Ejector Inspection and Test Plan

This article provides you with sample Ejector Inspection and Test Plan. You must edit this ITP to meet your PO specifications.

Ejector Inspection and Test Plan TaskVendorTPI InspectionClient
Ejector Pre-inspection meeting, when specified by Purchaser/OwnerHHH
Ejector Mill test reportsHW/RR
Ejector Material identification and markingsHW/RR
Ejector WPS/PQR, Welders qualifications (records or welder's list) Note: If Inspector doubt welder's ability, Inspector may request welder for new qualification test.HRR
Ejector Non-destructive testing (RT, UT, MT, PT when applicable)HSR
Ejector Execution of major repairs, when issued NCRHHR
Ejector Hydrostatic test for ProcessHHR
Ejector Hydrostatic test for Comp.Package Aux.HHR
Ejector Final visual/dimensional inspection (includ Painting, coating, preservation, nameplate, tagging, marking, Auxiliary items like spare parts, bolts, etc.)HHR
Ejector Documentation review prior to release(Final activity of Technical Inspection)HHR
Ejector Pre-shipment InspectionHHR

H: Hold Point implies that relevant production activities shall not proceed until the continuation of work is permitted by Purchaser. (Notification req'd)

W: Witness point implies that Purchaser intends to witness the designated inspection feature. If Purchaser decides not to witness the relevant feature, production can proceed without permission of Purchaser. (Notification req'd)

S: Witness, but spot check basis. Initial operation will be witness point and subsequent operation will be witnessed at discretion of Purchaser considering the results of previous inspection. (Random Inspection : Notification not required)

R: Review inspection & test records (Notification not req'd)

General Note for Ejector ITP:

1) Ejector Witness/hold point by Code Inspector, when applied by Code Stamp/Local Regulation, is to comply with its requirements and to specify in Vendor's ITP.

2) Type of Inspection by Ejector Purchaser may be changed according to equipment criticality and vendor QC evaluation at job stage.

3) When requested in the requisition, detailed Ejector  ITP shall be submitted by Vendor.

4) Monitoring/Observation of Ejector Vendor shop daily routine works (i.e. Storage of materials & welding consumables, Adherence to approved procedures, Testing tool calibration check, Welder/NDE Operator performance & qualification, workmanship, cleanliness and etc.) shall be done by Purchaser during inspection visit.

5) Final Ejector Visual Inspection/Documentation Review/Pre-Shipment Inspection may be combined within one time visit.


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