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DAILY MAINTENANCE CHECKS

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YEAR: DESCRIPTION OF ACTIVITY TO BE COMPLETED


GENERAL Visually inspect all electrical equipment operating on the rig and camp Check that the purging systems on the electrical equipment in hazardous areas are in working order and operating properly ELMAGCO BRAKE Grease 2 bearings Check breather and drains Check cooling water flow and pressure to both sides of brake(40psi) When operating check temperature of brake housing HYDROMATIC BRAKE Check couplings and grease Grease bearings Check temperature and vibration of bearings HYDRAULIC DISC BRAKES (F RIG) Check hydraulic oil level and check for contaminates. Check the hydraulic oil temp. Max oil temp is 150 degrees Check brake block clearance visual inspection. Check all quick release couplings and hoses for leaks Check all pins and cylinders and grease Check all bolts and guards to be tight and in good working order. DRAWWORKS Check panel gauges are working correctly Check main gearbox oil level and check for contamination Grease all nipples (1 shot) Function crown-o-matic operation and verify brakes are applied Check air supply (120 to 140 psi) Check oil in airline lubricators and adjust Drain condensate from air filters Check cooling water flow and pressure to brakes (20 psi) Check all guards are in place and secure and no oil leaks are visible The pins bolts for the connection of the drawworks and the substructure need to be checked and tight Check all bolts to the brake mechanism to make sur they are tight All drift pins, safety pins and split pins need to be checked Check gear box oil level and check for contamination Check auto driller gearbox oil level and check for contamination(F RIG) Check main gearbox lubrication pressure. (min. 12 max 45 psi.) ( F RIG) Check drum shaft bearing temps (F RIG) Check all air lines and oil lines for leaks Check drive couplings CATHEADS Check that cathead pressure is maintained at 100psi Check that cathead anti-fouling device is secured in position, free of sharp edges and within 1/4 of surface EZY TORQ UNIT Check hoses and connectors for leaks Check that torque line is not being used as a snub line DEADLINE ANCHORS Check anchor bolts are tight Check sensor gap check cleanliness COMPOUNDS AND RIG DRIVES Check oil pressures on gauges at drillers console and at compound oil pump (min. 10psi) Check for oil leaks from any seals, gaskets, bearings, etc. Check chains and drive sheaves/gears for damage Check operation of spray lubrication systems Check all bearings for excessive temperature and vibration ROTARY DRIVE AND GEARBOXES Check oil level in gearbox and chain case Check bearings for temperature and vibration Check for oil leaks Original Rig File Copy Area Office Copy - Operator WEEK # WEEK # WEEK # WEEK WEEK # #

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Check lubrication system pressure, where a separate electric driven pump is used ENGINES - UP TO 150 HP. Check crank case oil level Check fuel level Check cooling system Check condition and tension of v-belts Check condition of air filters Correct all leaks of air, water, fuel and oil Maintain ready for use at ALL TIMES RIG JACKING/MOVING SYSTEM Check that rod of jacking cylinders are kept retracted after use ENGINES 150 HP AND OVER Check crank case oil levels Check condition of air filters Check water levels and condition of all cooling system components Correct all leaks of air, water, fuel and oil Check fuel supply system for proper operation and see that day tanks are maintained at full level Check that each engine lube oil drain is plugged COMPLETE ENGINE REPORT FOR TODAY AIR WINCHES Check oil level in lubricators Drain condensate from air filters Check oil level in motors and gear reducer Inspect condition of wire rope for broken strands, kinks, mashed spots HP MUD PUMPS Check oil levels in pump and chain case Check liner spray system Check condition of liners, pistons and clamps Tighten suction end cap Check gear end lube system pressure (15 to 30 psi) Check chain oil pressure (30 psi) and flow indicator Check gear oil pressure (10 psi min. slow running) Check pre-charge on suction dampener (22 psi) Check pre-charge on discharge dampener (1000 psi max.) Check HP gauge condition CENTRIFUGAL PUMPS Check gland and top up with grease Check bearing and motor for overheating, noise and vibration Check oil level in pedestal Adjust packing (2-3 drops loss per minute) AUTO DRILLER Drain water and sediment from air filter Check all instrumentation at drillers console Check purging systems are working on all electrical instruments Inspect all instrument senders, sensor in the mud system and on the drill floor Check console covers are in place and secure DRILLING INSTRUMENTATION Check with driller for any running faults ACMOTORS Feel running motors for overheating and vibration DC MOTORS Feel motors for overheating GENERATORS Check generators for missing or damaged covers and guards Check operation by checking meters on the switchboard Check frequency, voltage, current and kilowatts for estimated load COMPRESSORS Check water supply flow and pressure (5-10 psi) Drain condensate from receiver and separator Check oil level and pressure (20 psi) Check safety valve operation Check air filter condition Check air pressure (40 psi) Original Rig File

