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Introduction

%his Method statement desc7ibes in detail the welding p7ocess fo7 pipe wo7 and the
welde7s qualification test p7ocedu7es. %his includes add7essing p7og7ams fo7
implementing commitments 7ega7ding the quality of welding wo7s.
n case of conflict between HHs p7ocedu7es and COM!ANY specifications and/o7
applicable ndust7y Standa7ds, the mo7e st7ingent shall be applied.

1.1. Scope and Purpose of Method Statement

%his document outlines the method fo7 executing welding p7ocess fo7 pipe wo7 and
welding p7ocedu7e qualification test fo7 welde7s. %his method statement cove7s all
piping welding wo7s fo7 GD, Das sland !7oject eithe7 shop fab7icated o7 site
installed.
%he p7ocedu7e p7ovides guidance fo7 assessing the activities fo7 jointing mechanical
piping system. %his guidance is based on the 7equi7ements set fo7th in the Safety
Requi7ement Document (SRD) and the Quality Assu7ance !7og7am (QA!).

1.2. Objectives

%his document p7ovides guidance in implementing an effective p7og7am fo7 all pipe
welding wo7s. %his includes add7essing p7og7ams fo7 the following:

1.2.1. mplementing commitments 7ega7ding the quality of the weld joints;
1.2.2. Managing and p7oviding
1.2.3. Ove7sight to ensu7e installation and 7elated quality cont7ol have been
adequately
1.2.4. Add7essed by specifications, d7awings, and p7ocedu7es;
1.2.5. Managing and p7oviding
1.2.6. supe7vision and cont7ol to assu7e qualification of welde7s; and
1.2.7. Reco7ding installation and test activities.

%his p7ocedu7e is one component of a complete const7uction and inspection
p7og7am.
%his and othe7 p7ocedu7es will be used, as needed, to p7ovide assu7ance that
const7uction activities a7e being conducted as 7equi7ed by the specification and
manufactu7e7 p7ocedu7es. t is not expected that completion of the enti7e p7ocedu7e
will be accomplished du7ing any one inspection and/o7 eve7y time the inspection
p7ocedu7e is used. t is a continuing activity until all piping netwo7s a7e installed and
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1.3. Inspection and Recording Requirements

%he enginee7 should ve7ify that the supe7viso7/fo7eman with const7uction
7esponsibilities fo7 the pipe welding wo7s is familia7 with this method statement and
is issued with copies of the inspection checlists and test plans.
%he enginee7 should satisfy p7ocedu7es p7ovided by QA/QC inspections to ensu7e
the pipe welding wo7s meet specified enginee7ing 7equi7ements and d7awings. As
pa7t of the assessment, the QC nspection !7ocedu7es must ensu7e a quantitative o7
qualitative acceptance c7ite7ia fo7 dete7mining the p7esc7ibed activities have been
accomplished satisfacto7ily.
%he QC inspection pe7sonnel, in coo7dination with Site Supe7viso7, should ve7ify that
the quality of the pipe welding wo7s and 7elated testing activities a7e within the
p7oject design specifications 7equi7ements.
%he Supe7viso7 should ve7ify that the pipe welding wo7s is accomplished in
acco7dance with the specifications and the manufactu7e7s p7ocedu7es.
%he Supe7viso7 should ve7ify any as-built 7eco7d of pipe welding wo7s and testing,
and confi7m that the info7mation meets the p7oject 7equi7ements.



1.4. Inspection Guidance

!ipe welding wo7s need to follow st7ictly established codes and safety p7ocedu7es.
Ca7e should be taen to ensu7e that applicable codes and standa7ds be st7ictly
adhe7ed to du7ing pipe welding wo7s. (Refer Doc: GD-100-A4Z-5-90XXX)
%he Supe7viso7 can choose to follow the most app7op7iate welding technique
applicable at such a given time and in coo7dination with the const7uction p7og7ess,
QA/QC inspection and testing 7equi7ements. %he Enginee7s should use judgment in
dete7mining sample selection focusing on examination of the most impo7tant aspects
of the pa7ticula7 welding activity being inspected. %he intent is to establish a high
level of assu7ance that the end p7oduct meets the p7oject 7equi7ements.
Review the implementing p7ocedu7es and safety standa7ds fo7 the pipe welding
wo7s p7ovided by the QA/QC.
%he QA/QC inspecto7s should ve7ify that the p7ocedu7es a7e app7oved, and specify
the 7equi7ements of the design and/o7 f7om the manufactu7es technical manual(s)
and codes o7 standa7ds p7esc7ibed by the Client.

