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: E-HOUSE GBC PROJECT


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: PT.FREEPORT INDONESIA
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SUPERVISION COMMISION
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: E-HOUSE GBC PROJECT


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: PT.FREEPORT INDONESIA
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Jobs Description

E- House Building & Utility


- Inspect physical and mechanical condition of e-house,
- Make sure e-house has been installed on pedestal properly
- Inspect e-house building has been connected to grounding grid customer
- Make sure e-house has been joined between section properly
- Make sure cover coupling has been installed
- Make sure the canopy over a single door has been installed
- Make sure the canopy over a double door has been installed
- Make sure Door Closer at the Single door has been installed
- Make sure Door Closer at the Double door has been installed
Utillity
- Make sure interior lighting, outdoor lighting and control lighting
in good condition and operate properly
- Make sure outdoor lighting has been installed
- Make sure indoor power outlet has been operate
- Create report
Punch List of Utility Installation

Installation HVAC unit 1, HVAC unit 2 and HVAC unit 3


- Compare equipment nameplate data with drawings and spesifications
- Inspect physical and mechanical condition
- Inspect the unit is clean
- Make sure HVAC Unit is properly mounted
- Make sure proper torque is applied to the bolt
- Make sure prefillter has been installed inside HVAC unit
- Make sure supply grill has been installed
- Make sure retrun grill has been installed
Electrical Installation HVAC Unit
- Verify termination cable control from HVAC controller to HVAC unit has been connected properly
- Inspect exposed section of cable for physical damage and correct connection in accordance with schematic drawing.
- Make sure proper torque is applied to the bolt cable connection
- Inspect for correct identification and phase squence
- Make sure wiring Y connected to Y terminal LV control HVAC unit
- Verify control wiring HVAC unit accordance with schematic
- Perform function test accordance checklist document FAT
- Create report
F&G System
- Compare equipment nameplate data with drawings and spesifications
- Inspect physical condition of F&G equipment
- Inspect that the unit is clean
- Make sure FACP Unit is properly mounted
- Inspect exposed section of cable for physical damage and correct connection in accordance schematic drawing ( Refer to Field modification wiring at DMLZ project )
- Make sure proper torque is applied to the bolt cable connection
- Verify control wiring FACP unit accordance with schematic
- Verify F&G setting unit accordance with FAT ducument section F&G Setting
- Make sure Cylinder FM200 + Support has been installed
- Make sure pressure switch has been installed
- Make sure Flexible Discharge Hose has been installed propely
- Make sure Electric Control Head c/w Lever Operated Control Head has been installed on the Cylinder FM200
- Verify Electrical control head has been connected to FACP accordance with schematic
- Make sure Battery 2 x 12 VDC, 12AH has been installed
- Verify power supply have voltage 120 VAC,60Hz from proper feeder
- Make sure fire Ion smoke and photo electric detector has been installed
- Make sure fire gas discharge sign and evacuation sign has been installed
- Inspect Pipe F&G has been installed properly
- Perform pressure test for Pipe F&G
F&G Function Test
Perform function test F&G

see guidance checklist function test F&G ( Document FAT )


- Create report
Punch List of F&G Installation
- Installation support pipe F&G building 1
MV Switchgear 13,8 kV
Feeder J01 Incoming Feeder
1. Visual and Mechanical Inspection
1. Compare equipment nameplate data with drawings and specifications.
2. Inspect physical and mechanical condition
3. Inspect ground connections to switchgear ground bus.
4. Verify the unit is clean ( CB Copartement, Busbar Compartement and Cable compartement )
5. Perform mechanical operator tests in accordance with Site Acceptance Test MV Switchgear
6. Verify operation and squencing of interlocking system
7. Inspect bolted electrical connections for high resistance using of the following methode
1. Use of low resistance ohm meter
2. Verify tightness of accessible bolted electrical connections by calibrated toque-wrench methode in accordance with manufacture publish data
8. Inspect insulating assemblies for evidence of physical damage or contaminated surfaces.
9. Verify that each fuseholder has adequate support and contact integrity.
10. Verify that fuse sizes and types are in accordance with drawings, short-circuit studies, and coordination study.
11. Lubrication requirements
1. Verify appropriate lubrication on moving current carrying parts
2. Verify appropriate lubrication on moving and sliding surface
12. Inspect operation of the drawout mechanism including mechanical interlocks, position indicators, and safety features
13. Confirm correct operation and squencing of electrical and mechanical interlock system
14. Inspect insulators for evidence of physical damage of contaminated surfaces.
15. Verify corret barrier and shutter installation and operation
16. Inspect mechanical indicating devices for correct operation
17. Perform visual mechanical inspection of instrument transformers section 7.10
18. Inspect control power transformers
1. Inspect for physical damage, cracked insulation, broken lead, tightness of connections, defective wiring and overall general condition
2. Verify the primary and secondary fuse or circuit breaker rating match drawings.
3. Verify correct functioning of drawout disconnecting VT Truck
2. Electrical Tests
1. Perform electrical test on instrument transformer in accordance with section 7.10
2. Perform ground resistance test in accordance with section 7.13
3. Perform resistance measurement through bolted electrical connection with a low resistance ohmmeter in accordance with section 7.1.1
4. Perform insulation resistance test on each bus section phase to phase and phase to ground for one minute in accordance with tabel 100.1
5. Perform an overpotensial test each bus section, each phase to ground with phases not under test grounded, in accordance with manufacturer publish data.
If manufacturer has no recommendation for this test, it shall be in accordance with tabel 100.2 The test voltage shall be applied for one minute
6. Perform current injection test on the entire current in each section of switchgear.
1. Perform current test by secondary injection with magnitude sich that a minimum current of 1.0 ampere flow in the secondary circuit. Verify correct magnitude of
current at each device in the circuit.
2. Perform current test by primary injection with magnitude such that a minimum of 1.0 ampere flows in the secondary circuit. Verify correct magnitude of current at
each device in the circuit.

