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BOILER START-UP CHECK LIST DELAYS IF, WHEN ARRIVING AT THE JOBSITE OUR SUPPORT TECHNICIAN IS

BOILER START-UP CHECK LIST

DELAYS

IF, WHEN ARRIVING AT THE JOBSITE OUR SUPPORT TECHNICIAN IS DELAYED IN STARTING EQUIPMENT OR HAS TO RETURN TO THE JOB DUE TO ANY OF THE ITEMS BELOW BEING INCOMPLETE/FALISFIED OR, FOR ANY REASON NOT THE RESPONSIBILITY OF VEMCO, INC., EXPENSES INCURRED WILL BE CHARGED BACK TO THE REQUESTER OF START UP AT A RATE OF $750.00 / DAY PLUS MILEAGE AT $1.00 / MILE (FROM PORT TO PORT)

Job:

Address:

Boiler Model:

Serial #:

Notes:

1.

Start-up service will not be scheduled until this form is completed, signed and returned to us.

2.

Prior to starting the unit, a permit to operate and boiler insurance must be obtained by either the owner or the installing contractor.

3.

Please complete and return to us at least 48 hours prior to the desired start-up date.

GENERAL

1. Is boiler in building and piping completed

2. Is smoke stack or breeching completed

3. Are blow-down or drain valves piped

4. Is water make-up to boiler piped

5. Has boiler been filled with water

6. Are feed water or circulating pumps connected and in operable condition

GAS FIRED BOILERS

1. Is gas meter installed

2. Is gas piping completed

3. Is gas regulator installed

4. What pressure is available at boiler

5. Have you made arrangements for gas company to have someone at job on date of start-up, if this is required

OIL FIRED BOILERS

1. Is oil pump installed

2. Is oil piping completed

3. Is oil pump motor and starter wired

4. Do you have a check valve and strainer installed at pump Suction and also a check valve at oil tank suction

5. Has oil system been thoroughly checked for suction leaks

6. Has oil pump motor rotation been checked

FOR OIL FIRED BOILER WITH GAS PILOT

1. Is pilot gas piping completed

2. Is LP or natural gas available and connected

ELECTRICAL SERVICE

1. Is control wiring completed

2. Is power wiring completed

3. Has blower motor rotation been checked

SYSTEM LOAD

Is system complete so that full load can be placed on boiler This is very important.

OWNER’S OPERATOR

Is the owner’s engineer available for boiler operating instructions. Past experience has shown that this training is very important in order for the operator to properly maintain his equipment.

Will the Electrical Contractor have someone at the job Will the Mechanical Contractor have someone at the job

PLEASE write below the name of the Job Foreman or Superintendent who our Service Engineer should contact at the job:

Name:

ABOVE COMPLETED BY:

DESIRED STARTING DATE:

Phone #:

If you have any questions please contact Scott Ankeney 1-406-239-8933 or Carl Herden 1-406- 672-2392 for assistance. We will be happy to assist in any way to avoid any delays in start up.

Please return this complete form via fax/email to Sarah Butsch at 1-406-721-2941 (sarahb@vemcoinc.com).

BOILING OUT BOILER AND SYSTEM

To properly clean the boiler and to protect the various components of the system against plugging and fouling with foreign matter, we strongly recommend the following procedure:

The boiler should be boiled out for a period of not less than four hours with a solution consisting of 4# of trisodium phosphate for each 1000# of water contained in the boiler. In the case of a hot water system, the entire system should be circulated during this boiling out period in order to provide proper cleaning. If the volume of water in the system cannot be readily calculated, an additional 4# of trisodium phosphate per 1000# of water in the boiler will provide sufficient solution strength for the usual hot water system.

After boiling out the boiler, and in the case of a hot water system, the entire system should be drained and the boiler flushed out. The boiler and system should be filled and drained again and finally filled to normal operating level for placing into service.

We believe the above procedure will appreciably reduce the number of difficulties often found in new installations.