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Piping Handbook Hf

Piping Handbook Hf

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1. Classification 1 - 42. Piping System Abbreviation 73. Symbol 8- 244. Piping Drafting Symbol For Pipe & Pipe Fittings 25 - 265. Method For Identification Of Pipes And Its System 276. Installation Guidance 28 - 317. Pipe Insulation Standard 32 - 448. Pipe Expansion Loint Application Standard 459. Pipe 46 - 5410. Flange 55 - 6611. Sleeve/Socket/Union Joint 67 - 7212. Elbow 73 - 7713. Reducer 78 - 8414. Tee Piece (Equal) 85 - 8615. Tee Piece (Reducing) 87 -9216. Expansion Joint 93 - 10917. Penetration Piece 110 - 11318. Pipe Bending Table & Calculation 114 - 12419. Piping Table 12520. Pipe Support And Pipe Band 126 - 13921. Pad 14022. Bolt & Nut Standard (Iso Thread) 141 - 14323. Stud Bolt & Nut Standard (Iso Thread) 144 - 14524. Bellmouth 146 - 14825. Heating Coil Fabrication 14926. Welding Method Of Slip-On Flange 15027. Cut Hole Opening Standard 15128. Limit Of Working Space For Outfitting In Engine Room 152 - 16129. Standard Of Fitting Material 162 - 17230. Tap Drills & Screw Thread 173 - 17431. Standard Gauges Dimension 175 - 176
 
CLASSIFICATION SOCIETY REQUIREMENTLRS
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Table A2 Minimum nominal wall thickness for steel pipes (except pipes covered by Load Line Regulations)
External diameter D, mmPipes in general3), 4), 5),6), 7), 8)Air, overflow and soundingpipes for structural tanks1), 2), 3),5), 8), 9)Bilge, ballast and generalseawater pipes1), 3), 4),5), 7), 8)Bilge, air, overflow andsounding pipes throughballast and fuel oil tanks,ballast lines through fueloil tanks and fuel oil linesthrough ballast tanks1), 2), 3), 4),5), 7), 8), 9)10.2 - 12 1.613.5 17.2 1.820 221.3 - 25 2 3.226.9 33.7 2 3.238 44.5 2 4.5 3.6 6.348.3 2.3 4.5 3.6 6.351 63.5 2.3 4.5 4 6.370 2.6 4.5 4 6.376.1 82.5 2.6 4.5 4.5 6.38.9 - 108 2.9 4.5 4.5 7.1114.3 - 127 3.2 4.5 4.5 8133 139.7 3.6 4.5 4.5 8152.4 168.3 4 4.5 4.5 8.8177.8 4.5 5 5 8.8193.7 4.5 5.4 5.4 8.8219.1 4.5 5.9 5.9 8.8244.5 - 273 5 6.3 6.3 8.8298.5 - 368 5.6 6.3 6.3 8.8406.4 - 457 6.3 6.3 6.3 8.81) For pipes efficiently protected against corrosion, the thickness may be reduced by an amount up to not more than 1 mm.2) For sounding pipes, except those for cargo tanks with cargo having a flash point less than 60° C, the minimum wall thickness is intendedto apply to the part outside the tank.3) For threaded pipes, where allowed, the minimum wall thickness is to be measured at the bottom of the thread.4) The minimum wall thickness for bilge lines and ballast lines through deep tanks and for cargo line is subject to special consideration.5) For larger diameters the minimum wall thickness is subject to special consideration.6) The wall thickness of pipes within cargo oil and ballast tanks in systems for remote control of valves is not to be less than 4mm.7) For inlets and sanitary discharges see Pt. 3 Ch. 2 Sec. 11 K 100.8) For stainless steel pipes the minimum wall thickness will be specially considered, but it is in general not to be less than given in Table A1for pipes of copper alloys.9) For air pipes on exposed decks, see Pt 3 Ch. 2 Sec. 11 K 300.
Table A1 Minimum nominal wall thickness for pipes of copper and copper alloys and stainless steel.
Minimum nominal wall thickness, inmm
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External pipe diameter D, in mmCopper Copper alloy andstainless steelD < 10 1 0.810 < D < 20 1.2 120 < D < 44.5 1.5 1.244.5 < D < 76.1 2 1.576.1 < D < 108 2.8 2108 < D < 159 3 2.5159 < D < 267 3.5 3267 < D < 457 4 3.5(470) 4 3.5508 4.5 41) The wall thickness of pipes within cargo oil and ballast tanks insystems for remote control of valves is not to be less than :3 mm for Al-Brass. 2 mm for Cu-Ni and stainless steel.
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