipe supports in good condition Weep holes at dummy supports provided Dummy supports coating in good condition Relief valve of associated piping properly calibrated. Vent/drain valves of associated piping in good condition

INSPECTED BY

BADGE NUMBER

DATE

FIELD SUPERVISOR

BADGE NUMBER

DATE

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Attachment D-5 STORAGE TANK EXTERNAL INSPECTION CHECKLIST

INSPECTION UNIT

DESCRIPTION

CHECKLIST Lube Oil Reservoir

Plant No. Equipment No. Service


NO.
1.

Inspection Date Last Inspection Date


Yes No N/A REMARKS

(Marked

DESCRIPTION indicates condition checked & evaluated)

2.

3.

4.

Shell: Name plate available and readable Reservoir structural attachments coating in good condition Tank identification number in good condition Top of reservoir clean (no oil spill) Plate weld seams in good condition (no blisters or bulges were noted) Manways and Nozzles: Nozzle and flanges in good condition (no leak) Coating in good condition (no failure/corroded nozzles and flanges were noted) Vents/Vacuum Breakers: a) Vacuum breaker properly calibrated b) Vents/vacuum breaker body coating in good condition (no failure or corrosion were noted) c) Bolts and nuts in good condition Isolation Valves: a) Gland in good condition Gland stud/eye bolt in good condition Valve body in good condition

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NO .
5.

(Marked

Skid/Platform: Bolts/clips on grating in good condition Non-seal welded structural members in good condition (no signs of corrosion scales build up) Structural supports in good condition Ladder rungs in good condition Platform(s) clean ( no debris accumulation) Gratings or checkered plates in good condition Skid in good condition (no oil spill around)

INSPECTED BY

BADGE NUMBER

DATE

FIELD SUPERVISOR

BADGE NUMBER

DATE

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Attachment E-1 PRESSURE VESSEL EXTERNAL INSPECTION CHECKLIST

INSPECTION UNIT

DESCRIPTION

CHECKLIST Shell and Tube Heat Exchanger

Plant No. Equipment No. Service


NO.
1.

Inspection Date Last Inspection Date


DESCRIPTION indicates condition checked & evaluated) Yes No N/A REMARKS

(Marked

2.

External Appearance of Vessel: Mechanically sound (no damages such as scratches, grooves, dents) Equipment identification and number available Name plate available and readable Tight Nozzles (no leaks) Good welds (no cracks) Good coating appearance (no discoloration due to overheating) Good alignment Good surface appearance (no signs of blisters or bulges) Good coating (no failure; if no, check below :) (i) Isolated coating failure Widespread coating failure General corrosion Isolated pitting Widespread pitting Vessel Skirts/Supports: a) Skirt mechanically sound b) Skirt coating good c) Skirt clean inside d) Support sliding pad good condition e) Saddle shoe aligned with the supports f) Support guides available and mechanically sound g) Welds on structure support(s) h) Pipe support base /I beam in good
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condition ( no gap)

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NO .

(Marked
i)

DESCRIPTION indicates condition checked & evaluated)

Ye s

No

N/ A

REMARKS

3.

4.

5.

6.

Structure component(s) in good condition j) Space between the saddle base and support beam clean (no rust scales) k) Dummy leg support in good condition l) Base plate(s) in good condition m) Non-restrained end is free to move Nozzles /Flanges: a) Nozzle and flanges in good condition (no leak) b) No corrosion between flanges c) Flanges no signs of mechanical damage d) Uneven or loose stud bolts e) Stud bolts of proper length f) Bolts and nuts in good condition g) Weep holes of reinforcing pad properly greased Drain/Vent/Lifting Lugs: a) Drain/vent plug available b) Nipples/root valve properly seal welded c) Weep holes of reinforcing pads in good condition (no signs of leak) d) Welds on reinforcing pads in good condition e) Drain valve blinded at end f) Spectacle blind installed for positive isolation g) Drain/vent nipple or other fittings in good condition h) Davits/lifting lugs fully operational Isolation Valves: a) Proper rating installed b) Gland in good condition c) Gland stud/eye bolt in good condition d) Hand wheel in good condition e) Valve body in good condition f) Horizontal Valve position indicator with safety caution Hot/Cold Insulation: Metal jackets and insulation (hot) in good condition Aluminum cladding, vapor barrier and
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insulation (cold) in good condition Correct insulation material/sufficient thickness

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NO .

(Marked

DESCRIPTION indicates condition checked & evaluated)

Ye s

No

N/ A

REMARKS

7.