7. Determine accuracy of all meters and calibrate watthour meters .Verify multipliers
8. Perform phasing check on double ended or dual source switchgear to insure correct bus phasing from each source
9. Control power transformer
1. Perform insulation-resistance tests. Perform measurements from winding to winding and each winding to ground. Test voltage shall be in
accordance table 100.1 unless otherwise specified by manufacturer.
2. Perform secondary wiring integrity test. Disconnect transformer at secondary terminals and connect secondary wiring to a rated secondary
voltage source. Verify correct potential at all devices.
3. Verify correct secondary voltage by energizing primary winding with system voltage.Measure secondary voltage with the secondary wiring
disconnected.
4. Verify correct function of control transfer relays located in switchgear with multiple control power sources.
12. Voltage Transformer
1. Perform insulation resistance tests. Perform measurements from winding to winding and each winding to ground. Test voltages shall be in
accordance with tabel 100.1
2. Perform secondary wiring integrity test. Verify correct potential at all devices.
3. Verify secondary voltages by energizing primary winding with system voltage.
13. Verify operation of cubicle switchgear space heaters.
Feeder J02 BBVT
1. Visual and Mechanical Inspection
1. Compare equipment nameplate data with drawings and specifications.
2. Inspect physical and mechanical condition
3. Inspect ground connections to switchgear ground bus.
4. Verify the unit is clean ( CB Copartement, Busbar Compartement and Cable compartement )
5. Perform mechanical operator tests in accordance with Site Acceptance Test MV Switchgear
6. Verify operation and squencing of interlocking system
7. Inspect bolted electrical connections for high resistance using of the following methode
1. Use of low resistance ohm meter
2. Verify tightness of accessible bolted electrical connections by calibrated toque-wrench methode in accordance with manufacture publish data
8. Inspect insulating assemblies for evidence of physical damage or contaminated surfaces.
9. Verify that each fuseholder has adequate support and contact integrity.
10. Verify that fuse sizes and types are in accordance with drawings, short-circuit studies, and coordination study.
11. Lubrication requirements
1. Verify appropriate lubrication on moving current carrying parts
2. Verify appropriate lubrication on moving and sliding surface
12. Inspect operation of the drawout mechanism including mechanical interlocks, position indicators, and safety features
13. Confirm correct operation and squencing of electrical and mechanical interlock system
14. Inspect insulators for evidence of physical damage of contaminated surfaces.
15. Verify corret barrier and shutter installation and operation
16. Inspect mechanical indicating devices for correct operation
17. Perform visual mechanical inspection of instrument transformers section 7.10
18. Inspect control power transformers
1. Inspect for physical damage, cracked insulation, broken lead, tightness of connections, defective wiring and overall general condition
2. Verify the primary and secondary fuse or circuit breaker rating match drawings.
3. Verify correct functioning of drawout disconnecting VT Truck
2. Electrical Tests
1. Perform electrical test on instrument transformer in accordance with section 7.10
2. Perform ground resistance test in accordance with section 7.13
3. Perform resistance measurement through bolted electrical connection with a low resistance ohmmeter in accordance with section 7.1.1
4. Perform insulation resistance test on each bus section phase to phase and phase to ground for one minute in accordance with tabel 100.1
5. Perform an overpotensial test each bus section, each phase to ground with phases not under test grounded, in accordance with manufacturer publish data.
If manufacturer has no recommendation for this test, it shall be in accordance with tabel 100.2 The test voltage shall be applied for one minute
6. Perform current injection test on the entire current in each section of switchgear.
1. Perform current test by secondary injection with magnitude sich that a minimum current of 1.0 ampere flow in the secondary circuit. Verify correct magnitude of
current at each device in the circuit.
2. Perform current test by primary injection with magnitude such that a minimum of 1.0 ampere flows in the secondary circuit. Verify correct magnitude of current at
each device in the circuit.
7. Determine accuracy of all meters and calibrate watthour meters .Verify multipliers
8. Perform phasing check on double ended or dual source switchgear to insure correct bus phasing from each source
9. Control power transformer
1. Perform insulation-resistance tests. Perform measurements from winding to winding and each winding to ground. Test voltage shall be in
accordance table 100.1 unless otherwise specified by manufacturer.
2. Perform secondary wiring integrity test. Disconnect transformer at secondary terminals and connect secondary wiring to a rated secondary
voltage source. Verify correct potential at all devices.
3. Verify correct secondary voltage by energizing primary winding with system voltage.Measure secondary voltage with the secondary wiring
disconnected.
4. Verify correct function of control transfer relays located in switchgear with multiple control power sources.
12. Voltage Transformer
1. Perform insulation resistance tests. Perform measurements from winding to winding and each winding to ground. Test voltages shall be in
accordance with tabel 100.1
2. Perform secondary wiring integrity test. Verify correct potential at all devices.
3. Verify secondary voltages by energizing primary winding with system voltage.
13. Verify operation of cubicle switchgear space heaters.
Feeder J03 Outgoing to TR
1. Visual and Mechanical Inspection
1. Compare equipment nameplate data with drawings and specifications.
2. Inspect physical and mechanical condition

3. Inspect ground connections to switchgear ground bus.


4. Verify the unit is clean ( CB Copartement, Busbar Compartement and Cable compartement )
5. Perform mechanical operator tests in accordance with Site Acceptance Test MV Switchgear
6. Verify operation and squencing of interlocking system
7. Inspect bolted electrical connections for high resistance using of the following methode
1. Use of low resistance ohm meter
2. Verify tightness of accessible bolted electrical connections by calibrated toque-wrench methode in accordance with manufacture publish data
8. Inspect insulating assemblies for evidence of physical damage or contaminated surfaces.
9. Verify that each fuseholder has adequate support and contact integrity.
10. Verify that fuse sizes and types are in accordance with drawings, short-circuit studies, and coordination study.
11. Lubrication requirements
1. Verify appropriate lubrication on moving current carrying parts
2. Verify appropriate lubrication on moving and sliding surface
12. Inspect operation of the drawout mechanism including mechanical interlocks, position indicators, and safety features
13. Confirm correct operation and squencing of electrical and mechanical interlock system
14. Inspect insulators for evidence of physical damage of contaminated surfaces.
15. Verify corret barrier and shutter installation and operation
16. Inspect mechanical indicating devices for correct operation
17. Perform visual mechanical inspection of instrument transformers section 7.10
18. Inspect control power transformers
1. Inspect for physical damage, cracked insulation, broken lead, tightness of connections, defective wiring and overall general condition
2. Verify the primary and secondary fuse or circuit breaker rating match drawings.
3. Verify correct functioning of drawout disconnecting VT Truck
2. Electrical Tests
1. Perform electrical test on instrument transformer in accordance with section 7.10
2. Perform ground resistance test in accordance with section 7.13
3. Perform resistance measurement through bolted electrical connection with a low resistance ohmmeter in accordance with section 7.1.1
4. Perform insulation resistance test on each bus section phase to phase and phase to ground for one minute in accordance with tabel 100.1
5. Perform an overpotensial test each bus section, each phase to ground with phases not under test grounded, in accordance with manufacturer publish data.
If manufacturer has no recommendation for this test, it shall be in accordance with tabel 100.2 The test voltage shall be applied for one minute

