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Engineering numbering system - CENS

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Contents
1

Objective, target group and provision.....................................................................................................................7


1.1
Objective................................................................................................................................ 7
1.2
Warrant .................................................................................................................................. 7
1.3
Previous document................................................................................................................. 7
1.3.1 Traceability ............................................................................................................................ 7
1.3.2 Amendment review ................................................................................................................ 8
1.4
Publishing and follow-up ....................................................................................................... 8
1.4.1 Boundaries, limits and exclusions .......................................................................................... 8
1.4.2 Implementation ...................................................................................................................... 8
1.4.3 Follow-up .............................................................................................................................. 9

HSE and quality...................................................................................................................................................................9


2.1
Ergonomics ............................................................................................................................ 9
2.2
Requirements for quality management and assurance............................................................ 9
2.2.1 Allocation of codes................................................................................................................. 9
2.2.2 Amendments........................................................................................................................ 10
2.3
Additional requirements for review ...................................................................................... 10
2.4
Documentation..................................................................................................................... 10

Document coding............................................................................................................................................................ 10
3.1
Scope ................................................................................................................................... 10
3.2
Document code format......................................................................................................... 11
3.3
Document coding interface to other facilities .................................................................... 11
3.4
Attributes ............................................................................................................................. 12
3.4.1 Mandatory attributes ............................................................................................................ 12
3.4.2 Informative attributes........................................................................................................... 12
3.5
Manufacturer information .................................................................................................... 12
3.5.1 Document codes .................................................................................................................. 12
3.6
Acceptance codes................................................................................................................. 13
3.6.1 Originator codes .................................................................................................................. 13

Tag coding ......................................................................................................................................................................... 15


4.1
Functional location ............................................................................................................... 15
4.1.1 Scope ................................................................................................................................... 15
4.1.2 Registration.......................................................................................................................... 16
4.1.3 Tag code formats ................................................................................................................. 16
4.2
Main equipment ................................................................................................................... 16
4.3
Tag coding interface to other facilities............................................................................... 18
4.4
Piping................................................................................................................................... 18
4.4.1 General ................................................................................................................................ 18
4.4.2 Pipes .................................................................................................................................... 18
4.4.3 Lines [HOLD] ........................................................................................................................ 19
4.4.4 Pipe supports ....................................................................................................................... 20
4.4.5 Valves and special items ...................................................................................................... 21
4.5
Field equipment related to tagged main equipment ............................................................. 22
4.6
Electrical .............................................................................................................................. 23
4.6.1 Electrical cables.................................................................................................................... 23
4.6.2 Electrical field equipment ..................................................................................................... 24
4.7
Automation .......................................................................................................................... 26
4.7.1 Instrument cables................................................................................................................. 26
4.7.2 Automation field equipment................................................................................................. 28
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4.8
Telecommunication .............................................................................................................. 29
4.8.1 Telecommunication cables ................................................................................................... 29
4.8.2 Telecommunication field equipment .................................................................................... 29
5

Colour coding ................................................................................................................................................................... 30

Definitions and abbreviations .................................................................................................................................. 30


6.1
Definitions ........................................................................................................................... 30
6.2
Symbols and abbreviations................................................................................................... 31

Modifications to previous version .......................................................................................................................... 32

References ......................................................................................................................................................................... 32

App A

System codes .................................................................................................................................................................... 34


A.1
General................................................................................................................................ 34

App B

Function and type codes ............................................................................................................................................. 39


B.1
Scope................................................................................................................................... 39
B.2
Function and type codes main equipment ........................................................................ 39
B.2.1 List of function codes (first letter) for main equipment ................................................... 39
B.2.2 List of type codes (second letter) for main equipment..................................................... 40
B.3
Function and type codes automation ................................................................................ 46
B.3.1 Function and type codes instruments (ref. ANSI/ISA-S5.1) .............................................. 46
B.3.2 Function and type codes F&G detection [HOLD] ............................................................... 57
B.4
Type codes telecom. field equipment (third letter)........................................................... 57
B.5
Type codes field equipment............................................................................................... 58
B.5.1 Type codes drivers ............................................................................................................. 58
B.5.2 Type codes cables .............................................................................................................. 58
B.5.3 Type codes small power consumers ................................................................................. 59
B.5.4 Voltage level ....................................................................................................................... 59

App C

Discipline codes .............................................................................................................................................................. 60

App D

Document codes.............................................................................................................................................................. 62
D.1
List of document group codes ........................................................................................... 62
D.2
A - Economic documentation ............................................................................................ 62
D.3
C - Calculations.................................................................................................................. 62
D.4
D - Technical data.............................................................................................................. 62
D.5
F - Criteria documentation ................................................................................................ 62
D.6
G - Regulations .................................................................................................................. 63
D.7
K - Governing documents.................................................................................................. 63
D.8
L - Lists .............................................................................................................................. 63
D.9
M - Manuals........................................................................................................................ 63
D.10 P - Contracts ...................................................................................................................... 63
D.11 R - Reports ......................................................................................................................... 63
D.12 S - Specifications and standards ....................................................................................... 64
D.13 T - Plans ............................................................................................................................. 64
D.14 V - Verifying documentation ............................................................................................. 64
D.15 W - Inspection and maintenance documentation ............................................................. 64
D.16 X - Drawings ...................................................................................................................... 64
D.17 Z - EDP documentation ...................................................................................................... 65

App E

Area codes [HOLD]......................................................................................................................................................... 66


E.1
General................................................................................................................................ 66

App F

Product service codes, incl. colour coding .......................................................................................................... 70


F.1
Objective, target group and provision .................................................................................. 70
F.2
General ................................................................................................................................ 70
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F.3
F.3.1
F.3.2
F.3.3
F.3.4
F.3.5
F.4
F.4.1
F.5
F.6
F.7
F.7.1
F.7.2
F.7.3
F.7.4
F.7.5
F.7.6
F.7.7
F.7.8
F.7.9
F.7.10
F.8
F.9
F.9.1

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Safety Equipment ................................................................................................................. 70


Warning of Danger ............................................................................................................... 70
Emergency Equipment.......................................................................................................... 70
Emergency Showers.............................................................................................................. 70
Escape Routes ...................................................................................................................... 71
Emergency Stop Switches & Blow Down Valves ..................................................................... 71
Poisonous/Asphyxiating Medium ......................................................................................... 71
N2 and CO2 Gases ................................................................................................................. 71
Emergency, Safety, Warning Signposts ................................................................................. 71
Chemicals ............................................................................................................................ 72
TAG-numbering, Nameplate and Sign post .......................................................................... 72
Static Process Equipment and Storage Tanks........................................................................ 72
Valves .................................................................................................................................. 72
Rotating equipment (machinery) .......................................................................................... 73
Piping................................................................................................................................... 73
Sample Points....................................................................................................................... 73
Utility Stations (Water, air, N2 etc.) ....................................................................................... 73
Spades ................................................................................................................................. 73
Storm Water & Oily Water Manhole (SW & OW) ...................................................................... 73
Buildings .............................................................................................................................. 74
Spreader beams ................................................................................................................... 74
Sign & Nameplate Materials.................................................................................................. 74
Colour selection schedule .................................................................................................... 74
Informative References......................................................................................................... 75

App G

Block allocation of sequence nos. ........................................................................................................................... 76

App H

Tag format summary [HOLD].................................................................................................................................... 77


H.1
General................................................................................................................................ 77
H.2
Tag code formats ............................................................................................................... 77
H.3
Tag code appendix formats ............................................................................................... 79

App I

Originator code details ................................................................................................................................................ 81


I.1
Contractor originator codes............................................................................................... 81
I.2
Subcontractor originator code ........................................................................................... 81
I.3
Supplier originator code (PO number)............................................................................... 81

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Objective, target group and provision

This document, the CCM Engineering Numbering System (CENS), describes the standardized
numbering systems for numbering of technical documents, drawings and equipments associated
with CCM.
CENS is based on the STATOIL engineering numbering system for oil and gas producing facilities,
TR0052, and revised to reflect specific needs for the CCM installation. It therefore replaces the
general TR0052 Statoil engineering numbering system oil and gas production facilities, version 2.03, valid
from 2010-09-02.

1.1

Objective

The objective of CENS is to define a clear and unambiguous document and tag coding in order to
ensure that the user obtains documentation and equipment with the required document and tag
code during all phases, i.e. concept, engineering, fabrication, installation, commissioning,
operation, inspection, maintenance and modification, as a result of a positive cost effect by use of
CENS. In order to achieve these objectives CENS shall:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.

1.2

Be as complete as necessary within the limits specified by its scope.


Be consistent, clear and accurate.
Take full account of the state of the art within disciplines.
Not be a limiting factor for future technological development.
Be comprehensible to qualified persons who have not participated in its preparation.
Be communicated throughout the project.

Warrant

Reference is made to the following warrant documents:


NPDs regulation Prosess- og sttteanlegg i petroleumsvirksomheten.
Anleggsdrift, vedlikehold og modifikasjoner (AR12) (Statoil Group/All locations/On- and
offshore)
D&V 8.0 Teknisk informasjon, 1 prosesskart (WR0158) (Statoil Group/All locations/On- and offshore)

1.3

Previous document

1.3.1

Traceability

CENS is based upon TR0052 Statoil engineering numbering system oil and gas production
facilities, version 2.03, valid from 2010-09-02.
TR0052 version 1 linked to OGPF-PTT-Z-SA-0001 Rev. 01 approved 1999-11-22.

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1.3.2

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Amendment review

This is the first issue of CENS

1.4

Publishing and follow-up

1.4.1

Boundaries, limits and exclusions

This TR is valid for within the capture plant battery limits.


Technical documents and tagged items are coded by allocation of a document identification code
and tag code, and also a mandatory attribute registered in Statoil's or engineering contractor's
technical information and documentation system when appropriate.
Document and tag code have a structured unique reference no. within a plant, by which a
document or tagged item is referred to. Mandatory attributes contain those properties or coding
elements for a document or tagged item, which are not included within the identification code,
but shall be considered when coding in a uniform manner is required. Ref. is made to the relevant
formats.
For coding of articles and bulk materials reference is made to NORSOK Z-002.

1.4.2

Implementation

CENS has been developed for document and tag coding for use in the CCM development project
and its future modification projects, within the capture plant battery limits.
Amendments to the project's CENS shall be:
1. Efficiently controlled in all contracts across the project by an appointed CENS
administrator.
2. Formally raised and evaluated by the project and/or the responsible organisation.
3. Approved or rejected when appropriate by the project and/or the responsible
organisation.
4. Included in all contracts and CENS where appropriate.
5. Implemented by relevant contractors without progress delay.
6. Formally documented.
In order that an amendment can be approved in all contracts across the project, the following
criteria shall be satisfied:
1. It must be necessary to complete the work.
2. It must result in minimal cost impact.
3. It must lead to neutral or improved schedule impact.

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Follow-up

The organisation unit for implementation and maintenance of technical information and
documentation in the operational units is delegated the authority to maintain the CENS. Until such
operational unit is established, this authority rests with the CCM Project organization.
To achieve safe and optimal operation this CENS shall be updated regularely and as a minimum
be revised each year based on e.g. the following input:
a)
b)
c)
d)
e)

Change in governing documents.


Desitions at lowest level.
Proposal from the users.
Observed users experiences.
Experience feed back from maintenance and modification contractors, projects and suppliers.

New revisions shall be distributed for comments to all functions, organisation units and any
contractors and suppliers.

HSE and quality

2.1

Ergonomics

Reference is made to ISO 6385.

2.2

Requirements for quality management and assurance

2.2.1

Allocation of codes

All code enquiries from any person or function from a contractor, operational unit and
modification projects, shall be documented and submitted to the CENS administrator. As a
minimum the following information shall be presented to the CENS administrator prior to any
reservation:
a)
b)
c)
d)
e)
f)
g)

Enquiry date.
Readable name, position and organisation of the originator.
Originator's communication system, e.g. tel. no., faxes. no. or E-mail address.
Justification.
Function and type codes.
System codes.
Project number.

As a single point of contact the CENS administrator shall ensure that:


a) Codes are reserved and allocated prior to implementation in projects.
b) Codes are controlled an implemented in Statoil's technical information and documentation
system.
c) Any problems in connection with the coding are communicated to, evaluated, verified and
qualified by the responsible discipline.

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d) Sequence numbers, or block of sequence numbers, are allocated in accordance with CENS and
reserved in Statoil's technical information and documentation system.
e) Enquiries are returned to the originator as soon as the procedure outlined above is
completed.

2.2.2

Amendments

The originator of a CENS amendment proposal, i.e. any person or function from a contractor,
development projects, operational unit, major modification projects and other Statoil units, shall
document and justify the proposal and provide necessary backup documentation. The proposal
shall be presented to the responsible organisation unit for implementation and maintenance of
technical information and documentation in the operational units for evaluation and
implementation.
Proposals from a contractor shall be formally submitted to the responsible organisation unit for
implementation and maintenance of technical information and documentation in the operational
units via the project organisation.
As a minimum the following information shall be presented:
a)
b)
c)
d)
e)
f)

CENS rev. no.


CENS paragraph effected.
Date of proposal.
Readable name, position and organisation of the originator.
Description of proposal.
Justification of proposal.

2.3

Additional requirements for review

None.

2.4

Documentation

Reference is made to TR0053, TR0054 and TR0056.

