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CEMENTING PROCEDURE: BASRA

POST JOB:
1. *Ticket completed on location.
2. Ticket package:
A. 2 x Customer ticket. Each Customer Ticket contains: Header. Safety meeting, Execution report, Job report, Field ticket, Personnel, 3305 Chart. DT Files.
B. 1 x Baker ticket c/w prices. Containing: Header, Mix water test, Safety meeting, Execution report, Job report, Field ticket c/w prices, Personnel, Quality control, Toolbox talk, Maintenance Reports
NOTE: ENI Receives Field Ticket without prices. Item A left on location, item B handed to Baker Operations manager.
3. Excess chemical returned to inventory. (Obaib. Chemical Movement)
4. At completion of well, cement returned to Silos. (Obaid. Chemical Movement, Bulk Plant Log)
5. Maintenance sheets completed. Soft copy sent to Maintenance Supervisor/Cementing Coordinator.
6. FMRs completed as necessary. Soft copy sent to Maintenance Supervisor/Ops manager/Cementing Coordinator
PRE JOB:
1. Job briefing with Cementing Coordinator -program reviewed, calculations completed and chemical quantities checked against chemical inventory.
2. Crew identified.
3. Chemicals loaded, cement blended and loaded. (Obaid. Chemical Movement. DT )
4. Drivers issued with permits
5. Rig notified of ETA , number of personnel, approximate time on location.
LOCATION:
1. All mix water to be tested for Salinity and Ph. Mix water sheet filled and signed. Water over 700 ppm Slainity-inform engineering.
2. Mix water mixed and stored in Baker Equipment. Spacer mixed in Rig tanks and pumped by Rig.
3. Mix water and blend cement samples taken and stored with lab.
Small cement sample bags/5 liter containers.
Samples marked: Location, Job, Date, Content description.
JOB
1. During displacement on cement unit, count displacement tanks.
*DO NOT RELY ON BARREL COUNTER*
2. If rig displaces, Supervisor observe displacement and monitor returns at shaker. Note time and volume of preflush, spacer and cement returns.
3. Note time and volume when bump plug.
4. Do not deviate from program. If requested to change call Cementing Engineer(07801968201), Cementing Coordinator (07801968201), Operations Manager(07801968618).
5. If problem occurs, notify Operations Manager immediately. Have blend and mix water samples ready for testing if required.
6. Be available by phone at all times.
A. 2 x Customer ticket. Each Customer Ticket contains: Header. Safety meeting, Execution report, Job report, Field ticket, Personnel, 3305 Chart. DT Files.
B. 1 x Baker ticket c/w prices. Containing: Header, Mix water test, Safety meeting, Execution report, Job report, Field ticket c/w prices, Personnel, Quality control, Toolbox talk, Maintenance Reports
NOTE: ENI Receives Field Ticket without prices. Item A left on location, item B handed to Baker Operations manager.
4. At completion of well, cement returned to Silos. (Obaid. Chemical Movement, Bulk Plant Log)
5. Maintenance sheets completed. Soft copy sent to Maintenance Supervisor/Cementing Coordinator.
6. FMRs completed as necessary. Soft copy sent to Maintenance Supervisor/Ops manager/Cementing Coordinator
1. Job briefing with Cementing Coordinator -program reviewed, calculations completed and chemical quantities checked against chemical inventory.
1. All mix water to be tested for Salinity and Ph. Mix water sheet filled and signed. Water over 700 ppm Slainity-inform engineering.
2. Mix water mixed and stored in Baker Equipment. Spacer mixed in Rig tanks and pumped by Rig.
2. If rig displaces, Supervisor observe displacement and monitor returns at shaker. Note time and volume of preflush, spacer and cement returns.
4. Do not deviate from program. If requested to change call Cementing Engineer(07801968201), Cementing Coordinator (07801968201), Operations Manager(07801968618).
5. If problem occurs, notify Operations Manager immediately. Have blend and mix water samples ready for testing if required.
B. 1 x Baker ticket c/w prices. Containing: Header, Mix water test, Safety meeting, Execution report, Job report, Field ticket c/w prices, Personnel, Quality control, Toolbox talk, Maintenance Reports
NOTE: ENI Receives Field Ticket without prices. Item A left on location, item B handed to Baker Operations manager.
