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Introduction Custodian Purpose Application Tag Number Rules Identification of Major Plant Equipment and Structures
Major equipment drivers and components Skid Mounted Equipment and Vendor Supplied Packages.
Identification Piping and Pipelines
Line Numbering Line Insulation Codes
Identification of Valves
9.1 9.2 9.2.1 9.2.2
Identification of Electrical Equipment
Coding for Typical Lighting systems and sockets Identification of Electrical Cables Identification of Trefoil Cables Identification of Parallel Cables
11.1 11.2 11.2.1 11.3 11.4
Identification of HVAC Mechanical and Electrical Equipment Identification of Instrumentation
Identification of Instrument Functions Identification of Instrument Multicore Cables Identification of Individual Signal Instrument Cables Instrument Junction Boxes Identification of individual signal cores and wires Identification of Instrument Panels, Gauge Boards and Cabinets Local Panels and Gauge Boards for Package Equipment Identification of Corrosion Probes and Coupons
Identification of Raceways Identification of.Reseue and Safety Equipment
Identification of Navigational Aids
Identification of Telecommunications
Identification for Fire and Gas Systems
Identification of Fire and Gas Devices Installed in Circuit Chains Identification of Fire and Gas Devices Installed as Individual Circuits Identification of Fire and Gas Cables. Junction Boxes and Panels
Existing QP Tagging Systems
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Approval to Deviate Revision History Log Bibliography A - ArealPlant Codes B - System Codes C - Identifying Fieldbus Items
4. structures... T. where these are required to reflect industry trends or changes to QP business practices..2) shall. The requirements of this guideline may not include all eventualities specific to a project. Each project shall create a complete database (MS Access) to cover all tagged items. For projects located in Dukhan users shall refer to  Major plant upgrades.0 Custodian The Custodian of this standard guideline is EE.0 Purpose The purpose of this guideline is to provide a unified and formal system of tag numbering and equipment identification. For major plant upgrades located in • Existing QP facilities shall use there existing plant equipment identification system refer section (16). where possible. .. (subject to operations Dukhan users shall refer to r3] approval).. Should there be a need to consult this document's change history log. cabling piping and valves... . 2.~ c-~.. instrumentation ancillary items... Its main purpose is to provide detailed requirements for identification to be included in the relevant sections of documents and drawings.. The database shall include but not be limited to the following: • • • • • • • • Tag Number Equipment description Function Description Location Manufacturer & Serial Number Manufacturers Model Number Data Book references (Installation. who is responsible for the accuracy and quality of its contents and for its future revisions... Vendor package (6.0 Introduction This guideline defines the formal system for tag numbering and identification 0 including. Contractors own 'in-house' numbering systems shall ~S~d) ' . commissioning and maintenance) Reference Drawings .0 Application. .. In such instances the Project Manager shall make the preferred proposal(s) in writing to EE.. who in turn will conclude an approved amendment as a revision to this guideline.. refer to section (Sa).. The Project Engineer and/or Consultant shall be responsible for implementing tag numbers to the Vendor P&ID's in accordance with this guideline. uu " For all grass root (Green Field) projects except those located in Dukhan Fields. Note that any changes to this document from its last revision are highlighted by a bold vertical bar to the left of each area of change.. v applied as follows: • . 3.1.. refer inthe first instance to its custodian (EE). · QP and any consultant or contractor responsible for providing desig. References made throughout this guideline are numbered inside square brackets [ ] and may be found in the Bibliography of section (J9)..R. The senior discipline Engineers shall ensure that each tagged item is unique.\and-engineering services shall apply this guideline.. follow the requirements of this guideline.~-.
4 12. junction boxes and panels (f) All system codes shall be shown on P&ID's.3 Line numbering Identification of hand valves Identification of electrical cables Identification of instrument multi core cables Identification of individual signal instrument cables Instrument Junction Boxes Identification of individual signal cores and wires Identification of raceways Identification of fire and gas cables.3 11.0 9. see 5.1 8. etc. In the case of some electrical equipment an alphanumeric suffix may be used e. (c) All characters shall be in uppercase. It is not necessary to show the AreaIPlant code prefix at each equipment item on P&ID's. B. t . they shall be tagged with same tag number but be uniquely identified by the addition of a suffix commencing A.0 Tag Number Rules (a) Tag numbers shall not be duplicated on any single site. (d) Where two or more items of equipment are performing the same duty.2. however a note shall be added to the drawing stating: All equipment shall be prefixed with XXX (ArealPIant Code) unless otherwise indicated. '(g) Instruments within the same loop shall use the same sequence number. C. (b) Only equipment letter codes shown in this guideline shall be used. All system codes (if used.0 15.2 11.5.0 e) shall be shown on an data.g. own set It'S 01 (e) The following will not use system codes: Section Section Section Section Section Section Section Section Section 7.2 11. to identify the cubicle and panel numbers within a motor control centre. The plant code shall also be shown except as described in section 5 (f) above.1 11. Each item of the (same alpha code) within the same system (same system code) shall have sequential numbers. whether on standby or online.
