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AISLEWAY

ALTERNATE

ACCESSWAY

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PASSAGE
WAY(TYP.)

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P11-THE NORMALLY DESIRABLE LOCATION OF RELIEF AND
BLOWDOWN HEADERS ELEVATED ABOVE PIPERACK IS
OVER THE PIPERACK COLUMNS.
P12-THE CENTERLINE TO CENTERLINE OF PIPERACK
COLUMNS SHALL BE 7600 WITH THE FOLLOWING
EXCEPTIONS:
P12.1-IF THE PREDOMINATE PORTION OF THE PIPING IN
THE RACK IS UNDER 3" (DN80) SEE TABLE-1 FOR
ALLOWABLE PIPE SPANS.
P12.2-ALUMINIUM OR OTHER SPECIAL MATERIALS CONSTITUTE THE MAJORITY.
P12.3-SPANS MAY BE SHORTENED SLIGHTLY TO MAKE
EVEN SPACING ACROSS A PLOT.
P12.4-SUPPORT SPACING SHALL BE INCREASED FOR
SINGLE OR MULTIPLE LINES 200 & LARGER.(SEE
TABLE-1 FOR ALLOWABLE PIPE SPANS.)
P12.5-SMALL LINES UNABLE TO SPAN THE NORMAL 7600
SPACING SHALL BE SUPPORTED BY INTERMEDIATE
PICK-UP.
P13-FOR LINE SPACING SEE DWG. IPS-D-PI-103.

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TYPICAL UNIT PLOT PLAN ARRANGEMENT
SHOWING MINIMUM CLEARANCES

ARRANGEMENT

PIPEWAY

1000 MIN.

P6- GENERALLY LARGEST PIPE DIAMETER AND/ OR HOT
LINES SHALL BE ROUTED ON THE OUTSIDE
PIPERACK TO PERMIT MAXIMUM EXPANSION
MOVEMENTS IN A MIN. OF SPACE.
P7- WHEN CONDENSATE REMOVAL IS REQUIRED IN UTILITY AIR OR STEAM HEADERS, DRIP OR BOOT LEGS
SHALL BE PROVIDED AT PIPING LOW POINTS OR
OTHER CONVENIENT LOCATIONS.
P8- GENERALLY, PIPERACK HEADER BRANCH CONNECTINS
FOR UTILITY & PROCESS GASES, AIR, STEAM, ETC.
WILL BE MADE ON THE TOP OF THE LINE TO AVOID
HEADER LOW POINTS WHERE COND. MAY COLLECT.
P9- PIPERACK HEADER BRANCH CONNECTIONS FOR
LIQUIDS GENERALLY ARE ON THE BOTTOM OF THE
HEADER TO AVOID BRANCH HIGH POINTS WHERE
GASES MAY COLLECT AND PREVENTING LIQUID FLOW.
P10-WHEN ECONOMICALLY FEASIBLE, OR AS STIPULATED
BY PROCESS CONDITIONS, FLAT TURNS & DIAGONAL
RUNS SHALL BE USED WHEN PRACTICABLE.

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LINE UP HORIZONTAL EQUIPMENTS WHEN PRACTICAL

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LINE UP FRONT OF ALL VERTICAL
COLUMNS WHEN PRACTICAL

BATTERY LIMITS

45
MAX.

BATTERY LIMITS

PIPERACK

P1- DIFFERENCE IN PIPERACK ELEV.S SHALL GENERALLY
BE 760 MIN.
P2- ALLOW 350 DROP SPACE FOR UTILITY, STEAM TRAP,
VENT PIPING, ETC.
P3- GENERALLY THE CENTERLINE OF LINE DROPS SHALL
BE BASED ON MIN. 50 CLEARANCE BETWEEN THE
EDGE OF THE PIPE SUPPORT AND/ OR INSTRUMENT
RACK AND THE BACK OF THE LARGEST PIPE AND/
OR INSULATION. OTHER DROPS SHALL BE ON
APPROX. THE SAME CL AS THE LARGEST PIPE .
P4- LOOPS ARE REQUIRED WHEN IT IS IMPRACTICABLE
TO TAKE PIPING EXPANSION MOVEMENTS AT
CORNERS OR AT EQUIP., THEY SHALL NORMALLY BE
OBTAINED BY FOLDING BACK OVER THE PIPERACK.
P5- IF ANCHORS ARE REQUIRED TO MINIMIZE FORCES
ON EQUIPMENT OR REDUCE PIPING EXPANSION
MOVEMENT, THEY SHALL BE SO LOCATED THAT ANY
NECESSARY BRACING DOES NOT INTERFER WITH
PASSAGEWAY OR EQUIPMENT CLEARANCES.

1000 MIN.

1000 MIN.

BATTERY LIMITS
A1- SPACE FOR PIPING CONTROL VALVE MANIFOLDS, BY
PASSES, ETC. (USE 600 BEYOND ADJACENT EQUIPMENT FOR LAYOUT)
A2- IN A LIMITED PLOT WHEN PROCESS CONDITIONS
PERMIT AND IT IS ECONOMICALLY, PREFERABLE,
AIR COOLER MAY BE INSTALLED ABOVE OVERHEAD
PIPERACKS.
A3- PUMPS WITH PROCESS REQUIREMENTS OF LOW
SUCTION LINES SHALL NORMALLY BE LOCATED AS
SHOWN IF ECONOMICALLY FEASIBLE PROVIDING
SUFFICIENT SPACE OR ACCESS IS AVAILABLE FOR
MAINTENANCE.
A4- PUMP SUCTION & DISCHARGE VALVES SHALL , IF
POSSIBLE, BE ACCESSIBLE FOR OPERATION
WITHOUT THE USE OF CHAIN OR EXTENSION STEMS.
A5- DISCHARGE CHECK VALVES SHALL, IF PRACTICABLE,
BE LOCATED IN THE VERTICAL.
A6- PUMP SUCTION LINES SHALL BE AS SHORT AND
DIRECT AS POSSIBLE UNLESS OTHERWISE REQUIRED
FOR FLEXIBILITY REASONS.