1.5. Training and QuaIification of PersonneI

%he Supe7viso7 should ve7ify that the pe7sonnel have sufficient nowledge of the
p7ocedu7e 7equi7ements. %he Supe7viso7 should 7eview any t7aining and qualification
7eco7ds fo7 those individuals who shall do the tas to dete7mine whethe7 they a7e
silled enough to follow the p7ocedu7e befo7e the actual wo7 is ca77ied out.
(Refer Doc: GD-100-A4Z-5-90XXX)


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2. Codes & Specifications:
ASME B36.10M: Ca7bon Steel !ipe
ASME B36.19M: Stainless Steel !ipe
ASME : Welding and b7azing qualifications
ASME. Sec . !a7t C
AWS- Welde7 Fille7 Metal Specification


GD-100-A4L-5-94043: Specification fo7 piping design
GD-100-A4L-5-94097: Specification fo7 pipes
GD-100-A4L-5-94099: Specification fo7 flanges
GD-100-A4L-5-94098: Specification fo7 fittings
GD-100-A4Z-5-90110: Qualification p7ocedu7e fo7 welde7 and welding ope7ato7.
GD-100-A4Z-5-90104: Mate7ial Receiving nspection !7ocedu7e.
GD-100-A4Z-5-90109: Welding consumable cont7ol p7ocedu7e.




3. GENERAL:

3.1. Fabrication Area

Fab7ication of diffe7ent mate7ials lie ca7bon steel and stainless steel mate7ials will
be ca77ied out in sepa7ate designated a7eas in the fab7ication ya7d.
Ca7bon steel, stainless steel and high alloy mate7ials and low-alloy fe77ite steel will
be fab7icated in sepa7ate a7eas.
Welding of ca7bon steel and stainless steel shall be ept sepa7ated by using cubicle
type isolation, at least 1800 mm high to ensu7e that all possibilities fo7 contamination
of stainless steel and high alloy mate7ials with fe77ous mate7ials i.e. ca7bon steel
g7inding pa7ticles a7e eliminated between ca7bon steel and stainless steel. Stainless
and high alloy mate7ials will be sto7ed in sepa7ated a7eas on the timbe7 lined floo7 of
the stoc a7ea and will be moved by the use of web slings o7 by hand into clean
timbe7/7ubbe7 lined t7estles/wo7 benches. %he7e shall be no di7ect contact between
ca7bon steel and stainless steel mate7ial unde7 any ci7cumstances.

%ools fo7 use on stainless steel and high alloy mate7ials will be ept in sepa7ate tool
boxes unde7 the cont7ol of the mate7ial cont7olle7 and fo7eman. All tools such as wi7e
b7ushes, cutting tools fo7 facing machines will be identified by colo7 codes fo7 ca7bon
steel, stainless steel mate7ials as pe7 the mate7ial cont7ol p7ocedu7e.


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3.2. MateriaI ControI

n 7ega7d to the mate7ial cont7ol, HH and subcont7acto7s will 7efe7 to the mate7ial
7eceiving inspection p7ocedu7e. (GD-100-A4Z-5-90104).
All mate7ials, whethe7 loose o7 p7e-fab7icated will be sto7ed as pe7 the HH mate7ial
cont7ol standa7ds

Mate7ial found to be defective o7 inco77ectly ma7ed o7 lacing 7elevant
documentation shall be immediately placed in a qua7antine a7ea, sepa7ated f7om
accepted mate7ial with sufficient safegua7ds to p7eclude it being used.

3.2.1. Ca7bon steel and non fe77ous mate7ials will not be t7anspo7ted sto7ed in such
a way as to cause c7oss contamination of the mate7ials as pe7 the mate7ial
cont7ol p7ocedu7e.

3.2.2. All flange faces including gaset g7ooves in 7ing joint flanges shall be p7event
di7ect contact with fo7eign mate7ials

3.2.3. All mate7ials, whethe7 loose o7 p7efab7icated will be sto7ed as pe7 the mate7ial
cont7ol p7ocedu7e.

3.2.4. Any 7e-facing that 7educes the flange thicness to less than minimum
thicness allowed by the 7elevant code o7 standa7d will be 7ejected. Edge
thicness of flange will be checed afte7 7e-facing.