Cementing Post-J ob Treatment Report & Service Tickets
Customer ENI
Customer Representative Delivery Ticket No.
Service Supervisor
Field. Job Order No
Well No.
Rig No.
District
Date Job Type 13 3/8" CSG
BSR-12066
ZOBER
IDC-37
BASRA-IRAQ
Serice ticket No
18-Jun-12
SENUSI
AHMED ELDESOUKY
ZB-206

Client: Client Rep: Baker Rep.:
Job Type: 13 3/8" CSG Well: Rig:
JOB DATE SAMPLE SALINITY ph
13 3/8" CSG 14-Jun-12 M/W 300
AHMED ELDESOUKY
MIX WATER TEST
NAME
R/O
AHMED ELDESOUKY SENUSI
IDC-37
ZB-206
Service Supervisor
Remarks
Section 4.1 - Attachment 8
DISTRICT : DATE :
JOB:
LEASE :
EMPLOYEES PRESENT
1 AHMED ELDESOUKY 9
2 AMIN HOSSIN 10
3 SAF 11
4 DELAN 12
5 YAQWOP 13
6 14
7 15
8 16
Personnel Safety Precautions :
Emergency Procedures :
CUSTOMER:
CONDUCTED BY:
18-Jun-12
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PRE-JOB SAFETY AND OPERATIONS MEETING
13 3/8" CSG
BASRA-IRAQ
#REF!
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Location Safety Precautions :
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Post job clean up assignment (sacks,boxes,drums,etc.)
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Designate assignment and duties of all personnel on location
No hammering or tightenning of unions under pressure
Define pressure limits
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No pressure lines under trucks
Identify a smoking area and see that it is is marked
Enact buddy system when a hazard is suspected or known
Define the escape route in the event of an accident
Safety chains and cables.
Define the assembly area
Designate an emergency vehicle, driver and co-driver

Everyone Present
Caution bystanders
Job Procedure :
Outline job
Employees are familiar with the directions to emergency facility
Pumping Pressure :
Other topics :
Bleed-off lines are properly stacked or chained every 20 feet
Hand tool used alott secured against falling.
Baker Rep. Signature Clienr Rep. Signature
Check for Customer Comments.
Review emergency shutdown procedures
All personnel have hats,safety glasses,safety boots,and
hearing protection
All personnel who may be exposed to hazardousmaterials have
approved chemical goggles or face shield and chemical gloves.
Fall protection (belts,harnesses,and lifelines)assigned to
personnel working more than 8 feet above ground/workfloor
Instruct on pressure test procedures. Test lines 1000psi above
maximum treating pressure if the line working pressure allows.
Cover fire extinguisher placement,fire fighting assignment, and
rediness of any fire trucks.
Discuss special or uncorrected location hazards such as H
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over head powerlines,unusual chemicals,or flammable liquids.
BJ SERVICES PERSONNEL SHALL NOT OPERATE NOR RIDE
THE CATLINE
NO ENTRY INTO FRACK TANKS OR OTHER CONFINED
SPACES WITHOUT PROPER EQUIPMENT AND PERMIT.
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N/A
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General safety alert announcement is to be announced
through P.A system
N/A
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1351 (12/97) Distribution :Well file - Regional Safety
Page Of
COMPANY DATE Treatment Report No.
