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PDS Piping Component Data

Reference Guide

Document Number DPDS3-PB-200022A DPDS3-PB-200022B DPDS3-PB-200022C

Version PDS 7.1 PDS 7.2 PDS 7.3

Date April 2002 February 2003 October 2004

Pages 1-642 643-649 Cover/Notice

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Table of Contents
If You Need Assistance ........................................................................................................ Intergraph Directory ............................................................................................................. Preface ................................................................................................................................................. General Conventions .................................................................................................................... Keyboard Conventions ......................................................................................................... Terminology ......................................................................................................................... 1. Introduction .................................................................................................................................. 1.1 1.2 Section Descriptions ............................................................................................................ Reference Data File Descriptions ........................................................................................ 1.2.1 1.2.2 1.2.3 1.2.4 1.2.5 1.2.6 Appendix A: Piping Job Specification File Descriptions ............................................................. Non-Database Part of the Piping Job Specification ................................................ Non-Database Part of Item Descriptions ................................................................. Model Graphics ....................................................................................................... Design DDL ............................................................................................................ Seed File Definitions ............................................................................................... General Conventions ..................................................................................................

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A.1 Variables Used in Symbols and Tables ..................................................................................... Definition of Specific Variables .......................................................................................... Definition of Generic Variables .......................................................................................... Appendix B: B.1 Commodity Discussions .............................................................................................

Piping Commodity Data ............................................................................................................ Basic Information ......................................................................................................................... AABBCC Codes and Model Codes .................................................................................... Connect Point Data ............................................................................................................. Abbreviations ...................................................................................................................... B.1.1 Non-parametric and Parametric Piping and Tubing (PIPING, TUBING) ............. B.1.2 Valves (6Q1C) ........................................................................................................ Green Connect Point Data Only .......................................................................................... Green and Red Connect Point Data, GCP≠Male, RCP=Male ............................................ Green and Red Connect Point Data, GCP≠Male, RCP≠Male ............................................ Green and Red Connect Point Data, GCP=Male, RCP=Male ............................................ Green and Red Connect Point Data, GCP=Male, RCP≠Male ............................................ B.1.3 On-line Fittings (6P2C) and In-line Fittings (6Q2C) .............................................

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PDS Piping Component Data - April 2002 Green Connect Point Data Only, GCP=Male ..................................................................... Green Connect Point Data Only, GCP≠Male ..................................................................... Green and Red Connect Point Data, GCP≠Male, RCP=Male ............................................ Green and Red Connect Point Data, GCP≠Male, RCP≠Male ............................................ Green and Red Connect Point Data, GCP=Male, RCP=Male, MC≠WOL, SOL, TOL, NOL, EOL, LOL, RPAD* or RWELD* ............................................................................. Green and Red Connect Point Data, GCP=Male, RCP≠Male, MC≠WOL, SOL, TOL, NOL, EOL LOL, RPAD* or RWELD* .............................................................................. Green and Red Connect Point Data, GCP=Male, RCP=Male or Female, MC=WOL, SOL, TOL, NOL, EOL or LOL .......................................................................................... Green and Red Connect Point Data, GCP=Male, RCP=Male, MC=RPAD*, RWELD* ... B.1.4 On-line Fittings (6P3C) and In-line Fittings (6Q3C) ............................................. Green Connect Point Data Only, GCP=Male ..................................................................... Green Connect Point Data Only, GCP≠Male ..................................................................... Green and Red Connect Point Data, GCP≠Male, RCP=Male ............................................ Green and Red Connect Point Data, GCP≠Male, RCP≠Male ............................................ Green and Red Connect Point Data, GCP=Male, RCP=Male, MC≠WOL, SOL, TOL, NOL, EOL or LOL .............................................................................................................. Green and Red Connect Point Data, GCP=Male, RCP≠Male, MC≠WOL, SOL, TOL, NOL, EOL or LOL .............................................................................................................. Green and Red Connect Point Data, GCP=Male, RCP=Male or Female, MC=WOL, SOL, TOL, NOL, EOL or LOL .......................................................................................... B.2 Fire and Safety Discussions ....................................................................................................... B.2.1 Fire and Safety Piping Components, On-line (6P4C), In-line (6Q4C) ......................... Green Connect Point Data Only, GCP=Male ............................................................................ Green Connect Point Data Only, GCP≠Male ............................................................................ Green and Red Connect Point Data, GCP≠Male, RCP=Male ................................................... Green and Red Connect Point Data, GCP≠Male, RCP≠Male ................................................... Green and Red Connect Point Data, GCP=Male, RCP=Male ................................................... Green and Red Connect Point Data, GCP=Male, RCP≠Male ................................................... B.3 In-Line Bio-Pharmaceutical Components (6Q5P) .................................................................... B.3.1 B.3.2 B.3.3 B.4 B.5 Bio-Pharmaceutical Specification Components ........................................................... Bio-Pharmaceutical Operators ...................................................................................... Bio-Pharmaceutical Specialty Components .................................................................. 82 83 83 84 85 86 86 87 113 113 114 114 115 116 117 117 146 146 146 147 147 148 149 150 157 158 170 171 174 186 186 187 197 203 213 230

Piping Specialty Components, On-line (6P6C) , In-line (6Q6C) .............................................. Instrument Specialty Discussions .............................................................................................. B.5.1 B.5.2 B.5.3 B.5.4 B.5.5 Signal Lines (7N2A) ..................................................................................................... Control Valves and Regulators (7P1E) ......................................................................... Relief Devices (7P2C) .................................................................................................. Other in-line Instruments (7P3C) ................................................................................. Off-Line Instruments (7Q4D) .......................................................................................

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Miscellaneous ............................................................................................................................

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B.6.1 Valve Operators and Actuators ..................................................................................... Operators with Data Derived from Parameters in the Applicable Piping Materials Class, 2-24: ........................................................................................................................................... Operators with Data Derived from the Commodity Codes of the Valves to Which They Apply, 25-40 .............................................................................................................................. B.6.2 Piping Connectors ......................................................................................................... B.6.2.1 B.6.2.2 B.6.2.3 B.7 Piping Utility Connector (6R9E) .................................................................. Off-volume Piping Connectors (6R9G) ........................................................ Off-Site Piping Connectors (6R9H) ..............................................................

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Assemblies ................................................................................................................................. B.7.1 B.7.2 In-line Piping Macrocomponents (6N8C) .................................................................... On-line Piping Macrocomponents (6P8C) ................................................................... Symbols ......................................................................................................................

Appendix C: C.1

Piping Commodity Symbols ..................................................................................................... Piping Commodity Symbol Legend .......................................................................................... Piping Commodity Symbol P1 .................................................................................................. Piping Commodity Symbol V1 ................................................................................................. Piping Commodity Symbol V2 ................................................................................................. Piping Commodity Symbol V2A .............................................................................................. Piping Commodity Symbol V2B .............................................................................................. Piping Commodity Symbol V3 ................................................................................................. Piping Commodity Symbol V4 ................................................................................................. Piping Commodity Symbol V6 ................................................................................................. Piping Commodity Symbol V8 ................................................................................................. Piping Commodity Symbol V11 ............................................................................................... Piping Commodity Symbol V12 ............................................................................................... Piping Commodity Symbol V13 ............................................................................................... Piping Commodity Symbol V16 ............................................................................................... Piping Commodity Symbol V18 ............................................................................................... Piping Commodity Symbol V19 ............................................................................................... Piping Commodity Symbol V26 ............................................................................................... Piping Commodity Symbol V32 ............................................................................................... Piping Commodity Symbol V33 ............................................................................................... Piping Commodity Symbol V34 ............................................................................................... Piping Commodity Symbol V38 ............................................................................................... Piping Commodity Symbol V40 ............................................................................................... Piping Commodity Symbol V41 ............................................................................................... Piping Commodity Symbol V42 ............................................................................................... Piping Commodity Symbol V51 ............................................................................................... Piping Commodity Symbol V58 ............................................................................................... Piping Commodity Symbol V62 ............................................................................................... Piping Commodity Symbol V72 ............................................................................................... Piping Commodity Symbol V73 ............................................................................................... Piping Commodity Symbol V81 ...............................................................................................

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PDS Piping Component Data - April 2002 Piping Commodity Symbol V82 ............................................................................................... Piping Commodity Symbol F1A ............................................................................................... Piping Commodity Symbol F4 .................................................................................................. Piping Commodity Symbol F6 .................................................................................................. Piping Commodity Symbol F8 .................................................................................................. Piping Commodity Symbol F10_1 ............................................................................................ Piping Commodity Symbol F10_2 ............................................................................................ Piping Commodity Symbol F13 ................................................................................................ Piping Commodity Symbol F14A ............................................................................................. Piping Commodity Symbol F14B ............................................................................................. Piping Commodity Symbol F17D ............................................................................................. Piping Commodity Symbol F19 ................................................................................................ Piping Commodity Symbol F25 ................................................................................................ Piping Commodity Symbol F27 ................................................................................................ Piping Commodity Symbol F28 ................................................................................................ Piping Commodity Symbol F31 ................................................................................................ Piping Commodity Symbol F32 ................................................................................................ Piping Commodity Symbol F39 ................................................................................................ Piping Commodity Symbol F43_1 ............................................................................................ Piping Commodity Symbol F43_2 ............................................................................................ Piping Commodity Symbol F47 ................................................................................................ Piping Commodity Symbol F47A ............................................................................................. Piping Commodity Symbol F63 ................................................................................................ Piping Commodity Symbol F84 ................................................................................................ Piping Commodity Symbol F101 .............................................................................................. Piping Commodity Symbol F114A ........................................................................................... Piping Commodity Symbol F114B ........................................................................................... Piping Commodity Symbol F114C ........................................................................................... Piping Commodity Symbol F114D ........................................................................................... Piping Commodity Symbol F122_1 .......................................................................................... Piping Commodity Symbol F122_2 .......................................................................................... Piping Commodity Symbol F125 .............................................................................................. Piping Commodity Symbol F127 .............................................................................................. Piping Commodity Symbol F128 .............................................................................................. Piping Commodity Symbol F134 .............................................................................................. Piping Commodity Symbol F145 .............................................................................................. Piping Commodity Symbol F147 .............................................................................................. Piping Commodity Symbol F150 .............................................................................................. Piping Commodity Symbol F152 .............................................................................................. Piping Commodity Symbol F154 .............................................................................................. Piping Commodity Symbol F160 .............................................................................................. Piping Commodity Symbol F163 .............................................................................................. Piping Commodity Symbol F170 .............................................................................................. Piping Commodity Symbol F172 .............................................................................................. Piping Commodity Symbol F173 .............................................................................................. Piping Commodity Symbol F176 .............................................................................................. Piping Commodity Symbol F177 .............................................................................................. Piping Commodity Symbol F178 .............................................................................................. Piping Commodity Symbol F179 .............................................................................................. Piping Commodity Symbol F180 .............................................................................................. 277 278 279 280 281 282 283 284 285 286 287 288 289 290 291 292 293 294 295 296 297 298 299 300 301 302 303 304 305 306 307 308 309 310 311 312 313 314 315 316 317 318 319 320 321 322 323 324 325 326

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Piping Commodity Symbol F182 .............................................................................................. Piping Commodity Symbol F184 .............................................................................................. Piping Commodity Symbol F188 .............................................................................................. C.2 Fire and Safety Symbols ............................................................................................................ Fire and Safety Symbol FS1A ................................................................................................... Fire and Safety Symbol FS2B ................................................................................................... Fire and Safety Symbol FS10A ................................................................................................. Fire and Safety Symbol FS10B ................................................................................................. Fire and Safety Symbol FS11A ................................................................................................. Fire and Safety Symbol FS11B ................................................................................................. Fire and Safety Symbol FS13A ................................................................................................. Fire and Safety Symbol FS13B ................................................................................................. Fire and Safety Symbol FS24A ................................................................................................. Fire and Safety Symbol FS26A ................................................................................................. Fire and Safety Symbol FS26B ................................................................................................. Fire and Safety Symbol FS30A ................................................................................................. Fire and Safety Symbol FS38A ................................................................................................. Fire and Safety Symbol FS39A ................................................................................................. Fire and Safety Symbol FS60A ................................................................................................. Fire and Safety Symbol FS66A ................................................................................................. Fire and Safety Symbol T-FS1A ............................................................................................... Fire and Safety Symbol T-FS2B ............................................................................................... Fire and Safety Symbol T-FS10A ............................................................................................. Fire and Safety Symbol T-FS11A ............................................................................................. Fire and Safety Symbol T-FS13A ............................................................................................. C.3 Piping Specialty Symbols .......................................................................................................... Piping Specialty Symbol S1AC ................................................................................................ Piping Specialty Symbol S1BZ ................................................................................................. Piping Specialty Symbol S3AZ ................................................................................................. Piping Specialty Symbol S4AC ................................................................................................ Piping Specialty Symbol S5AZ ................................................................................................. Piping Specialty Symbol S7AZ ................................................................................................. Piping Specialty Symbol S11BZ ............................................................................................... Piping Specialty Symbol S13AZ ............................................................................................... Piping Specialty Symbol S28AZ ............................................................................................... Piping Specialty Symbol S28BZ ............................................................................................... Piping Specialty Symbol S32BC ............................................................................................... Piping Specialty Symbol S36AZ ............................................................................................... Piping Specialty Symbol S49AC .............................................................................................. Piping Specialty Symbol S51AC .............................................................................................. Piping Specialty Symbol S53AC .............................................................................................. Piping Specialty Symbol S64BC ............................................................................................... Piping Specialty Symbol S70AC .............................................................................................. Piping Specialty Symbol S70BC ............................................................................................... Piping Specialty Symbol S78AC ..............................................................................................

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PDS Piping Component Data - April 2002 C.4 Instrument Specialty Symbols ................................................................................................... Instrument Specialty Symbol I3AZ ........................................................................................... Instrument Specialty Symbol I5AZ ........................................................................................... Instrument Specialty Symbol I6AZ ........................................................................................... Instrument Specialty Symbol I7AZ ........................................................................................... Instrument Specialty Symbol I8AZ ........................................................................................... Instrument Specialty Symbol I11AZ ......................................................................................... Instrument Specialty Symbol I12AZ ......................................................................................... Instrument Specialty Symbol I13AZ ......................................................................................... Instrument Specialty Symbol I14AZ ......................................................................................... Instrument Specialty Symbol I15AZ ......................................................................................... Instrument Specialty Symbol I16AZ ......................................................................................... Instrument Specialty Symbol I17AZ ......................................................................................... Instrument Specialty Symbol I18AZ ......................................................................................... Instrument Specialty Symbol I20AZ ......................................................................................... Instrument Specialty Symbol I30AZ ......................................................................................... Instrument Specialty Symbol I106BZ ....................................................................................... Instrument Specialty Symbol I109BZ ....................................................................................... Instrument Specialty Symbol I118BZ ....................................................................................... Instrument Specialty Symbol I120AZ ....................................................................................... Instrument Specialty Symbol I201AZ ....................................................................................... Instrument Specialty Symbol I201BZ ....................................................................................... Instrument Specialty Symbol I201CZ ....................................................................................... Instrument Specialty Symbol I209AZ ....................................................................................... Instrument Specialty Symbol I213AZ ....................................................................................... Instrument Specialty Symbol I216AZ ....................................................................................... Instrument Specialty Symbol I219AZ ....................................................................................... Instrument Specialty Symbol I237AZ ....................................................................................... Instrument Specialty Symbol I253AZ ....................................................................................... Instrument Specialty Symbol I301AZ ....................................................................................... Instrument Specialty Symbol I324CZ ....................................................................................... Instrument Specialty Symbol I324DZ ....................................................................................... Instrument Specialty Symbol I324EZ ....................................................................................... Instrument Specialty Symbol I324FZ ....................................................................................... C.5 Miscellaneous Symbols ............................................................................................................. Miscellaneous Symbol OP3 ...................................................................................................... Miscellaneous Symbol OP4 ...................................................................................................... Miscellaneous Symbol OP5 ...................................................................................................... Miscellaneous Symbol OP9 ...................................................................................................... Miscellaneous Symbol OP_251 ................................................................................................ Miscellaneous Symbol OP_271 ................................................................................................ Miscellaneous Symbol OP_291 ................................................................................................ Miscellaneous Symbol OP_292 ................................................................................................ Miscellaneous Symbol OP_311 ................................................................................................ Miscellaneous Symbol OP_331 ................................................................................................ Miscellaneous Symbol OP_332 ................................................................................................ Miscellaneous Symbol OP_333 ................................................................................................ 353 354 354 355 355 356 356 357 357 358 358 359 359 360 360 361 361 362 362 363 363 364 364 365 365 366 366 367 367 368 368 369 369 370 371 372 372 373 373 374 374 375 375 376 376 377 377

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Miscellaneous Symbol OP_334 ................................................................................................ Miscellaneous Symbol OP_351 ................................................................................................ Miscellaneous Symbol OP_391 ................................................................................................ Miscellaneous Symbol OP_401 ................................................................................................ Miscellaneous Symbol OP_411 ................................................................................................ Miscellaneous Symbol OP_412 ................................................................................................ Miscellaneous Symbol OP_413 ................................................................................................ Miscellaneous Symbol OP_451 ................................................................................................ Miscellaneous Symbol OP_452 ................................................................................................ Miscellaneous Symbol OP_453 ................................................................................................ Miscellaneous Symbol OP_491 ................................................................................................ Miscellaneous Symbol OP_492 ................................................................................................ Miscellaneous Symbol OP_493 ................................................................................................ Miscellaneous Symbol OP_494 ................................................................................................ Miscellaneous Symbol OP_571 ................................................................................................ Miscellaneous Symbol OP_572 ................................................................................................ Miscellaneous Symbol OP_573 ................................................................................................ Miscellaneous Symbol OP_574 ................................................................................................ Miscellaneous Symbol OP_711 ................................................................................................ Miscellaneous Symbol OP_731 ................................................................................................ Miscellaneous Symbol OP_811 ................................................................................................ Miscellaneous Symbol OP_851 ................................................................................................ Miscellaneous Symbol OP_852 ................................................................................................ Miscellaneous Symbol OP_853 ................................................................................................ Miscellaneous Symbol OP_854 ................................................................................................ Miscellaneous Symbol A1003 ................................................................................................... Miscellaneous Symbol A1005 ................................................................................................... Miscellaneous Symbol A1251 ................................................................................................... Miscellaneous Symbol A1331 ................................................................................................... Miscellaneous Symbol A1332 ................................................................................................... Miscellaneous Symbol S2003 ................................................................................................... Miscellaneous Symbol S3003 ................................................................................................... C.6 Bio-Pharmaceutical Specification Component Symbols ........................................................... Bio-Pharm Specification Component Symbol FERR ............................................................... Bio-Pharm Specification Component Symbol FERS ................................................................ Bio-Pharm Specification Component Symbol CAPT ............................................................... Bio-Pharm Specification Component Symbol CAPSE ............................................................. Bio-Pharm Specification Component Symbol HA ................................................................... Bio-Pharm Specification Component Symbol FA .................................................................... Bio-Pharm Specification Component Symbol FAS .................................................................. Bio-Pharm Specification Component Symbol MA ................................................................... Bio-Pharm Specification Component Symbol MAR ................................................................ Bio-Pharm Specification Component Symbol B90T ................................................................ Bio-Pharm Specification Component Symbol B90TC ............................................................. Bio-Pharm Specification Component Symbol B90C ................................................................ Bio-Pharm Specification Component Symbol B45T ................................................................ Bio-Pharm Specification Component Symbol B45TC ............................................................. Bio-Pharm Specification Component Symbol B45C ................................................................

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PDS Piping Component Data - April 2002 Bio-Pharm Specification Component Symbol R180R .............................................................. Bio-Pharm Specification Component Symbol R180C .............................................................. Bio-Pharm Specification Component Symbol TT .................................................................... Bio-Pharm Specification Component Symbol TTRB ............................................................... Bio-Pharm Specification Component Symbol TCB ................................................................. Bio-Pharm Specification Component Symbol TRCB ............................................................... Bio-Pharm Specification Component Symbol TSCB ............................................................... Bio-Pharm Specification Component Symbol TRSCB ............................................................. Bio-Pharm Specification Component Symbol TICB ................................................................ Bio-Pharm Specification Component Symbol TSCR ............................................................... Bio-Pharm Specification Component Symbol XT .................................................................... Bio-Pharm Specification Component Symbol XTRB ............................................................... Bio-Pharm Specification Component Symbol XC .................................................................... Bio-Pharm Specification Component Symbol TC .................................................................... Bio-Pharm Specification Component Symbol TCR ................................................................. Bio-Pharm Specification Component Symbol TCSB ............................................................... Bio-Pharm Specification Component Symbol TCRSB ............................................................. Bio-Pharm Specification Component Symbol TCI ................................................................... Bio-Pharm Specification Component Symbol RCP .................................................................. Bio-Pharm Specification Component Symbol RCCL ............................................................... Bio-Pharm Specification Component Symbol RCC ................................................................. Bio-Pharm Specification Component Symbol REP .................................................................. Bio-Pharm Specification Component Symbol RECL ............................................................... Bio-Pharm Specification Component Symbol REC ................................................................. Bio-Pharm Specification Component Symbol CHA ................................................................. Bio-Pharm Specification Component Symbol C2HD ............................................................... Bio-Pharm Specification Component Symbol C3HD ............................................................... Bio-Pharm Specification Component Symbol CPAN ............................................................... Bio-Pharm Specification Component Symbol CPHB ............................................................... Bio-Pharm Specification Component Symbol CA .................................................................... Bio-Pharm Specification Component Symbol CSJ ................................................................... Bio-Pharm Specification Component Symbol CHD ................................................................. Bio-Pharm Specification Component Symbol VS2D ............................................................... C.7 Bio-Pharmaceutical Operators ................................................................................................... Bio-Pharm Operator Symbol SOP_3 ........................................................................................ Bio-Pharm Operator Symbol SOP_42 ...................................................................................... C.8 Bio-Pharmaceutical Specialty Components .............................................................................. Bio-Pharm Specialty Component Symbol R180B .................................................................... Bio-Pharm Specialty Component Symbol R180S ..................................................................... Bio-Pharm Specialty Component Symbol VSDTP ................................................................... Bio-Pharm Specialty Component Symbol VSDTC .................................................................. Bio-Pharm Specialty Component Symbol VSCCB .................................................................. Bio-Pharm Specialty Component Symbol VSCCBU ............................................................... Bio-Pharm Specialty Component Symbol VS3WD .................................................................. Bio-Pharm Specialty Component Symbol VS4WD .................................................................. 403 404 404 405 405 406 406 407 407 408 408 409 409 410 410 411 411 412 412 413 413 414 414 415 415 416 416 417 417 418 418 419 419 420 421 421 422 423 423 424 424 425 425 426 426

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............................................................................................................................... C............ Fire and Safety Components ........................................................................................................................................................................................................ Strainer Specialties ...................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... Detail V5 ....................................... Detail P8 ............................................................................................................................................................................................... Detail L7 ..... Detail T1 .............. Detail P2 ............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... Detail H4 ................. Detail P7 .......9 Details Assumed .................................................................................................................................................... Detail F2 ................................. Detail L4 ........................................ 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Detail P3 ....................................................................................................................................................................... Detail F7 ......................1 Commodity Code Matrix ............................................................................................................................................................. Flanged and Miscellaneous Fittings ...................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... Detail F4 .................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... Assembly Notes ..................................................................................................................................................................................... Detail H1 .................. Detail V7 ............................. Completing Materials ...... Detail H2 .................... Detail L2 ..................................................... Flanged Fittings ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................. Detail T4 .................................. Detail P1 ............................ Detail V4 .........................................................................................10 C............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 13 ............................................................................................................................. Detail L1 ................................................... Detail F8 ............................................................ Detail P4 ............................................................................................................................................... Detail L8 ........................................................................................................................................................................ Detail T ......................... Detail P5 ................................................................................................................................................................................................... Detail V1 ................................................................................................................. Steam Specialties ............................................................................. Detail V3 ...........................11 Piping and Instrument Symbol Notes ................................................................................................ Detail P9 ................................................ Instrument Specialties ................................................... Flanges ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... Pipe Supports .............. Detail F1 ....................................

..................................................................................................................................... Valves ..................April 2002 Labor codes ......................................................................................................................................................... Thickness Equations ........... Appendix E: Calculations From ANSI-B31.......................................... Tubing Fittings ......................................................................... Miscellaneous Non-Wetted Fittings ............................................................................................................................................ Verification of Schedule Thickness .. Comments Specific to Units of Measure Codelist Sets ................................................ Underground Fittings ....................................................................1 F..............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................._ _______________ PDS Piping Component Data .....................1 and ANSI-B31.................................................................................................................. Miscellaneous Wetted Fittings ................................ Branch Reinforcement ............................................. Threaded Fittings .............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................. General Comments ................................................................................................................................................................................................................. 488 492 493 494 496 502 503 506 508 510 512 519 523 526 529 529 530 530 531 531 532 533 535 535 633 639 Delivered Equations .................................................. Socket Fittings ........................................ General Considerations ............................................................ Spec Access .................. Gaskets ......................................................................................................................................................................................... Socketwelded Fittings ............................ 14 ....................................... Tubing and Hose ...............................................................................................................2 Codelists ..... Index .......................3 ........................................................................................................................................................................ Bolting ....................................................................................................................... Glossary ...................................................................................... Appendix F: F.... Welded Fittings .............................................................. Pipe ...................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................

_ _______________ Preface Document Purpose This document describes the philosophy behind the reference data delivered with PDS. duplication. Preface Document Prerequisites / Audience This document is intended for project managers and spec writers who have a working knowledge of the PDS 3D Modules. such as vi or EMACS. Notepad. and disclosure are restricted. consult the following documents: Reference Data Manager (PD_Data) Reference Guide Piping Design Graphics (PD_Design) Reference Guide Piping Model Builder (PD_Model) Reference Guide PDS 2D RDB Reference Guide 15 . Knowledge of relational database systems and basic Windows NT file manipulations is recommended. This document is provided under the terms of your Software License Agreement with Intergraph Corporation. and specialty items. It describes the data requirements used to define piping components. instruments. Related Documents/Products For more information on related aspects of the PDS products. You should also be familiar with a text editor. This documentation is proprietary to Intergraph and its use. or PFE32.

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For example. Command paths are shown using an arrow between command names. or groups of related information. Sans serif Indicates a system prompt or message. Symbols help abbreviate and identify commonly used words. which is an explanation of what the software is doing. The use of different fonts for different types of information allows you to scan the document for key concepts or commands. phrases. 17 . Choose File > Open to load a new file.dat to load the ASCII file. For example. The text is placed in the viewing plane. For example. parameter name. Normal Typewriter Indicates an actual file or directory name. For example.rpt file. Key in original. Bold Indicates a command name. For example. or dialog box title. which requires an action be taken by the user. The ASCII report is stored in the layout. Preface Typefaces Italic Indicates a system response._ _______________ General Conventions This document contains many visual cues to help you understand the meaning of certain words or phrases. Select first segment of alignment Bold Typewriter Indicates what you should literally type in.

Map or path — shows you how to get to a specific command or form. Warning — Critical information that could cause the loss of data if not followed. which map menu selections to key combinations. ALT CTRL DEL ENTER ESC CTRL+z ESC. provides a tip or hint for doing the exercises. 18 . More information — indicates there is additional or related information. You can make some menu selections through the use of keyboard accelerators. Technical tip or information — provides information on what the software is doing or how it processes information.April 2002 Symbols This document uses the following symbols to represent mouse buttons and to identify special information: <C> <D> <R> <T> Command button Data button (usually the left mouse button) Reset/reject button (usually the right mouse button) Tentative button (usually the center mouse button) Note — Important supplemental information._ _______________ PDS Piping Component Data . To press the Escape key. then K.k Alternate key Control key Delete key Enter key Escape key To hold down the Control key and press Z. Keyboard Conventions The following list outlines the abbreviations this document uses for keyboard keys and describes how to use them in combination. Need a hint — used with activities and labs.

you would select items to define parameters. such as selecting toggle buttons. Select the line string to define the graphic template. To key a character string into a text box. Select the file original. right-button chord. For example. you click the action you want to affect the item. In a dialog box. This term implies that you are clicking the data button (<D>) as part of a menu or dialog box action. If you are using the CLIX operating system. Tentative-select To place a tentative point on an existing graphic element in a design file. Click Apply to save the changes._ _______________ Terminology Click To use a mouse or key combination to pick an item that begins an action. Selecting does not initiate an action. To type in data and press ENTER to enter the data and execute the default action. you tentative-select by double-clicking with a mouse or pressing <T> on a hand-held cursor. If you are using the Windows NT operating system. Drag To press and hold the data button (<D>) while moving the mouse or hand-held cursor. For example. Select To mark an item by highlighting it with key combinations or by picking it with your cursor. For example.dat to load it into the new surface. For example. To select and execute a command by clicking the mouse or hand-held cursor button twice in rapid succession. In addition. you tentative-select by pressing a left-button. then click Delete to remove it from the directory. Double-click on the file original. pressing TAB after keying in data will enter the data and move the cursor to the next field. After selecting an item.dat from the list box. Preface Double-click Type Key in 19 . This also applies to selecting graphic elements from the design file.

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Introduction This document explains the basis used in developing the Reference Data required for the execution of the Piping Task._ _______________ 1. including: . including: . Introduction Introduction 1.Piping markers .1 and ANSI-B31.Piping markers .Piping connectors Assembly Discussions Piping Commodity Symbols Fire and Safety Symbols Piping Specialty Symbols Piping Support Symbols Instrument Specialty Symbols Miscellaneous Symbols. 1.3 Codelists Data in this document is classified into the following sections: Appendix B Appendix C Appendix D Appendix E Appendix F Refer to the Reference Data Manager (PD_Data) Reference Guide for information on the following aspects of the delivered reference data.Operators and actuators . 21 .1 Section 1 Appendix A Section Descriptions Introduction General Conventions Variables Used in Symbols and Tables Piping Commodities Discussions Fire and Safety Discussions Piping Specialty Discussions Instrument Specialty Discussions Miscellaneous Discussions.Operators and actuators .Piping connectors Details Assumed Piping and Instrument Symbol Notes Assembly Notes Commodity Code Descriptions Calculations from ANSI-B31.

_ _______________ PDS Piping Component Data . Material Description Data .April 2002 Piping Job Specification .This section describes the graphic commodity data used in placing components.This section describes the basis for alphanumeric descriptions of components used by the Piping Task.This section describes the various tables required to define the Piping Job Specification. Graphic Commodity Data . 22 .

_ _______________ 1.Piping Commodities Tables (*. Practice dependent data is delivered with RDUSRDB in the directory c:\win32app\ingr\rdusrdb. The relational database holds the information that constitutes the Piping Job Specification.data) c:\win32app\ingr\pdshell\ This is the database definition for the applicable database. 201 202 203 204 205 211 212 221 231 232 233 240 241 242 243 Piping Materials Class Data Piping Commodity Specification Data Piping Specialty Specification Data Instrument Component Specification Data Tap Properties Data Piping Commodity Size-Dependent Material Data Piping Commodity Implied Material Data Reference Database Revision Management Data Component Insulation Exclusion Data Flange Insulation Exclusion Data Piping Construction Tolerance Exclusion Data Pipe Support Family Pipe Support Commodity Data Pipe Support Material Reference Pipe Support Material Description Data 23 . The following database tables form this database.1 Piping Job Specification File Descriptions The files involved and a short description are given below.2 Reference Data File Descriptions The files containing the piping reference data are delivered with the PDS product. for detailed explanations.2. Introduction 1. Practice independent data is delivered with PD_Shell in the directory c:\win32app\ingr\pdshell\lib.Piping Materials Class Table (classes.pmc) .pcd) .Taps Tables (taps. It includes definitions made in the tables listed below: . c:\win32app\ingr\rdusrdb\spec_data\ This directory contains neutral files in the format required for definition. Reference Data File Descriptions 1. Refer to the description of the Piping Job Specification in the Reference Data Manager (PD_Data) Reference Guide.

l This library file contains data in the format required for execution by the task. It includes all the codelist sets used in the Piping Task. Also refer to Appendix F.l file.l This library file contains data in the format required for execution by the task. c:\win32app\ingr\rdusrdb\us_pjstb.April 2002 1.l.l. c:\win32app\ingr\pdshell\lib\std_note.t This library file contains data in the format required for definition and revision. It includes data from all the sources listed in the description of the c:\win32app\ingr\rdusrdb\us_pjstb. c:\win32app\ingr\pdshell\lib\std_note. Refer to the Reference Data Manager (PD_Data) Reference Guide for more information on these tables.2 Non-Database Part of the Piping Job Specification The files involved and a short description are given below.2.t This file contains data in the format required for definition and revision. for detailed explanations about codelist sets._ _______________ PDS Piping Component Data . 24 . Codelists. It includes definitions made in the tables listed below: Commodity_Item_Name Table Bend_Deflection Table Pipe Run Length Table Pipe Length Table Gasket_Cmdty_Code_Gkt Table Bolt_Length Table Bolt_Cmdty_Code_Blt Table Weld_Type Table Field_Fit_Length Table Default_End_Prep Table Temperature-Pressure Tables Diameters Tables Thicknesses Tables Materials Tables Branches Tables Gasket Gaps Tables Fluid Code Tables MTO Tables and Functions c:\win32app\ingr\rdusrdb\us_pjstb.

including the preparation of orthographic and isometric drawings. as a function of the commodity codes assigned to them in the Piping Materials Classes. These libraries do not have text libraries associated with them. It includes: — The short descriptions for piping commodities. c:\win32app\ingr\pdshell\lib\labels. It provides the long descriptions for piping commodities. It provides the label definitions required for the execution of the Piping Task.l This library file contains data in the format required for execution by the task._ _______________ 1. including those for implied components. c:\win32app\ingr\rdusrdb\us_lgbom. including those for implied components.2.3 Non-Database Part of Item Descriptions The files involved and a short description are given below.l This library file contains data in the format required for execution by the task. c:\win32app\ingr\rdusrdb\us_shbom. Introduction 25 . — The descriptions of all the tap codes.l This library file contains data in the format required for execution by the task. Refer to the description of the Material Description Library and Label Description Library in the Reference Data Manager (PD_Data) Reference Guide for detailed explanations. Non-Database Part of Item Descriptions 1. as a function of the commodity codes assigned to them in the piping materials classes.

t. 1._ _______________ PDS Piping Component Data . c:\win32app\ingr\pdshell\ddl\design.l.t This file contains data in the format required for definition and revision.5 Design DDL The file involved and a short description are given below.2. 26 .l.t This file contains data in the format required for definition and revision. It includes data from all the assemblies included in c:\win32app\ingr\pdshell\lib\assembly. it includes specific data about: Plain piping components Valves Fittings Fire and safety components Miscellaneous piping commodity components. Refer to the description of the Graphic Commodity Library in the Reference Data Manager (PD_Data) Reference Guide for detailed explanations.ddl This is the database definition of the relational database for the Design portion of the Piping Task.t. c:\win32app\ingr\pdshell\lib\assembly.2. It includes the definitions of all assemblies available for use with the task. In addition to generic data. c:\win32app\ingr\rdusrdb\us_pcdim.2.l.6 Seed File Definitions The definitions that follow have been applied to the project seed files.l This library file contains data in the format required for execution by the task. c:\win32app\ingr\pdshell\lib\assembly. It includes data from all the sources listed in the description of c:\win32app\ingr\rdusrdb\us_pcdim.l.l This library file contains data in the format required for execution by the task. 1. It includes all the tables required to provide dimensions. surface area and weight data to the Piping Task during interactive execution of the task. including valve operators c:\win32app\ingr\rdusrdb\us_pcdim.4 Model Graphics The files involved and a short description are given below.April 2002 1.

dgn c:\win32app\ingr\pdreport\sample\*.l c:\win32app\ingr\pdshell\lib\std_note.l Miscellaneous Color Table Model Seed File Report Formats c:\win32app\ingr\pdshell\color\* c:\win32app\ingr\pdshell\seedz\*sdz.l Model Graphics 1.fmt c:\win32app\ingr\pddata\sample\format\*.fmt c:\win32app\ingr\pdprojec\sample\*.l c:\win32app\ingr\rdusrdb\us_pcdim.l c:\win32app\ingr\pdshell\lib\assembly.fmt 27 .l c:\win32app\ingr\pdshell\lib\labels.l c:\win32app\ingr\rdusrdb\us_lgbom.fmt c:\win32app\ingr\pdclash\sample\*. Introduction Item Descriptions Piping Commodities Short Descriptions Piping Commodities Long Descriptions Piping Specialties._ _______________ Piping Job Specification Description Piping Job Specification Alphanumeric Commodity Data Piping Job Specification Tables Notes File(s) c:\win32app\ingr\rdusrdb\spec_data\* c:\win32app\ingr\pddata\sample\data\pcd_size.data c:\win32app\ingr\rdusrdb\us_pjstb.l c:\win32app\ingr\rdusrdb\us_spbom.l Graphic Commodity Library Eden modules Commodity Dimension Tables Assemblies c:\win32app\ingr\pdshell\lib\pip_gcom. Pipe Supports and Instrument Descriptions Labels c:\win32app\ingr\rdusrdb\us_shbom.

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. The following comments apply: — If single spacing is preferred... using the convention described below: — Blank lines are allowed without limits.._ _______________ Appendix A: General Conventions Appendix A General Conventions Unless otherwise indicated in this document.. Each comment line must be preceded by an "!". The following comments are specific to the Piping Job Specification Table. Units will be defined for each column of a table as the applicable of the codes shown below. values for "specific" and "generic" parameters will be stored in tables whose names are derived from parameters in the Piping Job Specification... The indicated upper/lower case convention should be respected..DEG ....... degrees. degrees.... to the Piping Commodities Table and to the Taps Table: — Columns in the table may be separated by either single or double spaces. An order line will define the contents of each column in the table... An example is: Order= 1 2 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 *3 *4 The spacing between the entries in the above order statement must be either single or double depending upon whether the single or double format applies to the table. General Conventions — Any number of lines with comments may be included.... Table names often use the character "_"... This will be done by identifying the attribute number from the applicable entity and DDL covered by each column.. Any number of comments may be included in a table.......DEC 29 . A.... No special character is required to define their presence. a line with the following format is required: Double_Spacing Entries in the columns may have up to one blank space in them.... Comments are disregarded by the system.Angle...Angle between runs... This includes the space between "=" and the first number in the statement.. a line with the following format is required: Single_Spacing Entries in the columns must be made without blank spaces. Attributes that are not included in the table will be defined by preceding them with an "*"... — If double spacing is preferred. ..

. psi........Rating..... inches..................RAT (CLXXX and XXX# will be expressed as XXX) . mm.........LBF3 .Pressure............... drawings and other such formal data outputs to the User................ They will be expressed in their decimal equivalents.....Stress....Weight/unit...........................Unitless real number.PSIG .................April 2002 ... even if the field is for an alphanumeric value............................Insulation Thickness....... Field locations and field lengths defined with XXXXs.....DEC .. psig.......DC Kelvin.Surface area/unit............KGM3 All entries in the tables will be left justified..........Unitless integer........... The dash shall not be enclosed in quote marks..............PSI .DF Rankin.....MM ..... pounds per cubic foot......INT ............. Temperature.....NPD_MM ..SFF Temperature.... degrees degrees degrees degrees Fahrenheit.. pounds..........SC_TH_IN ...................... mm...........Schedule/thickness.. pounds per foot......IN ....... a "-" must be used in the corresponding field.......SF ..Weight/volume............ Adjacent columns in a table will be separated by one or more spaces............LB ............LBF .............. Fractions will not be used in defining any table value... inches.. square feet per foot...Unitless alphanumeric. Temperature........Weight/volume.......IN ..Length...................... If a value in a table is not known......Surface area.Codelisted attributes...........Weight.NPD_IN ....DR Celsius..... Temperature.. inches............INT ..Insulation Thickness.. square feet.._ _______________ PDS Piping Component Data .....DK .....Nominal diameter...........AN*XX (where "XX" defines the number of characters) .. Kg/M*3. 30 ..... WWWWs and ZZZZZs in this document will be observed................ The system will interpret this entry to represent a blank value and such will be displayed in reports. inches....Nominal diameter........

_ _______________ Appendix A: Real numbers without decimals may be expressed with or without a decimal point. For example. General Conventions — A definition must be made using the format described below regarding the number of input and output columns involved: No Inputs X No Outputs X The number of input columns must not exceed 2. LB. The number of output columns must not exceed 9. XXXX# or OTXXXX. IN. "#" and "OT" so that the same table may be 31 . RAT. DEC. — A definition must be made using the format described below regarding the units of measure used in each column. Units= NPD IN. The word "END" following a component will signify the end to the table. using the format "Pii-Z" or "Yii-Z". IN. a nominal diameter of twenty inches may be expressed as "20". the generic value ET_AL may be used in the input column. All alphanumeric values in a table must be enclosed in single quotes. P9*. The entry in the table and the file names representing the attribute "rating". The number of output fields is up to parameter P34 for component data and up to parameter Y27 for actuator data. IN The following conventions will apply to the definition of data in a table with table format P8*. I8* or I9*: — A definition does not need to be made regarding the number of input and output columns involved. A blank line following a component will signify that the definition of the component has been completed and that a new component will follow. The following conventions will apply to the definition of columns in a table with a table format other than P8*. all tables will show the value as "20". The system will understand such entry to indicate that values in the line just prior to that for ET_AL will apply to any input value equal to or greater than the value in that line. For the sake of consistency. where: -A=AN*20 -D=AN*1 -E=INT -G=NPD IN -H=NPD MM -J=SF -L=LB -N=IN -P=DEG The following conventions apply to the attribute "rating" with respect to the naming of data tables: — The Piping Job Specification may express alphanumeric ratings in at least the following formats: CLXXXX.0". however. will exclude characters such as "CL". INT. I8* or I9*. for example. ’ZZZZZZZ’. it may be 0. or "20. The number of input fields must not exceed 2. — Each parameter in these tables must have the applicable units of measure defined. General Conventions For tables with only one input column. P9*. SF. IN." or "20. where * refers to any applicable alphanumeric character: A.

An example of the above is a valve supplied with flanged ends meeting the bolting pattern of ANSI CL150 pressure rating but having pressure carrying characteristics different from those of that ANSI rating. or — Defined by data transfer from the P&ID Task. the decimal points will be converted to the character "$" in accessing the applicable tables. OTXXXX to refer to the rating of a connect point that meets the applicable ANSI or API rating geometrically but not from a pressure carrying standpoint. One acceptable value for rating is "NONE". The names of the data tables will include all the alphabetic characters included in the Piping Job Specification. the applicable "schedule/thickness" will be used as the value for "rating" for these components. – Another acceptable value for rating is "GRAVHD". the value of the override schedule/thickness in the Piping Task will be left blank. – – The schedule/thickness of piping components may be determined either by look-up/calculation from a piping materials class or based on a value provided by the User independent of the piping materials class. 32 ._ _______________ PDS Piping Component Data . If such rating values consist of alphanumeric characters (including dashes). in such case. a rating does not apply. — Female ends for plastic pipe are usually defined in terms of "schedule/thickness" and not in terms of "rating" as is common with female ends for most other components.April 2002 used regardless of how rating was defined in the Piping Job Specification. Comments in this paragraph define the latter approach. Otherwise. — If the rating in the Piping Job Specification is expressed in terms of alphabetic characters only. This value may be used in the Piping Job Specification and in the data tables for components whose ends would normally require the use of the attribute rating as part of the table name but that for some specific reason. Another acceptable value for rating is "OTHER". or — Defined by the User entering a schedule/thickness value. This value may be used in the Piping Job Specification and in the data tables for components rated to sustain a nominal fluid head. To make female ends for plastic pipe follow the rules for other female ends. The value of the override schedule/thickness attribute of each piping segment may be either: — Left blank if the User wishes schedule/thickness to be determined from the applicable piping materials class. The above rating formats have been used in accordance with the following criteria: – – – CLXXXX to refer to an ANSI or API pressure rating XXXX# to refer to a pressure rating defined by an organization other ANSI or API. the value from the P&ID segment schedule/thickness will be transferred to the Piping Task override schedule/thickness. the system will use all such characters in accessing the data tables. the system will "strip" all such characters from the rating value in the Piping Job Specification and will only use the numeric values in accessing the applicable tables. If such rating values include decimal points. A value from the P&ID Task will only be transferred to this attribute if the piping thickness flag in the P&ID segment has a value " U".

the Piping Job Specification and wall thickness calculations. thickness will be expressed as defined below. General Conventions A. both the alpha and numeric characters must be included in the "Sc/Th" column of the piping materials class and in the corresponding table names. + Either stress analysis is not applicable or._ _______________ Appendix A: If the Piping Task software finds a non-blank value for the override schedule/thickness.XXXX if the thickness is less than 1 inch + X if the thickness is an even inch + X. the component is to be considered infinitely rigid in stress analysis calculations. Examples of these rules follow: + .375 + 2. such as S-40. Such definition will be respected during reconstruction of the piping system. — *XYYY: The need to perform a thickness calculation will be triggered by an entry with the format "*XYYY" being present in the "Sc/Th" column of the Piping Commodities Table. if applicable. + Empty weights are not significantly affected by actual thickness values. General Conventions 33 . the schedule/thickness for the applicable end of the component is to be determined by calculations using the thickness equation defined for the piping materials class in the "Thck Eqtn" column of the Define Piping Job Specification table. In order of preference. it will be defined in terms of its wall thickness. Possible values and their definitions are: * If the value for this character is "C".5. S-XS and S-XXS. S-60 and S-80. such value will be applied to all the components that belong to the segment. for example S-SDR13. Decimal points will not be included for numbers without decimals. — "NREQD": This value is to be used in cases where all of the following conditions apply: + The thickness value is not required in purchasing the component. such as S-STD. + . Schedule or thickness values will be shown for all components for which such values make sense. — Specific schedules.25 + . such as CL50 and CL51. For this situation. — Specific wall thicknesses: To insure compatibility between data tables.375 — Where the schedule name exceeds the field length provided. schedule and thickness will be expressed in terms of: — Generic schedules.5 +1 + 1. — Thickness class. The letters that make this code have the following meaning: – The character "X" is an alphanumeric code that defines the equation to use in the calculation.XXX if the thickness is 1 inch or thicker Trailing zeroes will not be included.

joint or structural grade quality factor (E) times 100. The User should be cautioned that if he is defining a calculation to be performed on a seamless fitting (E=1) but wishes to match the thickness for the mating welded pipe (E=0. 34 . For a given nominal diameter. — MATCH: The need to match the thickness of a component to that of the pipe of the same diameter and of option 1 will be triggered by an entry with the format "MATCH" being present in the "Sc/Th" column of the Piping Commodities Table._ _______________ PDS Piping Component Data .April 2002 – The characters "YYY" define the casting. This factor is one of the parameters used in the thickness calculation.85). the convention defined below will be used. the quality factor for the pipe should be entered here. only the schedules shown in the line for that diameter will be used in the Piping Job Specification and in the data tables. To minimize duplication when the same thickness can be expressed for metallic materials in terms of either a generic or a specific schedule.

00 24.000 3.00 S-20 S-20 S-20 S-20 S-20 S-20 S-STD S-STD S-STD S-XS S-XS S-XS S-XS S-XS S-XS S-30 S-30 S-30 S-30 S-30 S-10S S-10 S-10 S-10 S-10 S-10 S-10 S-10 S-10 S-10 S-10 S-10 S-10 S-STD S-STD S-STD S-STD S-STD S-STD S-STD S-STD S-STD S-STD S-STD S-STD S-STD S-STD S-STD S-STD S-STD S-STD S-STD S-STD S-STD S-STD S-STD S-STD S-STD S-STD S-STD S-STD S-STD S-STD S-STD S-STD S-STD S-STD S-STD S-STD S-STD S-XS S-XS S-XS S-XS S-XS S-XS S-XS S-XS S-XS S-XS S-XS S-XS S-XS S-XS S-XS S-XS S-XS S-XS S-XS S-XS S-XS S-XS S-XS S-XS S-XS S-XS S-XS S-XS S-XS S-XS S-XS S-XS S-XS S-XS S-XS S-XS S-XS _ _______________ Appendix A: General Conventions A.250 1.00 34.000 10.000 5.00 12.375 0.00 44.00 42.00 40.500 2.00 18.00 46.500 4.00 20.00 14.00 28.000 8.125 0.00 48.00 32.250 0.500 0.000 2.000 1.00 26.00 30.S-5S S-10 S-20 S-30 S-60 S-100 S-120 S-140 S-160 S-XXS S-5S S-5S S-5S S-5S S-5S S-5S S-5S S-5S S-5S S-5S S-5S S-5S S-5S S-5S S-5S S-5S S-5S S-5S S-5S S-5S S-5S S-30 S-30 S-30 S-STD S-STD S-30 S-XS S-XS S-30 S-40 S-60 S-XS S-60 S-60 S-60 S-60 S-60 S-60 S-60 S-100 S-100 S-100 S-100 S-100 S-100 S-100 S-100 S-100 S-120 S-120 S-120 S-120 S-120 S-XXS S-120 S-120 S-120 S-120 S-120 S-120 S-140 S-XXS S-140 S-140 S-140 S-140 S-140 S-140 S-140 S-160 S-160 S-160 S-160 S-160 S-160 S-160 S-160 S-160 S-160 S-160 S-160 S-XXS S-XXS S-XXS S-XXS S-XXS S-XXS S-10S S-10S S-10S S-10S S-10S S-10S S-10S S-10S S-10S S-10S S-10S S-10S S-10S S-10S S-10S S-10S S-10S S-10S S-10S S-10S S-10S S-10S S-10S S-10S S-10S S-160 S-160 S-160 S-160 S-160 S-160 S-160 S-160 S-XXS S-XXS S-XXS S-XXS S-XXS S-XXS S-XXS S-XXS S-40 S-STD S-STD S-STD S-STD S-STD S-STD S-STD S-STD S-STD S-STD S-STD S-STD S-STD S-STD S-STD S-STD S-STD S-40 S-40 S-XS S-40 S-40 S-40S S-40S S-40S S-40S S-40S S-40S S-40S S-40S S-40S S-40S S-40S S-40S S-40S S-40S S-40S S-40S S-40S S-40S S-40S S-80 S-XS S-XS S-XS S-XS S-XS S-XS S-XS S-XS S-XS S-XS S-XS S-XS S-XS S-XS S-XS S-XS S-80 S-80 S-80 S-80 S-80 S-80 S-80 S-80 S-80S S-80S S-80S S-80S S-80S S-80S S-80S S-80S S-80S S-80S S-80S S-80S S-80S S-80S S-80S S-80S S-80S S-80S S-80S S-5S S-40 S-40 S-40 NomD 0.00 16.00 38.00 36.500 3.750 1.000 6.00 22. General Conventions 35 .

...........2$375 Some tables require an "END" statement as their last line... will be displayed in all fields representing the actual attribute involved.00..900 38..........00....20 1........600 26.....950 40...650 28..........350 16.00....................................32 1........... Examples of how thicknesses would be represented on the basis of the above rule follow: .............$5 1 ... Refer to specific table formats in this document for actual requirements................................000..00......100 5..125.................................... Nominal Pipe Diameter in mm 0..................375 . and not the "$"...............300 14..00.......125 6...............1050 44.......40 2..................00.00...............50 2..$25 ...........25 1.......................15 0........................ Where a "........500.........800 34............00.....................000......250.........25 ....................April 2002 The table shown below will be used to correlate English nominal pipe diameters with their corresponding metric values...............000....... The actual character.1000 42.............90 4..............................................00...................................850 36.......700 30.................750......6 0.........................................00......................000.......00..........................000.......... a "$" will be used to represent them in both the table name and the ASCII file name....500.......65 3.00..........1 1...............8 0..1150 48.............500....400 18............00......" or a "-" is included in a parameter that is part of a table name.................00.....................00.......................375........._ _______________ PDS Piping Component Data ........00...........550 24.375 .......500 22..............150 8.450 20..000.... 36 ....00.......................1200 Weight tables have been provided for components required by the piping materials classes for at least the combinations of thicknesses shown in the applicable Thicknesses Tables......5 .......................500...1100 46.............. others do not..00.........80 3..................10 0......200 10........1$375 2..............................00....250..............................................000...........750 32...........00...........250 12....

all previous revision marks are deleted. — The "Rev" and "Date" fields of the table that is changed are revised as appropriate. General Conventions A._ _______________ Appendix A: Revision management of Piping RDB data follows the conventions described below: — The applicable control document is updated. — The line in the table that was either newly created or revised is identified by having the symbol ">" precede it. a ">" is placed above and below the line deleted. If the line was deleted. — When a table is revised again. General Conventions 37 .

this is the distance from the origin of the component to the outermost face of the end in the vicinity of PCP2. For components that have ends with identical terminations and for which branches. this parameter does not apply.April 2002 A. It may be deduced from the expression F + Q using values of F and Q from the appropriate tables. if any. are normal to the main axis of the component. This value will not be included in any dimension table. For components that have either ends with different terminations or branches that are not normal to the main axis of the component. This value will not be included in any dimension table. For components that have either ends with different terminations or branches that are not normal to the main axis of the component. Not applicable. It may be deduced from the expression E + Q using values of E and Q from the appropriate tables. Bolted Male Female B Any Bolted Male Female 38 . This value will be included in the appropriate dimension table. this is the distance from the origin of the component to the outermost face of the end in the vicinity of PCP1.1 Variables Used in Symbols and Tables Definition of Specific Variables Letters A through O are used to represent variables which are specific to a component: Variable(s) A End Type Any Explanation For components that have ends with identical terminations and for which branches. Not applicable._ _______________ PDS Piping Component Data . are normal to the main axis of the component. this is the distance from the origin of the component to the outermost face of any of its ends. if any. This value will be included in the appropriate dimension table.

if any. For components that have either ends with different terminations or branches that are not normal to the main axis of the component. are normal to the main axis of the component. Not applicable. as defined in the table named "BLT_Term_Rat_TS" as a function of the nominal pipe diameter. this is the distance from the origin of the component to the outermost face of the end in the vicinity of PCP3. this parameter does not apply. termination type. rating and table suffix of the applicable bolted end. It may be deduced from the expression H + Q using values of H and Q from the appropriate tables. It may be deduced from the expression G + Q using values of G and Q from the appropriate tables. are normal to the main axis of the component. For components that have ends with identical terminations and for which branches. this is the distance from the origin of the component to any of its PCPs. For components that have either ends with different terminations or branches that are not normal to the main axis of the component. this parameter does not apply. Not applicable. This value will be included in the appropriate dimension table._ _______________ Appendix A: BCD Bolted This is the bolt circle diameter of the bolts required at a bolted end. This value will be included in the appropriate dimension table. this is the distance from the origin of the component to PCP1. For components that have ends with identical terminations and for which branches. This value will not be included in any dimension table. Male Female C Any Variables Used in Symbols and Tables A. For components that have ends with identical terminations and for which branches. Not applicable. this is the distance from the origin of the component to the outermost face of the end in the vicinity of PCP4. General Conventions Bolted Male Female D Any Bolted Male Female E Any 39 . are normal to the main axis of the component. Not applicable. This value will not be included in any dimension table. For components that have either ends with different terminations or branches that are not normal to the main axis of the component. if any. if any.

this is the distance from the origin of the component to PCP2. This value will be included in the appropriate dimension table. This value will be included in the appropriate dimension table. this is the distance from the origin of the component to PCP3. This value will be included in the appropriate dimension table. This value will be included in the appropriate dimension table. This parameter may be deduced from the expression D + T using values of D and T from the appropriate tables. For components that have ends with identical terminations and for which branches. this is the distance from the origin of the component to PCP4. For components that have either ends with different terminations or branches that are not normal to the main axis of the component. This parameter may be deduced from the expression C + T using values of C and T from the appropriate tables. This value will be included in the appropriate dimension table. are normal to the main axis of the component. For components that have ends with identical terminations and for which branches. this parameter does not apply. this parameter does not apply. are normal to the main axis of the component. are normal to the main axis of the component. Male Female F Any Bolted Male Female G Any Bolted Male Female H Any Bolted Male Female 40 . if any. this parameter does not apply. For components that have either ends with different terminations or branches that are not normal to the main axis of the component. if any. if any. For components that have ends with identical terminations and for which branches. This value will be included in the appropriate dimension table. This value will be included in the appropriate dimension table.April 2002 Bolted This parameter may be deduced from the expression A + T using values of A and T from the appropriate tables. For components that have either ends with different terminations or branches that are not normal to the main axis of the component._ _______________ PDS Piping Component Data . This parameter may be deduced from the expression B + T using values of B and T from the appropriate tables. This value will be included in the appropriate dimension table.

their lengths are derived from the API-590 thicknesses.N Any For use in dimension tables for specific components as required by component being defined.J. plus the raised face depth.L._ _______________ Appendix A: I. O Any Variables Used in Symbols and Tables A. General Conventions 41 . plus the CA defined in codelist set CL575. less the API-590 CA. This is the overall length of the component considering the outermost surface at each end of the component.K. Geometry Standards.M. For blanks other than per API-590.

This is the outside diameter of a male end of the indicated termination type and nominal diameter. Variable(s) P End Type Bolted Explanation This is the outside diameter of a bolted end of the indicated termination type. it is desirable to have the value of this parameter be larger than the value of the matching male termination end.In Table B2.April 2002 Definition of Generic Variables Letters P through Z are used to represent generic variables.1 for components complying with ANSI-B16.For PVC and CPVC female ends: same as the value of "P" for the corresponding male termination type. this is the thread engagement as defined as follows: . . rating and nominal diameter. This is the depth of socket. Q Bolted Male Female Not applicable The value of this variable will be "0" for all male ends. rating and nominal diameter. The actual depth of socket less 1/16" will be used to determine a component’s dimensional parameters. as defined in the table named "FEM_Term_Rat_TS". The is the outside diameter of the female end of the component of the indicated termination type.2 for all other components. however. as defined in the table named "MAL_Term_TS". if the value of this parameter is made too large. as defined in the table named "BLT_Term_Rat_TS".12 . Components such as 90 degree elbows and tees will not place.In Table B2. For model graphic purposes. For socketwelded ends. For this reason we have defined values for this parameter as follows: . as defined in the table named "FEM_Term_Rat_TS"._ _______________ PDS Piping Component Data . this value will be the nominal depth of socket less 1/16". For female threaded ends. Male Female 42 .For all other female ends: 30% of the fitting OD at the female end plus 70% of the matching pipe OD.

When dealing with specialty components. as defined in the table named "BLT_Term_Rat_TS". Not applicable. as defined in the applicable of the tables listed below: . the raised face. Not applicable. This is half of the gasket gap thickness. and if the User wanted to be precise about this parameter. It includes any projections that the flange may have. The value of this parameter will be zero for all other bolted ends. as defined in the table named "BLT_Term_Rat_TS". This parameter is primarily used for the calculation of stud length. he might have to develop many generic tables. This dimension represents the distance from the outermost surface of the bolted end to the seating surface of the gasket. large groove."STUD_Term_Rat_TS" if the RDB option that involves CP termination for bolt length calculations is active Variables Used in Symbols and Tables A. Not applicable. it only includes the thickness of the loose flange used. Not applicable. such as relief valves."STUD_Rat_TS". Not applicable. small female and large female flanged ends and for mechanical joints. it does not include the thickness of the pipe or stub end since such is determined by the software at stud length calculation time. if the RDB option that involves CP termination for bolt length calculations is not active. A practical alternative might be to create a table in which values for this parameter would be large enough to insure that short studs would not result. It will only have a value for small groove. General Conventions Male Female S Bolted Male Female T Bolted Male Female U Bolted 43 . Not applicable. This is the seating depth. This dimension represents the distance from the outermost face of the flange to the back surface of the flange on which the nut rests. for example. This is the number of bolts required at a bolted connection. For lapflanged ends. or . as defined in the Piping Job Specification for the applicable piping materials class._ _______________ Appendix A: R Bolted This is the flange thickness.

"STUD_Term_Rat_TS" if the RDB option that involves CP termination for bolt length calculations is active). Values W_i (i=2-5) define the nut allowances to be used with either studs (+ or no sign modifier value) or machine bolts (."STUD_Term_Rat_TS" if the RDB option that involves CP termination for bolt length calculations is active). Not applicable. as defined in the applicable of the tables listed below: . or . Male Female W_i Bolted Not applicable. termination type (only if the RDB option that involves CP termination for bolt length calculations is active). This is the diameter of bolts required at a bolted connection."STUD_Rat_TS". termination type (only if the RDB option that involves CP termination for bolt length calculations is active). Not applicable."STUD_Rat_TS". if the RDB option that involves CP termination for bolt length calculations is not active. if the RDB option that involves CP termination for bolt length calculations is not active. Values for W_0 and W_1 were developed on the following basis: 44 . This is the nut allowance.April 2002 as a function of the nominal pipe diameter. rating and table suffix of the applicable bolted end. as a function of the nominal pipe diameter. Male Female V Bolted Not applicable. as defined in the applicable of the tables listed below: . Value W_1 defines the nut allowance to be used with machine bolts using standard nut allowances. or . It includes the nut length as well as the stud extension beyond the nut. as a function of the nominal pipe diameter._ _______________ PDS Piping Component Data . rating and table suffix of the applicable bolted end.modifier value) using special nut allowances. termination type (only if the RDB option that involves CP termination for bolt length calculations is active). This parameter will be used in calculating the length of bolts required in a bolted connection. rating and table suffix of the applicable bolted end. Value W_0 defines the nut allowance to be used with studs using standard nut allowances.

values for W_0 and W_1 were calculated using the criteria in Annex F of ANSI-B16. Not applicable. however. Variables Used in Symbols and Tables A. values for W_1 were defined as "-". General Conventions Female Y Any Z Any 45 .5-1981. For integrally clad components. For cement and plastic lined components. the thickness of the lining will not be included in the value for wall thickness.If data was not available in the applicable industry standard defining the desired machine bolt lengths. Yi variables are used to define operator and actuator parameters. This is the wall thickness of the applicable end of a component of the indicated nominal diameter. Such increase was mostly required when tables with name format "STUD_Rat_TS" applied. values for W_0 were calculated using the criteria in Annex F of ANSI-B16.5-1981. the thickness of the cladding will be included in the value for wall thickness and the corrosion allowance will be made equal to the clad thickness. For tables with name format "STUD_Term_Rat_TS". . Not applicable._ _______________ Appendix A: . No specific meaning is attached to this variable. such increase was not required. Not applicable.If data was not available in the applicable industry standard defining the desired stud lengths. Male Female X Bolted Male Not applicable. as defined in the table named "MALWT_Term_Sc/Th_TS_WC". If the values so calculated resulted in too short a length. . however.If data was available in the applicable industry standard defining the desired stud and/or machine bolt lengths. they were increased to result in the desired length.

625 1.1355 1.1875 1.4375 0.75 1.42 0. as NPD ANSIStockNAVCO B1.5533 0.187 1.375 0.5242 0.5 0.0625 0.6875 0.06 1.125 1.071 1.0625 1.5625 0.3955 0.5625 1.375 0.3125 1.5625 0.4375 1.5625 0.107 1.5 3 4 5 6 8 Table B2.6875 0. inches.12 Thread Engagement.094 1.2713 0.375 1.0353 1.3125 1.4375 1.9375 1.6809 0.75 0.2483 1.25 1.5 3 3.5 0.6875 0.4067 0.75 Reported By Average 0.Thread Engagement for Components per ANSI-B16.75 1 1.5625 0.5625 0.3125 0.7033 PDS 0.5 0.2 .3945 0.6875 0.6875 0.125 0.6875 0.84 0.12 PDS 0.25 1.375 0.1875 1.6875 0.77 0.5602 0.75 0.4375 0.6859 0._ _______________ PDS Piping Component Data .375 0.932 0.6875 0.2726 0.9375 1 1.125 1.42 0.375 0.625 1.96 0.75 0.313 1.6875 0.25 1.5343 0.94 0.208 1.5 4 5 6 8 10 12 46 .94 0.25 0.0625 1.68 0.25 1.75 in 0.42 0.1 ham Crane 0.016 1 1 1.75 1. inches NPD ANSIB16.5 0.6875 0.3125 1.84 0.396 1.6875 0.57 1.9674 1.6859 0.77 0.125 1.25 0.April 2002 Table B2.25 0.7367 0.1 .5 2 2.6875 0.44 0.6609 0.61 1.06 in 1.25 0.96 1.46 1.4375 1.3986 0.44 0.6809 0.375 0.9375 0.6809 0.375 0.6969 0.2985 1.5 2 2.20.42 0.68 0.Thread Engagement for All Other Components Thread Engagement.

Each model code is classified by: AABBCC code option size ranges end preparations ratings The model code includes the definition of the graphic representation of the component in the piping model. Connect Point Data Connect point dependent data about each component is organized in terms of green and red connect points. Depending upon the circumstances: One or more model codes can be assigned to one AABBCC code The same model code can be assigned to different AABBCC codes. it applies to all ends of the component. The following conventions regarding the sequence of data in the Piping Job Specification and the naming of the Interactive Data Tables are used to coordinate the two sets of data: If data is only shown under green connect point data. Commodity Discussions These detailed definitions are identified by a model code in the Commodity Item data table of the PJS. the larger nominal diameter end(s) is defined as the green connect point. An AABBCC code is a generic code about which a more detailed definition is made in the Piping Job Specification._ _______________ Appendix B: Commodity Discussions Appendix B Commodity Discussions B. Basic Information AABBCC Codes and Model Codes The AABBCC code is the primary access key to the commodity items in the the Piping Job Specification. If a component has ends with different nominal diameters (regardless of other end properties). 47 . B.1 Piping Commodity Data This section defines requirements which are specific to piping components.

_ _______________ PDS Piping Component Data . (G) (R) Angle BrchTbl Cmdty Code GCP GS MC Op/Ac Rat RCP Sc/Th Term TNF TS WC Green Red Angle Branch Table Commodity Code Green Connect Point Geometric Industry Standard Model Code Operator/Actuator Pressure Rating Red Connect Point Schedule Thickness End Termination Type Table Name Format Table Suffix Weight Code 48 .April 2002 If a component has ends with the same nominal diameter but other end properties that differ. the following rules apply: — If the ends have different termination type. — If the termination types are the same but the values for rating. the end(s) whose end preparations have the lowest codelist number are designated as the green connect point. regardless of the values for schedule/thickness. schedule or thickness differ. the "stronger" ends(s) are designated as the green connect point. Abbreviations The following abbreviations are used to describe the table name formats in this document.

which are shorter that the "min length" value defined in table PIPE_LENGTH. Both ends of the pipe have the same end preparation. TUBING) The AABBCC code for piping and tubing consists of the words PIPING and TUBING respectively. The system will refuse to place portions of piping. reinforced concrete. TNF=None & None Beveled/plain ends Beveled/plain 3" field fit ends Beveled/plain 6" field fit ends Male threaded/plain ends Beveled/male grooved ends Male threaded/male grooved ends Male grooved/plain ends Plain/plain 3" field fit ends Plain/plain 6" field fit ends For GCP: Rating="-". TUBING) _ _______________ B.1 Non-parametric and Parametric Piping and Tubing (PIPING. The Pipe Model Entity will apply to this class of piping components.1. the thickness is actually determined by the Fabricator on the basis of specified conditions. Sc/Th="Value" For RCP: Rating="-". Sc/Th="-" The following comments apply to the above definition of piping: B. the value "NREQD" is used for Sc/Th.Appendix B: Non-parametric and Parametric Piping and Tubing (PIPING. The system will return a warning if the User places a section of piping which is shorter than the "preferred length" value defined in table PIPE_LENGTH. Commodity Discussions No EDEN parametric code definition is required for its placement. for example. Piping (in-line) Non-parametric pipe (MC=PIPE) (SN=None) TNF=None & None Beveled ends Tapered and beveled ends Male flared ends Male threaded ends Male grooved ends Spigot ends Plain ends For GCP: Rating="-". PIPING. 49 . The pipe length is determined at placement either by keying in the actual length or by stringing the pipe between two existing components. It will be possible to "break" this type of pipe after placement for insertion of another component. Placement of taps is neither required nor possible. For them. Sc/Th="Value" For certain types of pipe. Sc/Th="Value" For RCP: Rating="-".

if one applies. By choosing the starting point for placement. The following considerations apply to the length of this type of pipe: During manual component placement. Sc/Th="Value" For RCP: Rating="Value". the user will have control as to where the random length of pipe is placed. Sc/Th="Value" For RCP: Rating="Value". which are shorter that the "min length" value defined in table PIPE_LENGTH. Purchased Length Pipe Purchased length pipe has its length defined in the pds_sort_code attribute of the Piping Commodity Specification Data Table of the Material Reference Database. Sc/Th="NREQD" The following comments apply to the above definition of piping: No EDEN parametric code definition is required for its placement. An additional pipe will then be placed to fit the remaining length. If the available length is less than the default length. The end preparation of the fitting will determine the end preparation of the pipe which will be placed first. In this method of placement. as specified in the active Pipe Length Threshold Table. Sc/Th="Value" 50 . If an incompatibility is detected with such fitting end. a pipe will be placed to fit the available length. The system will refuse to place portions of piping. can be placed or extended such that the remainder length of the last pipe does not exceed the pipe length threshold. Both ends of the pipe have different end preparation. The pipe length is determined at placement either by key-in of actual length or by stringing the pipe between two pre-existing components. The system will return a warning if the user places a section of piping which is shorter than the "preferred length" value defined in table PIPE_LENGTH. the system will place. which are shorter that the "min length" value defined in table PIPE_LENGTH. The system will return a warning if the user places a section of piping which is shorter than the "preferred length" value defined in table PIPE_LENGTH. the end preparation of the last end of the pipe will be checked for compatibility with that of the corresponding fitting end. The system will refuse to place any portion of piping. the system will start placing pipe of the default length from whichever end applies and will continue doing so until the available length for placement is less than the default length._ _______________ PDS Piping Component Data . Placement of taps is neither required nor possible. an error will be returned by the system. During automatic component placement. TNF=None & None Flanged/mechanical joint ends Mechanical joint/plain ends For GCP: Rating="Value". one length of pipe of the default length. When pipe placement is completed. starting at the active placement point. Purchased length pipe. Pipe placement must always start at a fitting. the user has no control as to where the random length of pipe is placed.April 2002 TNF=None & None Spigot/push-on bell ends Plain/push-on bell ends For GCP: Rating="-".

— During manual component placement. A cone length determined by the above criteria in conjunction with the termination type at the other end of the pipe. one length of pipe of the default length. an error will be returned by the system. the end preparation of the last end of the pipe will be checked for compatibility with that of the corresponding fitting end. The end preparation of the fitting will determine the end preparation of the pipe which will be placed first. — Female ends will be represented as a cone of the following dimensions: – – – The large end with dimensions from the applicable female generic tables. starting at the active placement point. a pipe will be placed to fit the available length. the user will have control as to where the random length of pipe is placed. if one applies. When pipe placement is completed. This length will be the "CP to CP" length. The following considerations apply to the length of this type of pipe: — The model code (MC) for parametric pipe will consist of the letter "P" followed by an integer that will define its default length. This asterisk is not part of the model code name itself and such will be recognized by data check reports executed by PDS. An included cone of angle of 90 degrees. Sc/Th="NREQD" The following comments apply to the above definition of piping: In the Piping Materials Class. Pipe placement must always start at a fitting. TUBING) TNF=None & None Spigot/push-on bell ends Plain/push-on bell ends Plain/mechanical joint bell ends For GCP: Rating="-". Sc/Th="Value" For RCP: Rating="Value". deletion and replacement of the pipe will be necessary. If an incompatibility is detected with such fitting end. 51 . By choosing the starting point for placement. rather than the "face to face" length. The ends of the piping will be drawn per the following convention: — Bolted ends will be represented per standard PDS practice using dimensions from the applicable generic tables. if such action was required. B. the system will place. the entry for model code will be preceded by an asterisk (*) to signify to the software that piping with an EDEN parametric code definition is involved. Commodity Discussions Both ends of the pipe have different end preparation.Appendix B: _ _______________ Non-parametric and Parametric Piping and Tubing (PIPING. the system will start placing pipe of the default length from whichever end applies and will continue doing so until the available length for placement is less than the default length An additional pipe will then be placed to fit the remaining length In this method of placement. — During automatic component placement. It will have as units of measure those that apply to pipe length in the project. If the available length is less than the default length. It will not be possible to "break" this type of pipe after placement for insertion of another component. the user has no control as to where the random length of pipe is placed.

The system will return a warning if the user places a section of tubing which is shorter than the "preferred length" value defined in table PIPE_LENGTH. It will be possible to "break" this type of pipe after placement for insertion of another component. If the new default length differs from the original default length. which are shorter that the "min length" value defined in table PIPE_LENGTH. Placement of taps is neither required nor possible. which are shorter that the "min length" value defined in table PIPE_LENGTH. The system will return a warning if the user places a section of piping which is shorter than the "preferred length" value defined in table PIPE_LENGTH. Both ends of the pipe have the same end preparation. Tubing (in-line) Non-parametric tubing (MC=TUBING) (SN=None) TNF=None & None Male flared ends Male ferrule ends Male ferrule/plain ends Plain ends The following comments apply to the above definition of tubing: No EDEN parametric code definition is required for its placement. Placement of taps is required. 52 ._ _______________ PDS Piping Component Data . the system will replace default and non-default pipe lengths in kind. however. The system will refuse to place portions of tubing. the procedure define above for automatic component placement will be used. The pipe length is determined at placement either by key-in of actual length or by stringing the pipe between two pre-existing components. — The system will refuse to place any portion of piping.April 2002 — During reconstruction. TUBING.

Operator/Actuator Type.1. The only dependent variable is empty weight of the valve. For piping valves whose operator types as defined in codelist set CL550. the model code for the valve operator. the empty weight of the valve exclusive of the operator weight. Operator/Actuator Type. The name of this table is comprised of the following parameter from the piping commodities part of the Piping Job Specification: Cmdty Code The only independent variable in this table is the nominal diameter of the green connect point of the component. The name of this table is comprised of the following parameters from the piping commodities part of the Piping Job Specification: MC GS Term(G)_Rat(G) A B. The dependent variables are those dimensional parameters required to display the component in the model that were not included in the P15A table. including the valve operator weight. the remaining parameters are included in a table with format P15B. is included in a table with format P59. The Piping Component database table (34) applies to these classes of piping components._ _______________ Appendix B: Valves (6Q1C) B. exceed 24 and are less than or equal to 40. are less than or equal to 24. the empty weight of the valve.2 Valves (6Q1C) The AABBCC code for valves consists of the AABB code 6Q1C followed by two numbers for the specific type of valve. including its operator. as follows: Green Connect Point Data Only If only green connect point data appears in the definition of the component in the Piping Job Specification and regardless of the termination type for the green connect point. the three parameters that define the location of the 53 . The dependent variables are surface area. The name of the P15B table is comprised of the following parameters from the piping commodities part of the Piping Job Specification: MC GS Term(G)_Rat(G) B The only independent variable in this table is the nominal diameter of the green connect point of the component. component specific data is defined in tables. If columns available in the above table were insufficient to allow definition of all the applicable dimensional parameters. For piping valves whose operator types as defined in codelist set CL550. the following applies: General data about the component is included in a table with format P15A. the operator weight. Commodity Discussions The only independent variable in this table is the nominal diameter of the green connect point of the component. weight of water plus all those dimensional parameters required to display the component in the model whose values are not defined in a generic table. For each component in the piping commodities part of the Piping Job Specification.

the green connect point is not a male termination type and the red connect point is a male termination type. the remaining parameters are included in a table with format P25B. the model code of the operator. weight of water plus all those dimensional parameters required to display the component in the model whose values are not defined in a generic table. If columns available in the above table were insufficient to allow definition of all the applicable dimensional parameters of the valve operator. The dependent variables are surface area. the three parameters that define the location of the center of gravity of the operator and up to two dimensional parameters required to define the geometry of the valve operator. the following applies: General data about the component is included in a table with format P25A. The name of the P60B table is comprised of the following parameter from the piping commodities part of the Piping Job Specification: Cmdty Code_WOPD_B The only independent variable in this table is the nominal diameter of the green connect point of the component. The dependent variables are those dimensional parameters required to display the valve operator in the model that were not included in the P60A table.April 2002 center of gravity of the operator and up to two dimensional parameters required to define the geometry of the valve operator is included in a table with format P60A. The name of this table is comprised of the following parameter from the piping commodities part of the Piping Job Specification: Cmdty Code_WOPD_A The only independent variable in this table is the nominal diameter of the green connect point of the component. The name of this table is comprised of the following parameters from the piping commodities part of the Piping Job Specification: MC GS Term(G)_Rat(G) Term(R)_A The independent variables in this table are the nominal diameters of the green and red connect points of the component._ _______________ PDS Piping Component Data . The dependent variables are those dimensional parameters required to display the component in the model that were not included in the P25A table. GCP≠Male. The dependent variables are the empty weight of the valve exclusive of the operator weight. the operator weight. Green and Red Connect Point Data. If columns available in the above table were insufficient to allow definition of all the applicable dimensional parameters. the remaining parameters are included in a table with format P60B. The name of the P25B table is comprised of the following parameters from the piping commodities part of the Piping Job Specification: MC GS Term(G)_Rat(G) Term(R)_B The independent variables in this table are the nominal diameters of the green and red connect points of the component. 54 . RCP=Male If both green and red connect point data appear in the definition of the component in the Piping Job Specification.

the empty weight of the valve. is included in a table with format P59. The name of this table is comprised of the following parameters from the piping commodities part of the Piping Job Specification: MC GS Term(G)_Rat(G) Term(R)_Rat(R) A 55 . If columns available in the above table were insufficient to allow definition of all the applicable dimensional parameters of the valve operator. Operator/Actuator Type. the operator weight. Operator/Actuator Type. the model code of the operator. The name of this table is comprised of the following parameter from the piping commodities part of the Piping Job Specification: Cmdty Code_WOPD_A The only independent variable in this table is the nominal diameter of the green connect point of the component. the following applies: General data about the component is included in a table with format P26A. the model code for the valve operator. Commodity Discussions Green and Red Connect Point Data. Valves (6Q1C) For piping valves whose operator types as defined in codelist set CL550. the three parameters that define the location of the center of gravity of the operator and up to two dimensional parameters required to define the geometry of the valve operator is included in a table with format P60A. The dependent variables are those dimensional parameters required to display the valve operator in the model that were not included in the P60A table. are less than or equal to 24._ _______________ Appendix B: Cmdty Code The only independent variable in this table is the nominal diameter of the green connect point of the component. the three parameters that define the location of the center of gravity of the operator and up to two dimensional parameters required to define the geometry of the valve operator. the empty weight of the valve exclusive of the operator weight. the operator weight. including its operator. exceed 24 and are less than or equal to 40. The name of the P60B table is comprised of the following parameter from the piping commodities part of the Piping Job Specification: Cmdty Code_WOPD_B The only independent variable in this table is the nominal diameter of the green connect point of the component. including the valve operator weight. B. GCP≠Male. The only dependent variable is empty weight of the valve. RCP≠Male If both green and red connect point data appear in the definition of the component in the Piping Job Specification and if the neither the green nor the red connect points are a male termination type. the remaining parameters are included in a table with format P60B. The name of this table is comprised of the following parameter from the piping commodities part of the Piping Job Specification: For piping valves whose operator types as defined in codelist set CL550. The dependent variables are the empty weight of the valve exclusive of the operator weight.

The dependent variables are surface area. the empty weight of the valve. The name of the P26B table is comprised of the following parameters from the piping commodities part of the Piping Job Specification: MC GS Term(G)_Rat(G) Term(R)_Rat(R) B The independent variables in this table are the nominal diameters of the green and red connect points of the component. the remaining parameters are included in a table with format P60B. including the valve operator weight. the model code for the valve operator. The dependent variables are those dimensional parameters required to display the component in the model that were not included in the P26A table. the three parameters that define the location of the center of gravity of the operator and up to two dimensional parameters required to define the geometry of the valve operator. Operator/Actuator Type. The name of the P60B table is comprised of the following parameter from the piping commodities part of the Piping Job Specification: Cmdty Code_WOPD_B The only independent variable in this table is the nominal diameter of the green connect point of the component. 56 . The only dependent variable is empty weight of the valve. the operator weight. The dependent variables are the empty weight of the valve exclusive of the operator weight. weight of water plus all those dimensional parameters required to display the component in the model whose values are not defined in a generic table. The dependent variables are those dimensional parameters required to display the valve operator in the model that were not included in the P60A table. The name of this table is comprised of the following parameter from the piping commodities part of the Piping Job Specification: Cmdty Code The only independent variable in this table is the nominal diameter of the green connect point of the component. the model code of the operator._ _______________ PDS Piping Component Data . For piping valves whose operator types as defined in codelist set CL550. the empty weight of the valve exclusive of the operator weight. including its operator. Operator/Actuator Type. are less than or equal to 24. is included in a table with format P59. If columns available in the above table were insufficient to allow definition of all the applicable dimensional parameters. the remaining parameters are included in a table with format P26B.April 2002 The independent variables in this table are the nominal diameters of the green and red connect points of the component. the three parameters that define the location of the center of gravity of the operator and up to two dimensional parameters required to define the geometry of the valve operator is included in a table with format P60A. For piping valves whose operator types as defined in codelist set CL550. the operator weight. exceed 24 and are less than or equal to 40. The name of this table is comprised of the following parameter from the piping commodities part of the Piping Job Specification: Cmdty Code_WOPD_A The only independent variable in this table is the nominal diameter of the green connect point of the component. If columns available in the above table were insufficient to allow definition of all the applicable dimensional parameters of the valve operator.

the operator weight. Operator/Actuator Type. The name of this table is comprised of the following parameter from the piping commodities part of the Piping Job Specification: Cmdty Code The only independent variable in this table is the nominal diameter of the green connect point of the component. For piping valves whose operator types as defined in codelist set CL550. the operator weight. The only dependent variable is empty weight of the valve. the following applies: General data about the component is included in a table with format P26A. The name of the P26B table is comprised of the following parameters from the piping commodities part of the Piping Job Specification: B. If columns available in the above table were insufficient to allow definition of all the applicable dimensional parameters. weight of water plus all those dimensional parameters required to display the component in the model whose values are not defined in a generic table. are less than or equal to 24. is included in a table with format P59. the model code for the valve operator. the model code of the operator. including its operator. Commodity Discussions MC_GS_Term(G) Rat(G) Term(R) Rat(R) B The independent variables in this table are the nominal diameters of the green and red connect points of the component. The dependent variables are those dimensional parameters required to display the component in the model that were not included in the P26A table. The dependent variables are the empty weight of the valve exclusive of the operator weight. Operator/Actuator Type. the three parameters that define the location of the center of gravity of the operator and up to two dimensional parameters required to define the geometry of the valve operator is included in a table with format P60A. RCP=Male If both green and red connect point data appear in the definition of the component in the Piping Job Specification and both the green and the red connect points are male termination type. The name of this table is comprised of the following parameter from the piping commodities part of the Piping Job Specification: Cmdty Code_WOPD_A The only independent variable in this table is the nominal diameter of the green connect point of the component. The name of this table is comprised of the following parameters from the piping commodities part of the Piping Job Specification: MC_GS_Term(G) Rat(G) Term(R) Rat(R) A The independent variables in this table are the nominal diameters of the green and red connect points of the component. the empty weight of the valve exclusive of the operator weight. GCP=Male. exceed 24 and are less than or equal to 40._ _______________ Appendix B: Valves (6Q1C) Green and Red Connect Point Data. 57 . For piping valves whose operator types as defined in codelist set CL550. the empty weight of the valve. The dependent variables are surface area. the remaining parameters are included in a table with format P26B. including the valve operator weight. the three parameters that define the location of the center of gravity of the operator and up to two dimensional parameters required to define the geometry of the valve operator.

The name of the P27B table is comprised of the following parameters from the piping commodities part of the Piping Job Specification: MC_GS_Term(G) Term(R) Rat(R) B The independent variables in this table are the nominal diameters of the green and red connect points of the component. For piping valves whose operator types as defined in codelist set CL550. are less than or equal to 24. the following applies: General data about the component is included in a table with format P27A. including the valve operator weight. weight of water plus all those dimensional parameters required to display the component in the model whose values are not defined in a generic table. The dependent variables are surface area. GCP=Male. the empty weight of the valve. the green connect point is a male termination type and the red connect point is not a male termination type. If columns available in the above table were insufficient to allow definition of all the applicable dimensional parameters. The name of the P60B table is comprised of the following parameter from the piping commodities part of the Piping Job Specification: Cmdty Code_WOPD_B The only independent variable in this table is the nominal diameter of the green connect point of the component. The dependent variables are those dimensional parameters required to display the valve operator in the model that were not included in the P60A table. 58 . The name of this table is comprised of the following parameters from the piping commodities part of the Piping Job Specification: MC_GS_Term(G) Term(R) Rat(R) A The independent variables in this table are the nominal diameters of the green and red connect points of the component. The dependent variables are those dimensional parameters required to display the component in the model that were not included in the P27A table. Green and Red Connect Point Data. the remaining parameters are included in a table with format P60B. is included in a table with format P59.April 2002 If columns available in the above table were insufficient to allow definition of all the applicable dimensional parameters of the valve operator. Operator/Actuator Type._ _______________ PDS Piping Component Data . the remaining parameters are included in a table with format P27B. The name of this table is comprised of the following parameter from the piping commodities part of the Piping Job Specification: Cmdty Code The only independent variable in this table is the nominal diameter of the green connect point of the component. RCP≠Male If both green and red connect point data appear in the definition of the component in the Piping Job Specification. The only dependent variable is empty weight of the valve. including its operator.

To procure the component. Model Graphics Definitions. the three parameters that define the location of the center of gravity of the operator and up to two dimensional parameters required to define the geometry of the valve operator. Unless otherwise indicated. the model code of the operator.1 for additional requirements regarding operators. The dependent variables are the empty weight of the valve exclusive of the operator weight. These values are required for one or more of the reasons indicated below and are not necessarily part of the names of the tables that include data about the component. They must be positioned manually. the operator weight. exceed 24 and are less than or equal to 40. The name of the P60B table is comprised of the following parameter from the piping commodities part of the Piping Job Specification: Cmdty Code_WOPD_B The only independent variable in this table is the nominal diameter of the green connect point of the component. To access data tables. Refer to Section 4. the three parameters that define the location of the center of gravity of the operator and up to two dimensional parameters required to define the geometry of the valve operator is included in a table with format P60A. To supply data required for stress analysis purposes. The AABBCC code for valves consists of the AABB code 6Q1C followed by two numbers for the specific type of valve. the remaining parameters are included in a table with format P60B. If columns available in the above table were insufficient to allow definition of all the applicable dimensional parameters of the valve operator. for a description of the table formats. For the table format descriptions applicable to each component type.6._ _______________ Appendix B: Valves (6Q1C) For piping valves whose operator types as defined in codelist set CL550. Valves and their operators are not placed during automatic component placement. Refer to paragraph C. Commodity Discussions 59 . AABBCC Description B. Operator/Actuator Type. the GCP and RCP rating and schedule/thickness that needs to be provided in the Piping Job Specification has been listed. the operator weight. all valves have operators. the model code for the valve operator. The dependent variables are those dimensional parameters required to display the valve operator in the model that were not included in the P60A table. The name of this table is comprised of the following parameter from the piping commodities part of the Piping Job Specification: Cmdty Code_WOPD_A The only independent variable in this table is the nominal diameter of the green connect point of the component. the empty weight of the valve exclusive of the operator weight.

P31A & P59. P31A & P59. full port gate valve (MC=GATF) (SN=V1) TNF=P15A. Sc/Th="-" Regular pattern. Sc/Th="NREQD" For RCP: Rating="-". or P15A. or P15A. Sc/Th="Value" TNF=P15A. Sc/Th="-" Long pattern. Sc/Th="NREQD" For RCP: Rating="-". bolted or male ends gate valve (MC=GAT) (SN=V1) TNF=P15A. female ends. or P25A. Sc/Th="NREQD" or "Value" For RCP: Rating="-". Sc/Th="-" TNF=P15A._ _______________ PDS Piping Component Data . P60A & P60B Beveled ends For GCP: Rating="Value". P31A & P59. Sc/Th="Value" For RCP: Rating="-". P60A & P60B Flanged/beveled ends For GCP: Rating="Value". P60A & P60B Flanged/mechanical joint ends For GCP: Rating="Value". P31A & P59.April 2002 6Q1C01. Sc/Th="-" TNF=P26A. P60A & P60B Mechanical joint ends For GCP: Rating="Value". or P25A. P31A & P59. P31A & P59. P31A & P59 Socket ends Socketwelded ends Female threaded ends 60 . P60A & P60B Flanged/beveled ends For GCP: Rating="Value". Sc/Th="Value" TNF=P15A. or P15A. Sc/Th="NREQD" For RCP: Rating="Value". or P15A. or P15A. Sc/Th="-" TNF=P25A. Sc/Th="NREQD" For RCP: Rating="-". Sc/Th="NREQD" For RCP: Rating="-". or P26A. P31A & P59. P60A & P60B Flanged ends For GCP: Rating="Value". Sc/Th="Value" For RCP: Rating="-". Sc/Th="NREQD" or "Value" TNF=P25A. P60A & P60B Beveled ends For GCP: Rating="Value". P60A & P60B Flanged ends Push-on bell ends For GCP: Rating="Value". P31A & P59. Gate valve (in-line) Short pattern gate valve (MC=GATSP) (SN=V1) TNF=P15A.

P31A & P59 Olet/socketwelded ends Olet/female threaded ends For GCP: Rating="Value". TNF=P27A. Sc/Th="-" TNF=P26A. Sc/Th="NREQD" For RCP: Rating="-". Sc/Th="Value" For RCP: Rating="Value". reduced port gate valve (MC=GATR) (SN=V1) TNF=P15A. Extended body gate valve (in-line) B._ _______________ Appendix B: For GCP: For RCP: Rating="Value". Sc/Th="NREQD" Extended body gate valve (MC=GATEXB) (SN=V2) TNF=P27A. P31A & P59 Socketwelded/female threaded ends For GCP: Rating="Value". Sc/Th="NREQD" Extended body gate valve (MC=GATXBB) (SN=V2B) This is used to place an olet valve at a tap. Sc/Th="-" TNF=P26A. P31A & P59 Socket ends Socketwelded ends Female threaded ends For GCP: Rating="Value". female ends. Sc/Th="NREQD" For RCP: Rating="Value". Sc/Th="NREQD" For RCP: Rating="Value". 61 . P31A & P59 Socketwelded/female threaded ends For GCP: Rating="Value". P31A & P59 Beveled/socketwelded ends Beveled/female threaded ends For GCP: Rating="Value". P31A & P59 Male threaded/socketwelded ends Male threaded/female threaded ends Plain/socketwelded ends Plain/female threaded ends For GCP: Rating="Value". Sc/Th="NREQD" Regular pattern. Sc/Th="NREQD" For RCP: Rating="Value". Sc/Th="NREQD" Extended body gate valve (no iso operator) (MC=GATXBA) (SN=V2A) This is used to place an olet valve similarly to a branch component. Sc/Th="NREQD" Valves (6Q1C) 6Q1C02. Sc/Th="NREQD" Rating="-". it is not possible to place an iso operator on it. Commodity Discussions Extended body gate valve (MC=GATEX) (SN=V2) TNF=P27A. Since this symbol is mapped in Isogen to one derived from an olet type branch component. for example at a cap. Sc/Th="NREQD" For RCP: Rating="Value".

Sc/Th="-" 6Q1C04. 3-way valve (in-line) Any of the model codes for 3-way valves may be used under this AABBCC code. Sc/Th="NREQD" For RCP: Rating="-". P31A & P59 Socket ends Socketwelded ends Female threaded ends For GCP: Rating="Value". Sc/Th="-" 62 . Sc/Th="-" TNF=P15A. full port ball valve (MC=BALF) (SN=V6) TNF=P15A. P31A & P59._ _______________ PDS Piping Component Data . or P15A. Sc/Th="NREQD" For RCP: Rating="-". P60A & P60B Beveled ends For GCP: Rating="Value". Sc/Th="-" TNF=P15A & P59 Beveled ends For GCP: Rating="Value". Sc/Th="Value" For RCP: Rating="-". Blank gate valve (in-line) Blank gate valve (no operator) (MC=GATBL) (SN=V4) TNF=P15A & P59 Flanged ends For GCP: Rating="Value". P31A & P59. Sc/Th="NREQD" For RCP: Rating="-". P60A & P60B Flanged ends For GCP: Rating="Value". Conduit gate valve (in-line) Conduit gate valve (MC=GATCON) (SN=V3) TNF=P15A. 6Q1C06. Sc/Th="NREQD" 6Q1C03. P31A & P59 Olet/socketwelded ends Olet/female threaded ends For GCP: Rating="Value". Sc/Th="NREQD" For RCP: Rating="Value". Sc/Th="-" 6Q1C05. Sc/Th="Value" For RCP: Rating="-".April 2002 TNF=P27A. [2-way] ball valve (in-line) Female ends. or P15A.

_ _______________ Appendix B: TNF=P26A. P31A & P59 Socketwelded/female threaded ends For GCP: Rating="Value". or P25A. Sc/Th="NREQD" For RCP: Rating="-". P60A & P60B Flanged ends For GCP: Rating="Value". Sc/Th="Value" TNF=P15A. P31A & P59 Socket ends Socketwelded ends Female threaded ends For GCP: Rating="Value". Commodity Discussions TNF=P25A. Sc/Th="-" Venturi pattern. Sc/Th="-" TNF=P25A. Sc/Th="-" Long pattern. or P15A. P60A & P60B Beveled ends For GCP: Rating="Value". Sc/Th="Value" TNF=P15A. Sc/Th="NREQD" Female ends. P31A & P59. Sc/Th="-" Valves (6Q1C) B. P60A & P60B Flanged/beveled ends For GCP: Rating="Value". or P15A. P31A & P59. or P15A. Sc/Th="NREQD" For RCP: Rating="-". bolted or male ends ball valve (MC=BALLP) (SN=V6) TNF=P15A. Sc/Th="Value" For RCP: Rating="-". P60A & P60B Flanged/beveled ends For GCP: Rating="Value". Sc/Th="NREQD" For RCP: Rating="-". Sc/Th="NREQD" For RCP: Rating="Value". Sc/Th="NREQD" Short pattern. P31A & P59. bolted or male ends ball valve (MC=BALVP) (SN=V6) 63 . or P25A. P60A & P60B Beveled ends For GCP: Rating="Value". P31A & P59. Sc/Th="NREQD" For RCP: Rating="-". Sc/Th="Value" For RCP: Rating="-". Sc/Th="-" TNF=P26A. P31A & P59 Socketwelded/female threaded ends For GCP: Rating="Value". P31A & P59. Sc/Th="NREQD" For RCP: Rating="Value". or P15A. P60A & P60B Flanged ends For GCP: Rating="Value". bolted or male ends ball valve (MC=BALSP) (SN=V6) TNF=P15A. Sc/Th="NREQD" For RCP: Rating="-". P31A & P59. reduced port ball valve (MC=BALR) (SN=V6) TNF=P15A.

P60A & P60B Beveled ends For GCP: Rating="Value". Sc/Th="-" 6Q1C11. or P15A. P60A & P60B Beveled ends For GCP: Rating="Value". Sc/Th="-" TNF=P15A. Sc/Th="NREQD" For RCP: Rating="-". P31A & P59. Sc/Th="-" TNF=P25A._ _______________ PDS Piping Component Data . P31A & P59. Sc/Th="Value" For RCP: Rating="-". P60A & P60B Beveled ends For GCP: Rating="Value". P60A & P60B Flanged ends For GCP: Rating="Value". or P15A. or P15A. P60A & P60B Flanged ends Socket ends Socketwelded ends Female threaded ends For GCP: Rating="Value".April 2002 TNF=P15A. 3-way ball valve (in-line) 3-way ball valve (MC=BAL3W) (SN=V8) TNF=P15A. Sc/Th="Value" For RCP: Rating="-". or P15A. bolted or male ends globe valve (MC=GLO) (SN=V11) 64 . Sc/Th="-" Long pattern. [2-way] globe valve (in-line) Short pattern globe valve (MC=GLOSP) (SN=V11) TNF=P15A. or P15A. P31A & P59. Sc/Th="Value" For RCP: Rating="-". or P25A. P31A & P59. P60A & P60B Flanged/beveled ends For GCP: Rating="Value". P60A & P60B Flanged ends For GCP: Rating="Value". Sc/Th="NREQD" For RCP: Rating="-". Sc/Th="-" TNF=P15A. P31A & P59. Sc/Th="NREQD" For RCP: Rating="-". or P15A. P31A & P59. Sc/Th="-" 6Q1C08. P31A & P59. Sc/Th="Value" TNF=P15A. Sc/Th="NREQD" For RCP: Rating="-".

[2-way] angle globe valve (in-line) Short pattern angle globe valve (MC=GLOASP) (SN=V12) TNF=P15A. Sc/Th="NREQD" For RCP: Rating="-". P31A & P59. Sc/Th="Value" For RCP: Rating="-". Sc/Th="NREQD" For RCP: Rating="-". or P15A. or P15A. Sc/Th="NREQD" Valves (6Q1C) B. reduced port globe valve (MC=GLOR) (SN=V11) TNF=P15A. female ends. Sc/Th="-" Regular pattern. Sc/Th="NREQD" For RCP: Rating="-". Sc/Th="-" TNF=P26A. Sc/Th="NREQD" For RCP: Rating="Value". P60A & P60B Beveled ends For GCP: Rating="Value". Commodity Discussions Regular pattern. P60A & P60B Flanged ends For GCP: Rating="Value". P31A & P59 Socket ends Socketwelded ends Female threaded ends For GCP: Rating="Value". female ends. Sc/Th="NREQD" 6Q1C12. Sc/Th="Value" For RCP: Rating="-". P60A & P60B Beveled ends For GCP: Rating="Value". P31A & P59. Sc/Th="NREQD" For RCP: Rating="Value". Sc/Th="-" TNF=P15A. P31A & P59 Socket ends Socketwelded ends Female threaded ends For GCP: Rating="Value". Sc/Th="-" TNF=P15A. P31A & P59 Socketwelded/female threaded ends For GCP: Rating="Value". Sc/Th="NREQD" For RCP: Rating="-". P31A & P59 Socketwelded/female threaded ends For GCP: Rating="Value"._ _______________ Appendix B: TNF=P15A. P31A & P59. P31A & P59. or P15A. Sc/Th="-" TNF=P26A. Sc/Th="-" 65 . P60A & P60B Flanged ends For GCP: Rating="Value". or P15A. full port globe valve (MC=GLOF) (SN=V11) TNF=P15A.

P31A & P59. or P15A. or P15A. P31A & P59 Socketwelded ends Female threaded ends For GCP: Rating="Value". full port Y globe valve (MC=GLOYF) (SN=V11) TNF=P15A. Sc/Th="-" TNF=P15A. or P15A. Sc/Th="-" TNF=P15A. Sc/Th="NREQD" For RCP: Rating="-". Sc/Th="-" 66 . P31A & P59. Sc/Th="Value" For RCP: Rating="-". Sc/Th="NREQD" For RCP: Rating="-". Y globe valve (MC=GLOY) (SN=V11) TNF=P15A. Sc/Th="NREQD" For RCP: Rating="-". or P15A. Sc/Th="Value" For RCP: Rating="-".April 2002 Long pattern angle globe valve (MC=GLOA) (SN=V12) TNF=P15A. Sc/Th="-" Female ends. P60A & P60B Beveled ends For GCP: Rating="Value". P60A & P60B Flanged ends For GCP: Rating="Value". Sc/Th="Value" For RCP: Rating="-". P31A & P59. P31A & P59. Y globe valve (in-line) Bolted or male ends._ _______________ PDS Piping Component Data . Sc/Th="-" 6Q1C14. or P15A. P31A & P59. P60A & P60B Flanged ends Socketwelded ends Female threaded ends For GCP: Rating="Value". or P15A. Sc/Th="-" 6Q1C13. P60A & P60B Flanged ends Female threaded ends For GCP: Rating="Value". P60A & P60B Beveled ends For GCP: Rating="Value". Sc/Th="NREQD" For RCP: Rating="-". P60A & P60B Beveled ends For GCP: Rating="Value". Sc/Th="-" TNF=P15A. P31A & P59. 3-way globe valve (in-line) 3-way globe valve (MC=GLO3W) (SN=V13) TNF=P15A.

Sc/Th="NREQD" or "Value" For RCP: Rating="-". or P15A. P31A & P59. Sc/Th="-" TNF=P15A. Sc/Th="NREQD" For RCP: Rating="-". Sc/Th="NREQD" For RCP: Rating="-". or P25A. Sc/Th="-" B. P60A & P60B Flanged/beveled ends For GCP: Rating="Value". P60A & P60B Flanged ends For GCP: Rating="Value". Sc/Th="-" TNF=P25A. or P15A. bolted or male ends plug valve (MC=PLUVP) (SN=V16) TNF=P15A. Sc/Th="NREQD" For RCP: Rating="-". [2-way] plug valve (in-line) Short pattern. P60A & P60B Flanged ends For GCP: Rating="Value". Sc/Th="NREQD" For RCP: Rating="-". Sc/Th="Value" Venturi pattern. P60A & P60B Mechanical joint ends For GCP: Rating="Value"._ _______________ Appendix B: Female ends. Sc/Th="Value" Regular pattern. P60A & P60B Flanged ends For GCP: Rating="Value". P31A & P59. bolted or male ends plug valve (MC=PLU) (SN=V16) TNF=P15A. or P15A. Valves (6Q1C) 6Q1C16. Sc/Th="NREQD" For RCP: Rating="-". P31A & P59. or P25A. Sc/Th="-" TNF=P15A. P31A & P59 Socketwelded ends Female threaded ends For GCP: Rating="Value". P31A & P59. Sc/Th="NREQD" For RCP: Rating="-". P60A & P60B Flanged/beveled ends For GCP: Rating="Value". P60A & P60B Mechanical joint ends For GCP: Rating="Value". or P15A. P31A & P59. Sc/Th="-" The graphics for the valve operator will distinguish a Y globe valve from a globe valve. P31A & P59. P31A & P59. Sc/Th="-" TNF=P25A. bolted or male ends plug valve (MC=PLUSP) (SN=V16) TNF=P15A. Commodity Discussions 67 . reduced port Y globe valve (MC=GLOYR) (SN=V11) TNF=P15A. or P15A. Sc/Th="NREQD" or "Value" For RCP: Rating="-".

or P15A. or P15A. P31A & P59. P31A & P59. Sc/Th="Value" Female ends. Sc/Th="Value" Bolted or male ends. P60A & P60B Flanged ends For GCP: Rating="Value". P31A & P59. reduced port plug valve (MC=PLUR) (SN=V16) TNF=P15A. Sc/Th="-" TNF=P25A._ _______________ PDS Piping Component Data . or P15A. Sc/Th="-" Female ends. P31A & P59. or P15A. full port and round bore plug valve (MC=PLUFB) (SN=V16) TNF=P15A. Sc/Th="-" TNF=P15A. Sc/Th="NREQD" For RCP: Rating="-". Sc/Th="NREQD" or "Value" For RCP: Rating="-". P31A & P59. P60A & P60B Flanged/beveled ends For GCP: Rating="Value". P60A & P60B Flanged ends Socketwelded ends Female threaded ends 68 . P60A & P60B Flanged/beveled ends For GCP: Rating="Value". Sc/Th="-" TNF=P25A. full port plug valve (MC=PLUF) (SN=V16) TNF=P15A. 3-way plug valve (in-line) 3-way plug valve (MC=PLU3W) (SN=V18) TNF=P15A. P31A & P59 Socket ends Socketwelded ends Female threaded ends For GCP: Rating="Value". P31A & P59 Socket ends Socketwelded ends Female threaded ends For GCP: Rating="Value". or P25A. P60A & P60B Mechanical joint ends For GCP: Rating="Value". Sc/Th="NREQD" For RCP: Rating="-". or P25A. Sc/Th="NREQD" or "Value" For RCP: Rating="-". Sc/Th="NREQD" For RCP: Rating="-". Sc/Th="NREQD" For RCP: Rating="-". Sc/Th="-" 6Q1C18. P31A & P59. Sc/Th="NREQD" For RCP: Rating="-". P60A & P60B Mechanical joint ends For GCP: Rating="Value".April 2002 TNF=P15A.

Sc/Th="NREQD" For RCP: Rating="-". P60A & P60B Flanged ends Thru-bolted ends Thru-bolted ends with integral gaskets Thru-bolted with cap-screw ends Thru-bolted with cap-screw ends with integral gaskets Male grooved ends 69 . P60A & P60B Flanged ends Thru-bolted ends Thru-bolted ends with integral gaskets Thru-bolted with cap-screw ends Thru-bolted with cap-screw ends with integral gaskets Male grooved ends Mechanical joint bell ends For GCP: Rating="Value". or P15A. P60A & P60B Flanged ends Female threaded ends For GCP: Rating="Value". Sc/Th="-" High pressure butterfly valve (MC=BFYHP) (SN=V26) TNF=P15A. Butterfly valve (in-line) Low pressure butterfly valve (MC=BFYLP) (SN=V26) TNF=P15A. P60A & P60B Beveled ends For GCP: Rating="Value". Sc/Th="NREQD" For RCP: Rating="-". P31A & P59. Sc/Th="NREQD" Rating="-"._ _______________ Appendix B: For GCP: For RCP: Rating="Value". Needle valve (in-line) Needle valve (MC=NEE) (SN=V11) TNF=P15A. P31A & P59. Sc/Th="-" 6Q1C22. or P15A. or P15A. P31A & P59. Sc/Th="-" TNF=P15A. P31A & P59 Socketwelded ends Female threaded ends For GCP: Rating="Value". Sc/Th="-" Valves (6Q1C) 6Q1C19. Commodity Discussions 6Q1C26. or P15A. 4-way plug valve (in-line) 4-way plug valve (MC=PLU4W) (SN=V19) TNF=P15A. Sc/Th="-" B. P31A & P59. Sc/Th="NREQD" For RCP: Rating="-". Sc/Th="Value" For RCP: Rating="-".

P60A & P60B Flanged ends Socket ends Socketwelded ends Female threaded ends For GCP: Rating="Value". or P15A. Sc/Th="-" Glass lined diaphragm valve (MC=DIAGL) (SN=V1) TNF=P15A. Sc/Th="-" TNF=P15A. P31A & P59. or P15A.April 2002 For GCP: For RCP: Rating="Value". Knife gate valve (in-line) Knife gate valve (MC=KNF) (SN=V32) TNF=P15A. Sc/Th="NREQD" For RCP: Rating="-". Sc/Th="Value" For RCP: Rating="-". Sc/Th="NREQD" For RCP: Rating="-". Sc/Th="-" 6Q1C32. or P15A. P31A & P59. or P15A. Sc/Th="NREQD" For RCP: Rating="-". Sc/Th="-" 6Q1C30. or P15A. P31A & P59. P60A & Flanged ends Thru-bolted ends Thru-bolted ends Thru-bolted with P59._ _______________ PDS Piping Component Data . Diaphragm valve (in-line) Unlined metal diaphragm valve (MC=DIA) (SN=V1) TNF=P15A. Sc/Th="NREQD" Rating="-". P60A & P60B Flanged ends For GCP: Rating="Value". or P60B with integral gaskets cap-screw ends 70 . P31A & P59. P31A & P59. P31A & P15A. P60A & P60B Beveled ends For GCP: Rating="Value". Sc/Th="-" Plastic lined diaphragm valve (MC=DIAPL) (SN=V1) TNF=P15A. Sc/Th="-" Solid plastic diaphragm valve (MC=DIASP) (SN=V1) TNF=P15A. Sc/Th="NREQD" For RCP: Rating="-". P60A & P60B Flanged ends For GCP: Rating="Value". P60A & P60B Flanged ends Socket ends Female threaded ends For GCP: Rating="Value".

P31A & P59. Sc/Th="NREQD" For RCP: Rating="Value". P60A & P60B Beveled/beveled ends For GCP: Rating="Value". P60A & P60B Flanged ends For GCP: Rating="Value". Sc/Th="NREQD" For RCP: Rating="-". Sc/Th="NREQD" For RCP: Rating="-"._ _______________ Appendix B: Thru-bolted with cap-screw ends with integral gaskets For GCP: Rating="Value". Sc/Th="Value" TNF=P15A. P60A & P60B Flanged/flanged ends For GCP: Rating="Value". 3-way slide valve (in-line) 3-way slide valve (MC=SLI3W) (SN=V34) TNF=P15A. or P15A. or P15A. Sc/Th="-" Valves (6Q1C) 6Q1C33. Sc/Th="Value" This type of component is used to represent "simple" slide valves from catalog data. P31A & P59. Sc/Th="Value" For RCP: Rating="-". P31A & P59. [2-way] slide valve (in-line) Slide valve (MC=SLI) (SN=V33) TNF=P15A. P60A & P60B Flanged/flanged ends For GCP: Rating="Value". P31A & P59. P31A & P59. Sc/Th="NREQD" TNF=P25A. P31A & P59. P60A & P60B Flanged/beveled ends For GCP: Rating="Value". Sc/Th="NREQD" For RCP: Rating="-". or P25A. or P15A. Commodity Discussions 6Q1C34. Sc/Th="NREQD" For RCP: Rating="Value". Sc/Th="Value" For RCP: Rating="-". B. Sc/Th="-" TNF=P26A. or P26A. Sc/Th="-" TNF=P26A. Sc/Th="NREQD" For RCP: Rating="-". P60A & P60B Beveled ends For GCP: Rating="Value". Sc/Th="NREQD" 71 . or P26A. P60A & P60B Flanged ends For GCP: Rating="Value". Sc/Th="-" TNF=P26A. P31A & P59. Slide valves for FCCU service is defined as control valves. or P26A.

P60A & P60B Flanged/beveled ends For GCP: Rating="Value". 6Q1C38. P60A & P60B Beveled/beveled ends For GCP: Rating="Value". Sc/Th="Value" For RCP: Rating="-". swing check valve (no operator) (MC=CKSSP) (SN=V38) TNF=P15A & P59 Flanged ends For GCP: Rating="Value". Sc/Th="-" Short pattern. P31A & P59. Sc/Th="-" TNF=P15A & P59 Beveled ends For GCP: Rating="Value"._ _______________ PDS Piping Component Data . Sc/Th="-" TNF=P15A & P59 Beveled ends For GCP: Rating="Value". Slide valves for FCCU service is defined as control valves. or P25A. Sc/Th="NREQD" For RCP: Rating="-". or P15A. Sc/Th="Value" For RCP: Rating="-". Sc/Th="Value" TNF=P15A. P31A & P59. or P26A. P31A & P59. Sc/Th="-" Long pattern. bolted or male ends lift check valve (no operator) (MC=CKL) (SN=V38) 72 . Sc/Th="Value" For RCP: Rating="-". lift check valve (no operator) (MC=CKLSP) (SN=V38) TNF=P15A & P59 Flanged ends For GCP: Rating="Value". Sc/Th="Value" For RCP: Rating="-". Sc/Th="Value" This type of component is used to represent "simple" slide valves from catalog data.April 2002 TNF=P25A. Sc/Th="NREQD" For RCP: Rating="-". Check valve (in-line) (directional) Short pattern. P60A & P60B Beveled ends For GCP: Rating="Value". Sc/Th="NREQD" For RCP: Rating="-". Angle valve (in-line) Any of the model codes for angle valves may be used under this AABBCC code. 6Q1C37. Sc/Th="-" TNF=P26A.

full port lift check valve (no operator) (MC=CKLF) (SN=V38) TNF=P15A & P59 Socket ends Socketwelded ends Female threaded ends For GCP: Rating="Value". Sc/Th="Value" For RCP: Rating="-". Sc/Th="NREQD" For RCP: Rating="Value". female ends. female ends. Sc/Th="-" TNF=P15A & P59 Mechanical joint ends For GCP: Rating="Value". Sc/Th="NREQD" For RCP: Rating="-". Sc/Th="-" TNF=P26A & P59 Socketwelded/female threaded ends For GCP: Rating="Value". Sc/Th="NREQD" For RCP: Rating="-". Sc/Th="NREQD" Regular pattern. Sc/Th="-" Long pattern. Sc/Th="-" TNF=P26A & P59 Socketwelded/female threaded ends For GCP: Rating="Value". Sc/Th="NREQD" Long pattern. Sc/Th="NREQD" or "Value" For RCP: Rating="-". Sc/Th="-" TNF=P15A & P59 Mechanical joint ends For GCP: Rating="Value". Sc/Th="NREQD" For RCP: Rating="-". Sc/Th="-" Valves (6Q1C) B. reduced port lift check valve (no operator) (MC=CKLR) (SN=V38) TNF=P15A & P59 Socket ends Socketwelded ends Female threaded ends For GCP: Rating="Value". Sc/Th="NREQD" or "Value" For RCP: Rating="-". Commodity Discussions 73 . bolted or male ends swing check valve (no operator) (MC=CKS) (SN=V38) TNF=P15A & P59 Flanged ends For GCP: Rating="Value". Sc/Th="-" TNF=P15A & P59 Male grooved ends For GCP: Rating="Value". Sc/Th="NREQD" For RCP: Rating="-". Sc/Th="-" TNF=P15A & P59 Beveled ends For GCP: Rating="Value"._ _______________ Appendix B: TNF=P15A & P59 Flanged ends For GCP: Rating="Value". Sc/Th="NREQD" For RCP: Rating="Value". Sc/Th="NREQD" For RCP: Rating="-".

Sc/Th="NREQD" Regular pattern. Sc/Th="-" Regular pattern. Sc/Th="-" TNF=P15A & P59 Beveled ends For GCP: Rating="Value". full port swing check valve (no operator) (MC=CKSF) (SN=V38) TNF=P15A & P59 Socket ends Socketwelded ends Female threaded ends For GCP: Rating="Value". Sc/Th="NREQD" For RCP: Rating="-". Sc/Th="NREQD" For RCP: Rating="Value". Sc/Th="NREQD" or "Value" For RCP: Rating="-". Sc/Th="Value" For RCP: Rating="-". Sc/Th="NREQD" For RCP: Rating="Value". Sc/Th="-" TNF=P15A & P59 Mechanical joint ends For GCP: Rating="Value".April 2002 TNF=P15A & P59 Beveled ends For GCP: Rating="Value". female ends. reduced port swing check valve (no operator) (MC=CKSR) (SN=V38) TNF=P15A & P59 Socket ends Socketwelded ends Female threaded ends For GCP: Rating="Value". Y-swing check valve (no operator) (MC=CKSY) (SN=V38) TNF=P15A & P59 Flanged ends Socket ends Socketwelded ends Female threaded ends For GCP: Rating="Value". Sc/Th="-" 74 ._ _______________ PDS Piping Component Data . Sc/Th="-" TNF=P26A & P59 Socketwelded/female threaded ends For GCP: Rating="Value". female ends. Sc/Th="NREQD" Regular pattern. Sc/Th="-" TNF=P26A & P59 Socketwelded/female threaded ends For GCP: Rating="Value". Sc/Th="Value" For RCP: Rating="-". Sc/Th="-" TNF=P15A & P59 Male grooved ends For GCP: Rating="Value". Sc/Th="NREQD" For RCP: Rating="-". Sc/Th="NREQD" For RCP: Rating="-". Sc/Th="NREQD" For RCP: Rating="-".

_ _______________ Appendix B: TNF=P15A & P59 Male grooved ends For GCP: Rating="Value". B. Sc/Th="-" 75 . Sc/Th="-" Short pattern wafer check valve (no operator) (MC=CKWFSP) (SN=V26) TNF=P15A & P59 Thru-bolted ends Thru-bolted ends with integral gaskets Thru-bolted with cap-screw ends Thru-bolted with cap-screw ends with integral gaskets For GCP: Rating="Value". Sc/Th="-" TNF=P26A & P59 Socketwelded/female threaded ends For GCP: Rating="Value". Sc/Th="NREQD" For RCP: Rating="-". Sc/Th="NREQD" For RCP: Rating="-". Sc/Th="-" TNF=P26A & P59 Socketwelded/female threaded ends For GCP: Rating="Value". Wafer check valve (in-line) (directional) Long pattern wafer check valve (no operator) (MC=CKWF) (SN=V26) TNF=P15A & P59 Thru-bolted ends Thru-bolted ends with integral gaskets Thru-bolted with cap-screw ends Thru-bolted with cap-screw ends with integral gaskets For GCP: Rating="Value". Sc/Th="NREQD" For RCP: Rating="-". Y reduced port lift check valve (no operator) (MC=CKLRY) (SN=V38) TNF=P15A & P59 Socket ends Socketwelded ends Female threaded ends For GCP: Rating="Value". Sc/Th="NREQD" For RCP: Rating="-". Sc/Th="NREQD" Regular pattern. Sc/Th="NREQD" For RCP: Rating="-". Angle check valve (in-line) (directional) Short pattern. Commodity Discussions 6Q1C40. Sc/Th="NREQD" For RCP: Rating="Value". female ends. Sc/Th="-" The graphics for the operator used with a butterfly valve will distinguish that valve from a wafer check valve. Sc/Th="NREQD" For RCP: Rating="Value". angle lift check valve (no operator) (MC=CKALSP) (SN=V40) TNF=P15A & P59 Flanged ends For GCP: Rating="Value". Sc/Th="NREQD" Valves (6Q1C) 6Q1C39.

Sc/Th="-" 6Q1C42. Sc/Th="Value" For RCP: Rating="-".April 2002 TNF=P15A & P59 Beveled ends For GCP: Rating="Value". or P15A. Sc/Th="NREQD" For RCP: Rating="-". or P15A. Stop check valve (in-line) (directional) Stop check valve (MC=CKST) (SN=V41) TNF=P15A. or P15A._ _______________ PDS Piping Component Data . P60A & P60B Flanged ends Socketwelded ends Female threaded ends For GCP: Rating="Value". Sc/Th="Value" For RCP: Rating="-". Sc/Th="Value" For RCP: Rating="-". Sc/Th="-" TNF=P15A. P60A & P60B Beveled ends For GCP: Rating="Value". P31A & P59. P60A & P60B Beveled ends For GCP: Rating="Value". P31A & P59. Sc/Th="NREQD" For RCP: Rating="-". Sc/Th="-" TNF=P15A. Sc/Th="-" Long pattern. Sc/Th="NREQD" For RCP: Rating="-". Sc/Th="-" TNF=P15A & P59 Beveled ends For GCP: Rating="Value". P31A & P59. Sc/Th="Value" For RCP: Rating="-". angle lift check valve (no operator) (MC=CKAL) (SN=V40) TNF=P15A & P59 Flanged ends Socketwelded ends Female threaded ends For GCP: Rating="Value". Angle stop check valve (in-line) (directional) Angle stop check valve (MC=CKAST) (SN=V42) TNF=P15A. Sc/Th="-" 6Q1C41. P60A & P60B Flanged ends Socketwelded ends Female threaded ends For GCP: Rating="Value". P31A & P59. Sc/Th="-" 76 . or P15A.

Commodity Discussions Backflow preventer (no operator) (MC=CKBP) (SN=V38) TNF=P15A & P59 Flanged ends Female threaded ends For GCP: Rating="Value". Sc/Th="NREQD" For RCP: Rating="-". Sc/Th="NREQD" For RCP: Rating="Value"._ _______________ Appendix B: The graphics for the valve operator will distinguish an angle stop check valve from a stop check valve. Sc/Th="NREQD" For RCP: Rating="-". Sc/Th="NREQD" 77 . Automatic recirculation valve (in-line) (directional) Automatic recirculation valve (no operator) (MC=CKAR) (SN=V51) TNF=P26A & P59 Flanged/flanged ends For GCP: Rating="Value". Sc/Th="Value" For RCP: Rating="Value". Sc/Th="-" TNF=P15A. P31A & P59. Sc/Th="NREQD" TNF=P27A & P59 Beveled/flanged ends For GCP: Rating="Value". Y stop check valve (in-line) (directional) Y stop check valve (MC=CKYST) (SN=V41) TNF=P15A. Valves (6Q1C) 6Q1C43. Sc/Th="-" 6Q1C51. Sc/Th="-" 6Q1C50. P60A & P60B Beveled ends For GCP: Rating="Value". P31A & P59. or P15A. P60A & P60B Flanged ends Socketwelded ends Female threaded ends For GCP: Rating="Value". or P15A. Backflow preventer (in-line) (directional) B. Sc/Th="Value" For RCP: Rating="-".

Pinch valve (in-line) Pinch valve (MC=PIN) (SN=V1) TNF=P15A. P60A & P60B Flanged ends Socketwelded ends Female threaded ends For GCP: Rating="Value". Sc/Th="NREQD" For RCP: Rating="-". P31A & P59. or P15A. Angle blowdown valve (in-line) Angle blowdown valve (MC=BDA) (SN=V12) TNF=P15A._ _______________ PDS Piping Component Data . P60A & P60B Beveled ends For GCP: Rating="Value". or P15A. Sc/Th="-" 6Q1C57. Sc/Th="NREQD" For RCP: Rating="-". Float valve (in-line) Float valve (MC=FLO) (SN=V1) TNF=P15A. or P15A. P31A & P59. P31A & P59. or P15A. P31A & P59. Sc/Th="-" TNF=P15A. P60A & P60B Flanged ends For GCP: Rating="Value". P31A & P59. Sc/Th="-" 6Q1C56. P60A & P60B Flanged ends For GCP: Rating="Value". Sc/Th="Value" For RCP: Rating="-". or P15A. Sc/Th="-" TNF=P15A. Sc/Th="-" 78 . or P15A. Sc/Th="Value" For RCP: Rating="-". P31A & P59. Sc/Th="NREQD" For RCP: Rating="-". Sc/Th="-" 6Q1C54. Y blowdown valve (in-line) Y blowdown valve (MC=BDY) (SN=V11) TNF=P15A. P60A & P60B Flanged ends Socketwelded ends Female threaded ends For GCP: Rating="Value". P60A & P60B Beveled ends For GCP: Rating="Value". Sc/Th="NREQD" For RCP: Rating="-".April 2002 6Q1C53.

Deluge valve (in-line) Deluge valve (no operator) (MC=DEL) (SN=V1) TNF=P15A & P59 Flanged ends Female threaded ends For GCP: Rating="Value". Sc/Th="NREQD" TNF=P27A. Sc/Th="NREQD" For RCP: Rating="-". Sc/Th="-" 6Q1C72. Foot valve (in-line) (directional) Foot valve (no operator) (MC=FOOT) (SN=V58) TNF=P15A & P59 Flanged end Female threaded end For GCP: Rating="Value". Sc/Th="NREQD" For RCP: Rating="Value". Sc/Th="NREQD" For RCP: Rating="Value". Sc/Th="NREQD" For RCP: Rating="Value". Hose valve (in-line) Hose valve (MC=HOS) (SN=V72) TNF=P15A. P31A & P59. Sc/Th="NREQD" For RCP: Rating="-". Tank drain valve (in-line) (directional) Tank drain valve (MC=TKDR) (SN=V62) TNF=P26A. Sc/Th="NREQD" For RCP: Rating="-". This was required by the fact that for some vendors. or P26A. P60A & P60B Flanged ends For GCP: Rating="Value". P31A & P59 Male hose/female threaded ends For GCP: Rating="Value". P31A & P59 Male threaded/male hose ends For GCP: Rating="Value". Sc/Th="-" 6Q1C62. Commodity Discussions 6Q1C69._ _______________ Appendix B: Valves (6Q1C) 6Q1C58. P31A & P59 Female threaded ends For GCP: Rating="Value". these valves have ends with different diameters. Sc/Th="-" TNF=P26A. Sc/Th="NREQD" 79 . B. Sc/Th="NREQD" Note that this valve has been defined to require definition of data about both the GCP and the RCP.

_ _______________ PDS Piping Component Data . A piping materials class should include instrument root valves for all instrument detail situations requiring isolation. Sc/Th="-" TNF=P26A. 6Q1C80. to a pipe fitting or to a plain section of piping. They may be of any of the types described elsewhere in this section. Instrument root valve (in-line) Instrument root valves are defined as those 2-way valves which are used to isolate off-line instruments (P&ID definition) from the equipment or piping to which they are connected. including consideration that the instrument may be connected to a nozzle. Sc/Th="NREQD" For RCP: Rating="Value". Vent-drain valve (in-line) Vent/drain valves are defined as those valves which are intended for the venting or draining of piping and/or instruments. They are chosen from a piping materials class. Sc/Th="NREQD" 6Q1C76. Angle hose valve (in-line) Angle hose valve (MC=HOSA) (SN=V73) TNF=P15A. in the venting or draining of equipment. Sc/Th="NREQD" For RCP: Rating="-". They often have end preparations which differ from those of the regular in-line valves in the piping materials class. P31A & P59 Male hose/female threaded ends For GCP: Rating="Value". P31A & P59 Female threaded ends For GCP: Rating="Value". the need for coordination with instrument root valves that have been "implied" as part of P&ID instrument components must be carefully considered. Any of the model codes for 2-way valves may be used under this AABBCC code. P31A & P59 Male threaded/male hose ends For GCP: Rating="Value". In defining instrument root valves in a piping materials class. Any of the model codes for 2-way valves may be used under this AABBCC code. They may be. Sc/Th="NREQD" TNF=P27A. but most often are not used. Sc/Th="NREQD" For RCP: Rating="Value". 80 .April 2002 6Q1C73.