see section screens. K* L M MCC N p* R S SB T TR V W* systems e. fire water storage. blenders Motor Control Centre Navigational Pumps Reactors and converters Filter. pulsation dampers Mixers. Transformers Vessels incl. Packages Buildings Columns Drilling Equipment Heat transfer: Furnaces. steam boilers (fired) (See section 10) injectors and eductors) / Crane and mechanical handling equipment. letter code followed by a unique 2 digit sequential number as illustrated example: Example of plant equipment numbering: Area/Plant Code (See Appendix A) System Code (See Appendix B) T 210 -19-V. interceptors. coolers. stacks and bum X* Z driver. Code (See H for HVAC Packages) A B C TABLE 1. D condensers. sieves. heaters. flare tips. fresh water storage. mixing nozzles. Letter code for identification Description Air dryers. Compressors. sum s. its. identifier for equipment of secondary 6. Lifting equipment and miscellaneous equipment. reboilers E F G* H J heat exchangers. fire fighting. stirrers. a system code. Generators HVAC Packages Jets (ejectors.g. "'Indicates use Bulk loading arms etc.0 Identification of Major Plant Equipment and Structures in the following All major plant equipment and structures shall be identified by a tag number compose. s . Switch Boards Atmospheric Tanks general. centrifuges.1.6. Pressure storage vessels Weighing Equipment Special equipment its) (SafetylDisposal Aids (See section 13.01 2 digit sequential Number JI [ Equipment letter code for vessel (See Table 1) of major plant equipment.1) Pig receivers/launchers. reservoirs.
All internal package tag alpha codes shall be in accordance with this guideline. 210-12A-Ol PT-001. For example a generator would be tagged 210-12G-Ol the diesel engine of the same generator would be tagged 210-12GD-Ol and the gearbox of the same diesel engine would be tagged 210-12GDG-Ol. PT-003 etc. . The drawing will not show this prefix but will refer to a note on the drawing stating' All package tag numbers will be prefixed with 21O-12A-Ol (appropriate tag number) unless otherwise stated'. Each skid or vendor supplied package shall be given a tag identifier as shown in the following format: . Major equipment drivers and major components codes. V-03. 210-19EFM-02C. V-02.l-- 6. the fan motors would be tagged 210-19EFM-02A. 1T 2 digit sequential Number Equipment letter code for package/skid (See Table 1) Package equipment internal tag shall be prefixed with the actual package tag. Multiple modifiers can be used to identify items of equipment associated with each other. is combined with a second alpha char describe a major mechanical equipment driver / transmission item or major components requiring to be uniquely identified for maintenance or inspection purposes. TABLE 2. 210-19EF-02C etc.1 Major Equipment Drivers and Major Components A single alpha character as given in table I. . etc. 210-19EF-02B. 210-19EFM-02B. The physical tag plates will not show the package tag. 210-12 A-Ol AreaIPlant Code (Appendix A) System Code (Appendix B) ------' T__. etc.2 Skid Mounted Equipment and Vendor Supplied Packages Vendors supplying skids and packages shall be encouraged to tag the package internal equipinent components in accordance with this guideline. Examples of these tags are as follows: Example of package tag for Vessel: Example of package tag for Pressure TX : 210-12 A-OIV-Ol. 6. Code A B C Descri tion Air Motor Tube Bundle D E F G H Fan Gearbox H draulic Motor' Code M N R S T V X Descri tion Electric Motor Pneumatic Motor Rotor Stator Turbine Variable seed drive Exhaust The 2 digit sequential number for codes shown in table 2 should be the same as the number used for the item it is driving as explained in the following example: The diesel engine of pump 210-19P-OIA shall be tagged 210-19PD-OIA Plant equipment having multiple drivers or associated components shall have the same tag number and be suffixed with a letter as shown in the following example: Fans of heat exchanger 210-19E-02 shall be tagged 210-i9EF-02A. PT-002.
Pipeline Pipeline Service Oil crude Oil drain Oil fuel (Diesel) Oil lube Oil seal Oil hydraulic Hot Oil (Heat transfer oil) Gas Gas Gas Gas Gas Gas Gas process vent and flare fuel inert condensate refrigeration seal Code OC Service Codes Pipeline Service Water heating Water cooling Water injection Produced Water Air instrument / Supply Air service Airprocess / Utilities Air fire detection Air breathing Chemical injection Chemical glycol Chemical Methanol Foam Fire Mud kill Jet fuel Domestic drain Open Drain Closed Drain Sewage drain Code WH WC WI PW AI AS AP AF AB CI CG CM FF MK JF DD DO DC DS HI 00 OF OL OS OH HO GP GV GF GI GC GR GS SW SX Steam condensate Steam Water Water Water Water Water Water raw (sea water) tempered or treated potable (hot or cold) fire (fightin_g) service (hose stations) drain .2) Piping class [II] 3 digit Line Number Pipeline Service (See table 3) For data entry purposes to associated databases it is only necessary to enter the area/plant code. pipeline service and sequential line number. volume or temperature changes considerably. UEFD's following example: 6" 210 OC Nominal pipe size" AreaIPlant Code (See Appendix 1A) I PEFD's and isometrics shall be numbered as shown in the 001 CS1. either directly or indirectly via bridge. seen in the direction of flow. HF 7 . (See 7. WR WT WP WF WS WD Hypochlorite Injection Halon fire fighting . the numbering shall also be changed. Each line shall be numbered consecutively starting with the next available number and rising in increments of one.1 Identification of Piping and Pipelines Line Numbering Line numbers shown on P&Ids. . The process lines shall be numbered from apparatus to apparatus. will obtain line numbers corresponding to the unit of origin.8 H ~lnsulation . pipe rack or other routing systems. When the pressure.0 7. Outgoing pipelines from one plant / area / to another. For vertical vessels the numbering of the pipelines shall preferably start from the top.150. TABLE 3.7. The line number shall be unique for each line having the same plant code and pipeline service.