DISTRICT FIELD WELL NO. RIG NO. TYPE OF JOB
SAFETY MEETING:
CIRCULATING WELL:
EXECUTION REPORT
18-Jun-12 BSR-12066 SERV. SUPV. AHMED ELDESOUKY
BASRA-IRAQ ZOBER ZB-206 IDC-37 13 3/8" CSG
SIZE & TYPE OF PLUGS LIST CASING HARDWARE PHYSICAL SLURRY PROPERTIES
TOP SLURRY SLURRY WATER PUMP TIME BBL BBL
BTM Wgt PPG YLD CuFt/sk GAL/SK HR:MIN SLURRY MIX H2O
MATERIALS FURNISHED BY BAKER HUGHES
CMT G =133 MT LW6=37003 LBS
BJ FIBER= 70 LBS FL25 =597 LBS
R-3 = 664 LBS FP-6L= 63 GAL
BA-10 =401 LBS CD-32=306
ASA-301= 93 LBS FP67L= 79 GAL
Bbl Available Displ. Fluid Bbl
A-2 =278 LBS
TOTAL
HOLE TBG-CSG-D.P. TBG-CSG-D.P. COLLAR DEPTHS
Available Mix Water
SIZE %EXCESS DEPTH SIZE WEIGHT TYPE DEPTH SIZE WEIGHT TYPE DEPTH SHOE FLOAT STAGE
16" 2027 M 13 3/8" 72PPF BTC 1812 M 13 3/8" 54 PPF BTC 215 M 2026 M 1986 M 1812 M
LAST CASING PKR - CMT RET - BR PL - LINER PERF. DEPTH TOP CONNECTION WELL FLUID
SIZE WEIGHT TYPE DEPTH BRAND & TYPE SIZE TOP BTM SIZE THREAD TYPE WEIGHT
20" 164 BTC 768 M
CAL. DISP. VOL. - BBL CAL PSI CAL MAX PSI OP MAX MAX TBG PSI MAX CSG DISPL. FLUID WATER
TBG CSG CSG-DP TOTAL BUMP PLUG TO REV. PSI RATED OP. DEPTH TYPE WGT. SOURCE
13 3/8" 1004 BBL
COMMENTS: TROUBLE SETTING TOOL, RUNNING CSG, ETC. PRIOR TO CEMENTING:
PRESSURE/RATE DETAIL JOB EVENT SUMMARY
TIME
HR:MIN
PRESSURE - PSI RATE
BBL FLUID
PUMPED
FLUID
TYPE PIPE ANNULUS BPM
13:00 ARIVEL RIG 14 JUNE 2012 RIG UP CHECK EQUIPMENT
15:00 STRAT OPRATION 1 STAGE 17 JUNE 2012
RIG UP CMT HEAD CMT LINE
17:00
2 6 WATER
PRE JOB SAFETEY MEETING
17:30
FLUSH TEST LINE 3000 PSI
19:00 200 5 50 SPACER PUMP 50 BBL SPACER 10.3 PPG
18:30 3000
DROP 13 3/8" SHUT OFF PLUG
19:15 250-350 5&6 148 CMT
2 10 WATER
MIX AND PUMP 148 BBL CMT SLURRY 15.8 PPG
19:45
PUMP 10 BBL BEHIND PLUG
20:00 150-1300 8&9 984 MUD START DISPLACEMENT WITH 9.3 PPG MUD 1004 BBL
19:50 100
BLEED OFF PRESSURE CHECK NRV HOLDING
21:45 1300-1580 2 994 MUD BUMP PLUG 1300 PSI INCREASE TO 1580 PSI WAIT 5 MINT
21:55
DROP 13 3/8" DV OPENING PLUG WAIT 30 MINT
22:30 815 2 50 MUD SLOWLY INCREASE PRESSURE 815 PSI OPEN DV
22:00
GOT CMT ON SURF 480 BBL DURING CIRCULATE
22:45 MUD CIRCULATING WELL WAIT 12 HRS TO 2 STAGE
SERVICE SUPERVISOR SIGNATURE BBL CMT TOTAL BBL PSI LEFT BUMPED PSI TO BUMP
RETURNED PUMPED ON CSG PLUG? PLUG EQUIPMENT?
TEST FLOAT CALCULATED
TOP OF CEMENT AHMED ELDESOUKY
COMPANY REPRESENTATIVE
SENUSI NAME SIGNATURE
30 1258
BAKER CO REP
RIG BAKER
YES NO YES NO
Page
COMPANY DATE Treatment Report No.