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ASSET ID CATEGORY 23

DESCRIPTION OF ACTIVITY TO BE COMPLETED


AIR DRYER Drain condensate from pre filter and pilot air filter Check auto drain operation Check system pressure Check pressure drop across filters (10 psi max.) Check pressure drop across desiccant chambers (10 psi max.) Check pilot air pressure (70 psi) ROTARY TABLE Grease bearing and locking mechanisms while rotating slowly Check oil level in sump and chain guard/transmission MASTER BUSHING Grease inside taper of bowl Grease back of bowl when removed from table CROWN BLOCK AND SHEAVES Grease block and sheaves Grease all sheaves, ie-tong line, air hoist, sandline etc. TRAVELING BLOCK, HOOK, SWIVEL AND BALES Grease all nipples Brush grease underside of link below hook Check oil level in swivel Visually check for cracks; loose fittings, connections or fasteners; elongation of parts and any signs of excessive wear or overloading KELLY BUSHING Grease roller assembly stabbing skirt and stabbing pins KELLY VALVES, UPPER & LOWER Check that operating wrench for upper and lower valves are available and stored in front of drawworks ELEVATORS (MANUAL & AUTO) Grease hinge pins Brush grease on underside of link arms and top seating surface Oil latch pin and lock pin Check operation of latch and lock mechanism Grease 7 nipples on auto elevators Check air supply pressure on auto elevators (100 psi) Drain condensate from filter Check oil level in lubricator ROTARY TONGS Grease hinge pins Oil hanger fasteners, balancing screws and tong line pin BOP Check pressure to operate rams (500 psi max) MUD GAS SEPARATOR Check pressure and temperature gauges are undamaged and working DESANDER/DESILTER Check system pressure gauges Check hydrocyclones for leaks Check that discharge spray pattern is correct if operating AGITATORS Check oil level and oil breather operation Check for excessive noise or vibration Check vibration and temperature of bearings SHALE SHAKERS Check air pressure to clamping hose (if applicable 85 psi) Drain condensate from filter Check oil level Check V belt tension and condition Grease nipples 3 shots per alemite DEGASSER Check vacuum gauge pressure (0-14 psi) Check vibration and temperature of bearings Grease links of float assembly, check movement is free WIRELINE UNIT Check reservoir level Check oil temperature (-10C to +40C) Check system pressure (2000 to 2200 psi) Check pre-charge pressure (700 psi) Original Rig File

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Check brake operation Check load cell setting

