Presentation on e&i supports
Upcoming SlideShare
Loading in...5
×
 

Presentation on e&i supports

on

  • 313 views

Supporting system

Supporting system

Statistics

Views

Total Views
313
Views on SlideShare
313
Embed Views
0

Actions

Likes
0
Downloads
0
Comments
0

0 Embeds 0

No embeds

Accessibility

Categories

Upload Details

Uploaded via as Microsoft PowerPoint

Usage Rights

© All Rights Reserved

Report content

Flagged as inappropriate Flag as inappropriate
Flag as inappropriate

Select your reason for flagging this presentation as inappropriate.

Cancel
  • Full Name Full Name Comment goes here.
    Are you sure you want to
    Your message goes here
    Processing…
Post Comment
Edit your comment

    Presentation on e&i supports Presentation on e&i supports Presentation Transcript

    • EQUIPMENT SUPPORT INSTALLATION ELECTRICAL & INSTRUMENTATIONDate: 29th Feb 2012
    • EXTERNAL SERVICE BAY SUPPORTRework carried outto install theelectrical equipmentsupports at externalservice bay aftercompletion of finalpainting.
    • EXTERNAL SUPPORT ON WALLElectrical supportsat accommodationunit service bay areawith long piece ofangles.These type of longangle supports shallbe avoided due tonon-accessibility ofwelded area forpainting/blastingand chances ofwater accumulation.
    • EXTERNAL EQUIPMENT SUPPORTS
    • EXTERNAL EQUIPMENT SUPPORTS
    • EXTERNAL SERVICE BAY SUPPORT Rework carried out to install the cable tray supports & earth boss at external service bay after completion of painting.
    • EXTERNAL CABLE TRAY SUPPORTS
    • EARTH BAR INSTALLATION
    • TYPICAL SUPPORT INSTALLATION Additional supports requirement after painting of unit can be done by using pop-nut & unistrut to avoid paint/ insulation damage due to welding.
    • PIPE PENETRATION Rework carried out to install the pipe penetration for fire suppression system after completion of painting.
    • INTERNAL CEILING SUPPORT Welding of electrical supports for ceiling light after completion of internal insulation.
    • INTERNAL CEILING SUPPORT Welding of electrical supports after completion of internal insulation.
    • INTERNAL CEILING SUPPORT Welding of electrical supports after completion of internal insulation and support arrangement for ceiling light installation.
    • INTERNAL CEILING SUPPORT FOR LIGHTWelding ofelectricalsupports aftercompletion ofinternalinsulation andsupportarrangement forceiling lightinstallation.
    • INTERNAL CEILING SUPPORT FOR LIGHTWelding ofelectrical supportsafter completionof internalinsulation andsupportarrangement forceiling lightinstallation.
    • INTERNAL CEILING SUPPORT FORLIGHTWelding of electricalsupports after completionof internal insulation andsupport arrangement forceiling light installation.
    • INTERNAL CEILING SUPPORT FOR LIGHTWelding ofelectricalsupports aftercompletion ofinternalinsulation andsupportarrangementfor ceilinglightinstallation.
    • CEILING SUPPORTS
    • CEILING SUPPORTS
    • SUPPORTS ON WALL PANEL
    • BULKHEAD LIGHT INSTALLATION
    • EQUIPMENT INSTALLED ON INTERNALWALL
    • INTERNAL SUPPORT ON CEILINGWelding ofelectrical supportsafter completion ofinternal insulationand supportarrangement forceiling lightinstallation.
    • INTERNAL SUPPORT ON WALLInsulationremoved forwelding ofelectrical supportsafter completionof internalinsulation.
    • INTERNAL SUPPORT ON WALL Insulation removed for cable tray supports welding after completion of internal insulation.
    • INTERNAL CABLE TRAY SUPPORT ON WALL
    • INTERNAL CABLE TRAY Cable tray installed on insulated wall.
    • CPFG PANEL SUPPORT- WALL RECESS TYPE
    • CPFG PANEL SUPPORT- WALL SURFACE TYPE
    • DISTRIBUTION PANEL SUPPORT- WALL RECESSTYPE
    • DISTRIBUTION PANEL SUPPORT- WALL SURFACETYPE
    • LIGHT SUPPORT ON PROCESS SKID
    • LIGHT SUPPORT ON PROCESS SKID
    • EQUIPMENT SUPPORT ON PROCESS SKID
    • CONDUIT SUPPORTS ON PROCESS SKID
    • SUMMARY 1. MAKE SURE THAT ALL WELDED TYPE SUPPORT / PENETRATION REQUIREMENT SHALL BE INDICATED ON THE STRUCTURAL DARWING AND ALSO UPDATE ON THE AS-BUILT DRAWINGS AS PER FINAL SITE INSTALLATION. 2. IF ANY ANGLE SUPPORTS WELDED FOR EXTERNAL AREAS SHALL BE ALWAYS IN VERTICAL ORIENTATION INSTEAD OF HORIZONTAL TO AVOID WATER ACCUMULATION AT WELDED AREAS.
    • Thanks! 37