DISTRICT FIELD WELL NO. RIG NO. TYPE OF JOB
EXECUTION REPORT CONTINUATION
18-Jun-12 BSR-12066 SERV. SUPV. AHMED ELDESOUKY
BASRA-IRAQ ZOBER ZB-206 IDC-37 13 3/8" CSG
RATE
TIME
HR:MIN
PRESSURE - PSI
BBL FLUID
PUMPED PIPE ANNULUS BPM
18 JUNE 2012
FLUID
TYPE
7:00
WATER FLUSH TEST LINE 3000 PSI
9:00
5 50 SPACER
START MIXING CHEMICAL 2 STAGE
PRE JOB SEFETY MEETING
PUMP 50 BBL SPACER 10.3 PPG
9:15 3000 2 7
10:00 250 6 459 CMT MIX AND PUMP 459 BBL LEAD SLURRY 10.8 PPG
9:30 250
DROP 13 3/8" DV CLOSING PLUG
11:15 350 5 285 CMT MIX PUMP 285 BBL TAIL SLURY 15.8 PPG
12:00
PUMP 10 BBL F/W BEHIND PLUG
12:10 120-1300 5&6 909 MUD STATR DISPLACEMENT WITH MUD 9.3 PPG 909 BBL
12:05
HOLD 5 MINT BEED OFF PRESSURE CHECK NOT BACK FLOW
14:00 1800 BUMP PLUG INCREASE PRESSURE 1800-2000 PSI
GOT CMT ON SURF AT 714 BBL OF DISPLACE 10.3 PPG
COMPANY REPRESENTATIVE
SENUSI NAME SIGNATURE
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AHMED ELDESOUKY
13 3/8" CSG
18 JUNE 2012
FLUSH TEST LINE 3000 PSI
START MIXING CHEMICAL 2 STAGE
PRE JOB SEFETY MEETING
PUMP 50 BBL SPACER 10.3 PPG
MIX AND PUMP 459 BBL LEAD SLURRY 10.8 PPG
DROP 13 3/8" DV CLOSING PLUG
MIX PUMP 285 BBL TAIL SLURY 15.8 PPG
PUMP 10 BBL F/W BEHIND PLUG
STATR DISPLACEMENT WITH MUD 9.3 PPG 909 BBL
HOLD 5 MINT BEED OFF PRESSURE CHECK NOT BACK FLOW
BUMP PLUG INCREASE PRESSURE 1800-2000 PSI
GOT CMT ON SURF AT 714 BBL OF DISPLACE 10.3 PPG
COMPANY REPRESENTATIVE
CUSTOMER ENI FIELD
RIG DATE
ARRIVED AT JOBSITE AT HRS START OPERATION ON End operation AT HRS
15:00
QNTY. UNITS
1
5 Day
5 Day
5 Day
5 Day
133 MT
37003 Lbs
Gal
Lbs
93 Lbs
401 Lbs
306 Lbs
597 Lbs
Lbs
79 Gal
63 Gal
Lbs
Gal
664 Lbs
Lbs
Lbs
70 Lbs
Lbs
278 Lbs
SERVICE SUPERVISOR THE ABOVE MATERIALS AND SERVICES RECEIVED BY
AHMED ELDESOUKY SENUSI
BJ Fibre
A-7P (Calcium Chloride-Accelerator)
A-2
Daily rate: Operator
Daily rate: Helper
Moving Charge.Lump sum.
Class G Cement
TOTAL
S-8 (Silica Flour)
R-8 (High Temp Retarder)
R-3 (Medium Temp Retarder)
MCS-G (Spacer Chemical)
HEC-10 (Water Gelling Agent)
FL-25 (Fliud Loss Additive)
FP-6L (Defoamer)
FL-52 (Fliud Loss Additive)
BA-10A (Bonding Agent)
67L (Liqiud Fluid Loss Additive)
ASA 301 (Anti Settling Agent)
LW-6 (Light weight Additive)
CD-32 (Cement Dispersant)
PRICE REFERENCE NO. DESCRIPTION UNIT PRICE EXTENDED PRICE
Daily rate: Supervisor
Pumping Operation charge
16-Jun-12 13:00 6/17/2012 15:00
Type of Job
NPS CMT UNIT
3 SILOS 1500 CUFT
BATCH MIXER 100 BBL
3 BANAA
13 3/8" CSG
Other Equipment
IDC-37 18-Jun-12 DELIVERY TICKET NO.