' The process lines shall be numbered from apparatus to apparatus. seen in the direction of flow. When the pressure.0 7. Outgoing pipelines from one plant / area / to another.1 Identification of Piping and Pipelines Line Numbering Line numbers shown on P&Ids. the numbering shall also be changed. The line number shall be unique for each line having the same plant code and pipeline service. will obtain line numbers corresponding to the unit of origin. Pipeline Pipeline Service Oil crude Oil drain Oil fuel (Diesel) Oil lube Oil seal Oil hydraulic Hot Oil (Heat transfer oil) Gas Gas Gas Gas Gas Gas Gas process vent and flare fuel inert condensate refrigeration seal Code OC OD OF OL OS OH HO GP GV GF GI GC GR GS SW SX Service Codes Steam condensate Steam Water Water Water Water Water Water raw (sea water) tempered or treated potable (hot or cold) fire (fighting) service (hose stations) drain WR WT WP WF WS WD . UEFD's PEFD's and isometrics shall be numbered following example: 6" 210 OC Nominal pipe size" AreaIPlant Code (See Appendix 1A) r as shown in the 001 CS1.h L 7. either directly or indirectly via bridge. Each line shall be numbered consecutively starting with the next available number and rising in increments of one.150.2) Piping class [II] Pipeline Service (See table 3) 3 digit Line Number For data entry purposes to associated databases it is only necessary to enter the area/plant code. pipe rack or other routing systems. volume or temperature changes considerably. pipeline service and sequential line number. TABLE 3.8H ~lnsulation (See 7. For vertical vessels the numbering of the pipelines shall preferably start from the top.
Refer to  .Insulation for personnel protection (Mineral wool) . Valve type codes Valve Type Code BV BFV CHV DV FA FHV Description Ball Valve Butterfly Valve Choke Valve Diaphragm Valve Flame Arrestor Fire Hydrant Valve Valve Type Description Code GLV Globe Valve OV _____ I--'Gate Valve 1 None Return. The designation PS"applies to all valves intended to protect against emergency pressure conditions regardless of whether the valveconstruction-and mode of operation place them in the category of the safety valve.Insulation to prevent surface condensation (Polyurethane foam) . A rupture disc is designated PSE.TGbV_-r-:-OO_l Sequential number Valve type code (Table 4) TABLE 4.Concrete for Subsea Lines stabilisation on sea bed 8..0 Identification of Valves .2 Line Insulation Codes Where lines are insulated the line insulation code shall be shown as in the following example: 210-6"GCOOl-3101 PC30..1 Hand Valves All hand operated valves of size 2" and above shown on ALL P&ID'S shall be uniquely tagged as shown in the following example: ArealPlant code --(Appendix A) .7. The abbreviations for insulation types are as follows: C PC PP H ECS . pressure safety valves and relief valves coded under the instrument discipline . relief valve.Hot insulation (Mineral wool) Electrical heat traced insulation (Mineral wool) ... All actuated valves. ¥!! .Cold insulation (Polyurethane foam) . are 8. . thermal relief valve or safety relief valve. In this example the PC 30 denotes 30mm thick insulation to prevent surface condensation.Valve (Check Valve) NRV NLV Needle Valve PLG Plug Valve Parallel slide Valve PLV .. ~ .
