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Kks Taging Procedure

Kks Taging Procedure

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 KKS TAGING PROCEDURE:
 1
CONTENTS
1.0 KKS-INTRODUCTION (IDENTIFICATION SYSTEM FOR POWER PLANTS)........................................1
1.1P
URPOSE …
..................................................................................................................................................11.2 R
EQUIREMENTS TO BE MET BY THE
I
DENTIFICATION
S
YSTEM
KKS ..................................................................11.3 S
TRUCTURE AND
A
PPLICATION OF THE
P
OWER
P
LANT
I
DENTIFICATION
S
YSTEM
KKS .....................................41.4 B
REAKDOWN
,
STRUCTURE AND CONTENTS OF THE IDENTIFICATION
.................................................................71.5 F
UNCTION
K
EY
(
FUNCTION IDENTIFICATION
).................................................. ................................................81.6 E
QUIPMENT
U
NIT
K
EY
...............................................................................................................................101.7 C
OMPONENT
I
DENTIFICATION
......................................................................................................................111.8 B
REAKDOWNS
, C
ONTENTS OF
KKS D
ATA
C
HARACTER
...............................................................................12
2.0 PROJECT RELATED RULES, AGREEMENTS AND PROCEDURES .................................................13
2.1 G
ENERAL RULES ON PROCESS
-
RELATED IDENTIFICATION
.............................................................................132.2 R
ULES ON
M
ODIFICATIONS AND
C
ANCELLATIONS OF
KKS N
UMBERS
............................................................132.3 A
GREEMENT ON
N
UMBERING
S
YSTEM FOR
B
REAKDOWN
L
EVEL
“0” G...........................................................142.4 A
GREEMENT ON
N
UMBERING
S
YSTEM FOR
B
REAKDOWN
L
EVEL
“1” F
O
........................................................142.5 G
ENERAL RULES ON OTHER NUMBERING CODE ELEMENTS
(F
N
, A
N
, B
N
) .......................................................142.6 G
ENERAL RULES REGARDING DIRECTION OF NUMBERING
.............................................................................152.7 W
RITING
M
ODUS OF
KKS C
ODE
.................................................................................................................15
3.0 KKS FUNCTION CODE..........................................................................................................................164.0 KKS EQUIPMENT UNIT CODE..............................................................................................................685.0 KKS COMPONENT CODE.....................................................................................................................736.0 KKS CODE APPLICATION FOR LEVEL 3…………………………………………………………………..91
 
 KKS TAGING PROCEDURE:
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1.0 KKS-INTRODUCTION (IDENTIFICATION SYSTEM FOR POWER PLANTS)
1.1 Purpose
The power plant identification system is applied to clearly identify plants, systems, parts andcomponents to their purpose, type and location. The contents are based on the “IdentificationSystems for Power Plant (KKS)” published by VGB- Technical Association of Large PowerPlant Operators.
1.2 Requirements to be met by the Identification System KKS
In order to perform the set tasks the identification system must be capable of satisfying thefollowing requirements:
Determination of all installations and sub-systems,
An adequate number of reserve codes must be available for future developments in powerplant engineering,
The classification of installations and sub-systems must be generally applicable to all typesof power plant; all individual circuits and arrangements must, however, be clearlyidentifiable,
Clear identification of all sub-systems,
An identification used in a power plant must be non-recurring,
Subdivision with graded details and a fixed meaning for the data characters,
Variable identification length depending upon the detail requirements of the various areasof application,
Independent identification of various systems must be possible,
Ease of recognition ensured by clarity and an acceptable length for the identification,
 
 KKS TAGING PROCEDURE:
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Plausibility check facility, especially for data processing,
Existing standards, guidelines and recommendations must be taken into account.
1.3 Structure and Application of the Power Plant Identification System KKS
The KKS consists of three types of identification:
The process-related identification identifies installations and equipment according to theirassigned task in the power plant process,
The point of installation identification identifies the points of installation within aninstallation unit (e.g. cubicles, consoles, panels),
The location identification identifies the rooms and floors, or other installation sites, forinstallations and equipment in building structures.A uniform identification structure, with a maximum of four breakdown levels, was created forall three types; the units referred to becoming smaller from left to right.Fig. 1 shows the breakdown levels, referring to a process-related identification as an example.Serial no. of breakdown level 0 1 2 3Title of breakdown level Total plant Function Equipment unit componentExample Unit System Pump unit Pump

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