Pressure Pumping Field Ticket
WELL No
SERVICE TICKET NO
ZB-206 DISTRICT BASRA-IRAQ ZOBER
BSR-12066
ACID TANK 150 BBL
AT HRS AT Hrs
KCL (Potassium Chloride)
F.TANK 500 BBL
6/18/2012
A-3L (Sodium Silicate)
Cmt/CT/N2/Pump Unit PERSONNEL
AHMED ELDESOUKY
AMIN HOSSIN
SAF
DELAN
YAQWOP
BSR-12066
CUSTOMER FIELD
RIG DATE
ARRIVED AT JOBSITE AT HRS START OPERATION ON AT HRS End operation AT HRS
15:00
QNTY. UNITS
1
5 Day
5 Day
5 Day
5 Day
133 MT
37003 Lbs
Gal
Lbs
93 Lbs
401 Lbs
306 Lbs
597 Lbs
Lbs
79 Gal
63 Gal
Lbs
Gal
664 Lbs
Lbs
Lbs
70 Lbs
Lbs
278 Lbs
SERVICE SUPERVISOR THE ABOVE MATERIALS AND SERVICES RECEIVED BY
A-2
AHMED ELDESOUKY SENUSI
TOTAL
A-7P (Calcium Chloride-Accelerator)
BJ Fibre
S-8 (Silica Flour)
R-8 (High Temp Retarder)
R-3 (Medium Temp Retarder)
MCS-G (Spacer Chemical)
HEC-10 (Water Gelling Agent)
FP-6L (Defoamer)
67L (Liqiud Fluid Loss Additive)
FL-25 (Fliud Loss Additive)
FL-52 (Fliud Loss Additive)
CD-32 (Cement Dispersant)
BA-10A (Bonding Agent)
ASA 301 (Anti Settling Agent)
KCL (Potassium Chloride)
LW-6 (Light weight Additive)
A-3L (Sodium Silicate)
Class G Cement
Daily rate: Operator
Daily rate: Helper
Daily rate: Supervisor
Pumping Operation charge
Moving Charge.Lump sum.
PRICE REFERENCE NO. DESCRIPTION UNIT PRICE
AT HRS AT Hrs
6/16/2012 13:00 6/17/2012 15:00 6/18/2012
DELAN F.TANK 500 BBL
SAF BATCH MIXER 100 BBL
AMIN HOSSIN 3 SILOS 1500 CUFT 3 BANAA
AHMED ELDESOUKY YAQWOP NPS CMT UNIT ACID TANK 150 BBL
Type of Job 13 3/8" CSG
Personnel Cmt Unit /CT Unit / Nitrogen Unit / Pump Unit Other Equipment
IDC-37 18-Jun-12
DELIVERY TICKET NO.
EXTENDED PRICE
SERVICE TICKET NO
ZB-206 DISTRICT BASRA-IRAQ
Pressure Pumping Field Ticket
ZOBER WELL No
50
50 BAKER HUGHES ASIA PACIFIC LTD.
MONTHLY FIELD SERVICE TICKET
CONTRACT: 100/2010/MS/ZU CLIENT: ENI IRAQ B.V.
Service Ticket No Well No: Arrive Location:
Date: Job Order No: Depart Location:
Supervisor:
Well Price List Price Item Job Order No Service/ Personnel Charge Unit 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 Discount Rate Quantity CHARGE
ZB-206 AHMED ELDESOUKY 1 1 1 1 1 1 6
AMIN HOSSIN 1 1 1 1 1 1 6 -
SAF 1 1 1 1 1 1 6 -
DELAN 1 1 1 1 1 1 6 -
YAQWOP 1 1 1 1 1 1 6 -
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TOTAL CHARGE THIS SERVICE TICKET -
NOTES:
SIGNED: SIGNED:
ENI IRAQ B.V.