3.2.5. Mate7ials (pipes, fittings and othe7s, etc.) shall be 7eceived sepa7ately f7om
the mate7ial cont7ol depa7tment as specified on the mate7ial 7equisition sheet,
issued by the p7oduction design depa7tment. Mate7ial cont7ol depa7tment shall
cont7ol and issue the mate7ial in acco7dance with the COM!ANY app7oved
mate7ial cont7ol p7ocedu7e.

3.3. WELDING:

3.3.1. WeIding MateriaI Storage & HandIing:

3.3.1.1. %he welding mate7ial sto7age a7ea shall be cont7olled and access to the a7ea
shall be 7est7icted to autho7ized pe7sonnel only.

3.3.1.2. %he mate7ials shall be sto7ed in a d7y and well-ventilated a7ea to p7otect
moistu7e o7 humidity f7om the mate7ial.

3.3.1.3. Each welding mate7ials shall be sto7ed on the wooden suppo7t with
identification size and heat / lot numbe7 of the welding mate7ials to the
o7iginal pacage condition.


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3.3.1.4. %he welding mate7ials 7ejected by 7eceiving inspection o7 used befo7e it shall
be sepa7ated and placed in the qua7antine a7ea.

3.3.1.5. Welde7s who 7eceive welding mate7ials f7om the WMK (Welding Mate7ial
Keepe7) shall confi7m that the welding mate7ial confo7ms to the 7equi7ement
of applicable W!S.

3.3.1.6. f welding mate7ials have been soiled (polluted) and coating 7emoved, the
elect7ode shall be disca7ded.

3.3.1.7. Site const7uction supe7viso7 should ve7ify that issued welding mate7ials a7e
co77ect acco7ding to the app7oved W!S to be used at the wo7.

3.3.1.8. %he WMK shall 7eco7d 7etu7n time and quantity on the 7eco7d of welding
consumable issue and 7etu7n.

3.3.1.9. %he welding mate7ials fo7 automatic welding may be attached on the
automatic welding machine continuously afte7 daily wo7 (except flux). n
such a case, the suitable p7otection shall be a77anged fo7 the welding
mate7ial not to be polluted until the next welding wo7.

Note: At the end of eve7y day, the quive7 and G%AW 7ods of each welde7
shall be 7etu7ned to WMK.

3.3.2. Drying (Baking) and HoIding

3.3.2.1. %he WMK (Welding Mate7ial Keepe7) shall place the Welding Mate7ial D7ying
Condition %able in the WMR, based on the fille7 metal manufactu7e7s
7ecommendations.

3.3.2.2. D7ying status of welding mate7ials shall be maintained and 7eco7ded on the
Welding Mate7ial D7ying Condition Log.

3.3.2.3. Coated elect7ode and flux fo7 subme7ged a7c welding, 7emoved f7om pacing
box shall be d7ied acco7ding to manufactu7e7 7ecommendation.

3.3.2.4. D7ied welding mate7ials shall be sto7ed in the holding oven acco7ding to the
7equi7ement of welding mate7ial d7ying condition table.

3.3.2.5. %he welding mate7ials shall be classified by type / lot numbe7 of welding
mate7ials and shall not be mixed in the baing oven/holding oven with each
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3.3.2.6. Note: Baing and holding ovens shall be clea7ly ma7ed to show AWS class,
the t7ade name, heat /lot numbe7 of elect7odes contained.

3.3.3. SIag Removing Methods:

3.3.3.1. By hand

-Chipping hamme7
-Sc7atch awl o7 ice pic
-Wi7e b7ush

3.3.3.2. With powe7

-Wi7e wheel on an angle g7inde7
-Wi7e cup b7ush on an angle g7inde7

(Note: f anything mo7e than those is needed then the7e is liely a p7oblem
with the welding.)