Document coding

3.1

Scope

This section of CENS covers the coding of documents used throughout the life of the facility,
including technical (engineering and manufacturing documents and drawings), administrative and
procurement documents.
A complete document code consists of the document identification code and mandatory
attributes.

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3.2

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Document code format

The document code format shall be as follows:


FM07-

AAAZZ-

A-

AA-

NNNN-

(NN)

Project code
Originator code (see 3.6.1) 1)
Discipline code (see appendix C)
Document type code (see appendix D
Sequence no. (see appendix G) 2) 3)
Sheet no. 6)

Notes:
1) The originator code shall not change, even if the responsibility for the document is changed.
2) Zeroes shall replace not applicable characters in the sequence/sheet number.
3) The sequence no. shall run consecutively within each originator, document type and discipline
code combination. No intelligence should be included in the sequence no. (ref. appendix G for
any project/facility specific block allocation of sequence nos.).
4) The dash (hyphen) shall only be used as a separating character.
5) Document code format is relevant for both drawings and documents
6) Sheet nos. shall only be used in drawing nos.

3.3

Document coding interface to other facilities

The CO2 Capture Plant (CCM) interfaces with


- Mongstad Refinery (MRDA)
- MRDA Fire & Gas system
- Combined Heat and Power Plant (CHP)
- CO2 Test Center Mongstad (TCM)
- Onshore facilities Transport & Storage (HOLD)
Interface documentation will include any relevant documentation related to
- utility and support systems, and
- infrastructure to support utilities and capture technology plant.
Documentation related to such interfaces between CCM and the other part, shall be numbered in
accordance with both installations document syntax requirements. It is CCM responisibility to
ensure that such documentation is identified as well as updated to AS-Built, irrespective of being
exsisting interface plant documentation or new CCM documentation. Updating of the interfacing
plants documentation shall be done in accordance with such plants specifications. The interfacing
partner shall upon request from CCM - identify his own documentation relevant for updating
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and/or needed for information.


Data transfer and content shall be carried out in accordance with the interfacing facilities relevant
principles, being the responsibility of the party imposing the change.

3.4

Attributes

3.4.1

Mandatory attributes

The mandatory attributes shall be used in Statoil's technical information and documentation
system to make a complete detail description, cross-referencing, further classification and
presentation.
All mandatory attributes shall be registered in Statoil's technical information and documentation
system and shown on the document. When not applicable NA shall be filled in. More than one
attribute may be defined. If more than one is defined it shall be registered in Statoil's technical
information and documentation system. Mandatory attributes for documentation:
a) Project code, always FM07.
b) System code, format NN (see appendix A)
c) Revision 01 - 99, format NN. The purpose of the rev. no. is to give each issue a unique
identification. Rev. 01 shall be given for the documents first issue, and shall be increased by
one for each revision. Control of revisions prior to rev. 01 is project specific. Internal
discipline checks after rev. 01 may be controlled individually by use of suffix characters, e.g.
03A - 03Z (final issue 03), or 04.1 - 04.9 (final issue 04).
d) Revision date (in accordance with ISO 8601, e.g. 1999-07-07).
e) PO-identification is applicable for all supplier information. PO numbers will be the originator
code issued for each supplier, ref 3.6.1.
f) To aid users and to provide efficient dissemination of a document through Statoil's technical
information and documentation system the title shall be concise and shall indicate the subject
clearly and succinctly within max. 80 characters.

3.4.2

Informative attributes

Informative attributes can be defined as necessary, e.g. phase and case codes during the project:
a) Phase, format A.
b) Case, format N. During the concept phase different alternative solutions can be evaluated. A
concept phase case code 1 - 9 shall identify information and documentation to each
alternative.

3.5

Manufacturer information

3.5.1

Document codes

Manufacturers standard documentation shall be identified according to manufacturers


identification system. Use of the Achilles code for manufacturers is recommended in the
document code.
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Manufacturers standard documents do not require a project document frontsheet / project


drawing frame. However, the document shall, in addition to manuifacturers identification, be
assigned a document identification in accordance with CENS in the relevant indexes (not to be
written onto the doc itself).
Supplier's project specific key documentation during design, manufacturing and fabrication shall
be identified in accordance with CENS.

3.6

Acceptance codes

An acceptance code shall be assigned to and shown on suppliers project specific documents
submitted for review and acceptance. The following codes may be used:
1
2
3
4

Accepted.
Accepted with comments incorporated.
Not accepted, i.e. revise and resubmit.
Issued for information. (not applicable for any SIRL
required information ref TR0054)
Interface information as clouded is accepted and frozen.

3.6.1

Originator codes

3.6.1.1

Originator code format

The originator code format shall be defined as follows:


A
Main contract
code

A
Contractor code

A
Subcontractor
code
A

ZZ
Supplier
code
00..99

The originator code shall always be 5 characters AAAZZ.


Character 1:

Main Contract Code in accordance with 3.6.1.2

Character 2:

Contractor code. Z to be used if no Contractor (Company doc). Ref 3.6.1.3

Character 3:

Subcontractor code. Z to be used if no subcontractor. Ref 3.6.1.4

Character 4-5 Supplier code. 00 to be used if no supplier. Ref 3.6.1.5


Originator codes for EPC contracts and subcontracts shall be controlled by each EPC contractor
and allocated in agreement with the CENS administrator.

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Main contract codes

The first character designates the main contract originator codes:


P

Project (CCM)

Engineering and technical assistance

CHP modifications & tie-ins (Stacks)

Capture plant

Standalone/other utilities

Civil and site preparation

Sea water cooling

Refinery (MRDA) modifications

H&E TQP Amine

Miscellaneous

Technology verification assistance

3.6.1.3

Contractor codes

The 2. character shall designate an originator code A-Z for a contractor,within each main contract
code designated by the 1. character.
When no contractor, the contractor code shall be Z.
Ref App I.1 where both the 1. and the subordinated 2. character shall emerge.

3.6.1.4

Subcontractort codes

The 3. character designates the originator code A-Z for a subcontractor.for each contract
designated by the 2. character.
When no subcontractor, the subcontract code shall be Z. Require contractor code different from
Z.
Ref Appendix I.2 where both 1., 2. and the subordinated 3. character shall emerge.

3.6.1.5

Supplier codes (PO number)

The 4. and 5. character designates the supplier originator code 00-99 for each subcontract
designated by the 3. character. When no supplier, the supplier code shall be 00.

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Ref Appendix I.3 where both 1., 2., 3. and the subordinated 4. and 5. character shall emerge.

Note:
The originator code for a supplier also identifies the purchase order no (PO) for the supply. (also
ref 3.4.1., item e).

Tag coding

4.1

Functional location

4.1.1

Scope

All functional equipment and their logical location within a system, subject to inspection and
maintenance during operations, shall be allocated a tag code in accordance with CENS. This shall
apply to all parts of the project including items in supplier packages.
The following main groups of functional locations are defined. Each of these groups shall be
coded according to its specific syntax:
1
2
3
4

Main equipment.
Piping.
Electrical field equipment.
Automation field equipment, incl. F&G-detection.

Telecom. field equipment

The specific discipline descriptions are according to international standards where available and
when applicable.
CENS tag codes shall be indicated for all functional components on contractor, subcontractor and
supplier design documents and drawings, e.g. P&IDs, flow diagrams, logic diagrams, layout
drawings, etc. Tag codes should not be shown on standard drawings and documents that
describe bulk items such as manual valves, instruments, junction boxes etc.
The following summarises the components within equipment packages to be tagged according to
CENS:

Packages themselves.

Motors, gear boxes, transformers, fans, pumps, filters, vessels, tanks, compressors, heat
exchangers, panels, manifolds, safety equipment, lifting equipment.

Field cabinets, electrical consumers, field instruments, panel instruments, junction boxes,
push buttons, switches, fire & gas equipment.

Control valves, manual valves (excl. drain valves).

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Telecom. equipment.

Cables connected to tagged equipment.

Critical lines and lines connecting to external lines.

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The following are normally not tagged:

Pipe components (e.g. tees, bends, flanges, etc.).

Lines not described above.

Instrument tubing.

Package or panel internal cables not connected to a tagged component, cable glands, junction
box rail and terminals.

Structure elements, bolts, welds, and anodes.

4.1.2

Registration

Tag codes shall be registered in the engineering contractor's technical information and
documentation system. The supplier's own tagging identification may be used for items not
requiring a tag code. Statoils tag code shall be physically applied to the functional locations for
the tagged components.

4.1.3

Tag code formats

In principle CENS describes only three - 3 - tag code formats, including variants of function and
type codes, sequence nos. and appendices (see appendix H).
Parenthesis is optional, i.e. character within parenthesis shall be used only when needed, and
then without parenthesis. Dash is used in combination of characters, i.e. only to separate
elements in order to avoid confusion. Note that space between elements is only used for
presentation purpose in this document. Consistency in tag coding shall emerge by displaying tag
codes without spaces between elements on labels and in engineering registers,
documents/drawings and 3D-models. See examples under tag codes below.
No deviations from CENS shall be permitted.
Note: Subsystem codes, format NN, described in appendix A can be used as mandatory attributes
to all tag coding and registered in Statoil's and engineering contractor's technical information and
documentation system, in connection with preventative maintenance.

4.2

Main equipment

The following main equipment is included in the general tag code format:

Mechanical equipment.

Main electrical equipment.


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Main automation equipment (control systems).

Central telecom. equipment.

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General tag code format for equipment:


NN

AA

NNNN

(A)

System code (see App A)


Function and type code (see App B.2)
Sequence no. (see App G)
Parallell/serial item suffix code

Fire Alarm Panels shall be coded in strict coordination with MRDA, and sample code is as follows:
30-A-NNNN. Need for such panels shall be identified and coordinated through Company to
ensure correct tagging.
Notes:
1)

For instrument junction boxes careful consideration must be made whether the consumer

or distribution board should control the selection of system code. HOLD ???? (distr board for

instr JBs)
2)

The general sequence no. shall run consecutively within each system and function and

type code combination, if not otherwise stated.


3)

Parallel or serial item suffix code, format A - Z, shall only be used when applicable.

Instrument and telecom. junction box tag codes may include the suffix Z to indicate whether they
are intrinsically safe or not, to simplify engineering.
For main equipment in general the following mandatory attributes shall be used in Statoil's
technical information and documentation system:
Project code: - FM07.
Area code, format AZZZA (see appendix E).
For instrument and telecom. junction boxes the following classification codes for Ex field
equipment shall be used:
D

Exd - explosion proof boxes.

Exe - increased safety boxes.

Exn - non-sparking.

Exp - pressurized safe boxes.

Non-Ex - boxes.

Exi - intrinsically safe boxes.

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4.3

Gradation: Internal

Tag coding interface to other facilities

The CO2 Capture Plant (CCM) interfaces with


- Mongstad Refinery (MRDA)
- Combined Heat and Power Plant (CHP)
- CO2 Test Center Mongstad (TCM)
- Onshore facilities Transport & Storage (HOLD)
For interface documentation ref chapter 3.3.
Any tags included on such interface documentation shall be double tagged, once in accordance
with CENS, secondly in accordance to the relevant ENS for the interfacing facility. Lastmentioned
tagging shall be carried out in strict coordination with Company. Excepted from such double
tagging are any F&G tags as they are already coordinated, ref chapter 4.2 (alarm panels) and
4.7.2.2 (detectors).
Data transfer and content shall be carried out in accordance with the interfacing facilities relevant
principles, being the responsibility of the party imposing the change.

4.4

Piping

4.4.1

General

Standard piping dimensions in the oil and gas production facilities are in inches, and the size
shall be presented as: 0025 (0,25 in.), 0150 (1,5 in.), 1000 (10 in.), etc.
Notes:
Standard piping dimensions in mm is not allowed.
Pipe type codes (see 4.4.2) and valves and special items type codes (see 4.4.5) must not be
mixed.

4.4.2

Pipes

Tag code format for pipes, spools and HVAC ducts:


NN

Z(Z)NN

(A)

System code (see App A)


Pipe type code (see table below)
Sequence no. (see annex G)
Size indicator suffix 3

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Notes:
If passing through several areas use only the area code as mandatory attribute where the main
part is, or where the starting point of the pipe is.
The line sequence no. shall run consecutively within each system and shall only change at
a)

equipment connections (flanges)

b) tees for non main stream (if not tees for tapping points) and
c)

piping class breaks.

Change in size within a line shall be indicated by a suffix, format A, A Z, i.e. without change of
sequence no.
The following pipe type codes shall be used:
D

HVAC ducts.

L
U

Pipes and process lines.


Spools.

For pipes the following mandatory attributes shall be used in Statoil's technical information and
documentation system:

Service code, format AA (see appendix F).

Piping class identity, format AAZZZ(A) (ref. TR2000).

Area code, (see appendix E).

Line size in inches, format NNNN (see 4.4.1 above).

Coating system, format NA (ref. NORSOK M-501).

Insulation class, format NA (ref. NORSOK R-004).

Note: Reference is made to RBI methodology for identification of critical lines.


Examples: HOLD
50L0501 Pipe no. 0501 for sea water system.
18FCB01 Flow line no. 01 running from SPS-installation no. CB.