RAD RB RC RCU RMU RYA RYB RYC RYD RYE RYF RYG RYH RYJ RYKI RYL RYM RYN Rye> RYP RYQ RYR RYS RYT RYU SA SB SFU SKT SJB SS ST SW SWF THT TR U UPSAC UPSDC VSDS WC WSKT I \ I II - ( 1. O/C Protection Relay Rev Act Power Protection Relay Field Fail Protection Relay ON Protection Relay.9.) '-------Hectricalldentifier TABLE 5.-1 .1) Switch Junction Box Selector Switch Starter Safetv Switch Switch Oil Fuse Trace Heating Tape Transformer Humidifier Un-interruptible Power Supply .DC Variable Speed Drive System Water Cooler (Domestic) Welding Socket (Sec 9..T T 30 B. AreaIPlant code (See Appendix A) System code (See Appendix B) _j f.01 --- L ..1) .1 O/C Protection Relay Motor Protection Relay Restr Earth Protection Relay OIC Extra inverse Protection Relay Very inverse earth fault Protection Relay Pilot Wire Differential Feeder Zero Sequence O/C U & ONolt Protection Relay Lockout Relay Trip Circuit Supervision Relay Surge Arrestor Switch Board Switch Fuse Unit Socket Outlet (See 9. Emergency Light Earth Links '.J / 2 digit sequential number (See Table 5.0 Identification Electrical Equipment Electrical Equipment shall be identified as shown in the following example . Earth Pits Earth Ring Main II Fan Coil Unit J Flood Light Generator Control Panel Helideck Warning Lights Hand Switch Induction Unit Invertor Isolating Switch IS Limiter Electrical Junction Box Lighting Junction Box Kitchen Equipment Laundry Equipment Lighting Array Lighting Power Supply DB Light Fitting (See 9.AC Un-interruptible Power Supply .1) Marshalling Box Main Distribution Board Main Earth Main Sw itch Board Neutral Earth Neutral Earth Resistor Push Button Station Power Supply Unit I Description Reactor Radiator Relay Box Rectifier Charge Unit Remote Control Unit Ring Main Unit Differential Protection Relay Voltage rest. Code RA Description Alternator Battery Bank Battery Charger Bus Duct Storage Battery Circuit Breaker Contactor Cathodic Protection Station Distribution Board Domestic Appliances (Miscellaneous) DC Secure Power supply Electrical Control Panel Emergency Distribution Board Electrical Heater . Letter Codes for identification Code ALT BB BC BD BY CB CON CPS DB DE DCSPS ECP EDB EH EMGLIG EL EP ERM FCFLDLIG GCP HELLIG HS ID INV IS ISL JBE JBL KCHEN LNDRY LA LB LF MB MDB ME MSB NE NER PBS PSU of electrical equipment.. Neg Phase sequence Protection Relay Earth Fault Protection Relay Check Synchronising Relay Timel Delay Protection Relay Trip Supply Monitor Relay No.
.I AreaJPlant code (See Appendix .22- 1 210-E LP-Or A~ ~ .. NOTE: It is riot recommended to produce nameplates ..1 Coding for Typical Lighting Sy terns and Sockets Schematic 21 0-30DB-O I I I I ---.LP (See table 6) for electrical cables will not incorporate a system numb~ UJlV numbers shall be unique for each cable having the same cable code. P~·II vnl iA?t fWfr TABLE 6.~~I rZ'( rV/U2i/ --1 ~ r".. 210-30DB-Ol-IR-LF2-lB .. \ hD Vi) l'O Dt) (. intended for circuit and single line diagrams.2 Identification of Electrical Cables fO~~I=ctrical ~~~Ies i~IIY ~ ._._--- (MAIN CIRCUIT 0-30DB-OI-IR~O-30DB-Ol-IR-LFI-JB 2IO-30DB-OI-IR-LF3-JB r JB) .....9.. The above coding is 9.__-/. for each device as shown above.. 3 digit sequential Number able code . Electrical Prefix Code HD LD HP LP DP PC Description High voltage distribution Low vo~e distribution High voltage power Low voltage power Direct current power Power control combined cable codes Prefix Code C L E CP TH Remarks 1000 VAC 1000 VAC 1000 VAC 1000 VAC DC 415 V 1240 V AC IDescription Control Lighting Earthing Cathodic protection Trace Heating > < > < II . system code will be 30.LF1 Q-1\_ I\ L21O-30DB-OI-IR-LF2.".. ' ?!0-30D~'Q~~. 21 0-30DB-O 1-1R-LF4 210-30 DB-01-1R-LFI-C_ Distribution Way Number Board Number Fitting JB Light Fitting Number r[ Sockets (SKT~ and Welding Sockets (WSKT) shall be identified in the same manner as above...... -------. LF will be replaced with SKT for standard sockets and WSKT for welding sockets. ~ ~ as follows: Identification 2" Al HIlle" Electrical Note: Tag numbers The sequential 0 ~t:~~~ft:> f&.
2 with the additional suffix to identify the phases as follows: 210-EHD-OOI R. 210-EHD-OOl-2 etc.2 with the addition of a suffix as shown in the following example: 210-EHD-001-1.210-EHD-OOI B 9.1 Identification of Trefoil Cables Trefoil cables shall be identified as section 9.9. 12 .2 Identification of Parallel Cables Parallel cables in a circuit shall be identified as section 9.2. 210-EHD-OOI Y.2.
001 ~sequence .10. An example of the tag string is shown as follows: _IAreaIPlant Code (See Appendix A) System code (See Appendix B) 5 HAB. Number Letter code (Table 7) TABLE 7. liguid Pressure control damper Moisture eliminator Cyclone Condenser Refrigeration com_pressor Chiller Unit Code HCP HDB HHU HEH HEV HFD HGE HGS HHF HID Description HVAC Control panel Diverter Box Constant volume reheat unit Heating coil-electric/Ouct Heater Evaporator Fire and Gas damper Extract/grill diffuser Supply/grill diffuser Humidifier Isolating damper Code HLH HMF HND HSA HSD HAL HTU HVD HWH HWL Description Heating coil-liquid Fan & motor Non-return damper Sound attenuator Shut off damper Sand Trap Louver Terminal reheat unit Volume control damper Water heater (Calorifier) Weather louver .0 Identification of HVAC Mechanical and Electrical Equipment HVAC mechanical and electrical equipment will be assigned a prefix-using letter 'H' as a primary identifier. as shown in table 7. HV AC Mechanical and Electrical Equipment Codes Code HAC HAF HAH HBF HCC HCD HCF HCL HCN HCO HCU Description Air conditioning unit Air filter Air handling unit Air washer Cooling coil.
