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9/4/2009 9:00 AM
At the moment I am in the commissioning team of a Hydro cracking construction. We are still in the engineering phase of the project but sooner we will start with on site field erection. As I am not familiar with Hydro crackers what is forum advice on inspection matters of this kind of units? What we should look closer in the disciplines of rotating, static and piping equipment. I know the main corrosion mechanisms in hydro crackers is ABS (ammonium bisulphide corrosion) and high temperature corrosion related with hydrogen but I would like to know from forum experience inspection point of view at what matters the commissioning inspectors must take more attention. Thanks in advance luis
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