6. Perform current injection test on the entire current in each section of switchgear.
1. Perform current test by secondary injection with magnitude sich that a minimum current of 1.0 ampere flow in the secondary circuit. Verify correct magnitude of
current at each device in the circuit.
2. Perform current test by primary injection with magnitude such that a minimum of 1.0 ampere flows in the secondary circuit. Verify correct magnitude of current at
each device in the circuit.
7. Determine accuracy of all meters and calibrate watthour meters .Verify multipliers
8. Perform phasing check on double ended or dual source switchgear to insure correct bus phasing from each source
9. Control power transformer
1. Perform insulation-resistance tests. Perform measurements from winding to winding and each winding to ground. Test voltage shall be in
accordance table 100.1 unless otherwise specified by manufacturer.
2. Perform secondary wiring integrity test. Disconnect transformer at secondary terminals and connect secondary wiring to a rated secondary
voltage source. Verify correct potential at all devices.
3. Verify correct secondary voltage by energizing primary winding with system voltage.Measure secondary voltage with the secondary wiring
disconnected.
4. Verify correct function of control transfer relays located in switchgear with multiple control power sources.
12. Voltage Transformer
1. Perform insulation resistance tests. Perform measurements from winding to winding and each winding to ground. Test voltages shall be in
accordance with tabel 100.1
2. Perform secondary wiring integrity test. Verify correct potential at all devices.
3. Verify secondary voltages by energizing primary winding with system voltage.
13. Verify operation of cubicle switchgear space heaters.
Feeder J04 Outgoing to CV
1. Visual and Mechanical Inspection
1. Compare equipment nameplate data with drawings and specifications.
2. Inspect physical and mechanical condition
3. Inspect ground connections to switchgear ground bus.
4. Verify the unit is clean ( CB Copartement, Busbar Compartement and Cable compartement )
5. Perform mechanical operator tests in accordance with Site Acceptance Test MV Switchgear
6. Verify operation and squencing of interlocking system
7. Inspect bolted electrical connections for high resistance using of the following methode
1. Use of low resistance ohm meter
2. Verify tightness of accessible bolted electrical connections by calibrated toque-wrench methode in accordance with manufacture publish data
8. Inspect insulating assemblies for evidence of physical damage or contaminated surfaces.
9. Verify that each fuseholder has adequate support and contact integrity.
10. Verify that fuse sizes and types are in accordance with drawings, short-circuit studies, and coordination study.
11. Lubrication requirements
1. Verify appropriate lubrication on moving current carrying parts
2. Verify appropriate lubrication on moving and sliding surface
12. Inspect operation of the drawout mechanism including mechanical interlocks, position indicators, and safety features
13. Confirm correct operation and squencing of electrical and mechanical interlock system
14. Inspect insulators for evidence of physical damage of contaminated surfaces.
15. Verify corret barrier and shutter installation and operation
16. Inspect mechanical indicating devices for correct operation
17. Perform visual mechanical inspection of instrument transformers section 7.10
18. Inspect control power transformers

1. Inspect for physical damage, cracked insulation, broken lead, tightness of connections, defective wiring and overall general condition
2. Verify the primary and secondary fuse or circuit breaker rating match drawings.
3. Verify correct functioning of drawout disconnecting VT Truck
2. Electrical Tests
1. Perform electrical test on instrument transformer in accordance with section 7.10
2. Perform ground resistance test in accordance with section 7.13
3. Perform resistance measurement through bolted electrical connection with a low resistance ohmmeter in accordance with section 7.1.1
4. Perform insulation resistance test on each bus section phase to phase and phase to ground for one minute in accordance with tabel 100.1
5. Perform an overpotensial test each bus section, each phase to ground with phases not under test grounded, in accordance with manufacturer publish data.
If manufacturer has no recommendation for this test, it shall be in accordance with tabel 100.2 The test voltage shall be applied for one minute
6. Perform current injection test on the entire current in each section of switchgear.
1. Perform current test by secondary injection with magnitude sich that a minimum current of 1.0 ampere flow in the secondary circuit. Verify correct magnitude of
current at each device in the circuit.
2. Perform current test by primary injection with magnitude such that a minimum of 1.0 ampere flows in the secondary circuit. Verify correct magnitude of current at
each device in the circuit.
7. Determine accuracy of all meters and calibrate watthour meters .Verify multipliers
8. Perform phasing check on double ended or dual source switchgear to insure correct bus phasing from each source
9. Control power transformer
1. Perform insulation-resistance tests. Perform measurements from winding to winding and each winding to ground. Test voltage shall be in
accordance table 100.1 unless otherwise specified by manufacturer.
2. Perform secondary wiring integrity test. Disconnect transformer at secondary terminals and connect secondary wiring to a rated secondary
voltage source. Verify correct potential at all devices.
3. Verify correct secondary voltage by energizing primary winding with system voltage.Measure secondary voltage with the secondary wiring
disconnected.
4. Verify correct function of control transfer relays located in switchgear with multiple control power sources.
12. Voltage Transformer
1. Perform insulation resistance tests. Perform measurements from winding to winding and each winding to ground. Test voltages shall be in
accordance with tabel 100.1
2. Perform secondary wiring integrity test. Verify correct potential at all devices.
3. Verify secondary voltages by energizing primary winding with system voltage.
13. Verify operation of cubicle switchgear space heaters.
MV Switchgear 4,16 kV
Feeder M05 Incoming
1. Visual and Mechanical Inspection
1. Compare equipment nameplate data with drawings and specifications.
2. Inspect physical and mechanical condition
3. Inspect ground connections to switchgear ground bus.
4. Verify the unit is clean ( CB Copartement, Busbar Compartement and Cable compartement )
5. Perform mechanical operator tests in accordance with Site Acceptance Test MV Switchgear
6. Verify operation and squencing of interlocking system
7. Inspect bolted electrical connections for high resistance using of the following methode
1. Use of low resistance ohm meter
2. Verify tightness of accessible bolted electrical connections by calibrated toque-wrench methode in accordance with manufacture publish data
8. Inspect insulating assemblies for evidence of physical damage or contaminated surfaces.
9. Verify that each fuseholder has adequate support and contact integrity.
10. Verify that fuse sizes and types are in accordance with drawings, short-circuit studies, and coordination study.
11. Lubrication requirements
1. Verify appropriate lubrication on moving current carrying parts
2. Verify appropriate lubrication on moving and sliding surface
12. Inspect operation of the drawout mechanism including mechanical interlocks, position indicators, and safety features
13. Confirm correct operation and squencing of electrical and mechanical interlock system
14. Inspect insulators for evidence of physical damage of contaminated surfaces.
15. Verify corret barrier and shutter installation and operation
16. Inspect mechanical indicating devices for correct operation
17. Perform visual mechanical inspection of instrument transformers section 7.10
18. Inspect control power transformers
1. Inspect for physical damage, cracked insulation, broken lead, tightness of connections, defective wiring and overall general condition
2. Verify the primary and secondary fuse or circuit breaker rating match drawings.
3. Verify correct functioning of drawout disconnecting VT Truck
2. Electrical Tests
1. Perform electrical test on instrument transformer in accordance with section 7.10
2. Perform ground resistance test in accordance with section 7.13
3. Perform resistance measurement through bolted electrical connection with a low resistance ohmmeter in accordance with section 7.1.1
4. Perform insulation resistance test on each bus section phase to phase and phase to ground for one minute in accordance with tabel 100.1
5. Perform an overpotensial test each bus section, each phase to ground with phases not under test grounded, in accordance with manufacturer publish data.
If manufacturer has no recommendation for this test, it shall be in accordance with tabel 100.2 The test voltage shall be applied for one minute
6. Perform current injection test on the entire current in each section of switchgear.
1. Perform current test by secondary injection with magnitude sich that a minimum current of 1.0 ampere flow in the secondary circuit. Verify correct magnitude of
current at each device in the circuit.
2. Perform current test by primary injection with magnitude such that a minimum of 1.0 ampere flows in the secondary circuit. Verify correct magnitude of current at
each device in the circuit.
7. Determine accuracy of all meters and calibrate watthour meters .Verify multipliers
8. Perform phasing check on double ended or dual source switchgear to insure correct bus phasing from each source

