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Hydrostatic/Pneumatic Test Instructions (FIG C.7).
Block (1) Enter the command or unit where the facility is
Block (2) Enter the REC number with which the test is associated
or the Job Control Number (JCN).
Block (3) Enter the system or component this test supports.
Block (4) Enter a description of the item being tested.
Block (5) Enter any references for the test (drawings, manuals,
Block (7) Make a diagram of the test area.
Block (8) Enter the required test pressure.
Block (9) The facility supervisor (or designated representative)
should review the proposed test, signature in this block
authorizes testing to begin.
Block (10) Enter the actual test pressure obtained during the
Block (11) Mark the test result (SAT or UNSAT).
Block (12) Record any remarks or observations.
Block (13) The test technician should sign stating the test was
completed as documented.
C.1.2.8 Hose Log (FIG C.8). A hose log must be maintained for
all flexible hoses. Hose logs may be divided into facilities
that the hoses support but must be maintained in an auditable
fashion. Locally generated forms may be used with the SCA's
C.1.2.9 Operation Log. The operation log is the official
chronological record of procedures and events that occur during
be retained by the command and available for SCA review. The
minimum data items in the operation log include:
Purpose of test
Maximum test pressure
Identification of operator(s)
Note(s) on unusual events during operation or with