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Tips on In-service Inspection of Offshore Passive Fire Protection

From JPCL, August 2013

by David Hunter, Mascoat, and Kevin Turpin, PK Technology

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Tagged categories: Coating inspection; Fire; Fire-resistive coatings; Offshore; Quality Control

Comment from Norman Petticrew, (9/30/2013, 9:25 AM)

David and Kevin, this is a good article. Excellent step-by-step points. This may help someone in being prepared to perform a proper offshore survey without the embarrassment of forgetting something onshore and having to write "N/A" on the inspection report.


Comment from David Shaw, (10/10/2013, 3:33 PM)

A thorough step by step article. The condition assessment and the creation of the repair plan is the critical element, and should only be compiled by an experienced and suitably qualified professional. The UK HSE have published a very informative Offshore Information Sheet N0. 12/2007, which provides advice on the acceptance criteria of damaged pfp.


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