2.1.4. WeIding Procedure QuaIification Test Requirements
(Refer Doc: GD-100-A4Z-5-90XXX)

2.1.4.1. Welding !7ocess :
2.1.4.2. Base Metals
2.1.4.3. Fille7 Metals
2.1.4.4. !osition of G7oove & Weld !7og7ession
2.1.4.5. %empe7atu7e Requi7ements
2.1.4.6. !ost weld Heat %7eatment
2.1.4.7. %ype of Gas
2.1.4.8. Elect7ical Cha7acte7istics
2.1.4.9. %7avel Speed & !asses
2.1.4.10. Labo7ato7y %est Results
Common to aII WeIding Processes:
O Procedure number
O Process type
O onsumable Size, Type and Iull odiIication.
O onsumable Baking Requirement iI applicable
O Parent material grade and spec.
O Thickness range.
O Plate or Pipe, Diameter range


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O elding Position
O oint Fit Up, Preparation, leaning, Dimensions etc.
O Backing Strip, Back Gouging inIormation.
O Pre-Heat (Min Temp and Method)
O nter pass I Required (Maximum Temperature recorded )
O Post eld Heat Treatment. I Required (Time and Temp)
O elding Technique (weaving, ax run width etc.)
O rc Energy Limits should be stated iI impact tests are required or iI the
material being welded is sensitive to heat input.





Description of Activities


Chec all pipes and fittings to be used fo7 joint a7e f7ee f7om defects, dents o7
defo7mities and a7e st7aight. Remove pipes and fittings with defects and 7eplace with
acceptable mate7ials.
Remove fo7eign matte7 o7 di7t f7om inside of the pipe and fittings befo7e fit up.
Fo7 longe7 wo7 b7eas, place suitable stoppe7s to p7event deb7is, ea7th o7 wate7
f7om ente7ing pipe open ends.


2.2. Pipe Joint Preparation

2.2.1. Cut the pipes to the 7equi7ed length using an app7op7iate pipe cutte7, o7 p7ofile
cutte7 (Oxy-Acetylene), allowing fo7 p7ovision of pipe fitting late7.
Wo7s shall be ca77ied out in acco7dance with the app7oved shop d7awings.

2.2.2. %he pipes shall be checed by the assigned fo7eman fo7 its squa7e ness and
st7aightness, afte7 being cut to the co77ect angle and site 7equi7ements, as pe7
sample of welding details in shown below.





Note: Figu7e -1 is just fo7 single 7efe7ance only . Fo7 ove7all details please go th7ough
the (WPS Doc No. GD-100-A4Z-5-90XXX)


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Figure 1 - SampIe of WeIding DetaiIs






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2.3. Pipe to Pipe Fit Up

W Lay the two (2) pipes on top of the pipe stand o7 adjustable suppo7t, with each pipe
ends aligned nea7 each othe7 using adjustable bolt stoppe7 as shown on Figu7e 2
below.


Figure 2 - Pipe to Pipe Fit Up

W Level one length of pipe using spi7it level.
W B7ing lengths togethe7 leaving only a small welding gap. n no7mal p7actice, a
welding elect7ode of 2.4 mm size, 7emoved of its cove7ing and bent in the middle
at an angle of 30 is inse7ted between the two pipes to obtain a pe7fect welding
gap. t is 7ecommended to weld adjustable bolt stoppe7s
(small piece of plate about 12 mm thic with an M-16 hexagon bolt and nut welded
at one end as shown in Figu7e 2) fo7 pe7fect and easy alignment.





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TYPICAL DETAILS OF ADJUSTABLE BOLT STOPPER USE FOR PIPE FIT UP
and ALIGNMENT

Figure 3 - Pipe to Pipe Fit Up


W Remove the adjustable bolt stoppe7s afte7 fit up and g7ind flush all tac welded
points maing su7e that the7e is no ove7 g7inding of the base metal.
W !lace the spi7it level ove7 both pipes as shown on Figu7e 2 and maneuve7 until both
pipes a7e leveled. Adjusting the pipe suppo7t can easily do this. Ensu7e that the7e is
no high-low situation o7 misalignment between the two outside su7faces.
W %ac weld at the top and bottom.
W Rotate the pipes 90.
W Repeat the same p7ocedu7e.

2.4. 45 EIbow to Pipe Fit Up

W Lay one (1) pipe on top of the adjustable pipe suppo7t.
W Level the pipe using spi7it level.
W !lace the 45 elbow to the end of the pipe leaving a small welding gap, simila7 to
item 4.3 fo7 !ipe to !ipe fit up.
W !lace a 45 spi7it level on the face of the elbow until bubble is cente7ed and ensu7e
that the7e is no high-low situation o7 misalignment between the two outside
su7faces.
W %ac welds in place both the pipe and the elbow.