Dimension X Axis Y Axis Z Axis Integrate or totalise E F G H I J K L M (MOV) N 0 p Q User's Choice Orifice (RO) Point (test) connection User's Choice User's Choice R S Recording Switching (sequence) control Transmitting Multifunctioning Valve.1) Vibration Weight or force Unclassified Event. Vacuum' Quantity Radiation Speed or frequency Temperature Function Blocks (11. Covert Driver. Damper.1 Identification of Instrument Functions Identification for instrumentation is as follows: j-f Area/Plant Code (See Appendix ~ System Code (See Appendix B) PT-OOI I I 3-digit sequential serial number . Actuator. Unclassified Final Control Element. Unclassified Z Ii . Combustion Conductivity (Electrical) Density or specific gravity Voltage (EMF) Flow Rate Position. Multifunctionlng Multifunctioning T U V W X y Unclassified . Intermediate High User's Choice User's Choice Succeeding letter(s) Modifier Output Function A B C D Analysis Bumer. Running Hand (manually Initiated) Current (Electrical) Power Sequential control or time programming Level Users Choice Motor operated valve User's Choice Users Choice Pressure. Compute.0 Identification of Instrumentation 11. Louver Well Unclassified Relay.11. State or presence Position. Instrument function letter code (See table 8) TABLE 8 Letter Code For Identification Of Instrument Functions First Letter Measured variable or Initiated Modifier Readout or passive function Alarm Status Display Control Differential Sensor ( Primary Element) Ratio (Fraction) "Indicating (gauge) High Indicate Scan Time rate of change Light Momentary Control Station Low Middle.
0) 11.) The instrument function letters will be in accordance with table 8. however . PG and TG) and RO'S (restriction orifices) which are to be separately sequentially tagged. FHC for flow hand control etc. (Refer Section 5. Instrument serial numbers shall be sequential by the first letter on the instrument function code within the same system.001 -2 Multicore Cable 210 -IE . a note shall be added to the drawing stating: . 3 digit sequential Number ble Code (See Table 9) a system number. with the exception of gauges (LG. Function blocks shall be tagged with function alpha code 'UZ'. Function letter codes for hand controllers shall be prefixed with the first letter of the controlling function. shall be prefixed with the AreaIPlant number in which the transmitter is located.001 . The associated shutdown/on-off valve shall be tagged 'UZY' and use the same sequence number as the initiating solenoid valve. Example of multi core cable numbering from a single junction box. ---1 for instrument cables will not incorporate number shall be unique for cables having the same area/plant code and same cable code. The method used to indicate shutdown loop tags will be by using the double letter for high. the recognition of maintenance indicated outside the tag bubble on the P&ID's by adding the note MOS.11. Fig 2.2 Identification Identification oflnstrument Multicore Cables of Instrument Cables is as follows: AreaIPlant COde (See Appendix A) Instrument Note: Tag numbers The sequential 3 210- IE-e_ -c . It is not necessary to show the Area/Plant number prefix at each instrument tag bubble on P&ID'S. The associated solenoid valves shall be tagged 'UZ' and continue with the next sequence number from the function block.0) System codes shall appear in the instrument tag bubble on P&ID's as shown in the following examPle(ID' 11 . (See also section 5. 2. PSHH and PSLL. ego PHC for pressure hand control. The user shall refer to  for specific explanatory guidance. Tag Numbers of instrument loops dispersed between Plants.e. Where more than one multicore cable is connected to a junction box the cables shall be numbered as in the example fig. The sequential number of the multi core cable shall be the same as the sequential number of the junction box to which it is terminated. low etc i.1 Identification ofInstrument Functions (Cont.001 -3 210-IJ8 E . PT 001 override shall be Maintenance override switches shall be tagged HS.All instruments shall be prefixed with 210 (appropriate Plant number) unless otherwise indicated. Multicore Cable 210 -IE -001 -1 Instrument Junction Box Multicore Cable 210 -IE .