4.4.3

Lines [HOLD]

Line format shall be indicated on P&IDs, ISO-drawings, 3D-models, other inspection drawings
and line lists, with following information ADDED as attributes to the tag code format for piping
involved:
NNANNNN-

NNNN

AA-

AAZZZ(A)

Tag code format for piping involved see 4.4.2)


Line size
Service code (see appendix F)
Piping class identity (ref. TR2000)

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HOLD Example: 50L0501-0400WS-AR71 Sea water system, line sequence no. 0501, 4 inch line
size, sea water service code, piping class identity (incl. pressure rating, type of material and
sequence no.).
Insulation and heat tracing is optional to the line format and shall be indicated separately on
P&IDs as shown below:
NA

NN

Insulation class (ref. NORSOK R-004)


Insulation thickness in mm
Heat tracing requirements 1)

Note: 1) Format A, i.e. Y = yes and N = no.


Example: 2B50N Insulation class (incl. cold medium conservation and insulation material type for
cellular glass), 50 mm insulation thickness, and no heat tracing requirements.

4.4.4

Pipe supports

Tag code format for pipe supports:


AZZZA

NNNN

Area code (see appendix E)


Support function code (see table below)
Sequence no. (see appendix G) 1)

Note 1): The sequence no. shall run consecutively within each area code and support function
code combination.
Example: M12AS0001 Module 2, level 1, detailed area A, spring pipe support no. 0001. HOLD
The following support function codes shall be used:
A
G
H
J
L
R
S
X

Anchor.
Guide.
Hold down.
Adjustable.
Line stop.
Rest.
Spring.
Supports with combination function both listed or not in the table.

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4.4.5

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Valves and special items

Manual valve tag codes shall not be entered later than the commissioning as-built stage. During
design, manufacturing and fabrication the VDS no. according to TR2000 shall be used.
Notes:

Two inches and larger manual valves, and/or smaller in a critical line, shall be tagged prior to
commissioning. Reference is made to the RBI-methodology for identification of critical lines.

Two inches and larger hand operated valves, including check valves, and also actuator
controlled on/off valves, including instrument valves in the same category, shall be identified
on P&IDs both with VDS no. and tag code.

Hand operated valves smaller then two inches, including check valves, shall be identified on
P&IDs with VDS no. only.

Hand operated valves smaller then two inches, including instrument valves in the same
category, shall be identified on P&IDs both with VDS no. and tag code.

Tag code format for valves and special items:


NN

NNNN

System code (see appendix A)


Valve type code (see table below)
Sequence no. (see appendix G)

The following valves and special items type codes shall be used:
C
S
V
X

Check valve.
Special item.
Manual valve.
Miscellaneous valves not covered in the table.

Example: 40V0035B Cooling medium system, parallel manual valve no. 0035B.
For manual valves the following mandatory attributes shall be used in Statoil's technical
information and documentation system:

Valve size in inches, format NNNN.

VDS, format AAZZZZA(/AA) (ref. TR2000).

For special items data sheet, format AAA-ANN (ref. NORSOK Z-001), shall be used in Statoil's
and engineering contractor's technical information and documentation system as mandatory
attribute.

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4.5

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Field equipment related to tagged main equipment

The following tag coding is relevant for physical electrical field equipment which can be
associated with tagged equipment such as process, mechanical packages, electrical switchgears,
HVAC or similar. Examples of tagged equipment are pumps, fans and compressors. Relevant field
equipment:

equipment drivers, e.g. diesel or electric motors


instrument and telecom. cables
electrical junction boxes
EDP-programs for mechanical package control units, electrical switchgears, etc.

Tag code format for field equipment:


NNNNAANNNN-

NN-

(A

NN)

Main equipment (see 4.2)


Type code (see appendix B.5.1 and B.5.2)
Sequence no. (see appendix G)
Type code (see appendix B.5.3)
Sequence no. (see appendix G)

Notes:
1) Kind of item for field equipment ref. is made to IEC 1346 Part 1.
E.g. EDP-program for a starter.
2) Type codes drivers (see appendix B.5.1), cables (see appendix B.5.2) and small power
consumers (see appendix B.5.3) must not be mixed.
3)

Mandatory attributes for instrument and telecom. cables in Statoil's technical information

and documentation system:

Cable service code, format A (see appendix B.5.2).

Voltage level code, format A (see appendix B.5.4).

Cable type, format AA(AA) (ref. is made to NEK 606).

No. of cores, format NN.

No. of pairs, format NN.

Square sections, format NNN,N (mm2).

Screen, format A, i.e. I = individual, C = common.

For electrical junction boxes the classification codes for Ex field equipment (see 4.2) shall be used
as mandatory attribute in Statoil's technical information and documentation system.

Examples: HOLD
27KA0001-M01 Electrical motor no. 1 for centrifugal compressors 27KA0001A and 27KA0001B
in the metering system.
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27XT0001-M01 Electrical motor no. 1 on compessor and gas turbine driver set 27XT0001 for
centrifugal compressors 27KA0001 and 27KA0002 in the metering system.
27PA0001A-M01 Electrical motor no. 1 for pump 27PA0001A in the metering system.
27PA0001A-U01 Pressure indicator control no. 1 for pump 27PA0001A in the metering system.
27PA0001A-V01-U01 EDP-program (or soft tag) no. 1 for starter (assembly no. 1) to pump
27PA0001A in the metering system.
27PA0001A-M01-S01 Local push button station (assembly no. 2) for electrical motor
27PA0001A-M01 in the metering system.
87JB0001-K01 Multipair instrument cable no. 1 from instrument junction box 87JB0001 in the
automation system.
87PA0001B-M01-B01 Electrical junction box no. 1 on electrical motor no. 1 for pump
87PA0001B in the automation system.

4.6

Electrical

4.6.1

Electrical cables

The following tag code format shall be used for electrical field cables, incl. heat tracing cables.
This format can also be used by instrument and telecom. for internal cables in equipment rooms:
A

NN

NNNN

(A)

Type Code (see appendix B.5.2)


Voltage level (see appendix B.5.4)
System Code (see appendix A)
Sequence number (see appendix G)
Parallell / serial item

Notes:
Careful consideration must be made whether the selection of system code should be controlled
by the consumer or distribution board.
Where two or more cables have an identical, serial or parallel duty within a system they shall be
allocated the same sequence no., but distinguished by a single alpha suffix A - Z. Note that
identical interface cables between two modules, commissioned by different vendors during the
project phase, may be given the same tag code with suffix A and B. After splicing the suffixes
shall be deleted.
Mandatory attributes for cables in Statoil's technical information and documentation system:

Cable type, format AA(AA) (ref. is made to NEK 606).

No. of cores, format NN.

No. of pairs, format NN.

Square sections, format NNN,N (mm2).

Screen, format A, i.e. I = individual, C = common.


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Examples: HOLD
PL270001 400 V power cable no. 1 in the metering system.
HT710001A Serial heat tracing cable no. 1A in the fire water system.
HT710001B Serial heat tracing cable no. 1B in the fire water system.
PN820001A 400 V parallel power cable no. 1A in the main power system.
PN270001 690 V power cable no. 1 in the metering system.
CL270001 230 V control cable no. 1 to emergency push stop 27PA0001A-M01-S01 in the
metering system.
Coding of electrical cables: HOLD

82EN0001

82EL0001
PN270001A

PL820001A

PN270001B

PL820002

GG270001
CL270001

82EL0001-102-W01

PA270001-M01-B01

82EL0001-101-E01
PL820001B

PA270001-M01-S01
PA270001-M01
82EL0001-101-E02

P
PA270001

4.6.2

M
PA270001-M02

Electrical field equipment

The following tag coding is relevant for physical electrical field equipment which can not be tied
to a particular tagged equipment as described in 4.5 above. Examples of such are lighting
equipment, socket and welding outlets (see also note 3 below)
Tag code format for electrical field equipment:
NNAANNNN-

NNZZ-

Main equipment (see 4.2)


Circuit no 1) 2)
Kind of item (ref IEC 1346 Part 1 and appendix B.5.3) 3)
Sequence no (see appendix G) 4)
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Notes:
1) Within switchboard and distribution board (up to 3 characters), or withdraw able unit position
within switchboard (up to 4 characters).
2) Any letters between third and fourth character is omitted in the tag no. (see fig. under
examples below).
3) Including small power consumers (see appendix B.5.3).
4) Within circuit.
Examples: HOLD
82EL0008-207-E08 Normal lighting fixture (final consumer) no. 8 within circuit no. 207 of
distribution board 82EL0008.
82EL0008-207-B01 Electrical junction box no. 1 within circuit no. 207 of distribution board
82EL0008.
82EL0008-301-W01 400 V socket outlet no. 1 within circuit no. 301 of distribution board
82EL0008.
82EN0001A-03AC-W02 Socket outlet no. 2 in circuit of unit position 03AC of switchboard
82EN0001A.
Circuit no., format NNZZ, for electrical distribution and switch boards: HOLD

FIELD
02

01

03

Top field
A

A1

B1

C1 C2 C3 C4

DRAWE R

A2
B2

B3

01D

01A2

02

E
F

01E FG H
Side field

Omitted in the tag code

H
I

01I
Bottom field
Circuit = field + drawer

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4.7

Automation

4.7.1

Instrument cables

Gradation: Internal

Tag code format for instrument cables connected to tagged main equipment:
NNAANNNN-

NN

Main equipment (see 4.2)


Fixed instrument cable type code J (see appendix B.5.2)
Sequence no (see appendix G)

Tag code format for instrument cables connected to instruments and process measurement
control functions in accordance with 4.7.2.1:
NNAA(AAA)NNNN(A)-

NN

Instrument (see 4.7.2.1)


Fixed instrument cable type code J (see appendix B.5.2)
Sequence no (see appendix G)

Note: For instrument field cables connected to field instruments and process measurement
control functions, the discipline code at the end of the field instrument format (see 4.7.2.1) shall
be removed from the field cable format.
Tag code format for instrument cables connected to F&G detection in accordance with 4.7.2.2:
NN-AAA-NNNN-

NN

F&G detector as assigned by MRDA (see 4.2 / 4.7.2.2)


Fixed instrument cable type code J (see appendix B.5.2)
Sequence no (see appendix G)

Examples: HOLD
1.
Coding of instrument field bus cables:

2.

Coding of instrument flying lead cables:


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23JB0001
23ZSH0023-J

23ZSH0023-Z01

23JB0002

23ZSL0023-Z01

23SL0023-J
23JB0001-Z01

3.

Coding of F&G cables:

70BFM2002F-B05-J01
70BFM2001F-B05

70JB0001
70JB0002

70BSL Q0001F-A05-J01
70BSLQ0001F-A01

70JB0001-J01

70BSLQ0001F-A01-J02

70BSL Q0001F-A02-J01
70BSLQ0001F-A02

70BMLQ0001F-C04-J01
70BMLQ0001F-C04

4.

Coding of instrument junction box multicore cables:

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87JB0002

87JB0003

87JB0004

87JB0002-Z01

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87JC0001

87JB0003-J01

87JB0004-J01

87JC0002

4.7.2

Automation field equipment

4.7.2.1

Instruments and process measurement control functions

For instrument and F&G junction box tag format see main equipment 4.2.
Tag code format for instruments:
NN

AA(AAA)

NNNN

(A)-

System Code (see appendix A)


Function and type code (ref ANSI/ISA-S B.3.1) 2)
Loop sequence no. (ref IEC 1346-1) 1)
Parallell / serial item (ref IEC 1346-1)
Discipline code (ref appendix C) 3)

Notes:
Instruments within the same loop shall have the same loop no.
Recommended function and type codes are listed in appendix B.3.1.
The discipline code shall not be used in instrument bubbles on P&IDs, D&IDs, SCDs and control
system databases.
Example: 18EV0110-J SCSSV no. 10 in well no. 01. HOLD

4.7.2.2

F&G detection

Due to safety precautions there shall be a close coordination between CCM Project and the
Mongstad Refinery (MRDA) regarding F&G Detection. To achieve this, tag allocation within F&G
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Detection shall be performed in accordance with MRDA syntax and agreed sequence number
series.
F&G detectors shall be numbered as follows:
NN-

AAA-

NNNN

System Code (see appendix A)


Equipment Code
Sequence number, ref appendix G

Examples:
Point gas

30-ATG-2791

Open Path gas

30-ATG-2912

Flame

30-AX-2931

Manual call points

30-HS-511

Heat

30-AT-3329

Be aware that sequence number shall change for each new equipment e.g:
30-AS-2800, 30-AX-2801 etc.
For future Contractors F&G detectors must be allocated in accordance with Company.
All F&G detectors shall be x-referenced to their relevant Fire Protection Data Sheet (FPDS),as well
as to the Area and Fire Area installed within.

4.8

Telecommunication

4.8.1

Telecommunication cables

Telecom. field cables obtain tag codes from field equipments at the utmost end of the cable,
otherwise see examples in 4.7.1 above.
Internal telecom. cables in equipment rooms shall be tagged as electrical cables described in
4.6.1.

4.8.2

Telecommunication field equipment

In principle telecom. shall follow the same tag code format as instrumentation (see 4.7.2.1). For
telecom. junction box tag format see main equipment 5.2.
NN

AA

NNNN

System Code (see appendix A)


Function and type code main equipm. (see appendix B.2)
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(A)

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Function and type code field equipm. (see appendix B.4)


Sequence no (see appendix G)
Parallell / serial item
Discipline code (see appendix C)

Subsystem codes, format NN (see appendix A.1), shall be used as mandatory attributes in Statoil's
technical information and documentation system to describe the telecom. service codes.

Colour coding

See Appendix F.