AHMED ELDESOUKY
6/18/2012
BSR-12066 ZB-206 6/14/2012
6/19/2012

Job Quality Feedback
Date: Field: Rig
Client: Well:
Job Type: Supervisor:
Customer Eveluation:
1 YES NO
2 YES NO
3 YES NO
4 YES NO
5 YES NO
6 YES NO
7 YES NO
8 YES NO
Comments:What can we do to improve the next Job
Yes NO
1 MS DM
2 MS DM
3 MS DM
4 MS DM
5 MS PM DM
6 MS DM
7 MS PM DM
8 MS PM DM
9 MS DM
10 MS DM
11 MS DM
12 MS DM
Supervisor Client Representative
18-Jun-12 ZOBER IDC-37
ZB-206
13 3/8" CSG AHMED ELDESOUKY
Indicator Performance
Did we pump the job as designed / requested?
Were the prejob and postjob QC test performed?
We were ready to pump when specified?
Did we conduct a through and timely prejob and postjob review?
Do you feel this job was performed in a safe manner?
Was the performance and apperance of our personnel professional?
Did our products satisfy your requirments?
Were you saisfied with our equipment performance and apperance?
Would you like someone fro our Company to contact you
Regarding any of your concerns?
Interval Evaluation:
Pumped Job on Time?
Zero Hotshots Required?
High Pressure Lines Tested?
Safety Meeting & Discuss/Safety Requirment?
Any unsafe Acts and Conditions?
Job site Cleaned?
Pumped According to Design?
Job Perameters Recorded?
Products Performance?
Equipment Performance?
Instrumentation Performance?
Personnal Performance?
SENUSI AHMED ELDESOUKY
CLIENT: RIG / LOCATION: TYPE OF TREATMENT: DATE:
ZB-206 13 3/8" CSG 18-Jun-12
NAME SIGNATURE NAME SIGNATURE
AHMED ELDESOUKY
AMIN HOSSIN
SAF
DELAN
YAQWOP
SUPERVISOR AHMED ELDESOUKY SIGNATURE
TOOLBOX TALK MEETING
IMPORTANT TREATMENT CONSIDERATIONS
DISCUSSION POINTS DISCUSSION POINTS
PPE minimum requirements
Access / Egress and evacuation plans PPE specific job related requirements
Accident / Incident / Near miss reporting Pressure testing requirements
Treatment plan
Crew change / Shift changes Safety devices and equipment
Equipment requirements Specialized skill requirements
General treatment hazards Specific treatment hazards
Mechanical handling (cranes, Hyabs, elevated platforms etc) Weather Conditions
Personnel requirements Work Permit requirements
COMMENTS
Individual responsibilities Treating Iron restraint systems
Manual handling techniques Treatment objectives
Materials to be used on treatment
Date:
Location:
Supervisor:
OK Not OK
Engine/Cooling System
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Compressor
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Battery
1
Gauges
1
2
Unit
1
2
Comments
Supervisor Signature:
Pressure gauges not exceed 120 psi
Damage
Clean
Engine mounts
Oil level, filter, dip stick, leaks
Piping, clamps .
Pressure gauge
Fluid level, caps, condition.
All gauges working
Fan, hub connection, water pump leaks.
Belt condition/tension.
Air filter, service indicator
Fuel tank.
Engine oil level, filter, dip stick, leaks.
Exhaust system.
ZB-206 Engine Hours:
AHMED ELDESOUKY
Check for visible leaks
Coolant level 2" below filler neck
Hoses, clamps, radiator cap, connections condition
PRE START CHECKLIST
400 CFM Air Compressor
DISTRICT: Basra, Iraq
18-Jun-12 Asset # :
Pre Job: Engine Hour Meter: A/L _________ A/R ______________
Post Job: Unit F/A #-
Location: Pump Strokes - After: A/L __________, A/R _____________
Date: Operator
Supervisor: Unit Ready Unit NOT Ready
O= O.K.
