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MECHANICAL
Plumbing-Continued
Leaks around flushometer connections
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Urinals - Check for:
Proper flush cycles
Cracks
Proper securing of flanges
Deteriorated "P' traps
Deteriorated wall connections
6.2.13 Pump (Submersible Sump): Check for water and debris in pits and drain
if necessary. Check pump for proper operation.
6.2.14 Sanitary Sewage Utility System: Start the inspections at the facilities and
follow the lines until they reach the water treatment facility. Obtain sanitary sewage
utility system drawings before inspections. Nothing should be turned on or off and noth-
ing should be opened or closed unless special arrangements have been made with the ac-
tivity. Notify the local utility department before starting the inspections. Check for:
n Proper operation of lift stations:
n Proper inflow of the sewage into the treatment plant (check with the plant
operator about problems):
n  Proper flow through manholes:
6.2.15 Steam Utility System: Start the inspection from the steam generating
plant and follow the lines until they reach a facility or other destination. Obtain steam
utility system drawings before inspections. Nothing should be turned on or off and noth-
ing should be opened or closed unless special arrangements have been made with the ac-
tivity. Coordinate any inspection with the station utility department before starting the
inspections. Have operating personnel available during the inspection to provide infor-
mation on conditions and to provide access to pits, mechanical rooms, and fenced
enclosures. Check through a visual inspection for:
n Leaks:
n Proper insulation. (The insulation should meet current criteria and be
serviceable:)
n Condition of all components, including:
Pipe
Valves
Flanges
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