HOSECO AUSTRALIA PTY LTD

Site

Resources Division Darwin – Hoseco Assembly & Testing Darwin

Accreditation No.

19144

Site No.

24063

Date of Accreditation

15 May 2017

Address

18 Callanan Road
Yarrawonga, NT 830
Australia

hoseco.com.au

Contact

Mr David Marian P: +61 0436436584

Availability

Services available to external clients

Scope of Accreditation

Resources Division Darwin – Hoseco Assembly & Testing Darwin

ISO/IEC 17025 (2017)

Infrastructure and Asset Integrity

Service Product Determinant Technique Procedure Limitations
Evaluation of mechanical performance of pressure plant, pipelines and equipment Hose and hose assemblies Pneumatic pressure Not applicable in-house method TP-180 Up to 350 MPa
Conductivity; Electrical resistance Not applicable

AS 1180.13A (1983)  Kinds 1,2,3,4; AS 1180.13B (1983) Kinds 1,2,3,4; AS 2117 Sections 2.6.1, 2.6.2; AS 2683 Section 2.4; ISO 8031 Sections 5,6; International Safety Guidelines for Oil Tankers and Terminals (ISGOTT) Section 18.2.6.2

Hydrostatic pressure; Length change Not applicable

AS 1180.5 (1999) Section 7.; AS 1851 Table 8.4 item 1.4; AS 2792 Appendix E; AS/NZS 4233.1 Appendix E; ISO 1402 Section 8.1; ISO 1825 Appendix J1.2 and Appendix O.3c); ISO 6605 Clause 5.2; ISO 10380 Section 5.3; SAE J343 Section 4.2; OCIMF - Guidelines for the Handling, Storage, Inspection and Testing of Hoses in the field Section 4.5.1; Single Point Mooring  Maintenance and Operations Guide (SMOG) -  OCIMF 3rd Ed. (2015) Sections 5.6.3 and  5.7.2; in-house method TP-003

up to 350 MPa,

in-house method TP-003 for compliance with:
Dunlop Oil & Marine Limited - Hose Management Inspection Guidelines for HP Drilling and Production Hoses ISS-059 Rev.7 (2013) (API Hoses 7K, 16C and 17K)
Vacuum pressure Not applicable OCIMF - Guidelines for the Handling, Storage, Inspection and Testing of Hoses in the field Section 4.5.3,
Single Point Mooring Maintenance and Operations Guide (SMOG) - OCIMF 3rd Ed. (2015) Section 5.7.3
Down to - 100 kPa

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