1132 Monitor qualification production work and dryout when applicable conducted

1132 monitor qualification production work and dryout

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11.3.2 Monitor qualification, production work and dryout (when applicable) conducted by the manufacturer(s) and contractor to ensure compliance with job specifications and agreed to quality practices. 11.3.3 Notify the Owner/Fabricator and the contractor of any work deficiencies or potential deficiencies. Notification shall be made according to the job specific requirements outlined in the procedures. Notification shall take place as soon as possible, and shall occur within one working day after discovery of the deficiency. 11.3.4 The inspector shall make no engineering decisions unless approved by the Owner/Fabricator. Conflicts between the specified execution plan and the actual installation procedures or installed refractory quality results shall be submitted to the Owner/Fabricator for resolution. 11.3.5 Inspect and hammer test installed linings before dryout and after dryout (when possible), and report any anomalies to the Owner/Fabricator. 11.3.6 Check and verify that accurate installation and dryout records are being documented by the contractor. 11.3.7 Record all non conformances and/or potential problems to which the inspector has alerted the contractor and Owner/Fabricator. 11.4 Manufacturer shall: 11.4.1 provide a compliance datasheet in accordance with for each product; 11.4.2 provide material/s that meets the approved compliance datasheet; 11.4.3 provide recommended dryout/startup procedures 12.0 Preparation for Shipment 12.1 For shop and field applied ceramic fiber linings, packaging shall prevent damage to fiber due to physical abuse, rain, and wind effects during transportation and storage. 12.2 The contractor shall be responsible for all repair of damaged refractories that are within his control of stiffening and protecting installed linings during handling and transport of pre lined components
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Refractory Lining and Burner Brick Requirements API 560 Revision Date: May 3, 2011 27 12.3 The contractor is shall be responsible for all repairs to refractory affected by alkaline hydrolysis prior to initial dryout of the refractory lining being supplied. 13.0 Dryout and Heat up/Cool down Rate 13.1 Linings systems with a monolithic hot face and/or layer shall be dried out per API STD 936 on initial heating. 13.2 Brick and monolithic linings already dried out may be heated or cooled at 100°C/hr maximum. 13.3 Fiber linings in blanket or modular forms shall be heated at 200°C/hr maximum. 13.4 Neither brick nor fiber linings require dryout on initial heating.
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Refractory Lining and Burner Brick Requirements API 560 Revision Date: May 3, 2011 28 Manufacturer’s Product Compliance Data Sheet Mortar Materials DATE SUBMITTED EQUIP. No. __________________________________ EQUIP. NAME ________________________________ REFRACTORY MATERIAL _______________________________________________ REFRACTORY MANUFACTURER ______________________________________________ REFRACTORY SUPPLIER ___________________________________________________ WATER ADDITIONS Total (L/100 kg) (gal/100 lb) ____________________ min. max.
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  • Spring '18
  • Furnace, Refractory, Refractory materials, Owner/Fabricator

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