Inspection

Select inspection period

After 1000 running hours or 3 months whichever is earlier

Bearing lubricant (for water contamination and sediments)

Oil ring for performance

Deflector for looseness

Constant level oiler for leakage

Mechanical seal for leakage

Seal flushing/ quenching system (of mechanical seal) for clogging and chocking.

Gland for leakage

Cooling water flow in both the bearing housings

Condition of bearing by sound and temperature (in running condition)

Performance of all measuring instruments (pressure or temperature gauges and flow meters)

Coupling Guard

Electric Motor load current

Axial position indicator (in case of multi-stage pump)

Dowel pins (in position or not; wherever provided)

After 4000 running hours or 1 year whichever is earlier

Bearing lubricant (for water contamination and sediments)

Oil ring for performance

Deflector for looseness

Constant level oiler for leakage

Mechanical seal for leakage

Seal flushing/ quenching system (of mechanical seal) for clogging and chocking.

Gland for leakage

Cooling water flow in both the bearing housings

Condition of bearing by sound and temperature (in running condition)

Performance of all measuring instruments (pressure or temperature gauges and flow meters)

Coupling Guard

Electric Motor load current

Axial position indicator (in case of multi-stage pump)

Dowel pins (in position or not; wherever provided)

Flushing of bearing with lube oil and refilling of oil to required level,

whether carried out or not

Flushing of cooling water lines and strainers, whether carried out or not (to ensure proper flow of cooling water.

Foundation, foundation bolts and supports

Replacement of old packing with new ones and condition of gland follower, lantern ring and sleeves (in case of gland packing)

Condition of coupling, coupling bolts, nuts, spring washers and their conformity to uniform size. Change grease in half coupling in case of gear type.

After 8000 hours or 2 years whichever is earlier

Bearing lubricant (for water contamination and sediments)

Oil ring for performance

Deflector for looseness

Constant level oiler for leakage

Mechanical seal for leakage

Seal flushing/ quenching system (of mechanical seal) for clogging and chocking.

Gland for leakage

Cooling water flow in both the bearing housings

Condition of bearing by sound and temperature (in running condition)

Performance of all measuring instruments (pressure or temperature gauges and flow meters)

Coupling Guard

Electric Motor load current

Axial position indicator (in case of multi-stage pump)

Dowel pins (in position or not; wherever provided)

Flushing of bearing with lube oil and refilling of oil to required level,

whether carried out or not

Flushing of cooling water lines and strainers, whether carried out or not (to ensure proper flow of cooling water.

Foundation, foundation bolts and supports

Replacement of old packing with new ones and condition of gland follower, lantern ring and sleeves (in case of gland packing)

Condition of coupling, coupling bolts, nuts, spring washers and their conformity to uniform size. Change grease in half coupling in case of gear type.

Condition of outboard bearing, lock nut and lock washer (in case lock washer found damaged and lock nut loose, shaft axial play shall be checked)

Following items of Journal bearings :

a) High spot (High Spots shall be scrapped)

b) Condition of thrust bearing, lock nut and lock washer (in case lock washer found damaged and lock nut loose, shaft axial play shall be checked).

Inspection of bearings (replace the bearings if necessary).

Pump float (adjust if necessary)

Oil filter for cleanliness if journal bearings are hydrodynamic

Inspect condition of mechanical seals

Alignment (Misalignment shall not be more than 0.05 mm)

Painting of equipment, whether carried out or not

After completing the checks listed above the pump shall be started and the following shall be checked during the trial run (the trial run duration shall be half to one hour for electric driven and 3 to 4 hours for diesel driven).

NOTE: Pumps in hot service shall not be rotated unless it is gradually heated up to a temperature close to that of the working fluid.

a) Discharge pressure

b) Suction pressure

c) Liquid flow (if possible)

d) Condition of mechanical seal/ gland packing

e) Electric Motor load current at discharge valve shutoff and open condition

f) Condition of bearing by sound and temperature

g) Any leakage

h) Vibration and shock pulse reading

Completion

Comments

Inspector Name and Signature