INSPECTION AND TESTING The inspection and testing for design & engineering, procurement, various equipment and accessories and erection and commissioning shall be as detailed in other Sections of this Tender. The Design & Engineering, Manufacture of equipment accessories Procurement, Erection / Construction, commissioning & testing , performance testing, trial operation and handing over, covered by this Contract shall be subjected to inspection and testing. The CONTRACTOR shall provide all services to establish and maintain quality of workmanship in his works and that of his SUBCONTRACTORS and to site to ensure the mechanical / electrical performance of systems and components, compliance with drawings, identification and acceptability of all materials, parts and equipment. On award of the Contract, the CONTRACTOR shall prepare Quality Control Plan including all test procedures, identifying the various stages of Design & Engineering, Manufacture of equipment accessories Procurement, Erection / Construction, commissioning & testing ,performance testing, trial operation and handing over, quality checks performed at each stage and the PURCHASER hold points. All the tests are to be carried out as per the Purchaser approved written test procedures.
The document shall also contain details of method of checking, inspection and acceptance standards / values and get the approval of PURCHASER or his representative before proceeding with Design & Engineering, Manufacture of equipment accessories Procurement, Erection / Construction, commissioning & testing , trial operation and handing over. However PURCHASER or his representative shall have the right to review the inspection reports, quality checks and results of CONTRACTOR’S in-house inspection department which are not PURCHASER hold points and the CONTRACTOR shall comply with the remarks made by PURCHASER / representative on such reviews with regards to further testing, rectification or rejection etc. The CONTRACTOR shall perform his internal inspection/ testing before offering the same for PURCHASER’S inspection. Only after ensuring that his inspection/test results are satisfactory, CONTRACTOR shall offer PURCHASER’s inspection. However, this clause is not applicable in case of such test which are required to be done only once in the life time of the equipment. The minimum inspection requirements for Design & Engineering, Manufacture of equipment accessories Procurement, Erection / Construction, commissioning & testing, performance testing, trial operation and handing over shall conform to the requirements as defined in the Codes and Standards, specifications referred to in the specification document. The type of inspection shall be as prescribed in
This executive summary will cover appropriate design approaches for a shipping facility with product warehoused on site and single family homebuilding. Both have several similarities such as a desired result of high customer satisfaction, cost efficiency and safety. However, one is a service and the other a manufacturing process which will require significant design differences to reach shared ...
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Quality Assurance Plan/ specifications and as agreed upon by the PURCHASER, and shall include, if applicable, inspection procedures prescribed by Codes and Regulations recognised by the Governmental Authority having jurisdiction over the installed goods. 12.1.5 Wherever required, getting approval of Government bodies under jurisdiction is the sole responsibility of the CONTRACTOR for his Design & Engineering, Manufacture of equipment accessories Procurement, Erection / Construction, commissioning & testing, trial operation and handing over by such bodies. In such cases approval by Government bodies under jurisdiction will not relieve the CONTRACTOR from his responsibility of making good of defective system, structure and component. However, CONTRACTOR shall keep the PURCHASER/his representatives informed in writing of any approval or otherwise any comments of such Government bodies. CONTRACTOR shall take the concurrence of PURCHASER or his representative before proceeding with rectification procedures as called by the Government bodies. Approval or passing of any such inspection by the PURCHASER or his authorised representative shall not, however, prejudice the right of the PURCHASER to reject the equipment if it does not comply with the Specification when erected or give complete satisfaction in service.
To achieve the project objective, the test rig structure must be design and suitable for place the archery testing apparatus. We need to develop tools that can test the efficiency in archery equipment. The arrows were made of pine and consisted of a main shaft and about 15–20 centimeter (6–8 inches) long fore shaft with a flint point. This led the commercial development of new forms of bow ...
