NECIT Case Study
Hydrostatic Pressure Test Inspection - Water Pumps

Read how we assisted our client with inspection of Hydrostatic Pressure and Performance tests to ISO 9906:2012 standard

A hydrostatic pressure test is a way in which pressure vessels (such as water pumps) can be tested for strength and leaks.

Project Rundown:

Location: Indonesia

Equipment: Water Injection Treatment Pumps, Water Injection Transfer Pumps and Bleed Water Pumps

Scope: Inspection of Pressure and Performance Tests to ISO 9906:2012

 

Task:

NECIT Services was invited by our client to inspect the tested water pumps mentioned above to ensure they were fit for purpose and met all required standards.

Action:

Hydrostatic Pressure Tests were performed on all pumps to check for any possible pressure drops or visual leakages, using a manometer for accurate inspection results.

After the hydrostatic pressure test results came back satisfactory (there was zero evidence of pressure or visual leakages), a full performance test was carried out on all of the pumps. The performance tests were performed and inspected according to International Standard ISO 9906:2012 by our experienced inspector.

Result:

According to ISO 9906:2012, the final test results fell into the acceptance criteria, meaning the equipment inspected met all standards and was fit for purpose.

Benefits to our client:

  • Dedicated NECIT Inspection Coordinator from our central co-ordination team through the duration of the project
  • Fully vetted and multi-skilled inspector to carry out the required inspection to a high quality standard
  • Our inspector was our clients ‘eyes and ears’ on site, ensuring their high standards were maintained throughout the project
  • Highly detailed daily inspection reports and consistent communication for better project cadence

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