Sc/Th="NREQD" For RCP: Rating="Value". 3-way instrument root valve (in-line) 3-way instrument root valve type 1 (MC=3WRV1) (SN=V81) 3-way instrument root valves are defined as those 3-way valves which are used to isolate off-line instruments (P&ID definition) from the equipment or piping to which they are connected._ _______________ Appendix B: Valves (6Q1C) 6Q1C81. Sc/Th="NREQD" For RCP: Rating="Value". A piping materials class should include 3-way instrument root valves for all applicable instrument detail situations requiring isolation. P31A & P59 Socketwelded/socketwelded ends Female threaded/female threaded ends For GCP: Rating="Value". P31A & P59 Male threaded/socketwelded ends Male threaded/female threaded ends Plain/socketwelded ends Plain/female threaded ends For GCP: Rating="Value". 4-way instrument root valve (yn-line) 4-way instrument root valve type 1 (MC=4WRV1) (SN=V82) 4-way instrument root valves are defined as those 4-way valves which are used to isolate off-line instruments (P&ID definition) from the equipment or piping to which they are connected. Sc/Th="NREQD" For RCP: Rating="Value". Sc/Th="NREQD" TNF=P26A. TNF=P27A. Commodity Discussions 6Q1C82. A piping materials class should include 4-way instrument root valves for all applicable instrument detail situations requiring isolation. Sc/Th="NREQD" For RCP: Rating="Value". TNF=P27A. P31A & P59 Socketwelded/socketwelded ends Female threaded/female threaded ends For GCP: Rating="Value". Sc/Th="NREQD" B. Sc/Th="NREQD" 81 . P31A & P59 Male threaded/socketwelded ends Male threaded/female threaded ends Plain/socketwelded ends Plain/female threaded ends For GCP: Rating="Value". Sc/Th="NREQD" TNF=P26A.

The empty weight of the component is included in a table with format P51. The dependent variables are surface area. GCP=Male If only green connect point data appears in the definition of the component in the Piping Job Specification and if the connect point is a male termination type. If columns available in the above table were insufficient to allow definition of all the applicable dimensional parameters. the following applies: General data about the component is included in a table with format P11A._ _______________ PDS Piping Component Data . For each component in the piping commodities part of the Piping Job Specification.3 On-line Fittings (6P2C) and In-line Fittings (6Q2C) The applicability of the above AABB codes is as defined below for each component type. The name of the P11B table is comprised of the following parameters from the piping commodities part of the Piping Job Specification: MC GS Term(G)_B The only independent variable in this table is the nominal diameter of the green connect point of the component. component specific data is defined in tables. The Piping Component Model Entity and the Piping Component Analysis Entity will apply to these classes of piping components. The dependent variables are those dimensional parameters required to display the component in the model that were not included in the P11A table. The AABBCC code for fittings will consist of the applicable AABB code.1. 6P2C or 6Q2C. weight of water plus all those dimensional parameters required to display the component in the model whose values are not defined in a generic table.April 2002 B. The name of this table is comprised of the following parameters from the piping commodities part of the Piping Job Specification: MC GS Term(G) A The only independent variable in this table is the nominal diameter of the green connect point of the component. The name of this table is comprised of the following parameters from the piping commodities part of the Piping Job Specification: MC GS Term(G)_Sc/Th(G)_WC The only independent variable in this table is the nominal diameter of the green connect point of the component. as follows: Green Connect Point Data Only. followed by the two numbers for the specific type of fitting. The only dependent variable is empty weight of the component. the remaining parameters are included in a table with format P11B. 82 .

GCP≠Male If only green connect point data appears in the definition of the component in the Piping Job Specification and if the connect point is not a male termination type. The empty weight of the component is included in a table with format P52._ _______________ Appendix B: On-line Fittings (6P2C) and In-line Fittings (6Q2C) Green Connect Point Data Only. The dependent variables are surface area. The name of this table is comprised of the following parameters from the piping commodities part of the Piping Job Specification: MC GS Term(G) Rat(G) A The only independent variable in this table is the nominal diameter of the green connect point of the component. 83 . the green connect point is not a male termination type and the red connect point is a male termination type. The dependent variables are those dimensional parameters required to display the component in the model that were not included in the P15A table. the remaining parameters are included in a table with format P15B. If columns available in the above table were insufficient to allow definition of all the applicable dimensional parameters. the following applies: General data about the component is included in a table with format P25A. the following applies: General data about the component is included in a table with format P15A. The name of the P15B table is comprised of the following parameters from the piping commodities part of the Piping Job Specification: MC GS Term(G) Rat(G) B B. The dependent variables are surface area. The only dependent variable is empty weight of the component. Commodity Discussions The only independent variable in this table is the nominal diameter of the green connect point of the component. The name of this table is comprised of the following parameters from the piping commodities part of the Piping Job Specification: MC GS Term(G)_Rat(G) Term(R)_A The independent variables in this table are the nominal diameters of the green and red connect points of the component. weight of water plus all those dimensional parameters required to display the component in the model whose values are not defined in a generic table. GCP≠Male. The name of this table is comprised of the following parameters from the piping commodities part of the Piping Job Specification: MC GS Term(G)_Rat(G) Sc/Th(G)_WC The only independent variable in this table is the nominal diameter of the green connect point of the component. weight of water plus all those dimensional parameters required to display the component in the model whose values are not defined in a generic table. Green and Red Connect Point Data. RCP=Male If both green and red connect point data appear in the definition of the component in the Piping Job Specification.

The name of the P25B table is comprised of the following parameters from the piping commodities part of the Piping Job Specification: MC GS Term(G)_Rat(G) Term(R)_B The independent variables in this table are the nominal diameters of the green and red connect points of the component. The empty weight of the component is included in a table with format P62. If columns available in the above table were insufficient to allow definition of all the applicable dimensional parameters. The only dependent variable is empty weight of the component. RCP≠Male If both green and red connect point data appear in the definition of the component in the piping commodities part of the Piping Job Specification and neither the green nor the "red" connect points are male termination types._ _______________ PDS Piping Component Data . The name of this table is comprised of the following parameters from the piping commodities part of the Piping Job Specification: MC GS Term(G)_Rat(G) Term(R)_Rat(R) A The independent variables in this table are the nominal diameters of the green and red connect points of the component. The name of the P26B table is comprised of the following parameters from the piping commodities part of the Piping Job Specification: MC GS Term(G)_Rat(G) Term(R)_Rat(R) B The independent variables in this table are the nominal diameters of the green and red connect points of the component. weight of water plus all those dimensional parameters required to display the component in the model whose values are not defined in a generic table. Green and Red Connect Point Data. The name of this table is comprised of the following parameters from the piping commodities part of the Piping Job Specification: MC GS Term(G)_Rat(G) Term(R)_Rat/Sc/Th(R)_WC The independent variables in this table are the nominal diameters of the green and red connect points of the component. The dependent variables are surface area. GCP≠Male.April 2002 If columns available in the above table were insufficient to allow definition of all the applicable dimensional parameters. The name of this table is comprised of the following parameters from the piping commodities part of the Piping Job Specification: 84 . The dependent variables are those dimensional parameters required to display the component in the model that were not included in the P25A table. The empty weight of the component is included in a table with format P61. the remaining parameters are included in a table with format P25B. the following applies: General data about the component is included in a table with format P26A. the remaining parameters are included in a table with format P26B. The dependent variables are those dimensional parameters required to display the component in the model that were not included in the P26A table.

GCP=Male. If columns available in the above table were insufficient to allow definition of all the applicable dimensional parameters. The dependent variables are those dimensional parameters required to display the component in the model that were not included in the P21A table. B. TOL. LOL. the following applies: General data about the component is included in a table with format P21A. The only dependent variable is empty weight of the component. weight of water plus all those dimensional parameters required to display the component in the model whose values are not defined in a generic table. The name of this table is comprised of the following parameters from the piping commodities part of the Piping Job Specification: MC GS Term(G) Term(R) A The independent variables in this table are the nominal diameters of the green and red connect points of the component. MC≠WOL. SOL. TOL. SOL. EOL. Commodity Discussions 85 . On-line Fittings (6P2C) and In-line Fittings (6Q2C) Green and Red Connect Point Data. The name of the P21B table is comprised of the following parameters from the piping commodities part of the Piping Job Specification: MC GS Term(G) Term(R) B The independent variables in this table are the nominal diameters of the green and red connect points of the component. EOL. RPAD* or RWELD* If both green and red connect point data appear in the definition of the component in the Piping Job Specification and both the green and red connect points are male termination type and the model code is not WOL. LOL. The dependent variables are surface area. the remaining parameters are included in a table with format P21B. The only dependent variable is empty weight of the component. NOL. RCP=Male. NOL. RPAD* or RWELD*._ _______________ Appendix B: MC_GS_Term(G) Rat(G) Term(R) Rat(R) Sc/Th(R)_WC The independent variables in this table are the nominal diameters of the green and red connect points of the component. The name of this table is comprised of the following parameters from the piping commodities part of the Piping Job Specification: MC_GS_Term(G) Sc/Th(G) Term(R) Sc/Th(R)_WC The independent variables in this table are the nominal diameters of the green and red connect points of the component. The empty weight of the component is included in a table with format P63.

EOL LOL. SOL. If columns available in the above table were insufficient to allow definition of all the applicable dimensional parameters. RCP=Male or Female. The name of this table is comprised of the following parameters from the piping commodities part of the Piping Job Specification: MC_GS_Term(G) Sc/Th(G) Term(R) Rat(R)_WC The independent variables in this table are the nominal diameters of the green and red connect points of the component. MC≠WOL. The only dependent variable is empty weight of the component. the green connect point is a male termination type. GCP=Male. GCP=Male. RCP≠Male. TOL. the following applies: 86 . SOL. NOL. EOL or LOL If both green and red connect point data appear in the definition of the component in the Piping Job Specification. the red connect point is either a male or a female termination type and the model code is WOL. the remaining parameters are included in a table with format P27B. the red connect point is not a male termination type and the model code is not WOL. the following applies: General data about the component is included in a table with format P27A. SOL. RPAD* or RWELD* If both green and red connect point data appear in the definition of the component in the Piping Job Specification.April 2002 Green and Red Connect Point Data. TOL. Green and Red Connect Point Data._ _______________ PDS Piping Component Data . The name of the P27B table is comprised of the following parameters from the piping commodities part of the Piping Job Specification: MC_GS_Term(G) Term(R) Rat(R) B The independent variables in this table are the nominal diameters of the green and red connect points of the component. SOL. The dependent variables are those dimensional parameters required to display the component in the model that were not included in the P27A table. TOL. The name of this table is comprised of the following parameters from the piping commodities part of the Piping Job Specification: MC_GS_Term(G) Term(R) Rat(R) A The independent variables in this table are the nominal diameters of the green and red connect points of the component. MC=WOL. NOL. NOL. TOL. The empty weight of the component is included in a table with format P64. weight of water plus all those dimensional parameters required to display the component in the model whose values are not defined in a generic table. RPAD* or RWELD*. NOL. the green connect point is a male termination type. EOL LOL. EOL or LOL. The dependent variables are surface area.

The empty weight of the component is included in a table with format P65. Commodity Discussions Green and Red Connect Point Data. B. On-line Fittings (6P2C) and In-line Fittings (6Q2C) If columns available in the above table were insufficient to allow definition of all the applicable dimensional parameters. GCP=Male. MC=RPAD*. RCP=Male. The name of this table is comprised of the following parameters: MC_GS_BrchTbl Angle A The values for these parameters are derived from: — MC and GS from the piping commodities part of the Piping Job Specification — BrchTbl from the piping classes part of the Piping Job Specification — The "angle" of intersection between the header and the branch from data in the design file. The name of this table is comprised of the following parameters from the piping commodities part of the Piping Job Specification: MC_GS_Term(G) Sc/Th(G) Term(R) Rat/Sc/Th(R) A The independent variables in this table are the nominal diameters of the green and red connect points of the component. the following applies: General data about the component is included in a table with format P29A. The dependent variables are surface area. The name of the P28B table is comprised of the following parameters from the piping commodities part of the Piping Job Specification: MC_GS_Term(G) Sc/Th(G) Term(R) Rat/Sc/Th(R) B The independent variables in this table are the nominal diameters of the green and red connect points of the component. 87 . RWELD* If both green and red connect point data appear in the definition of the component in the Piping Job Specification and both the green and the red connect points are male termination types and the model code is RPAD* or RWELD*. weight of water plus all those dimensional parameters required to display the component in the model whose values are not defined in a generic table. the remaining parameters are included in a table with format P28B. The only dependent variable is empty weight of the component._ _______________ Appendix B: General data about the component is included in a table with format P28A. The dependent variables are those dimensional parameters required to display the component in the model that were not included in the P28A table. The name of this table is comprised of the following parameters from the piping commodities part of the Piping Job Specification: MC_GS_Term(G) Sc/Th(G) Term(R) Rat/Sc/Th(R)_WC The independent variables in this table are the nominal diameters of the green and red connect points of the component.

weight of water plus all those dimensional parameters required to display the component in the model whose values are not defined in a generic table. for a description of the table formats. Unless otherwise indicated.4. The AABBCC code for fittings will consist of the applicable AABB code. the GCP and RCP rating and schedule/thickness that needs to be provided in the Piping Job Specification has been listed. Model Graphics Definitions. 6P2C or 6Q2C. Sc/Th="NREQD" For RCP: Rating="Value". AABBCC Description 6Q2C01. Refer to Section 4. CP rating and table suffix of the applicable CP of the mating component or equipment nozzle. The definition of piping fittings is continued under piping component classes 6P3C and 6Q3C defined in paragraph C1. all fittings are automatically placed in the Piping Task during automatic component placement. Components to be placed automatically by the system will be selected to match the CP preparation. Sc/Th="NREQD" For RCP: Rating="Value". To supply data required for stress analysis purposes. followed by the two numbers for the specific type of fitting. These values are required for one or more of the reasons indicated below and will not necessarily be part of the names of the tables that include data about the component. Sc/Th="Value" Slip-on flange (MC=FSO) (SN=F1A) 88 . To access data tables. Under the description of each table format applicable to each component type.April 2002 The independent variables in this table are the nominal diameters of the green and red connect points of the component. Sc/Th="Value" Long weld neck flange (MC=FLWN) (SN=F1A) TNF=P25A & P61 Flanged/beveled ends For GCP: Rating="Value". Flange (in-line) Weld neck flange (MC=FWN) (SN=F1A) TNF=P25A & P61 Flanged/beveled ends For GCP: Rating="Value"._ _______________ PDS Piping Component Data . These components do not require an overflow table. The empty weight of these component will not be considered. The dependent variables are surface area. To procure the component.

Sc/Th="NREQD" For RCP: Rating="-". Commodity Discussions TNF=P25A & P61 Flanged/beveled ends For GCP: Rating="Value". plate flange (MC=FSSPL) (SN=F1A) TNF=P25A & P61 Flanged/beveled ends For GCP: Rating="Value". slip-on flange (MC=FLSSO) (SN=F1A) TNF=P25A & P61 Flanged/beveled ends For GCP: Rating="Value". Sc/Th="NREQD" For RCP: Rating="Value". Sc/Th="Value" Long-stub-end. Sc/Th="NREQD" For RCP: Rating="Value". Sc/Th="NREQD" For RCP: Rating="Value". Sc/Th="Value" Long-stub-end. Sc/Th="-" 89 . Sc/Th="Value" Plate flange (MC=FPL) (SN=F1A) TNF=P25A & P61 Flanged/plain ends For GCP: Rating="Value". Sc/Th="NREQD" For RCP: Rating="Value". lap joint flange (MC=FLSL) (SN=F1A) TNF=P25A & P61 Flanged/beveled ends For GCP: Rating="Value". Sc/Th="Value" Short-stub-end. Sc/Th="NREQD" For RCP: Rating="Value". Sc/Th="NREQD" Lap joint flange (MC=FL) (SN=F1A) TNF=P25A & P61 Flanged/plain ends For GCP: Rating="Value". Sc/Th="NREQD" For RCP: Rating="Value". Sc/Th="Value" Short-stub-end. Sc/Th="NREQD" For RCP: Rating="Value". Sc/Th="NREQD" For RCP: Rating="Value". Sc/Th="Value" Filler flange (MC=FFIL) (SN=F1A) TNF=P15A & P52 Flanged ends For GCP: Rating="Value"._ _______________ Appendix B: TNF=P25A & P61 Flanged/plain ends For GCP: Rating="Value". lap joint flange (MC=FSSL) (SN=F1A) On-line Fittings (6P2C) and In-line Fittings (6Q2C) B. Sc/Th="Value" Short-stub-end. slip-on flange (MC=FSSSO) (SN=F1A) TNF=P25A & P61 Flanged/beveled ends For GCP: Rating="Value".

If during 90 . error message GMXXX is returned. if applicable. Sc/Th="Value" Threaded flange (MC=FTHD) (SN=F1A) TNF=P26A & P62 Flanged/female threaded ends For GCP: Rating="Value". Sc/Th="NREQD" For RCP: Rating="Value". o During automatic component placement. the piping software will refuse to attach slip-on or lap-joint flanges without stub-ends to any kind of fitting. During automatic placement of flanges. a second one that will lead to an acceptable flange type for attachment to a fitting. If it does. if it does not. using the "*" prefix method. If a match is not found. For piping materials classes with slip-on or lap-joint flanges. the system will search for the next occurrence of the AABBCC code. Sc/Th="NREQD" Flanged connecting piece (MC=FCP) (SN=F1A) TNF=P25A & P61 Flanged/plain ends For GCP: Rating="Value". CP rating and table suffix of its previously placed mate. Sc/Th="NREQD" For RCP: Rating="Value". A value is provided in the "rating" field to minimize the number of weight tables required to define these components. The stub-end is defined as its implied component. Sc/Th="Value" The following comments apply to the above items: o The "rating" for the RCP. regardless of the CP preparation involved. the flange is defined in the piping materials class as the primary component. is the same as for the flange itself. all user-placed components that have flanged ends must be placed in the model. o Prior to the automatic placement of flanges. the system will determine whether the flange being placed shares the CP preparation. the flange being placed is accepted. Sc/Th="NREQD" For RCP: Rating="Value". Only attachment of a slip-on or lap-joint flange to a plain section of pipe is allowed. two flanges are defined: a first one that will lead to a slip-on or lap-joint flange. Sc/Th="NREQD" For RCP: Rating="Value". Sc/Th="Value" Socketwelded flange (MC=FSW) (SN=F1A) TNF=P26A & P62 Flanged/socketwelded ends For GCP: Rating="Value"._ _______________ PDS Piping Component Data .April 2002 Socket flange (MC=FS) (SN=F1A) TNF=P26A & P62 Flanged/socket ends For GCP: Rating="Value". o For flanges placed together with stub-ends. The checking process is repeated until a match is found.

Sc/Th="NREQD" Plate reducing flange (MC=FRPL) (SN=F1A) TNF=P25A & P61 Flanged/plain ends For GCP: Rating="Value". Sc/Th="NREQD" For RCP: Rating="Value". the system refuses to attach the first flange selected because of the above criteria. Sc/Th="NREQD" For RCP: Rating="Value". B. On-line Fittings (6P2C) and In-line Fittings (6Q2C) 6Q2C03. Sc/Th="NREQD" For RCP: Rating="Value". Sc/Th="NREQD" For RCP: Rating="Value". Sc/Th="NREQD" For RCP: Rating="Value". if applicable. Commodity Discussions 91 . Reducing flange (in-line) (not-automatic) Weld neck reducing flange (MC=FRWN) (SN=F1A) TNF=P25A & P61 Flanged/beveled ends For GCP: Rating="Value". A value is provided in the "rating" field to minimize the number of weight tables required to define these components. is the same as for the flange itself. Sc/Th="NREQD" Socket reducing flange (MC=FRS) (SN=F1A) TNF=P26A & P62 Flanged/socket ends For GCP: Rating="Value". Sc/Th="NREQD" The following comments apply to the above items: o The "rating" for the RCP. Sc/Th="Value" Slip-on reducing flange (MC=FRSO) (SN=F1A) TNF=P25A & P61 Flanged/plain ends For GCP: Rating="Value". Sc/Th="Value" Socketwelded reducing flange (MC=FRSW) (SN=F1A) TNF=P26A & P62 Flanged/socketwelded ends For GCP: Rating="Value". a new search is made in the piping materials class for the second flange. Sc/Th="Value" Threaded reducing flange (MC=FRTHD) (SN=F1A) TNF=P26A & P62 Flanged/female threaded ends For GCP: Rating="Value"._ _______________ Appendix B: automatic component placement. regardless of the CP preparation involved. Sc/Th="NREQD" For RCP: Rating="Value".

Sc/Th="NREQD" For RCP: Rating="Value". Orifice flange (in-line) (not-automatic) Weld neck orifice flange w/0. Sc/Th="Value" Weld neck orifice flange w/0.5inch threaded taps (MC=FOSOA) (SN=F6) TNF=P25A & P61 Flanged/plain ends For GCP: Rating="Value".5inch socketwelded taps (MC=FOWNAW) (SN=F6) TNF=P25A & P61 Flanged/beveled ends For GCP: Rating="Value". Sc/Th="NREQD" The following comments apply to the above item: o The "rating" for the GCP. Sc/Th="NREQD" For RCP: Rating="Value".75inch threaded taps (MC=FOWNB) (SN=F6) TNF=P25A & P61 Flanged/beveled ends For GCP: Rating="Value"._ _______________ PDS Piping Component Data .5inch threaded taps (MC=FOWNA) (SN=F6) TNF=P25A & P61 Flanged/beveled ends For GCP: Rating="Value". Sc/Th="Value" Slip-on orifice flange w/0. Sc/Th="Value" For RCP: Rating="Value". Sc/Th="Value" Weld neck orifice flange w/0. 6Q2C06. is the same as for the flange itself. Sc/Th="NREQD" For RCP: Rating="Value".April 2002 6Q2C04. regardless of the CP preparation involved.75inch socketwelded taps (MC=FOWNBW) (SN=F6) TNF=P25A & P61 Flanged/beveled ends For GCP: Rating="Value". if applicable. Sc/Th="Value" Weld neck orifice flange w/0. Sc/Th="NREQD" 92 . Sc/Th="NREQD" For RCP: Rating="Value". Expander flange (in-line) (not-automatic) Weld neck expander flange (MC=FEWN) (SN=F4) TNF=P27A & P64 Beveled/flanged ends For GCP: Rating="Value". Sc/Th="NREQD" For RCP: Rating="Value".

Sc/Th="NREQD" For RCP: Rating="Value".5inch threaded taps (MC=FOSWA) (SN=F6) On-line Fittings (6P2C) and In-line Fittings (6Q2C) B. Sc/Th="NREQD" For RCP: Rating="Value". Sc/Th="NREQD" For RCP: Rating="Value".75inch socketwelded taps (MC=FOSOBW) (SN=F6) TNF=P25A & P61 Flanged/plain ends For GCP: Rating="Value". Sc/Th="Value" Socketwelded orifice flange w/0.75inch socketwelded taps (MC=FOSWBW) (SN=F6) TNF=P26A & P62 Flanged/socketwelded ends For GCP: Rating="Value". Commodity Discussions TNF=P26A & P62 Flanged/socketwelded ends For GCP: Rating="Value". Sc/Th="NREQD" Slip-on orifice flange w/0. Sc/Th="NREQD" Slip-on orifice flange w/0. Sc/Th="Value" Socketwelded orifice flange w/0. Sc/Th="NREQD" Socketwelded orifice flange w/0.75inch threaded taps (MC=FOSOB) (SN=F6) TNF=P25A & P61 Flanged/plain ends For GCP: Rating="Value". Sc/Th="NREQD" 93 . Sc/Th="NREQD" For RCP: Rating="Value". Sc/Th="Value" Socketwelded orifice flange w/0.5inch socketwelded taps (MC=FOSWAW) (SN=F6) TNF=P26A & P62 Flanged/socketwelded ends For GCP: Rating="Value". Sc/Th="NREQD" For RCP: Rating="Value"._ _______________ Appendix B: Slip-on orifice flange w/0.75inch threaded taps (MC=FOSWB) (SN=F6) TNF=P26A & P62 Flanged/socketwelded ends For GCP: Rating="Value".5 inch threaded taps (MC=FOTHDA) (SN=F6) TNF=P26A & P62 Flanged/female threaded ends For GCP: Rating="Value". Sc/Th="NREQD" For RCP: Rating="Value". Sc/Th="Value" Threaded orifice flange w/0. Sc/Th="NREQD" For RCP: Rating="Value".5inch socketwelded taps (MC=FOSOAW) (SN=F6) TNF=P25A & P61 Flanged/plain ends For GCP: Rating="Value". Sc/Th="NREQD" For RCP: Rating="Value".

_ _______________ PDS Piping Component Data . o The number of taps for orifice flanges. Sc/Th="NREQD" For RCP: Rating="-". regardless of the CP preparation involved. is the same as for the flange itself. This distance may not be dimensionally correct per the industry standards. Sc/Th="-" 6Q2C11.April 2002 The following comments apply to the above items: o The tap connect point is placed a distance of one-half the flange thickness from the face of the flange. "1" or "2". Blind flange (in-line) (not-automatic) Blind flange (MC=FBLD) (SN=F8) TNF=P52 Flanged end For GCP: Rating="Value". Sc/Th="NREQD" For RCP: Rating="-". will be defined in the "Mod" column of the Piping Job Specification. A value is provided in the "rating" field to minimize the number of weight tables required to define these components. if applicable. o The "rating" for the taps is derived from the entry in the applicable Taps Table with an option code of "1" and having the tap size implied in the orifice flange being placed. 6Q2C08. Closed spectacle blank (in-line) (not-automatic) Closed spectacle blank (MC=BLSPC) (SN=F10_2) TNF=P15A & P52 Thru-bolted ends Thru-bolted ends with integral gaskets For GCP: Rating="Value". Sc/Th="-" 94 . 6Q2C10. Sc/Th="-" A specific table will not be required for definition of dimensions of blind flanges. o The "rating" for the RCP. Open spectacle blank (in-line) (not-automatic) Open spectacle blank (MC=BLSPO) (SN=F10_1) TNF=P15A & P52 Thru-bolted ends Thru-bolted ends with integral gaskets For GCP: Rating="Value". Only these values are acceptable. The user must modify the Eden if exact coordinates are required for tap locations. Sc/Th="NREQD" For RCP: Rating="-".

B. Sc/Th="-" Two-sided tapered spacer (MC=T2SPA) (SN=F14B) TNF=P15A & P52 Thru-bolted ends Thru-bolted ends with integral gaskets For GCP: Rating="Value". Sc/Th="NREQD" For RCP: Rating="-". Blind spacer (in-line) (not-automatic) Paddle blank (MC=BLPAD) (SN=F13) TNF=P15A & P52 Thru-bolted ends Thru-bolted ends with integral gaskets For GCP: Rating="Value". Sc/Th="NREQD" For RCP: Rating="-". Sc/Th="-" 6Q2C14. Sc/Th="-" The included angle of tapered spacers is determined by the system from data in the design file and is supplied to the component definition without need of user intervention. Sc/Th="NREQD" For RCP: Rating="-". Sc/Th="-" 95 . Commodity Discussions 6Q2C15. Sc/Th="NREQD" For RCP: Rating="-". Sc/Th="-" 6Q2C13._ _______________ Appendix B: On-line Fittings (6P2C) and In-line Fittings (6Q2C) 6Q2C12. Blank disc (in-line) (not-automatic) Blank disc (MC=BDISC) (SN=F13) TNF=P15A & P52 Thru-bolted ends For GCP: Rating="Value". Tapered spacer (in-line) (not-automatic) One-sided tapered spacer (MC=T1SPA) (SN=F14A) TNF=P15A & P52 Thru-bolted ends Thru-bolted ends with integral gaskets For GCP: Rating="Value". Sc/Th="NREQD" For RCP: Rating="-". Open spacer (in-line) (not-automatic) Paddle spacer (MC=BLSPA) (SN=F13) TNF=P15A & P52 Thru-bolted ends Thru-bolted ends with integral gaskets Full-face thru-bolted ends with integral gaskets For GCP: Rating="Value".

6Q2C17. Sc/Th="-" 2:1 elliptical head (MC=HD21) (SN=F17D) TNF=P11A & P51 Beveled end For GCP: Rating="-". The piping materials classes will only include the generic end which is applicable to the vent/drain valve.April 2002 Open spacer (MC=OPSPA) (SN=F13) TNF=P15A & P52 Thru-bolted ends Thru-bolted ends with integral gaskets Full-face thru-bolted ends with integral gaskets For GCP: Rating="Value". Sc/Th="Value" For RCP: Rating="-". Sc/Th="Value" For RCP: Rating="-". Sc/Th="-" 96 . Plug (in-line) (not-automatic) Plug (MC=PLUG) (SN=F19) TNF=P11A & P51 Male threaded end Spigot end For GCP: Rating="-". End (in-line) (not-automatic) Any of the model codes for closure of a piping component may be used under this AABBCC code. Head (in-line) (not-automatic) Hemispherical head (MC=HDHEMI) (SN=F17D) TNF=P11A & P51 Beveled end For GCP: Rating="-". Sc/Th="-" 6Q2C19. Sc/Th="-" Ellipsoidal head (MC=HDELIP) (SN=F17D) TNF=P11A & P51 Beveled end For GCP: Rating="-". Sc/Th="NREQD" For RCP: Rating="-". Sc/Th="Value" For RCP: Rating="-". Sc/Th="NREQD" For RCP: Rating="-"._ _______________ PDS Piping Component Data . Sc/Th="-" 6Q2C16.

Sc/Th="NREQD" For RCP: Rating="-". Sc/Th="-" TNF=P15A & P52 Female grooved ends Push-on bell ends For GCP: Rating="Value". B. Sc/Th="-" Cap (MC=CAPOT) (SN=F19) TNF=P15A & P52 Socket end Socketwelded end Female threaded end For GCP: Rating="Value". Sc/Th="-" TNF=P15A & P52 Mechanical joint ends For GCP: Rating="Value". Sc/Th="NREQD" or "Value" For RCP: Rating="-". Coupling-connector (in-line) (not-automatic) Coupling/connector (MC=CPL) (SN=F25) TNF=P11A & P51 Beveled ends For GCP: Rating="Value". This component is used in the automatic placement of components. Sc/Th="NREQD" For RCP: Rating="-". Sc/Th="-" TNF=P15A & P52 Socket ends Socketwelded ends Female threaded ends 97 ._ _______________ Appendix B: On-line Fittings (6P2C) and In-line Fittings (6Q2C) 6Q2C21. Sc/Th="Value" For RCP: Rating="-". Cap (in-line) (not-automatic) Cap (MC=CAPBV) (SN=F17D) TNF=P11A & P51 Beveled end For GCP: Rating="-". Concentric diameter change (in-line) Any of the model codes for concentric components that allow diameter change may be used under this AABBCC code. Eccentric diameter change (in-line) (notautomatic) Any of the model codes for eccentric components that allow diameter change may be used under this AABBCC code. Commodity Discussions 6Q2C24. 6Q2C25. Sc/Th="Value" For RCP: Rating="-". Sc/Th="-" 6Q2C23.

Sc/Th="-" TNF=P25A & P61 Flanged/plain ends For GCP: Rating="Value". Sc/Th="NREQD" TNF=P25A & P61 Socket/male threaded ends For GCP: Rating="Value". Sc/Th="NREQD" or "Value" For RCP: Rating="-". Sc/Th="NREQD" 6Q2C27. Sc/Th="NREQD" For RCP: Rating="Value". Sc/Th="NREQD" or "Value" TNF=P26A & P62 Push-on bell/push-on bell ends For GCP: Rating="Value". Sc/Th="NREQD" TNF=P26A & P62 Mechanical joint/mechanical joint ends For GCP: Rating="Value". Sc/Th="NREQD" For RCP: Rating="-". Sc/Th="Value" TNF=P26A & P62 Socket/socket ends Female threaded/female threaded ends For GCP: Rating="Value". Sc/Th="NREQD" For RCP: Rating="Value". Sc/Th="NREQD" Rating="-". Sc/Th="NREQD" For RCP: Rating="Value". Sc/Th="NREQD" TNF=P25A & P61 Mechanical joint/plain ends For GCP: Rating="Value". Half coupling (in-line) (not-automatic) Half coupling (MC=CPLH) (SN=F31) TNF=P27A & P64 Plain/socket ends Plain/socketwelded ends Plain/female threaded ends For GCP: Rating="-". Concentric reducer (in-line) Concentric reducer (MC=REDC) (SN=F27) TNF=P26A & P62 Flanged/flanged ends For GCP: Rating="Value". Sc/Th="NREQD" or "Value" For RCP: Rating="Value". Sc/Th="Value" For RCP: Rating="Value". Sc/Th="Value" For RCP: Rating="-". Sc/Th="NREQD" 98 ._ _______________ PDS Piping Component Data . Sc/Th="NREQD" TNF=P26A & P62 Socket/female threaded ends For GCP: Rating="Value". Sc/Th="NREQD" 6Q2C26. Sc/Th="Value" For RCP: Rating="Value".April 2002 For GCP: For RCP: Rating="Value".

Sc/Th="NREQD" A note is required on the iso to identify the end connection sizes. Sc/Th="S-RAT" TNF=P27A & P64 Plain/mechanical joint ends For GCP: Rating="-". Sc/Th="NREQD" For RCP: Rating="Value". Sc/Th="NREQD" TNF=P21A & P63 Beveled/beveled ends Male grooved/male grooved ends Male grooved/male threaded ends For GCP: Rating="-". 6Q2C28. Commodity Discussions TNF=P27A & P64 Spigot/push-on bell ends Plain/mechanical joint bell ends Plain/push-on bell ends For GCP: Rating="-". Sc/Th="NREQD" or "Value" TNF=P21A & P63 Beveled/beveled ends Male grooved/male grooved ends For GCP: Rating="-". Sc/Th="NREQD" or "Value" For RCP: Rating="-". Sc/Th="Value" TNF=P21A & P63 Plain/plain ends For GCP: Rating="-". Eccentric reducer (in-line) (not-automatic) Eccentric reducer (MC=REDE) (SN=F28) TNF=P26A & P62 Flanged/flanged ends For GCP: Rating="Value". Sc/Th="Value" For RCP: Rating="-". Sc/Th="NREQD" or "Value" For RCP: Rating="Value". Sc/Th="Value" TNF=P26A & P62 Mechanical joint/mechanical joint ends For GCP: Rating="Value"._ _______________ Appendix B: TNF=P25A & P61 Mechanical joint/plain For GCP: Rating="Value". Sc/Th="NREQD" For RCP: Rating="-". Sc/Th="NREQD" or "Value" On-line Fittings (6P2C) and In-line Fittings (6Q2C) B. Sc/Th="Value" For RCP: Rating="-". Sc/Th="Value" A note is required on the iso to identify the end connection sizes and center line offset dimensions. Sc/Th="NREQD" For RCP: Rating="Value". Sc/Th="Value" For RCP: Rating="Value". 99 . Sc/Th="S-RAT" For RCP: Rating="-". Sc/Th="NREQD" TNF=P25A & P61 Push-on bell/plain ends For GCP: Rating="Value".

April 2002 6Q2C32. A note is required on the iso to identify the end connection sizes. A note is required on the iso to identify the end connection sizes. 100 . Reducing coupling (in-line) (not-automatic) Reducing coupling (MC=CPLR) (SN=F32) TNF=P26A & P62 Socket/socket ends Socketwelded/socketwelded ends Female threaded/female threaded ends For GCP: Rating="Value". Sc/Th="Value" CP preparation for each end will generally be determined by the piping commodities part of the Piping Job Specification. it is determined by the user during the work session. 6Q2C36. Sc/Th="Value" For RCP: Rating="-". Sc/Th="Value" CP preparation for each end will generally be determined by the piping commodities part of the Piping Job Specification. Optionally._ _______________ PDS Piping Component Data . Eccentric swage (in-line) (not-automatic) Eccentric swage (MC=SWGE) (SN=F28) TNF=P21A & P63 Beveled ends/beveled ends Beveled/male threaded ends Beveled/plain ends Male threaded/male threaded ends Male threaded/beveled ends Male threaded/plain ends Plain/plain ends Plain ends/beveled ends Plain ends/male threaded ends For GCP: Rating="-". Sc/Th="NREQD" 6Q2C35. Sc/Th="NREQD" For RCP: Rating="Value". Concentric swage (in-line) Concentric swage (MC=SWGC) (SN=F27) TNF=P21A & P63 Beveled/beveled ends Beveled/male threaded ends Beveled/plain ends Male threaded/male threaded ends Male threaded/beveled ends Male threaded/plain ends Plain/plain ends Plain ends/beveled ends Plain ends/male threaded ends For GCP: Rating="-". provide that the end has been defined as "User defined". provided that the end has been defined as "User defined". it is determined by the user during the work session. Sc/Th="Value" For RCP: Rating="-". Optionally.

Sc/Th="NREQD" TNF=P27A & P64 Male hose/female quick connect ends Male hose/female threaded ends For GCP: Rating="-". Commodity Discussions 6Q2C41. Sc/Th="Value" For RCP: Rating="Value". Sc/Th="-" B. Sc/Th="NREQD" 101 . Hose connection (in-line) (not-automatic) Hose connection (MC=HC) (SN=F43_1) TNF=P21A & P63 Male threaded/male hose ends For GCP: Rating="-". Sc/Th="NREQD" For RCP: Rating="-". Sc/Th="NREQD" 6Q2C40. Sc/Th="NREQD" For RCP: Rating="-". Orifice union (in-line) (not-automatic) Orifice union (MC=UNO) (SN=F39) TNF=P15A & P52 Socketwelded ends Female threaded ends For GCP: Rating="Value"._ _______________ Appendix B: On-line Fittings (6P2C) and In-line Fittings (6Q2C) 6Q2C39. Dielectric union (in-line) (not-automatic) Dielectric union (MC=UND) (SN=F39) TNF=P15A & P52 Socketwelded ends Female threaded ends For GCP: Rating="Value". Sc/Th="NREQD" For RCP: Rating="-". Union (in-line) (not-automatic) Union (MC=UN) (SN=F39) TNF=P15A & P52 Socket ends Socketwelded ends Female threaded ends For GCP: Rating="Value". Sc/Th="NREQD" TNF=P27A & P64 Male threaded/female quick connect ends For GCP: Rating="-". Sc/Th="-" TNF=P27A & P64 Male threaded/female threaded ends For GCP: Rating="-". Sc/Th="NREQD" For RCP: Rating="Value". Sc/Th="Value" For RCP: Rating="-". Sc/Th="-" 6Q2C43. Sc/Th="NREQD" For RCP: Rating="Value".

Sc/Th="Value" For RCP: Rating="-". Pipe bend (in-line) Pipe bend w/ straight ends (MC=PIPB) (SN=F47A) TNF=P11A Beveled ends Male threaded ends Male grooved ends Plain ends For GCP: Rating="-". Sc/Th="NREQD" For RCP: Rating="Value". Sc/Th="NREQD" For RCP: Rating="Value". Sc/Th="-" The included angle of pipe bends is determined by the system from data in the design file and is supplied to the component definition without need of user intervention. Reducing insert (in-line) (not-automatic) Reducing insert type 1 (MC=INSR1) (SN=F43_2) TNF=P27A & P64 Plain/socket ends Plain/socketwelded ends For GCP: Rating="-". Sc/Th="Value" For RCP: Rating="-". Sc/Th="-" Pipe bend w/o straight ends (MC=PIPB2) (SN=F47A) TNF=P11A Beveled ends Male threaded ends Male grooved ends Plain ends For GCP: Rating="-". 102 . Sc/Th="NREQD" Reducing insert type 2 (MC=INSR2) (SN=F43_2) TNF=P27A & P64 Plain/socket ends Plain/socketwelded ends For GCP: Rating="-". Sc/Th="NREQD" For RCP: Rating="NONE". Sc/Th="NREQD" 6Q2C47. Bushing (in-line) (not-automatic) Bushing (MC=BUSH) (SN=F43_2) TNF=P27A & P64 Male threaded/female threaded ends For GCP: Rating="-"._ _______________ PDS Piping Component Data .April 2002 6Q2C44. Sc/Th="NREQD" 6Q2C46. The radius of the pipe bend is defined in the "Mod" column of the Piping Job Specification in terms of the nominal diameter.

Commodity Discussions 103 . For pipe bends with model code PIPB2.25 deg elbow (MC=E11) (SN=F47) TNF=P15A & P52 Female threaded ends For GCP: Rating="Value".625 deg elbow (in-line) (not-automatic) 5. In these tables. a "-" is shown for the surface area and water weight parameters since they are calculated by the software using the information available for plain piping. Sc/Th="-" TNF=P15A & P52 Push-on bell ends For GCP: Rating="Value"._ _______________ Appendix B: Dimension tables with TNF=P11A are required for all pipe bends. Sc/Th="NREQD" For RCP: Rating="-".625 deg elbow (MC=E5) (SN=F47) TNF=P15A & P52 Female threaded ends For GCP: Rating="Value". The use of tables with TNF=51 will not be required for pipe bends since their empty weights are calculated by the software using the information available for plain piping. On-line Fittings (6P2C) and In-line Fittings (6Q2C) 6Q2C49. values are provided for table parameters "P1" and "P2" to define the lengths of the straight sections involved. dashes are provided for table parameters "P1" and "P2" since no straight sections are involved.25 deg elbow (in-line) (not-automatic) 11. Sc/Th="-" TNF=P15A & P52 Mechanical joint ends For GCP: Rating="Value". Sc/Th="NREQD" For RCP: Rating="-". 5. For pipe bends with model code PIPB. Sc/Th="NREQD" TNF=P11A & P51 Male grooved ends For GCP: Rating="-". Sc/Th="-" TNF=P25A & P61 Mechanical joint/plain ends For GCP: Rating="Value". Sc/Th="NREQD" B. Sc/Th="-" 6Q2C51. 11. Sc/Th="-" TNF=P27A & P64 Spigot/push-on bell ends For GCP: Rating="-". Sc/Th="NREQD" For RCP: Rating="Value". Sc/Th="NREQD" or "Value" For RCP: Rating="-". Sc/Th="NREQD" For RCP: Rating="-". Sc/Th="Value" For RCP: Rating="-". regardless of their model code. Sc/Th="NREQD" or "Value" For RCP: Rating="-".

5 deg elbow (in-line) (not-automatic) 22. Sc/Th="-" TNF=P15A & P52 Mechanical joint ends For GCP: Rating="Value". 104 . 45 deg direction change (in-line) Any of the model codes for components that allow a 45 degree change in direction may be used under this AABBCC code. Sc/Th="NREQD" For RCP: Rating="-". Sc/Th="NREQD" For RCP: Rating="-". Sc/Th="NREQD" or "Value" For RCP: Rating="-"._ _______________ PDS Piping Component Data . Sc/Th="-" TNF=P27A & P64 Spigot/push-on bell ends For GCP: Rating="-". Sc/Th="-" TNF=P15A & P52 Push-on bell ends For GCP: Rating="Value". Sc/Th="NREQD" TNF=P11A & P51 Male grooved ends Plain ends For GCP: Rating="-". Sc/Th="NREQD" or "Value" For RCP: Rating="-".April 2002 6Q2C53. This component is used in the automatic placement of components. <45 deg direction change (in-line) For an intersection more acute than 45 degrees. Sc/Th="NREQD" For RCP: Rating="Value". 6Q2C56. Sc/Th="-" TNF=P25A & P61 Mechanical joint/plain ends For GCP: Rating="Value". This component is used in the automatic placement of components. Sc/Th="Value" For RCP: Rating="-". Sc/Th="NREQD" 6Q2C55. 22. any of the model codes for a 45 degree "trimmable elbow" or for a "miter" may be used under this AABBCC code.5 deg elbow (MC=E22) (SN=F47) TNF=P15A & P52 Female threaded ends For GCP: Rating="Value".

Sc/Th="-" TNF=P27A & P64 Spigot/push-on bell ends Plain/push-on bell ends For GCP: Rating="-". Sc/Th="NREQD" For RCP: Rating="Value". Sc/Th="NREQD" or "Value" For RCP: Rating="-". Sc/Th="Value" For RCP: Rating="Value". Sc/Th="NREQD" TNF=P11A & P51 Male grooved ends Plain ends For GCP: Rating="-". Sc/Th="-" TNF=P15A & P52 Push-on bell ends For GCP: Rating="Value". 45 deg elbow (in-line) 45 deg elbow (MC=E45) (SN=F47) TNF=P15A & P52 Flanged ends For GCP: Rating="Value". Sc/Th="NREQD" TNF=P27A & P64 Plain/socket ends For GCP: Rating="-". Sc/Th="NREQD" For RCP: Rating="-". Sc/Th="Value" For RCP: Rating="-". Sc/Th="NREQD" For RCP: Rating="-". Sc/Th="-" TNF=P15A & P52 Socket ends Socketwelded ends Female threaded ends For GCP: Rating="Value". Sc/Th="Value" For RCP: Rating="-". Commodity Discussions TNF=P25A & P61 Mechanical joint/plain ends For GCP: Rating="Value". Sc/Th="-" TNF=P15A & P52 Mechanical joint ends For GCP: Rating="Value". Sc/Th="-" B. Sc/Th="NREQD" For RCP: Rating="Value". Sc/Th="NREQD" 105 . Sc/Th="NREQD" TNF=P26A & P62 Flanged/socket ends For GCP: Rating="Value". Sc/Th="NREQD" or "Value" For RCP: Rating="-"._ _______________ Appendix B: On-line Fittings (6P2C) and In-line Fittings (6Q2C) 6Q2C57.

April 2002 6Q2C59. Sc/Th="-" 106 . 45 deg LR elbow (in-line) 45 deg LR elbow (MC=E45LR) (SN=F47) TNF=P15A & P52 Flanged ends For GCP: Rating="Value". Sc/Th="-" Model code E45TLR is trimmed by the software to the angle defined in the design file between elements defining the center line routing of the segment or. Sc/Th="-" 45 deg trimmable LR elbow (MC=E45TLR) (SN=F47) TNF=Use tables for E45LR Beveled ends For GCP: Rating="-". 45 deg long tangent elbow (in-line) 45 deg long tangent elbow (MC=E45LT) (SN=F63) TNF=P27A & P64 Plain/push-on bell ends Plain/mechanical joint bell ends Spigot/push-on bell ends For GCP: Rating="-". Sc/Th="-" 45 deg trimmable 3D elbow (MC=E45T3D) (SN=F47) TNF=Use tables for E453D Beveled ends For GCP: Rating="-". Sc/Th="Value" For RCP: Rating="-". Sc/Th="NREQD" For RCP: Rating="Value". tables specific to E45TLR will not be required. if center line routes do not exist. 6Q2C60. Sc/Th="-" TNF=P11A & P51 Beveled ends For GCP: Rating="-". Sc/Th="NREQD" 6Q2C61. Sc/Th="Value" For RCP: Rating="-". Sc/Th="Value" For RCP: Rating="-". 45 deg 3D elbow (in-line) 45 deg 3D elbow (MC=E453D) (SN=F47) TNF=P11A & P51 Beveled ends For GCP: Rating="-". Sc/Th="Value" For RCP: Rating="-"._ _______________ PDS Piping Component Data . to the angle defined at placement The system will use data tables for E45LR. Sc/Th="Value" For RCP: Rating="-".

Sc/Th="Value" For RCP: Rating="-". Sc/Th="NREQD" 6Q2C66. Sc/Th="NREQD" For RCP: Rating="-". Sc/Th="NREQD" 6Q2C65. Sc/Th="-" 107 . Sc/Th="NREQD" For RCP: Rating="Value". The system will use data tables for E453D tables specific to E45T3D will not be required. 45 deg long elbow (in-line) 45 deg long elbow (MC=E45L) (SN=F47) TNF=P15A & P52 Female threaded ends For GCP: Rating="Value". Sc/Th="NREQD" For RCP: Rating="Value". 45 deg street elbow (in-line) (not-automatic) B. Sc/Th="Value" TNF=P27A & P64 Male threaded/female threaded ends For GCP: Rating="-". Sc/Th="NREQD" For RCP: Rating="-". 45 deg union elbow (in-line) (not-automatic) 45 deg union elbow (MC=E45U) (SN=F63) TNF=P15A & P52 Female threaded ends For GCP: Rating="Value". Commodity Discussions 45 deg street elbow (MC=E45ST) (SN=F63) TNF=P21A & P63 Male grooved/male threaded ends For GCP: Rating="-". if center line routes do not exist. to the angle defined at placement time. Sc/Th="NREQD" For RCP: Rating="-"._ _______________ Appendix B: Model code E45T3D is trimmed by the software to the angle defined in the design file between elements defining the center line routing of the segment or. Sc/Th="-" 6Q2C68. 45 deg short elbow (in-line) 45 deg short elbow (MC=E45S) (SN=F47) TNF=P15A & P52 Female threaded ends For GCP: Rating="Value". Sc/Th="-" TNF=P27A & P64 Male threaded/female threaded ends For GCP: Rating="-". On-line Fittings (6P2C) and In-line Fittings (6Q2C) 6Q2C63.

Sc/Th="-" TNF=P15A & P52 Mechanical joint ends For GCP: Rating="Value". Sc/Th="NREQD" or "Value" For RCP: Rating="-". This component is used in the automatic placement of components. any of the model codes for a 90 degree "trimmable elbow" or for a "miter" may be used under this AABBCC code.April 2002 6Q2C73. Sc/Th="NREQD" For RCP: Rating="-". Sc/Th="-" TNF=P27A & P64 Spigot/push-on bell ends For GCP: Rating="-". 90 deg elbow (in-line) 90 deg elbow (MC=E90) (SN=F47) TNF=P15A & P52 Flanged ends For GCP: Rating="Value". Sc/Th="-" 108 . This component is used in the automatic placement of components. Sc/Th="NREQD" For RCP: Rating="Value". 60 deg elbow (in-line) (not-automatic) 60 deg elbow (MC=E60) (SN=F47) TNF=P15A & P52 Female threaded ends For GCP: Rating="Value". Sc/Th="NREQD" 6Q2C75._ _______________ PDS Piping Component Data . 6Q2C76. 45-90 deg direction change (in-line) For an intersection larger than 45 degrees and smaller than 90 degrees. 6Q2C77. Sc/Th="-" TNF=P15A & P52 Push-on bell ends For GCP: Rating="Value". Sc/Th="Value" For RCP: Rating="-". Sc/Th="NREQD" For RCP: Rating="-". 90 deg direction change (in-line) Any of the model codes for components that allow a 90 degree change in direction may be used under this AABBCC code. Sc/Th="-" TNF=P15A & P52 Socket ends Socketwelded ends Female threaded ends For GCP: Rating="Value". Sc/Th="NREQD" For RCP: Rating="-".

90 deg SR elbow (in-line) 90 deg SR elbow (MC=E90SR) (SN=F47) TNF=P11A & P51 Beveled ends For GCP: Rating="-". Sc/Th="Value" For RCP: Rating="-". Sc/Th="NREQD" For RCP: Rating="Value". Sc/Th="NREQD" 6Q2C79. Sc/Th="NREQD" On-line Fittings (6P2C) and In-line Fittings (6Q2C) B. Sc/Th="NREQD" TNF=P11A & P51 Male grooved ends Plain ends For GCP: Rating="-". Sc/Th="Value" For RCP: Rating="-". Sc/Th="Value" For RCP: Rating="Value". Sc/Th="-" 90 deg trimmable LR elbow (MC=E90TLR) (SN=F47) 109 . Sc/Th="Value" For RCP: Rating="-"._ _______________ Appendix B: TNF=P25A & P61 Mechanical joint/plain ends For GCP: Rating="Value". Sc/Th="Value" For RCP: Rating="-". Sc/Th="NREQD" TNF=P26A & P62 Flanged/socket ends For GCP: Rating="Value". 90 deg LR elbow (in-line) 90 deg LR elbow (MC=E90LR) (SN=F47) TNF=P15A & P52 Flanged ends For GCP: Rating="Value". Sc/Th="-" TNF=P21A & P63 Male grooved/male threaded ends For GCP: Rating="-". Sc/Th="Value" For RCP: Rating="-". Commodity Discussions TNF=P27A & P64 Plain/socket ends For GCP: Rating="-". Sc/Th="-" 6Q2C80. Sc/Th="NREQD" or "Value" For RCP: Rating="-". Sc/Th="Value" TNF=P27A & P64 Spigot/push-on bell ends Plain/push-on bell ends For GCP: Rating="-". Sc/Th="-" TNF=P11A & P51 Beveled ends For GCP: Rating="-". Sc/Th="NREQD" For RCP: Rating="Value".

Sc/Th="Value" For RCP: Rating="-". 90 deg LR long tangent elbow (in-line) 90 deg LR long tangent elbow (MC=E90LT) (SN=F63) TNF=P11A & P51 Beveled ends For GCP: Rating="-". Sc/Th="-" Model code E90TLR is trimmed by the software to the angle defined in the design file between elements defining the center line routing of the segment or. Sc/Th="-" TNF=P27A & P64 Spigot/push-on bell ends Plain/push-on bell ends Plain/mechanical joint bell ends For GCP: Rating="-". 6Q2C82. Sc/Th="NREQD" For RCP: Rating="Value". Sc/Th="Value" For RCP: Rating="-". Sc/Th="Value" For RCP: Rating="-". Sc/Th="Value" For RCP: Rating="-". The system will use data tables for E90LR. Sc/Th="NREQD" TNF=P21A & P63 Beveled/beveled ends Male grooved/male grooved ends For GCP: Rating="-". 90 deg reducing elbow (in-line) 90 deg reducing elbow (MC=E90R) (SN=F84) TNF=P26A & P62 Socket/socket ends Female threaded/female threaded ends For GCP: Rating="Value". if center line routes do not exist. 90 deg 3D elbow (in-line) 90 deg 3D elbow (MC=E903D) (SN=F47) TNF=P11A & P51 Beveled ends Male grooved ends For GCP: Rating="-". Sc/Th="NREQD" For RCP: Rating="Value".April 2002 TNF=Use tables for E90LR Beveled ends For GCP: Rating="-". Sc/Th="NREQD" 6Q2C84._ _______________ PDS Piping Component Data . to the angle defined at placement. Sc/Th="-" 110 . Sc/Th="Value" 6Q2C86. tables specific to E90TLR will not be required.

Sc/Th="NREQD" For RCP: Rating="-". Sc/Th="NREQD" For RCP: Rating="Value". Sc/Th="NREQD" For RCP: Rating="Value". Sc/Th="NREQD" B._ _______________ Appendix B: 90 deg trimmable 3D elbow (MC=E90T3D) (SN=F47) TNF=Use tables for E903D Beveled ends For GCP: Rating="-". if center line routes do not exist. The system will use data tables for E903D. to the angle defined at placement. tables specific to E90T3D will not be required. Sc/Th="NREQD" For RCP: Rating="-". Sc/Th="NREQD" 6Q2C91. On-line Fittings (6P2C) and In-line Fittings (6Q2C) 6Q2C88. Sc/Th="Value" For RCP: Rating="-". Sc/Th="Value" TNF=P27A & P64 Male threaded/female threaded ends For GCP: Rating="-". 90 deg union elbow (in-line) (not-automatic) 90 deg union elbow (MC=E90U) (SN=F63) TNF=P15A & P52 Female threaded ends For GCP: Rating="Value". Sc/Th="-" Model code E90T3D is trimmed by the software to the angle defined in the design file between elements defining the center line routing of the segment or. 90 deg reducing street elbow (in-line) (notautomatic) 90 deg reducing street elbow (MC=E90RST) (SN=F84) TNF=P25A & P61 Female threaded/male threaded ends For GCP: Rating="Value". Sc/Th="NREQD" 111 . Commodity Discussions 6Q2C90. 90 deg street elbow (in-line) (not-automatic) 90 deg street elbow (MC=E90ST) (SN=F63) TNF=P21A & P63 Male grooved/male threaded ends For GCP: Rating="-". Sc/Th="-" TNF=P27A & P64 Male threaded/female threaded ends For GCP: Rating="-". Sc/Th="Value" For RCP: Rating="-".

Sc/Th="NREQD" For RCP: Rating="-"._ _______________ PDS Piping Component Data . 90 deg short elbow (in-line) 90 deg short elbow (MC=E90S) (SN=F47) TNF=P15A & P52 Female threaded ends For GCP: Rating="Value". Sc/Th="NREQD" For RCP: Rating="-".April 2002 6Q2C93. Sc/Th="-" 112 . 90 deg long elbow (in-line) 90 deg long elbow (MC=E90L) (SN=F47) TNF=P15A & P52 Female threaded ends For GCP: Rating="Value". Sc/Th="-" 6Q2C94.

4 On-line Fittings (6P3C) and In-line Fittings (6Q3C) The definition of piping fittings included in this paragraph is a continuation of that started under piping component classes 6P2C and 6Q2C in Section C1. 6P3C or 6Q3C. as follows: Green Connect Point Data Only. The applicability of the above AABB codes is as defined below for each component type. If columns available in the above table were insufficient to allow definition of all the applicable dimensional parameters.3. the following applies: General data about the component is included in a table with format P11A. component specific data is defined in tables. The name of this table is comprised of the following parameters from the piping commodities part of the Piping Job Specification: MC GS Term(G) A The only independent variable in this table is the nominal diameter of the green connect point of the component. For each component in the piping commodities part of the Piping Job Specification. The Piping Component Model Entity and the Piping Component Analysis Entity will apply to these classes of piping components. weight of water plus all those dimensional parameters required to display the component in the model whose values are not defined in a generic table. The dependent variables are surface area.1. Commodity Discussions If only green connect point data appears in the definition of the component in the piping commodities part of the Piping Job Specification and if the connect point is a male termination type. The empty weight of the component is included in a table with format P51. The dependent variables are those dimensional parameters required to display the component in the model that were not included in the P11A table. The name of this table is comprised of the following parameters from the piping commodities part of the Piping Job Specification: MC GS Term(G)_Sc/Th(G)_WC 113 . GCP=Male B._ _______________ Appendix B: On-line Fittings (6P3C) and In-line Fittings (6Q3C) B. The name of the P11B table is comprised of the following parameters from the piping commodities part of the Piping Job Specification: MC GS Term(G)_B The only independent variable in this table is the nominal diameter of the green connect point of the component. the remaining parameters are included in a table with format P11B. followed by two numbers for the specific type. The AABBCC code for fittings will consist of the applicable AABB code.

Green Connect Point Data Only. GCP≠Male If only green connect point data appears in the definition of the component in the Piping Job Specification and if the connect point is not a male termination type.April 2002 The only independent variable in this table is the nominal diameter of the green connect point of the component. The name of this table is comprised of the following parameters from the piping commodities part of the Piping Job Specification: MC GS Term(G) Rat(G) A The only independent variable in this table is the nominal diameter of the green connect point of the component._ _______________ PDS Piping Component Data . The only dependent variable is empty weight of the component. The name of this table is comprised of the following parameters from the piping commodities part of the Piping Job Specification: MC GS Term(G)_Rat(G) Sc/Th(G)_WC The only independent variable in this table is the nominal diameter of the green connect point of the component. The dependent variables are surface area. weight of water plus all those dimensional parameters required to display the component in the model whose values are not defined in a generic table. the following applies: General data about the component is included in a table with format P15A. the following applies: General data about the component is included in a table with format P25A. the green connect point is not a male termination type and the red connect point is a male termination type. The only dependent variable is empty weight of the component. The name of the P15B table is comprised of the following parameters from the piping commodities part of the Piping Job Specification: MC GS Term(G) Rat(G) B The only independent variable in this table is the nominal diameter of the green connect point of the component. Green and Red Connect Point Data. GCP≠Male. If columns available in the above table were insufficient to allow definition of all the applicable dimensional parameters. RCP=Male If both green and red connect point data appear in the definition of the component in the Piping Job Specification. the remaining parameters are included in a table with format P15B. The empty weight of the component is included in a table with format P52. The name of this table is comprised of the following parameters from the piping commodities part of the Piping Job Specification: 114 . The dependent variables are those dimensional parameters required to display the component in the model that were not included in the P15A table.

The only dependent variable is empty weight of the component. If columns available in the above table were insufficient to allow definition of all the applicable dimensional parameters. RCP≠Male If both green and red connect point data appear in the definition of the component in the Piping Job Specification and neither the green nor the red connect points are male termination types. The dependent variables are those dimensional parameters required to display the component in the model that were not included in the P25A table. weight of water plus all those dimensional parameters required to display the component in the model whose values are not defined in a generic table. the remaining parameters are included in a table with format P26B. On-line Fittings (6P3C) and In-line Fittings (6Q3C) If columns available in the above table were insufficient to allow definition of all the applicable dimensional parameters. GCP≠Male. weight of water plus all those dimensional parameters required to display the component in the model whose values are not defined in a generic table. The name of the P25B table is comprised of the following parameters from the piping commodities part of the Piping Job Specification: MC GS Term(G)_Rat(G) Term(R)_B The independent variables in this table are the nominal diameters of the green and red connect points of the component. The name of the P26B table is comprised of the following parameters from the piping commodities part of the Piping Job Specification: MC GS Term(G)_Rat(G) Term(R)_Rat(R) B 115 . The empty weight of the component is included in a table with format P61. The name of this table is comprised of the following parameters from the piping commodities part of the Piping Job Specification: MC GS Term(G)_Rat(G) Term(R)_Sc/Th(R)_WC B. The name of this table is comprised of the following parameters from the piping commodities part of the Piping Job Specification: MC GS Term(G)_Rat(G) Term(R)_Rat(R) A The independent variables in this table are the nominal diameters of the green and red connect points of the component. The dependent variables are surface area. The dependent variables are surface area._ _______________ Appendix B: MC GS Term(G)_Rat(G) Term(R)_A The independent variables in this table are the nominal diameters of the green and red connect points of the component. Commodity Discussions The independent variables in this table are the nominal diameters of the green and red connect points of the component. the following applies: General data about the component is included in a table with format P26A. the remaining parameters are included in a table with format P25B. Green and Red Connect Point Data.

The empty weight of the component is included in a table with format P62. If columns available in the above table were insufficient to allow definition of all the applicable dimensional parameters. Green and Red Connect Point Data. The name of this table is comprised of the following parameters from the piping commodities part of the Piping Job Specification: MC_GS_Term(G) Sc/Th(G) Term(R) Sc/Th(R) WC The independent variables in this table are the nominal diameters of the green and red connect points of the component. The only dependent variable is empty weight of the component. weight of water plus all those dimensional parameters required to display the component in the model whose values are not defined in a generic table. SOL. EOL or LOL. NOL. RCP=Male. The name of this table is comprised of the following parameters from the piping commodities part of the Piping Job Specification: MC GS Term(G) Term(R) A The independent variables in this table are the nominal diameters of the green and red connect points of the component. EOL or LOL If both green and red connect point data appear in the definition of the component in the Piping Job Specification and both the green and the red connect points are male termination types and the model code is not WOL. The dependent variables are those dimensional parameters required to display the component in the model that were not included in the P21A table. The only dependent variable is empty weight of the component. TOL. The empty weight of the component is included in a table with format P63. The dependent variables are surface area. the remaining parameters are included in a table with format P21B. NOL. The dependent variables are those dimensional parameters required to display the component in the model that were not included in the P26A table.April 2002 The independent variables in this table are the nominal diameters of the green and red connect points of the component. TOL._ _______________ PDS Piping Component Data . MC≠WOL. 116 . GCP=Male. The name of this table is comprised of the following parameters from the piping commodities part of the Piping Job Specification: MC_GS_Term(G) Rat(G) Term(R) Rat(R) Sc/Th(R) WC The independent variables in this table are the nominal diameters of the green and red connect points of the component. the following applies: General data about the component is included in a table with format P21A. The name of the P21B table is comprised of the following parameters from the piping commodities part of the Piping Job Specification: MC GS Term(G) Term(R) B The independent variables in this table are the nominal diameters of the green and red connect points of the component. SOL.

B. RCP=Male or Female. the remaining parameters are included in a table with format P27B. RCP≠Male. EOL or LOL If both green and red connect point data appear in the definition of the component in the piping commodities part of the Piping Job Specification. the red connect point is either a male or a female termination type and the model code is WOL. The name of this table is comprised of the following parameters from the piping commodities part of the Piping Job Specification: MC_GS_Term(G) Term(R) Rat(R) A The independent variables in this table are the nominal diameters of the green and red connect points of the component. The name of the P27B table is comprised of the following parameters from the piping commodities part of the Piping Job Specification: MC_GS_Term(G) Term(R) Rat(R) B The independent variables in this table are the nominal diameters of the green and red connect points of the component. Commodity Discussions Green and Red Connect Point Data. the following applies: General data about the component is included in a table with format P27A. weight of water plus all those dimensional parameters required to display the component in the model whose values are not defined in a generic table. The name of this table is comprised of the following parameters from the piping commodities part of the Piping Job Specification: MC_GS_Term(G) Sc/Th(G) Term(R) Rat(R) WC The independent variables in this table are the nominal diameters of the green and red connect points of the component. SOL. SOL. the green connect point is a male termination type. SOL. EOL or LOL. EOL or LOL. NOL. EOL or LOL If both green and red connect point data appear in the definition of the component in the Piping Job Specification. the green connect point is a male termination type. the following applies: 117 . The only dependent variable is empty weight of the component. The dependent variables are surface area. TOL. TOL. The empty weight of the component is included in a table with format P64. GCP=Male. MC=WOL. If columns available in the above table were insufficient to allow definition of all the applicable dimensional parameters. TOL._ _______________ Appendix B: On-line Fittings (6P3C) and In-line Fittings (6Q3C) Green and Red Connect Point Data. SOL. GCP=Male. NOL. TOL. MC≠WOL. NOL. The dependent variables are those dimensional parameters required to display the component in the model that were not included in the P27A table. the red connect point is not a male termination type and the model code is not WOL. NOL.

The AABBCC code for fittings will consist of the applicable AABB code. followed by two numbers for the specific type. AABBCC Description 118 . If columns available in the above table were insufficient to allow definition of all the applicable dimensional parameters. all fittings are automatically placed in the Piping Task during automatic component placement. weight of water plus all those dimensional parameters required to display the component in the model whose values are not defined in a generic table. To access data tables. CP rating and table suffix of the applicable CP of the mating component or equipment nozzle. Unless otherwise indicated. Model Graphics Definitions. The dependent variables are surface area. 6P3C or 6Q3C. The name of the P28B table is comprised of the following parameters from the piping commodities part of the Piping Job Specification: MC_GS_Term(G) Sc/Th(G) Term(R) Rat/Sc/Th(R) B The independent variables in this table are the nominal diameters of the green and red connect points of the component.April 2002 General data about the component is included in a table with format P28A._ _______________ PDS Piping Component Data . Refer to Section 4. The name of this table is comprised of the following parameters from the piping commodities part of the Piping Job Specification: MC_GS_Term(G) Sc/Th(G) Term(R) Rat/Sc/Th(R) A The independent variables in this table are the nominal diameters of the green and red connect points of the component. The name of this table is comprised of the following parameters from the piping commodities part of the Piping Job Specification: MC_GS_Term(G) Sc/Th(G) Term(R) Rat/Sc/Th(R) WC The independent variables in this table are the nominal diameters of the green and red connect points of the component. These values are required for one or more of the reasons indicated below and will not necessarily be part of the names of the tables that include data about the component. the remaining parameters are included in a table with format P28B. Components to be placed automatically by the system will be selected to match the CP preparation. for a description of the table formats. To procure the component. To supply data required for stress analysis purposes. The empty weight of the component is included in a table with format P65. Under the description of each table format applicable to each component type. the GCP and RCP rating and schedule/thickness that needs to be provided in the Piping Job Specification has been listed. The only dependent variable is empty weight of the component. The dependent variables are those dimensional parameters required to display the component in the model that were not included in the P28A table.

Sc/Th="-" TNF=P27A & P64 Spigot/push-on bell ends For GCP: Rating="-". Sc/Th="NREQD" For RCP: Rating="Value". Sc/Th="NREQD" 6Q3C03. 180 deg close return (in-line) (not-automatic) 180 deg close return (MC=R180CL) (SN=F101) TNF=P15A & P52 Female threaded ends For GCP: Rating="Value". Sc/Th="Value" For RCP: Rating="-". Sc/Th="-" B. 180 deg return (in-line) (not-automatic) 180 deg return (MC=R180) (SN=F101) TNF=P15A & P52 Socket ends Female threaded ends For GCP: Rating="Value". Sc/Th="Value" For RCP: Rating="-". Sc/Th="NREQD" For RCP: Rating="-". Sc/Th="-" 119 . Commodity Discussions 6Q3C05. Sc/Th="-" 6Q3C08._ _______________ Appendix B: On-line Fittings (6P3C) and In-line Fittings (6Q3C) 6Q3C01. Sc/Th="-" 6Q3C07. Sc/Th="NREQD" For RCP: Rating="-". 180 deg SR return (in-line) (not-automatic) 180 deg SR return (MC=R180SR) (SN=F101) TNF=P11A & P51 Beveled ends For GCP: Rating="-". 180 deg LR return (in-line) (not-automatic) 180 deg LR return (MC=R180LR) (SN=F101) TNF=P11A & P51 Beveled ends For GCP: Rating="-". 180 deg medium return (in-line) (not-automatic) 180 deg medium return (MC=R180MD) (SN=F101) TNF=P15A & P52 Female threaded ends For GCP: Rating="Value". Sc/Th="NREQD" For RCP: Rating="-".

_ _______________ PDS Piping Component Data . Sc/Th="Value" 120 . Sc/Th="Value" 3 cuts miter (MC=M3) (SN=F114C) TNF=P11A & P51 Beveled ends For GCP: Rating="-". Sc/Th="-" TNF=P21A & P63 Beveled/plain ends For GCP: Rating="-". Sc/Th="-" TNF=P21A & P63 Beveled/plain ends For GCP: Rating="-". Sc/Th="-" 6Q3C14. Sc/Th="Value" For RCP: Rating="-". Sc/Th="Value" For RCP: Rating="-". Sc/Th="Value" 4 cuts miter (MC=M4) (SN=F114D) TNF=P11A & P51 Beveled ends For GCP: Rating="-". Sc/Th="Value" For RCP: Rating="-". 180 deg open return (in-line) (not-automatic) 180 deg open return (MC=R180OP) (SN=F101) TNF=P15A & P52 Female threaded ends For GCP: Rating="Value". Sc/Th="Value" For RCP: Rating="-". Miter (in-line) (not-automatic) 1 cut miter (MC=M1) (SN=F114A) TNF=P11A & P51 Beveled ends For GCP: Rating="-". Sc/Th="Value" For RCP: Rating="-". Sc/Th="-" TNF=P21A & P63 Beveled/plain ends For GCP: Rating="-". Sc/Th="-" TNF=P21A & P63 Beveled/plain ends For GCP: Rating="-".April 2002 6Q3C09. Sc/Th="Value" For RCP: Rating="-". Sc/Th="NREQD" For RCP: Rating="-". Sc/Th="Value" For RCP: Rating="-". Sc/Th="Value" 2 cuts miter (MC=M2) (SN=F114B) TNF=P11A & P51 Beveled ends For GCP: Rating="-". Sc/Th="Value" For RCP: Rating="-".

Sc/Th="Value" B. Commodity Discussions TNF=P27A & P64 Plain/push-on bell ends For GCP: Rating="-". Sc/Th="-" 121 . Sc/Th="Value" For RCP: Rating="-". The number of cuts in a miter will have to be "remembered" by the system since this value is required in the calculation of SIF applicable to the miter. Sc/Th="Value" For RCP: Rating="-". Sc/Th="-" TNF=P21A & P63 Beveled/plain ends For GCP: Rating="-". Sc/Th="NREQD" 2 cuts 45 deg miter (MC=M452) (SN=F114B) TNF=P11A & P51 Beveled ends For GCP: Rating="-". Sc/Th="Value" For RCP: Rating="-". Sc/Th="Value" The same nominal diameter must apply to both ends of these miters. The miter angle of these miters is determined by the system from data in the design file and is supplied to the component definition without need of user intervention. Sc/Th="Value" For RCP: Rating="-". 6Q3C18. 90 deg miter (in-line) 1 cut 90 deg miter (MC=M901) (SN=F114A) TNF=P11A & P51 Beveled ends For GCP: Rating="-"._ _______________ Appendix B: The same nominal diameter must apply to both ends of these miters. The number of cuts in a miter will have to be "remembered" by the system since this value is required in the calculation of SIF applicable to the miter. Sc/Th="-" TNF=P21A & P63 Beveled/plain ends For GCP: Rating="-". On-line Fittings (6P3C) and In-line Fittings (6Q3C) 6Q3C16. 45 deg miter (in-line) 1 cut 45 deg miter (MC=M451) (SN=F114A) TNF=P11A & P51 Beveled ends For GCP: Rating="-". Sc/Th="NREQD" For RCP: Rating="Value". Sc/Th="Value" For RCP: Rating="-".

Sc/Th="-" TNF=P21A & P63 Beveled/plain ends For GCP: Rating="-". 6Q3C22. Sc/Th="Value" For RCP: Rating="-". Sc/Th="NREQD" 3 cuts 90 deg miter (MC=M903) (SN=F114C) TNF=P11A & P51 Beveled ends For GCP: Rating="-"._ _______________ PDS Piping Component Data . Sc/Th="-" 122 . Sc/Th="Value" 4 cuts 90 deg miter (MC=M904) (SN=F114D) TNF=P11A & P51 Beveled ends For GCP: Rating="-". Sc/Th="Value" The same nominal diameter must apply to both ends of these miters. The number of cuts in a miter will have to be "remembered" by the system since this value is required in the calculation of SIF applicable to the miter.April 2002 TNF=P21A & P63 Beveled/plain ends For GCP: Rating="-". Sc/Th="Value" For RCP: Rating="-". Sc/Th="Value" For RCP: Rating="-". Tee (in-line) Tee (MC=T) (SN=F122_1) TNF=P15A & P52 Flanged ends For GCP: Rating="Value". Sc/Th="Value" 2 cuts 90 deg miter (MC=M902) (SN=F114B) TNF=P11A & P51 Beveled ends For GCP: Rating="-". Sc/Th="NREQD" For RCP: Rating="Value". Sc/Th="Value" For RCP: Rating="-". Sc/Th="Value" For RCP: Rating="-". Sc/Th="Value" TNF=P27A & P64 Plain/push-on bell ends For GCP: Rating="-". Sc/Th="-" TNF=P21A & P63 Beveled/plain ends For GCP: Rating="-". Sc/Th="-" TNF=P21A & P63 Beveled/plain ends For GCP: Rating="-". Sc/Th="Value" For RCP: Rating="-". Sc/Th="Value" For RCP: Rating="-". Sc/Th="Value" For RCP: Rating="-".

The placement of this component will not be automatic. Commodity Discussions TNF=P25A & P61 Socket/male threaded ends For GCP: Rating="Value". Sc/Th="Value" For RCP: Rating="-". Sc/Th="NREQD" or "Value" For RCP: Rating="-". Sc/Th="NREQD" TNF=P25A & P61 Mechanical joint/plain ends For GCP: Rating="Value". tables specific to TBT will not be required. The system will use data tables for T. Sc/Th="Value" For RCP: Rating="-". The user will first insert the component in the header and then continue piping from CP3. Sc/Th="Value" For RCP: Rating="-". Sc/Th="-" TNF=P26A & P62 Flanged/socket ends For GCP: Rating="Value"._ _______________ Appendix B: TNF=P15A & P52 Socket ends Socketwelded ends Female threaded ends Mechanical joint bell ends For GCP: Rating="Value". Sc/Th="Value" For RCP: Rating="-". Sc/Th="NREQD" Trimmable branch tee (MC=TBT) (SN=F122_1) TNF=P11A & P51 Beveled ends For GCP: Rating="-". Sc/Th="Value" TNF=P27A & P64 Spigot/push-on bell ends For GCP: Rating="-". Sc/Th="NREQD" For RCP: Rating="-". Sc/Th="-" TNF=P21A & P63 Male grooved/male threaded ends For GCP: Rating="-". Sc/Th="NREQD" For RCP: Rating="Value". Sc/Th="-" TNF=P15A & P52 Mechanical joint ends For GCP: Rating="Value". Sc/Th="NREQD" TNF=P11A & P51 Beveled ends Male grooved ends For GCP: Rating="-". Sc/Th="NREQD" For RCP: Rating="-". Sc/Th="-" The branch end of model code TBT is trimmed by the software to the angle defined in the design file between the segment run connected to the branch end of the component and that connected to either header end of the component. Sc/Th="-" TNF=P15A & P52 Push-on bell ends For GCP: Rating="Value". Sc/Th="NREQD" or "Value" For RCP: Rating="-". Sc/Th="NREQD" On-line Fittings (6P3C) and In-line Fittings (6Q3C) B. Sc/Th="NREQD" For RCP: Rating="Value". 123 .

The system will use data tables for TRB. The placement of this component will not be automatic. Sc/Th="Value" For RCP: Rating="-". The user will first insert it in the header and then continue piping from CP3. Sc/Th="Value" For RCP: Rating="Value". Sc/Th="NREQD" For RCP: Rating="Value". Sc/Th="NREQD" Trimmable reducing branch tee (MC=TRBT) (SN=F122_1) TNF=P11A & P51 Beveled ends For GCP: Rating="-".April 2002 6Q3C24. Sc/Th="NREQD" or "Value" TNF=P25A & P61 Mechanical joint/plain ends For GCP: Rating="Value". Reducing branch tee (in-line) Reducing branch tee (MC=TRB) (SN=F122_1) TNF=P26A & P62 Flanged/flanged ends For GCP: Rating="Value". Sc/Th="NREQD" TNF=P21A & P63 Beveled/beveled ends Male grooved/male grooved ends Male grooved/male threaded ends For GCP: Rating="-". tables specific to TRBT will not be required._ _______________ PDS Piping Component Data . Sc/Th="Value" TNF=P26A & P62 Socket/socket ends Socketwelded/socketwelded ends Female threaded/female threaded ends Mechanical joint bell/mechanical joint bell ends For GCP: Rating="Value". Sc/Th="Value" For RCP: Rating="-". Sc/Th="NREQD" TNF=P26A & P62 Mechanical joint/mechanical joint ends For GCP: Rating="Value". Sc/Th="Value" TNF=P27A & P64 Socket/male threaded ends For GCP: Rating="Value". Sc/Th="NREQD" or "Value" For RCP: Rating="-". Sc/Th="-" The branch end of model code TRBT is trimmed by the software to the angle defined in the design file between the segment run connected to the branch end of the component and that connected to either header end of the component. Sc/Th="NREQD" For RCP: Rating="Value". 124 . Sc/Th="NREQD" TNF=P27A & P64 Spigot/push-on bell ends For GCP: Rating="-". Sc/Th="NREQD" or "Value" For RCP: Rating="Value". Sc/Th="Value" For RCP: Rating="-".

_ _______________ Appendix B: On-line Fittings (6P3C) and In-line Fittings (6Q3C) 6Q3C25. Sc/Th="NREQD" 6Q3C31. Sc/Th="-" TNF=P27A & P64 Male threaded/female threaded ends For GCP: Rating="-". On-branch union tee (in-line) (not-automatic) On-branch union tee (MC=TUOB) (SN=F128) TNF=P15A & P52 Female threaded ends For GCP: Rating="Value". On-run union tee (in-line) (not-automatic) On-run union tee (MC=TUOR) (SN=F127) TNF=P15A & P52 Female threaded ends For GCP: Rating="Value". Sc/Th="NREQD" It will only be possible to place components with two different sizes. Commodity Discussions 6Q3C28. Sc/Th="NREQD" 125 . Sc/Th="NREQD" For RCP: Rating="Value". Sc/Th="NREQD" B. Sc/Th="NREQD" For RCP: Rating="-". Sc/Th="NREQD" For RCP: Rating="Value". Sc/Th="-" TNF=P27A & P64 Male threaded/female threaded ends For GCP: Rating="-". Reducing run and branch tee (in-line) Reducing run and branch tee (MC=TRRB) (SN=F125) TNF=P26A & P62 Flanged/flanged ends For GCP: Rating="Value". Street tee (in-line) (not-automatic) Street tee (MC=TST) (SN=F122_2) TNF=P27A & P64 Male threaded/female threaded ends For GCP: Rating="-". Sc/Th="NREQD" For RCP: Rating="-". 6Q3C27. Sc/Th="NREQD" TNF=P26A & P62 Female threaded/female threaded ends For GCP: Rating="Value". Sc/Th="NREQD" For RCP: Rating="Value". Sc/Th="NREQD" For RCP: Rating="Value". Sc/Th="NREQD" For RCP: Rating="Value".

Sc/Th="-" Drip ring tee w/0. Sc/Th="NREQD-" For RCP: Rating="-". Sc/Th="-" Drip ring tee w/0._ _______________ PDS Piping Component Data . Basin tee (in-line) Basin tee (MC=TBA) (SN=F122_1) TNF=P15A & P52 Female threaded ends For GCP: Rating="Value". Reducing instrument tee (in-line) (not-automatic) Reducing instrument tee (MC=TRIF) (SN=F134M) TNF=P26A & P62 Thru-bolted/flanged ends Thru-bolted/flanged ends with integral gaskets For GCP: Rating="Value". Sc/Th="-" Drip ring tee w/0. Drip ring tee (in-line) (not-automatic) Drip ring tee w/0. up to 4. is defined in the "Mod" column of the Piping Job Specification.5inch socketwelded taps (MC=TDRAW) (SN=F134) TNF=P15A & P52 Thru-bolted/socketwelded ends For GCP: Rating="Value". Sc/Th="NREQD" 6Q3C36. 6Q3C38. Sc/Th="NREQD" For RCP: Rating="-". Sc/Th="NREQD" For RCP: Rating="Value". Sc/Th="NREQD" For RCP: Rating="-". Sc/Th="NREQD" For RCP: Rating="-".75inch threaded taps (MC=TDRB) (SN=F134) TNF=P15A & P52 Thru-bolted/female threaded ends For GCP: Rating="Value".75inch socketwelded taps (MC=TDRBW) (SN=F134) TNF=P15A & P52 Thru-bolted/socketwelded ends For GCP: Rating="Value". Sc/Th="NREQD" For RCP: Rating="-".April 2002 6Q3C34. Sc/Th="-" The following comments apply to the above items: o The number of taps. Sc/Th="-" 126 .5inch threaded taps (MC=TDRA) (SN=F134) TNF=P15A & P52 Thru-bolted/female threaded ends For GCP: Rating="Value".

Sc/Th="Value" For RCP: Rating="-". Commodity Discussions 127 . Lateral (in-line) Lateral (MC=L) (SN=F147) TNF=P15A & P52 Flanged ends For GCP: Rating="Value". Sc/Th="-" TNF=P27A & P64 Spigot/push-on bell ends Plain/push-on bell ends For GCP: Rating="-". Sc/Th="-" TNF=P15A & P52 Mechanical joint ends For GCP: Rating="Value". Sc/Th="NREQD" TNF=P11A & P51 Beveled ends Male grooved ends For GCP: Rating="-". Sc/Th="NREQD" For RCP: Rating="Value". Sc/Th="NREQD" On-line Fittings (6P3C) and In-line Fittings (6Q3C) 6Q3C45. Sc/Th="Value" For RCP: Rating="-". Sc/Th="NREQD" For RCP: Rating="-". Sc/Th="Value" For RCP: Rating="-". Sc/Th="Value" For RCP: Rating="-"._ _______________ Appendix B: TNF=P27A & P64 Spigot/push-on bell ends For GCP: Rating="-". Sc/Th="NREQD" B. Sc/Th="-" TNF=P15A & P52 Socket ends Socketwelded ends Female threaded ends Mechanical joint bell ends For GCP: Rating="Value". Sc/Th="-" 6Q3C47. Sc/Th="NREQD" For RCP: Rating="Value". Sc/Th="NREQD" or "Value" For RCP: Rating="-". Sc/Th="NREQD" or "Value" For RCP: Rating="-". Sc/Th="-" TNF=P25A & P61 Mechanical joint/plain ends For GCP: Rating="Value". True Y (in-line) (not-automatic) True Y (MC=Y) (SN=F145) TNF=P15A & P52 Flanged ends For GCP: Rating="Value". Sc/Th="-" TNF=P11A & P51 Beveled ends Male grooved ends For GCP: Rating="-".

Sc/Th="NREQD" TNF=P21A & P63 Beveled/beveled ends Male grooved/male grooved ends For GCP: Rating="-". Sc/Th="-" 128 . 6Q3C52. Sc/Th="Value" For RCP: Rating="Value". Reducing run and branch lateral (in-line) Reducing run and branch lateral (MC=LRRB) (SN=F150) TNF=P26A & P62 Flanged/flanged ends For GCP: Rating="Value". Sc/Th="NREQD" For RCP: Rating="-".April 2002 6Q3C49. Sc/Th="NREQD" For RCP: Rating="Value". Sc/Th="Value" TNF=P26A & P62 Socketwelded/socketwelded ends Female threaded/female threaded ends Mechanical joint bell/mechanical joint bell ends For GCP: Rating="Value". Reducing branch lateral (in-line) Reducing branch lateral (MC=LRB) (SN=F147) TNF=P26A & P62 Flanged/flanged ends For GCP: Rating="Value". Sc/Th="Value" TNF=P27A & P64 Spigot/push-on bell ends For GCP: Rating="-". Sc/Th="NREQD" For RCP: Rating="Value". Sc/Th="NREQD" 6Q3C50. Sc/Th="NREQD" or "Value" For RCP: Rating="Value". Sc/Th="NREQD" TNF=P26A & P62 Mechanical joint/mechanical joint ends For GCP: Rating="Value". Sc/Th="NREQD" For RCP: Rating="Value". Sc/Th="Value" For RCP: Rating="-". Sc/Th="NREQD" It will only be possible to place components with two different sizes. Sc/Th="NREQD" or "Value" TNF=P25A & P61 Mechanical joint/plain ends For GCP: Rating="Value"._ _______________ PDS Piping Component Data . 90 deg short Y-branch (in-line) (not-automatic) 90 deg short Y-branch (MC=S90YB) (SN=F152) TNF=P15A & P52 Female threaded ends For GCP: Rating="Value". Sc/Th="NREQD" or "Value" For RCP: Rating="-".

90 deg reducing long Y-branch (in-line) (notautomatic) 90 deg reducing long Y-branch (MC=L90YRB) (SN=F154) TNF=P26A & P62 Female threaded/female threaded ends For GCP: Rating="Value". Sc/Th="Value" For RCP: Rating="-". 90 deg long Y-branch (in-line) (not-automatic) 90 deg long Y-branch (MC=L90YB) (SN=F154) TNF=P15A & P52 Female threaded ends For GCP: Rating="Value". Sc/Th="Value" 6Q3C60. Sc/Th="NREQD" For RCP: Rating="Value". Sc/Th="Value" For RCP: Rating="-". Sc/Th="Value" For RCP: Rating="-". Commodity Discussions 6Q3C55._ _______________ Appendix B: On-line Fittings (6P3C) and In-line Fittings (6Q3C) 6Q3C53. Sc/Th="-" B. Cross (in-line) (not-automatic) Cross (MC=X) (SN=F160) TNF=P15A & P52 Flanged ends For GCP: Rating="Value". Sc/Th="NREQD" For RCP: Rating="Value". 90 deg reducing short Y-branch (in-line) (notautomatic) 90 deg reducing short Y-branch (MC=S90YRB) (SN=F152) TNF=P26A & P62 Female threaded/female threaded ends For GCP: Rating="Value". Sc/Th="NREQD" For RCP: Rating="-". Sc/Th="NREQD" 6Q3C54. Sc/Th="-" TNF=P11A & P51 Male grooved ends For GCP: Rating="-". Sc/Th="NREQD" For RCP: Rating="-". Sc/Th="-" TNF=P15A & P52 Socket ends Socketwelded ends Female threaded ends For GCP: Rating="Value". Sc/Th="-" 129 . Sc/Th="NREQD" TNF=P21A & P63 Male grooved/male grooved ends For GCP: Rating="-".

Sc/Th="NREQD" or "Value" For RCP: Rating="-". Sc/Th="Value" TNF=P26A & P62 Socketwelded/socketwelded ends Female threaded/female threaded ends For GCP: Rating="Value".April 2002 TNF=P15A & P52 Mechanical joint ends For GCP: Rating="Value". Sc/Th="NREQD" TNF=P11A & P51 Beveled ends Male grooved ends Plain ends For GCP: Rating="-". Sc/Th="NREQD" or "Value" TNF=P25A & P61 Mechanical joint/plain ends For GCP: Rating="Value". Sc/Th="NREQD" or "Value" For RCP: Rating="-". Sc/Th="Value" For RCP: Rating="-". Sc/Th="NREQD" or "Value" For RCP: Rating="Value". Sc/Th="NREQD" For RCP: Rating="Value". Sc/Th="NREQD" For RCP: Rating="Value". Sc/Th="NREQD" 130 . Sc/Th="NREQD" For RCP: Rating="Value". Sc/Th="-" TNF=P27A & P64 Spigot/push-on bell ends For GCP: Rating="-". Sc/Th="-" TNF=P25A & P61 Mechanical joint/plain ends For GCP: Rating="Value"._ _______________ PDS Piping Component Data . Sc/Th="NREQD" or "Value" For RCP: Rating="-". Sc/Th="NREQD" 6Q3C62. Reducing branches cross (in-line) (not-automatic) Reducing branches cross (MC=XRB) (SN=F160) TNF=P26A & P62 Flanged/flanged ends For GCP: Rating="Value". Sc/Th="Value" TNF=P27A & P64 Spigot/push-on bell ends For GCP: Rating="-". Sc/Th="Value" For RCP: Rating="Value". Sc/Th="NREQD" TNF=P26A & P62 Mechanical joint/mechanical joint ends For GCP: Rating="Value". Sc/Th="Value" For RCP: Rating="-". Sc/Th="NREQD" TNF=P21A & P63 Beveled/beveled ends Male grooved/male grooved ends For GCP: Rating="-".

Sc/Th="NREQD" For RCP: Rating="-". Sweepolet (in-line) Sweepolet (MC=SWOL) (SN=F172) TNF=P28A & P65 Beveled/beveled ends For GCP: Rating="-". Sc/Th="NREQD" For RCP: Rating="-". Sc/Th="Value" 6Q3C72._ _______________ Appendix B: It will only be possible to place components with two different sizes. 6Q3C64. Sc/Th="NREQD" It will only be possible to place components with two different sizes. Sc/Th="Value" For RCP: Rating="-". Saddle (in-line) Saddle (MC=SAD) (SN=F170) TNF=P21A & P63 Plain/plain ends For GCP: Rating="-". Commodity Discussions 6Q3C70. Basin cross (in-line) (not-automatic) Basin cross (MC=XBA) (SN=F160) TNF=P15A & P52 Female threaded ends For GCP: Rating="Value". Sc/Th="-" B. Sc/Th="NREQD" For RCP: Rating="Value". On-line Fittings (6P3C) and In-line Fittings (6Q3C) 6Q3C63. Sc/Th="NREQD" TNF=P26A & P62 Socketwelded/socketwelded ends Female threaded/female threaded ends For GCP: Rating="Value". Sc/Th="NREQD" For RCP: Rating="Value". 131 . Reducing run and branches cross (in-line) (notautomatic) Reducing run and branches cross (MC=XRRB) (SN=F163) TNF=P26A & P62 Flanged/flanged ends For GCP: Rating="Value". Sc/Th="Value" Data defined for these components will allow the system to determine the applicable stress intensification factors (SIF) to be used in stress analysis of the piping system.

April 2002 The thickness of the portion of piping from PCP2 of this component to the centerline of the header is reported as "RIGID" to the Pipe Stress Analysis software. Data defined for these components will allow the system to determine the applicable stress intensification factors (SIF) to be used in stress analysis of the piping system. 132 . Weldolet (in-line) Weldolet (MC=WOL) (SN=F173) TNF=P28A & P65 Beveled/beveled ends For GCP: Rating="-"._ _______________ PDS Piping Component Data . The thickness of the portion of piping from PCP2 of this component to the centerline of the header is reported as "RIGID" to the Pipe Stress Analysis software. The thickness of the portion of piping from PCP2 of this component to the centerline of the header is reported as "RIGID" to the Pipe Stress Analysis software. 6Q3C73. regardless of the value in the Piping Job Specification so as not to provide a fictitious flexibility. Sc/Th="Value" In determining the "L" dimension for dimension tables for weldolets =<2 inch NPD (related to "A" dimension in Bonney Forge catalog) will only depend on the size and thickness of the outlet and is independent of the thickness of the header. Sc/Th="NREQD" Data defined for these components will allow the system to determine the applicable stress intensification factors (SIF) to be used in stress analysis of the piping system. Sc/Th="Value" For RCP: Rating="-". Sc/Th="NREQD" For RCP: Rating="Value". 6Q3C74. Sockolet (in-line) Sockolet (MC=SOL) (SN=F173) TNF=P28A & P65 Beveled/socketwelded ends For GCP: Rating="-". regardless of the value in the Piping Job Specification so as not to provide a fictitious flexibility. regardless of the value in the Piping Job Specification so as not to provide a fictitious flexibility.

6Q3C76. Surface areas and weights for nippolets are based on 4. Thredolet (in-line) Thredolet (MC=TOL) (SN=F173) TNF=P28A & P65 Beveled/female threaded ends For GCP: Rating="-". Sc/Th="Value" For RCP: Rating="-".5 inch length._ _______________ Appendix B: On-line Fittings (6P3C) and In-line Fittings (6Q3C) 6Q3C75. Nippolet (in-line) Nippolet (MC=NOL) (SN=F176) TNF=P28A & P65 Beveled/male threaded ends Beveled/plain ends For GCP: Rating="-". The thickness of the portion of piping from PCP2 of this component to the centerline of the header is reported as "RIGID" to the Pipe Stress Analysis software. Sc/Th="NREQD" For RCP: Rating="-". regardless of the value in the Piping Job Specification so as not to provide a fictitious flexibility. Sc/Th="NREQD" For RCP: Rating="Value". Sc/Th="NREQD" Data defined for these components will allow the system to determine the applicable stress intensification factors (SIF) to be used in stress analysis of the piping system. The thickness of the portion of piping from PCP2 of this component to the centerline of the header is reported as "RIGID" to the Pipe Stress Analysis software. regardless of the value in the Piping Job Specification so as not to provide a fictitious flexibility. Data defined for these components will allow the system to determine the applicable stress intensification factors (SIF) to be used in stress analysis of the piping system. Sc/Th="Value" 133 . Commodity Discussions 6Q3C77. Elbolet (in-line) (not-automatic) Elbolet for LR elbow (MC=EOLLR) (SN=F177) TNF=P28A & P65 Beveled/beveled ends For GCP: Rating="-". Sc/Th="Value" The length of the nippolet is defined in the "Mod" column of the Piping Job Specification. B.

Sc/Th="NREQD" Data defined for these components will allow the system to determine the applicable stress intensification factors (SIF) to be used in stress analysis of the piping system. 134 . Sc/Th="NREQD" For RCP: Rating="Value". Sc/Th="Value" For RCP: Rating="-". Sc/Th="Value" Beveled/socketwelded ends Beveled/female threaded ends For GCP: Rating="-"._ _______________ PDS Piping Component Data . Sc/Th="NREQD" In determining the "L" dimension for dimension tables for weldolets =<2 inch NPD (related to "A" dimension in Bonney Forge catalog) will only depend on the size and thickness of the outlet and is independent of the thickness of the header. regardless of the value in the Piping Job Specification so as not to provide a fictitious flexibility. Data defined for these components will allow the system to determine the applicable stress intensification factors (SIF) to be used in stress analysis of the piping system. Sc/Th="NREQD" Elbolet for SR elbow (MC=EOLSR) (SN=F177) TNF=P28A & P65 Beveled/beveled ends For GCP: Rating="-". The thickness of the portion of piping from PCP2 of this component to the centerline of the header is reported as "RIGID" to the Pipe Stress Analysis software. 6Q3C78. Sc/Th="Value" Beveled/socketwelded ends Beveled/female threaded ends For GCP: Rating="-". regardless of the value in the Piping Job Specification so as not to provide a fictitious flexibility. The thickness of the portion of piping from PCP1 of this component to the centerline of the elbow is reported as "RIGID" to the Pipe Stress Analysis software. Sc/Th="NREQD" For RCP: Rating="Value". Latrolet (in-line) (not-automatic) Latrolet (MC=LOL) (SN=F178) TNF=P28A & P65 Beveled/beveled ends For GCP: Rating="-". Sc/Th="NREQD" For RCP: Rating="Value".April 2002 Beveled/socketwelded ends Beveled/female threaded ends For GCP: Rating="-". Sc/Th="Value" For RCP: Rating="-".

B. regardless of the value in the Piping Job Specification so as not to provide a fictitious flexibility. In the isometric drawings. The thickness of the portion of piping from PCP2 of this component to the centerline of the header is reported as "RIGID" to the Pipe Stress Analysis software. Reinforcing pad (in-line) Stub-on reinforcing pad (MC=RPAD) (SN=F180) TNF=P29A & None Plain/plain ends For GCP: Rating="-". Sc/Th="-" For RCP: Rating="-". Commodity Discussions 135 . a note will not be placed in the graphic part of the drawing to show their size. Sc/Th="Value" Beveled/socketwelded ends Beveled/female threaded ends For GCP: Rating="-". Sc/Th="-" This model code represents a "stub-on" reinforcing pad. that is one in which the pipe terminates at the outside surface of the header. The following comments apply to all reinforcing pads: o Reinforcing pads are defined in the piping materials classes to have an actual value for fabrication category. Sc/Th="-" For RCP: Rating="-"._ _______________ Appendix B: On-line Fittings (6P3C) and In-line Fittings (6Q3C) 6Q3C79. A short description has been prepared for reinforcing pads and is displayed in the bill of materials. Stub-in reinforcing pad (MC=RPAD2) (SN=F180) TNF=P29A & None Plain/plain ends For GCP: Rating="-". that is one in which the pipe terminates at the inside surface of the header. Sc/Th="NREQD" For RCP: Rating="Value". Sc/Th="Value" For RCP: Rating="-". Endolet (in-line) (not-automatic) Flatolet on head/cap (MC=FOLHC) (SN=F179) TNF=P28A & P65 Beveled/beveled ends For GCP: Rating="-". 6Q3C80. Sc/Th="NREQD" Data defined for these components will allow the system to determine the applicable stress intensification factors (SIF) to be used in stress analysis of the piping system. Sc/Th="-" This model code represents a "stub-in" reinforcing pad. which may be changed after placement.

See section titled "Choosing a Branch Connection from a Branches Table" for details. Four different types of intersection is recognized: . . This angle will be derived by the system from data in the design file. dimensions are to be derived from either a data table and/or from branch calculations. If a branch calculation is involved. o Two possibilities exist regarding dimensions for a reinforcing pad: ._ _______________ PDS Piping Component Data .If a "0" is entered in the "MOD" column of the Piping Job Specification. regardless of the value in the Piping Job Specification so as not to provide a fictitious flexibility. o The angle of intersection between the header and the branch is part of the table name containing dimensional parameters for the component. their values are stored in the TDB so that in subsequent recreations of the piping system. both the pad width and pad thickness are included in the applicable dimension table. o The thickness of the portion of piping from PCP2 of this component to the centerline of the header is reported as "RIGID" to the Pipe Stress Analysis software. If dimensions are provided by the user.Intersections at 45 degrees: the number "45" is used as part of the table name. For the case where no branch calculation is involved.Intersections at angles greater than 45 but lesser than 90 degrees: the number "4590" is used as part of the table name. o Data defined for these components will allow the system to determine the applicable stress intensification factors (SIF) to be used in stress analysis of the piping system.Intersections at angles equal to or greater than 20 but less than 45 degrees: the number "2045" is used as part of the table name. a value is provided in the dimension table for pad width and either a "-" or value for pad thickness. . 136 .Intersections at 90 degrees: the number "90" is used as part of the table name. o The empty weight of these components is neglected.If a "1" is entered in such column. . for example reinforcing a pipe or a head respectively.April 2002 o Reinforcing pads may be placed with either single or double curvature. . the system is to prompt for dimensions. those values and not those that might exist in a data table are used by the system.

This angle will be derived by the system from data in the design file. . Stub-in reinforcing weld (MC=RWELD2) (SN=F182) TNF=P29A & None Beveled ends For GCP: Rating="-". The option not to display reinforcing welds in the bill of materials is chosen. for example reinforcing a pipe or a head respectively. Reinforcing weld (in-line) Stub-on reinforcing weld (MC=RWELD) (SN=F182) TNF=P29A & None Beveled ends For GCP: Rating="-".Intersections at angles equal to or greater than 20 but less than 45 degrees: the number "2045" is used as part of the table name. that is one in which the pipe terminates at the inside surface of the header. in the ISOGEN options file. however. The following comments apply to all reinforcing welds: B. A short description has been prepared for reinforcing welds. o Reinforcing welds may be placed with either single or double curvature. Sc/Th="-" This model code represents a "stub-on" reinforcing weld.Intersections at 45 degrees: the number "45" is used as part of the table name. In the isometric drawings.Intersections at 90 degrees: the number "90" is used as part of the table name. that is one in which the pipe terminates at the outside surface of the header. Sc/Th="-" This model code represents a "stub-in" reinforcing weld. .Intersections at angles greater than 45 but lesser than 90 degrees: the number "4590" is used as part of the table name._ _______________ Appendix B: On-line Fittings (6P3C) and In-line Fittings (6Q3C) 6Q3C82. Commodity Discussions o Reinforcing welds are defined in the piping materials classes to have a fabrication category of "-" since for them it is not possible to define this attribute. o The angle of intersection between the header and the branch is part of the table name containing dimensional parameters for the component. a note is placed in the graphic part of the drawing to show their size. Sc/Th="-" For RCP: Rating="-". 137 . . Four different types of intersection is recognized: . Sc/Th="-" For RCP: Rating="-".

Branch nipple (in-line) (not-automatic) Branch nipple (MC=NIP) (SN=F188) TNF=P11A & P51 Male threaded ends Plain ends For GCP: Rating="-". the system is to prompt for dimensions. . metric units (MC=BWELD2) (SN=F184) Buttweld.If a "1" is entered in such column. English units (MC=BWELD) (SN=F184) TNF=None & P51 Beveled ends For GCP: Rating="-". dimensions are to be derived from either a data table and/or from branch calculations. a value is provided for the reinforcing weld size in the applicable dimension table. regardless of the value in the Piping Job Specification so as not to provide a fictitious flexibility. If dimensions are provided by the user. Sc/Th="Value" For RCP: Rating="-".If a "0" is entered in the "MOD" column of the Piping Job Specification. Sc/Th="Value" 138 . o Data defined for these components will allow the system to determine the applicable stress intensification factors (SIF) to be used in stress analysis of the piping system. For either case. 6Q3C84. mixed units (MC=BWELD3) (SN=F184) 6Q3C88. Sc/Th="Value" For RCP: Rating="-"._ _______________ PDS Piping Component Data . their values are stored in the TDB so that in subsequent recreations of the piping system. o The thickness of the portion of piping from PCP2 of this component to the centerline of the header is reported as "RIGID" to the Pipe Stress Analysis software. Sc/Th="-" TNF=P21A & P63 Male threaded/plain ends For GCP: Rating="-". o The empty weight of these components is neglected.April 2002 o Two possibilities exist regarding dimensions for a reinforcing weld: . See section titled "Choosing a Branch Connection from a Branches Table" for details. Sc/Th="-" Buttweld. Buttweld (in-line) (not-automatic) Buttweld. Sc/Th="Value" For RCP: Rating="-". those values and not those that might exist in a data table are used by the system.

Sc/Th="-" Gaskets are handled as follows: o At a bolted joint. Sc/Th="-" For RCP: Rating="-". Gasket There is no model code for this piping component. It is only required in the piping materials class for piping materials purposes. Sc/Th="Value" For RCP: Rating="-". Sc/Th="Value" For RCP: Rating="-". Requirements defined below apply to both thru-bolted and non-thru-bolted ends unless specifically indicated otherwise. preparation. B. to account for a bolted joint including an orifice flange and an orifice plate. o The definition of each gasket entry in the piping materials class will include values for each of the parameters listed below. Sc/Th="Value" The length of the in-line nipple is defined in the "Mod" column of the Piping Job Specification. o A gasket entry is required for every combination of diameter. bolted ends may be either thru-bolted or non-thru-bolted. commodity components and/or specialty components to which the piping materials class applies. For example. Sc/Th="-" TNF=P21A & P63 Male threaded/plain ends For GCP: Rating="-". On-line Fittings (6P3C) and In-line Fittings (6Q3C) 6Q3C89. Commodity Discussions 6Q3C95._ _______________ Appendix B: The length of the branch nipple is defined in the "Mod" column of the Piping Job Specification. In-line nipple (in-line) (not-automatic) In-line nipple (MC=NIPIL) (SN=F188) TNF=P11A & P51 Male threaded ends Plain ends For GCP: Rating="-". Surface areas and weights for in-line nipples are based on 4 inch length. rating and table suffix of nozzles. Surface areas and weights for branch nipples are based on 4 inch length. two gasket entries must be defined: one with TS=29 for the orifice flange end and the other one with TS-5 for the orifice plate end. 139 . TNF=None & None For GCP: Rating="Value".

Material grade: the entry of a value for this parameter is optional. .Fabrication class: these entries will define the disposition that is made of the gasket for material reporting and isometric purposes._ _______________ PDS Piping Component Data .April 2002 . . he could do so by overriding during placement of a commodity or specialty component the gasket override option that is to apply for gasket selection.Mod: this attribute allows the definition of the compressed gasket thickness or other gasket parameter that is required to procure the gasket. the values of rating must omit characters such as "CL". If one of the bolted ends to be placed is to mate a previously placed end which has a different gasket override option. o The default selection of a gasket is based upon option "1".Option:: the value "1" will apply unless a different option value is defined as an override as part of the placement of the commodity or specialty component for which the gasket is intended. . If the user wishes to use a gasket at a joint other than the default. . Gasket definitions should not be made for end preparations implying integral gaskets. It will also provide search keys for the value of gasket gap in Gaps Table. . For a piping materials class in which all gaskets are integral. .Geometry standard: the entry of a value for this parameter is optional. .GCP from-to: these entries will define the ranges of nominal diameters for which the gasket is intended.GCP table suffix: these entries will define the table suffix for which the gasket is intended.Commodity code . . the gasket gap in the Piping Job Specification table is defined as "0".AABBCC code: the value 6Q3C95 will always apply. It has been entered in the piping materials classes to assist the user in interpreting the definition of the gasket. The value of this override option will apply to all the connect points of all bolted ends placed as part of that placement operation. "#" and "OT" even if these were used in the definition of the component to which the gasket will correspond. placement of the 140 .GCP preparation: these entries will define the end preparation for which the gasket is intended. . .GCP rating: these entries will define the pressure rating for which the gasket is intended. For this definition. It has been entered in the piping materials classes to assist the user in interpreting the definition of the gasket.TMx: this use of the one of the the Gasket represents the maximum temperature for which gasket is allowed.

This characteristic only affects the ownership of such gaskets and studs. If a user needs to assign the ownership of gaskets and studs for the joint to a particular bolted end. regardless of the number of ends involved at the joint and of the design volumes in which they might be found. the system will compare the commodity codes and modifiers of mating ends. he could use the gasket override option defined above to achieve the desired results. the system will respect the gasket override option defined during previous placements. no gasket is returned by the system. the gasket to use on the basis of the functional capability described under the heading "Choosing Gasket at Bolted End".If none of the ends at the bolted joint has an end preparation indicating that an integral gasket applies. o At the a bolted joint. Commodity Discussions 141 . As was the case for the default ownership. The gasket selection itself is based on the criteria given in preceding paragraphs and not on the properties of the first bolted end encountered by the system. If they are identical. The gasket gap that will apply to the override gasket is determined by the system from a gasket gap table in a manner analogous to that used for the default gaskets. On-line Fittings (6P3C) and In-line Fittings (6Q3C) B. bolted ends added by the system to mate existing ends will inherit the values of gasket override option that apply to the previously placed ends.If one or both of the ends at the bolted joint has an end preparation indicating that an integral gasket applies. from the piping materials class. he may do so by setting the value of the applicable user-data attribute for the applicable connect point to either "Default Gasket/Bolts/Nuts Ownership" or "Gasket/Bolts/Nuts Owned by this Component". If the user needed to apply a gasket at that joint. however. o Two possibilities exist regarding gasket selection depending upon the value for end preparation of the components at the bolted joint: . . this attribute only controls in which isometric drawing the gaskets and studs are listed and not their selection basis. During model reconstruction. if not identical a fatal error is reported. the system will proceed as follows: + The system will select for each bolted end in a bolted joint. the gasket selection is deemed to be successful. the default ownership for all gaskets and studs required by the joint is assigned by the system to the first non-thru-bolted end found by the system during the gasket selection process._ _______________ Appendix B: component will fail. During automatic component placement. + After all gaskets are so determined at a bolted joint.

For this definition. — A stud entry is required for every combination of nominal diameter. — GCP and RCP rating: these entries will define the pressure rating of the non-thru-bolted ends of the bolted joint for which the stud is intended. the values of rating must omit characters such as "CL". Two possibilities exist: 1. is defined under the GCP data. Stud There is no model code for this piping component. Requirements defined below apply to both thru-bolted and non-thru-bolted ends unless specifically indicated otherwise. preparation (only if the RDB option that involves CP termination for bolt length calculations is active) and rating of nozzles. — AABBCC code: the value 6Q3C97 will always apply. "#" and "OT" even if these were used in the definition of the component to which the stud will correspond. regardless of the values for rating. the value of the preparation will only be included in the GCP preparation column. Sc/Th="-" Studs are handled by the system as follows: At a bolted joint. commodity components and/or specialty components to which the piping materials class applies.) The stud is intended for mating bolted ends with different either preparation or rating: the properties of the end(s) with the lowest codelist number defining its CP preparation. Sc/Th="-" For RCP: Rating="Value"._ _______________ PDS Piping Component Data . The definition of each stud entry in the piping materials class will include values for each of the parameters listed below. Only data for the GCP is provided regardless of whether the stud is intended for non-thru-bolted ends with identical preparation and/or ratings or not. bolted ends may be either thru-bolted or non-thru-bolted. a "-" is included for the RCP preparation. The following possibilities exist: 142 . 2. It is only required in the piping materials class for piping materials purposes. — GCP from-to: these entries will define the ranges of nominal diameter of the non-thru-bolted ends of the bolted joint for which the stud is intended. — GCP and RCP preparation: these entries will define the preparation of the non-thru-bolted ends of the bolted joint for which the stud is intended.) The stud is intended for non-thru-bolted ends with identical preparations and rating. TNF=None & None For GCP: Rating="Value".April 2002 6Q3C97. — Option:: the value "1" will always apply.

— TMx: this represents the maximum temperature at which use of the stud is allowed. 3. the value of the weaker rating is included in the RCP rating column. Commodity Discussions — Geometry standard: the entry of a value for this parameter is optional. — Commodity code: a different commodity code is assigned. B. the stud to use and its applicable data on the basis of the functional capability described under the heading "Choosing Stud at Bolted Joint"._ _______________ Appendix B: 2. It has been entered in the piping materials classes to assist the user in interpreting the definition of the stud. or 143 . a "-" is included for the RCP rating. for example. from the piping materials class of the end that owns the joint. The value "1" defines machine bolts that will use nuts of standard nut allowance. the ’almost precise’ value applies to the corresponding toggle switch).) The stud is intended for mating bolted ends with different preparations and ratings: the properties of the end(s) with the lowest codelist number defining its CP preparation is defined under the GCP data. — Material grade: the entry of a value for this parameter is optional. The system will access for each non-thru-bolted end in a bolted joint the applicable of the tables described below. On-line Fittings (6P3C) and In-line Fittings (6Q3C) 1. if the RDB option that involves CP termination for bolt length calculations is not active (in the WS software. It has been entered in the piping materials classes to assist the user in interpreting the definition of the stud.) The stud is intended for mating bolted ends with identical preparations but different ratings: the value of the stronger rating is included in the GCP rating column. The system will select.) The stud is intended for non-thru-bolted ends with identical preparations and ratings: the value of the rating will only be included in the GCP rating column. This situation is commonly found. — Mod: the following characteristics apply: + The sign used for this attribute defines whether a stud (+ or no sign) or a machine bolt (-) is involved. to: + Studs which are always lubricated. due to equipment nozzle rating differing from that of the mating piping component flange. + Studs which are only lubricated when they exceed a given bolt diameter. + The value "0" defines studs that will use nuts of standard nut allowance. Values "2" through "5" define either studs (+ or no sign) or machine bolts (-) that use special nut allowances. — STUD_Rat_TS. + Studs which are never lubricated. for example. — Fabrication class: these entries will define the disposition that is made of the stud for material reporting and isometric purposes.

the system will proceed. If identical values for bolt circle diameter are derived. Stud and machine bolt lengths are calculated by the system as the sum of the following: — The values for all dimensions "R" derived from the applicable generic tables for all nonthru-bolted ends involved in the bolted connection. a fatal error is reported. to determine the number and diameter of bolts required and the nut allowance to be used. If different values are derived. if the RDB option that involves CP termination for bolt length calculations is active (in the WS software. for the non-thru-bolted ends of the joint. the ’precise’ value applies to the corresponding toggle switch)._ _______________ PDS Piping Component Data . * STUD_Term_Rat_TS. regardless of whether the bolted ends are in the same or in different design volumes.April 2002 — STUD_Term_Rat_TS. if the RDB option that involves CP termination for bolt length calculations is active (in the WS software. the ’almost precise’ value applies to the corresponding toggle switch). if the RDB option that involves CP termination for bolt length calculations is not active (in the WS software. The system will use the termination type (only if the RDB option that involves CP termination for bolt length calculations is active). plus — The values for all gasket gaps involved in the bolted connection. the system will proceed. Both thru-bolted ends and non-thru-bolted ends will have a BLT_Term_Rat_TS tables associated with them. No similar access to a stud table is made for the thru-bolted ends of the joint. rating and table suffix of the applicable bolted end to select the stud table to use. If identical values for number and diameter of bolts are derived from all the stud tables that were accessed for the bolted joint. If different values are derived. a fatal error is reported. Tables for thru-bolted ends will have dashes for bolt circle diameter. The system will access for each non-thru-bolted end in the bolted joint the corresponding BLT_Term_Rat_TS table to determine the bolt circle diameter that applies. The actual value of nut allowance selected for each non-thru-bolted ends of the bolted joint is used in the determination of bolt length for the joint. the ’precise’ value applies to the corresponding toggle switch). Tables for non-thru-bolted ends will have actual values for bolt circle diameter. 144 . plus — The values for all "face to face" dimensions stored in the TDB for all thru-bolted ends involved in the bolted connection (it is essential that the value stored in the TDB for this parameter truly be a face to face dimension and not a connect point to connect point dimension). plus — The total nut allowances. as defined below: For studs: the sum of the nut allowances derived from the applicable of the tables described below: * STUD_Rat_TS. The value of nut allowance selected for each bolted end will depend upon the value of the modifier parameter read in the piping materials class for the stud applicable to the joint.

plus On-line Fittings (6P3C) and In-line Fittings (6Q3C) For the termination types defined below. if the RDB option that involves CP termination for bolt length calculations is active (in the WS software. this attribute only controls in which isometric drawing the gaskets and studs are listed and not their selection basis. The stud selection itself is based on the criteria given in preceding paragraphs and not on the properties of the first bolted end encountered by the system. the ’almost precise’ value applies to the corresponding toggle switch)._ _______________ Appendix B: For machine bolts: the larger of the nut allowances derived from the applicable of the tables described below: * STUD_Rat_TS. Commodity Discussions The resulting value will then be rounded up to the value indicated in table BOLT_LENGTH. the default ownership for all gaskets and studs required by the joint is assigned by the system to the first non-thru-bolted end found by the system during the stud selection process. if the RDB option that involves CP termination for bolt length calculations is not active (in the WS software. he may do so by setting the value of the applicable user-data attribute for the applicable connect point to either "Default Gasket/Bolts/Nuts Ownership" or "Gasket/Bolts/Nuts Owned by this Component". At the a bolted joint. for the non-thru-bolted ends of the joint. This characteristic only affects the ownership of such gaskets and studs. If the user has the need of assigning the ownership of gaskets and studs for the joint to a particular bolted end. 145 . the ’precise’ value applies to the corresponding toggle switch). regardless of the number of ends involved at the joint and of the design volumes in which they might be found. * STUD_Term_Rat_TS. which represent "lap type" ends. 60 = FFLFTP 70 = RFLFTP 80 = RJFLFTP 90 = TMFLFTP 100 = GFFLFTP [Flat-face lap-flanged termination type] (61-69) [Raised-face lap-flanged termination type] (71-79) [RTJ-face lap-flanged termination type] (81-89) [Tongue/male-face lap-flanged termination type] (91-99) [Groove/female-face lap-flanged termination type] (101-109) B. As was the case for the default ownership. the schedule/thickness from the TDB of the RCP of each non-thru bolted end involved in the flanged joint.

In-line (6Q4C) The applicability of the above AABB codes is as defined below for each component type.April 2002 B. They are handled by the piping commodities part of the Piping Job Specification exactly as they would be if they were a valve or a fitting. The dependent variables are surface area. The name of this table is comprised of the following parameters from the piping commodities part of the Piping Job Specification: MC GS Term(G) A The only independent variable in this table is the nominal diameter of the green connect point of the component. On-line (6P4C). The Piping Component Model Entity and the Piping Component Analysis Entity will apply to these classes of piping components. For each component in the piping commodities part of the Piping Job Specification.2. component specific data is defined in tables. The dependent variables are those dimensional parameters required to display the component in the model that were not included in the P11A table. the following applies: General data about the component is included in a table with format P11A. The name of the P11B table is comprised of the following parameters from the piping commodities part of the Piping Job Specification: MC GS Term(G)_B The only independent variable in this table is the nominal diameter of the green connect point of the component.1 Fire and Safety Discussions Fire and Safety Piping Components. followed by two numbers for the specific type of component. 6P4C or 6Q4C. If columns available in the above table were insufficient to allow definition of all the applicable dimensional parameters._ _______________ PDS Piping Component Data . GCP=Male If only green connect point data appears in the definition of the component in the piping commodities part of the Piping Job Specification and if the connect point is a male termination type. The AABBCC code for fire and safety piping components consists of the applicable AABB code.2 B. as follows: Green Connect Point Data Only. weight of water plus all those dimensional parameters required to display the component in the model whose values are not defined in a generic table. 146 . the remaining parameters are included in a table with format P11B. Fire and safety piping components are included in the piping materials class of the line in which placed.

The only dependent variable is empty weight of the component. the remaining parameters are included in a table with format P15B. The only dependent variable is empty weight of the component. The name of the P15B table is comprised of the following parameters from the piping commodities part of the Piping Job Specification: MC GS Term(G) Rat(G) B The only independent variable in this table is the nominal diameter of the green connect point of the component. If columns available in the above table were insufficient to allow definition of all the applicable dimensional parameters. RCP=Male If both green and red connect point data appears in the definition of the component in the Piping Job Specification. the green connect point is not a male termination type and the red connect point is a male termination type. B. GCP≠Male. Fire and Safety Discussions Green Connect Point Data Only. The name of this table is comprised of the following parameters from the piping commodities part of the Piping Job Specification: MC GS Term(G)_Rat(G) Sc/Th(G) WC The only independent variable in this table is the nominal diameter of the green connect point of the component. The dependent variables are surface area. weight of water plus all those dimensional parameters required to display the component in the model whose values are not defined in a generic table. the following applies: 147 . The dependent variables are those dimensional parameters required to display the component in the model that were not included in the P15A table. The empty weight of the component is included in a table with format P52. Commodity Discussions Green and Red Connect Point Data. the following applies: General data about the component is included in a table with format P15A. The name of this table is comprised of the following parameters from the piping commodities part of the Piping Job Specification: MC GS Term(G) Rat(G) A The only independent variable in this table is the nominal diameter of the green connect point of the component. The name of this table is comprised of the following parameters from the piping commodities part of the Piping Job Specification: MC GS Term(G)_Sc/Th(G) WC The only independent variable in this table is the nominal diameter of the green connect point of the component. GCP≠Male If only green connect point data appears in the definition of the component in the piping commodities part of the Piping Job Specification and if the connect point is not a male termination type._ _______________ Appendix B: The empty weight of the component is included in a table with format P51.

April 2002 General data about the component is included in a table with format P25A. The dependent variables are those dimensional parameters required to display the component in the model that were not included in the P25A table. Green and Red Connect Point Data. The name of the P26B table is comprised of the following parameters from the piping commodities part of the Piping Job Specification: 148 . the remaining parameters are included in a table with format P25B. The dependent variables are surface area. If columns available in the above table were insufficient to allow definition of all the applicable dimensional parameters. weight of water plus all those dimensional parameters required to display the component in the model whose values are not defined in a generic table. The only dependent variable is empty weight of the component. RCP≠Male If both green and red connect point data appears in the definition of the component in the Piping Job Specification and neither the green nor the red connect points are male termination types. the remaining parameters are included in a table with format P26B. The name of this table is comprised of the following parameters from the piping commodities part of the Piping Job Specification: MC GS Term(G)_Rat(G) Term(R)_A The independent variables in this table are the nominal diameters of the green and red connect points of the component. the following applies: General data about the component is included in a table with format P26A. The dependent variables are surface area. weight of water plus all those dimensional parameters required to display the component in the model whose values are not defined in a generic table. The name of the P25B table is comprised of the following parameters from the piping commodities part of the Piping Job Specification: MC GS Term(G)_Rat(G) Term(R)_B The independent variables in this table are the nominal diameters of the green and red connect points of the component. GCP≠Male. The empty weight of the component is included in a table with format P61. The name of this table is comprised of the following parameters from the piping commodities part of the Piping Job Specification: MC GS Term(G)_Rat(G) Term(R)_Rat(R) A The independent variables in this table are the nominal diameters of the green and red connect points of the component._ _______________ PDS Piping Component Data . If columns available in the above table were insufficient to allow definition of all the applicable dimensional parameters. The name of this table is comprised of the following parameters from the piping commodities part of the Piping Job Specification: MC GS Term(G)_Rat(G) Term(R)_Sc/Th(R) WC The independent variables in this table are the nominal diameters of the green and red connect points of the component.

weight of water plus all those dimensional parameters required to display the component in the model whose values are not defined in a generic table. The dependent variables are those dimensional parameters required to display the component in the model that were not included in the P26A table. The name of this table is comprised of the following parameters from the piping commodities part of the Piping Job Specification: MC_GS_Term(G) Sc/Th(G) Term(R) Sc/Th(R) WC The independent variables in this table are the nominal diameters of the green and red connect points of the component. Fire and Safety Discussions Green and Red Connect Point Data. RCP=Male If both green and red connect point data appears in the definition of the component in the Piping Job Specification and both the green and the red connect points are male termination types. The name of the P21B table is comprised of the following parameters from the piping commodities part of the Piping Job Specification: MC GS Term(G) Term(R) B The independent variables in this table are the nominal diameters of the green and red connect points of the component. The dependent variables are those dimensional parameters required to display the component in the model that were not included in the P21A table. GCP=Male. The name of this table is comprised of the following parameters from the piping commodities part of the Piping Job Specification: MC_GS_Term(G) Rat(G) Term(R) Rat(R) Sc/Th(R) WC The independent variables in this table are the nominal diameters of the green and red connect points of the component. The dependent variables are surface area._ _______________ Appendix B: MC GS Term(G)_Rat(G) Term(R)_Rat(R) B The independent variables in this table are the nominal diameters of the green and red connect points of the component. The only dependent variable is empty weight of the component. The name of this table is comprised of the following parameters from the piping commodities part of the Piping Job Specification: MC GS Term(G) Term(R) A The independent variables in this table are the nominal diameters of the green and red connect points of the component. The empty weight of the component is included in a table with format P62. Commodity Discussions General data about the component is included in a table with format P21A. the following applies: B. the remaining parameters are included in a table with format P21B. 149 . The only dependent variable is empty weight of the component. The empty weight of the component is included in a table with format P63. If columns available in the above table were insufficient to allow definition of all the applicable dimensional parameters.

If columns available in the above table were insufficient to allow definition of all the applicable dimensional parameters. GCP=Male. The empty weight of the component is included in a table with format P64. for a description of the table formats. To procure the component. the following applies: General data about the component is included in a table with format P27A. The dependent variables are surface area. Fire and safety piping components are not placed during automatic component placement. the green connect point is a male termination type and the red connect point is not a male termination type. weight of water plus all those dimensional parameters required to display the component in the model whose values are not defined in a generic table. 150 . The only dependent variable is empty weight of the component. Refer to Section 4. Model Graphics Definitions. the GCP and RCP rating and schedule/thickness that needs to be provided in the Piping Job Specification has been listed. The name of this table is comprised of the following parameters from the piping commodities part of the Piping Job Specification: MC_GS_Term(G) Term(R) Rat(R) A The independent variables in this table are the nominal diameters of the green and red connect points of the component. The dependent variables are those dimensional parameters required to display the component in the model that were not included in the P27A table. These values are required for one or more of the reasons indicated below and will not necessarily be part of the names of the tables that include data about the component. The name of this table is comprised of the following parameters from the piping commodities part of the Piping Job Specification: MC_GS_Term(G) Sc/Th(G) Term(R) Rat(R) WC The independent variables in this table are the nominal diameters of the green and red connect points of the component._ _______________ PDS Piping Component Data .April 2002 Green and Red Connect Point Data. The name of the P27B table is comprised of the following parameters from the piping commodities part of the Piping Job Specification: MC_GS_Term(G) Term(R) Rat(R) B The independent variables in this table are the nominal diameters of the green and red connect points of the component. the remaining parameters are included in a table with format P27B. To access data tables. Under the description of each table format applicable to each component type. They must be positioned manually. RCP≠Male If both green and red connect point data appears in the definition of the component in the Piping Job Specification.