9. Control power transformer


1. Perform insulation-resistance tests. Perform measurements from winding to winding and each winding to ground. Test voltage shall be in
accordance table 100.1 unless otherwise specified by manufacturer.
2. Perform secondary wiring integrity test. Disconnect transformer at secondary terminals and connect secondary wiring to a rated secondary
voltage source. Verify correct potential at all devices.
3. Verify correct secondary voltage by energizing primary winding with system voltage.Measure secondary voltage with the secondary wiring
disconnected.
4. Verify correct function of control transfer relays located in switchgear with multiple control power sources.
12. Voltage Transformer
1. Perform insulation resistance tests. Perform measurements from winding to winding and each winding to ground. Test voltages shall be in
accordance with tabel 100.1
2. Perform secondary wiring integrity test. Verify correct potential at all devices.
3. Verify secondary voltages by energizing primary winding with system voltage.
13. Verify operation of cubicle switchgear space heaters.

Motor Feeder M04


1. Visual and Mechanical Inspection
1. Compare equipment nameplate data with drawings and specifications
2. Inspect physical and mechanical condition
3. Inspect anchorage, alignment, and grounding
4. Verify the unit is clean
5. Inspect bolted electrical connections for high resistance using of the following methode
1. Use of low resistance ohm meter
2. Verify tightness of accessible bolted electrical connections by calibrated toque-wrench methode in accordance with manufacture publish
data or table 100.12
3. Perform thermographic survey in accordance.
6. Test all electrical and mechanical interlock systems for correct operation and sequencing
7. Verify correct barrier and shutter installation and operation
8. Exercise all active components nad confirm correct operation of all indicating devices
9. Inspect contactors
1. Verify mechanical operation
2. Verify contact gap, wipe, alignment, and pressure are in accordance with manufacturer's published data.
10. Verify overload protection rating is correct for its application. Set adjustable or programmable devices according to the protective device coordiantion study
11. Lubrication requirements
1. Verify appropriate lubrication on moving current carrying parts
2. Verify appropriate lubrication on moving and sliding surface

2. Electrical Tests
1. Perform resistance measurements through bolted connections with a low resistance ohmmeter, if applicable.
2. Perform insulation resistance tests on contactors, phase to ground, phase to phase, and across the open contacts for one minute in accordance with table 100.1
3. Perform system function test
4. Test control power transformer
5. Perform overpotential test in accordance with manufacturer's publish data. If manufacturer has no recommendation for this test, it shall be in accordance with table
6. Perform vacuum bottle integrity test (overpotential), if applicable, across each vacum bottle with the contacts in the open position in strict accordance with
manufacturer's publish data. DO NOT EXCEED MAXIMUM VOLTAGE stipulated for this test
7. Perform contact resistance tests
8. Measure blowout coil circuit resistance
9. Measure resistance of power fuse
10. Energize contactor using an auxiliary source. Adjust armature to minimize operating vibration where applicable
11. Test motor protection devices in accordance with manufacturer's published data. In the absence of manufacturer's data.
12. Test starting transformers, if applicable.
13. Verify operation of cubicle space heater.
Motor Feeder M03
1. Visual and Mechanical Inspection
1. Compare equipment nameplate data with drawings and specifications
2. Inspect physical and mechanical condition
3. Inspect anchorage, alignment, and grounding
4. Verify the unit is clean
5. Inspect bolted electrical connections for high resistance using of the following methode
1. Use of low resistance ohm meter
2. Verify tightness of accessible bolted electrical connections by calibrated toque-wrench methode in accordance with manufacture publish
data or table 100.12
3. Perform thermographic survey in accordance.
6. Test all electrical and mechanical interlock systems for correct operation and sequencing
7. Verify correct barrier and shutter installation and operation
8. Exercise all active components nad confirm correct operation of all indicating devices
9. Inspect contactors
1. Verify mechanical operation
2. Verify contact gap, wipe, alignment, and pressure are in accordance with manufacturer's published data.
10. Verify overload protection rating is correct for its application. Set adjustable or programmable devices according to the protective device coordiantion study
11. Lubrication requirements
1. Verify appropriate lubrication on moving current carrying parts
2. Verify appropriate lubrication on moving and sliding surface