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BRAKE COOLING SYSTEM (CLOSED LOOP SYSTEMS) Check water level (3/4 full) Check temperature of cooling water Check system pressures (Drawworks 20-25 psi) (Top Drive 85 psi) Check heat exchanger for leaks and sea water supply is on WASHDOWN PUMP Check system pressure 2000 psi Check oil level in sump Check water reservoir is full POWER SLIPS & SLIPS Check air supply pressure (100 psi) Check oil level in lubricator Check remote control functions Grease all grease points Grease back side of slip segments KELLY SPINNER AND POWER SUBS Check air supply pressure (120 psi) Check oil level in air lubricators Drain condensate from air filter Check hoses SPINNING WRENCH Check air supply pressure (120 psi) Drain condensate from filter Check oil level in lubricator Check drive rollers are adjusted correctly IRON ROUGHNECK Check smooth carriage motion Check CAM followers rotate freely Check foot assemblies for excessive noise and loose fittings Check drive roller spillage Check smooth tilt control Check attachment pins and bearing for wear or binding Check smooth spinning clamp action and any noise. MASTS AND DERRICKS Remove any loose tools, nuts, bolts or any other object that could fall from derrick Check general condition of all items of equipment in derrick and for being secured and functioning as intended Check that the structrual integrity of the mast was not affected by damage or unauthorized modification Inspect all mast and substructure pins for keepers. Keepers must be either bolts with nuts or proper safety pins BOP ACCUMULATOR UNIT Check all system gauges are working correctly. Check oil levels in crank case and chain guard Drain condensate from air filter Check level of anti-freeze in lubricator Check level of fluid in reservoir (3/4 full) Check air pressure to accumulator system (120 psi) Check air driven pumps are on and lined up Check pump fluid end packing for leaks Check transmitter gauges reading (15 psi) Check pressures are correct at remote panels CASING TOOLS HPU Check oil for contamination Inspect hoses Check relief valve operation HYDRAULIC POWER UNIT (Ezy Torque, Top Drive, Iron Roughneck, etc.) Check hydraulic oil level Check system pressures (3000 psi normal ops) (5000 psi rig skidding) Check filter indicators Check cooling water flow Check oil temperature (40C) Check air supply pressure to recirculating pump (120 psi) Original Rig File Copy Area Office Copy - Operator

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Check oil level in lubricator Check HPU for loose bolts, leaks, noise or vibration TOP DRIVE Check hydraulic pressure (3000 psi) Check air pressure to top drive and airflex brake (100 psi) Check oil level in lubricator and gearbox Check cooling water supply pressure (84 psi) Grease washpipe Grease all points on top drive Check for loose bolts and fittings Visually inspect top drive electrical system Check DC motor while running for temperature and vibration Check duct work for damage and operation Check all electrical junction boxes are in place and secure Complete checks as per 21 DC MOTOR CHECKS Check status of LEDs on CPU module on PLC Visually check for any loose units or connections HVAC SYSTEM Check status lights on all HVAC control panels GROUND FAULT DETECTION Check the ground fault detection system lights and meters at the main and camp switchboards Check the condition of and the connections to the ground rod LIGHTING Re-lamp light fittings as required FIRE AND GAS ALARM PANELS Check panels for any alarms ANNUNCIATOR Check any alarms showing are justified AC SWITCHBOARD AND SWITCHROOMS Check earth indication lights DC POWER Check all motor control consoles for alarms Check director panel for alarms Check T.P.S., SCR and CPE cooling fans are operating Adjust the voltages, loading sharing as required, to maintain a balanced system Check the load sharing of separate SCR bays driving motors on a common load and that the voltage and amperage are the same SACK STORAGE GANTRY CRANE Check wire rope for lube and damage Check hook and safety catch condition Check SWL is visible BULK AND SURGE TANKS Check tank valves are closed when not in use Check load cell gap is 5/8 Check pressure gauges are working correctly PIPE HANDLING MACHINE Check hydraulic pressure (2500 to 3000 psi Max.) Check wash wipers and water reservoir level Check system air pressure (120 psi) Check wiper air pressure (90 psi) Drain condensate from air filters Check oil level in lubricators Grease all points on pipe handler equipment PIPE HANDING MACHINE CENTRAL ELECTRONICS ENCLOSURE (C.E.E.) Check status of LEDs in C.E.E. Visually check for any loose units or connections CHOKE CONTROL & MANIFOLD Check air supply pressure (20-22 psi) Drain condensate from air filter Check oil level in lubricator Check oil level in reservoir (3/4 full) Check valves and lines are secure and there are no leaks CAMP POTABLE WATER PUMPS Grease packing/seal assemblies Original Rig File Copy Area Office Copy - Operator

DAILY MAINTENANCE CHECKS


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DESCRIPTION OF ACTIVITY TO BE COMPLETED


Ensure that pressure switch cut-in/cut-out settings are correct Check that chlorine treatment of water is maintained at correct level Check for leaks CEMENTER (After every 10 hours of use) Check pump fluid ends., valves, seats and springs Check plunger surface is chromed Check for leakage, change plunger packing if necessary Grease centrifugal pump nipples Check oil level in hydraulic PTO pump Drain condensate water from air system Drain water separator in control stand Check engine oil pressure

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