Sc/Th="-" TNF=P11A. Sc/Th="NREQD" For RCP: Rating="-". P15B & P52 Flanged end Female threaded end For GCP: Rating="Value". P11B & P51 Male threaded end For GCP: Rating="-". Sc/Th="-" Elevated fire monitor type 2 (MC=ME2) (SN=FS2B) TNF=P15A. Fire monitor (in-line) Fire monitor type 1 (MC=MN1) (SN=FS1A) TNF=P15A. Sc/Th="NREQD" For RCP: Rating="-". Remotely operated fire monitor (in-line) Remotely operated fire monitor type 1 (MC=MR1) (SN=FS1A) TNF=P15A. P15B & P52 Flanged end For GCP: Rating="Value". Sc/Th="NREQD" For RCP: Rating="-". 6P4C or 6Q4C. AABBCC Description Fire and Safety Discussions 6Q4C01. Elevated fire monitor (in-line) Elevated fire monitor type 1 (MC=ME1) (SN=FS1A) TNF=P15A. Sc/Th="-" B. The AABBCC code for fire and safety piping components consists of the applicable AABB code._ _______________ Appendix B: To supply data required for stress analysis purposes. Sc/Th="NREQD" For RCP: Rating="-". Sc/Th="-" 6Q4C02. Sc/Th="NREQD" For RCP: Rating="-". P15B & P52 Flanged end Female threaded end For GCP: Rating="Value". P11B & P51 Male threaded end For GCP: Rating="-". Sc/Th="NREQD" For RCP: Rating="-". Commodity Discussions 6Q4C03. followed by two numbers for the specific type of component. P15B & P52 Flanged end Female threaded end For GCP: Rating="Value". Sc/Th="-" 151 . Sc/Th="-" TNF=P11A.

_ _______________ PDS Piping Component Data . Sc/Th="-" 6Q4C04. Sc/Th="NREQD" For RCP: Rating="-". Foam monitor (in-line) Foam monitor type 1 (MC=MF1) (SN=FS1A) TNF=P15A. Sc/Th="-" 6Q4C06. Remotely operated foam monitor (in-line) Remotely operated foam monitor type 1 (MC=MFR1) (SN=FS1A) TNF=P15A. Sc/Th="NREQD" For RCP: Rating="-". P15B & P52 Flanged end Female threaded end For GCP: Rating="Value". Sc/Th="-" 152 . Sc/Th="-" TNF=P11A. Sc/Th="-" TNF=P11A. Sc/Th="-" TNF=P11A. P11B & P51 Male threaded end For GCP: Rating="-". Sc/Th="NREQD" For RCP: Rating="-". Sc/Th="NREQD" For RCP: Rating="-". Sc/Th="NREQD" For RCP: Rating="-". P11B & P51 Male threaded end For GCP: Rating="-". Sc/Th="-" 6Q4C05 Elevated foam monitor (in-line) Elevated foam monitor type 1 (MC=MFE1) (SN=FS1A) TNF=P15A. Sc/Th="NREQD" For RCP: Rating="-". P15B & P52 Flanged end Female threaded end For GCP: Rating="Value". Sc/Th="NREQD" For RCP: Rating="-". P11B & P51 Male threaded end For GCP: Rating="-". P15B & P52 Flanged end Female threaded end For GCP: Rating="Value". P11B & P51 Male threaded end For GCP: Rating="-".April 2002 TNF=P11A.

P26B & P62 Flanged/flanged ends For GCP: Rating="Value". Sc/Th="NREQD" For RCP: Rating="Value". Sc/Th="-" Fire hydrant type 2 (MC=H2W2) (SN=FS10B) TNF=P15A & P52 Flanged end For GCP: Rating="Value". Sc/Th="-" 153 . Sc/Th="-" 6Q4C11. Sc/Th="NREQD" For RCP: Rating="-"._ _______________ Appendix B: Fire and Safety Discussions 6Q4C10. Sc/Th="NREQD" B. P26B & P62 Flanged/flanged ends Flanged ends/mechanical joint bell Flanged ends/push-on bell For GCP: Rating="Value". 3-way fire hydrant (in-line) 3-way fire hydrant type 1 (MC=H3W1) (SN=FS13A) TNF=P15A. Sc/Th="NREQD" For RCP: Rating="-". Commodity Discussions 6Q4C13. P15B & P52 Flanged end Mechanical joint bell end Push-on bell end For GCP: Rating="Value". Sc/Th="NREQD" For RCP: Rating="Value". [2-way] fire hydrant (in-line) Fire hydrant type 1 (MC=H2W1) (SN=FS10A) TNF=P15A. Sc/Th="NREQD" For RCP: Rating="-". P15B & P52 Flanged end Mechanical joint bell end Push-on bell end For GCP: Rating="Value". Sc/Th="NREQD" For RCP: Rating="-". Sc/Th="NREQD" Fire hydrant w/monitor nozzle type 2 (MC=H2WN2) (SN=FS11B) TNF=P26A. [2-way] fire hydrant w/monitor nozzle (in-line) Fire hydrant w/monitor nozzle type 1 (MC=H2WN1) (SN=FS11A) TNF=P26A. Sc/Th="-" 3-way fire hydrant type 2 (MC=H3W2) (SN=FS13B) TNF=P15A & P52 Flanged end For GCP: Rating="Value".

Sc/Th="NREQD" For RCP: Rating="-". Hose rack station (in-line) Hose rack station type 1 (MC=HRST1) (SN=FS24A) TNF=P15A & P52 Socketwelded end Female threaded end For GCP: Rating="Value". Sc/Th="NREQD" 6P4C30. Sc/Th="NREQD" For RCP: Rating="-". Sc/Th="NREQD" For RCP: Rating="Value". Sc/Th="-" 6Q4C25. P26B & P62 Flanged/flanged ends For GCP: Rating="Value". Sc/Th="NREQD" For RCP: Rating="-"._ _______________ PDS Piping Component Data . Sc/Th="-" 6Q4C26. Sc/Th="NREQD" For RCP: Rating="Value". Foam chamber (in-line) Foam chamber type 1 (MC=CF1) (SN=FS26A) TNF=P26A & P62 Flanged/flanged ends For GCP: Rating="Value". Hose reel (in-line) Hose reel type 1 (MC=HR1) (SN=FS24A) TNF=P15A & P52 Socketwelded end Female threaded end For GCP: Rating="Value". Sc/Th="NREQD" Foam chamber type 2 (MC=CF2) (SN=FS26B) TNF=P26A.April 2002 6Q4C24. Wet sprinkler (on-line) Wet sprinkler type 1 (MC=SW1) (SN=FS30A) TNF=P11A & P51 Male threaded end For GCP: Rating="-". Sc/Th="-" 154 .

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6P4C31, Pre-action sprinkler (on-line)
Pre-action sprinkler type 1 (MC=SPA1) (SN=FS30A) TNF=P11A & P51 Male threaded end For GCP: Rating="-"; Sc/Th="NREQD" For RCP: Rating="-"; Sc/Th="-"

6P4C32, Spray sprinkler (on-line)
Spray sprinkler type 1 (MC=SSP1) (SN=FS30A) TNF=P11A & P51 Male threaded end For GCP: Rating="-"; Sc/Th="NREQD" For RCP: Rating="-"; Sc/Th="-"

6Q4C38, Eye wash (in-line)
Eye wash type 1 (MC=EW1) (SN=FS38A)

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TNF=P26A, P26B & P62 Female threaded/female threaded ends For GCP: Rating="Value"; Sc/Th="NREQD" For RCP: Rating="Value"; Sc/Th="NREQD"

6Q4C39, Safety shower (in-line)
Safety shower type 1 (MC=SS1) (SN=FS39A) TNF=P26A, P26B & P62 Female threaded/female threaded ends For GCP: Rating="Value"; Sc/Th="NREQD" For RCP: Rating="Value"; Sc/Th="NREQD"

6Q4C40, Safety shower and eye wash (in-line)
Safety shower and eye wash type 1 (MC=SSEW1) (SN=FS39A) TNF=P26A, P26B & P62 Female threaded/female threaded ends For GCP: Rating="Value"; Sc/Th="NREQD" For RCP: Rating="Value"; Sc/Th="NREQD" ?? ?? ?? ?? ?? TNF=P15A & P52 Socketwelded end Female threaded end For GCP: Rating="Value"; Sc/Th="NREQD" For RCP: Rating="-"; Sc/Th="-"

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6Q4C60, [2-way] siamese (in-line)
[2-way] siamese type 1 (MC=S2W1) (SN=FS60A) TNF=P15A & P52 Female threaded end For GCP: Rating="Value"; Sc/Th="NREQD" For RCP: Rating="-"; Sc/Th="-"

6Q4C66, [2-way] 90 deg siamese (in-line)
[2-way] 90 deg siamese type 1 (MC=S2W901) (SN=FS66A) TNF=P15A & P52 Female threaded end For GCP: Rating="Value"; Sc/Th="NREQD" For RCP: Rating="-"; Sc/Th="-"

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B.3

In-Line Bio-Pharmaceutical Components (6Q5P)

Under the description of each table format applicable to each component type, the GCP and RCP rating and schedule/thickness that needs to be provided in the Piping Job Specification has been listed. These values are required for one or more of the reasons indicated below and will not necessarily be part of the names of the tables that include data about the component. To procure the component. To access data tables. To supply data required for stress analysis purposes. The AABBCC code for fittings will consist of the applicable AABB code, 6Q5P, followed by the two numbers for the specific type of fitting.

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B.3.1

Bio-Pharmaceutical Specification Components

6Q5P01, Ferrule (in-line) (not-automatic)
Ferrule (MC=FERR) (ISK=LCXX) TNF=MC_GS_TERM(G)_A MC_GS_TERM(G)_SC/TH(G)_WC Plain end/male clamp end For GCP: Rating="-"; Sc/Th="Value" For RCP: Rating="-"; Sc/Th="NREQD"

6Q5P02, Short ferrule (in-line) (not-automatic)
Short ferrule (MC=FERS) (ISK=LCXX) TNF=MS_GS_TERM(G)_A MC_GS_TERM(G)_SC/TH(G)_WC Plain end/male clamp end For GCP: Rating="-"; Sc/Th="Value" For RCP: Rating="-"; Sc/Th="NREQD"

6Q5P03, Extended tangent cap (in-line) (not-automatic)
Extended tangent cap (MC=CAPT) (ISK=KAXX) TNF=MC_GS_TERM(G)_A MC_GS_TERM(G)_SC/TH(G)_WC Plain end For GCP: Rating="-"; Sc/Th="Value" For RCP: Rating="-"; Sc/Th="-"

6Q5P04, Solid end cap (in-line) (not-automatic)
Solid end cap (MC=CAPSE) (ISK=KAXX) TNF=MC_GS_TERM(G)_A MC_GS_TERM(G)_WC Male clamp end For GCP: Rating="-"; Sc/Th="NREQD" For RCP: Rating="-"; Sc/Th="-"

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6Q5P05, Hose adapter (in-line) (not-automatic)
Hose adapter (MC=HA) (ISK=CHXX) TNF=MC_GS_TERM(G)_A MC_GS_TERM(G)_WC Male clamp end/male hose end For GCP: Rating="-"; Sc/Th="NREQD" For RCP: Rating="-"; Sc/Th="Value"

6Q5P06, Female adapter (in-line) (not-automatic)
Female adapter (MC=FA) (ISK=ADMF) TNF=MC_GS_TERM(G)_TERM(R)_RAT(R)_A MC_GS_TERM(G)_TERM(R)_RAT(R)_WC Male clamp end/female threaded end For GCP: Rating="-"; Sc/Th="NREQD" For RCP: Rating="Value"; Sc/Th="Value"

6Q5P07, Reducing female adapter (in-line) (not-automatic)
Reducing female adapter (MC=FAS) (ISK=ADMF) TNF=MC_GS_TERM(G)_TERM(R)_RAT_(R)_A MC_GS_TERM(G)_TERM(R)_RAT(R)_WC Male clamp end/female threaded end For GCP: Rating="-"; Sc/Th="NREQD" For RCP: Rating="Value"; Sc/Th="NREQD"

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6Q5P08, Male adapter (in-line) (not-automatic)
Male adapter (MC=MA) (ISK=ADMM) TNF=MC_GS_TERM(G)_A MC_GS_TERM(G)_WC Male clamp end/male threaded end For GCP: Rating="-"; Sc/Th="NREQD" For RCP: Rating="-"; Sc/Th="NREQD"

6Q5P09, Reducing male adapter (in-line) (not-automatic)
Reducing male adapter (MC=MAR) (ISK=ADMM) TNF=MC_GS_TERM(G)_A MC_GS_TERM(G)_WC

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Male clamp end/male threaded end For GCP: Rating="-"; Sc/Th="NREQD" For RCP: Rating="-"; Sc/Th="NREQD"

6Q5P10, 90 deg tube bend (in-line) (not-automatic)
90 deg tube bend (MC=B90T) (ISK=ELXX) TNF=MC_GS_TERM(G)_A MC_GS_TERM(G)_SC/TH(G)_WC Plain end For GCP: Rating="-"; Sc/Th="Value" For RCP: Rating="-"; Sc/Th="-"

6Q5P11, 90 deg tube bend (in-line) (not-automatic)
90 deg tube bend (MC=B90TC) (ISK=ELXX) TNF=MC_GS_TERM(G)_A MC_GS_TERM(G)_SC/TH(G)_WC Plain end/male clamp end For GCP: Rating="-"; Sc/Th="Value" For RCP: Rating="-"; Sc/Th="NREQD"

6Q5P12, 90 deg elbow (in-line) (not-automatic)
90 deg elbow (MC=B90C) (ISK=ELXX) TNF=MC_GS_TERM(G)_A MC_GS_TERM(G)_SC/TH(G)_WC Male clamp end For GCP: Rating="-"; Sc/Th="Value" For RCP: Rating="-"; Sc/Th="-"

6Q5P13, 45 deg tube bend (in-line) (not-automatic)
45 deg tube bend (MC=B45T) (ISK=ELXX) TNF=MC_GS_TERM(G)_A MC_GS_TERM(G)_SC/TH(G)_WC Plain end For GCP: Rating="-"; Sc/Th="Value" For RCP: Rating="-"; Sc/Th="-"

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6Q5P14, 45 deg tube bend (in-line) (not-automatic)
45 deg tube bend (MC=B45TC) (ISK=ELXX) TNF=MC_GS_TERM(G)_A MC_GS_TERM(G)_SC/TH(G)_WC Plain end/male clamp end For GCP: Rating="-"; Sc/Th="Value" For RCP: Rating="-"; Sc/Th="NREQD"

6Q5P15, 45 deg elbow (in-line) (not-automatic)
45 deg elbow (MC=B45C) (ISK=ELXX) TNF=MC_GS_TERM(G)_A MC_GS_TERM(G)SC/TH(G)_WC Male clamp end For GCP: Rating="-"; Sc/Th="Value" For RCP: Rating="-"; Sc/Th="-"

6Q5P16, 180 deg return bend (in-line) (not-automatic)
180 deg return bend (MC=R180R) (ISK=EUPL) TNF=MC_GS_TERM(G)_A MC_GS_TERM(G)_SC/TH(G)_WC Plain end For GCP: Rating="-"; Sc/Th="Value" For RCP: Rating="-"; Sc/Th="-"

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6Q5P19, 180 deg return bend (in-line) (not-automatic)
180 deg return bend (MC=R180C) (ISK=BUFL) TNF=MC_GS_TERM(G)_A MC_GS_TERM(G)_SC/TH(G)_WC Male clamp end For GCP: Rating="-"; Sc/Th="Value" For RCP: Rating="-"; Sc/Th="-"

6Q5P21, Tee (in-line) (not-automatic)
Tee (MC=TT) (ISK=TEXX) TNF=MC_GS_TERM(G)_A MC_GS_TERM(G)_SC/TH(G)_WC

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Plain end For GCP: Rating="-"; Sc/Th="Value" For RCP: Rating="-"; Sc/Th="-"

6Q5P22, Reducing tee (in-line) (not-automatic)
Reducing tee (MC=TTRB) (ISK=TEXX) TNF=MC_GS_TERM(G)_TERM(R)_A MC_GS_TERM(G)_SC/TH(G)_TERM(R)_SC/TH(R)_WC Plain end For GCP: Rating="-"; Sc/Th="Value" For RCP: Rating="-"; Sc/Th="Value"

6Q5P23, Tee (in-line) (not-automatic)
Tee (MC=TCB) (ISK=TEXX) TNF=MC_GS_TERM(G)_A MC_GS_TERM(G)_SC/TH(G)_WC Plain end/male clamp end For GCP: Rating="-"; Sc/Th="Value" For RCP: Rating="-"; Sc/Th="NREQD"

6Q5P24, Reducing tee (in-line) (not-automatic)
Reducing tee (MC=TRCB) (ISK=TEXX) TNF=MC_GS_TERM(G)_A MC_GS_TERM(G)_SC/TH(G)_WC Plain end/male clamp end For GCP: Rating="-"; Sc/Th="Value" For RCP: Rating="-"; Sc/Th="NREQD"

6Q5P25, Short outlet tee (in-line) (not-automatic)
Short outlet tee (MC=TSCB) (ISK=TEXX) TNF=MC_GS_TERM(G)_A MC_GS_TERM(G)_SC/TH(G)_WC Plain end/male clamp end For GCP: Rating="-"; Sc/Th="Value" For RCP: Rating="-"; Sc/Th="NREQD"

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6Q5P26, Short outlet reducing tee (in-line) (not-automatic)
Short outlet reducing tee (MC=TRSCB) (ISK=TEXX) TNF=MC_GS_TERM(G)_A MC_GS_TERM(G)_SC/TH(G)_WC Plain end/male clamp end For GCP: Rating="-"; Sc/Th="Value" For RCP: Rating="-"; Sc/Th="NREQD"

6Q5P27, Instrument tee (in-line) (not-automatic)
Instrument tee (MC=TICB) (ISK=TEXX) TNF=MC_GS_TERM(G)_A MC_GS_TERM(G)_SC/TH(G)_WC Plain end/male clamp end For GCP: Rating="-"; Sc/Th="NREQD" For RCP: Rating="-"; Sc/Th="Value"

6Q5P28, Short outlet run tee (in-line) (not-automatic)
Short outlet run tee (MC=TSCR) (ISK=TEXX) TNF=MC_GS_TERM(G)_A MC_GS_TERM(G)_SC/TH(G)_WC Plain end/male clamp end/plain end For GCP: Rating="-"; Sc/Th="Value" For RCP: Rating="-"; Sc/Th="NREQD"

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6Q5P31, Cross (in-line) (not-automatic)
Cross (MC=XT) (ISK=CRXX) TNF=MC_GS_TERM(G)_A MC_GS_TERM(G)_SC/TH(G)_WC Plain end For GCP: Rating="-"; Sc/Th="Value" For RCP: Rating="-"; Sc/Th="-"

6Q5P32, Reducing cross (in-line) (not-automatic)
Reducing cross (MC=XTRB) (ISK=CRXX) TNF=MC_GS_TERM(G)_TERM(R)_A MC_GS_TERM(G)_SC/TH(G)_TERM(R)_SC/TH(R)_WC

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Plain end For GCP: Rating="-"; Sc/Th="Value" For RCP: Rating="-"; Sc/Th="Value"

6Q5P33, Cross (in-line) (not-automatic)
Cross (MC=XC) (ISK=CRXX) TNF=MC_GS_TERM(G)_A MC_GS_TERM(G)_SC/TH(G)_WC Male clamp end For GCP: Rating="-"; Sc/Th="Value" For RCP: Rating="-"; Sc/Th="-"

6Q5P35, Tee (in-line) (not-automatic)
Tee (MC=TC) (ISK=TEXX) TNF=MC_GS_TERM(G)_A MC_GS_TERM(G)_SC/TH(G)_WC Male clamp end For GCP: Rating="-"; Sc/Th="Value" For RCP: Rating="-"; Sc/Th="-"

6Q5P36, Reducing tee (in-line) (not-automatic)
Reducing tee (MC=TCR) (ISK=TEXX) TNF=MC_GS_TERM(G)_A MC_GS_TERM(G)_SC/TH(G)_WC Male clamp end For GCP: Rating="-"; Sc/Th="Value" For RCP: Rating="-"; Sc/Th="NREQD"

6Q5P37, Short outlet tee (in-line) (not-automatic)
Short outlet tee (MC=TCSB) (ISK=TEXX) TNF=MC_GS_TERM(G)_A MC_GS_TERM(G)_SC/TH(G)_WC Male clamp end For GCP: Rating="-"; Sc/Th="Value" For RCP: Rating="-"; Sc/Th="-"

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6Q5P38, Short outlet reducing tee (in-line) (not-automatic)
Short outlet reducing tee (MC=TCRSB) (ISK=TEXX) TNF=MC_GS_TERM(G)_A MC_GS_TERM(G)_SC/TH(G)_WC Male clamp end For GCP: Rating="-"; Sc/Th="Value" For RCP: Rating="-"; Sc/Th="NREQD"

6Q5P39, Instrument tee (in-line) (not-automatic)
Instrument tee (MC=TCI) (ISK=TEXX) TNF=MC_GS_TERM(G)_A MC_GS_TERM(G)_SC/TH(G)_WC Male clamp end For GCP: Rating="-"; Sc/Th="NREQD" For RCP: Rating="-"; Sc/Th="Value"

6Q5P41, Concentric reducer (in-line) (not-automatic)
Concentric reducer (MC=RCP) (ISK=RCXX) TNF=MC_GS_TERM(G)_A MC_GS_TERM(G)_SC/TH(G)_TERM(R)_SC/TH(R)_WC Plain end For GCP: Rating="-"; Sc/Th="Value" For RCP: Rating="-"; Sc/Th="Value"

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6Q5P42, Concentric reducer (in-line) (not-automatic)
Concentric reducer (MC=RCCL) (ISK=RCXX) TNF=MC_GS_TERM(G)_A MC_GS_TERM(G)_SC/TH(G)_TERM(R)_SC/TH(R)_WC Male clamp end/plain end For GCP: Rating="-"; Sc/Th="Value" For RCP: Rating="-"; Sc/Th="Value"

6Q5P43, Concentric reducer (in-line) (not-automatic)
Concentric reducer (MC=RCC) (ISK=RCXX) TNF=MC_GS_TERM(G)_A MC_GS_TERM(G)_SC/TH(G)_WC

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Male clamp end For GCP: Rating="-"; Sc/Th="Value" For RCP: Rating="-"; Sc/Th="NREQD"

6Q5P45, Eccentric reducer (in-line) (not-automatic)
Eccentric reducer (MC=REP) (ISK=REXX) TNF=MC_GS_TERM(G)_A MC_GS_TERM(G)_SC/TH(G)_TERM(R)_SC/TH(R)_WC Plain end For GCP: Rating="-"; Sc/Th="Value" For RCP: Rating="-"; Sc/Th="Value"

6Q5P46, Eccentric reducer (in-line) (not-automatic)
Eccentric reducer (MC=RECL) (ISK=REXX) TNF=MC_GS_TERM(G)_A MC_GS_TERM(G)_SC/TH(G)_TERM(R)_SC/TH(R)_WC Male clamp end/plain end For GCP: Rating="-"; Sc/Th="Value" For RCP: Rating="-"; Sc/Th="Value"

6Q5P47, Eccentric reducer (in-line) (not-automatic)
Eccentric reducer (MC=REC) (ISK=REXX) TNF=MC_GS_TERM(G)_A MC_GS_TERM(G)_SC/TH(G)_WC Male clamp end For GCP: Rating="-"; Sc/Th="Value" For RCP: Rating="-"; Sc/Th="NREQD"

6Q5P51, Clamp, adjustable (in-line) (not-automatic)
Clamp, adjustable (MC=CHA) (ISK=CLMP) TNF=MC_GS_TERM(G)_A MC_GS_TERM(G)_WC Female clamp end For GCP: Rating="-"; Sc/Th="NREQD" For RCP: Rating="-"; Sc/Th="-"

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Sc/Th="-" 167 ._ _______________ Appendix B: Bio-Pharmaceutical Specification Components 6Q5P52. Clamp. Clamp. heavy duty (MC=C2HD) (ISK=CLMP) TNF=MC_GS_TERM(G)_A MC_GS_TERM(G)_WC Female clamp end For GCP: Rating="-". 3 piece heavy duty (in-line) (notautomatic) Clamp. Commodity Discussions 6Q5P54. Sc/Th="NREQD" For RCP: Rating="-". pressure adjustable (in-line) (notautomatic) Clamp. heavy duty (in-line) (not-automatic) Clamp. Sc/Th="-" B. 3 piece heavy duty (MC=C3HD) (ISK=CLMP) TNF=MC_GS_TERM(G)_A MC_GS_TERM(G)_WC Female clamp end For GCP: Rating="-". Clamp. Sc/Th="NREQD" For RCP: Rating="-". high pressure (MC=CHPB) (ISK=CLMP) TNF=MC_GS_TERM(G)_A MC_GS_TERM(G)_WC Female clamp end For GCP: Rating="-". Sc/Th="NREQD" For RCP: Rating="-". Sc/Th="-" 6Q5P53. Clamp. high pressure (in-line) (not-automatic) Clamp. Sc/Th="NREQD" For RCP: Rating="-". Sc/Th="-" 6Q5P55. pressure adjustable (MC=CPAN) (ISK=CLMP) TNF=MC_GS_TERM(G)_A MC_GS_TERM(G)_WC Female clamp end For GCP: Rating="-".

Sc/Th="NREQD" For RCP: Rating="-". 2 piece heavy duty (in-line) (notautomatic) Clamp. swivel joint (in-line) (not-automatic) Clamp. swivel joint (MC=CSJ) (ISK=CLMP) TNF=MC_GS_TERM(G)_A MC_GS_TERM(G)_WC Female clamp end For GCP: Rating="-". assembly (in-line) (not-automatic) Clamp. Sc/Th="NREQD" For RCP: Rating="-". assembly (MC=CA) (ISK=CLMP) TNF=MC_GS_TERM(G)_A MC_GS_TERM(G)_WC Female clamp end For GCP: Rating="-". Clamp. 2 piece heavy duty (MC=CHD) (ISK=CLMP) TNF=MC_GS_TERM(G)_A MC_GS_TERM(G)_WC Female clamp end For GCP: Rating="-". Sc/Th="-" 168 . 2-way diaphragm valve (in-line) (not-automatic) 2-way diaphragm valve (MC=VS2D) (ISK=VDXX) TNF=MC_GS_TERM(G)_A COMMODITY_CODE Plain end For GCP: Rating="-".April 2002 6Q5P56._ _______________ PDS Piping Component Data . Clamp. Sc/Th="-" 6Q5P58. Clamp. Sc/Th="-" 6Q5P57. Sc/Th="-" 6Q5P60. Sc/Th="Value" For RCP: Rating="-". Sc/Th="NREQD" For RCP: Rating="-".

Sc/Th="Value" For RCP: Rating="-". 2-way diaphragm valve (in-line) (not-automatic) 2-way diaphragm valve (MC=VS2D) (ISK=VDXX) TNF=MC_GS_TERM(G)_A COMMODITY_CODE Male clamp end For GCP: Rating="-". Sc/Th="-" B._ _______________ Appendix B: Bio-Pharmaceutical Specification Components 6Q5P61. Commodity Discussions 169 .

Pneumatic bonnet (in-line) (not-automatic) Pneumatic bonnet (MC=SOP_42) (ISK=N/A) TNF=’EC’_GS_OP_A ’EC’_GS_OP_WC 170 ._ _______________ PDS Piping Component Data .April 2002 B.3. Manual bonnet (in-line) (not-automatic) Manual bonnet (MC=SOP_3) (ISK=N/A) TNF=’MB’_GS_OP_A SOP42.2 Bio-Pharmaceutical Operators SOP3.

Zero deadleg T valve (in-line) (not-automatic) Zero deadleg T valve (MC=VSDTC) (ISK=XVXX) TNF=MC_GS_TERM(G)_A MC_GS_TERM(G)_52 Male clamp end For GCP: Rating="-". Sc/Th="Value" For RCP: Rating="-". Sc/Th="NREQD" 6Q5P18. Sc/Th="-" 171 . Sc/Th="-" 6Q5P63.3 Bio-Pharmaceutical Specialty Components 6Q5P17. Use point 180 deg return (in-line) (not-automatic) Use point 180 deg return (MC=R180B) (ISK=XVXX) TNF=MC_GS_TERM(G)_A MC_GS_TERM(G)_SC/TH(G)_WC Plain end/male clamp end For GCP: Rating="-". Sc/Th="NREQD" B. Sc/Th="NREQD" For RCP: Rating="-". Sc/Th="Value" For RCP: Rating="-"._ _______________ Appendix B: Bio-Pharmaceutical Specialty Components B. Use point 180 deg return (in-line) (not-automatic) Use point 180 deg return (MC=R180S) (ISK=XVXX) TNF=MC_GS_TERM(G)_A MC_GS_TERM(G)_SC/TH(G)_WC Plain end/male clamp end For GCP: Rating="-". Commodity Discussions 6Q5P62. Sc/Th="Value" For RCP: Rating="-". Zero deadleg T valve (in-line) (not-automatic) Zero deadleg T valve (MC=VSDTP) (ISK=XVXX) TNF=MC_GS_TERM(G)_A MC_GS_TERM(G)_WC Plain end For GCP: Rating="-".3.

Sc/Th="NREQD" For RCP: Rating="-".April 2002 6Q5P65._ _______________ PDS Piping Component Data . Use point close-coupled branch valve (in-line) (not-automatic) Use point close-coupled branch valve (MC=VSCCBU) (ISK=XVXX) TNF=MC_GS_TERM(G)_A MC_GS_TERM(G)_WC Male clamp end For GCP: Rating="-". Close-coupled branch valve (in-line) (notautomatic) Close-coupled branch valve (MC=VSCCB) (ISY=XVXX) TNF=MC_GS_TERM(G)_A MC_GS_TERM(G)_WC Plain end For GCP: Rating="-". Sc/Th="Value" For RCP: Rating="-". Sc/Th="NREQD" For RCP: Rating="-". Sc/Th="NREQD" 6Q5P68. Use point close-coupled branch valve (in-line) (not-automatic) Use point close-coupled branch valve (MC=VSCCBU) (ISK=XVXX) TNF=MC_GS_TERM(G)_A MC_GS_TERM(G)_WC Plain end For GCP: Rating="-". Sc/Th="-" 6Q5P66. Close-coupled branch valve (in-line) (notautomatic) Close-coupled branch valve (MC=VSCCB) (ISY=XVXX) TNF=MC_GS_TERM(G)_A MC_GS_TERM(G)_WC Plain end/male clamp end For GCP: Rating="-". Sc/Th="NREQD" 172 . Sc/Th="Value" For RCP: Rating="-". Sc/Th="-" 6Q5P69.

Sc/Th="-" 6Q5P76. 4 way diverter valve (in-line) (not-automatic) 4 way diverter valve (MC=VS3WD) (ISK=XVXX) TNF=MC_GS_TERM(G)_A MC_GS_TERM(G)_WC Male clamp end For GCP: Rating="-". Sc/Th="-" B. Sc/Th="Value" For RCP: Rating="-". 4 way diverter valve (in-line) (not-automatic) 4 way diverter valve (MC=VS4WD) (ISK=XVXX) TNF=MC_GS_TERM(G)_A MC_GS_TERM(G)_WC Plain end For GCP: Rating="-". Sc/Th="-" 6Q5P77. 3 way diverter valve (in-line) (not-automatic) 3 way diverter valve (MC=VS3WD) (ISK=XVXX) TNF=MC_GS_TERM(G)_A MC_GS_TERM(G)_WC Plain end For GCP: Rating="-". Sc/Th="NREQD" For RCP: Rating="-". Commodity Discussions 6Q5P78. Sc/Th="-" 173 . 3 way diverter valve (in-line) (not-automatic) 3 way diverter valve (MC=VS3WD) (ISK=XVXX) TNF=MC_GS_TERM(G)_A MC_GS_TERM(G)_WC Male clamp end For GCP: Rating="-"._ _______________ Appendix B: Bio-Pharmaceutical Specialty Components 6Q5P75. Sc/Th="Value" For RCP: Rating="-". Sc/Th="Value" For RCP: Rating="-".

If either the component or dimensional data about it is not found. followed by two numbers for the specific component type. the system will assume the component to be named and will proceed to retrieve dimensional data about it. which will include the definition of the graphic representation of the component in the piping model. The primary access key to named piping specialty components is their AABBCC code. the system will conclude that the component is unnamed and will then search for it in the piping specialties part of the Piping Job Specification by its AABBCC code. During the design process. and vice versa. One of the items retrieved from either the Instrument TDB or the Piping Job Specification is the model code. Unnamed components are those components to which either a component number is not assigned by the User in the Piping TDB and/or whose dimensional data has not been defined in the applicable unit of the Instrument Task. Online (6P6C) . Depending upon the circumstances: . The storage of data about piping specialty components in the Instrument Task is temporary and only until such time as the Piping Specialties Task is developed.One or more model codes may be assigned to one AABBCC code. If dimensional data about the component is found. So that the various sets of data that may exist about these connect points can remain coordinated. the following conventions have been followed regarding the sequence of data in the Instrument TDB and in the Piping Job Specification and regarding the naming of the Interactive Data Tables: 174 . They are independent of piping materials class. In-line (6Q6C) The applicability of the above AABB codes is as defined below for each component type. An AABBCC code may be considered as a generic code about which a more detailed definition is made in the Piping Job Specification. the system will try to match the component number of the piping specialty component with the "tag number" assigned to it in the Instrument TDB. or . In this search. The system will first search for dimensional data about the piping specialty component in the Instrument TDB. option and pertinent size range and will proceed to retrieve applicable data about it. it is possible for a piping specialty component to first be considered unnamed and then named. called component number. Piping specialty components can be either named or unnamed. Data about unnamed piping specialty components is stored in the piping specialties part of the Piping Job Specification.The same model code may be assigned to different AABBCC codes. Connect point dependent data about each component is organized in terms of green and red connect points. The AABBCC code for piping specialty components consists of the applicable AABB code. Piping specialty components are not included in the piping materials class of the line in which placed.4 Piping Specialty Components.April 2002 B. is assigned by the User in the Piping TDB AND whose dimensional data has been defined in the applicable unit of the Instrument Task. as follows: Named components are those components to which a project unique name._ _______________ PDS Piping Component Data . 6P6C or 6Q6C. The Piping Component Model Entity and the Piping Component Analysis Entity will apply to these classes of piping components.

If the component has ends of the same nominal diameter but differing in some of the other end properties. The name of this table is comprised of the following parameters from the piping specialties part of the Piping Job Specification: MC GS Term(G) Unnamed_P The only independent variable in this table is the nominal diameter of the green connect point of the component. the properties of the "stronger" ends(s) have been defined under the green connect point data. in the model whose values are not defined in a generic table. regardless of the values for schedule/thickness. If the component has ends of two different nominal diameters. if only green connect point data appears in the definition of the component in the piping specialties part of the Piping Job Specification and if the connect point is not a male termination type. weight of the operator plus all those dimensional parameters required to display the component and its operator. GCP≠male .Appendix B: _ _______________ Piping Specialty Components. — If the termination type of the ends are the same but the values for rating. dimensional data is defined in tables. if any. the following applies: — If the termination type of the ends differ. Unnamed Specialty. On-line (6P6C) . Unnamed Specialty. In-line (6Q6C) If data is only shown under green connect point data. in the model whose values are not defined in a generic table. The dependent variables are surface area. schedule or thickness differ. weight of the operator plus all those dimensional parameters required to display the component and its operator. The name of this table is comprised of the following parameters from the piping specialties part of the Piping Job Specification: MC GS Term(G) Rat(G) Unnamed_P The only independent variable in this table is the nominal diameter of the green connect point of the component. weight of water. the following applies: — Both generic and specific data about the component is included in the applicable unit of the Instrument TDB. empty weight. GCP=male . regardless of its other characteristics. it applies to all ends of the component. B. the properties of the end(s) with the lowest codelist number defining its CP preparation have been defined under the green connect point data. regardless of how the other end properties compare. empty weight. the following applies: — Data about the component is included in a table with format P85. For each piping specialty component. as follows: Named Specialty . if only green connect point data appears in the definition of the component in the piping specialties part of the Piping Job Specification and if the connect point is a male termination type. The dependent variables are surface area.If the component is unnamed. properties about the larger nominal diameter end(s) have been defined under the green connect point data.If the component is unnamed.If the component is named. Commodity Discussions 175 . weight of water. the following applies: — Data about the component is included in a table with format P81. — Refer to the explanation given under table format P80 for details. if any.

weight of the operator plus all those dimensional parameters required to display the component and its operator. empty weight. the following applies: Data about the component is included in a table with format P95. RCP≠male . the "green" connect point is either a bolted or a female termination type and the red connect point is a male termination type. GCP=bolted or female. if both green and red connect point data appears in the definition of the component in the piping specialties part of the Piping Job Specification and both the green and the red connect points are male termination types. The dependent variables are surface area. weight of water. weight of water. if any.If the component is unnamed. The dependent variables are surface area. empty weight. if any. if both green and red connect point data appears in the definition of the component in the piping specialties part of the Piping Job Specification and neither the green nor the red connect points are male termination types. RCP=male .If the component is unnamed.April 2002 Unnamed Specialty. RCP≠male . if both green and red connect point data appears in the definition of the component in the piping specialties part of the Piping Job Specification. the "green" connect point is a male termination type and the red connect point is not a male termination type. the following applies: Data about the component is included in a table with format P91. GCP≠male. in the model whose values are not defined in a generic table. if any. Unnamed Specialty.If the component is unnamed. the following applies: 176 . The name of this table is comprised of the following parameters from the piping specialties part of the Piping Job Specification: MC GS Term(G)_Rat(G) Term(R)_Unnamed_P The independent variables in this table are the nominal diameters of the green and red connect points of the component. the following applies: Data about the component is included in a table with format P96. The name of this table is comprised of the following parameters from the piping specialties part of the Piping Job Specification: MC GS Term(G)_Rat(G) Term(R)_Rat(R) Unnamed_P The independent variables in this table are the nominal diameters of the green and red connect points of the component. The name of this table is comprised of the following parameters from the piping specialties part of the Piping Job Specification: MC GS Term(G) Term(R) Unnamed_P The independent variables in this table are the nominal diameters of the green and red connect points of the component._ _______________ PDS Piping Component Data . RCP=male . empty weight. weight of water. The dependent variables are surface area. GCP=male. weight of the operator plus all those dimensional parameters required to display the component and its operator. Unnamed Specialty.If the component is unnamed. if both green and red connect point data appears in the definition of the component in the piping specialties part of the Piping Job Specification. GCP=male. Unnamed Specialty. in the model whose values are not defined in a generic table. in the model whose values are not defined in a generic table. weight of the operator plus all those dimensional parameters required to display the component and its operator.

for a description of the table formats. a proper match has been to an Isogen symbol.3. Any piping specialty component symbol defined in Paragraph C. Piping specialty components will not have operators unless otherwise specifically indicated in paragraphs that follow. They must be positioned manually. Under the description of each table format applicable to each component type. Unless specifically defined otherwise. if applicable.1 may be used instead. Commodity Discussions 177 . empty weight. The AABBCC code for piping specialty components consists of the applicable AABB code. To procure the component. Refer to paragraph C6. Reference to "ends" in component type definitions that follow refer to the applicable of in-line or tap ends that might apply to the component. To supply data required for stress analysis purposes. followed by two numbers for the specific component type. In-line (6Q6C) Data about the component is included in a table with format P97. Model Graphics Definitions. in the model whose values are not defined in a generic table. AABBCC Description B.Appendix B: _ _______________ Piping Specialty Components. will always be defined independent of the components. Piping specialty components and their operators are not placed during automatic component placement. On-line (6P6C) . if any. To access data tables. The name of this table is comprised of the following parameters from the piping specialties part of the Piping Job Specification: MC_GS_Term(G) Term(R) Rat(R) Unnamed_P The independent variables in this table are the nominal diameters of the green and red connect points of the component. weight of water. the GCP and RCP rating and schedule/thickness that needs to be provided in the Piping Job Specification has been listed. weight of the operator plus all those dimensional parameters required to display the component and its operator. Taps may be placed during the design session as required to define connections whose definition is not possible with the symbol chosen. Refer to Section 4. The following general comments apply to the use of symbols used to depict these piping specialty components: The symbols shown below under each piping specialty component type are only suggested symbols that can be used to depict such piping specialty components. These values are required for one or more of the reasons indicated below and will not necessarily be part of the names of the tables that include data about the component.1 for additional requirements regarding operators. 6P6C or 6Q6C. symbols listed below have been defined so that they can be placed either with or without actuators. Operators. Insure that for each symbol used. The dependent variables are surface area.

April 2002 6Q6C01. Free vent w/o screen (in-line) (P&ID piping comp type=523) Free vent w/o screen type 1 (no actuator) (MC=S1BT or S1BS) (SN=S1BZ) 178 . Breather vent (in-line) (P&ID piping comp type=521) 6Q6C11. Flame arrestor (in-line) (P&ID piping comp type=513) Flame arrestor type 1 (MC=S1AT or S1AS) (SN=S1AZ) Flame arrestor type 2 (no actuator) (MC=S1BT or S1BS) (SN=S1BZ) 6Q6C03._ _______________ PDS Piping Component Data . Hammer arrestor (in-line) (P&ID piping comp type=515) Hammer arrestor type 1 (MC=S3AT or S3AS) (SN=S3AZ) 6Q6C04. Vent silencer (in-line) (P&ID piping comp type=516) Vent silencer type 1 (MC=S4AT or S4AS) (SN=S4AZ) 6Q6C05. In-line silencer (in-line) (P&ID piping comp type=517) In-line silencer type 1 (MC=S5AT or S5AS) (SN=S5AZ) In-line silencer type 2 (MC=S4AT or S4AS) (SN=S4AZ) 6Q6C07. Exhaust head (in-line) (P&ID piping comp type=519) Exhaust head type 1 (no actuator) (MC=S7AT or S7AS) (SN=S7AZ) 6Q6C09.

Mixing T (in-line) (P&ID piping comp type=527) This component will only apply to the P&ID Task. It is built up from fittings in the Piping Task. It is acceptable for a comparison between designs in the P&ID and Piping Tasks to report an inconsistency because of this item. Spray nozzle (on-line) (P&ID piping comp type=529) Spray nozzle type 1 (no actuator) (MC=S1BT or S1BS) (SN=S1BZ) 6Q6C21. In-line (6Q6C) Free vent w/o screen type 2 (MC=S11BT or S11BS) (SN=S11BZ) 6Q6C12. Free vent w/screen (in-line) (P&ID piping comp type=524) Free vent w/screen type 1 (no actuator) (MC=S1BT or S1BS) (SN=S1BZ) Free vent w/screen type 2 (MC=S11BT or S11BS) (SN=S11BZ) 6Q6C13. 179 . Commodity Discussions 6P6C17. B.Appendix B: _ _______________ Piping Specialty Components. It is built up from fittings in the Piping Task. Removable spool (in-line) (P&ID piping comp type=533) This component will only apply to the P&ID Task. It is acceptable for a comparison between designs in the P&ID and Piping Tasks to report an inconsistency because of this item. On-line (6P6C) . Motor operated valve (in-line) (with operator) (P&ID piping comp type=525) Motor operated valve type 1 (MC=S13AT or S13AS) (SN=S13AZ) 6Q6C15.

Hinged expansion joint (in-line) (P&ID piping comp type=542) Hinged expansion joint type 1._ _______________ PDS Piping Component Data . w/o offset (no actuator) (MC=S28AT or S28AS) (SN=S28AZ) Expansion joint type 2. w/o offset (no actuator) (MC=S28AT or S28AS) (SN=S28AZ) Hinged expansion joint type 2. It is acceptable for a comparison between designs in the P&ID and Piping Tasks to report an inconsistency because of this item. 6Q6C28. single elbow (MC=S32BT or S32BS) (SN=S32BZ) Swivel joint type 3. straight thru (MC=S4AT or S4AS) (SN=S4AZ) Swivel joint type 2. w/offset (no actuator) (MC=S28BT or S28BS) (SN=S28BZ) 6Q6C30. Mechanical coupling (in-line) (P&ID piping comp type=546) Dresser coupling type 1 (MC=S5AT or S5AS) (SN=S5AZ) 180 . w/offset (no actuator) (MC=S28BT or S28BS) (SN=S28BZ) 6Q6C32. Expansion joint (in-line) (P&ID piping comp type=540) Expansion joint type 1. Swing elbow (in-line) (P&ID piping comp type=535) This component will only apply to the P&ID Task. It is built up from fittings in the Piping Task.April 2002 6Q6C23. double elbow (MC=S3AT or S3AS) (SN=S3AZ) 6Q6C34. Swivel joint (in-line) (P&ID piping comp type=544) Swivel joint type 1.

o With the above information. selection of a flexible hose may be made either by: . o The system will display to the User the linear length of the line representing the centerline of the hose and will prompt the User to define the length of the hose to be provided. A solid. This length is stored in the TDB and will be available in the procurement of the component. the system will establish from the piping specialties section of the Piping Job Specification the type of end preparation to be used at the ends of the hose. Sample cooler (in-line) (P&ID piping comp type=552) Sample cooler type 1 (MC=S4AT or S4AS) (SN=S4AZ) Sample cooler type 2 (MC=S32BT or S32BS) (SN=S32BZ) 181 . He will then select the AABBCC code that applies to these components. the system will display the graphics that represent the ends of the flexible hose. On-line (6P6C) . In this case. Commodity Discussions 6Q6C40.Appendix B: _ _______________ Piping Specialty Components. In-line (6Q6C) 6Q6C36. single line is used to represent this centerline.Defining it generically. o The system will prompt the User to define the location of the two connect points that define the ends of the hose. B. o The system will prompt the User to define points in space that define the route of the centerline of the hose. o There is no table that defines data which is specific to flexible hoses. o With this information. The centerline of these graphics will then be joined by the system with the points that define the centerline of the hose. heavy weight.Defining its component number. or . the User at the terminal will first select the "Option" code that defines the end preparation that he wishes to use at the ends of the hose. Flexible hose (in-line) (P&ID piping comp type=548) Flexible hose type 1 (no actuator) (MC=S36AT or S36AS) (SN=S36AZ) The requirements for flexible hoses are as follows: o As with other specialty components.

Sc/Th="NREQD" 182 . specialty type 1 (no actuator) (MC=S49AT or S49AS) (SN=S49AZ) 6Q6C51. Sc/Th="Value" For RCP: Rating="Value". T strainer (in-line) (P&ID piping comp type=561) T strainer. Sc/Th="NREQD" For RCP: Rating="Value". Sc/Th="Value" TNF=P15A & P59 Beveled ends For GCP: Rating="-". commodity type 1 (MC=S49AC) (SN=S49AC) TNF=P15A & P59 Flanged ends For GCP: Rating="Value". commodity type 1 (no actuator) (MC=S51AC) (SN=S51AC) TNF=P27A & P59 Beveled/socketwelded ends Beveled/female threaded ends For GCP: Rating="-". Sc/Th="Value" For RCP: Rating="-"._ _______________ PDS Piping Component Data . Single basket strainer (in-line) (P&ID piping comp type=557) Single basket strainer type 1 (MC=S3AT or S3AS) (SN=S3AZ) 6Q6C47. Sc/Th="-" TNF=P27A & P59 Beveled/flanged ends Beveled/socketwelded ends Beveled/female threaded ends For GCP: Rating="-". Duplex basket strainer (in-line with operator) (P&ID piping comp type=559) Duplex basket strainer type 1 (MC=S1AT or S1AS) (SN=S1AZ) 6Q6C49. Sc/Th="-" TNF=P26A & P62 Flanged/socketwelded ends Flanged/female threaded ends For GCP: Rating="Value".April 2002 6Q6C45. Sc/Th="Value" For RCP: Rating="Value". Sc/Th="NREQD" For RCP: Rating="-". Sc/Th="NREQD" T strainer. Y strainer (in-line) (P&ID piping comp type=563) Y strainer.

Sc/Th="NREQD" For RCP: Rating="Value". Cone strainer (in-line) (P&ID piping comp type=567) Cone strainer type 1 (no actuator) (MC=S53AT or S53AS) (SN=S53AZ) 6Q6C57. On-line (6P6C) . Sc/Th="NREQD" Y strainer. specialty type 1 (no actuator) (MC=S51AT or S51AS) (SN=S51AZ) 6Q6C52. Temporary strainer (in-line) (P&ID piping comp type=564) Any of the model codes for strainers may be used under this AABBCC code. 6Q6C53. Sc/Th="NREQD" For RCP: Rating="-". specialty type 1 (no actuator) (MC=S53AT or S53AS) (SN=S53AZ) 6Q6C55. commodity type 1 (no actuator) (MC=S53AC) (SN=S53AC) B. Sc/Th="-" Basket strainer. In-line (6Q6C) TNF=P26A & P59 Socketwelded/socketwelded ends Socketwelded/female threaded ends For GCP: Rating="Value". Flat plate strainer (in-line) (P&ID piping comp type=569) Flat plate strainer type 1 (no actuator) (MC=S53AT or S53AS) (SN=S53AZ) 183 . Commodity Discussions TNF=P15A & P59 Thru-bolted ends For GCP: Rating="Value".Appendix B: _ _______________ Piping Specialty Components. Basket strainer (in-line) (P&ID piping comp type=565) Basket strainer.

Steam trap._ _______________ PDS Piping Component Data . Sump strainer (in-line) (P&ID piping comp type=571) Sump strainer type 1 (no actuator) (MC=S1BT or S1BS) (SN=S1BZ) 6Q6C64. Thermostatic steam trap (in-line) (P&ID piping comp type=586) 6Q6C76. Steam trap. Steam trap. Float steam trap (in-line) (P&ID piping comp type=583) 6Q6C72. Thermodynamic steam trap (in-line) (P&ID piping comp type=588) 6Q6C78. Steam trap. Inverted bucket steam trap (in-line) (P&ID piping comp type=584) 6Q6C74. Filter (in-line) (P&ID piping comp type=576) Filter type 1 (MC=S3AT or S3AS) (SN=S3AZ) Filter type 2 (MC=S64BT or S64BS) (SN=S64BZ) 6Q6C70. Steam trap. Steam trap (in-line) (P&ID piping comp type=582) 6Q6C71. (MC=S70AC) (SN=S70AC) 7. (MC=S70BC) (SN=S70BC) 8 (no actuator). Impulse steam trap (in-line) (P&ID piping comp type=590) For types 70 through 78 use any of the symbols defined below: Steam trap. (MC=S78AC) 184 .April 2002 6Q6C59. (MC=S3AC) (SN=S3AC) 3. (MC=S32BC) (SN=S32BC) 5. Steam trap. (MC=S4AC) (SN=S4AC) 4. Steam trap. (SN=S78AC) commodity commodity commodity commodity commodity commodity commodity commodity type type type type type type type type 1. (MC=S64BC) (SN=S64BC) 6. (MC=S1AC) (SN=S1AC) 2.

Commodity Discussions 185 . specialty type 5. specialty type 4. In-line (6Q6C) TNF=P15A & P59 Socketwelded ends Female threaded ends For GCP: Rating="Value". (MC=S64BT or S64BS) (SN=S64BZ) Steam trap. specialty type 2. Sc/Th="-" Steam trap. Sc/Th="NREQD" For RCP: Rating="-". Generic component (in-line) (P&ID piping comp type=611) Any of the model codes for in-line piping specialty components may be used under this AABBCC code. (MC=S32BT or S32BS) (SN=S32BZ) Steam trap. (MC=S4AT or S4AS) (SN=S4AZ) Steam trap. specialty type 1.Appendix B: _ _______________ Piping Specialty Components. (MC=S3AT or S3AS) (SN=S3AZ) Steam trap. On-line (6P6C) . B. specialty type 3. specialty type 6 (no actuator). (MC=S78AT or S78AS) (SN=S78AZ) 6Q6C99. (MC=S1AT or S1AS) (SN=S1AZ) Steam trap.

pipelines or other signal lines.1 Instrument Specialty Discussions Signal Lines (7N2A) There is no data in the alphanumeric database of the Piping Task to represent this class of instrument components.5.5 B.April 2002 B._ _______________ PDS Piping Component Data . Mechanical link 186 . The system will refuse to allow the connection of signal lines to other items. It is possible to connect signal lines to PCPs. Capillary tube 7N2A03. AABBCC Description 7N2A01. Conn to process/supply line 7N2A02.

Control valves and regulators may be: Connected to an equipment nozzle by direct mounting on it.5. is assigned by the User in the Piping TDB AND whose dimensional data has been defined in the applicable unit of the Instrument Task. Depending upon the circumstances: — One or more model codes may be assigned to one AABBCC code. it is possible for a control valve or regulator to first be considered unnamed and then named. as follows: Named components are those components to which a project unique name. Control valves and regulators can be either named or unnamed. Unnamed components are those components to which either a component number has not been assigned by the User in the Piping TDB and/or whose dimensional data has not been defined in the applicable unit of the Instrument Task. During the design process. B. An AABBCC code may be considered as a generic code about which a more detailed definition is made in the Piping Job Specification. 7P1E. They are independent of piping materials class. and vice versa. or to place these components in free space and then pipe to them. Data about unnamed control valves and regulators is stored in the instrument specialties part of the Piping Job Specification. 187 ._ _______________ Appendix B: Control Valves and Regulators (7P1E) B. called component number. Commodity Discussions It is possible either to insert these instrument components in the pipeline in which they belong with the system breaking the line graphics as required (the system will rotate the instrument component as dictated by the orientation of the line in which it is to be inserted). Placed unconnected. The primary access key to named control valves and regulators is their AABBCC code. Control valves and regulators will not be included in the piping materials class of the line in which placed. Connected to a pipeline by either: — Insertion in it — Direct mounting to the PCP of an in-line piping component — Direct mounting to the PCP of another in-line instrument component. or — The same model code may be assigned to different AABBCC codes. The Instrument Component Model Entity and the Instrument Component Analysis Entity will apply to this class of instrument components. followed by two numbers for the specific instrument.2 Control Valves and Regulators (7P1E) The AABBCC code for control valves and regulators will consist of the applicable AABB code.

If either the component or dimensional data about it is not found.April 2002 The system will first search for dimensional data about the control valve or regulator in the Instrument TDB. If dimensional data about the component is found. dimensional data is defined in tables. the following applies: — If the termination type of the ends differ. the following applies: — Data about the component is included in a table with format I81. the following applies: — Both generic and specific data about the component is included in the applicable unit of the Instrument TDB. if only green connect point data appears in the definition of the component in the instrument specialties part of the Piping Job Specification and if the connect point is a male termination type. If the component has ends of two different nominal diameters. So that the various sets of data that may exist about these connect points can remain coordinated. For each control valve or regulator.If the component is unnamed. If the component has ends of the same nominal diameter but differing in some of the other end properties. GCP=male . the system will assume the component to be named and will proceed to retrieve dimensional data about it. One of the items retrieved from either the Instrument TDB or the Piping Job Specification is the model code. the system will conclude that the component is unnamed and will then search for it in the piping specialties part of the Piping Job Specification by its AABBCC code. as follows: Named Instrument . which will include the definition of the graphic representation of the component in the piping model. regardless of its other characteristics. schedule or thickness differ. — If the termination type of the ends are the same but the values for rating. the following conventions have been followed regarding the sequence of data in the Instrument TDB and in the Piping Job Specification and regarding the naming of the Interactive Data Tables: If data is only shown under green connect point data. the properties of the end(s) with the lowest codelist number defining its CP preparation have been defined under the green connect point data. Connect point dependent data about each component is organized in terms of green and red connect points. Unnamed Instrument. it applies to all ends of the component. — Refer to the explanation given under table format I80 for details. regardless of how the other end properties compare. the system will try to match the component number of the control valve or regulator with the tag number assigned to it in the Instrument TDB. The name of this table is comprised of the following parameters from the instrument specialties part of the Piping Job Specification: 188 . the properties of the stronger ends(s) have been defined under the green connect point data._ _______________ PDS Piping Component Data . regardless of the values for schedule/thickness.If the component is named. In this search. option and pertinent size range and will proceed to retrieve applicable data about it. properties about the larger nominal diameter end(s) have been defined under the green connect point data.

The name of this table is comprised of the following parameters from the instrument specialties part of the Piping Job Specification: MC GS Term(G)_Rat(G) Term(R)_Unnamed_I The independent variables in this table are the nominal diameters of the green and red connect points of the component. The dependent variables are surface area. Unnamed Instrument. the following applies: — Data about the component is included in a table with format I96. the green connect point is either a bolted or a female termination type and the red connect point is a male termination type. RCP=male . The dependent variables are surface area. in the model whose values are not defined in a generic table. Unnamed Instrument. The name of this table is comprised of the following parameters from the instrument specialties part of the Piping Job Specification: MC GS Term(G)_Rat(G) Term(R)_Rat(R) Unnamed_I The independent variables in this table are the nominal diameters of the green and red connect points of the component. if only green connect point data appears in the definition of the component in the instrument specialties part of the Piping Job Specification and if the connect point is not a male termination type. if both green and red connect point data appears in the definition of the component in the instrument specialties part of the Piping Job Specification. The dependent variables are surface area. weight of the actuator plus all those dimensional parameters required to display the component and its actuator. B. weight of the actuator plus all those dimensional parameters required to display the component and its actuator. weight of the actuator plus all those dimensional parameters required to display the component and its actuator. weight of the actuator plus all those dimensional parameters required to display the component and its actuator. weight of water. Commodity Discussions 189 . if any. weight of water.If the component is unnamed. in the model whose values are not defined in a generic table. if both green and red connect point data appears in the definition of the component in the instrument specialties part of the Piping Job Specification and neither the green nor the red connect points are male termination types. in the model whose values are not defined in a generic table. if any._ _______________ Appendix B: MC GS Term(G) Unnamed_I The only independent variable in this table is the nominal diameter of the green connect point of the component. weight of water. if any. in the model whose values are not defined in a generic table. GCP≠male . empty weight. GCP=bolted or female. weight of water. the following applies: — Data about the component is included in a table with format I85. GCP≠male. empty weight.If the component is unnamed. RCP≠male . empty weight. the following applies: — Data about the component is included in a table with format I95.If the component is unnamed. empty weight. The dependent variables are surface area. if any. Control Valves and Regulators (7P1E) Unnamed Instrument. The name of this table is comprised of the following parameters from the instrument specialties part of the Piping Job Specification: MC GS Term(G) Rat(G) Unnamed_I The only independent variable in this table is the nominal diameter of the green connect point of the component.

To access data tables. empty weight. the following applies: — Data about the component is included in a table with format I97. if both green and red connect point data appears in the definition of the component in the instrument specialties part of the Piping Job Specification. The name of this table is comprised of the following parameters from the instrument specialties part of the Piping Job Specification: MC GS Term(G) Term(R) Unnamed_I The independent variables in this table are the nominal diameters of the green and red connect points of the component. Control valves and regulators will have actuators unless otherwise specifically indicated in paragraphs that follow. weight of the actuator plus all those dimensional parameters required to display the component and its actuator. Reference to ends in component type definitions that follow refer to the applicable of in-line or tap ends that might apply to the component.If the component is unnamed. These values are required for one or more of the reasons indicated below and will not necessarily be part of the names of the tables that include data about the component. Control valves and regulators and their actuators will not be automatically placed during automatic component placement. The name of this table is comprised of the following parameters from the instrument specialties part of the Piping Job Specification: MC_GS_Term(G) Term(R) Rat(R) Unnamed_I The independent variables in this table are the nominal diameters of the green and red connect points of the component.April 2002 Unnamed Instrument. The dependent variables are surface area. Refer to Section 4. in the model whose values are not defined in a generic table._ _______________ PDS Piping Component Data . Under the description of each table format applicable to each component type. in the model whose values are not defined in a generic table. Actuators are defined independent of the components unless otherwise specifically indicated in paragraphs that follow. if both green and red connect point data appears in the definition of the component in the instrument specialties part of the Piping Job Specification and both the green and the red connect points are male termination types. weight of water. if any. weight of water. The dependent variables are surface area. the green connect point is a male termination type and the red connect point is not a male termination type. RCP=male . the GCP and RCP rating and schedule/thickness that needs to be provided in the Piping Job Specification has been listed. GCP=male. for a description of the table formats. weight of the actuator plus all those dimensional parameters required to display the component and its actuator. Model Graphics Definitions. Refer to paragraph C6. 190 . To procure the component.If the component is unnamed. the following applies: — Data about the component is included in a table with format I91. RCP≠male . GCP=male. Unnamed Instrument. They will always be positioned by the User.1 for additional requirements regarding actuators. empty weight. if any.

The AABBCC code for control valves and regulators will consist of the applicable AABB code. [2-way generic body] angle control valve (in-line) (P&ID instr comp type=73) Any of the model codes for 2-way angle control valves may be used under this AABBCC code. Commodity Discussions 7P1E02. — Taps may be placed during the design session as required to define connections whose definition is not possible with the symbol chosen. [2-way generic body] control valve (in-line) (P&ID instr comp type=72) Any of the model codes for 2-way control valves may be used under this AABBCC code. symbols listed below have been defined so that they can be placed either with or without actuators. 7P1E03. — Unless specifically defined otherwise. — Ensure that for each symbol used.3. B.2. 3-way [generic body] control valve (in-line) (P&ID instr comp type=74) 3-way generic valve type 1 (MC=I3AT or I3AS) (SN=I3AZ) 7P1E04. 7P1E. C5.5 may be used instead.4 or C5. Any instrument symbol defined in Paragraphs C5. AABBCC Description 7P1E01. 4-way [generic body] control valve (in-line) (P&ID instr comp type=75) Any of the model codes for 4-way control valves may be used under this AABBCC code. The following general comments apply to the use of symbols used to depict these instruments: Control Valves and Regulators (7P1E) — The symbols shown below under each instrument type are only suggested symbols that can be used to depict such instruments._ _______________ Appendix B: To supply data required for stress analysis purposes. 191 . followed by two numbers for the specific instrument. a proper match has been to an Isogen symbol. C5.

[2-way] solenoid valve (in-line) (P&ID instr comp type=78) Solenoid valve type 1 (MC=I7AT or I7AS) (SN=I7AZ) 7P1E08. [2-way] angle solenoid valve (in-line) (P&ID instr comp type=79) Angle solenoid valve type 1 (MC=I5AT or I5AS) (SN=I5AZ) 7P1E09. 3-way globe control valve (in-line) (P&ID instr comp type=77) 3-way globe control valve type 1 (MC=I6AT or I6AS) (SN=I6AZ) 7P1E07.April 2002 7P1E05. [2-way] angle globe control valve (in-line) (P&ID instr comp type=76) Angle globe control valve type 1 (MC=I5AT or I5AS) (SN=I5AZ) 7P1E06._ _______________ PDS Piping Component Data . 4-way solenoid valve (in-line) (P&ID instr comp type=81) Any of the model codes for 4-way control valves may be used under this AABBCC code. 7P1E10. 3-way plug control valve (in-line) (P&ID instr comp type=82) 3-way plug control valve type 1 (MC=I11AT or I11AS) (SN=I11AZ) 192 . 3-way solenoid valve (in-line) (P&ID instr comp type=80) Any of the model codes for 3-way control valves may be used under this AABBCC code. 7P1E11.

Commodity Discussions 7P1E15. 3-way ball control valve (in-line) (P&ID instr comp type=85) 3-way ball control valve type 1 (MC=I14AT or I14AS) (SN=I14AZ) B. [2-way] knife gate control valve (in-line) (P&ID instr comp type=89) Knife gate control valve type 1 (MC=I17AT or I17AS) (SN=I17AZ) 193 . [2-way] globe control valve (in-line) (P&ID instr comp type=86) Globe control valve type 1 (MC=I15AT or I15AS) (SN=I15AZ) 7P1E16. [2-way] ball control valve (in-line) (P&ID instr comp type=84) Ball control valve type 1 (MC=I13AT or I13AS) (SN=I13AZ) 7P1E14. 4-way plug control valve (in-line) (P&ID instr comp type=83) 4-way plug control valve type 1 (MC=I12AT or I12AS) (SN=I12AZ) 7P1E13. [2-way] butterfly control valve (in-line) (P&ID instr comp type=88) Butterfly control valve type 1 (MC=I17AT or I17AS) (SN=I17AZ) 7P1E18._ _______________ Appendix B: Control Valves and Regulators (7P1E) 7P1E12. [2-way] plug control valve (in-line) (P&ID instr comp type=87) Plug control valve type 1 (MC=I16AT or I16AS) (SN=I16AZ) 7P1E17.

[2-way] multivane 2 damp/louv CV (in-line) (P&ID instr comp type=94) Multivane 2 damp/louv CV type 1 (MC=I17AT or I17AS) (SN=I17AZ) 7P1E24. [2-way] single vane damp/louv CV (in-line) (P&ID instr comp type=95) Single vane damp/louv CV type 1 (MC=117AT or I17AS) (SN=I17AZ) 7P1E27._ _______________ PDS Piping Component Data . 3-way slide control valve (in-line) (P&ID instr comp type=92) 3-way slide control valve type 1 (MC=Later) (SN=Later) 7P1E22. [2-way] slide control valve (in-line) (P&ID instr comp type=91) Slide control valve type 1 (MC=I20AT or I20AS) (SN=I20AZ) 7P1E21. Control valve w/equip (in-line) (P&ID instr comp type=98) This valve will not be represented in the 3D model.April 2002 7P1E19. 194 . [2-way] diaphragm control valve (in-line) (P&ID instr comp type=90) Diaphragm control valve type 1 (MC=I7AT or I7AS) (SN=I7AZ) 7P1E20. [2-way] multivane 1 damp/louv CV (in-line) (P&ID instr comp type=93) Multivane 1 damp/louv CV type 1 (MC=I17AT or I17AS) (SN=I17AZ) 7P1E23.

Press red reg w/ ext tap (in-line) (P&ID instr comp type=105) Press red reg w/ ext tap type 1 (MC=I7AT or I7AS) (SN=I7AZ) B. Self contained backpress reg (in-line) (P&ID instr comp type=109) Self contained backpress reg type 1 (MC=I7AT or I7AS) (SN=I7AZ) 7P1E39. Commodity Discussions 7P1E35. Automatic recirculation valve (in-line) (P&ID instr comp type=101) Automatic recirculation valve type 1 (MC=I30AT or I30AS) (SN=I30AZ) 7P1E33. Self contained press red reg (in-line) (P&ID instr comp type=104) Self contained press red reg type 1 (MC=I7AT or I7AS) (SN=I7AZ) 7P1E34._ _______________ Appendix B: Control Valves and Regulators (7P1E) 7P1E30. Backpress reg w/ ext tap (in-line) (P&ID instr comp type=110) Backpress reg w/ ext tap type 1 (MC=I7AT or I7AS) (SN=I7AZ) 7P1E42. Press red reg w/ int RV (in-line) (P&ID instr comp type=106) Press red reg w/ int RV type 1 (MC=I7AT or I7AS) (SN=I7AZ) 7P1E38. Diff press red reg w/int & ext taps (in-line) (P&ID instr comp type=113) Diff press red reg w/int & ext taps type 1 (MC=I7AT or I7AS) (SN=I7AZ) 195 .

April 2002 7P1E44._ _______________ PDS Piping Component Data . [2-way] filled system temp reg (in-line) (P&ID instr comp type=115) Filled system temp reg type 1 (MC=I7AT or I7AS) (SN=I7AZ) 7P1E45. [2-way] angle filled system temp reg (in-line) (P&ID instr comp type=116) Angle filled system temp reg type 1 (MC=I5AT or I5AS) (SN=I5AZ) 7P1E46. 3-way filled system temp reg (in-line) (P&ID instr comp type=117) 3-way filled system temp reg type 1 (MC=I6AT or I6AS) (SN=I6AZ) 196 .

The Instrument Component Model Entity and the Instrument Component Analysis Entity will apply to this class of instrument components. Relief devices can be either named or unnamed. During the design process. 7P2C. as follows: Named components are those components to which a project unique name. Data about unnamed relief devices will be stored in the instrument specialties part of the Piping Job Specification. is assigned by the User in the Piping TDB AND whose dimensional data has been defined in the applicable unit of the Instrument Task. The primary access key to named relief devices will be their AABBCC code. Depending upon the circumstances: — One or more model codes may be assigned to one AABBCC code. 197 . it is possible for a relief device to first be considered unnamed and then named. followed by two numbers for the specific device. Unnamed components are those components to which either a component number has not been assigned by the User in the Piping TDB and/or whose dimensional data has not been defined in the applicable unit of the Instrument Task.5. called component number._ _______________ Appendix B: Relief Devices (7P2C) B. B. They are independent of piping materials class. Relief devices can be: Connected to an equipment nozzle by direct mounting on it. An AABBCC code may be considered as a generic code about which a more detailed definition is made in the Piping Job Specification. or — The same model code may be assigned to different AABBCC codes. or to place these components in free space and then pipe to them. Commodity Discussions It is possible either to insert these instrument components in the pipeline in which they belong with the system breaking the line graphics as required (the system will rotate the instrument component as dictated by the orientation of the line in which it is to be inserted). Placed unconnected. Connected to a pipeline by either: — Insertion in it — Direct mounting to the PCP of an in-line piping component — Direct mounting to the PCP of another in-line instrument component. and vice versa.3 Relief Devices (7P2C) The AABBCC code for relief devices will consist of the applicable AABB code. Relief devices will not be included in the piping materials class of the line in which placed.

For each relief device. as follows: Named Instruments . regardless of how the other end properties compare.If the component is unnamed. the following applies: — Both generic and specific data about the component is included in the applicable unit of the Instrument TDB. option and pertinent size range and will proceed to retrieve applicable data about it. the system will assume the component to be named and will proceed to retrieve dimensional data about it. One of the items retrieved from either the Instrument TDB or the Piping Job Specification is the model code. regardless of its other characteristics. the following applies: — If the termination type of the ends differ. properties about the larger nominal diameter end(s) have been defined under the green connect point data. the following applies: — Data about the component is included in a table with format I81. the following conventions have been followed regarding the sequence of data in the Instrument TDB and in the Piping Job Specification and regarding the naming of the Interactive Data Tables: If data is only shown under green connect point data. In this search. GCP=male . schedule or thickness differ. — Refer to the explanation given under table format I80 for details. So that the various sets of data that may exist about these connect points can remain coordinated. dimensional data is defined in tables. the properties of the end(s) with the lowest codelist number defining its CP preparation have been defined under the green connect point data. The name of this table is comprised of the following parameters from the instrument specialties part of the Piping Job Specification: 198 . — If the termination type of the ends are the same but the values for rating. which will include the definition of the graphic representation of the component in the piping model.April 2002 The system will first search for dimensional data about the relief device in the Instrument TDB. the properties of the stronger ends(s) have been defined under the green connect point data. If either the component or dimensional data about it is not found. the system will try to match the component number of the relief device with the tag number assigned to it in the Instrument TDB. regardless of the values for schedule/thickness. the system will conclude that the component is unnamed and will then search for it in the piping specialties part of the Piping Job Specification by its AABBCC code. it applies to all ends of the component.If the component is named. If the component has ends of the same nominal diameter but differing in some of the other end properties. Connect point dependent data about each component is organized in terms of green and red connect points. If the component has ends of two different nominal diameters. if only green connect point data appears in the definition of the component in the instrument specialties part of the Piping Job Specification and if the connect point is a male termination type. If dimensional data about the component is found._ _______________ PDS Piping Component Data . Unnamed Instrument.

weight of water. The name of this table is comprised of the following parameters from the instrument specialties part of the Piping Job Specification: MC GS Term(G)_Rat(G) Term(R)_Unnamed_I The independent variables in this table are the nominal diameters of the green and red connect points of the component. RCP≠male . weight of the actuator plus all those dimensional parameters required to display the component and its actuator.If the component is unnamed. if both green and red connect point data appears in the definition of the component in the instrument specialties part of the Piping Job Specification and neither the green nor the red connect points are male termination types. the following applies: — Data about the component is included in a table with format I85. in the model whose values are not defined in a generic table. GCP≠male . the following applies: — Data about the component is included in a table with format I96. if both green and red connect point data appears in the definition of the component in the instrument specialties part of the Piping Job Specification. empty weight. if any.If the component is unnamed. Unnamed Instrument. weight of the actuator plus all those dimensional parameters required to display the component and its actuator. empty weight. GCP≠male. if any. weight of the actuator plus all those dimensional parameters required to display the component and its actuator. if only green connect point data appears in the definition of the component in the instrument specialties part of the Piping Job Specification and if the connect point is not a male termination type. if any. GCP=bolted or female. The dependent variables are surface area. Commodity Discussions 199 . the green connect point is either a bolted or a female termination type and the red connect point is a male termination type. The name of this table is comprised of the following parameters from the instrument specialties part of the Piping Job Specification: MC GS Term(G) Rat(G) Unnamed_I The only independent variable in this table is the nominal diameter of the green connect point of the component. Unnamed Instrument. weight of water. The dependent variables are surface area. empty weight._ _______________ Appendix B: MC GS Term(G) Unnamed_I The only independent variable in this table is the nominal diameter of the green connect point of the component. in the model whose values are not defined in a generic table. in the model whose values are not defined in a generic table. if any. empty weight.If the component is unnamed. the following applies: — Data about the component is included in a table with format I95. The dependent variables are surface area. weight of the actuator plus all those dimensional parameters required to display the component and its actuator. in the model whose values are not defined in a generic table. B. weight of water. weight of water. The dependent variables are surface area. The name of this table is comprised of the following parameters from the instrument specialties part of the Piping Job Specification: MC GS Term(G)_Rat(G) Term(R)_Rat(R) Unnamed_I The independent variables in this table are the nominal diameters of the green and red connect points of the component. RCP=male . Relief Devices (7P2C) Unnamed Instrument.

empty weight. RCP=male . for a description of the table formats. Model Graphics Definitions. Refer to Section 4.6. GCP=male. the following applies: — Data about the component is included in a table with format I97. in the model whose values are not defined in a generic table. GCP=male. The name of this table is comprised of the following parameters from the instrument specialties part of the Piping Job Specification: MC GS Term(G) Term(R) Unnamed_I The independent variables in this table are the nominal diameters of the green and red connect points of the component. The dependent variables are surface area. the green connect point is a male termination type and the red connect point is not a male termination type. empty weight.If the component is unnamed. weight of water. Reference to ends in component type definitions that follow refer to the applicable of in-line or tap ends that might apply to the component. They will always be positioned by the User. if both green and red connect point data appears in the definition of the component in the instrument specialties part of the Piping Job Specification. Relief devices and their actuators will not be automatically placed during automatic component placement. 200 .If the component is unnamed. the GCP and RCP rating and schedule/thickness that needs to be provided in the Piping Job Specification has been listed. To access data tables. weight of water. Under the description of each table format applicable to each component type. These values are required for one or more of the reasons indicated below and will not necessarily be part of the names of the tables that include data about the component. weight of the actuator plus all those dimensional parameters required to display the component and its actuator.1 for additional requirements regarding actuators. The name of this table is comprised of the following parameters from the instrument specialties part of the Piping Job Specification: MC_GS_Term(G) Term(R) Rat(R) Unnamed_I The independent variables in this table are the nominal diameters of the green and red connect points of the component. if both green and red connect point data appears in the definition of the component in the instrument specialties part of the Piping Job Specification and both the green and the red connect points are male termination types. if any. in the model whose values are not defined in a generic table. Refer to paragraph C. Relief devices will have actuators unless otherwise specifically indicated in paragraphs that follow.April 2002 Unnamed Instrument._ _______________ PDS Piping Component Data . the following applies: — Data about the component is included in a table with format I91. The dependent variables are surface area. To procure the component. if any. weight of the actuator plus all those dimensional parameters required to display the component and its actuator. Unnamed Instrument. Actuators are defined independent of the components unless otherwise specifically indicated in paragraphs that follow. RCP≠male .

The following general comments apply to the use of symbols used to depict these instruments: Relief Devices (7P2C) — The symbols shown below under each instrument type are only suggested symbols that can be used to depict such instruments. Commodity Discussions 7P2C06. 7P2C.3. — Taps may be placed during the design session as required to define connections whose definition is not possible with the symbol chosen. The AABBCC code for relief devices will consist of the applicable AABB code.5 may be used instead. — Unless specifically defined otherwise. — Ensure that for each symbol used. Vac relief valve (in-line) (P&ID instr comp type=146) Vac relief valve type 1 (MC=I8AT or I8AS) (SN=I8AZ) Vac relief valve type 2 (no actuator) (MC=I109BT or I109BS) (SN=I109BZ) Vac relief valve type 3 (no actuator) (MC=I106BT or I106BS) (SN=I106BZ) 201 . C5. a proper match has been to an Isogen symbol.4 or C5. Any instrument symbol defined in Paragraphs C5. AABBCC Description 7P2C01._ _______________ Appendix B: To supply data required for stress analysis purposes. symbols listed below have been defined so that they can be placed either with or without actuators.2. followed by two numbers for the specific device. C5. Angle press relief valve (in-line) (P&ID instr comp type=138) Angle press relief valve type 1 (MC=I8AT or I8AS) (SN=I8AZ) B. Straight-thru press relief valve (in-line) (P&ID instr comp type=143) Straight-thru press relief valve type 1 (MC=I7AT or I7AS) (SN=I7AZ) Straight-thru press relief valve type 2 (no actuator) (MC=I106BT or I106BS) (SN=I106BZ) 7P2C09.

April 2002 7P2C12._ _______________ PDS Piping Component Data . Press relief rupture disc (in-line) (P&ID instr comp type=153) Press relief rupture disc type 1 (MC=I18AT or I18AS) (SN=I18AZ) 7P2C18. Press/vac relief manhole cover (in-line) (P&ID instr comp type=151) Press/vac relief manhole cover type 1 (no actuator) (MC=I106BT or I106BS) (SN=I106BZ) 7P2C16. Temp fusible plug or disc (in-line) (P&ID instr comp type=157) Temp fusible plug or disc type 1 (no actuator) (MC=I120AT or I120AS) (SN=I120AZ) 202 . Press/vac relief valve (in-line) (P&ID instr comp type=149) Press/vac relief valve type 1 (MC=I8AT or I8AS) (SN=I8AZ) 7P2C14. Vac relief rupture disc (in-line) (P&ID instr comp type=155) Vac relief rupture disc type 1 (MC=I18AT or I18AS) (SN=I18AZ) Vac relief rupture disc type 2 (no actuator) (MC=I118BT or I118BS) (SN=I118BZ) 7P2C20.

Placed unconnected. it is possible for an other in-line instrument to first be considered unnamed and then named.5. Other in-line instruments may be: Connected to an equipment nozzle by direct mounting on it. Other in-line instruments will not be included in the piping materials class of the line in which placed. Data about unnamed other in-line instruments is stored in the instrument specialties part of the Piping Job Specification. 203 . The primary access key to named other in-line instruments is their AABBCC code. Depending upon the circumstances: — One or more model codes may be assigned to one AABBCC code. Connected to a pipeline by either: — Insertion in it — Direct mounting to the PCP of an in-line piping component — Direct mounting to the PCP of another in-line instrument component. They are independent of piping materials class. as follows: Named components are those components to which a project unique name. An AABBCC code may be considered as a generic code about which a more detailed definition is made in the Piping Job Specification. or — The same model code may be assigned to different AABBCC codes. followed by two numbers for the specific instrument._ _______________ Appendix B: Other in-line Instruments (7P3C) B. Other in-line instruments can be either named or unnamed. The Instrument Component Model Entity and the Instrument Component Analysis Entity will apply to this class of instrument components. is assigned by the User in the Piping TDB AND whose dimensional data has been defined in the applicable unit of the Instrument Task. B. During the design process. Commodity Discussions It is possible either to insert these instrument components in the pipeline in which they belong with the system breaking the line graphics as required (the system will rotate the instrument component as dictated by the orientation of the line in which it is to be inserted). called component number. and vice versa. or to place these components in free space and then pipe to them. Unnamed components are those components to which either a component number has not been assigned by the User in the Piping TDB and/or whose dimensional data has not been defined in the applicable unit of the Instrument Task. 7P3C.4 Other in-line Instruments (7P3C) The AABBCC code for other in-line instruments consists of the applicable AABB code.

In this search. the properties of the stronger ends(s) have been defined under the green connect point data. regardless of its other characteristics. The name of this table is comprised of the following parameters from the instrument specialties part of the Piping Job Specification: MC GS Term(G) Unnamed_I 204 . If the component has ends of two different nominal diameters. the following applies: — If the termination type of the ends differ. it applies to all ends of the component. So that the various sets of data that may exist about these connect points can remain coordinated. if only green connect point data appears in the definition of the component in the instrument specialties part of the Piping Job Specification and if the connect point is a male termination type. the following conventions have been followed regarding the sequence of data in the Instrument TDB and in the Piping Job Specification and regarding the naming of the Interactive Data Tables: If data is only shown under green connect point data. the system will assume the component to be named and will proceed to retrieve dimensional data about it. the following applies: — Data about the component is included in a table with format I81. the following applies: — Both generic and specific data about the component is included in the applicable unit of the Instrument TDB. properties about the larger nominal diameter end(s) have been defined under the green connect point data. If the component has ends of the same nominal diameter but differing in some of the other end properties. the properties of the end(s) with the lowest codelist number defining its CP preparation have been defined under the green connect point data. schedule or thickness differ. regardless of the values for schedule/thickness. the system will conclude that the component is unnamed and will then search for it in the piping specialties part of the Piping Job Specification by its AABBCC code.April 2002 The system will first search for dimensional data about the other in-line instrument in the Instrument TDB. option and pertinent size range and will proceed to retrieve applicable data about it. If either the component or dimensional data about it is not found. dimensional data is defined in tables. which will include the definition of the graphic representation of the component in the piping model. One of the items retrieved from either the Instrument TDB or the Piping Job Specification is the model code. regardless of how the other end properties compare. as follows: If the component is named. For each other in-line instrument. — If the termination type of the ends are the same but the values for rating._ _______________ PDS Piping Component Data . — Refer to the explanation given under table format I80 for details. the system will try to match the component number of the other in-line instrument with the tag number assigned to it in the Instrument TDB. If the component is unnamed. Connect point dependent data about each component is organized in terms of green and red connect points. If dimensional data about the component is found.

the green connect point is either a bolted or a female termination type and the red connect point is a male termination type._ _______________ Appendix B: The only independent variable in this table is the nominal diameter of the green connect point of the component. weight of water plus all those dimensional parameters required to display the component in the model whose values are not defined in a generic table. The name of this table is comprised of the following parameters from the instrument specialties part of the Piping Job Specification: MC GS Term(G)_Rat(G) Term(R)_Rat(R) Unnamed_I The independent variables in this table are the nominal diameters of the green and red connect points of the component. The name of this table is comprised of the following parameters from the instrument specialties part of the Piping Job Specification: MC GS Term(G) Rat(G) Unnamed_I The only independent variable in this table is the nominal diameter of the green connect point of the component. weight of water plus all those dimensional parameters required to display the component in the model whose values are not defined in a generic table. empty weight. If the component is unnamed. empty weight. the following applies: Other in-line Instruments (7P3C) B. The dependent variables are surface area. The dependent variables are surface area. The dependent variables are surface area. Commodity Discussions 205 . if both green and red connect point data appears in the definition of the component in the instrument specialties part of the Piping Job Specification and neither the green nor the red connect points are male termination types. the following applies: — Data about the component is included in a table with format I85. weight of water plus all those dimensional parameters required to display the component in the model whose values are not defined in a generic table. The dependent variables are surface area. if only green connect point data appears in the definition of the component in the instrument specialties part of the Piping Job Specification and if the connect point is not a male termination type. The name of this table is comprised of the following parameters from the instrument specialties part of the Piping Job Specification: MC GS Term(G)_Rat(G) Term(R)_Unnamed_I The independent variables in this table are the nominal diameters of the green and red connect points of the component. If the component is unnamed. If the component is unnamed. if both green and red connect point data appears in the definition of the component in the instrument specialties part of the Piping Job Specification and both the green and the red connect points are male termination types. empty weight. weight of water plus all those dimensional parameters required to display the component in the model whose values are not defined in a generic table. the following applies: — Data about the component is included in a table with format I95. if both green and red connect point data appears in the definition of the component in the instrument specialties part of the Piping Job Specification. If the component is unnamed. the following applies: — Data about the component is included in a table with format I96. empty weight.

Reference to ends in component type definitions that follow refer to the applicable of in-line or tap ends that might apply to the component. They will always be positioned by the User. empty weight. To procure the component. If the component is unnamed. weight of water plus all those dimensional parameters required to display the component in the model whose values are not defined in a generic table. To supply data required for stress analysis purposes. C5. the green connect point is a male termination type and the red connect point is not a male termination type. The following general comments apply to the use of symbols used to depict these instruments: — The symbols shown below under each instrument type are only suggested symbols that can be used to depict such instruments. Other in-line instruments will not be automatically placed during automatic component placement. To access data tables. These values are required for one or more of the reasons indicated below and will not necessarily be part of the names of the tables that include data about the component. Refer to Section 4. The name of this table is comprised of the following parameters from the instrument specialties part of the Piping Job Specification: MC GS Term(G) Term(R) Unnamed_I The independent variables in this table are the nominal diameters of the green and red connect points of the component.5 may be used instead. Model Graphics Definitions.4 or C5. empty weight.April 2002 — Data about the component is included in a table with format I91. the following applies: — Data about the component is included in a table with format I97. The name of this table is comprised of the following parameters from the instrument specialties part of the Piping Job Specification: MC_GS_Term(G) Term(R) Rat(R) Unnamed_I The independent variables in this table are the nominal diameters of the green and red connect points of the component. the GCP and RCP rating and schedule/thickness that needs to be provided in the Piping Job Specification has been listed. for a description of the table formats.3. Any instrument symbol defined in Paragraphs C5. Other in-line instruments will have not have actuators. C5. Under the description of each table format applicable to each component type. if both green and red connect point data appears in the definition of the component in the instrument specialties part of the Piping Job Specification._ _______________ PDS Piping Component Data .2. The dependent variables are surface area. weight of water plus all those dimensional parameters required to display the component in the model whose values are not defined in a generic table. The dependent variables are surface area. 206 .

— Taps may be placed during the design session as required to define connections whose definition is not possible with the symbol chosen. symbols listed below have been defined so that they can be placed either with or without actuators. — Unless specifically defined otherwise. Restriction orif union (in-line) (P&ID instr comp type=172) Restriction orif union type 1 (no actuator) (MC=I118BT or I118BS) (SN=I118BZ) 7P3C03. Valve w/restriction orif (in-line) (P&ID instr comp type=173) Valve w/restriction orif type 1 (MC=I7AT or I7AS) (SN=I7AZ) 7P3C04. a proper match has been to an Isogen symbol. Balloon instr (in-line) (P&ID instr comp type=171) Balloon instr type 1 (no actuator) (MC=I201AT or I201AS) (SN=I201AZ) Balloon instr type 2 (MC=I201BT or I201BS) (SN=I201BZ) Balloon instr type 3 (MC=I201CT or I201CS) (SN=I201CZ) In addition. Commodity Discussions 7P3C02. The AABBCC code for other in-line instruments consists of the applicable AABB code. Orif plate (in-line) (P&ID instr comp type=174) Orif plate type 1 (MC=I18AT or I18AS) (SN=I18AZ) 207 . AABBCC Description Other in-line Instruments (7P3C) 7P3C01. B. 7P3C._ _______________ Appendix B: — Ensure that for each symbol used. followed by two numbers for the specific instrument. any of the model codes for other instruments may be used under this AABBCC code.

flanges & meter run type 1 (MC=I201BT or I201BS) (SN=I201BZ) It is assumed that gaskets and bolts are supplied by the Instrument Vendor. Orif pl. Orif plate & qk chnge fitting (in-line) (P&ID instr comp type=179) Orif plate & qk chnge fitting type 1 (MC=I209AT or I209AS) (SN=I209AZ) 7P3C10. qk chnge fitting & met run (in-line) (P&ID instr comp type=180) Orif pl. flanges & meter run (in-line) (P&ID instr comp type=176) Orif plate. 7P3C06. 7P3C13. Orif plate. Orif plate & flanges (in-line) (P&ID instr comp type=175) Orif plate & flanges type 1 (MC=I201BT or I201BS) (SN=I201BZ) It is assumed that gaskets and bolts are supplied by the Instrument Vendor._ _______________ PDS Piping Component Data .April 2002 7P3C05. Venturi tube (in-line) (P&ID instr comp type=183) Venturi tube type 1 (MC=I213AT or I213AS) (SN=I213AZ) 208 . qk chnge fitting & met run type 1 (MC=I201BT or I201BS) (SN=I201BZ) It is assumed that gaskets and bolts are supplied by the Instrument Vendor. 7P3C09.

Commodity Discussions Var area flow instr type 3 (MC=I216AT or I216AS) (SN=I216AZ) 7P3C23. Var area flow instr w/upstr reg (in-line) (P&ID instr comp type=193) Var area flow instr w/upstr reg type 1 (MC=I201CT or I201CS) (SN=I201CZ) 7P3C24. Var area flow instr w/dwnstr reg (in-line) (P&ID instr comp type=194) Var area flow instr w/dwnstr reg type 1 (MC=I209AT or I209AS) (SN=I209AZ) 7P3C25. Flow nozzle (in-line) (P&ID instr comp type=189) Flow nozzle type 1 (MC=I219AT or I219AS) (SN=I219AZ) 7P3C22._ _______________ Appendix B: Other in-line Instruments (7P3C) 7P3C16. Var area flow instr w/upstr vlv (in-line) (P&ID instr comp type=195) Var area flow instr w/upstr vlv type 1 (MC=I201BT or I201BS) (SN=I201BZ) 209 . Var area flow instr (in-line) (P&ID instr comp type=192) Var area flow instr type 1 (MC=I201BT or I201BS) (SN=I201BZ) Var area flow instr type 2 (MC=I201CT or I201CS) (SN=I201CZ) B. In-line averaging pitot tube (in-line) (P&ID instr comp type=186) In-line averaging pitot tube type 1 (MC=I216AT or I216AS) (SN=I216AZ) 7P3C19.

Vortex flow instr (in-line) (P&ID instr comp type=207) Vortex flow instr type 1 (no actuator) (MC=I237AT or I237AS) (SN=I237AZ) 210 . In-line propeller flow instr (in-line) (P&ID instr comp type=205) In-line propeller flow instr type 1 (no actuator) (MC=I201AT or I201AS) (SN=I201AZ) 7P3C37._ _______________ PDS Piping Component Data . Pos displacement flow instr (in-line) (P&ID instr comp type=199) Pos displacement flow instr type 1 (MC=I216AT or I216AS) (SN=I216AZ) Pos displacement flow instr type 2 (MC=I201CT or I201CS) (SN=I201CZ) 7P3C30. Pos displ flow instr w/dwnstr reg (in-line) (P&ID instr comp type=200) Pos displ flow instr w/dwnstr reg type 1 (MC=I209AT or I209AS) (SN=I209AZ) 7P3C33. In-line target flow instr (in-line) (P&ID instr comp type=203) In-line target flow instr type 1 (no actuator) (MC=I201AT or I201AS) (SN=I201AZ) 7P3C35. Var area flow instr w/dwnstr vlv (in-line) (P&ID instr comp type=196) Var area flow instr w/dwnstr vlv type 1 (MC=I201CT or I201CS) (SN=I201CZ) 7P3C29.April 2002 7P3C26.

In-line ultrasonic flow instr (in-line) (P&ID instr comp type=211) In-line ultrasonic flow instr type 1 (MC=I209AT or I209AS) (SN=I209AZ) 7P3C44. 7P3C48._ _______________ Appendix B: Other in-line Instruments (7P3C) 7P3C39. Commodity Discussions This component is not used in the Piping Task. 7P3C46. Flow straightening vane (in-line) (P&ID instr comp type=220) Flow straightening vane type 1 (MC=I219AT or I219AS) (SN=I219AZ) 211 . 7P3C50. if any. Flume (in-line) (P&ID instr comp type=214) B. is supplied by the Instrument Vendor. In-line magnetic flow instr (in-line) (P&ID instr comp type=209) In-line magnetic flow instr type 1 (MC=I209AT or I209AS) (SN=I209AZ) In-line magnetic flow instr type 2 (no actuator) (MC=I237AT or I237AS) (SN=I237AZ) 7P3C41. Segmental wedge (in-line) (P&ID instr comp type=218) Segmental wedge type 1 (MC=I201BT or I201BS) (SN=I201BZ) It is assumed that gaskets and bolts within the instrument. Weir (in-line) (P&ID instr comp type=216) This component is not used in the Piping Task.

April 2002 7P3C53._ _______________ PDS Piping Component Data . Vent silencer (in-line) (P&ID instr comp type=226) Vent silencer type 1 (no actuator) (MC=I201BT or I201BS) (SN=I201BZ) 7P3C57. (MC=I216AT or I216AS) (SN=I216AZ) Steam trap type 5. (MC=I201CT or I201CS) (SN=I201CZ) Steam trap type 3. (MC=I253AT or I253AS) (SN=I253AZ) 7P3C56. (MC=I209AT or I209AS) (SN=I209AZ) Steam trap type 4. Trap (in-line) (P&ID instr comp type=223) Steam trap type 1. (MC=I201BT or I201BS) (SN=I201BZ) Steam trap type 2. In-line silencer (in-line) (P&ID instr comp type=227) In-line silencer type 1 (MC=I18AT or I18AS) (SN=I18AZ) In-line silencer type 2 (no actuator) (MC=I201BT or I201BS) (SN=I201BZ) 212 .

_ _______________ Appendix B: Off-Line Instruments (7Q4D) B.5 Off-Line Instruments (7Q4D) The AABBCC code for off-line instruments will consist of the applicable AABB code. 7Q4D. During the design process. It is possible to place these components in free space and then pipe to them. B. An AABBCC code may be considered as a generic code about which a more detailed definition is made in the Piping Job Specification. followed by two numbers for the specific instrument. They may be: Connected to an equipment nozzle by: — Direct mounting on it — With a signal line. Off-line instruments will never be inserted in a pipeline. The primary access key to named offline instruments is their AABBCC code. Connected to a pipeline by: — Direct mounting on its surface — With a signal line. the system will try to match the component number of the off-line instrument with the tag number assigned to it in the Instrument TDB. 213 . The Instrument Component Model Entity and the Instrument Component Analysis Entity will apply to this class of instrument components. In this search. it is possible for an off-line instrument to first be considered unnamed and then named. Data about unnamed off-line instruments is stored in the instrument specialties part of the Piping Job Specification. They are independent of piping materials class. Off-line instruments will not be included in the piping materials class of the line in which placed. Depending upon the circumstances: — One or more model codes may be assigned to one AABBCC code. is assigned by the User in the Piping TDB AND whose dimensional data has been defined in the applicable unit of the Instrument Task. The system will first search for dimensional data about the off-line instrument in the Instrument TDB. and vice versa. called component number. or — The same model code may be assigned to different AABBCC codes.5. Unnamed components are those components to which either a component number has not been assigned by the User in the Piping TDB and/or whose dimensional data has not been defined in the applicable unit of the Instrument Task. If dimensional data about the component is found. the system will assume the component to be named and will proceed to retrieve dimensional data about it. as follows: Named components are those components to which a project unique name. Off-line instruments can be either named or unnamed. Commodity Discussions Placed unconnected.

the system will conclude that the component is unnamed and will then search for it in the piping specialties part of the Piping Job Specification by its AABBCC code. if only green connect point data appears in the definition of the component in the instrument specialties part of the Piping Job Specification and if the connect point is a male termination type. So that the various sets of data that may exist about these connect points can remain coordinated. The dependent variables are surface area. regardless of how the other end properties compare. If the component is unnamed. which will include the definition of the graphic representation of the component in the piping model. Connect point dependent data about each component is organized in terms of green and red connect points. schedule or thickness differ. — Refer to the explanation given under table format I80 for details. the following applies: — Data about the component is included in a table with format I81. — If the termination type of the ends are the same but the values for rating. option and pertinent size range and will proceed to retrieve applicable data about it. If the component has ends of the same nominal diameter but differing in some of the other end properties._ _______________ PDS Piping Component Data . empty weight. regardless of the values for schedule/thickness. The name of this table is comprised of the following parameters from the instrument specialties part of the Piping Job Specification: MC GS Term(G) Unnamed_I The only independent variable in this table is the nominal diameter of the green connect point of the component. weight of water plus all those dimensional parameters required to display the component in the model whose values are not defined in a generic table. the following conventions have been followed regarding the sequence of data in the Instrument TDB and in the Piping Job Specification and regarding the naming of the Interactive Data Tables: If data is only shown under green connect point data.April 2002 If either the component or dimensional data about it is not found. the following applies: — If the termination type of the ends differ. If the component has ends of two different nominal diameters. regardless of its other characteristics. the properties of the stronger ends(s) have been defined under the green connect point data. dimensional data is defined in tables. One of the items retrieved from either the Instrument TDB or the Piping Job Specification is the model code. the following applies: — Both generic and specific data about the component is included in the applicable unit of the Instrument TDB. 214 . as follows: If the component is named. properties about the larger nominal diameter end(s) have been defined under the green connect point data. For each off-line instrument. it applies to all ends of the component. the properties of the end(s) with the lowest codelist number defining its CP preparation have been defined under the green connect point data.

The name of this table is comprised of the following parameters from the instrument specialties part of the Piping Job Specification: MC GS Term(G) Rat(G) Unnamed_I The only independent variable in this table is the nominal diameter of the green connect point of the component. The name of this table is comprised of the following parameters from the instrument specialties part of the Piping Job Specification: 215 . empty weight. the following applies: — Data about the component is included in a table with format I96. the following applies: — Data about the component is included in a table with format I91. The name of this table is comprised of the following parameters from the instrument specialties part of the Piping Job Specification: MC GS Term(G)_Rat(G) Term(R)_Rat(R) Unnamed_I The independent variables in this table are the nominal diameters of the green and red connect points of the component. The name of this table is comprised of the following parameters from the instrument specialties part of the Piping Job Specification: MC GS Term(G)_Rat(G) Term(R)_Unnamed_I The independent variables in this table are the nominal diameters of the green and red connect points of the component. weight of water plus all those dimensional parameters required to display the component in the model whose values are not defined in a generic table. the following applies: — Data about the component is included in a table with format I85. If the component is unnamed. weight of water plus all those dimensional parameters required to display the component in the model whose values are not defined in a generic table. if both green and red connect point data appears in the definition of the component in the instrument specialties part of the Piping Job Specification and neither the green nor the red connect points are male termination types. if both green and red connect point data appears in the definition of the component in the instrument specialties part of the Piping Job Specification and both the green and the red connect points are male termination types. The dependent variables are surface area. empty weight. If the component is unnamed. the following applies: — Data about the component is included in a table with format I95. The dependent variables are surface area. empty weight. Commodity Discussions If the component is unnamed. the green connect point is either a bolted or a female termination type and the red connect point is a male termination type._ _______________ Appendix B: If the component is unnamed. if only green connect point data appears in the definition of the component in the instrument specialties part of the Piping Job Specification and if the connect point is not a male termination type. weight of water plus all those dimensional parameters required to display the component in the model whose values are not defined in a generic table. if both green and red connect point data appears in the definition of the component in the instrument specialties part of the Piping Job Specification. Off-Line Instruments (7Q4D) B. The dependent variables are surface area.

empty weight. The name of this table is comprised of the following parameters from the instrument specialties part of the Piping Job Specification: MC_GS_Term(G) Term(R) Rat(R) Unnamed_I The independent variables in this table are the nominal diameters of the green and red connect points of the component. 216 . Model Graphics Definitions. C5. symbols listed below have been defined so that they can only be placed either without actuators. weight of water plus all those dimensional parameters required to display the component in the model whose values are not defined in a generic table. Refer to Section 4. Off-line instruments will have not have actuators.4 or C5. a proper match has been to an Isogen symbol. empty weight. — Unless specifically defined otherwise. The dependent variables are surface area.3. the following applies: — Data about the component is included in a table with format I97. the green connect point is a male termination type and the red connect point is not a male termination type. C5. The dependent variables are surface area. These values are required for one or more of the reasons indicated below and will not necessarily be part of the names of the tables that include data about the component.5 may be used instead. To procure the component._ _______________ PDS Piping Component Data .2. weight of water plus all those dimensional parameters required to display the component in the model whose values are not defined in a generic table. — Ensure that for each symbol used. Reference to ends in component type definitions that follow refer to the applicable of in-line or tap ends that might apply to the component. If the component is unnamed. if both green and red connect point data appears in the definition of the component in the instrument specialties part of the Piping Job Specification.April 2002 MC GS Term(G) Term(R) Unnamed_I The independent variables in this table are the nominal diameters of the green and red connect points of the component. The following general comments apply to the use of symbols used to depict these instruments: — The symbols shown below under each instrument type are only suggested symbols that can be used to depict such instruments. Off-line instruments will not be automatically placed during automatic component placement. To access data tables. Under the description of each table format applicable to each component type. the GCP and RCP rating and schedule/thickness that needs to be provided in the Piping Job Specification has been listed. Any instrument symbol defined in Paragraphs C5. They will always be positioned by the User. for a description of the table formats.

where i=A-J) (SN=I301AZ) B. 7Q4D. where i=A-J) (SN=I301AZ) 7Q4D02. Discrete [field mounted AE (off-line) (P&ID instr comp type=232) Analyzer type 1 (MC=I301iT or I301iS. where i=A-J) (SN=I301AZ) 217 . AABBCC Description Off-Line Instruments (7Q4D) 7Q4D01. The AABBCC code for off-line instruments will consist of the applicable AABB code. Discrete [field mounted] FI (off-line) (P&ID instr comp type=238) Flow indicator type 1 (MC=I301iT or I301iS. followed by two numbers for the specific instrument. where i=A-J) (SN=I301AZ) 7Q4D06. Discrete [field mounted] FC (off-line) (P&ID instr comp type=237) Flow controller type 1 (MC=I301iT or I301iS. Discrete [field mounted] AP (off-line) (P&ID instr comp type=233) Analyzer sample point type 1 (MC=I301iT or I301iS. where i=A-J) (SN=I301AZ) 7Q4D07._ _______________ Appendix B: — Taps may be placed during the design session as required to define connections whose definition is not possible with the symbol chosen. Commodity Discussions 7Q4D03. Discrete [field mounted] AT (off-line) (P&ID instr comp type=234) Analyzer transmitter type 1 (MC=I301iT or I301iS.

_ _______________ PDS Piping Component Data . Discrete [field mounted] FP (off-line) (P&ID instr comp type=240) Flow test point type 1 (MC=I301iT or I301iS. where i=A-J) (SN=I301AZ) 7Q4D12. Discrete [field mounted] FIC (off-line) (P&ID instr comp type=239) Flow indicating controller type 1 (MC=I301iT or I301iS. where i=A-J) (SN=I301AZ) 7Q4D09. where i=A-J) (SN=I301AZ) 7Q4D11. Discrete [field mounted] FR (off-line) (P&ID instr comp type=241) Flow recorder type 1 (MC=I301iT or I301iS. Discrete [field mounted] FSL (off-line) (P&ID instr comp type=244) Flow switch low type 1 (MC=I301iT or I301iS. Discrete [field mounted] FSH (off-line) (P&ID instr comp type=243) Flow switch high type 1 (MC=I301iT or I301iS. where i=A-J) (SN=I301AZ) 7Q4D13. where i=A-J) (SN=I301AZ) 7Q4D10. where i=A-J) (SN=I301AZ) 218 . Discrete [field mounted] FRC (off-line) (P&ID instr comp type=242) Flow recording controller type 1 (MC=I301iT or I301iS.April 2002 7Q4D08.

Discrete [field mounted] FT (off-line) (P&ID instr comp type=249) Flow transmitter type 1 (MC=I301iT or I301iS. where i=A-J) (SN=I301AZ) 7Q4D16._ _______________ Appendix B: Off-Line Instruments (7Q4D) 7Q4D14. Discrete [field mounted] LC (off-line) (P&ID instr comp type=252) Level controller type 1 (MC=I301iT or I301iS. Discrete [field mounted] FSHH (off-line) (P&ID instr comp type=246) Flow switch high high type 1 (MC=I301iT or I301iS. Discrete [field mounted] FSLL (off-line) (P&ID instr comp type=248) Flow switch low low type 1 (MC=I301iT or I301iS. where i=A-J) (SN=I301AZ) Level controller type 2 (with actuator). (MC=I253AT or I253AS) (SN=I253AZ) 219 . Discrete [field mounted] FSHL (off-line) (P&ID instr comp type=247) Flow switch high low type 1 (MC=I301iT or I301iS. Discrete [field mounted] FSM (off-line) (P&ID instr comp type=245) Flow switch medium type 1 (MC=I301iT or I301iS. Commodity Discussions 7Q4D17. (MC=I201CT or I201CS) (SN=I201CZ) Level controller type 3 (with actuator). where i=A-J) (SN=I301AZ) 7Q4D15. where i=A-J) (SN=I301AZ) 7Q4D18. where i=A-J) (SN=I301AZ) B. where i=A-J) (SN=I301AZ) 7Q4D21.

(MC=I253AT or I253AS) (SN=I253AZ) Level gage type 4._ _______________ PDS Piping Component Data . where i=A-J) (SN=I301AZ) Level indicating controller type 2. (MC=I322AT or I322AS) (SN=I322AZ) 7Q4D23. top-bottom (MC=I324CT or I324CS) (SN=I324CZ) Level indicating controller type 4. top-side (MC=I324ET or I324ES) (SN=I324EZ) Level indicating controller type 6. (MC=I201CT or I201CS) (SN=I201CZ) Level gage type 3 (with actuator). Discrete [field mounted] LG (off-line) (P&ID instr comp type=253) Level gage type 1 (MC=I301iT or I301iS. side-side (MC=I324FT or I324FS) (SN=I324FZ) 7Q4D25. Discrete [field mounted] LIC (off-line) (P&ID instr comp type=255) Level indicating controller type 1 (MC=I301iT or I301iS. upper and lower side (with actuator) (MC=I253AT or I253AS) (SN=I253AZ) Level indicating controller type 3. where i=A-J) (SN=I301AZ) 7Q4D24.April 2002 7Q4D22. where i=A-J) (SN=I301AZ) Level gage type 2 (with actuator). side-bottom (MC=I324DT or I324DS) (SN=I324DZ) Level indicating controller type 5. where i=A-J) (SN=I301AZ) 220 . Discrete [field mounted] LR (off-line) (P&ID instr comp type=256) Level recorder type 1 (MC=I301iT or I301iS. Discrete [field mounted] LI (off-line) (P&ID instr comp type=254) Level indicator type 1 (MC=I301iT or I301iS.

where i=A-J) (SN=I301AZ) 7Q4D27. Commodity Discussions (P&ID instr comp type=259) Level switch low type 1 (MC=I301iT or I301iS. Discrete [field mounted] LSH (off-line) (P&ID instr comp type=258) Level switch high type 1 (MC=I301iT or I301iS. where i=A-J) (SN=I301AZ) Level switch high type 2 (with actuator)._ _______________ Appendix B: Off-Line Instruments (7Q4D) 7Q4D26. Discrete [field mounted] LSL (off-line) B. Discrete [field mounted] LSM (off-line) (P&ID instr comp type=260) Level switch medium type 1 (MC=I301iT or I301iS. (MC=I253AT or I253AS) (SN=I253AZ) 7Q4D29. (MC=I201CT or I201CS) (SN=I201CZ) Level switch medium type 3 (with actuator). (MC=I253AT or I253AS) (SN=I253AZ) 7Q4D28. (MC=I253AT or I253AS) (SN=I253AZ) 221 . where i=A-J) (SN=I301AZ) Level switch low type 2 (with actuator). where i=A-J) (SN=I301AZ) Level switch medium type 2 (with actuator). (MC=I201CT or I201CS) (SN=I201CZ) Level switch low type 3 (with actuator). Discrete [field mounted] LRC (off-line) (P&ID instr comp type=257) Level recording controller type 1 (MC=I301iT or I301iS. (MC=I201CT or I201CS) (SN=I201CZ) Level switch high type 3 (with actuator).

(MC=I253AT or I253AS) (SN=I253AZ) 7Q4D31. Discrete [field mounted] LT (off-line) (P&ID instr comp type=264) Level transmitter type 1 (MC=I301iT or I301iS. where i=A-J) (SN=I301AZ) Level transmitter type 2 (with actuator). (MC=I201CT or I201CS) (SN=I201CZ) Level switch low low type 3 (with actuator)._ _______________ PDS Piping Component Data . Discrete [field mounted] LSHL (off-line) (P&ID instr comp type=262) Level switch high low type 1 (MC=I301iT or I301iS. (MC=I201CT or I201CS) (SN=I201CZ) Level switch high low type 3 (with actuator). Discrete [field mounted] LSHH (off-line) (P&ID instr comp type=261) Level switch high high type 1 (MC=I301iT or I301iS. (MC=I201CT or I201CS) (SN=I201CZ) Level transmitter type 3 (with actuator). Discrete [field mounted] LSLL (off-line) (P&ID instr comp type=263) Level switch low low type 1 (MC=I301iT or I301iS. where i=A-J) (SN=I301AZ) Level switch high low type 2 (with actuator). (MC=I253AT or I253AS) (SN=I253AZ) 7Q4D33. (MC=I201CT or I201CS) (SN=I201CZ) Level switch high high type 3 (with actuator). where i=A-J) (SN=I301AZ) Level switch low low type 2 (with actuator). (MC=I253AT or I253AS) (SN=I253AZ) 222 . (MC=I253AT or I253AS) (SN=I253AZ) 7Q4D32. where i=A-J) (SN=I301AZ) Level switch high high type 2 (with actuator).April 2002 7Q4D30.

Commodity Discussions 7Q4D38. Discrete [field mounted] PDIC (off-line) (P&ID instr comp type=267) Pressure differential indicating controller type 1 (MC=I301iT or I301iS. Discrete [field mounted] PDSH (off-line) (P&ID instr comp type=268) Pressure differential switch high type 1 (MC=I301iT or I301iS. where i=A-J) (SN=I301AZ) 7Q4D39. Discrete [field mounted] PDT (off-line) (P&ID instr comp type=270) Pressure differential transmitter type 1 (MC=I301iT or I301iS. where i=A-J) (SN=I301AZ) B._ _______________ Appendix B: Off-Line Instruments (7Q4D) 7Q4D35. where i=A-J) (SN=I301AZ) 223 . Discrete [field mounted] PC (off-line) (P&ID instr comp type=266) Pressure controller type 1 (MC=I301iT or I301iS. where i=A-J) (SN=I301AZ) 7Q4D37. Discrete [field mounted] PDSL (off-line) (P&ID instr comp type=269) Pressure differential switch low type 1 (MC=I301iT or I301iS. Discrete [field mounted] PI (off-line) (P&ID instr comp type=271) Pressure indicator type 1 (MC=I301iT or I301iS. where i=A-J) (SN=I301AZ) 7Q4D36. where i=A-J) (SN=I301AZ) 7Q4D40.

where i=A-J) (SN=I301AZ) 224 . Discrete [field mounted] PIC (off-line) (P&ID instr comp type=272) Pressure indicating controller type 1 (MC=I301iT or I301iS. Discrete [field mounted] PR (off-line) (P&ID instr comp type=274) Pressure recorder type 1 (MC=I301iT or I301iS. Discrete [field mounted] PSH (off-line) (P&ID instr comp type=276) Pressure switch high type 1 (MC=I301iT or I301iS. Discrete [field mounted] PRC (off-line) (P&ID instr comp type=275) Pressure recording controller type 1 (MC=I301iT or I301iS. where i=A-J) (SN=I301AZ) 7Q4D46. Discrete [field mounted] PSL (off-line) (P&ID instr comp type=277) Pressure switch low type 1 (MC=I301iT or I301iS. where i=A-J) (SN=I301AZ) 7Q4D43.April 2002 7Q4D41. where i=A-J) (SN=I301AZ) 7Q4D44._ _______________ PDS Piping Component Data . where i=A-J) (SN=I301AZ) 7Q4D45. Discrete [field mounted] PP (off-line) (P&ID instr comp type=273) Pressure test point type 1 (MC=I301iT or I301iS. where i=A-J) (SN=I301AZ) 7Q4D42.

where i=A-J) (SN=I301AZ) 7Q4D53. Discrete [field mounted] PSM (off-line) (P&ID instr comp type=278) Pressure switch medium type 1 (MC=I301iT or I301iS. Discrete [field mounted] PSHH (off-line) (P&ID instr comp type=279) Pressure switch high high type 1 (MC=I301iT or I301iS. where i=A-J) (SN=I301AZ) 7Q4D51. Commodity Discussions 7Q4D50. where i=A-J) (SN=I301AZ) 7Q4D48. where i=A-J) (SN=I301AZ) B._ _______________ Appendix B: Off-Line Instruments (7Q4D) 7Q4D47. where i=A-J) (SN=I301AZ) 7Q4D49. [Field mounted] pilot light (off-line) (P&ID instr comp type=284) This instrument will not be represented in the 3D model. Discrete [field mounted] PSHL (off-line) (P&ID instr comp type=280) Pressure switch high low type 1 (MC=I301iT or I301iS. Discrete [field mounted] PT (off-line) (P&ID instr comp type=282) Pressure transmitter type 1 (MC=I301iT or I301iS. Discrete [field mounted] PSLL (off-line) (P&ID instr comp type=281) Pressure switch low low type 1 (MC=I301iT or I301iS. 225 .

[field mounted] instr (offline) (P&ID instr comp type=288) Discrete single-funct. 7Q4D70. Discrete single-funct instr [accessible in primary location] (off-line) (P&ID instr comp type=296) This instrument will not be represented in the 3D model. 7Q4D65. Discrete multi-funct. 7Q4D66. [field mounted] instr (offline) (P&ID instr comp type=289) This instrument will not be represented in the 3D model. Discrete single-funct. Discrete multi-funct instr [accessible in primary location] (off-line) (P&ID instr comp type=297) This instrument will not be represented in the 3D model. where i=A-J) (SN=I301AZ) 7Q4D58.April 2002 7Q4D57._ _______________ PDS Piping Component Data . 7Q4D60. Pilot light [accessible in primary location] (offline) (P&ID instr comp type=291) This instrument will not be represented in the 3D model. field mounted instr type 1 (MC=I301iT or I301iS. Discrete single-funct instr [inaccessible in primary location] (off-line) (P&ID instr comp type=301) This instrument will not be represented in the 3D model. 226 .

7Q4D75. 4-way single solenoid valve [field mounted] (offline) (P&ID instr comp type=309) This instrument will not be represented in the 3D model. 227 . B. [2-way] solenoid valve [field mounted] (off-line) (P&ID instr comp type=306) This instrument will not be represented in the 3D model. Discrete multi-funct instr [inaccessible in primary location] (off-line) (P&ID instr comp type=302) This instrument will not be represented in the 3D model. 7Q4D76. [2-way] angle solenoid valve [field mounted] (offline) (P&ID instr comp type=307) This instrument will not be represented in the 3D model. 7Q4D78._ _______________ Appendix B: Off-Line Instruments (7Q4D) 7Q4D71. Commodity Discussions 7Q4D77. 7Q4D79. 4-way double solenoid valve [field mounted] (offline) (P&ID instr comp type=310) This instrument will not be represented in the 3D model. 3-way solenoid valve [field mounted] (off-line) (P&ID instr comp type=308) This instrument will not be represented in the 3D model.

7Q4D86._ _______________ PDS Piping Component Data . Discrete single-funct instr [accessible in auxiliary location] (off-line) (P&ID instr comp type=316) This instrument will not be represented in the 3D model. Pilot light [accessible in auxiliary location] (off-line) (P&ID instr comp type=311) This instrument will not be represented in the 3D model. 7Q4D88. where i=A-J) (SN=I301AZ) 7Q4D89.April 2002 7Q4D80. Off-line averaging pitot tube [field mounted] (offline) (P&ID instr comp type=321) Off-line averaging pitot tube type 1 (MC=I301iT or I301iS. where i=A-J) (SN=I301AZ) 228 . Single port pitot tube [field mounted] (off-line) (P&ID instr comp type=319) Single port pitot tube type 1 (MC=I301iT or I301iS. 7Q4D85. where i=A-J) (SN=I301AZ) 7Q4D90. Pitot-venturi tube [field mounted] (off-line) (P&ID instr comp type=320) Pitot-venturi tube type 1 (MC=I301iT or I301iS. Discrete multi-funct instr [accessible in auxiliary location] (off-line) (P&ID instr comp type=317) This instrument will not be represented in the 3D model.

where i=A-J) (SN=I301AZ) 7Q4D97. Discrete multi-funct instr [inaccessible in auxiliary location] (off-line) (P&ID instr comp type=329) This instrument will not be represented in the 3D model. 7Q4D98. where i=A-J) (SN=I301AZ) 7Q4D95. Off-line propeller flow instr [field mounted] (offline) (P&ID instr comp type=324) Off-line propeller flow instr type 1 (MC=I301iT or I301iS. Discrete single-funct instr [inaccessible in auxiliary location] (off-line) (P&ID instr comp type=328) This instrument will not be represented in the 3D model. 229 . Off-line target flow instr [field mounted] (off-line) (P&ID instr comp type=323) Off-line target flow instr type 1 (MC=I301iT or I301iS. Off-line ultrasonic flow instr [field mounted] (offline) (P&ID instr comp type=326) Off-line ultrasonic flow instr type 1 (MC=I301iT or I301iS. Commodity Discussions Off-line magnetic flow instr type 1 (MC=I301iT or I301iS._ _______________ Appendix B: Off-Line Instruments (7Q4D) 7Q4D92. Off-line magnetic flow instr [field mounted] (offline) (P&ID instr comp type=325) B. where i=A-J) (SN=I301AZ) 7Q4D93. where i=A-J) (SN=I301AZ) 7Q4D94.

if so required.2 and C. by using the symbol whose value is hardcoded in the definition of the applicable model code. "Operator/Actuator Type". 230 .1._ _______________ PDS Piping Component Data . For actuators. Note that each size for a given commodity code may be given a different operator code.1 Miscellaneous Valve Operators and Actuators All piping commodity valves will have operators unless otherwise specifically indicated in paragraph C. To change the type of operator/actuator that applies to a valve.6 B. by appending the characters "OP_" to the operator code entry in the third output column of the applicable table P60A.1. For symbol names. by appending the characters "OP_" to the operator code entry in the "Mod" column of the applicable Specialty Table. If the operator/actuator is not to be placed in the model. and thus a different symbol name. Instrument specialty control valves and relief devices will have actuators unless otherwise specifically indicated in paragraph C. 41-99: For model codes. the model code is OP_3 (and not OP_03 or OP3). if the value "331" is found in the subject column.3. It is possible to change from the TDB the decision made regarding placing or not placing the valve operator/actuator in the model. the symbol name is OP_331 (and not OP33 or OP331). For operators with data derived from the commodity codes of the valves to which they apply. For symbol names. For example. the model code is OP_411 (and not OP_41 or OP411). by appending the characters "OP_" to the entry for operator type in the "Mod" column of the Piping Materials Class.5. For example. if the value "3" is found in the "Mod" column. you will have to place a valve with either a different AABBCC code or with the proper option.5. if the value "411" is found in the "Mod" column.6. Piping specialty components will only have operators if specifically so indicated in paragraph C.April 2002 B. the model code is OP_33 (and not OP33 or OP_331).2.3. The remaining instrument specialty components will not have actuators. If the operator/actuator is to be placed in the model. by appending the characters "OP_" to the operator type entry in the "Mod" column of the Piping Materials Class. if the value "33" is found in the "Mod" column. in the "Mod" column of the piping commodities part of the Piping Job Specification. Model codes and symbol names for valve operators will have values as defined below: For operators with data derived from parameters in the applicable Piping Materials Class 2-24: For model codes. the code for the operator/actuator is defined as a "-" number. using codelist values from codelist set CL550. For example. The type of operators/actuators is defined. Data about operators/actuators is stored in the entity that applies to the component to which the operator/actuator belongs. a "+" or no sign entry is made for this value. 25-40: For model codes. For example.

by appending the characters "OP_" to the operator code entry in parameter "Y1" of the applicable P8*. The independent variable(s) in this table is: — For operator types 1-3 and 5-24: the nominal diameter of the green connect point of the operator. as follows: Miscellaneous For symbol names. the model code for the new operator is A_1025. dimensional data about the operator. by using the symbol whose value is hardcoded in the definition of the applicable model code. Appurtenance Number to be Added Chainwheel 1000 Floor stand 2000 Extension stem 3000 For example. the symbol name will be OP_411 (and not OP41 or OP411). Data for operators/actuators is defined in tables. The name of this table is comprised of the following parameters from the piping commodities part of the Piping Job Specification: MC_Type(G)_Rat(G) Op A Where. B. MC applies to the valve to which the operator belongs Type will have the following possible values: Preparation 2-199 300-399 400-599 Type BLT MAL FEM Op represents the absolute value of the entry for operator type made in the "Mod" column of the Piping Materials Class. is included in a table with format P31A. by changing the characters "OP_" to "A_" of the model code of the valve to which the appurtenance is applied and by adding the number indicated below to the numeric part of the valve model code. For symbol names. 231 . if a chainwheel is added to a gear operated valve having an operator model code of OP_25. For example. P9*. — For operator type 4: the nominal diameters of the "green and of the red connect points of the operator. regardless of whether only GCP or both GCP and RCP data applies to the valve._ _______________ Appendix B: For valve appurtenances: For model codes. Commodity Discussions For piping valves in the piping commodities part of the Piping Job Specification and whose operator types are less than or equal to 24. if the value "411" is found in the subject column. I8* or I9* table.

The dependent variables are those dimensional parameters required to display the valve operator in the model that were not included in the P60A table. The name of this table is comprised of the following parameter from the piping commodities part of the Piping Job Specification: Cmdty Code_WOPD_A The only independent variable in this table is the nominal diameter of the green connect point of the component. In general.April 2002 The dependent variables are those dimensional parameters required to display the valve operator in the model. the three parameters that define the location of the center of gravity of the operator and up to two dimensional parameters required to define the geometry of the valve operator. the operator weight. the three parameters that define the location of the center of gravity of the operator and all the dimensional parameters required to define the geometry of the valve operator. the empty weight of the valve exclusive of the operator weight. If columns available in the above table were insufficient to allow definition of all the applicable dimensional parameters of the valve operator. the remaining parameters is included in a table with format P60B. the operator weight. If columns available in the above table were insufficient to allow definition of all the applicable dimensional parameters. the operator weight. is included in a table with format P60A. all applicable data about the valve. no definition is made of the location of their center of gravity. The dependent variables are those dimensional parameters required to display the valve operator in the model that were not included in the P31A table._ _______________ PDS Piping Component Data . For piping valves in the piping commodities part of the Piping Job Specification and whose operator types exceed 24 and are less than or equal to 40. For piping valves in the piping specialties part of the Piping Job Specification whose operator types exceed 40 and for all instrument valves. The name of the P60B table is comprised of the following parameter from the piping commodities part of the Piping Job Specification: Cmdty Code_WOPD_B The only independent variable in this table is the nominal diameter of the green connect point of the component. In general. data in these tables represents the largest dimensions resulting from a comparison of operators supplied by common USA valve manufacturers. the operator code (parameter Y1). the three parameters that define the location of the center of gravity of the operator and up to two dimensional parameters required to define the geometry of the valve operator. You should check these tables to make sure that dimensions given are suitable to the project for which they are intended. the remaining parameters are included in a table with format P31B. The dependent variables are the empty weight of the valve exclusive of the operator weight. 232 . data in these tables represent the dimensions applicable to the valve described in the corresponding short description. regardless of whether only GCP or both GCP and RCP data apply to the valve. The name of the P31B table is comprised of the following parameters from the piping commodities part of the Piping Job Specification: MC_Type(G)_Rat(G) Op B The only independent variable in this table is the nominal diameter of the green connect point of the operator. For these operators. the operator code of the valve operators. the operator code of the valve operator.

This will cause the existing operator to be deleted and a new operator to be created whose shape is represented by the symbol listed in the table. At any time after placement. for piping valves Named_Instr_Specialties. the three parameters that define the location of the center of gravity of the operator and all the dimensional parameters required to define the geometry of the valve operator. (SN=OP3. In the list that follows. (OC=3). Handwheel (OT=3). Commodity Discussions Operators with Data Derived from Parameters in the Applicable Piping Materials Class. B. 2-24: Type 03. a tutorial defining the applicable parameters is displayed. Miscellaneous If at placement time. Valve operators will not be automatically placed during automatic component placement. A_1003. data was not found in the applicable of the tables defined above. types 2-24 apply to operators for piping commodity valves whose dimensions are determined from tables whose names are formed from attributes in the Piping Job Specification. Types 41-99 apply to operators/actuators for piping and instrument specialty valves. the operator weight. is included in a table with format P80 for piping valves or I80 for instrument valves. The default placement is without appurtenances and is represented by symbol OP3. Appurtenance None Chainwheel Floor stand Extension stem Placement Command Default Add Chainwheel Add Floorstand Add Extension Stem Symbol OP3 A1003 S2003 S3003 In response to one of the add appurtenance commands. The dependent variables is all the applicable data about the valve._ _______________ Appendix B: regardless of whether only GCP or both GCP and RCP data apply to the valve. Types 25-40 apply to operators for piping commodity valves whose dimensions are determined from tables whose names depend on the commodity codes for the valves. S2003 & S3003) (TNF=P31A) This operator may be placed with or without appurtenances. A_2003 & A_3003). The name of this table is: Named_Pipe_Specialties. as follows: 233 . the system will prompt you for the values of all the parameters that would otherwise be found in the data table. the operator code (parameter Y1). A1003. (MC=OP_3. the you can add any one of the appurtenances indicated in the table below by executing the placement command listed in it. the system will prompt the you for user-defined information applicable to the indicated appurtenance. At this time. They will always be positioned by you. The values so stored will not be used in future model reconstructions after the applicable data tables are prepared. The values you define are be stored by the system for use in subsequent model reconstruction. for instrument valves The only independent variable in this table is the component number of the component.