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Figure 34 - 45 EIbow to Pipe Fit Up

2.5. 90 EIbow to Pipe Fit Up

W Lay one (1) pipe on top of the adjustable pipe suppo7ts.
W Level the pipe using spi7it level.
W !lace the 90 elbow to end of the pipe leaving a small welding gap the same as
item 4.3 fo7 !ipe to !ipe Fit up.
W !lace a spi7it level on the face of the elbow and maneuve7 the elbow until it is
leveled and ensu7e that the7e is no high-low situation o7 misalignment between the
two outside su7faces.
W %ac weld in place both the pipe and elbow.


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Figure 5 - 90 EIbow to Pipe Fit Up

2.6. Tee to Pipe Fit-Up

W Lay one (1) pipe on top of the on the adjustable !ipe suppo7ts.
W Level the pipe using spi7it level.
W !lace the tee at the end of the pipe leaving a small welding gap the same as item
4.3. fo7 !ipe to !ipe fit up.
W !lace a spi7it level on the face of the tee and maneuve7 the tee until leveled and
ensu7e that the7e is no high-low situation o7 misalignment between the two outside
su7faces.
W %ac weld in place both the pipe and tee.


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Figure 6 - Tee to Pipe Fit Up

2.7. FIange to Pipe Fit-Up

W Lay one (1) pipe on top of the adjustable pipe suppo7t.
W Level the pipe using spi7it level.
W B7ing the flange at the end of the pipe leaving a small welding gap the same as
item 4.3 fo7 !ipe to !ipe fit-up (n case a Weld nec type of flange is used). f a slip-
on type of flange is to be used, inse7t the pipe to the flange bo7e up to 5mm depth
f7om the flange face to give enough space fo7 a fillet weld.
W Align the top two (2) holes of the flange with the spi7it level.
W %ac weld in place the pipe and flange.



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Figure 7 - FIange to Pipe Fit Up


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3.0 List of Main Equipment, TooIs, Instruments

3.1 EQUIPMENT AND TOOLS

A. Boom t7uc
B. Chain blocs (1%on 5%on Cap.)
C. A-f7ame (steel fab7icated)
D. Nylon sling o7 st7aps (New and tested)
E. Set of shacles
F. Adjustable bolt stoppe7
G. Adjustable pipe suppo7ts
H. Spi7it level
. Alignment %ools (!lumb Bob, Chal line, Nylon St7ing Line, Felt %ip Ma7e7)
J. Welding !e7sonnel !7otective Equipments
K. Hand tools
L. Steel measu7ing tape
M. Angle & St7aight G7inde7s
N. Welding Machines
O. Steel Scaffolding and Ladde7s



4.0 HeaIth, Safety and Environment Measures (Refer Doc: GD-100-A4Z-5-
90XXX)

4.1. Preparation

Notify all conce7ned in site fo7 the date of mate7ial delive7y.
- Coo7dinate with Safety Depa7tment fo7 delive7y t7ucs access 7outes.
- Ensu7e all wo7e7s involved in the hauling ope7ation put on !!E all times.
- B7ief individual wo7e7 the 7oles and 7esponsibilities of each.
- Ensu7e t7anspo7te7 7oute is clea7ed of obst7uction.
- Coo7dinate with Const7uction Depa7tment fo7 !ipe Hoisting a7ea.
- Ensu7e designated hoisting a7ea is clea7ed of obst7uction.
- %he lo77y t7anspo7ting the pipes will be guided to the designated hoisting
a7ea and 7eleased all the latching belts only afte7 the lo77y pa7ed fi7mly.

4.2. Pipe Lifting (Refer Doc: GD-100-A4Z-5-90XXX)

- Ensu7e safe wo7 p7ocedu7e fo7 lifting ope7ation is obse7ved.
- Ensu7e p7ope7 lifting method - with the co77ect equipments a7e used.
- Ensu7e the pipes a7e fi7mly placed on the designated location befo7e
7eleasing the hoisting hoo.