2. Electrical Tests
1. Perform resistance measurements through bolted connections with a low resistance ohmmeter, if applicable.
2. Perform insulation resistance tests on contactors, phase to ground, phase to phase, and across the open contacts for one minute in accordance with table 100.1
3. Perform system function test
4. Test control power transformer
5. Perform overpotential test in accordance with manufacturer's publish data. If manufacturer has no recommendation for this test, it shall be in accordance with table
6. Perform vacuum bottle integrity test (overpotential), if applicable, across each vacum bottle with the contacts in the open position in strict accordance with
manufacturer's publish data. DO NOT EXCEED MAXIMUM VOLTAGE stipulated for this test
7. Perform contact resistance tests
8. Measure blowout coil circuit resistance
9. Measure resistance of power fuse
10. Energize contactor using an auxiliary source. Adjust armature to minimize operating vibration where applicable
11. Test motor protection devices in accordance with manufacturer's published data. In the absence of manufacturer's data.
12. Test starting transformers, if applicable.
13. Verify operation of cubicle space heater.
Motor Feeder M02
1. Visual and Mechanical Inspection

1. Compare equipment nameplate data with drawings and specifications


2. Inspect physical and mechanical condition
3. Inspect anchorage, alignment, and grounding
4. Verify the unit is clean
5. Inspect bolted electrical connections for high resistance using of the following methode
1. Use of low resistance ohm meter
2. Verify tightness of accessible bolted electrical connections by calibrated toque-wrench methode in accordance with manufacture publish
data or table 100.12
3. Perform thermographic survey in accordance.
6. Test all electrical and mechanical interlock systems for correct operation and sequencing
7. Verify correct barrier and shutter installation and operation
8. Exercise all active components nad confirm correct operation of all indicating devices
9. Inspect contactors
1. Verify mechanical operation
2. Verify contact gap, wipe, alignment, and pressure are in accordance with manufacturer's published data.
10. Verify overload protection rating is correct for its application. Set adjustable or programmable devices according to the protective device coordiantion study
11. Lubrication requirements
1. Verify appropriate lubrication on moving current carrying parts
2. Verify appropriate lubrication on moving and sliding surface

2. Electrical Tests
1. Perform resistance measurements through bolted connections with a low resistance ohmmeter, if applicable.
2. Perform insulation resistance tests on contactors, phase to ground, phase to phase, and across the open contacts for one minute in accordance with table 100.1
3. Perform system function test
4. Test control power transformer
5. Perform overpotential test in accordance with manufacturer's publish data. If manufacturer has no recommendation for this test, it shall be in accordance with table
6. Perform vacuum bottle integrity test (overpotential), if applicable, across each vacum bottle with the contacts in the open position in strict accordance with
manufacturer's publish data. DO NOT EXCEED MAXIMUM VOLTAGE stipulated for this test
7. Perform contact resistance tests
8. Measure blowout coil circuit resistance
9. Measure resistance of power fuse
10. Energize contactor using an auxiliary source. Adjust armature to minimize operating vibration where applicable
11. Test motor protection devices in accordance with manufacturer's published data. In the absence of manufacturer's data.
12. Test starting transformers, if applicable.
13. Verify operation of cubicle space heater.
Motor Feeder M01
1. Visual and Mechanical Inspection
1. Compare equipment nameplate data with drawings and specifications
2. Inspect physical and mechanical condition
3. Inspect anchorage, alignment, and grounding
4. Verify the unit is clean
5. Inspect bolted electrical connections for high resistance using of the following methode
1. Use of low resistance ohm meter
2. Verify tightness of accessible bolted electrical connections by calibrated toque-wrench methode in accordance with manufacture publish
data or table 100.12
3. Perform thermographic survey in accordance.
6. Test all electrical and mechanical interlock systems for correct operation and sequencing
7. Verify correct barrier and shutter installation and operation
8. Exercise all active components nad confirm correct operation of all indicating devices
9. Inspect contactors
1. Verify mechanical operation
2. Verify contact gap, wipe, alignment, and pressure are in accordance with manufacturer's published data.
10. Verify overload protection rating is correct for its application. Set adjustable or programmable devices according to the protective device coordiantion study
11. Lubrication requirements
1. Verify appropriate lubrication on moving current carrying parts
2. Verify appropriate lubrication on moving and sliding surface

2. Electrical Tests
1. Perform resistance measurements through bolted connections with a low resistance ohmmeter, if applicable.
2. Perform insulation resistance tests on contactors, phase to ground, phase to phase, and across the open contacts for one minute in accordance with table 100.1
3. Perform system function test
4. Test control power transformer
5. Perform overpotential test in accordance with manufacturer's publish data. If manufacturer has no recommendation for this test, it shall be in accordance with table
6. Perform vacuum bottle integrity test (overpotential), if applicable, across each vacum bottle with the contacts in the open position in strict accordance with
manufacturer's publish data. DO NOT EXCEED MAXIMUM VOLTAGE stipulated for this test
7. Perform contact resistance tests
8. Measure blowout coil circuit resistance
9. Measure resistance of power fuse
10. Energize contactor using an auxiliary source. Adjust armature to minimize operating vibration where applicable
11. Test motor protection devices in accordance with manufacturer's published data. In the absence of manufacturer's data.
12. Test starting transformers, if applicable.
13. Verify operation of cubicle space heater.
Battery
1. Visual and Mechanical Inspection
1. Verify ventilation of battery room or enclosure
2. Verify existence of suitable eye wash equipment

3. Compare equipment nameplate data with drawings and specifications


4. Inspect physical and mechanical condition
5. Inspect anchorage, alignment, and grounding
6. Verify adequacy of battery support rack or cabinets, mounting, anchorage, and clearances
7. Verify the units are clean.
8. Verify the application of an oxide inhibitor on battery terminal connections.
9. Inspect bolted electrical connections for high resistance using one of the following methods :
1. Use of low resistance ohmmeter in accordance with section 7.18.1.3.2.
2. Verify tightness of accessible bolted electrical connections by calibrated torque wrench methode in accordance with manufacture's
published data or tabel 100.12
3. Perform thermographic survey under load in accordance with section 9
2. Electrical Test
1. Perform resistance measurement through all bolted connections with a low resistance ohmmeter
2. Measure negative post temperature
3. Measure charger float and equalizing voltage level
4. Verify all charger function and alarms
5. Measure each monoblock/ cell voltage and total battery voltage with charger energized and in float mode of operation
6. Measure intercell connection resistances
7. Perform internal ohmic measurements tests
8. Perform a laod test in accordance with manufacturer's specifications or ANSI/IEEE 1188 ( Options )
Direct Current systems , Chargers
1. Visual and Mechanical Inspection
1. Compare equipment nameplate data with drawings and specifications
2. Inspect for physical and mechanical condition
3. Inspect anchorage, alignment, and grounding
4. Verify the unit is clean
5. Inspect all bolted electrical connections for high resistance using one of the following methode
1. Use of low resistance ohmmeter.
2. Verify tightness of accessible bolted electrical connections by calibrated torque wrench methode in accordance with manufacturer's
publish data or tabel 100.12
3. Perform thermographic survey under load .
6. Inspect filter and tank capacitors
7. Verify operation of cooling fans. Clean filter in provided
2. Electrical test
1. Perform resistance measurements through all bolted connections with a low resistance ohmmeter
2. Verify float voltage, equalize voltage, and high voltage shutdown settings
3. Verify current limit
4. Verify correct load sharing ( parallel chargers ) if applicable
5. Verify calibration of meters
6. Verify operation of alarms
7. Measure and record input and output voltage and current
8. Measure and record ac ripple current and/or voltage imposed on the battery
9. Perform full load testing of charger ( Optional )
ACDC Distribution Board
1. Visual and Mechanical Inspection
1. Compare equipment nameplate data with drawings and specifications.
2. Inspect physical and mechanical condition.
3. Inspect anchorage, alignment, grounding, and required clearances.
4. Verify the unit is clean
5. Verify correct blade alignment, blade penetration, travel stops, and mechanical operation
6. Verify that fuse sizes or circuit breaker and type are in accordance with drawing,short circuit studies, and coordination study.
7. Verify that each fuse has adequate mechanical support and contact integrity
8. Inspect bolted electrical connections for high resistance using one of the following methode
1. Use of low resistance ohmmeter
2. Verify tightness of accessible bolted electrical connections by calibrated torque wrench method in accordance with manufacturer's publish
data or table 100.12
3. Perform thermographic survey.
9. Verify operation and squencing of interlocking systems
10. Verify correct phase barrier installation
11. Verify correct operation of all indicating and control devices
12. Lubrication requirements
1. Verify appropriate lubrication on moving current carrying parts
2. Verify appropriate lubrication on moving and sliding surfaces.
2. Electrical Test
1. Perform resistance measurements through bolted connections with a low resistance ohmmeter
2. Bolt torque levels should be in accordance with table 100.12 unless otherwise specified by the manufacturer.
3. Microhm or millivolt drop values shall not exceed the high levels of the normal range as indicated in the manufacturer's published data. If
manufacturer's data is not available, investigate any value which deviate from adjacent poles or similiar switches by mor than 50 percent of the
lowest value.
4. Minimum insulation resistance shall be in accordance with manufacturer's publish data or tabel 100.1
5. Investigate fuse resistance value that deviate from each other by more than 15 percent
Final Report
- Time sheet
- Vendor representative daily report

- Onsite work report


- Acceptance Letter
- Outstanding point and recommendation if Any
- Progress report
PT. Schneider Indonesia

EKO FUJISYAH MAULWANTO

Drawing
Reference
PO231-901

PO231-801

PO231-801

Drawing number

Report
- Take Picture
- Check If Okay
- Enter Note if deficient
- Enter N/A if not Applicable

PROGRESS
COMMISIONING E-HOUSE
DMLZ CV 511
Project Name
Contract No
Scope of supply
Customer
Periode Report
Update

: DMLZ CV 511
: TP1400071-001-002
: Commissioning DMLZ CV 511 and DMLZ CV510
: PT.Freeport Indonesia
: 11 February 2015 s/d 26 February 2015
: 26 - February - 2015

No

Jobs Description

E- House Building & Utility


- Installation Door Closer at the Single door
- Installation Door Closer at the Double door

- Installation Ballast Emergency Lamp H7,H13,H2

- Installation Outdoor lamp TL18 watt, at the Double door,H18

- Installation Reflector for outdoor lamp HPS 70 Watt


H15,H16,H17

- Installation end cover top PIX-M (M01)

Testing HVAC Unit


Installation HVAC unit
- Compare equipment nameplate data with drawings and spesifications
- Inspect physical and mechanical condition
- Inspect the unit is clean
- Make sure HVAC Unit is properly mounted
- Make sure proper torque is applied to the bolt

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Project Name
Contract No
Scope of supply
Customer
Periode Report
Update

: DMLZ CV 511
: TP1400071-001-002
: Commissioning DMLZ CV 511 and DMLZ CV510
: PT.Freeport Indonesia
: 11 February 2015 s/d 26 February 2015
: 26 - February - 2015

No

Jobs Description

- Make sure prefillter has been installed inside HVAC unit


- Make sure supply grill has been installed
- Make sure retrun grill has been installed
Electrical Installation HVAC Unit
- Verify termination cable control from HVAC controller to HVAC unit has been connected properly
- Inspect exposed section of cable for physical damage and correct connection in accordance with schematic drawing.
- Make sure proper torque is applied to the bolt cable connection
- Verify control wiring HVAC unit accordance with schematic
- Inspect for correct identification and phase squence
- Perform function test accordance checklist document FAT
3

F&G System
- Installation support pipe F&G building 1
- Verify F&G setting unit accordance with FAT ducument section F&G Setting
- Pressure test for Pipe F&G

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PROGRESS
COMMISIONING E-HOUSE
DMLZ CV 511
Project Name
Contract No
Scope of supply
Customer
Periode Report
Update

: DMLZ CV 511
: TP1400071-001-002
: Commissioning DMLZ CV 511 and DMLZ CV510
: PT.Freeport Indonesia
: 11 February 2015 s/d 26 February 2015
: 26 - February - 2015

No

Jobs Description

- Perform function test F&G

4
4.1

MV Switchgear 13,8 kV RMU 26A0571


INSTALLATION CHECK
Main Busbar
- Cleanness of the Cross Connection of Bus bar
- Cleanness of Bus bar Compartment
Circuit Breaker Compartement
- Cleanness of CB'S Spout
- Cleanness of CB'S Compartment
- Cleanness of Unit CB
- Door Condition
- Install the Unit CB Into CB Compartment
Cable Compartement
- Cleanness of Cable Compartment
- Check Tightness of Cable Connection

Main Bus bar Resistance Measurement

4.2

VISUAL CHECK
Purpose of check is to ensure all equipment, main and/or auxiliary, shall
comply with the requirement specified in the tender specification, applicable
regulation, and the respected design.The specifications to check consist of:

J01

Progress
J02
J03

J04

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PROGRESS
COMMISIONING E-HOUSE
DMLZ CV 511
Project Name
Contract No
Scope of supply
Customer
Periode Report
Update

: DMLZ CV 511
: TP1400071-001-002
: Commissioning DMLZ CV 511 and DMLZ CV510
: PT.Freeport Indonesia
: 11 February 2015 s/d 26 February 2015
: 26 - February - 2015

No

Jobs Description

- Type of designation
- Ratings
- Physical fitness
- Physical damage

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- Completeness of equipment

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4.3

MECHANICAL OPERATION CHECK


Mechanical / manual operation tests are made to ensure that switching
devices and removable parts comply with the prescribed operating
conditions and that mechanical interlocks work properly after transportation,
handling and installation. During test, no voltage in the main circuit may apply.