Definitions and abbreviations

6.1

Definitions

Achilles: The code of a vendor or company as defined in the catalogue called the Achilles-code,
maintained by the joint industry company, which is used for vendor information and
qualifications.
Attribute: Information element in Statoil's or engineering contractor's technical information and
documentation system that describes a document or tag with further details.
Can: Can-requirements are conditional and indicate a possibility open to the user of CENS.
Document: A limited amount of information stored on various types of media.
Document id.: A code that uniquely defines a document and follows the document during its life
cycle.
Facility: A facility (i.e. a specific platform, plant or installation) consists of functional systems.
Function: IEC 1346-1: A purpose related to an object, i.e. related to an entity treated in the
process of design, engineering, realization, operation, maintenance and demolition.
Function and type code: Information elements that describe the function of a specific item.
May: May indicates a course of action that is permissible within the limits of CENS.
Originator: The organisation, contractor or supplier who initially created a document.

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CENS administrator: Appointed person responsible for control of all amendments and allocation
of codes to CENS.
Shall: Shall is an absolute requirement that shall be followed strictly in order to conform to CENS.
Should: Should is a recommendation. Alternative solutions having the same functionality and
quality are acceptable.
System:
a)

IEC 1346-1: A set of interrelated objects, i.e. interrelated entities treated in the process of
design, engineering, realization, operation, maintenance and demolition.
b) ISO 5127/1: A set of elements and of relations between the elements such that the set may
be looked at as a whole.
c) Functional systems, consisting of a collection of physical plant items that together provide
services independent of the technology employed.
d) System codes are used as a basis for identifying tag codes.
Subsystem: Subsystems are a break down of systems.
Tag: A unique code that defines the functional location and function of a physical component
within a facility. The functional location only refers to where the tag is located within a system,
NOT the precise physical position.

6.2

Symbols and abbreviations

A
DFO
D&ID

Alphabetic character.
Documentation for operation.
Ducting & instrumentation diagram.

EDP
CENS
F&G
FPDS
HVAC
HSE
IT

Electronic data processing.


CCM Engineering numbering system.
Fire and gas.
Fire Protection Data Sheet
Heating, ventilation and air conditioning.
Health, safety and environment.
Information technology.

LCI
LQ
N
NA
NDE
NPD
PFD

Life cycle information.


Living quarter.
Numeric character.
Not applicable.
Non destructive examination.
Norwegian Petroleum Directorate.
Process flow diagram.

P&ID
PO
RBI

Piping and instrumentation diagram.


Purchase order.
Risk based inspection.

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SCD

System control diagram.

SPS
UFD

Sub sea production systems.


Utility flow diagram.

VDS

Valve data sheet.

Alphanumeric character.

Gradation: Internal

Modifications to previous version

This is the first version of CENS

References

NPDs regulation Prosess- og sttteanlegg i petroleumsvirksomheten.


ISO 6385 Ergonomic principles of the design of work systems.
ISO 8601 Data elements and interchange formats. Information interchange. Representation of
dates and times.
IEC 1346 Part 1 Industrial systems, installations and equipment and industrial products Structuring principles and reference designations. Part 1: Basic rules.
ANSI/ISA-S5.1 Instrumentation Symbols and Identification.
NEK 606 Cables for offshore installations. Halogen-free, or mud resistant.
NORSOK M-501 Surface preparation and protective coating.
NORSOK R-004 Piping and equipment insulation.
NORSOK Z-002 Component identification.
NORSOK Z-001 NORSOK standards and data sheets.
SCCS NORSOK Z-014. Standard cost coding system.
TD0080

Preparation of technical hierarchies.

TR0053

General LCI-requirements.

TR0054

LCI Requirements - Supplier


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TR0056

Detail LCI-requirements.

TR0057

LCI Requirements Supplier

TR2000 Piping and valve material specification

TR3111

File transfer specification (incl. DVKS).

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App A
A.1

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System codes
General

A 4-digit system no shall be used for the entire CCM project.


The first two digits shall be 84 and identifies CCM within the larger MRDA area. The last two
digits identify the subsystems, ref. appendix A.

Note: For F&G detectors system no shall only be two digits.


System code format:
NNNN-

AAA-

NNNN

System Code (see appendix A)


Equipment Code
Sequence number, ref appendix G

SubSystem
number
00

Description

General non system / multi system

01

Temporary systems general

02

Structure

03

Workshop/ laboratory/ stores (tool and equipment)

04

Lifting; crane, hoist etc.

05

Vacant

06

Vacant

07

Area completion

08

Vacant

09

Sulphuric acid system

10

Flue gas system

11

Amine system

12

Ammonia system

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SubSystem
number
13

Description

Chilled ammonia system

14

Caustic system

15

C02 Vent system

16

Chemical systems

17

Vacant

18

Amine drain system

19

Ammonia drain system

20

Chilled ammonia water system

21

Ammonium sulphate system

22

Vacant

23

Vacant

24

Vacant

25

Vacant

26

Vacant

27

Vacant

28

Emergency power system (as for MRDA)

29

UPS (as for MRDA)

30

Fire Protection System / F&G detection systems (as for MRDA)

31

Vacant

32

Electrical distribution system (as for MRDA)

33

Earthing system (as for MRDA)

34

Vacant

35

Telecommunication systems. (as for MRDA)

36

Vacant

37

Vacant

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SubSystem
number
38

Description

Vacant

39

Vacant

40

Vacant

41

Vacant

42

Vacant

43

Vacant

44

Vacant

45

Vacant

46

Vacant

47

Vacant

48

Vacant

49

Relief system Knock out drum

50

Sea water system

51

Chilled water system

52

Secondary Cooling loop for Condensate

53

Fresh water systems (incl. process water & potable water)

54

Demineralised water system

55

Steam and Condensate system

56

Open drain systems (incl. oily water system)

57

Closed Drain system

58

Storm water drain

59

Sewage systems

60

Flushing system

61

Vacant

62

Vacant

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SubSystem
number
63

Description

Compressed air systems.

64

Inert gas systems.

65

Hydraulic power systems.

66

Vacant

67

Vacant

68

Vacant

69

Vacant

70

Vacant

71

Fire water systems.

72

Fire fighting systems.

73

Vacant

74

Vacant

75

Passive fire protection systems.

76

Emergency preparedness systems.

77

HVAC systems.

78

Environment protection systems.

79

Emergency shutdown and blow down systems.

80

Vacant

81

Vacant

82

Vacant

83

Vacant

84

CCM

85

Vacant

86

Not to be used (TCM)

87

Automation systems.

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SubSystem
number
88

Description

Vacant

89

Vacant

90

Vacant

91

Vacant

92

Vacant

93

Architectural systems.

94

Vacant

95

Vacant

96

Vacant

97

Vacant

98

Vacant

99

Vacant

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App B
B.1

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Function and type codes


Scope

Identification principles primary described in international standards shall be used. As a


supplement for not defined function and type codes in international standards, as referenced
according to function and type in this appendix, codes shall as per the following be applied as
defined below.
The function and type code classes are defined in the following appendices:
Appendix

Description

B.2
B.3.1
B.3.2
B.4

Main equipment.
Instruments.
F&G detection.
Telecom. field equipment.

B.5.1

Drivers.

B.5.2

Cables.

B.5.3

Small power consumers.

B.5.4

Voltage level.

B.2

Function and type codes main equipment

For further detail description of function and type codes reference is made to SCCS.

B.2.1

List of function codes (first letter) for main equipment

Architectural functions.

C
D
E
F
G
H
J
K
L
M
N
P
R
S
T

Miscellaneous mechanical functions.


Power transmissions.
Electrical functions.
Heating, boiling, furnacing and flaring.
HVAC-functions.
Heat transfer.
Instrumentation.
Compression, blowing and expansion.
Transfer and control.
Material and product handling.
Mechanical (solids) functions.
Pumping.
Telecommunication functions.
Safety/escape and fire fighting.
Storing.
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V
X

B.2.2

Vessel and column (pressurised) functions.


Miscellaneous package functions.

List of type codes (second letter) for main equipment

B.2.2.1 A - Architectural functions


AA

Windows.

AB

Kitchen equipment.

AC

Sanitary equipment.

AD

Doors.

AE

Laundry equipment.

AF

Food processing equipment.

AG

Central vacuum cleaning equipment.

AM

Modules.

AR

Refrigerators and freezing equipment.

AT

Fitness equipment.

AX

Miscellaneous architectural details.

AZ

Architectural equipment packages.

B.2.2.2 C - Miscellaneous mechanical functions


CA
CB
CC
CD
CE
CF
CG
CH
CI
CJ
CK
CL
CN
CP
CQ
CR
CS
CT
CU
CV
CX
CZ

Regenerative filters.
Non-regenerative filters.
Centrifuges.
Extractors.
Cyclones.
Mechanical separators and shakers.
Refrigeration units.
Chemical feeders.
Molecular sieves.
Mixers and agitators.
Demisters.
Trays.
Solid waste disposal units.
Incinerators.
Eductors and ejectors.
Trash racks and collectors.
Lubrication and seal oil units.
Hydraulic units.
Comminutors.
Trash stop gates.
Miscellaneous mechanical equipment.
Miscellaneous mechanical equipment packages.
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B.2.2.3 E - Electrical functions


EB

Batteries.

ED
EE

Control equipment, e.g. interface panels, relay boxes, junction boxes with more than
one circuit, etc.
DC switchgear and distribution boards.
Emergency power generator sets.

EG
EH

Generators.
Switch gears above 10 kV.

EI

Foghorns and beacons (navigation aid, not telecommunication).

EJ

Inert gas generators.

EL
EM

Switch gear and distribution boards (U < or = 400 V).


Main power generator sets.

EN

Switch gear and distribution boards (U > 400 V and < or = 1 kV).

EP
ER

Earthing bars.
Rectifiers, inverters, UPS, frequency converters.

ES

Lightning arrestors.

ET

Transformers.

EU

Electrical cathodic protection.

EV

Bus ducts, bars and accessories.

EX
EY
EZ

Miscellaneous electrical equipment.


Filters and compensation equipment.
Electrical equipment packages.

EC

B.2.2.4 F - Heating, boiling, furnacing and flaring


FA
FB
FC
FD
FE
FF
FG
FH
FI
FK

Direct fired heaters incl. stack and ducting.


Steam boilers incl. stack and ducting.
Stacked flares.
Flares ground.
Electric heaters.
Heaters.
Boilers.
Electrode boiler packages.
Furnaces.
Domestic water heater.

FX
FZ

Miscellaneous heating, burning and boiling equipment.


Heater, furnace and boiler packages.

B.2.2.5 G - HVAC-functions
GA
GB

Air handling units.


Cooling and refrigeration units.

GC

Filters and filter-coalesces.

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GE
GF
GG
GH
GI
GJ
GK
GL

F&G-controlled dampers.
Terminal units.
Sound attenuators.
Humidifiers and dehumidifiers.
Air conditioners.
Heating and cooling coils with electrical batteries.
Fans (axial/centrifugal).
Heating and cooling coils with water batteries.

GM

Secondary dampers (e.g. shut down, back kick and control dampers).

GN
GQ
GR
GW
GX
GZ

DX Cooling coils.
Weather louvers.
Traps.
Domestic water heaters.
Miscellaneous HVAC equipment.
HVAC equipment packages.

Note: For automatic dampers, e.g. fire dampers, see also ISO 3511.

B.2.2.6 H - Heat transfer


HA
HB
HC
HD
HE
HF
HG
HH
HI
HJ

Shell and tube heat exchangers.


Plate heat exchangers.
Air-cooled heat exchangers.
Quench coolers.
Miscellaneous coolers and condensers.
Couple pipes heat exchangers.
Core type heat exchangers.
Liquefaction heat exchangers (cryogenic).
Reboilers and evaporators.
Compact heat exchangers.

HW
HX
HZ

Waste heat recovery units.


Miscellaneous heat transfers equipment.
Heat transfer equipment packages.

B.2.2.7 J - Instrumentation functions


JA
JB

Air distribution header.


Junction boxes.

JC
JD
JF
JJ
JL
JM
JX
JZ

Control panels with instrument, controllers, etc.


Desk/console. Operator station, workstation, PC, VDU, etc.
Field termination and cross connection cabinet.
Vibrating and displacement measuring system.
Logger, printer and copier.
Matrix and mimic panel.
Miscellaneous instrumentation equipment.
Instrumentation equipment packages.

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B.2.2.8 K - Compression, blowing and expansion


KA
KB
KC
KD
KE
KF
KH
KX
KZ

Centrifugal compressors.
Reciprocating compressors.
Screw and rotary compressors.
Axial compressors.
Fans.
Blowers.
Expanders.
Miscellaneous compressors, blowers and expanders.
Compressor, blower and/or expansion packages.

B.2.2.9 L - Transfer and control


LA
LC
LD
LE
LG
LH
LM
LN
LO
LP
LQ
LR
LS
LT
LU
LV
LW
LX
LZ

Emergency shutdown valves.


Major control valves.
Slug catcher.
Pig launchers and receivers.
Production risers.
Injection risers.
Buoyancy elements and modules.
Intelligent pigs.
Sealing pigs.
Batch pigs.
Scraper pigs.
Welding bladders.
Pipeline inspection tools.
Pipeline and umbilical and fittings.
Hydraulic umbilical.
Electro hydraulic umbilical.
Integrated service umbilical.
Miscellaneous transfer and control equipment.
Transfer and control equipment packages.