Insulation straps properly installed Insulation at OSI points covered Miscellaneous Items: Instrumentation: Pressure gage(s) in good condition Temperature gage(s) in good condition Tags for gages installed properly Thermowells thread properly engage Thermal relief valve(s) in good condition Relief Valves: Acceptable per SAEP 319 checklist

Connected Piping:
Drain/vent /welding boss/RV piping in good condition Piping flow direction arrow stenciled Piping identification stenciled Adequate supports (no vibration) Smooth fluid flow ( no vibration) Access Ladder/Platforms/Walkways: Platform/ladder/stairway/handrails in good condition Gratings in good condition Bolts/clips on grating installed properly Safety drop-bar(s) in good condition Stairway tread(s) in good condition Non-seal welded structural members in good condition (no corrosion scales build up) Stairway access color-coded Ladder rung(s) in good condition Cage(s) in good condition Platform(s) clean (no debris accumulation)

8.

INSPECTED BY

BADGE NUMBER

DATE
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FIELD SUPERVISOR

BADGE NUMBER Attachment E-2

DATE

PRESSURE VESSEL EXTERNAL INSPECTION CHECKLIST

INSPECTION UNIT Plant No. Equipment No. Service


NO.
1.

DESCRIPTION Inspection Date Last Inspection Date

CHECKLIST Fin-Fan Cooler

(Marked

DESCRIPTION indicates condition checked & evaluated)

Yes No N/A

REMARKS

2.

External Appearance of Vessel: Clean fins (no significant dust accumulation) Cleanliness of fins found acceptable as it is Cleanliness of fins found acceptable after washing with detergent and water Properly screwed plugs Top of fin tube bundle Fan blades in good condition Fan box/plenum (if any) in good condition Equipment identification and number available Name plate available and readable Nozzles in good condition Coating in good condition, (if no, check below) Isolated coating failure Widespread coating failure General Corrosion Isolated pitting Widespread pitting Supports: Bolts properly installed and in good condition
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Support structures in good condition Welds on structural support(s) in good condition Non-restrained end is free to move

00-SAIP-75 External Visual Inspection Procedure

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00-SAIP-75 External Visual Inspection Procedure No N/ A REMARKS

NO .
3.

(Marked

4.

5.

Nozzles/Flanges: Nozzle and flanges in good condition (no leak) Bolts and nuts in good condition Flanges in good alignment Drain/Vent/Blinds/Lifting Lugs: Drain/vent plug(s) installed Nipples/root valve(s) seal welded Drain valve blinded at end Spectacle blind installed for positive isolation Corrosion on the drain/vent nipple or other fittings Lifting lugs in good condition Miscellaneous Items: Instrumentation: Pressure gage(s) in good condition Temperature gage(s) in good condition Tags for gages installed Thermowells thread properly engage Thermal relief valve(s) in good condition Relief Valves: Acceptable per SAEP 319 checklist

Connected Piping:
Drain/vent /welding boss/RV piping in good condition Piping flow direction arrow stenciled Piping identification stenciled Adequate supports (no vibration) Smooth fluid flow (no vibration) Access Ladder/Platforms/Walkways: Platform/ladder/stairway/handrails in good condition Gratings in good condition Bolts/clips on grating Safety drop-bar(s) in good condition Stairway tread(s) in good condition
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6.

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00-SAIP-75 External Visual Inspection Procedure No N/ A REMARKS

NO .

(Marked

Non-seal welded structural members in good condition (no corrosion scales build up) Stairway access color-coded Ladder rung(s) in good condition Cage(s) in good condition Platform(s) clean (no debris accumulation)

INSPECTED BY

BADGE NUMBER

DATE

FIELD SUPERVISOR

BADGE NUMBER

DATE

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Attachment E-3 PRESSURE VESSEL EXTERNAL INSPECTION CHECKLIST

INSPECTION UNIT Plant No. Equipment No. Service


NO.
1.

DESCRIPTION Inspection Date Last Inspection Date

CHECKLIST Plate Type

(Marked

DESCRIPTION indicates condition checked & evaluated)

Yes No N/A

REMARKS

2.

3.

External Appearance of Vessel: Plates in good condition Manifold section in good condition Plate mechanically sound Equipment identification and number available Name plate available and readable Coating of other components in good condition Good Coating (no failure; if no, check below:) Isolated coating failure Widespread coating failure General corrosion Isolated pitting Nozzles/Flanges: Nozzle and flanges in good condition (no leak) Bolts and nuts in good condition Flanges in good alignment Supports/Access Ladder/Platforms/Walkways: Support structures in good condition Lifting lugs in good condition Platform/ladder/stairway/handrails in good condition Gratings in good condition Bolts/clips on grating installed properly Safety drop-bar(s) in good condition Stairway tread(s) in good condition

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00-SAIP-75 External Visual Inspection Procedure No N/ A REMARKS

NO .