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Engine / Cooling System HYDRAULIC SYSTEMS
( All checks to be made in static mode )
Radiator / Heat Exchanger Cooling System . A) Reservoir, hoses & fittings
( Premixed 50 / 50 Anti Freeze) B) Hyd. oil level, dipstick, vent cap
C) Hyd. pump relief valve
A) Check for visable leaks D) Knife gate control valve &cylinders
B) Fluid level: 2" below filler neck
C) Hoses, clamps, radiator cap / filler neck, CENTRIFICAL PUMPS
connections, and radiator condition
D) Fan, fan hub condition, water pump leaks A) Packing, bearing, seals, lubrication
E) Heat Exchangers anodes, strainer, piping, B) Mounting bolts, flanges, & gaskets
valves, and recovery tank C) Bleed off hose & suction screen
F) Belt condition and tension D) Drive hub & hud mounting bolts
G) Air filter, service indicator, intake piping,
turbo, and blower CONSOLE AND AIR SYSTEM
H) Fuel tank, pump, filter, hoses & fitting
" Kolor Kut fuel tank" A) Gauges and warning lights
I) Throttle cyl. linkages, eng/ ems kills B) Throttles, shifters, & control valves
J) Eng. oil level, filter, dip stick, and leaks C) Air dryer, filter, lub. assembly, hoses & fittings
K) Oil pan, hoses, fittings, crank case vents, D) Air reservoir, relief valve, ( test date < 1 yr. old )
and air box drains E) Warning sign:( check valves & marine cooling )
L) Starter / valve, linkage, lubricator
M) Exhaust system, muffler, pipes, clamps, SAFETY
brackets, and blankets
N) Engine mounts A) First aid Kit,
B) Eye wash bottle
C) Fire extinguisher ( test date < 1 yr. old )
D) Proper labels, stencils & decals
Transmissions, PTO,s & Drivelines E) Check over pressure shut downs
a) Oil level, dipsticks, & sight glasses
b) Trans. pan, vent, filter, hoses & fittings
c) Shift cylinder, vent, linkage & pins & Cables
d) PTO's, shift cyl. & linkage
e) Omega coupling, alignment, guards
f) Drivelines, u-joints, slip-joints, bolts MIXING SYSTEMS, HOSE, PIPING AND VALVES
center bearing, lubrication, & guards
g) Prox switch, bbl counter, tach, cables, A) Discharge manifold- plug valves, swivels, unions
sending unit, B) Choke and bleed-off hose
C) Victaulics, hammer unions, flanges & bolts,
piping, valves handles, and actuators
Chain Cases / Triplex Pumps D) Displ. tk. bbl markers, fill valves, tally washers
E) Suction flush
A) Chain case / power end fluid level ,leaks F) Mixing tub
and fluid condition G) Slurry chief,reci.& disc. hose nossle jet & valve
B) Chain case bearings, lock rings, housings H) Knife gate / Butterfly valve / blade
touque arms, and dip stick I) Density Control System
C) Power end Sight Glass, vents, filters, indicator
lube pump / drive, hoses and fittings
D) Pony rod seals, slinger rings, UNIT PREFORMANCE TEST
E) Power / fluid end mounting bolt tight Readings
F) Fluid end pressure rating stenciled A) Document readings below
G) Packing lube system tank, pump, divider A/R A/L
block, filter, gauges, hoses & fitting 1. Engine oil press _________psi __________psi
H) Martin Decker Gauge saver & hoses 2. Engine temp. _________deg _________deg
I) Cleaned Filter 3. Trans. oil press. _________psi __________psi
4. Trans. oil Temp. _________deg _________deg
3305 MONITOR 5. Power End press. _________psi __________psi
6. Power End temp. _________deg _________deg
A) Inspect Monitor for Damage 7.HHP Test ___________HHP________HHP
B) Check ALL Connection for Damage
C) Inspect Sensor Junction Box for Damage Image
D) Insert Data Cassette and Format
E) Simulate a job and Attach to this Report A) Cleanliness and condition of paint
B) Labeling and stencils
ARE ALL THE GREASE NIPPLES WORKING YES NO
HAS THE UNIT BEEN GREASED YES NO
ANY ADDITIONAL COMMENTS
Pre Job Check Twin Pumper
Pre Job Check Batch Blender & Power Pack
To Be Completed Before and After Every Job
Pre-job: Engine Hour Meter:
Post job: Unit F/A #
Location # Unit Ready Unit NOT Ready
Date #: Operator
Supervisor:
= O.K. X = Deficiency
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Engine Hydraulic System (RANDO 46)
Radiator Cooling System a) Oil level - 3" to 4" from the top
( Premixed 50/50 Anti Freeze) b) Fill using hydraulic oil Rando 46
c) Check condition of hoses & piping
a) Check for visible leaks d) Check filter bypass indicator
b) Fluid level: 2" below filler neck e) Check seals on paddle motors
c) Hoses, clamps, connections
and radiator condition
d) Fan, fan hub condition
e) Belt condition and tension
f) Water pump leaks Process Piping

Air System a) General piping inspection
b) Butterfly valves (operational)
a) Air up system(105 to 150 psi) c) C-pumps leaks
b) Check for audible leaks d) Paddle shaft condition (visual)
c) Drain all reservoirs
d) Condition of hoses & piping Control Console
e) Condition of air actuators/indicators
a) Check throttle system
Air Cleaner b) Check Emergency Shutdown
c) Check normal kill operation
a) Check element for soot/water d) Check gauges
Change if required
b) Check service indicator.