B.2.2.10
MA
MB
MC
MD
ME
MF
MG
MK
MQ
MU
MV
MX
MZ

M - Material and product handling

Pedestal cranes.
Hoists and trolleys.
Elevators and lifts.
Trucks, carts, forklifts, etc.
Mobile cranes.
Overhead cranes.
Railroad and road loading equipment.
Winches.
Packing, calibrating and measurement equipment.
Product loading and vapor return arms.
Gantry and portal cranes.
Miscellaneous material and product handling equipment.
Material and/or product handling equipment packages.

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B.2.2.11

N - Mechanical (solids) functions

NA
NB
NC
ND
NE
NF
NG
NH
NI
NJ
NK
NL
NM
NN
NO
NP
NR
NS
NT
NU
NX

Belt conveyors.
Bucket elevators.
Screw conveyors and feeders.
Tube and flow conveyors.
Multi-flow conveyors.
Jaw crushers.
Impact breakers.
Twin rotor impactors.
Granulators.
Gravity impact crushers.
Hammer mills.
Reversible impactors.
Roll crushers.
Mills.
Vibrating packers.
Vibrating screens.
Fines stifters and screens.
Blenders.
Bin activators.
Feeders.
Miscellaneous mechanical (solids) equipment.

NZ

Mechanical (solids) equipment packages.

B.2.2.12

P Pumping

PA
PB
PC
PD
PE
PF
PG
PH
PI

Centrifugal pumps.
Reciprocating pumps.
Rotary pumps.
Special metering pumps.
Gear pumps.
Diaphragm pumps.
Screw pumps.
Submerged pumps with non-submerged motors.
Fire water pumps.

PP

Portable water pumps.

PS
PX
PZ

Submerged pumps with submerged motors.


Miscellaneous pumps.
Pump packages.

B.2.2.13
RA
RB
RC
RD
RE

R - Telecommunication functions

Public address and alarm.


Junction boxes.
Close circuit television (CCTV).
Drilling area talk back.
Entertainment.
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RF
RG
RJ
RL
RM
RN
RO
RP
RQ
RR
RS
RT
RU
RW
RX
RZ

Distribution frame.
Crane equipment.
Mandatory and general radio.
Power supply.
Multiplex and network switch.
Navigation, positioning and distribution.
Common equipment, maintenance, supervisory.
Telephone.
Data communication network.
Radar, marine and aviation.
Satellite communication and fiber optical cable.
Radio link and telemetry.
Platform UHF radio.
Meteorological.
Miscellaneous telecom. equipment.
Telecommunication equipment packages.

B.2.2.14
SA
SB
SC
SD
SF
SG
SH
SJ
SK
SL
SM
SN
SP
SQ
SR
SS
SU
SW
SX
SY
SZ

Lifeboats and davits.


Pick-up boats and davits.
First-aid equipment.
Life saving and escape devices.
Ambulances.
Fire trucks.
Inert gas equipment.
Fixed foam units.
Dual agent units.
Dry chemical equipment.
Fire water system equipment.
Remote operated foam monitors.
Fire extinguishers.
Hose reels.
Hydrants.
Fire water monitors (towers).
Sprinkler and deluge system equipment.
Rafts.
Miscellaneous safety, escape and fire fighting equipment.
Central fire point units.
Safety, escape and/or fire fighting equipment packages.

B.2.2.15
TA
TB
TE
TF
TG
TJ

S - Safety, escape and fire fighting

T - Atmospheric storage tanks and containment functions

Storage tanks, cylindrical.


Storage tanks, rectangular.
Hoppers.
Mud pits.
Sumps.
Bins.
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TK
TR
TX
TZ

Containers.
Refrigerated storage tanks.
Miscellaneous storage tanks and containments.
Storage tanks and containment packages.

B.2.2.16
XA
XF
XG
XH
XJ
XP
XQ
XR
XT
XX
XY
XZ

X - Miscellaneous package functions

Oily water treatment packages.


Sewage and waste water treatment packages.
Catalyst packages.
Helicopter fuel packages.
Vacuum unit packages.
Thruster packages.
Chemical treatment packages.
Chemical injection packages.
Compressors and gas turbine driver set packages.
Miscellaneous equipment packages.
Nitrogen generation packages.
Oxygen generation packages.

B.3

Function and type codes automation

B.3.1

Function and type codes instruments (ref. ANSI/ISA-S5.1)

AC

Analysis/alarm, Blind controller.

AE

Analysis/alarm, Primary element

AI

Analysis/alarm, Indicating device

AIC

Analysis/alarm, Indicating controller

AIT

Analysis/alarm, Indicating transmitter

AP

Analysis/alarm, Test point

AR

Analysis/alarm, Recording

ARC

Analysis/alarm, Recording controller

ART

Analysis/alarm, Recording transmitter

ASH

Analysis/alarm, Switch high

ASHH

Analysis/alarm, Switch high-high

ASHL

Analysis/alarm, Switch comb

ASL

Analysis/alarm, Switch low

ASLL

Analysis/alarm, Switch low-low

AT

Analysis/alarm, Blind Transmitter

AW

Analysis/alarm, Well or probe

AY

Analysis/alarm, Solenoid, relay or computing device

AZ

Analysis/alarm, Final element

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BC

Burner/combustion/fire, Blind controller

BE

Burner/combustion/fire, Primary element

BG

Burner/combustion/fire, Viewing device or glass

BI

Burner/combustion/fire, Indicating device

BIC

Burner/combustion/fire, Indicating controller

BIT

Burner/combustion/fire, Indicating transmitter

BR

Burner/combustion/fire, Recording

BRC

Burner/combustion/fire, Recording controller

BRT

Burner/combustion/fire, Recording transmitter

BSH

Burner/combustion/fire, Switch high

BSHH

Burner/combustion/fire, Switch high-high

BSHL

Burner/combustion/fire, Switch comb

BSL

Burner/combustion/fire, Switch low

BSLL

Burner/combustion/fire, Switch low-low

BT

Burner/combustion/fire, Blind Transmitter

BW

Burner/combustion/fire, Well or probe

BY

Burner/combustion/fire, Solenoid, relay or computing device

BZ

Burner/combustion/fire, Final element

CE

Corrosion element.

EC

Voltage, Blind controller

EE

Voltage, Primary element

EI

Voltage, Indicating device

EIC

Voltage, Indicating controller

EIT

Voltage, Indicating transmitter

ER

Voltage, Recording

ERC

Voltage, Recording controller

ERT

Voltage, Recording transmitter

ESH

Voltage, Switch high

ESHH

Voltage, Switch high-high

ESHL

Voltage, Switch comb

ESL

Voltage, Switch low

ESLL

Voltage, Switch low-low

ESV

Emergency safety, Valve

ESY

Emergency safety, Solenoid valve

ET

Voltage, Blind Transmitter

EY

Voltage, Solenoid, relay or computing device

EZ

Voltage, Final element

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FC

Flow rate, Blind controller

FCV

Flow rate, Self- actuating control valves

FCV

Flow rate, Self- actuating control valves, indicating

FE

Flow rate, Primary element

FFC

Flow ratio, Blind controller

FFE

Flow ratio, Primary element

FFI

Flow ratio, Indicating device

FFIC

Flow ratio, Indicating controller

FFR

Flow ratio, Recording

FFRC

Flow ratio, Recording controller

FFSH

Flow ratio, Switch high

FFSHH

Flow ratio, Switch high-high

FFSL

Flow ratio, Switch low

FFSLL

Flow ratio, Switch low-low

FFZ

Flow ratio, Final element

FG

Flow rate, Viewing device or glass

FI

Flow rate, Indicating device

FIC

Flow rate, Indicating controller

FIT

Flow rate, Indicating transmitter

FP

Flow rate, Test point

FQE

Flow Quantity, Primary element

FQI

Flow Quantity, Indicating device

FQIC

Flow Quantity, Indicating controller

FQIT

Flow Quantity, Indicating transmitter

FQR

Flow Quantity, Recording

FQRC

Flow Quantity, Recording controller

FQSH

Flow Quantity, Switch high

FQSHH

Flow Quantity, Switch high-high

FQSL

Flow Quantity, Switch low

FQSLL

Flow-low Quantity, Switch low-low

FQT

Flow Quantity, Blind Transmitter

FQY

Flow Quantity, Solenoid, relay or computing device

FQZ

Flow Quantity, Final element

FR

Flow rate, Recording

FRC

Flow rate, Recording controller

FRT

Flow rate, Recording transmitter

FSH

Flow rate, Switch high

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FSHH

Flow rate, Switch high high

FSHL

Flow rate, Switch comb HL

FSL

Flow rate, Switch low

FSLL

Flow-low rate, Switch low-low

FT

Flow rate, Blind Transmitter

FY

Flow rate, Solenoid, relay or computing device

FZ

Flow rate, Final element

HC

Hand operated, Blind controller

HIC

Hand operated, Indicating controller

HSHL

Hand operated, Switch comb HL

HZ

Hand operated, Final element

IE

Current, Primary element

II

Current, Indicating device

IIC

Current, Indicating controller

IIT

Current, Indicating transmitter

IR

Current, Recording

IRC

Current, Recording controller

IRT

Current, Recording transmitter

ISH

Current, Switch high

ISHH

Current, Switch high-high

ISHL

Current, Switch comb HL

ISL

Current, Switch low

ISLL

Current, Switch low-low

IT

Current, Blind Transmitter

IY

Current, Solenoid, relay or computing device

IZ

Current, Final element

JE

Power, Primary element

JI

Power, Indicating device

JIC

Power, Indicating controller

JIT

Power, Indicating transmitter

JR

Power, Recording

JRC

Power, Recording controller

JRT

Power, Recording transmitter

JSH

Power, Switch high

JSHH

Power, Switch high-high

JSHL

Power, Switch comb HL

JSL

Power, Switch low

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JSLL

Power, Switch low-low

JT

Power, Blind Transmitter

JY

Power, Solenoid, relay or computing device

JZ

Power, Final element

KC

Time, Blind controller

KCV

Time, Self- actuating control valves

KE

Time, Primary element

KI

Time, Indicating device

KIC

Time, Indicating controller

KIT

Time, Indicating transmitter

KR

Time, Recording

KRC

Time, Recording controller

KRT

Time, Recording transmitter

KSH

Time, Switch high

KSHH

Time, Switch high-high

KSHL

Time, Switch comb HL

KSL

Time, Switch low

KSLL

Time, Switch low-low

KT

Time, Blind Transmitter

KY

Time, Solenoid, relay or computing device

KZ

Time, Final element

LC

Level, Blind controller

LCV

Level, Self- actuating control valves

LE

Level, Primary element

LG

Level, Viewing device, glass, gage (gauge)

LI

Level, Indicating device

LIC

Level, Indicating controller

LIT

Level, Indicating transmitter

LR

Level, Recording

LRC

Level, Recording controller

LRT

Level, Recording transmitter

LSH

Level, Switch high

LSHH

Level, Switch high-high

LSHL

Level, Switch comb HL

LSL

Level, Switch low

LSLL

Level, Switch low-low

LT

Level, Blind Transmitter

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LW

Level, Well or probe

LY

Level, Solenoid, relay or computing device

LZ

Level, Final element

PC

Pressure/vacuum, Blind controller

PCV

Pressure/vacuum, Self- actuating control valves

PCV

Pressure/vacuum, Safety Valve HOLD! Pressure control valve (self reg)?

PDC

Pressure, differential, Blind controller

PDCV

Pressure, differential, Self- actuating control valves

PDE

Pressure, differential, Primary element

PDI

Pressure, differential, Indicating device

PDIC

Pressure, differential, Indicating controller

PDIT

Pressure, differential, Indicating transmitter

PDP

Pressure, differential, Test point

PDR

Pressure, differential, Recording

PDRC

Pressure, differential, Recording controller

PDRT

Pressure, differential, Recording transmitter

PDSH

Pressure, differential, Switch high

PDSHH

Pressure, differential, Switch high-high

PDSL

Pressure, differential, Switch low

PDSLL

Pressure, differential, Switch low-low

PDT

Pressure, differential, Blind Transmitter

PDY

Pressure, differential, Solenoid, relay or computing device

PDZ

Pressure, differential, Final element

PE

Pressure/vacuum, Primary element

PI

Pressure/vacuum, Indicating device

PIC

Pressure/vacuum, Indicating controller

PIT

Pressure/vacuum, Indicating transmitter

PP

Pressure/vacuum, Test point

PR

Pressure/vacuum, Recording

PRC

Pressure/vacuum, Recording controller

PRT

Pressure/vacuum, Recording transmitter

PSE

Pressure/vacuum safety, Primary element

PSH

Pressure/vacuum, Switch high

PSHH

Pressure/vacuum, Switch high-high

PSHL

Pressure/vacuum, Switch comb HL

PSL

Pressure/vacuum, Switch low

PSLL

Pressure/vacuum, Switch low-low

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PSV

Pressure/vacuum safety, Valve

PT

Pressure/vacuum, blind transmitter. 1)

