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Scope of KAFCO to Inspection and Test procedure for Cooler Tube Nest

Date: 9th December, 2013 to 19th December 2013,

Ritto, Shiga, Japan

3. Hydrostatic Pressure Test

|INSPECTION REPORT OF HYDROSTATIC PRESS TEST |YAMASHINA ORDER NO: HST1309334 |
|PURSHASER |HITACHI, INF SYS COMPANY |INSPECTION DATE | |
|ORDER No. |947274 |APPROVED | |
|EQUIPMENT NAME |2-K-102 E1A/B |CHECKED | |
|PLANT NAME |KAFCO |PREPARED | |
|NAME |96.2 M3 |JUDGEMENT | |
|TYPE |2LC-96.2B16T15.9 |WITNESSED BY | |
|MFG No. |131306, 131307 |VISUAL | |

2-K-102 E1A/B

|Equipment |Design Pressure |Test Pressure |Holding time minutes |Observation |JUDGEMENT |
| |kg/cm2 |kg/cm2 | | | |
| |(Shell Side) | | |Pressure drop/ | |
| | |DP X 1.5 =? | |leakage | |
|2-K-102 E1A |13.5 |20.25 |30 | | |
|2-K-102 E1B |13.5 |20.25 |30 | | |

Condition:

1. Two sets of pressure gauge shall be used, which have the measuring range 0 to 4 MPa the test pressure.

2. Calibrated pressure gauges with the period of guaranteed performance. Calibration Certificate

3. Test pressure medium is Turbine Oil ISO VG 32 (Shell Side) at 610C / Water

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4. Final Inspection by Finished Assembly of 2-K-102 E1A

4.1 Dimensional Inspection of 2-K-102 E1A/B

|INSPECTION REPORT OF DIMENSIONS AND VISUAL |YAMASHINA ORDER NO: HST1309334 |
|PURSHASER |HITACHI, INF SYS COMPANY |INSPECTION DATE | |
|ORDER No. |947274 |APPROVED | |
|EQUIPMENT NAME |2-K-102 E1A/B |CHECKED | |
|PLANT NAME |KAFCO |PREPARED | |
|NAME |96.2 M3 |JUDGEMENT | |
|TYPE |2LC-96.2B16T15.9 |WITNESSED BY | |
|MFG No. |131306, 131307 |VISUAL | |

2-K-102 E1A

|PARTS |NORMAL DIMENSION |STANDARD |KAFCO’S |KANU’S DIMENSION |ACTUAL MEASUREMENT |ERROR |JUDGEMENT |
| | | |DIMENSION | | | | |
|L1 |3594 |+4.0, -0 |3594 |3595 | | | |
|T1 |45 |+0.8, -0 |45 |45 | | | |
|T2 |45 |+0.8, -0 |45 |45 | | | |
|D1 |442 |+ - 0.8 |- |442 | | | |
|D2 |375 |+0, -0.5 |- |374.83 | | | |

2-K-102 E1B

|PARTS |NORMAL DIMENSION |STANDARD |KAFCO’S |KANU’S DIMENSION |ACTUAL MEASUREMENT |ERROR |JUDGEMENT |
| | | |DIMENSION | | | | |
|L1 |3594 |+4.0, -0 |3594 |3595 | | | |
|T1 |45 |+0.8, -0 |45 |45 | | | |
|T2 |45 |+0.8, -0 |45 |45 | | | |
|D1 |442 |+ - 0.8 |- |442 | | | |
|D2 |375 |+0, -0.5 |- |374.83 | | | |

4.2 Visual Inspection of 2-K-102 E1A/B

|Item |Surface defects |Blow Holes |Flaws |
|2-K-102 E1A | | | |
|2-K-102 E1B | | | |

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