Inspection and Test Plan for Installation of Electric Motors

Inspection And Test Plan Template For Electric Motors

Get the Editable ITP Template for the Inspection and Test Plan for Installation of Low and Medium Voltage Motors at construction sites.


This template contains editable MS Word & Excel files that you can use and update as per the specifications and requirements of the project you are working on.

This ITP Template includes the following 3 main components :

1 – Quality Control Procedure (QCP) for Installation of Low and Medium Voltage Motors: This is a document that explains in details the Scope, Purpose, Definitions, References, Responsibilities & Procedure in clear and defined steps for the testing activities mentioned in the ITP (item # 2 below).

Here’s a screenshot from the QCP For Installation Of Electric Motors:


Quality Control Procedure For Electric Motors


2 – Inspection And Test Plan (ITP) for Installation of Low and Medium Voltage Motors: The complete table of inspection and testing activities that shows each activity to be performed in order to make sure that the installed Low and Medium Voltage Motors are compliant to the project’s specifications and requirements, the reference to be followed, acceptance criteria, responsible personnel, related checklist (from item # 3 below), the required level of interference from each party (Contractor, Consultant, Third Party) such as: Inspection, Survey, Report Review, Witness & Hold.

Here’s a screenshot from the ITP For Installation OF Electric Motors


ITP For Electric Motors


3 – Quality Inspection Checklists for Installation of Low and Medium Voltage Motors: These are the complete checklists where the result of each inspection and measurement made on the installed motors is registered with space for Remarks and Notes.

Here’s a screenshot from one of the different Quality Checklists available in this ITP Template:

Quality Inspection Checklists For Electric Motors


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