"Y3"._ _______________ PDS Piping Component Data . (OC=4). You are prompted to provide all the information required to place the symbol involved. such as chainwheels. A1005) (TNF=P31A) This operator may be placed with or without appurtenances. except that: The table that is used to store the operator dimensions has both the GCP and the RCP diameters as input. "Y4" "Y1". (OC=5). as follows: Appurtenance Chainwheel Data Prompted Total length of chain 234 . inclined (OT=5). This operator is used for components such as extended body olet valves whose definition require different values for the diameters of the GCP and RCP. The value for chainwheel height required by symbol A1003 is determined by the system on the basis of instructions given in note 64. nominal diameter. At any time after placement. the system will prompt you for user-defined information applicable to the indicated appurtenance. in addition to all the parameters you provide at placement time. The reports will include. All parameters you provide in the definition of operator appurtenances are remembered by the system for use during model reconstruction. No data provisions have been made to allow the placement of appurtenances. (MC=OP_5. EA_1005). commodity code and the three applicable coordinates locating the valve origin in the model. the following data about the valve: the applicable line number. (MC=OP_4). The default placement is without appurtenances and is represented by symbol OP5. you can any one of the appurtenances indicated in the table below by executing the placement command listed in it. Handwheel. Type 04. on this operator. "Y2". Appurtenance None Chainwheel Placement Command Default Add Chainwheel Symbol OP5 A1005 In response to one of the add appurtenance commands. piping materials class. For floorstands and extension stems: no data table will apply. This will cause the existing operator to be deleted and a new operator to be created whose shape is represented by the symbol listed in the table. Type 05. It is possible to include in the iso and in reports data required for the purchase of operator appurtenances. as follows: For chainwheels: the data table that applies to symbol OP3 is used for the definition of the A1003 symbol.April 2002 Appurtenance Chainwheel Floorstand Extension stem Data Prompted Total length of chain "Y1". Handwheel if GCP > RCP (OT=4). "Y2" Further action by the system will depend upon the type of appurtenance involved. (SN=OP5. (SN=OP4 (TNF=P31A) This operator is identical in all respects 0o the one described under Type 03.

All parameters you provide in the definition of operator appurtenances are remembered by the system for use during model reconstruction. (MC=OP_19. The value for chainwheel height required by symbol A1005 is determined by the system on the basis of instructions given in note 64. (OC=11). T-handle. piping materials class. (TNF=P31A) Type 11. The reports will include. short (OT=19). (SN=OP9). (SN=OP9. the system will prompt you for user-defined information applicable to the indicated appurtenance. piping materials class. nominal diameter. the following data about the valve: the applicable line number. (MC=OP_17). Wrench. "Y2". (TNF=P31A) Type 17. (MC=OP_9). in addition to all the parameters you provide at placement time. "Y4" "Y1". Type 09. (OC=9). nominal diameter. Lever (OT=17). 235 . It is possible to include in the iso and in reports data required for the purchase of operator appurtenances. Appurtenance None Floor stand Extension stem Placement Command Default Add Floorstand Add Extension Stem Symbol OP9 S2003 S3003 In response to one of the add appurtenance commands. in addition to all the parameters you provide at placement time. Commodity Discussions This operator may be placed with or without appurtenances. It is possible to include in the iso and in reports data required for the purchase of operator appurtenances. The reports will include. you can add any one of the appurtenances indicated in the table below by executing the placement command listed in it. commodity code and the three applicable coordinates locating the valve origin in the model. At any time after placement. You are prompted to provide all the information required to place the symbol involved. the following data about the valve: the applicable line number. (SN=OP9). "Y2" Further action by the system will depend upon the type of appurtenance involved. (OC=19). (MC=OP_11). as follows: Appurtenance Floorstand Extension stem Data Prompted "Y1". This will cause the existing operator to be deleted and a new operator to be created whose shape is represented by the symbol listed in the table. as follows: For floorstands and extension stems: no data table will apply._ _______________ Appendix B: Further action by the system will depend upon the type of appurtenance involved. short (OT=9). Wrench. S2003 & S3003) (TNF=P31A) Miscellaneous B. long (OT=11). (TNF=P31A) Type 19. The default placement is without appurtenances and is represented by symbol OP9. as follows: For chainwheels: the data table that applies to symbol OP5 is used for the definition of the A1005 symbol. commodity code and the three applicable coordinates locating the valve origin in the model. A_2019 & A_3019). (OC=17). All parameters you provide in the definition of operator appurtenances are remembered by the system for use during model reconstruction. "Y3". (SN=OP9).

This will cause the existing operator to be deleted and a new operator to be created whose shape is represented by the symbol listed in the table. (MC=OP_21. you can add any one of the appurtenances indicated in the table below by executing the placement command listed in it. It is possible to include in the iso and in reports data required for the purchase of operator appurtenances. (OC=251). "Y2" Further action by the system will depend upon the type of appurtenance involved. T-handle. A_2025 & A_3025). in addition to all the parameters you provide at placement time. (SN=OP9. 25-40 Type 25. nominal diameter. At any time after placement. Appurtenance None Floor stand Extension stem Placement Command Default Add Floorstand Add Extension Stem Symbol OP9 S2003 S3003 In response to one of the add appurtenance commands. (MC=OP_25. A1251. The reports will include. the You can add any one of the appurtenances indicated in the table below by executing the placement command listed in it. "Y3". as follows: Appurtenance Floorstand Extension stem Data Prompted "Y1".April 2002 Type 21. long (OT=21). commodity code and the three applicable coordinates locating the valve origin in the model. S2003 & S3003) This operator can be placed with or without appurtenances. All parameters you provide in the definition of operator appurtenances are remembered by the system for use during model reconstruction. (SN=OP_251. S2003 & S3003) (TNF=P31A) This operator may be placed with or without appurtenances. "Y2". You are prompted to provide all the information required to place the symbol involved. (OC=21). Handwheel._ _______________ PDS Piping Component Data . The default placement is without appurtenances and is represented by symbol OP_251. This will cause the existing operator to be deleted and a new operator to be created whose shape is represented by the symbol listed in the table. the following data about the valve: the applicable line number. as follows: For floorstands and extension stems: no data table will apply. The default placement is without appurtenances and is represented by symbol OP9. piping materials class. the system will prompt you for user-defined information applicable to the indicated appurtenance. "Y4" "Y1". special type 1 (OT=25). A_1025. A_2021 & A_3021). Operators with Data Derived from the Commodity Codes of the Valves to Which They Apply. special (TNF=P60A & P60B) Handwheel. At any time after placement. Appurtenance None Chainwheel Floor stand Extension stem Placement Command Default Add Chainwheel Add Floorstand Add Extension Stem Symbol OP_251 A1251 S2003 S3003 236 .

(SN=OP_311) Type 33. as follows: Appurtenance Chainwheel Floorstand Extension stem Data Prompted Total length of chain "Y1". For floorstands and extension stems: no data table will apply. (MC=OP_33. (OC=311). (SN=OP_291) Gear. top mounted handwheel type 2 (OT=29). piping materials class. top mounted inclined handwheel type 1 (OT=31). nominal diameter. in addition to all the parameters you provide at placement time. side mounted handwheel type 1 (OT=33). "Y2". (OC=331). Wrench. A1331) This operator may be placed with or without appurtenances. (SN=OP_292) Type 31. A_1033). top mounted inclined handwheel (TNF=P60A & P60B) Gear. Gear. (OC=291). side mounted handwheel (TNF=P60A & P60B) Gear. All parameters you provide in the definition of operator appurtenances are remembered by the system for use during model reconstruction. B. (MC=OP_27). At any time after placement. The reports will include. top mounted handwheel type 1 (OT=29)._ _______________ Appendix B: In response to one of the add appurtenance commands. Gear. (SN=OP_271) Type 29. the system will prompt you for user-defined information applicable to the indicated appurtenance. "Y2" Miscellaneous Further action by the system will depend upon the type of appurtenance involved. (OC=271). top mounted handwheel (TNF=P60A & P60B) Gear. This will cause the existing operator to be deleted and a new operator to be created whose shape is represented by the symbol listed in the table. You are prompted to provide all the information required to place the symbol involved. The default placement is without appurtenances and is represented by symbol OP_331. the following data about the valve: the applicable line number. Type 27. Commodity Discussions 237 . (MC=OP_29). Gear. (MC=OP_31). special type 1 (OT=27). (SN=OP_331. "Y4" "Y1". as follows: For chainwheels: the data table that applies to symbol OP_251 is used for the definition of the A1251 symbol. special (TNF=P60A & P60B) Wrench. "Y3". (OC=292). The value for chainwheel height required by symbol A1251 is determined by the system on the basis of instructions given in note 64. (MC=OP_29). you can add the appurtenance indicated in the table below by executing the placement command listed in it. commodity code and the three applicable coordinates locating the valve origin in the model. It is possible to include in the iso and in reports data required for the purchase of operator appurtenances.

the following data about the valve: the applicable line number. The value for chainwheel height required by symbol A1331 is determined by the system on the basis of instructions given in note 64. Appurtenance None Chainwheel Placement Command Default Add Chainwheel Symbol OP_332 A1332 In response to the add appurtenance command. At any time after placement. (SN=OP_332. It is possible to include in the iso and in reports data required for the purchase of operator appurtenances. The default placement is without appurtenances and is represented by symbol OP_332._ _______________ PDS Piping Component Data . the system will prompt you for the following userdefined information: Appurtenance Chainwheel Data Prompted Total length of chain Further action by the system will depend upon the type of appurtenance involved. the system will prompt you for the following userdefined information: Appurtenance Chainwheel Data Prompted Total length of chain Further action by the system will depend upon the type of appurtenance involved. (OC=332). All parameters you provide in the definition of operator appurtenances are remembered by the system for use during model reconstruction. This will cause the existing operator to be deleted and a new operator to be created whose shape is represented by the symbol listed in the table. A1332) This operator may be placed with or without appurtenances.April 2002 Appurtenance None Chainwheel Placement Command Default Add Chainwheel Symbol OP_331 A1331 In response to the add appurtenance command. 238 . A_1033). piping materials class. nominal diameter. side mounted handwheel type 2 (OT=33). you can add the appurtenance indicated in the table below by executing the listed placement command. as follows: For chainwheels: the data table that applies to symbol OP_332 is used for the definition of the A1332 symbol. (MC=OP_33. All parameters you provide in the definition of operator appurtenances are remembered by the system for use during model reconstruction. The reports will include. Gear. as follows: For chainwheels: the data table that applies to symbol OP_331 is used for the definition of the A1331 symbol. The value for chainwheel height required by symbol A1332 is determined by the system on the basis of instructions given in note 64. commodity code and the three applicable coordinates locating the valve origin in the model. in addition to all the parameters you provide at placement time.

Commodity Discussions 239 . piping materials class. (SN=OP_333) Gear. (OC=333). (MC=OP_413). (MC=OP_33). with horizontal offset (OC=413). (MC=OP_33). (SN=OP_334) Type 35. Gear. Lever. (MC=OP_431). (MC=OP_40). (MC=OP_432). no offset (OC=431). nominal diameter. no offset. The reports will include. P9*. Press-balanced diaphragm (TNF=P8*. (MC=OP_39). (OC=334). in addition to all the parameters you provide at placement. (SN=OP_413) Type 43. (MC=OP_412). side mounted inclined handwheel type 1 (OT=35). (SN=OP_411) Diaphragm type 2. I8* or I9*) Diaphragm type 1. (SN=OP_413) Type 45. inclined (OC=432). 41-99 Type 41. (SN=OP_351) Type 39. (SN=OP_391) Type 40. (MC=OP_451). (SN=OP_412) Diaphragm type 3. side mounted handwheel type 4 (OT=33). P9*. It is possible to include in the description of the valve to which this operator applies the value of "Y6" you define. Actuators. the system will first prompt you for the value of parameter "Y6". inclined (OC=412). (OC=351). I8* or I9*) Regulator type 1 (OC=451). the following data about the valve: the applicable line number. I8* or I9*) Press-balanced diaphragm type 1. (SN=OP_451) Miscellaneous It is possible to include in the iso and in reports data required for the purchase of operator appurtenances. B. (SN=OP_401) For post indicators. Post indicator (TNF=P60A) Post indicator type 1 (OT=40). side mounted handwheel type 3 (OT=33). Regulator (TNF=P8*. (MC=OP_35). no offset (OC=411). It will then proceed to read from the applicable data table the rest of the parameters required to place the operator. Diaphragm (TNF=P8*. P9*. side mounted inclined handwheel (TNF=P60A & P60B) Gear. (OC=401). quick-action (TNF=P60A & P60B) Lever. (SN=OP_412) Press-balanced diaphragm type 3. (OC=391). (MC=OP_433). (MC=OP_411). commodity code and the three applicable coordinates locating the valve origin in the model. quick-action type 1 (OT=39). (SN=OP_411) Press-balanced diaphragm type 2. with horizontal offset (OC=433). no offset._ _______________ Appendix B: Gear.

April 2002 Regulator type 2 (OC=452). (MC=OP_571). w/vane and optional cylinder (OC=493). (MC=OP_512). (SN=OP_491) Double acting cylinder type 2. (SN=OP_494) Type 51. Double acting cylinder (TNF=P8*. (MC=OP_493). (MC=OP_492). (MC=OP_491). (MC=OP_572). P9*. (SN=OP_453) Type 49. Pilot operated cylinder (TNF=P8*. (SN=OP_571) Type 65. (MC=OP_574). Single acting cylinder (TNF=P8*. P9*. (SN=OP_491) Pilot operated cylinder type 2. I8* or I9*) Single acting cylinder type 1 (OC=491). inclined (OC=492). (SN=OP_452) Regulator type 3 (OC=453). P9*. (MC=OP_532). (MC=OP_531). (SN=OP_494) 240 . Digital (TNF=P8*. inclined (OC=574). w/vane and optional cylinder (OC=533). (SN=OP_493) Single acting cylinder type 4. P9*. (MC=OP_533). inclined (OC=512). (MC=OP_511). (MC=OP_453). (MC=OP_513). (MC=OP_651). P9*. I8* or I9*) Pilot operated cylinder type 1 (OC=531). P9*. I8* or I9*) Electro-hydraulic type 1 (OC=651). (SN=OP_574) Type 61. inclined (OC=532). (MC=OP_494). (SN=OP_492) Pilot operated cylinder type 3._ _______________ PDS Piping Component Data . I8* or I9*) Motor type 1 (OC=571). (SN=OP_573) Motor type 4. (MC=OP_534). (MC=OP_573). camflex (OC=494). (SN=OP_572) Motor type 3 (OC=573). I8* or I9*) Digital type 1 (OC=611). w/vane and optional cylinder (OC=513). (SN=OP_571) Motor type 2 inclined (OC=572). (SN=OP_491) Single acting cylinder type 2. (SN=OP_493) Type 53. (MC=OP_452). Motor (TNF=P8*. (SN=OP_493) Pilot operated cylinder type 4 (OC=534). (SN=OP_492) Single acting cylinder type 3. (MC=OP_611). (SN=OP_494) Type 57. I8* or I9*) Double acting cylinder type 1 (OC=511). (SN=OP_492) Double acting cylinder type 3. Electro-hydraulic (TNF=P8*.

It is an accessory to another actuator. P9*. Type 71. Displacement float Miscellaneous B. (SN=OP_853) Manual type 4. Type 95. I8* or I9*) Manual type 1 (OC=851). (MC=OP_852). Spring (TNF=P8*. Manual (TNF=P8*. Single solenoid This is not a valve actuator. inclined (OC=854). The addition of this item to an actuator would graphically be covered by the applicable actuator. Single solenoid w/reset This is not a valve actuator. P9*._ _______________ Appendix B: Electro-hydraulic type 2 (OC=652). Pilot This is not a valve actuator. (MC=OP_854). (MC=OP_652). The addition of this item to an actuator would graphically be covered by the applicable actuator. Type 77. I8* or I9*) Weight type 1 (OC=811). (MC=OP_891). It is an accessory to another actuator. The addition of this item to an actuator would graphically be covered by the applicable actuator. Ball float (TNF=P8*. (SN=OP_491) Type 91. Commodity Discussions 241 . (MC=OP_811). (SN=OP_854) Type 89. Capacitance sensor This is not a valve actuator. P9*. The addition of this item to an actuator would graphically be covered by the applicable actuator. I8* or I9*) No graphic symbol has been provided to represent this actuator. (MC=OP_851). P9*. It is an accessory to another actuator. Type 81. Double solenoid This is not a valve actuator. (SN=OP_851) Manual type 2. Type 93. (SN=OP_571) Type 69. Type 73. inclined (OC=852). It is an accessory to another actuator. (SN=OP_852) Manual type 3 (OC=853). The addition of this item to an actuator would graphically be covered by the applicable actuator. (MC=OP_853). Weight (TNF=P8*. (SN=OP_811) Type 85. I8* or I9*) Spring type 1 (OC=891). It is an accessory to another actuator.

242 . Should be only shown in the model by an instrument balloon. It is actually part of a level displacement transmitter which would be shown with a balloon on the model. Nothing would be modeled for this component. Paddle wheel This is not a valve actuator._ _______________ PDS Piping Component Data .April 2002 This is not a valve actuator. Type 97.

6R9H12. These connectors are defined at the same time that the component is placed.6. Drain connector You can place drain connectors.1 Piping Connectors Piping Utility Connector (6R9E) The Piping Connector Entity applies to this class of components. implying connections to sewer systems. A requirement for these connectors is that it be possible to connect more than one piping group to them.6.6. You can place off-site piping connectors to identify the continuation of piping segments in another design volume of a different site. You can place off-volume piping connectors to identify the continuation of piping segments in another design volume of the same site. 6R9G12._ _______________ Appendix B: Piping Connectors B.2 B.2. The system will not coordinate the matching of off-site connectors in any way.3 Off-Site Piping Connectors (6R9H) The Piping Connector Entity applies to this class of components. B. From off-vol piping connector (directional) B. To off-vol piping connector (directional) 6R9G16. These connectors are defined at the same time that the component is placed. 6R9E02. From off-site piping connector (directional) 243 . The placing and labeling of these connectors are part of the same command. Commodity Discussions B.2. To off-site piping connector (directional) 6R9H16.2 Off-volume Piping Connectors (6R9G) The Piping Connector Entity applies to this class of components.6.2.

_ _______________ PDS Piping Component Data . Vent/drain detail 1 (on-line) (macrocomponent) 6P8C15. Connection detail 6 (on-line) (macrocomponent) 6P8C70.7. Steam utility station (in-line) (macrocomponent) B. Vent/drain detail 2 (on-line) (macrocomponent) 6P8C16.7. Connection detail 1 (on-line) (macrocomponent) 6P8C65. Vent/drain detail 3 (on-line) (macrocomponent) 6P8C24. Connection detail 4 (on-line) (macrocomponent) 6P8C68. Nitrogen utility station (in-line) (macrocomponent) 6N8C39. Air utility station (in-line) (macrocomponent) 6N8C38.2 On-line Piping Macrocomponents (6P8C) 6P8C14.7 B.1 Assemblies In-line Piping Macrocomponents (6N8C) 6N8C37. Water utility station (in-line) (macrocomponent) 6N8C40. Connection detail 5 (on-line) (macrocomponent) 6P8C69. Connection detail 3 (on-line) (macrocomponent) 6P8C67. Vent/drain detail H (on-line) (macrocomponent) 6P8C64. Connection detail 8 (on-line) (macrocomponent) 244 .April 2002 B. Connection detail 7 (on-line) (macrocomponent) 6P8C71. Connection detail 2 (on-line) (macrocomponent) 6P8C66.

Symbols 245 . No. P1 V1 V2 V2A V2B V3 V4 V6 V8 V11 V12 V13 V16 V18 V19 V26 V32 V33 V34 V38 V40 V41 V42 V51 V58 V62 V72 V73 V81 V82 F1A F4 F6 F8 F10_1 F10_2 F13 F14A F14B F17D Piping Commodity Symbols Latest Rev. 0 2 2 0 0 4 8 2 3 2 2 3 2 3 3 3 2 3 2 4 2 2 2 6 4 2 2 2 1 1 4 2 7 3 11 13 12 11 11 4 Page 248 249 250 251 252 253 254 255 256 257 258 259 260 261 262 263 264 265 266 267 268 269 270 271 272 273 274 275 276 277 278 279 280 281 282 283 284 285 286 287 C.1 Symbol No._ _______________ Appendix C: Symbols Appendix C Symbols C.

_ _______________ PDS Piping Component Data .April 2002 F19 F25 F27 F28 F31 F32 F39 F43_1 F43_2 F47 F47A F63 F84 F101 F114A F114B F114C F114D F122_1 F122_2 F125 F127 F128 F134 F145 F147 F150 F152 F154 F160 F163 F170 F172 F173 F176 F177 F178 F179 F180 F182 F184 F188 3 2 3 3 5 2 3 2 3 5 4 4 6 4 2 2 2 2 4 2 2 6 5 7 2 2 2 4 2 3 2 5 4 4 5 11 4 1 7 7 7 4 288 289 290 291 292 293 294 295 296 297 298 299 300 301 302 303 304 305 306 307 308 309 310 311 312 313 314 315 316 317 318 319 320 321 322 323 324 325 326 327 328 329 246 .

Symbols 247 ._ _______________ Appendix C: Piping Commodity Symbol Legend Piping Commodity Symbol Legend C.

_ _______________ PDS Piping Component Data .April 2002 Piping Commodity Symbol P1 248 .

Symbols 249 ._ _______________ Appendix C: Piping Commodity Symbol V1 Piping Commodity Symbol V1 C.

_ _______________ PDS Piping Component Data .April 2002 Piping Commodity Symbol V2 250 .

_ _______________ Appendix C: Piping Commodity Symbol V2A Piping Commodity Symbol V2A C. Symbols 251 .

_ _______________ PDS Piping Component Data .April 2002 Piping Commodity Symbol V2B 252 .

_ _______________ Appendix C: Piping Commodity Symbol V3 Piping Commodity Symbol V3 C. Symbols 253 .

April 2002 Piping Commodity Symbol V4 254 ._ _______________ PDS Piping Component Data .

Symbols 255 ._ _______________ Appendix C: Piping Commodity Symbol V6 Piping Commodity Symbol V6 C.

April 2002 Piping Commodity Symbol V8 256 ._ _______________ PDS Piping Component Data .

Symbols 257 ._ _______________ Appendix C: Piping Commodity Symbol V11 Piping Commodity Symbol V11 C.

April 2002 Piping Commodity Symbol V12 258 ._ _______________ PDS Piping Component Data .

_ _______________ Appendix C: Piping Commodity Symbol V13 Piping Commodity Symbol V13 C. Symbols 259 .

_ _______________ PDS Piping Component Data .April 2002 Piping Commodity Symbol V16 260 .

Symbols 261 ._ _______________ Appendix C: Piping Commodity Symbol V18 Piping Commodity Symbol V18 C.

_ _______________ PDS Piping Component Data .April 2002 Piping Commodity Symbol V19 262 .

_ _______________ Appendix C: Piping Commodity Symbol V26 Piping Commodity Symbol V26 C. Symbols 263 .

April 2002 Piping Commodity Symbol V32 264 ._ _______________ PDS Piping Component Data .

_ _______________ Appendix C: Piping Commodity Symbol V33 Piping Commodity Symbol V33 C. Symbols 265 .

April 2002 Piping Commodity Symbol V34 266 ._ _______________ PDS Piping Component Data .

_ _______________ Appendix C: Piping Commodity Symbol V38 Piping Commodity Symbol V38 C. Symbols 267 .

_ _______________ PDS Piping Component Data .April 2002 Piping Commodity Symbol V40 268 .

Symbols 269 ._ _______________ Appendix C: Piping Commodity Symbol V41 Piping Commodity Symbol V41 C.

April 2002 Piping Commodity Symbol V42 270 ._ _______________ PDS Piping Component Data .

Symbols 271 ._ _______________ Appendix C: Piping Commodity Symbol V51 Piping Commodity Symbol V51 C.

_ _______________ PDS Piping Component Data .April 2002 Piping Commodity Symbol V58 272 .

Symbols 273 ._ _______________ Appendix C: Piping Commodity Symbol V62 Piping Commodity Symbol V62 C.

_ _______________ PDS Piping Component Data .April 2002 Piping Commodity Symbol V72 274 .

_ _______________ Appendix C: Piping Commodity Symbol V73 Piping Commodity Symbol V73 C. Symbols 275 .

_ _______________ PDS Piping Component Data .April 2002 Piping Commodity Symbol V81 276 .

Symbols 277 ._ _______________ Appendix C: Piping Commodity Symbol V82 Piping Commodity Symbol V82 C.

April 2002 Piping Commodity Symbol F1A 278 ._ _______________ PDS Piping Component Data .

Symbols 279 ._ _______________ Appendix C: Piping Commodity Symbol F4 Piping Commodity Symbol F4 C.

_ _______________ PDS Piping Component Data .April 2002 Piping Commodity Symbol F6 280 .

Symbols 281 ._ _______________ Appendix C: Piping Commodity Symbol F8 Piping Commodity Symbol F8 C.

_ _______________ PDS Piping Component Data .April 2002 Piping Commodity Symbol F10_1 282 .

_ _______________ Appendix C: Piping Commodity Symbol F10_2 Piping Commodity Symbol F10_2 C. Symbols 283 .

_ _______________ PDS Piping Component Data .April 2002 Piping Commodity Symbol F13 284 .

Symbols 285 ._ _______________ Appendix C: Piping Commodity Symbol F14A Piping Commodity Symbol F14A C.

_ _______________ PDS Piping Component Data .April 2002 Piping Commodity Symbol F14B 286 .

_ _______________ Appendix C: Piping Commodity Symbol F17D Piping Commodity Symbol F17D C. Symbols 287 .

_ _______________ PDS Piping Component Data .April 2002 Piping Commodity Symbol F19 288 .

Symbols 289 ._ _______________ Appendix C: Piping Commodity Symbol F25 Piping Commodity Symbol F25 C.

April 2002 Piping Commodity Symbol F27 290 ._ _______________ PDS Piping Component Data .

Symbols 291 ._ _______________ Appendix C: Piping Commodity Symbol F28 Piping Commodity Symbol F28 C.

April 2002 Piping Commodity Symbol F31 292 ._ _______________ PDS Piping Component Data .

Symbols 293 ._ _______________ Appendix C: Piping Commodity Symbol F32 Piping Commodity Symbol F32 C.

_ _______________ PDS Piping Component Data .April 2002 Piping Commodity Symbol F39 294 .

Symbols 295 ._ _______________ Appendix C: Piping Commodity Symbol F43_1 Piping Commodity Symbol F43_1 C.

_ _______________ PDS Piping Component Data .April 2002 Piping Commodity Symbol F43_2 296 .

_ _______________ Appendix C: Piping Commodity Symbol F47 Piping Commodity Symbol F47 C. Symbols 297 .

_ _______________ PDS Piping Component Data .April 2002 Piping Commodity Symbol F47A 298 .

Symbols 299 ._ _______________ Appendix C: Piping Commodity Symbol F63 Piping Commodity Symbol F63 C.

April 2002 Piping Commodity Symbol F84 300 ._ _______________ PDS Piping Component Data .

_ _______________ Appendix C: Piping Commodity Symbol F101 Piping Commodity Symbol F101 C. Symbols 301 .

April 2002 Piping Commodity Symbol F114A 302 ._ _______________ PDS Piping Component Data .

Symbols 303 ._ _______________ Appendix C: Piping Commodity Symbol F114B Piping Commodity Symbol F114B C.

_ _______________ PDS Piping Component Data .April 2002 Piping Commodity Symbol F114C 304 .

_ _______________ Appendix C: Piping Commodity Symbol F114D Piping Commodity Symbol F114D C. Symbols 305 .

_ _______________ PDS Piping Component Data .April 2002 Piping Commodity Symbol F122_1 306 .

_ _______________ Appendix C: Piping Commodity Symbol F122_2 Piping Commodity Symbol F122_2 C. Symbols 307 .

_ _______________ PDS Piping Component Data .April 2002 Piping Commodity Symbol F125 308 .

_ _______________ Appendix C: Piping Commodity Symbol F127 Piping Commodity Symbol F127 C. Symbols 309 .

April 2002 Piping Commodity Symbol F128 310 ._ _______________ PDS Piping Component Data .

_ _______________ Appendix C: Piping Commodity Symbol F134 Piping Commodity Symbol F134 C. Symbols 311 .

_ _______________ PDS Piping Component Data .April 2002 Piping Commodity Symbol F145 312 .

Symbols 313 ._ _______________ Appendix C: Piping Commodity Symbol F147 Piping Commodity Symbol F147 C.

April 2002 Piping Commodity Symbol F150 314 ._ _______________ PDS Piping Component Data .

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Appendix C:

Piping Commodity Symbol F152

Piping Commodity Symbol F152

C. Symbols

315

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Piping Commodity Symbol F154

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Piping Commodity Symbol F160

Piping Commodity Symbol F160

C. Symbols

317

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Piping Commodity Symbol F163

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Piping Commodity Symbol F170

Piping Commodity Symbol F170

C. Symbols

319

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Piping Commodity Symbol F172

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Piping Commodity Symbol F173

Piping Commodity Symbol F173

C. Symbols

321

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Piping Commodity Symbol F176

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Piping Commodity Symbol F177

Piping Commodity Symbol F177

C. Symbols

323

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Piping Commodity Symbol F178

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Piping Commodity Symbol F179

Piping Commodity Symbol F179

C. Symbols

325

_ _______________
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Piping Commodity Symbol F180

326

_ _______________ Appendix C: Piping Commodity Symbol F182 Piping Commodity Symbol F182 C. Symbols 327 .

_ _______________ PDS Piping Component Data .April 2002 Piping Commodity Symbol F184 328 .

Symbols 329 ._ _______________ Appendix C: Piping Commodity Symbol F188 Piping Commodity Symbol F188 C.

3 1 2 0 3 1 2 0 1 1 2 1 2 2 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 Page 331 331 332 332 333 333 334 334 335 335 336 336 337 337 338 338 339 339 340 340 341 330 . FS1A FS2B FS10A FS10B FS11A FS11B FS13A FS13B FS24A FS26A FS26B FS30A FS38A FS39A FS60A FS66A T-FS1A T-FS2B T-FS10A T-FS11A T-FS13A Fire and Safety Symbols Latest Rev._ _______________ PDS Piping Component Data .2 Symbol No. No.April 2002 C.

Symbols 331 ._ _______________ Appendix C: Fire and Safety Symbol FS1A Fire and Safety Symbol FS1A Fire and Safety Symbol FS2B C.

_ _______________ PDS Piping Component Data .April 2002 Fire and Safety Symbol FS10A Fire and Safety Symbol FS10B 332 .

Symbols 333 ._ _______________ Appendix C: Fire and Safety Symbol FS11A Fire and Safety Symbol FS11A Fire and Safety Symbol FS11B C.

_ _______________ PDS Piping Component Data .April 2002 Fire and Safety Symbol FS13A Fire and Safety Symbol FS13B 334 .

_ _______________ Appendix C: Fire and Safety Symbol FS24A Fire and Safety Symbol FS24A Fire and Safety Symbol FS26A C. Symbols 335 .

April 2002 Fire and Safety Symbol FS26B Fire and Safety Symbol FS30A 336 ._ _______________ PDS Piping Component Data .

Symbols 337 ._ _______________ Appendix C: Fire and Safety Symbol FS38A Fire and Safety Symbol FS38A Fire and Safety Symbol FS39A C.

_ _______________ PDS Piping Component Data .April 2002 Fire and Safety Symbol FS60A Fire and Safety Symbol FS66A 338 .

Symbols 339 ._ _______________ Appendix C: Fire and Safety Symbol T-FS1A Fire and Safety Symbol T-FS1A Fire and Safety Symbol T-FS2B C.

_ _______________ PDS Piping Component Data .April 2002 Fire and Safety Symbol T-FS10A Fire and Safety Symbol T-FS11A 340 .

Symbols 341 ._ _______________ Appendix C: Fire and Safety Symbol T-FS13A Fire and Safety Symbol T-FS13A C.

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Page 343 343 343 344 344 344 344 345 345 346 346 347 347 348 348 348 349 349 349 349 350 350 350 350 351 351 352 352 (*): This symbol is actually for a piping commodity component. 342 . S1AC (*) S1AZ S1BZ S3AC (*) S3AZ S4AC (*) S4AZ S5AZ S7AZ S11BZ S13AZ S28AZ S28BZ S32BC (*) S32BZ S36AZ S49AC (*) S49AZ S51AC (*) S51AZ S53AC (*) S53AZ S64BC (*) S64BZ S70AC (*) S70BC (*) S78AC (*) S78AZ Piping Specialty Symbols Latest Rev. No.April 2002 C.3 Symbol No._ _______________ PDS Piping Component Data .

_ _______________ Appendix C: Piping Specialty Symbol S1AC Piping Specialty Symbol S1AC Piping Specialty Symbol S1BZ C. Symbols 343 .

_ _______________ PDS Piping Component Data .April 2002 Piping Specialty Symbol S3AZ Piping Specialty Symbol S4AC 344 .

_ _______________ Appendix C: Piping Specialty Symbol S5AZ Piping Specialty Symbol S5AZ Piping Specialty Symbol S7AZ C. Symbols 345 .

_ _______________ PDS Piping Component Data .April 2002 Piping Specialty Symbol S11BZ Piping Specialty Symbol S13AZ 346 .

Symbols 347 ._ _______________ Appendix C: Piping Specialty Symbol S28AZ Piping Specialty Symbol S28AZ Piping Specialty Symbol S28BZ C.

April 2002 Piping Specialty Symbol S32BC Piping Specialty Symbol S36AZ 348 ._ _______________ PDS Piping Component Data .

Symbols 349 ._ _______________ Appendix C: Piping Specialty Symbol S49AC Piping Specialty Symbol S49AC Piping Specialty Symbol S51AC C.

April 2002 Piping Specialty Symbol S53AC Piping Specialty Symbol S64BC 350 ._ _______________ PDS Piping Component Data .

Symbols 351 ._ _______________ Appendix C: Piping Specialty Symbol S70AC Piping Specialty Symbol S70AC Piping Specialty Symbol S70BC C.

_ _______________ PDS Piping Component Data .April 2002 Piping Specialty Symbol S78AC 352 .

Symbols 353 . No. I3AZ I5AZ I6AZ I7AZ I8AZ I11AZ I12AZ I13AZ I14AZ I15AZ I16AZ I17AZ I18AZ I20AZ I30AZ I106BZ I109BZ I118BZ I120AZ I201AZ I201BZ I201CZ I209AZ I213AZ I216AZ I219AZ I237AZ I253AZ I301AZ I324CZ I324DZ I324EZ I324FZ Instrument Specialty Symbols Latest Rev. 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Page 354 354 355 355 356 356 357 357 358 358 359 359 360 360 361 361 362 362 363 363 364 364 365 365 366 366 367 367 368 368 369 369 370 C.4 Symbol No._ _______________ Appendix C: Instrument Specialty Symbols C.

April 2002 Instrument Specialty Symbol I3AZ Instrument Specialty Symbol I5AZ 354 ._ _______________ PDS Piping Component Data .

Symbols 355 ._ _______________ Appendix C: Instrument Specialty Symbol I6AZ Instrument Specialty Symbol I6AZ Instrument Specialty Symbol I7AZ C.

April 2002 Instrument Specialty Symbol I8AZ Instrument Specialty Symbol I11AZ 356 ._ _______________ PDS Piping Component Data .

_ _______________ Appendix C: Instrument Specialty Symbol I12AZ Instrument Specialty Symbol I12AZ Instrument Specialty Symbol I13AZ C. Symbols 357 .

_ _______________ PDS Piping Component Data .April 2002 Instrument Specialty Symbol I14AZ Instrument Specialty Symbol I15AZ 358 .

_ _______________ Appendix C: Instrument Specialty Symbol I16AZ Instrument Specialty Symbol I16AZ Instrument Specialty Symbol I17AZ C. Symbols 359 .

_ _______________ PDS Piping Component Data .April 2002 Instrument Specialty Symbol I18AZ Instrument Specialty Symbol I20AZ 360 .

_ _______________ Appendix C: Instrument Specialty Symbol I30AZ Instrument Specialty Symbol I30AZ Instrument Specialty Symbol I106BZ C. Symbols 361 .

April 2002 Instrument Specialty Symbol I109BZ Instrument Specialty Symbol I118BZ 362 ._ _______________ PDS Piping Component Data .

_ _______________ Appendix C: Instrument Specialty Symbol I120AZ Instrument Specialty Symbol I120AZ Instrument Specialty Symbol I201AZ C. Symbols 363 .

April 2002 Instrument Specialty Symbol I201BZ Instrument Specialty Symbol I201CZ 364 ._ _______________ PDS Piping Component Data .

Symbols 365 ._ _______________ Appendix C: Instrument Specialty Symbol I209AZ Instrument Specialty Symbol I209AZ Instrument Specialty Symbol I213AZ C.

_ _______________ PDS Piping Component Data .April 2002 Instrument Specialty Symbol I216AZ Instrument Specialty Symbol I219AZ 366 .

_ _______________ Appendix C: Instrument Specialty Symbol I237AZ Instrument Specialty Symbol I237AZ Instrument Specialty Symbol I253AZ C. Symbols 367 .

April 2002 Instrument Specialty Symbol I301AZ Instrument Specialty Symbol I324CZ 368 ._ _______________ PDS Piping Component Data .

Symbols 369 ._ _______________ Appendix C: Instrument Specialty Symbol I324DZ Instrument Specialty Symbol I324DZ Instrument Specialty Symbol I324EZ C.

_ _______________ PDS Piping Component Data .April 2002 Instrument Specialty Symbol I324FZ 370 .

OP3 OP4 OP5 OP9 OP_251 OP_271 OP_291 OP_292 OP_311 OP_331 OP_332 OP_333 OP_334 OP_351 OP_391 OP_401 OP_411 OP_412 OP_413 OP_451 OP_452 OP_453 OP_491 OP_492 OP_493 OP_494 OP_571 OP_572 OP_573 OP_574 OP_711 OP_731 OP_811 OP_851 OP_852 OP_853 OP_854 A1003 A1005 A1251 A1331 A1332 S2003 S3003 Miscellaneous Symbols Latest Rev._ _______________ Appendix C: Miscellaneous Symbols C.5 Symbol No. 5 0 5 5 5 5 5 0 5 6 4 4 1 6 5 3 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 3 3 3 0 0 3 3 Page 372 372 373 373 374 374 375 375 376 376 377 377 378 378 379 379 380 380 381 381 382 382 383 383 384 384 385 385 386 386 387 387 388 388 389 389 390 390 391 391 392 392 393 393 C. No. Symbols 371 .

April 2002 Miscellaneous Symbol OP3 Miscellaneous Symbol OP4 372 ._ _______________ PDS Piping Component Data .

Symbols 373 ._ _______________ Appendix C: Miscellaneous Symbol OP5 Miscellaneous Symbol OP5 Miscellaneous Symbol OP9 C.

_ _______________ PDS Piping Component Data .April 2002 Miscellaneous Symbol OP_251 Miscellaneous Symbol OP_271 374 .

_ _______________ Appendix C: Miscellaneous Symbol OP_291 Miscellaneous Symbol OP_291 Miscellaneous Symbol OP_292 C. Symbols 375 .

April 2002 Miscellaneous Symbol OP_311 Miscellaneous Symbol OP_331 376 ._ _______________ PDS Piping Component Data .

_ _______________ Appendix C: Miscellaneous Symbol OP_332 Miscellaneous Symbol OP_332 Miscellaneous Symbol OP_333 C. Symbols 377 .

April 2002 Miscellaneous Symbol OP_334 Miscellaneous Symbol OP_351 378 ._ _______________ PDS Piping Component Data .

Symbols 379 ._ _______________ Appendix C: Miscellaneous Symbol OP_391 Miscellaneous Symbol OP_391 Miscellaneous Symbol OP_401 C.

April 2002 Miscellaneous Symbol OP_411 Miscellaneous Symbol OP_412 380 ._ _______________ PDS Piping Component Data .

_ _______________ Appendix C: Miscellaneous Symbol OP_413 Miscellaneous Symbol OP_413 Miscellaneous Symbol OP_451 C. Symbols 381 .

_ _______________ PDS Piping Component Data .April 2002 Miscellaneous Symbol OP_452 Miscellaneous Symbol OP_453 382 .

_ _______________ Appendix C: Miscellaneous Symbol OP_491 Miscellaneous Symbol OP_491 Miscellaneous Symbol OP_492 C. Symbols 383 .

April 2002 Miscellaneous Symbol OP_493 Miscellaneous Symbol OP_494 384 ._ _______________ PDS Piping Component Data .

Symbols 385 ._ _______________ Appendix C: Miscellaneous Symbol OP_571 Miscellaneous Symbol OP_571 Miscellaneous Symbol OP_572 C.

April 2002 Miscellaneous Symbol OP_573 Miscellaneous Symbol OP_574 386 ._ _______________ PDS Piping Component Data .

Symbols 387 ._ _______________ Appendix C: Miscellaneous Symbol OP_711 Miscellaneous Symbol OP_711 Miscellaneous Symbol OP_731 C.

_ _______________ PDS Piping Component Data .April 2002 Miscellaneous Symbol OP_811 Miscellaneous Symbol OP_851 388 .

_ _______________ Appendix C: Miscellaneous Symbol OP_852 Miscellaneous Symbol OP_852 Miscellaneous Symbol OP_853 C. Symbols 389 .

April 2002 Miscellaneous Symbol OP_854 Miscellaneous Symbol A1003 390 ._ _______________ PDS Piping Component Data .

Symbols 391 ._ _______________ Appendix C: Miscellaneous Symbol A1005 Miscellaneous Symbol A1005 Miscellaneous Symbol A1251 C.

April 2002 Miscellaneous Symbol A1331 Miscellaneous Symbol A1332 392 ._ _______________ PDS Piping Component Data .

_ _______________ Appendix C: Miscellaneous Symbol S2003 Miscellaneous Symbol S2003 Miscellaneous Symbol S3003 C. Symbols 393 .

FERR FERS CAPT CAPSE HA FA FAS MA MAR B90T B90TC B90C B45T B45TC B45C R180R R180C TT TTRB TCB TRCB TSCB TRSCB TICB TSCR XT XTRB XC TC TCR TCSB TCRSB TCI RCP RCCL RCC REP RECL REC CHA C2HD C3HD CPAN CPHB Bio-Pharmaceutical Specification Component Symbols Page 396 396 397 397 398 398 399 399 400 400 401 401 402 402 403 403 404 404 405 405 406 406 407 407 408 408 409 409 410 410 411 411 412 412 413 413 414 414 415 415 416 416 417 417 394 ._ _______________ PDS Piping Component Data .6 Symbol No.April 2002 C.

_ _______________ Appendix C: CA CSJ CHD VS2D 418 418 419 419 Bio-Pharmaceutical Specification Component Symbols C. Symbols 395 .

_ _______________ PDS Piping Component Data .April 2002 Bio-Pharm Specification Component Symbol FERR Bio-Pharm Specification Component Symbol FERS 396 .

_ _______________ Appendix C: Bio-Pharm Specification Component Symbol CAPT Bio-Pharm Specification Component Symbol CAPT Bio-Pharm Specification Component Symbol CAPSE C. Symbols 397 .

_ _______________ PDS Piping Component Data .April 2002 Bio-Pharm Specification Component Symbol HA Bio-Pharm Specification Component Symbol FA 398 .

_ _______________ Appendix C: Bio-Pharm Specification Component Symbol FAS Bio-Pharm Specification Component Symbol FAS Bio-Pharm Specification Component Symbol MA C. Symbols 399 .

April 2002 Bio-Pharm Specification Component Symbol MAR Bio-Pharm Specification Component Symbol B90T 400 ._ _______________ PDS Piping Component Data .

Symbols 401 ._ _______________ Appendix C: Bio-Pharm Specification Component Symbol B90TC Bio-Pharm Specification Component Symbol B90TC Bio-Pharm Specification Component Symbol B90C C.

_ _______________ PDS Piping Component Data .April 2002 Bio-Pharm Specification Component Symbol B45T Bio-Pharm Specification Component Symbol B45TC 402 .

Symbols 403 ._ _______________ Appendix C: Bio-Pharm Specification Component Symbol B45C Bio-Pharm Specification Component Symbol B45C Bio-Pharm Specification Component Symbol R180R C.

_ _______________ PDS Piping Component Data .April 2002 Bio-Pharm Specification Component Symbol R180C Bio-Pharm Specification Component Symbol TT 404 .

_ _______________ Appendix C: Bio-Pharm Specification Component Symbol TTRB Bio-Pharm Specification Component Symbol TTRB Bio-Pharm Specification Component Symbol TCB C. Symbols 405 .

_ _______________ PDS Piping Component Data .April 2002 Bio-Pharm Specification Component Symbol TRCB Bio-Pharm Specification Component Symbol TSCB 406 .

_ _______________ Appendix C: Bio-Pharm Specification Component Symbol TRSCB Bio-Pharm Specification Component Symbol TRSCB Bio-Pharm Specification Component Symbol TICB C. Symbols 407 .

_ _______________ PDS Piping Component Data .April 2002 Bio-Pharm Specification Component Symbol TSCR Bio-Pharm Specification Component Symbol XT 408 .

Symbols 409 ._ _______________ Appendix C: Bio-Pharm Specification Component Symbol XTRB Bio-Pharm Specification Component Symbol XTRB Bio-Pharm Specification Component Symbol XC C.

_ _______________ PDS Piping Component Data .April 2002 Bio-Pharm Specification Component Symbol TC Bio-Pharm Specification Component Symbol TCR 410 .

Symbols 411 ._ _______________ Appendix C: Bio-Pharm Specification Component Symbol TCSB Bio-Pharm Specification Component Symbol TCSB Bio-Pharm Specification Component Symbol TCRSB C.

_ _______________ PDS Piping Component Data .April 2002 Bio-Pharm Specification Component Symbol TCI Bio-Pharm Specification Component Symbol RCP 412 .

Symbols 413 ._ _______________ Appendix C: Bio-Pharm Specification Component Symbol RCCL Bio-Pharm Specification Component Symbol RCCL Bio-Pharm Specification Component Symbol RCC C.

_ _______________ PDS Piping Component Data .April 2002 Bio-Pharm Specification Component Symbol REP Bio-Pharm Specification Component Symbol RECL 414 .

Symbols 415 ._ _______________ Appendix C: Bio-Pharm Specification Component Symbol REC Bio-Pharm Specification Component Symbol REC Bio-Pharm Specification Component Symbol CHA C.

_ _______________ PDS Piping Component Data .April 2002 Bio-Pharm Specification Component Symbol C2HD Bio-Pharm Specification Component Symbol C3HD 416 .

Symbols 417 ._ _______________ Appendix C: Bio-Pharm Specification Component Symbol CPAN Bio-Pharm Specification Component Symbol CPAN Bio-Pharm Specification Component Symbol CPHB C.

_ _______________ PDS Piping Component Data .April 2002 Bio-Pharm Specification Component Symbol CA Bio-Pharm Specification Component Symbol CSJ 418 .

Symbols 419 ._ _______________ Appendix C: Bio-Pharm Specification Component Symbol CHD Bio-Pharm Specification Component Symbol CHD Bio-Pharm Specification Component Symbol VS2D C.

April 2002 C. OP_3 OP_42 Bio-Pharmaceutical Operators Page 421 421 420 .7 Symbol No._ _______________ PDS Piping Component Data .

_ _______________ Appendix C: Bio-Pharm Operator Symbol SOP_3 Bio-Pharm Operator Symbol SOP_3 Bio-Pharm Operator Symbol SOP_42 C. Symbols 421 .

April 2002 C. R180B R180S VSDTP VSDTC VSCCB VSCCBU VS3WD VS4WD Bio-Pharmaceutical Specialty Components Page 423 423 424 424 425 425 426 426 422 .8 Symbol No._ _______________ PDS Piping Component Data .

_ _______________ Appendix C: Bio-Pharm Specialty Component Symbol R180B Bio-Pharm Specialty Component Symbol R180B Bio-Pharm Specialty Component Symbol R180S C. Symbols 423 .

April 2002 Bio-Pharm Specialty Component Symbol VSDTP Bio-Pharm Specialty Component Symbol VSDTC 424 ._ _______________ PDS Piping Component Data .

Symbols 425 ._ _______________ Appendix C: Bio-Pharm Specialty Component Symbol VSCCB Bio-Pharm Specialty Component Symbol VSCCB Bio-Pharm Specialty Component Symbol VSCCBU C.

_ _______________ PDS Piping Component Data .April 2002 Bio-Pharm Specialty Component Symbol VS3WD Bio-Pharm Specialty Component Symbol VS4WD 426 .

V1 V2 V3 V4 V5 V7 V8 H1 H2 H3 H4 F1 F2 F4 F7 F8 P1 P2 P3 P4 P5 P7 P8 P9 T1 T3 T4 L1 L2 L4 L7 L8 Details Assumed Latest Rev._ _______________ Appendix C: Details Assumed C.9 Detail No. No. 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Page 428 428 429 429 430 430 431 431 432 432 433 433 434 434 435 435 436 436 437 437 438 438 439 439 440 440 441 441 442 443 444 445 C. Symbols 427 .

April 2002 Detail V1 Detail V2 428 ._ _______________ PDS Piping Component Data .

Symbols 429 ._ _______________ Appendix C: Detail V3 Detail V3 Detail V4 C.

_ _______________ PDS Piping Component Data .April 2002 Detail V5 Detail V7 430 .

Symbols 431 ._ _______________ Appendix C: Detail V8 Detail V8 Detail H1 C.

April 2002 Detail H2 Detail H3 432 ._ _______________ PDS Piping Component Data .

Symbols 433 ._ _______________ Appendix C: Detail H4 Detail H4 Detail F1 C.

_ _______________ PDS Piping Component Data .April 2002 Detail F2 Detail F4 434 .

_ _______________ Appendix C: Detail F7 Detail F7 Detail F8 C. Symbols 435 .

April 2002 Detail P1 Detail P2 436 ._ _______________ PDS Piping Component Data .

_ _______________ Appendix C: Detail P3 Detail P3 Detail P4 C. Symbols 437 .

_ _______________ PDS Piping Component Data .April 2002 Detail P5 Detail P7 438 .

_ _______________ Appendix C: Detail P8 Detail P8 Detail P9 C. Symbols 439 .

April 2002 Detail T1 Detail T 440 ._ _______________ PDS Piping Component Data .

_ _______________ Appendix C: Detail T4 Detail T4 Detail L1 C. Symbols 441 .

_ _______________ PDS Piping Component Data .April 2002 Detail L2 442 .

Symbols 443 ._ _______________ Appendix C: Detail L4 Detail L4 C.

_ _______________ PDS Piping Component Data .April 2002 Detail L7 444 .

_ _______________ Appendix C: Detail L8 Detail L8 C. Symbols 445 .

50 0. The origin of the component will be located mid-way between PCP1 and the outermost most surface of the component at the end opposite PCP1. The value for the base of each of the cones will equal the applicable of "A" or "E" times the factor indicated below: 446 . unit empty weight and unit water weight will be read from the applicable tables. 13.April 2002 C. 6. 4. alothough not by the Eden symbol. 12. 3.60 9. Simplified and detailed definitions are identical for this component. the end will be terminated at the bottom of the groove. 10. For all other bolted ends: at the actual outermost surface of the component. This parameter will have a value equal to the applicable of "A". The attribute values read will be stored in the Piping TDB. empty weight and water weight will be read from the applicable data source.55 0. 8.01 and larger Factor 0. Unit surface area. Piping and Instrument Symbol Notes Surface area. Wall thickness will be read. The attribute values read will be stored in the Piping TDB. empty weight and water weight for this component. The attribute value read will be stored in the Piping TDB. "E" or "P2" times the factor indicated below: Nominal Pipe Diameter Range 2 and smaller 2. The origin of the component will be located mid-way between PCP1 and PCP2 for two connect point components and in the center of the component for single connect point components. For all female ends: a distance "Q" from the actual outermost surface of the component. In other words._ _______________ PDS Piping Component Data . from the Piping Job Specification or Instrument TDB.01-10 10. 2. It is not required to retrieve values for surface area. 11. This will be a vertical cylinder whose nominal pipe diameter will be equal to the nominal pipe diameter of the valve. For all male ends: at the actual outermost surface of the component.10 1. The surface defining the end of a component will be drawn per the following conventions: For grooved and female face flanged ends: a distance "S" towards the origin from the actual outermost surface of the component. The combined height of these cones will equal the nominal pipe diameter of the valve.

20 0. This parameter will equal 1.01 and larger Factor 0. as follows: 447 . 17.25 0.00 2. 16.40 0.75 0.5 and smaller 0.50 Piping and Instrument Symbol Notes 14.01 and larger Factor 0.5 and smaller 0. For components all whose ends are either bolted or female end types and that require a dimension from the male termination type generic table. The reinforcement will be represented as a 360 degree cylinder concentric with the branch pipe. Symbols Nominal Pipe Diameter Range 0. The length of this cylinder will be a minimum.90 0.12 0.00 2.51-2.12 20. 18. This parameter will have a value equal to the applicable parameter "E" times the factor indicated below: Nominal Pipe Diameter Range 0. This parameter will have a value equal to the applicable parameter "L" times the factor indicated below: 21. 23. 15.01-10 10. This parameter will have a value equal to the applicable parameter "E" times the factor indicated below: Nominal Pipe Diameter Range 0. The location of PCP2 will be determined by the system so that the point in the OD of the end crosssection of the branch pipe that is furthest removed from the header centerline will be located as follows: For model codes RPAD and RWELD: on the outside surface of the header pipe.45 0. as defined by the specific model code used.2 times the value of dimension "O".51-2.20 0.5 and smaller 0. For model codes RPAD2 and RWELD2: on the inside surface of the header pipe.01 and larger Factor 0._ _______________ Appendix C: Nominal Pipe Diameter Range 2 and smaller 2.51-2. The value of this parameter will equal the nominal pipe diameter of the valve divided by 2.10 22. Values for weld length and OD will depend upon the system of units of measure used.60 19.01 and larger Factor 0. Four equally spaced concentric rings will be provided. 24. C.00 2. the system will use the table corresponding to table suffix "5".

Output D3 . This symbol applies to cubical components that have one of their axis oriented along the direction of the primary axis of the coordinate system for the component. D9 26.defines the vectorial distance from the origin of the component to PCP1 along the direction of the tertiary axis of the component. the parallelepiped defined by parameters "D8". Its sign will be positive (+) if in the direction of the secondary axis of the orientation tee or negative (-) if opposite to it. by the specified angle D14. 28. You define the dimensional or orientation parameters listed below during the design session.0625" By Others By Others Weld OD P + 0. For SN=FS2B. D9 D3. Labels may be prepared to display this value on the iso and/or in the iso materials listing. Symbol Name FS1A FS2B FS10A FS11A FS13A Tutorial Name FS1A FS2B FS10A FS11A FS13A Parameter D1 D5 D3. Parameter "P4" will define the space occupied by the valve disk in the open position. 27. Output D4 . Its sign will be positive if the vector is in the direction of the primary axis of the component and negative if it is opposite to the direction of the primary axis of the component. The tertiary axis of the component is defined as that axis which follows the direction of the thumb of the right hand when the other fingers of the right hand are curled in the direction following the path from the positive end of the primary axis of the component to the positive end of the secondary axis of the component. Output D2 . Its sign will always be positive. The values so entered will be used during model reconstruction. The origin of the component will be located at the intersection of its diagonals. together with the nozzle.defines the vectorial distance from the origin of the component to PCP1 along the direction of the secondary axis of the component.defines the vectorial distance from the origin of the component to PCP1 along the direction of the primary axis of the component. Its sign will be positive if the vector is in the direction of the secondary axis of the component and negative if it is opposite to the direction of the secondary axis of the component.0625" By Others By Others 25. D9 D3. Output D5 . It will be possible to place components to which this symbol applies either by their origin or by PCP1. Its sign will always be positive._ _______________ PDS Piping Component Data .defines the length of the component along the direction of the secondary axis of the component. following the system prompts.defines the length of the component along the direction of the primary axis of the component. 448 . Its sign will be positive if the vector is in the direction of the tertiary axis of the component and negative if it is opposite to the direction of the tertiary axis of the component. The output parameters which are specific to this symbol are defined as follows: Output D1 .April 2002 Model Code BWELD BWELD1 BWELD2 Weld Length 0. "D9" and "D10" will rotate. with due regards to sign.

Its sign will always be positive. 41. The origin of the section describing this component will be located at the intersection of the plane containing the axis of flow for the component with the planes at the ends of the component. The "moved" PCP will become PCP1 for the elbolet. the system will not draw a cylinder to represent the female end socket. as defined by the primary axis of the orientation tee of the elbow PCP. unless it is stated in Appendix B that it is to be determined by the system from data contained in the design file. Dimension "N" will be equal to the branch (RCP) outside diameter "P" plus "2K". The system will then place a temporary PCP at the intersection of the primary axis of the orientation tee with the outside of the elbow. The origin of the section describing this component will be located at the intersection of the plane containing the axis of flow for the component with the planes at the ends of the component. as follows: For bolted ends: the plane passing through the back of the bolted end. For pipe bends. depending upon the type of end being defined. regarless of the direction in which the orientation tee points. 39. The value of "N" may be positive or negative. When placement of an elbolet is involved. C. 33. The value for parameter "M" will be provided in the "Mod" column of the Piping Job Specification. 35. if applicable.defines the dimension of the component along the direction of the tertiary axis of the component. The value for angle B and/or for "angle" will be intrinsic to the component being placed. It will not be stored in any data table. Piping and Instrument Symbol Notes 34. This temporary PCP will then be moved inside the elbow by a fixed amount to ensure that the connection between the elbolet and the elbow will not "leak". the radius of the torous for this component will be the nominal pipe diameter of the component times the value included in the "Mod" column of the Piping Job Specification. 42. 36. If the value of "N" is <=0. 32. The nominal pipe diameter of PCP1 refers to the header size. the radius of the torous will be determined from the equations listed below: For bolted ends: [A . 40. as follows: For bolted ends: not applicable.5P". 37. For all other applicable components. You will first identify the PCP of the elbow that will determine the centerline direction of the elbolet. For male or female ends: the plane passing through a point located inward from the corresponding connect point "end distance" "K" or "L". The system will then place PCP2 for the elbolet using the "M" dimension from the data table. the system will always place PCP2 of the elbolet pointing away from the elbow.R] [tan Y/2] 449 ._ _______________ Appendix C: Output D6 . Symbols For male and female ends: the plane passing through the corresponding connect point. This dimension will be equal to "1.

T-API-590 . FA .is the applicable blank corrosion allowance defined in API-590. Length having a value equal to the nominal pipe diameter of the applicable end times the factor indicated below: 450 . E. Parameter "M" will equal the nominal pipe diameter times the factor indicated below: Nominal Pipe Diameter Range d 3 and smaller 3. where "P" is the outside diameter from the applicable generic table.K] [tan Y/2] where.125 inch if RFTBE is involved. The origin of the radius will be positioned at the location defined in the symbol. 47.is 0.CA-API-590 + CA + FA.April 2002 For male ends: [E . 44.7P" from the origin of the component and locate PCP2 a distance "F" from the origin._ _______________ PDS Piping Component Data . locate the end of the component in the vicinity of PCP2 a distance equal to "0. Values have been provided for parameter "O" per the following formula: T= T-API-590 . If half of "P" for PCP3 is greater than "F". E90U. 46.01-10 10. CA . 0 inch for all other ends.55 0. Parameter "K" will be no less than 0.125 inch for geometry standards API-590Z1 or AITKEN Z1.25 0. 43. R and K are as defined in the applicable symbol.25 inch and no more than the lesser of 0.25 inch for geometry standards API-590Z2 or AITKEN Z2. 50.is the applicable blank thickness defined in API-590. Dimensions "K" and "L" are required to calculate factors used in stress analysis of the piping system. 0. TUOR and TUOB. 48. 51.K] [tan Y/2] For female ends: [E . The same data table will apply regardless of the number of taps involved. rounded to the next 1/16th inch where. The number of taps will be provided in the "Mod" column of the Piping Job Specification. CA-API-590 .5 inch or 90% of dimension "O".30 45. Y refers to the angle.K] [tan Y/2] For male-female ends: [E . A. Unions are only required for model codes E45U.01 and larger Factor 1.is 0. Provide a cylinder with the following dimensions: Diameter "P".

PCP3. however. This parameter will equal the nominal pipe diameter times the factor indicated below: Nominal Pipe Diameter Range 3 and smaller 3. The number entered for this parameter must agree with the number of connect points shown pictorially in the sketch for the applicable symbol. 451 . It will be remembered by the system during reconstruction of the model. No access to a data table will be required when this representation applies. for example. This symbol will be used to represent off-line instruments by means of a cylinder.55 0. only the number of connect points entered for this parameter will apply. 64. 55. Since the EDEN software does not recognize "generic" components for piping commodity components. C.30 54. Model code S64BC does not work at all. may be used to represent piping commodity components. parameters P4 and P5 must be defined to be zero. parameter P7 must be zero._ _______________ Appendix C: Nominal Pipe Diameter Range 1 and smaller 1. Symbols Several identical model codes have been provided (I301iT or I301iS.01-3.01-10 10. For model code S51AC.50 3.00 0.25 0. If the number entered in this field is less than the number of connect points shown pictorially in the sketch for the applicable symbol.01 and larger Factor 1. Output P1 defines the total number of connect points applicable to the component. where i=A-J) to allow definition of up to 2000 instruments of the same AABBCC code. they will be defaulted to "minimum" and "6 inches" respectively. If values are not entered for P2 and P3. Output P1 defines the total number of connect points applicable to the component. will be located in the plane defined by the primary and secondary axis of the orientation tee. the following limitations apply: Model codes S1AC. Model codes and symbols ending in the letter "C". for example S1AC. 58. 56.50 Piping and Instrument Symbol Notes 53. The following comments will apply: The applicability of this representation will be defined by you. S3AC and S4AC must be defined to have no offset. making the proper menu selection at placement time.00 1. for model S1AC. 59. The drain for the component. The following note applies to operators with chainwheels: The diameter of the chainwheel will be assumed to be equal to that of the corresponding handwheel. The above limitations do not apply to piping specialty components.51 and larger Factor 2.

the primary axis of the auxiliary orientation tee will be oriented by the system in the direction of the secondary axis of the primary orientation tee (even if the operator is at an angle) and will define the direction of the operator or actuator. Note. You will then be able to orient the operator or actuator by manipulating the orientation of either the primary or the secondary axis of the auxiliary orientation tee. No auxiliary orientation tee will be available to change the orientation of the operator or actuator.0 (0. 66. All other parameters must always have positive values. 67. The secondry direction of the operator or actuator will be oriented by the system in the direction of the primary axis of the orientation tee used in placing the component. the orientation tee used in placing the component involved will be used to orient the operator or actuator.April 2002 The value for the chainwheel height (CW Height) will be determined by the software as a function of the corresponding handhweel diameter (HW Diam).000 >6. the system will automatically place the operator with the dimensions and in the orientation defined by you during initial placement. During reconstruction of the model. 71. that the orientation of an operator or actuator depends upon how both the component and the operator were defined. 68. The resulting operator orientation will be defined on the isometric drawing. 69. if you added an appurtenance. The system will record in the TDB DMRS database the value of the angular parameter defined below.33333)(HW Diam) 3. As a default.000. floor stands and extension stems will be derived from commodity codes CHAIN_*. Those parameters shown on the sketch with a + sign may be either positive or negative. as follows: HW Diam =<6. This angle will be used by the Isogen Interface Software to define the primary orientation of the operator on the iso._ _______________ PDS Piping Component Data . Note. For components that have operators or actuators.07143)(HW Diam) 65. For components that have operators or actuators. the secondary axis of the orientation tee used in placing the component will define the direction of the operator. FSTAND_* and XSTEM_*. As a default. Commodity descriptions for chain operators. The value of this parameter will equal the nominal pipe diameter of the valve.000 >42. The primary direction of the operator or actuator will be oriented by the system in the direction of the secondary axis of the orientation tee used in placing the component.000 CW Height (0. 72. such secondary orientation tee will apply and will behave as defined in note 71. that the orientation of an operator or actuator depends upon how both the component and the operator were defined. however. Upon placement of the component. Refer to documents explaining the generation of isometric drawings and materials reports for details. If either of them was defined to have the operator oriented with a secondary orientation tee (see note 71). the secondary axis of the auxiliary orientation tee will point in the direction of the primary axis of the primary orientation tee. If either of them was defined to have the operator oriented with a secondary orientation tee. For piping components. this is also remembered by the reconstruction software. such secondary orientation tee will apply and will behave as defined in note 71. 452 . the system will place an auxiliary orientation tee at the origin of the component to allow the orientation of the operator or actuator. however. The resulting operator orientation will be defined on the isometric drawing. =<42.

upon prompting by the system. Symbol Name OP_291 OP_292 OP_311 OP_331 OP_332 OP_333 OP_334 OP_351 Parameter Y10 Y13 Y10 Y11 Y13 Y12 Y12 Y12 75. and the height of the gear operator. Labels may be prepared to display this value on the iso and/or in the iso materials listing. the EDEN symbol will assume that no stem extension applies. 81. Never define such parameter as "-". The weight of the component itself. "Y2" and "Y3". will still be defined as part of the component’s table. The operator data will be retrieved as part of the data transfer to the pipe stress analysis program taking into full consideration the orientation and rotation made of the operator at placement time. for stress analysis purposes. The optional capability will be provided to define. from catalog dimensions. The values so entered will be used during model reconstruction. The angle that the secondary axis of the auxiliary orientation tee makes in its final position with its default position is required for the purchase of the valve and must be supplied by the system to the materials control function. Symbol Name OP_333 OP_334 OP_401 Tutorial Name ZO333D ZO334D ZO401D Parameter(s) Y11 Y11 Y6 77. The values of "Y2" and "Y3" will always be "-" in the corresponding operator data table. The location of the center of gravity is defined by parameters "Y1". define the parameter identified below as "0. the center of gravity of the valve operator will always be located along the operator stem. the weight of the operator and the location of the center of gravity of the operator weight. For data tables that are prepared without this parameter. 453 . For this operator. C.0". Symbols 76. 78. The dimensional or orientation parameters listed below will be defined by you from the design session. exclusive of the operator. The dimensions for gear operators shown on data tables were obtained in the following manner: from the fully open valve stem dimension stated in the catalog we subtracted the valve nominal pipe diameter to account for the stem free travel. We then added the flange adaptor height._ _______________ Appendix C: Symbol Name OP5 OP_311 OP_351 OP_412 OP_492 OP_572 OP_574 OP_852 OP_854 Parameter Y3 Y4 Y4 Y5 Y5 Y5 Y5 Y5 Y5 Piping and Instrument Symbol Notes 74. as advised by the Manufacturer. If there is no stem extension above the top of the gear operator.

Symbol Name OP_331 OP_332 OP_333 OP_334 OP_351 Tutorial Name ZO331O ZO331O ZO331O ZO331O ZO331O 92. 454 . The weight of the component itself.April 2002 83. will still be defined as part of the component’s table. The actuator data will be retrieved as part of the data transfer to the pipe stress analysis program taking into full consideration the orientation and rotation made of the actuator at placement time. The optional capability will be provided to define. the tutorial listed below will be displayed for you to select the orientation of the handwheel. For this actuator. Parameter "Y1" will be the operator type and will be only listed in the applicable actuator data table. During placement of this operator. "Y3" and "Y4". 94. the center of gravity of the valve actuator will always be located along the actuator stem. the weight of the actuatior and the location of the center of gravity of the actuator weight. 93._ _______________ PDS Piping Component Data . The values of "Y3" and "Y4" will always be "-" in the corresponding actuator data table. exclusive of the actuator. for stress analysis purposes. The location of the center of gravity is defined by parameters "Y2".

as defined by codelist set CL330. an error message will be returned by the system when use of this assembly is attempted. The vent/drain valve will be bolted directly to the flange of the branch. The flange that mates the vent/drain valve will be chosen to have a RCP with end preparation to suit that of the assembly end of the branch component (421 or 441) and will be connected directly to the assembly end of the branch nipple. Assembly Notes For a vent/drain connection off a pipe run. This may require defining a nozzle in an item of equipment or placing a tap on a piping component. you must select the proper component to which the vent drain assembly will be connected. The characteristics of this branch nipple and of the flange mating the vent/drain valve. The vent/drain valve will be bolted directly to the flange of the branch. — If the end preparation of the CP of the branch component that applies to the assembly is 301. a piping component or an instrument component. If end preparation 441 is involved.11 1. 2. as defined by codelist set CL330. as defined by codelist set CL330. the system will place the appropriate branch reinforcement component on the basis of data in the applicable branch reinforcemnt table. — If the end preparation of the CP of the branch component that applies to the assembly is 421 or 441. as defined by codelist set CL330. no branch nipple nor vent/drain valve mating flange will be required. Symbols 455 . no branch nipple nor vent/drain valve mating flange will be required. the following will apply: If the pipe run is not insulated. — If the end preparation of the CP of the branch component that applies to the assembly is other than defined above. a 4 inch long branch nipple will be required. For a vent/drain connection off an equipment item. applicable AABBCC and option codes for the branch nipple will be 6Q3C88 and 728 respectively. the following applies: — If the end preparation of the CP of the branch component that applies to the assembly is in the range from 10 through 81._ _______________ Appendix C: Assembly Notes C. If the pipe run is insulated. will be as follows: If the CP of the vent/drain valve which is nearest the pipe run has an end preparation type in the range from 10 through 81. If end preparation 421 is involved. — If the end preparation of the CP of the branch component that applies to the assembly is 301. no branch nipple will be required. as defined by codelist set CL330. if applicable. 421 or 441. a branch nipple will be provided with nominal length defined by the following equation: C. the following applies: — If the end preparation of the CP of the branch component that applies to the assembly is in the range from 10 through 81. applicable AABBCC and option codes for the branch nipple will be 6Q3C88 and 727 respectively. as defined by codelist set CL330. The flange that mates the vent/drain valve will be chosen to have a RCP with end preparation 301 and will be connected directly to the assembly end of the branch component.

B . If end preparation 441 is involved. as defined by codelist set CL330. The flange that mates the vent/drain valve will be chosen by the system to have a RCP with end preparation to suit that of the assembly end of the branch component (301. The nominal length of the branch nipple determined from the above equation will be rounded to the next full inch length but will be no less than 4 inches long.is the distance from the back of the flange to CP2 in the flange. If end preparation 421 is involved.is the nominal length required for the branch nipple 1 .is half the outside pipe diameter as derived from table MAL_Term_TS for the pipe run. applicable AABBCC and option codes for the branch nipple will be 6Q3C88 and 728 respectively. B . derived from the applicable branch component dimension table. The branch nipple length will be 1 inch longer than the insulation thickness of the pipe run rounded to the next full inch length but no less than 4 inches long. 421 or 441) and will be connected to the branch nipple. If end preparation 421 is involved.N where. T .STUD_Term_Rat_TS.is the insulation thickness of the pipe run as derived from the TDB W_i . L . The end preparations of the branch nipple will be chosen by the system to suit the end preparation types of the branch component and of the vent/drain valve. a branch nipple will be required.STUD_Rat_TS. an error message will be returned by the system when use of this assembly is attempted. If the CP of the vent/drain valve which is nearest the pipe run has end preparation type of either 421 or 441. applicable AABBCC and option codes for the branch nipple will be 6Q3C88 and 728 456 .is the nut allowance as derived from the applicable of the tables described below . N .is one inch P/2 . — OR — . as defined in table MC_GS_Term(G)_Rat(G)_Term(R)_Rat(R)_A that applies to the vent/drain valve. — If the end preparation of the CP of the branch component that applies to the assembly is other than defined above.April 2002 L= 1 + P/2 + T + W_i . if the RDB option that involves CP termination for bolt length calculations is not active. applicable AABBCC and option codes for the branch nipple will be PIPING and 1 respectively._ _______________ PDS Piping Component Data . if the RDB option that involves CP termination for bolt length calculations is active that applies to the bolts used by the vent/drain valve.is the offset of assembly end of the branch component from the centerline of the pipe run. If end preparation 301 is involved. The end preparation(s) of the branch nipple will be chosen by the system to suit the end preparation types of the branch component. applicable AABBCC and option codes for the branch nipple will be 6Q3C88 and 727 respectively.

an error message will be returned by the system when use of this assembly is attempted. an error message will be returned by the system when use of this assembly is attempted. No flange will be required to mate the vent/drain valve. as defined by codelist set CL330. applicable AABBCC and option codes for the branch nipple will be 6Q3C88 and 727 respectively. If the mating CPs of the valves in the vent/drain assembly have an end preparation other than 421. Assembly Notes 4. C. If any of the CPs of the valve in the vent/drain assembly have an end preparation other than 401 or if the pipe is insulated beyond 4 inches thickness. If the CP of the vent/drain valve which is nearest the pipe run has end preparation type other than in the range from 10-81 or of either 421 or 441. 3. an error message will be returned by the system when use of this assembly is attempted. If end preparation 441 is involved. Symbols 457 ._ _______________ Appendix C: respectively.

April 2002 458 ._ _______________ PDS Piping Component Data .

The first letter of the commodity code identifies the basic type of component. such as a valve or flange.1 Commodity Code Matrix The commodity code matrix used to develop the commodity codes in the piping materials classes is shown below. The first character designations are: B C D E F G H I J L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Flanged and Miscellaneous Fittings Completing Materials Fire and Safety Components Steam Specialties Flanges Flanged Specialties Strainers Instrument Specialties Pipe Supports Labor codes Miscellaneous Wetted Components Miscellaneous Non-Wetted Components Tubing and Hose Pipe Socket End Fittings Tubing Fittings Socketwelded Fittings Threaded Fittings Underground Fittings Valves Welded Fittings Gaskets Bolting D._ _______________ Appendix D: Commodity Code Descriptions Appendix D Commodity Code Descriptions D. The remaining characters provide a detailed description of the component. Commodity Codes 459 .

clamp & bolts’ ’Grayloc orifice assembly . w/bolts Grayloc blind hub Grayloc blind hub. w/FTE outlet Weld sleeve Flanged cross Flanged Y Flanged 45 deg lateral Hub Hub & flanged Coupling/connector Clamp Cap Flexible coupling Nipple/connector LONG DESCRIPTION ’Ball joint straight thru’ ’Ball joint 90 deg elbow’ ’Ball joint double 90 deg elbow’ ’Elbow female x female’ ’45 deg elbow female x female’ ’Tee female x female x female’ ’45 deg lateral female x female x female’ ’Elbow male x male’ ’Plug male’ ’45 deg elbow male x male’ ’Tee male x male x male’ ’45 deg lateral male x male x male’ ’Reducer male x female’ ’Tee male x male x female’ ’45 deg lateral male x male x female’ ’Grayloc assembly . w/gasket’ ’Outlet coupling. ring.April 2002 Flanged and Miscellaneous Fittings ! ! ! 0 1 2 1 2345678901234567890 SHORT DESCRIPTION FIRST LETTER: B . w/bolts & nuts’ ’Cap’ ’Flexible coupling’ ’Nipple/connector’ 0 1 2 1 2345678901234567890 B A B B B C B D SHORT DESCRIPTION CL150 CL300 CL400 CL600 ’CL150’ ’CL300’ ’CL400’ ’CL600’ LONG DESCRIPTION 460 . ring. w/gasket & MTE outlet Reducing tee. w/gasket & male THD outlet’ ’Reducing tee. w/female THD outlet’ ’External weld sleeve’ ’Flanged cross’ ’Flanged true Y’ ’Flanged 45 deg lateral’ ’Hub’ ’Hub & flanged’ ’Coupling/connector’ ’Clamp. w/ MTE outlet Red tee. w/SW tap’ ’Grayloc hub’ ’Grayloc seal ring’ ’Grayloc blind seal ring’ ’Grayloc bolt set’ ’Flanged union’ ’Flanged 90 deg long radius elbow’ ’Flanged 90 deg reducing elbow’ ’Flanged 45 deg elbow’ ’Flanged concentric reducer’ ’Flanged eccentric reducer’ ’Flanged tee’ ’Flanged reducing tee’ ’Flanged return bend’ ’Flanged adapter’ ’Threaded adapter’ ’Long radius elbow’ ’45 deg long radius elbow’ ’Tee’ ’Elbow’ ’45 deg elbow’ ’Concentric reducer’ ’Reducing tee’ ’Eccentric reducer’ ’Victaulic cap’ ’Reducer threaded small end’ ’Coupling. clamp & bolts’ ’Grayloc clamp.hubs. w/gasket & female THD outlet’ ’Outlet coupling. w/male THD outlet’ ’Reducing tee. w/gasket & FTE outlet Coupling. w/gasket Coupling._ _______________ PDS Piping Component Data . w/tap Grayloc hub Grayloc seal ring Grayloc blind seal ring Grayloc bolt set Flanged union Flanged elbow Flanged reducing elbow Flanged 45 deg elbow Flanged concentric reducer Flanged eccentric reducer Flanged tee Flanged reducing tee Flanged return bend Flanged adapter THD adapter LR elbow 45 deg LR elbow Tee Elbow 45 deg elbow Concentric reducer Reducing tee Eccentric reducer Victaulic cap Reducer FTSE Coupling.hubs.MISCELLANEOUS FITTINGS B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B ! ! BA BB BC DA DD DT DY EA EC ED ET EY FR FT FY GA GB GC GD GE GF GG GH GY HA LA LB LC RA RB TA TB UA VA VB VC VD VE VF VG VH VI VJ VK VL VM VN VO VP VQ WS XA YA YB ZA ZB ZC ZD ZE ZF ZN Ball joint straight thru Ball joint 90 deg elbow Ball joint double 90 deg ell Elbow female x female 45 deg elbow female x female Tee female x female x female 45 deg lateral female x female x female Elbow male x male Plug male 45 deg elbow male x male Tee male x male x male 45 deg lateral male x male x male Reducer male x female Tee male x male x female 45 deg lateral male x male x female Grayloc assembly Grayloc orifice assembly Grayloc clamp. w/bolt set’ ’Grayloc blind hub’ ’Grayloc blind hub.

CF8C’ ’ASTM-A266 Cl.WPB.5’ ’’ ’ASTM-A234 Gr.C12’ ’ASTM-A182 Gr.70. Commodity Codes 0 1 2 1 2345678901234567890 B IAA B IAB B IIA SHORT DESCRIPTION ASTM-A351-CF8M ASTM-A351-CF8C ASTM-A266-3 LONG DESCRIPTION ’ASTM-A351 Gr.F5’ ’ASTM-A182 Gr.F22’ ’ASTM-A182 Gr.C5’ ’ASTM-A217 Gr.WCB’ ’ASTM-A216 Gr.1 B16.F11’ ’ASTM-A182 Gr.B.3’ 461 . Barco BB-41020-??-21’ ’AISI-4140’ ’ASTM-A53 Gr. Victaulic’ ’ASTM-A234 Gr.WCB. galvanized.F9’ Flanged and Miscellaneous Fittings FFFE RFFE RFFE 125 Ra finish RFFE 125-500 Ra finish RFFE 63-250 Ra finish RFFE 63-125 Ra finish RFFE 125-250 Ra finish RJFE flange x socket flange x socket x socket flange x socket x flange flange x flange x socket socket x socket x flange bell & spigot SWE THD MJE grooved welded S-40 S-80 S-XS S-160 thk per B16. Victaulic’ ’ASTM-A181 Cl. galv ASTM-A217-C5 ASTM-A217-C12 ASTM-A182-F1 ASTM-A182-F12 ASTM-A182-F11 ASTM-A182-F22 ASTM-A182-F5 ASTM-A182-F9 D.1’ ’ANSI-B16.70’ ’ASTM-A181 Cl.CF8M’ ’ASTM-A351 Gr.F1’ ’ASTM-A182 Gr. galv carbon steel ASTM-A105 ASTM-A234-WPB ASTM-A234-WPB ASTM-A181-70 ASTM-A181-70 AISI-4140 ASTM-A53-B. galvanized’ ’carbon steel’ ’ASTM-A105’ ’ASTM-A234 Gr. galvanized’ ’ASTM-A217 Gr.WPB.F12’ ’ASTM-A182 Gr.5 S-XXS S-100 S-120 S-140 S-LW S-20 S-30 S-STD thk per reqn B16.5’ ’XX-strong’ ’Sch 100’ ’Sch 120’ ’Sch 140’ ’light-weight’ ’Sch 20’ ’Sch 30’ ’standard-weight’ ’thk per specification ??’ ’’ ’ANSI-B16._ _______________ Appendix D: B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B ! ! E F G K L M N O R S Z A B D F G H I J L M N O P R S T U V W Z B C D E F G H I J L M N S X Z A E Z AAA AAB AAC AAE AAF AAG AAH AAN AAO AAZ ABC EAB EAC EEE FFB FFC FFF FFH FFL CL900 CL1500 CL2500 CL25 CL125 CL250 CL800 CL175 std conn shrouded bore connection ’CL900’ ’CL1500’ ’CL2500’ ’CL25’ ’CL125’ ’CL250’ ’CL800’ ’CL175’ ’standard connection’ ’shrouded bore connection’ ’’ ’flat face flanged ends’ ’raised face flanged ends’ ’raised face flanged ends 125 Ra finish’ ’raised face flanged ends 125-500 Ra finish’ ’raised face flanged ends 63-250 Ra finish’ ’raised face flanged ends 63-125 Ra finish’ ’raised face flanged ends 125-250 Ra finish’ ’ring joint flanged ends’ ’FF flange x socket’ ’FF flange x socket x socket’ ’FF flange x socket x FF flange’ ’FF flange x FF flange x socket’ ’socket x socket x FF flange’ ’bell & spigot’ ’socketwelded end’ ’threaded end’ ’mechanical joint end’ ’grooved’ ’welded’ ’’ ’Sch 40’ ’Sch 80’ ’X-strong’ ’Sch 160’ ’thk per ANSI-B16.WPB’ ’ASTM-A216 Gr.5 ASTM-A234-WPB ASTM-A216-WCB ASTM-A216-WCB.

14" & larger’ 462 . galvanized’ ’ASTM-A395. galv ASTM-A47. Victaulic’ ’ASTM-A536 Gr.F316L’ ’17-4 PH SS. galvanized. galv ASTM-A126-B.65-45-12/EPDM.65-45-12. 12" & smaller’ ’ASTM-A126 Cl.A.A.65-45-12. Victaulic’ ’ASTM-A536 Gr.65-45-12/Buna N.F347H’ ’ASTM-A182 Gr. w/graphite 347 SS.65-45-12/Buna N. epoxy lined’ ’ASTM-A536 Gr.F316’ ’ASTM-A182 Gr.B.WPBW.April 2002 B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B IIF IIG IIK IIL IIM IIN UAA WXW WXX ZAC ZAD ZAE ZAF ZAG ZAH ZDE ZDF ZDG ZDM ZDN ZDO ASTM-A182-F316 ASTM-A182-F316L 17-4PH SS. w/graphite coating ASTM-A182-F347H ASTM-A182-F347 ASTM-D2996-RTRP ASTM-A234-WPBW ASTM-A234-WPB ASTM-A536-65-45-12 ASTM-A536-65-45-12/EPDM ASTM-A536-65-45-12/Buna N ASTM-A536-65-45-12 ASTM-A536-65-45-12/EPDM ASTM-A536-65-45-12/Buna N ASTM-A126-A. epoxy lined’ ’ASTM-A234 Gr.WPB. Victaulic’ ’ASTM-A536 Gr. galv ASTM-A395 ASTM-A126-A ASTM-A126-B ’ASTM-A182 Gr. nodular iron’ ’ASTM-A126 Cl. galvanized’ ’ASTM-A126 Cl. Victaulic’ ’ASTM-A536 Gr.65-45-12/EPDM. w/graphite’ ’347 SS. Victaulic’ ’ASTM-A126 Cl. galvanized’ ’ASTM-A47.B.F347’ ’ASTM-D2996-RTRP-11FE’ ’ASTM-A234 Gr. galvanized._ _______________ PDS Piping Component Data . galvanized. Victaulic’ ’ASTM-A536 Gr. w/graphite coating’ ’ASTM-A182 Gr.

T-3’ ’Thermon Snap Trace. Extruded’ ’’ Purple Primer heavy duty PVC cement heavy duty CPVC cement galv steel Thermon Channel Trace Thermon Snap Trace Thermon Snap Trace D._ _______________ Appendix D: Completing Materials Completing Materials ! ! ! 0 1 2 1 2345678901234567890 SHORT DESCRIPTION FIRST LETTER: C . Commodity Codes 463 .COMPLETING MATERIALS (PDS WILL NOT USE) C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C AC AD AE CA CB CH HT ID ST AAAB AAAE DAAB DCCC TAAA TAAB TAAC ZZZZ AAE AAF AAG GAA TAA TAB TAC ZZZ Hi-temp end sealant Primer Solvent cement Protector Tape Channel trace Heat transfer cement Identification tag Snap trace Chemtrol Koch Markad Service Co Dekoron Thermon Thermon TFK-4 Thermon T-80 LONG DESCRIPTION ’High temperature end sealant’ ’Primer’ ’Solvent cement’ ’Protector’ ’Tape’ ’Channel trace’ ’Heat transfer cement’ ’Identification tag’ ’Snap trace’ ’Chemtrol’ ’Koch’ ’Markad Service Co.’ ’Dekoron’ ’Thermon’ ’Thermon TFK-4’ ’Thermon T-80’ ’’ ’Purple Primer’ ’heavy duty PVC solvent cement’ ’heavy duty CPVC solvent cement’ ’galvanized steel’ ’Thermon Channel Trace. Gr. Gr.T-63’ ’Thermon Snap Trace.

_ _______________ PDS Piping Component Data . filled cone type w/rupture disk’ ’CL125’ ’CL150’ ’CL175’ ’300#’ ’rating ??’ ’’ ’flat face flanged ends’ ’flat face flanged end x male thread end’ ’male thread ends’ ’female thread ends’ ’’ ’carbon steel’ ’stainless steel’ ’Type 304 SS’ ’brass’ ’ductile iron’ ’cast iron’ ’matl ??’ ’’ ’Stang Model BB0309-21’ ’Stang’ ’American Darling B-50-B’ ’Wirt & Knox V-7’ ’Grinnell Fire Protection.FIRE & SAFETY COMPONENTS D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D AA AC BA CA CB DA A B C G X Z A B C D Z A I J S V W X Z AA AB BA CA DA EA AA AB BA BB BC BD BE BF DA DB @@Monitor. Mulsifyre Projector S1’ ’Powhatan 30-333’ @@FFFE FFFE/FTE @@MTE @@FTE carbon steel stainless steel @@304 SS brass ductile iron cast iron @@matl per reqn @@Stang BB0309-21 @@Stang @@American Darling B-50-B Wirt & Knox V-7 @@Grinnell Mulsifyre Projector S1 @@Powhatan 30-333 @@ @@ccw open free standing. left hand w/hose & fog nozzle’ 464 . [427] w/fog nozzle supported. [427] w/shaper tip nozzle’ @@free standing w/shaper tip nozzle ’free standing w/shaper tip nozzle’ @@free standing w/fog nozzle ’free standing w/fog nozzle’ @@wall mount. rt hand w/hose & fog nozzle ’wall mounted. [427] w/two reaction supports. elevated type’ ’Fire hydrant. w/fog nozzle’ ’supported. [427] w/two reaction supports. w/shaper tip nozzle’ @@supported. [427] w/fog nozzle’ ’free standing. [427] w/fog nozzle @@free standing.April 2002 Fire and Safety Components ! ! ! 0 1 2 1 2345678901234567890 SHORT DESCRIPTION FIRST LETTER: D . station type @@Monitor. dry barrel type’ ’Hose reel w/valve’ ’Hose rack w/valve’ ’Spray sprinkler. [427] w/shaper tip nozzle ’’ ’counterclockwise open’ ’free standing. left hand w/hose & fog nozzle ’wall mounted. elevated type @@Fire hydrant Hose reel w/valve @@Hose rack w/valve @Spray sprinkler filld cone w/rupture disk @@CL125 @@CL150 CL175 @@300# @rating per reqn LONG DESCRIPTION ’Monitor. right hand w/hose & fog nozzle’ @wall mount. [427] w/shaper tip nozzle ’supported. station type’ ’Monitor.

w/integral strainer’ ’Thermostatic steam trap. 125 Ra finish’ ’raised face flanged ends. 125-500 Ra finish’ ’raised face flanged ends. RFFE._ _______________ Appendix D: Steam Specialties Steam Specialties ! ! ! 0 1 2 1 2345678901234567890 SHORT DESCRIPTION FIRST LETTER: E . RFFE.STEAM SPECIALTIES E E E E E E E E E E E E E E E E E E E E E E E E E E E E E E E E E E E E E E E E E E E E E E E E E E E E E E E E E E E E E ! ! AB AD AF AG AI AM AO AS BA CB CD CF CM CS ZZ A B C D E F G L M O R S T Z A B D F G H J S T Z AA AB AC AD AE AF AG AH AI AJ AK AL AM AN AO AP AQ AR BA TA TE TF Bellows steam trap Thermodynamic steam trap Ball float steam trap Ball float liq drn Inv bucket steam trap Bimetallic steam trap Open bucket steam trap Thermostatic steam trap Exhaust head Bellows steam trap Thermodynamic steam trap Ball float steam trap Bimetallic steam trap Thermostatic steam trap LONG DESCRIPTION ’Bellows steam trap’ ’Thermodynamic steam trap’ ’Ball float steam trap’ ’Ball float liquid drainer’ ’Inverted bucket steam trap’ ’Bimetallic steam trap’ ’Open bucket steam trap’ ’Thermostatic steam trap’ ’Exhaust head’ ’Bellows steam trap. RFFE. w/integral strainer’ ’Ball float steam trap. w/integral strainer’ ’’ ’CL150’ ’CL300’ ’CL400’ ’CL600’ ’CL900’ ’CL1500’ ’CL2500’ ’CL125’ ’CL250’ ’CL175’ ’CL25’ ’CL50’ ’CL75’ ’’ ’flat face flanged ends’ ’raised face flanged endss’ ’raised face flanged ends. w/integral strainer’ ’Bimetallic steam trap. w/integral strainer’ ’Thermodynamic steam trap. RJFE SWE THD 125 Ra finish 125-500 Ra finish 63-250 Ra finish 63-125 Ra finish 1/16" orifice 5/64" orifice 3/32" orifice 7/64" orifice 1/8" orifice 9/64" orifice 5/32" orifice 3/16" orifice 7/32" orifice 1/4" orifice 9/32" orifice 5/16" orifice 11/32" orifice 3/8" orifice 7/16" orifice 1/2" orifice 5/8" orifice 3/4" orifice No 38 orifice 274 degF 378 degF 147 degC D. 63-125 Ra finish’ ’ring joint flanged ends’ ’socketwelded ends’ ’threaded ends’ ’’ ’1/16" orifice’ ’5/64" orifice’ ’3/32" orifice’ ’7/64" orifice’ ’1/8" orifice’ ’9/64" orifice’ ’5/32" orifice’ ’3/16" orifice’ ’7/32" orifice’ ’1/4" orifice’ ’9/32" orifice’ ’5/16" orifice’ ’11/32" orifice’ ’3/8" orifice’ ’7/16" orifice’ ’1/2" orifice’ ’5/8" orifice’ ’3/4" orifice’ ’No 38 orifice’ ’274 degF’ ’378 degF’ ’147 degC’ CL150 CL300 CL400 CL600 CL900 CL1500 CL2500 CL125 CL250 CL175 CL25 CL50 CL75 FFFE RFFE RFFE. 63-250 Ra finish’ ’raised face flanged ends. Commodity Codes 0 1 2 1 2345678901234567890 E TG SHORT DESCRIPTION 184 degC ’184 degC’ LONG DESCRIPTION 465 .

Armstrong 5155FG’ ’SS.5Mo.5Mo. Yarway C-500 ASTM-A182-F22. 2. Armstrong 71-315’ ’ASTM-A105. Spriax Sarco SM 21 ASTM-A105. cast iron. Crane Swartwout’ ’ASTM-A278 Cl.25Cr-0.5Mo. cast iron. ITT Hoffman TB-6W ASTM-A105.F11. Crane Swartwout ASTM-A278-30. ITT Hoffman CUH3-TB’ ’ASTM-A182 Gr.WCB.F11. Spirax Sarco SM652’ ’ASTM-A105.April 2002 E E E E E E E E E E E E E E E E E E E E E E E E E E E E E E TH TI ZZ AAD AAE AAF AAG AAH AAI AAJ AAK AAL BAA EAV EAW FAA FAB FAC FAT FAV FAW GAA GAB IAA IAB IAC IAD ZPA ZPB ZPC 236 degC 259 degC ’236 degC’ ’259 degC’ ’’ ’ASTM-A105. 1. ITT Hoffman CUH4-TB ASTM-A182-F11.25Cr-0.25Cr-0. Armstrong 310FW’ ’ASTM-A105.F22. Spirax Sarco SM652 ASTM-A105. Armstrong TT-2000’ ’SS. Spirax Sarco PB 43/2 ASTM-A105. Armstrong 5155FG SS._ _______________ PDS Piping Component Data . ITT Hoffman CUH4-TB’ ’ASTM-A182 Gr. Armstrong 981 ASTM-A182-F11. 1. Armstrong 411G-FW ASTM-A216-WCB.25Cr-0. Yarway 740’ ’ASTM-A182 Gr. Yarway 515’ ’ASTM-A182 Gr. Armstrong 411F’ ’ASTM-A105. Armstrong 310FW ASTM-A105. Clark 60F ASTM-A126-A. Wright-Austin 40EF SS.30. 1. Armstrong J Ser LD Model 466 .F11. Armstrong 2010. Armstrong 411F ASTM-A105.WC9.F11. Armstrong 2011 ASTM-A240-304L. Armstrong 411G-FW’ ’ASTM-A216 Gr. ITT Hoffman CUH3-TB ASTM-A182-F11. Yarway 720’ ’ASTM-A182 Gr. Yarway 740 ASTM-A182-F11. ITT Hoffman TB-6W’ ’ASTM-A105. Yarway C-500’ ’ASTM-A182 Gr.30. Armstrong J Series LD Model’ ASTM-A105.F11.5Mo. ITT Hoffman CH1-TB’ ’ASTM-A182 Gr. Armstrong 2010 ASTM-A278-30. Armstrong 2011.25Cr-0. Wright-Austin 40EF’ ’SS. ITT Hoffman CFH-TB’ ’ASTM-A105. Armstrong TT-2000 SS.25Cr-0. ITT Hoffman CH1-TB ASTM-A182-F11.5Mo.F11. ITT Hoffman CFH-TB ASTM-A105.F11.25Cr-1Mo.5Mo.25Cr-1Mo. Yarway 515 ASTM-A182-F11.A.5Mo. w/CS connector’ ’ASTM-A240 Type 304L. Spirax Sarco PB 43/2’ ’ASTM-A105.5Mo. Yarway 720 ASTM-A182-F11.F11.25Cr-0. Yarway 710’ ’ASTM-A217 Gr. 1. Yarway 720 ASME-SA182-F11. cast iron. Armstrong 981’ ’ASTM-A182 Gr. 1. Spriax Sarco SM 21’ ’ASTM-A105. 2. Clark 60F’ ’ASTM-A126 Cl. Yarway 710 ASTM-A217-WC9.25Cr-0. 1. 1. 1. w/CS connector’ ’ASTM-A278 Cl. Yarway 720’ ’ASME-SA182 Gr. Armstrong 71-315 ASTM-A105.

36 CL900. WN @@Blind flange @@Flange.5" SWE tap’ ’ANSI-B16. lap joint @@Orifice flange.5 CL1500’ ’ANSI-B16. Commodity Codes 0 1 2 1 2345678901234567890 F PQ SHORT DESCRIPTION @@ANSI-B16.5" SWE tap’ ’ANSI-B16.5 CL150’ ’ANSI-B16.5" SWE tap’ ’ANSI-B16.36 CL400 ANSI-B16.36 CL1500’ ’ANSI-B16. socketwelded’ ’Flange.36 CL2500’ ’ANSI-B16.75" SWE tap’ ’ANSI-B16. lap joint’ ’Orifice flange.1 CL800’ ’ANSI-B16.36 CL300’ ’ANSI-B16.36 CL900 ANSI-B16.5 CL400’ ’ANSI-B16. 0. 0.36 CL600.5" SWE tap ANSI-B16.36 CL300 ANSI-B16.36 CL150’ ’ANSI-B16.36 CL900._ _______________ Appendix D: Flanges Flanges ! ! ! 0 1 2 1 2345678901234567890 FIRST LETTER: F .5 CL900’ ’ANSI-B16.75" SWE tap’ ’ANSI-B16.5 CL300 ANSI-B16. THD @@Flange. 0. 0. 0. threaded’ ’Slip-on orifice flange’ ’Long weld neck flange’ ’Solder joint flange per ANSI-B16.5" SWE tap’ ’ANSI-B16.75" SWE tap ’Flange. SW @@Flange.36 CL300.36 CL1500 ANSI-B16.36 CL400’ ’ANSI-B16.36 CL600.5 CL400 @@ANSI-B16.5 CL2500’ ’rating ??’ ’API-605 CL150’ ’API-605 CL300’ ’API-605 CL400’ ’API-605 CL600’ ’API-605 CL900’ ’API-605 CL75’ ’API-6A CL2000’ ’API-6A CL3000’ ’API-6A CL5000’ ’API-6A CL10000’ ’API-6A CL15000’ ’API-6A CL20000’ ’MSS-SP-44 CL150’ ’MSS-SP-44 CL300’ ’MSS-SP-44 CL600’ ’MSS-SP-44 CL900’ ’ANSI-B16.5 CL600 @@ANSI-B16.5" SWE tap’ ’ANSI-B16.5" SWE tap ANSI-B16.FLANGES F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F ! ! A B C D E F G H I J L M N R S T U V AA AB AC AD AE AF AG AX BA BB BC BD BE BH BO BP BQ BR BS BT CA CB CD CE DA DB DC DD OA OB OC OD OE OF OG PB PC PD PE PF PG PM PN PO PP SHORT DESCRIPTION LONG DESCRIPTION @@Flange.36 CL400 0.1 CL25’ ’ANSI-B16.1 CL800 ANSI-B16.1 CL125 ANSI-B16. 0.5" SWE tap ANSI-B16.5" SWE tap’ ’ANSI-B16. slip-on’ ’Flange.36 CL150 ANSI-B16.36 CL600.5 CL2500 rating per reqn @@API-605 CL150 @@API-605 CL300 API-605 CL400 API-605 CL600 API-605 CL900 API-605 CL75 API-6A CL2000 API-6A CL3000 API-6A CL5000 API-6A CL10000 API-6A CL15000 API-6A CL20000 @@MSS-SP-44 CL150 @@MSS-SP-44 CL300 @@MSS-SP-44 CL600 MSS-SP-44 CL900 ANSI-B16.36 CL300.5 CL300’ ’ANSI-B16.75" SWE tap LONG DESCRIPTION ’ANSI-B16. weld neck’ ’Socketwelded orifice flange’ ’Orifice flange. 0. slip-on @@Flange. WN SW orifice flange @@Orifice flange.75" SWE tap’ D.1 CL25 ANSI-B16.36 CL150 0.24’ ’Flange. 0.36 CL600’ ’ANSI-B16.75" SWE tap’ ’ANSI-B16.36 CL2500 @@ANSI-B16. weld neck’ ’Blind flange’ ’Flange.36 CL600 ANSI-B16.75" SWE tap @@ANSI-B16.36 CL400 0.5 CL150 @@ANSI-B16.5 CL600’ ’ANSI-B16.36 CL1500 0.5 CL900 @@ANSI-B16.36 CL900 0.36 CL150 0.36 CL300.36 CL1500 0.75" SWE tap ANSI-B16.36 CL900’ ’ANSI-B16.36 CL400 0.1 CL125’ ’ANSI-B16.75" SWE tap @@ANSI-B16.36 CL400 0. socket end’ ’Reducing weld neck flange’ ’Reducing slip-on flange’ ’Reducing threaded flange’ ’Reducing socketwelded flange’ ’Victaulic flange’ ’ANSI-B16. 0.36 CL2500 0. 0.5" SWE tap @@ANSI-B16.36 CL600.36 CL900 0.5" SWE tap ANSI-B16. SE Red WN flange Red slip-on flange Red THD flange Red SW flange Victaulic flange @@ANSI-B16.36 CL300.1 CL250’ ’ANSI-B16.5" SWE tap ANSI-B16.75" SWE tap’ 467 . threaded’ ’Flange.1 CL250 ANSI-B16. THD Slip-on orifice flange Long WN flange Solder joint flange @@Flange.5 CL1500 ANSI-B16.36 CL2500 0.

36 CL2500 0.562" 0.75" 125 Ra finish’ 125-500 Ra finish’ 63-250 Ra finish’ 63-125 Ra finish’ 125-250 Ra finish’ 3 Ra finish’ 468 .5"’ ’0.36 CL300.688" 0.D Taylor Forge CL75 Taylor Forge CL125 Taylor Forge CL125LW Taylor Forge CL175 Taylor Forge CL250 Taylor Forge CL350 ’ANSI-B16. ’raised face flanged end.125"’ ’0.75" SWE tap ANSI-B16.312"’ ’0.75"’ @@FFFE @@RFFE @@RFFE.75" SWE tap’ ’ANSI-B16.625"’ ’0.625" 0.938" 1" 1. ’ring joint flanged end’ ’lens joint flanged end’ ’raised face flanged end. 63-250 Ra finish RFFE.375" 1.36 CL150. 0.188" 0. 0.812" 0. ’’ ’Sch 5S’ ’Sch 10S’ ’Sch 40S’ ’Sch 80S’ ’Sch 10’ ’Sch 20’ ’Sch 30’ ’Sch 40’ ’Sch 60’ ’Sch 80’ ’Sch 100’ ’Sch 120’ ’Sch 140’ ’Sch 160’ ’[???]’ ’light-weight’ ’standard-weight’ ’X-strong’ ’XX-strong’ ’0.25" 1. 0.875"’ ’0. 63-125 Ra finish RFFE.75" SWE tap’ ’ANSI-B16.812"’ ’0.188" 1. 125-500 Ra finish RFFE.062"’ ’1.438" 0.938"’ ’1"’ ’1.75" SWE tap @@ANSI-B16.562"’ ’0. 3 Ra finish @@ S-5S S-10S @@S-40S @@S-80S S-10 S-20 S-30 S-40 S-60 @@S-80 S-100 S-120 S-140 @@S-160 @@[???] S-LW S-STD S-XS @@S-XXS 0.75" 0.125"’ ’1.875" 0.April 2002 F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F PR PS QB SA SB SC SD SE SF SG SH SI TA TB TC TD TE TF TG ZZ A B D F G H I J L N Z AA AB AC AD AF AG AH AI AJ AK AL AM AN AO AW BA BB BC BD CA CB CC CD CE CF CG CH CI CJ CK CL CM CN CO CP CQ CR CS CT CU CV CW @@ANSI-B16.188"’ ’1.688"’ ’0.375"’ ’1. 125-250 Ra finish @@RJFE lens joint RFFE. 125 Ra finish RFFE.25" 0.188"’ ’0.375" 0.36 CL1500.5" 0.DA ’Taylor Forge CL75’ ’Taylor Forge CL125’ ’Taylor Forge CL125LW’ ’Taylor Forge CL175’ ’Taylor Forge CL250’ ’Taylor Forge CL350’ ’’ ’flat face flanged end’ ’raised face flanged end’ ’raised face flanged end.625"’ ’1.5" FTE tap’ ’CL150’ ’CL300’ ’CL400’ ’CL600’ ’CL900’ ’CL1500’ ’CL2500’ ’CL250’ ’CL175’ ’AWWA-C207 Cl.125" 0. ’raised face flanged end.75"’ ’0.438"’ ’0.36 CL2500 0.5" 1.25"’ ’1. ’raised face flanged end._ _______________ PDS Piping Component Data .5"’ ’1.062" 1. ’raised face flanged end.36 CL1500.125" 1.25"’ ’0.5" FTE tap @@CL150 CL300 CL400 CL600 CL900 CL1500 CL2500 CL250 CL175 @@AWWA-C207 Cl. 0.312" 0.375"’ ’0.625" 1.

142")’ ’26.312")’ ’9.0 mm’ ’4.625"’ ’2.125"’ ’2._ _______________ Appendix D: ! ! 0 1 2 1 2345678901234567890 F CX F DD F EA F EB F ED F EE F EF F EG F EH F FE F MA F MB F MC F MD F ME F MF F MG F MH F MI F MJ F MK F ML F MM F MN F MO F MP F MQ F MR F MS F MT F MU F MV F PA F PB F PC F PD F PE F PF F PG F PH F PI F PJ F PK F PL F PM F PN F PO F PP F PQ F PR F PS F PZ F QF F ZZ F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F AAA AAB AAC AAH AAI ABB ABE FFB FFC FFF FFG FFH FFI FFK FFL GFD GFF SHORT DESCRIPTION 1.0 mm 12. Commodity Codes 469 .7 mm 14. galvanized’ ’ASTM-A105.375" 2.5" 2.625" 2.5 mm’ ’5.0 mm 8.8 mm (0.0 mm 6.0 mm’ ’3.0 mm’ ’60.1 mm 20.5Mo’ ’ASTM-A182 Gr.0 mm 80.8 mm (0.0 mm’ ’7.25Cr-1Mo’ ’ASTM-A182 Gr.125")’ ’4. treated & wrapped’ ’ASTM-A350 Gr.0 mm’ ’25.0 mm’ ’3.6 mm (1.5 mm (0.375")’ ’11.F7. 2.0 mm 28.0 mm (1.4 mm 27.5 mm (0.4 mm 7.25")’ ’7.2 mm 4.2 mm (1.0 mm 100. galv ASTM-A105 alum T&W @@ASTM-A350-LF2 @@ASME-SA105 ASTM-A182-F12 @@ASTM-A182-F11 ASTM-A182-F22 ASTM-A182-F21 @@ASTM-A182-F5 ASTM-A182-F5A ASTM-A182-F7 @@ASTM-A182-F9 @@ASME-SA182-F11 ASME-SA182-F22 ’1.5 mm 4.0 mm 26.4 mm (1")’ ’27.438")’ ’12.0 mm’ ’12.0 mm 2. treated & wrapped’ ’ASTM-A105.25Cr-1Mo’ LONG DESCRIPTION Flanges D.0 mm’ ’2.0 mm’ ’80.0 mm (1.F5A.5")’ ’14. aluminized.9 mm 9.0 mm’ ’20.2 mm 31.0 mm 25.0 mm @@ @@ASTM-A105 ASTM-A105.125")’ ’30.875" 3.0 mm’ ’’ ’ASTM-A105’ ’ASTM-A105.8 mm 25.0 mm’ ’40.281" 2" 2.F5’ ’ASTM-A182 Gr.625")’ ’17.125" 2.062")’ ’28. aluminized’ ’ASTM-A105.875"’ ’0.0 mm 16.F12.0 mm’ ’50.5"’ ’2.7 mm (0.2 mm (0.0 mm 40.25")’ ’29.75")’ ’20.0 mm 30.0 mm’ ’35.875"’ ’3. alum ASTM-A105 T&W @@ASTM-A105.875")’ ’23.188")’ ’31.875" 0.F11’ ’ASTM-A182 Gr.5Mo’ ’ASTM-A182 Gr.F21.F22.F11’ ’ASME-SA182 Gr.688")’ ’19.F22. 3Cr-1Mo’ ’ASTM-A182 Gr.812")’ ’22. 5Cr-0.5 mm 3.0 mm 7.0 mm’ ’10.5 mm 11.3 mm (0.938")’ ’25.0 mm’ ’16.6 mm 30.5 mm’ ’3.3 mm 15.4 mm (0.5"’ ’2.1 mm (0.0 mm 10.0 mm 60.9 mm (0.5" 2.2 mm (0.375"’ ’2.LF2’ ’ASME-SA105’ ’ASTM-A182 Gr.8 mm (1. 1Cr-0.9 mm 17.0 mm’ ’30. 7Cr-0.188")’ ’6.1 mm 12.0 mm 4.0 mm’ ’6.2 mm 23.5 mm’ ’4.9 mm (0.562")’ ’15.0 mm 3.6 mm (0.0 mm 3.0 mm’ ’100.0 mm’ ’8.281"’ ’2"’ ’2.75" 2.1 mm (0.5 mm 19.F9’ ’ASME-SA182 Gr.8 mm 6.0 mm 35.0 mm 20.6 mm 22. 2.5 mm 5.5Mo’ ’ASTM-A182 Gr.0 mm 50.75"’ ’2.8 mm 29.

treated & wrapped’ ’ASTM-A105.F321H’ ’ASTM-A182 Gr. 12% Ni min.036% C max.F304’ ’ASTM-A182 Gr. CPVC’ ’ASTM-D2467 Cl. hot finish ASTM-B564 Monel ASTM-B564 Incoloy 800 ASTM-B462 Alloy 20 ASTM-F439 CPVC @@ASTM-D2467 PVC @@ASTM-A105.F304L’ ’ASTM-A182 Gr. ductile iron. cement lined’ ’ASTM-A105. cement lined & epoxy coated ASTM-A105. Victaulic’ ’ASTM-A536 Gr.5 Ni’ ’ASTM-B62 bronze’ ’ASTM-B166 Gr. Alloy 20’ ’ASTM-F439 Cl.F304H’ ’ASTM-A182 Gr.23447-B.F321’ ’ASTM-A182 Gr.F316L.F316’ ’ASTM-A182 Gr. w/0. cement lined. cement lined ASTM-A105. ductile iron. Victaulic’ ’ASTM-A536 Gr.65-45-12/EPDM.F310’ ’ASTM-A182 Gr. w/0.65-45-12/Buna N.F347’ ’ASTM-A182 Gr.03% C max ASTM-A182-F310 @@ASTM-A182-F316 ASTM-A182-F316L ASME-SA182-F316L @@ASTM-A182-F321 ASTM-A182-F321H ASTM-A182-F347 ASTM-A182-F348 ASME-SA182-F316 ASTM-A182-F304H ASTM-A182-F347H ASTM-A182-F316L.65-45-12/Buna N._ _______________ PDS Piping Component Data .600 UNS N06600.F347H’ ’ASTM-A182 Gr.LF3. ductile iron. cement lined & epoxy coated’ ’ASTM-A105. Monel’ ’ASTM-B564 UNS NO8800. w/0.F316L’ ’ASTM-A182 Gr.65-45-12/EPDM. galvanized.F316L’ ’ASME-SA182 Gr. 2.03% C max’ ’ASTM-A182 Gr. epoxy coated’ ’ASTM-A105.F316’ ’ASTM-A182 Gr.2% Mo min’ ’ASTM-A451 Gr. ductile iron. special ASTM-A451-HF modified ASTM-A350-LF3 ASTM-B62 bronze @@ASTM-B166-600.F348’ ’ASME-SA182 Gr.April 2002 ! ! 0 1 2 1 2345678901234567890 F IIA F IIB F IIC F IIE F IIF F IIG F IIH F IIJ F IIK F IIL F IIN F IIO F IIP F IIY F IJF F IKA F MLF F NPE F NPF F OAA F OAC F PAA F TAA F TAB F WAA F WAB F WAC F WAD F WXW F ZAD F ZAE F ZAG F ZAH SHORT DESCRIPTION @@ASTM-A182-F304 @@ASTM-A182-F304L ASTM-A182-F316L. hot finish’ ’ASTM-B564 UNS N04400. Victaulic’ 470 . epoxy lined’ ’ASTM-A536 Gr. 3. Incoloy 800’ ’ASTM-B462 UNS N08020. Victaulic’ ’ASTM-A536 Gr. epoxy coated ASTM-A105.F316L. cement lined & T&W ASTM-A105 epoxy lined ASTM-A536-65-45-12/EPDM ASTM-A536-65-45-12/Buna N ASTM-A536-65-45-12/EPDM ASTM-A536-65-45-12/Buna N LONG DESCRIPTION ’ASTM-A182 Gr.12454-B PVC’ ’ASTM-A105.HF modified’ ’ASTM-A350 Gr. galvanized.

125" CA @@API-590Z1 CL300. Commodity Codes ! ! 0 1 2 1 2345678901234567890 G SF SHORT DESCRIPTION CL1500 ’CL1500’ LONG DESCRIPTION 471 . w/0.1 CL250’ ’ANSI-B16. w/0. w/0.5 CL600 ANSI-B16.5 CL400’ ’ANSI-B16.25" CA’ ’CL150’ ’CL300’ ’CL400’ ’CL600’ ’CL900’ > > > > > > > > > > D. w/0. w/0. w/0. w/0. w/0. w/0. w/0.FLANGED FITTINGS G G G G G G G G G G G G G G G G G G G G G G G G G G G G G G G G G G G G G G G G G G G G G G G G G G G G G G G G G G G G G G G A D E F G H J L M N O P Q U AA AB AC AD AE AF AG BA BB BC BD BE BH BO BP BQ BR BS BT CA CB CD DA DB DC DD FA FB FD FE FF FG GA GB GD GE GF GG HA HB HD HE HF HG SA SB SC SD SE Flange isolation kit Spacer @@Paddle spacer Paddle spacer for maintenance blank Bleed ring.25" corrosion allowance’ ’API-590 CL1500.5 CL2500 API-605 CL150 API-605 CL300 API-605 CL400 API-605 CL600 API-605 CL900 API-605 CL75 API-6A CL2000 API-6A CL3000 API-6A CL5000 API-6A CL10000 API-6A CL15000 API-6A CL20000 @@MSS-SP-44 CL150 @@MSS-SP-44 CL300 @@MSS-SP-44 CL600 ANSI-B16.125" corrosion allowance’ ’API-590 CL2500. w/0.5 CL400 ANSI-B16. w/0._ _______________ Appendix D: Flanged Fittings Flanged Fittings ! ! ! 0 1 2 1 2345678901234567890 SHORT DESCRIPTION FIRST LETTER: G .125" CA @@API-590Z1 CL600.25" CA @@API-590Z2 CL600. w/threaded tap’ ’Bleed ring.1 CL125’ ’ANSI-B16. w/0.25" CA @@API-590Z2 CL1500. w/0. w/0. w/THD tap Bleed ring.1 CL800 @@API-590 CL150 @@API-590 CL300 @@API-590 CL600 @@API-590 CL900 @@API-590 CL1500 API-590 CL2500 @@API-590Z1 CL150. w/SWE tap @@Spectacle blank @@Paddle blank Maint type paddle blank @@Blank disc 3-bolt blank assy 5-bolt blank assy 7-bolt blank assy Union blank @@ANSI-B16. w/0. w/0.25" corrosion allowance’ ’API-590 CL300.1 CL125 ANSI-B16.5 CL2500’ ’API-605 CL150’ ’API-605 CL300’ ’API-605 CL400’ ’API-605 CL600’ ’API-605 CL900’ ’API-605 CL75’ ’API-6A CL2000’ ’API-6A CL3000’ ’API-6A CL5000’ ’API-6A CL10000’ ’API-6A CL15000’ ’API-6A CL20000’ ’MSS-SP-44 CL150’ ’MSS-SP-44 CL300’ ’MSS-SP-44 CL600’ ’ANSI-B16.5 CL900 ANSI-B16.125" corrosion allowance’ ’API-590 CL300.1 CL800’ ’API-590 CL150’ ’API-590 CL300’ ’API-590 CL600’ ’API-590 CL900’ ’API-590 CL1500’ ’API-590 CL2500’ ’API-590 CL150.25" CA @@API-590Z2 CL900. w/0. w/0. w/0.125" CA @@API-590Z1 CL900.5 CL1500’ ’ANSI-B16.5 CL150’ ’ANSI-B16.1 CL250 ANSI-B16.5 CL1500 ANSI-B16.125" corrosion allowance’ ’API-590 CL1500.5 CL900’ ’ANSI-B16.25" CA @@API-590Z2 CL300. w/0.5 CL300 ANSI-B16.25" corrosion allowance’ ’API-590 CL600.1 CL25’ ’ANSI-B16.5 CL600’ ’ANSI-B16.125" CA’ ’API-590 CL150.5 CL300’ ’ANSI-B16.125" corrosion allowance’ ’API-590 CL600.25" CA CL150 CL300 CL400 CL600 CL900 LONG DESCRIPTION ’Flange isolation kit’ ’Spacer for plastic pipe’ ’Paddle spacer ’Paddle spacer for maintenance blank’ ’Bleed ring.125" corrosion allowance’ ’API-590 CL900.1 CL25 ANSI-B16.25" corrosion allowance’ ’API-590 CL2500.25" CA API-590 CL2500. w/0.125" CA API-590 CL2500.125" CA @@API-590Z2 CL150.25" corrosion allowance’ ’API-590 CL900.125" CA @@API-590Z1 CL1500.5 CL150 ANSI-B16. w/0. w/socketwelded end tap’ ’Spectacle blank’ ’Paddle blank’ ’Maintenance type paddle blank’ ’Blank disc’ ’Three bolt blank assembly’ ’Five bolt blank assembly’ ’Seven bolt blank assembly’ ’Union blank’ ’ANSI-B16. w/0.

125" 1.188"’ ’1.062" 1.5 mm 5. 63-125 Ra finish RFTBE.0 mm 0 1 2 1 2345678901234567890 G MI SHORT DESCRIPTION 7.0 mm’ ’6.75"’ ’0.281" 2.188"’ ’0.25" 0.0 mm’ S-5S S-10S S-40S S-80S S-10 S-20 S-30 S-40 S-60 S-80 S-100 S-120 S-140 S-160 [???]|bore to match| S-LW S-STD S-XS S-XXS 0.875" 0.5 mm’ ’4.125"’ ’1.938"’ ’1"’ ’1.0 mm 3. 125-250 Ra finish’ ’ring joint thru-bolted ends’ ’lens joint’ ’raised face ends. 125 Ra finish RFTBE.5"’ ’0. 125-500 Ra finish’ ’raised face thru-bolt ends.5 mm’ ’5.625"’ ’0.938" 1" 1.625" 0._ _______________ PDS Piping Component Data .0 mm’ ’3.688"’ ’0.5" 0.0 mm 2.E’ ’Taylor Forge CL75’ ’Taylor Forge CL125’ ’Taylor Forge CL125LW’ ’Taylor Forge CL175’ ’Taylor Forge CL250’ ’Taylor Forge CL350’ ’flat face thru-bolted ends’ ’raised face thru-bolted ends’ ’raised face thru-bolted ends.0 mm 4. 80 Ra finish’ ’raised face thru-bolt ends.438"’ ’0.5 mm 3.25"’ ’0.375"’ ’0.0 mm’ ’2.312" 0. 125 Ra finish’ ’raised face thru-bolt ends.April 2002 G G G G G G G G G G G G G G G G G G G G G G G G G G G G G G G G G G G G G G G G G G G G G G G G G G G G G G G G G G G G G G G G G G G G G G G G ! ! SG SH SI TA TB TC TD TE TF TG A B D E F G H I J L N S T W Z AA AB AC AD AF AG AH AI AJ AK AL AM AN AO AW BA BB BC BD CA CB CC CD CE CF CG CH CI CJ CK CL CM CN CO CP CQ CR CS DD MA MB MC MD ME MF MG MH CL2500 CL250 CL175 AWWA-C207 Cl. 80 Ra finish RFTBE.062"’ ’1.812"’ ’0.188" 0. 125-250 Ra finish @@RJTBE lens joint RFFE.125" 0.875"’ ’0.5 mm 4.188" 1. 3 Ra finish SWE THD BW ’CL2500’ ’CL250’ ’CL175’ ’AWWA-C207 Cl.0 mm’ ’4.562"’ ’0. 63-125 Ra finish’ ’raised face thru-bolt ends. 63-250 Ra finish’ ’raised face thru-bolt ends. 3 Ra finish’ ’socketwelded’ ’threaded’ ’buttweld’ ’’ ’Sch 5S’ ’Sch 10S’ ’Sch 40S’ ’Sch 80S’ ’Sch 10’ ’Sch 20’ ’Sch 30’ ’Sch 40’ ’Sch 60’ ’Sch 80’ ’Sch 100’ ’Sch 120’ ’Sch 140’ ’Sch 160’ ’[???]’ ’light-weight’ ’standard-weight’ ’X-strong’ ’XX-strong’ ’0.438" 0.375" 0.281"’ ’2.688" 0.25"’ ’0.562" 0. 63-250 Ra finish RFTBE.0 mm 6.25" 0.5 mm’ ’3. 125-500 Ra finish RETBE.125"’ ’0.75" 0.E Taylor Forge CL75 Taylor Forge CL125 Taylor Forge CL125LW Taylor Forge CL175 Taylor Forge CL250 Taylor Forge CL350 @@FFTBE @@RFTBE @@RFTBE.0 mm ’7.0 mm’ LONG DESCRIPTION 472 .312"’ ’0.812" 0.

125" thk Monel clading ASTM-B127 UNS N04400’ ’ASTM-A516 Gr.60’ ’ASME-SA516 Gr.C’ ’ASTM-A285 Gr.0 mm 80. Cl.125" CA @@ASTM-A516-70.2 ASME-SA387-11 Cl. w/Teflon seals.2 mm 4.8 mm @@ ASTM-A516-60 ASME-SA516-60 ASTM-A516-60. Cl.4 mm 7. w/Teflon seals.188")’ ’31.2 mm (1.2 mm 23.0 mm’ ’12. 5Cr’ ’ASTM-A387 Gr.0 mm 28.125")’ ’30.25")’ ’7.0 mm 100.1 mm (0. w/0. low temp CS.9 mm (0.70’ ’ASTM-A516 GR 60.9 mm 17. 1.312")’ ’9.2 mm (0. w/Hycar seals.2 @@ASTM-A387-9 Cl.1 mm 20. Aitken.70’ ’ASTM-A516 Gr.1 mm (0.7 mm (0.65’ ’ASME-SA516 Gr.1.60. 9Cr’ ’ASTM-A387 Gr.7 mm 14.0 mm’ ’60. Greenwood’ ’ASTM-A204 Gr. galvanized.1.5 mm (0. Aitken Z2. galvanized’ ’ASTM-A516 Gr.3 mm (0.0 mm’ ’20.0 mm’ ’16.A.6 mm 22.4 mm (1")’ ’27.1.22. Cl.812")’ ’22.6 mm 30.6 mm (0.6 mm (1.70. Cl. Cl.0 mm’ ’30.0 mm’ ’35.0 mm 50.2’ ’ASTM-A387 Gr.0 mm 16. w/0. Cl.0 mm’ ’50.3 mm 15.0 mm 25.0 mm 10.0 mm’ ’80.8 mm (1.25Cr’ ’ASTM-A387 Gr.688")’ ’19.11.1 ASTM-A387-22 Cl. Greenwood’ ’ASTM-A516 Gr.0 mm 12.75")’ ’20.0 mm’ ’25. Greenwood’ ’ASTM-A105.5 mm 11.2’ ’ASME-SA387 Gr. w/0.9 mm 9.8 mm (0.375")’ ’11.438")’ ’12.5.25" corrosion allowance’ ’ASTM-A420 Gr.C.25Cr’ ’ASME-SA387 Gr.4 mm 27. Mack Iron’ ’ASTM-A105.0 mm 40.70.2 @@ASTM-A387-11 Cl.25")’ ’’ Flanged Fittings > > ’ASTM-A516 Gr.0 mm’ ’10.1 mm 12. 1.1 ASTM-A387-9 Cl.1.1 @@ASTM-A387-5 Cl.0 mm’ ’100.9.2’ ’ASTM-A167 Type 316’ ’ASTM-A240 Type 316L’ ’ASTM-A167 Type 304L’ ’ASTM-A167 Type 321’ ’ASTM-A167 Type 347’ ’ASTM-A240 Type 304’ ’ASTM-A240 Type 304H’ ’ASTM-A240 Type 304L’ D.125" corrosion allowance’ ’ASTM-A516 Gr.0 mm’ ’3.0 mm 3. w/0.062")’ ’28. galv ASTM-A105/TFE ASTM-A105/Hycar @@ASTM-A516-70 ASTM-A516-60 @@ASTM-A516-70.2 mm 31.11. Greenwood’ ’ASTM-A105.875")’ ’23.2 mm (0. w/0.0 mm 60._ _______________ Appendix D: G G G G G G G G G G G G G G G G G G G G G G G G G G G G G G G G G G G G G G G G G G G G G G G G G G G G G G G G G G G G G G G G G G G G MJ MK ML MM MN MO MP MQ MR MS MT MU MV PA PB PC PD PE PF PG PH PI PJ PK PL PM PN PO PP PQ PR PS ZZ AAA AAB AAC ABA ABB ABN ABS ABT ABY ADA ADB ADC ADD ADE ADF ADG AEA EAA FAA FAB FAC FAD FAE FAF FAG GFA GFG IAA IIG IIH IIJ IIL IJA IJB IJC 8.1 @@ASME-SA387-11 Cl. C-Mo’ ’ASTM-A387 Gr.125")’ ’4.9. Cl.0 mm (1.70.11.0 mm’ ’40. hot dip galvanized to ASTM-A123’ ’ASTM-A515 Gr.2 ASTM-A167-316 ASTM-A240-316L ASTM-A167-304L ASTM-A167-321 ASTM-A167-347 @@ASTM-A240-304 ASTM-A240-304H @@ASTM-A240-304L ’8.11.9 mm (0.0 mm 35. hot dip galvanized after fabrication’ ’ASTM-A285 Gr. Cl.1. Aitken Z1.70. galv ASTM-A516-65 @@ASME-SA516-70 @@ASTM-A516-70.60’ ’ASTM-A516 Gr.4 mm (0.188")’ ’6.8 mm 6.WPL6.5 mm 19. Commodity Codes 473 . w/Teflon seals. Aitken.5 mm (0. 2.8 mm 25.562")’ ’15.625")’ ’17.0 mm 30.2’ ’ASTM-A387 Gr. Cl.1 ASTM-A387-11 Cl.8 mm (0.0 mm 20.25" CA ASTM-A420-WPL6 ASTM-A204-A ASTM-A387-5 Cl.25Cr’ ’ASTM-A387 Gr. galv ASTM-A285-C ASTM-A285-C ASTM-A515-70 ASTM-A105/TFE.938")’ ’25.5.5")’ ’14.

