• Audit Title

  • Client / Site

  • Type of tank

  • Serial number of unit

  • Conducted by

  • Conducted on

  • Location

Transtank ITP Document Number F77/2.0 - iPhone version

1.0 - Production Documents

  • 1.1 - Have all production documents been completed, check all questions to ensure all have been answered correctly, eg has tank been pressure tested, has tank been checked internally, etc,?

  • 1.2 - Overfill protection valve has been tested and signed off or has it been wet tested.

2.0 - Tank - General Check

  • 2.1 - Correct tank as per Sales order

  • 2.2 - Correct ID plate - Class 1/2 (Diesel) or Class 3 (Flammable)

  • 2.3 - Correct Information on ID plate - Length, width, height, SFL, capacity, etc

  • 2.4 - Correct ID plate - T & P series - Transport only when Empty

  • 2.5 - Correct ID plate - Cubes - Transport in accordance with the ADG code

  • 2.6 - If tank is unleaded, check for flammable decals, electric's, ID plate, and emergency vent for primary tank.

  • 2.7 - Is there a CSC & UL plate on the tank, check information is correct.

  • 2.8 - Correct dip stick for the tank size, check SFL, does it match the SFL decal and ID plate. Check dip to ensure that no diesel has been left in the tank after testing.

  • 2.9 - Does tank contain a interstitial dip?

  • 2.10 - Correct caps and decals in the spill box? Ensure they have been greased and tighten fully.

  • 2.11 - Are all the caps/plugs on the roof thread taped, tight and labeled correctly?

  • 2.12 - Interstitial vent (TIV) is present and all bolts are secured. Bolts for caps must allow for vent to move but the bolts must have at two threads threw the nut. Bolts must contain springs.

  • 2.13 - Manway/s contain gasket and all nuts are secured correctly?

  • 2.14 - Caps on all RHS, have all caps been secured to prevent it falling off.

  • 2.15 - Hose mast has all correct parts eg swivel, hose bun, S/S wire clamps etc?

  • 2.16 - Check ball valve/s operation, flow direction of back check/s etc NB: All ball valves must be lockable.

  • 2.17 - Check all drains must have plugs.

  • 2.18 - Check for loose bolts, studs, fittings, hoses etc. Ensure all studs, bolts etc are marked with paint pen, this is a must!

  • 2.19 - Check Fill point, is the cam lock tight, has a chain and decal stating vent must be installed before filling tank.

  • 2.20 - Correct vent pipe supplied and secured. Check diameter of pipe and cap. Check thread. Is vent cap a threaded or is a slip on needed.

  • 2.21 - Scamp supplied, set and secured correctly (150mm for T & P series, 80 mm for T10's)

  • 2.22 - Check operation all doors, access points, ladders etc, are they all operational?

3.0 - Decals

  • 3.1 - Decals on roof including spill box and platform are as per decal diagrams or customer requests

  • 3.2 - Decals on front of tank/DGM/ etc are correct as per decal diagram/customer requests ?

  • 3.3 - Decals on right side of tank/ DGM correct as per decal diagram?

  • 3.4 - Decals on rear of tank/ DGM correct as per decal diagram?

  • 3.5 - Decals on left side of tank/ DGM correct as per decal diagram?

  • 3.6 - Decals in bunded area correct as per decal diagram?

  • 3.7 - Decals in bunded area correct as per decal diagram?

  • 3.8 - Pipeline decals on and direction is correct?

  • 3.9 - Any extra decal's needed and are they in the correct position, eg TLS probe here, TUPR/TUSA decal, etc

  • 3.10 - Shipping decals on large tanks and DGM's. Not always necessary, check to see if they are needed, if none on the tank.

  • 3.11 - Does tank need any customer requested decal's eg asset numbers, customer logo etc, are they as per customers request?

4.0 - Electrical

  • 4.1 - Electrical box labelled correctly eg 240v, 12v

  • 4.2 - All electrical conduit secured, neat and sealed from the weather?

