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Weight summary?

Weight summary?

Weight summary?

(OP)
Many customers request the weight break-up list.
In compress, the weights for shop test and field test condition are very ambiguous. And center of gravity shall be done in each condition.

RE: Weight summary?

Why do you need the center of gravity for the hydrotest condition?

RE: Weight summary?

(OP)
In compress, Test weight not specified and classified clearly into Shop hydrotest and Field Hydrotest condition respectively.

For weight break-up tip,
Fireproofing weight for saddle support will be input vertical load and next..? And how does customer know that?

Center of Gravity shall be described and calculated in detail each condition ; empty, operating and erection condition basically. Yeah, it's basic!!!

In some cases,especially fabrication shop, to arrange the support skid, the C of G required.

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