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Pump Commissioning Checklist

Pump Commissioning

Is the completion of equipment installation in all respect as per respective drawings/documents?

Are bearings and hydraulic coupling lubricated with specified lubricant?

Are the couplings between in perfect alignment?

Are coupling bolts and guard installed?

Is the rotor free in its bearings?

Is the pump/engine rotating direction correctly? (The orientation of the pump must match the arrow.)

Are instrumentation and protection devices checked by simulation? Are measuring and monitoring instruments okay?

Is the Oil Flushing of Oil Circuit over successfully? Is new oil filled in the hydraulic coupling and oil circuit?

Is the reverse rotation detection switch on hydraulic coupling and protection okay?

Are holding-down bolts fitted securely?

Are leakage lines for drain, wind, and gland directed correctly to prevalent drains?

Are the automatic recirculation valves and back pressure valve correctly fitted in the recirculation line?

Are oil coolers, oil pipes, and cooling water pipelines installed properly as per Piping and Instrumentation Diagram (P&ID) and General Arrangement (GA)?

Are mechanical seals checked?

Are the Discharge Valves of Pumps kept closed?

Are Line Vents kept opened?

Completion

Additional Comments

Witnessed by:
Installer Name & Signature
Contractor Name & Signature

Pump Commissioning Checklist

Created by: SafetyCulture Staff | Industry: General | Downloads: 7

A pump commissioning checklist aims to validate the operation of pumps through correct installation, proper lubrication, and simulation of instrumentation and protection devices.

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Pump Commissioning Checklist

Pump Commissioning

Is the completion of equipment installation in all respect as per respective drawings/documents?

Are bearings and hydraulic coupling lubricated with specified lubricant?

Are the couplings between in perfect alignment?

Are coupling bolts and guard installed?

Is the rotor free in its bearings?

Is the pump/engine rotating direction correctly? (The orientation of the pump must match the arrow.)

Are instrumentation and protection devices checked by simulation? Are measuring and monitoring instruments okay?

Is the Oil Flushing of Oil Circuit over successfully? Is new oil filled in the hydraulic coupling and oil circuit?

Is the reverse rotation detection switch on hydraulic coupling and protection okay?

Are holding-down bolts fitted securely?

Are leakage lines for drain, wind, and gland directed correctly to prevalent drains?

Are the automatic recirculation valves and back pressure valve correctly fitted in the recirculation line?

Are oil coolers, oil pipes, and cooling water pipelines installed properly as per Piping and Instrumentation Diagram (P&ID) and General Arrangement (GA)?

Are mechanical seals checked?

Are the Discharge Valves of Pumps kept closed?

Are Line Vents kept opened?

Completion

Additional Comments

Witnessed by:
Installer Name & Signature
Contractor Name & Signature