PY

Pressure/vacuum, Solenoid, relay or computing device

PZ

Pressure/vacuum, Final element

QE

Quantity, Primary element

QI

Quantity, Indicating device

QIC

Quantity, Indicating controller

QIT

Quantity, Indicating transmitter

QR

Quantity, Recording

QRC

Quantity, Recording controller

QRT

Quantity, Recording transmitter

QSH

Quantity, Switch high

QSHH

Quantity, Switch high-high

QSHL

Quantity, Switch comb HL

QSL

Quantity, Switch low

QSLL

Quantity, Switch low-low

QT

Quantity, Blind Transmitter

QY

Quantity, Solenoid, relay or computing device

QZ

Quantity, Final element

RC

Radiation, Blind controller

RE

Radiation, Primary element

RI

Radiation, Indicating device

RIC

Radiation, Indicating controller

RIT

Radiation, Indicating transmitter

RR

Radiation, Recording

RRC

Radiation, Recording controller

RRT

Radiation, Recording transmitter

RSH

Radiation, Switch high

RSHH

Radiation, Switch high-high

RSHL

Radiation, Switch comb HL

RSL

Radiation, Switch low

RSLL

Radiation, Switch low-low

RT

Radiation, Blind Transmitter

RW

Radiation, Well or probe

RY

Radiation, Solenoid, relay or computing device

RZ

Radiation, Final element

SC

Speed/frequency, Blind controller

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SCV

Speed/frequency, Self- actuating control valves

SE

Speed/frequency, Primary element

SI

Speed/frequency, Indicating device

SIC

Speed/frequency, Indicating controller

SIT

Speed/frequency, Indicating transmitter

SR

Speed/frequency, Recording

SRC

Speed/frequency, Recording controller

SRT

Speed/frequency, Recording transmitter

SSH

Speed/frequency, Switch high

SSHH

Speed/frequency, Switch high-high

SSHL

Speed/frequency, Switch comb HL

SSL

Speed/frequency, Switch low

SSLL

Speed/frequency, Switch low-low

ST

Speed/frequency, Blind Transmitter

SY

Speed/frequency, Solenoid, relay or computing device

SZ

Speed/frequency, Final element

TC

Temperature, Blind controller

TCV

Temperature, Self- actuating control valves

TDC

Temp., differential, Blind controller

TDCV

Temp., differential, Self- actuating control valves

TDE

Temp., differential, Primary element

TDI

Temp., differential, Indicating device

TDIC

Temp., differential, Indicating controller

TDIT

Temp., differential, Indicating transmitter

TDP

Temp., differential, Test point

TDR

Temp., differential, Recording

TDRC

Temp., differential, Recording controller

TDRT

Temp., differential, Recording transmitter

TDSH

Temp., differential, Switch high

TDSHH

Temp., differential, Switch high-high

TDSL

Temp., differential, Switch low

TDSLL

Temp., differential, Switch low-low

TDT

Temp., differential, Blind Transmitter

TDW

Temp., differential, Well or probe

TDY

Temp., differential, Solenoid, relay or computing device

TDZ

Temp., differential, Final element

TE

Temperature, Primary element

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TI

Temperature, Indicating device

TIC

Temperature, Indicating controller

TIT

Temperature, Indicating transmitter

TP

Temperature, Test point

TR

Temperature, Recording

TRC

Temperature, Recording controller

TRT

Temperature, Recording transmitter

TSE

Temperature safety, Primary element

TSH

Temperature, Switch high

TSHH

Temperature, Switch high-high

TSHL

Temperature, Switch comb HL

TSL

Temperature, Switch low

TSLL

Temperature, Switch low-low

TT

Temperature, Blind Transmitter

TW

Temperature, Well or probe

TY

Temperature, Solenoid, relay or computing device

TZ

Temperature, Final element

UI

Multivariable, Indicating device

UR

Multivariable, Recording

UY

Multivariable, Solenoid, relay or computing device

UZ

Multivariable, Final element

VE

Vibration/machinery analysis, Primary element

VI

Vibration/machinery analysis, Indicating device

VIT

Vibration/machinery analysis, Indicating transmitter

VR

Vibration/machinery analysis, Recording

VRT

Vibration/machinery analysis, Recording transmitter

VSH

Vibration/machinery analysis, Switch high

VSHH

Vibration/machinery analysis, Switch high-high

VSHL

Vibration/machinery analysis, Switch comb HL

VSL

Vibration/machinery analysis, Switch low

VSLL

Vibration/machinery analysis, Switch low-low

VT

Vibration/machinery analysis, Blind Transmitter

VY

Vibration/machinery analysis, Solenoid, relay or computing device

VZ

Vibration/machinery analysis, Final element

WC

Weight/force, Blind controller

WCV

Weight/force, Self- actuating control valves

WDC

Weight/force, differential, Blind controller

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WDCV

Weight/force, differential, Self- actuating control valves

WDE

Weight/force, differential, Primary element

WDI

Weight/force, differential, Indicating device

WDIC

Weight/force, differential, Indicating controller

WDIT

Weight/force, differential, Indicating transmitter

WDR

Weight/force, differential, Recording

WDRC

Weight/force, differential, Recording controller

WDRT

Weight/force, differential, Recording transmitter

WDSH

Weight/force, differential, Switch high

WDSHH

Weight/force, differential, Switch high-high

WDSL

Weight/force, differential, Switch low

WDSLL

Weight/force, differential, Switch low-low

WDT

Weight/force, differential, Blind Transmitter

WDY

Weight/force, differential, Solenoid, relay or computing device

WDZ

Weight/force, differential, Final element

WE

Weight/force, Primary element

WI

Weight/force, Indicating device

WIC

Weight/force, Indicating controller

WIT

Weight/force, Indicating transmitter

WR

Weight/force, Recording

WRC

Weight/force, Recording controller

WRT

Weight/force, Recording transmitter

WSH

Weight/force, Switch high

WSHH

Weight/force, Switch high-high

WSHL

Weight/force, Switch comb HL

WSL

Weight/force, Switch low

WSLL

Weight/force, Switch low-low

WT

Weight/force, Blind Transmitter

WY

Weight/force, Solenoid, relay or computing device

WZ

Weight/force, Final element

XSV

Pressure Shutdown, Valve

XSY

Pressure Shutdown, Solenoid valve

YC

Event/state/presence, Blind controller

YE

Event/state/presence, Primary element

YI

Event/state/presence, Indicating device

YIC

Event/state/presence, Indicating controller

YR

Event/state/presence, Recording

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YSH

Event/state/presence, Switch high

YSHH

Event/state/presence, Switch high-high

YSL

Event/state/presence, Switch low

YSLL

Event/state/presence, Switch low-low

YT

Event/state/presence, Blind Transmitter

YY

Event/state/presence, Solenoid, relay or computing device

YZ

Event/state/presence, Final element

ZC

Position/dimension, Blind controller

ZCV

Position/dimension, Self- actuating control valves

ZDC

Position/dimension differential, Blind controller

ZDCV

Position/dimension differential, Self- actuating control valves

ZDE

Position/dimension differential, Primary element

ZDI

Position/dimension differential, Indicating device

ZDIC

Position/dimension differential, Indicating controller

ZDIT

Position/dimension differential, Indicating transmitter

ZDR

Position/dimension differential, Recording

ZDRC

Position/dimension differential, Recording controller

ZDRT

Position/dimension differential, Recording transmitter

ZDSH

Position/dimension differential, Switch high

ZDSHH

Position/dimension differential, Switch high-high

ZDSL

Position/dimension differential, Switch low

ZDSLL

Position/dimension differential, Switch low-low

ZDT

Position/dimension differential, Blind Transmitter

ZDY

Position/dimension differential, Solenoid, relay or computing device

ZDZ

Position/dimension differential, Final element

ZE

Position/dimension, Primary element

ZI

Position/dimension, Indicating device

ZIC

Position/dimension, Indicating controller

ZIT

Position/dimension, Indicating transmitter

ZR

Position/dimension, Recording

ZRC

Position/dimension, Recording controller

ZRT

Position/dimension, Recording transmitter

ZSH

Position/dimension, Switch high

ZSHH

Position/dimension, Switch high-high

ZSHL

Position/dimension, Switch comb HL

ZSL

Position/dimension, Switch low

ZSLL

Position/dimension, Switch low-low

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ZT

Position/dimension, Blind Transmitter

ZY

Position/dimension, Solenoid, relay or computing device

ZZ

Position/dimension, Final element

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Note 1) The tagging system shall identify the minimum functionality required. Extra functions as
local indicators, control and alarm function shall not be identified in the tag when the function is
a part of a standard instrument assembly that is not required for operation.

B.3.2
ATG
AI
AL
AR
ATG
AT
BA
AS
AX
AT
BI
BL
HS
AS
CA
CB
CI
CL
CR
DR
EL
ER
ES
ZL

B.4

Function and type codes F&G detection [HOLD]


Gas detector point (flammable gases).
Gas detector indicator, remote or local.
Gas alarm light in matrix.
Gas detector beam receiver.
Gas detector point (toxic gases).
Gas detector beam transmitter.
Addressable unit.
Early smoke detector.
Flame detector.
Heat detector.
Fire detector indicator, remote or local.
Fire alarm light in matrix.
Manual fire alarm. (manual call point)
Smoke detector.
Agent predischarge alarm and siren.
Agent extinguisher predischarge beacon.
Agent extinguisher indicator and status light.
Agent extinguisher status light matrix.
Agent extinguisher release field or matrix.
Door release.
Emergency shutdown status light matrix.
Emergency shutdown manual local reset.
Emergency shutdown and isolation switch.
Fire damper position status light matrix.

Type codes telecom. field equipment (third letter)

Antenna.

Monitor/TV sets.

Cables.

Taps/splitters/terminators.

Flashing lights.

Hoods.

Control units, switchboards and access units.

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Loudspeakers.

Microphone units.

Cameras.

Outlets/sockets.

Transceivers.

Transmitters.

Receivers.

Sensors.

Telephones.

Consoles, racks and cabinets.

Terminals/PC.

B.5

Type codes field equipment

B.5.1

Type codes drivers

Gas engines.

Diesel engines.

Air driven motors and starters.

Steam turbines.

Electrical motors.

Gas turbines.

Hydraulic motors and starters.

Other drivers, e.g. actuators.

B.5.2

Type codes cables

Control cables.

Earthing cables.

Heat tracing tapes/cables and space heaters.

J
K

Instrument cables.
Multipair cable < 50V.

Multipair cable = or > 50V.

Fibre optical.

Power cable.

T
Y

Telecom. cables.
Special cable.

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B.5.3

Intrinsically safe cable.

Type codes small power consumers

Electrical junction boxes.

E
N

Normal lighting fixtures.


Emergency lighting fixtures.

Interface hardwire electronically signal.

Switches and push buttons.

EDP-programs (soft tags) for mechanical package control.

Socket outlets.

B.5.4

Voltage level

>10 kV AC.

= or > 1 kV, = or < 10 kV AC.

= or > 440 V, < 1 kV AC.

> 110 V, = or < 400 V AC.

= or < 110 V, incl. 12 V, 24 V and 48 V.

> 700 V, = or < 750 V.

Heat tracing supply.

DC.

Earthing.

No-break system.

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App C

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Discipline codes

The following discipline code shall be included in the document code:

Engineering management: Contract management; project control (incl. cost estimating


and planning); administration (incl. resource organisation); data tools and processing (IT);
control of technical information and documentation; quality management; project
engineering and construction supervision/surveillance (incl. preparation,
precommissioning, commissioning, area supervision, field engineering,
construction/installation inspection, completion and insulation particular).
Procurement: Including purchasing, material control, expediting and receiving control.
Architect and building: Including insulation.

B
C
D
E
F
G
H
I

Electrical.
Geosciences.
HVAC.

J
K

Automation: Including instrumentation and metering.

L
M
N
O
P
Q
R
S
T
U
V
W
X
Y
Z

Piping and layout: Including piping insulation.


Material technology: Including surface treatment, metalizing and corrosion protection.
Structural: Including main structural steel, outfitting steel and aluminum.
Operation: Including operation inspection and maintenance.
Process.
Civil engineering.
Mechanical: Including mechanical completion.
HSE: Including fire protection and safety.
Telecommunication.

Weight and quantity.


Pipeline.
Multidiscipline.

Notes:
The discipline codes should be used consistently for the disciplines they belong to, without
regard to the profession, trade, department or contract they enter into. That is if the
disciplines safety, telecom., instrumentation or electrical are integrated in a drilling contract
the drilling contractor should use the discipline codes S, T, J and E respectively in the
document codes for documents belonging to the integrated disciplines and NOT the
discipline code D only.
The dominating discipline code may be used in the document codes for documents belonging to
package and equipment delivery.

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The multidiscipline code Z is optional, and shall only be used as an exception should no
discipline evidently dominate any other.

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App D

Document codes

Reference is made to NORSOK Z-001, appendix A.

D.1

List of document group codes

Economic documentation.

Calculations.

Technical data.

Criteria documentation.

Regulations.

Governing documents.

Lists.

Manuals.

Contracts.

Reports.

Specifications and standards.

Plans.

Verifying documentation.

Inspection and maintenance documentation.

Drawings.

EDP documentation.

D.2
AA

D.3
CA

D.4
DS

D.5
FA

A - Economic documentation
Accounting, budget.

C - Calculations
Analysis, tests and calculations.

D - Technical data
Data sheets.

F - Criteria documentation
Project manual, e.g. principal decisions.

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FD

D.6
GA

D.7
KA

D.8

Project design criteria and philosophies.

G - Regulations
Authorities documentation.

K - Governing documents
Procedures.

L - Lists

LA

Lists, registers and indexes.

LC

User manual content lists.

LD

Supplier master document/information registers.

LF

Legends and typical.

