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SAUDI ARAMCO ID/PID - 2/19/05 - REV 0 (Standards Cutoff - August 2004

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SAUDI ARAMCO INSPECTION CHECKLIST
Storage, Handling and Preservation of Cement Lined Pipe/Fittings and Joint Filler Materials
PROJECT TITLE

SAIC NUMBER

DATE APPROVED

QR NUMBER

SAIC-L-2074
WBS / BI / JO NUMBER

25-May-05

PIPE-

CONTRACTOR / SUBCONTRACTOR

EQUIPMENT ID NUMBER(S) LAYOUT DRAWING NUMBER SCHEDULED INSPECTION DATE & TIME SAUDI ARAMCO TIP NUMBER SAUDI ARAMCO INSPECTION LEVEL

EQUIPMENT DESCRIPTION REV. NO. PURCHASE ORDER NUMBER

EQPT CODE

SYSTEM ID.

PLANT NO.

EC / PMCC / MCC NO. QUANTITY INSP. MH's SPENT TRAVEL TIME

ACTUAL INSPECTION DATE & TIME SAUDI ARAMCO ACTIVITY NUMBER CONTRACTOR INSPECTION LEVEL

SAUDI ARAMCO USE ONLY
WORK PERMIT REQUIRED?

ITEM No. A1 A2

ACCEPTANCE CRITERIA Internally coated or lined pipe is handled at all times in a manner that prevents damage. Internally coated or lined pipes are handled from the outside diameter (OD) only. Lined pipes and fittings are lifted with wide fabric or rubber-covered slings and padding is used to prevent damage to lining, in accordance with SAES-H-200. Filler material is stored in well-ventilated buildings at storage temperatures as recommended in the Manufacturer's data sheet Filler material used at construction sites is covered with appropriate canvas, tarpaulins, or equivalent for a temporary storage period not to exceed 14 days. Fittings are stored in shipping crates or on racks. Plastic end caps are securely fastened to ends of completed pipe for protection of the cement-mortar lining. End caps are maintained in place until time of installation. The maximum number of rows in a stack of pipe is limited by the maximum allowable static load stress in the wall of the most heavily loaded pipe in the bottom row of the stack. For stacks in the pipe yard: 0.6 times the SMYS of the pipe material. Handling, Loading & Stacking, Plastic End Cap requirements as per Final Inspection & Testing Requirements, is observed.

REFERENCE SAES-H-200 Para. 5.1.1 01-SAMSS-024 Para. 5.1.6 SAES-L-350 Para. 8.2 SAES-H-100 Para. 6.1 SAES-H-100 Para. 6.2 SAES-L-350 Para. 7.3 AWWA C205 Sec. 6.2

PASS

FAIL

N/A

RE-INSP DATE

A3

A4

A5

A6

A7

A8

01-SAMSS-024 Para. 7.1 SA Form 175012500

A9

REMARKS:

REFERENCE DOCUMENTS: 1. SAES-H-200, Storage, Handling and Installation of Externally Coated Pipe, 31 July, 2004 2. 01-SAMSS-024, Pipe Handling and Nesting, 29 October, 2003 3. SAES-L-350, Construction of Plant Piping, 30 September, 2003 4. SAES-H-100, Coating Materials & Application Requirements for Industrial Facilities, 31 July, 2004 5. AWWA C205, Cement-Mortar Lining..., 11 June 2000 6. Saudi Aramco Form 175-012500, Concrete-Mortar Lining, March 1998

Contractor / Third-Party
Construction Representative*
Work is Complete and Ready for Inspection: Name, Initials and Date: Name, Initials and Date:

Saudi Aramco
PMT Representative
T&I Witnessed QC Record Reviewed Work Verified

QC Inspector
Performed Inspection Name, Initials and Date: Work / Rework May Proceed

PID Representative
T&I Witnessed Name, Initials and Date: QC Record Reviewed Work Verified

QC Supervisor
Quality Record Approved: Name, Sign and Date: *Person Responsible for Completion of Quality Work / Test

Proponent and Others
Name, Organization, Initials and Date: T&I Witnessed QC Record Reviewed Work Verified

Y = YES

N = NO F = FAILED

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