SOP on Operating procedure for sieve shaker in quality control

SOP on Operating procedure for sieve shaker in quality control

OBJECTIVE

  • To lay down the procedure for Operation of Mechanical Sieve Shaker, Make Electro Lab.
  • SCOPE
  • This SOP shall provide the Operating procedure of Mechanical Sieve Shaker of quality control department.
  • RESPONSIBILITY
  • Officer/ Executive – Quality Control.
  • ACCOUNTABILITY
  • Head QC/QA.
  • PROCEDURE
  • Check the cleanliness of the equipment.
  • Switch on the electric power supply.
  • Arrange the Sieves in ascending order as per the sieve number from top to bottom.
  • Clamp the sieves to the equipment and tight with the screw provided on the top.
  • Switch on the equipment and adjust the vibration power such that the vibration of 1 – 2 mm amplitude is maintained.
  • Run the equipment for required time.
  • Enter the details in instrument logbook and switch off the equipment and remove the sieves.
  • Test sieves shall be cleaned with air stream or with running water. Use gentle brushing if necessary.
  • Air dry the sieves and store them in allocated racks.
  • Note: never use oven or hot air stream to dry the test sieves.
  • Forms and Records (Annexures)
  • Instrument logbook for mechanical sieve shaker – Annexure-1
  • Distribution
  • Master copy –  Quality Assurance
  • Controlled copies- Quality Assurance, Production, Quality Control.engineering
  • History
    DateRevision NumberReason for Revision
    00New SOP

ANNEXURE – 1 

INSTRUMENT LOG BOOK – SIEVE SHAKER

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S No.DATETIMEPRODUCT NAMEBATCH NUMBERSIEVE NUMBEROBSERVED VALUEANALYSTCHECKED BYREMARKS
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