001 seque~ce Number Corrosion Coupon ..I==TELECOM T-TRAY F= FIRE &GAS X-TRANSIT E = ELECTRICAL U ..RACK SERVICE LEVEL: I == .. The associated marshalling cabinets will be tagged 'MC' and use the same sequence number of the associated system cabinets utilising a single digit sequential suffix as required. and Coupons . _:rSystem code (Appendix B) 12..ELECTRI CAL .. The tag string is made up as follows: AreaIPlant Code (Appendix A) ..6 Identification • • of Corrosion Probes XCC XCP -.UNDER GROUND ROUTING P .. SCADA cabinets will be tagged as 'SC'. See example below: Package Equipment ~ag 210-19A-04 . Examples of Panel/Cabinet Code ACP CSL FGP HSSD IRC LGB LP MC MCP Code MP MTU RTU SC SDS VMP VW WKS Codes are as follows Descri tion Mimic Panel Main Telemet Unit Auxilia Control Console Fire and Gas Panel Hi Work Station Main Control Panel Tagging of ESD.1AP~n raceway Number St~~liU.5. r- ¥ :equence Number cal Panel 11. 11." TABLE 10.1 Local Panels & Gauge Boards for Package Equipment -----> ~~ tolJ~L p)JJJt~~ Where local panels and gauge boards are exclusively associated with a package equipment item they shall be prefixed with the equipment items tag number..0 Identification of Raceways -~o - fL t-T Raceways for cable routing are identified as follow~: 210-R AreaIPlant Code (Appendix A~ Raceway Type RACEWAY TYPES: --I rnr cAm 1\ZIly. system cabinets. ~sequential Service Level INSTRUMENT R . = Corrosion Coupon = Corrosion Probe 210 -19 XCC . DCS.
0 Identification of Telecommunications Equipment Identification of Telecommunication Equipment AreaIPlant Code (See Appendix A) System code (See Appendix B) _J ~ T shall be as follows: -46 1T -C_ L JXT.14. Telecommunication Code ns JMDF JMF JMH JMM JMSE JODF JPA JPABX JPC JPSU JPTZ JRA JRAM JRBC JRC JRFM JRM JRT JS JSDH JVA JYC JVLC JX JXB JXC JXCC JXCM JXCT Description Air Ground Audio terminal outlet Telecommunications Junction Box Audio Telecommunications Junction Box Coaxial Cable Digital Distribution Frame Telecom Earth Bar Engineering Order Wire Intermediate Distribution Frame Intercom Station Telecommunications Main Distribution Frame First Order Digital Multiplexer High Order Digital Multiplexer Modem Intercom Master Station Exchange Optical Distribution Frame Public Address Amplifier Private Automatic Branch Exchange Public Address Access Unit / Control Panel Power Supply / Distribution Unit CCTV PTZ Assembly Radio Antenna Radio AM Battery Charger Radio Control Unit RadioFM Radio Microwave Radio Terminal Telecom SUJ)(!rvisory SDH Equipment Video Line Amplifier Video Cross Bar (Exchange) Video Line Corrector Telecommunications Cable (JXX for fibre optic) Talk Back Equipment Camera Assembly / CCTY Camera CCTV Console I Controller CCTY Monitor CCTYRack . 17 .001 3 digit sequential serial number Telecommunications (Table 13) Equipment Identification letter code TABLE Letter Code JAG· JATO JBA JBX JCX JDDF JEB JEOW JIDF 13.
13.44 RBA .0 Identification of Rescue and Safety Equipment Rescue and safety equipment will be identified as follows: .--e Plant Code ~---r (See APpendi~ System Code· (See Appendix B) TABLE 11 R escue equipment Description Code Breathing air cylinder RBA First Aid Kit RFA Lifebuoy RLB Life jacket RLJ RLR Life raft Lifeboat RSC RSTSt recher 210 . Beacons Lantern Leading Lights Windsock " .1 Identification of Navigational Aids In addition to primary descriptor N (see table 1) a 'secondary identifier will be used to allow the identification of the following: ' NBY NBN NLA NLL NWS Buoys.001 T L Sequence Number Letter code (Table II & 12) TABLE 12 Sa rety equipment Code Description sec C02 cylinder ses C02 skid SDV Deluge sprinkler skid SEBErre rgency Eyebath SFXF ire extinguisher SFK Fireman's equipment (Cabinet) SFS Foam skid Halon cylinder SHA Hydrant Equipment SHE SHR Hose reel SHS Halon skid SHY Hydrant SMO Monitor ty shower I eyebath (Combined) SSHSa e SSR Emergency Shower 13.
the second 02 etc. der in ci it evice or er in circui Circuit number Fire Zone number shall be a two-digit identifier starting at 01 and rising in increments of] . The first device in the circuit will be suffixed 0 I.12 EOL • 19 .55 SDO 03 . The last device in a line monitoring circuit shall be suffixed with the letters EOL to identify the fitted end-of-line resistor.TABLE 13. for each The circuit identification shall be a two-digit identifier starting at 01 and rising in increments of I for each separate circuit chain.) Letter Code JXD JXEQ JXH JXL JXM JXR JXSK JXT JXTA JXTB JXTE JXTH JXTL JXTR JXTS JXTV JXU JXX JXXS 15. B) ~210-55 03-r-j' SDO D. Telecommunication Equipment Identification Code (Cont. Example:210 .01.0 Identification of Fire Description Fibre Driver Telecommunications Equipment Rack High Powered Loud Speaker Low powered Loud Speaker Medium powered Loud Speaker Radar Telephone Socket Telephone Telephone Booth Telephone Bell Telephone explosion proof Telephone Hood Fibre OPtic Terminal Equipment Telephone Relay Telephone Lamp Flashing Cable TV Antenna Miscellaneous Telecommunications Equipment Telecom Fibre Optic Cables Fibre optic Cable Splice System in Circuit Chains and Gas Detection 15.1 Identification Identification of Fire and Gas Devices Installed of Fire and Gas Devices installed in circuit chains shall be as follows: Area!Plantcode (See Appendix A) System code (See Appendix Device code -SDO (See Table 14) The fire zone identification fire zone.