(Marked

Non-seal welded structural members in good condition (no corrosion scales build up) Stairway access color-coded Ladder rung(s) in good condition Cage(s) in good condition Platform(s) clean (debris accumulation)

INSPECTED BY

BADGE NUMBER

DATE

FIELD SUPERVISOR

BADGE NUMBER

DATE

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Attachment F-1 PRESSURE VESSEL EXTERNAL INSPECTION CHECKLIST

INSPECTION UNIT Plant No. Equipment No. Service


NO.
1.

DESCRIPTION Inspection Date Last Inspection Date

CHECKLIST Boilers

(Marked

DESCRIPTION indicates condition checked & evaluated)

Yes No N/A

REMARKS

2.

External Appearance of Boiler: Furnace cover in good condition Insulation side cover in good condition Equipment identification and number Name plate available and readable Peep hole in good condition Mud drum drain fully clamped Sightglass in good condition Boiler tubes in good condition (thermography) Refractory in good condition (thermography) Coating in good condition (if no, then check below) Isolated coating failure Widespread coating failure General Corrosion Isolated pitting Widespread pitting Discoloration due overheating Structural/Supports: Spring supports Coil spring in good condition Safety hooks available Spring support components in good condition Spring identification readable Spring housing clean (no accumulation of debris) I Beam Columns in good condition
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Davits/lifting lugs in good condition

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00-SAIP-75 External Visual Inspection Procedure No N/ A REMARKS

NO .
3.

(Marked

4.

5.

6.

7.

Nozzles/Manways/Flanges: Nozzle and flanges in good condition (no leak) Flange faces in good condition(no corrosion) Flanges aligned properly Stud bolts properly tightened Stud bolts correct size installed Correct gaskets installed Bolts and nuts in good condition Drain/Vent/Blinds/Lifting Lugs: Drain/vent plug installed Drain valve blinded at end Spectacle blind installed for positive isolation Drain/vent nipple or other fittings in good condition Drain/vent valves seal welded Isolation Valve(s ) Gland in good condition Gland stud/eye bolt in good condition Vibrating flapper on swing check valve Hand wheel in good condition Valve body in good condition Insulation: Surface condition good Metal jackets and insulation (hot) in good condition Insulation straps in good condition Insulation at OSI points covered Miscellaneous Items: a) Instrumentation: Pressure gage(s) in good condition Temperature gage(s) in good condition Tags for gages in good condition Thermowells thread properly engage Thermal relief valve(s) in good condition Level sight glasses in good condition

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00-SAIP-75 External Visual Inspection Procedure No N/ A REMARKS

NO .

(Marked

8.

9.

b) Relief Valves: Acceptable per SAEP 319 checklist c) Connected Piping: Drain/vent /welding boss/RV piping in good condition Piping flow direction arrow stenciled Piping identification stenciled Adequately supports prevent vibration Fluid flow smooth (prevent vibration) Access Ladder/Platforms/Walkways: Platform/ladder/stairway/handrails in good condition Grating in good condition Fixing bolts/clips on grating in good condition Safety drop-bar(s) in good condition Stairway tread(s) in good condition Non-seal welded structural members in good condition Stairway access color-coded Ladder rung(s) in good condition Cage(s) in good condition Platform(s) clean (no debris accumulation) Forced Draft and Motor, Lube Oil Pumps/Motors and air Duct: Equipment identification and number stenciled Inboard and outboard bearings vibration normal Air intake openings and wire mesh covers in good condition Fan motor lube oil coolers & piping in good condition Motor housing and base structural supports in good condition Lube oil pumps PZV in good condition

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00-SAIP-75 External Visual Inspection Procedure No N/ A REMARKS

NO .
10.

(Marked

Forced Draft and Motor, Lube Oil Pumps/Motors and Air Duct: Stack bottom drain in open position Insulation of flue gas outlet in good condition Insulation of stack in good condition Flue gas temperature gauge in good condition Flue gas sample point in good condition Stack top stiffeners in good condition

INSPECTED BY

BADGE NUMBER

DATE

FIELD SUPERVISOR

BADGE NUMBER

DATE

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Attachment F-2 PRESSURE VESSEL EXTERNAL INSPECTION CHECKLIST

INSPECTION UNIT Plant No. Equipment No. Service


NO.
1.

DESCRIPTION Inspection Date Last Inspection Date

CHECKLIST Fired Heater

(Marked

DESCRIPTION indicates condition checked & evaluated)

Yes No N/A

REMARKS

2.

External Appearance of Fired Heaters: Furnace cover in good condition Insulation side cover in good condition Equipment identification and number Name plate available and readable Peep hole in good condition Sightglass in good condition Coating of metal casing in good condition, (if no, then check below) Isolated coating failure Widespread coating failure General Corrosion Isolated pitting Widespread pitting Heater metal casing weld in good condition Inlet header in good condition Outlet header in good condition Tubes in good condition Metal casing bolts/nuts in good condition Burners in good condition Flue stacks in good condition Structural/Supports: Supports Support pads in good condition Safety hooks in good condition Spring support components in good condition I Beam columns in good condition
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Structural bracings in good condition Davits/lifting lugs in good condition

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NO .
3.