If "RED" or 20 inches replace Gear Box/PTO (80 - 90 WT)
d) Air intake piping for defects
Fuel System a) Oil leaks (visual)
b) Insure clutch engagement
a) Check fuel level (90%) Listen for noise during engagement
b) "Kolor Kut" fuel tank c) Check vent/breather
c) Drain Racor sump / Tank 1 ltr
d) Check filter for algae( change if req'd)
e) Check fuel lines Exhaust System
f) Drain drip pan if allowed & replace plug
g) Inspect throttle linkage a) Excessive leaks
h) Spare filters on unit b) Condition/ Operation of rain cap
Engine (40 WT)
a) Oil level - (Cold before start) Unit Warning System
b) Oil leaks
c) Condition of hoses/piping/filter housing a) Start and run engine for 10 min's Readings
b) Document readings below
Additional comments:
YES NO 1. Engine oil press _____________ psi
ARE ALL THE GREASE NIPPLES WORKING 2. Engine temp.(160-180deg) _____________ deg
HAVE YOU GREASED THE UNIT COMPLETLEY 3. Air press. _____________ psi
4. Tach. (650 - 2800 RPMs) _____________ rpm
5. Hydraulic System: System #1 _____________ psi
System #2 _____________ psi
System #3 _____________ psi
System #4 _____________ psi

Structural
a) Frame & beams condition
b) Deck grading condition
c) Check drip pans as necessary
/replace plugs
Image
a) Paint condition
b) Interior tank lining
c) Labeling


Head Q-coupling #
Size : F.A # : Q-coupling # Date :
16 1 Clean head and skid
2 Review of previous STEM report
3 Inspect HP grease nipples
Function test HP valves
10 Grease HP valves
Inspect releasing pin mechanism
Function test releasing pin
4 Grease releasing pin mechanism
5 11 Inspect flapper
6 Function test flapper
Inspect tell-tale
12 Function test tell-tale
Grease tell-tale
Inspect cmt head threads
Inspect Q-coupling threads
13 Clean & inspect o-ring grooves
Clean & inspect o-rings/back-up rings
Inspect body and cap
14 Inspect safety cable & shackles
Inspect carrying skid
Pressure test body psi
15 Pressure test manifold psi
7 9 *Pressure test Q-coupling psi
8 Chart of pressure test
Green/Red tag
* If no means of testing Q-coupling in outpost,
send to Q5 for testing
Releasing pin mechanism disassembled & inspected *Metal particle inspection(MPI)
NO-GO test Thread Gauge test 2" Weco *Thread Gauge test Q-coupling
NEW
0.28
0.45
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16
*To be performed by authorized contractor.(see FSM)
Engineer / Print name : AHMED ELDESOUKY Engineer / Signature :
Up Dated by D.Linzel 21 October 2003
Details of problem Action taken
Yearly Inspection Certification
Ultrasonic Test
WALL THICKNESS MINIMUM
1 to 9 and 11, 13, 15, 16. 0.238
10, 12 and 14. 0.337
18-Jun-12
Cement Head & Q-Coupling STEM Checklist & Certification
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