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4.3. During Site Execution (Refer Doc: GD-100-A4Z-5-90XXX)

- Ensu7e wo7e7s a7e dist7ibuted to each designated place.
- Ensu7e wo7e7s at all times to be in p7ope7 gea7 whe7e 7equi7ed.
- Ensu7e all wo7e7s assigned a7e involved in its pa7ticula7 tas.
- B7ief individual wo7e7 the 7oles and 7esponsibilities befo7e sta7t wo7.
- Ensu7e the pipe lengths to suit site 7outes into designated wo7 a7ea.
- Ensu7e pipe suppo7t systems a7e installed acco7dingly as 7equi7ed.
- Ensu7e all tools to be used have been inspected and tag by Safety Dept.
- Ensu7e wo7 a7eas a7e clea7ly ma7ed to 7est7ict access to autho7ized
pe7sonnel only.
- Ensu7e that equipments to be used a7e p7ope7ly tagged and checed.
- Ensu7e that welde7s a7e qualified, with the co77ect !!Es, and well ve7sed on
the job at hand with the latest 7evised d7awing/s.

4.4. Housekeeping

- Maintain cleanliness and o7de7ly stocing of mate7ials & tools.
- !ic up and dispose wastes & othe7 deb7is p7io7 to leaving site a7ea.
- Remove safety yellow tape o7 othe7 wa7ning devices that we7e used to
cont7ol access to the wo7 a7ea.
- Sto7e tools, equipment and unused mate7ials p7ope7ly at the end of the
wo7day. (Refer Doc: GD-100-A4Z-5-90XXX)

4.5. Safety Inspections

- t shall be 7esponsibility of the Supe7viso7 to 7outinely inspect the physical
a7eas unde7 thei7 cont7ol in pipe welding wo7s. %his inspection shall
include dete7mining if pipes, suppo7ts, scaffolds and ladde7s a7e
app7op7iately installed and/o7 use, and if the job site is cleaned up afte7 the
days wo7.
- Fi7e fighting equipment: Fi7e fighting equipment will be p7ovided as pe7
7equi7ement following the CHC HSSE standa7ds th7oughout the
const7uction a7eas and tempo7a7y facilities a7eas as follows;
%empo7a7y facilities a7eas: Fi7e extinguishe7s will be located in a7eas which
a7e easily accessible in case of eme7gencies.
Const7uction a7eas: Fi7e points will be established whe7e fi7e extinguishe7s
will be sto7ed and ept 7eady fo7 use. Additional fi7e extinguishe7s will be


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p7ovided fo7 immediate wo7 a7eas du7ing ce7tain phase of wo7 that a7e
pa7ticula7ly susceptible to fi7e.
Equipment: Fi7e extinguishe7s shall be p7ovided fo7 each wo7ing
equipment at site such as welding machines, gene7ato7s, comp7esso7s,
c7anes etc. (Refer Doc: GD-100-A4Z-5-90XXX)
RESTRICTIONS:
1. Never put your hands in between pipe ends whiIe pipe Iaunching on a pipe
stand or whiIe erection to prevent entrapment.
2. Minimum piping/fitting crew consists of pipe fitter, semi skiIIed pipe fitter
and heIpers.































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INSPECTION CHECKLIST FOR WELDING MONITORING

Report No. :.............................................
Contractor's Name: ...........
Description of Works: Pipe WeIding..........
Reference No. : .............
Date Prepared: ..............
Specific Location............ Inspection Requested: Date
..... Time ......

ITEMS TO BE PERFORMED Accept Reject HoId Remarks

1. WELDING ELECTRODES & CONSUMABLES

1.1 %ype of Consumables:.......
1.2 %ype used is pe7 app7oved submittal (Yes/No):......
1.3 Sto7age condition & handling satisfacto7y:.........

2. WELDING PROCEDURE MONITORING

2.1 %ype of Joint
2.2 Joint Alignment
2.3 Champe7s unifo7m & f7ee of 7ipples o7 notches
2.4 Root Face (height pe7 app7oved W!S)
2.5 %ac welds
2.6 Root gap and f7ee f7om fo7eign matte7
2.7 nte7 pass cleaning & slag 7emoval
2.8 Root !ass inspection
2.9 nte7 pass tempe7atu7e
2.10 Elect7ical 7equi7ements
2.11 Welding speed & numbe7 of passes
2.12 Welding !7ocess (SMAW/G%AW/SAW/GMAW)

3. VISUAL INSPECTION

3.1 Welde7 stamp identified (Ha7d Stamped)
3.2 Joint Numbe7
3.3 Welds acceptability pe7 code
3.4 Width & height of capping pass acceptable

Observations:
Signature:
Name:
Date: