Manufacture procedure

Manufacture procedure

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This chapter will examine the procedural arrangements associated with the `manufacture' stage of the scheme process. This would usually involve QMS procedures from each of the manufacturers involved with the project, the contractor who places the contract/orders with the manufacturers and the power network company that places the contract with the contractor. This chapter will not examine the QMS procedures of the manufacturers, since they would be concerned with detailed factory processes, but will examine the procedural arrangements that would usually be required by the power network company or contractor at the interface with manufacturers. In brief, the following will be examined: manufacturing assurance and equipment testing.

Chapter Contents:

  • 21.1 Introduction
  • 21.2 Manufacturing assurance
  • 21.2.1 Manufacturing assurance — requirements
  • 21.3 Equipment tests
  • 21.3.1 Equipment tests — requirements
  • Type tests
  • Routine tests
  • Factory acceptance tests
  • Commissioning tests

Inspec keywords: contracts; quality assurance; electricity supply industry; power apparatus

Other keywords: procedural arrangements; QMS procedures; manufacture stage; contractor; manufacturing assurance; manufacturers; power network company; manufacture procedure; equipment testing

Subjects: Administration and management; Power apparatus and electric machines; Inspection and quality control

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