100%

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4.4

INTERCONNECTION WIRING CHECK

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100%

The inter panel wiring connections shall be verified in the conformance with the wiring diagram to ensure no miss
wiring before energized the control supply.

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PROGRESS
COMMISIONING E-HOUSE
DMLZ CV 511
Project Name
Contract No
Scope of supply
Customer
Periode Report
Update

: DMLZ CV 511
: TP1400071-001-002
: Commissioning DMLZ CV 511 and DMLZ CV510
: PT.Freeport Indonesia
: 11 February 2015 s/d 26 February 2015
: 26 - February - 2015

No

Jobs Description

4.5

ELECTRICAL OPERATION CHECK


All main/critical equipment shall be verified in demonstration of correct function
However, the switchgear manufacturer does not verify the accuracy and
precision of the equipment that are warranted by the manufacturing origin.

4.6

PROTECTION RELAY TEST

Ensure that the protection relay is working based on system requirement and

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Logic diagram

4.7

MEASUREMENT
Ensure that the measurement equipment is working properly with in tolerance.

4.8

AC HIGH VOLTAGE AND MEGGER TEST

Insulation measurement by DC megger aims at observing insulation level before and after power frequency test. If
insulation value after is considerably much lower than before power frequency test, the switchgear or equipment
tested is considered experiencing insulation degradation; thereafter, the equipment is subject to further
examination.
Megger test is made to measure insulation between phases and each phase to ground. For Main circuit of MV
switchgear, the megger tension shall not exceed 10 kV dc with duration maximum of 5 seconds.
The power frequency test on the main circuit of switchgear is to demonstrate the
insulation capability. The switchgear shall pass the test if no flash over or
disruptive leakage current occur.

MV Switchgear 4,16 kV

Progress

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PROGRESS
COMMISIONING E-HOUSE
DMLZ CV 511
Project Name
Contract No
Scope of supply
Customer
Periode Report
Update

: DMLZ CV 511
: TP1400071-001-002
: Commissioning DMLZ CV 511 and DMLZ CV510
: PT.Freeport Indonesia
: 11 February 2015 s/d 26 February 2015
: 26 - February - 2015

No
5
5.1

5.2

Jobs Description
MV Switchgear 4,16 kV

M01

M02

M03

M04

M05

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Main Bus bar Resistance Measurement

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VISUAL CHECK
Purpose of check is to ensure all equipment, main and/or auxiliary, shall
comply with the requirement specified in the tender specification, applicable
regulation, and the respected design.The specifications to check consist of:
- Type of designation
- Ratings
- Physical fitness
- Physical damage
' - Completeness of equipment

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INSTALLATION CHECK
Main Busbar
- Cleanness of the Cross Connection of Bus bar
- Cleanness of Bus bar Compartment
Contactor Compartement
- Cleanness of Contactor Spout
- Cleanness of Contactor Compartment
- Cleanness of Unit Contactor
- Door Condition
- Install the Unit Contactor Into Contactor Compartment
Cable Compartement
- Cleanness of Cable Compartment
- Check Tightness of Cable Connection

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PROGRESS
COMMISIONING E-HOUSE
DMLZ CV 511
Project Name
Contract No
Scope of supply
Customer
Periode Report
Update

: DMLZ CV 511
: TP1400071-001-002
: Commissioning DMLZ CV 511 and DMLZ CV510
: PT.Freeport Indonesia
: 11 February 2015 s/d 26 February 2015
: 26 - February - 2015

No

Jobs Description

5.3

MECHANICAL OPERATION CHECK


Mechanical / manual operation tests are made to ensure that switching
devices and removable parts comply with the prescribed operating
conditions and that mechanical interlocks work properly after transportation,
handling and installation. During test, no voltage in the main circuit may apply.

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

5.4

INTERCONNECTION WIRING CHECK

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100%

100%

100%

100%

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The inter panel wiring connections shall be verified in the conformance with the wiring diagram to ensure no miss
wiring before energized the control supply.
5.5

ELECTRICAL OPERATION CHECK


All main/critical equipment shall be verified in demonstration of correct function
However, the switchgear manufacturer does not verify the accuracy and
precision of the equipment that are warranted by the manufacturing origin.

5.6

PROTECTION RELAY TEST

Ensure that the protection relay is working based on system requirement and
Logic diagram
5.7

MEASUREMENT
Ensure that the measurement equipment is working properly with in tolerance.

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AC HIGH VOLTAGE AND MEGGER TEST

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Insulation measurement by DC megger aims at observing insulation level before and after power frequency test. If
insulation value after is considerably much lower than before power frequency test, the switchgear or equipment
tested is considered experiencing insulation degradation; thereafter, the equipment is subject to further
examination.

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PROGRESS
COMMISIONING E-HOUSE
DMLZ CV 511
Project Name
Contract No
Scope of supply
Customer
Periode Report
Update

: DMLZ CV 511
: TP1400071-001-002
: Commissioning DMLZ CV 511 and DMLZ CV510
: PT.Freeport Indonesia
: 11 February 2015 s/d 26 February 2015
: 26 - February - 2015

No

Jobs Description

Megger test is made to measure insulation between phases and each phase to ground. For Main circuit of MV
switchgear, the megger tension shall not exceed 10 kV dc with duration maximum of 5 seconds.
The power frequency test on the main circuit of switchgear is to demonstrate the
insulation capability. The switchgear shall pass the test if no flash over or
disruptive leakage current occur.

Prepared by
PT. Schneider Indonesia

Aknowledge
PT. Freeport Indonesia

Aknowledge
PT. Freeport Indonesia

Eko Fujisyah Maulwanto

Heru Sulistiyono
ID.

Tri Budianto
ID.