as individual circuits shall be as follows: 210 . the same device code.2 Identification of Fire and Gas Devices Installed as Individual Circuits Identification of Fire and Gas Devices installed.-------' The fire zone identification shall be a two-digit identifier starting at 0 I and rising in increments of I for each fire zone.55 GDF 03 .2 For Fire and Gas Junction Boxes refer to section 11. and the same fire zone number. Fire and Gas Identification Codes Description Of Device Manual Alarm Call Point C02 Pre Discharge Audible Alarm C02 Pre Discharge Visual Alarm C02 Status Light Deluge Manual Release Point .999) Serial numbers shall be unique in each group of devices having the same plant code.1 TABLE 14.) Heat Detector Rate of Rise Oil Mist Detector Smoke Detector Ionisation Smoke Detector (Optical) Siren Bell Lamp Solenoid Air Sampling Unit Code HOC HDF HOR OMD SDI SDO SI SL XL XV ASU 15. the tag number shall be suffixed with the letters EOL to identify the fitted end of line resistor.g.5 . Electro Magnetic Device End Of Line Resistor Flame Detector (lR) Flame Detector Ultra Violet General Alarm Gas Detector Flammable Gas Detector Toxic (H2S) Code MAC COAA COVA COXL DEL ES EOL FDI FDU GA GDF GDT Description Of Device Heat Detector (Rate Compensated) Heat Detector Fixed (Temp.15.003 AreaIPlant code (See Appendix A) T-l L' 3 digit sequential number Fire Zone number System code (See Appendix B Device code (Table 14). e. Junction Boxes and Panels For Fire and Gas Cables refer to section 11. See example in section 15. If line monitoring is required on a single device.3 Identification of Fire and Gas Cables.3 For Fire and Gas Panel refer to section 11. The sequential serial number shall consist of 3 digits. (001 .
0029.07.07. refer to the custodian of this guideline.07.0027 ES.07.0021.07.0028 ES.0027.0.07. . [5) ES.Dukhan Arab 'D' Gas Recycling Plant Equipment Tag Identifiers .0028.0.0 Existing QP Tagging Systems The following table references existing tagging systems being used on existing plants within QP.0. [6) ES.Ras Laffan Industrial City Plant Equipment Tag Identifiers . [7) ES. [4) ES. ES.0026.Dukhan General [2) QP-DUK-PRC-P-002 [3) ES. Plant Equipment Tag Identifiers .RAA & Offshore Production Plant Equipment Tag Identifiers .0026 ES . 18.07.0025.07.0. Plant Equipment Tag Identifiers .Mesaieed NGLlI.0. the user is required to first check with the custodian of this document to find out the latest 'Revision Status' with respect to the above bibliographic list.16. NGLI2 & GDS Plant Equipment Tag Identifiers .07.0 Revision History Log For history log details.Offshore North Field PS-4 Plant Equipment Tag Identifiers .0.0. Any deviation must obtain prior written approval from its custodian.0.0 Approval to Deviate Strict compliance with this standard 'guideline is required.0029 17.0.l American National Standard Instrument Symbols and Identification As all references are subject to change from time to time.0 Bibliography [I) ES.07.0.Mesaieed NGLl3 & Onshore NFGP Facilities  ISA-SS. 19.
0025 Reserved Refer QP-DUK-PRC-P-OO] Hazardous Waste Treatment Centre Tank Farm Marine Terminal Export Berth Crushed Stone Import Facilities Gate House N.Reserved Reserved Gas Bottling Plan Industrial Area . Area / Plant codes are as follows: Area Code First Digit 0 1 2 3 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 Qatar Area description Reserved for future use.102 to 99'\ for the reserved second two digits shall be addressed . .General / Plant Code Second Two Digits 0] to 99 0] to 99 0] to 99 0] to 99 0] 02 03 04 05 06 07t099 0] to 99 01 02 03 04 05 06 to 99 0] to 99 0] to 99 0] .0. The table below gives a list of Area / plant codes.Appendix A Area / Plant Codes The first digit of the area/plant code will represent the geographical area within the State of Qatar. or facility. 5 6 6 6 6 6 6 7 8 9 9 Written Qatar Countryside requests .ReserVed/ --to the custodian (EE).07.2 BCD-3] .General . Reserved Reserved for PS-] Associated Facilities Reserved for PS-2 Associated Facilities Reserved for PS-2 Associated Facilities Reserved for PS-4 Reserved for Halul island Reserved . Ras Laffan Al-Khor Reserved for Dukhan Fields Mesaieed Mesaieed Mesaieed Mesaieed Mesaieed Mesaieed RAA Territorial waters (offshore including islands) Territorial waters (offshore including islands) Territorial waters (offshore including islands) Territorial waters (offshore including islands) Territorial waters (offshore including islands) Territorial waters (offshore including islands) Border Stations and pipelines Wakrah Qatar Countryside .-- Remarks Reserved Refer ES. The second two digits shall be specific for each plant/production complex.
