Aramco reports in WeldTrace

Aramco Reports

Weld Summary Report SATR-W-2008

The weld summary, welder performance and special process tracking report that is described in the Saudi Aramco document SAEP-1160 can be downloaded from WeldTrace. A sample report in Excel format is attached. 

Weekly Welders Repair Rate Report SATR-W-2013

The weekly welders repair rate report that is described in the Saudi Aramco document SAEP-1160 can be downloaded from WeldTrace. A sample report in Excel format is attached. You may enter the date range and the report will show the data for the welds in that date range. So, this report can be a weekly, monthly or annual report or for a specific period.
Aramco report date range selection
1. Enter the date range;
2. Click here to generate the report in Excel format;

Weekly and Cumulative Weld Status Report SATR-W-2019

The weekly and cumulative weld status report that is described in the Saudi Aramco document SAEP-1160 can be downloaded from WeldTrace. A sample report in Excel format is attached. You may enter the date range as shown in the screenshot above and download the report in Excel format. 

Welder Classification Report 

Aramco welder classification report will classify welders from A to D based on their performance in radiographic testing.
Aramco welder classification report
  1. Search for a welder or date range for date welded;
  2. View data such as the welder ID, number of joints welded, welds radiographed;
  3. Total inches welded, inches radiographed, rejected and reject percentage will be shown in these columns;
  4. You can see the classification here;
The classification calculation is as follows (only the 100% RT figures are used):
Classification A: If % Reject Inches (linear i.e. number of inches rejected/number of inches RT in %) is less than or equal to 0.2 (%) and % Reject Joint (count i.e. number of joints rejected/number of joints RT in %) is less than or equal to 5 (%).
Classification B: If % Reject Inches (linear i.e. number of inches rejected/number of inches RT in %) is less than or equal to 0.4 (%) and % Reject Joint (count i.e. number of joints rejected/number of joints RT in %) is less than or equal to 7.5 (%).
Classification C: If % Reject Inches (linear i.e. number of inches rejected/number of inches RT in %) is less than or equal to 0.5 (%) and % Reject Joint (count i.e. number of joints rejected/number of joints RT in %) is less than or equal to 7.5 (%).
Classification D: If % Reject Inches (linear i.e. number of inches rejected/number of inches RT in %) is more than 0.5 (%) or % Reject Joint (count i.e. number of joints rejected/number of joints RT in %) is more than 7.5 (%).

You can export this report to an Excel format. 
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