(Marked

4.

5.

6.

7.

Nozzles/Manways/Flanges: Flanges in good condition (no leaks, stains, deposits or drips) Flange faces in good condition Stud bolts in good condition Stud bolts correct size installed Correct gasket installed Bolts and nuts in good condition Drain/Vent/Blinds/Lifting Lugs: Drain/vent plug in good condition Drain valve blinded at end Spectacle blind installed for positive isolation Drain/vent nipple or other fittings in good condition Drain/vent valves seal welded Isolation Valve(s ): Gland in good condition Gland stud/eye bolt in good condition Flapper on swing check valve in good condition Hand wheel in good condition Valve body in good condition Insulation: Insulation/refractory in good condition Metal jackets and insulation (hot) in good condition Insulation straps in good condition Insulation at OSI points covered Miscellaneous Items: Instrumentation: Pressure gage(s) in good condition Temperature gage(s) in good condition Tags for gages available Thermowells thread properly engage Thermal relief valve(s) in good condition Level sight glasses in good condition Draft gauges in good condition

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Relief Valves: Acceptable per SAEP 319 checklist

00-SAIP-75 External Visual Inspection Procedure Ye s No N/ A REMARKS

NO .

(Marked

Connected Piping:
Drain/vent /welding boss/RV piping in good condition Piping flow direction arrow stenciled Piping identification stenciled Adequate support (no vibration) Smooth fluid flow (no vibration) Access Ladder/Platforms/Walkways: Platform/ladder/stairway/handrails in good condition Grating in good condition Fixing bolts/clips on grating available Safety drop-bar(s) in good condition Stairway tread(s) in good condition Non-seal welded structural members in good condition Stairway access color-coded Ladder rung(s) in good condition Cage(s) in good condition Platform(s) clean (no debris accumulation) Forced Draft and Motor, Lube Oil Pumps/Motors and Air Duct: Equipment identification and number stenciled Inboard and outboard bearings vibration normal Air intake openings and wire mesh covers in good condition Fan motor lube oil coolers and piping in good condition Motor housing and base structural supports in good condition Lube oil pumps PZV in good condition Forced Draft and Motor, Lube Oil Pumps/Motors and Air Duct: Stack bottom drain in open position Insulation of flue gas outlet in good condition Insulation of stack in good condition
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8.

9.

10.

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00-SAIP-75 External Visual Inspection Procedure No N/ A REMARKS

NO .

(Marked

11.

Flue gas temperature gauge in good condition Flue gas sample point in good condition Stack top stiffeners in good condition Stack (Natural Draft): Steel plate in good condition Access door secured Structural supports in good condition Guy wire support in good condition Steel plate weld seams in good condition Rivets joints in good condition Anchor bolts in good condition Bricks in good condition

INSPECTED BY

BADGE NUMBER

DATE

FIELD SUPERVISOR

BADGE NUMBER

DATE

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Attachment F-3 PRESSURE VESSEL EXTERNAL INSPECTION CHECKLIST

INSPECTION UNIT Plant No. Equipment No. Service


NO.
1.

DESCRIPTION Inspection Date Last Inspection Date

CHECKLIST Flare System

(Marked

DESCRIPTION indicates condition checked & evaluated)

Yes No N/A

REMARKS

2.

Flare Stack and Piping: Equipment identification and number available Name plate available and readable Flare stack/piping in good condition, (if no, check below) Isolated coating failure Widespread coating failure General Corrosion Isolated pitting Widespread pitting Weld joints of flare stack in good condition Flange bolts and nuts in good condition Pilot gas piping aligned from barrel properly Pilot burners functioning Piping clamps in good condition Structural/Supports/Access Ladder/Platforms/ Walkways/Guy Wire: Platforms/ladder/stairway in good condition Gratings in good condition Bolts/clips on grating properly installed Safety drop-bar(s) in good condition Stairway tread(s) in good condition Non-seal welded structural in good condition Stairway access color-coded Vertical ladder welds in good condition

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00-SAIP-75 External Visual Inspection Procedure No N/ A REMARKS

NO .

(Marked

Hoop guards/cage bracings acceptable condition Steel cable life line in good condition Structure/bracings/bolts/nuts in good condition Foundation in good condition Anchor bolts in good condition Guy wire in good condition Dead men in good condition Grounding cables installed properly

INSPECTED BY

BADGE NUMBER

DATE

FIELD SUPERVISOR

BADGE NUMBER

DATE

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Attachment L PIPING EXTERNAL INSPECTION CHECKLIST

INSPECTION UNIT Plant No. Equipment No. Service


NO.
1.