D.9

M - Manuals

MA

Equipment user manual (ref. NS5820), incl. technical descriptions.

MB

Operation and maintenance instructions.

MC

Parts and Spare parts lists.

MG

Equipment handling instructions.

MH

Lubrication schedules.

MZ

Overall DFO.

D.10

P - Contracts

PA

PO.

PB

Blanket order and frame agreements.

PC

Call off orders.

PD

Contracts.

PF

Work orders.

PJ

Material handling reports.

PK

Over, shortage and damage reports.

D.11
RA

R - Reports
Reports, incl. system and design reports.
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RB

Technical detail reports.

RC

Non conformance reports.

RD

Corrective actions.

RE

DFI-resumes.

RF

Verification reports.

D.12

S - Specifications and standards

SA

Standards.

SP

Specifications.

D.13

T - Plans

TA

Plans and schedules.

TB

Work plans.

TD

Cable and cable transit schedules.

TE

Estimates.

TF

Work packages.

TG

Spring schedules.

D.14
VA

Gradation: Internal

V - Verifying documentation
Manufacturing, fab. and verifying doc., incl. material trace ability, weld and NDE doc.,
third party verification and also photos of submerged structures and equipm.

VB

Certificates.

VM

Mechanical completion and commissioning dossiers.

D.15
WM

W - Inspection and maintenance documentation


Inspection and maintenance isometrics.

D.16

X - Drawings

XA

Flow diagrams.

XB

P&ID.

XC

D&ID.

XD

General arrangements.

XE

Layout drawings.

XF

Location drawings and plot plans.


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XG

Structural info., incl. main structural steel, second./outfitting steel, structural fire
protection and acoustic/thermal insulation and fire protection.

XH

Free span calculations Structural information, secondary steel.

XI

System topology and block diagrams.

XJ

Single line diagrams.

XK

Circuit diagrams.

XL

Logic diagrams.

XM

Level diagrams.

XN

Isometric drawings, incl. fab., heat tracing, stress and pressure testing.

XO

Pipe supports.

XP

Termination drawings for external connections.

XQ

Pneumatic/hydraulic connection drawings.

XR

Cause and effects.

XS

Detail cross sectional drawings.

XT

Wiring diagrams

XU

Loop diagrams.

XV

Structural information, outfitting steel.

XX

Miscellaneous drawings.

XY

Hook up drawings.

D.17

Gradation: Internal

Z - EDP documentation

ZA

EDP-documentation general.

ZB

Software documentation.

ZC

System documentation.

ZD

VDU-pictures.

ZE

Graphical reports from 3D CAD models.

ZF

3D CAD view models.

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App E
E.1

Gradation: Internal

Area codes [HOLD]


General

Area codes shall be used to locate TAGs and lines to a limited geographical area. The table below
includes all area codes for the Mongstad, TCM and CCM plants.
The allocated CCM Area code A88 is further devided into subareas by including an alpha
character, A, B, etc.
For CCM equipment that are located in areas at Mongstad, Area Codes (location codes) in TR1862
are applicable, ref dwg. SM-0000-L-P-002-01.
Omrde

Area (Location)

A01

Kai 1

Jetty 1

A02

Kai 2

Jetty 2

A03

Kai 3

Jetty 3

A04

Kai 4

Jetty 4

A05

HGO & Residue Tankgrd

HGO & Residue Tankyard

A06

ATK/NAFTA Tankgrd

ATK/NAFTA Tankyard

A07

LGO Tankgrd

LGO Tankyard

A08

Fremtidig Fjellager

Future Cavern

A09

GO/FO Tankgrd

GO/FO Tankyard

A10

Vannrenseanlegg

Water Treatment Plant

A11

Butanlager TK-6105

Butantank, TK-6105

A12

Bensin Tankgrd

Gasoline Tankyard

A13

Blyanlegg & div. tilsetn.

Area for Fuel Additives

A14

Bilfylleplass

Loading Area for Tank Lorries

A15

Nafta Tankgrd

Nafta Tankyard

A16

Prosessfde Tankgrd

Prosessfeed Tankyard

A17

Brannpumper og havnekontor

Firefighting Pumps and Port Office

A18

Rrgr. Kai 1 og Fjellager

Pipe Rack Jetty 1 and Caverns

A19

Rrgate Kai 2

Pipe Rack Jetty 2

A20

Hovedrrgate

Main Pipe Rack

A21

Fjellagerrrgate

Caverns Pipe Rack

A22

Lageromrde

Storage Area

A23

Hovedrrgate

Main Pipe Rack

A24

Hovedrrgate

Main Pipe Rack

A25

Hovedrrgate

Main Pipe Rack

A26

Fjellagerrrgate

Caverns Pipe Rack

A27

Fjellagerrrgate

Caverns Pipe Rack

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Omrde

Area (Location)

A28

Fjellagerrrgate

Caverns Pipe Rack

A29

Hovedrrgate

Main Pipe Rack

A30

Hovedrrgate

Main Pipe Rack

A31

Hovedrrgate

Main Pipe Rack

A32

Hovedrrgate

Main Pipe Rack

A33

Rrgate Kai 3

Pipe Rack Jetty 3

A34

Hovedrrgate

Main Pipe Rack

A35

Hovedrrgate

Main Pipe Rack

A36

Bensinblander Pumpestasjon

Gasoline Mixing Pump Station

A37

Butan Pumpestasjon

Butan Pump Station

A38

Produkt Pumpestasjon

Product Pump Station

A39

FO og GO Pumpestasjon

FO and GO Pump Station

A40

Gjenvunnet olje Pumpestasjon

Retrieved Oil Pump Station

A41

Kerosin Tankgrd

Kerosin Tankyard

A42

Friomrde

Unused Area

A43

Substasjon A

Substation A

A44

Prosessomrde A

Process Area A

A45

Kontrollrom

Control Room

A46

Kjemikalielager

Chemical Storage

A47

Kalsinert Koks Transp.s.

Calcined Coke Transp.s.

A48

Fakkelrrgate

Flare Pipe Rack

A49

Hovedrrgate

Main Pipe Rack

A50

Kai 14 og rrgate

Jetty 14 and Pipe Rack

A51

Til disposisjon

Vacant

A52

Til disposisjon

Vacant

A53

Fakkel 1 og Utskiller|

Flare 1 and Separator

A54

Kai 11, 12 og riggomrde

Jetty 11, 12 and Rigging Area

A55

Antistatisk tilsetning

Antistatic Additive

A56

Branntreningsomrde

Fire Fighting Training Area

A57

Grnnkoks lager

Green Coke Storage

A58

GO Tilsteningsstoff

GO Additives

A59

LPG Kuletanker

LPG Tanks (sphere)

A60

Prosessomrde B

Process Area B

A61

Admin.senter m/tilkjr.

Admin.Centre w/access roads

A62

Rolje Fjellager

Crude Oil Caverns

A63

Avfallsdeponi

Waste Disposal Area

A64

Rrgate Terminal Fjell

Pipe Rack Terminal Caverns

A65

Rrgate Terminal Fjell

Pipe Rack Terminal Caverns

A66

Mlestasjon for Kai 1/7

Meteringstation Jetty 1/7

A67

Rrgate Mlestasjon Kai 7

Pipe Rack Meteringstat. Jetty 7

A68

Substasjon TB/Nd generator

Substation TB/Emergency Generator

A69

Rrgate Mlestasjon Kai 1

Pipe Rack Meteringstat. Jetty 1

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Omrde

Area (Location)

A70

Kai 7

Jetty 7

A71

Ballastvann Tankgrd

Ballast Water Tankyard

A72

Gjenvunnet olje Tankgrd

Retrieved Oil Tankyard

A73

Rrgate srvest TK-7404

Pipe Rack South of TK-7404

A74

Rrgate

Pipe Rack

A75

Tilkjrsler LPG & Koks

Access Road for LPG & Coke

A76

LPG-lager og TCC

LPG-Cavern and TCC

A77

Fakkel 2 og Utskiller|

Flare 2 and Separator

A78

Bensin Tankgrd

Gasoline Tankyard

A79

Bensinblander Pumpestasjon

Gasoline Mixing Pump Station

A80

Rrgate Kai 9

Pipe Rack Jetty 9

A81

TROLL olje rr

TROLL Oil Pipeline

A83

Kai 10, Propan og Butan fjellager

Jetty 10, Propane and Butane Cavern

A84

Fjellager. (Se 18, 26-28)

Caverns. (Ref. 18, 26-28)

A85

NAFTA-Pumpestasjon

NAFTA- Pump Station

A86

Kai 6 og Smbthavn

Jetty 6 and Marina

A87

Energiverk Mongstad

Power Plant, Mongstad

A88

Kiosk og Fasiliteter

Substation and facilities

A89

Til disposisjon

Vacant

A90

Kai 8 og 9

Jetty 8 and 9

A91

Kloakksystem

Sewer System

A92

El.- og Instr. underg. system

El.- and Instr.- Underground System

A93

Brannvannsystem

Fire Fighting Water System

A94

Industri- og drikkevann

Industry- and Potable Water System

A95

Veier/plasser

Roads/places

A96

Grntanlegg

Green Space

A97

Omrde Ytre anlegg

Offsite Area

A98

Fyllingsomrde

Disposal Dump Area

A99

Omrde utenfor raffinery

Area Outside Refinery

A100

CHP

CHP

A101
A104

CO2 Fangst Testanlegg

CO2 Capture Test Plant

CCM Fangstanlegg

CCM Capture Plant

A105

CCM Prosessanlegg

CCM Stripping and Compression area

A106

CCM Kjlevannsgrop

CCM Utilities and Cooling Water System

A107

CCM Renseanlegg

CCM Waste Water Treatment Unit

A108

Fakkel omrde

Flare site

A109

Arealavsettning for prosjektet med CO2-rr.

CCM CO2 Transport Pipeline

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App F
F.1

Gradation: Internal

Product service codes, incl. colour coding


Objective, target group and provision

This appendix defines the finish colour and equipment marking of pipes, vessels,
equipment, tanks, building exteriors, etc.
This specification includes colours for indication of hazard and safety requirements.
This specification excludes colours for building interiors including textiles.

F.2

General

New or modified plant shall be marked/painted in accordance with this specification. Colour
identification & marking is a continual process and must be maintained throughout the
plant, and includes follow up maintenance where existing marking has faded, been removed
or shall be changed.
Safety colours are in accordance with NS 4210 and are used to identify systems or
equipment installed for safety purposes. Safety signs shall be according to statutory directive
no 972.
Safety systems to be used for fire fighting purposes shall be painted RED in accordance with
table in clause F.9 Colour Selection Schedule.

F.3

Safety Equipment

F.3.1

Warning of Danger

For all warnings of risk or occurrence of dangerous situations, the colour signal YELLOW,
(RAL 1023), shall be used.
The colour notifies risk of fire, explosion, radiation, poisoning etc. For warning purposes the
signal-YELLOW shall be used in combination with BLACK where signal-YELLOW stripes shall
represent a minimum of 50% of the total area.

F.3.2

Emergency Equipment

Signal-GREEN, (RAL 6024) shall be used in combination with WHITE, represented in stripes of
respective colours, for emergency showers, eye-baths, first aid medical equipment,
ambulance equipment, breathing equipment etc.

F.3.3

Emergency Showers

GREEN/WHITE shall be used for emergency showers.


All emergency showers shall have a GREEN florescent light as an aid to shower location.
Colours required are designated in clause F.3.2.

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F.3.4

Gradation: Internal

Escape Routes

YELLOW, (RAL 1023), shall be used to identify escape routes.


All escape routes shall be painted. Staircases, ladders elevators and handrails shall be
galvanized and have surface treatment in accordance with TR0042. The galvanised surfaces
of top handrails and ladder cages only shall be painted YELLOW for escape route marking

F.3.5

Emergency Stop Switches & Blow Down Valves

F.3.5.1

Emergency Stop Switches

Shall be marked with a Nameplate made of RED material with WHITE text stating TAG
number and description of what is deactivated. In addition there shall be a Signpost, made of
RED material with WHITE text with the description "NDSTOPPBRYTERE".

F.3.5.2

Blow Down Valves

Blow Down Valves (NDAVLASTNING in Norwegian) shall be marked with a Nameplate, made
of RED material with WHITE text.

F.4

Poisonous/Asphyxiating Medium

F.4.1

N2 and CO2 Gases

Tapping points for N2 and CO2 Gases shall be marked by a separate Nameplate made of
WHITE material with BLACK text.

F.5

Emergency, Safety, Warning Signposts

Shall be designed according to the following table:

SIGNPOST

SHAPE

Rescue and safety

Square or rectangle

Warning (note1)

Rectangle

Fire protection

Square or rectangle

First aid

Square or rectangle

Mandatory (note2)

Circle

Regulatory

Circle

COLOURS
GREEN background, WHITE
asterisk
YELLOW background, BLACK
edge, symbol inside
RED background, WHITE half
circle
GREEN background, WHITE
cross
BLUE backgsound, WHITE text
or symbol
WHITE background, RED edge
with beam. BLACK text and
symbol

Note1
Warning sign posts includes warning lamps and sound horn. Nameplates shall be as for Sample Points.
Note 2
Cabinets containing mandatory equipments shall also be labelled vith BLUE colours.

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Areas, where mandatory equipment is required, shall be labelled with mandatory sign posts,
indicating what type of equipment is mandatory.
Information boards, with a plot plan indicating areas where first aid and fire protection
equipment is found, shall be installed.