..Process (For Well injection see system 'code 03) Reception Facilities Launcher and Receiver / PigingFacilities Butane Merox Gasoline Merox Propane Merox Process Common Facilities Gas Compression Gas Dehydration Degassing Gas Distribution . 00 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 ..Equipment Items.Propaniser - _. Code .Water or Gas (See system code 42 for Chemical Injection & 04 for Process Gas) Gas Injection . seal gas.. -~.. HVAC Telecommunications Control Systems ..Industrial/domestic (GDS) .. ~'" Appendix B System Codes System description General.e.. Drains .Plant Monitoring and Control (DCS) De-Ethaniser De...Distribution (See system code 85 for Power Transmission Over Head Lines) .Incoming Pipelines Caustic Regeneration Condensate Flash Stabitisation NGL Extraction Gas Conditioning FlarelBum Pit Sea Water Supply for Water Treatment Sea Water Supply for Cooling Effluent Treatment Sewage and Sanitary Treatment I._ .Process Related (See also system code 63) Glycol Regeneration Hot Oil Chemical Injection Mechanical Handling Safety ..None Process Related Process Train 1 Process Train 2 Well Injection .. Ir 2J Continued over: . hose reels etc.rf. utilities.Pota5le Water\ "EUianelERG Propane Butane / Fractionation MethanelMRG Water Treatment / Steam Generation (See also system code 77) Power Generation. Hot Water _Cooling Water (Fresh) . purge..fireWater and Foam System 1 IiPotable Water fortFire'F!gmlng~ J Diesel Fuel Fuel Gas Instrument /Utilityand Plant Air Inert Gas (Nitrogen) i.
Pollution & Analvsis Formation Water Disposal Oil Production System '-Power Transmission O_.A.Landfill & Stabilisation Waste Treatment . Break waters.Appendix B System Codes (Cont.) system' Navigation Aids Crude Oil System C5 + Condensate/Gasoline/Naphtha Helifuel Storm Water Drains} De-Methani ser Amine Sweetening Amine Regeneration Sulphur Recovery Refrigeration Glycol Extraction Vent Gas & Closed Drain Disposal (For flare systems see code 19) Product Slop Product Cooling ADIPlRegeneration Liquid Product Dehydration Export Storage Desalination . irrigation Systems ( Flash Gas Vapour Compression ( See system code II for Gas Compression) Water Boost Acid Gas Recovery Spare Spare Spare Spare Spare Spare Spare Spare 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63-"'1 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 79 80 81 82 83 84 85 86 87 88 89 90 91 92 93 94 95 .Land farming & Stabilisation Waste Treatment .Incineration Fire & Gas Detection System Hypochlorite Generation Waste Heat recovery Breathing Air (B. Harbour. 96 97 98 99 .-l H Marine Structures .Quality Monitoring Instrumentation includes Environmental.Emergency Shutdown ESD Domestic & Recreational Equipment Buildings/Accommodations /StructureslRoads (See also system code 86) Workshop QMI .Dematerialization Plant Safeguarding Systems .Liquid Waste Treatment .) Waste Treatment . Jetties etc.Solidification & Stabilisation Waste Treatment .yer ead~Lines.Berths.
say for maintenance reasons. This includes such items as transmitters.. etc) . Press Tx (21PT345) Press CV (21PCV345) ~. . switches. to ensure that all associated interconnecting cables remain safety terminated. junction boxes.Identifying Fieldbus Items Where it is decided to implement a "fieldbus" technology (eg Profibus.L Instrument --:<:210lD067-1~ Digital .Appendix C . A comparison between the traditional and modem (field bus) tagging conventions is shown below :- 1 pair cables. etc) then all field-mounted items shall be treated in exactly the same way as any other field-mounted (non-fieldbus) item.. These "additional" junction boxes would consequentially increase the site overhead (to maintain hazardous area certification compliance. Junction Box -(210lD067-2r(210IJBD-067) Marshalling Cabinet (210MC-08) 24Vdc power cable prefixed by JB tag Instrument Loop Tagging Convention (Field bus/Modern) Note that "daisy-chaining" of interconnecting cables between fieldbus devices is not recommended.End of document - . each numbered by device tag Multicore cable numbered by JB tag Press Tx (21PT345) Press CV (21PCV345) 1--+ j ~ Instrument Analogue Junction Box (210IJBA-067) H210IA-067)-- Marshalling Cabinet (210MC-08) Instrument Loop Tagging Convention (ExistinglTraditional) 1 pair cables. and for the lifetime of the facility.2 x pair cable prefixed by JB tag . cables. Fieldbus Foundation. It would necessitate the installation of some form of junction box per fieldbus device in order to allow removal of the device at some later date. valves and the like (note that junction boxes shall be prefixed D to indicate their discrete/digital signal carrying nature).. each num bere~ by device ! 1 . converters.