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STARCON International, Inc.

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Manual: Q u a l i t y C o n t r o l Ma n u a l Edit Date 4/18/13
Document Title: Positive Material Identification Verification and Documentation

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1.1 Policy ...........................................................................................................................................................2
1.2 Purpose .......................................................................................................................................................2
1.3 Scope ...........................................................................................................................................................2
1.4 Responsibilities ..........................................................................................................................................2
1.4.1 QA/QC Site Manager ................................................................................................................................................ 2
1.5 Procedure ....................................................................................................................................................2
1.5.1 Received Alloy Material Verification ......................................................................................................................... 2
1.5.2 Installation PMI Verification ...................................................................................................................................... 3
1.5.3 Weld Consumables ................................................................................................................................................... 3
1.6 References ..................................................................................................................................................3
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1 PMI Verification and Documentation


1.1 Policy
It is STARCON's policy to ensure that specified metallic alloy material are properly identified and
documented as to alloy type, marked according to client procedures, specifications and installed as
intended.

1.2 Purpose
This Chapter of the QCIPP manual describes the overall responsibilities and procedures required to
implement in accordance with procedures that have been approved by the Owners Engineer is
intended to avoid the inadvertent installation of incorrect or out of specification material and to
document the verification of correct alloy material installation.

1.3 Scope
This covers the procedures and method to ensure that nominal chemical composition of alloy
material is in accordance with purchase specifications, and verification that such materials are
properly analyzed, marked to indicate the alloy and verification is documented.

1.4 Responsibilities

1.4.1 QA/QC Site Manager


The QA/QC Site Manager for each STARCON job site shall contact the Owners Engineer to
request the Client required PMI procedures and standards.
Note: in situations where job site has no QA/QC Site Manager, the Project Manager will
assume this responsibility.

1.5 Procedure

1.5.1 Received Alloy Material Verification


All alloy material received by STARCON shall be verified that the alloy material is marked,
stamped or color coded as specified by the client procedures and PMI verification has been
completed. Alloy material shall be received with MTRs and heat numbers matched and
recorded on the received item material purchase order and Mill Test Report.

If not stamped Controlled Document in blue, this procedure is valid for fourteen days from 5/23/13.
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1.5.2 Installation PMI Verification


For all jobs requiring the installation of pressure containing alloy components it is necessary to
schedule a final PMI verification at the point of installation. PMI mapped piping drawings with
reference numbers are used to facilitate the verification of location of the acceptable PMI. A
data sheet shall be used to record reference numbers, detailed list of all components, welds,
purchase order number, mill test report with heat number, Date of PMI, PMI Report Number
and shall be traceable to all job packages.

1.5.3 Weld Consumables


Prior to use in fabrication, sample buttons shall be welded using each heat number of bare wire
and lot of covered electrodes. A button of bare wire is not necessary if the PMI instrument can
examine wire.
Button size shall be 1 diameter with a minimum 3/8 thickness of deposited weld metal. After
successful PMI qualification, all welding consumables used for fabrication shall be segregated
and uniquely identified from all other welding materials.

1.6 References
F_QCIPP 029 PMI Record

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If not stamped Controlled Document in blue, this procedure is valid for fourteen days from 5/23/13.
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If not stamped Controlled Document in blue, this procedure is valid for fourteen days from 5/23/13.