DESCRIPTION Inspection Date Last Inspection Date NPS

CHECKLIST PIPING

(Marked

DESCRIPTION indicates condition checked & evaluated)

Yes No N/A

REMARKS

2.

External Appearance of Piping: Mechanically sound (no damages such as scratches, grooves, dents) Equipment identification and number available Tight nozzles (no leaks) Good welds (no cracks) Good coating appearance (no discoloration due to overheating) Good alignment Good surface appearance (no signs of blisters, bulges) Space between pipe and clamp/wind girder type of supports in good condition Good Coating (no failure; if no, check below:) Isolated coating failure Widespread coating failure General Corrosion Isolated pitting Widespread pitting Pipe Supports: Saddle shoe aligned with the supports Pipe hanger(s): spring in good condition Pipe hanger(s): Load indicator and components in good condition Teflon sliding pad & lubrication in good condition Pipe guide(s) in good condition Pipe anchor(s) in good condition Structural support(s) in good condition
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00-SAIP-75 External Visual Inspection Procedure No N/ A REMARKS

NO .

(Marked

3.

4.

5.

Slide plate/rollers in good condition Pipe support base/I beam properly aligned Saddle base and the support beam in good condition (no scale build up) Shims installed between support and pipe Base plate(s) in good condition Flanges: Bolts properly tightened (no leaks) Special leak protection cover (caustic/chemical) installed properly Flange faces in good condition Flanges aligned properly Size of stud bolts correct Jack screws properly installed h) Bolts and nuts in good condition Fittings: Drain/vent plug installed Nipples/root valve completely seal welded Weep holes of reinforcing pad greased Weep holes of reinforcing in good condition Welds on reinforcing pads in good condition Drain valve blinded at end Spectacle blind installed for positive isolation e) Drain/vent nipple/other fittings in good condition Valves: (gate/globe/plug/ball/diaphragm/butterfly/ check/slide) Proper rating installed Gland in good condition Gland stud/eye bolt in good condition Flapper on swing check valve in good condition Hand wheel in good condition Valve body in good condition Horizontal valve position indicator with safety caution

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00-SAIP-75 External Visual Inspection Procedure No N/ A REMARKS

NO .
6.

(Marked

7.

8.

Special Features: Overhead piping in good condition Expansion joint(s) in good condition Orifice connection(s) in good condition Chemical injection point(s) in good condition Dead leg(s) removed or monitored Dummy dead leg(s) in good condition Clearance to adjacent piping or structures acceptable Repair sleeve(s) in good condition Pipe Insulation: a) Metal jackets and insulation (hot) in good condition b) Aluminum cladding, vapor barrier and insulation (cold) in good condition c) Insulation collars in good condition d) Insulation straps installed and tight Miscellaneous Items: Instrumentation: Pressure gage(s) in good condition Temperature gage(s) in good condition Tags for gages installed Thermowells thread properly engage Thermal relief valve(s) in good condition Relief Valves: Acceptable per SAEP 319 checklist

Piping Color Coding:


Utilities lines color coded per SAESL-42 Fire water line, fittings, valves color coded per SAES-B-067 Piping identification stenciled Piping flow direction arrow stenciled OSI-TML- clearly marked Corrosion monitoring Cosasco fitting location marked

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00-SAIP-75 External Visual Inspection Procedure No N/ A REMARKS

NO .
9.

(Marked

10.

11.

Condition of Piping to Prevent Swaying /Vibration: Adequate support Overhung weight acceptable Smooth fluid flow (no vibration) Small bore or alloy pipe acceptable thickness Adequate bracings on vents/drains near pumps, MOV, etc. Cold/Hot Insulated Lines: Surface in good condition Jacketing /insulation in good condition All straps of cladding available and tight Insulation material in good condition Correct insulation material/sufficient thickness Steam tracing trap(s) in good condition Underground to Aboveground Transition Sections: Outer wrap/inner wrap in good condition Coating in good condition Sufficient clearance between piping and ground level Proper coating applied on transition section Tag for valve drains and grease points available Pipe sleeves in good condition and properly sealed

INSPECTED BY

BADGE NUMBER

DATE

FIELD SUPERVISOR

BADGE NUMBER

DATE

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Attachment M-1 STRUCTURAL INSPECTION CHECKLIST

INSPECTION UNIT

DESCRIPTION

CHECKLIST On-Shore STRUCTURAL

Plant No. Equipment No. Service


NO.
1.