  • 4.3 - E stop operate correctly, have a rain/ hose shield installed?

  • 4.4 - Overloads set to correct amps?

  • 4.5 - Lights/ extra's as per sales order fitted and working correctly?

  • 4.6 - Fuel management system fitted? Cabinet keys supplied? The correct amount of FMS keys supplied?

  • 4.7 - FMS system need an antenna? Is it fitted and secured ready for transport?

  • 4.8 - Electrical checklist has been signed off in production documents?

  • 4.9 - Electrical schematic supplied in electrical box?

  • 4.10 - Electrical Certificate of Conformity (for 240/415 volt only) has it been filled out and signed and is available for placement in either customer dossier or electrical box?

  • 4.11 - Electrical box key supplied

5.0 - Wet testing/Pumps

  • 5.1 - Check pumps are correct type as per sales order?

  • 5.2 - Is the tank unleaded? Is the pump suitable for unleaded?

  • 5.3 - If tank is wet test, ensure all paper work is filled out and flow rates are correct as per sales order?

  • 5.4 - Pump package should contain vacuum and pressure gauges. Are they present, in the correct position and secure?

  • 5.5 - Check direction of flow on the pump, relief valves etc, are they correct?

  • 5.6 - Are all pressure readings in the wet test report in the correct range? If they are excessive check with engineers!

  • 5.7 - Nozzle type and size as per sales order? <br>Generally High flow is 32mm, Low flow is 25mm and ULP is 19mm, please confirm with BDM if not clear on the Sales Order what size nozzle is needed.

  • 5.8 - Check hoses, are they the correct length, diameter, type and pressure rating? T-605 generally used for suction hoses, T658 generally generally used delivery hoses, Single wire hose generally used for high pressure applications

  • 5.9 - Are all fittings tight with no leaks present?

  • 5.10 - Are thermal reliefs needed, are they installed correctly? Check direction of relief valves, pressure rating as per P & ID?

  • 5.11 - Thermal reliefs must contain ball valves. Are they fitted?

  • 5.12 - Check all gaskets are the correct size? Generally the outside of the gasket must rest against the studs.

  • 5.13 Have the bowser/s have air elimination plumbed back to the tanks vapour space. Hoses/pipework must not slope downwards!

6.0 - Flow meter/s

  • 6.1 - Are flow meters correct type as per sales order?

  • 6.2 - Meter display in Litres?

  • 6.3 - Is direction of flow meter the correct way?

  • 6.4 - Meter can be reset to zero, is handle secure?

  • 6.5 - Does meter accumulate?

  • 6.6 - Has meter been calibrated? If not state reason way?

  • 6.7 - Has the TCS meter/s have air elimination plumbed back to the tanks vapour space. Hoses/pipework must not slope downwards!

7.0 - Paint

  • 7.1 - Check general condition of the paint finish, is it satisfactory? Ensure then are no bare patches etc

  • 7.2 - Colour of tank/DGM/Skid etc are as per sales order?

  • 7.3 - Micron test needed

  • Micron test completed and printed out?

  • 7.4 - Paint thickness in specification?

8.0 - Extra's

  • 8.1 - TLS2 probe needed? Is it packed correctly?

  • 8.2 - Warning signs are in place, eg TLS2 probe inside tank, remove before filling!

  • 8.3 - Linking kits contain all parts, flex's, had pipes, studs, gaskets etc

  • 8.4 - Stairs and walkways are packed securely, have correct and enough nots and bolts.

  • 8.5 - Packing list x 2 given to Linda for TRD

  • 8.6. - Email sent to Linda/Marnie/Lila that there is extra's to go with tank and size of the extra's is included

9.0 - Final check's

  • 9.1 - Tank packed correctly and everything is secured ready for transport?

  • 9.2 - Transtank folder supplied?

  • 9.3 - General commets?

Sign Off

  • As per sales order and ready for release?

  • Select date

  • Signature

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