Maloney E’ ’phenolic GSKT neoprene fcng. w/0. Maloney E modified’ ’phenolic gasket neoprene facing. Maloney E. w/TFE seals ASTM-B127 ASTM-B463 phenolic gasket phenolic gasket phenolic gasket phenolic gasket phenolic gasket LONG DESCRIPTION ’ASTM-A240 Type 304. Aitken. Aitken.125" corrosion allowance’ ’ASTM-A240 Type 316’ ’ASTM-A240 Gr. Aitken. w/extra long sleeve & washer. Alloy 20’ ’phenolic gasket neoprene facing. Greenwood’ ’ASTM-B127 UNS N04400. w/sleeve & washer’ ’phenolic gasket neoprene facing. w/0.125" corrosion allowance’ ’ASTM-A240 Type 316.TP321’ ’ASTM-A240 Type 347’ ’Type 304 SS.April 2002 ! ! 0 1 2 1 2345678901234567890 G IJD G IJE G IJI G IJJ G IJL G IJT G OAE G PAA G TGL G G G G TGM TGN TGQ TGR SHORT DESCRIPTION @@ASTM-A240-304.125" CA @@ASTM-A240-316. w/0. w/sleeve & washer. w/extra long sleeve & washer. w/0. Maloney E’ ’phenolic gasket. Monel’ ’ASTM-B463 UNS N08020. w/Teflon seals. modified’ 474 . w/sleeve & washer._ _______________ PDS Piping Component Data . Aitken.125" CA @@ASTM-A240-316 @@ASTM-A240-321 ASTM-A240-347 TP304 SS.

_ _______________ Appendix D: Strainer Specialties Strainer Specialties ! ! ! 0 1 2 1 2345678901234567890 SHORT DESCRIPTION FIRST LETTER: H . ’socketwelded ends’ ’threaded’ ’buttwelded’ ’’ 125 Ra finish’ 125-500 Ra finish’ 63-250 Ra finish’ 63-125 Ra finish’ 125-250 Ra finish’ D.1 CL25 ANSI-B16.5 CL600 ANSI-B16. 63-250 Ra finish RFFE. ’ring joint flanged ends’ ’buttweld x RF flange’ ’RF flange x buttweld’ ’raised face flanged ends. ’raised face flanged ends.5 CL300 ANSI-B16.5 CL900’ ’ANSI-B16.1 CL800’ ’CL150’ ’CL300’ ’CL400’ ’CL600’ ’CL900’ ’CL1500’ ’CL2500’ ’CL250’ ’CL175’ ’AWWA-C207 Cl.E Taylor Forge CL75 Taylor Forge CL125 Taylor Forge CL125LW Taylor Forge CL175 Taylor Forge CL250 Taylor Forge CL350 FFFE RFFE RFFE. 125-250 Ra finish RJFE BW x flange flange x BW RFFE.1 CL125 ANSI-B16.5 CL600’ ’ANSI-B16.1 CL125’ ’ANSI-B16.5 CL150’ ’ANSI-B16.5 CL1500 ANSI-B16.5 CL1500’ ’ANSI-B16. 63-125 Ra finish RFFE.1 CL25’ ’ANSI-B16. 125-500 Ra finish RFFE. ’raised face flanged ends.1 CL250’ ’ANSI-B16. Commodity Codes 3 Ra finish’ 475 . ’raised face flanged ends.5 CL400’ ’ANSI-B16.5 CL2500 API-605 CL150 API-605 CL300 API-605 CL75 MSS-SP-44 CL150 MSS-SP-44 CL300 MSS-SP-44 CL600 ANSI-B16.5 CL400 ANSI-B16.5 CL900 ANSI-B16.E’ ’Taylor Forge CL75’ ’Taylor Forge CL125’ ’Taylor Forge CL125LW’ ’Taylor Forge CL175’ ’Taylor Forge CL250’ ’Taylor Forge CL350’ ’flat face flanged ends’ ’raised face flanged ends’ ’raised face flanged ends.1 CL250 ANSI-B16. 3 Ra finish SWE THD BW LONG DESCRIPTION ’Basket strainer’ ’Temporary basket strainer’ ’Cone strainer’ ’Flat strainer’ ’Inverted cone strainer’ ’Inclined perforated strainer’ ’Tee-type assembly straight thru pattern strainer’ ’Tee-type assembly angle pattern strainer’ ’Y-pattern strainer’ ’ANSI-B16.5 CL2500’ ’API-605 CL150’ ’API-605 CL300’ ’API-605 CL75’ ’MSS-SP-44 CL150’ ’MSS-SP-44 CL300’ ’MSS-SP-44 CL600’ ’ANSI-B16.5 CL150 ANSI-B16.1 CL800 CL150 CL300 CL400 CL600 CL900 CL1500 CL2500 CL250 CL175 AWWA-C207 Cl.5 CL300’ ’ANSI-B16. 125 Ra finish RFFE. ’raised face flanged ends.STRAINER SPECIALTIES H H H H H H H H H H H H H H H H H H H H H H H H H H H H H H H H H H H H H H H H H H H H H H H H H H H H H H H H H A B C F I P U V Y AA AB AC AD AE AF AG BA BB BH CA CB CD DA DB DC DD SA SB SC SD SE SF SG SH SI TA TB TC TD TE TF TG A B D F G H I J M N R S T W Z Basket strainer Temp basket strainer Cone strainer Flat strainer Inv cone strainer Inclin perf pl strainer T-type thru strainer T-type angle strainer Y-type strainer ANSI-B16.

438"’ ’0.0 mm 50.2 mm LONG DESCRIPTION ’Sch 5S’ ’Sch 10S’ ’Sch 40S’ ’Sch 80S’ ’Sch 10’ ’Sch 20’ ’Sch 30’ ’Sch 40’ ’Sch 60’ ’Sch 80’ ’Sch 100’ ’Sch 120’ ’Sch 140’ ’Sch 160’ ’[???]’ ’light-weight’ ’standard-weight’ ’X-strong’ ’XX-strong’ ’0.938"’ ’1"’ ’1.7 mm (0.5 mm’ ’5.312"’ ’0._ _______________ PDS Piping Component Data .0 mm 7.9 mm (0.188"’ ’0.0 mm’ ’80.1 mm (0.125"’ ’1.062" 1.2 mm (0.281"’ ’2.25" 0.5 mm 11.0 mm 100.875"’ ’0.188" 0.2 mm 4.938" 1" 1.4 mm 7.0 mm’ ’40.625"’ ’0.625" 0.125" 1.812" 0.0 mm’ ’10.625")’ ’17.0 mm 4.0 mm 3.562" 0.5 mm 19.0 mm 2.688")’ ’19.1 mm 12.0 mm 16.0 mm 80.0 mm 10.0 mm’ ’50.875" 0.0 mm’ ’100.188")’ ’6.0 mm 3.188"’ ’1.0 mm 60.5")’ ’14.5 mm’ ’3.812")’ ’22.0 mm’ ’16.25")’ ’7.125")’ ’4.0 mm’ ’2.75"’ ’0.281" 2.5 mm (0.5 mm 4.0 mm’ ’3.2 mm (0.0 mm’ ’60.3 mm (0.562"’ ’0.0 mm’ ’7.9 mm (0.5 mm (0.April 2002 ! ! 0 1 2 1 2345678901234567890 H AA H AB H AC H AD H AF H AG H AH H AI H AJ H AK H AL H AM H AN H AO H AW H BA H BB H BC H BD H CA H CB H CC H CD H CE H CF H CG H CH H CI H CJ H CK H CL H CM H CN H CO H CP H CQ H CR H CS H DD H MA H MB H MC H MD H ME H MF H MG H MH H MI H MK H MM H MN H MO H MP H MQ H MR H MS H MT H MU H MV H PA H PB H PC H PD H PE H PF H PG H PH H PI H PJ H PK H PL H PM SHORT DESCRIPTION S-5S S-10S S-40S S-80S S-10 S-20 S-30 S-40 S-60 S-80 S-100 S-120 S-140 S-160 [???]|bore to match| S-LW S-STD S-XS S-XXS 0.0 mm 35.6 mm 22.062"’ ’1.438")’ ’12.25"’ ’0.0 mm 25.4 mm (0.75" 0.375"’ ’0.0 mm 30.5" 0.8 mm 6.125"’ ’0.375" 0.0 mm’ ’30.5"’ ’0.7 mm 14.562")’ ’15.25" 0.875")’ 476 .0 mm’ ’25.688" 0.0 mm’ ’4.0 mm 20.0 mm’ ’35.5 mm 5.9 mm 9.1 mm (0.75")’ ’20.3 mm 15.9 mm 17.375")’ ’11.688"’ ’0.0 mm 40.188" 1.312" 0.125" 0.25"’ ’0.5 mm’ ’4.8 mm (0.5 mm 3.6 mm (0.312")’ ’9.0 mm’ ’3.0 mm’ ’20.0 mm 6.1 mm 20.812"’ ’0.0 mm’ ’6.438" 0.

Mack Iron BT-W’ ’CS.125" diam holes per in*2.F22. 132-0.125" diam holes per in*2. w/SS screen ASTM-A516-60 ASTM-A216-WCB.125" diam holes per in*2. 10 mesh 0. 33-0.063" diam holes per in*2.125" diam holes per in*2. Mack Iron PCS’ ’ASTM-A240 Type 316.125")’ (1.045" SS screen. w/SS screen ASTM-A351-CF3M.8 ’’ mm mm mm mm mm mm (0.WCB.062")’ (1. w/SS screen ASTM-A240-321. 316L SS.60. Mueller 760 Series’ ’ASTM-A352 Gr. 0.125" holes per in*2.8 mm mm mm mm mm mm ’23. 100 mesh SS screen. 33-0.4 27. w/SS screen ASTM-A182-F22. 33-0.125" diam holes per in*2. w/SS screen ASTM-A240-304.125" diam holes per in*2. Winston Type 51P’ ’CS.016" SS screen. 33-0. SS screen.CF3M.8 25. 33-0. Winston 51P’ ’ASTM-A351 Gr. Commodity Codes 477 . Mueller 860 Series’ ’ASTM-A216 Gr.125" diam holes per in*2. w/SS screen ASTM-A240-321. Mack Iron PCS’ ’ASTM-A240 Type 304. 33-0. w/SS screen ASTM-A516-60 ASTM-A516-60 ASTM-A516-60 ASTM-A516-60 ASTM-A516-60. 80 mesh Monel screen. w/SS screen ASTM-A240-316 ASTM-A240-316 ASTM-A240-304 ASTM-A240-304 ASTM-A240-304 ASTM-A240-304. Winston 50-WOP’ ’304 SS. w/SS screen ASTM-A351-CF8C 316 SS. Mueller 760 Series’ ’ASTM-A351 Gr. Mack Iron PBS’ ’ASTM-A240-Type 321. 30 mesh covered. 30 mesh SS screen.8 ’25. 0.125" diam holes per in*2. Mueller’ ’ASTM-A351 Gr.016" SS screen.125" diam holes per in*2. Winston 51-WIP’ ’ASTM-A240 Type 304. 30 mesh lined.125" diam holes per in*2. 33-0._ _______________ Appendix D: ! ! 0 1 2 1 2345678901234567890 H PN H PO H PP H PQ H PR H PS H ZZ H H H H H H H H H H H H H H H H H H H H H H H H H H H H H H H H H H H H H H H H H H H AAD AAE AAF AAJ AAL AAS ACA ACB ACE ACG ACH ACK ACM ACN ACP ACQ ACR ADD ADE FFP FFR IAB IID IIE IIG IIH IIJ IJP IJR IJS IJT IJU IJV IJW IJX IJY IKA IKB IKC IKD IKE IKF IKG SHORT DESCRIPTION 23. 16 Ga. 30 mesh lined.WCB.60.125" diam holes per in*2.125" perf.WCB. w/SS screen ASTM-A351-CF8M 304 SS.60. Mack Iron PBL’ ’ASTM-A240 Type 304.045" SS screen. Mack Iron PBL’ ’ASTM-A516 Gr. 0.60. Mack Iron PBS’ ’ASTM-A351 Gr.938")’ (1")’ (1. 60 mesh SS inside. 2 screen. 1.033" SS screen. 33-0. 347 SS. ASTM-A352-LCB.125" diam holes per in*2.045" SS screen. Mack Iron PCL’ ’ASTM-A516 Gr.125" diam holes per in*2. w/SS screen ASTM-A217-WC6.WC6. w/SS screen 304 SS. 33-0. 33-0.125" diam holes per in*2. ASTM-A216-WCB.125" diam holes per in*2.6 ’30. Mueller 862-BC’ ’ASTM-A216 Gr. Mack Iron PCS mod’ ’ASTM-A216 Gr.WCB.CF8.60. 3 screen. SS screen. 20 mesh SS screen.LCB. Mack Iron PBS’ ’ASTM-A240 Type 304. 33-0. Mueller 862’ ’CS. Mack Iron PBL’ ’ASTM-A240 Type 316. NACE MR-01-75. 0.25Cr.2 31. covered. 304 SS. w/SS screen CS.2 ’31.125" diam holes per in*2. 2. Mueller 760 Series’ ’ASTM-A351 Gr. Mueller 860 Series’ ’304 SS. ASTM-A216-WCB. w/SS screen 316 SS/LO CS ASTM-A351-CF8M. 14 Ga.5Mo. Mueller 860 Series’ ’ASTM-A351 GR CF8M. 33-0.0 ’28.125" diam holes. Mack Iron PBS’ ’ASTM-A516 Gr. Mueller 860 Series’ ’ASTM-A217 Gr. w/SS screen ASTM-A240-304.CF8C.014 SS screen.028" SS screen. 33-0.125" diam holes per in*2. 33-0. Mack Iron PBS’ ’ASTM-A240 Type 304. w/SS screen CS. 33-0. Mueller’ ’ASTM-A182 Gr. w/SS screen ASTM-A351-CF8.60. Mack Iron PBS’ ’ASTM-A240-Type 321. 304 SS. 33-0. 0. Mueller 860 Series’ ’ASTM-A216 Gr. w/SS mesh 20X20. ASTM-A216-WCB. 0.CF8.125" diam holes per in*2. 33-0. w/SS mesh 20X20. 30 mesh covered.125" diam holes per in*2. Mack Iron BT-W’ ’CS. 33-0. 33-0. Mack Iron PBL’ ’ASTM-A240 Type 304. CS covered. SS screen.25Cr-0.156" diam holes per in*2.125" diam holes per in*2. low CS gasket ring. w/Monel screen CS CS. 20 mesh SS screen. ASTM-A516-60 w/SS w/SS w/SS w/SS w/SS screen screen screen screen screen ASTM-A216-WCB.125" diam holes per in*2. w/SS screen CS. Mack Iron BT-W’ ’CS. 150% open area. Mack Iron PBS’ ’ASTM-A240 Type 304. Mack Iron PCS’ ’ASTM-A516 Gr.25")’ LONG DESCRIPTION Strainer Specialties CS. w/SS screen CS.016" SS screen. Winston 51-WOP’ ’ASTM-A516 Gr. 33-0. Mack Iron PCS’ ’ASTM-A516 Gr. Mueller 860 Series’ ’ASTM-A516 Gr.60. Mueller 862-BC’ ’316 SS.4 ’27.6 30.CF8M 316 SS. w/0. 33-0. Mack Iron PBS’ ’ASTM-A216 GR WCB/SS screen. 33-0.057" SS screen. 0.02" wire diam’ D. Armstrong D1’ ’316 SS basket. w/30 mesh . 33-0.02" wire diam’ ’CS. w/SS screen ’CS. w/0. 20 mesh 0.0 28. 20 mesh 0. 20 mesh 0.188")’ (1. w/SS screen ASTM-A351-CF8. w/SS screen ASTM-A240-304.

125" diam holes per in*2. ductile iron. Mueller No 761’ ’ASTM-A395 DI. 316 SS screen.April 2002 ! ! 0 1 2 1 2345678901234567890 H PAA H H H H H ZAA ZAB ZAC ZAD ZAE SHORT DESCRIPTION ASTM-A351-CN7M.CN7M. 100 mesh SS screen. ductile iron. w/Alloy 20 screen ASTM-A395. ductile iron. w/Monel screen ASTM-A395. Monel screen. w/SS screen LONG DESCRIPTION ’ASTM-A351 Gr. Mueller 251-DI’ ’ASTM-A395.045" SS screen. Mueller 251-DI’ ’ASTM-A395. w/SS screen ASTM-A395. w/SS screen ASTM-A395. Ladish 6278’ ’ASTM-A395 DI. galvanized.057" diam perforated screen. galvanized.057" diam perforated screen. 33-0._ _______________ PDS Piping Component Data . 0. 0. Mueller’ ’ASTM-A395. Alloy 20 screen. 0. Mueller 751-DI’ 478 .045" SS screen. 0. galvanized. w/SS screen ASTM-A395.

w/guide’ ’Elbow 90 deg’ ’Reducer’ ’Tee’ ’Air manifold’ ’Restriction orifice’ ’Condensate pot’ ’Drip pot. w/connector & 5% extra drive rivets’ ’Vent plug’ ’Bugproof vent’ ’’ D. Commodity Codes 479 . w/5% extra bolts & nuts DS-8530-1/DS-8524-1’ ’Reducer connector offset’ ’Hold down clip.INSTRUMENT SPECIALTIES (PDS WILL NOT USE) I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I AA AD AE AJ BA BJ BO BP BR CB CN CP CR CS CT CU DA EA FF FR GM GP GR HC LA LB LC LD LE LF LG LH LL LR LT MA OR PC PD PP PS RA RB RG RO RR SC SF SL SO SP SS SW UA VA WR YA YB ZZ Air selector adapter Reducing adapter Syphon Banding kit Junction box Heated enclosure Pipe clamp Pipe hex nipple Machine bolt Nut Push clips Expansion anchor Split washer Threaded rod Machine screw Dampener Splice Filter. w/spring’ ’Push clips’ ’Expansion anchor’ ’Split washer’ ’Threaded rod’ ’Flat head machine screw’ ’Pulsation dampener’ ’Splice’ ’Filter. w/guide Elbow 90 deg Reducer Tee Air manifold Restriction orifice Cond pot Drip pot. tee type Filter regulator Gauge mounting kit Pressure gauge Receiver gauge Conduit clamp Ladder tray Channel Cover Dropout Expansion connector Flat connector Reducer connector offset Hold down clip._ _______________ Appendix D: Instrument Specialties Instrument Specialties ! ! ! 0 1 2 1 2345678901234567890 SHORT DESCRIPTION FIRST LETTER: I . w/mounting tab Seal patch Seal pot Air relay Booster relay O ring gasket Rotometer Relay Column mount support Floor mount support Line mount support Off-platform mount Support Platform mount support Surface mount support Wall mount support Packing gland Vert adapter Raceway. w/mounting tab’ ’Seal patch’ ’Seal pot’ ’Air relay’ ’Booster relay’ ’O ring gasket’ ’Rotometer’ ’Relay’ ’Column mount support’ ’Floor mount support’ ’Line mount support’ ’Off-platform mount support’ ’Platform mount support’ ’Surface mount support’ ’Wall mount support’ ’Packing gland’ ’Vertical adapter’ ’Raceway. w/connector Vent plug Bugproof vent LONG DESCRIPTION ’Air selector’ ’adapter’ ’Reducing adapter’ ’Syphon’ ’Banding kit’ ’Junction box’ ’Heated enclosure’ ’Pipe clamp’ ’Pipe nex nipple’ ’Machine bolt’ ’Nut. tee type’ ’Filter regulator’ ’Gauge mounting kit’ ’Pressure gauge’ ’Receiver gauge’ ’Heavy duty conduit clamp’ ’Ladder tray’ ’Channel’ ’Cover’ ’Dropout’ ’Expansion connector’ ’Flat connector.

51-2500’ ’ASTM-A106 Gr. S-80. Shirlee Ind 3101-2500-1’ ’ASME-SA105. S-80 ASTM-A106-B ASTM-A106-B CS CS CS CS CS CS CS CS CS ASTM-A106-B CS CS CS CS CS CS 480 . electro galvanized. galvanized Unistrut P-2033’ ’CS. w/303 SS inner tubes. galvanized Unistrut P-2024’ ’CS. Det MHA’ ’CS. Shirlee Ind 3101-5000’ ’ASTM-A106 Gr. Unistrut P-3300’ ’CS. electro galvanized Unistrut HFMS050100EG’ ’ASTM-A106 Gr. w/1 pipe & 1 angle double mount triple mount. Anderson-Greenwood CT7-44’ ’AISI-C1018. Hex 10025-002 thru 10030-002’ ’CS. 3" long’ ’ASTM-A106 Gr.B. Cajon Series RA’ ’AISI-C1018. w/1 pipe & 1 angle’ ’double mount’ ’triple instr mount._ _______________ PDS Piping Component Data . w/1 pipe & 1 plate’ ’triple instr mount.B. Det MAB & MAD’ angled inside outside straight w/air header w/o air header clamped cabled welded bolted U-bolt flanged SW THD FTE FTE x red MTE MTE back conn MTE MTE bottom conn male SW x FTE tube x tube MTE x FTE BW carbon steel CS CS AISI-C1018 AISI-C1018 ASTM-A106-B ASTM-A106-B CS CS CS ASME-SA105. w/1 plate double mount. SA106-B ASTM-A106-B. Det MIA’ ’CS. Shirlee Ind 2090-1000’ ’CS.B. Shirlee Ind 3101-5000’ ’CS. galvanized Unistrut P-2026’ ’CS. w/1 pipe & 1 plate panel. w/2 pipe & 1 plate’ ’single angle mount’ ’horizontal for ladder tray fittings’ ’double angle mount’ ’100’ band. Cajon S-MPW-7’ ’ASTM-A106 Gr. Det XAA’ ’CS. Shirlee Ind 2090-2500-1’ ’ASTM-A106 Gr. w/1 pipe & 1 plate’ ’panel. Shirlee Ind 3101-2500’ ’CS. w/2 pipe & 1 plate single angle mount horizontal double angle mount 100’ band.B. Det MDA & MEA’ ’CS. w/angle legs’ ’standard’ ’vertical for ladder tray fittings’ ’’ ’angled’ ’inside’ ’outside’ ’straight’ ’w/air header’ ’w/o air header’ ’’ ’clamped’ ’cables’ ’welded’ ’bolted’ ’U-bolt’ ’flanged’ ’socketwelded’ ’threaded’ ’female pipe thread’ ’female pipe thread x reducing male pipe thread’ ’male pipe thread back connection’ ’male pipe thread’ ’male pipe thread bottom connection’ ’male socketwelded x female pipe thread’ ’tube x tube’ ’male x female pipe thread’ ’buttwelded’ ’’ ’carbon steel’ ’CS AISI-1018. w/angle legs std vertical LONG DESCRIPTION ’single pipe instr mount’ ’single instr mount’ ’double pipe instr mount’ ’double instr mount. galvanized Unistrut P-1000 HS’ ’CS.B. w/100 clips’ ’double mount. Shirlee Ind 3100-5000’ ’CS. barstock.April 2002 ! ! 0 1 2 1 2345678901234567890 I A I B I C I D I E I F I G I H I I I J I K I L I M I P I S I V I Z I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I A I O S W X Z CA CB CC CD CE FA SW TA TF TG TL TM TN TS TT TX WB ZZ AAA AAC AAD AAE AAF AAH AAI AAJ AAK AAL AAM AAN AAO AAP AAQ AAR AAS AAT AAU AAV AAW AAX AAY ABA ABB ABC ABD ABE ABF ABG SHORT DESCRIPTION single pipe mount single mount double pipe mount double mount. w/100 clips double mount. w/1 plate’ ’double instr mount. w/spring Unistrut P-1010’ ’CS. w/1/16" eccentricity. SA106-B. Det MFB’ ’CS. galvanized Unistrut P-2037’ ’CS. Shirlee Ind 35.B. barstock. Det MAA & MAC’ ’CS. galvanized Unistrut P-2025’ ’CS. w/1 pipe & 1 plate triple mount.

Det MHC’ ’CS. Det MJY’ ’CS. Det MIF’ ’CS. Det MHB’ ’CS. Det MCE’ ’CS. Det MDK’ ’no matl specified’ Instrument Specialties D. Det MLB’ ’CS. Det MGB’ ’CS. Det MLI’ ’CS. Det MGA’ ’CS. Det MCG’ ’CS. Det MFG’ ’CS. Det MLF’ ’CS. Det MLD’ ’CS. Det MJZ’ ’CS. Det MBC’ ’CS. Det MBE’ ’CS._ _______________ Appendix D: ! ! 0 1 2 1 2345678901234567890 I ABH I ABI I ABJ I ABK I ABL I ABN I ABO I ABP I ABQ I ABR I ABS I ABT I ABU I ABV I ABW I ABX I ABY I ABZ I ACA I ACB I ACC I ACD I ACE I ACF I ACG I ACH I ACI I ACJ I ACK I ACL I ACM I ACN I ACO I ACP I ACQ I ACR I ACS I ACT I ACU I ACV I ACW I ACX I ADA I ADB I ADC I ADD I ADE I ADF I ADG I ADH I ADI I ADJ I ADK I ADL I ADM I ADN I ADO I ADP I ADQ I ADR I ADS I ADT I ADV I ADW I ADX I ADY I ADZ I AEB I AEC I AED I AEE I AEF I AEG I AZZ SHORT DESCRIPTION CS CS CS CS CS CS CS CS CS CS CS CS CS CS CS CS CS CS CS CS CS CS CS CS CS CS CS CS CS CS CS CS CS CS CS CS CS CS CS CS CS CS CS CS CS CS CS CS CS CS CS CS CS CS CS CS CS CS CS CS CS CS CS CS CS CS CS CS CS CS CS CS CS matl unspec LONG DESCRIPTION ’CS. Det MBG’ ’CS. Det MOG’ ’CS. Det MDC’ ’CS. Det MCD’ ’CS. Det MLL’ ’CS. Det MHE’ ’CS. Det MHG’ ’CS. Det MKB’ ’CS. Det MLC’ ’CS. Det MJX’ ’CS. Det MLG’ ’CS. Det MDF & MEF’ ’CS. Det MCB’ ’CS. Det MBF’ ’CS. Det MCF’ ’CS. Det MFA’ ’CS. Minerallac H75’ ’CS. Det MDH & MEH’ ’CS. Det MBA’ ’CS. Det MID’ ’CS. Det MBH’ ’CS. Det MPG’ ’CS. Det MLA’ ’CS. Det MAE & MAG’ ’CS. Det MHD’ ’CS. Det MBD’ ’CS. Det MIE’ ’CS. Det MHH’ ’CS. Det MDB & MEB’ ’CS. Det MIC’ ’CS. Det MIH’ ’CS. Det MAI & MAJ’ ’CS. Det MLJ’ ’CS. Det MKF’ ’CS. Det MLH’ ’CS. Det MAF & MAH’ ’CS. Det MKA’ ’CS. Det MLM’ ’CS. Det MIB’ ’CS. Det MDJ’ ’CS. Det MLK’ ’CS. Det MFF’ ’CS. Det MBB’ ’CS. Commodity Codes 481 . Det MHF’ ’CS. Det MLE’ ’CS. Det MHI’ ’CS. Det MDI’ ’CS. Det MFJ’ ’CS. Det MIG’ ’CS. Det MCC’ ’CS. Det MJA THRU MJK’ ’CS. Det MDD’ ’CS. Det MAK & MAL’ ’CS. Det MCA’ ’CS. Det MDG & MEG’ ’CS. Det MDE’ ’CS.

P-W Ind 1508-1301-04 or approved equal’ ’CS pre-galvanized steel. P-W Industries 4F14-1314-02’ ’aluminum alloy 6063-T6._ _______________ PDS Piping Component Data . P-W Industries 09-4F14-9112-(Size 1) Ser 2’ ’aluminum alloy 6063-T6. P-W Ind 18-1442-9012-(Size-1) Series 2 or approved equal’ ’CS. Shirlee Ind 3100-6500-304’ ’304 SS.April 2002 ! ! 0 1 2 1 2345678901234567890 I CAA I CAB I CAC I CAD I CAE I CAF I CAG I CAH I CAI I CAJ I CAK I CAL I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I CAM CAN CAO CAP EAB FAA IAA IAB IAC IAF IAG IAH IAI IAJ IBB IBC IBD IIH IIJ IIK IIL IIM IIN IIO IIP IIQ IIR IIS NAA NAB NAC RAA SAA SBB SBC SBD SCA SCB SCC SCD SCE SCF SCG SCH SCI SCJ TAA TAB TAC XXX ZAB ZAC ZZZ SHORT DESCRIPTION CS CS CS CS CS CS CS CS CS CS CS CS SS CS CS CS ASTM-A335-P11 316 SS FILTER stainless steel SS 316 SS 316 SS SS 316 SS 316 SS 316 SS SS SS SS ASTM-A312-304 ASTM-A479-316 ASTM-A479-316 304 SS 304 SS ASTM-A312-304 ASTM-A312-304 ASTM-A312-304 ASTM-A312-304 ASTM-A312-304 ASTM-A312-304 bronze brass brass die cast zinc aluminum die cast aluminum die cast aluminum die cast aluminum aluminum allloy aluminum alloy aluminum alloy aluminum alloy aluminum alloy aluminum alloy aluminum alloy aluminum alloy aluminum alloy aluminum alloy Teflon Viton Thermoplastic matl per reqn cast iron ASTM-A126 no matl reqd LONG DESCRIPTION ’CS. P-W Ind DS-9004-(Size 1) or approved equal’ ’CS. barstock. Hex 10025-002 thru 10030-002’ ’brass. Fisher 254’ ’ASTM-A126 cast iron. P-W Industries 09-4F14-9212-(Size 1) Ser 2’ ’aluminum alloy 6063-T6. Cajon Series RA’ ’304 SS.51-5000-304’ ’ASTM-A312 Type 304.53-2500-304’ ’ASTM-A312 Type 304. P-W Ind 1508-0012-04 or approved equal’ ’CS. P-W Ind 9987-0249-(Size-1) or approved equal’ ’CS. Cajon SS-4-RA-2’ ’316 SS. P-W Industries 09-4F14-0024-(Size 1)’ ’aluminum alloy 6063-T6. Yokogawa Hokushin Electric #T44A’ ’aluminum alloy 6063-T6. P-W Ind 1442-1302-02 or approved equal’ ’CS. w/1/16" eccentricity. -13’ ’aluminum’ ’die cast aluminum. Shirlee Ind 3101-5000-304’ ’bronze’ ’brass ASTM-B16. Masoneilan 77-40 or approved equal’ ’die cast aluminum. Rosemount O1151-0035-0003 or approved equal’ ’Viton. P-W Ind 1442-9212-(Size-1) or approved equal’ ’CS. w/carriage bolt & std spring’ ’ASTM-A335 Gr. Cajon MPW-A-IPS’ ’ASTM-A479 Type 316. nut & lockwasher or approved equal’ ’CS. P-W Ind 9985-1893-01. P-W Ind 1442-01-(Size-1)-(Size-2) or approved equal’ ’CS. Ashcroft 1009 or approved equal’ ’316 SS. Det XAB’ ’316 SS filter. Fisher Y602-7. Ashcroft 1008S or approved equal’ ’316 SS. P-W Ind 9996-0904-01 or approved equal’ ’316 SS. Hex HK111U24 no equal’ ’SS. w/bolt. P-W Ind 1442-2012-(Size-1) or approved equal’ ’CS. Nupro SS-(Size 1)-TF-7’ ’stainless steel’ ’316 SS ASTM-A479 TP316. Shirlee Ind 3101-2500-304’ ’ASTM-A312 Type 304. P-W Ind 18-1442-9112-(Size-1) Series 2 or approved equal’ ’CS. P-W Industries 5501-0016-(Size 1)’ ’Teflon. Masoneilan 77-4 or approved equal’ ’die cast aluminum. Rosemount 01151-0035-0001 or approved equal’ ’Thermoplastic. Shirlee Ind 35. P-W Ind 9985-1893-01. P-W Industries 4F14-1302-02’ ’aluminum alloy 6063-T6. P-W Ind 1442-1304-(Size 1) or approved equal’ ’CS. Dekoron 1540-10000 or approved equal’ ’matl per specification ??’ ’cast iron. w/316 SS inner & outer tube. Anderson-Greenwood CT7S-44’ ’316 SS. P-W Industries 09-4F14-2012-(Size 1) Ser 2’ ’aluminum alloy 6063-T6. Hex 10025-002 thru 10030-002’ ’316 SS’ ’316 SS. Varec 42S’ ’no matl required for this detail’ 482 . barstock. P-W Industries 9998-0249-(Size 1)’ ’aluminum alloy 6063-T6.P11. Ashcroft 1008A or approved equal’ ’ASTM-A312 Type 304. P-W Ind 2501-0016-(Size 1)-1301 & DS-8500-01 or approved equal’ ’TP304 SS. Shirlee Ind 2090-2500-1-304’ ’ASTM-A312 Type 304. P-W Industries 09-4F14-9012-(Size 1) Ser 2’ ’aluminum alloy 6063-T6. P-W Ind 1442-1314-02 or approved equal’ ’CS. Shirlee Ind 3101-6500-304’ ’ASTM-A312 Type 304. 1. P-W Industries 4F14-1304-(Size 1)’ ’aluminum alloy 6063-T6. Mid-West 150SH’ ’316 SS. Shirlee Ind 2090-5000-1-304’ ’ASTM-A312 Type 304. Fisher P-594-1’ ’die cast zinc.25Cr. Shirlee Ind 35. P-W Ind 18-1442-0024-(Size-1) or approved equal’ ’CS. 3" long’ ’ASTM-A479 Type 316.

both ends’ ’Sway brace’ ’Spring hanger’ ’Structural member’ ’Slide’ ’Structural shape’ ’Pipe bracket for vertical Vessel’ ’Vessel pipe guide’ ’Bolt-on vessel guide’ ’Pipe lugs for vessel bracket’ ’Snubber’ ’’ D. w/4 nuts’ ’Weldless eye nut’ ’Welded eye rod’ ’Pipe lug’ ’Beam’ ’Trapeze’ ’Vertical beam support’ ’Stabilizer’ ’Horizontal beam support’ ’Pick-up support’ ’Welding lug’ ’Frame support’ ’Flexible strut’ ’Vibration pipe clamp’ ’Pipe hanger rod assembly’ ’Instrument support’ ’Pipe anchor’ ’Pipe andhor & guide’ ’Bolt-on pipe shoe’ ’Bolt-on shoe & guide’ ’Bolt-on shoe anchor’ ’Pipe guide’ ’Pipe shoe. w/slide plate Bracket Base spring support Hvy 2-bolt clamp Hvy 3-bolt clamp Adj clevis Pipe clamp 3-bolt pipe clamp Riser clamp Dummy support Fastener U-bolt. w/slide Insul pipe support saddle Pipe shoe. w/slide bearing’ ’Insulated pipe support saddle’ ’Pipe shoe. Commodity Codes 483 . w/guides Pipe protection saddle Pipe support pad Pipe shoe Rod Threaded rod THD rod. w/slide plate’ ’Bracket’ ’Base spring support’ ’Heavy 2 bolt clamp’ ’Heavy 3 bolt clamp’ ’Adjustable clevis hanger’ ’Pipe clamp’ ’3 bolt pipe clamp’ ’Riser clamp’ ’Dummy extension support’ ’Fastener’ ’U-bolt. both ends Sway brace Spring hanger Structural member Slide Structural shape Vessel bracket Vessel guide Bolt-on vessel guide Vessel lugs Snubber LONG DESCRIPTION ’Base support non-adjustable’ ’Base support adjustable’ ’Welded beam attachment’ ’Base support rigid’ ’Bolt-on base support’ ’Bolt-on base spring support’ ’Bolt-on base support. w/slide plate NA base support. w/guides’ ’Pipe covering protection saddle’ ’Pipe support pad’ ’Pipe shoe’ ’Rod’ ’Threaded rod’ ’Threaded rod. w/nuts Weldless eye nut Welded eye rod Pipe lug Beam Trapeze Vert beam support Stabilizer Horiz beam support Pick-up support Welding lug Frame support Flexible strut Vibration pipe clamp Hanger rod assem Instr support Pipe anchor Pipe anchor & guide Bolt-on shoe Bolt-on shoe & guide Bolt-on shoe anchor Pipe guide Pipe shoe. w/slide plate’ ’Base support._ _______________ Appendix D: Pipe Supports Pipe Supports ! ! ! 0 1 2 1 2345678901234567890 SHORT DESCRIPTION FIRST LETTER: J .PIPE SUPPORTS (PDS WILL NOT USE) J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J BA BB BC BD BE BF BG BH BR BS CA CB CC CD CE CR DA EA EB EC ED FA FB FC FD FE FF FG FH FI FS GA HA IS PA PB PC PD PE PG PH PI PJ PK PP PS RA RB RC SB SH SM SP SS VA VG VH VL VS ZZ NA base support ADJ base support Welded beam attach Rigid base support Bolt-on base support Bolt-on base spring support Base support.

April 2002 ! ! 0 1 2 1 2345678901234567890 J A J B J C J D J E J H J K J L J U J Z J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J A B C D E F G H Z B C S Z A B C D E F G M N O P Q R S X Z AAA AAB AAC AAD AAE ACA ACB ACC ACD ACE ACF ACG ACH ACI ACK ACM ACN ADA ADD AEW AFA AFB AFG AFH AHA AHB AHC AHD AHE AHF SHORT DESCRIPTION Heat or uninsulated Cold or uninsulated Cold insulated Cold insul single layer Cold insul double layer Heat insulated Dual purp. 10 400-323-12 400-304-1 400-304-2 400-304-3 400-304-4 400-304-5 400-304-8 484 . 78. 400-303. 400-306. 400-307. 400-303. 400-306. 400-323. single layer Dual purp. 400-312. 400-303. 400-306. double layer’ ’Uninsulated’ ’’ ’Plate’ ’Flat bar’ ’Angle’ ’Channel’ ’I-beam’ ’Wide flange’ ’ST structural tee’ ’Tube’ ’’ ’Attach to concrete beam’ ’Attach to conc column’ ’Attachment to steel’ ’’ ’2"’ ’3"’ ’4"’ ’5"’ ’6"’ ’7"’ ’8"’ ’50 mm’ ’75 mm’ ’100 mm’ ’125 mm’ ’150 mm’ ’175 mm’ ’200 mm’ ’height per specification ??’ ’’ ’CS ’CS ’CS ’CS ’CS ’CS ’CS ’CS ’CS ’CS ’CS ’CS ’CS ’CS ’CS ’CS ’CS ’CS ’CS ’CS ’CS ’CS ’CS ’CS ’CS ’CS ’CS ’CS ’CS ’CS per per per per per per per per per per per per per per per per per per per per per per per per per per per per per per Specification Specification Specification Specification Specification Specification Specification Specification Specification Specification Specification Specification Specification Specification Specification Specification Specification Specification Specification Specification Specification Specification Specification Specification Specification Specification Specification Specification Specification Specification 400-303. 400-312. 8. 10’ 12’ 1’ 2’ 3’ 4’ 5’ 8’ Plate Flat bar Angle Channel I-beam Wide flange ST structural tee Tube Attach to conc beam Attach to conc col Attach to steel 2" 3" 4" 5" 6" 7" 8" 50 mm 75 mm 100 mm 125 mm 150 mm 175 mm 200 mm height per reqn CS CS CS CS CS CS CS CS CS CS CS CS CS CS CS CS CS CS CS CS CS CS CS CS CS CS CS CS CS CS Spec Spec Spec Spec Spec Spec Spec Spec Spec Spec Spec Spec Spec Spec Spec Spec Spec Spec Spec Spec Spec Spec Spec Spec Spec Spec Spec Spec Spec Spec 400-303-1 400-303-2 400-303-3 400-303-4 400-303-1A 400-306-2 400-306-1 400-307-1A 400-306-4 400-306-6 400-307-2A 400-306-8 400-306-7 400-307-3A 400-306-5 400-306-3 400-306-9 400-312-7 400-312-6 400-307-13 400-323-76. single layer’ ’Dual purpose. 400-304. 400-303. 400-307. 400-323. 400-306. 400-306. 400-307. 400-306. 400-306. 400-304. 400-304. 400-323. 400-304. 400-306. 80’ 82’ 6. 78. 400-304._ _______________ PDS Piping Component Data . double layer Uninsulated LONG DESCRIPTION ’Heat insulated or uninsulated’ ’Cold insulated or uninsulated’ ’Cold insulated’ ’Cold insulated single layer’ ’Cold insulated double layer’ ’Heat insulated’ ’Dual purpose. 400-306. Det Det Det Det Det Det Det Det Det Det Det Det Det Det Det Det Det Det Det Det Det Det Det Det Det Det Det Det Det Det 1’ 2’ 3’ 4’ 1A’ 2’ 1’ 1A’ 4’ 6’ 2A’ 8’ 7’ 3A’ 5’ 3’ 9’ 7’ 6’ 13’ 76. 80 400-323-82 400-323-6. 400-307. 400-323. 400-304. 8.

_ _______________ Appendix D: ! ! 0 1 2 1 2345678901234567890 J AHG J AHH J AHI J AHJ J AHK J AHL J AHM J AHN J AHO J AHP J AHQ J AHR J AHS J AHU J AHV J AHW J AHX J AHY J AHZ J BEL J BEM J BEN J BEO J BEP J BHA J BHB J CAA J CAC J CAD J CAE J CAG J CAH J FAA J FAB J FAC J FAD J FAE J FCA J FCB J FCC J FCD J FCE J FCF J FCG J FCH J FCI J FCK J FCM J FCN J FDA J FDD J FEW J FHA J FHB J FHC J FHD J FHE J FHF J FHG J FHH J FHI J FHJ J FHK J FHL J FHM J FHN J FHO J FHP J FHQ J FHR J FHS J FHT J FHU J FHV J FHW J FHX J FHY SHORT DESCRIPTION CS Spec 400-304-11 CS Spec 400-304-13 CS Spec 400-304-14 CS Spec 400-304-15 CS Spec 400-304-17 CS Spec 400-304-21 CS Spec 400-304-22 CS Spec 400-304-23 CS Spec 400-304-25 CS Spec 400-304-27 CS Spec 400-304-28 CS Spec 400-304-29 CS Spec 400-304-31 CS Spec 400-304-33 CS Spec 400-304-34 CS Spec 400-304-36 CS Spec 400-304-37 CS Spec 400-304-16 CS Spec 400-304-18 CS Spec 400-307-22 CS Spec 400-307-23 CS Spec 400-307-24 CS Spec 400-307-25 CS Spec 400-307-26 CS Spec 400-304-20 CS Spec 400-304-24 ASTM-A516-65 ASTM-A307-A ASTM-A36 ASTM-A105 ASTM-A36 CS Cr Spec 400-303-1 Cr Spec 400-303-2 Cr Spec 400-303-3 Cr Spec 400-303-4 Cr Spec 400-303-1A Cr Spec 400-306-2 Cr Spec 400-306-1 Cr Spec 400-307-1A Cr Spec 400-306-4 Cr Spec 400-306-6 Cr Spec 400-307-2A Cr Spec 400-306-8 Cr Spec 400-306-7 Cr Spec 400-307-3A Cr Spec 400-306-5 Cr Spec 400-306-3 Cr Spec 400-306-9 Cr Spec 400-312-7 Cr Spec 400-312-6 Cr Spec 400-307-13 Cr Spec 400-304-4 Cr Spec 400-304-6 Cr Spec 400-304-9 Cr Spec 400-304-12 Cr Spec 400-304-15 Cr Spec 400-304-16 Cr Spec 400-304-17 Cr Spec 400-304-18 Cr Spec 400-304-23 Cr Spec 400-304-24 Cr Spec 400-304-25 Cr Spec 400-304-26 Cr Spec 400-304-11 Cr Spec 400-304-13 Cr Spec 400-304-14 Cr Spec 400-304-21 Cr Spec 400-304-33 Cr Spec 400-304-34 Cr Spec 400-304-35 Cr Spec 400-304-36 Cr Spec 400-304-37 Cr Spec 400-304-38 Cr Spec 400-304-8 Cr Spec 400-304-20 Cr Spec 400-304-22 LONG DESCRIPTION ’CS per Specification 400-304. Det 5’ ’chrome steel per Specification 400-306. Det 37’ ’chrome steel per Specification 400-304. Grinnell Fig 140. Det 33’ ’chrome steel per Specification 400-304.65’ ’ASTM-A307 Gr. Det 22’ ’CS per Specification 400-304. Det 17’ ’chrome steel per Specification 400-304. Det 14’ ’CS per Specification 400-304. Det 27’ ’CS per Specification 400-304. Det 9’ ’chrome steel per Specification 400-312. Det 2A’ ’chrome steel per Specification 400-306. Det 37’ ’CS per Specification 400-304. Det 4’ ’chrome steel per Specification 400-304. Det 1A’ ’chrome steel per Specification 400-306. Det 25’ ’CS per Specification 400-304. Det 34’ ’chrome steel per Specification 400-304. Det 26’ ’chrome steel per Specification 400-304. Det 15’ ’chrome steel per Specification 400-304. Det 3’ ’chrome steel per Specification 400-306. Det 11’ ’CS per Specification 400-304. Det 38’ ’chrome steel per Specification 400-304. Det 4’ ’chrome steel per Specification 400-306. Det 20’ ’chrome steel per Specification 400-304. Det 16’ ’CS per Specification 400-304. Det 36’ ’CS per Specification 400-304. Det 16’ ’chrome steel per Specification 400-304. Det 8’ ’chrome steel per Specification 400-304. Det 23’ ’CS per Specification 400-307. Det 1’ ’chrome steel per Specification 400-307. Det 23’ ’CS per Specification 400-304. Det 25’ ’chrome steel per Specification 400-304. Det 14’ ’chrome steel per Specification 400-304. Det 35’ ’chrome steel per Specification 400-304. Det 26’ ’CS per Specification 400-304. Det 2’ ’chrome steel per Specification 400-306. Det 6’ ’chrome steel per Specification 400-307. Det 13’ ’CS per Specification 400-304. Det 12’ ’chrome steel per Specification 400-304. Det 31’ ’CS per Specification 400-304. Det 7’ ’chrome steel per Specification 400-312. Det 29’ ’CS per Specification 400-304. Det 2’ ’chrome steel per Specification 400-303. Det 25’ ’CS per Specification 400-307.A. Det 6’ ’chrome steel per Specification 400-307. Det 1’ ’chrome steel per Specification 400-303. Commodity Codes 485 . Det 8’ ’chrome steel per Specification 400-306. Det 13’ ’chrome steel per Specification 400-304. Det 24’ ’CS per Specification 400-307. Det 1A’ ’chrome steel per Specification 400-306. Det 6’ ’chrome steel per Specification 400-304. Det 4’ ’chrome steel per Specification 400-303. Det 24’ ’chrome steel per Specification 400-304. Det 24’ ’ASTM-A516 Gr. Det 23’ ’chrome steel per Specification 400-304. Det 9’ ’chrome steel per Specification 400-304. w/4 assembled nuts’ ’ASTM-A36’ ’ASTM-A105’ ’ASTM-A36. Det 3A’ ’chrome steel per Specification 400-306. Det 21’ ’CS per Specification 400-304. Det 34’ ’CS per Specification 400-304. Det 13’ ’chrome steel per Specification 400-304. Det 15’ ’CS per Specification 400-304. Det 21’ ’chrome steel per Specification 400-304. Det 36’ ’chrome steel per Specification 400-304. Det 17’ ’CS per Specification 400-304. Det 3’ ’chrome steel per Specification 400-303. Det 11’ ’chrome steel per Specification 400-304. Det 28’ ’CS per Specification 400-304. Det 18’ ’CS per Specification 400-307. Det 7’ ’chrome steel per Specification 400-307. w/tensile strength per Cat PH83’ ’chrome steel per Specification 400-303. Det 22’ ’CS per Specification 400-307. Det 33’ ’CS per Specification 400-304. Det 18’ ’chrome steel per Specification 400-304. Det 20’ ’CS per Specification 400-304. Grinnell Fig 162’ ’CS. Det 22’ Pipe Supports D.

Det 34’ ’SS per Specification 400-304. Det 12B’ ’see specification 400-312. Det 11’ ’see specification 400-303. Det 8’ ’see specification 400-303. Det 37’ ’SS per Specification 400-304. Det 1’ ’see specification 400-307.B7. Det 25’ ’SS per Specification 400-304. Det 102’ ’SS per Specification 400-323. Det 9’ ’see specification 400-303. 5’ ’see specification 400-307. Det 4’ ’see specification 400-307. Det 7’ ’SS per Specification 400-312. Det 12’ ’see specification 400-303. Det 13’ ’see specification 400-303. Det 6’ ’SS per Specification 400-307.25Cr’ ’ASTM-A387 Gr. Det 21’ ’SS per Specification 400-304. 78. Det 1’ ’SS per Specification 400-303. Det 18’ ’SS per Specification 400-304. w/vap barrier. 98. 78.22. Det 13’ ’SS per Specification 400-323. Det 7’ ’see specification 400-303. Det 2’ ’see specification 400-307. Det 76. Det 13’ ’SS per Specification 400-304. Det 24’ ’SS per Specification 400-304. Power Piping Powerfoam 9104’ ’rigid polyurethane foam. w/vapor barrier. Det 17’ ’SS per Specification 400-304. Det 35’ ’SS per Specification 400-304. Det 4’ ’SS per Specification 400-306. Det 8’ ’SS per Specification 400-306. 8. Det 6’ 486 . Det 14’ ’see specification 400-303. 3. Det 2’ ’SS per Specification 400-303. Det 6’ ’SS per Specification 400-306. 80’ ’SS per Specification 400-323. Det 4’ ’SS per Specification 400-304. Det 1’ ’SS per Specification 400-306.25Cr’ ’ASTM-A193 Gr. 3. 4. 8. Det 7’ ’SS per Specification 400-304.2H nuts’ ’SS per Specification 400-303. Det 2’ ’SS per Specification 400-306. Det 3’ ’SS per Specification 400-303.11. Det 12’ ’SS per Specification 400-304. Det 9’ ’SS per Specification 400-306. Det 3’ ’see specification 400-307.April 2002 ! ! 0 1 2 1 2345678901234567890 J GAA J GAB J GAC J IAA J IAB J IAC J IAD J IAE J ICA J ICB J ICD J ICE J ICG J ICH J ICK J ICM J ICN J ICO J IDA J IDD J IEW J IFA J IFB J IFC J IFD J IFG J IFH J IHA J IHB J IHC J IHD J IHE J IHF J IHG J IHH J IHI J IHJ J IHK J IHL J IHM J IHN J IHO J IHP J IHQ J IHR J IHS J IHT J IHU J IHV J IHW J IHX J IHY J TAA J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J TAB THS TZA XAE XAF XAG XAH XAI XAJ XAK XAL XAM XAN XDA XEA XEB XEC XED XEE XEF SHORT DESCRIPTION ASTM-A387-11 ASTM-A387-22 ASTM-A193-B7 SS Spec 400-303-1 SS Spec 400-303-2 SS Spec 400-303-3 SS Spec 400-303-4 SS Spec 400-303-1A SS Spec 400-306-2 SS Spec 400-306-1 SS Spec 400-306-4 SS Spec 400-306-6 SS Spec 400-306-8 SS Spec 400-306-7 SS Spec 400-306-5 SS Spec 400-306-3 SS Spec 400-306-9 SS Spec 400-306-10 SS Spec 400-312-7 SS Spec 400-312-6 SS Spec 400-307-13 SS Spec 400-323-76. 1. 2. Det 10’ ’SS per Specification 400-312. 2. Det 1A’ ’SS per Specification 400-306. 4. Det 15’ ’SS per Specification 400-304. Det 7’ ’SS per Specification 400-306. w/vapor barrier. w/4 assembled ASTM-A194 Gr. 2. Det 12’ ’SS per Specification 400-304. 80 SS Spec 400-323-82 SS Spec 400-323-96. Det 26’ ’SS per Specification 400-304. Det 82’ ’SS per Specification 400-323. 10 SS Spec 400-323-12 SS Spec 400-304-4 SS Spec 400-304-7 SS Spec 400-304-10 SS Spec 400-304-12 SS Spec 400-304-15 SS Spec 400-304-16 SS Spec 400-304-17 SS Spec 400-304-18 SS Spec 400-304-23 SS Spec 400-304-24 SS Spec 400-304-25 SS Spec 400-304-26 SS Spec 400-304-11 SS Spec 400-304-13 SS Spec 400-304-14 SS Spec 400-304-21 SS Spec 400-304-33 SS Spec 400-304-34 SS Spec 400-304-35 SS Spec 400-304-36 SS Spec 400-304-37 SS Spec 400-304-38 SS Spec 400-304-39 SS Spec 400-304-20 SS Spec 400-304-22 rigid polyurethane foam rigid polyurethane foam graphite 400-304-30 high-density Ca silicate Spec Spec Spec Spec Spec Spec Spec Spec Spec Spec Spec Spec Spec Spec Spec Spec Spec 400-303-6 400-303-7 400-303-8 400-303-9 400-303-10 400-303-11 400-303-12 400-303-13 400-303-14 400-303-12B 400-312-1. Det 10’ ’SS per Specification 400-304. Det 36’ ’SS per Specification 400-304. Det 3’ ’SS per Specification 400-306. Det 14’ ’SS per Specification 400-304. Det 1. Det 4’ ’SS per Specification 400-303. Det 10’ ’see specification 400-303. 100’ ’SS per Specification 400-323. Power Piping HI-TEMP 9238’ ’see specification 400-303. Det 96. Power Piping Powerfoam 9105’ ’graphite per Specification 400-304. 100 SS Spec 400-323-102 SS Spec 400-323-6. Det 39’ ’SS per Specification 400-304. Det 30’ ’high-density calcium silicate. Det 20’ ’SS per Specification 400-304. Det 38’ ’SS per Specification 400-304. Det 11’ ’SS per Specification 400-304. Det 5’ ’SS per Specification 400-306. Det 33’ ’SS per Specification 400-304. Det 16’ ’SS per Specification 400-304. 10’ ’SS per Specification 400-323. 98. 5 400-307-1 400-307-2 400-307-3 400-307-4 400-307-5 400-307-6 LONG DESCRIPTION ’ASTM-A387 Gr. Det 6’ ’see specification 400-303. Det 5’ ’see specification 400-307. Det 23’ ’SS per Specification 400-304. Det 6._ _______________ PDS Piping Component Data . Det 22’ ’rigid polyurethane foam.

23’ 400-323. 56. Det 14’ 400-307._ _______________ Appendix D: ! ! 0 1 2 1 2345678901234567890 J XEG J XEH J XEI J XEJ J XEK J XEL J XEM J XEN J XEO J XEP J XEQ J XER J XES J XET J XEU J XFA J XFB J XFC J XFG J XFI J XFJ J XFK J XFL J XFM J XFN J XGA J XGB J XGC J XGD J XHA J XHB J XHC J XHD J XHE J XHF J XHG J XHH J XIA J XXX Spec Spec Spec Spec Spec Spec Spec Spec Spec Spec Spec Spec Spec Spec Spec Spec Spec Spec Spec Spec Spec Spec Spec Spec Spec Spec Spec Spec Spec Spec Spec Spec Spec Spec Spec Spec Spec Spec SHORT DESCRIPTION 400-307-7 400-307-8 400-307-9 400-307-10 400-307-11 400-307-12 400-307-14 400-307-15 400-307-16 400-307-17 400-307-18 400-307-19 400-307-4A 400-307-7A 400-307-15A 400-323-1. Det 1. 68’ 400-314. 32. 18’ 400-323. 58 400-323-64. Det 7’ 400-307. Det 8’ 400-307. Det 4A’ 400-307. 22. Det 44’ 400-323. 18 400-323-19. 20. 43’ 400-323. 43 400-323-44 400-323-54. 2. 66. Det 18’ 400-307. 3’ 400-323. Det 64. Det 4’ 400-323. 56. 33’ 400-323. 68 400-314-1 400-314-2 400-314-3 400-314-4 400-304-19 400-304-20 400-304-1 400-304-2 400-304-3 400-304-26 400-304-27 400-304-28 464-56. Det 3’ 400-314. 16. 42. Det 1’ 400-314. Det 3’ 400-304. Det 26’ 400-304. 21. Det 15A’ 400-323. Det 27’ 400-304. 20. Det 34’ 400-323. Type PSC’ Pipe Supports D. Det 12’ 400-307. Commodity Codes 487 . Det 1’ 400-304. Det 41. Det 10’ 400-307. Det 14. Det 31. Det 16’ 400-307. 32. Det 19’ 400-304. Det 4’ 400-304.PSC ’see ’see ’see ’see ’see ’see ’see ’see ’see ’see ’see ’see ’see ’see ’see ’see ’see ’see ’see ’see ’see ’see ’see ’see ’see ’see ’see ’see ’see ’see ’see ’see ’see ’see ’see ’see ’see ’see ’’ specification specification specification specification specification specification specification specification specification specification specification specification specification specification specification specification specification specification specification specification specification specification specification specification specification specification specification specification specification specification specification specification specification specification specification specification specification specification LONG DESCRIPTION 400-307. Det 9’ 400-307. 42. 23 400-323-4 400-323-31. 58’ 400-323. Det 15’ 400-307. 3 400-323-14. 2. 22. Det 19. 66. Det 11’ 400-307. Det 20’ 400-304. Det 7A’ 400-307. Det 17’ 400-307. Det 2’ 400-314. Det 54. Det 2’ 400-304. 21. 16. Det 28’ 464-56. 33 400-323-34 400-323-41. Det 19’ 400-307.

25"’ ’0.375"’ ’0.April 2002 Labor codes ! ! ! 0 1 2 1 2345678901234567890 SHORT DESCRIPTION FIRST LETTER: L .5"’ LONG DESCRIPTION 488 .125" 0.438"’ 0 1 2 1 2345678901234567890 L CG SHORT DESCRIPTION 0._ _______________ PDS Piping Component Data .188" 0.375" 0.312"’ ’0.188"’ ’0.312" 0.LABOR CODES (PDS WILL NOT USE) L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L ! ! BA BB MA PA PB PC PD PE PW RA RB SA SB SC SP TA TB TC TD TE AZ BZ CZ DZ GZ HZ IZ JZ KZ NZ OZ PZ QZ TZ WZ XZ YZ ZZ AA AB AC AD AF AG AH AI AJ AK AL AM AN AO AW BA BB BC BD CA CB CC CD CE CF Bend (1-45 deg) Bend (46-90 deg) Miter elbow Pipe cut Pipe bevel Pipe J-bevel Pipe weld Preheat weld Pipe weld w/PWHT Stress rel weld Stress rel spool Unreinforced stub in Weld reinf stub in Pad reinf stub in Weld reinf stub in w/PWHT Liq pen test weld Impact test weld Mag part test weld X-ray test 1-shot weld X-ray test 2-shot weld 3-diam 4-diam 5-diam 6-diam 1-cut 2-cut 3-cut 4-cut 5-cut 90 deg 60 deg 45 deg 30 deg WOL/hdr weld BW fillet weld SW S-5S S-10S S-40S S-80S S-10 S-20 S-30 S-40 S-60 S-80 S-100 S-120 S-140 S-160 [???]|bore to match| S-LW S-STD S-XS S-XXS 0.25" 0.125"’ ’0.5" ’0.438" LONG DESCRIPTION ’Labor for bend 1-45 deg’ ’Labor for bend 46-90 deg’ ’Labor for miter elbow’ ’Labor for pipe cut’ ’Labor for pipe bevel’ ’Labor for pipe J-bevel’ ’Labor for pipe weld’ ’Labor for pipe preheating prior to welding’ ’Labor for pipe weld requiring post weld heat treatment’ ’Labor for stress relieving weld’ ’Labor for stress relieving pipespool’ ’Labor for unreinforced stub in branch’ ’Labor for weld reinforced stub in branch’ ’Labor for pad reinforced stub in branch’ ’Labor for weld reinf stub in branch requiring post weld heat treatment’ ’Labor for testing weld by liquid penetrant method’ ’Labor for testing weld by impact method’ ’Labor for testing weld by magnetic particle method’ ’Labor for testing weld by radiography (1 shot)’ ’Labor for testing weld by radiography (2 shot)’ ’3-diam’ ’4-diam’ ’5-diam’ ’6-diam’ ’1-cut’ ’2-cut’ ’3-cut’ ’4-cut’ ’5-cut’ ’90 deg’ ’60 deg’ ’45 deg’ ’30 deg’ ’weldolet to header weld’ ’buttwelded’ ’fillet weld’ ’socketwelded’ ’’ ’Sch 5S’ ’Sch 10S’ ’Sch 40S’ ’Sch 80S’ ’Sch 10’ ’Sch 20’ ’Sch 30’ ’Sch 40’ ’Sch 60’ ’Sch 80’ ’Sch 100’ ’Sch 120’ ’Sch 140’ ’Sch 160’ ’[???]’ ’light-weight’ ’standard-weight’ ’X-strong’ ’XX-strong’ ’0.

9 mm (0._ _______________ Appendix D: L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L ! ! CH CI CJ CK CL CM CN CO CP CQ CR CS CT CU CV CX DD MA MB MC MD ME MF MG MH MI MJ MK ML MM MN MO MP MQ MR MS MT MU MV NA NB NC ND NE NF NG NJ NK NL NM NN NO NP NQ NR NS NT NU PA PB PC PD PE PF PG PH PI PJ PK PL PM PN 0.875"’ ’0.125"’ ’1.0 mm’ ’7.0 mm’ ’11.8 mm’ ’3.0 mm’ ’25.75" 0.625"’ ’0.0 mm’ ’28.875" 0.9 mm 9.2 mm’ ’3.0 mm 16.375" 1.5 mm 3.625" 1.0 mm 22.0 mm 28.0 mm’ ’8.625")’ ’17.8 mm (0.625"’ ’1.0 mm 55.0 mm 25.0 mm 90.875")’ ’23.5 mm 11.0 mm 8.1 mm 12.0 mm 100.938"’ ’1"’ ’1.0 mm 60.5"’ ’1.0 mm 40.4 mm 7.0 mm’ ’60.1 mm (0.0 mm 3.8 mm’ ’4.2 mm 2.0 mm 18.375"’ ’1.6 mm 22.0 mm’ ’55.0 mm 12.062"’ ’1.3 mm 15.1 mm 20.188")’ ’6.125")’ ’4.438")’ ’12.25"’ ’1.4 mm (0.0 mm’ ’2.0 mm 32.812" 0.562" 0.2 mm 4.6 mm (0.1 mm (0.062" 1.688")’ ’19.2 mm 3.0 mm 7.938" 1" 1.0 mm’ ’16.7 mm 14.188" 1.2 mm (0.875"’ ’0.0 mm’ ’30.5 mm’ ’5.688" 0.0 mm 4.0 mm’ ’4.062")’ ’28.0 mm 35.5 mm 5.0 mm’ ’6.5")’ ’14.0 mm 6.5 mm 4.7 mm (0.0 mm 70.281"’ ’2.5 mm 9.0 mm’ ’3.188"’ ’1.0 mm’ ’12.938")’ Labor codes D.0 mm’ ’100.0 mm’ ’14.6 mm ’25.2 mm (0.0 mm’ ’90.375")’ ’11.8 mm 4.25")’ ’7.0 mm 45.75"’ ’0.0 mm (1.75")’ ’20.0 mm 28.4 mm (1")’ ’27.8 mm 6.5 mm (0.812")’ ’22.8 mm (0.3 mm (0.281" 2.0 mm’ ’40.5 mm’ ’9.125" 1.5 mm’ ’4.0 mm 38.0 mm 10.8 mm 5.0 mm’ ’10.125")’ LONG DESCRIPTION 489 .8 mm 3.0 mm’ ’32.562")’ ’15.25" 1.9 mm (0.9 mm 17.0 mm 11.0 mm’ ’22.0 mm 20.5 mm (0.0 mm 30.0 mm 3.4 mm 27. Commodity Codes 0 1 2 1 2345678901234567890 L PO L PP L PQ SHORT DESCRIPTION 25.0 mm’ ’2.312")’ ’9.812"’ ’0.0 mm 2.0 mm’ ’35.562"’ ’0.0 mm’ ’38.0 mm’ ’70.688"’ ’0.8 mm’ ’5.0 mm 50.2 mm’ ’2.0 mm 80.8 mm ’0.2 mm 23.2 mm 4.0 mm’ ’3.0 mm 2.0 mm 14.5 mm 19.0 mm’ ’18.5" 1.625" 0.6 mm (1.0 mm’ ’45.0 mm’ ’50.0 mm’ ’80.875" 0.5 mm’ ’3.2 mm’ ’4.0 mm’ ’20.

25Cr’ ’ASTM-A691/A387 Gr. 3Cr-1Mo’ ’Chrome (for reinforced welds & buttwelds)’ ’ASME-SA691 Gr. 2. 7Cr-0.P21.B. 5Cr-0.B. galv ASTM-A106-B. C-11.P12. per ASTM-A676’ ’ASTM-A53 Gr.25Cr-0. alum ASTM-A53-B.188")’ ’31.F22. ASTM-A285 Gr. cold expanded’ ’ASTM-A671 Gr. alum ASTM-A106-B. 1. 3Cr-1Mo’ ’ASTM-A335 Gr.25 Cr ASTM-A335-P12 ASTM-A335-P11 ASTM-A335-P22 ASTM-A335-P21 ASTM-A335-P5 ASTM-A335-P5B ASTM-A335-P5C ASTM-A335-P7 ASTM-A335-P9 ASTM-A336-F11 ASTM-A336-F22 ASTM-A336-F21 Chrome ASME-SA691-1.P5C.CC70 Cl.C60 CL22’ ’ASME-SA106 Gr.A.B.C’ ’ASTM-A672 Gr.A.2 mm 31.B.F11. aluminized. 5Cr-0.25Cr’ ’ASME-SA335 P11.25Cr ASTM-A691/A387-P9 ASTM-A691-2.B65’ ’ASTM-A106 Gr.5Mo’ ’ASTM-A335 Gr. aluminized. 1Cr-0. cold expanded’ ’API-5L Gr.P9 per ASTM-A691 modified’ ’ASTM-A691 Gr.5Mo’ ’ASTM-A335 Gr.22 ASME-SA53-B API-5L-B API-5L-B ASTM-A672-C60 ASME-SA106-B ASTM-A333-6 API-5L-A API-5L-B API-5L-B API-5L-A API-5L-B CS ASTM-A335-P1 ASTM-A335-P15 ASTM-A335-P2 ASTM-A691-CM70 ASTM-A691-5Cr ASTM-A387-P9 ASTM-A691-1. C-0.1.A25. 1.B. C-Mo’ ’ASTM-A691 Gr._ _______________ PDS Piping Component Data . 5Cr-0.B.6’ ’API-5L Gr.P5.P11.2 mm (1. w/0.P22.5Mo-Ti OR Cb’ ’ASTM-A335 Gr.25Cr-0. 2.5Cr’ ’ASTM-A387 Gr. cold expanded’ ’API-5L Gr.C’ ’ASTM-A672 Gr.25Cr ASME-SA335 P11 ASTM-A312 TP304 ASTM-A312 TP304L ASTM-A312 TP316L.03% C max’ ’ASTM-A312 Type 309’ ’ASTM-A312 Type 310’ ’ASTM-A312 Type 316’ ’ASTM-A312 TP316L’ ’ASME-SA312 Type 316L’ ’ASTM-A312 Type 317’ ’ASTM-A312 Type 321’ ’ASTM-A312 Type 321H’ 490 .75Cr-0. ASTM-A285 Gr. 9Cr-1Mo’ ’ASTM-A336 Gr.P1.5Mo’ ’ASTM-A691 Gr.5Mo’ ’ASTM-A336 Gr. per ASTM-A676’ ’ASTM-A106 Gr.8 mm ASTM-A53-B ASTM-A53-A ASTM-A53-F ASTM-A672-B65 ASTM-A106-B ASTM-A106-A ASTM-A106-C ASTM-A672-C60 ASTM-A53-B.5Mo’ ’ASTM-A335 Gr. cold expanded’ ’CS (for reinforced welds & buttwelds)’ ’ASTM-A335 Gr.03% C max ASTM-A312 TP309 ASTM-A312 TP310 ASTM-A312 TP316 ASTM-A312 TP316L ASME-SA312 TP316L ASTM-A312 TP317 ASTM-A312 TP321 ASTM-A312 TP321H ’30. 0.5Mo’ ’ASTM-A335 Gr.P2.22’ ’ASME-SA53 Gr.25Cr-1Mo’ ’ASTM-A336 Gr.8 mm (1. 22 HRC max’ ’API-5L Gr. galvanized’ ’ASTM-A135 Gr. 200 BHN max’ ’API-5L Gr.CC60 CL22’ ’API-5L Gr.25Cr-0.B.April 2002 L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L PR PS ZZ AAA AAB AAC AAD AAE AAF AAG AAH AAI AAJ AAK AAN AAO AAP AAQ AAR AAS AAT AAU AAY ABA ABB ABC ABE ABH ABL ABS ABT ABU ACS ACT AZA EEA EEB EEC EZZ FAA FAB FAC FAD FAE FFB FFC FFF FFG FFH FFI FFJ FFK FFL FGA FGB FGC FZA GAC GFD IIA IIB IIC IID IIE IIF IIG IIH III IIJ IIK 30.P7.5Mo’ ’ASTM-A335 Gr.2.B’ ’ASTM-A139 Gr.B. galv ASTM-A135-A ASTM-A135-B ASTM-A139-A ASTM-A139-B ASTM-A672-B65 ASTM-A671-CC60 API-5L-A25 Cl.B’ ’API-5L Gr.CM70.II ASTM-A671-CC70 Cl.B.5Mo-1. 200 BHN max’ ’ASTM-A671 Gr.B’ ’ASTM-A53 Gr.B.25Cr-0.F’ ’ASTM-A672 Gr. w/PWHT’ ’ASTM-A672 Gr.P15. Cl.P9’ ’ASTM-A691 Gr.A.B65. w/0.B’ ’ASTM-A333 Gr. 1.5Mo’ ’ASTM-A335 Gr.25")’ ’’ ’ASTM-A53 Gr.5Si-0.F21.5Si’ ’ASTM-A335 Gr.P9.C’ ’ASTM-A139 Gr.5Mo’ ’ASTM-A312 Type 304’ ’ASTM-A312 Type 304L’ ’ASTM-A312 Type 316L.II.P5B. cold expanded’ ’API-5L Gr.1.A’ ’ASTM-A53 Gr.25Cr-1Mo’ ’ASTM-A335 Gr.5Mo’ ’ASTM-A335 Gr.A’ ’ASTM-A135 Gr.C60’ ’ASTM-A53 Gr.B’ ’ASTM-A106 Gr. galvanized’ ’ASTM-A106 Gr.A’ ’ASTM-A106 Gr.

impact at -325 degF’ ’ASTM-A297 Gr. 9Ni’ ’ASTM-B165. Ni’ ’ASTM-A333 Gr.3.B. aluminized. Commodity Codes 491 . treated & wrapped’ ’ASTM-A106 Gr. Alloy 20’ ’ASTM-B241 Alloy 6063-T6. 3. T & W ASTM-A53-B. cement lined API-5L-B.B. treated & wrapped’ ’ASTM-A106 Gr. A240 Type 347’ ’ASTM-A358 Gr. aluminum. treated & wrapped’ ’ASTM-A53 Gr. aluminized. galvanized. treated & wrapped’ ’ASTM-A106 Gr.B._ _______________ Appendix D: ! ! 0 1 2 1 2345678901234567890 L IIL L IIM L IIN L IIO L IIP L IIQ L IIR L IIS L IIT L IIU L IIV L IIW L IIX L IIY L IIZ L IJQ L IJR L IJS L IJT L IJU L IJV L IJX L IJY L IKH L IKI L IKJ L IZA L MLF L MLI L MLS L OAA L OAB L PAA L SRF L SRG L SRH L SRJ L SRS L SRT L SZA L WAA L WAB L WAC L WAD L WAE L WAF L WXJ L WXK L WXL L WXM L WXN L WXV SHORT DESCRIPTION ASTM-A312 TP347 ASTM-A312 TP347H ASTM-A312 TP348 ASTM-A312 TP348H ASTM-A312 TP304H ASTM-A358-304 ASTM-A358-309 ASTM-A358-310 ASTM-A358-316 ASTM-A358-321 ASTM-A358-347 ASTM-A358-348 ASTM-A358-304L ASTM-A358-316L ASTM-A358-304H ASTM-A409-TP304 ASTM-A409-TP304L ASTM-A409-TP304.B. T & W ASTM-A106-B.321. cement lined. galvanized. A240 Type 321’ ’ASTM-A358 Gr.8. A240 Type 316’ ’ASTM-A358 Gr.309. T & W ASTM-A53-B. treated & wrapped’ D. annealed.CPH-20’ ’ASTM-A451 Gr. treated & wrapped’ ’ASTM-A53 Gr. impact at -325 degF’ ’ASTM-A358 Gr. modified’ ’ASTM-A451 Gr.316. impact at -325 degF ASTM-A409-TP316. impact at -325 degF’ ’ASTM-A409 Type 316. epoxy coated’ ’ASTM-A106 Gr.B. use welded stresses’ ’Inconel (for reinforced welds & buttwelds)’ ’API-5L Gr. A240 Type 348’ ’ASTM-A358 Gr. T & W ASTM-A53-B. as welded.348. cement lined’ ’API-5L Gr. treated & wrapped’ ’ASTM-A53 Gr. use welded stresses’ ’ASTM-B209 Alloy 6061-T6. impact at -325 degF ASTM-A409-TP316 ASTM-A409-TP316L ASTM-A358-304. A240 Type 304L’ ’ASTM-A358 Gr. impact at -325 degF’ ’ASTM-A409 Type 316’ ’ASTM-A409 Type 316L’ ’ASTM-A358 Gr.B. T & W ASTM-A53-B.B. impact at -325 degF ASTM-A297-HF modified ASTM-A451-CPH 20 ASTM-A451-HF modified SS ASTM-A333-3 ASTM-A333-4 ASTM-A333-8 ASTM-B165 Monel ASTM-B514 ASTM-B464 Alloy 20 ASTM-B241 6063-T6 ASTM-B241 6061-T6 ASTM-B241 Alloy 6061-T6 ASTM-B241 3003-H112 ASTM-B209 6061-T6 ASTM-B209 6061-T6 Inconel API-5L-B. A240 Type 316L’ ’ASTM-A358 Gr. UNS N08020. A240 Type 310’ ’ASTM-A358 Gr. treated & wrapped’ ’API-5L Gr. aluminized. T & Y tests required’ ’ASTM-B261 Alloy 6061-T6.4. A240 TP 304. as welded. cement lined. use annealed stresses’ ’ASTM-B209 Alloy 6061-T6. cement lined ASTM-A53-B. impact at -325 degF ASTM-A358-316. UNS N08800’ ’ASTM-B464. UNS N04400 Monel. seamless’ ’ASTM-B241 Alloy 3003-H112.316L. A240 Type 304’ ’ASTM-A358 Gr.310. T & W Labor codes LONG DESCRIPTION ’ASTM-A312 Type 347’ ’ASTM-A312 Type 347H’ ’ASTM-A312 Type 348’ ’ASTM-A312 Type 348H’ ’ASTM-A312 Type 304H’ ’ASTM-A358 Gr. treated & wrapped’ ’ASTM-A53 Gr.304H’ ’ASTM-A409 Type 304’ ’ASTM-A409 Type 304L’ ’ASTM-A409 Type 304. cement lined’ ’ASTM-A53 Gr. cement lined. T & W ASTM-A106-B. cement lined.HF modified’ ’SS (for reinforced welds & buttwelds)’ ’ASTM-A333 Gr.B. aluminized.B. T & W API-5L-B. galvanized.B.B. T & Y tests required’ ’ASTM-B241 Alloy 6061-T6.316. galvanized.B.304L. A240 Type 309’ ’ASTM-A358 Gr. 5" & under OD’ ’ASTM-B514 Category 2.5Ni’ ’ASTM-A333 Gr. A240 TP 316. T & W ASTM-A106. tol to A358.304. epoxy coated ASTM-A106-B.304. Cr-Cu.347.HF.

_ _______________ PDS Piping Component Data .CF8.April 2002 Miscellaneous Wetted Fittings ! ! ! 0 1 2 1 2345678901234567890 SHORT DESCRIPTION FIRST LETTER: M . w/eye wash’ ’Safety shower’ ’Flanged expansion joint’ ’Welded expansion joint’ ’Hose reel assembly’ ’Pig indicator for S-40 pipe’ ’Pig indicator for XS pipe’ ’Pig indicator for S-80 pipe’ ’Spray nozzle’ ’’ ’Speakman SE-505’ ’Spray Systems Co Whirljet A30 or approved equal’ ’Spray Systems Co HH7 or approved equal’ ’Spray Systems Co HH6W or approved equal’ ’Spray Systems Co H20 or approved equal’ ’Spray Systems Co Fulljet GG30 or approved equal’ ’Spray Systems Co Fulljet HH30 or approved equal’ ’Spraco full cone helix nozzle Model No 60-6713-1607’ ’Spraco full cone helix nozzle Model No 60-6313-1607’ ’Spraco full cone helix nozzle Model No 60-7413-2207’ ’Halprin Supply Co Fig No WF314 or approved equal’ ’T D Williamson Co Pig-Sig IID or approved equal’ ’’ ’ASTM-A351 Gr. Incoloy 800’ ’0. 304 SS’ ’ASTM-A276 Type 316. barstock. w/eye wash Safety shower Flanged expansion joint Welded expansion joint Hose reel assembly Pig indicator for S-40 Pig indicator for S-XS Pig indicator for S-80 Spray nozzle LONG DESCRIPTION ’Safety shower.059" perforations’ ’’ Speakman SE-505 Spray Systems Co Spray Systems Co Spray Systems Co Spray Systems Co Spray Systems Co Spray Systems Co Spraco Spraco Spraco Halprin Supply Co T D Williamson Co ASTM-A351-CF8 ASTM-A276-316 ASTM-B408 UNS N08800 0. 316 SS’ ’ASTM-B408 UNS N088000.059" perf 492 .MISCELLANEOUS WETTED FITTINGS M M M M M M M M M M M M M M M M M M M M M M M M M M M M AA AB EF EW HR PA PC PK SN ZZ AAAA ABBB ABBC ABBD ABBE ABBF ABBG ABBH ABBI ABBJ HAAA TAAA ZZZZ IAA IAB OAA XAI ZZZ Safety shower.

_ _______________ Appendix D: Miscellaneous Non-Wetted Fittings Miscellaneous Non-Wetted Fittings ! ! ! 0 1 2 1 2345678901234567890 SHORT DESCRIPTION FIRST LETTER: N .TP304 24 Ga sheet’ ’rubber’ ’polypropylene’ ’Teflon impregnated glass cloth’ ’cast iron’ ’ductile iron’ @@ ASTM-A307-A.MISCELLANEOUS NON-WETTED FITTINGS N N N N N N N N N N N N N N N N N N N N N N N N N N N N N N N N N N N N N N N N N N N N N N N N N AC AD AE AF AG AH AI AJ AK AL AM AP AQ CA CB EA FA FB FC FD FE FF FG FH FI FJ FK FL FM FN FO FP FQ FR FS ZZ AAAA AAAB BAAA BAAB BAAC ZZZZ AAA IIA VAA VAB VAC ZAA ZAB Vent stack cover Hose rack @@Shield for [426] CL150 flange @@Shield for [426] CL300 flange @@Shield for [426] CL600 flange Shield for [426] CL900 flange Shield for [426] CL1500 flange Shield for [426] API CL150 flange Shield for [426] MSS CL150 flange Shield for [426] API CL300 flange Shield for [426] MSS CL300 flange @@Shield for [426] CL300 orifice flange Shield for [426] CL600 orifice flange Chain wheel operator Chain wheel. w/impactor Gate valve ext stem @@Shield for [426] Smith 800 valve @@Shield for [426] Smith 815 valve @@Shield for [426] Smith 830 valve @@Shield for [426] Smith 860 valve @@Shield for [426] Smith C83 valve @@Shield for [426] Smith G80 valve @@Shield for [426] Smith G83 valve @@Shield for [426] Smith SB80 valve @@Shield for [426] Crane 33 valve @@Shield for [426] Crane 47 valve @@Shield for [426] Crane 76 valve @@Shield for [426] Crane 143 valve @@Shield for [426] Crane 151 valve @@Valve Shield for [426] Crane B-3655 @@Shield for [426] Crane B-3663 valve @@Shield for [426] Pacific 180 @@Shield for [426] Pacific 380 @@Shield for [426] Mission Duo-Chek II 15 @@Shield for [426] Mission Duo-Chek II 30 LONG DESCRIPTION ’Vent stack cover’ ’Hose rack’ ’Shield for [426] CL150 flange’ ’Shield for [426] CL300 flange’ ’Shield for [426] CL600 flange’ ’Shield for [426] CL900 flange’ ’Shield for [426] CL1500 flange’ ’Shield for [426] API CL150 flange’ ’Shield for [426] MSS CL150 flange’ ’Shield for [426] API CL300 flange’ ’Shield for [426] MSS CL300 flange’ ’Shield for [426] CL300 orifice flange’ ’Shield for [426] CL600 orifice flange’ ’Chain wheel operator’ ’Chain wheel operator w/impactor’ ’Gate valve extension stem’ ’Shield for [426] Smith 800 valve’ ’Shield for [426] Smith 815 valve’ ’Shield for [426] Smith 830 valve’ ’Shield for [426] Smith 860 valve’ ’Shield for [426] Smith C83 valve’ ’Shield for [426] Smith G80 valve’ ’Shield for [426] Smith G83 valve’ ’Shield for [426] Smith SB80 valve’ ’Shield for [426] Crane 33 valve’ ’Shield for [426] Crane 47 valve’ ’Shield for [426] Crane 76 valve’ ’Shield for [426] Crane 143 valve’ ’Shield for [426] Crane 151 valve’ ’Valve Shield for [426] Crane B-3655’ ’Shield for [426] Crane B-3663 valve’ ’Shield for [426] Pacific 180 valve’ ’Shield for [426] Pacific 380 valve’ ’Shield for [426] Mission Duo-Chek II 15 valve’ ’Shield for [426] Mission Duo-Chek II 30 valve’ ’’ ’Apex Hose & Specialty Inc’ ’Ramco Manufacturing Co’ ’Babbitt’ ’Rotohammer’ ’Stockham’ ’’ ’ASTM-A307 Gr. galv ASTM-A167-TP304 24 Ga rubber polypropylene @@Teflon impregnated glass cloth cast iron ductile iron D.A. Commodity Codes 493 . galvanized’ ’ASTM-A167 Gr.

w/split backing rings’ ’Hose.04"’ ’0. w/1 element’ ’2 process. w/sheath Multitube. heavy’ ’’ ’Type K’ ’Type L’ ’Type M’ ’0. w/couplings Hose.TUBING AND HOSE O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O ! ! A B C D E F G H J K L N O P Q R S T U V Z A B C D E F G L M Z A B E F M O W Z B G L S T U V W X Y Z AA AB AC BA BB BC BD BE BF BG Tube PE Structural tube PE Single tube.032"’ ’0. w/spl bk rings Hose. w/1 element’ ’1 process 1 trace.03"’ ’0.049"’ CL150 CL300 CL400 CL600 CL900 CL1500 CL2500 CL125 CL250 FFFE RFFE engineered hose FTE MTE smls welded 2 tube bundle 7 tube bundle 12 tube bundle 19 tube bundle 1 proc 1 elem 2 proc 1 elem 1 proc 1 trc lt 2 proc 1 trc lt 1 proc 1 trc hvy 2 proc 1 trc hvy Type K Type L Type M 0.049" 0 1 2 1 2345678901234567890 O BH SHORT DESCRIPTION 0. w/sheath’ ’Multitube. w/sheath & phone wire Multitube/sh/ph/sc Elect traced bundle Steam traced bundle Single tube/insul & jkt Double tube/insul & jkt Triple tube/insul & jkt Hose Hose. w/sheath’ ’Multitube. light’ ’1 process 1 trace. w/sheath Multitube.02"’ ’0._ _______________ PDS Piping Component Data .04" 0. w/flanged ends Hose.028"’ ’0.062" ’0. phone wire & support cable’ ’Electric traced bundle’ ’Steam traced bundle’ ’Single tube insulated & jacketed’ ’Double tube insulated & jacketed’ ’Triple tube insulated & jacketed’ ’Hose’ ’Hose. w/sheath & phone wire’ ’Multitube.035"’ ’0. w/sHeatH.028" 0. w/tube adapter ends’ ’Hose coupling female spud only’ ’Hose coupling male spud only’ ’Hose fitting’ ’Hose quick connect’ ’’ ’CL150’ ’CL300’ ’CL400’ ’CL600’ ’CL900’ ’CL1500’ ’CL2500’ ’CL125’ ’CL250’ ’’ ’flat face flanged end’ ’raised face flanged end’ ’engineered hose’ ’female pipe thread’ ’male pipe thread’ ’seamless’ ’welded’ ’’ ’2 tube bundle’ ’7 tube bundle’ ’12 tube bundle’ ’19 tube bundle’ ’1 process. heavy’ ’2 process 1 trace.April 2002 Tubing and Hose ! ! ! 0 1 2 1 2345678901234567890 SHORT DESCRIPTION FIRST LETTER: O .062"’ LONG DESCRIPTION 494 .03" 0. light’ ’2 process 1 trace. w/split backing rings’ ’Hose flanged ends. w/couplings’ ’Hose hub ends.035" 0.02" 0.032" 0. w/tube adap ends Hose coupling-F spud only Hose coupling-M spud only Hose fitting Hose quick connect LONG DESCRIPTION ’Tubing plain ends’ ’Structural tube plain ends’ ’Single tube.

12" 0. Ever-Tite Part A’ ’bronze. Goodall L-84’ ’polyethylene tube in light steel conduit’ ’polyethylene tube in galvanized steel armor’ ’Teflon.25"’ ’0. Dekoron 1000 Series’ ’high density polyethylene tube in PVC sheath’ ’high density polyethylene tube in polyethylene sheath’ ’Goodall N-2069.5"’ ’multi thk ??’ ’1. Dixon Boss X-34’ ’ASTM-A269 Type 304. Dekoron 2256-30A30’ ’ASTM-A269 Type 316. UNS No C12200’ ’ASTM-B68. Aeroquip No FD56-1037’ ’CS. polyethylene sheath. annealed’ ’solid 304 SS. iron. 060 temper._ _______________ Appendix D: O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O BI BJ BK BL BM BN BO BP MA MB ZZ AAD AAO AAP IIA IIB IIE IIF IIG IIH III IIJ IIK IIL IIM IIN IIO IIP IIQ IIR IIS IJF IJQ NAA NAB NAC NAD NAE NAF NPA NPB WYH WYI WYJ WYM WYN WYO WYS WYT WYU WYV WYW WYX WYY XXX ZBL ZBM ZBN ZBO 0. annealed. one end. Dekoron 2201’ ’brass. black PVC jkt. Dekoron 2256’ ’ASTM-A269 Type 316. iron. cadmium plated.12"’ ’0.065" 0.375"’ ’0. & 28’ D. Parker 422-208A 812-0’ ’ASTM-A269 Type 347. Evertite’ ’ASTM-A269 Type 316. Andrews 75-D-BR-VI’ ’ASTM-B280 copper. cadmium plated ASTM-A269-TP304 ASTM-A269-TP304L ASTM-A269-TP316 ASTM-A269-TP316 ASTM-A269-TP316 316 SS/preinsul/PVC 316 SS ASTM-A269-TP321 ASTM-A269-TP316 ASTM-A269-TP347 ASTM-A269-TP316 ASTM-A269-TP316 ASTM-A269-TP316 316 SS 316 SS ASTM-A269-TP316 ASTM-A269-TP316 ASTM-A213-TP316 solid 304 SS ASTM-B68 Cu copper/fibgl/PVC copper/fibgl/PVC brass bronze ASTM-B280 Cu ASTM-B68 Cu ASTM-B68 Cu ASTM-A269/poly sheath ASTM-A269/poly sheath ASTM-A269/poly sheath aluminum/poly sheath ASTM-B68 Cu/PVC sheath ASTM-B68 Cu/poly sheath Poly tube/PVC sheath Poly tube/poly sheath butyl blend tube nitrile blend tube poly tube/steel poly tube/galv steel TFE/304 SS mall mall mall mall iron.109" 0. Dixon X-34’ ’ASTM-B68. PVC coated’ ’ASTM-A269 Type 316. Air King AM Series’ ’malleable iron. 3T. copper. copper. black PVC jkt. other end. cadmium cadmium cadmium cadmium plated plated plated plated ’ASTM-A179. Snap-Tite H Series nipple end PHN-F/coupler end PHC-F’ ’ASTM-A269 Type 321.083"’ ’0. UNS No C12200. 23. annealed’ ’ASTM-A269 Type 304L. in PVC sheath. w/304 SS overbraid’ ’’ ’malleable iron. annealed’ ’ASTM-A269 Type 316.083" 0.375" 0. Dekoron 2266-30B30’ ’ASTM-A269 Type 316. annealed’ ’ASTM-A269 Type 316. Dekoron 1000 Series’ ’ASTM-B68 UNS C12200.76 mm ’0. UNS No C12200’ ’ASTM-B68. copper.0 mm 0. UNS No C12000’ ’ASTM-B68 UNS C12200 IN 3/8" fiberglass. cadmium plated. w/Dixon MX-16’ ’nitrile blend tube. fire-retard polyethylene sheath’ ’aluminum 5050-0 in fire retardant polyethylene sheath’ ’ASTM-B68 UNS C12200.5" multi thk per reqn 1. Air King #AM-18. annealed’ ’ASTM-A269 Type 316. cadmium plated.25" 0. IN polyethylene sheath.065"’ ’0. w/spiral textile cover. 1 tracer’ ’ASTM-A213 Type 316. Air King #AM-7 & 12’ ’malleable iron. copper. iron.0 mm’ ’0. preinsulated tubing. cadmium plated. polyethylene sheath. preinsulated tubing. Dekoron 2201’ ’ASTM-A269 Type 316. copper. black PVC jkt. 2 process.76 mm’ ’’ Tubing and Hose ASTM-A179 CS. Dekoron 2200’ ’316 stainless stl. Evertite Part FLA’ ’316 SS. Dekoron 2266’ ’ASTM-A269 Type 316. cadmium plated. cadmium plated CS. Dekoron 2202’ ’ASTM-A269-TP316. Parker 4412-208A 812-0’ ’316 SS. Air King #AM-8 & 13’ ’malleable iron. annealed’ ’ASTM-A269 Type 316. w/Dixon MG-36. cadmium plated.109"’ ’0. Dekoron 2200’ ’ASTM-B68 UNS C12200 IN 3/8" fiberglass. Commodity Codes 495 . Dekoron 2203’ ’ASTM-A269-TP316 smls. annealed’ ’CS.

6" long Nipple. 7" long @@Nipple. beveled x male threaded ends’ ’Nipple. 3" long @@Nipple. MTE/PE. w/split flanges’ ’Pipe. 5" long’ beveled ends. MTE. BE/PE. BE/MTE. ’Nipple. ’Nipple. 7" long’ plain ends. BE. beveled ends per ANSI-B16. 6" long Nipple. ’Nipple. w/tapered ends for split flanges’ ’Pipe. MTE. w/ends. 8" long’ male threaded x plain ends. plain ends’ ’Pipe. T&C @@Pipe. groved ends for Vic coupling Nipple PE Nipple. 7" long @@Nipple. 7" long’ male threaded ends. beveled ends. plain ends. 9" long’ >> P AG >> P AH P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P ! ! CB CC CD CE DU EA GA NM NN NO NP NQ OA OB OC OD OE OF OH OI OJ OK OL OM OO OP OQ OR OS OT PA PB PC PD PE PF PH PI PJ PK PL PM PO PP PQ PR PS PT QA QB QC QD QE 0 1 2 1 2345678901234567890 P QF SHORT DESCRIPTION Nipple. PE. BE. 7" long’ beveled x plain ends. T&C. 7" long’ beveled ends. BE. BE Pipe. 7" long Nipple. ’Nipple. MTE/PE. cmt cpld Pipe. 8" long’ beveled ends. ’Nipple. MTE Nipple. 3" long’ ’Nipple. 9" long’ plain ends. 3" long’ beveled x plain ends. 6" long @@Nipple. galv @@Pipe bend. 6" long’ beveled ends._ _______________ PDS Piping Component Data . ’Nipple. BE @@Pipe. ’Nipple. 9" long Nipple. ’Nipple. ’Nipple. 5" long Nipple. RFFE Pipe. MTE.25’ ’Pipe. 8" long @@Nipple. ’Nipple. 7" long Nipple. MTE. 9" long’ beveled x plain ends. BE/PE. ’Nipple. 8" long Nipple. 6 nominal pipe diameter radius. galvanized’ ’Pipe bend. 8" long’ plain ends. 8" long Nipple. male threaded x plain ends’ ’Nipple. 10D-BR. w/ends machined for rubber ring seals & coupled’ ’Duct’ ’Pipe. 5" long’ beveled x male threaded ends. 7" long’ male threaded x plain ends. 4" long Nipple. male threaded ends. 7" long @@Nipple. MTE. BE/MTE. BE/PE. beveled ends per ANSI-B16. 9" long’ 496 . ’Nipple. 7" long’ beveled x male threaded ends. ’Nipple. 9" long’ male threaded ends. 3" long’ ’Nipple. 4" long’ beveled x male threaded ends. w/split flg Pipe. BE. cement coupled nominal length’ ’Pipe. galvanized’ ’Pipe. ’Nipple. threaded ends’ ’Nipple. 5" long’ plain ends. ’Nipple.April 2002 Pipe ! ! ! 0 1 2 1 2345678901234567890 FIRST LETTER: P . PE. 8" long @@Nipple.25’ ’Pipe. BE Pipe. ’Nipple. BE. BE/MTE. beveled ends. PE. MTE/PE Nipple. 5" long @@Nipple. 3" long’ male threaded x plain ends. galv @@Pipe. MTE.PIPE P P P P P P AA AB AC AD AE AF SHORT DESCRIPTION LONG DESCRIPTION @@Pipe. 8" long Nipple. 6" long @@Nipple. 6" long @@Nipple. plain ends. ends grooved for Victaulic couplings’ ’Nipple. ’Nipple. 9" long Nipple. 6" long @@Nipple. ’Nipple. ’Nipple. 6" long’ male threaded ends. BE/PE. 8" long’ beveled x male threaded ends. PE Pipe. MTE/PE. 3" long @@Nipple. 8" long’ beveled x plain ends. 4" long @@Nipple. 10 nominal pipe diameter radius. 5" long Nipple. galv @@Pipe bend. 4" long’ beveled ends. 4" long’ male threaded x plain ends. ’Nipple. MTE/PE. 8" long Nipple. 4" long’ male threaded ends. BE Nipple. 7" long Nipple. 5" long’ male threaded ends. BE/MTE @@Nipple. ’Nipple. 3" long’ ’Nipple. 6" long’ beveled x plain ends. ’Nipple. 4" long @@Nipple. PE. ’Nipple. MTE. plain ends’ ’Nipple. ’Nipple. ’Nipple. ’Nipple. 9" long LONG DESCRIPTION ’Nipple. 5" long @@Nipple. 3" long Nipple. ’Nipple. 6D-BR. ’Nipple. BE/PE. BE/PE. BE/PE. beveled ends’ ’Nipple. beveled x male threaded ends. 9" long @@Nipple. 3" long @@Nipple. beveled ends per ANSI-B16. 4" long’ beveled x plain ends. ’Nipple. ’Nipple. ’Nipple. raised face flanged ends’ ’Pipe. 3" long @@Nipple. galvanized’ ’Pipe bend.25’ ’Pipe. 8" long’ male threaded ends. 6" long’ male threaded x plain ends. BE/MTE. male threaded x plain ends. MTE/PE. 5" long @@Nipple. ’Nipple. BE. ’Nipple. ’Nipple. 6" long’ plain ends. PE. ’Nipple. 9" long’ beveled x male threaded ends. BE/MTE. PE. 9" long ’Pipe. 5" long’ beveled x plain ends. PE. 9" long Nipple. PE. 3" long’ beveled ends. w/tapered ends Pipe. BE. 3" long Nipple. MTE/PE. 4" long @@Nipple. BE. BE/MTE. w/ends mach & cpld Duct Pipe. 5" long @@Nipple. threaded & coupled’ ’Pipe. 4" long Nipple. 6" long’ beveled x male threaded ends. 4" long @@Nipple. threaded & coupled. 5" long’ male threaded x plain ends. ’Nipple. 4" long’ plain ends. MTE/PE. BE/MTE. ’Nipple.

18’ lay lngth Pipe. 20’ laying length’ ’Pressure vessel’ ’Pipe. 85% JQ EFW. 100% casting quality’ ’electric fusion welded. 20’ laying length’ ’Pipe. spot X-ray. PE/BLE. 18’ lay lngth @@Pipe. spiral seam. longitudinal seam. Cl. Cl. push-on joint. Cl. longitudinal seam.1. long seam.12 100% joint quality’ ’’ ’forged & bored’ ’spool’ ’cast. 85% joint quality’ ’submerged arc welded. laying length per reqnt’ ’seamless’ ’electric fusion welded.12 100% JQ @@ forged & bored spool cast. plain x bell ends. longitudinal seam. 20’ lay lngth @@Pipe. 85% JQ ERW. 75% JQ BW. plain x bell ends. mortar joint. plain x mechanical joint bell ends. welded longitudinal seam. 85% joint quality’ ’electric fusion welded. longitudinal seam. spigot x bell ends. long seam. push-on joint. 85% joint quality’ ’electric fusion welded. spigot x bell ends. push-on jt @@Pipe. 100% X-ray 100% joint quality’ ’electric fusion welded. Cl. 10" long’ ’Nipple. 95% joint quality’ ’electric fusion welded.10. push-on joint. 90% CQ EFW. SPE/BLE. Cl. long seam. 80% joint quality’ ’electric fusion weld. long seam. DSAW. double buttwelded. laying length per reqnt’ ’Pipe. 90% casting quality’ ’electric fusion welded. longitudinal seam. PE. 85% JQ DSAW. long seam. plain ends. PE/MJBE. 12" long’ ’Reinforcing pad’ ’Pipe. 90% joint quality’ ’electric resistance welded.II. longitudinal seam. longitudinal seam. long seam. plain x mechanical joint bell ends. PE/MJBE. long seam. PE/BLE. push-on jt Pipe ’Nipple. push-on joint. 85% JQ @@DSAW. long seam. spiral seam. longitudinal seam. push-on jt. long seam. 100% X-RAY @@EFW. 80% JQ EFW. mortar jt @@Pipe. long seam. SPE/BLE. plain x bell ends.2. 100% CQ @@long seam. longitudinal seam. longitudinal seam. long seam. 85% joint quality’ ’double submerged arc welded. 85% JQ EFW. 18’ laying length’ ’Pipe. 100% joint quality’ ’electric fusion welded._ _______________ Appendix D: P P P P P P P P P P QJ QK QL RP UA UB UC UD UE UF @@Nipple. longitudinal seam. long seam.1.2. longitudinal seam. long seam. 18’ laying length’ ’Pipe. 85% JQ DSAW. spiral seam. PE/BLE. 11" long @@Nipple. Cl. longitudinal seam. PE. spiral seam. 75% joint quality’ ’buttweld. 100% JQ EFW. Cl. 85% JQ @@EFW. 5’ lay lngth @@Pipe. longitudinal seam. 100% JQ cast. long seam. plain ends.42 100% joint quality’ ’electric fusion welded. plain x bell ends. 85% joint quality’ ’double submerged arc welded. single welded. push-on joint. Cl. push-on jt.42 100% JQ EFW.22. PE/BLE. push-on joint. Cl. push-on jt. PE. plain ends.10 85% JQ SAW. push-on jt. Cl. Cl. 10’ lay lngth Pipe. Commodity Codes 0 1 2 1 2345678901234567890 P AN SHORT DESCRIPTION S-140 ’Sch 140’ LONG DESCRIPTION 497 . long seam. long seam.II. longitudinal seam. 10" long @@Nipple. 95% JQ EFW. 85% joint quality’ ’electric fusion welded. 100% joint quality’ ’cast. laying length per reqnt’ ’Pipe. Cl.22. 60% joint quality’ ’ ’ ’Sch ’Sch ’Sch ’Sch ’Sch ’Sch ’Sch ’Sch ’Sch ’Sch ’Sch ’Sch 5S’ 10S’ 40S’ 80S’ 10’ 20’ 30’ 40’ 60’ 80’ 100’ 120’ P VP P UW P UX P UY P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P ! ! AA AD AE AF AG AN AO AP AX BA CT GA GF JA JD JG JN JR JS JT JU JV MA PB PC WA ZZ AA AB AC AD AF AG AH AI AJ AK AL AM @@smls @@EFW. Cl. 100% JQ EFW. 85% JQ @@EFW. 85% joint quality’ ’electric resistance. 20’ lay lngth Pressure vessel @@Pipe. SPE/BLE. 90% JQ @@ERW. 12" long @@Reinforcing pad Pipe. 5’ laying length’ ’Pipe. longitudinal seam. 11" long’ ’Nipple. 60% JQ @@ S-5S @@S-10S @@S-40S @@S-80S @@S-10 @@S-20 S-30 @@S-40 @@S-60 @@S-80 @@S-100 @@S-120 D. Cl. 85% joint quality’ ’electric fusion weld. 85% joint quality’ ’double submerged arc welded. 10’ laying length’ ’Pipe. spigot x bell ends. 100% joint quality’ ’electric fusion welded.

125" 2.188" 0.125"’ ’1.5"’ ’2.281" 2" 2.625"’ ’0._ _______________ PDS Piping Component Data .0 mm 35.0 mm ’Sch 160’ ’[401]’ ’thk per specification ??’ ’light-weight’ ’standard-weight’ ’X-strong’ ’XX-strong’ ’extra-heavy’ ’0.5" 2.375"’ ’1.0 mm 30.875"’ ’0.625" 2.0 mm 80.25" 2.8 mm 3.0 mm 12.0 mm’ 498 .5" 1.625"’ ’2.0 mm 50.438"’ ’0.25" 1.0 mm 100.5"’ ’1.5 mm 9.375"’ ’0.062"’ ’1.875" 3.875"’ ’0.5"’ ’0.688" @@0.125"’ ’0.625"’ ’1.375" 1.688"’ ’0.0 mm’ ’35.562" @@0.812" 0.125"’ ’2.0 mm’ ’25.0 mm 7.0 mm 60.062" 1.0 mm 20.25" 0.75" 0.125" 0.0 mm’ ’7.5 mm’ ’3.April 2002 P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P AO AW AX BA BB BC BD BE CA CB CC CD CE CF CG CH CI CJ CK CL CM CN CO CP CQ CR CS CT CU CV CW CX DD EA EB EC ED EE EF EG EH FE MA MB MC MD ME MF MG MH MI MJ MK ML MM MN MO MP MQ MR MS MT MU MV NA NB NC ND NE NF NG NJ @@S-160 @@[401] thk per reqn S-LW @@S-STD @@S-XS @@S-XXS S-XH 0.25"’ ’2.625" 1.875"’ ’3.562"’ ’0.938" 1" 1.125" 1.875" 0.188" 1.5"’ ’2.5 mm’ ’5.0 mm 16.2 mm 2.188"’ ’1.5" 2.0 mm’ ’100.0 mm 10.375"’ ’2.2 mm’ ’4.5" 0.375" 0.0 mm’ ’50.5 mm 4.0 mm 8.312"’ ’0.2 mm’ ’2.8 mm’ ’4.25"’ ’0.0 mm 2.0 mm’ ’60.0 mm 2.75"’ ’2.5 mm 5.625" 0.0 mm’ ’10.438" 0.0 mm’ ’2.0 mm 6.0 mm’ ’30.312" 0.25"’ ’1.0 mm 40.75" 1.5 mm’ ’4.75"’ ’0.938"’ ’1"’ ’1.875" 0.188"’ ’0.0 mm’ ’8.812"’ ’0.0 mm’ ’12.375" 2.0 mm 25.8 mm 4.2 mm’ ’3.281"’ ’2"’ ’2.75" 2.0 mm’ ’2.0 mm 3.2 mm 4.0 mm’ ’6.0 mm 4.5 mm’ ’9.0 mm’ ’20.0 mm’ ’3.0 mm’ ’4.5 mm 3.0 mm’ ’16.0 mm’ ’80.8 mm 5.2 mm 3.0 mm’ ’40.8 mm’ ’5.8 mm’ ’3.75"’ ’1.

4 mm 7.0 mm 39.0 mm 14.0 mm 22.0 mm’ ’48.8 mm (1.062")’ ’28.0 mm’ ’43.B65.C60’ ’ASTM-A53 Gr.8 mm 25.8 mm (0.0 mm 55. galvanized’ ’ASTM-A135 Gr.0 mm’ ’56.6 mm 22.0 mm 18. galv ASTM-A106-B.0 mm 90.0 mm’ ’45.0 mm’ ’3.5 mm (0.0 mm’ ’14.7 mm 14.0 mm 26.3 mm (0.688")’ ’19.0 mm 70.0 mm 32.A.1 mm (0.0 mm 47.9 mm (0.3 mm 15.125")’ ’30.8 mm 37.0 mm’ ’22.F’ ’ASTM-A672 Gr.0 mm’ ’29. aluminized per ASTM-A676’ ’ASTM-A53 Gr.A’ ’ASTM-A53 Gr.0 mm 34.8 mm 6.0 mm 48. alum @@ASTM-A53-B.X52._ _______________ Appendix D: ! ! 0 1 2 1 2345678901234567890 P NK P NL P NM P NN P NO P NP P NQ P NR P NS P NT P NU P PA P PB P PC P PD P PE P PF P PG P PH P PI P PJ P PK P PL P PM P PN P PO P PP P PQ P PR P PS P PT P PU P PV P PW P PX P PY P PZ P QA P QB P QC P QD P QE P QF P QH P UH P UI P UJ P UK P VA P VB P VC P ZZ P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P AAA AAB AAC AAD AAE AAF AAG AAH AAI AAJ AAK AAN AAO AAP AAQ AAR AAS AAT AAV AAW AAX AAY AAZ SHORT DESCRIPTION 11.B’ Pipe D.0 mm’ ’18.75")’ ’20.0 mm 43.B’ ’ASTM-A53 Gr.C’ ’ASTM-A672 Gr. Commodity Codes 499 .CC60 CL22’ ’API-5L Gr.0 mm’ ’46.562")’ ’15.0 mm’ ’38.25")’ ’37.375")’ ’11.4 mm (0.0 mm’ ’55.0 mm CL50 CL51 CL52 @@thk per reqnt @@Wall-A @@Wall-B @@Wall-C @@ @@ASTM-A53-B ASTM-A53-A ASTM-A53-F ASTM-A672-B65 @@ASTM-A106-B ASTM-A106-A ASTM-A106-C ASTM-A672-C60 ASTM-A53-B.5 mm (0.5 mm 19.22’ ’ASTM-A53 Type E Gr.00 mm’ ’Class 50’ ’Class 51’ ’Class 52’ ’thickness per reqnt’ ’Wall-A’ ’Wall-B’ ’Wall-C’ ’’ ’ASTM-A53 Gr.X46.2 mm 23.0 mm 38.2 mm (1.6 mm 30.9 mm 9.6 mm (1.188")’ ’6. alum ASTM-A106-B.875")’ ’23.0 mm’ ’34.X42.0 mm (1.0 mm 3.2 mm (0.188")’ ’31.0 mm’ ’32.0 mm’ ’47.B. aluminized per ASTM-A676’ ’ASTM-A106 Gr.4 mm (1")’ ’27.1 mm 20.438")’ ’12.9 mm (0. cold expanded’ ’API-5L Gr.22 ASTM-A53-B LONG DESCRIPTION ’11.0 mm 44.9 mm 17.0 mm 56.B.C.6 mm (0. cold expanded’ ’API-5L Gr. ASTM-A285 Gr.0 mm’ ’41.B’ ’ASTM-A106 Gr.1 mm (0.0 mm 28.0 mm’ ’28.0 mm’ ’42.2 mm 31. 200 BHN max’ ’ASTM-A671 Gr.812")’ ’22.0 mm 45.2 mm (0.2 mm 4.8 mm (0.C.A’ ’ASTM-A135 Gr.0 mm’ ’26.A’ ’ASTM-A106 Gr.B.0 mm’ ’45.0 mm 42.0 mm’ ’44.0 mm 28.B. plate’ ’ASTM-A672 Gr.5 mm 11. plate’ ’ASTM-A139 Gr.4 mm 27.938")’ ’25.0 mm’ ’90.7 mm (0.0 mm’ ’70.0 mm 46.625")’ ’17. ASTM-A285 Gr.B’ ’ASTM-A139 Gr.312")’ ’9.25")’ ’7.CC70 Cl.5")’ ’14.0 mm’ ’39. galv ASTM-A135-A ASTM-A135-B ASTM-A139-A ASTM-A139-B ASTM-A672-B65 ASTM-A671-CC60 API-5L-X42 API-5L-X46 API-5L-X52 ASTM-A671-CC70 Cl.0 mm 41.125")’ ’4.1 mm 12. cold expanded’ ’ASTM-A671 Gr.B65’ ’ASTM-A106 Gr.0 mm 29.0 mm 45.B. galvanized’ ’ASTM-A106 Gr.

impact at -50 degF ’ASTM-A671 Gr.5Mo’ @@ASTM-A335-P9 ’ASTM-A335 Gr._ _______________ PDS Piping Component Data .P15. C-0. w/0.B.P5B. 3Cr-1Mo’ @@ASTM-A335-P5 ’ASTM-A335 Gr. C-1-1.P1.22.25Cr-0.304L’ ASTM-A358-316L ’ASTM-A358 Gr.1.P7.5Mo’ ASTM-A335-P15 ’ASTM-A335 Gr.P22.F11. impact at -325 degF’ ASTM-A409-TP316.1.03% C max ’ASTM-A312 Type 316L.B’ API-5L-B ’API-5L Gr.2.304’ ASTM-A358-309 ’ASTM-A358 Gr.5Mo’ ASTM-A336-F22 ’ASTM-A336 Gr.C60 Cl.P11’ ASME-SA335-P22 ’ASME-SA335 Gr.321’ ASTM-A358-347 ’ASTM-A358 Gr. impact at -325 degF ’ASTM-A409 Type 304.CM70.F22.P5C.316L’ ASTM-A358-304H ’ASTM-A358 Gr.5Si’ ASTM-A335-P5C ’ASTM-A335 Gr. 1. 2.5Mo’ ASTM-A335-P12 ’ASTM-A335 Gr. 22 HRC max’ API-5L-A ’API-5L Gr. w/PWHT ’API-5L Gr.25Cr-1Mo’ ASTM-A335-P21 ’ASTM-A335 Gr.25Cr.25Cr-0.5Mo-1. 2. 200 BHN max’ API-5L-B.P9’ ASTM-A691-2.5Mo’ @@ASTM-A335-P11 ’ASTM-A335 Gr.22’ @@ASME-SA106-B ’ASME-SA106 Gr. 7Cr-0.B.P12.B.B’ @@ASTM-A333-6 ’ASTM-A333 Gr. 2. impact at -325 degF’ ASTM-A409-TP316 ’ASTM-A409 Type 316’ 500 .347’ ASTM-A358-348 ’ASTM-A358 Gr.P5’ ASTM-A335-P5B ’ASTM-A335 Gr. w/PWHT’ @@ASTM-A671-CC70 Cl.03% C max’ ASTM-A312-TP309 ’ASTM-A312 Type 309’ ASTM-A312-TP310 ’ASTM-A312 Type 310’ @@ASTM-A312-TP316 ’ASTM-A312 Type 316’ ASTM-A312-TP316L ’ASTM-A312 Type 316L’ ASME-SA312-TP316L ’ASME-SA312 Type 316L’ ASTM-A312-TP317 ’ASTM-A312 Type 317’ @@ASTM-A312-TP321 ’ASTM-A312 Type 321’ ASTM-A312-TP321H ’ASTM-A312 Type 321H’ ASTM-A312-TP347 ’ASTM-A312 Type 347’ ASTM-A312-TP347H ’ASTM-A312 Type 347H’ ASTM-A312-TP348 ’ASTM-A312 Type 348’ ASTM-A312-TP348H ’ASTM-A312 Type 348H’ ASTM-A312-TP304H ’ASTM-A312 Type 304H’ @@ASTM-A358-304 ’ASTM-A358 Gr.A’ @@API-5L-B ’API-5L Gr. 2.B’ API-5L-B ’API-5L Gr. 1Cr-0.22 ’ASTM-A672 Gr. carbon moly’ ASTM-A691-5Cr ’ASTM-A691 Gr.25Cr’ @@ASME-SA335-P11 ’ASME-SA335 Gr. 5Cr-0.25Cr-0.348’ ASTM-A358-304L ’ASTM-A358 Gr. cold expanded’ CS ’CS’ ASTM-A335-P1 ’ASTM-A335 Gr.22. 2.310’ ASTM-A358-316 ’ASTM-A358 Gr. cold expanded’ API-5L-B ’API-5L Gr.A.5Mo’ @@ASTM-A312-TP304 ’ASTM-A312 Type 304’ @@ASTM-A312-TP304L ’ASTM-A312 Type 304L’ ASTM-A312-TP316L.P9’ ASTM-A336-F11 ’ASTM-A336 Gr. w/0.5Mo’ carbon moly ’carbon moly’ ASTM-A691-CM70 ’ASTM-A691 Gr.316’ ASTM-A358-321 ’ASTM-A358 Gr.5Si-0.25Cr-1Mo’ chrome ’chrome’ ASME-SA691-1.304H’ ASTM-A409-TP304 ’ASTM-A409 Type 304’ ASTM-A409-TP304L ’ASTM-A409 Type 304L’ ASTM-A409-TP304. 5Cr-0.P11’ ASTM-A335-P22 ’ASTM-A335 Gr.309’ ASTM-A358-310 ’ASTM-A358 Gr.25Cr-1Mo’ ASTM-A336-F21 ’ASTM-A336 Gr.F21.P21.25Cr ’ASTM-A691 Gr. impact at -325 degF ’ASTM-A409 Type 316.April 2002 ! ! 0 1 2 1 2345678901234567890 P ABA P ABB P ABC P ABD P ABE P ABH P ABL P ABS P ABT P ABU P ACS P ACT P AXZ P EEA P EEB P EXZ P EZZ P FAA P FAC P FAD P FAE P FFB P FFC P FFF P FFG P FFH P FFI P FFJ P FFK P FFL P FGA P FGB P FGC P FGE P FXZ P GAC P GFD P GFF P IIA P IIB P IIC P IID P IIE P IIF P IIG P IIH P III P IIJ P IIK P IIL P IIM P IIN P IIO P IIP P IIQ P IIR P IIS P IIT P IIU P IIV P IIW P IIX P IIY P IIZ P IJQ P IJR P IJS P IJT P IJU SHORT DESCRIPTION LONG DESCRIPTION @@ASME-SA53-B ’ASME-SA53 Gr. impact at -50 degF’ ASTM-A672-C60 Cl.25Cr ’ASTM-A691 Gr.25Cr ’ASME-SA691 Gr.CC70 Cl.B.P22.5Mo-Ti or Cb’ ASTM-A335-P7 ’ASTM-A335 Gr.5Cr’ ASTM-A691-1.6’ API-5L-A ’API-5L Gr.25Cr’ ASTM-A691/A387-P9 ’ASTM-A691/A387 Gr.F22. 3Cr-1Mo’ ASTM-A336-F22 ’ASTM-A336 Gr.

use annealed stresses’ ’ASTM-B209 Alloy 6061-T6.12454-B PVC’ ’ASTM-D2996-RTRP-11FE. use welded stresses’ ’ASTM-B168 Gr. treated & wrapped’ ASTM-A106/epoxy ’ASTM-A106 Gr. cement lined.11. double thickness cement lined.B. Incoloy._ _______________ Appendix D: ! ! 0 1 2 1 2345678901234567890 P IJV P IJX P IJY P IKH P IKI P IKJ P IXZ P MLF P MLI P MLS P OAA P OAB P PAA P SRF P SRG P SRH P SRJ P SRS P SRT P SRU P SRV P TAA P TAB P UAA P VAA P VBA P VBB SHORT DESCRIPTION ASTM-A409-TP316L @@ASTM-A358-304. Ni’ ’ASTM-A333 Gr. gland & bolts’ @@ASTM-C700 w/polyurethane compr coupl ’ASTM-C700 w/bonded polyurethane compression coupling per ASTM-C425’ ASTM-C76 Cl-I w/rubber gskt ’ASTM-C76 Cl-I w/rubber gasket per ASTM-C443’ ASTM-C76 Cl-II w/rubber gskt ’ASTM-C76 Cl-II w/rubber gasket per ASTM-C443’ @@ASTM-C76 Cl-III w/rubber gskt ’ASTM-C76 Cl-III w/rubber gasket per ASTM-C443’ ASTM-C76 Cl-IV w/rubber gskt ’ASTM-C76 Cl-IV w/rubber gasket per ASTM-C443’ @@ASTM-C76 Cl-III ’ASTM-C76 Cl-III’ API-5L-B/cement ’API-5L Gr. treated & wrapped.B.5Ni’ ’ASTM-A333 Gr. epoxy lined ’ASTM-A53 Gr.B. treated & wrapped’ @@ASTM-A53-B. cold drawn. 9Ni’ ’ASTM-B407 UNS N08800. annealed & pickled’ ’ASTM-B167 Gr. epoxy lined’ API-5L-B/epoxy. tol to A358. impact at -325 degF ASTM-A297-HF modified ASTM-A451-CPH 20 ASTM-A451-HF modified SS ASTM-A333-3 ASTM-A333-4 ASTM-A333-8 ASTM-B407 Incoloy ASTM-B514 ASTM-B464 Alloy 20 ASTM-B241-6063-T6 ASTM-B241-6061-T6 ASTM-B241-6061-T6 ASTM-B241-3003-H112 ASTM-B209-6061-T6 ASTM-B209-6061-T6 @@ASTM-B168-600 @@ASTM-B167-600 ASTM-F441 CPVC @@ASTM-D1785 PVC ASTM-D2996.B.4. Cr-Cu. galvanized’ ASTM-A106-B/T&W/galv ’ASTM-A106 Gr. epoxy lined @@ASTM-A74 w/rubber gskt @@AWWA-C151. w/CL150 flanges’ D.600 UNS N06600.B.3. mechanical joint w/preformed rubber gasket per ANSI/AWWA-C111/A21. asphalt coated. impact at -325 degF’ ’ASTM-A358 Gr.600 UNS N06600. seamless’ ’ASTM-B241 Alloy 3003-H112. cement lined/T&W ’ASTM-A53 Gr. reinforced epoxy lined’ ’ASTM-A74 w/preformed rubber gasket per ASTM-C564’ ’ANSI/AWWA-C151/A21.B. UNS N08020. epoxy lined.8. w/preformed rubber gasket per ANSI/AWWA-C111/A21. A240 TP 316.B.B. impact at -325 degF ASTM-A358-316. aluminum. asphalt coated. dbl thk cement lined w/gskt Pipe P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P VCA VDA VDB VDC VDD VDE WAA WAB WAC WAD WAE WAF WXJ WXK WXL WXM WXN WXV WXW WXX WXY LONG DESCRIPTION ’ASTM-A409 Type 316L’ ’ASTM-A358 Gr. as welded.HF modified’ ’ASTM-A451 Gr. impact at -325 degF’ ’ASTM-A297 Gr. 3. galvanized’ API-5L-B.B. Commodity Codes 501 .B. double thickness cement lined. aluminized. annealed & pickled’ ’ASTM-F441 Cl. as welded.304.B. UNS N08800’ ’ASTM-B464. epoxy coated’ ASTM-A106-B/alum/T&W ’ASTM-A106 Gr.glnd & blt ’ANSI/AWWA-C151/A21.51. cement lined’ API-5L-B/T&W ’API-5L Gr. w/CL150 ’API-5L Gr.B. treated & wrapped’ ASTM-A106-B/T&W ’ASTM-A106 Gr.51. treated & wrapped’ ASTM-A53-B/cement/T&W ’ASTM-A53 Gr.B. use welded stresses’ ’ASTM-B209 Alloy 6061-T6. epoxy lined’ ASTM-A53-B.B. epoxy lined ’API-5L Gr. aluminized. treated & wrapped.23447-B CPVC’ ’ASTM-D1785 Cl. treated & wrapped’ ASTM-A53-B/T&W ’ASTM-A53 Gr.HF modified’ ’SS’ ’ASTM-A333 Gr. cement lined. Alloy 20’ ’ASTM-B241 Alloy 6063-T6. treated & wrapped’ ASTM-A53-B/alum/T&W ’ASTM-A53 Gr.B. treated & wrapped’ ASTM-A53-B/T&W/galv ’ASTM-A53 Gr. T & Y tests required’ ’ASTM-B241 Alloy 6061-T6. cement lined’ API-5L-B/cement ’API-5L Gr. T & Y tests required’ ’ASTM-B241 Alloy 6061-T6.CPH-20’ ’ASTM-A451 Gr. cold drawn annealed’ ’ASTM-B514 category 2.316.11’ @AWWA-C151 dbl cmnt lind w/gskt.

socket ends’ ’Union. SE SE half coupling SE tang coupling SE 45 deg coupling @@Reducing coupling._ _______________ PDS Piping Component Data . SE SE red bush male x FTE @@Cap.SOCKET FITTINGS Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q AA AB AC AD AE BA BB CA HA HB HC HD HE LA LB LC PA PB SA TA TB TL TM XA Z R U Z AI AK ZZ TAA TAB ZZZ @@Coupling. socket ends’ ’Socket end half coupling’ ’Socket end tangential coupling’ ’Socket end 45 deg coupling’ ’Reducing coupling. socket ends’ ’Insert bushing. socket ends’ ’Socket end reducing bushing male x FPT’ ’Cap. SE SE plug SE plug 4" long SE reducer @@Tee. socket ends’ ’Socket end plug’ ’Socket end plug 4" long’ ’Socket end reducer’ ’Tee. fitting material seats’ ’Socket end union brass to fitting material seats’ ’Socket end union restriction orifice’ ’Socket end union O-ring seat’ ’Socket end union. socket ends’ ’Socket end reducing tee’ ’Socket end 45 deg lateral fitting’ ’Socket end 45 deg reducing lateral fitting’ ’Socket end cross’ ’’ ’cemented’ ’insulating’ ’’ ’Sch 40’ ’Sch 80’ ’’ ’ASTM-F439 CL. SE @@Union.12454-B PVC’ ’’ ASTM-F439 CPVC @@ASTM-D2467 PVC 502 . SE SE union Br/ftg SE orifice union SE union O-ring seat SE union.23447-B CPVC’ ’ASTM-D2467 CL. socket end. SE SE red 90 deg elbow @@45 deg elbow. SE SE red tee SE 45 deg lateral SE 45 deg red lateral SE cross @@ cemented insul @@ S-40 @@S-80 LONG DESCRIPTION ’Coupling. w/gasket’ ’90 deg elbow. w/gasket @@90 deg elbow. socket ends’ ’Socket end 90 deg reducing elbow’ ’45 deg elbow. SE @@Insert bushing.April 2002 Socket Fittings ! ! ! 0 1 2 1 2345678901234567890 SHORT DESCRIPTION FIRST LETTER: Q .

w/single end shut-off’ ’Quick connect assembly. w/full flow’ ’Quick connect body assembly._ _______________ Appendix D: Tubing Fittings Tubing Fittings ! ! ! 0 1 2 1 2345678901234567890 SHORT DESCRIPTION FIRST LETTER: R . solder joint’ ’Tubing sleeve’ ’Tubing union tee’ ’Tubing male run tee’ ’Tubing male branch tee’ ’Tubing female run tee’ ’Tubing female branch tee’ ’Tubing tee. solder joint’ ’Tubing female connector’ ’Tubing male connector’ ’Tubing bulkhead male connector’ ’Tubing bulkhead female connector’ ’Tubing reducing female connector’ ’Tubing reducing coupling. w/double end shut-off’ ’Quick connect body protector plug’ ’Quick connect stem protector cap’ ’Tubing reducer’ ’Tubing reducing port connector’ ’Tubing bulkhead reducer’ ’Tubing reducing coupling. w/double end shut-off’ ’Quick connect stem assembly. w/single end shut-off’ ’Quick connect stem assembly. w/full flow’ ’Quick connect stem assembly. w/double end shut-off’ ’Quick connect body assembly. solder joint’ ’Tubing 45 deg elbow.TUBING FITTINGS R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R BA CA DB DC FA FB FC FD FE HA HB HC IA LA LC LF LG LH LI NA PA QA QB QC QF QG QH QL QM QN QP QR RA RB RC RD SA TA TC TD TE TF TG TH VB VC VD VE VF VG XA C D F G K P Q R S T U V Z Tube clamp Cap Male adapter Female adapter Front ferrule Back ferrule Ferrule Sleeve Front & back ferrule Union Reducing union Bulk union Plastic tube insert Union elbow Male 45 ell Female elbow Male elbow Elbow 45 ell Nut Plug Quick conn assem Quick conn body assem Quick conn stem assem Quick conn assem Quick conn body assem Quick conn stem assem Quick conn assem Quick conn body assem Quick conn stem assem Quick conn body prot plg Quick conn stem prot cap Reducer Reducing port connector Bulkhead reducer Reducing coupling Tube sleeve Union tee Male run tee Male branch tee Female run tee Female branch tee Tee Reducing tee Female connector Male connector Bulkhead male connector Bulkhead female connector Reducing FEM connector Reducing coupling Union cross compression metal tube compression plas tube 37 flare 45 flare Crimp ring soft plas tube hi density plas tube Socketwelded silver braze solder THD/coned THD ferrule LONG DESCRIPTION ’Tubing clamp’ ’Tubing cap’ ’Tubing male adapter tube to pipe’ ’Tubing female adapter tube to pipe’ ’Tubing front ferrule for two ferrule fittings’ ’Tubing back ferrule for two ferrule fittings’ ’Tubing ferrule for single ferrule fittings’ ’Tubing sleeve for 3 piece flare fittings’ ’Tubing front & back ferruleS. w/single end shut-off’ ’Quick connect body assembly. w/full flow’ ’Quick connect assembly. Swagelok Ferrule-PAK’ ’Tubing union’ ’Tubing reducing union’ ’Tubing bulkhead union’ ’Plastic tubing insert’ ’Tubing union elbow’ ’Tubing male 45 deg elbow’ ’Tubing female elbow’ ’Tubing male elbow’ ’Tubing elbow. solder joint’ ’Tubing union cross’ ’metal tube compression’ ’plastic tube compression’ ’37 deg flare’ ’45 deg flare’ ’316 SS crimp ring’ ’soft plastic tube’ ’high density plastic tube’ ’socketwelded’ ’silver brazing’ ’solder’ ’threaded & coned’ ’threaded ferrule’ ’’ D. Commodity Codes 503 . solder joint’ ’Tubing nut’ ’Tubing plug’ ’Quick connect assembly. solder joint’ ’Tubing reducing tee.