Inspection Date Last Inspection Date


Yes No N/ A REMARKS

(Marked

DESCRIPTION indicates condition checked & evaluated)

WALKWAYS/PLATFORMS: Footings in good condition Stairways in good condition Structural joints fully seal welded Good welds (no cracks) Structural members in good condition Bolted connections in good condition (no rust scale building up on lap/bolted joints) Gratings in good condition Clips on gratings complete and fully tight Handrails in good condition Toe boards in good condition Mid-rails in good condition Ladder in good condition Cage secured (no cracks) Safety drop bar(s) in good condition Platform clean Good Coating (no failure; if no, check below): Isolated coating failure Widespread coating failure General Corrosion Isolated pitting Widespread pitting

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00-SAIP-75 External Visual Inspection Procedure N o N/ A REMARKS

NO. 2.

(Marked

3.

TOWERS: Footings in good condition Base plates fully secured (bolted/welded) Stairways in good condition Structural joints fully seal welded Splice joints in good condition Good welds (no cracks) Structural members in good condition Bolted connections in good condition (no rust scale building up on lap/bolted joints) Riveted joints in good condition Gratings in good condition Clips on gratings complete and fully tight Handrails in good condition Toe boards in good condition Mid-rails in good condition Vertical ladder in good condition Life line in good condition Hoop guards in good condition Good Coating (no failure; if no, check below Isolated coating failure Widespread coating failure General Corrosion Isolated pitting Widespread pitting BRIDGES: Welded structures good (no cracks) Bolted connections in good condition (no rust scale building up on lap/bolted joints) Gratings in good condition Bracings in good condition Clips on gratings complete and fully tight Handrails in good condition Toe boards in good condition Mid-rails in good condition

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Good Coating (no failure; if no, check below: Isolated coating failure Widespread coating failure General Corrosion Isolated pitting Widespread pitting Sign board in good condition

00-SAIP-75 External Visual Inspection Procedure Yes N o N/ A REMARKS

NO.

(Marked

INSPECTED BY

BADGE NUMBER

DATE

FIELD SUPERVISOR

BADGE NUMBER

DATE

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Attachment M-2 STRUCTURAL INSPECTION CHECKLIST

INSPECTION UNIT

DESCRIPTION

CHECKLIST Off-Shore STRUCTURAL

Plant No. Equipment No. Service


NO.
1.

Inspection Date Last Inspection Date


Yes N o N/ A REMARKS

(Marked

DESCRIPTION indicates condition checked & evaluated)

2.

WALKWAYS/PLATFORMS: Base plates in good condition Stairways in good condition Structural joints fully seal welded Good welds (no cracks) Structural members in good condition Bolted connections in good condition (no rust scale building up on lap/bolted joints) Gratings in good condition Clips on gratings complete and fully tight Handrails in good condition Toe boards in good condition Mid-rails in good condition Good Coating (no failure; if no, check below Isolated coating failure Widespread coating failure General Corrosion Isolated pitting Widespread pitting TRESTLE Piles in good condition Cap beams in good condition Stringer beams in good condition Structural bracings in good condition Splice plates weld joints in good condition

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NO.

(Marked

3.

Bolted connections in good condition (no rust scale building up on lap/bolted joints) Expansion joints in good condition Pump strainers in good condition Pump strainer structural supports and guides in good condition Miscellaneous supports (pumps, compressors, diesel engine, electrical, instrument piping) in good condition Good Coating (no failure; if no, check below:) Isolated coating failure Widespread coating failure General Corrosion Isolated pitting Widespread pitting BERTHS (Loading Facility) Piles in good condition Cap beams in good condition Stringer beams in good condition Structural bracings in good condition Splice plates weld joints in good condition Bolted connections in good condition (no rust scale building up on lap/bolted joints) Expansion joints in good condition Miscellaneous supports (pumps, compressors, diesel engine, electrical, instrument piping) in good condition Mooring bollards in good condition Mounting/supports of winch in good condition Hoist in good condition Hoist cable/wire in good condition Gratings in good condition Grating clips complete and fully tight Structural support of fenders in good condition Wooden fenders in good condition

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NO.

(Marked

4.

Bolting/washers of wooden fenders complete and fully tight Rubber fenders in good condition Good Coating (no failure; if no, check below:) Isolated coating failure Widespread coating failure General Corrosion Isolated pitting Widespread pitting Loading arm structures Counterweights in good condition Wheels in good condition Insulating flanges in good condition MOORING DOLPHINS Piles in good condition Cap beams in good condition Stringer beams in good condition Structural bracings in good condition Splice plates weld joints in good condition Bolted connections in good condition (no rust scale building up on lap/bolted joints) Mooring bollards in good condition Mounting/supports of winch in good condition Gratings in good condition Grating clips complete and fully tight Structural support of fenders in good condition Rubber fenders in good condition Good Coating (no failure; if no, check below:) Isolated coating failure Widespread coating failure General Corrosion Isolated pitting Widespread pitting

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NO.
5.