The CONTRACTOR shall intimate to the PURCHASER of any system, structure, component being ready for testing. Such tests shall be to the CONTRACTOR’S account except for the PURCHASER’S expenses. The PURCHASER or his representative, unless the inspection of the tests is virtually waived, shall attend such tests within a reasonable period of the date on which the equipment is notified as being ready for test/inspection, failing which, the CONTRACTOR may proceed with the tests which shall be deemed to have been made in the PURCHASER’S presence and CONTRACTOR shall forward the duly certified copies of tests along with observation readings to the PURCHASER. The PURCHASER shall give notice in writing to the CONTRACTOR of any objection to any drawings/document and, all or any equipment, system, structure and workmanship which in his opinion is not in accordance with the ‘Contract’. The CONTRACTOR shall give due consideration to such objections and shall either make the modifications that may be necessary to meet the said objections or shall confirm in writing to the PURCHASER giving reasons therein that no modifications are necessary to comply with the ‘Contract’. However, PURCHASER has the final authority to accept or reject the CONTRACTOR’S views. The system, structure & component after rectification by the CONTRACTOR shall be offered to the PURCHASER for his final inspection and acceptance without any additional cost to PURCHASER.
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It is important that all copies of sub-orders be clearly marked with the main CONTRACTOR’S name and the name of the PURCHASER and Contract’ reference. The SUB-CONTRACTORS are to comply with all the applicable requirements of this Specification and in particular with this section. Orders issued by the SUBCONTRACTOR are also to include the main CONTRACTOR’S name on their sub-order in addition to the above mentioned heading. MATERIAL TESTS CONTRACTOR shall ensure that all the inspection and testing of the equipment manufactured by his sub-vendor will be witnessed by the CONTRACTOR’s representative. In case the correlating test certificates are not available the CONTRACTOR, at no extra cost to the PURCHASER will get all the tests done to establish conformity of the material to its relevant code / specification. TESTS AT MANUFACTURER’S WORKS General The tests at Works shall include all tests in accordance with the appropriate clauses of Statutory Regulation, relevant Codes and Standards and in addition any test called for by the PURCHASER or his representative to ensure that the equipment being supplied fulfils the requirements of the Specification. The CONTRACTOR shall carry out all the shop tests and inspections specified under individual items of equipment in this specification, in addition to those normally carried out by him. For equipment not covered by any code or specifically mentioned in this Specification, the tests are to be agreed with the PURCHASER. If considered necessary by the PURCHASER or his representative, multi-part assemblies shall be fully erected and tested in the Works prior to packing and despatch to the Site.
Importance of supporting the rights of children and young people to participation and equality of access Every pupil has a right to a curriculum that is broad, balanced and supported by high quality teaching. It is important to raise individual and group achievements, participation and the development of a good sense of identity. Schools have a duty that all pupils have access to curriculum ...
Test Certificates Test certificates including test records, performance curves and balancing certificates shall be supplied. All the tests shall be carried out in accordance with the provisions of this ‘Contract’.
TEST & INSPECTION REPORTS The following documents shall be supplied:
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Test certificates for all materials employed in the manufacture of the equipment. These certificates shall furnish the results of all the tests required to be carried out in accordance with the material standards, statutory codes and supplementary requirements of these specifications and shall include chemical analysis, mechanical and metallurgical tests, visual examination, dimensional checks, nondestructive and destructive tests, proof tests, leak tests, performance test, type tests etc. Certified copies of raw material inspection and test reports as issued by the equipment suppliers works. Reports on weld procedure and welder qualification tests conducted at works. Heat treatment records. Visual and dimensional checks. All non-destructive examination reports including photographs taken along with films. Reports of all tests conducted on semi-finished and finished items and tests during all erection activities which shall include but not be limited to the following: a) b) c) d) e) f) g) Mock-up tests Hydrostatic tests or any other proof tests Pneumatic tests or any other leakage tests Performance Tests carried out at works / site Endurance Tests carried out at works All functional tests carried out in the works All type and routine tests carried out in the works
Alfred Binet The following essay offers both a short biography of Psychologist Alfred Binet and a present day practical application using the theory from which Binet developed his Intelligence test. Alfred Binet, born in Nice, France, on the eleventh of July, whose mother was an artist and whose father was a physician, became one of the most prominent psychologists in French history. Having ...
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