LP Type. 30000 pound. cadmium plated brass brass. w/SS ferrule’ ’steel. Gyrolok’ ’brass. Walseal’ ’bronze’ ’brass inset. Zytel ferrule. Pressure Products Industries’ ’416 SS gland nut. Ermeto 8000’ ’ASTM-A182 Gr. flare. Imperial Hi-Duty’ ’brass.F316. Imperial Poly-Flo’ ’brass. w/SS ferrule. cadmium plated.April 2002 ! ! 0 1 2 1 2345678901234567890 R Z R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R A B C F G H I L M N O P Q R S T U Z AAA AAB AAP AAQ AAR AAS AAT AAU ABA IIA IIB IIC IIF IIG IIH III IIJ IIK IIN IIO IIP IIQ IIR IIS IIT IIU IIV IIW IIX IIY IIZ IJL NOA NOB NOF NOJ NPA NPC NPD NPE NPF NPG NPJ NPK NPM NPQ NPR NPS NPT NPU NPV NPW steel steel. Ermeto’ ’brass. cadmium plated.F304L’ ’ASTM-A182 Gr. Swagelok’ ’brass’ ’nickel plated brass. Triple-Lok’ ’ASTM-A182 Gr.F316. no equal’ ’brass. UNS C26800’ ’brass. cadmium plated brass brass brass brass brass brass. cadmium plated copper ASTM-B36 brass. Swagelok’ ’brass. w/SS ferrule steel. Pressure Products Industries’ ’ASTM-A182 Gr. cadmium plated. LP Type.F316’ ’316 SS body.F316. cadmium plated’ ’brass compression. 45000 pound. American Instrument Co’ ’ASTM-A182 Gr. Swagelok’ ’brass. 20000 pound. Swagelok’ ’ASTM-A182 Gr. Swagelok’ ’ASTM-A182 Gr. AMP-FIT’ ’brass. w/17-4 PH ferrule.F304. ferrule & nut brass.F316.F316.F316.F316.F304. American Instrument Co’ ’ASTM-A182 Gr. Tylok. knurled nut. knurled nut.F304’ ’ASTM-A182 Gr. cadmium plated steel. LP Type. Swagelok QC Series or approved equal’ ’ASTM-A182 Gr. w/heat treated CS ferrule. Tylok’ ’ASTM-A182 Gr. cadmium plated brass brass brass SHORT DESCRIPTION ’’ all tube all tube metal to plastic all copper female solder connections tube stub to tube tube stub to female pipe thread tube stub to male pipe thread tube stub to machined ferrule quick conn/FTE quick conn/MTE quick conn/tube tube x male pipe weld tube x FTE tube x MTE tube x FTE x tube tube x MTE x tube tube x tube x FTE tube x tube x MTE ’all tube’ ’all tube metal to plastic’ ’all copper female solder connections’ ’tube stub to tube’ ’tube stub to female pipe thread’ ’tube stub to male pipe thread’ ’tube stub to machined ferrule’ ’quick connect to female pipe thread’ ’quick connect to male pipe thread’ ’quick connect to tube’ ’tube x male pipe weld’ ’tube x female pipe thread’ ’tube x male pipe thread’ ’tube x female pipe thread x tube’ ’tube x male pipe thread x tube’ ’tube x tube x pipe female thread’ ’tube x tube x male pipe thread’ ’’ ’steel’ ’steel. Ermeto’ ’ASTM-A182 Gr. ferrule & nut brass. cadmium plated. Pressure Products Industries’ ’17-4 PH ferrule. Ermeto’ ’steel.F316. Swagelok’ ’steel. American Pamcor. w/SS collets. cadmium plated. w/SS ferrule steel steel steel steel.F321’ ’ASTM-A182 Gr. cadmium plated.F316. Swagelok’ ’316 SS’ ’ASTM-A182 Gr. Imperial Hi-Seal’ ’brass. cadmium plated’ ’wrought copper’ ’ASTM-B36. Ermeto 8000’ ’ASTM-A182 Gr. Imperial Hi-Duty’ LONG DESCRIPTION 504 . Swagelok’ ’brass. Tylok’ ’ASTM-A182 Gr. Imperial Hi-Seal’ ’steel. Swagelok QF Series or approved equal’ ’ASTM-A182 Gr. Zytel ferrule._ _______________ PDS Piping Component Data .F316. cadmium plated’ ’steel. Tylok’ ’bronze. Imperial Hi-Seal’ ’ASTM-A182 Gr. Imperial’ ’brass.F321. Tylok’ ’steel. American Instrument Co’ ’ASTM-A182 Gr. Swagelok’ ’steel.F316.F347. w/ SS collets stl/flare ASTM-A182-F304 ASTM-A182-F304 ASTM-A182-F304L ASTM-A182-F316 316 SS 17-4 PH ferrule 416 SS GLD nut ASTM-A182-F321 ASTM-A182-F321 316 SS ASTM-A182-F316 ASTM-A182-F304 ASTM-A182-F316 ASTM-A182-F316 ASTM-A182-F316 ASTM-A182-F316 ASTM-A182-F316 ASTM-A182-F316 ASTM-A182-F316 ASTM-A182-F316 ASTM-A182-F316 ASTM-A182-F316 ASTM-A182-F347 bronze bronze brass brass.

nut & split sleeve LONG DESCRIPTION ’brass. Swagelok. Kynar nut & KEL-F split sleeve’ Tubing Fittings D. Swagelok’ ’Monel’ ’Monel. Commodity Codes 505 ._ _______________ Appendix D: ! ! 0 1 2 1 2345678901234567890 R NPX R NPY R ONF R ONH R ONJ R ONO R SRH R SRS R SRU R TUA R TUF R TUL R TUY SHORT DESCRIPTION brass brass flare Hast B Monel Monel nickel aluminum aluminum aluminum black plastic polyethylene polystyrene Teflon. Swagelok’ ’nickel’ ’aluminum’ ’aluminum. Imperial Hi-Seal’ ’black plastic. no equal’ ’aluminum. Imperial Poly-Flo to Hi-Duty’ ’brass flare’ ’Hastelloy B. w/ferrule. American Pamcor. Amp-Fit’ ’polyethylene’ ’polystyrene’ ’Teflon body w/ferrule.

April 2002 Socketwelded Fittings ! ! ! 0 1 2 1 2345678901234567890 SHORT DESCRIPTION FIRST LETTER: S .F22. galvanized’ ’ASTM-A105. SWE @@Reducing tee. SWE SWE plug SWE plug 4" long SWE reducer @@Tee. MCC Marpac’ ’ASTM-A350 Gr.SOCKETWELDED FITTINGS S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S ! ! AA AB AC AD AE BA BB CA HA HB HC HD HE LA LB LC PA PB SA TA TB TL TM XA A B G Q R S Z R U V W X Z AI AK AO BB BC BD ZZ AAA AAD AAN AAS AAT ABB ABE FFB FFC FFF FFG FFH FFI FFK FFL GFD @@Coupling. socketwelded ends’ ’Socketwelded half coupling’ ’Socketwelded tangential coupling’ ’Socketwelded 45 deg coupling’ ’Socketwelded 3. socketwelded ends’ ’45 deg lateral. SWE SWE red 90 deg elbow @@45 deg elbow.F11’ cemented insul round bar hex bar API @@ S-40 S-80 S-160 S-STD S-XS S-XXS @@ @@ASTM-A105 ASME-SA234-WPB ASTM-A105. SWE @@45 deg lateral.5Mo’ ’ASTM-A182 Gr. SWE @@Union. SWE SWE union Br/ftg SWE orifice union SWE union O-ring seat SWE union. MCC Marpac’ ’ASME-SA105. SWE @@45 deg reducing lateral.25 long SWE insert SWE red bush male x FTE @@Cap. socketwelded ends’ ’Socketwelded 90 deg reducing elbow’ ’45 deg elbow. socketwelded ends’ ’Socketwelded cross’ ’CL150’ ’CL300’ ’CL2500’ ’CL3000’ ’CL6000’ ’CL9000’ ’’ ’cemented’ ’insulating’ ’round barstock’ ’hex barstock’ ’API’ ’’ ’Sch 40’ ’Sch 80’ ’Sch 160’ ’standard-weight’ ’X-strong’ ’XX-strong’ ’’ ’ASTM-A105’ ’ASME-SA234 Gr. w/gasket @@90 deg elbow.F5A. galv ASTM-A105 ASME-SA105 @@ASTM-A350-LF2 @@ASME-SA105 ASTM-A182-F12 @@ASTM-A182-F11 ASTM-A182-F22 ASTM-A182-F21 @@ASTM-A182-F5 ASTM-A182-F5A ASTM-A182-F7 @@ASTM-A182-F9 @@ASME-SA182-F11 0 1 2 1 2345678901234567890 S GFF SHORT DESCRIPTION ASME-SA182-F22 LONG DESCRIPTION ’ASME-SA182 Gr. socketwelded ends’ ’45 deg reducing lateral._ _______________ PDS Piping Component Data . SWE SWE half coupling SWE tang coupling SWE 45 deg coupling SWE coupling 3.25Cr-1Mo’ 506 .F11’ ’ASTM-A182 Gr.25" long coupling’ ’Socketwelded insert bushing’ ’Socketwelded reducing bushing male x FPT’ ’Cap.F12. 7Cr-0. SWE SWE cross CL150 CL300 CL2500 @@CL3000 @@CL6000 @@CL9000 LONG DESCRIPTION ’Coupling.F5’ ’ASTM-A182 Gr.5Mo’ ’ASTM-A182 Gr. socketwelded ends’ ’Socketwelded plug’ ’Socketwelded plug 4" long’ ’Socketwelded reducer’ ’Tee.25Cr-1Mo’ ’ASTM-A182 Gr.F21. 3Cr-1Mo to ASTM-A234’ ’ASTM-A182 Gr.F7. 2. socketwelded ends.F9’ ’ASME-SA182 Gr.LF2’ ’ASME-SA105’ ’ASTM-A182 Gr. socketwelded ends’ ’Union. 1Cr-0. 5.5Cr-0.WPB’ ’ASTM-A105. socketwelded ends’ ’Reducing tee. fitting material seats’ ’Socketwelded union brass to fitting material seats’ ’Socketwelded union restriction orifice’ ’Socketwelded union O-ring seat’ ’Socketwelded union.5Mo’ ’ASTM-A182 Gr.F22. 2. w/gasket’ ’90 deg elbow.

F304’ ’ASTM-A182 Gr.F316L.2% Mo min’ ’ASTM-B564 UNS NO8800.035% C max. Incoloy 800’ ’ASTM-B366 Gr. 2. special ASTM-B564 @@ASTM-B366-WPNC1 aluminum aluminum ASTM-F439 CPVC ASTM-D2467 PVC Socketwelded Fittings ’ASTM-A182 Gr.F348’ ’ASTM-A182 Gr.F316L’ ’ASME-SA182 Gr. w/0.F347H’ ’ASTM-182 Gr.F321’ ’ASTM-A182 Gr. Commodity Codes 507 .WPNC1 UNS N06600’ ’ASTM-B361. Alloy WP6061-T6.23447-B.F347’ ’ASTM-A182 Gr.F304L’ ’ASTM-A182 Gr.12454-B PVC’ D._ _______________ Appendix D: S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S IIA IIB IIE IIF IIG IIH IIJ IIL IIN IIP IIY IJF OAC OAD SRF SRG TAA TAB @@ASTM-A182-F304 @@ASTM-A182-F304L ASTM-A182-F310 @@ASTM-A182-F316 ASTM-A182-F316L ASME-SA182-F316L @@ASTM-A182-F321 ASTM-A182-F347 ASTM-A182-F348 ASTM-A182-F304H ASTM-A182-F347H ASTM-182-F316L. Alloy WP6063-T6. aluminum’ ’ASTM-B361.F310’ ’ASTM-A182 Gr.F316L’ ’ASTM-A182 Gr.F316’ ’ASTM-A182 Gr. 12% Ni min. aluminum’ ’ASTM-F439 Cl.F304H’ ’ASTM-A182 Gr. CPVC’ ’ASTM-D2467 Cl.

female threaded ends’ ’Threaded return bend medium’ ’Threaded cross’ ’CL150’ ’CL300’ ’CL2500’ ’CL125’ ’CL250’ ’CL2000’ ’CL3000’ ’CL6000’ ’CL9000’ ’’ ’male x reduced female thread’ ’female to reduced male thread’ ’male socketwelded x female threaded’ ’female socketwelded x female thread’ ’male x female threaded’ ’insulating’ ’round head’ ’hex head’ ’API’ ’square head’ ’’ ’Sch 40’ ’Sch 80’ ’Sch 160’ ’[???]’ ’light-weight’ ’standard-weight’ ’X-strong’ ’XX-strong’ ’’ 508 . female threaded ends’ ’Threaded adapter’ ’Threaded reducing adapter’ ’Union. female threaded ends’’ ’Threaded service tee’ ’Lateral. female threaded ends. female threaded ends’ ’Reducing tee. FTE FTE tang coupling THD combo coupling FTE coupling 3.25" long Red FTE coupling THD hex bushing THD fl bushing THD red bushing @@Cap. MTE MTE plug 4" long @@Reducer. FTE @@Reducing lateral. female threaded ends’ ’Tee. female threaded ends’ ’Threaded tangential coupling’ ’Threaded combination coupling’ ’Threaded coupling 3. female threaded ends’ ’Reducing threaded 90 deg elbow’ ’90 deg street elbow. female threaded ends’ ’Reducing lateral. FTE THD retn bend THD cross CL150 @@CL300 CL2500 CL125 CL250 CL2000 @@CL3000 @@CL6000 CL9000 @@ MTE/red FTE FTE/red MTE M SW/FTE F SW/FTE MTE/FTE insul @@round head hex head API sq head @@ S-40 S-80 S-160 [???]|bore to match| S-LW S-STD S-XS S-XXS @@ LONG DESCRIPTION ’Coupling. FTE @@Tee. male threaded end’ ’Threaded plug 4" long’ ’Reducer. fitting material seats’ ’Threaded union brass to fitting material seats’ ’Threaded union restriction orifice’ ’Threaded union O-ring seat’ ’90 deg elbow. FTE THD adapter THD red adapter @@Union. female threaded ends’ ’45 deg elbow.25" long’ ’Reducing threaded coupling’ ’Threaded hex head bushing’ ’Threaded flush bushing’ ’Threaded reducing bushing’ ’Cap. female threaded ends’ ’Plug. FTE FTE union Br/ftg FTE orifice union FTE union O-ring seat @@90 deg elbow. FTE @@Reducing tee. FTE Red THD 90 deg elbow @@90 deg street elbow. FTE @@Plug. FTE @@45 deg elbow. FTE THD serv tee @@Lateral._ _______________ PDS Piping Component Data .April 2002 Threaded Fittings ! ! ! 0 1 2 1 2345678901234567890 SHORT DESCRIPTION FIRST LETTER: T .THREADED FITTINGS T T T T T T T T T T T T T T T T T T T T T T T T T T T T T T T T T T T T T T T T T T T T T T T T T T T T T T T T T T T AA AC AD AE AF BA BB BC CA DA DB HA HB HC HD LA LB LC LD PA PB SA TA TB TC TL TM UA XA A B G L M P Q R S Z E F G H O U V W X Y Z AI AK AO AW BA BB BC BD ZZ @@Coupling.

F347H’ ’ASTM-A182 Gr.5% Ni min’ ’ASTM-A350 Gr.F12.5Cr’ ’ASTM-A182 Gr. modified ASTM-A182-F316L ASTM-A350-LF3 ASTM-B16 Cu/steel brass ASTM-B564 @@ASTM-B366-WPNC1 ASTM-B366 ASTM-B462 aluminum aluminum aluminum aluminum ASTM-F439 CPVC ASTM-D2467 PVC ASTM-A105 T&W ASTM-A105. barstock’ ’ASTM-A276 Type 316. C-0.25Cr-1Mo’ ’ASTM-A182 Gr. w/0. aluminum’ ’ASTM-B221. galv ASTM-A395 DI @@ASTM-A197 malleable iron.23447-B CPVC’ ’ASTM-D2467 Cl.F5’ ’ASTM-A182 Gr. barstock’ ’ASTM-A276 Type 304L. Alloy 3003-HII2.B’ ’ASTM-A108 UNS G10180’ ’AISI-1018 barstock’ ’AISI-1025 barstock’ ’AISI-4140 barstock’ ’ASTM-A350 Gr. special ASTM-A182-F316.5Mo modified. C-0.F11’ ’ASME-SA182 Gr.030% C max @@ASTM-A182-F321 ASTM-A182-F347 ASTM-A182-F348 ASTM-A182-F304H ASTM-A276-TP304 ASTM-A276-TP304L ASTM-A276-TP316L ASTM-A276-TP316 ASTM-A276-TP347 ASTM-A182-F347H ASTM-A182-F316L. Monel’ ’ASTM-B366 Gr. 5Cr-0. w/0.F9’ ’ASME-SA182 Gr.F22. Alloy GS42-A’ ’ASTM-F439 Cl._ _______________ Appendix D: ! ! 0 1 2 1 2345678901234567890 T AAA T AAE T AAF T AAM T AAN T AAT T AAU T AAX T AAY T AAZ T ABB T ABE T EEA T EEC T FFB T FFC T FFF T FFG T FFH T FFI T FFK T FFL T GFD T GFF T HIO T IIA T IIB T IIE T IIF T IIG T IIH T IIJ T IIL T IIN T IIP T IIQ T IIR T IIU T IIV T IIW T IIY T IJF T IJK T IJL T MLF T NAB T NAC T NPE T OAA T OAD T OND T PAA T SRG T SRJ T SRS T SRU T TAA T TAB T WAA T WAB T ZDK T ZDL T ZDM T ZDP SHORT DESCRIPTION @@ASTM-A105 ASTM-A106-B ASTM-A106-A ASTM-A105. galvanized’ ’ASTM-A395. w/0. 2.F347’ ’ASTM-A182 Gr. ductile iron.F321’ ’ASTM-A182 Gr.F22. barstock’ ’ASTM-A276 Type 347. brass’ ’copper/ASTM-A105’ ’brass’ ’ASTM-B564 UNS NO4400. ductile iron’ ’ASTM-A197 malleable iron.5% Ni min’ ’ASTM-A182 Gr. w/11.5Mo’ ’ASTM-A182 Gr.F316’ ’ASTM-A182 Gr. 3Cr-1Mo’ ’ASTM-A182 Gr.F316L. Commodity Codes 509 . Monel’ ’ASTM-B462 UNS NO8020.F7.F304H’ ’ASTM-A276 Type 304. malleable iron.F316L’ ’ASTM-A182 Gr.LF3.035% C max. treated & wrapped’ ’ASTM-A338.B’ ’ASTM-A106 Gr. galv ASTM-A395 DI.F1.WPNC1 UNS N06600’ ’ASTM-B366 Gr.5Mo’ ’ASTM-A182 Gr.F5A.030% C max’ ’ASTM-A182 Gr. alum @@ASTM-A105. barstock’ ’ASTM-A276 Type 316L.F21.LF2’ ’ASME-SA105’ ’ASTM-A182 Gr. Alloy 6061-T6’ ’ASTM-B26.03% C max.WPNC. 2. 1Cr-0.5Mo’ ’ASTM-A182 Gr. aluminized. w/0. galvanized’ D. w/0.F316L.A’ ’ASTM-A105. 12% Ni min. galvanized’ ’API-5L Gr. 7Cr-0.5Mo’ ’ASTM-A182 Gr.F11’ ’ASTM-A182 Gr. Alloy 6061-T6.F1 UNS K12822. T&W ASTM-A338 Mall. barstock’ ’ASTM-A182 Gr. galvanized’ ’ASTM-A395.5Ni’ ’ASTM-B16 UNS C36000. aluminum’ ’ASTM-B247. 2.F348’ ’ASTM-A182 Gr. 11. alum.F316L. galv Threaded Fittings LONG DESCRIPTION ’ASTM-A105’ ’ASTM-A106 Gr.25Cr-1Mo’ ’ASTM-A276 Type 410’ ’ASTM-A182 Gr.12454-B PVC’ ’ASTM-A105 treated & wrapped’ ’ASTM-A105. Alloy 20’ ’ASTM-B247. 3. aluminized to ASTM-A676’ ’ASTM-A105.F316 modified.F304’ ’ASTM-A182 Gr. galv API-5L-B ASTM-A108-G10180 AISI-1018 AISI-1018 AISI-4140 @@ASTM-A350-LF2 @@ASME-SA105 ASTM-A182-F1 ASTM-A182-F1 mod ASTM-A182-F12 @@ASTM-A182-F11 ASTM-A182-F22 ASTM-A182-F21 @@ASTM-A182-F5 ASTM-A182-F5A ASTM-A182-F7 @@ASTM-A182-F9 @@ASME-SA182-F11 ASME-SA182-F22 ASTM-A276-TP410 @@ASTM-A182-F304 @@ASTM-A182-F304L ASTM-A182-F310 @@ASTM-A182-F316 ASTM-A182-F316L ASTM-A182-F316L.F310’ ’ASTM-A182 Gr.2% Mo min’ ’ASTM-A182 Gr.F304L’ ’ASTM-A182 Gr.

_ _______________ PDS Piping Component Data . push-on jt @@PLE/MJBSE @@SPLE/BLSE. push-on jt @@BLE/PE/BLE. push-on joint’ ’mechanical joint bell ends’ ’spigot ends’ ’plain x mechanical joint bell ends’ ’spigot x bell ends. push-on joint’ ’plain large x bell small ends.1 drilling’ ’’ 510 . push-on jt @@PE/BLE. push-on joint’ ’mechanical joint bell x plain x mechanical joint bell ends’ ’plain ends’ ’’ ’Sch 40’ ’Sch 80’ ’X-strong’ ’Sch 160’ ’XX-strong’ ’Class 50’ ’Class 51’ ’Class 52’ ’standard-weight’ ’extra-heavy’ ’service-weight’ ’thk per specification ??’ ’’ A B C D E F G Z C D E F G H I J K L M N P R Z B C D E G L M N S T U X Z CL25 CL125 CL150 CL175 @@CL250 CL300 @@CL350 @@ @@FFFE/PE @@BLE. push-on jt MJBE/PE/MJBE @@PE S-40 S-80 @@S-XS S-160 S-XXS S-C50 S-C51 S-C52 S-STD @@S-XH S-SW thk per reqn @@ 0 1 2 1 2345678901234567890 U A U Z SHORT DESCRIPTION @@CL125 ANSI-B16.April 2002 Underground Fittings ! ! ! 0 1 2 1 2345678901234567890 SHORT DESCRIPTION FIRST LETTER: U . push-on jt @@BLE/SPE/BLE.1 drilling @@ LONG DESCRIPTION ’CL 125 ANSI-B16. push-on jt @@MJBE @@SPE @@PE/MJBE @@SPE/BLE.UNDERGROUND FITTINGS U U U U U U U U U U U U U U U U U U U U U U U U U U U U U U U U U U U U U U U U U U U U U U U U U U U U U U U U U U ! ! AA AD AI CA DC DD FA LA LB LC LD LG LH MA PA PB RA RB RC TA TB @@1/4 bend @@1/8 bend 1/16 bend @@Connecting piece @@Double hub Short solid sleeve @@Flanged connecting piece @@Wye @@Reducing wye True Wye True reducing wye Reducing wye w/branch cleanout Reducing wye w/main cleanout @@Body ferrule w/thrd plug Threaded plug @@Plug @@Concentric reducer Eccentric reducer @@Concentric increaser @@Tee @@Reducing tee LONG DESCRIPTION ’Quarter bend’ ’Eight bend’ ’Sixthteen bend’ ’Connecting piece’ ’Double hub’ ’Short solid sleeve’ ’Flanged connecting piece’ ’Wye’ ’Reducing wye’ ’True wye’ ’True reducing wye’ ’Reducing wye with branch cleanout with threaded plug’ ’Reducing wye with main cleanout with threaded plug’ ’Body ferrule with threaded plug’ ’Threaded plug’ ’Plug’ ’Concentric reducer’ ’Eccentric reducer’ ’Concentric increaser’ ’Tee’ ’Reducing tee’ ’ ’ ’CL25’ ’CL125’ ’CL150’ ’CL175’ ’CL250’ ’CL300’ ’CL350’ ’’ ’flat face flanged end x plain end’ ’bell ends. push-on joint’ ’bell x spigot x bell ends. push-on jt @@PLE/BLSE. push-on joint’ ’bell x plain x bell ends. push-on joint’ ’plain x bell ends. push-on joint’ ’plain large x mechanical joint bell small ends’ ’spigot large x bell small ends.

_ _______________ Appendix D: U U VAA VBA @@ASTM-A74 w/rubber gskt AWWA-C110.11’ @AWWA-C110.10 double thickness cement lined. dbl thk cement lined ’ANSI/AWWA-C110/A21. push-on joint w/preformed rubber gasket per ANSI/AWWA-C111/A21. asphalt coated’ D. mechanical w/preformed rubber gasket per ANSI/AWWA-C111/A21. asphalt coated.10.10. asphalt coated.11. double thickness cement lined.11. asphalt coated. asphalt coated.10.glnd & blt ’ANSI/AWWA-C110/A21. dbl cmnt lnd w/gskt. gland & bolts’ @@ASTM-C700 w/polyurethane compr coupl ’ASTM-C700 w/bonded polyurethane compression coupling per ASTM-C425’ @@polyurethane/clay ’polyurethane/clay’ @@ASTM-A74 w/brass plug ’ASTM-A74 w/brass plug’ @@AWWA-C110.10. push-on joint w/preformed rubber gasket per ANSI/AWWA-C111/A21. gland & bolts’ AWWA-C110 w/gskt ’ANSI/AWWA-C110/A21.11’ AWWA-C110 w/gskt. dbl thk cement lined w/gskt U VBB U U U U U U VBC VBD VCA VCB VGH VGI Underground Fittings ’ASTM-A74 w/preformed rubber gasket per ASTM-C564’ ’ANSI/AWWA-C110/A21. double thickness cement lined. mechanical w/preformed rubber gasket per ANSI/AWWA-C111/A21. Commodity Codes 511 .glnd & blt ’ANSI/AWWA-C110/A21.

63-125 Ra finish’ ’raised face flanged ends. wafer’ ’valve ??’ ’Y-globe valve’ ’CL150’ ’CL300’ ’CL400’ ’CL600’ ’CL900’ ’CL1500’ ’CL2500’ ’CL4500’ ’CL75’ ’CL125’ ’CL250’ ’CL200’ ’CL2000’ ’CL3000’ ’CL5000’ ’CL10000’ ’CL15000’ ’CL20000’ ’CL800’ ’3000 WOG’ ’6000 WOG’ ’rating ??’ ’flat face flanged ends’ ’raised face flanged ends’ ’raised face flanged ends.VALVES V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V ! ! A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P R S T V W X Y A B C D E F G H K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X A B D E F G H J K L M N O P R S T SHORT DESCRIPTION LONG DESCRIPTION @@Gate valve @@Globe valve @@Check valve @@Ball valve @@Plug valve @@Butterfly valve @@HP butterfly valve Diaphragm valve Control valve Slide valve Knife valve @@Angle valve Sample valve @@Needle valve @@Deluge valve Pipeline valve Relief valve Stop check Flush bottom valve Instr valve @@Check valve. 3 Ra finish @@SWE @@FTE ’Gate valve’ ’Globe valve’ ’Check valve’ ’Ball valve’ ’Plug valve’ ’Butterfly valve’ ’High performance butterfly valve’ ’Diaphragm valve’ ’Control valve’ ’Slide valve’ ’Knife valve’ ’Angle valve’ ’Sampling valve’ ’Needle valve’ ’Deluge valve’ ’Pipeline valve’ ’Relief valve’ ’Stop check’ ’Flush bottom valve’ ’Instrument valve’ ’Check valve. 63-125 Ra finish RFFE. 63-250 Ra finish’ ’raised face flanged ends. 3 Ra finish’ ’socketwelded ends’ ’female threaded ends’ 0 1 2 1 2345678901234567890 V U SHORT DESCRIPTION tube conn ’tubing connection’ LONG DESCRIPTION 512 . wafer Special valve per reqn @@Y-globe valve @@CL150 @@CL300 @@CL400 @@CL600 @@CL900 @@CL1500 CL2500 CL4500 CL75 @@CL125 CL250 @@CL200 CL2000 CL3000 CL5000 CL10000 CL15000 CL20000 @@CL800 3000 WOG 6000 WOG @@rating per reqn @@FFFE @@RFFE @@RFFE._ _______________ PDS Piping Component Data .April 2002 Valves ! ! ! 0 1 2 1 2345678901234567890 FIRST LETTER: V . 63-250 Ra finish RFFE. 125 Ra finish BE/FTE M SWE/FTE MTE/FTE @@SWE/FTE @@RJFE MSWE/FSWE lens joint RFFE. 125-500 Ra finish’ ’raised face flanged ends. 125 Ra finish’ ’male buttwelded x female threaded ends’ ’male socketweldeded x female threaded ends’ ’male threaded x female threaded ends’ ’socketwelded x female threaded ends’ ’ring joint flanged ends’ ’male socketwelded x female socketwelded ends’ ’lens joint flanged ends’ ’raised face flanged ends. 125-250 Ra finish’ ’raised face flanged ends. 125-500 Ra finish RFFE. 125-250 Ra finish RFFE.

Commodity Codes 513 .25Cr’ ’2.5Mo @@1.5Mo’ ’1._ _______________ Appendix D: V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V W X A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O R S T U V W X Y Z 2 3 4 5 6 9 A B C D E F G H I J K L M N Q R S T U V W X Z AA AB AC AD AE AF AG AH AI AJ AK AL AM Victaulic ends @@BW @@ends per reqn @@carbon steel C-0.25Cr @@5Cr @@9Cr 12CR other Cr @@304 SS @@304L SS @@316 SS @@316L SS @@321 SS @@347 SS H Gr SS 400 SS @@low temp CS @@cast iron @@ductile iron malleable iron @@Cu @@Ni Al @@thermoplastic thermoset plastic non metalic @@lined coated matl per reqn @@trim 1 @@trim 2 trim 3 trim 4 @@trim 5 trim 6 @@trim 7 @@trim 8 @@trim 9 @@trim 10 trim 11 @@trim 12 @@trim 13 trim 14 @@butterfly valve trim @@butterfly valve trim @@HP butterfly valve fire safe trim other HP butterfly valve trim @@ball valve fire safe trim @@ball valve trim ball valve trim @@trim per reqn @@ Bonney Forge H9-16 @@Bonney Forge H9-36 @@Bonney Forge H9-56 @@Bonney Forge H9F-11 @@Bonney Forge H9F-19 @@Bonney Forge WL-41 @@Bonney Forge W9-39 @@Bonney Forge W9-49 @@Bonney Forge Y9-41 @@Bonney Forge H9-10 @@Bonney Forge H9-30 @@Bonney Forge H9-50 @@Bonney Forge L1-10 ’Victaulic ends’ ’buttwelded ends’ ’ends ??’ ’carbon steel’ ’C-0.SS’ ’400 Series SS’ ’low temperature carbon steel’ ’cast iron’ ’ductile iron’ ’malleable iron’ ’copper’ ’nickel’ ’aluminum’ ’other non ferrous’ ’thermoplastic’ ’thermoset plastic’ ’non metalic’ ’lined’ ’coated’ ’matl ??’ ’API trim 1’ ’API trim 2’ ’trim 3’ ’trim 4’ ’API trim 5’ ’trim 6’ ’API trim 7’ ’API trim 8’ ’API trim 9’ ’API trim 10’ ’trim 11’ ’API trim 12’ ’API trim 13’ ’trim 14’ ’butterfly valve trim’ ’butterfly valve trim’ ’HP butterfly valve fire safe trim’ ’other HP butterfly valve trim’ ’ball valve fire safe trim’ ’ball valve trim’ ’ball valve trim’ ’trim ??’ ’’ ’Bonney ’Bonney ’Bonney ’Bonney ’Bonney ’Bonney ’Bonney ’Bonney ’Bonney ’Bonney ’Bonney ’Bonney ’Bonney Forge Forge Forge Forge Forge Forge Forge Forge Forge Forge Forge Forge Forge H9-16’ H9-36’ H9-56’ H9F-11’ H9F-19’ WL-41’ W9-39’ W9-49’ Y9-41’ H9-10’ H9-30’ H9-50’ L1-10’ Valves D.25Cr 2.25Cr’ ’5Cr’ ’9Cr’ ’12Cr’ ’other Cr’ ’304 SS’ ’304L SS’ ’316 SS’ ’316L SS’ ’321 SS’ ’347 SS’ ’H Gr.

w/MSS-SP-44 flanged ends @@Crane 88 @@Crane 1523 1/2 @@Crane 137 @@Crane 76 1/2 @@Crane 171 1/2 @@Crane 171 @@Crane 87 @@Crane 189 @@Crane 373 @@Rockwell 1925 @@Rockwell 1945 @@Rockwell 4149 @@Rockwell McCanna S151 @@Rockwell Edward 36124 @@Rockwell Edward 36128 @@Rockwell 2245 @@Rockwell Edward 7514Y @@Rockwell McCanna S301 @@Rockwell 2025 @@Rockwell 2045 @@Rockwell 4249 @@Rockwell 2249 @@Rockwell 4749 @@Rockwell Edward 36178 Rockwell Edward 832Y Rockwell Edward 670Y Rockwell Edward 36174 Rockwell Edward 1570Y Rockwell Edward 607Y Rockwell Edward 4007Y Rockwell Edward 7507Y Rockwell Edward 1641Y Rockwell Edward 36164 LONG DESCRIPTION ’Bonney Forge L3-10’ ’Bonney Forge HL-30’ ’Bonney Forge HL-50’ ’Bonney Forge H9F-12’ ’Bonney Forge Y9-42’ ’Bonney Forge W9-10’ ’Bonney Forge H9F-10’ ’Bonney Forge W9-30’ ’Bonney Forge W9-50’ ’Bonney Forge L6-10’ ’Bonney Forge HL-10’ ’Bonney Forge H9F-16’ ’Bonney Forge Y9-46’ ’Bonney Forge W9-11’ ’Bonney Forge W9-31’ ’Bonney Forge W9-41’ ’Bonney Forge Y9-40’ ’Bonney Forge W9-40’ ’Bonney Forge W9-36’ ’Bonney Forge H9F-30’ ’Bonney Forge H9F-50’ ’Bonney Forge W9-46’ ’Crane 33’ ’Crane 33 1/2’ ’Crane 47’ ’Crane 55’ ’Crane 76’ ’Crane 143’ ’Crane 151’ ’Crane 151 1/2’ ’Crane 787’ ’Crane 1523’ ’Crane 7189’ ’Crane 9302’ ’Crane B-3655’ ’Crane B-3663’ ’Crane 47. w/MSS-SP-44 flanged ends @@Crane 55. w/MSS-SP-44 flanged ends’ ’Crane 14 1/2 P’ ’Crane 36’ ’Crane 431 UB’ ’Crane 33.April 2002 ! ! 0 1 2 1 2345678901234567890 V AN V AO V AP V AQ V AR V AS V AT V AU V AV V AW V AX V AY V AZ V BA V BB V BC V BD V BE V BF V BG V BH V BI V CA V CB V CC V CD V CE V CF V CG V CH V CI V CJ V CK V CL V CM V CN V CO V CP V CQ V CR V CS V CT V CU V CW V CX V CY V CZ V DA V DB V DC V DD V EA V EB V EC V ED V EE V EF V EG V EH V EI V EJ V EK V EL V EM V EN V EO V EP V EQ V ER V ES V ET V EU V EV V EW V EX SHORT DESCRIPTION @@Bonney Forge L3-10 @@Bonney Forge HL-30 @@Bonney Forge HL-50 @@Bonney Forge H9F-12 @@Bonney Forge Y9-42 @@Bonney Forge W9-10 @@Bonney Forge H9F-10 @@Bonney Forge W9-30 @@Bonney Forge W9-50 @@Bonney Forge L6-10 @@Bonney Forge HL-10 @@Bonney Forge H9F-16 @@Bonney Forge Y9-46 @@Bonney Forge W9-11 @@Bonney Forge W9-31 @@Bonney Forge W9-41 @@Bonney Forge Y9-40 @@Bonney Forge W9-40 @@Bonney Forge W9-36 @@Bonney Forge H9F-30 @@Bonney Forge H9F-50 @@Bonney Forge W9-46 @@Crane 33 @@Crane 33 1/2 @@Crane 47 Crane 55 @@Crane 76 @@Crane 143 @@Crane 151 @@Crane 151 1/2 @@Crane 787 Crane 1523 @@Crane 7189 @@Crane 9302 @@Crane B-3655 @@Crane B-3663 @@Crane 47. w/MSS-SP-44 flanged ends’ ’Crane 88’ ’Crane 1523 1/2’ ’Crane 137’ ’Crane 76 1/2’ ’Crane 171 1/2’ ’Crane 171’ ’Crane 87’ ’Crane 189’ ’Crane 373’ ’Rockwell 1925’ ’Rockwell 1945’ ’Rockwell 4149’ ’Rockwell McCanna S151’ ’Rockwell Edward 36124’ ’Rockwell Edward 36128’ ’Rockwell 2245’ ’Rockwell Edward 7514Y’ ’Rockwell Mc CannaS301’ ’Rockwell 2025’ ’Rockwell 2045’ ’Rockwell 4249’ ’Rockwell 2249’ ’Rockwell 4749’ ’Rockwell Edward 36178’ ’Rockwell Edward 832Y’ ’Rockwell Edward 670Y’ ’Rockwell Edward 36174’ ’Rockwell Edward 1570Y’ ’Rockwell Edward 607Y’ ’Rockwell Edward 4007Y’ ’Rockwell Edward 7507Y’ ’Rockwell Edward 1641Y’ ’Rockwell Edward 36164’ 514 ._ _______________ PDS Piping Component Data . w/MSS-SP-44 flanged ends @@Crane 14 1/2 P @@Crane 36 @@Crane 431 UB @@Crane 33. w/MSS-SP-44 flanged ends’ ’Crane 55.

_ _______________ Appendix D: ! ! 0 1 2 1 2345678901234567890 V EY V EZ V FA V FB V FC V FW V FX V GA V GB V GC V GD V GE V GF V GG V GH V GI V GJ V GK V GL V GM V GN V GO V GP V GQ V GR V GS V GT V HA V HB V HP V HQ V IA V IB V IC V ID V IE V IF V JA V JB V JC V KA V KB V KC V KD V KE V KF V KH V KI V KJ V KK V LA V LB V LC V LD V LE V LF V MA V MB V MC V MD V ME V MF V MG V MH V MI V MJ V MK V ML V MM V MN V MO SHORT DESCRIPTION Rockwell Edward 7502Y Rockwell Edward 36168 Rockwell Edward 66124 Rockwell Edward 66128 @@Rockwell 1947 Watts 900 Watts 909 @@Smith 800 @@Smith 870 @@Smith 888 @@Smith 5870 @@Smith 1500 @@Smith 1570 @@Smith 815 @@Smith 830 @@Smith G80 @@Smith G87 @@Smith G150 @@Smith G157 @@Smith SB80 @@Smith C150 @@Smith 860 @@Smith G83 @@Smith C83 Smith B80 Smith 411F Smith 411T ITT Grinnell Cam-Tite 3010-1-3 ITT Grinnell Cam-Tite 3014-1-3 Hancock 5505W Hancock 7105W @@Jamesbury 4CB @@Jamesbury 5150 @@Jamesbury 5300 @@Jamesbury A11 @@Jamesbury 4AB @@Jamesbury A11 @@Stockham D623 @@Stockham D512 @@Stockham D931 Hex HG-651 Hex HG-463 Hex HG-461 Hex HB-241 Hex HB-521 Hex HB-501 Hex HN-491 Hex HM-571 Hex HM-451 Hex HM-131 @@Mission Duo Chek II 15 @@Mission Duo Chek II 30 @@Mission Duo Chek II 30 for MSS-SP-44 @@Mission Duo Chek II 15 for MSS-SP-44 @@Mission Duo Chek II 60 @@Mission Duo Chek II 12 @@Aloyco 2214-A @@Aloyco 2314-A @@Aloyco 374 @@Aloyco 377 @@Aloyco 114 @@Aloyco 117 @@Aloyco 317 @@Aloyco 2117 @@Aloyco 110 @@Aloyco 114EB @@Aloyco 117EB @@Aloyco 2117EB @@Aloyco 314 @@Aloyco 314EB @@Aloyco 317EB LONG DESCRIPTION ’Rockwell Edward 7502Y’ ’Rockwell Edward 36168’ ’Rockwell Edward 66124’ ’Rockwell Edward 66128’ ’Rockwell 1947’ ’Watts 900’ ’Watts 909’ ’Smith 800’ ’Smith 870’ ’Smith 888’ ’Smith 5870’ ’Smith 1500’ ’Smith 1570’ ’Smith 815’ ’Smith 830’ ’Smith G80’ ’Smith G87’ ’Smith G150’ ’Smith G157’ ’Smith SB80’ ’Smith C150’ ’Smith 860’ ’Smith G83’ ’Smith C83’ ’Smith B80’ ’Smith 411F’ ’Smith 411T’ ’ITT Grinnell Cam-Tite 3010-1-3’ ’ITT Grinnell Cam-Tite 3014-1-3’ ’Hancock 5505W’ ’Hancock 7105W’ ’Jamesbury 4CB’ ’Jamesbury 5150’ ’Jamesbury 5300’ ’Jamesbury A11’ ’Jamesbury 4AB’ ’Jamesbury A11’ ’Stockham D623’ ’Stockham D512’ ’Stockham D931’ ’Hex HG-651’ ’Hex HG-463’ ’Hex HG-461’ ’Hex HB-241’ ’Hex HB-521’ ’Hex HB-501’ ’Hex HN-491’ ’Hex HM-571’ ’Hex HM-451’ ’Hex HM-131’ ’Mission Duo Chek II 15’ ’Mission Duo Chek II 30’ ’Mission Duo Chek II 30 for MSS-SP-44 flanged ends’ ’Mission Duo Chek II 15 for MSS-SP-44 flanged ends’ ’Mission Duo Chek II 60’ ’Mission Duo Chek II 12’ ’Aloyco 2214-A’ ’Aloyco 2314-A’ ’Aloyco 374’ ’Aloyco 377’ ’Aloyco 114’ ’Aloyco 117’ ’Aloyco 317’ ’Aloyco 2117’ ’Aloyco 110’ ’Aloyco 114EB’ ’Aloyco 117EB’ ’Aloyco 2117EB’ ’Aloyco 314’ ’Aloyco 314EB’ ’Aloyco 317EB’ Valves D. Commodity Codes 515 .

April 2002 ! ! 0 1 2 1 2345678901234567890 V MP V MQ V MR V MS V MT V MU V MV V MW V MX V MY V MZ V NA V NB V NC V ND V NE V NF V NG V NH V OA V OB V OC V OD V OE V OF V OG V OH V OI V OJ V OK V OL V OM V ON V OO V OP V OQ V OR V OS V OT V OU V OV V OW V OX V OY V OZ V QA V QB V QK V QL V QM V QN V QO V QP V QQ V QR V QS V RA V RB V RC V RD V RJ V RK V RL V RN V SA V UA V UB V UC V UF V UG V VA V VP V YA V YB SHORT DESCRIPTION @@Aloyco 2317A @@Aloyco 2374 @@Aloyco 2377 @@Aloyco 110EB @@Aloyco 2110 @@Aloyco 2114 Aloyco 2117A Aloyco 2210A Aloyco 4217A Aloyco 4227 Aloyco 4210A Aloyco 4214A Aloyco 2317 Aloyco 4327 Aloyco 4314A Aloyco 374 Aloyco 4387 Aloyco 4374 Aloyco 62 @@Pacific 160 @@Pacific 180 @@Pacific 380 @@Pacific 660 @@Pacific 680 @@Pacific 1584 @@Pacific 2155 @@Pacific 2355 @@Pacific 2655 @@Pacific 55515 @@Pacific 56009 @@Pacific 56015 Pacific 58009 @@Pacific 58815 @@Pacific 180. w/MSS-SP-44 drilling’ ’Vogt 22461’ ’Vogt 15373’ ’Vogt 15401’ ’Vogt SWS74’ ’Centerline 504’ ’Centerline A’ ’Centerline LT’ ’R&G Sloane 1081’ ’Powell 1331’ ’Demco NE’ ’Demco NF’ ’Demco WF’ ’Mueller 31’ ’Mueller 61’ ’Grinnell Fire Protection Multimatic A-4’ ’Powhatan 18-157’ ’Yarway 3486-R’ ’Yarway 3488-R’ 516 . w/MSS-SP-44 flanged ends’ ’Pacific 21555’ ’Pacific 360’ ’Pacific 55509’ ’Pacific 58809’ ’Pacific 350’ ’Pacific 2955’ ’Pacific 21553’ ’Pacific 56509’ ’Pacific 1550’ ’Pacific 960’ ’Pacific 984’ ’Pratt PIVA’ ’Pratt GROUNDHOG’ ’Posi-Seal Phoenix III 232’ ’Posi-Seal Phoenix III 232 for MSS-SP-44 flanged ends’ ’Posi-Seal Phoenix III 242’ ’Posi-Seal Phoenix III 242 for MSS-SP-44 flanged ends’ ’Posi-Seal Cryo Firesafe 636’ ’Posi-Seal Cryo Firesafe 636 for MSS-SP-44 flanged ends’ ’Posi-Seal Cryo Firesafe 646’ ’Posi-Seal Cryo Firesafe 646’ ’Posi-Seal Cryo Firesafe 646. w/sP-44 drill @@Vogt 22461 @@Vogt 15373 Vogt 15401 Vogt SWS74 @@Centerline 504 @@Centerline A @@Centerline LT @@R&G Sloane 1081 Powell 1331 Demco NE Demco NF Demco WF Mueller 31 Mueller 61 @@Grinnell Fire Protection A-4 @@Powhatan 18-157 Yarway 3486-R Yarway 3488-R LONG DESCRIPTION ’Aloyco 2317A’ ’Aloyco 2374’ ’Aloyco 2377’ ’Aloyco 110EB’ ’Aloyco 2110’ ’Aloyco 2114’ ’Aloyco 2117A’ ’Aloyco 2110A’ ’Aloyco 4217A’ ’Aloyco 4227’ ’Aloyco 4210A’ ’Aloyco 4214A’ ’Aloyco 2317’ ’Aloyco 4327’ ’Aloyco 4314A’ ’Aloyco 374’ ’Aloyco 4387’ ’Aloyco 4374’ ’Aloyco 62’ ’Pacific 160’ ’Pacific 180’ ’Pacific 380’ ’Pacific 660’ ’Pacific 680’ ’Pacific 1584’ ’Pacific 2155’ ’Pacific 2355’ ’Pacific 2655’ ’Pacific 55515’ ’Pacific 56009’ ’Pacific 56015’ ’Pacific 58009’ ’Pacific 58815’ ’Pacific 180._ _______________ PDS Piping Component Data . w/MSS-SP-44 flanged ends @@Pacific 21555 @@Pacific 360 @@Pacific 55509 @@Pacific 58809 Pacific 350 @@Pacific 2955 @@Pacific 21553 Pacific 56509 @@Pacific 1550 @@Pacific 960 @@Pacific 984 @@Pratt PIVA @@Pratt GROUNDHOG @@Posi-Seal Phoenix III 232 @@Posi-Seal Phoenix III 232 for MSS-SP-44 @@Posi-Seal Phoenix III 242 @@Posi-Seal Phoenix III 242 for MSS-SP-44 @@Posi-Seal Cryo Firesafe 636 @@Posi-Seal Cryo Firesafe 636 for SP-44 @@Posi-Seal Cryo Firesafe 646 Posi-Seal Cryo Firesafe 646 Posi-Seal Cryo Firesafe 646.

no copper alloys permitted’ ’lug type. min temperature to -325 degF’ ’single flange. GO thru-bolt. NACE service’ ’wafer. GO side hndwhl Valves V V V V BW BN BP BQ @@MJBE. SWE tap at locn C GO. SWE tap at locn D. raised face thru-bolted flanged ends. handwheel right side. bypass locn A&B’ D. SWE tap at location B. gear operator w/side mounted handwheel’ ’wafer. GO w/side hndwhl thru-bolt. drilled & tapped for cap screws’ ’wafer. SWE tap at locn D in view facing wheel. flat face thru-bolted ends w/integral gasket. shaft parallel to pipeline’ ’gear operator. drilled & tapped for cap screws’ ’single flange. SWE tap locn C. SWE tap at locn D gear. SWE tap at locn C. gear operator w/side mounted handwheel’ ’raised face thru-bolted flanged ends. SWE tap at locn C. gear operator w/side mounted handwheel’ ’provide Contro heat jacket. NACE @@FFTBEWG @@FFTBSCEWG V V V V BZ CA CB CC @@FFTBEWG. extended bon. gear operator w/side mounted hanwheel’ ’raised face thru-bolted ends. SWE tap at locn B GO. hndwhl right side. SWE tap at locn A GO. gear operator’ ’gear operator. glands & bolts’ ’lug or wafer type. GO GO. shaft parallel to pipeline’ ’gear opr. drill & tap for machine bolts/gear opr/no copper alloys’ ’lug type. SWE tap at locn D GO. shaft parallel to pipeline’ ’gear operator. SWE tap at locn F GO. GO side hndwhl w/gskt. location G. w/GO GO. tap locn G @@RFTBCSE. raised face thru-bolted ends’ ’single flange. shaft parallel to pipeline’ ’gear operator. flat face thru-bolted ends w/integral gasket. SWE tap at locn D. min temp to -325 degF @@FFTBSCEWG @@FFTBCSEWG. shaft parallel/pipe. drilled & tapped for cap screws. shaft parallel/pipe. bypass locn A&B’ ’gear opr. gear operator w/side mounted handwheel w/gaskets. SWE tap at locn E GO. SWE tap at locn F GO. pinion shaft to right side of valve’ ’gear operator. SWE tap at locn C gear. Commodity Codes 517 . D&T._ _______________ Appendix D: ! ! 0 1 2 1 2345678901234567890 V AA V AB V AC V AD V BA V BB V V V V V V V BC BF BG BH BI BJ BK SHORT DESCRIPTION @@ @@min temp to -50 degF @@min temp to -150 degF @@min temp to -325 degF @@RFTBE @@RFTBCSE. shaft right angle to pipeline’ ’gear opr. SWE tap at locn C GO. min temperature to -50 degF’ ’raised face thru-bolted ends. SWE tap at locn F GO/tap locn D/bypass GO/tap locn C/bypass LONG DESCRIPTION ’’ ’min temperature to -50 degF’ ’min temperature to -150 degF’ ’min temperature to -325 degF’ ’lug or wafer type. drilled & tapped for cap screws. no copper alloys permitted’ ’lug type. for ammonia service. shaft right angle to pipeline’ ’gear opr. GO no Cu alloys. SWE tap @ locn degF in view facing wheel. SWE tap at location F. SWE tap locn D. SWE tap at locn F. pinion shaft to right side of valve’ ’gear operator. raised face thru-bolted flanged ends. flat face thru-bolted ends w/integral gasket. gear operator w/shaft at right angle to pipeline’ ’no copper alloys. raised face thru-bolted ends w/integral gasket’ ’wafer. flat face thru-bolted ends w/integral gasket. shaft parallel to pipeline’ ’gear opr. SWE tap at locn D gear. w/gear operator shaft at right angle to pipeline’ ’raised face thru-bolted flanged ends. min temp to -50 degF @@RFTBE. w/gear operator’ ’gear operator. hndwhl right side. flat face thru-bolted ends w/integral gasket’ ’wafer. GO w/side hndwhl V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V CD CE CI CK CL CM CN CP CT CY DA DB DC DD DE DF DG DH DI DJ DK DL DM DN heat jkt/thru-bolt @@NACE. SWE tap at location E. tapping location G’ ’single flange. drilled & tapped for machine bolts/no copper alloys’ ’high temperature/right angle gear oper’ ’high temperature/right angle gear oper D&T machine bolts’ ’tapping. no Cu alloys D & T mach/no Cu/GO D & T mach/no Cu high temp/GO high temp/GO/D&T tap locn G/no Cu alloys lug Type. thru-bolted’ ’NACE service. shaft parallel to pipeline’ ’gear operator. flat face thru-bolted ends’ ’wafer. SWE tap at locn C in view facing handwheel. shaft right angle to pipeline’ ’gear opr. extended bonnet. handwheel right side. drill & tapped for machine bolts. pinion shaft to right side of valve’ ’gear operator. SWE tap at location A. gear operator w/side mounted handwheel’ ’mechanical joint bell ends. GO side hndwhl @@RFTBE. raised face thru-bolted ends. drilled & tapped for cap screws. flat face thru-bolted ends w/integral gasket. glnd & blt @@RFTBE. @@RFTBEWG @@FFTBE @@FFTBEWG. w/each valve.

bypass locn A&B’ ’gear opr. shaft to one side of valve’ ’gear operator’ ’gear operator. 12" extended bonnet/stem w/GO LONG DESCRIPTION ’gear opr. view facing wheel. drain tap wrench 518 . shaft parallel to pipeline’ ’gear operator w/side mounted handwheel’ ’gear operator w/top mounted handwheel’ ’gear operator. shaft right angle to pipeline’ ’gear operator. 12" extended bonnet/stem @@RFTBCSE. drilled & tapped for cap screws. shaft at right angle to pipeline’ ’gear operator. raised face thru-bolted flanged ends. raised face thru-bolted flanged ends. bypass locn A&B’ ’built in bypass location A & B. drilled & tapped for cap screws. standard extended bonnet/stem. 12" extended bonnet/stem’ ’single flange. limit switches’ ’gear operator. raised face thru-bolted flanged ends. drilled & tapped for cap screws. w/0. standard extended bonnet/stem’ ’single flange. std extended bonnet/stem @@RFTBCSE. shaft right angle to pipe. 3 way valve’ ’multi port.April 2002 ! ! 0 1 2 1 2345678901234567890 V DO V V V V V V DP DQ EA EC ED EE SHORT DESCRIPTION GO/tap locn D/bypass GO/SWE tap locn E GO/tap locn C/bypass bypass/SWE tap locn D epoxy lined @@RFTBCSE. parallel @@GO w/side hndwhl @@GO w/top hndwhl gear/right angle gear/parallel jacketed 3 way 4 way @@no Cu alloys no Cu alloys chlorine service DEA/MEA service @@NACE ultra high temp oxygen service SWE at locn D SWE at locn E SWE at locn G tap at locn A tap at locn C tap at locn D tap at locn G tap at locn G & H RFTBFE. gear operator w/side mounted handwheel’ ’built in bypass’ ’provide. std extended bonnet/stem w/GO V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V FA FB FL GC GH GP GR GX GY GZ JA MK ML RA RB RC RD RE RN RO SD SE SG TA TC TD TG TH TU WA built in bypass orifice thru wedge GO/rt ang/lmt switch GO/one side GO GO. SWE tap at location D’ ’epoxy lined’ ’single flange. 4 way valve’ ’for ammonia service. SWE tap locn D view facing whl. shaft parallel to pipeline’ ’jacketed’ ’multi port. w/each valve’ V V EF EG @@RFTBCSE._ _______________ PDS Piping Component Data . raised face thru-bolted flanged ends. drain tap on valve body’ ’wrench. shaft right angle/pipe. SWE tap at locn E. shaft right angle to pipe. SWE tap locn C. no copper alloys permitted’ ’no copper or copper alloys permitted’ ’chlorine service’ ’DEA/MEA service’ ’NACE service’ ’ultra high temperature service’ ’oxygen service’ ’socketwelded connection at location D’ ’socketwelded connection at location E’ ’socketwelded connection at location G’ ’tap at location A’ ’tap at location C’ ’tap at location D’ ’tap at location G’ ’tap at locations G & H’ ’raised face thru-bolted flanged ends. 12" extended bonnet/stem. gear operator w/side mounted handwheel’ ’single flange.125" diam orifice thru center of wedge’ ’gear operator. drilled & tapped for cap screws.

BE Miter elbow. BE Reducing 90 deg LR elbow.5" long Nipolet 4._ _______________ Appendix D: Welded Fittings Welded Fittings ! ! ! 0 1 2 1 2345678901234567890 SHORT DESCRIPTION FIRST LETTER: W . 125-250 Ra finish’ ’raised face flanged ends. beveled ends’ ’Concentric swage’ ’Eccentric swage’ ’Tee.9’ ’Stub end MSS-SP-43 Type A’ ’Stub end MSS-SP-43 Type B’ ’Stub end MSS-SP-43 Type C’ ’Cap.WELDED FITTINGS W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W ! ! AA AB AC AD AG AH BA BC BD BE CA DA DB DC OA OB OC OD OE OF OG OH OI OJ OK OS OT OU OV OX OY OZ RA RB SA SB TA TB TL TM UA UB XA XB YA ZA ZB __ AA AB AZ BA CA CB CC CD CE CF CG FB FD FF FG @@90 deg elbow. BE @@Reducing tee. beveled ends’ ’Weld boss’ ’Threaded half coupling’ ’Coupling’ ’Weldolet’ ’Sockolet’ ’Thredolet’ ’Elbolet’ ’Nipolet 3. 2 piece Miter elbow. 63-250 Ra finish’ D.5" long’ ’Latrolet’ ’Weld boss’ ’Weld saddle’ ’Sweepolet’ ’Flat weldolet’ ’Flat sockolet’ ’Flat thredolet’ ’Weldolet. beveled ends’ ’Weld miter 45 elbow. 125 Ra finish’ ’raised face flanged ends. BE Weld boss THD half coupling @@Coupling @@Weldolet @@Sockolet @@Thredolet @@Elbolet Nipolet 3. calculation required’ ’Thredolet. 63-250 Ra finish LONG DESCRIPTION ’90 deg long radius elbow. calculation required’ ’Concentric reducer. BE @@45 deg elbow. beveled ends’ ’Weld 45 deg lateral fitting’ ’Reducing weld 45 deg lateral fitting’ ’Weld return bend long radius’ ’Weld return bend short radius’ ’Weld cross’ ’Reducing weld cross’ ’Weld 45 deg lateral reinforced’ ’Buttweld’ ’Reinforcing weld’ ’Cap/ell/tee’ ’beveled ends’ ’bevel ends long tangent’ ’’ ’plain ends’ ’male threaded ends’ ’thread large end & bevel small end’ ’beveled large x male threaded small ends’ ’groove large end & THD small end’ ’thread large end & plain small end’ ’plain large x male thread small ends’ ’bevel large x plain small ends’ ’raised face flanged ends’ ’raised face flanged ends.5" long’ ’Nipolet 5. beveled ends’ ’Reducing 90 deg long radius elbow. 125-250 Ra finish RFFE. BE @@Concentric swage @@Eccentric swage @@Tee.5" long’ ’Nipolet 4.5" long’ ’Nipolet 6. 3 piece 2 weld type A’ ’Stub end per ANSI-B16. 2 piece 1 weld’ ’Weld miter elbow. BE @@Eccentric reducer. BE Weld 45 deg lateral Reducing weld 45 deg lateral Weld retn bend LR Weld retn bend SR Weld cross Reducing weld cross Weld 45 lateral reinf Buttweld @@Reinforcing weld Standard fittings @@BE BE LT @@PE @@MTE MTLE/BSE @@BLE/MTSE GLE/TSE MTLE/PSE @@PLE/MTSE @@BLE/PSE @@RFFE RFFE. beveled ends’ ’Eccentric reducer. 125 Ra finish RFFE. 63-125 Ra finish LONG DESCRIPTION ’raised face flanged ends. Commodity Codes 0 1 2 1 2345678901234567890 W FH SHORT DESCRIPTION RFFE. 3 piece @@Stub end per ANSI-B16. calculation required’ ’Sockolet. beveled ends’ ’45 deg elbow. 63-125 Ra finish’ 519 .5" long Nipolet 5. BE @@90 deg SR elbow.9 Stub end MSS-SP-43 Tp A Stub end MSS-SP-43 Tp B Stub end MSS-SP-43 Tp C @@Cap. beveled ends’ ’Reducing tee. beveled ends’ ’90 deg short radius elbow.5" long @@Latrolet Weld boss Weld saddle Sweepolet @@Flat weldolet @@Flat sockolet Flat thredolet Weldolet Sockolet Thredolet @@Concentric reducer.5" long Nipolet 6.

312"’ ’0.188"’ ’0.0 mm’ ’2.875"’ ’3.281" 0.125"’ ’0.125"’ ’2.875" 0.594" 1.562" 0.938"’ ’1"’ ’1.125" 0.0 mm’ ’7.906" 1.188" 0.25" 0.25" 1.375" 1.25"’ ’2.812"’ ’0.0 mm 7.75"’ ’0.062"’ ’1.125" 1.875"’ ’0.906"’ ’1.5 mm’ ’4.812" 0.5" 1.562"’ ’0.625"’ ’0.0 mm 3.5" 2.April 2002 W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W ! ! FI FJ SA TA ZZ AA AB AC AD AF AG AH AI AJ AK AL AM AN AO AW BA BB BC BD BQ BR BS CA CB CC CD CE CF CG CH CI CJ CK CL CM CN CO CP CQ CR CS CT CU CV CW CX DD DF DH DJ DL DN EA EB EC ED EE EF EH FE MA MB MC MD ME MF MG RFFE.625"’ ’2.625"’ ’1.0 mm ’6.75" 0.0 mm ’raised face flanged ends.0 mm 4.5 mm 5.0 mm’ ’3. 3 Ra finish RJFE @@SWE @@FTE @@ S-5S S-10S S-40S @@S-80S S-10 S-20 S-30 S-40 S-60 S-80 S-100 S-120 S-140 @@S-160 @@bore S-LW S-STD S-XS @@S-XXS @@CL3000 @@CL6000 @@CL9000 0.375" 0.875" 3.5" 0.938" 1" 1.0 mm’ 0 1 2 1 2345678901234567890 W MH W MI SHORT DESCRIPTION 6.5 mm’ ’3.25"’ ’1.5 mm 3.0 mm 2.781"’ ’1.0 mm’ ’4.438"’ ’0.75" 2" 2.125"’ ’1.0 mm’ LONG DESCRIPTION 520 .5 mm’ ’5.375"’ ’0.875"’ ’0.625" 1.188" 1.375"’ ’2.781" 1.406" 1.5"’ ’1.625" 2.25"’ ’0.375"’ ’1.062" 1._ _______________ PDS Piping Component Data .5"’ ’0.312" 0.25" 2.594"’ ’1.281"’ ’0. 3 Ra finish’ ’ring joint flanged ends’ ’socketwelded ends’ ’female threaded ends’ ’’ ’Sch 5S’ ’Sch 10S’ ’Sch 40S’ ’Sch 80S’ ’Sch 10’ ’Sch 20’ ’Sch 30’ ’Sch 40’ ’Sch 60’ ’Sch 80’ ’Sch 100’ ’Sch 120’ ’Sch 140’ ’Sch 160’ ’[???]’ ’light-weight’ ’standard-weight’ ’X-strong’ ’XX-strong’ ’CL3000’ ’CL6000’ ’CL9000’ ’0.5"’ ’2.625" 0.5"’ ’2.125" 2.688" 0.375" 2.312" 1.875" 0.406"’ ’1.5 mm 4.312"’ ’1.438" 0.75"’ ’2"’ ’2.188"’ ’1.5" 2.688"’ ’0.

9 mm (0.0 mm 80.0 mm’ ’25.0 mm’ ’100.0 mm 32.0 mm 10.188")’ ’6.188")’ ’31. aluminized’ ’ASME-SA234 Gr.0 mm 20.0 mm 16.7 mm 14.WPB. galvanized’ ’ASTM-A234 Gr.0 mm (1.9 mm (0.WPB.WPB.0 mm 43.0 mm 30.6 mm 22.125")’ ’30.0 mm thk per reqn @@ @@ASTM-A234-WPB ASTM-A234-WPB. seamless’ ’ASTM-A234 Gr.5 mm 11.WPB.125")’ ’4. seamless’ ’ASTM-A420 Gr.692")’ ’47.0 mm 28.9 mm 9. alum ASTM-A234-WPB. seamless’ ’ASTM-A420 Gr.0 mm 29.3 mm (0.WPL6.938")’ ’25.75")’ ’20.WPB.5 mm 19.WPL6’ ’ASTM-A105’ ’ASTM-A350 Gr.2 mm (0.0 mm 40.7 mm (0.0 mm 60.688")’ ’19.0 mm’ ’43.0 mm 26.1 mm 20.0 mm 50. treated & wrapped. galvanized.6 mm (1. treated & wrapped’ ’ASTM-A234 Gr.438")’ ’12. per ASTM-A676.0 mm 35.WPB.2 mm 23.8 mm 25.771")’ ’3.LF2’ ’ASTM-A420 Gr.6 mm 30.0 mm’ ’45.0 mm’ ’thk ??’ ’’ Welded Fittings ’ASTM-A234 Gr.1 mm 12.WPB.3 mm 15.0 mm 56. seamless’ ’ASTM-A234 Gr.4 mm (0.25")’ ’39. special testing required’ D.2 mm 31._ _______________ Appendix D: W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W MJ MK ML MM MN MO MP MQ MR MS MT MU MV NP NR PA PB PC PD PE PF PG PH PI PJ PK PL PM PN PO PP PQ PR PS PV PW PX PZ QA QE QF QG ZW ZZ AAA AAB AAC AAD AAG AAH AAI AAJ AAP ABB ABL AFA AFB AFE AFH ASA ASB ASC ASD ASE ASF ASG ASH 8.WPL6 seamless.0 mm’ ’26.5")’ ’14.0 mm’ ’60.2 mm (1. treated & wrapped.204")’ ’41.062")’ ’28.0 mm’ ’19.0 mm’ ’12.WPB.875")’ ’23.5 mm (0.0 mm’ ’16.0 mm 100.WPB.0 mm’ ’80.0 mm’ ’20. alum @@ASME-SA234-WPB ASTM-A234-WPB ASTM-A234-WPB alum T&W @@ASTM-A234-WPB Dur-O-Lok ASTM-A350 LF2 @@ASTM-A420 WPL6 @@ASTM-A105 @@ASTM-A350 LF2 @@ASME-SA105 ASTM-A105. galv ASTM-A234-WPB ASTM-A234-WPB.0 mm’ ’30.375")’ ’11.0 mm’ ’32. treated & wrapped’ ’ASTM-A105.4 mm (1")’ ’27. Commodity Codes 521 .0 mm 45.WPB’ ’ASTM-A234 Gr.812")’ ’22. alum ASTM-A234-WPB.8 mm (0.8 mm 39.0 mm (2.8 mm (0.8 mm (1. seamless’ ’ASME-SA234 Gr.625")’ ’17.0 mm 47.WPB’ ’ASTM-A234 Gr.1 mm (0.9 mm 17.312")’ ’9. aluminized.WPB Dur-O-Lok fitting’ ’ASTM-A350 Gr. seamless’ ’ASTM-A234 Gr.WPB.0 mm 19.0 mm’ ’29. fully stress relieved’ ’ASTM-A234 Gr.0 mm’ ’56. aluminized per ASTM-A676’ ’ASTM-A234 Gr.0 mm 25.2 mm (0.0 mm 41.2 mm 4. aluminized.25")’ ’7.4 mm 27.5 mm (0.0 mm’ ’35. galv ASTM-A234-WPB T&W ASTM-A105.562")’ ’15. aluminized.LF2’ ’ASME-SA105’ ’ASTM-A105.0 mm (1.0 mm (1. seamless’ ’ASTM-A234 Gr. galv ASTM-A234-WPB T&W ASME-SA234-WPB ASTM-A234-WPB alum T&W ASTM-A420 WPL6 ASTM-A420-WPL6 ’8. galvanized’ ’ASTM-A234 Gr.0 mm’ ’10.1 mm (0.0 mm’ ’40.WPB.4 mm 7.6 mm (0.8 mm 6.0 mm’ ’50.0 mm 3.0 mm 12.

cement lined’ ’ASTM-A234 Gr. cement lined. aluminum. threaded & coupled’ ’ASTM-A234 Gr. Spec 400-31’ ’ASTM-A403 Gr.5Mo. seamless’ ’ASTM-A234 Gr.F304’ ’ASTM-A182 Gr. Incoloy smls ASTM-B366.F1.WP347’ ’ASTM-A403 Gr.5Mo. seamless’ ’ASTM-B564 UNS NO8800.WPBW.WP11.WP11’ ’ASME-SA234 Gr.WP304HWX’ ’ASTM-A403 Gr.F316L’ ’ASTM-A182 Gr.WP304LS’ ’ASTM-A403 Gr.F11. cement lined. cement lined’ ’ASTM-A234 Gr.WP316LS’ ’ASTM-A403 Gr.WP304’ ’ASTM-A403 Gr. epoxy lined’ ’matl specification to be added later’ T&W T&C T&W T&W 522 .WP316WX’ ’ASTM-A403 Gr.F5’ ’ASTM-A336 Gr.WPB. treated & wrapped’ ’ASTM-A234 Gr. carbon moly’ ’ASTM-A234 Gr. 2. 5Cr-0.5Mo’ ’ASTM-A182 Gr.WP1. Incoloy ASTM-B564.WP321S’ ’ASTM-A403 Gr. special testing required’ ’carbon steel’ ’ASTM-A234 Gr.25Cr-0.F22. cement lined. Alloy 20 (wrought fittings)’ ’ASTM-B366 Gr.WP316L’ ’ASTM-A403 Gr.WP11’ ’ASTM-A234 Gr.WP22. cement lined & ASTM-A234-WPB.WPB.WP304S.WP347WX’ ’ASTM-A403 Gr.F316’ ’ASTM-A182 Gr.WP9’ ’ASTM-A234 Gr. aluminum’ ’ASTM-B361 Gr.WP11 1.WP316LWX’ ’ASTM-A403 Gr.WP9. carbon moly’ ’ASTM-A234 Gr.F321’ ’ASTM-A182 Gr.April 2002 ! ! 0 1 2 1 2345678901234567890 W ASK W AZA W EAY W EAZ W EFA W ESA W FAC W FAF W FAH W FAL W FAM W FAT W FBD W FFC W FFE W FFF W FFI W FFL W FFR W FFT W FSA W FSB W FSC W FSD W FZA W GAA W GAF W GFC W GFF W GSA W IFA W IFB W IFF W IFG W IFJ W IFL W IFY W IFZ W IIA W IIB W IIC W IID W IIE W IIF W IIG W IIH W IIJ W IIK W IIL W IIM W IIN W IIS W IIY W IIZ W IKA W IKB W IKD W IKE W IKF W IZA W OAA W OAB W OSA W OSB W PAA W PAB W PFA W SAA W SSA W WAA W WAB W WAC W WAD W WAE W WSA W WSB W WXX W ___ SHORT DESCRIPTION ASTM-A234-WPB @@carbon steel ASTM-A234-WP1W ASTM-A234-WP1 ASTM-A182-F1 ASTM-A234-WP1 @@ASTM-A234-WP11 ASTM-A234-WP22 @@ASTM-A234-WP5 @@ASTM-A234-WP9 @@ASTM-A234-WP11 Dur-O-Lok ASTM-A182-F5 ASTM-A336-F21 @@ASTM-A182-F11 ASTM-A234-WP11W ASTM-A182-F22 ASTM-A182-F5A @@ASTM-A182-F9 ASTM-A182-F11 @@ASTM-A182-F5 ASTM-A234-WP9 ASTM-A234-WP11 ASTM-A234-WP22 ASTM-A234-WP5 @@chrome steel @@ASME-SA234-WP11 ASME-SA234-WP22 @@ASME-SA182-F11 ASME-SA182-F22 ASME-SA234-WP11 @@ASTM-A182-F304 @@ASTM-A182-F304L @@ASTM-A182-F316 ASTM-A182-F316L @@ASTM-A182-F321 ASTM-A182-F347 ASTM-A182-F347H ASTM-A182-F304H ASTM-A403-WP304S ASTM-A403-WP304LS ASTM-A403-WP304LWX ASTM-A403-WP304WX ASME-SA403-WP316L ASTM-A403-WP316S ASTM-A403-WP316LS ASTM-A403-WP316LWX ASTM-A403-WP321S ASTM-A403-WP316WX ASTM-A403-WP347 ASTM-A403-WP321WX ASTM-A403-WP347WX ASTM-A403-WP304HWX ASTM-A403-WP347H ASTM-A403-WP304S ASTM-A451-HF modified @@ASTM-A403-WP304 @@ASTM-A403-WP304L @@ASTM-A403-WP316 @@ASTM-A403-WP321 @@stainless steel ASTM-B366-WPNIC. Incoloy 800. Alloy 20 ASTM-B361-WP6061-T6 ASTM-B361-WP6061-T6 @@ASTM-A234-WPB. treated & wrapped.WPBW. seamless’ ’ASTM-A234 Gr.25Cr-1Mo’ ’ASTM-A234 Gr.WPB.F11’ ’ASTM-A234 Gr.WP6061-T6.WPBW.25Cr-1Mo’ ’ASME-SA234 Gr.25Cr-1Mo’ ’ASTM-A182 Gr.F304H’ ’ASTM-A403 Gr.WP321’ ’stainless steel’ ’ASTM-B366 Gr.WPNIC UNS N08800. special testing required’ ’ASTM-A451 Gr.WPB.F347’ ’ASTM-A182 Gr. 2.5Mo.F5’ ’ASTM-A234 Gr. 1.WP11W. seamless’ ’ASTM-A234 Gr. Alloy 20 @@ASTM-B366-WPNC1 UNS N06600 ASTM-B462. Alloy 20 (forged fittings)’ ’ASTM-B361 Gr. seamless’ ’chrome alloy steel’ ’ASME-SA234 Gr.F304L’ ’ASTM-A182 Gr.WP304WX’ ’ASME-SA403 Gr. seamless’ ’ASTM-A234 Gr. 2. 1.WP316S’ ’ASTM-A403 Gr.F11’ ’ASME-SA182 Gr. seamless’ ’ASTM-A182 Gr. cement lined ASTM-A234-WPB.WP347H’ ’ASTM-A403 Gr.F5A. cement ASTM-A234-WPB.25Cr-1Mo’ ’ASME-SA182 Gr.25Cr-0. seamless’ ’ASTM-A234 Gr.WPNC1 UNS N06600’ ’ASTM-B462 UNS NO8020. carbon moly.F347H’ ’ASTM-A182 Gr. 1. cement lined & ASTM-A234-WPB.WP304L’ ’ASTM-A403 Gr.WPB. 9Cr-1Mo.WPNIC UNS N08800.25Cr-0.25Cr-1Mo’ ’ASTM-A182 Gr. cement lined & ASTM-A234-WPB. seamless’ ’ASTM-A234 Gr.WP304LWX’ ’ASTM-A403 Gr.WP1.5Mo’ ’ASTM-A182 Gr. cement lined & ASTM-A234-WPB unspecified matl LONG DESCRIPTION ’ASTM-A234 Gr. 1. seamless.WP5’ ’ASTM-A234 Gr. seamless’ ’ASTM-B366 UNS NO8020. Incoloy ASTM-B366-WPNIC.25Cr-1Mo.F9’ ’ASTM-A182 Gr. 2.5Mo’ ’ASTM-A182 Gr.WP6061-T6. Incoloy.WP304S’ ’ASTM-A403 Gr.25Cr-0.5Mo Dur-O-Lok fitting’ ’ASTM-A182 Gr. carbon moly’ ’ASTM-A182 Gr.F21. seamless’ ’ASTM-A234 Gr.F22. 2.WP11.WP321WX’ ’ASTM-A403 Gr. treated & wrapped’ ’ASTM-A234 Gr._ _______________ PDS Piping Component Data . cement lined ASTM-A234-WPB.WP316’ ’ASTM-A403 Gr. Incoloy 800’ ’ASTM-B564 UNS NO8800.WPB. cement lined. 5Cr-0.25Cr-0. Incoloy ASTM-B564. Incoloy’ ’ASTM-B366 Gr.WP22.HF modified.WP1W. cement lined.WP22.WP5. 2.

21’ ’0.0625" thk @@0.5 CL1500 ANSI-B16.1 CL125 ANSI-B16. oval’ ’Octagonal ring joint gasket’ ’Lens joint gasket’ ’Seal ring gasket’ ’Gasket ??’ ’Ring gasket ??’ ’Full face gasket ??’ ’Victaulic gasket’ ’ANSI-B16.0625" thk.E’ ’Taylor Forge CL75’ ’Taylor Forge CL125’ ’Taylor Forge CL125LW’ ’Taylor Forge CL175’ ’Taylor Forge CL250’ ’Taylor Forge CL350’ ’’ ’0.5 CL150 @@ANSI-B16.1 CL800’ ’CL150’ ’CL300’ ’CL400’ ’CL600’ ’CL900’ ’CL1500’ ’CL2500’ ’AWWA-C207 Cl.1 CL250 ANSI-B16. API-601’ ’0.5 CL600 @@ANSI-B16.5 CL400’ ’ANSI-B16.20’ D.1 CL25’ ’ANSI-B16.25" thk 0.5 CL300’ ’ANSI-B16.0625" thk’ 523 . Commodity Codes @@0.25" thk’ ’0.5 CL1500’ ’ANSI-B16.1 CL800 @@CL150 CL300 CL400 CL600 CL900 CL1500 CL2500 @@AWWA-C207 Cl.E Taylor Forge CL75 Taylor Forge CL125 Taylor Forge CL125LW Taylor Forge CL175 Taylor Forge CL250 Taylor Forge CL350 ’Full face gasket’ ’Full face flat plastic gasket’ ’Ring gasket’ ’Spiral wound gasket’ ’Serrated gasket’ ’Corrugated gasket’ ’Double jacketed gasket’ ’Double jacketed corrugated gasket’ ’Envelope gasket’ ’Flat plastic ring gasket’ ’Ring gasket for plastic lined pipe’ ’Ring joint gasket.5 CL600’ ’ANSI-B16. oval Octagonal RJ gasket Lens joint gasket Seal ring gasket Gasket per reqn Ring gasket per reqn Full face gasket per reqn Vic gasket @@ANSI-B16.1 CL250’ ’ANSI-B16.0625" thk LONG DESCRIPTION ’0.5 CL400 @@ANSI-B16.125" compressed thk API 601’ ’ANSI-B16.5 CL150’ ’ANSI-B16. ANSI-B16.125" thk 0.125" comp thk @@ANSI-B16.1875" thk API-601’ ’0.1 CL25 ANSI-B16.1875" thk 0.20 0 1 2 1 2345678901234567890 X H SHORT DESCRIPTION @@0._ _______________ Appendix D: Gaskets Gaskets ! ! ! 0 1 2 1 2345678901234567890 FIRST LETTER: X .5 CL2500’ ’rating ??’ ’API-605 CL150’ ’API-605 CL300’ ’API-605 CL400’ ’API-605 CL600’ ’API-605 CL900’ ’API-605 CL75’ ’MSS-SP-44 CL150’ ’MSS-SP-44 CL300’ ’MSS-SP-44 CL600’ ’MSS-SP-44 CL900’ ’ANSI-B16.5 CL900’ ’ANSI-B16.5 CL300 ANSI-B16.GASKETS X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X ! ! A B C D E F G H I J K L M N R S T U V AA AB AC AD AE AF AG AX BA BB BC BD BE BH CA CB CD CE DA DB DC DD SA SB SC SD SE SF SG SH TB TC TD TE TF TG ZZ A B C D E F SHORT DESCRIPTION LONG DESCRIPTION @@Full face gasket Full plas gasket @@Ring gasket @@Spiral wound gasket Serrated gasket Corrugated gasket Double jkt gasket @@Double jacketed corrugated gasket Envelope gasket Plastic ring gasket Ring gasket @@Ring joint gasket.5 CL900 @@ANSI-B16.5 CL2500 rating per reqn @@API-605 CL150 @@API-605 CL300 API-605 CL400 API-605 CL600 API-605 CL900 API-605 CL75 @@MSS-SP-44 CL150 @@MSS-SP-44 CL300 @@MSS-SP-44 CL600 MSS-SP-44 CL900 ANSI-B16.1 CL125’ ’ANSI-B16.125" thk.

562"’ ’0.5" thk’ ’1.438" 0.0 mm ’50.625" 0.0 mm’ ’16.5 mm’ ’4.0 mm 40.125"’ ’1.0 mm’ ’3.125" 1. API-601’ ’6.281" 2.938"’ ’1"’ ’1.25" 0.0 mm 2.6 mm thk.25" thk 0.938" 1" 1.25" thk’ ’0.25" 0.438"’ ’0.312" 0.0 mm 60.0 mm’ ’80.6 mm thk’ ’3.0 mm 3.062"’ ’1.0 mm’ ’10.2 mm thk’ ’4.5 mm 4.5" 0.5 mm’ ’5.562" 0.April 2002 X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X ! ! I J K L N O P Q R S T U V X Z AA AB AC AD AF AG AH AI AJ AK AL AM AN AO AW BA BB BC BD CA CB CC CD CE CF CG CH CI CJ CK CL CM CN CO CP CQ CR CS DD MA MB MC MD ME MF MG MH MI MJ MK MM MN MO MP MQ MR 0.5"’ ’0.0 mm’ ’2.375"’ ’0.0 mm 8.125"’ ’0.21’ ’3.281"’ ’2.4 mm thk 3.2 mm thk 4.0 mm’ ’60.125" thk 0.0 mm’ ’8.188" 1.688"’ ’0.75"’ ’0.4 mm thk’ ’3.0 mm’ ’20.5 mm’ ’3.1875" thk’ ’0.25"’ ’0.875"’ ’0.0 mm 6.0 mm’ S-5S S-10S S-40S S-80S S-10 S-20 S-30 S-40 S-60 S-80 S-100 S-120 S-140 S-160 [???]|bore to match| S-LW S-STD S-XS S-XXS 0.0 mm 25.0 mm’ LONG DESCRIPTION 524 .375" 0.2 mm thk.125" 0.0 mm’ ’40.2 mm thk 4.5" thk 1.6 mm thk 3.812" 0.5 mm 3.8 mm thk 6.0 mm 35.5 mm 5.0 mm’ ’7.0 mm 0 1 2 1 2345678901234567890 X MS X MT X MU SHORT DESCRIPTION 50.0 mm’ ’25. API-601’ ’4.0 mm 4.2 mm thk 1. ANSI-B16.188"’ ’1.0 mm’ ’35.8 mm thk.0 mm’ ’30.25"’ ’0.1875" thk 0._ _______________ PDS Piping Component Data .188"’ ’0.125" thk’ ’0.0 mm 80.75" 0.0 mm 16.188" 0.4 mm thk thk per reqn ’0.6 mm thk 3.312"’ ’0.0 mm 7.812"’ ’0.875" 0.4 mm thk’ ’thk ??’ ’’ ’Sch 5S’ ’Sch 10S’ ’Sch 40S’ ’Sch 80S’ ’Sch 10’ ’Sch 20’ ’Sch 30’ ’Sch 40’ ’Sch 60’ ’Sch 80’ ’Sch 100’ ’Sch 120’ ’Sch 140’ ’Sch 160’ ’[???]’ ’light-weight’ ’standard-weight’ ’X-strong’ ’XX-strong’ ’0.625"’ ’0.0 mm’ ’6.8 mm thk’ ’6.2 mm thk. API 601’ ’1.0 mm 10.688" 0.062" 1.0 mm 20.8 mm thk 6.0 mm 30.0 mm’ ’4.

graphite filled.1 mm 20. 347 SS center ring’ ’321 SS. 316 SS inner ring’ ’316 SS. Garlock Style 3000’ ’organic fiber/EPDM binder Garlock Style 3700’ ’organic fiber/SBR binder Garlock Style 3200’ ’Grafoil. graphite filled.875")’ ’23.4 mm (0. graphite filled. mica/graphite filled.375")’ ’11.25")’ ’’ Gaskets ’low CS.6 mm 30. nitrile binder org fiber/EPDM binder org fiber/SBR binder Grafoil/304 Grafoil/316 Viton EPDM/Victaulic BUNA-N/Victaulic neoprene/Victaulic Monel.5Mo.7 mm (0. 140 BHN max’ ’316 SS.75")’ ’20. 130-140 BHN’ ’347 SS.9 mm 17. 304 SS wire mesh inserted. graphite filled.4 mm (1")’ ’27.0 mm 28. 304 SS gage & inner ring’ ’347 SS.4 mm 9.05% C max.2 mm 23.9 mm (0. CS gage & 304 SS inner ring’ ’304 SS.562")’ ’15.2 mm 31.8 mm (0. graphite filled.438")’ ’12._ _______________ Appendix D: X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X MV PA PB PD PE PF PG PH PI PJ PK PL PM PN PO PP PQ PR PS ZZ AAA AAB AAC AAD AAE AAF AAG ALR AZY AZZ HAA HAB ICA ICB ICC ICD ICE LAA LAB PAA PAD PAE PAF QAB QAC QAD QRB QRC QRF QSA QSB QSC QSD QSF QSG QSH QSJ QSK QSL QSM QSN QSO QSP QSS QST QSU QSV QSW QSX QUE 100. 316 SS mesh tang inserted.812")’ ’22. CS center ring @@304/graph-F. mica/graphite filled.125")’ ’4. mica/graphite filled. 321 IR @@neoprene sheet ’100. 120 BHN max’ ’5Cr-0.062")’ ’28.8 mm (1. CS center ring’ ’316 SS. TFE filled.188")’ ’6. Manville Style 103C’ ’316L SS. nitrile binder. CS center & 347 SS inner ring’ ’347 SS. graphite filled. CS center ring’ ’neoprene sheet. CS center ring.3 mm (0. CS center ring’ ’316 SS.2 mm (1.0 mm (1. 304 SS inner ring’ ’347 SS.21. CS center.V’ ’Monel. CS center ring’ ’321 SS.2 mm (0.5 mm (0. 12% Ni min. graphite filled. 316 IR @@304/Teflon-F. CS center ring & 304 SS inner ring’ ’316 SS. 304 SS center ring’ ’304 SS. metal oval ring’ ’316L SS. Teflon filled. Teflon filled.6 mm (0.2 mm 4. 304 IR 316/mica/graph CS center ring 316/mi/grph CS center ring. 304 SS inner ring’ ’304 SS. 304 IR @@304/graph-F.1 mm 12. graphite filled. CS center ring’ ’304 SS. CS center ring’ ’304 SS.7 mm 14. mica/graphite filled. graphite filled. graph filled org fiber/SBR binder org fiber/CR binder @@org fiber. 316 IR @@316/graph-F. CS center ring 304/mica/graph CS center ring 304/mi/grph CS center ring. CS center ring. 304 IR 304/graph 304 center ring 304/graph 304 center ring. 140 BHN max 316 SS. graphite filled’ ’organic fiber/SBR binder Garlock Style 3400’ ’organic fiber/neoprene binder Garlock Style 3300’ ’organic fiber.125")’ ’30. Lamons GHE’ ’Viton’ ’EPDM Victaulic Gr. 90 BHN max’ ’soft steel’ ’Incoloy 800’ ’Inconel 600.E’ ’BUNA-N Victaulic Gr.5Mo. w/0. 304 SS inner/outer ring’ ’304 SS. CS center. Lamons GHE’ ’Grafoil.5")’ ’14. graphite filled. 347 IR 347/graph filled Inconel/graph filled 304/graph CS center ring. ANSI-B16.8 mm @@ low CS @@5Cr-0. Monel center ring’ ’Alloy 20.625")’ ’17. 130 BHN max’ ’347 SS’ ’12 chrome Type 410’ ’321 SS’ ’316 SS. CS center ring’ ’304 SS.938")’ ’25. CS center ring. CS center ring’ ’304 SS. CS center. 304 IR 347/graph 347 center ring @@321/graph.T’ ’neoprene Victaulic Gr.0 mm 3.188")’ ’31.5 mm 11. CS center ring & 316 SS inner ring’ ’304 SS. 130-140 BHN’ ’soft iron. Teflon filled. 2.1 mm (0. Commodity Codes 525 . Flexitallic special Style R’ ’Inconel. Teflon filled. Teflon filled.1 mm (0. CS center ring’ ’316 SS. 90 BHN max soft steel Incoloy 800 @@Inconel 600.6 mm 22. CS center ring @@304/Teflon-F.0 mm’ ’3.8 mm 25.8 mm (0.5 mm 19. graphite filled.5 mm (0. CS center ring’ ’347 SS.2 mm (0.6 mm (1. graphite filled. graphite filled. 130 BHN max 347 SS 12Cr TP410 321 SS 316 SS @@347 SS.25")’ ’9.688")’ ’19.8 mm 6. graphite filled. special @@soft iron. graphite filled. CS center ring @@321/graph.3 mm 15. CS center ring. CS center ring @@316/graph-F. 304 IR 347/graph CS center ring 347/graph CS center ring. CS center ring.4 mm 27.2% Mo min. Monel center ring Alloy 20/TFE CS center ring neoprene sheet 316L/TFE CS center ring 316/metal oval ring 316L/graph filled. 321 SS inner ring’ ’neoprene sheet’ D.

1’ ’cap screw hex head w/o nut.1.1.1.1.1.0.1.0.1’ ’hex nut heavy series ANSI-B1.625" diam 48 .1.625" diam’ ’16 .875" diam @@24 .1. w/flat washer.1. w/o nut.1" diam 24 .1.125" diam’ ’40 . w/nut orifice bolt hvy hex hd.875" diam’ ’24 . heavy series ANSI-B1.1.875" diam’ ’24 . heavy series ANSI-B1.1.2" diam’ ’8 .875" diam @@24 .125" diam 32 .5" diam 40 .25" diam’ ’40 .5" diam @@48 .0.75" diam 48 .5" diam’ ’8 .1.1.75" diam’ ’48 .1" diam @@32 .125" diam’ ’32 .1’ ’’ 526 .5" diam @@8 . w/nut.25" diam’ ’56 .875" diam’ ’64 .875" diam 64 .5" diam’ ’48 .0.1.1’ ’machine bolt hex head. w/hvy hex nuts stud.1’ ’studbolt.1.1’ ’studbolt.75" diam’ ’16 .25" diam’ ’40 .625" diam’ ’48 .5" diam’ ’72 . w/two flat washers & hex nuts.1.0.5" diam @@88 .0.75" diam’ ’88 .1.1" diam’ ’32 .25" diam @@ bolt hvy hex hd.1. w/o nut.0.1. heavy series ANSI-B1.625" diam’ ’64 .0.5" diam @@72 . w/four hex nuts.0.1.BOLTING Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y A B F H J L M Z JA JB JC JD JE JF JG JH JI JJ JK JL JM JN JO JP JQ JR JS JT JU JV JW JX JY JZ KA KB KC KD KE LA ZZ C D E F G H I L M P Y Z SHORT DESCRIPTION LONG DESCRIPTION @@Bolt set for FFFE joint @@Bolt set for RFFE joint Bolt set for lap joint Jackscrew pair Bolt set for RJFE joint Bolt set for lens joint @@ 8 .875" diam @@64 . w/nut bolt hvy hex.625" diam’ ’16 .1.1’ ’studbolt.625" diam’ ’56 . w/hex nuts.1.1.75" diam’ ’104 . heavy series per ANSI-B1. w/nut & 2 washers @@stud w/hvy hex nuts stud hvy hex nuts orifice mach bolt hex hd.75" diam @@24 .5" diam’ ’40 .1. heavy series per ANSI-B1.125" diam’ ’32 .5" diam’ ’88 .75" diam 104 .1’ ’machine bolt hex head.1.1.25" diam 40 .1.1.1.875" diam’ ’64 .1’ ’machine bolt hex head.1.25" diam @@56 .0.0.25" diam’ ’’ ’machine bolt hex head.375" diam’ ’40 .1.1’ ’studbolts w/hex nuts.25" diam’ ’48 .25" diam @@40 .1.75" diam 16 .1. w/o nut stud.2" diam @@8 .1.5" diam’ ’64 .1.5" diam @@64 .0.75" diam’ ’24 . heavy series ANSI-B1.1" diam’ ’24 ._ _______________ PDS Piping Component Data . w/nut.0. heavy series ANSI-B1. heavy series ’Bolt set for flat face joint’ ’Bolt set for raised face joint’ ’Bolt set for lap joint’ ’Jackscrew pair’ ’Bolt set for ring joint flanged end’ ’Bolt set for lens joint’ ’Miscellaneous bolting’ ’’ ’8 .25" diam @@48 .1’ ’machine bolt hex head w/nuts per ANSI-B1.1.125" diam @@40 .75" diam 88 . heavy series ANSI-B1.1.1.125" diam @@32 .1. w/o nut @@machine bolt hex hd w/nuts @@cap screw hex head hex nut.1.1.625" diam @@16 .April 2002 Bolting ! ! ! 0 1 2 1 2345678901234567890 FIRST LETTER: Y .625" diam @@56 .625" diam 64 .1.1. heavy series ANSI-B1.375" diam 40 .625" diam @@16 .0.

B7. Commodity Codes 527 .2. w/A194 Gr.B7. cad plated @@ASTM-A193-B8C Cl. 300 BHN max.2.2HM hvy hex nuts’ ’ASTM-A193 Gr.B16.5" lg @@3.B7 w/SA194 Gr.25" lg 7. w/A194-3 hvy hex nuts @@ASTM-A193-B16 w/A194-4 hvy hex nuts ASTM-A193-B16. Electrofilm 2006 coated’ ’ASTM-A193 Gr. Cl.B8 Cl.2H hvy hex nuts’ ’ASTM-A193 Gr.w/A194-8C hvy hex nuts ASTM-A193-B16. w/A194-8 hvy hex nuts @@ASTM-A193-B7 ASTM-A193-B8 Cl. w/A194-2H hvy hex nuts ASTM-A193-B8 Cl.B8C Cl.25" long’ ’7.75" long’ ’6" long’ ’6. Electrofilm 2006 coated’ ’ASTM-A193 Gr. w/o nuts. w/ASTM-B695.75" long’ ’3" long’ ’3.2H hvy hex nuts.B7.25" long’ ’1.B’ ’ASTM-A307 Gr. w/A194-3 hvy hex nuts ASTM-A194-2H @@ASME-SA193-B7 w/SA194-2H hvy hex nuts ASME-SA193-B7. Electrofilm 2006 coated’ D.50 zinc coating’ ’ASTM-A307 Gr.2.25" lg @@6. Electrofilm 2006 coated’ ’ASTM-A193 Gr. w/A563-A nuts ASTM-A307-B ASTM-A307-B @@ASTM-A193-B8C Cl.2.2H hvy hex nuts. w/o nuts’ ’ASTM-A193 Gr.75" lg 8" lg +15 mm +20 mm +25 mm +40 mm +50 mm @@ @@ASTM-A307-B w/A563-A hvy hex nuts ASTM-A307-B.5" lg @@1.B8 Cl.B w/A563 Gr.1 w/A194-8C hv hx nuts ASTM-A193-B7. w/A194 Gr.25" long’ ’5.1 w/A194 Gr.5" long’ ’2.25" lg @@3.25" long’ ’2.75" lg 6" lg @@6.75" lg @@3" lg @@3. Electrofilm 2006 coated’ ’ASTM-A193 Gr.A nuts.2H hvy hex nuts’ ’ASME-SA193 Gr.2H hvy hex nuts’ ’ASTM-A193 Gr.B7 w/A194 Gr.75" long’ ’2" long’ ’2. w/SA194-2H hvy hex nuts ’1" long’ ’1.25" lg @@1. w/A194 Gr. cadmium plated’ ’ASTM-A193 Gr. Cl.25" lg @@2.75" long’ ’7" long’ ’7.25" long’ ’6.75" lg 7" lg 7. Electofilm 2006 coated’ ’ASTM-A193 Gr.5" long’ ’7.5" lg 6. Electrofilm 2006 coated’ ’ASTM-A193 Gr. w/A194 Gr. w/A194-2H hvy hex nuts ASTM-A193-B7M.75" lg 5" lg @@5. w/A194 Gr.2H’ ’ASME-SA193 Gr.1 w/A194 Gr. w/A194 Gr. w/o nuts Electrofilm 2006 coated’ ’ASTM-A193 Gr.75" long’ ’8" long’ ’plus 15 mm added ’plus 20 mm added ’plus 25 mm added ’plus 40 mm added ’plus 50 mm added ’’ LONG DESCRIPTION Bolting length’ length’ length’ length’ length’ ’ASTM-A307 Gr.5" lg 7. w/ASTM-B695.5" long’ ’5.B8C Cl.25" long’ ’3.5" long’ ’6. w/ASTM-A194 Gr.B16 w/A194 Gr.5" lg @@2.B7’ ’ASTM-A193 Gr.1 w/A194-8C hv hx nuts @@ASTM-A193-B7 w/A194-2H hvy hex nts ASTM-A193-B7 @@ASTM-A193-B7M w/A194-2H hvy hex nuts ASTM-A193-B7M.2H hvy hex nuts.B8 Cl.25" lg 5.8 hvy hex nuts. Electrofilm 2006 coated’ ’ASTM-A193 Gr.2 ASTM-A193-B8 Cl.B7.B16.5" long’ ’5" long’ ’5.2.4 hvy hex nuts.5" lg @@5.75" lg @@4" lg @@4.8C hvy hex nuts’ ’ASTM-A193 Gr.B7M w/A194 Gr.2.3 hvy hex nuts. w/A194-2HM hvy hex nuts ASTM-A193-B7M.8 hvy hex nuts’ ’ASTM-A193 Gr.50 zinc coating’ ’ASTM-A193 Gr.75" long’ ’4" long’ ’4.B8 Cl.B8C Cl.2.2H hvy hex nuts. w/ASTM-A194 Gr.25" lg @@4. w/A194-2HM hvy hex nuts @@ASTM-A193-B7M ASTM-A193-B7.2.B.B7M. w/A194-2H nuts.B w/A563 Gr.5" lg 4. Electrofilm 2006 coated’ ’ASTM-A193 Gr.5" long’ ’3.5" long’ ’1.3 hvy hex nuts’ ’ASTM-A194 Gr.B7M.75" lg @@2" lg @@2._ _______________ Appendix D: ! ! 0 1 2 1 2345678901234567890 Y FA Y FB Y FC Y FD Y FE Y FF Y FG Y FH Y FI Y FJ Y FK Y FL Y FM Y FN Y FO Y FP Y FQ Y FR Y FS Y FT Y FU Y FV Y FX Y FY Y FZ Y GA Y GB Y GC Y GD Y MC Y MD Y ME Y MG Y MI Y ZZ Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y AAA AAB AAW AAX FFB FFC FFD FFF FFG FFL FFM FFN FFO FFP FFT FFU FFV FFW FFX FFY FFZ FGT FGU FGV FYF GGC GGD SHORT DESCRIPTION 1" lg 1. w/A194 Gr.8C hvy hex nuts’ ’ASTM-A193 Gr.8C hvy hex nuts. w/SA194 Gr.B7M’ ’ASTM-A193 Gr.2 ASTM-A193-B8C Cl.A hvy hex nuts’ ’ASTM-A307 Gr.5" long’ ’4" long’ ’4. w/ASTM-A194 Gr.B7M. w/A194-8 hvy hex nuts ASTM-A193-B8 Cl.2HM hvy hex nuts.

Electrofilm 2006 coated’ ’ASTM-B164 Monel UNS NO4400’ 528 . w/SA194 Gr._ _______________ PDS Piping Component Data . w/A194-8 hvy hex nuts ASTM-A320-B8 Cl.B16. w/SA194 Gr. Electrofilm 2006 coated’ ’ASME-SA193 Gr.B nuts.8 hvy hex nuts.660 Cl. Electrofilm 2006 coated’ ’ASTM-A320 Gr. w/A194 Gr. Electrofilm 2006 coated’ ’ASTM-A320 Gr. w/SA194-3 hvy hex nuts ASTM-A453-660 Cl. Electrofilm 2006 coated’ ’ASTM-A320 Gr.B8 Cl.3 hvy hex nuts.B16 w/SA194 Gr.8 hvy hex nuts’ ’ASTM-A320 Gr.2.2 @@ASTM-A320-L7 w/A194-4 hvy hex nuts @@ASTM-A320-L7 ASTM-A320-L7 ASTM-A320-L7.2.L7.B8 Cl.April 2002 ! ! 0 1 2 1 2345678901234567890 Y GGE Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y GGF GGG IIA ILU ILV ILW ILX MLF MLG MLH MLT OAA SHORT DESCRIPTION ASME-SA193-B16.2.L7. w/A194-8 hvy hx nuts ASTM-A320-B8 Cl.2.L7 w/A194 Gr.B8 Cl.B16. Electrofilm 2006 coated’ ’ASME-SA193 Gr.2 ASTM-A320-B8 Cl.4 hvy hex nuts. Electrofilm 2006 coated’ ’ASTM-A320 Gr.B8 Cl.4 hvy hex nuts’ ’ASTM-A320 Gr.B @@ASTM-A320-B8 Cl.L7’ ’ASTM-A320 Gr. w/A194 Gr.4 hvy hex nuts. w/A194-4 hvy hex nuts ASTM-B164 LONG DESCRIPTION ’ASME-SA193 Gr.2’ ’ASTM-A320 Gr.3 nuts’ ’ASTM-A453 Gr. w/SA194-3 hvy hex nuts @@ASME-SA193-B16 w/SA194-4 hvy hex nuts ASME-SA193-B16.2 w/A194 Gr.

Appendix H PD t = _________ 2(SE +PY ) where P D S E Y Design pressure Pipe outside diameter Allowable stress read from the Materials table Joint quality factor determined from the wall thickness attribute Cxxx where xxx is 100 times E Coefficient Y read from the Materials table 6 6 Refer to the spec access example below for more information on how the wall thickness equation is used to determine the actual wall thickness value.1(D) PD tm = _________ + A 2(SE +Py ) EL01 Source .1986 [Chemical Plant and Petroleum Refinery Piping] Thickness logic from paragraph 304.1.3 These equations define formulas for the calculation of piping wall thickness and branch reinforcement to resist positive pressure.ANSI-B31.3.1986 [Power Piping] Thickness logic from paragraph 104.1.1 and ANSI-B31.3._ _______________ Appendix E: Calculations From ANSI-B31. E. equation 3a Reinforcement logic from paragraph 304.3c. Delivered Equations The thickness and branch reinforcement logic for the following equations are hardcoded in the software. ANSI Calculations 529 .3 Appendix E Calculations From ANSI-B31.3 & Code .1. EJ01 Source .ANSI-B31. equation 3 Reinforcement logic from paragraph 104.1 and ANSI-B31.

If default values exist for BOTH sets of design conditions. In each calculation set. This factor is one of the parameters used in the thickness calculation. their units of measure are converted to those used in the Temperature-Pressure Table associated with the Piping Materials Class to which the component belongs. yyy casting. Pressures and temperatures used in thickness/branch reinforcement calculations are derived from data in the Piping Design Database. At least one complete set of conditions must be defined. 530 . both normal and alternate operating conditions are used. joint or structural grade quality factor (E) times 100._ _______________ PDS Piping Component Data . Independent sets of thickness/reinforcement calculations are carried out for each applicable pressure/temperature set.85). the quality factor for the pipe should be entered here. The letters that form this code have the following meaning: x alphanumeric code that defines the equation to use in the calculation. Both normal and alternate pressure and temperature conditions are considered. Possible values and their definitions are: — If this character is C. If you are defining a calculation to be performed on a seamless fitting (E=1) but want to match the thickness for the mating welded pipe (E=0. Once the proper pressure and temperature sets are determined. — If the code is any character other than C. the schedule/thickness for the applicable end of the component is determined by calculations using the thickness equation with the name EX. The system reports an error if you request a thickness calculation involving a vacuum condition (negative pressure). Thickness Equations The following considerations apply to thickness equations. Conversions are performed using the procedures and conversion factors defined for the Units of Measure in Appendix F. the schedule/thickness for the applicable end of the component is determined by calculations using the thickness equation defined in the DEFAULT_WALL_THICK_EQUATION attribute of the Piping Materials Class database table. Thickness calculations are triggered by specifying an equation name in the Schedule/Thickness attribute of the Piping Commodity Specification Data.April 2002 General Considerations The following considerations apply to both thickness equations and branch reinforcement calculations. Only positive pressure is considered. An asterisk (*) followed by a name (of the form xyyy) defines the specific calculation or table lookup to be used for wall thickness. the corresponding operating conditions are ignored. The thicker calculated thickness is used. table values that are temperature dependent are determined on the basis of the temperature applicable to the calculation set being considered. If actual values exist for the normal design or the alternate design pressure/temperatures.

pipe outside diameter must be calculated or retrieved from a table before the wall thickness can be used as part of a table name.1 and ANSI-B31. ANSI Calculations 531 . — the applicable branch reinforcement being either a reinforcing weld or a reinforcing pad. The need to perform a branch reinforcement calculation is triggered by — the placement of a generic branch component with the actual item name determined from a branch table. Then the system adds the corrosion allowance from the PMC. The system uses the greater of these values as the uncorroded wall thickness. where YYY is defined in the entry *XYYY made under the Schedule Thickness attribute for the Commodity Item under consideration. or structural grade quality factor (E). Calculations From ANSI-B31. A 0. it is compared against the thickness range in the Materials table and the retirement thickness in the Thickness Data table._ _______________ Appendix E: For components with ends having different nominal diameters. (See Branch Insertion Tables. This revised thickness is compared against the minimum thickness value in the Thickness Data table. as determined by specific *xyyy entries in the Commodity Item entity. The calculation of the 20" end results in a 0.5" thickness. One or more ends may need to calculated. The calculation of the 20" end results in a 0.5" thickness. The calculation of the 24" end results in a 0. Spec Access The execution of a pipe wall thickness calculation is performed when the variable PIPE_OD_n is encountered in the physical data definition of a pipe or component.55" thick reducer is used.6" thickness. independent sets of thickness determinations are performed for each NPD. — A 24" x 20" reducer is defined in the Piping Commodity Table to have a *XYYY 24" end and a *XYYY 20" end.3 All thickness calculations involve a casting. the thread thickness from the wall thickness table.6" thick reducer is used. For example: — A 20" x 10" reducer is defined in the Piping Commodity Table to have a *xyyy 20" end and a 0. The larger of these two values is compared against the preferred thickness value in the Thickness Data table. or structural grade quality factor (E). joint. The value for this factor is YYY/100. Branch Reinforcement The following considerations apply to branch reinforcement calculations. A 0. E. and the mill tolerance from the Materials table. joint.55" thick. The value for this factor is YYY/100. The larger thickness (calculated or predefined) is used. All calculations involve a casting. and the next largest preferred value is used for table look-ups and is stored in the TDB. Once the actual thickness is calculated. Therefore. The fillet welds joining reinforcing pads to the header and to the branch are considered in determining the available reinforcement area. 10" end.) — the presence of more than one item name in the Preferred Branch AABBCC Codes fields of the applicable branch table. where YYY is defined in the Modifier attribute for entries with an item name of PIPING.

By default. Verification of Schedule Thickness You can set an option in the RDB to determine how the piping segment override schedule/thickness value will be handled during wall thickness calculations.April 2002 If the Thickness Data table uses schedules as preferred thickness. the schedules are translated to an actual thickness by a table look-up from a table of the form MALWT//Term_type//shc_thick//generic_flag//weight_code and output 2 gives the actual wall thickness. 532 . the piping segment schedule/thickness override is used in place of the value determined from the Piping Job Specification._ _______________ PDS Piping Component Data .

Green Page 538 539 539 539 540 540 540 544 544 569 577 577 577 578 578 579 579 579 582 584 584 584 584 584 591 591 597 598 598 598 600 600 601 602 602 613 533 . Codelists This section details the codelists used in PDS. Subject CL31 CL35 CL36 CL37 CL50 CL69 CL125 CL130 CL145 CL148 CL160 CL180 CL190 CL200 CL210 CL220 CL230 CL330 CL332 CL340 CL360 CL365 CL366 CL380 CL390 CL400 CL420 CL425 CL430 CL499 CL530 CL550 CL570 CL572 CL575 CL576 Description Object Types for Orthographic Drawings Approval Status Structural Approval Status HVAC Approval Status Hold Status Equipment Divisions/Form Code Fluid Code/Connector Type Construction Status Materials Grade Piping Materials Class Description Responsibility Fabrication Category Coating Requirements Heat Tracing Requirements Heat Tracing Media Insulation Purpose Cleaning Requirements CP Type/Termination/Preparation Schedule/Thickness Override Safety Classification Stress Analysis Requirements Reporting Requirements Requirement to Reconstruct Piping Component Type Action Option Piping Component Type/Source Piping/Tubing Type Instrument Component Type/Source Piping Notes Accessory/Item Type Operator/Actuator Type Design Standard Wall Thickness Equation Geometry Standard Table Suffix/End Standard . The data contained within this appendix is for informational purposes only and may not exactly match the codelists delivered with the product._ _______________ Appendix F: Codelists Appendix F Codelists F.

_ _______________ PDS Piping Component Data .April 2002 CL577 CL578 CL990 CL999 CL1010 CL1028 CL1056 CL1064 CL1074 CL1100 CL1162 CL1201 CL1202 CL1203 CL1204 CL1205 CL1207 CL1208 CL1209 CL1310 CL1312 CL1410 CL1605 CL1610 CL1620 CL1630 CL1710 CL1720 CL1900 CL2000 Table Suffix/End Standard .Red Weight Code Types of Piping Commodity Data Forms Standard Note Title Area Units Mass Units Temperature Units Pressure Units Density Units Weld Type Force Units Drawing Scale Drawing Size Interference Manager Approval Status Interference Clash Type Interference Manager Action Interference Manager Approval Method Clash Checking Option Clash Checking Volume Filter Option Report Source Report Type Design Review Type Model Status Force Units for FrameWorks Plus Drawing View Direction Drawing View Composition Status Document Source Document Type Isometric Drawing Type PD_Draw Document Type 616 620 622 622 623 624 624 624 625 625 625 625 626 626 626 626 627 627 627 627 627 628 628 628 628 628 628 629 631 632 534 .

For PDS users that wish to modify codelist files delivered with the PDS software to reflect their own practices. The formats of specification type reports for the Instrument Task require that applicable codelist descriptions do not exceed 25 characters. two approaches are possible: Make the modifications within the range of codelist numbers defined in the codelist library delivered with the PDS software. cannot revise a codelist set from a work session. Manual of Petroleum Measurement Standards._ _______________ Appendix F: General Comments F. however.2 Comments Specific to Units of Measure Codelist Sets The PDS system of units is derived from the 1980 Edition of API-2564. This will minimize possible conflicts assigned numbers but will require compiling of the codelists and of the associated databases. can only be made in the General RDB or Standard Note Library. 535 . the maximum number of entries that may be expected for a specific codelist set is shown in parenthesis following the name of the codelist set. require that a shorter description be made. For example: For the P&ID Task. delete or revise codelist sets to reflect your own practices.1 General Comments F. The disadvantage is that numbers added by the User may conflict with numbers added in future versions of software. however. terminology and language. Values enclosed in brackets [ ] in pages that follow represent descriptive information. Codelists Codelist sets in this document define the values for all codelisted attributes used in the PDS Piping Task which are specific to US plant design practices. Revisions to a codelist set. F. A task user. The net length of a codelist entry cannot exceed 50 characters. Chapter 15 "Guidelines for the Use of the International System of Units (SI) in the Petroleum and Allied Industries". Other considerations may. In listings that follow. The values stored in the codelist sets will exclude this bracketed information from the codelist descriptions. Increase the maximum number of entries allowed for the codelist set and make additions to it in the range of extended numbers. The tables in this document include the following information. This has the advantage of resulting in the best organized set of codelisted definitions. You can add. the total compressed length of a label part can not exceed 36 characters.

Entries in this column define the quantity whose units of measure are being defined.290 304 E+02 = 9. summation may also be required to effect the desired conversion. Most of the conversion factors are shown to six or seven significant figures. An asterisk (*) indicates that all following digits are zeros. The conversion is done per the equation: y= A + Bx where. For example. 536 . This code is not explicitly shown in the tables.535 924 E-01. Those shown to fewer than six significant figures are limited by the precision of the known or determinable value of a physical property.290 304 x 10ˆ2 = 929. such as temperature. In some cases.3048000. For example.048 000 x 10ˆ-1 = 0.April 2002 Codelist set This is the number of the codelist set that identifies a specific quantity. For example. 3. reference to unit type 28 refers to "mass". in codelist set 1028. If a conversion factor happens to end in several zeros but does not have an asterisk. any subsequent digits would not necessarily be zeros. codelist number 1 in codelist set 1028 refers to the "lb" units of measure. to convert a mass measurement in "lb" to "kg". Several unit names are provided for a given codelist set. multiply the value in the former units by the conversion factor. Two sets of columns define the conversion of variables expressed in the units shown under the column "Unit Name" to the unit shown under the column "Destination Unit". This is the number that defines a specific unit of measure within a codelist set. codelist set 1028 includes the units of measure that apply to the quantity "mass". 4. Conversion to first unit in CL: Two sets of columns define the conversion of the units shown under the column Unit Name to the first unit shown in that column. The column captioned Factor provides the actual conversion factor to be used for the conversion. The unit type equals the number of the codelist set minus 1000.048 000 E-01 = 3. For example. 9.0304. Any of these names can be used to define the quantity. Groups of three digits are separated by spaces with no commas. Similarly. The following explanations apply: Codelist no Unit type Quantity name Unit name: Conversion to destination unit: The column captioned Destination Unit defines the unit to which the unit included under the column Unit Name will be converted using the value shown under the column Factor._ _______________ PDS Piping Component Data . such as the density of distilled water at a reference temperature. All conversion factors are taken or derived from API Publication 2564. For example.

B is the factor in the column captioned Factor B. y applies to the value of the variable expressed in the units shown in the first line of the column captioned Unit Name. For example: K= k= M= m= m= N= n= kelvin kilo= 10ˆ3 mega= 10ˆ6 milli= 10ˆ-3 (when m is used as a prefix) metre (when m is used alone) newton nano= 10ˆ-9 General Comments F. The blank space is used to silence the units in the formation of labels. Nomenclature: Symbol bar degC g kg m min Pa t Name bar degree Celsius gram kilogram metre minute pascal metric ton Quantity pressure temperature mass mass length time pressure mass 537 . The distinction between upper case and lower case symbols is very important. Codelists In editing any of the codelist sets for units. a blank space is provided as the first character in the unit name._ _______________ Appendix F: x applies to the value of the variable expressed in the units shown in the column captioned Unit Name. do not change the meaning of existing codelist values. A is the factor in the column captioned Factor A. In all codelist sets for units.

_ _______________ PDS Piping Component Data . Object Types for Orthographic Drawings (40) Equipment Category Object Types (100-149) The Range of 100-149 for the equipment category is divided into two parts: 101-110 These entries are reserved by INTERGRAPH and may not be changed by the user.dwg and labels.April 2002 CL31. revised. 101 110 120 124 128 130 135 140 = = = = = = = = ’Equipment ’Equipment ’Equipment ’Equipment ’Equipment ’Equipment ’Equipment ’Equipment Group’ Nozzle’ Platform’ Handrail’ Penetration’ Stair’ Ladder’ Davit’ Piping 205 207 210 215 220 = = = = = Category Object Types (200-249) ’Piping ’Pipe’ ’Piping ’Piping ’Piping Segment’ Component’ Specialty’ Support’ Instrument Category Object Types (250-279) 250 252 255 260 = = = = ’Control Valves and Regulators’ ’Relief Devices’ ’Other In-Line Instruments’ ’Off-Line Instruments’ HVAC Category Object Types (359-399) 359 360 361 362 363 364 365 366 367 368 369 370 371 = = = = = = = = = = = = = ’HVAC ’HVAC ’HVAC ’HVAC ’HVAC ’HVAC ’HVAC ’HVAC ’HVAC ’HVAC ’HVAC ’HVAC ’HVAC Coil Data’ Connector Data’ Damper Data’ Diffuser Data’ Duct Data’ DEquipment Data’ Filter Data’ Fitting Data’ Grille Data’ Hood Data’ Humidifier Data’ Register Data’ Terminal Devices’ 538 .ENT’ MAX=999 0031.xxx (where xxx is the drawing type number defined in CL2000 ) in the project directory. Object Types for Orthographic Drawings (40) C31 DF=’WRK_DD_CODLST:CODE0031. and/or deleted by the user. 111-149 Codelist entries in this range may be created. If modified the user must also revise the contents of the file eqp_object.

Some data displays require that only values to the left of the "=" sign be shown. 1 2 3 4 = = = = ’New’ ’Existing’ ’Dismantle’ ’Future’ 539 . 0= 1 = 2 = 3 = 4 = ’New’ ’Existing’ ’Future’ ’User 1’ ’User 2’ CL37. Codelists CL35. other reports require that only values to the right of the "=" sign be displayed. other reports require that only values to the right of the "=" sign be displayed. Approval Status (10) NOTE: In editing this codelist set. do not change the meaning of existing codelist values. Structural Approval Status (15) NOTE: In editing this codelist set. do not change the meaning of existing codelist values. The following are the requirements in use of the "approval status. Some data displays require that only values to the left of the "=" sign be shown. HVAC Approval Status (10) NOTE: In editing this codelist set." 2 reserved for ’approved’ 3 reserved for ’not approved’ 11-20 reserved for ’approved’ 21-30 reserved for ’not approved’ 1 = [Blank] 2 = ’A =Approved’ 3 = ’NA=Not approved’ CL36. other reports require that only values to the right of the "=" sign be displayed. Some data displays require that only values to the left of the "=" sign be shown._ _______________ Appendix F: EERWAY Category Object Types (300-306) 300 301 302 303 304 305 306 307 308 = = = = = = = = = ’EERWAY ’EERWAY ’EERWAY ’EERWAY ’EERWAY ’EERWAY ’EERWAY ’EERWAY ’EERWAY Connect Point’ OneLine’ Straight’ Fitting’ Space Envelope’ To_Equipment’ To_Support’ Eqp Panel’ Duct Bank’ General Comments F. do not change the meaning of existing codelist values.