(Marked

6.

BREASTING DOLPHINS Piles in good condition Cap beams in good condition Stringer beams in good condition Structural bracings in good condition Splice plates weld joints in good condition Bolted connections in good condition (no rust scale building up on lap/bolted joints) Mooring bollards in good condition Mounting/supports of winch in good condition Gratings in good condition Grating clips complete and fully tight Structural support of fenders in good condition Wooden fenders in good condition Bolting/washers of wooden fenders complete and fully tight Rubber fenders in good condition Good Coating (no failure; if no, check below:) Isolated coating failure Widespread coating failure General Corrosion Isolated pitting Widespread pitting BARGE/COMPARTMENTS Piles in good condition Cap beams in good condition Stringer beams in good condition Structural bracings in good condition Splice plates weld joints in good condition Bolted connections in good condition (no rust scale building up on lap/bolted joints) Gratings in good condition Grating clips complete and fully tight Top deck plates in good condition Bottom deck plates in good condition

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NO.

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7.

8.

Bulk head mechanically sound (no corrosion) Stairways in good condition Doors in good condition Good Coating (no failure; if no, check below:) Isolated coating failure Widespread coating failure General Corrosion Isolated pitting Widespread pitting SMALL BOAT LANDING Piles in good condition Cap beams in good condition Stringer beams in good condition Structural bracings in good condition Splice plates weld joints in good condition Bolted connections in good condition (no rust scale building up on lap/bolted joints) Gratings in good condition Structural support of fenders in good condition Wooden fenders in good condition Bolting/washers of wooden fenders complete and fully tight Rubber fenders in good condition Grating clips complete and fully tight Good Coating (no failure; if no, check below:) Isolated coating failure Widespread coating failure General Corrosion Isolated pitting Widespread pitting GANGWAYS Handrails in good condition Mid-rails in good condition Stair threads in good condition Turntable in good condition Hoist in good condition

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NO.
9.

(Marked

HELIDECKS: Flight deck in good condition Stair and ladder in good condition Helideck identification number and markings in good condition Safety net in good condition Perimeter lighting and flood lights functioning

INSPECTED BY

BADGE NUMBER

DATE

FIELD SUPERVISOR

BADGE NUMBER

DATE

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Attachment P ELECTRICAL EXTERNAL INSPECTION CHECKLIST

INSPECTION UNIT Plant No. Equipment No. Service


NO. (Marked
1.

DESCRIPTION Inspection Date Last Inspection Date


No N/A

CHECKLIST ELECTRICAL

DESCRIPTION Yes indicates condition checked & evaluated)

REMARKS

2.

Motors: Motor temperature normal Identification number readable Ground properly connected Control devices (push buttons) properly identified Air circulation adequate Starter functioning Coupling guard in good condition Motor coating in good condition (no failure, pitting and surface corrosion, no blisters, no bulges on plate weld seams) Motor mounting bolts in good condition Substations: Light indication for MCC and switch gear in good condition MCC and switch gear enclosure bolts available MCC and switchgear sound normal Breakers identification and panel board Directories properly provided Building temperature normal (below 35 degrees C) Equipment grounding properly installed MCC and switchgear rubber insulation installed Lighting (emergency, exits and building lights) acceptable Working space acceptable Cleanliness inside the substation
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maintained (no debris left)

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(Marked

3.

4.

5.

A/C system adequate Exit signs available in English and Arabic Hercules Padlock Bar type in good condition Switchracks: Label available and readable Sunshade available Structure and supports in good condition Enclosures: Cover bolts and gaskets installed Unused openings sealed correctly Unit in good condition Supports adequate Area application approved (NEMA 3, 4, 7, etc.) Enclosure sealed completely (no signs of moisture and dust penetration) Cover threads lubricated Ground connection and bonds properly connected Terminal, box, cables labeled correctly Junction Box accessible Door opening properly Bushing, Mayer hub and threads engaged properly Junction box in good condition Wires arrangement (excessive loops) installed properly Spare terminal available Number of conductors in box acceptable Outlet enclosure in good condition Bus box in good condition Manholes/Duct Banks: Cables properly identified Cables racked properly Cable splicing correct Ground connection secured Rack supports in good condition Conduit end sealant in good condition Manhole entry sealant in good condition
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NO. (Marked

6.

7.

8.

