Water Spray Firefighting System Installation Method Statement

water spray system installation method statement

Below you can find steps for installing the water spray firefighting and fire suppression system. The method statement covers all necessary parts and accessories for the spray system. Following tools shall be arranged before starting the job: Water Spray Nozzle – High Velocity Deluge Valve, OS & Y Valve Electrical Devices Pipe Wrenches Hammer Chisel Spanners Screw Drivers Files Drilling …

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Main Sub-Main Distribution Boards Testing and Commissioning Procedure

distribution board testing procedure

Method Statement For The Testing and Commissioning of Main Sub-Main Distribution Boards (MSMDB) Sub-Main Distribution Boards (SMDB) Distribution Boards (DB) and Consumer Units(CU) TESTING, COMMISSIONING AND START UP PROCEDURES Upon completion of equipment installation and prior to carrying out test runs, the Contractor shall visually inspect the installation and satisfy that the equipment has been properly installed. Ensure that all …

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Main Distribution Board MDB Testing & Commissioning Procedure

main-distribution-board MDB Testing Procedure

Upon completion of the LV Distribution Board installation including proper terminations into each breaker, the same shall be offered up for inspection from consultants. Earth fault loop impedance test & earth leakage test for LV Distribution Board shall be done & recorded in prescribed format. There are 3 cases to be considered. Case 1 is ONLY interconnecting cable between Upstream …

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Condensate Water Filter Installation Method Statement

The Condensate Water Filter (Side Stream/ Multimedia) are compact filtration packages for the removal of grit, airborne particles and scale from cooling tower water in order to avoid system fouling. A licensed and/or trained/experienced plant electrician and millwright-pipe fitter should install this packaged system. Ensure that the concrete pad is level and structurally sound to accommodation the weight of the …

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Method Statement for Chemical Cleaning of Carbon Steel Pipelines

Chemical Cleaning will be done to remove the storage and assembly rusting, Protective greases and oils, Mill  scale, Welding slag, Dust, Dirt, Scale and most protective coatings from pipes and other atmospheric or contact erection residue. After completion of chemical cleaning  and  restoration, CS pipes will  be preserved / filled with nitrogen gas in order to avoid further rusting. Physical residues …

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