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CL50, Hold Status (10)
NOTE: In editing this codelist set, do not change the meaning of existing codelist values. Some data displays require that only values to the left of the "=" sign be shown; other reports require that only values to the right of the "=" sign be displayed. Labels always require that only values to the right of the "=" sign be displayed. 1 = ’NH=Not held’ 2 = ’H =Hold’

CL69, Equipment Divisions/Form Code (99)
NOTE: In editing this codelist set, do not change the meaning of codelist value "All". Some data displays require that only values to the left of the "=" sign be shown; other data displays require that only values to the right of the "=" sign be displayed. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 = = = = = = = = ’A= ’B= ’C= ’D= ’E= ’F= ’H= ’I= All’ Vessels’ Heat transfer’ Mechanical’ Civil/Structural’ Piping’ Electrical’ Other’

CL125, Fluid Code/Connector Type (999)
NOTE: In editing this codelist set, do not change the meaning of existing codelist values 950-999. 1 = [Blank] 11 14 17 20 23 26 29 32 35 40 71 75 79 83 87 91 100 101 103 105 107 = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = ’A’ ’AC’ ’AE’ ’AI’ ’AO’ ’AP’ ’APU’ ’AR’ ’AS’ ’AZ’ ’C’ ’CA’ ’CE’ ’CF’ ’CLP’ ’CPR’ ’CZ’ ’D’ ’DC’ ’DCH’ ’DGR’ [Air] [Combustion air] [Aeration air] [Instrument air] [Operational air] [Plant air] [Purge air] [Regeneration air] [Starting air] [Other air] [Refrigerant] [Ammonia refrigerant] [Ethylene refrigerant] [Freon refrigerant] [LP refrigerant] [Propylene refrigerant] [Other refrigerant] [Sewer] [Caustic sewer] [Chemical sewer] [Drain to grade]

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109 111 113 115 117 119 121 123 125 127 128 130 = = = = = = = = = = = = ’DOW’ ’DP’ ’DPH’ ’DS’ ’DSP’ ’DST’ ’DW’ ’DWS’ ’DX’ [Blank] [Blank] ’DZ’ [Oily water sewer] [Process sewer] [Heated process sewer] [Sanitary sewer] [Press sanitary sewer] [Storm sewer] [Clean water sewer] [Sour water sewer] [Acid sewer] [Storm, oily water or sanitary sewer] [Storm or oily water sewer] [Other sewer] [Foam] [Gas] [Carbon dioxide gas] [Chlorine gas] [Chlorination gas] [Fuel gas] [Flue gas] [Hydrogen gas] [Hydrogen sulphide gas] [Inert gas] [LP gas] [Make-up gas] [Natural gas] [Nitrogen gas] [Oxygen gas] [Purge gas] [Reformed gas] [Synthesis gas] [Sour gas] [Sweet gas] [Waste gas [Other gas] [Solvent] [Glycol] [Furfural] [Dewaxing] [Other solvent] [Chemical] [Chemical injection] [Anhydrous ammonia] [Aluminum chloride] [Aqueous ammonia] [0-50% caustic solution] [Dry chlorine] [Ethylene oxide] [Hydrogen chloride] [Inhibitor A] [Inhibitor B] [Lube oil additives] [Methyl alcohol] [Sulfur] [Liquid sulfur] [Other chemical]

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161 = ’F’ 191 194 197 198 200 203 206 209 212 215 218 221 224 227 230 233 236 239 242 245 250 341 346 351 356 370 401 402 405 409 413 417 421 425 429 433 434 440 444 448 452 460 = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = ’G’ ’GCD’ ’GCL’ ’GCN’ ’GF’ ’GG’ ’GH’ ’GHS’ ’GI’ ’GLP’ ’GM’ ’GN’ ’GNI’ ’GOX’ ’GP’ ’GR’ ’GS’ ’GSO’ ’GSW’ ’GW’ ’GZ’ ’K’ ’KG’ ’KF’ ’KD’ ’KZ’ ’M’ [Blank] ’MAA’ ’MAC’ ’MAW’ ’MC5’ ’MCL’ ’MEO’ ’MHC’ ’MIA’ ’MIB’ ’MLA’ ’MMA’ ’MS’ ’MSL’ ’MZ’

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491 493 495 497 499 500 503 505 507 509 511 513 515 520 521 522 524 527 530 533 536 539 542 545 550 = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = ’O’ ’OD’ ’ODS’ ’OF’ ’OFR’ ’OFS’ ’OH’ ’OL’ ’OLS’ ’OS’ ’OSO’ ’OSW’ ’OWS’ ’OZ’ ’P’ [Blank] ’PA’ ’PAS’ ’PB’ ’PH’ ’PHH’ ’PHW’ ’PL’ ’PS’ ’PZ’ [Oil] [Diesel fuel oil] [Dry slop oil] [Flushing oil] [Fuel oil return] [Fuel oil supply] [Hydraulic oil] [Lube] [Lube and seal oil] [Seal oil] [Sour oil] [Sweet oil] [Wet slop oil] [Other oil] [Process] [Special process] [Process w/ rich/lean amine] [Process w/ severe amine] [Process w/ benzene] [Process w/ H2] [Process w/ H2 & H2S] [Process w/ aqueous H2S] [Low temperature process] [Process w/ S] [Other process] [Relief to atmosphere] [Relief to flare] [Other relief] [Steam] [Boiler feed water or steam] [Boiler feed water, steam or condensate] [Steam or condensate] [Extr press CL1500 steam] [High press CL900 steam] [Low press CL150 steam] [Med press CL600 steam] [Nor press CL300 steam] [Superheated steam] [Vacuum steam] [Exhaust CL125 steam] [Other steam] [Steam condensate] [Atmospheric CL125 steam condensate] [Extr press CL1500 steam condensate] [High press CL900 steam condensate] [Low press CL150 steam condensate] [Med press CL600 steam condensate] [Nor press CL300 steam condensate] [Vacuum steam condensate] [Other steam condensate] [Vent] [Vent to atmosphere] [Vent to flare] [Other vent]

581 = ’RA’ 591 = ’RF’ 610 = ’RZ’ 611 613 615 617 621 623 625 627 629 631 633 635 640 641 643 645 647 649 651 653 655 660 721 731 741 750 = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = ’S’ [Blank] [Blank] [Blank] ’SE’ ’SH’ ’SL’ ’SM’ ’SN’ ’SS’ ’SV’ ’SX’ ’SZ’ ’SC’ ’SCA’ ’SCE’ ’SCH’ ’SCL’ ’SCM’ ’SCN’ ’SCV’ ’SCZ’ ’V’ ’VA’ ’VF’ ’VZ’

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751 753 755 757 759 761 763 764 765 767 768 771 772 773 775 777 779 781 783 785 786 789 791 792 795 797 798 801 803 805 807 809 811 812 815 817 819 830 831 835 839 843 847 851 853 860 861 865 869 873 877 881 890 950 951 953 955 956 960 961 = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = ’W’ ’WB’ ’WBA’ ’WBB’ ’WC’ [Blank] ’WCH’ ’WCL’ ’WCF’ ’WCR’ ’WCS’ ’WPT’ [Blank] ’WDM’ ’WFA’ ’WFI’ ’WFU’ ’WG’ ’WGL’ ’WGR’ ’WGS’ ’WH’ ’WHR’ ’WHS’ ’WI’ ’WIR’ ’WIS’ ’WK’ ’WN’ ’WP’ ’WR’ ’WS’ ’WSR’ ’WSS’ ’WT’ ’WU’ ’WW’ ’WZ’ ’X’ ’XH’ ’XN’ ’XSD’ ’XS3’ ’XS8’ ’XS9’ ’XZ’ ’Y’ ’YA’ ’YG’ ’YH’ ’YL’ ’YW’ ’YZ’ ’ODPC’ ’OUPC’ ’UODPC’ ’ODIC’ ’OUIC’ ’OVPC’ ’OSPC’ [Water] [Boiler feed water] [Ballast water] [Water boiler blowdown] [Cooling water] [Cooling or utility water] [Chlorinated water] [Chlorine in water] [Clarified water] [Cooling water return] [Cooling water supply] [Potable water] [Potable water or instrument air] [Demineralized water] [Aboveground fire water] [Filtered water] [Underground fire water] [Glycol water] [Gland water] [Glycol water return] [Glycol water supply] [Hot water] [Hot water return] [Hot water supply] [Chilled water] [Chilled water return] [Chilled water supply] [Treated water] [Brine water] [Process water] [Raw water] [Sea water] [Sea water return] [Sea water supply] [Test water] [Utility water] [Waste water] [Other water] [Acid] [Hydrofluoric acid] [Nitric acid] [Dilute sulfuric acid] [30% sulfuric acid] [75-80% sulfuric acid] [93-97% sulfuric acid] [Other acid] [Catalyst] [Catalyst addition] [General catalyst] [Catalyst w/ H2] [Catalyst lift lines] [Catalyst withdrawal lines] [Other catalyst] [Off-dwg piping connectors] [Off-unit piping connectors] [Utility off-dwg piping connectors] [Off-dwg instr connectors] [Off-unit instr connectors] [Off-vol piping connectors] [Off-site piping connectors]

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999 = ’TERM’ [Terminator piping connector]

CL130, Construction Status (15)
NOTE: In editing this codelist set, do not change the meaning of existing codelist values 2, 3 and 8. In addition, codelist values 4-7 must imply an "existing" construction status. Codelist values 9-15 inherit the color symbology from the construction status of the item previously placed in the model. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 = = = = = = = = [Blank] ’New’ ’Existing’ ’Revamp’ ’Relocate’ ’Temporary’ ’Dismantle’ ’Future’

CL145, Materials Grade (4500)
NOTE: Some data displays require that only values to the left of the "=" sign be shown; other reports require that only values to the right of the "=" sign be displayed. 1 = [Blank] Irons, 10 = 12 = 15 = 16 = 17 = 18 = 19 = 20 = 21 = 22 = 23 = 25 = 30 = 31 = 32 = 35 = 40 = 41 = 42 = 43 = 44 = 45 = 46 = 47 = 48 = 55 = 60 = 62 = 70 = 75 = 76 = 10-99 ’A47-32510’ ’A47-35018’ ’A48-20’ ’A48-25’ ’A48-30’ ’A48-35’ ’A48-40’ ’A48-45’ ’A48-50’ ’A48-55’ ’A48-60’ ’A74’ ’A126-A’ ’A126-B’ ’A126-C’ ’A197’ ’A278-20’ ’A278-25’ ’A278-30’ ’A278-35’ ’A278-40’ ’A278-50’ ’A278-60’ ’A278-70’ ’A278-80’ ’A338’ ’A395-Ductile’ ’A395-Ferritic Ductile’ ’A571’ ’AWWA-C110-Ductile’ ’AWWA-C151-Ductile’

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Carbon 110 = 114 = 116 = 118 = 120 = 122 = 124 = 135 = 140 = 142 = 144 = 150 = 160 = 162 = 164 = 170 = 180 = 182 = 183 = 184 = 185 = 186 = 187 = 188 = 190 = 191 = 192 = 193 = 194 = 195 = 200 = 202 = 210 = 212 = 214 = 216 = 218 = 220 = 230 = 234 = 240 = 241 = 242 = 243 = 244 = 245 = 250 = 252 = 254 = 264 = 266 = 270 = 272 = 274 = 276 = 280 = 282 = 284 = 290 = 293 = 295 = Steels, 100-499 ’API-5L-A’ ’API-5L-A25’ ’API-5L-B’ ’API-5L-X42’ ’API-5L-X46’ ’API-5L-X52’ ’API-5L-X65’ ’A36’ ’A53-A’ ’A53-B’ ’A53-Type F’ ’A105’ ’A106-A’ ’A106-B’ ’A106-C’ ’A120’ ’A134-A36’ ’A134-A283-A’ ’A134-A283-B’ ’A134-A283-C’ ’A134-A283-D’ ’A134-A285-A’ ’A134-A285-B’ ’A134-A285-C’ ’A134-A570-30’ ’A134-A570-33’ ’A134-A570-36’ ’A134-A570-40’ ’A134-A570-45’ ’A134-A570-50’ ’A135-A’ ’A135-B’ ’A139-A’ ’A139-B’ ’A139-C’ ’A139-D’ ’A139-E’ ’A179’ ’A181-CL60’ ’A181-CL70’ ’A211-A570-30’ ’A211-A570-33’ ’A211-A570-36’ ’A211-A570-40’ ’A211-A570-45’ ’A211-A570-50’ ’A216-WCA’ ’A216-WCB’ ’A216-WCC’ ’A234-WPB’ ’A234-WPC’ ’A283-A’ ’A283-B’ ’A283-C’ ’A283-D’ ’A285-A’ ’A285-B’ ’A285-C’ ’A333-1’ ’A333-6’ ’A334-1’

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298 300 302 305 310 312 320 321 322 323 325 327 334 340 342 344 346 350 352 354 356 360 361 362 363 364 365 370 372 375 380 390 392 394 396 398 400 402 404 406 408 410 420 422 424 426 428 430 432 434 436 438 440 442 444 446 448 460 464 = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = ’A334-6’ ’A350-LF1’ ’A350-LF2’ ’A352-LCB’ ’A369-FPA’ ’A369-FPB’ ’A381-Y35’ ’A381-Y42’ ’A381-Y46’ ’A381-Y48’ ’A381-Y50’ ’A381-Y52’ ’A420-WPL6’ ’A515-55’ ’A515-60’ ’A515-65’ ’A515-70’ ’A516-55’ ’A516-60’ ’A516-65’ ’A516-70’ ’A520-30’ ’A520-33’ ’A520-36’ ’A520-40’ ’A520-45’ ’A520-50’ ’A524-I’ ’A524-II’ ’A537-CL1’ ’A587’ ’A671-CA55’ ’A671-CB60’ ’A671-CB65’ ’A671-CB70’ ’A671-CC60’ ’A671-CC65’ ’A671-CC70’ ’A671-CD70’ ’A671-CE55’ ’A671-CE60’ ’A671-CK75’ ’A672-A45’ ’A672-A50’ ’A672-A55’ ’A672-B55’ ’A672-B60’ ’A672-B65’ ’A672-B70’ ’A672-C55’ ’A672-C60’ ’A672-C65’ ’A672-C70’ ’A672-D70’ ’A672-E55’ ’A672-E60’ ’A672-N75’ ’A691-CMS75’ ’A691-CMSH70’

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Low and Intermediate Alloy Steels, 500-899 510 = ’A182-F1’ 512 = ’A182-F2’ 514 = ’A182-F5’ 516 = ’A182-F5a’ 518 = ’A182-F6a Cl.1’ 519 = ’A182-F6a Cl.2’ 520 = ’A182-F6a Cl.3’ 521 = ’A182-F6a Cl.4’ 523 = ’A182-F6b’ 524 = ’A182-F7’ 526 = ’A182-F9’ 528 = ’A182-F11’ 530 = ’A182-F12’ 532 = ’A182-F21’ 534 = ’A182-F22’ 536 = ’A182-F22a’ 540 = ’A202-A’ 542 = ’A202-B’ 550 = ’A203-A’ 552 = ’A203-B’ 554 = ’A203-D’ 556 = ’A203-E’ 560 = ’A204-A’ 562 = ’A204-B’ 564 = ’A204-C’ 576 = ’A217-C5’ 578 = ’A217-C12’ 580 = ’A217-CA15’ 582 = ’A217-WC1’ 584 = ’A217-WC4’ 586 = ’A217-WC5’ 588 = ’A217-WC6’ 590 = ’A217-WC9’ 600 = ’A225-A’ 602 = ’A225-B’ 610 = ’A234-WP1’ 614 = ’A234-WP5’ 616 = ’A234-WP7’ 618 = ’A234-WP9’ 620 = ’A234-WP11’ 622 = ’A234-WP12’ 624 = ’A234-WP22’ 630 = ’A302-A’ 632 = ’A302-B’ 634 = ’A302-C’ 636 = ’A302-D’ 644 = ’A333-3’ 646 = ’A333-4’ 648 = ’A333-7’ 650 = ’A333-8’ 652 = ’A333-9’ 664 = ’A334-3’ 666 = ’A334-7’ 668 = ’A334-8’ 670 = ’A334-9’ 680 = ’A335-P1’ 682 = ’A335-P2’ 684 = ’A335-P5’ 686 = ’A335-P5b’ 687 = ’A335-P5c’ 690 = ’A335-P7’

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692 694 696 698 700 702 710 720 722 724 730 740 742 744 746 748 750 752 754 756 758 760 761 770 771 774 775 778 779 780 781 782 783 784 785 786 787 794 798 800 802 804 806 808 810 812 814 816 817 820 822 830 832 835 840 842 850 852 854 860 862 864 = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = ’A335-P9’ ’A335-P11’ ’A335-P12’ ’A335-P15’ ’A335-P21’ ’A335-P22’ ’A350-LF3’ ’A352-LC1’ ’A352-LC2’ ’A352-LC3’ ’A353’ ’A369-FP1’ ’A369-FP2’ ’A369-FP3b’ ’A369-FP5’ ’A369-FP7’ ’A369-FP9’ ’A369-FP11’ ’A369-FP12’ ’A369-FP21’ ’A369-FP22’ ’A385-7 Cl.1’ ’A385-7 Cl.2’ ’A387-2 Cl.1’ ’A387-2 Cl.2’ ’A387-5 Cl.1’ ’A387-5 Cl.2’ ’A387-9 Cl.1’ ’A387-9 Cl.2’ ’A387-11 Cl.1’ ’A387-11 Cl.2’ ’A387-12 Cl.1’ ’A387-12 Cl.2’ ’A387-21 Cl.1’ ’A387-21 Cl.2’ ’A387-22 Cl.1’ ’A387-22 Cl.2’ ’A420-WPL3’ ’A420-WPL8’ ’A426-CP1’ ’A426-CP2’ ’A426-CP5’ ’A426-CP5b’ ’A426-CP7’ ’A426-CP9’ ’A426-CP11’ ’A426-CP12’ ’A426-CP15’ ’A426-CPCA15’ ’A426-CP21’ ’A426-CP22’ ’A553-Type I’ ’A553-Type II’ ’A645’ ’A671-CF70’ ’A671-CF71’ ’A672-L65’ ’A672-L70’ ’A672-L75’ ’A691-CM65’ ’A691-CM70’ ’A691-CM75’

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866 868 870 872 874 876 878 = = = = = = = ’A691-0.5Cr’ ’A691-1Cr’ ’A691-1.25Cr’ ’A691-2.25Cr’ ’A691-3Cr’ ’A691-5Cr’ ’A691-9Cr’ Stainless Steels, 900-1324 920 = ’A167-301’ 922 = ’A167-302’ 923 = ’A167-302B’ 926 = ’A167-304’ 927 = ’A167-304L’ 930 = ’A167-305’ 932 = ’A167-308’ 934 = ’A167-309’ 935 = ’A167-309S’ 938 = ’A167-310’ 939 = ’A167-310S’ 942 = ’A167-316’ 943 = ’A167-316L’ 946 = ’A167-317’ 947 = ’A167-317L’ 950 = ’A167-321’ 952 = ’A167-347’ 954 = ’A167-348’ 960 = ’A182-F10’ 964 = ’A182-F304’ 965 = ’A182-F304H’ 966 = ’A182-F304L’ 968 = ’A182-F310’ 970 = ’A182-F316’ 971 = ’A182-F316H’ 972 = ’A182-F316L’ 974 = ’A182-F321’ 975 = ’A182-F321H’ 978 = ’A182-F347’ 979 = ’A182-F347H’ 982 = ’A182-F348’ 983 = ’A182-F348H’ 990 = ’A240-X8M’ 992 = ’A240-302’ 994 = ’A240-304’ 995 = ’A240-304L’ 996 = ’A240-304H’ 998 = ’A240-305’ 1000 = ’A240-309S’ 1004 = ’A240-310S’ 1006 = ’A240-316’ 1007 = ’A240-316L’ 1010 = ’A240-317’ 1011 = ’A240-317L’ 1014 = ’A240-321’ 1016 = ’A240-347’ 1018 = ’A240-348’ 1020 = ’A240-405’ 1022 = ’A240-410’ 1023 = ’A240-410S’ 1026 = ’A240-429’ 1028 = ’A240-430’ 1040 = ’A268-TP329’

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1044 1046 1048 1050 1051 1054 1056 1060 1061 1064 1065 1066 1070 1071 1072 1074 1076 1078 1079 1080 1082 1084 1085 1088 1089 1092 1095 1100 1102 1104 1106 1108 1110 1112 1113 1114 1116 1118 1120 1122 1124 1126 1128 1130 1140 1141 1144 1146 1148 1149 1152 1154 1156 1160 1162 1163 1166 1167 1170 1171 1174 1175 = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = ’A268-TP405’ ’A268-TP409’ ’A268-TP410’ ’A268-TP430’ ’A268-TP430Ti’ ’A268-TP443’ ’A268-TP446’ ’A269-TP304’ ’A269-TP304L’ ’A269-TP316’ ’A269-TP316L’ ’A270-TP316L’ ’A312-TP304’ ’A312-TP304H’ ’A312-TP304L ’A312-TP309’ ’A312-TP310’ ’A312-TP316’ ’A312-TP316H’ ’A312-TP316L’ ’A312-TP317’ ’A312-TP321’ ’A312-TP321H’ ’A312-TP347’ ’A312-TP347H’ ’A312-TP348’ ’A351-CA15’ ’A351-CF3’ ’A351-CF3A’ ’A351-CF3M’ ’A351-CF8’ ’A351-CF8A’ ’A351-CF8C’ ’A351-CF8M’ ’A351-CF10’ ’A351-CF10MC’ ’A351-CN7M’ ’A351-CH8’ ’A351-CH10’ ’A351-CH20’ ’A351-CK20’ ’A351-HK30’ ’A351-HK40’ ’A351-HT30’ ’A358-304’ ’A358-304L’ ’A358-309S’ ’A358-310S’ ’A358-316’ ’A358-316L’ ’A358-321’ ’A358-347’ ’A358-348’ ’A376-16-8-2H’ ’A376-TP304’ ’A376-TP304H’ ’A376-TP316’ ’A376-TP316H’ ’A376-TP321’ ’A376-TP321H’ ’A376-TP347’ ’A376-TP347H’

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1178 1179 1190 1191 1192 1194 1196 1198 1199 1200 1202 1204 1205 1206 1207 1210 1220 1222 1224 1226 1228 1230 1232 1234 1240 1241 1244 1245 1248 1249 1252 1253 1260 1262 1264 1266 1268 1270 1272 1280 1282 1284 1300 = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = ’A376-TP348’ ’A376-TP348H’ ’A403-WP304’ ’A403-WP304H’ ’A403-WP304L’ ’A403-WP309’ ’A403-WP310’ ’A403-WP316’ ’A403-WP316H’ ’A403-WP316L’ ’A403-WP317’ ’A403-WP321’ ’A403-WP321H’ ’A403-WP347’ ’A403-WP347H’ ’A403-WP348’ ’A409-TP304’ ’A409-TP309’ ’A409-TP310’ ’A409-TP316’ ’A409-TP317’ ’A409-TP321’ ’A409-TP347’ ’A409-TP348’ ’A430-FP304’ ’A430-FP304H’ ’A430-FP316’ ’A430-FP316H’ ’A430-FP321’ ’A430-FP321H’ ’A430-FP347’ ’A430-FP347H’ ’A451-CHP10’ ’A451-CHP20’ ’A451-CPF8C’ ’A451-CPF8M’ ’A451-CPF10MC’ ’A451-CPH8’ ’A451-CPK20’ ’A452-TP304H’ ’A452-TP316H’ ’A452-TP347H’ ’ASME SA479-316L’ and Copper Alloys, 1325-1549 ’AISI-CDA Alloy 377’ ’B42 Cl.C10200, drwn, NPD 0.0625-2’ ’B42 Cl.C10200, drwn, NPD 2.5-12’ ’B42 Cl.C12000, drwn, NPD 0.0625-2’ ’B42 Cl.C12000, drwn, NPD 2.5-12’ ’B42 Cl.C12200, drwn, NPD 0.0625-2’ ’B42 Cl.C12200, drwn, NPD 2.5-12’ ’B43 Cl.C23000, annld’ ’B61 Cl.C92200’ ’B62 Cl.C83600’ ’B68 Cl.C10200, annld’ ’B68 Cl.C12000, annld’ ’B68 Cl.C12200, annld’ ’B75 Cl.C10200, annld’ ’B75 Cl.C10200, hrd drwn’ ’B75 Cl.C10200, light drwn’ ’B75 Cl.C12000, annld’

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annld’ ’B402 Cl. soft’ ’B283 Cl.C12200.C12200.C95300’ ’B584 Cl. annld’ ’B169 Cl.C86300’ ’B584 Cl. annld. annld’ ’B75 Cl. annld. drwn’ ’B88 Cl.April 2002 1369 1370 1374 1375 1376 1380 1381 1382 1386 1387 1392 1393 1398 1399 1404 1408 1410 1412 1414 1416 1418 1422 1430 1432 1434 1436 1438 1440 1442 1450 1452 1456 1458 1462 1463 1466 1467 1472 1474 1476 1478 1480 1482 1484 1486 1488 1490 1492 1494 1496 1498 1500 1502 = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = ’B75 Cl.C86700’ ’B584 Cl.C63900’ ’B283 Cl.C14200. >5in OD’ Nickel 1560 = 1561 = 1564 = 1565 = 1568 = 1572 = 1573 = 552 .C48500’ ’B283 Cl.5in OD’ ’B467 Cl. annld’ ’B88 Cl. annld. annld. annld’ ’B466 Cl.C12000.C14200. <=4.C10400.C12200. >4.C37700’ ’B283 Cl.C65500.C86400’ ’B584 Cl.C95200’ ’B584 Cl. light drwn’ ’B75 Cl. annld’ ’B152 Cl.C97300’ ’B584 Cl.C90300’ ’B584 Cl.C12200.C86200’ ’B584 Cl.C71500.C70600.C86500’ ’B584 Cl.C71500.C46400’ ’B283 Cl._ _______________ PDS Piping Component Data .C97600’ ’B584 Cl.C10200. hrd drwn’ ’B75 Cl. hrd drwn’ ’B75 Cl. annld’ ’B152 Cl.5in OD’ ’B467 Cl.C65500’ ’B283 Cl.C10700.5in OD’ ’B467 Cl.C71500. annld’ ’B152 Cl.C10500. annld’ ’B152 Cl. hrd drwn’ ’B75 Cl.C71500.C12000.C14200. <=5in OD’ ’B161-200 (N02200) annld.5in OD’ ’B584 Cl. light drwn’ ’B88 Cl.C12200. annld’ ’B152 Cl.C12000.C12300.C70600.C10200. annld’ ’B75 Cl. drwn’ ’B96 Cl.C12000.C61400.C12200. annld’ ’B152 Cl. annld’ ’B88 Cl. <=4.C95500’ ’B584 Cl.C92200’ ’B584 Cl.C90500’ ’B584 Cl.C92300’ ’B584 Cl. annld’ ’B466 Cl.C70600. annld’ ’B467 Cl.C70600. light drwn’ ’B75 Cl. drwn’ ’B88 Cl. annld’ ’B88 Cl.C95600’ ’B584 Cl.C67500’ ’B402 Cl.C10200.C11000’ ’B283 Cl. >4.C97800’ and Nickel Alloys 1550-1774 ’B127-400 (N04400) hot rolled plt annld’ ’B127-400 (N04400) hot rolled plt AR’ ’B160-200 (N02200) annld’ ’B160-200 (N02200) hot fin’ ’B160-201 annld’ ’B161-200 (N02200) annld.

>5in OD’ ’B165-400 (N04400) stress rlvd’ ’B166-600 (N06600) annld’ ’B166-600 (N06600) hot fin’ ’B167-600 (N06600) cold drwn annld. <=5in OD’ ’B167-600 (N06600) cold drwn annld. >5in OD’ ’B161-201 (N02201) stress rlvd’ ’B162-200 (N02200) hot rolled plt annld’ ’B162-201 (N02201) hot rolled plt annld’ ’B162-201 (N02201) hot rolled plt AR’ ’B164-400 (N04400) annld forged’ ’B164-400 (N04400) hot fin’ ’B165-400 (N04400) annld. <=5in OD’ ’B167-600 (N06600) hot fin/hot fin annld. >5in OD’ ’B167-600 (N06600) hot fin/hot fin annld._ _______________ Appendix F: 1574 1576 1577 1578 1582 1586 1587 1590 1591 1594 1595 1596 1600 1601 1604 1605 1606 1607 1610 1611 1614 1615 1616 1620 1624 1626 1628 1630 1632 1634 1636 1638 1642 1643 1646 1648 1650 1652 1654 1656 1658 1660 1664 1666 1670 1672 1676 1680 1684 1688 1700 1702 1704 1706 1708 1710 1714 1718 1722 1724 1726 1728 = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = ’B161-200 (N02200) stress rlvd’ ’B161-201 (N02201) annld. <=5in OD’ ’B165-400 (N04400) annld. <=5in OD’ ’B161-201 (N02201) annld. >5in OD’ ’B168-600 (N06600) hot rolled plt annld’ ’B168-600 (N06600) hot rolled plt AR’ ’B333-B (N10001) sln annld plt’ ’B333-B (N10001) sln annld sheet’ ’B333-B-2 (N10665) sln annld’ ’B335-B-2 (N10665) sln annld’ ’B366-WPHB (N10001)’ ’B366-WPHX (N06002)’ ’B366-WPN (N02200)’ ’B366-WPNC (N04400)’ ’B366-WPNC1 (N06600)’ ’B366-WPNL (N02201)’ ’B366-WPNLWX’ ’B366-WPNWX’ ’B407-800 (N08800) cold drwn annld’ ’B407-800 (N08800) hot fin/hot fin annld’ ’B407-800H (N08810) cold drwn sln annld/hot fin’ ’B443-625 (N06625) annld’ ’B444-625 (N06625) annld’ ’B446-625 (N06625) annld’ ’B464-20Cb (N08020) annld’ ’A494-CW-12M-1’ ’A494-CW-12M-2’ ’A494-CY-40’ ’B574-C-4 (N06455) sln annld’ ’B574-C-276 (N10276) sln annld’ ’B575-C-4 (N06455) sln annld’ ’B575-C-276 (N10276) sln annld’ ’B581-G (N06007) sln annld’ ’B582-G (N06007) sln annld’ ’B612-200 (N02200) hot rolled plt AR’ ’B619-20-Mod (N08320) sln annld’ ’B619-B (N10001) sln annld’ ’B619-B-2 (N10665) sln annld’ ’B619-C-4 (N06455) sln annld’ ’B619-C-276 (N10276) sln annld’ ’B619-G1 (N06007) sln annld’ ’B619-X (N06002) sln annld’ ’B620-20-Mod (N08320) sln annld’ ’B621-20-Mod (N08320) sln annld’ ’B622-B (N10001) sln annld’ ’B622-B-2 (N10655) sln annld’ ’B622-C-4 (N06455) sln annld’ ’B622-C-276 (N10276) sln annld’ General Comments F. Codelists 553 .

0 temper T6’ 1782 = ’B26-356. wld’ 1894 = ’B209-6061 temper T651’ 1896 = ’B209-Alclad 3003 temper 0’ 1898 = ’B209-Alclad 3003 temper H12’ 554 .0 temper F’ 1790 = ’B209-1060 temper 0’ 1792 = ’B209-1060 temper H12’ 1794 = ’B209-1060 temper H14’ 1796 = ’B209-1060 temper H112’ 1798 = ’B209-1100 temper 0’ 1800 = ’B209-1100 temper H12’ 1802 = ’B209-1100 temper H14’ 1804 = ’B209-1100 temper H112’ 1806 = ’B209-3003 temper 0’ 1808 = ’B209-3003 temper H12’ 1810 = ’B209-3003 temper H14’ 1812 = ’B209-3003 temper H112’ 1814 = ’B209-3004 temper 0’ 1816 = ’B209-3004 temper H32’ 1818 = ’B209-3004 temper H34’ 1820 = ’B209-3004 temper H112’ 1822 = ’B209-5050 temper 0’ 1824 = ’B209-5050 temper H32’ 1826 = ’B209-5050 temper H34’ 1828 = ’B209-5050 temper H112’ 1830 = ’B209-5052 temper 0’ 1832 = ’B209-5052 temper H32’ 1834 = ’B209-5052 temper H34’ 1836 = ’B209-5052 temper H112’ 1838 = ’B209-5652 temper 0’ 1840 = ’B209-5652 temper H32’ 1842 = ’B209-5652 temper H34’ 1844 = ’B209-5652 temper H112’ 1846 = ’B209-5083 temper 0’ 1848 = ’B209-5083 temper H321’ 1850 = ’B209-5086 temper 0’ 1852 = ’B209-5086 temper H32’ 1854 = ’B209-5086 temper H34’ 1856 = ’B209-5086 temper H112’ 1858 = ’B209-5154 temper 0’ 1860 = ’B209-5154 temper H32’ 1862 = ’B209-5154 temper H34’ 1864 = ’B209-5154 temper H112’ 1866 = ’B209-5254 temper 0’ 1868 = ’B209-5254 temper H32’ 1870 = ’B209-5254 temper H34’ 1872 = ’B209-5254 temper H112’ 1874 = ’B209-5454 temper 0’ 1876 = ’B209-5454 temper H32’ 1878 = ’B209-5454 temper H34’ 1880 = ’B209-5454 temper H112’ 1882 = ’B209-5456 temper 0’ 1884 = ’B209-5456 temper H321’ 1886 = ’B209-6061 temper T4’ 1888 = ’B209-6061 temper T4._ _______________ PDS Piping Component Data . wld’ 1890 = ’B209-6061 temper T6’ 1892 = ’B209-6061 temper T6.0 temper T71’ 1784 = ’B26-443.April 2002 1730 = ’B622-G (N06007) sln annld’ 1732 = ’B622-X (N06002) sln annld’ Aluminum Alloys 1775-2299 1780 = ’B26-356.

wld’ T5. wld’ T6’ T6. wld’ T6’ T6. wld’ T6’ T6. wld’ 555 ._ _______________ Appendix F: 1900 1902 1904 1906 1908 1910 1912 1914 1916 1918 1920 1922 1930 1932 1934 1936 1938 1940 1942 1944 1946 1948 1950 1952 1954 1956 1958 1960 1962 1964 1966 1968 1970 1972 1974 1976 1978 1980 1982 1984 1986 1988 1990 1992 1994 2010 2012 2014 2016 2018 2020 2022 2024 2026 2028 2030 2032 2034 2036 2038 2040 = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = ’B209-Alclad ’B209-Alclad ’B209-Alclad ’B209-Alclad ’B209-Alclad ’B209-Alclad ’B209-Alclad ’B209-Alclad ’B209-Alclad ’B209-Alclad ’B209-Alclad ’B209-Alclad 3003 3003 3004 3004 3004 3004 6061 6061 6061 6061 6061 6061 temper temper temper temper temper temper temper temper temper temper temper temper H14’ H112’ 0’ H32’ H34’ H112’ T4’ T4. wld’ temper 0’ temper H14’ temper H18’ temper H112’ 0’ H112’ 0’ H112’ 0’ H112’ 0’ 0’ 0’ 0’ 0’ 0’ T4’ T4. Codelists ’B210-1060 temper ’B210-1060 temper ’B210-1060 temper ’B210-3003 temper ’B210-3003 temper ’B210-3003 temper ’B210-3003 temper ’B210-5052 temper ’B210-5052 temper ’B210-5052 temper ’B210-5083 temper ’B210-5083 temper ’B210-5086 temper ’B210-5086 temper ’B210-5086 temper ’B210-5086 temper ’B210-5154 temper ’B210-5154 temper ’B210-5456 temper ’B210-5456 temper ’B210-6061 temper ’B210-6061 temper ’B210-6061 temper ’B210-6061 temper ’B210-6063 temper ’B210-6063 temper ’B210-6063 temper ’B210-6063 temper ’B210-6063 temper ’B210-Alclad 3002 ’B210-Alclad 3003 ’B210-Alclad 3003 ’B210-Alclad 3002 ’B221-1060 temper ’B221-1060 temper ’B221-1100 temper ’B221-1100 temper ’B221-3003 temper ’B221-3003 temper ’B221-5052 temper ’B221-5053 temper ’B221-5086 temper ’B221-5154 temper ’B221-5454 temper ’B221-5456 temper ’B221-6061 temper ’B221-6061 temper ’B221-6061 temper ’B221-6061 temper 0’ H14’ H112’ 0’ H14’ H18’ H112’ 0’ H32’ H34’ 0’ H112’ 0’ H32’ H34’ H112’ 0’ H34’ 0’ H112’ T4’ T4. wld’ T4’ T4. wld’ T451’ T651’ General Comments F. wld’ T6’ T6.

wld’ T5’ T5._ _______________ PDS Piping Component Data . =>NPD 1’ T6. wld’ T6’ T6. wld’ T5’ T5. wld’ T4’ T4. wld’ temper 0’ temper H112’ 0’ H112’ 0’ H112’ 0’ H18’ H112’ 0’ 0’ H112’ 0’ H112’ 0’ H112’ 0’ H112’ 0’ H112’ T4’ T4. wld’ T6. <NPD 1’ T6.April 2002 2042 2044 2046 2048 2050 2052 2054 2056 2070 2072 2074 2076 2078 2080 2082 2084 2086 2088 2090 2092 2094 2096 2098 2100 2102 2104 2106 2108 2110 2112 2114 2116 2118 2120 2122 2124 2126 2128 2130 2140 2142 2144 2146 2148 2150 2152 2160 2162 2164 2166 2168 2170 2172 2174 2176 2178 2180 2182 2184 2186 2188 2190 = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = ’B221-6063 temper ’B221-6063 temper ’B221-6063 temper ’B221-6063 temper ’B221-6063 temper ’B221-6063 temper ’B221-Alclad 3003 ’B221-Alclad 3003 ’B241-1060 temper ’B241-1060 temper ’B241-1100 temper ’B241-1100 temper ’B241-3003 temper ’B241-3003 temper ’B241-3003 temper ’B241-5052 temper ’B241-5083 temper ’B241-5083 temper ’B241-5086 temper ’B241-5086 temper ’B241-5454 temper ’B241-5454 temper ’B241-5456 temper ’B241-5456 temper ’B241-5462 temper ’B241-5462 temper ’B241-6061 temper ’B241-6061 temper ’B241-6061 temper ’B241-6061 temper ’B241-6061 temper ’B241-6063 temper ’B241-6063 temper ’B241-6063 temper ’B241-6063 temper ’B241-6063 temper ’B241-6063 temper ’B241-Alclad 3003 ’B241-Alclad 3003 ’B247-3003 temper ’B247-3003 temper ’B247-5083 temper ’B247-5083 temper ’B247-5083 temper ’B247-6061 temper ’B247-6061 temper ’B345-1060 temper ’B345-1060 temper ’B345-3003 temper ’B345-3003 temper ’B345-3003 temper ’B345-5083 temper ’B345-5083 temper ’B345-5086 temper ’B345-5086 temper ’B345-6061 temper ’B345-6061 temper ’B345-6061 temper ’B345-6061 temper ’B345-6061 temper ’B345-6063 temper ’B345-6063 temper T4’ T4. wld’ 0’ H112’ H112. wld’ T6’ T6. wld’ T6’ T6. <NPD 1’ T6. wld’ 0’ H112’ 0’ H18’ H112’ 0’ H112’ 0’ H112’ T4’ T4. wld’ 556 . wld’ temper 0’ temper H112’ H112’ H112. wld’ T6. =>NPD 1’ T6. wld’ T4’ T4.

nitrile binder. 3101 = ’G101’ [Flat. 3210 = ’G210’ [Flat. 304 tang reinf] graph. wld’ ’B361-WP6063 temper T4’ ’B361-WP6063 temper T4. 3236 = ’G236’ [Flat. full face] graph] graph. full face] graph. wld’ ’B361-WP6061 temper T6’ ’B361-WP6061 temper T6. 3077 = ’G77’ [Flat. 304 wire mesh reinf] asb] asb. 3102 = ’G102’ [Flat. 3052 = ’G52’ [Flat. 3231 = ’G231’ [Flat. 3195 = ’G195’ [Flat. 3103 = ’G103’ [Flat._ _______________ Appendix F: 2192 2194 2196 2198 2200 2202 2220 2222 2224 2226 2228 2230 2232 2234 2236 2238 2240 2242 2244 2246 2248 2250 2252 2254 = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = ’B345-6063 temper T5’ ’B345-6063 temper T5. 3175 = ’G175’ [Flat. org fib. full face] asb. 3079 = ’G79’ [Flat. 3234 = ’G234’ [Flat. wld’ ’B345-Alclad 3002 temper 0’ ’B345-Alclad 3002 temper H112’ ’B361-WP1060 temper 0’ ’B361-WP1060 temper H112’ ’B361-WP1100 temper 0’ ’B361-WP1100 temper H112’ ’B361-WP3003 temper 0’ ’B361-WP3003 temper H112’ ’B361-WP5154 temper 0’ ’B361-WP5154 temper H112’ ’B361-WP6061 temper T4’ ’B361-WP6061 temper T4. 3154 = ’G154’ [Flat. wld’ ’B361-AP Alclad 3003 temper 0’ ’B361-AP Alclad 3003 temper H112’ General Comments F. wld’ ’B361-WP6063 temper T6’ ’B361-WP6063 temper T6. wire mesh reinf] blue-asb] blue-asb. 3204 = ’G204’ [Flat. Codelists Other Materials 2300-2999 2310 = ’B337-1’ 2311 = ’B337-2’ 2313 = ’B337-3’ 2317 = ’B337-7’ 2320 = ’C76-CLIII’ 2325 = ’C443’ 2350 = ’C700’ 2400 = ’D1785-PVC1120’ 2402 = ’D2467-PVC1120’ 2440 = ’F439-CPVC4120’ 2442 = ’F441-CPVC4120’ Gaskets 3000-3999] 3051 = ’G51’ [Flat. full face] Buna-N] Hypalon] Kel-F] neoprene] polyethylene] Teflon] Viton] soft-iron] 304] 321/347 557 . 3111 = ’G111’ [Flat. wld’ ’B345-6063 temper T6’ ’B345-6063 temper T6. 3078 = ’G78’ [Flat. nitrile binder] org fib. 3171 = ’G171’ [Flat. 3112 = ’G112’ [Flat. 3189 = ’G189’ [Flat. 3076 = ’G76’ [Flat.

graph-F] I600-J.April 2002 3241 = ’G241’ 3244 = ’G244’ 3246 = ’G246’ 3251 3256 3261 3262 3266 3267 3271 3272 3276 3277 3281 3282 3286 3306 3307 3311 3312 3316 3317 3321 3322 3326 3327 3331 = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = ’G251’ ’G256’ ’G261’ ’G262’ ’G266’ ’G267’ ’G271’ ’G272’ ’G276’ ’G277’ ’G281’ ’G282’ ’G286’ ’G306’ ’G307’ ’G311’ ’G312’ ’G316’ ’G317’ ’G321’ ’G322’ ’G326’ ’G327’ ’G331’ [Corr. Buna-N] butyl] EDPM] nitrile] Saran] synthetic rubber] Viton soft-iron. jktd. jktd. 140 BHN max] 347. 140 BHN max] I-X-750 [Octag [Octag [Octag [Octag [Octag [Octag [Octag [Octag ring. graph-F] soft-iron-J. 140 BHN max] 321. jktd. jktd. ring. asb-chords] [Inlaid corr. ring. jktd. 304-J. ring. asb-F] 304-J. 90 BHN max] lo-C. asb-F] Teflon-J. jktd. graph-F soft-iron-J. jktd. graph-F] low-C-steel-J. ring. 140 BHN max] 316. ring. jktd. graph-F 3356 = ’G356’ 3361 = ’G361’ 3366 = ’G366’ 3403 3404 3408 3429 3435 3436 3441 3451 3452 3463 3466 3468 3473 3476 3477 3488 3491 3493 3498 3551 3552 3556 3563 3566 3568 3569 3573 = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = ’G403’ ’G404’ ’G408’ ’G429’ ’G435’ ’G436’ ’G441’ ’G451’ ’G452’ ’G463’ ’G466’ ’G468’ ’G473’ ’G476’ ’G477’ ’G488’ ’G491’ ’G493’ ’G498’ ’G551’ ’G552’ ’G556’ ’G563’ ’G566’ ’G568’ ’G569’ ’G573’ [Inlaid corr. jktd.5Mo. ring. jktd. asb-chords [O [O [O [O [O [O [O [BX [BX [BX [BX [BX [BX [RX [RX [RX [RX [RX [RX ring. asb-F] I800-J. ring. asb-F] 304-J. graph-F] 304-J. asb-F] 321/347-J. ring. jktd. blue-asb-F] soft-iron-J. ring. jktd. 130 BHN max] 304. ring. 90 BHN max] lo-C. 321/347 [Flat [Flat [Flat [Flat [Flat [Flat [Flat [Flat [Flat [Flat [Flat [Flat [Flat [Corr [Corr [Corr [Corr [Corr [Corr [Corr [Corr [Corr [Corr [Corr dbl dbl dbl dbl dbl dbl dbl dbl dbl dbl dbl dbl dbl dbl dbl dbl dbl dbl dbl dbl dbl dbl dbl dbl jktd. 304] [Corr. PTFE-J. jktd. jktd. jktd. soft-iron-J. jktd. 140 BHN max] I-X-750 soft-iron. asb-F] low-C-steel-J. jktd. jktd. 140 BHN max] 316. graph-F] 321/347-J. ring. graph-F] I600-J. asb-chords] [Inlaid corr. asb-F] I600-J. ring. graph-F] 304-J. ring. 120 BHN max] 304. asb-F] 321/347-J. soft-iron] [Corr. ring. ring. ring. graph-F] soft-iron-J. 120 BHN max] 304. asb-F] I800-J. 120 BHN max] 5Cr-0. ring. ring. jktd. ring. 90 BHN max] lo-C. jktd. jktd. 140 BHN max] 321. ring. ring. asb-F] I600-J. 140 BHN max] I-X-750 soft-iron. graph-F] low-C-steel-J. low-C-steel-J. asb-F] low-C-steel-J. jktd. graph-F] 321/347-J. ring. ring. 140 BHN max] 316. ring. ring. 558 . 140 BHN max] 321. jktd._ _______________ PDS Piping Component Data .

321-W. 321-W. [Sprl-wnd. [Sprl-wnd. CS-CR] asb-F. 304-W. [Sprl-wnd. 304-W. I600-O&IR] graph-F. CS-CR. CS-CR. CS-CR] asb-F. CS-CR. [Sprl-wnd. [Sprl-wnd. I600-W. 304-IR] asb-F. [Sprl-wnd. 347-IR] graph-F. CS-CR] asb-F. 316-W. CS-CR] crodidolite asb-F. 347-W.5Mo. ring. CS-CR. [Sprl-wnd. CS-CR. 316-W. I600-W. 304-W. 316-W. CS-CR] Teflon-F. 316L-W. 316-W. [Sprl-wnd. 304-W. [Sprl-wnd. 316-IR] asb-F. [Sprl-wnd. 347-W. CS-CR] graph-F. CS-CR. soft-iron. ring. ring. CS-CR. [Sprl-wnd. [Sprl-wnd. CS-CR. CS-CR] mica/graph-F. 321-W. 321-W. [Sprl-wnd. [Sprl-wnd. CS-CR. CS-CR] mica/graph-F. 90 BHN max] lo-C. I600-W. [Sprl-wnd. 316-IR] graph-F. CS-CR] mica/graph-F. 140 BHN max] I-X-750 304-W. 321-W. 321-W. CS-CR. 321-W. CS-CR. ring. I600-W. [Sprl-wnd. 347-W. [Sprl-wnd. 316L-IR mica/graph-F. CS-CR] asb-F. 140 BHN max] 321. CS-CR] asb-F. CS-CR] graph-F. [Sprl-wnd. Codelists [Sprl-wnd. ring. 347-W. 316L-IR] Teflon-F. 347-W. CS-CR. 316-W. 304-W. [Sprl-wnd. [Sprl-wnd. CS-CR] Teflon-F. 316L-W. I600-O&IR General Comments F. [Sprl-wnd. CS-CR. CS-CR] mica/graph-F. [Sprl-wnd. 304-IR] graph-F. CS-CR. [Sprl-wnd. [Sprl-wnd. [Sprl-wnd. 316L-W. 130 BHN max] 9Cr-1Mo. [Sprl-wnd. ring. 304-W. 347-IR] Teflon-F. ring. [Sprl-wnd. 316-W. CS-CR. 304-W. 321-IR] graph-F. CS-CR] graph-F. 316-IR] Teflon-F. ring. [Sprl-wnd. [Sprl-wnd. [Sprl-wnd. [Sprl-wnd. CS-CR. 316L-W. 316-IR mica/graph-F. 559 . CS-CR] Teflon-F. 316-W. CS-CR] graph-F. 316L-W. CS-CR] graph-F. 316L-W. 316L-IR] graph-F. [Sprl-wnd. 130 BHN max] 410. CS-CR] Teflon-F. 321-IR mica/graph-F. CS-CR. 304-W. 316L-IR] asb-F. [Sprl-wnd. 347-IR mica/graph-F. I600-W. 316-W. 316L-W. ring. 347-W. [Sprl-wnd. 304-IR] Teflon-F. CS-CR] asb-F. 120 BHN max] 5Cr-0. [Sprl-wnd. 140 BHN max] 347. [Sprl-wnd. 304-IR mica/graph-F. 347-IR] asb-F. [Sprl-wnd. mica/graph-F. CS-CR] blue-asb-F. 321-W. [Sprl-wnd. [Sprl-wnd. I600-W. 316L-W. CS-CR] graph-F. CS-CR] Teflon-F. I600-O&IR] asb-F. 321-IR] Teflon-F. CS-CR. CS-CR. [Sprl-wnd. 316-W. [Sprl-wnd. [Sprl-wnd. [Sprl-wnd. 347-W. CS-CR] mica/gra-F. 321-IR] asb-F. [Sprl-wnd. [Sprl-wnd. 347-W. CS-CR] mica/graph-F. 170 BHN max] 304. 140 BHN max] 316. CS-CR. [Sprl-wnd. [Sprl-wnd._ _______________ Appendix F: 3601 3602 3606 3608 3610 3613 3616 3618 3619 3623 3651 3653 3655 3657 3659 3661 3663 3665 3669 3671 3673 3675 3677 3679 3681 3683 3685 3689 3691 3693 3695 3699 3701 3703 3705 3709 3711 3713 3715 3719 3721 3723 3725 3729 3731 3733 3735 3739 3741 3743 3745 3749 3751 3753 3755 3761 3763 3765 = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = ’G601’ ’G602’ ’G606’ ’G608’ ’G610’ ’G613’ ’G616’ ’G618’ ’G619’ ’G623’ ’G651’ ’G653’ ’G655’ ’G657’ ’G659’ ’G661’ ’G663’ ’G665’ ’G669’ ’G671’ ’G673’ ’G675’ ’G677’ ’G679’ ’G681’ ’G683’ ’G685’ ’G689’ ’G691’ ’G693’ ’G695’ ’G699’ ’G701’ ’G703’ ’G705’ ’G709’ ’G711’ ’G713’ ’G715’ ’G719’ ’G721’ ’G723’ ’G725’ ’G729’ ’G731’ ’G733’ ’G735’ ’G739’ ’G741’ ’G743’ ’G745’ ’G749’ ’G751’ ’G753’ ’G755’ ’G761’ ’G763’ ’G765’ [Oval [Oval [Oval [Oval [Oval [Oval [Oval [Oval [Oval [Oval ring.

1.5" lub.5" lub. w/A194-8] 4047 = ’B47’ [A193-B8M Cl. CS-CR] mica/graph-F.1. w/A194-4] 4015 = ’B15’ [A193-B5. w/A194-4] 4021 = ’B21’ [A193-B6. lub. w/A194-8C] 4046 = ’B46’ [A193-B8 Cl. >=1. [Sprl-wnd. >=1. w/A194-3] 4062 = ’B62’ [A193-B16.5" lub. I800-W. I800-O&IR] graph-F. w/A194-B8] 4081 = ’B81’ [A320-B8T Cl. >=1. w/A194-8C] 4045 = ’B45’ [A193-B8C Cl.5" lub. mica/graph-F.1.1. [Sprl-wnd. lub.5" lub. [Sprl-wnd. lub. >=1. w/A453-660] 4085 = ’B85’ [A453-660. >=1. >=1. w/A194-B8] 4079 = ’B79’ [A320-B8. I800-W. w/A194-B8] 4080 = ’B80’ [A320-B8T Cl. >=1. >=1. w/A194-7] 4068 = ’B68’ [A193-B16. w/A194-3] 4064 = ’B64’ [A193-B16.5" lub. lub. >=1. w/A194-4] 4066 = ’B66’ [A193-B16.1. w/A194-8] 4042 = ’B42’ [A193-B8 Cl. w/A194-8] 4077 = ’B77’ [A320-B8. >=1. w/A194-8M 4050 = ’B50’ [A193-B8T Cl. lub. lub. w/A194-8] 4078 = ’B78’ [A320-B8. lub. I800-O&IR] asb-F. w/A194-3] 4012 = ’B12’ [A193-B5. lub.5" lub. >=1. w/A194-2H] 4032 = ’B32’ [A193-B7. w/A453-660 4500 = ’Undefined’ Materials for British Standards .5" lub. I800-W.1. I800-W. w/A194-3] 4014 = ’B14’ [A193-B5. w/A194-8M] 4048 = ’B48’ [A193-B8M Cl. >=1. w/A194-4] 4075 = ’B75’ [A320-L7. w/A194-8M] 4071 = ’B71’ [A307-B w/A563-A] 4074 = ’B74’ [A320-L7. [Sprl-wnd.5" lub.5" lub.1. w/A194-8M] 4069 = ’B69’ [A193-B16. >=1. I800-W. lub. CS-CR] graph-F. lub. w/A194-B8] 4082 = ’B82’ [A325 w/A325] 4084 = ’B84’ [A453-660. >=1. I800-O&IR Bolting 4000-4999] 4011 = ’B11’ [A193-B5. lub. >=1. w/A194-2H] 4041 = ’B41’ [A193-B8 Cl. w/A194-8T] 4051 = ’B51’ [A193-B8T Cl. w/A194-4] 4076 = ’B76’ [A320-B8. lub.5" lub.5" lub.5" lub. lub.5" lub.1.1. CS-CR] asb-F. lub. w/A194-6] 4022 = ’B22’ [A193-B6. >=1. w/A194-2H] 4039 = ’B39’ [A193-B7M. >=1. w/A194-7] 4067 = ’B67’ [A193-B16.5" lub. w/A194-8] 4044 = ’B44’ [A193-B8C Cl.1 >=1. w/A194-4] 4065 = ’B65’ [A193-B16. w/A194-8T] 4061 = ’B61’ [A193-B16. w/A194-2H] 4033 = ’B33’ [A193-B7 zinc coated w/A194-2H zinc coated] 4035 = ’B35’ [A193-B7 galv w/A194-2H galv] 4038 = ’B38’ [A193-B7M._ _______________ PDS Piping Component Data .5" lub. lub. I800-W.1 lub. lub.Ranges used 6000-7999 carbon steel pipes and tubes BS3601 6000 = ’BS3601:BW320’ 6001 = ’BS3601:ERW320’ 6002 = ’BS3601:ERW360’ 6003 = ’BS3601:ERW430’ 6004 = ’BS3601:S360’ 6005 = ’BS3601:S430’ 6006 = ’BS3601:SAW430’ 560 . lub.April 2002 3771 3773 3775 3781 3783 3785 = = = = = = ’G771’ ’G773’ ’G775’ ’G781’ ’G783’ ’G785’ [Sprl-wnd. [Sprl-wnd.5" lub. lub.5" lub. w/A194-6] 4031 = ’B31’ [A193-B7.

Codelists 561 ._ _______________ Appendix F: steel pipes 6010 = 6011 = 6012 = 6013 = 6014 = 6015 = 6016 = 6017 = 6018 = 6019 = 6020 = 6021 = 6022 = 6023 = 6024 = 6025 = 6026 = 6027 = 6028 = 6029 = steel pipes 6030 = 6031 = 6032 = 6033 = steel pipes 6040 = 6041 = 6042 = 6043 = 6044 = 6045 = 6046 = 6047 = 6048 = 6049 = 6050 = 6051 = 6052 = 6053 = 6054 = 6055 = steel pipes 6060 = 6061 = 6062 = 6063 = 6064 = 6065 = 6066 = 6067 = 6068 = 6069 = 6070 = 6071 = 6072 = 6073 = 6074 = and tubes BS3602 part 1 1987 ’BS3602:PART 1:HFS360:Cat 1’ ’BS3602:PART 1:HFS360:Cat 2’ ’BS3602:PART 1:HFS430:Cat 1’ ’BS3602:PART 1:HFS430:Cat 2’ ’BS3602:PART 1:HFS500Nb:Cat 1’ ’BS3602:PART 1:HFS500Nb:Cat 2’ ’BS3602:PART 1:CFS360:Cat 1’ ’BS3602:PART 1:CFS360:Cat 2’ ’BS3602:PART 1:CFS430:Cat 1’ ’BS3602:PART 1:CFS430:Cat 2’ ’BS3602:PART 1:CFS500Nb:Cat 1’ ’BS3602:PART 1:CFS500Nb:Cat 2’ ’BS3602:PART 1:ERW360:Cat 1’ ’BS3602:PART 1:ERW360:Cat 2’ ’BS3602:PART 1:ERW430:Cat 1’ ’BS3602:PART 1:ERW430:Cat 2’ ’BS3602:PART 1:CEW360:Cat 1’ ’BS3602:PART 1:CEW360:Cat 2’ ’BS3602:PART 1:CEW430:Cat 1’ ’BS3602:PART 1:CEW430:Cat 2’ and tubes elevated temp prop BS3602 part 2 ’BS3602:PART 2:SAW410:cat 1’ ’BS3602:PART 2:SAW410:cat 2’ ’BS3602:PART 2:SAW460:cat 1’ ’BS3602:PART 2:SAW460:cat 2’ and tubes low temp prop BS3603 1977 ’BS3603 HFS410 LT 50 Cat 1’ ’BS3603 HFS410 LT 50 Cat 2’ ’BS3603 CFS410 LT 50 Cat 1’ ’BS3603 CFS410 LT 50 Cat 2’ ’BS3603 ERW410 LT 50 Cat 1’ ’BS3603 ERW410 LT 50 Cat 2’ ’BS3603 CEW410 LT 50 Cat 1’ ’BS3603 CEW410 LT 50 Cat 2’ ’BS3603 HFS503 LT 100 Cat 1’ ’BS3603 HFS503 LT 100 Cat 2’ ’BS3603 CFS503 LT 100 Cat 1’ ’BS3603 CFS503 LT 100 Cat 2’ ’BS3603 HFS509 LT 196 Cat 1’ ’BS3603 HFS509 LT 196 Cat 2’ ’BS3603 CFS509 LT 196 Cat 1’ ’BS3603 CFS509 LT 196 Cat 2’ and tubes elevated ’BS3604:HFS620-460 ’BS3604:CFS620-460 ’BS3604:ERW620-460 ’BS3604:CEW620-460 ’BS3604:HFS620-460 ’BS3604:CFS620-460 ’BS3604:ERW620-460 ’BS3604:CEW620-460 ’BS3604:HFS620-440 ’BS3604:CFS620-440 ’BS3604:ERW620-440 ’BS3604:CEW620-440 ’BS3604:HFS620-440 ’BS3604:CFS620-440 ’BS3604:ERW620-440 temp prop BS3604 Cat 1’ Cat 1’ Cat 1’ Cat 1’ Cat 2’ Cat 2’ Cat 2’ Cat 2’ Cat 1’ Cat 1’ Cat 1’ Cat 1’ Cat 2’ Cat 2’ Cat 2’ General Comments F.

_ _______________ PDS Piping Component Data .April 2002 6075 6076 6077 6078 6079 6080 6081 6082 6083 6084 6085 6086 6087 6088 6089 6090 6091 6092 6093 6094 6095 6096 6097 6098 6099 6100 6101 6102 6103 6104 6105 6106 6107 = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = ’BS3604:CEW620-440 ’BS3604:HFS621 Cat ’BS3604:CFS621 Cat ’BS3604:ERW621 Cat ’BS3604:CEW621 Cat ’BS3604:HFS621 Cat ’BS3604:CFS621 Cat ’BS3604:ERW621 Cat ’BS3604:CEW621 Cat ’BS3604:HFS660 Cat ’BS3604:CFS660 Cat ’BS3604:HFS660 Cat ’BS3604:CFS660 Cat ’BS3604:HFS622 Cat ’BS3604:CFS622 Cat ’BS3604:HFS622 Cat ’BS3604:CFS622 Cat ’BS3604:HFS625 Cat ’BS3604:CFS625 Cat ’BS3604:HFS625 Cat ’BS3604:CFS625 Cat ’BS3604:HFS629-470 ’BS3604:CFS629-470 ’BS3604:HFS629-470 ’BS3604:CFS629-470 ’BS3604:HFS629-590 ’BS3604:CFS629-590 ’BS3604:HFS629-590 ’BS3604:CFS629-590 ’BS3604:HFS762 Cat ’BS3604:CFS762 Cat ’BS3604:HFS762 Cat ’BS3604:CFS762 Cat Cat 1’ 1’ 1’ 1’ 2’ 2’ 2’ 2’ 1’ 1’ 2’ 2’ 1’ 1’ 2’ 2’ 1’ 1’ 2’ 2’ Cat Cat Cat Cat Cat Cat Cat Cat 1’ 1’ 2’ 2’ 2’ 1’ 1’ 2’ 2’ 1’ 1’ 2’ 2’ SS pipes and tubes for pressure purposes BS3605:1973 6110 = ’BS3605 304S14’ 6111 = ’BS3605 304S18’ 6112 = ’BS3605 304S59’ 6113 = ’BS3605 304S22’ 6114 = ’BS3605 304S25’ 6115 = ’BS3605 316S14’ 6116 = ’BS3605 316S18’ 6117 = ’BS3605 316S59’ 6118 = ’BS3605 316S22’ 6119 = ’BS3605 316S26’ 6120 = ’BS3605 321S18’ 6121 = ’BS3605 321S59(1010)’ 6122 = ’BS3605 321S59(1105)’ 6123 = ’BS3605 321S22’ 6124 = ’BS3605 347S18’ 6125 = ’BS3605 347S59’ 6126 = ’BS3605 347S17’ plates BS1501 part 1 1980 6200 = ’BS1501-141 360A’ 6201 = ’BS1501-151 360A’ 6202 = ’BS1501-151 400A’ 6203 = ’BS1501-151 430A’ 6204 = ’BS1501-151 360B’ 6205 = ’BS1501-151 400B’ 6206 = ’BS1501-151 430B’ 6207 = ’BS1501-154 360A’ 562 .

_ _______________ Appendix F: 6208 6209 6210 6211 6212 6213 6214 6215 6216 6217 6218 6219 6220 6221 6222 6223 6224 6225 6226 6227 6228 6229 6230 6231 6232 6233 6234 6235 6236 6237 6238 6239 6240 6241 6242 6243 6244 6245 6246 6247 6248 6249 6250 6251 6252 6253 6254 6255 6256 6257 6258 6259 6260 6261 6262 6263 6264 6265 6266 6267 6268 6269 = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = ’BS1501-154 ’BS1501-154 ’BS1501-161 ’BS1501-161 ’BS1501-161 ’BS1501-161 ’BS1501-161 ’BS1501-161 ’BS1501-164 ’BS1501-164 ’BS1501-164 ’BS1501-164 ’BS1501-164 ’BS1501-164 ’BS1501-164 ’BS1501-164 ’BS1501-164 ’BS1501-164 ’BS1501-164 ’BS1501-164 ’BS1501-223 ’BS1501-223 ’BS1501-223 ’BS1501-223 ’BS1501-223 ’BS1501-223 ’BS1501-223 ’BS1501-223 ’BS1501-223 ’BS1501-223 ’BS1501-223 ’BS1501-223 ’BS1501-223 ’BS1501-223 ’BS1501-223 ’BS1501-223 ’BS1501-224 ’BS1501-224 ’BS1501-224 ’BS1501-224 ’BS1501-224 ’BS1501-224 ’BS1501-224 ’BS1501-224 ’BS1501-224 ’BS1501-224 ’BS1501-224 ’BS1501-224 ’BS1501-224 ’BS1501-224 ’BS1501-224 ’BS1501-224 ’BS1501-224 ’BS1501-224 ’BS1501-224 ’BS1501-224 ’BS1501-224 ’BS1501-224 ’BS1501-224 ’BS1501-224 ’BS1501-224 ’BS1501-224 400A’ 430A’ 360A’ 400A’ 430A’ 360B’ 400B’ 430B’ 360A RT’ 360A LT0’ 360A LT20’ 360B RT’ 360B LT0’ 360B LT20’ 400A RT’ 400A LT0’ 400A LT20’ 400B RT’ 400B LT0’ 400B LT20’ 460A RT’ 460A LT0’ 460A LT15’ 460A LT30’ 460B RT’ 460B LT0’ 460B LT15’ 460B LT30’ 490A RT’ 490A LT0’ 490A LT15’ 490A LT30’ 490B RT’ 490B LT0’ 490B LT15’ 490B LT30’ 400A RT’ 400A LT0’ 400A LT20’ 400A LT30’ 400A LT40’ 400A LT50’ 400B RT’ 400B LT0’ 400B LT20’ 400B LT30’ 400B LT40’ 400B LT50’ 430A RT’ 430A LT0’ 430A LT20’ 430A LT30’ 430A LT40’ 430A LT50’ 430B RT’ 430B LT0’ 430B LT20’ 430B LT30’ 430B LT40’ 430B LT50’ 460A RT’ 460A LT0’ General Comments F. Codelists 563 .

_ _______________ PDS Piping Component Data .April 2002 6270 6271 6272 6273 6274 6275 6276 6277 6278 6279 6280 6281 6282 6283 6284 6285 6286 6287 6288 6289 6290 6291 6292 6293 6294 6295 6296 6297 6298 6299 6300 6301 6302 6303 6304 6305 = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = ’BS1501-224 ’BS1501-224 ’BS1501-224 ’BS1501-224 ’BS1501-224 ’BS1501-224 ’BS1501-224 ’BS1501-224 ’BS1501-224 ’BS1501-224 ’BS1501-224 ’BS1501-224 ’BS1501-224 ’BS1501-224 ’BS1501-224 ’BS1501-224 ’BS1501-224 ’BS1501-224 ’BS1501-224 ’BS1501-224 ’BS1501-224 ’BS1501-224 ’BS1501-225 ’BS1501-225 ’BS1501-225 ’BS1501-225 ’BS1501-225 ’BS1501-225 ’BS1501-225 ’BS1501-225 ’BS1501-225 ’BS1501-225 ’BS1501-225 ’BS1501-225 ’BS1501-225 ’BS1501-225 460A 460A 460A 460A 460B 460B 460B 460B 460B 460B 490A 490A 490A 490A 490A 490A 490B 490B 490B 490B 490B 490B 460A 460A 460A 460A 460B 460B 460B 460B 490A 490A 490A 490B 490B 490B LT20’ LT30’ LT40’ LT50’ RT’ LT0’ LT20’ LT30’ LT40’ LT50’ RT’ LT0’ LT20’ LT30’ LT40’ LT50’ RT’ LT0’ LT20’ LT30’ LT40’ LT50’ LT20’ LT30’ LT50’ LT60’ LT20’ LT30’ LT50’ LT60’ LT20’ LT30’ LT50’ LT20’ LT30’ LT50’ steel plates BS1501 part 2 1988 6310 = ’BS1501-243’ 6311 = ’BS1501-271’ 6312 = ’BS1501-281’ 6313 = ’BS1501-620’ 6314 = ’BS1501-621’ 6315 = ’BS1501-622-515’ 6316 = ’BS1501-622-690’ 6317 = ’BS1501-660’ 6318 = ’BS1501-503’ 6319 = ’BS1501-510’ 6320 = ’BS1501-828’ steel plates BS1501 part 3 1973 6321 = ’BS1501-403S17A’ 6322 = ’BS1501-405S17A’ 6323 = ’BS1501-304S12A’ 6324 = ’BS1501-304S15A’ 6325 = ’BS1501-304S49A’ 6326 = ’BS1501-321S12A’ 6327 = ’BS1501-321S49A’ 6328 = ’BS1501-347S17A’ 6329 = ’BS1501-347S49A’ 6330 = ’BS1501-316S12A’ 6331 = ’BS1501-316S16A’ 564 .

_ _______________ Appendix F: 6332 6333 6334 6335 6336 6337 6338 6339 6340 6341 6342 6343 6344 6345 6351 6352 6353 6354 6355 6356 6357 6358 6359 6360 6361 6362 6363 6364 6365 6366 6367 6368 6369 6370 6371 6372 6373 6374 6375 6376 = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = ’BS1501-316S37A’ ’BS1501-316S49A’ ’BS1501-320S17A’ ’BS1501-310S24A’ ’BS1501-NA15A’ ’BS1501-NA16A’ ’BS1501-460S52A’ ’BS1501-304S62A’ ’BS1501-304S65A’ ’BS1501-304S87A’ ’BS1501-347S67A’ ’BS1501-316S62A’ ’BS1501-316S66A’ ’BS1501-316S82A’ ’BS1501-403S17B’ ’BS1501-405S17B’ ’BS1501-304S12B’ ’BS1501-304S15B’ ’BS1501-304S49B’ ’BS1501-351S12B’ ’BS1501-351S49B’ ’BS1501-347S17B’ ’BS1501-347S49B’ ’BS1501-316S12B’ ’BS1501-316S16B’ ’BS1501-316S37B’ ’BS1501-316S49B’ ’BS1501-320S17B’ ’BS1501-310S24B’ ’BS1501-NA15B’ ’BS1501-NA16B’ ’BS1501-460S52B’ ’BS1501-304S62B’ ’BS1501-304S65B’ ’BS1501-304S87B’ ’BS1501-377S67B’ ’BS1501-316S62B’ ’BS1501-316S66B’ ’BS1501-316S82B’ ’BS1501-460S52A LT70’ General Comments F. Codelists steel forgings to BS1503 1980 6380 = ’BS1503 164-490’ 6381 = ’BS1503 221-410’ 6382 = ’BS1503 221-430’ 6383 = ’BS1503 221-460’ 6384 = ’BS1503 221-490’ 6385 = ’BS1503 221-510’ 6386 = ’BS1503 221-530’ 6387 = ’BS1503 221-550’ 6388 = ’BS1503 223-410’ 6389 = ’BS1503 223-430’ 6390 = ’BS1503 223-460’ 6391 = ’BS1503 223-490’ 6392 = ’BS1503 223-510’ 6393 = ’BS1503 224-410’ 6394 = ’BS1503 224-430’ 6395 = ’BS1503 224-460’ 6396 = ’BS1503 224-490’ 6397 = ’BS1503 224-510’ 565 .

April 2002 6398 6399 6400 6401 6402 6403 6404 6405 6406 6407 6408 6409 6410 6411 6412 6413 6414 6415 6416 6417 6418 6419 6420 6421 6422 6423 6424 6425 6426 6427 6428 6429 6430 6431 6432 6433 6434 6435 6436 6437 6438 6439 6440 6441 6442 6443 6444 6445 6446 6447 6448 6449 6450 6451 6452 6453 6454 6455 6456 = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = ’BS1503 ’BS1503 ’BS1503 ’BS1503 ’BS1503 ’BS1503 ’BS1503 ’BS1503 ’BS1503 ’BS1503 ’BS1503 ’BS1503 ’BS1503 ’BS1503 ’BS1503 ’BS1503 ’BS1503 ’BS1503 ’BS1503 ’BS1503 ’BS1503 ’BS1503 ’BS1503 ’BS1503 ’BS1503 ’BS1503 ’BS1503 ’BS1503 ’BS1503 ’BS1503 ’BS1503 ’BS1503 ’BS1503 ’BS1503 ’BS1503 ’BS1503 ’BS1503 ’BS1503 ’BS1503 ’BS1503 ’BS1503 ’BS1503 ’BS1503 ’BS1503 ’BS1503 ’BS1503 ’BS1503 ’BS1503 ’BS1503 ’BS1503 ’BS1503 ’BS1503 ’BS1503 ’BS1503 ’BS1503 ’BS1503 ’BS1503 ’BS1503 ’BS1503 245-420’ 620-440’ 620-540’ 621-460’ 660-460’ 271-560’ 622-490’ 622-560’ 622-650’ 625-520’ 625-590’ 503-490’ 509-690’ 410S21’ 420S29’ 403S17’ 405S17’ 304S11’ 304S31’ 304S51’ 347S31’ 347S51’ 321S31’ 321S51-490’ 321S51-510’ 316S11’ 316S13’ 316S31’ 316S33’ 316S51’ 320S33’ 310S31’ 164-490E’ 221-430E’ 221-460E’ 221-490E’ 221-510E’ 221-530E’ 221-550E’ 223-410E’ 223-430E’ 223-460E’ 223-490E’ 223-510E’ 224-410E’ 224-430E’ 224-460E’ 224-490E’ 224-510E’ 245-420E’ 620-440E’ 620-540E’ 621-460E’ 660-460E’ 271-560E’ 622-490E’ 622-560E’ 622-650E’ 625-520E’ 566 ._ _______________ PDS Piping Component Data .

_ _______________ Appendix F: 6457 6458 6459 6460 6461 6462 6463 6464 6465 6466 6467 6468 6469 6470 6471 6472 6473 6474 6475 6476 6477 6478 6479 6480 6481 6482 6483 6484 6485 6486 6487 6488 6489 6490 6491 6492 6493 6494 6495 6496 6497 6498 = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = ’BS1503 ’BS1503 ’BS1503 ’BS1503 ’BS1503 ’BS1503 ’BS1503 ’BS1503 ’BS1503 ’BS1503 ’BS1503 ’BS1503 ’BS1503 ’BS1503 ’BS1503 ’BS1503 ’BS1503 ’BS1503 ’BS1503 ’BS1503 ’BS1503 ’BS1503 ’BS1503 ’BS1503 ’BS1503 ’BS1503 ’BS1503 ’BS1503 ’BS1503 ’BS1503 ’BS1503 ’BS1503 ’BS1503 ’BS1503 ’BS1503 ’BS1503 ’BS1503 ’BS1503 ’BS1503 ’BS1503 ’BS1503 ’BS1503 625-590E’ 410S21E’ 420S29E’ 403S17E’ 405S17E’ 304S11E’ 304S31E’ 304S51E’ 347S31E’ 347S51E’ 321S31E’ 321S51-490E’ 321S51-510E’ 316S11E’ 316S13E’ 316S31E’ 316S33E’ 316S51E’ 223-410-LT10’ 223-410-LT20’ 223-410-LT50’ 223-430-LT10’ 223-430-LT15’ 223-430-LT40’ 223-460-LT0’ 223-460-LT10’ 223-460-LT20’ 223-490-LT0’ 223-490-LT10’ 223-510-LT0’ 224-410-LT10’ 224-410-LT20’ 224-410-LT50’ 224-430-LT10’ 224-430-LT15’ 224-430-LT40’ 224-460-LT0’ 224-460-LT10’ 224-460-LT20’ 224-490-LT0’ 224-490-LT10’ 224-510-LT0’ General Comments F. Codelists 6499 = ’BS1503 503-490-LT80’ 6500 = ’BS1503 509-690-LT196’ 6501 6502 6503 6504 6505 6506 6507 6508 6509 6510 = = = = = = = = = = ’BS1503 ’BS1503 ’BS1503 ’BS1503 ’BS1503 ’BS1503 ’BS1503 ’BS1503 ’BS1503 ’BS1503 304S11-LT196’ 304S31-LT196’ 347S31-LT196’ 321S31-LT196’ 321S51-490’ 321S51-510’ 316S11-LT196’ 316S13-LT196’ 316S31-LT196’ 316S33-LT196’ steel casting to BS1504 1976 6520 = ’BS1504-161 grade 430A’ 6521 = ’BS1504-161 grade 480A’ 567 .

_ _______________ PDS Piping Component Data .April 2002 6522 6523 6524 6525 6526 6527 6528 6529 6530 6531 6532 6533 6534 6535 6536 6537 6538 6539 6540 6541 6542 6543 6544 6545 6546 6547 6548 6549 6550 6551 6552 6553 6554 6555 6556 6557 6558 6559 6560 6561 6562 = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = ’BS1504-161 grade 540A’ ’BS1504-161 grade 430E’ ’BS1504-161 grade 480E’ ’BS1504-161 grade 430A-LT40’ ’BS1504-245A’ ’BS1504-245B’ ’BS1504-245A-LT50’ ’BS1504-503-LT60’ ’BS1504-621A’ ’BS1504-622A’ ’BS1504-622E’ ’BS1504-623A’ ’BS1504-625A’ ’BS1504-625E’ ’BS1504-629A’ ’BS1504-660A’ ’BS1504-420C29A’ ’BS1504-425C11A’ ’BS1504-304C15A’ ’BS1504-304C15A-LT196’ ’BS1504-304C12A’ ’BS1504-304C12A-LT196’ ’BS1504-347C17A’ ’BS1504-347C17A-LT196’ ’BS1504-315C16A’ ’BS1504-315C16A-LT196’ ’BS1504-316C12A’ ’BS1504-316C16A’ ’BS1504-316C71A’ ’BS1504-318C17A’ ’BS1504-316C16E’ ’BS1504-316C71E’ ’BS1504-316C12A-LT196’ ’BS1504-316C16A-LT196’ ’BS1504-316C71A-LT196’ ’BS1504-317C12A’ ’BS1504-317C16A’ ’BS1504-364C11A’ ’BS1504-332C11A’ ’BS1504-310C40A’ ’BS1504-330C11A’ steel bars and billets for bolting BS1506 1986 6570 = ’BS1506-162’ 6571 = ’BS1506-253’ 6572 = ’BS1506-253-LT100’ 6573 = ’BS1506-509-650’ 6574 = ’BS1506-509-650-LT196’ 6575 = ’BS1506-509-690’ 6576 = ’BS1506-509-690-LT196’ 6577 = ’BS1506-630-790’ 6578 = ’BS1506-630-790-LT100’ 6579 = ’BS1506-630-790-LT75’ 6580 = ’BS1506-630-860’ 6581 = ’BS1506-630-860-LT100’ 6582 = ’BS1506-630-690’ 6583 = ’BS1506-630-690-LT100’ 6584 = ’BS1506-631-850’ 6585 = ’BS1506-670-860’ 6586 = ’BS1506-671-850’ 6587 = ’BS1506-681-820’ 6588 = ’BS1506-410S21-690’ 568 .

_ _______________ Appendix F: 6589 6590 6591 6592 6593 6594 6595 6596 6597 6598 6599 6600 6601 6602 6603 6604 6605 6606 6607 6608 6609 6610 6611 6612 6613 6614 6615 6616 6617 6618 6619 6620 6621 6622 6623 6624 = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = ’BS1506-410S21-720’ ’BS1506-410S21-760’ ’BS1506-410S21-750’ ’BS1506-410S21-770’ ’BS1506-416S29’ ’BS1506-286S31’ ’BS1506-286S31-LT196’ ’BS1506-304S31’ ’BS1506-304S31-LT196’ ’BS1506-304S51’ ’BS1506-304S61’ ’BS1506-304S61-LT196’ ’BS1506-304S71’ ’BS1506-304S71-LT196’ ’BS1506-303S22’ ’BS1506-316S31’ ’BS1506-316S31-LT196’ ’BS1506-316S33’ ’BS1506-316S33-LT196’ ’BS1506-316S51’ ’BS1506-316S53’ ’BS1506-316S61’ ’BS1506-316S61-LT196’ ’BS1506-316S63’ ’BS1506-316S63-LT196’ ’BS1506-316S65’ ’BS1506-316S65-LT196’ ’BS1506-316S67’ ’BS1506-316S67-LT196’ ’BS1506-321S31’ ’BS1506-321S31-LT196’ ’BS1506-321S51-490’ ’BS1506-321S51-520’ ’BS1506-347S31’ ’BS1506-347S31-LT196’ ’BS1506-347S51’ General Comments F. Gray CI’ ’Gravity Head. Brnz Trim’ Brnz Trim’ CS Cement Lined’ CS. Piping Materials Class Description (31999) NOTE: Codelist numbers 2-7999 are reserved for values that apply to US practices. 1 = [Blank] US Piping Material Class Irons. RFFE. Trim 8’ 569 . Trim 8’ CS. FFFE. 2-7999 ’Gravity Head. Codelist numbers 8000-31999 are reserved for values that apply to practices in other countries. RFFE. RFFE. C [CAA5UA] [AC0014] [CAA5VA] [AC0016] [CAALV1] [1C0019] [CAC5C1] [1C0031] [CAC5C2] [2C0032] [CAC5C4] [4C0033] [CAC5G1] [1C0035] Descriptions. Codelists 7999 = ’undefined’ CL148. DI Cement Lined’ ’CL125 ’CL125 ’CL150 ’CL150 ’CL300 ’CL600 ’CL150 FFFE. FFFE. CS. Trim 8’ CS. F 2 = [FAY1W8] [8F0002] 3 = [FDYLW8] [8F0003] 6 = [FDYLU9] [9F0006] Carbon 14 = 16 = 19 = 31 = 32 = 33 = 35 = Steels. RFFE. DI Cement Lined’ ’AWWA 150# MJ. Trim 8’ CS.

(ANSI-B31.1)’ ’CL900 BE/RFFE. CS’ ’CL300 BE. Killed CS. Killed CS. Killed CS. CS. CS. Killed CS.1)’ ’CL300 BE/RFFE. (ASME-I)’ ’CL900 BE/RFFE. CS. CS. (ANSI-B31. Trim 12’ ’CL600 RFFE. CS. NACE. Killed CS. Brnz Trim’ ’CL150 FFFE. Killed CS. Trim 8’ ’CL300 RFFE-SF. Trim 8’ ’CL150 RFFE. NACE.3)’ ’CL1500 BE/RJFE. Trim 12’ 570 . (ASME-I)’ ’CL300 BE/RFFE. CS. (ANSI-B31. (ANSI-B31. Trim 8’ ’CL600 RFFE. Trim 12’ ’CL600 RFFE-SF. 316 Trim’ ’CL600 BE/RFFE. Trim 8’ ’CL150 RFFE. CS. CS. Trim 5.1)’ ’CL1500 BE/RJFE. Trim 8. CS. Trim 9’ ’CL300 RFFE. Trim 12’ ’CL300 RFFE. Killed CS. Trim 12’ ’CL300 RFFE. Trim 5. CS. Trim 5. Killed CS. Trim 12’ ’CL150 RFFE. CS. CS. Killed CS. Trim 8’ ’CL150 RFFE. (ANSI-B31. CS. Trim 8’ ’CL600 RFFE. Killed CS.3)’ ’CL900 BE/RFFE. CS. Trim 12’ ’CL300 RFFE. NACE. CS. Trim 5. NACE. NACE. CS. Trim 8’ ’CL300 RFFE-SF. (ANSI-B31. Trim 8’ ’CL150 RFFE. CS’ ’CL150 FFFE. Trim 8’ ’CL150 BE. CS. Trim 12’ ’CL300 RFFE. CS. 316 Trim’ ’CL150 RFFE-SF._ _______________ PDS Piping Component Data . Trim 8’ ’CL300 RFFE. CS. Killed CS. Trim 9’ ’CL150 RFFE. CS. Trim 8. CS. Trim 8’ ’CL300 RFFE-SF. Trim 12’ ’CL300 RFFE-SF. Killed CS. (ANSI-B31. (ASME-I)’ ’CL1500 BE/RJFE. Brnz Trim’ ’CL150 RFFE. CS. CS. Trim 12’ ’CL900 RFFE. SS/TFE Trim’ ’CL150 RFFE. NACE. NACE. Trim 13’ ’CL150 RFFE. Trim 8. Killed CS. Galv CS. Trim 12’ ’CL600 RFFE. CS. CS. Killed CS. CS.3)’ ’CL1500 BE/RJFE. NACE. Trim 8’ ’CL300 RFFE-SF. Trim 8.3)’ ’CL800 BE/RFFE.3)’ ’CL600 BE/RFFE. NACE. Trim 12’ ’CL150 RFFE. Trim 8’ ’CL150 RFFE-SF. Trim 5. Killed CS. Killed CS.1)’ ’CL150 RFFE. NACE. (ANSI-B31. Trim 8’ ’CL300 RFFE-SF. CS. Trim 8’ ’CL300 RFFE. CS. Trim 12’ ’CL300 RFFE. Galv CS. (ANSI-B31. Trim 8’ ’CL900 RFFE. CS. Killed CS. Trim 12’ ’CL150 RFFE. NACE. CS. Killed CS. Trim 5. Trim 12’ ’CL600 RFFE-SF. Trim 8. Trim 5. Trim 9’ ’CL150 RFFE. NACE. NACE.1)’ ’CL600 BE/RFFE. CS. (ANSI-B31. CS. CS. Trim 12’ ’CL900 RFFE-SF. Killed CS. Trim 12’ ’CL300 RFFE. CS. CS. CS. Trim 8’ ’CL300 RFFE. Trim 12’ ’CL600 RFFE. Killed CS. Trim 8. NACE. Trim 8’ ’CL150 RFFE-SF. CS. Trim 8’ ’CL150 RFFE.April 2002 43 45 48 49 50 51 65 66 73 74 75 76 105 106 146 153 171 176 177 182 183 185 186 320 389 390 391 394 395 396 397 400 401 402 403 405 407 458 459 460 461 548 549 551 557 564 577 593 600 601 602 609 610 611 618 619 620 630 722 723 724 730 = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = [CAC5Q1] [CAC5R1] [CAC5U1] [CAC7C1] [CAC7C2] [CAC7C4] [CAC8C1] [CAC8C2] [CAC9C1] [CAC9C2] [CAC9C4] [CAC9C5] [CAD7K1] [CAD7K2] [CAF5S1] [CAF7J1] [CAFYC1] [CAH5C1] [CAH5C2] [CAH5G1] [CAH5G2] [CAH7C1] [CAH7C2] [CALYC2] [CAU5P4] [CAU5P5] [CAU5P6] [CAU5Q2] [CAU5Q4] [CAU5Q5] [CAU5Q6] [CAU5R2] [CAU5R4] [CAU5R5] [CAU5R6] [CAU5RF] [CAU7C6] [CAYYC1] [CAYYC2] [CDA1U1] [CDA5U1] [CJD7K1] [CJD7K2] [CJD7K5] [CJD8K2] [CJD9K1] [CJE7C2] [CJE9C2] [CJF5C1] [CJF5C2] [CJF5C4] [CJF7C1] [CJF7C2] [CJF7C4] [CJF9C1] [CJF9C2] [CJF9C4] [CJH7C4] [CJL7C2] [CJL7C4] [CJL7C5] [CJL9C2] [1C0043] [1C0045] [1C0048] [1C0049] [2C0050] [4C0051] [1C0065] [2C0066] [1C0073] [2C0074] [4C0075] [5C0076] [1C0105] [2C0106] [1C0146] [1C0153] [1C0171] [1C0176] [2C0177] [1C0182] [2C0183] [1C0185] [2C0186] [2C0320] [4C0389] [5C0390] [6C0391] [2C0394] [4C0395] [5C0396] [6C0397] [2C0400] [4C0401] [5C0402] [6C0403] [FC0405] [6C0407] [1C0458] [2C0459] [1C0460] [1C0461] [1C0548] [2C0549] [5C0551] [2C0557] [1C0564] [2C0577] [2C0593] [1C0600] [2C0601] [4C0602] [1C0609] [2C0610] [4C0611] [1C0618] [2C0619] [4C0620] [4C0630] [2C0722] [4C0723] [5C0724] [2C0730] ’CL150 RFFE. Trim 9’ ’CL300 RFFE. NACE. Killed CS.

5Mo. Trim 8’ 3747 = [LVC9B2] [2L3747] ’CL300 RFFE. Killed CS. 304.5Mo. Trim 8’ 3014 = [LTC5B2] [2L3014] ’CL300 RFFE. Trim 8’ 3027 = [LTC7B1] [1L3027] ’CL150 RFFE. 9Cr-1Mo. Trim 2’ General Comments F. 5Cr-0.5Mo.5Mo.5Mo. Trim 2’ ’CL150 RFFE.5Mo.5Mo. Trim 8’ 3029 = [LTC7B4] [4L3029] ’CL600 RFFE.5Mo. Trim 8’ 3203 = [LTH9B2] [2L3203] ’CL300 RFFE-SF.5Mo. (ASME-I)’ 1869 = [LPU5P6] [6L1869] ’CL1500 BE/RJFE. 9Cr-1Mo. Trim 8’ 3193 = [LTH7B5] [5L3193] ’CL900 RFFE-SF. NACE. Trim 8’ 3749 = [LVC9B5] [5L3749] ’CL900 RFFE.5Mo. 1.5Mo. Trim 12’ ’CL150 RFFE.5Mo.25Cr-0. Trim 12’ ’CL300 RFFE. NACE.5Mo. 1. Trim 8’ 1864 = [LPU5B6] [6L1864] ’CL1500 BE/RJFE. Trim 8’ ’CL300 RFFE. Killed CS. NACE. Trim 12’ ’CL900 RFFE-SF. 9Cr-1Mo. (ANSI-B31. Trim 8’ ’CL900 RFFE. 5Cr-0. 316 Trim’ ’CL1500 RJFE.25Cr-0. Trim 8’ 1673 = [LPH5B4] [4L1673] ’CL600 RFFE-SF. 5Cr-0. 9Cr-1Mo. Killed CS. 9Cr-1Mo. Trim 8’ 3028 = [LTC7B2] [2L3028] ’CL300 RFFE.5Mo. 1.25Cr-0. 1.25Cr-0.5Mo. 1. 316 Trim’ 1671 = [LPH5B1] [1L1671] ’CL150 RFFE-SF. Trim 8’ ’CL600 RFFE. 304/CS Valves. 304/316 Valves.25Cr-0. Codelists Low and Intermediate Alloy Steels.25Cr-0. 304/CS Valves. 1. (ASME-I)’ 1874 = [LPU5Q5] [5L1874] ’CL900 BE/RFFE. 304/CS Valves.5Mo. Low Temp CS.5Mo. 1.5Mo. Trim 5. 304. Low Temp CS. L 1669 = [LPFYG2] [2L1669] ’CL300 RFFE.25Cr-0. Trim 8’ 1672 = [LPH5B2] [2L1672] ’CL300 RFFE-SF. 5Cr-0. Trim 8’ 3725 = [LVC7B1] [1L3725] ’CL150 RFFE.5Mo.25Cr-0. 1. 304/316 Valves. 304/CS Valves. Trim 8’ 1868 = [LPU5P5] [5L1868] ’CL900 BE/RFFE.5Mo. Trim 8’ ’CL300 RFFE. 304L/316 Valves. 5Cr-0. Trim 8’ 3746 = [LVC9B1] [1L3746] ’CL150 RFFE.25Cr-0. Trim 8’ 1678 = [LPH7B2] [2L1678] ’CL300 RFFE-SF. Trim 12’ 571 . Trim 8’ 1677 = [LPH7B1] [1L1677] ’CL150 RFFE-SF. 316. (ANSI-B31. Trim 8’ 1679 = [LPH7B4] [4L1679] ’CL600 RFFE-SF.5Mo.5Mo. Trim 8’ 3049 = [LTC9B2] [2L3049] ’CL300 RFFE.25Cr-0. 304. Trim 8’ 3013 = [LTC5B1] [1L3013] ’CL150 RFFE. Killed CS. Trim 2’ ’CL150 RFFE. Trim 8’ 3042 = [LTC8B4] [4L3042] ’CL600 RFFE. Trim 12’ ’CL1500 BE/RJFE. 1. Trim 8’ ’CL1500 BE/RJFE. Trim 8’ ’CL150 RFFE. 304/316 Valves.1)’ 1882 = [LPU5R6] [6L1882] ’CL1500 BE/RJFE. Trim 8’ 3390 = [LTU7B6] [6L3390] ’CL1500 BE/RJFE. Trim 8’ 3748 = [LVC9B4] [4L3748] ’CL600 RFFE. Trim 8’ 3048 = [LTC9B1] [1L3048] ’CL150 RFFE. 5Cr-0. 9Cr-1Mo. 5Cr-0. S 3977 = [SAC3T1] [1S3977] 3978 = [SAC3T2] [2S3978] 3979 = [SAC3T4] [4S3979] 3980 = [SAC3T5] [5S3980] 3984 = [SAD3C1] [1S3984] 3985 = [SAD3C2] [2S3985] 3988 = [SAD3E1] [1S3988] 3989 = [SAD3E2] [2S3989] 3991 = [SAD3F1] [1S3991] 4104 = [SAFYG1] [1S4104] 4218 = [SAM3T6] [6S4218] 4396 = [SBD3C2] [2S4396] 4488 = [SBF3U1] [1S4488] 5135 = [SED5C1] [1S5135] ’CL150 RFFE. NACE. 5Cr-0. Trim 5. 304. Trim 2’ ’CL300 RFFE. Trim 8’ 3041 = [LTC8B2] [2L3041] ’CL300 RFFE.25Cr-0. Trim 12’ ’CL150 RFFE. 5Cr-0.5Mo. Trim 5. Trim 2’ ’CL150 RFFE. 304/CS Valves. 1.25Cr-0. Trim 5. Trim 5.5Mo. 316 Trim’ 1670 = [LPTYG2] [2L1670] ’CL300 RFFE. 1. 1. 1. 5Cr-0. 5Cr-0.5Mo.5Mo._ _______________ Appendix F: 731 732 785 794 800 803 841 842 = = = = = = = = [CJL9C4] [CJL9C5] [CJU7C6] [CJV5C6] [CJV7C6] [CJV7K6] [CPD5D1] [CPD5D2] [4C0731] [5C0732] [6C0785] [6C0794] [6C0800] [6C0803] [1C0841] [2C0842] ’CL600 RFFE-SF. Trim 8’ 3040 = [LTC8B1] [1L3040] ’CL150 RFFE. 1. Trim 8’ 3204 = [LTH9B4] [4L3204] ’CL600 RFFE-SF. Trim 12’ ’CL150 RFFE.25Cr-0.3)’ 1885 = [LPU7B6] [6L1885] ’CL1500 BE/RJFE.25Cr-0. Trim 8’ Stainless Steels. Trim 8’ ’CL1500 BE/RJFE. NACE.5Mo.1)’ 1875 = [LPU5Q6] [6L1875] ’CL1500 BE/RJFE. 5Cr-0. 1. Trim 8’ 3726 = [LVC7B2] [2L3726] ’CL300 RFFE.5Mo.25Cr-0.5Mo.5Mo. Trim 8’ 1691 = [LPH9B4] [4L1691] ’CL600 RFFE-SF.25Cr-0. Trim 2’ ’CL300 RFFE. 5Cr-0. 1. 5Cr-0. Killed CS. (ANSI-B31. Trim 12’ ’CL1500 BE/RJFE. Killed CS.

SE. Vitrified Clay’ 7689 = [XEY1W8] [8X7689] ’Gravity Head....pressure rating A. 316.. 8000-9999 8000 = ’Carbon steel’ 8001 = ’Stainless steel’ 8002 = ’Forged steel’ 8010 = ’Ferritic steel’ 8011 = ’Austenitic steel’ 8020 = ’Plastic’ 8021 = ’Fiber glass’ 8030 = ’Glass lined’ 8031 = ’Cement lined’ 8032 = ’Chloroprene (CR) lined’ 9999 = ’Undefined’ The names of Piping Materials Classes are determined as follows: o A list includes possible Piping Materials Classes.. 321/347 Valves. K Nickel Alloys.. Trim 12’ ’CL600 RFFE.. 316.. Trim 12’ ’CL300 RFFE..._ _______________ PDS Piping Component Data . 316. A. 321/347 Valves.... Trim 12’ ’CL300 RFFE-SF.materials group B...sequence number from list in 2090-41-SN MATERIALS GROUP AND TYPE: (1st and 2nd character) 572 ... Inconel Trim’ Aluminum Alloys. 347HF Trim’ Copper Alloys. X 7687 = [XCY1W8] [8X7687] ’Gravity Head. Inconel 600.corrosion allowance or type of lining E..... 347HF Trim’ ’CL300 RFFE-SF....pressure rating o The name of a Piping Materials Class is then determined from the convention FAXXX.. 347HF Trim’ ’CL1500 BE/RJFE. 347HF Trim’ ’CL900 BE/RFFE-SF.. Trim 12’ ’CL150 RFFE.. Reinforced Concrete’ 7733 = [XTY1U9] [9X7733] ’SCH-80. 321/347 Valves..detail features D. It consists of six character names which are established on the basis of the naming convention ABCDEF.. PVC’ European Piping Material Class Descriptions.. A Other Materials.. 321/347 Valves....... Corresponding values are given in the lists included in subsequent pages... 347HF Trim’ ’CL1500 BE/RJFE.April 2002 5187 5188 5189 5197 6246 6247 6258 6449 6450 6457 = = = = = = = = = = [SEF3C1] [SEF3C2] [SEF3C4] [SEF3G1] [SHJ3B2] [SHJ3B4] [SHJ5B2] [SHV3B5] [SHV3B6] [SHV5B6] [1S5187] [2S5188] [4S5189] [1S5197] [2S6246] [4S6247] [2S6258] [5S6449] [6S6450] [6S6457] ’CL150 RFFE. 321/347 Valves... The meaning of each of the characters in this code is defined below..... 321/347 Valves. where: F..service description F.. N 7540 = [NGF5G1] [1N7540] ’CL150 RFFE.materials type C.. 316.material group XXX. 347HF Trim’ ’CL600 RFFE-SF.....

5Mo 2Cr-0. low temp X= Other 1 Y= Other 2 Z= Other 3 Low A= C= D= G= J= M= N= P= Q= R= S= T= U= V= X= Y= Z= and Intermediate Alloys. Codelists Stainless Steels.5Mo 2. killed M= CS.5Mo 1Cr-0.5Mo 1.5Ni 5Ni 9Ni C-0. C A= CS D= CS.25Cr-1Mo 3Cr-1Mo 5Cr-0. jacketed P= CS.5Mo 7Cr-0. jacketed J= CS. galvanized G= CS.5Mo 0.25Cr-0.5Mo 9Cr-1Mo Other 1 Other 2 Other 3 General Comments F. F A= Gray iron D= Ductile iron G= Ferritic ductile iron J= Austenitic ductile iron Z= Other 1 Carbon Steels. L 2Ni-1Cu 3._ _______________ Appendix F: Irons. S A= 304 B= 304L C= 304H D= 310 E= 316 F= 316L G= 316H H= 321 J= 321H K= 410S L= CHP10 M= CHP20 N= CPF10MC O= CPH8 P= CPK20 Q= UNS S31200 R= UNS S31250 S= UNS S31500 T= UNS S31803 U= UNS S32304 V= UNS S32550 W= Alloy 20 X= Other 1 Y= Other 2 Z= Other 3 573 .75Cr-0. killed.

reinforced F= CPVC G= Epoxy/Glass fib J= Furan/Carbon K= Furan/Glass fib L= Kynar N= Nylon P= Polyester/Glass fib Q= Polyethylene. vitrified D= Concrete. A C= 3002 aluminum D= 3003 aluminum E= 3004 aluminum F= 5050 aluminum G= 5052 aluminum Q= 6061 aluminum R= 6063 aluminum S= Alclad X= Other 1 Y= Other 2 Z= Other 3 Other Materials. high dens R= Polyethylene._ _______________ PDS Piping Component Data . low dens S= Polypropylene T= PVC U= Teflon V= Titanium 574 . prestressed E= Concrete. X A= Asbestos cement B= Borosilicate glass C= Clay.April 2002 Copper Alloys. N A= Low C Ni D= Monel E= K-Monel F= R-Monel G= Inconel 600 H= Inconel 601 J= Inconel 625 L= Incoloy 800 M= Incoloy 800H N= Incoloy 801 P= Incoloy 802 Q= Incoloy 825 T= Hastelloy B U= Hastelloy C V= Hastelloy G X= Other 1 Y= Other 2 Z= Other 3 Aluminum Alloys. K A= Brass F= Bronze K= Copper P= 90Cu-10Ni R= 70Cu-30Ni X= Other 1 Y= Other 2 Z= Other 3 Nickel Alloys.

125" 0. Monel trim MJ. other Other 1 Other 2 General Comments F.050" 0.063" 0. Monel trim Std RF. Monel trim RFSF. SS trim MJ. other Std RF. std trim RFSF. SS trim RFSF. other RFSF.10" 0. std trim BE. other MJ. std trim RTJ. Monel trim RTJ. std trim Std FF.030" 0. SS trim RTJ. std trim Std RF. other RTJ. other BE. SS trim Std RF. Monel trim BE. SS trim BE._ _______________ Appendix F: W= X= Y= Z= Zirconium Other 1 Other 2 Other 3 MATERIALS CLASS DETAILS: (3rd character) A= B= C= D= E= F= G= H= J= K= L= M= N= 0= P= Q= R= S= T= U= V= W= X= Y= Z= Std FF. Codelists CA OR LINING TYPE: (4th character) 1= 2= 3= 4= 5= 6= 7= 8= 9= A= B= C= D= E= F= G= H= J= L= M= N= O= P= Q= R= S= T= None 0.188" 0. other Std RF.250" 405 clad 410S clad 304 clad 304L clad 316 clad 316L clad 317 clad 317L clad 321 clad Cement lined Epoxy lined Glass lined Kynar lined Polyester lined Polypropylene lined PTFE lined Saran lined Teflon lined 575 .020" 0. std trim MJ.

seal oil Category D Firewater Sewer Instrument Other 1 Other 2 RATING: (6th character) 1= 2= 3= 4= 5= 6= 7= 8= 9= A= F= G= H= J= K= L= M= N= R= T= V= CL150 CL300 CL400 CL600 CL900 CL1500 CL2500 GRAVHD OTHER CL125 CL800 CL2000 CL3000 CL4500 CL5000 CL6000 CL9000 CL10000 CL15000 CL20000 CL30000 576 ._ _______________ PDS Piping Component Data . coldest (-20 to -425 degF) Process.1 Steam B31.degF) Process.degF) Process. fuel oil Lube oil. colder (-20 to -150 degF) Process. hot (-20 to 800 degF) Process.April 2002 U= V= W= X= Y= Z= TK31 lined R11 lined R15 lined R18 lined Other 1 Other 2 SERVICE: (5th character) A= B= C= D= E= F= G= H= J= K= L= P= Q= R= S= T= U= V= W= X= Y= Z= Process.3 Fuel gas. hottest (-20 to 1500+/. hotter (-20 to 1000+/. other Category M Acid Caustic/Amine LPG Steam ASME-I Steam B31. cold (-20 to -50 degF) Process.

field fabricated’ ’BSSF. Contractor supplied. Contractor supplied. other reports require that only values to the right of the "=" sign be displayed. field fabricated’ ’OSSF. Codelists CL180. B supplied.04’ ’PS4.02’ ’PS4.03’ ’PS4. Owner supplied. Field supplied. Shop supplied.04’ ’PS1. 1 5 7 15 17 25 27 35 37 45 47 95 97 = = = = = = = = = = = = = [Blank] ’CSSF.05’ 577 . B supplied.08’ ’PS1. field fabricated’ ’FSSF. field fabricated’ ’ASSF. A supplied._ _______________ Appendix F: General Comments CL160.10’ ’PS1. shop fabricated’ ’ASFF. Field supplied. Coating Requirements (99) 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = [Blank] ’None’ ’Galv’ ’PS1. Shop supplied. shop fabricated’ ’SSFF.09’ ’PS1.12’ ’PS1.07’ ’PS1.05’ ’PS4. Fabrication Category (99) NOTE: Some data displays require that only values to the left of the "=" sign be shown. field fabricated’ CL190.01’ ’PS4.03’ ’PS2. Owner supplied. A supplied. Responsibility (25) 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 15 16 25 = = = = = = = = = = = = = [Blank] ’By Contractor’ ’By Owner’ ’By A’ ’By B’ ’By C’ ’By D’ ’By E’ ’By Equip Vendor’ ’By Vendor’ ’By Piping’ ’By Instruments’ ’By Others’ F. shop fabricated’ ’FSFF.11’ ’PS1. shop fabricated’ ’OSFF. shop fabricated’ ’CSFF.13’ ’PS2. shop fabricated’ ’BSFF. field fabricated’ ’SSSF.

CL600] 53 = ’SNJ’ [Steam normal pressure.01’ ’PS18.01’ ’PS10._ _______________ PDS Piping Component Data . do not change the meaning of existing codelist values. Codelist numbers 40-60 have been reserved for heat tracing media used for jacketed pipe heat tracing.01’ ’Varies’ CL200.01’ ’PS13.April 2002 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 40 = = = = = = = = = = = ’PS8. CL300] 24 = ’SS’ [Steam superheated] For Jacketed Pipe Heat Tracing. CL900] 21 = ’SL’ [Steam low pressure. It is important that this allocation be respected. CL600] 23 = ’SN’ [Steam normal pressure. 40-60 40 = ’FAJ’ [Heat transfer fluid A] 41 = ’FBJ’ [Heat transfer fluid B] 42 = ’FCJ’ [Heat transfer fluid C] 50 = ’SHJ’ [Steam high pressure. CL150] 22 = ’SM’ [Steam medium pressure. 1 2 3 4 = = = = [Blank] ’NT’ [Not heat traced] ’HT’ [Heat traced] ’PHT’ [Partially heat traced] CL210. CL900] 51 = ’SLJ’ [Steam low pressure. CL300] 54 = ’SSJ’ [Steam superheated] 578 . CL150] 52 = ’SMJ’ [Steam medium pressure.01’ ’PS14.01’ ’PS12. 3-39 3 = ’E’ [Electric] 10 = ’FA’ [Heat transfer fluid A] 11 = ’FB’ [Heat transfer fluid B] 12 = ’FC’ [Heat transfer fluid C] 16 = ’I’ [Impedance] 17 = ’MI’ [Magnetic induction] 18 = ’SKE’ [Skin effect] 20 = ’SH’ [Steam high pressure. Heat Tracing Requirements (10) NOTE: In editing this codelist set.01’ ’PS16.01’ ’PS9.02’ ’PS11. Heat Tracing Media (60) NOTE: Codelist numbers 3-39 have been reserved for heat tracing media used for non-jacketed pipe heat tracing. 1 = [Blank] 2 = ’N’ [None] For Non Jacketed Pipe Heat Tracing.01’ ’PS10.

insulation] [Refractory lined. CP Type/Termination/Preparation (999) NOTE: Use 2-199 for bolted types. Cleaning Requirements (99) 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 15 = = = = = = = = [Blank] ’None’ ’CC1’ ’CC2’ ’CC3’ ’CC4’ ’CC5’ ’Varies’ CL330. 26-29 for ends with [Raised-face flanged termination type] [Raised-face flanged end] [Raised-face flanged end with integral gasket] Use 31-35 for ends without integral gaskets. Insulation Purpose (40) 1 2 3 4 5 11 14 15 16 17 18 20 21 22 30 32 34 40 = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = [Blank] ’N’ ’P’ ’H’ ’HS’ ’HF’ ’AS’ ’C’ ’CV’ ’CS’ ’CH’ ’CF’ ’S’ ’SV’ ’R11’ ’R15’ ’R18’ ’Varies’ F. 16-19 for ends with [Flat-face flanged termination type] [Flat-face flanged end] [Flat-face flanged end with integral gasket] integral gaskets. erosion] CL230. Codelists [Not insulated] [Personnel protection insulated] [Hot insulated] [Hot insulated with sound attenuation] [Hot insulated with fire protection] [Anti-sweat insulated] [Cold insulated] [Cold insulated vacuum type] [Cold insulated with sound attenuation] [Cold and hot insulated] [Cold insulated with fire protection] [Sound attenuation insulated] [Sound attenuation insulation with vapor barrier] [Refractory lined. 1 = [Blank] 2 = ’FE’ Use 11-15 for ends without integral gaskets. 36-39 for ends with integral gaskets. 10 = ’FFTP (11-19)’ 11 = ’FFFE’ 16 = ’FFFEWG’ Use 21-25 for ends without integral gaskets._ _______________ Appendix F: General Comments CL220. insulation/erosion] [Refractory lined. 20 = ’RFTP (21-29)’ 21 = ’RFFE’ 26 = ’RFFEWG’ [Flanged end] integral gaskets. 30 = ’RJFTP (31-39)’ [RTJ-face flanged termination type] 31 = ’RJFE’ [RTJ-face flanged end] 579 . 300-399 for male types and 400-599 for female types. Refer to Reference Data Manager (PD_DATA) Reference Guide for additional data.

46-49 for ends with [Tongue/male-face flanged termination type] [Small-tongue-face flanged end] [Large-tongue-face flanged end] [Small-male-face flanged end] [Large-male-face flanged end] integral gaskets. 40 = ’TMFTP (41-49)’ 41 = ’STFE’ 42 = ’LTFE’ 43 = ’SMFE’ 44 = ’LMFE’ Use 51-55 for ends without integral gaskets. 60 = ’FFLFTP (61-69)’ [Flat-face lap-flanged termination type] 61 = ’FFLFE [Flat-face lap-flanged end] Use 71-75 for lap-flanged ends without integral gaskets. 86-89 for lap-flanged ends with integral gaskets. 110 = ’FFTBTP (111-119)’[Flat-face 111 = ’FFTBE’ [Flat-face 116 = ’FFTBEWG’ [Flat-face Use 121-125 for ends without integral gaskets. 106-109 lap-flanged ends with integral gaskets. 80 = ’RJFLFTP (81-89)’ [RTJ-face lap-flanged termination type] 81 = ’RJLFE’ [RTJ-face lap-flanged end] Use 91-95 for lap-flanged ends without integral gaskets. 136-139 for ends with integral gaskets. 66-69 for lap-flanged ends with integral gaskets. 56-59 for ends with [Groove/female-face flanged termination type] [Small-groove-face flanged end] [Large-groove-face flanged end] [Small-female-face flanged end] [Large-female-face flanged end] Use 61-65 for lap-flanged ends without integral gaskets._ _______________ PDS Piping Component Data . = ’GFFLFTP (101-109)’[Groove/female-face lap-flanged termination type] = ’SGLFE’ [Small-groove-face lap-flanged end] = ’LGLFE’ [Large-groove-face lap-flanged end] = ’SFLFE’ [Small-female-face lap-flanged end] = ’LFLFE’ [Large-female-face lap-flanged end] gaskets. 116-119 for ends thru-bolted termination type] thru-bolted end] thru-bolted end with integral gasket] Use 111-115 for ends without integral with integral gaskets. 126-129 for ends with integral gaskets. 70 = ’RFLFTP (71-79)’ [Raised-face lap-flanged termination type] 71 = ’RFLFE’ [Raised-face lap-flanged end] Use 81-85 for lap-flanged ends without integral gaskets. 96-99 for lap-flanged ends with integral gaskets. 130 = ’RJTBTP (131-139)’[RTJ-face thru-bolted termination type] 131 = ’RJTBE’ [RTJ-face thru-bolted end] 580 . 120 = ’RFTBTP (121-129)’[Raised-face thru-bolted termination type] 121 = ’RFTBE’ [Raised-face thru-bolted end] 126 = ’RFTBEWG’ [Raised-face thru-bolted end with integral gasket] Use 131-135 for ends without integral gaskets.April 2002 Use 41-45 for ends without integral gaskets. 76-79 for lap-flanged ends with integral gaskets. 50 = ’GFFTP (51-59)’ 51 = ’SGFE’ 52 = ’LGFE’ 53 = ’SFFE’ 54 = ’LFFE’ integral gaskets. 90 = ’TMFLFTP (91-99)’ [Tongue/male-face lap-flanged termination type] 91 = ’STLFE’ [Small-tongue-face lap-flanged end] 92 = ’LTLFE’ [Large-tongue-face lap-flanged end] 93 = ’SMLFE’ [Small-male-face lap-flanged end] 94 = ’LMLFE’ [Large-male-face lap-flanged end] Use for 100 101 102 103 104 101-105 for lap-flanged ends without integral gaskets.

170 = ’RJTBCSTP (171-179)’[RTJ-face thru-bolted-with-cap-screws termination type] 171 = ’RJTBCSE’ [RTJ-face thru-bolted-with-cap-screws end] Use 181-185 for ends without integral gaskets. 160 = ’RFTBCSTP (161-169)’[Raised-face thru-bolted-with-cap-screws termination type] 161 = ’RFTBCSE’ [Raised-face thru-bolted-with-cap-screws end] 166 = ’RFTBCSEWG’ [Raised-face thru-bolted-with-cap-screws end with integral gasket] Use 171-175 for ends without integral gaskets. 176-179 for ends with integral gaskets._ _______________ Appendix F: Use 141-145 for ends without integral gaskets. 186-189 with integral gaskets. 156-159 for ends General Comments thru-bolted-with-cap-screws termination type] thru-bolted-with-cap-screws end] thru-bolted-with-cap-screws end with integral gasket] Use 161-165 for ends without integral gaskets. 180 = ’FFFTBTP (181-189)’[Flat-full-face thru-bolted 181 = ’FFFTBE’ [Flat-full-face thru-bolted 186 = ’FFFTBEWG’ [Flat-full-face thru-bolted 190 = ’MJTP 191 = ’MJE’ 300 = ’MTP for ends termination type] end] end with integral gasket] F. 166-169 for ends with integral gaskets. 146-149 for ends with integral gaskets. 6" field fit] (401-409)’[Socket termination type] [Socket end] 400 = ’STP 401 = ’SE’ Use 421-429 for welded ends only 420 = ’SWTP (421-429)’[Socketwelded termination type] 421 = ’SWE’ [Socketwelded end] 581 . 150 = ’FFTBCSTP (151-159)’[Flat-face 151 = ’FFTBCSE’ [Flat-face 156 = ’FFTBCSEWG’ [Flat-face gaskets. 3" field fit] = ’6"FFPE’ [Plain end. Codelists (190-199)’[Mechanical joint termination type] [Mechanical joint end] (301-399)’[Male termination type] Use 301-309 for welded ends only 301 = ’BE’ [Beveled end] 302 = ’OLET’ [Olet beveled end] Use 311 321 331 341 351 355 361 371 381 Use 391 393 395 311-319 for welded ends only = ’TBE’ [Tapered and beveled end] = ’MFE’ [Male flared end] = ’MTE’ [Male threaded end] = ’MGE’ [Male grooved end] = ’MQCE’ [Male quick connect end] = ’MCE’ [Male clamp end] = ’MFRE’ [Male ferrule end] = ’MHE’ [Male hose end] = ’SPE’ [Spigot end] 391-399 for welded ends only = ’PE (391-399)’[Plain end] = ’3"FFPE’ [Plain end. 140 = ’MRJTBTP (141-149)’[Male RTJ-face thru-bolted termination type] 146 = ’MRJTBEWG’ [Male RTJ-face thru-bolted end with integral gasket] Use 151-155 for ends without integral with integral gaskets.

8125’ 582 .April 2002 440 = ’FTTP 441 = ’FTE’ 460 = ’FGTP 461 = ’FGE’ 470 = ’FCTP 471 = ’FCE’ 480 = ’FQCTP 481 = ’FQCE’ 500 = ’FFRTP 501 = ’FFRE’ 520 = ’FHTP 521 = ’FHE’ 540 = ’BLTP 541 = ’BLE’ 542 = ’MJBE’ 590 = ’HTP (441-449)’[Female threaded termination type] [Female threaded end] (461-469)’[Female grooved termination type] [Female grooved end] (471-479)’[Female clamp termination type] [Female clamp end] (481-489)’[Female quick connect termination type] [Female quick connect end] (501-509)’[Female ferrule termination type] [Female ferrule end] (521-529)’[Female hose termination type] [Female hose end] (541-549)’[Bell end termination type] [Push-on bell end] [Mechanical joint bell end] (581-599)’[Hole end termination type] Use 591-599 for welded ends only 591 = ’HCE’ [Circular hole end] 600 = ’NTP 601 = ’NE’ 650 = ’UDTP 651 = ’UD’ (600-605)’[Null termination type] [Null end] (651-659)’[User defined termination type] [User defined end] (When a "UD" preparation end is detected by the system in the piping materials class.5625’ ’.1875’ ’.) CL332. Schedule / Thickness Override NOTE: Schedule/thickness override values for metric projects must have codelist values between 499 and 1000.4375’ ’.625’ ’. 1 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 = = = = = = = = = = = = = = [Blank] ’.25’ ’. The value provided by the User will be used for initial placement of the component as well as for subsequent recreations of the piping system.5’ ’. it will prompt the User to define the actual CP preparation to use._ _______________ PDS Piping Component Data .125’ ’.0625’ ’.6875’ ’.375’ ’.75’ ’.3125’ ’.

5625’ ’1.625’ ’2.8125’ ’2.75’ ’2.0625’ ’2.1875’ ’2.125’ ’1.375’ ’2.0625’ ’1.6875’ ’2.5’ ’2.6875’ ’1.625’ ’1.5’ ’1.875’ ’.75’ ’1.3125’ ’1.8125’ ’1.4375’ ’2. Codelists 583 .375’ ’1.4375’ ’1.125’ ’2.9375’ ’3’ ’S-5S’ ’S-10S’ ’S-40S’ ’S-80S’ ’S-10’ ’S-20’ ’S-30’ ’S-40’ ’S-60’ ’S-80’ ’S-100’ ’S-120’ ’S-140’ ’S-160’ ’S-STD’ ’S-XS’ ’S-XXS’ General Comments F.25’ ’2._ _______________ Appendix F: 23 24 25 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 100 101 102 103 110 111 112 113 114 115 116 117 118 119 130 131 132 = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = ’.25’ ’1.9375’ ’2’ ’2.1875’ ’1.3125’ ’2.5625’ ’2.875’ ’2.875’ ’1.9375’ ’1’ ’1.

April 2002 CL340. 1 = ’Reportable by MTO’ 2 = ’Not Reportable by MTO’ CL366. do not change the meaning of existing codelist values. Labels always require that only values to the right of the "=" sign be displayed. Some data displays require that only values to the left of the "=" sign be shown. 0 = ’None’ 1 = ’reconstruct’ 2 = ’re-calculate’ CL380. Piping Component Type (2500) 1 = [Blank] 2 = ’Piping’ 3 = ’Piping’ 4 = ’Piping’ [Primary single line] [Secondary single line] [Primary double line] 584 . 1 = [Blank] 2 = ’ANR =Analysis not required’ 3 = ’ATBP=Analysis to be performed’ 4 = ’AC =Analysis completed’ CL365. Stress Analysis Requirements (15) NOTE: In editing this codelist set. do not change the meaning of existing codelist values. Safety Classification (99) 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 = = = = = = = = = = [Blank] ’SC1’ ’SC2’ ’SC3’ ’SC4’ ’SC5’ ’SC6’ ’SC7’ ’SC8’ ’SC9’ CL360._ _______________ PDS Piping Component Data . other reports require that only values to the right of the "=" sign be displayed. do not change the meaning of existing codelist values. Requirement to Reconstruct (10) NOTE: In editing this codelist set. Reporting Requirements (25) NOTE: In editing this codelist set. other reports require that only values to the right of the "=" sign be displayed. Some data displays require that only values to the left of the "=" sign be shown.

_ _______________ Appendix F: 5 = ’Piping’ 6 = ’Hose’ 8 = ’Tubing’ 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 28 29 30 31 33 34 35 36 39 43 47 49 50 51 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 67 68 70 71 73 74 75 79 86 89 90 93 97 98 99 117 119 120 122 124 126 127 128 129 130 131 132 133 = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = [Double line] ’Gate valve’ ’Extended body gate valve’ ’Conduit gate valve’ ’Blank gate valve’ ’3-way valve’ ’Ball valve’ [2-way] ’2-way valve’ ’3-way ball valve’ ’Globe valve’ [2-way] ’Angle globe valve’ [2-way] ’3-way globe valve’ ’Y globe valve’ ’Plug valve’ [2-way] ’4-way valve’ ’3-way plug valve’ ’4-way plug valve’ ’Needle valve’ ’Butterfly valve’ ’Diaphragm valve’ ’Knife gate valve’ ’Slide valve’ [2-way] ’3-way slide valve’ ’Angle valve’ ’Check valve’ ’Wafer check valve’ ’Angle check valve’ ’Stop check valve’ ’Angle stop check valve’ ’Y stop check valve’ ’Backflow preventer’ ’Automatic recirculation valve’ ’Angle blowdown valve’ ’Y blowdown valve’ ’Pinch valve’ ’Float valve’ ’Foot valve’ ’Tank drain valve’ ’Deluge valve’ ’Hose valve’ ’Angle hose valve’ ’Vent/drain valve’ ’Instrument root valve’ ’3-way instrument root valve’ ’4-way instrument root valve’ ’Flange’ ’Reducing flange’ ’Expander flange’ ’Orifice flange’ ’Blind flange’ ’Open spectacle blank’ ’Closed spectacle blank’ ’Blank disc’ ’Blind spacer’ ’Tapered spacer’ ’Open spacer’ ’End’ ’Head’ General Comments F. Codelists 585 .

5 deg elbow’ ’<45 deg direction change’ ’45 deg direction change’ ’45 deg elbow’ ’45 deg LR elbow’ ’45 deg long tangent elbow’ ’45 deg 3D elbow’ ’45 deg union elbow’ ’45 deg street elbow’ ’45 deg short elbow’ ’45 deg long elbow’ ’60 deg elbow’ ’45-90 deg direction change’ ’90 deg direction change’ ’90 deg elbow’ ’90 deg SR elbow’ ’90 deg LR elbow’ ’90 deg LR long tangent elbow’ ’90 deg reducing elbow’ ’90 deg 3D elbow’ ’90 deg union elbow’ ’90 deg street elbow’ ’90 deg reducing street elbow’ ’90 deg short elbow’ ’90 deg long elbow’ ’180 deg return’ ’180 deg SR return’ ’180 deg LR return’ ’180 deg close return’ ’180 deg medium return’ ’180 deg open return’ ’Miter’ ’45 deg miter’ ’90 deg miter’ ’Tee’ ’Reducing branch tee’ ’Reducing run and branch tee’ ’On-run union tee’ ’On-branch union tee’ ’Street tee’ ’Reducing instrument tee’ 586 .625 deg elbow’ ’11.25 deg elbow’ ’22.April 2002 135 137 138 139 140 141 142 143 144 148 151 152 155 156 157 159 160 162 163 165 167 169 171 172 173 175 176 177 179 181 182 184 189 191 192 193 195 196 198 200 202 204 206 207 209 210 216 218 220 222 223 224 229 231 233 237 239 240 242 243 246 249 = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = ’Plug’ ’Cap’ ’Diameter change’ ’Concentric diameter change’ ’Eccentric diameter change’ ’Coupling/connector’ ’Half coupling’ ’Concentric reducer’ ’Eccentric reducer’ ’Reducing coupling’ ’Concentric swage’ ’Eccentric swage’ ’Union’ ’Orifice union’ ’Dielectric union’ ’Hose connection’ ’Bushing’ ’Reducing insert’ ’Pipe bend’ ’5._ _______________ PDS Piping Component Data .

_ _______________ Appendix F: 251 253 260 262 264 265 267 268 269 270 275 277 278 279 285 287 288 289 290 291 292 293 294 295 297 299 303 304 310 312 313 315 316 317 318 319 320 324 325 327 338 339 340 344 345 346 352 353 354 374 380 513 515 516 517 518 519 521 523 524 = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = ’Drip ring tee’ ’Basin tee’ ’True Y’ ’Lateral’ ’Reducing branch lateral’ ’Reducing run and branch lateral’ ’90 deg short Y-branch’ ’90 deg reducing short Y-branch’ ’90 deg long Y-branch’ ’90 deg reducing long Y-branch’ ’Cross’ ’Reducing branches cross’ ’Reducing run and branches cross’ ’Basin cross’ ’Saddle’ ’Sweepolet’ ’Weldolet’ ’Sockolet’ ’Thredolet’ ’Nippolet’ ’Elbolet’ ’Latrolet’ ’Endolet’ ’Reinforcing pad’ ’Reinforcing weld’ ’Buttweld’ ’Branch nipple’ ’In-line nipple’ ’Gasket’ ’Stud’ ’Nut’ ’Fire monitor’ ’Elevated fire monitor’ ’Remotely operated fire monitor’ ’Foam monitor’ ’Elevated foam monitor’ ’Remotely operated foam monitor’ ’Fire hydrant’ [2-way] ’Fire hydrant w/monitor nozzle’ [2-way] ’3-way fire hydrant’ ’Hose reel’ ’Hose rack station’ ’Foam chamber’ ’Wet sprinkler’ ’Pre-action sprinkler’ ’Spray sprinkler’ ’Eye wash’ ’Safety shower’ ’Safety shower and eye wash’ ’Siamese’ [2-way] ’90 deg siamese’ [2-way] ’Flame arrestor’ ’Hammer arrestor’ ’Vent silencer’ ’In-line silencer’ ’Vent’ ’Exhaust head’ ’Breather vent’ ’Free vent w/o screen’ ’Free vent w/screen’ General Comments F. Codelists 587 .

_ _______________ PDS Piping Component Data .April 2002 525 527 529 533 535 540 542 544 546 548 552 556 557 559 561 563 564 565 567 569 571 576 582 583 584 586 588 590 611 = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = ’Motor operated valve’ ’Mixing T’ ’Spray nozzle’ ’Removable spool’ ’Swing elbow’ ’Expansion joint’ ’Hinged expansion joint’ ’Swivel joint’ ’Mechanical coupling’ ’Flexible hose’ ’Sample cooler’ ’Strainer/filter’ ’Single basket strainer’ ’Duplex basket strainer’ ’T strainer’ ’Y strainer’ ’Temporary strainer’ ’Basket strainer’ ’Cone strainer’ ’Flat plate strainer’ ’Sump strainer’ ’Filter’ ’Steam trap’ ’Float steam trap’ ’Inverted bucket steam trap’ ’Thermostatic steam trap’ ’Thermodynamic steam trap’ ’Impulse steam trap’ ’Generic component’ 613 = ’Pip seg heat tracing brk/comp 2’ 747 748 749 750 823 824 825 833 873 874 875 876 877 878 879 880 909 911 913 923 927 = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = ’Air utility station’ ’Nitrogen utility station’ ’Water utility station’ ’Steam utility station’ ’Vent/drain detail 1’ ’Vent/drain detail 2’ ’Vent/drain detail 3’ ’Vent/drain detail H’ ’Connection detail 1’ ’Connection detail 2’ ’Connection detail 3’ ’Connection detail 4’ ’Connection detail 5’ ’Connection detail 6’ ’Connection detail 7’ ’Connection detail 8’ ’Anchor’ ’1-way support’ ’2-way support’ ’Spring support’ ’Damping support’ 1008 = ’Tie-in marker’ 1018 1019 1020 1038 1039 = = = = = ’Utility connector’ ’Drain connector’ ’Utility station connector’ ’TRM off-dwg piping connector’ ’TLM off-dwg piping connector’ 588 .

Codelists 1108 = ’Piping node marker’ 1117 = ’Terminator piping connector’ Entries above 1500 are reserved for DIN components. 1500 1501 1502 1503 1504 1505 1506 1507 1508 1509 1510 1511 1512 1513 1514 1515 1516 1517 1518 1519 1520 1521 1522 1523 1524 1525 1526 1527 1528 1529 1530 = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = ’Valve generic’ ’Angle plug valve’ ’Non-return valve’ ’Check valve’ ’Valve with continous action’ ’4-way globe valve’ ’4-way valve._ _______________ Appendix F: 1040 1041 1042 1043 1044 1045 1047 1049 1053 1068 1069 1070 1071 1072 1073 1074 1075 1079 1083 = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = ’TTM off-dwg piping connector’ ’TBM off-dwg piping connector’ ’FRM off-dwg piping connector’ ’FLM off-dwg piping connector’ ’FTM off-dwg piping connector’ ’FBM off-dwg piping connector’ ’Utility off-dwg pip connector’ ’To off-vol piping connector’ ’From off-vol piping connector’ ’TRM off-unit piping connector’ ’TLM off-unit piping connector’ ’TTM off-unit piping connector’ ’TBM off-unit piping connector’ ’FRM off-unit piping connector’ ’FLM off-unit piping connector’ ’FTM off-unit piping connector’ ’FBM off-unit piping connector’ ’To off-site piping connector’ ’From off-site piping connector’ General Comments F.generic’ ’Steam throttling angle valve’ ’Steam throttling 3-way globe valve’ ’Butterfly valve with continous action’ [Blank] [Blank] ’Globe valve with continous action’ ’Gate valve with continous action’ ’Plug valve with continous action’ ’Angle globe valve with continous action’ ’Free wheel check valve’ ’Safety check valve’ ’Fire safety butterfly valve’ ’Aeration and deaeration armature’ ’Angle ball valve’ ’4-way ball valve’ ’Taper plug valve’ ’Taper angle plug valve’ ’3-way taper plug valve’ ’4-way taper plug valve’ ’Flat seal bottom’ ’Blank disk’ ’Flange connection’ ’Screwed connection’ ’Angle diaphragm valve’ 1533 = ’Safety valve’ 1534 = ’Safety valve regulated with spring’ 1535 = ’Safety valve regulated with weight’ 589 .

