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ATTACHMENT I

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MANUFACTURER REVISION
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SPIR NO. 32
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DESCRIPTION OF PART MATERIAL SPECIFICATION DRAWING/DOCUMENT REFERENCE
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REMINDER : MANUFACTURERS TO ATTACH TO THIS FORMALL
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ATTACHMENT I
THE COMPLETION OF THE SPIR FORM(S) BY MANUFACTURER(S)/VENDOR(S)
Manufacturer's/Vendor's final cross-sectional drawings, workshop drawings and real part number may
The manufacturer/vendor is requested to complete all the columns, except 23 to 31 the bold face columns of the form not always be available in the early stage of manufacture.
(main sheet & continuation sheet) as described below. The completed forms shall be distributed on A3 formats. This should not delay the completion of the SPIR form and subsequent ordering. SUPPLIER OR REMARKS
All information shall be clearly stated in English language.
Column 16 - UNIT OF MEASURE
Explanation of column no's For example: pc = piece, st = set. The build-up of a set shall be explained in column 9.
Column 1 - EQUIPMENT REG. OR TAG NO. Column 17 - APPROXIMATE UNIT PRICE
Enter the equipment registration - or tag number of each piece of equipment as stated in the requisition - or purchase order. State the works price per piece of each part in the currency shown at the top of the column.
Column 2 - MANUFACTURER'S MODEL OR TYPE Column 18 - DELIVERY TIME IN WEEKS
State model, type or other positive identification reference of the equipment/instrument ordered.
Column 19 - COMMISSIONING SPARE PARTS RECOMMENDED BY MANUFACTURER
Column 3 - MANUFACTURER'S SERIAL NO. Commissioning Spare parts are parts required to prepare the equipment ready for start-up.
State serial number or other unique identification reference of the equipment/instrument ordered.
Column 20 - INITIAL SPARE PARTS RECOMMENDED BY MANUFACTURER
Column 4 - NO. OF UNITS Initial spare parts are to safeguard the operation of equipment during the running-in and starting-up periods and
Enter the total number of pieces of identical equipment/instruments as quoted in columns 1, 2 and 3. the first year of operation.
Column 5 - NUMBER OF PARTS PER UNIT Column 21 - SPARE PARTS FOR NORMAL OPERATION RECOMMENDED BY MANUFACTURER
For each unit or group of identical units, enter in the appropriate space the number of parts fitted in each unit of Spare parts for normal operation should adequately cover the requirements of the day to day maintenance for a
equipment/instrument. period of two years following the initial operation.
Column 6 - CLASSIFICATION OF EQUIPMENT Column 22 - CRITICAL SPARE PARTS
v = vital, e = essential, a = auxilliary Based on manufacturerers experience.
Column 7 - TOTAL NUMBER OF IDENTICAL PARTS INSTALLED Column 23 - COMMISSIONING SPARES PARTS RECOMMENDED BY PURCHASER/CLIENT
Enter the total number of identical parts covered by the equipment specified. In the case of identical units multiply the
quantity of column 5 by the number of units given in column 4. Column 24 - INITIAL SPARE PARTS RECOMMENDED BY PURCHASER/CLIENT
Column 8 - ITEM NUMBER OF PARTS Column 25 - SPARE PARTS FOR NORMAL OPERATION RECOMMENDED BY PURCHASER/CLIENT
Column 9 - DESCRIPTION OF PARTS Column 26 - CRITICAL SPARE PARTS
List all parts which should be carried in stock for initial and normal operation including slow-wearing parts. If an item is Based on Purchaser requirement. FOCAL POINT MANUFACTURER/SUPPLIER INCLUDING PHONE NUMBER
interchangeable between two or more units it should be listed only once (refer to columns 14, 15)
SUPPLIER - PHYSICAL STOCK TO BE FILLED IN BY PURCHASER/CLIENT
Column 10 - MATERIAL SPECIFICATION If a part is an existing stock items, the actual stock quantity shall be mentioned.
Enter material specification in terms of full International Standard and accepted conventions, not manufacturer's or
sub-manufacturer's reference, including material certificate if required. Column 28 - QUANTITY TO BE ORDERED TO BE FILLED IN BY PURCHASER/CLIENT
Taking into account the new established min/max stock levels.
Column 11/12 - DRAWING/DOCUMENT REFERENCE
For each part in column 9, enter the manufacturer's parts list/item/ref. no. and /or drawing/document number. Column 29 - REQUISITION NUMBER
Documents referred to, must always be attached to the SPIR form by the manufacturer or Vendor. Enter the Requisition/Purchase Order Number.
Column 13 - NAME SUPPLIERS AND/OR REMARKS Column 30 - REQUISITION FOR:
Note Vendor's name for items shown in column 15. Enter the title of the equipment/instrument ordered.
Column 14 - MANUFACTURER'S PARTS NUMBER Column 31 - AUTHORIZED FOR PURCHASE
Enter the manufacturer unique reference number or other information which specifically identifies each part in the Enter name responsible person.
manufacturer's organization.
Column 32 - SPIR NUMBER
Column 15 - VENDOR'S PART NUMBER Enter the SPIR registration/filing number.
Enter the Vendor's unique identification number of items from third party manufacturers ("bought-out" items) such as
ball bearings, oil seals, mechanical seals, gaskets, couplings, instruments, electrical parts, fuses, relays etc.) Column 33 - STATUS/REVISION OF SPIR LIST
f = final, p = preliminary. Revisions to be marked as 0 = original a, b, c etc.
NOTE FOR 14, 15:
In view of the wide variety of systems in use for identification of parts, it is not possible to lay down firm rules for Column 34 - MANUFACTURER'S FOCAL POINT
completion of these columns. Including telephone number to be filled in.
Manufacturers/Vendors should give whatever identifcation system they use to positively identify part and to show Column 35 - NOTES
interchangeability with other existing equipment. Information not covered on previous columns to be filled in here.
SPARE PARTS LIST AND INTERCHANGEABILITY RECORD (SPIR)