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ONING E-HOUSE
LZ CV 511

Progress

Remark

66%
100%
100%
Waiting delivery material from Jakarta
ETA in the MP68 tgl 20-Feb-15
0%

date : 20/02/2015
==> Material already in E-House DMLZ CV511
On Progress
Waiting delivery material from Jakarta
ETA in the MP68 tgl 19-Feb-15

100%

==> Material already in E-House DMLZ CV511


date : 23/02/2015
==> Outdoor lamp tcw 097 1x18 watt has been installed
Waiting delivery material from Jakarta
ETA in the MP68 tgl 20-Feb-15

95%

date : 20/02/2015
==> Material already in E-House DMLZ CV511
date : 23/02/2015
==> Reflector for outdoor lamp HPS 70 Watt for equipment number H15 & H17 has been installed
==> Reflector for outdoor lamp HPS 70 Watt for equipment number H16 Not yet Installed because light mounted above a
the ground so need special tools/support

0%

Material not found, waiting information from construction team PT.FI

92%

Ready to energized
Waiting for the availability of power supply

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height of more than 2 meters from

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ONING E-HOUSE
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Progress

Remark

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FACP HAS BEEN OPERATE


Long bolt with nut not match
Perform Pressure test
In collaboration with Freeport Commissioning & QC Team
==> As per discussion with team Commissioning (Pak Tri) is QC team did not perform tests

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OGRESS
ONING E-HOUSE
LZ CV 511

Progress

Remark

Perform function test F&G system


In collaboration with Freeport Commissioning & FSME Team

100%

Function test date : 17/02/2015


tested by : Eko Fujisyah M >> Schneider Indonesia
witnessed by : Karta (84913) >> team FSME pt.FI
Tri Budianto >> Team Commissioning pt.FI
Attachment fire alarm & suppression system function test
Note :

Total Progress
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Perform contact resistance test


In collaboration with Freeport Commissioning team

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ONING E-HOUSE
LZ CV 511

Progress

Remark

100%
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At the Panel J04 Phase L2, Capacitive devider p/n AMT000155-05 not yet installed.Qty 1 Unit ,Waiting delivery material from jakarta
ETA in the MP68 tgl 20-Feb-15
100%

date : 20/02/2015
==> Material already in E-House DMLZ CV511
Date 23/02/2014
Capacitive Insulator has been installed with use two bolt M10 x 20 take from GBC EBB Panel J23

100%

100%

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ONING E-HOUSE
LZ CV 511

Progress

Remark

100%

100%

Perform protection relay test


In collaboration with Freeport Commissioning team
As per discussion morning with Pak Heru, 21/02/2015, about testing relay protection. The relay portection has been tested by team ROYAL

50%

Perform contact resistance test


In collaboration with Freeport Commissioning and QC Team
== >Megger test has been completed

Total Progress

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ONING E-HOUSE
LZ CV 511

Progress

Remark

88%

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Perform contact resistance test


In collaboration with Freeport Commissioning team

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ONING E-HOUSE
LZ CV 511

Progress

Remark

100%

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100%

- Panel M05 From TR 26TX0511 13.8kV-4.16kV/480V Circuit Breaker not properly


'operation ( Pumping) ==>The problem has been resolved date 16-02-2015
- Contactor Panel M01 and Panel M04 not Operate properly
==>The problem has been resolved date 18-02-2015

100%

Perform protection relay test


In collaboration with Freeport Commissioning team
As per discussion morning with Pak Heru, 21/02/2015, about testing relay protection. The relay portection has been tested by team ROYAL

0%

50%
Perform Ac High Voltage and Megger test
In collaboration with Freeport Commissioning and QC Team
- Megger test has been completed

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OGRESS
ONING E-HOUSE
LZ CV 511

ort Indonesia

Progress

Remark

Wiring Scheme

Setting Parameter

REMAIN
COMMISION
DMLZ CV 511
Project Name
Contract No
Scope of supply
Customer
Periode Report
Update

No

: DMLZ CV 511 & DMLZ CV 510


: TP1400071-001-002
: Commissioning DMLZ CV 511 and DMLZ CV510
: PT.Freeport Indonesia
: 11 February 2015 s/d 26 February 2015
: 26 - February - 2015

REMAINING WORK
COMMISIONING E-HOU
DMLZ CV 511 & DMLZ CV

oject Name
ntract No
ope of supply
stomer
riode Report
date

: DMLZ CV 511 & DMLZ CV 510


: TP1400071-001-002
: Commissioning DMLZ CV 511 and DMLZ CV510
: PT.Freeport Indonesia
: 11 February 2015 s/d 26 February 2015
: 26 - February - 2015

Jobs Description

E- House Building & Utility DMLZ CV 511


Installation Ballast Emergency Lamp H7,H13,H2
Installation Outdoor lamp TL18 watt, at the Double door,H18
Installation Reflector for outdoor lamp HPS 70 Watt
H15,H16,H17
Installation end cover top PIX-M (M01)
FACP DMLZ CV 511
RF-4R 4 COS ARTHECEdengan type RXM4AB, 4 COS 24 VDC Manufacture Schneider.

E- House Building & Utility DMLZ CV 510


- Installation Cover Elbow Conduit at FACP
- Repair Lamp 2x36 Watt at rear panel 13,8 kV Switchgear, Equipment number H14
- Repair Emergency lamp 2x36 Watt, equipment number H7
- Repair Outdoor Lamp 1x18 Watt at top single door , equipment number H19
4,16 kV Switchgear
Make sure for power supply control panel M01 and M02 4,16 kV Switchgear ,supply by
UPS Panel 26-UP-0510,CKT -Q5 20A

WORK
G E-HOUSE
DMLZ CV 510

Recommendation for Correction

Replacement Ballast Emergency, battery and Normal Ballast, wiring see attachment
Outdoor lamp has been installed but lamp is not illuminated, please check wiring and ballast
Reflector for outdoor lamp HPS 70 Watt for equipment number H16 Not yet Installed because light
mounted above a height of more than 2 meters from the ground so need special tools/support
Misising
Please pick up material from DHL
for Installation please see drawing schematic F&G DMLZ CV 511
PO080-701_02_2
Coordination with team construction DMLZ CV 510
Replacement Normal Ballast 2 x 36 watt
Replacement Ballast Emergency, battery ,wiring see attachment
Replacement Normal Ballast 2 x 36 watt
Tracing cable for correction wiring,make sure cable from panel 26-UP-0510 CKT -Q5 connected to
wiring control M01 and M02

Currently wiring control panel M01 and M02 have power supply from panel 26-P-0510B, CKT -Q25
CKT -Q25 should be for power supply heater and lamp only for panel M03