April 2002 1536 1537 1538 1539 1540 1542 1543 1544 1545 1546 1548 1549 1550 1551 1552 1553 1554 1555 1556 1557 1558 1559 1560 1561 1562 1563 1564 1565 1566 1567 1568 1569 1570 1571 1572 1573 1574 1575 1576 1577 1578 1579 1580 1581 1582 1583 1584 1585 1587 1588 1590 1591 1592 1593 1594 1595 1596 1597 1598 1599 1600 1601 = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = ’Angle safety valve’ ’Angle safety valve regulated with spring’ ’Rupture disk’ ’Aeration with screw cap’ ’Inspection glass’ ’Aeration with plug’ ’Flanged aeration’ ’90 deg earation’ ’180 deg earation’ ’Tapered filter’ ’Discharge valve with blind flange’ ’Discharge valve’ ’Discharge with blind flanged gate valve’ ’Discharge with gate valve’ ’Bellow expansion joint’ ’Lyra expansion joint’ ’90 degree elbow for JP’ ’T connection for JP’ ’Flange between JP’ ’Valve for connecting JP media’ ’Blindflange JP’ ’Skewed connection JP’ ’Y connection JP’ ’flanged connection segment/comp type 1’ ’flanged connection segment/comp type 2’ ’flanged connection segment/comp type 3’ ’flanged connection segment/comp type 4’ ’Flange from JP to normal pipe’ ’Valve for JP media supply’ ’Flange connection for JP’ ’Bypass for JP media’ ’Flange for bypassing JP’ ’Syphon’ ’Ball linkage’ ’Mixing component’ ’Flow straightener’ [Blank] ’Spring clip’ ’Fire extinguishing equipment powder’ ’Fire extinguishing equipment halogen’ ’Fire extinguishing equipment carbonic acid’ ’Fire extinguishing equipment foam’ ’Fire extinguishing equipment floor connection’ ’Fire extinguishing equipment overhead conn._ _______________ PDS Piping Component Data .’ ’Fire extinguishing connector’ ’Fire extinguishing water supply’ ’Fire brigade accessory’ ’Hydrant ground floor’ ’Hydrant overhead’ ’Wall hydrant’ ’Sprinkler equipment’ ’Flooding spray equipment’ ’Spraying equipment’ ’Refrigerating unit’ ’Globe valve with open function’ ’Angle valve with open function’ ’Clamp joint’ ’Taper pipe thread’ [Blank] ’Socket joint’ ’Taper pipe joint’ ’Cool box’ 590 .

do not change the meaning of the indicated codelist ranges. Codelists CL390. 1 = [Blank] 2 = ’Bypass PMC’ Use to bypass PMC access Types Options._ _______________ Appendix F: 1602 = ’Ball float valve’ 1603 = ’Ball check valve’ 1604 = ’Flanged joint’ General Comments F. 11-19 11 = ’Type 1’ 12 = ’Type 2’ 13 = ’Type 3’ 14 = ’Type 4’ 15 = ’Type 5’ 16 = ’Type 6’ 17 = ’Type 7’ 18 = ’Type 8’ 19 = ’Type 9’ Valve Type Options. Option (999) NOTE: In editing this codelist set. Action (40) 1 = [Blank] 2 3 5 6 10 11 15 16 18 19 20 24 30 31 34 35 = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = ’NO’ ’NC’ ’CSO’ ’CSC’ ’LO’ ’LC’ ’FO’ ’FC’ ’FL’ ’FLO’ ’FLC’ ’FI’ ’EO’ ’EC’ ’DEO’ ’DEC’ [Normally open] [Normally closed] [Car seal open] [Car seal closed] [Locked open] [Locked closed] [Fail [Fail [Fail [Fail [Fail [Fail open] closed] locked] locked open] locked closed] indeterminate] open] close] to open] to close] [Energize to [Energize to [De-energize [De-energize CL400. The number of codelist numbers used in this codelist set must not exceed 5000. 21-60 21 = ’Red port’ 24 = ’Full port’ 27 = ’Tight SO’ 30 = ’Dbl disc’ 32 = ’Y pattern’ 33 = ’Wafer’ 34 = ’Lug’ 36 = ’Single flange’ 38 = ’1/8" hole’ 39 = ’Non lube’ 40 = ’3/16" hole’ [Reduced port valve] [Full port valve] [Tight shutoff valve] [Double disc valve] [Y pattern valve] [Wafer valve] [Lug pattern] [Single flange valve] [1/8" diam hole in flapper] [Non-lubricated valve] [3/16" diam hole in flapper] 591 .

side mounted handwheel] 79 = ’EM op’ [Electric motor operator] 82 = ’ESHW op’ [Extended stem and handwheel] 88 = ’ESGTM op’ [Extended stem and gear operator. 141-150 = ’Hemi hd’ = ’Ellip hd’ = ’2:1 hd’ [Hemispherical head] [Ellipsoidal head] [2:1 elliptical head] Miter Options.April 2002 41 42 43 44 45 46 48 49 50 56 57 58 59 60 = = = = = = = = = = = = = = ’1/4" hole’ ’Lube’ ’Quick close’ ’Quick open’ ’Al chk’ ’Excess flow’ ’Limit stop’ ’Hor chk’ ’Vert chk’ ’Tap lcn G’ ’Tap lcns G & ’Tap lcns G & ’Tap lcns G & ’Tap lcns G & [1/4" diam hole in flapper] [Lubricated valve] [Quick closing valve] [Quick opening valve] [Alarm check valve] [Excess flow check valve] [Limit stop valve] [Horizontal check valve] [Vertical check valve] [Tap at location G] [Tap at locations G & H] [Tap at locations G & I] [Tap at locations G & J] [Tap at locations G & K] H’ I’ J’ K’ Valve Operator Options. side mounted handwheel] 100 = ’Post ind’ [Post indicator] Bend 121 124 127 130 133 134 136 Head 141 143 145 Radius Options. top mounted handwheel] 91 = ’EXGSM op’ [Extended stem and gear operator. 61-100 61 = ’HW op’ [Handwheel] 64 = ’WR op’ [Wrench operator] 67 = ’LV op’ [Lever operator] 70 = ’T op’ [T-handle operator] 73 = ’GTM op’ [Gear operator. top mounted handwheel] 76 = ’GSM op’ [Gear operator.5D bend’ [1. 151-160 151 = ’1 cut’ 152 = ’2 cuts’ 153 = ’3 cuts’ 154 = ’4 cuts’ [1-cut miter] [2-cuts miter] [3-cuts miter] [4-cuts miter] Miscellaneous Options. 161-170 161 = ’Housing’ [Housing] 163 = ’After vlv’ [After isolating valve] 165 = ’Match branch nipple’ [Match branch nipple] 167 = ’Straight ends’ [Straight ends] 168 = ’Hor’ [Horizontal] 169 = ’Vert’ [Vertical] Flange 171 = 173 = 175 = 177 = 179 = Type Options.5D pipe bend] = ’3D bend’ [3D pipe bend] = ’4D bend’ [4D pipe bend] = ’5D bend’ [5D pipe bend] = ’6D bend’ [6D pipe bend] = ’10D bend’ [10D pipe bend] Type Options._ _______________ PDS Piping Component Data . 171-200 ’WN’ [Weld neck flange] ’LWN’ [Long weld neck flange] ’SO’ [Slip-on flange] ’LJ’ [Lap joint flange] ’PL’ [Plate flange] 592 . 121-140 = ’1D bend’ [1D pipe bend] = ’1.

401-500 = ’BE’ = ’OLET’ = ’TBE’ = ’MFE’ = ’MTE’ = ’MGE’ = ’MQCE’ = ’MCE’ = ’MFRE’ [Beveled end] [Olet beveled end] [Tapered and beveled end] [Male flared end] [Male threaded end] [Male grooved end] [Male quick connect end] [Male clamp end] [Male ferrule end] 593 . plate flange] [Long-stub-end. 201-400 ’FE’ ’FFFE’ ’FFFEWG’ ’RFFE’ ’RFFEWG’ ’RJFE’ ’STFE’ ’LTFE’ ’SMFE’ ’LMFE’ ’SGFE’ ’LGFE’ ’SFFE’ ’LFFE’ ’FFLFE’ ’RFLFE’ ’RJLFE’ ’STLFE’ ’LTLFE’ ’SMLFE’ ’LMLFE’ ’SGLFE’ ’LGLFE’ ’SFLFE’ ’LFLFE’ ’FFTBE’ ’FFTBEWG’ ’RFTBE’ ’RFTBEWG’ ’RJTBE’ ’MRJTBEWG’ ’FFTBCSE’ ’FFTBCSEWG’ ’RFTBCSE’ ’RFTBCSEWG’ ’RJTBCSE’ ’FFFTBE’ ’FFFTBEWG’ ’MJE’ [Short-stub-end. lap joint flange] [Filler flange] [Socket flange] [Socketwelded flange] [Socketwelded reducing flange] [Threaded flange] General Comments F. slip-on flange] [Long-stub-end. slip-on flange] [Short-stub-end. Codelists Bolted 202 = 211 = 216 = 221 = 226 = 231 = 241 = 242 = 243 = 244 = 251 = 252 = 253 = 254 = 261 = 271 = 281 = 291 = 292 = 293 = 294 = 301 = 302 = 303 = 304 = 311 = 316 = 321 = 326 = 331 = 346 = 351 = 356 = 361 = 366 = 371 = 381 = 386 = 391 = Male 401 402 411 421 431 441 451 455 461 [Flanged end] [Flat-face flanged end] [Flat-face flanged end w/ integral gasket] [Raised-face flanged end] [Raised-face flanged end w/ integral gasket] [RTJ-face flanged end] [Small-tongue-face flanged end] [Large-tongue-face flanged end] [Small-male-face flanged end] [Large-male-face flanged end] [Small-groove-face flanged end] [Large-groove-face flanged end] [Small-female-face flanged end] [Large-female-face flanged end] [Flat-face lap-flanged end] [Raised-face lap-flanged end] [RTJ-face lap-flanged end] [Small-tongue-face lap-flanged end] [Large-tongue-face lap-flanged end] [Small-male-face lap-flanged end] [Large-male-face lap-flanged end] [Small-groove-face lap-flanged end] [Large-groove-face lap-flanged end] [Small-female-face lap-flanged end] [Large-female-face lap-flanged end] [Flat-face thru-bolted end] [Flat-face thru-bolted end w/ integral gasket] [Raised-face thru-bolted end] [Raised-face thru-bolted end w/ integral gasket] [RTJ-face thru-bolted end] [Male RTJ-face thru-bolted end w/ integral gasket] [Flat-face thru-bolted-w/-cap-screws end] [Flat-face thru-bolted-w/-cap-screws end w/ integral gasket] [Raised-face thru-bolted-w/-cap-screws end] [Raised-face thru-bolted-w/-cap-screws end w/ integral gasket] [RTJ-face thru-bolted-w/-cap-screws end] [Flat-full-face thru-bolted end] [Flat-full-face thru-bolted end w/ integral gasket] [Mechanical joint end] End Options. lap joint flange] [Short-stub-end._ _______________ Appendix F: 181 183 185 187 189 191 193 195 196 197 = = = = = = = = = = ’SS-SO’ ’SS-LJ’ ’SS-PL’ ’LS-SO’ ’LS-LP’ ’Filler’ ’Socket’ ’SW’ ’SW Red’ ’Thd’ End Options.

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471 481 491 493 495 = = = = = ’MHE’ ’SPE’ ’PE’ ’3"FFPE’ ’6"FFPE’ End Options, 501-696 ’SE’ ’SWE’ ’FTE’ ’FGE’ ’FQCE’ ’FFRE’ ’FHE’ ’BLE’ ’MJBE’ ’HCE’ [Male hose end] [Spigot end] [Plain end] [391-399] [Plain end, 3" field fit] [Plain end, 6" field fit] Female 501 = 521 = 541 = 561 = 581 = 601 = 621 = 641 = 642 = 691 = [Socket end] [Socketwelded end] [Female threaded end] [Female grooved end] [Female quick connect end] [Female ferrule end] [Female hose end] [Push-on bell end] [Mechanical joint bell end] [Circular hole end]

User Defined Null End Options, (697-697) 697 = ’NE’ [Null end] User Defined End Options, 699-699 699 = ’UD’ [User defined] Mixed End Options, 701-717 701 = ’FE x MJE’ 702 = ’FE x BE’ 703 = ’FE x PE’ 705 = ’BE x MTE’ 706 = ’BE x PE’ 707 = ’BE x SWE’ 708 = ’BE x FTE’ 709 = ’OLET x FTE’ 710 = ’MTE x PE’ 711 = ’PE x MTE’ 712 = ’PE x SWE’ 713 = ’PE x FTE’ 714 = ’SWE x FTE’ 715 = ’OLET x SWE’ 716 = ’MTE x FTE’ 717 = ’FE x FTE’

[Flanged end by mechanical joint end] [Flanged end by beveled end] [Flanged end by plain end] [Beveled end by male threaded end] [Beveled end by plain end] [Beveled end by socketwelded end] [Beveled end by female threaded end] [Olet beveled end by female threaded end] [Male threaded end by plain end] [Plain end by male threaded end] [Plain end by socketwelded end] [Plain end by female threaded end] [Socketwelded end by female threaded end] [Olet beveled end by socketwelded end] [Male threaded end by female threaded end] [Flanged end by female threaded end]

The following options have been modified to include mm in lengths and add British metric pressure ratings (PN). Nipple 720 = 721 = 722 = 723 = 724 = 725 = 726 = 727 = 728 = 729 = 730 = 731 = 732 = 733 = 734 = 735 = Options, 718-755 ’3.0"(75mm) BE’ ’3.0"(75mm) MTE’ ’3.0"(75mm) PE’ ’3.0"(75mm) BE x MTE’ ’3.0"(75mm) BE x PE’ ’3.0"(75mm) MTE x PE’ ’4.0"(100mm) BE’ ’4.0"(100mm) MTE’ ’4.0"(100mm) PE’ ’4.0"(100mm) BE x MTE’ ’4.0"(100mm) BE x PE’ ’4.0"(100mm) MTE x PE’ ’5.0"(125mm) BE’ ’5.0"(125mm) MTE’ ’5.0"(125mm) PE’ ’5.0"(125mm) BE x MTE’

[3.0" [3.0" [3.0" [3.0" [3.0" [3.0" [4.0" [4.0" [4.0" [4.0" [4.0" [4.0" [5.0" [5.0" [5.0" [5.0"

long, long, long, long, long, long, long, long, long, long, long, long, long, long, long, long,

BE] MTE] PE] BE x MTE] BE x PE] MTE x PE] BE] MTE] PE] BE x MTE] BE x PE] MTE x PE] BE] MTE] PE] BE x MTE]

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736 737 738 739 740 741 742 743 744 745 746 747 748 749 750 751 752 753 754 755 = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = ’5.0"(125mm) BE x PE’ ’5.0"(125mm) MTE x PE’ ’6.0"(150mm) BE’ ’6.0"(150mm) MTE’ ’6.0"(150mm) PE’ ’6.0"(150mm) BE x MTE’ ’6.0"(150mm) BE x PE’ ’6.0"(150mm) MTE x PE’ ’7.0"(175mm) BE’ ’7.0"(175mm) MTE’ ’7.0"(175mm) PE’ ’7.0"(175mm) BE x MTE’ ’7.0"(175mm) BE x PE’ ’7.0"(175mm) MTE x PE’ ’8.0"(200mm) PE’ ’9.0"(225mm) PE’ ’1O.0"(250mm) PE’ ’11.0"(275mm) PE’ ’12.0"(300mm) PE’ ’HEX’ Options, 756-849 ’CL25’ ’PN2.5’ ’CL50’ ’CL75’ ’86#’ ’CL100’ ’CL125’ ’CL150’ ’175#’ ’PN6’ ’PN10’ ’CL200’ ’PN16’ ’CL250’ ’275#’ ’CL300’ ’350#’ ’PN25’ ’PN40’ ’CL400’ ’PN64’ ’CL600’ ’PN100’ ’CL800’ ’CL900’ ’PN160’ ’1000#’ ’PN250’ ’PN320’ ’PN400’ ’CL1500’ ’CL2000’ ’CL2500’ ’CL3000’ ’CL4500’ ’CL5000’ ’CL6000’ ’CL9000’ ’CL10000’ ’CL15000’ [5.0" long, BE x PE] [5.0" long, MTE x PE] [6.0" long, BE] [6.0" long, MTE] [6.0" long, PE] [6.0" long, BE x MTE] [6.0" long, BE x PE] [6.0" long, MTE x PE] [7.0" long, BE] [7.0" long, MTE] [7.0" long, PE] [7.0" long, BE x MTE] [7.0" long, BE x PE] [7.0" long, MTE x PE] [8.0" long, PE] [9.0" long, PE] [10.0" long, PE] [11.0" long, PE] [12.0" long, PE] [Hexagon]

General Comments

F. Codelists

Rating 756 = 757 = 758 = 759 = 760 = 761 = 762 = 763 = 764 = 765 = 766 = 767 = 768 = 769 = 770 = 773 = 774 = 775 = 776 = 777 = 778 = 781 = 782 = 785 = 789 = 790 = 792 = 794 = 795 = 796 = 797 = 801 = 805 = 809 = 813 = 815 = 817 = 821 = 823 = 827 =

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831 835 836 838 840 = = = = = ’CL20000’ ’CL30000’ ’SCH 40’ ’SCH 80’ ’GRAVHD’ Thickness Options, 851-869 851 = ’0.0625"(2mm) thck’ 852 = ’0.125"(3mm) thck’ 853 = ’0.1875"(4mm) thck’ 854 = ’0.25"(6mm) thck’ 855 = ’0.3125"(8mm) thck’ 856 = ’0.375"(9mm) thck’ 857 = ’0.4375"(10mm) thck’ 858 = ’0.5"(12mm) thck’ 859 = ’0.5625"(14mm) thck’ 860 = ’0.625"(16mm) thck’ 861 = ’0.6875"(18mm) thck’ 862 = ’0.75"(20mm) thck’ 863 = ’0.8125"(21mm) thck’ 864 = ’0.875"(22mm) thck’ 865 = ’0.9375"(24mm) thck’ 866 = ’1.0"(25mm) thck’ End Finish Options, 870-879 870 = ’63 Ra’ 871 = ’60-100 Ra’ 873 = ’80-150 Ra’ 875 = ’200 Ra’ 877 = ’Stock’ Gasket 880 = 881 = 882 = 883 = 884 = 885 = 886 = 887 = 894 = Options, 880-899 ’F gskt’ ’FFF gskt’ ’C gskt’ ’FDJ gskt’ ’CDJ gskt’ ’R gskt’ ’SW gskt’ ’MSS gskt’ ’SP gskt’

[63 Ra finish] [60-100 Ra finish] [80-150 Ra finish] [200 Ra finish] [Stock-finish]

[Flat gasket] [Flat full face gasket] [Corrugated gasket] [Flat double jacketed gasket] [Corrugated double jacketed gasket] [Ring gasket] [Spiral-wound gasket] [MSS-SP-44 gasket] [Special gasket]

Stud & Nut Options, 900-909 900 = ’Spec bolt’ ID Basis Options, 910-910 910 = ’ID basis’ Code 912 915 922 923 924 929 930 933 937 945 949 950 955 Options, 911-989 = ’ANSI-B16.12’ = ’ANSI-B16.15’ = ’ANSI-B16.22’ = ’ANSI-B16.23’ = ’ANSI-B16.24’ = ’ANSI-B16.36’ = ’ANSI-B16.42’ = ’ANSI-B1.20.3’ = ’ANSI-B1.20.7’ = ’ASTM-A74’ = ’AWWA-C110’ = ’AWWA-C115’ = ’AWWA-C151’

[Special bolting]

[Dimensions based on inside diameter]

[Cast iron drainage fittings] [Cast bronze fittings] [Copper solder joint pressure fittings] [Copper solder joint drainage fittings] [Bronze flanges] [Orifice flanges] [Ductile iron flanges and fittings] [Dryseal pipe threads] [Hose coupling screw threads] [Cast iron soil pipe and fittings] [Iron fittings] [Iron pipe and fittings] [Ductile iron pipe]

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960 961 962 970 975 979 980 981 = = = = = = = = ’AWWA-C207 Cl.B & D, ring’ ’AWWA-C207 Cl.B & D, hub’ ’AWWA-C207 Cl.E, hub’ ’API-5LE’ ’API-6A’ ’API-605’ ’MSS-SP-44-NB’ ’MSS-SP-44-B’ [Steel slip-on flanges CL86, CL150, CL175] [Steel slip-on flanges CL86, CL150, CL175] [Steel slip-on flanges CL275] [Polyethylene fittings] [Wellhead flanges and fittings] [API-605 flanges] [MSS non-blind flanges] [MSS blind flanges]

General Comments

F. Codelists

Vendor 990 = 991 = 992 = 993 = 994 = 995 = 996 = 997 = 998 = 999 =

Options, 990-999 ’Tube-Turn’ ’Dow’ ’Aloyco’ ’Yarway’ ’Teledyne Farris 1’ ’R & G Sloane’ ’American DI Pipe’ ’Gladding McBean’ [Vitrified clay S-XS pipe and fittings] ’Taylor Forge’ ’ITT VALVES’

European DIN Standards 1001 = ’Spacer length 10 mm’ 1002 = ’Spacer length 15 mm’ 1003 = ’Spacer length 20 mm’ 1004 = ’Spacer length 25 mm’ 1005 = ’Spacer length 30 mm’ 1006 = ’Spacer length 35 mm’ 1007 = ’Spacer length 40 mm’ 1008 = ’Spacer length 45 mm’ 1009 = ’Spacer length 50 mm’ 1010 = ’Spacer length 60 mm’ 1011 = ’Spacer length 70 mm’ 1012 = ’Spacer length 80 mm’ 1013 = ’Spacer length 90 mm’ 1014 = ’Spacer length 100 mm’

CL420, Piping Component Type/Source (25)
NOTE: This codelist defines the type of piping component involved and the source of the data used in its definition. In editing this codelist set, do not change the meaning of existing codelist values. 0 = ’Piping cmdty component from PMC’ 1 = ’Piping cmdty component from User’ 2 = ’Piping flanged cmdty component from PJS’ 3 = ’Piping cmdty component from branch table’ 4 = ’Piping specialty component from PJS’ 5 = ’Piping specialty component from User - spec data input’ 6 = ’Piping specialty component from User - no spec data input’ 7 = ’Branch reinforcement from user’ 8 = ’Branch reinforcement from branch table’

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CL425, Piping/Tubing Type (25)
NOTE: In editing this codelist set, do not change the meaning of existing codelist values. 1 = ’Piping’ 2 = ’Tubing’ 3 = ’Hose’

CL430, Instrument Component Type/Source (25)
NOTE: This codelist defines the type of instrument component involved and the source of the data used in its definition. In editing this codelist set, do not change the meaning of existing codelist values. 0 = ’Instr specialty component from PJS’ 1 = ’Instr specialty component from User - spec data input’ 2 = ’Instr specialty component from User - no spec data input’

CL499, Piping Notes (999)
1 = [Blank] Notes Applicable to the Piping Materials Class, 2-199 3 = ’Valve and flange protectors required.’ 22 = ’Valves shall be in accordance with NACE MR-01-75.’ 50 = ’The Manufacturer shall be consulted for special bolting requirements where both the design temperature is above 800 degF and the valve bonnet is insulated.’ 54 = ’Unions shall not be used.’ 56 = ’Gasket seating surfaces shall have 125 Ra surface finish.’ 57 = ’Unions shall not be used. Gasket seating surfaces shall have 125 Ra surface finish.’ 58 = ’Unions shall not be used. Gasket seating surfaces shall have 125 Ra surface finish. Valves shall be in accordance with NACE MR-01-75.’ 60 = ’All welds shall use compatible rod and shall be PWHT regardless of thickness and/or joint configuration.’ 61 = ’All welds shall use compatible rod and shall be PWHT regardless of thickness and/or joint configuration unless specifically approved by Contractor and permitted by ANSI-B31.3 Code.’ 62 = ’Refer to AWWA-C151 for suitable installation types.’ 63 = ’Underground pipe and fittings shall be coated and wrapped.’ 64 = ’Pipe and fittings shall be cement lined.’ 79 = ’Extra thickness has been included.’ 80 = ’All components shall be bored to suit thickness of pipe. Taper bore flanges to a depth of 1.5 inches as required to match inside diameter of all connecting pipingand valves. Welds shall be ground smooth to match inside diameter of pipe.’ 82 = ’Use long radius bends with radius as specified on the P&IDs for all changes in direction.’ 83 = ’Do not allow galvanized or any other zinc bearing material to come in contact with stainless steel or high nickel alloys components. This includes supports, nipples, weld splatter, wire, bolts, paint, or any other type of contact.’

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Notes Applicable to a Piping Component, 200-499 201 = ’To be used only where specifically required.’ 202 = ’Use between blind flange and gasket.’ 203 = ’Use for thermowell connections.’ 204 = ’Use for hydrostatic vents and drains. Seal (bridge) weld after testing in accordance with piping job specifications.’ 205 = ’Use bends for direction changes.’ 206 = ’Use at flanged equipment connections.’ 207 = ’Use for hydrostatic vents and drains.’ 208 = ’Use threaded plug for vent/drain valve; do not seal weld plug.’ 209 = ’To be used only where specifically required and/or between blind flange and gasket.’ 210 = ’Use threaded plug for vent/drain valve; do not seal weld plug. Vent/drain and instrument root valves with 1 inch nominal diameter in carbon steel and 9Cr-1Mo materials provide more than 3/16 inch but less than 1/4 inch CA.’ 211 = ’Use of this component under certain pressure/temperature conditions may provide less than 3/16 inch CA.’ 214 = ’Use where full port is required.’ 220 = ’Install in the horizontal position only.’ 221 = ’Valve shall be in accordance with NACE MR-01-75.’ 222 = ’Use 0.75 inch diameter only at orifice flange taps.’ 223 = ’Use 0.5 inch diameter only at orifice flange taps.’ 224 = ’To be used only where specifically required. Valve sizes 16" and larger require electric motor operators.’ 253 = ’Use of unions and threaded fittings shall be limited to a maximum temperature of 500 degF.’ 257 = ’When mating stainless steel flanges to ferritic steel flanges, use studs corresponding to the ferritic flange.’ 259 = ’Double hub fittings are available in 90 degrees and 45 degrees elbows.’ 260 = ’Cement lined per AWWA-C205-80. Minimum lining thickness shall be 0.3125 inch thick. Lining shall be Type II cement per ASTM-C150 with a minimum 28-day compressive strength of 3000 psi. Lining shall be flush with ends.’ 276 = ’Remove internals of valves containing Teflon seats and/or seals prior to welding or backwelding.’ 304 = ’For use in deluge systems.’ 325 = ’Do not use over 100 degF.’ 326 = ’Do not use over 150 degF.’ 328 = ’Do not use over 180 degF.’ 329 = ’Do not use over 200 degF.’ 330 = ’Do not use over 250 degF.’ 331 = ’Do not use over 300 degF.’ 332 = ’Do not use over 350 degF.’ 333 = ’Do not use over 400 degF.’ 334 = ’Do not use over 450 degF.’ 335 = ’Do not use over 500 degF.’ 336 = ’Do not use over 550 degF.’ 337 = ’Do not use over 600 degF.’ 338 = ’Do not use over 650 degF.’ 339 = ’Do not use over 700 degF.’ 340 = ’Do not use over 750 degF.’ 341 = ’Do not use over 800 degF.’ Notes Applicable to a Piping Specialty, 500-699 Notes Applicable to an Instrument Specialty, 700-899

General Comments

F. Codelists

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CL530, Accessory/Item Type (125)
NOTE: In editing this codelist set, do not change the meaning of existing codelist values. Some data displays require that only values to the left of the "=" sign be shown; other reports require that only values to the right of the "=" sign be displayed. 1 = [Blank] Accessory 5 = ’AC 10 = ’A 20 = ’C 30 = ’I 45 = ’PO 50 = ’R 55 = ’S 65 = ’T 75 = ’X 80 = ’Y Type, 2-99 =Actuator’ =Alarm’ =Controller’ =Indicator’ =Positioner’ =Recorder’ =Switch’ =Transmitter’ =Unclassified’ =Converter’

Item Type, 100-125 101 = ’Equipment nozzle’ 103 = ’Piping segment’ 105 = ’CV or regulator’ 107 = ’Relief device’ 109 = ’Other-in-line instrument’ 111 = ’Off-line instrument’ 113 = ’System function’ 115 = ’Instr connector’ 117 = ’Function label’ 121 = ’Other’

CL550, Operator Actuator Type (200)
NOTE: Codelist numbers 2-24 apply to operators for piping commodity valves whose dimensions are determined from tables whose names are formed from attributes in the Piping Job Specification. Codelist numbers 25-40 apply to operators for piping commodity valves whose dimensions are determined from tables whose names depend on the commodity codes for the valves. Codelist numbers 41-99 apply to operators and actuators for piping and instrument specialty valves. Codelist numbers 101-150 should be used for user defined operators with only primary orientaions, such as handwheels and post indicators. Codelist numbers 151-200 should be used for user defined operators with both primary orientations and secondary orientations, such as levers and T-handles. 1 = [Blank] Operators with Data Derived from Spec Parameters, 2-24 3 = ’Handwheel’ 4 = ’Handwheel if GCP > RCP’ 5 = ’Handwheel, inclined’ 9 = ’Wrench, short’ 11 = ’Wrench, long’ 17 = ’Lever’ 19 = ’T-handle, short’ 21 = ’T-handle, long’

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Operators with Data Derived from Valve Codes, 25-40 25 = ’Handwheel, special’ 27 = ’Wrench, special’ 29 = ’Gear, top mounted handwheel’ 31 = ’Gear, top mounted inclined handwheel’ 33 = ’Gear, side mounted handwheel’ 35 = ’Gear, side mounted inclined handwheel’ 39 = ’Lever, quick-action’ 40 = ’Post indicator’ Actuators, 41-99 41 = ’Diaphragm’ 42 = ’Electro-Pneumatic’ 43 = ’Press-balanced diaphragm’ 45 = ’Regulator’ 49 = ’Single acting cylinder’ 51 = ’Double acting cylinder’ 53 = ’Pilot operated cylinder’ 57 = ’Motor’ 61 = ’Digital’ 65 = ’Electro-hydraulic’ 69 = ’Single solenoid’ 71 = ’Single solenoid w/reset’ 73 = ’Double solenoid’ 77 = ’Pilot’ 81 = ’Weight’ 85 = ’Manual’ 89 = ’Spring’ 91 = ’Capacitance sensor’ 93 = ’Ball float’ 95 = ’Displacement float’ 97 = ’Paddle wheel’

General Comments

F. Codelists

CL570, Design Standard (200)
1 10 11 12 13 20 21 22 23 24 25 28 29 38 50 51 = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = [Blank] ’ASME-I’ [Power Boilers] ’ASME-III’ [Nuclear] ’ASME-VIII-1’ [Unfired Vessels] ’ASME-VIII-2’ [Unfired Vessels] ’ASME Fld Mets & AGA Rpt 3’ [Instruments] ’ANSI-B31.1’ [Power] ’ANSI-B31.2’ [Fuel Gas] ’ANSI-B31.3’ [Petroleum] ’ANSI-B31.4’ [Oil Transport] ’ANSI-B31.5’ [Refrigeration] ’ANSI-B31.8’ [Gas Transmission] ’ANSI-B31.9’ [Building Services] ’API-2000’ [Tank Venting] ’AWWA’ [Water Services] ’DIN’

60 = ’BS806’ 61 = ’BS3351’

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CL572, Wall Thickness Equation
1 = [Blank] 21 = ’ANSI B31.1a-1986’ 23 = ’ANSI B31.3-1987’

CL575, Geometry Standard (31999)
NOTE: The symbol "||" at the end of a description in this document signifies that the standard has been used in preparing RDB data. Codelist numbers have been reserved as follows: o US practices 2-6999 o European practices 1 (DIN) 7000-11999 o European practices 2 (British) 12000-16999 o European practices 3 (Finnish, French, etc. 17000-19999 o International practices 1 (JIS) 20000-24999 o International practices 2 (Australian, etc.) 25000-27999 o Company practices 28000-31999 1 = [Blank] US Practice Geometry Standards, 2-6999 6 = ’PDS-P1’ [REDE, RWELD, RPAD, BLSPC_>24"_API+/- thk varies, BLSPO_>24"_API+/- thk varies] 7 = ’PDS-P2’ [BLSPC_>24"__API+/-_0.375"thk, BLSPO_>24"_API+/-_0.375"thk] 8 = ’PDS-P3’ [BLSPC_>24"_MSS+/- thk varies, BLSPO_>24"_MSS+/- thk varies] 11 = ’PDS-I1’ [BLSPC_>24"_API+/-_1.5"thk, BLSPO_>24"_API+/-_1.5"thk] 12 = ’PDS-I2’ [BLPAD_>24"_MSS+/-_0.75"thk, BLSPA_>24"_MSS+/-_0.75"thk] 13 = ’PDS-I3’ 16 = ’PDS-Op1’ 17 = ’PDS-Op2’ 18 = ’PDS-Op3’ 31 33 34 35 39 40 41 42 44 45 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 58 59 64 66 69 72 73 = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = ’ANSI-B16.1’ ’ANSI-B16.3’ ’ANSI-B16.4’ ’ANSI-B16.5’ ’ANSI-B16.9’ ’ANSI-B16.10’ ’ANSI-B16.11’ ’ANSI-B16.12’ ’ANSI-B16.14’ ’ANSI-B16.15’ ’ANSI-B16.20’ ’ANSI-B16.21’ ’ANSI-B16.22’ ’ANSI-B16.23’ ’ANSI-B16.24’ ’ANSI-B16.25’ ’ANSI-B16.26’ ’ANSI-B16.28’ ’ANSI-B16.29’ ’ANSI-B16.34’ ’ANSI-B16.36’ ’ANSI-B16.39’ ’ANSI-B16.42’ ’ANSI-B16.43’ [Cast Iron Pipe Flanges and Flanged Fittings ||] [Malleable Iron Threaded Fittings ||] [Cast Iron Threaded Fittings ||] [Pipe Flanges and Flanged Fittings ||] [Steel Beveled End Fittings ||] [Dimensions of Ferrous Valves ||] [Forged Steel Socketwelded and Threaded Fittings ||] [Cast Iron Threaded Drainage Fittings ||] [Ferrous Pipe Plugs and Bushings] [Cast Bronze Threaded Fittings ||] [RTJ Gaskets and Grooves ||] [Flat Gaskets for Pipe Flanges ||] [Wrought Copper Solder Joint Pressure Fittings ||] [Cast Copper Solder Joint Drainage Fittings ||] [Bronze Pipe Flanges and Flanged Fittings ||] [Beveled End Preparation] [Cast Copper Alloy Fittings for Flared Copper Tubing] [Steel Beveled End Short Radius Elbows and Returns ||] [Wrought Copper Solder Joint Drainage Fittings] [Valves Flanged and Beveled Ends ||] [Steel Orifice Flanges ||] [Malleable Iron Threaded Pipe Unions ||] [Ductile Iron Pipe Flanges and Flanged Fitting ||] [Wrought Copper Alloy Solder Joint Fittings for Solvent Drainage Systems]

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81 82 100 109 114 115 119 120 122 124 126 127 131 132 135 141 145 146 147 153 154 155 157 159 160 161 162 163 164 165 166 169 = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = ’ANSI-B18.2.1’ ’ANSI-B18.2.2’ ’ANSI-B36.10M’ ’ANSI-B36.19M’ ’API-5A’ ’API-5B’ ’API-5L’ ’API-5LE’ ’API-5LP’ ’API-5LS’ ’API-5LU’ ’API-5LX’ ’API-6A’ ’API-6AB’ ’API-6D’ ’API-526’ ’API-590’ ’API-590Z1’ ’API-590Z2’ ’API-593’ ’API-594’ ’API-595’ ’API-597’ ’API-599’ ’API-600’ ’API-601’ ’API-602’ ’API-603’ ’API-604’ ’API-605’ ’API-606’ ’API-609’ [Square and Hex Bolts and Screws ||] [Square and Hex Nuts] [Welded and Seamless Wrought Steel Pipe ||] [Stainless Steel Pipe ||] [Casing, Tubing and Drill Pipe] [Casing, Tubing and Line Pipe Threads] [Line Pipe ||] [Polyethylene Line Pipe ||] [Thermoplastic Line Pipe ||] [Spiralweld Line Pipe ||] [Ultra High Test Heat Treated Line Pipe ||] [High Test Line Pipe] [Wellhead Equipment] [30,000 PSI Flanged Wellhead Equipment] [Pipeline Valves, End Closures, Connectors and Swivels] [Flanged Steel Safety Relief Valves] [Steel Line Blanks ||] [Steel Line Blanks - with 0.125" CA ||] [Steel Line Blanks - with 0.25" CA ||] [Ductile Iron Plug Valves] [Wafer Check Valves] [Cast Iron Gate Valves] [Steel Venturi Gate Valves] [Steel Plug Valves] [Steel Gate Valves ||] [Metallic Gaskets for Raised Face Pipe Flanges and Flanged Connections ||] [Compact Steel Gate Valves] [Class 150 Cast Flanged End Gate Valves] [Ductile Iron Gate Valves] [Large Diameter Carbon Steel Flanges ||] [Compact Carbon Steel Gate Valves] [Butterfly Valves Lug and Wafer Type] [Cast Iron Soil Pipe and Fittings] [Reinforced Concrete Culvert, Storm Drain and Sewer Pipe] [Extra Strength and Standard Strength Clay Pipe and Perforated Clay Pipe] [Threaded PVC Plastic Pipe Fittings Schedule 80] [Socket-Type PVC Plastic Pipe Fittings Schedule 40 ||] [Socket-Type PVC Plastic Pipe Fittings Schedule 80 ||] [Cast Iron Pipe] [Ductile Iron and Gray Iron Fittings 3"-48" ||] [Ductile Iron and Gray Iron Pipe] [Ductile Iron Pipe ||]

General Comments

F. Codelists

171 = ’ASTM-A74’ 172 = ’ASTM-C76’ 173 = ’ASTM-C700’ 174 = ’ASTM-D2464’ 176 = ’ASTM-D2466’ 177 = ’ASTM-D2467’ 179 181 184 186 190= 191= 192= 193 200 204 206 207 208 220 221 222 230 = = = = = = = = = = = = = = ’AWWA-C106’ ’AWWA-C110’ ’AWWA-C115’ ’AWWA-C151’

’AWWA-C207 Cl.B & D, ring’ [Steel slip-on flanges CL86, CL150, CL175 ||] ’AWWA-C207 Cl.B & D, hub’ [Steel slip-on flanges CL86, CL150, CL175 ||] ’AWWA-C207 Cl.E, hub’ [Steel slip-on flanges CL275 ||] ’AWWA-C208’ [Steel Water Pipe Fittings] ’AWWA-C500’ [Gate Valves 3"-48" for Water and Sewage Systems] ’AWWA-C504’ [Rubber Seated Butterfly Valves] ’AWWA-C506’ [Backflow Prevention Devices-Check Valves] ’AWWA-C507’ [Ball Valves] ’AWWA-C508’ [Swing Check Valves for Water Works Service 2"-24"] ’AWWA-C900’ [PVC Pipe 4"-12" for Water] ’AWWA-C901’ [Polyethylene Pipe, Tubing and Fittings 1/2"-3" for Water] ’AWWA-C902’ [Polybutylene Pipe, Tubing and Fittings 1/2"-3" for Water] ’AWWA-C950’ [Glass-Fiber Reinforced Pressure Pipe]

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235 = ’PFI-ES-24’ 243 = ’ISA-S75.03’ 244 = ’ISA-S75.04’ 252 253 254 255 268 277 278 282 285 288 289 290 291 293 295 297 = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = ’MSS-SP-42’ ’MSS-SP-43’ ’MSS-SP-44’ ’MSS-SP-51’ ’MSS-SP-58’ ’MSS-SP-67’ ’MSS-SP-68’ ’MSS-SP-72’ ’MSS-SP-75’ ’MSS-SP-78’ ’MSS-SP-79’ ’MSS-SP-80’ ’MSS-SP-81’ ’MSS-SP-83’ ’MSS-SP-88’ ’MSS-SP-95’ [Pipe Bending Tolerances ||] [Face to Face Dimensions Globe Control Valves] [Face to Face Dimensions Flangeless Control Valves] [CL150 Valves ||] [Stainless Steel Buttwelding Fittings] [Steel Pipe Line Flanges ||] [CL150LW Cast Flanges and Flanged Fittings] [Pipe Hangers and Supports] [Butterfly Valves] [High Pressure-Offset Seat Butterfly Valves] [Ball Valves with Flanged or Beveled Ends] [Wrought Beveled End Fittings] [Cast Iron Plug Valves] [Socketwelding Reducing Inserts] [Bronze Gate, Globe, Angle & Check Valves] [Flanged, Wafer Knife Gate Valves] [Carbon Steel Socketwelded and Threaded Pipe Unions ||] [Diaphragm Valves] [Swage Nipples and Bull Plugs ||]

298 = ’NFPA-1963’ [Screw Threads and Gaskets for Fire Hose connections] 300 = ’ASME BPE-97’ [Geometry standards that follow apply to specific manufacturers. If one of these standards is used to define a component, the following information will be shown in brackets to the right of the geometry standard: o For valves: the applicable model codes and vendor’s designations o For fittings: the applicable model codes will be shown unless the vendor’s designation is required to differentiate between components requiring a different geometry standard to assign them to the proper data table. 1000 = ’Adamson 1’ 1001 = ’Adams 1’ 1025 = ’Aitken 1’ [BLPAD; BLSPA; TDRA; TDRB; TDRBW ||] 1026 = ’Aitken Z1’ [BLPAD; BLSPA - with 0.125" CA ||] 1027 = ’Aitken Z2’ [BLPAD; BLSPA - with 0.25" CA ||] 1050 = ’Allied Pipe Products 1’ 1075 = ’Aldo Colombo 1’ 1100 = ’Aloyco 1’ [GATR-Fig_114; GATR-Fig_114DB; GATR-Fig_114EB; GATR-Fig_124; GATR-Fig_2214A; GLOR-Fig_2310A; GLOR-Fig_2314A; GLOR-Fig_314; GLOR-Fig_314DB; GLOR-Fig_314EB; GLOR-Fig_504; CKLR-Fig_554; CKLR-Fig_2554A; CKSR-Fig_2374; CKSR-Fig_374; TKDR-Fig_751 ||] 1101 = ’Aloyco 2’ [GATR-Fig_2110; GATR-Fig_2114 ||] 1125 = ’American Darling 1’ [H3W1-Fig_B-50-B ||] 1130 = ’American DI Pipe’ [PIPE; L; LRB ||] 1150 = ’American Valve 1’ 1175 = ’Amri 1’ 1200 = ’Anaconda 1’ 1225 = ’Anderson Greenwood 1’ 1250 = ’Anvil 1’ 1275 = ’A.O.Smith 1’ 1300 = ’Apollo 1’ 1325 = ’Argus 1’ 1350 = ’Armstrong 1’ [S51AC-Fig_K1SC; S70AC-Fig_2011; S70BC-Fig_2011 ||] 1375 = ’Asahi/American 1’ 1400 1425 1450 1475 = = = = ’Babbitt 1’ ’Babcock and Wilcox 1’ ’Badger Meters 1’ ’Bailey Co 1’

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1500 1525 1550 1560 1575 = ’Balon 1’ = ’Basic Engineering 1’ = ’Bestobel 1’ = ’Bete 1’ [SSP1-Series_N ||] = ’Bonney Forge 1’ [GAT-Fig_9HLF-10; GATR-Fig_9H-10; GATR-Fig_9W-10; GATEXB-Fig_VLL-10; GATEXB-Fig_VOLL-10; GLOR-Fig_HL-30; GLOR-Fig_9HL-30; GLOR-Fig_9WL-30; CKLR-Fig_9HL-40; CKLR-Fig_9HL-50; CKLR-Fig_9HL-60; CKLR-Fig_9WL-40; CKLR-Fig_9WL-50; CKLR-Fig_9WL-60; CKLR-Fig_HL-40; CKLR-Fig_9HLF-40; CKLRY-Fig_9Y-40; CKLRY-Fig_25Y-40; CAPOT; UN; L; LRB; SWOL; WOL; SOL; TOL; NOL; EOLLR; EOLSR; LOL ||] = ’Bonney Forge 2’ [GATR-Fig_9H-10; GATR-Fig_25W-10; GLOR-Fig_9HL-30; GLOR-Fig_9WL-30; GLOR-Fig_25W-30; GLOY-Fig_25Y-30; CKLR-Fig_9HL-40; CKLR-Fig_9HL-50; CKLR-Fig_9HL-60; CKLR-Fig_9WL-40; CKLR-Fig_9WL-50; CKLR-Fig_9WL-60 ||] = ’Bonney Forge 3’ [GATF-Fig_H-10; GATF-Fig_W-10; GATR-Fig_HL-10; GATR-Fig_WL-10; CKLR-Fig_HL-40; CKLR-Fig_WL-40 ||] = ’Boots & Coots 1’ [MN1-Spectrum_Allpha_6235 ||] = ’Bray 1’ = ’Brooks Meters 1’

General Comments

F. Codelists

1576

1577 1585 1590 1600 1625 1650 1675 1700 1725 1750 1775 1800 1825 1850 1875 1900

= ’Cameron 1’ = ’Carbone 1’ = ’Ciba-Geigy 1’ = ’Clark Reliance 1’ = ’Clayton Automatic Valves 1’ [CKBP-Model_D; FLO-Series_427-01 ||] = ’Clayton Mark 1’ = ’Clow 1’ = ’Cochrane 1’ = ’Condren 1’ = ’Continental Emsco 1’ = ’Cooper Valve 1’ = ’Crane 1’ [GATF-Fig_3904U; GATR-Fig_424; GATR-Fig_431UB; BALR-Fig_9302; GLOF-Fig_3944U; GLOR-Fig_14 1/2P; GLOR-Fig_70; GLOY-Fig_7189; NEE-Fig_88; CKS-Fig_373;CKLF-Fig_3973U; CKSR-Fig_36; CKSR-Fig_137; FOOT-Fig_394; FOOT-Fig_395; FLWN; FSO; L; LRB ||] 1925 = ’Crosby 1’ 1950 1975 2000 2025 2050 2075 2100 2150 2155 2175 2200 2225 2250 2275 2300 2325 2350 2375 2400 2425 2450 2475 2500 2525 2550 = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = ’Daniel 1’ ’Demco 1’ ’Dezurik 1’ ’Dixon 1’ ’Dresser 1’ ’Dover 1’ ’DOW 1’ [TRI-Lining_SL; TRI-Lining_PPL, TRI-Lining_KL ||] ’Duo Seal 1’ ’Dur-O-Lock 1’ [CPL ||] ’Durco 1’ ’Elkhart 1’ ’Enpro 1’ ’Epsco 1’ ’Everest 1’ ’Fabri-Valve 1’ [KNF-Fig_36 ||] ’Fairbanks 1’ ’Fasani 1’ ’Fetterolf 1’ ’Fibercast 1’ ’Fike 1’ ’Fisher 1’ ’Flexitallic 1’ ’Flowline 1’ ’FMC 1’ ’Foxboro 1’

605

BAL3W-Style_AM150FD. CAPOT. M451. E90RST. SSP-Mulsifyre-Projector ||] ’Grove 1’ ’Gulf 1’ ’Hammond 1’ ’Hancock 1’ [BDA-Fig_5505W ||] ’Haws 1’ [SSEW1-Fig_8309. TOUB. CKST-Fig_160S ||] 3625 = ’Marlin 1’ 606 . TOUR ||] ’Grinnell Fire Prot 1’ [DEL-Model_A-4. BFYLP-Series_LT. GATSP-Fig_55515. GLOSP-Fig_56009. CKSSP-Fig_58809-5-WE. E90. GATSP-Fig_55509. BYFLP-Series_504 ||] 3550 = ’Mark Controls/Flowseal 1’ [BFYHP-Style_1LB ||] 3575 = ’Mark Controls/Marpac 1’ 3600 = ’Mark Controls/Pacific 1’ [GATSP-Fig_21555. GLOSP-Fig_56015. BALSP-Type_530S. CKSSP-Fig_58815-7-WE. SSEW1-Fig 8309CRP ||] ’Heaton 1’ ’Hex 1’ ’Hindle-Hamer 1’ ’Hitachi 1’ ’Hoke 1’ ’Hydril 1’ 2950 = ’Imperial Eastman 1’ 2975 = ’Ishida 1’ 2980 = ’ITT 1’ 3000 = ’Jacoby Tarbox 1’ 3025 = ’Jamesbury 1’ [BALR-Style_B. M452. BALR-Type_4000 ||] 3050 = ’Jenkins 1’ 3075 = ’Jerguson 1’ 3100 = ’Judd Valve 1’ 3125 3150 3175 3200 3225 3250 3275 3300 3325 3350 3375 3400 3425 3445 3450 3475 3500 3525 = = = = = = = = = = = = = ’Kamyr-Neles 1’ ’Kemp 1’ ’Kennedy 1’ ’Keystone 1’ ’Kinka Kikai 1’ ’Kitz 1’ ’KTM 1’ ’Kubota 1’ ’L & M Valve 1’ ’Ladish 1’ [CAPOT. L ||] ’Graylock 1’ ’Grinnell 1’ [BALR-Fig_3022. E45U._ _______________ PDS Piping Component Data . E45. LRB ||] ’Lamons 1’ ’Lukens 1’ ’Lunkenheimer 1’ = ’Mac-Iron 1’ = ’Magnetrol 1’ = ’Malbranque 1’ = ’Maloney 1’ = ’Mark Controls/Centerline 1’ [BFYLP-Series_A. BAL3W-Style_DM150FD ||] 3026 = ’Jamesbury 2’ [BALR-Style_A ||] 3027 = ’Jamesbury 3’ [BALR-Type_2000_Brass ||] 3028 = ’Jamesbury 4’ [BALF-Type_4000. UNO. L.April 2002 2575 2600 2625 2650 2660 2675 2700 2715 2725 2750 2775 2800 2825 2850 2860 2875 2900 2915 2925 = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = ’Garlok 1’ ’General 1’ ’Geosource 1’ ’Gestra 1’ ’Gladding McBean 1’ [REDC.

CKYST-Fig_602Y._ _______________ Appendix F: 3650 3675 3700 3725 3750 3775 = ’Marwin 1’ = ’Masoneilan 1’ = ’Media 1’ [BFYLP] = ’Milwaukee 1’ = ’Mueller/Muessco Brass 1’ = ’Mueller/Muessco Steam Specialty 1’ [S51AC-Fig_761WE. PLU3W-Fig_5215. CKAST-Fig_605Y. PLU3W-Fig_4813. HOSA-No_18-157. CAPOT. S51AC-Fig_862BC. CKLRY-Fig_36178. CKAST-Fig_607Y. Groundhog ||] ’Premafu 1’ ’Protectoseal 1’ 4426 4427 4450 4475 4500 4520 4522 4525 4550 4575 4600 4625 = ’R & G Sloane’ [BALF-Fig_1081. GLOY-Fig_36124. CKAST-Fig_303. GLOYR-Fig_848. PLU3W-Fig_3813. FS. PLU4W-Fig_5125. GATEX-Fig_876 607 . GATR-Fig_800. GATF-Fig_5870. GLOYR-Fig_1048Y. GATEX-Fig_811 & 812 MPE/THD. CKYST-Fig_302. GLOYR-Fig_1048. PLU3W-Fig_5115. INSR1] = ’Resistoflex 1’ [PIN-Code_R6000D1 ||] = ’Ring-O 1’ = ’Rockwell 1’ [DIA-Type_STD_Unlined ||] = ’Rockwell/Edwards 1’ [GLOA-Fig_849. CKLRY-Fig_36278. GLOYR-Fig_848Y. PLU3W-Fig_4812. PLU4W-Fig_5129 ||] = ’R P & C 1’ = ’Sarco 1’ = ’Saunders 1’ = ’Sella 1’ = ’Serck Audco 1’ = ’Serfilco 1’ = ’Shoritsu 1’ = ’Smith 1’ [GATF-Fig_888. GLOA-Fig_849Y. PLU4W-Fig_4822. S51AC-Fig_762 ||] = = = = = = = ’Navco 1’ ’Nells 1’ ’Newco 1’ ’Nibco 1’ ’Nicholson 1’ [S78AC-Fig_N302L ||] ’Nippon-Benkan 1’ [BW fittings above 48" ||] ’Nupro 1’ 3800 3825 3850 3860 3875 3900 3925 General Comments F. PLU3W-Fig_5219. CKST-Fig_302. HRST1-No_30-333 ||] ’Powell 1’ ’Pratt 1’ [BFYLP-Model_PIVA & IBV-FM4. CKAST-Fig_869. BFYHP-Model A11 ||] ’Powhatan 1’ [HOS-No_18-217. CKLRY-Fig_1032Y. PLU4W-Fig_3823. CKAST-Fig_869Y. PLU3W-Fig_5119. BDA-Fig_1643Y ||] = ’Rockwell/Edwards 3’ [GLOY-Fig_7514Y ||] = ’Rockwell/McCanna 1’ [BAL3W-Type_500-3WAY ||] = ’Rockwell/Nordstorm 1’ [PLUVP-Fig_4169. GLOY-Fig_36128. BDY-Fig_1641. CKST-Fig_302Y. NEE-Fig_4152. Codelists 3950 = ’OPW 1’ 3975 = ’Orbit 1’ 4000 = ’Oseco 1’ 4025 4030 4050 4075 4100 4125 4150 4175 4200 4225 4250 4275 4300 4325 4335 4350 4375 4400 4425 = = = = = = = = = = = = = = ’Pan Korea 1’ ’Parker CPI 1’ ’Parks Cramer 1’ ’Peabody Dore 1’ ’Penberthy 1’ ’Penn-AirCheck 1’ ’Persta 1’ ’Petrolvalves 1’ ’Posi-Seal 1’ [BFYHP-Model A31. GATR-Fig_1500. ||] = ’Rockwell/Edwards 2’ [CKLRY-Fig_832Y. CKAST-Fig_303Y. GATR-Fig_1570. GATR-Fig_870. BFYHP-Model A21.

CKLR-Fig_B80. Rev 1957’ [L.April 2002 4626 4650 4675 4700 4725 4750 4751 4752 4753 4775 4800 4825 4850 4875 4900 4901 4925 4950 4975 5000 5025 5050 5060 5075 5085 5100 5125 5150 5175 5200 5225 5250 5275 5300 5325 5350 5375 & 877 MPE/THD. GLOR-Series_15141. BDY-Fig_6911-C. ME1-Fig B22999 ||] = ’Stang Hydronics 3’ [ME1-Fig_BB3561 composite. GATXBA-Fig_874 & 875 OLET/SW. GATEX-Fig_878 & 879 MPE/SW ||] = ’Spraying Systems 1’ = ’Spirax Sarco 1’ = ’Stanco 1’ = ’Standard Fittings 1’ [CAPOT. GATXBB-Fig_874 & 875 OLET/THD. CAPBV. NEE-Series_SW22461. GLOR-Fig_G80. CKLR-Series_15701. GLOR-Fig_G150. NEE-Series_22461. FOWNA. SAD ||] ’Tufline 1’ ’Tyler 1’ [CPL. CKLR-Fig_C150. w/monitor nozzle ||] = ’Stang Hydronics 4’ [ME1-Fig_BB3377 composite. E90LT. L ||] = ’Wada 1’ = ’Wallworth 1’ = ’Watts Regulator 1’ = ’Weco 1’ = ’WFI 1’ = ’Winston 1’ [S49AC-T-Strainer Type-59 W/flg’d cover. CKAR-Fig_5302. S53AC-Basket-Strainer51-WIP W/CL150 flg’d cover & 3/4" SWE drain||] = ’Wirt & Knox 1’ = ’WKM 1’ = ’Worcester 1’ 5400 5425 5450 5475 5500 5525 Fig 5535 5550 5575 5600 = ’Yarway 1’ [CKAR-Fig_5301. CAPOT. L ||] = ’Valvotecnic 1’ = ’Vanessa 1’ = ’Velan 1’ [S3AC-Fig_N675 ||] = ’Victaulic 1’ = ’Viking 1’ = ’Vitas 1’ = ’Vogt 1’ [GATR-Series_15373. w/monitor nozzle ||] = ’Stockham 1’ = ’Strahman 1’ = ’Swagelok 1’ = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = ’Tapco 1’ ’Taylor 1’ ’Taylor Forge 1’ ’Taylor Forge 2. SWGC. FEWN. E90ST. E45LT. E903D. CKLR-Fig_C80. GLOR-Fig_G157. CKLR-Fig_SC80 ||] = ’Smith 2’ [GATEX-Fig_813 & 814 MPE/SW. E90LT. E90U. SWGE ||] = ’Stang Hydronics 1’ [M1-Fig BB0309-21 w/shapertip nozzle. REDC. GLOR-Fig_G87. CKLR-Fig_SB80. S-STD WT ||] ’Teledyne Farris 1’ ’Texas Bolt 1’ ’Thevignot 1’ ’Titeflex 1’ ’TK 1’ ’TKM 1’ [GAT-Fig_100 ||] ’Top Line 1’ ’Triangle 1’ ’Tri-Clover 1’ ’Truflo 1’ ’TRW/Mission 1’ [||] ’Tubeturn 1’ [FWN. ME1-Fig BB3561 ||] = ’Stang Hydronics 2’ [M1-Fig_BB0309-21 w/fog nozzle. FOWNB._ _______________ PDS Piping Component Data . TKDR-Fig_8106 ||] 5625 = ’Yoneki 1’ 608 . GATEXB-Fig_874 & 875 OLET/THD. BDA-Fig_6909-C. E453D. UN. L.

_ _______________ Appendix F: 5650 = ’Zurn 1’ o European practices 1 (DIN) General 7000 = 7001 = 7002 = Pipes 7010 7011 7012 7013 7014 7015 7016 7017 7018 7019 7020 = = = = = = = = = = = ’DIN ’DIN ’DIN ’DIN ’DIN ’DIN ’DIN ’DIN ’DIN ’DIN ’DIN 2448’ 2458’ 2440’ 2441’ 2442’ 2445’ 2460’ 2462’ 2463’ 2391’ 2393’ . nominal’ ’DIN 2401-2 Pressure. PN 320 .Welding neck flange PN 6 .Pipes of unplasticized polyvinyl chlor.Oval screwed flange w/ socket PN 10.Cast steel flanges.Seamless steel pipes. PN 40 .Threaded pipes.Cast iron flanges.Seamless ferritic steel pipes .Welding neck flange PN 1 .5 .16 .Cast steel flanges.Seamless precision steel tubes .Cast iron flanges.Cast steel flanges. PN 64 .Welding neck flange PN 10 . seamless . load . PN 400 .Threaded pipes.Flanged lined enamelled pipes . heavy weight .Cast iron flanges.Flanged lined pipes . .Plain face oval screwed flange PN 6 .Screwed flange PN 10. PN 100 .Welding neck flange PN 64 609 .Cast steel flanges. PN 6 .Screwed flange PN 100 . nominal’ ’DIN 2402 Diameter. PN 16 .Cast iron flanges. PN 25 .Seamless austenitic steel pipes . PN 160 .dyn.40 .Steel pipes for water . qualty . PN 25 . PN 2.Seamless stainless steel tubes . spec. PN 16 . PN 10 .Screwed flange PN 64 .Cast steel flanges.Cast steel flanges.Welded austenitic steel pipes and tubes . medium weight . welded .Cast iron flanges.Cast steel flanges. PN 40 .Polypropylen (PP) pipes Specifications ’DIN 2401-1 Pressure.Steel pipes.Welding neck flange PN 25 .Welded precision steel tubes .Screwed flange PN 6 rund .Steel pipes.Cast steel flanges.Welding neck flange PN 16 .Welding neck flange PN 40 .Threaded pipes.Cast iron flanges.nominal’ 7000-11999 General Comments F.16 . PN 250 . Codelists 7025 = ’DIN 2848’ 7026 = ’DIN 2873’ 7030 = ’DIN 2462’ 7031 = ’DIN 2463’ 7040 = ’DIN 8062’ 7041 = ’DIN 8077’ Flanges 7100 = 7101 = 7102 = 7103 = 7104 = 7105 = 7106 = 7107 = 7108 = 7109 = 7110 = 7111 = 7112 = 7113 = 7114 = 7115 = 7116 = 7117 = 7118 = 7119 = 7120 = 7121 = 7122 = 7123 = 7124 = 7125 = 7126 = 7127 = 7128 = ’DIN ’DIN ’DIN ’DIN ’DIN ’DIN ’DIN ’DIN ’DIN ’DIN ’DIN ’DIN ’DIN ’DIN ’DIN ’DIN ’DIN ’DIN ’DIN ’DIN ’DIN ’DIN ’DIN ’DIN ’DIN ’DIN ’DIN ’DIN ’DIN 2530’ 2531’ 2532’ 2533’ 2534’ 2535’ 2543’ 2544’ 2545’ 2546’ 2547’ 2548’ 2549’ 2550’ 2551’ 2558’ 2561’ 2565’ 2566’ 2567’ 2568’ 2569’ 2630’ 2631’ 2632’ 2633’ 2634’ 2635’ 2636’ .Screwed flange PN 25.Cast steel flanges.

85 2. reduced . .Welding neck flange PN 400 .Elbows. lined . Bushings 610 . Reducing sockets . lapped. reducers .Flange.Elbows. plain collar PN 40 . lapped. W1.part 10 2616’ 2990’ 2988’ 2950’ 2950’ .5d. standard 12.Reducing and blind flanges.B2 . .W4. standard 12.Flange. Reducing sockets . Bushings . standard 12. plain collar PN 10 .Flanges.April 2002 7129 7130 7131 7132 7133 7134 7135 7136 7137 7138 7139 7140 7141 7142 7143 7144 7145 7146 7147 7148 7149 7150 7160 7161 7162 = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = ’DIN ’DIN ’DIN ’DIN ’DIN ’DIN ’DIN ’DIN ’DIN ’DIN ’DIN ’DIN ’DIN ’DIN ’DIN ’DIN ’DIN ’DIN ’DIN ’DIN ’DIN ’DIN ’DIN ’DIN ’DIN 2637’ 2638’ 2628’ 2629’ 2627’ 2673’ 2667’ 2668’ 2669’ 2573’ 2576’ 2641’ 2642’ 2652’ 2653’ 2655’ 2656’ 2501’ 2512’ 2512’ 2513’ 2514’ 2527’ 2848’ 2873’ .Elbows.Welding neck flange PN 160 .Loose flange w/ wldg neck PN 320 . Bends .Elbows.85 5d.Tube bends f.Elbows.Polypropylen (PP) components. plain collar PN 6 .Elbows.Malleable cast iron fittings.Elb.W3.Flanges.part 6 .Flange.Projection w/ groove & recess . standard 12. standard 12. steel 5d .Threaded steel pipe fittings. lapped..100 .85 10d.64. soldering or wldg PN 10 . upturned wldg PN 10 . . lapped.Elbows.& wld pipes .5d. Bends .Elbows.Reducing flanges.85 2.Flange.Flange.Polypropylen (PP) components.Welding neck flange PN 250 ._ _______________ PDS Piping Component Data . tongue & groove . standard 12.Welding neck flange PN 100 .Bending radii.Loose flange w/ wldg neck PN 250 . male and female connections. . elbows .W2. standard 12. elbows.85 1d.Flange. Dimensions . projection & recess .5d.Flange. butt wldg .Flanges.10.16. Pipe bends B1.Loose flange w/ wldg neck PN 10 . .Rings .Slip-on flange. seaml. soldering or wldg PN 6 .Elb.85 1.Welding neck flange PN 320 .Elbows.40. standard 12. standard 12. blind PN 6. lapped.5d.Threaded steel pipe fittings.25. .Malleable cast iron fittings. . enamelled Elbows 7200 = 7201 = 7202 = 7203 = 7204 = 7205 = 7206 = 7210 7211 7212 7213 7214 7215 7216 7217 7218 7219 = = = = = = = = = = ’DIN ’DIN ’DIN ’DIN ’DIN ’DIN ’DIN ’DIN ’DIN ’DIN ’DIN ’DIN ’DIN ’DIN ’DIN ’DIN ’DIN 2605’ 2606’ 2916’ 2983’ 2987’ 2987’ 2950’ 2605-1’ 2605-1’ 2605-1’ 2605-1’ 2605-1’ 2605-2’ 2605-2’ 2605-2’ 2605-2’ 2605-2’ .Flanged lined steel fittings. standard 12.Flanged steel fittings enamelled.85 5d. plain collar PN 25 .Threaded steel pipe fittings.Tube bends. . bend bend bend bend bend bend bend bend bend bend radius radius radius radius radius radius radius radius radius radius 1d.Threaded steel pipe fittings.85 10d.Polypropylen (PP) components.Flange." .Steel fittings. plain collar PN 6 .85 1.Elbows. .Loose flange w/ wldg neck PN 160 .85 7230 = ’DIN 2848’ 7231 = ’DIN 2873’ 7240 = ’DIN 16962’ 7241 = ’DIN 16962’ 7242 = ’DIN 16962’ Reducers 7300 = ’DIN 7301 = ’DIN 7302 = ’DIN 7303 = ’DIN 7304 = ’DIN . . bends .Threaded steel pipe fittings. elbows .

Pipe unions 7610 = ’DIN 2950’ . components.T .Malleable cast iron fittings.Rings for grooved faces .Welding saddles.Malleable cast iron fittings. spacers .Polypropylen (PP) components. spacers 7620 = ’DIN 16962’ 7630 = ’DIN 2848’ 7631 = ’DIN 2873’ Bolts and Nuts 8000 = ’DIN 934’ 8001 = ’DIN 931’ Gaskets 8100 = 8101 = 8102 = 8103 = 8104 = 8105 = 8106 = 8107 = ’DIN ’DIN ’DIN ’DIN ’DIN ’DIN ’DIN ’DIN 2690’ 2691’ 2692’ 2693’ 2695’ 2696’ 2697’ 2698’ .Flanged lined steel fittings. components. Cap K1.Threaded steel fittings.Gasket for tongue & groove .Flanged lined steel fittings.Threaded steel steel steel steel steel steel steel fittings with long screw thread fittings.Threaded .rings .Nipples. Red.redcd . Parallel Nipples fittings. p. T . Soc.Flanged lined steel fittings. short .Malleable cast iron fittings.Polypropylen .Diaphragm . Tees. Taper Nipples fittings. part 8 . Crosses . part 10 7410 = ’DIN 2848’ 7411 = ’DIN 2873’ 7420 7421 7422 7423 = = = = ’DIN ’DIN ’DIN ’DIN 16962’ 16962’ 16962’ 16962’ Caps 7500 = ’DIN 2617’ 7501 = ’DIN 2991’ 7502 = ’DIN 2950’ 7510 = ’DIN 16962’ 7511 = ’DIN 16962’ Other 7600 7601 7602 7603 7604 7605 7606 fittings = ’DIN 2981’ = ’DIN 2982’ = ’DIN 2982’ = ’DIN 2986’ = ’DIN 2990’ = ’DIN 2991’ = ’DIN 2993’ . components.Corrugated steel sheet 611 . Unions. .T. Caps . part 11 Branches 7400 = ’DIN 7401 = ’DIN 7402 = ’DIN 7403 = ’DIN 7404 = ’DIN 7405 = ’DIN 7406 = ’DIN General Comments F. T . components. part 7 T3. 8 .Threaded steel fittings.Threaded steel fittings. Red.T5 part 2 T2.Threaded . components. Sockets fittings.Threaded . Caps .Polypropylen . Tee.Gasket for plain face C .Grooved O. part 7 T2G.Polypropylen (PP) components.Polypropylen . Cap K2. Codelists 2615’ 2618’ 2618’ 2619’ 2987’ 2987’ 2950’ .Bends for welding . part 10 R3. Tee.Polypropylen (PP) (PP) (PP) (PP) components. Hexagon Nipples fittings.Flanged steel fittings enamelled.Polypropylen .Butt wldg steel fittings.Polypropylen . part 9 NRGI. Plain plugs fittings. part 9 R2.cross. Red.Polypropylen .Gasket for recessed faces . Red. Reducers . Tee.MGI.T .Butt wldg steel fittings. Sockets. Plugs etc.cross. Caps .Polypropylen (PP) (PP) (PP) (PP) components. components.Polypropylen (PP) components.Threaded .Threaded . long . T1.Lenticular gaskets . R1. . M1.Threaded . Reducers . part 10 .Flanged steel fittings enamelled. Tee.Welding saddles.Flanged lined steel fittings enamelled._ _______________ Appendix F: 7310 = ’DIN 2848’ 7311 = ’DIN 2873’ 7320 7321 7322 7323 = = = = ’DIN ’DIN ’DIN ’DIN 16962’ 16962’ 16962’ 16962’ .

Teil 4 ._ _______________ PDS Piping Component Data .valves and fittings’ 12101 = ’BS4504 p1 iron flanges for pipe. Teil 5 Dummy standard 9999 = ’Dummy DIN Std’ .4 and 5 light. Used for engineered items and instruments British Standards geometry standards 12000-16999 sub ranges (provisional) :12000-12099 pipes 12100-12199 flanges 12200-12599 fittings 12600-12999 valves 13000-13199 bolts 13200-13499 gaskets PIPES 12000 12001 12002 12003 12004 = = = = = ’BS3600 ’BS3600 ’BS3600 ’BS3600 ’BS3600 table table table table table 1 2 3 4 5 carbon and low alloy steel tubes’ austenitic stainless steel tubes’ high alloy ferritic steel tubes’ cs tubes for compression fitting .valves and fittings . Teil 1 .tbi’ 12110 = ’BS1560 p2 steel pipe flanges Metric dimensions’ FITTINGS 12200 12210 12220 12221 12230 VALVES 12600 12620 12625 12630 12635 12640 12645 12646 12650 12651 12655 12656 = = = = = = = = = = = = ’BS2080 flanged ’BS5150’ ’BS5151’ ’BS5152’ ’BS5153’ ’BS5154’ ’BS5155’ ’BS5155 and app ’BS5156’ ’BS5156 and app ’BS5157’ ’BS5157 and app and butt-welded steel valves’ = = = = = ’BS1740 ’BS1965 ’BS3799 ’BS3799 ’BS1640 part 1 screwed wrought steel pipe fittings ’ part 1 butt welding pipe fittings .medium and heavy’ 12015 = ’BS1600 part 2 steel pipe for petroleum industry’ FLANGES 12100 = ’BS4504 p1 steel flanges for pipe.tbi’ ss tubes for compression fitting . Teil 2 .tbi’ 12010 = ’BS1387 tables 3. Teil 3 .CS’ steel pipe fittings screwed and socket welding (mm)’ steel pipe fittings screwed and socket welding (in)’ part 3/4 steel butt-welding pipe fittings ’ A’ A’ A’ 612 .April 2002 Valves 9000 = 9010 = 9020 = 9030 = 9040 = 9050 = ’Non ’DIN ’DIN ’DIN ’DIN ’DIN conform 3202-F’ 3202-S’ 3202-K’ 3202-M’ 3202-F’ DIN 3202’ .

7’ [Cast iron drainage fittings] [Cast bronze fittings] [Copper solder joint pressure fittings] [Copper solder joint drainage fittings] [Bronze flanges] [Orifice flanges] [Ductile iron flanges and fittings] [Dryseal pipe threads] [Hose coupling screw threads] 40 = ’ASME BPE-97 (PE)’ 41 = ’ASME BPE-97 (MCE)’ 45 = ’ASTM-A74’ 46 = ’ASTM-C76’ 47 = ’ASTM-C700’ [Cast iron S-XH soil pipe and fittings] [Reinforced Concrete Culvert.non-metallic for BS4504 flanges’ 13002 = ’BS4865:part 2 . Codelists CL576.20. Storm Drain and Sewer Pipe] [Extra Strength and Standard Strength Clay Pipe and Perforated Clay Pipe] 613 .15’ ’ANSI-B16. etc.) 500-599 o Company practices 900-999 1 = [Blank] US Practice Table Suffixes.20. 300-399 o International practices 1 (JIS) 400-499 o International practices 2 (Australian.36’ ’ANSI-B16. 2-99 5 = ’Default’ [See below for definition] 6 = ’PDS-1’ [See specific table for details] 7 = ’PDS-2’ [See specific table for details] 8 = ’PDS-3’ [See specific table for details] 10 = ’ID Duct’ [Nominal diameter based on inside diameter] 12 15 22 23 24 29 30 33 37 = = = = = = = = = ’ANSI-B16. Table Suffix/End Standard .Green (999) NOTE: Codelist numbers have been reserved as follows: o US practices 2-99 o European practices 1 (DIN) 100-199 o European practices 2 (British) 200-299 o European practices 3 (Finnish.23’ ’ANSI-B16. etc.12’ ’ANSI-B16.3’ ’ANSI-B1.42’ ’ANSI-B1.spiral wound for BS1560 flanges’ bolting 13200 = ’BS4882 metric series bolting’ 13210 = ’BS4882 inch series bolting’ dummy 13999 = ’dummy BS code’ General Comments F.24’ ’ANSI-B16.22’ ’ANSI-B16.spiral wound for BS4504 flanges’ 13010 = ’BS3381 ._ _______________ Appendix F: 12660 12661 12665 12666 12670 12671 = = = = = = ’BS5158’ ’BS5158 and app A’ ’BS5159’ ’BS5159 and app A’ ’BS5160’ ’BS5160 and app A’ gaskets 13001 = ’BS4865:part 1 . French.

. CL175] 61 = ’AWWA-C207 Cl..5 Raised-face flanged....B & D.5 with stub end thickness ignored..5 Flat-face lap-flanged.ANSI-B16.ANSI-B16...1 or B16.......E..ANSI-B16............ANSI-B16.. RTJ-face lap-flanged.. CL150.. These are based on API-605 flange and bolt diameters and MSS-SP44 flange thicknesses] [MSS non-blind flanges] [MSS blind flanges] 49 50 55 60 = = = = ’Crosby’ ’Consolidated’ ’Lonergan’ ’Top Line’ ’Tube-Turn’ ’Dow’ ’Aloyco’ ’Yarway’ ’Teledyne Farris 1’ ’R & G Sloane’ ’American DI Pipe’ ’Gladding McBean’ [Vitrified clay S-XS pipe and fittings] ’Taylor Forge’ ’Vendor 4’ CL No.. which represents the basis on which most US-practice generic piping tables for dimensional parameters will bedefined. in this order of precedence RTJ-face flanged....5 with stub end thickness ignored.5 with stub end thickness ignored.ANSI-B16....ANSI-B16... CL150. ring’ [Steel slip-on flanges CL86........5 Groove/female-face flanged...... The basis for this table suffix will be as follows: End Termination Type Basis for Table Values Flat-face flanged....ANSI-B16.. 614 ......5.....5 Tongue/male-face flanged...... hub’ [Steel slip-on flanges CL275] 70 = ’API-5LE’ 75 = ’API-6A’ 79 = ’API-605-B’ 80 = ’MSS-SP-44-NB’ 81 = ’MSS-SP-44-B’ 85 86 87 88 90 91 92 93 94 95 96 97 98 99 = = = = = = = = = = = = = = [Polyethylene fittings] [Wellhead flanges and fittings] [API-605 blind flanges....5 with stub end thickness ignored..April 2002 ’AWWA-C110’ [Iron fittings] ’AWWA-C115’ [Iron pipe and fittings] ’AWWA-C151’ [Ductile iron pipe] ’AWWA-C207 Cl. API-605 or MSS-SP-42.ANSI-B16.........ANSI-B16. 5 is used to define the "Default for end type"......._ _______________ PDS Piping Component Data . B16. The system will default to table suffix "5" when dimensions from a male termination type table are required in defining the component but the component ends are other than male termination. hub’ [Steel slip-on flanges CL86.....1...... Raised-face lap-flanged........B & D.. Tongue/male-face lap-flanged. CL175] 62 = ’AWWA-C207 Cl.

.None Raised-face thru-bolted with cap screws.....................5.. in that order of precendence...... For sizes and ratings for which API-590 does not apply... the value of parameter "P" shall be taken from API-590.............For pressure ratings XXXX#s.......1....................... ANSI-B36-19M.Not applicable Nut.............5..................... per ANSI-B16........Forged steel.....11 and ANSI-B16.For pressure ratings XXXX#s. API-5LP.4 of 2630-33 Female grooved.. Female ferrule.11 and ANSI-B16..........ANSI-B36....None Flat-face thru-bolted with cap screws.None Flat-full-face thru-bolted.......... API-5L..DOW Male................... less one bolt diameter less 1/8 inch will be used for parameter "P".... API-605 or MSS-SP-42..._ _______________ Appendix F: Groove/female-face lap-flanged....... In all cases............... General Comments All thru-bolted......................... Mechanical joint bell...API-5LP.... for pressure ratings CLXXXXs and OTXXXXs............................. for pressure ratings CLXXXXs and OTXXXXs.4 of 2630-33 descriptions in the applicable generic tables.. per basis defined in the applicable generic tables........ Male RTJ-face thru-bolted with cap screws.For sizes and ratings for which API-590 applies........5 with stub end thickness ignored......4 of 2630-33 .................... API-5LS or API-5LU PVC & CPVC socket...................ANSI-B16........ thread engagement will be per Table 2........Not applicable User defined..........................10M........AWWA-C110 Gasket..... API-5LE..5..None o European practices 1 (DIN) 100-199 F...... the bolt circle diameter from ANSI-B16.None RTJ-face thru-bolted with cap screws.... per basis defined in the applicable generic tables............... In all cases.....Victaulic catalog G100E Female quick connect.............. thread engagement will be per Table 2......... ASTM-D2466 or ASTM-D2467 Socketwelded. Female hose...... Female threaded thread engagement per Table 2. per ANSI-B16.......... Codelists 615 ....Not applicable Bolt.. B16...

) 500-599 o Company practices 900-999 616 . Table Suffix/End Standard . etc. 300-399 o International practices 1 (JIS) 400-499 o International practices 2 (Australian._ _______________ PDS Piping Component Data .April 2002 Codelist numbers used for DIN European practice Generic dimension data select flag access starts here 105 = ’Gen blt & fem end prep dim’ 111 112 113 114 115 116 117 118 119 = = = = = = = = = ’Blt ’Blt ’Blt ’Blt ’Blt ’Blt ’Blt ’Blt ’Blt dim dim dim dim dim dim dim dim dim for for for for for for lap for for cast steel flanges’ cast iron flanges’ oval screwed flanges’ screwed flanges’ sold & weld flanges’ lap flanges’ flanges w/ plain collars’ loose flanges w/ weld neck’ loose flanges in enamelled componnents’ 125 = ’OD acc to DIN 2631 Reihe 1’ 126 = ’OD acc to DIN 2631 Reihe 2’ 129 = ’OD for plastic pipes’ 130 131 132 133 134 140 141 142 143 144 = = = = = = = = = = ’OD ’OD ’OD ’OD ’OD ’OD ’OD ’OD ’OD ’OD acc acc acc acc acc acc acc acc acc acc to to to to to to to to to to DIN DIN DIN DIN DIN DIN DIN DIN DIN DIN 2445-1 2445-1 2445-1 2445-1 2445-1 2445-2 2445-2 2445-2 2445-2 2445-2 PN PN PN PN PN PN PN PN PN PN 100’ 160’ 250’ 320’ 400’ 64-100’ 160’ 250’ 320’ 400’ 150 = ’OD acc to DIN 2391’ 160 = ’OD acc to DIN 2393’ 170 = ’OD acc to DIN 2440’ 171 = ’OD acc to DIN 2441’ 179 = ’OD for threaded components’ British Standards 205 = ’default metric’ 206 = ’default converted imperial’ 210 = ’plate flanges BS4504’ CL577. etc. French.Red (999) NOTE: Codelist numbers have been reserved as follows: o US practices 2-99 o European practices 1 (DIN) 100-199 o European practices 2 (British) 200-299 o European practices 3 (Finnish.

hub’ [Steel slip-on flanges CL86.42’ ’ANSI-B1.B & D.12’ ’ANSI-B16.36’ ’ANSI-B16. CL150. CL150. Storm Drain and Sewer Pipe] [Extra Strength and Standard Strength Clay Pipe and Perforated Clay Pipe] 49 50 55 60 ’AWWA-C110’ [Iron fittings] ’AWWA-C115’ [Iron pipe and fittings] ’AWWA-C151’ [Ductile iron pipe] ’AWWA-C207 Cl. ring’ [Steel slip-on flanges CL86. CL175] 62 = ’AWWA-C207 Cl. which represents the basis on which most US-practice generic piping tables for dimensional parameters will bedefined. These are based on API-605 flange and bolt diameters and MSS-SP44 flange thicknesses] [MSS non-blind flanges] [MSS blind flanges] = = = = ’Crosby’ ’Consolidated’ ’Lonergan’ ’Tube-Turn’ ’Dow’ ’Aloyco’ ’Yarway’ ’Teledyne Farris 1’ ’R & G Sloane’ ’American DI Pipe’ ’Gladding McBean’ [Vitrified clay S-XS pipe and fittings] ’Taylor Forge’ ’Vendor 4’ CL No. hub’ [Steel slip-on flanges CL275] 70 = ’API-5LE’ 75 = ’API-6A’ 79 = ’API-605-B’ 80 = ’MSS-SP-44-NB’ 81 = ’MSS-SP-44-B’ 85 86 87 90 91 92 93 94 95 96 97 98 99 = = = = = = = = = = = = = [Polyethylene fittings] [Wellhead flanges and fittings] [API-605 blind flanges. The system will default to table suffix "5" when dimensions from a male termination type 617 .3’ ’ANSI-B1.7’ [Cast iron drainage fittings] [Cast bronze fittings] [Copper solder joint pressure fittings] [Copper solder joint drainage fittings] [Bronze flanges] [Orifice flanges] [Ductile iron flanges and fittings] [Dryseal pipe threads] [Hose coupling screw threads] General Comments F. 2-99 5 = ’Default’ [See below for definition] 6 = ’PDS-1’ [See specific table for details] 7 = ’PDS-2’ [See specific table for details] 8 = ’PDS-3’ [See specific table for details] 10 = ’ID Duct’ [Nominal diameter based on inside diameter] 12 15 22 23 24 29 30 33 37 = = = = = = = = = ’ANSI-B16.20. CL175] 61 = ’AWWA-C207 Cl.24’ ’ANSI-B16.20._ _______________ Appendix F: 1 = [Blank] US Practice Table Suffixes.23’ ’ANSI-B16.E.B & D.15’ ’ANSI-B16. 5 is used to define the "Default for end type". Codelists 40 = ’ASME BPE-97 (PE)’ 41 = ’ASME BPE-97 (MCE)’ 45 = ’ASTM-A74’ 46 = ’ASTM-C76’ 47 = ’ASTM-C700’ [Cast iron S-XH soil pipe and fittings] [Reinforced Concrete Culvert.22’ ’ANSI-B16.

...April 2002 table are required in defining the component but the component ends are other than male termination.ANSI-B16.ANSI-B16.None Flat-full-face thru-bolted.5......5 with stub end thickness ignored.... API-5LE. per ANSI-B16..1........ per basis defined in the applicable generic tables....ANSI-B16....... Raised-face lap-flanged.. the bolt circle diameter from ANSI-B16.. Male RTJ-face thru-bolted with cap screws... ANSI-B36-19M......... All thru-bolted... for 618 ...... per basis defined in the applicable generic tables............... API-605 or MSS-SP-42.....................ANSI-B36...........ANSI-B16.5 with stub end thickness ignored........1 or B16....... The basis for this table suffix will be as follows: End Termination Type Basis for Table Values Flat-face flanged...... less one bolt diameter less 1/8 inch will be used for parameter "P".. in that order of precendence.........ANSI-B16......5 with stub end thickness ignored......5..5.For pressure ratings XXXX#s..5 with stub end thickness ignored.. for pressure ratings CLXXXXs and OTXXXXs........ Groove/female-face lap-flanged..........Forged steel. the value of parameter "P" shall be taken from API-590..ANSI-B16...........10M.. API-605 or MSS-SP-42.........4 of 2630-33 .ANSI-B16....... B16....11 and ANSI-B16.. RTJ-face lap-flanged........None RTJ-face thru-bolted with cap screws...... API-5L.1.5 Raised-face flanged.. Female threaded thread engagement per Table 2.......5 with stub end thickness ignored................................... Tongue/male-face lap-flanged.... API-5LP.. ASTM-D2466 or ASTM-D2467 Socketwelded... API-5LS or API-5LU PVC & CPVC socket...None Flat-face thru-bolted with cap screws..............5 Tongue/male-face flanged.. B16.. in this order of precedence RTJ-face flanged..........._ _______________ PDS Piping Component Data ..ANSI-B16..............None Raised-face thru-bolted with cap screws..ANSI-B16........5 Groove/female-face flanged.....5 Flat-face lap-flanged..For sizes and ratings for which API-590 applies.API-5LP.......... For sizes and ratings for which API-590 does not apply........DOW Male..............For pressure ratings XXXX#s....ANSI-B16.

In all cases................Victaulic catalog G100E Female quick connect.... Female hose................................. thread engagement will be per Table 2.............None o European practices 1 (DIN) Codelist numbers used for DIN European practice Generic dimension data select flag access starts here 105 = ’Gen blt & fem end prep dim’ 111 112 113 114 115 116 117 118 119 = = = = = = = = = ’Blt ’Blt ’Blt ’Blt ’Blt ’Blt ’Blt ’Blt ’Blt dim dim dim dim dim dim dim dim dim for for for for for for lap for for cast steel flanges’ cast iron flanges’ oval screwed flanges’ screwed flanges’ sold & weld flanges’ lap flanges’ flanges w/ plain collars’ loose flanges w/ weld neck’ loose flanges in enamelled componnents’ 100-199 General Comments pressure ratings CLXXXXs and OTXXXXs..........4 of 2630-33 F..................5........ Mechanical joint bell......Not applicable Bolt.._ _______________ Appendix F: Female grooved.Not applicable Nut....... Codelists 125 = ’OD acc to DIN 2631 Reihe 1’ 126 = ’OD acc to DIN 2631 Reihe 2’ 129 = ’OD for plastic pipes’ 130 131 132 133 134 140 141 142 143 144 = = = = = = = = = = ’OD ’OD ’OD ’OD ’OD ’OD ’OD ’OD ’OD ’OD acc acc acc acc acc acc acc acc acc acc to to to to to to to to to to DIN DIN DIN DIN DIN DIN DIN DIN DIN DIN 2445-1 2445-1 2445-1 2445-1 2445-1 2445-2 2445-2 2445-2 2445-2 2445-2 PN PN PN PN PN PN PN PN PN PN 100’ 160’ 250’ 320’ 400’ 64-100’ 160’ 250’ 320’ 400’ 150 = ’OD acc to DIN 2391’ 619 ........................4 of 2630-33 descriptions in the applicable generic tables..........Not applicable User defined...........AWWA-C110 Gasket.......... In all cases...... Female ferrule. thread engagement will be per Table 2. per ANSI-B16...................11 and ANSI-B16............

April 2002 160 = ’OD acc to DIN 2393’ 170 = ’OD acc to DIN 2440’ 171 = ’OD acc to DIN 2441’ 179 = ’OD for threaded components’ 181 182 183 184 185 191 192 193 194 195 = = = = = = = = = = ’Wallthickness ’Wallthickness ’Wallthickness ’Wallthickness ’Wallthickness ’Wallthickness ’Wallthickness ’Wallthickness ’Wallthickness ’Wallthickness Reihe Reihe Reihe Reihe Reihe 1’ 2’ 3’ 4’ 5’ 1’ 2’ 3’ 4’ 5’ selection selection selection selection selection British Standards 205 = ’default metric’ 206 = ’default converted imperial’ 210 = ’plate flanges BS4504’ CL578. Weight Code (399) NOTE: Codelist numbers 2-99 have been reserved for values that apply to US practices. low Cr alloy steel. copper. Inconel] 70 = ’555 pcf’ [Bronze._ _______________ PDS Piping Component Data . 2-99 9 = ’35 pcf’ [Vitrified clay] 10 = ’57 pcf’ [Polypropylene] 16 = ’88 pcf’ [PVC] 22 = ’97 pcf’ [CPVC] 28 = ’111 pcf’ [FRP. 1 = [Blank] US Practice Weight Codes. 101-199 101 = [Blank] 111 112 113 114 115 = = = = = ’Weight ’Weight ’Weight ’Weight ’Weight selection selection selection selection selection flag flag flag flag flag 1’ 2’ 3’ 4’ 5’ 620 . ductile iron] 48 = ’450 pcf’ [Double thk cement lining ductile iron] 52 = ’490 pcf’ [Carbon steel. nickel] 76 = ’570 pcf’ [Hastelloy] European Practice Weight Codes. Monel. Codelist numbers 100-399 have been reserved for values that apply to practices in other countries. Kynar] 30 = ’150 pcf’ [Reinforced concrete pipe] 34 = ’165 pcf’ [Aluminum] 40 = ’260 pcf’ [Titanium] 46 = ’450 pcf’ [Iron] 47 = ’450 pcf’ [Standard thk cement linin. stainless steel] 58 = ’490 pcf’ [Cement lined carbon steel] 64 = ’525 pcf’ [Brass.

to DIN 3202-F16] [Acc. to DIN 3202-F4/K4/M4] [Acc. to DIN 3202-F33/M33] [Acc. Nickel] [Hastelloy] 621 . to DIN 3202-S12] [Acc. to DIN 3202-F7/S7] [Acc._ _______________ Appendix F: 131 132 133 134 135 136 137 138 139 140 141 142 143 144 145 146 147 148 149 150 151 152 153 154 155 156 157 158 159 160 161 162 163 164 165 166 167 168 169 = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = ’1’ ’2’ ’3’ ’4’ ’5’ ’6’ ’7’ ’8’ ’9’ ’10’ ’11’ ’12’ ’13’ ’14’ ’15’ ’16’ ’17’ ’18’ ’19’ ’-’ ’21’ ’-’ ’-’ ’-’ ’-’ ’-’ ’-’ ’-’ ’-’ ’-’ ’31’ ’32’ ’33’ ’34’ ’-’ ’36’ ’-’ ’-’ ’-’ [Acc. Kynar] [Aluminium] [Titanium] [Iron] [CS] [low alloy st] [SS] [8mm thk cement lined CS] [Brass. to DIN 3202-F15/M15] [Acc. to DIN 3202-F18] [Acc. to DIN 3202-F17] [Acc. to DIN 3202-F5/S5/K5/M5] [Acc. to DIN 3202-S31] [Acc. to DIN 3202-F3/S3/K3/M3] [Acc. to DIN 3202-F2/S2/K2/M2/V2] [Acc. to DIN 3202-F6/M6] [Acc. to DIN 3202-F32/M32] [Acc. to DIN 3202-F8/S8/M8] [Acc. to DIN 3202-F34] [Not existent under DIN 3202] [Acc. to DIN 3202-S14/M14] [Acc. to DIN 3202-V21] [Not existent under DIN 3202] [Not existent under DIN 3202] [Not existent under DIN 3202] [Not existent under DIN 3202] [Not existent under DIN 3202] [Not existent under DIN 3202] [Not existent under DIN 3202] [Not existent under DIN 3202] [Not existent under DIN 3202] [Acc. to DIN 3202-F9/S9/M9] [Acc. to DIN 3202-M36] [Not existent under DIN 3202] [Not existent under DIN 3202] [Not existent under DIN 3202] General Comments F. to DIN 3202-F11/M11] [Acc. to DIN 3202-F19] [Not existent under DIN 3202] [Acc. to DIN 3202-S10/M10] [Acc. to DIN 3202-F1/K1/V1] [Acc. Inconel] [Bronze. to DIN 3202-S13] [Acc. copper. Codelists British Standards numbers (200-299) units kg per cubic metre 201 = [Blank] 209 210 216 222 228 230 234 240 246 247 248 252 253 254 258 264 270 276 = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = ’561 km3’ ’913 km3’ ’1410 km3’ ’1554 km3’ ’1778 km3’ ’2403 km3’ ’2643 km3’ ’4165 km3’ ’7208 km3’ ’7208 km3’ ’7208 km3’ ’7849 km3’ ’7849 km3’ ’7849 km3’ ’7849 km3’ ’8410 km3’ ’8890 km3’ ’9130 km3’ [polypropylene] [pvc] [cpvc] [FRP. Monel.

General ’Specific ._ _______________ PDS Piping Component Data .399 range of values are for 400 .Valve ’ ’ ’ ’ specific instruments typical instruments specific valves typical values CL999. Standard Note Title (2000) NOTE: In editing this codelist set.April 2002 CL990.449 range of values are for 450 .199 range of values are for typical specialties 200 . Types of Piping Commodity Data Forms 1 2 3 4 5 21 41 42 61 62 63 = = = = = = = = = = = ’General Fittings’ ’Pipe Bends ’ ’Orifice Flanges ’ ’Branch Nipples ’ ’Branch Reinforcement’ ’Valves ’ ’Piping ’ ’Tubing ’ ’Gaskets ’ ’Bolts ’ ’Nuts ’ 100 . do not change the meaning of existing codelist values.299 values are for Piping Specialties 100 .Valve ’ ’ ’ ’ 300 .General ’Specific .Valve ’Typical .General ’Typical . 1 = [Blank] 31 = ’Object Types for Mass Annotation’ 35 = ’Approval Status’ 36 = ’Structural Approval Status’ 37 = ’HVAC Approval Status’ 50 = ’Hold Status’ 69 = ’Equipment Division’ 125 = ’Fluid Code’ 130 = ’Construction Status’ 145 = ’Materials Grade’ 148 = ’Materials Description’ 160 = ’Responsibility’ 180 = ’Fabrication Category’ 190 = ’Coating Requirements’ 200 = ’Heat Tracing Requirements’ 210 = ’Heat Tracing Media’ 220 = ’Insulation Purpose’ 230 = ’Cleaning Requirements’ 622 .499 values are for Instruments 300 .149 range of values are for specific specialties 150 .249 range of values are for specific valves 250 .499 range of values are for 300 350 400 450 = = = = ’Specific .General ’Typical .349 range of values are for 350 .Valve ’Typical .299 range of values are for typical valves 100 150 200 250 = = = = ’Specific .

0 6.0 2.0* E+04 Convert To First Unit A B 0.0 1.0 1.944 0.0 1.076 0. Area Units (25) No 1 3 5 7 10 12 14 Unit Name ftˆ2 inˆ2 ydˆ2 miˆ2 mmˆ2 cmˆ2 mˆ2 Convert to Destination Unit Dest. Unit Factor mˆ2 9.361 274 E-01 kmˆ2 2.787 0.076 0.451 6* E+00 mˆ2 8.Red’ ’Weight Code’ ’Spec Writer Data Form Type’ ’Standard Note Title’ ’Area Units’ ’Weight Units’ ’Temperature Units’ ’Pressure Units’ ’Density Units’ ’Weld Type’ ’Force Units’ ’Drawing Scale’ ’Drawing Size’ ’Interference Manager Approval Status’ ’Interference Clash Type’ ’Interference Manager Action’ ’Interference Manager Approval Method’ ’Clash Checking Option’ ’Clash Checking Volume Filter Option’ ’Report Source’ ’Report Type’ ’Design Review Type’ ’Model Status’ ’Force Units for FrameWorks Plus’ ’Drawing View Direction’ ’Drawing View Composition Status’ ’Document Type’ ’Document Sub-Type’ ’Isometric Drawing Type’ ’Orthographic Drawing Type’ General Comments F. Codelists CL1010.290 304* E-02 cmˆ2 6.076 in CL E+00 444 E-03 E+00 840 E+07 391 E-05 391 E-03 391 E+01 623 .Green’ ’Table Suffix / End Standard .0* 0._ _______________ Appendix F: 330 332 340 360 365 366 380 390 400 420 425 430 499 530 550 570 572 575 576 577 578 990 999 1010 1028 1056 1064 1074 1100 1162 1201 1202 1203 1204 1205 1207 1208 1209 1310 1312 1410 1605 1610 1620 1630 1710 1720 1900 2000 = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = ’End Preparation’ ’Schedule / Thickness Override’ ’Safety Classification’ ’Stress Analysis Requirements’ ’Reporting Requirements’ ’Requirement to Reconstruct’ ’Piping Component Type’ ’Action’ ’Commodity Option’ ’Piping Component Data Source’ ’Piping/Tubing Type/Source’ ’Instrument Component Data Source’ ’Piping Notes’ ’Accessory / Item Type’ ’Operator / Actuator Type’ ’Design Standard’ ’Wall Thickness Equation’ ’Geometry Standard’ ’Table Suffix / End Standard .0* 0.0 9.0* E+02 cmˆ2 1.589 988 E+00 mmˆ2 1 mmˆ2 1.0 1.

933 672 E-02 E+01 1. 1.204 622 g 1 0.204 622 — — -9999.450 377 E-05 E+01 1.450 377 E-01 E+01 1.0 degC 1 +3.469 595 10 bar [absolute] kPa 1.0 2 psi [absolute] kPa 6.894 757 E+00 -1.450 377 E+02 E+01 1.806 65 E+01 -1.469 595 8 mmHg [absolute] kPa 1.0* E-01 -1.0 2. Convert to Destination Unit Convert To No Unit Name Dest.2* K 5/9 -4.450 377 E-01 0.479 891 E+01 0. Unit Factor A 1 psig [gage] kPa 0.469 595 20 kg/cm*2 (gage) [gage] psig 1. Temperature Units (15) No 1 2 3 4 15 Unit Name degF degC degR K [Blank] Convert to Destination Unit Convert To Dest. CL1028.0* E+00 E+01 1.428 571 Mg 9.422 295 E-03 E+01 4.071 847 E-01 0. First Unit in CL B 1.596 900 — — -9999.897 707 E-01 E+01 1.0 21 kg/cm*2 [absolute] kPa 9.24* (Mu)g 1 0.0* E+00 E+02 1.0 -9999.0* E+00 E+01 1.422 334 E+01 1.0 2.0* Mg 1.469 595 22 Mpa_g psig 1.469 595 6 inH2O @ 32degF kPa 2.0* E+03 -1.469 595 4 inH2O [absolute] kPa 2. 1.450 377 E-04 1.0 2.0 2.450 377 E+01 1.422 334 E+01 E+01 1.450 377 E+02 -9999.450 377 E-01 624 .450 377 E+01 0.204 622 mg 1 0.204 622 kg 1 0. -9999.204 622 Mg 1 0. Changes will NOT be recognized unless the software is changed to use them._ _______________ PDS Piping Component Data .469 595 11 bar (gage) [gage] psig 1.386 38 E+00 -1.911 054 E-01 E+01 1.0* E+00 E+01 3.0 13 dyn/cmˆ2 [absolute] Pa 1.535 924 E-01 0.076 391 E+07 -9999.0 40 [Blank] — — -9999.469 595 16 inHg @ 32degF kPa 3. CL E+00 E-04 E+03 E+03 E-09 E-06 E-03 E+00 E+03 CL1056.0* mg 6.333 22 E-01 -1.491 14 E-01 -1.0* E+02 -1.469 595 7 inHg [absolute] kPa 3.8* E+00 E+02 0.450 377 E+02 0. 67 kPa_g psig 1.0 1.32)/1.013 250* E+02 -1.469 595 17 kPa [absolute] kPa 1 -1.469 595 E+01 E+01 1.8 0. Unit Factor A degC (degF .450 377 E+01 E+01 1.0 First Unit in CL B 1.806 38 E-03 -1.609 119 E-02 E+01 3. Pressure Units (40) NOTE: New entries in this codelist cannot be added by the user.0 1.613 010 E-02 E+01 4.April 2002 16 25 kmˆ2 [Blank] mˆ2 — 1.469 595 18 MPa [absolute] kPa 1. Mass Units (40) No 1 3 9 11 20 22 24 26 28 40 Unit Name lb grain USton UKton (Mu)g mg g kg Mg [Blank] Convert to Destination Unit Convert To First Unit in Dest.0 2.0 2.422 334 E+01 0.488 4 E-01 -1.469 595 15 mmH2O [absolute] kPa 9. Unit Factor A B kg 4.376 85 E+00 -1.8* E+00 -9999.469 595 19 Pa [absolute] Pa 1 -1.0 2. CL1064.016 047 E+00 0.596 900 K 1 -4.469 595 9 atm [absolute] kPa 1.0* — E+06 0.

203 692 E+04 0.0 6. Codelists CL1100.242 797 E-02 kg/dmˆ3 1 0. numbers 20-29 have been reserved for field welds. Force Units (40) 1 3 5 7 20 22 24 26 28 40 = = = = = = = = = = ’lbf’ ’kipf’ ’UStonf’ ’UKtonf’ ’dyn’ ’mN’ ’N’ ’kgf’ ’kN’ [Blank] CL1201.242 797 E+01 — — -9999.0 1.0 7.0* E+03 kg/mˆ3 Use API2564 Tbl -9999. kg/mˆ3 1 0. Unit Factor A B kg/mˆ3 1. and 30-39 have been reserved for offshore welds.198 264 E+02 0. Density Units (35) No 1 3 5 7 9 11 17 20 22 24 26 35 Unit Name lb/ftˆ3 lb/UKgal lb/USgal kip/ftˆ3 lb/inˆ3 USton/ftˆ3 degAPI kg/mˆ3 g/cmˆ3 kg/L kg/dmˆ3 [Blank] Convert to Destination Unit Convert To First Unit in CL Dest.977 633 E+01 0.0* E+00 kg/mˆ3 9.242 797 E+01 kg/mˆ3 1. do not change the meaning of existing codelist values. -9999._ _______________ Appendix F: General Comments CL1074. F.601 846 E+01 0.0 6.0 6. Drawing Scale (540) (1-499) English System of Units 1 = [Blank] 104 = ’=1/8"= 1’ 0"’ 108 = ’=1/4"= 1’ 0"’ 112 = ’=3/8"= 1’ 0"’ 116 = ’=1/2"= 1’ 0"’ 124 = ’=3/4"= 1’ 0"’ 132 = ’=1"= 1’ 0"’ 164 = ’=2"= 1’ 0"’ 625 .0 6.0 1.0 1.728 000 E+03 kg/mˆ3 3. 1 2 11 21 22 23 24 = = = = = = = [Blank] ’Pipe connector’ ’Shop weld’ ’Field weld at assembly site’ ’Field weld at job site’ ’Field weld at job site for loose flange’ ’Field fit weld at job site’ CL1162. Weld Type (100) NOTE: Codelist numbers 0-19 have been reserved for shop welds.0* E+03 kg/mˆ3 2.0 6. In editing this codelist set.601 846 E+04 0.0 2.767 990 E+04 0.480 519 E+00 kg/mˆ3 1.0* E+03 0.242 797 E+01 kg/mˆ3 1 E+03 0.228 834 E+00 kg/mˆ3 1. -9999.

_ _______________ PDS Piping Component Data . Interference Manager Action (10) 1 2 3 4 = = = = ’No Action by user’ ’Approve Real Clash’ ’Approve False Clash’ ’Transfer Responsibility’ 626 . Interference Manager Approval Status (99) 1 = ’Unapproved’ 2 = ’Approved’ 99 = ’Cleared’ [User has approved clash] [Software detected that clash has been fixed] CL1204. Drawing Size (199) (1-99) English System of Units 1 = ’A’ 2 = ’B’ 3 = ’C’ 4 = ’D’ 5 = ’E’ 6 = ’F’ (100-199) Metric System of Units 101 = ’A0’ 102 = ’A1’ 103 = ’A2’ 104 = ’A3’ 105 = ’A4’ CL1203. Interference Clash Type (10) 1 2 3 4 5 6 = = = = = = ’Hard versus Hard’ ’Hard versus Soft’ ’Hard versus Construction’ ’Soft versus Soft’ ’Soft versus Construction’ ’Construct vs Construct=Construction versus Construction’ CL1205.April 2002 (500-599) Metric System of Units 500 = ’1:10’ 510 = ’1:4’ 530 = ’1:2’ 540 = ’1:1’ CL1202.

21-30 reference data. Codelist values are reserved as follows: 0-10 from design data. do not change the meaning of existing codelist values. do not change the meaning of existing codelist values. Clash Checking Volume Filter Option 1 = ’Volume Filter Is Inactive’ 2 = ’Volume Filter Is Active’ CL1310. In editing this codelist set._ _______________ Appendix F: General Comments CL1207. 1 2 3 11 12 21 22 = = = = = = = ’ ’ ’ ’ ’ ’ ’ MTO Report Drawing Report PID Report Header Project Control Report Clash Management Report Piping Job Spec Report Table Checker Report ’ ’ ’ ’ ’ ’ ’ CL1312. 11-20 from project data. Document Type. 601 682 685 687 689 690 692 696 = = = = = = = = ’Piping RDB Reports’ ’Equipment List’ ’Piping Line List’ ’Piping Segments Report’ ’Piping Components MTO Report’ ’Pipe Supports Report’ ’Instrument List’ ’Piping Release Report’ 627 . Interference Manager Approval Method (10) 1 = ’Not Approved’ 2 = ’Accepted by Graphical Review’ 3 = ’Accepted from List’ F. Codelists CL1208. Report Type (999) NOTE: Document types defined below must be numerically identical to those defined in CL1720. Report Source (99) NOTE: In editing this codelist set. codelist numbers used must not exceed ’999’. Clash Checking Option 1 2 3 4 = = = = ’Unknown’ ’Project Mode’ ’Design Area Mode’ ’Pre-defined Volume Mode’ CL1209.

1 = ’Client Review’ 2 = ’Informal Review’ CL1605. Document Source (99) NOTE: Do not make any new entries to this codelist. do not change the meaning of existing codelist values. Drawing View Directions (7) 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 = = = = = = = ’Plan’ ’East Elevation’ ’North Elevation’ ’Isometric’ ’West Elevation’ ’South Elevation’ ’Plan (Vertical)’ CL1630. Model Status 1 11 12 21 = = = = ’Undefined’ ’Preliminary’ ’Temporary’ ’Permanent’ CL1610. do not change the meaning of existing codelist values._ _______________ PDS Piping Component Data .April 2002 CL1410. Drawing View Composition Status (4) 1 2 3 4 = = = = ’Drawing View Not Composed’ ’Drawing View Composed’ ’Composite Drawing View Not Composed’ ’Composite Drawing View Composed’ CL1710. 1 = ’Process RDB report’ 2 = ’Process TDB report’ 5 = ’Process TDB drawing’ 628 . Design Review Type (10) NOTE: In editing this codelist set. Force Units for FrameWorks Plus (40) 1 2 3 4 = = = = ’LBS’ ’KIPS’ ’N’ ’kN’ CL1620. In editing this codelist set.

_ _______________ Appendix F: 11 = ’P&I RDB report’ 12 = ’P&I TDB report’ 15 = ’P&I TDB drawing’ 21 = ’Vessel RDB report’ 22 = ’Vessel TDB report’ 25 = ’Vessel TDB drawing’ 31 = ’Heat Transfer RDB report’ 32 = ’Heat Transfer TDB report’ 35 = ’Heat Transfer TDB drawing’ 41 = ’Mechanical RDB report’ 42 = ’Mechanical TDB report’ 45 = ’Mechanical TDB drawing’ 46 = ’Piping Specialty RDB report’ 47 = ’Piping Specialty TDB report’ 51 = ’Civil/Structural RDB report’ 52 = ’Civil/Structural TDB report’ 55 = ’Civil/Structural TDB drawing’ 61 62 65 67 = = = = ’Piping ’Piping ’Piping ’Piping RDB report’ TDB report (PD_Report)’ TDB drawing (PD_Draw)’ isometric TDB drawing’ General Comments F. (100-199) Process Documents 101 = ’Process RDB Reports | 1’ 121 = ’Process Flow Diagrams | 5’ 125 = ’Materials of Construction Drawings | 5’ 127 = ’Temperature/Pressure Diagrams | 5’ 131 = ’Equipment Process Datasheets | 2’ 133 = ’Instrument Process Datasheets | 2’ 199 = ’Other Process Documents | 99’ 629 . In editing this codelist set. Codelists 71 = ’Instrument RDB report’ 72 = ’Instrument TDB report’ 75 = ’Instrument TDB drawing’ 81 = ’Electrical RDB report’ 82 = ’Electrical TDB report’ 85 = ’Electrical TDB drawing’ 91 = ’HVAC RDB report’ 92 = ’HVAC TDB report’ 95 = ’HVAC TDB drawing’ 99 = ’No planned PDS source’ CL1720. Document Type (999) NOTE: The PDS source of each document type is shown to the right of the document type separated from it by the character ’|’ on the basis of codelist numbers defined in CL1710. Document Source. respect the number ranges identified below.

Plans.April 2002 (200-299) Vessel Documents 201 = ’Vessel RDB Reports | 21’ 205 = ’Vessel Job Specifications | 99’ 211 = ’Vessel Requisitions | 22’ 231 = ’Reactor Drawings | 25’ 233 = ’Regenerator Drawings | 25’ 235 = ’Cyclone Drawings | 25’ 237 = ’Transfer Line Drawings | 25’ 239 = ’Tower Drawings | 25’ 241 = ’Drum Drawings | 25’ 243 = ’Tank Drawings | 25’ 245 = ’Silo Drawings | 25’ 247 = ’Stack Drawings | 25’ 299 = ’Other Vessel Documents | 99’ (300-399) Heat Transfer Documents 301 = ’Heat Transfer RDB Reports | 31’ 305 = ’Heat Transfer Job Specifications | 99’ 311 = ’Heat Transfer Requisitions | 32’ 331 = ’Heat Transfer Drawings | 35’ 399 = ’Other Heat Transfer Documents | 99’ (400-499) Mechanical Equipment Documents 401 = ’Mechanical RDB Reports | 41’ 405 = ’Mechanical Equipment Job Specifications | 99’ 411 = ’Mechanical Equipment Requisitions | 42’ 431 = ’Mechanical Equipment Drawings | 45’ 499 = ’Other Mechanical Equipment Documents | 99’ (500-599) Civil/Structural Documents 501 = ’Civil/Structural RDB Reports | 51’ 505 = ’Civil/Structural Job Specifications | 99’ 511 = ’Civil/Structural Requisitions | 99’ 531 = ’Site Preparation Drawings | 99’ 535 = ’Foundation Location Drawings | 65’ 537 = ’Piling Drawings | 65’ 538 = ’Foundation Drawings | 55’ 540 = ’Structural Perspectives. Plans. Sections and Details | 65’ 545 = ’Concrete Structural Drawings | 55’ 550 = ’Steel Structural Drawings | 55’ 570 = ’Building Drawings | 99’ 599 = ’Other Civil/Structural Documents | 99’ (600-699) Piping Documents 601 = ’Piping RDB Reports | 61’ 602 = ’Piping Specialty RDB Reports | 46’ 605 = ’Piping Job Specifications | 99’ 611 = ’Piping Commodity Requisitions | 99’ 612 = ’Piping Specialty Requisitions | 47’ 631 = ’P&IDs | 15’ 633 = ’Hydrotest P&IDs | 15’ 641 = ’Plot Plans | 65’ 643 = ’Equipment Arrangement Drawings | 65’ 651 = ’Piping Underground Drawings | 65’ 661 = ’Equipment Orientations | 65’ 663 = ’Piping One Line Drawings | 65’ 665 = ’Piping Perspectives. Sections and Details | 65’ 667 = ’Pipeline Alignment Drawings | 65’ 669 = ’Piping Isometric Drawings | 67’ 671 = ’Piping Spool Drawings | 67’ 673 = ’Spring Hanger Drawings | 99’ 675 = ’Pipe Support Details | 99’ 630 ._ _______________ PDS Piping Component Data .

Plans. Isometric Drawing Type NOTE: In editing this codelist set. Plans. Codelists (700-799) Instrument Documents 701 = ’Instrument RDB Reports | 71’ 705 = ’Instrument Job Specifications | 99’ 711 = ’Instrument Requisitions | 72’ 721 = ’Instrument Logic Diagrams | 75’ 723 = ’Instrument Loop Diagrams | 75’ 731 = ’Instrument Location Plans | 65’ 733 = ’Instrument Control House/Panel Drawings | 99’ 735 = ’Instrument Hook Up Drawings | 75’ 737 = ’Instrument Heat Tracing Drawings | 75’ 739 = ’Instrument Wiring Drawings | 99’ 771 = ’Instrument Index | 72’ 799 = ’Other Instrument Documents | 99’ (800-899) Electrical Documents 801 = ’Electrical RDB Reports | 81’ 805 = ’Electrical Job Specifications | 99’ 811 = ’Electrical Requisitions | 99’ 831 = ’Electrical One Line Diagrams | 99’ 841 = ’Electrical Area Classification Drawings | 65’ 851 = ’Electrical Underground Drawings | 65’ 861 = ’Electrical Power Drawings | 99’ 863 = ’Electrical Communications Drawings | 99’ 865 = ’Lighting Perspectives._ _______________ Appendix F: 681 682 684 685 687 689 690 692 696 699 = = = = = = = = = = ’P&ID Equipment List | 12’ ’Equipment List | 62’ ’P&ID Line List | 12’ ’Piping Line List | 62’ ’Piping Segments Report | 62’ ’Piping Components MTO Report | 62’ ’Pipe Supports Report | 62’ ’Instrument List | 62’ ’Piping Release Report | 62’ ’Other Piping Documents | 99’ General Comments F. Some data displays require that only values to the left of the "=" sign be shown. do not change the meaning of existing codelist values. Sections and Details | 65’ 867 = ’Electrical Heat Tracing Drawings | 99’ 899 = ’Other Electrical Documents | 99’ (900-999) HVAC Documents 901 = ’HVAC RDB Reports | 91’ 905 = ’HVAC Job Specifications | 99’ 911 = ’HVAC Requisitions | 99’ 931 = ’HVAC Flow Diagrams | 99’ 971 = ’HVAC Perspectives. 1 = ’Fabrication’ 2 = ’Spool’ 3 = ’Stress’ 631 . Sections and Details | 65’ 999 = ’Other HVAC Documents | 99’ CL1900. other reports require that only values to the right of the "=" sign be displayed.

Sections and Details’ Plot Plans’ Equipment Arrangement Drawings’ Piping Underground Drawings’ Equipment Orientations’ Piping One Line Drawings’ Piping Perspectives. Plans. Sections and Details’ Pipeline Alignment Drawings’ Instrument Location Plans’ Electrical Area Classification Drawings’ Electrical Underground Drawings’ Lighting Perspectives._ _______________ PDS Piping Component Data . Plans. PD_Draw Document Type (999) NOTE: Document types defined below must be numerically identical to those defined in CL1720.April 2002 CL2000. Sections and Details’ HVAC Perspectives. 535 537 540 641 643 651 661 663 665 667 731 841 851 865 971 = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = ’ ’ ’ ’ ’ ’ ’ ’ ’ ’ ’ ’ ’ ’ ’ Foundation Location Drawings’ Piling Drawings’ Structural Perspectives. In editing this codelist set. Document Type. do not change the meaning of existing codelist values. Plans. Plans. Sections and Details’ 632 . codelist numbers used must not exceed ’999’.

a standard component found in a manufacturers catalog (off-the-shelf component). This value is also referred to as the Item Name. code list sets code-listed attribute color table column commodity code commodity item component database database table 633 . Gate valves. A collection of comprehensive informational files having predetermined structure and organization that can then be communicated. A file which contains the standard color settings to be used for a design file or set of design files. or processed by a specific program. A column in an entity table. Files which define the values for all codelists having universal applicability within PDS. a user-defined code that provides an index to the material descriptions in the Material Data Tables of the Specification/Material Database. The part of the database that is made of rows and columns and contains information about the project and design elements. An alphanumeric code which defines the class of an item._ _______________ Glossary AA code AABB code AABBCC code An alphanumeric code used to identify a group of elements. A group of columns defines a table. interpreted. the code list set for the fluid code attribute allows you to select from a set of standard entries (such as P for process or MMA for methyl alcohol). specialty item. instrument. or pipe support. a graphic symbol representing a commodity item. see piping assembly Glossary assembly attribute BOM code list Glossary A property or characteristic of an entity. For example. an alphanumeric code which represents a specific item type within a given class. These attribute values can be referenced by entering the associated code list number. bill of materials A set of acceptable values for a particular attribute (column) which can be referred to by an index number or selected from a form. an attribute linked to a specific entry in a code list set. An attribute of a table. elbows and expansion joints are examples of piping components.

An interface or screen menu designed with the I/FORMS product or with the DM/DBA product. It defines all the needed criteria for creating the actual report. dimension table Eden Eden module entity field form format file full path name GCL Geometric industry standard Graphic Commodity Library instrument item name Label Description Library Long Material Description Library 634 . see physical data table a high-level parametric language (similar to FORTRAN) which uses information from the Piping Job Specification and Design Database to access parametric and dimensional data. Graphic Commodity Library a code-listed attribute which identifies the source of the data (industry standard such as ANSI. There is no such requirement for Windows NT.) of interest about which information is stored. or company standard) from which the specific geometry of a commodity item is deduced. Each model represents a partition of the database. Refer to AABBCC code. ISO.April 2002 design database a database which contains the non-graphic design data for a project. including which database attributes are reported. an item used to perform a process measurement. etc. the source code used to define and place parametric symbols in the model. or DIN. The name of the entire path or directory hierarchy to a file. name used to access the Piping Job Specification. drawing. Instruments can be defined in the Piping Job Specification or defined interactively while working in the model. you must have the FORMS_S product on your workstation. and place parametric symbols. See also relative path name. An area of a table used to display information or receive input. a data library which contains the parametric symbol definitions (Eden modules) required to place piping and instrument components in a 3-D model._ _______________ PDS Piping Component Data . a library which defines the types of labels and the label formats used in PDS 3D. Because many of the screen menus in the application software on CLIX workstations are built with I/FORMS. a library which contains the long bill-of-material descriptions for all piping commodities. including the file name. element. a relational database table. or control function. An object (project. Eden modules are contained in the Graphic Commodity Library. process indication. a file that determines the contents and format of a report.

Each model represents a partition of the database. These tables can be stored in different physical data libraries segregated by geometric industry standard (practice). For example. Piping and Instrumentation Diagram The sequence of directories leading to a file. and MTO reporting. a table which contains the physical data such as dimensions. operator code operator type Piping Assembly Language a subset of the database. stress analysis. an ASCII file which can be used to load data into a library. the Material Description Library. See also full path name and relative path name. and surface area required for component placement. name used to reference the parametric definition of a component. weights. material take-off Glossary module monument MTO network Glossary An interconnection of host computers and workstations that enables them to share data and control. Specialty items can be defined in the Piping Job Specification database or defined interactively while working in a model. a group of associated components that can be placed as a logical group (such as a valve with mating flanges) using Piping Assembly Language syntax. Plant Design System a user-defined component. nominal piping diameter a compiled library which contains reference data which can be accessed by the task. The model code is also referred to as the new item name. The term network can mean the devices that connect the system. the origin point for a coordinate system or design volume. or design file. a specialized application within PDS such as the Piping Designer or Equipment Modeling task. or it can mean the connected system. database. interference checking._ _______________ MC model model code model code a 3-D design volume. neutral file NPD object library OC OT PAL partition P&ID path name PDS piping specialty physical data table piping assembly 635 .

One company may have many plants located in many different geographical locations. report formats and other information of a similar manner. One collection of column values for a table. label descriptions. and instruments. An alphanumeric code used to refer to a specific project. job specifications. non-graphics data which provides selection criteria for piping commodity items. a database used to define all the information related to managing a project including design area definitions. Piping Job Specification Piping Materials Class PJS plant PMC project project number project control database RDB Reference Database Relational DataBase Management System RDBMS Relational Interface System relative path name A generic relational database interface that isolates the differences in specific vendors’ relational database management systems. a classification of components by service or specification. Reference Database A collection of reference data containing information relative to industry design codes. graphics symbology. commodity libraries. interference management data. a 150 pound carbon steel specification. Piping Job Specification A group of facilities and equipment used to perform one or more material processing functions within a given geographical area. A database management system that uses SQL. report format file RIS row 636 . A unit of related information in a table. and revision management data. At a given time. For example._ _______________ PDS Piping Component Data .April 2002 Piping Assembly Library a library which contains the piping assembly definitions which define the parameters necessary to place a piping assembly automatically in the model. see format file Relational Interface System. vendor’s catalog data. the items that constitute the plant can be included in one or more projects. The sequence of directories leading from the current directory to a particular file. engineered items. See also path name and absolute path name. Piping Materials Class A term used for the convenient grouping of either all or part of the facilities and equipment that constitute a plant. the Structured Query Language. to implement and query data in relational tables.

Most of the customization data defined with the Project Data Manager is stored in a type 63 element. Working database in which the actual engineering or design effort is performed. a library which contains the Piping Job Specification tables and other special tables which contain nonphysical data. instruments. The relation-ship of site with plant and project is identical to that between unit with plant and project. To switch. A specialized PDS function such as the Piping and Instrumentation Diagrams (P&ID) task or the Piping Designer task. See also code-list. All attributes identified as code-listed are stored in the database as integer data. an piping specialty or instrument. Task Database a library which contains a set of ASCII files. Glossary SN source file Spec Table Library specialty item Specialty Material Description Library standard note Standard Note Library task task database TDB text library toggle type 63 element 637 . an element used to store active parameters and customization data in a model or drawing. default data used in the creation of new projects/models/drawings. a set of acceptable responses defined in the Standard Note Library. a set of values used to scan a database or object library. search criteria seed data Short Material Description Library site Glossary A grouping of three-dimensional world data corresponding to schematic data from one or more units._ _______________ schema An RIS schema identifies a unique database/user combination existing in a commercial database system. A separate task database exists for each PDS task. and pipe supports. See also neutral file. Source files are usually contained in text libraries. to change between two alternatives. library which contains the text for code-listed attributes and standard notes. symbol name the uncompiled version of a language file or other data table. The PDS 3D software enables you to extract source files from a text library. a library which contains the short bill-of-material descriptions for all piping commodity items and the description addenda for taps. a library which contains the bill-of-material descriptions for engineered items.

_ _______________ PDS Piping Component Data . 638 .April 2002 unit A grouping of those parts of the schematic and individual worlds of a plant that together perform a given process function.

_ _______________ Index 6P2C 82 6P3C 113 6P4C 146 6P6C 174 6Q1C 53 6Q2C 82 6Q3C 113 6Q4C 146 6Q6C 174 7N2A 186 7P1E 187 7P2C 197 7P3C 203 A AABBCC codes 47 abbreviations 48 accessory/item type 600 action 591 actuator type 600 actuators 230 approval status 539 HVAC 539 structural 539 area units 623 assemblies 244 assembly notes 455 B bio-pharmaceutical symbols 394 bolting 526 branch reinforcement 529 C calculations ANSI-B31.3 529 clash approval action 626 clash approval method 627 clash checking volume filter option 627 clash checking option 627 clash type 626 cleaning requirements 579 coating requirements 577 codelist 1010 623 1028 624 codelist (continued) 1056 624 1064 624 1074 625 1100 625 1162 625 1201 625 1202 626 1203 626 1204 626 1205 626 1207 627 1208 627 1209 627 125 540 1310 627 1312 627 1410 628 148 569 160 577 1605 628 1610 628 1620 628 1630 628 1710 628 1720 629 180 577 190 577 1900 631 200 578 2000 632 210 578 220 579 230 579 31 538 330 579 332 582 340 584 35 539 36 539 360 584 365 584 366 584 37 539 380 584 390 591 Index Index 639 .1 and ANSI-B31.

632 drawing scale 625 drawing size 626 drawing type isometric 631 drawing view composition status 628 directions 628 E end prep 579 end standard green 613 red 616 equation wall thickness 602 equipment and piping codelist names 622 equipment divisions/form code 540 F fabrication category 577 fire and safety 146 640 . fittings 460 matrix 459 commodity codes bolting 526 completing materials 463 fire and safety components 464 flanged fittings 471 flanges 467 gaskets 523 instruments 479 labor codes 488 non-wetted fittings 493 pipe 496 pipe supports 483 socket fittings 502 socketwelded fittings 506 steam specialties 465 strainer specialties 475 threaded fittings 508 tubing and hose 494 underground fittings 510 valves 512 welded fittings 519 wetted fittings 492 commodity data 47 fire and safety 146 commodity data (continued) fittings 82._ _______________ PDS Piping Component Data .April 2002 codelist (continued) 400 591 420 597 425 598 430 598 499 598 50 540 530 600 550 600 570 601 572 602 575 602 576 613 577 616 578 620 69 540 990 622 999 622 codelist names 622 codelist sets 533 comments 535 commdity codes tubing fittings 503 commodity code descriptions 459 flanged and misc. 113 piping 49 tubing 49 valves 53 completing materials 463 component data piping specialty 174 connect point data 47 connector type 540 connectors 243 construction status 544 control valves 187 cp type/termination/preparation 579 D density units 625 descriptions commodity code 459 design ddl 26 design review type 628 design standard 601 details assumed 427 directions drawing view 628 document purpose 15 document source 628 document type 629.

479 off-line 213 other 203 insulation purpose 579 interference clash type 626 interference manager action 626 interference manager approval method 627 interference manager approval status 626 introduction 21 reference data file descriptions 23 section descriptions 21 isometric drawing type 631 L labor codes 488 M mass units 624 materials grade 544 miscellaneous symbols 371 model codes 47 model graphics 26 model status 628 MTO flag 584 N non-database part of item descriptions 25 non-database part of the piping job specification 24 non-wetted fittings 493 O object types orthographic drawings 538 off-line instruments 213 operator type 600 operators 230 option code 591 orthographic drawings object types 538 override schedule/thickness 582 P pipe 496 pipe supports 483 piping 49 commodity data 47 piping commodity data forms 622 piping commodity symbols 245 piping component type 584 piping component type/source 597 piping job specification file descriptions 23 piping materials class description 569 piping notes 598 piping specialties 174 piping specialty symbols 342 piping/tubing type 598 pressure units 624 R red connect point end standard 616 table suffix 616 reference data file descriptions 23 design ddl 26 item descriptions 25 model graphics 26 non-database piping job specification 24 piping job specification 23 seed file definitions 26 Index Index 641 . fittings 460 flanged fittings 471 flanges 467 fluid code 540 force units 625. 628 forms piping commodity data 622 G gaskets 523 general conventions 29 variables used in symbols and tables 38 geometry standard 602 green connect point end standard 613 table suffix 613 H heat tracing media 578 heat tracing requirements 578 hold status 540 hose 494 HVAC approval status 539 I instrument component type/source 598 instrument symbols 353 instruments 186._ _______________ fire and safety components 464 fire and safety symbols 330 fittings 82. 113 flanged and misc.

April 2002 regulators 187 relief devices 197 report source 627 report type 627 reporting requirements 584 requirement to reconstruct 584 requirements reporting 584 responsibility 577 S safety classification 584 schedule/thickness override 582 section descriptions 21 seed file definitions 26 signal lines 186 socket fittings 502 socketwelded fittings 506 specialties 342 specialty components 174 standard note titles 622 status drawing view composition 628 model 628 steam specialties 465 strainer specialties 475 stress analysis requirements 584 structural approval status 539 symbols 245 bio-pharmaceutical 394 details assumed 427 fire and safety 330 instrument 353 miscellaneous 371 notes 446 piping commodity 245 specialty 342 T table suffix green 613 red 616 temperature units 624 threaded fittings 508 tubing 49. 494 tubing fittings 503 typefaces 17 U underground fittings 510 units area 623 density 625 force 625 FrameWorks Plus 628 mass 624 pressure 624 temperature 624 units of measure 535 V valves 53._ _______________ PDS Piping Component Data . 512 variables generic 42 specific 38 used in symbols and tables 38 W wall thickness 529 wall thickness equation 602 weight code 620 weld type 625 welded fittings 519 wetted fittings 492 642 .

** This document supplements DPDS3-PB-200022A.00. .PDS Piping Component Data Reference Guide Addendum February 2003 DPDS3-PB-200022B For PDS version 07.02.

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6Q5P07.1 version of the document). • Reducing female adapter (MC=FAR) (ISK=ADMF) TNF=MC_GS_TERM(G)_TERM(R)_RAT_(R)_A MC_GS_TERM(G)_TERM(R)_RAT(R)_WC Male clamp end/female threaded end For GCP: Rating="-". 159 in the PDS 7. Reducing female adapter (in-line) (not-automatic) Note: The information in this section supersedes the information in the corresponding section of previous versions of the Piping Component Data Reference Guide (p. The following information has been modified: Changed “MC=FAS” to “MC=FAR” See the following text for details. Sc/Th="NREQD" 645 . Sc/Th="NREQD" For RCP: Rating="Value".

The following information has been modified: Changed “VS3WD” to “VS4WD” See the following text for details.1 version of the document). • 4 way diverter valve (MC=VS4WD) (ISK=XVXX) TNF=MC_GS_TERM(G)_A MC_GS_TERM(G)_WC Male clamp end For GCP: Rating="-".PDS Piping Component Data Reference Guide Addendum – February 2003 6Q5P78. 173 in the PDS 7. Sc/Th="NREQD" For RCP: Rating="-". Sc/Th="-" 646 . 4 way diverter valve (in-line) (notautomatic) Note: The information in this section supersedes the information in the corresponding section of previous versions of the Piping Component Data Reference Guide (p.

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