Ladder in good condition Housekeeping maintained Battery Rooms: Ventilation sufficient and effective Battery cell/bank Identified Battery rack grounded Electrolyte level acceptable Standard building temperature maintained Lighting acceptable Terminal and connection acceptable Personal protective equipment available Color coding correct Door in good condition Eyewash, shower available Working space provided Drain clean Battery case in good condition Warning signs available Transformers/Yards: Temperature normal Warning sign installed Transformer sealed (dust and moisture protected) Grounds and bonds properly connected Bolts installed properly Sun shield for outdoor installation in good condition Transformer perimeter fence secured Equipment properly identified Transformer sound normal Pressure temperature gauges in good condition Equipment/fence properly grounded Transformer bushing good (no signs of leak) Silica gel filter in good condition Equipment cleanliness maintained Lighting System: Lamp wattage acceptable Sockets in good condition Reflectors in good condition Wiring normal temperature
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NO.

(Marked

9.

10.

Grounds and bonds in good condition Lighting guards in good condition Lighting sufficient (measured) Conduit System: Conduits are mechanically in good condition Conduits in good condition PVC coating application in good condition Grounds and bonds in good condition EYS seal fitting in classified areas properly poured, minimum threads engaged and correct at location Conduit fittings in good condition Covers installed Number of conductors in conduits acceptable Bushings on conduit ends available Threads in good condition Flexible conduit in good condition All conduits in service Expansion joints and bonding jumpers in good condition Conduit runs continuous and not broken Conduits support adequate Conduits supports in good condition Support clamps in good condition Conduit numbers available Electrical markers for underground cables/conduits are sufficient Ground System: Ground connections are in good condition Ground resistance acceptable (measured) Conduits sizes are acceptable Ground color code is per standard Minimum ground conductor is acceptable Low voltage equipment frames connected to grounding grid All vessels and tanks grounded properly Fence grounded properly
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NO.
11.

(Marked

12

Cable Tray: Tray grounded properly Tray splicing plate in good condition Bounding jumpers installed Tray cover and band installed Expansion joint available Barriers (separation) installed Conduit entering cable tray grounded properly Label are available Miscellaneous Items: Window type A/C mal-functioning Fire alarms functioning Emergency lighting sufficient Power supply sockets in good condition Communication cable in good condition

INSPECTED BY

BADGE NUMBER

DATE

FIELD SUPERVISOR

BADGE NUMBER

DATE

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Attachment Q CIVIL EXTERNAL INSPECTION CHECKLIST

INSPECTION UNIT Plant No. Equipment No. Service


NO .
1.

DESCRIPTION Inspection Date Last Inspection Date


Yes N o N/ A

CHECKLIST CIVIL

(Marked

DESCRIPTION indicates condition checked & evaluated)


Buildings: Exterior Painting in good condition Piping (water supply) in good condition Sewage piping in good condition Stairs in good condition Concrete foundations in good condition Walkway concrete slab in good condition Wall in good condition Lighting pole foundation in good condition Ladders in good condition Building number/identification in good condition Entrance Main door in good condition Fixed glass in good condition Floor tiles in good condition Ceiling in good condition Hall and Rooms Floor in good condition Walls in good condition Ceiling in good condition Paint in good condition Doors in good condition Windows in good condition Air conditioning mal-functioning Fire alarms functioning Emergency lighting sufficient

REMARKS

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NO.

(Marked

2.

Power supply sockets in good condition Communication cable in good condition Toilets Doors in good condition Partition Walls in good condition Ceiling in good condition Walls in good condition Exhaust system in good condition Water in good condition Lavatory in good condition Urinals in good condition Sink in good condition Plumbing Accessories in good condition Paper holders in good condition Hand dryer in good condition Water Heater in good condition Sprinklers in good condition Soap holder in good condition Water sprayer in good condition Floor drain and strainer in good condition Tank Structures, Foundations, Apron & Dikes: Structure in good condition (if no, check below) Chalking Delamination Spalling Breaking Scaling Cracking Base properly compact (no signs of settlement) Structures surface smooth (no bulging/re-bar corrosion) Foundation in good condition Expansion joint sealant in good condition

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00-SAIP-75 External Visual Inspection Procedure N o N/ A REMARKS

NO.
3.

(Marked

4.

5.

6.

7.

8.

Concrete Firewall Concrete in good condition Re-bars protected (nothing exposed) Pipe penetrations sealed Vessels Foundation: Concrete foundation/pedestal in good condition Anchors in good condition Re-bars protected (nothing exposed) Base properly compact ( no signs of settlement) Concrete Storage Sumps: Concrete storage sumps in good condition Covers in good condition Re-bars protected (nothing exposed) Concrete Fireproofing: Concrete foundation in good condition Surfaces smooth (no bulging) Surface in good condition Re-bars protected (nothing exposed) Piping Structural Support Footings/Foundations: Concrete foundation in good condition Base properly compact ( no signs of settlement) Base plates in good condition (no sand accumulation) Concrete and Asphalt Pavement: Water retention acceptable Surface in good condition Pavement smooth and in good condition

INSPECTED BY

BADGE NUMBER

DATE

FIELD SUPERVISOR

BADGE NUMBER

DATE

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