F.6

Chemicals

Chemical stations shall be labelled with nameplates. Nameplates shall state:


Chemical name

Toxicity:(etsende/brannfarlig/giftig)

Paving around chemical stations shall be labeled by painting a YELLOW line.


Chemical stations shall be equipped with the relevant Datasheet(s) noticeable displayed or
located in a nearby storage place.
Chemical injection points shall be given nameplates as for valves.

F.7

TAG-numbering, Nameplate and Sign post

Necessary visible name tagging of the installations shall be done before Mechanical
Completion is accepted.
Visible name tagging shall be in Norwegian language and shall be based on the Norwegian
version of the Operating Manuals. Equipment labelling shall be approved by Purchaser.
Equipment's shall be labelled according to the following requirements.

F.7.1

Static Process Equipment and Storage Tanks

Static Process Equipment (towers, drums, heat exchangers, heaters etc.), shall be labelled
with TAG number and name, according to equipment lists.
Labels shall be painted with BLACK letters on YELLOW background.
Off-site tanks shall be labeled by painting with BLACK letters directly on the equipment wall.
Labels shall be located (painted) on both sides of the equipment, approximately 1/3 H from
equipment top and shall be visible from ground and nearby roads.

F.7.2

Valves

Valves, which have a Tag No. on EFDs (Engineering Flow Diagram), shall be tagged
according to this specification.
NB: All offsite valves shall have a tag number.

F.7.2.1

Control Valves, XV- Valves

Shall be labeled with a nameplate stating Tag-no and Operation

F.7.2.2

Blow Down Valves Manual/Automatic

Shall be labeled with a nameplate stating Tag-no and Operation

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F.7.2.3

Gradation: Internal

Relief Valves

Safety valve shall be tagged with a stainless steel name plate stating:

Tag No.
Relief pressure
Test date

F.7.2.4

Battery Limit valves, Run Down Valves and Other Valves

Used in connection with specific operating procedures (ex. Regeneration) shall be considered
labeled with separate Nameplates, in order to obtain good operability.
Nameplates shall be made in WHITE laminated plastic with engraved text in BLACK letters.

F.7.3

Rotating equipment (machinery)

All Rotating equipment (pumps, motors, compressors etc.) shall be painted according to
Manufacturer`s standard colour. Rotating equipment shall be labelled, by painting the TAG
no. directly on the equipment foundation, equivalent to Static Process Equipment, or by a
separate nameplate. (BLACK letters on YELLOW material)
Start and stop switches shall be given separate Nameplates, made in laminated plastic with
TAG name and number engraved. Nameplates requirements shall be as for valves

F.7.4

Piping

Piping shall conform to Colour selection schedule. See clause F.9.


Off site lines shall be marked at all Road Bridges, Quays, Pump Manifolds, Tank Nozzles, and
Storage Caverns etc. Tank header lines shall be marked on the outside wall of the Tank
Catchments areas.

F.7.5

Sample Points

Sample points shall be labelled with a nameplate, according to the relevant EFD (Engineering
Flow Diagram). Name tags shall be made in WHITE material with BLACK text, stating TAG
number and Name (or service).
The Sample Points requiring a specific procedure for sampling shall have a sign describing
the method for sampling.

F.7.6

Utility Stations (Water, air, N2 etc.)

Utility stations shall be given nameplates on each outlet, stating the pipes contents. The
nameplate shall be made in WHITE material with BLACK text.

F.7.7

Spades

Spades shall be labeled with nameplate made in BLUE material with WHITE text, stating
spade number.

F.7.8

Storm Water & Oily Water Manhole (SW & OW)

Shall be labeled by painting TAG number (as for static equipment, see 2.3.1). according to
the following requirements:
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F.7.8.1

Gradation: Internal

Storm water (SW)

Background: colour GREEN,


TAG letter: colour BLACK

F.7.8.2

Oily water (OW)

Background: colour GREY,


TAG letter: colour BLACK,

F.7.9

Buildings

Buildings shall be labeled as off-site tanks.

F.7.10

Spreader beams

Spreader beams for lifting shall be coloured YELLOW and be marked


SWL, XXX (Note 1)
Note 1:
SWL = Safe Working Load
XXX = in metric tons

F.8

Sign & Nameplate Materials

Materials for signs, nameplate, tags etc. shall be made of corrosion resistant materials:
Laminated Plastic with engraved letters.
Aluminium & Stainless Steel Plate with/without a plastic colour background.
Label Making machines with a variation of tape widths and colours.

F.9

Colour selection schedule

ITEM DESCRIPTION
Pipe: General
Pipe: Fire fighting
Pipe: Operating temps above
200oC
Pipe: N2
Pipe: CO2
Fire Extinguishers, Sprinklers,
Hydrants, Monitors, Hose
Cabinets
Emergency Showers, Eye Baths
Pumps, Compressors, Fans,
Blowers and Electrical Motors
Valves, actuators
Staircases, Ladders, Handrails,
Elevators
Steel Construction Foundations
Towers, Drums, Stacks
Exchangers, Heater Reactors
Equipment with operating Temps
above 200oC
Tanks: Onsite
Tanks: Offsite

COLOUR

REMARKS

RAL 7032 (GREY)


RAL 3020 (RED)
Aluminium
RAL 6024 (GREEN)
RAL 7004/RAL 7015
RAL 3020 (RED)
RAL 9016/RAL 6024
(WHITE/GREEN Stripes)
Manufacturer standard colour
Manufacturer standard colour
RAL 1023 (Yellow)
RAL 7032 (GREY)
RAL 7032 (GREY)

According to NS 813
According to NS 813
NS 4054

Top Handrail and Cages only


(Not Galvanised Material)
Excludes Refractory lined items
with Temp. Indicating Paint

Aluminium
RAL 7032 (GREY)
NCS 5010 Y70R (BROWN)

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Refractory lined Carbon and


Ferretic Alloy items when
temperature Indicating Paint is
Specified
Instrument panels:
In out stations:
Doors only
Reminder
Local field mounted
In Control Rooms
a) Bailey Equipment
Structure
Facias
Keyboard
Area Lines
b) Computing Equipment

Colour based on Technical


Requirement

RAL 3011 (RED)


RAL 7032 (GREY)
RAL 7032 (GREY)
LIGHT GREY

Electrical Panels & Switch gear


Power Transformers
Steel Clad Building (Compressor
House, etc.)
Concrete Surfaces (Tanks, Stacks,
etc)
Jacket on Insulated Pipe and
Equipment

F.9.1
NS 813:
NS 4210:
TR0042:
TR3111:

Gradation: Internal

BLACK
BLACK and WHITE letters
RED
Manufacturers standard
colours
RAL 7032 (GREY)
RAL 7003 (GREY)
RAL 1002 (Yellow)
Untreated (GREY)
Colour of insulation Jacket

Not painted

Informative References
Identification colours for pipes
Safety colours and safety signs
Surface preparation and protective coating
LCI Requirements - Data content and transfer

Statutory directive no 972: Sikkerhetsskilting og signalgivning p arbeidsplassen / The


Norwegian Labour Inspection Authority, FOR 1994-10-06 nr 972

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App G

Gradation: Internal

Block allocation of sequence nos.

Sequence no. blocks may be used for identification purpose and to separating contractors,
subcontractors and suppliers, and shall be reserved by the organisation unit for implementation
and maintenance of technical information and documentation in the operational units in close cooperation with the disciplines.
F&G detectors shall have sequence number series xxxxx to zzzzz HOLD as allocated by MRDA.
Any additional needs shall be coordinated through Company.
0

100

200

300

400

500

600

700

800

900

0
1 000
2 000
3 000
4 000
5 000
6 000
7 000
8 000
9 000

Examples:
100 - 199 for function and type code UB, X-mas tree system equipment (appendix B.2).
200 - 1199 for function and type code RAL Public address and alarm loudspeakers (appendix B.2
and B.4).
9500 - 9999 for document type code LA, lists and registers (appendix D).

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H.1

Gradation: Internal

Tag format summary [HOLD]


General

In principle CENS describes only three - 3 - tag code formats, including the following variants of
function and type codes, sequence nos. and appendices:
Tag code formats

Tag code appendix

Format descriptions

Ref.

Main equipment.

4.2

formats
NNA(AAAA)Z(Z)NN(A)
NNA(AAAA)Z(Z)NN(A)

-NNNNAA-AAZZZ(A)

Pipeline.

4.4.3

NNA(AAAA)Z(Z)NN(A)

-ANN-(ANN)

4.5

NNA(AAAA)Z(Z)NN(A)

-NNZZ-ANN

Field equipment. related to main


equipm.
Electrical field equipment.

NNA(AAAA)Z(Z)NN(A)

-A

4.7.2.1

NNA(AAAA)Z(Z)NN(A)

-ANN

Automation/telecom. field
equipment.
Automation/telecom. cable.

AANNNNNN(A)

Electrical cable.

4.6.1

NNAAZZZZZ-ZNN

F&G detection.

4.7.2.2

F&G cable.

4.7.1

Pipe support.

4.4.4

NNAAZZZZZ-ZNN

-ANN

AZZZANNNN

H.2

4.6.2

4.7.1

Tag code formats

Main tag code format NNA(AAAA)Z(Z)NN(A):


Char.

10

11

12

Code

(A

A)

(Z)

(A)

Character

Code description

References

1.-2.

System code 00-99.

3.

Piping type code A-Z.

4.2

3.-4.

Function and type code AA-ZZ.

B.2

3.-4.

Telecom. central eqm. function and type code AA-ZZ.

B.2.2.14

5.

Telecom. field eqm. type code A-Z.

B.4

3.-7.

Instrument function and type code AAAAA-ZZZZZ.

ANSI/ISA-S5.1 or
B.3.1

8.-9.

Platform or SPS installation code A-ZZ.

4.3

8.-9.

Well no. for SPS instruments 01-99.

4.2 and 4.7.2.1

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10.-11.

Well or slot no. 01-99.

4.2

10.-11.

Sequence no. for sub sea flow lines 01-99.

4.4.2

8.-11.

Sequence no. 0001-9999.

8.-11.

Instrument loop no. 0001-9999.

IEC1346-1

12.

Parallel or serial code A-Z.

12.

NPDs mandatory fixed code H for sea well indication.

4.3

12.

Change in size within a line indicated by a suffix A-Z.

4.4.2

12.

Fixed code Z to indicate intrinsically safe instrument and

4.2

telecom. junction boxes or not.


12.

Parallel or serial instrument code A-Z.

IEC1346-1

Electrical cable tag code format AANNNNNN(A):


Char.

Code

(A)

Character

Code description

References

1.

Cable type code A-Z.

B.5.2

2.

Voltage level type code A-Z.

B.5.4

3.-4.

System code 00-99.

5.-8.

Sequence no. 0001-9999.

9.

Parallel or serial cable code A-

IEC1346-1

Z.
F&G detection tag code format NNAAZZZZZ-ZNN:
Char.

10

11

12

Code

-Z

Character

Code description

References

1.-2.

System code 00-99.

3.-4.

F&G detection function and type code AA-ZZ.

B.3.2

3.-4.

Telecom. central eqm. function and type code

B.2.2.14

AA-ZZ.
5.-9.

Fire zone AAAAA-ZZZZZ or 00001-99999.

10.

Loop sequence no. 1-9 or A-Z.

11.-12.

F&G detector no. 01-99.

4.7.2.2

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Pipe support tag code format AZZZANNNN:


Char.

Code

Character

Code description

References

1.-4.

Area location code AAAA-ZZZZ or A001-

Z999.
5.

Pipe support function code A-Z.

4.4.4

6.-9.

Sequence no. 0001-9999.

H.3

Tag code appendix formats

These formats are appendices to the main tag code format, with the exception of F&G cables.
Pipeline format -NNNNAA-AAZZZ(A):
Char.

13

14

15

16

17

18

19

20

21

22

23

24

Code

-N

-A

(A)

Character

Code description

References

13.-16.

Line size 0001-9999.

4.4.1

17.-18.

Product service code AA-

ZZ.
19.-24.

Pipe class identification.

TR2000

Field equipment related to main equipment format -ANN-(ANN):


Char.

13

14

15

16

17

18

Code

-A

-(A

N)

Character

Code description

References

13.

Driver type code A-Z.

B.5.1

13.

Cable type code A-Z.

B.5.2

14.-15.

Sequence no. 01-99.

16.

Small power consumer type code

B.5.3

13.

A-Z.
17.-18.

Sequence no. 01-99.

Electrical field equipment format -NNZZ-ANN:

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Char.

13

14

15

16

17

18

19

Code

-N

-A

Character

Code description

References

13.-16.

Circuit no. 01AA-99ZZ or 0101-

B.5.1

9999.
17.

Kind of item A-Z.

IEC1346-1

17.

Small power consumer type code

B.5.3

A-Z.
18.-19.

Sequence no. 01-99.

Automation/telecom. field equipment format -A:


Char.

13

Code

-A

Character

Code description

Reference

13.

Discipline code A-

Z.
Automation/F&G/telecom. cable format -ANN:
Char.

13

14

15

Code

-A

Character

Code description

References

13.

Cable type code A-

B.5.2

Z.
14.-15.

Sequence no. 01-

99.

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App I
I.1
Code

I.2
Code

I.3
Code

Gradation: Internal

Originator code details


Contractor originator codes
Originator

Scope of work

Contract no.

Subcontractor originator code


Originator

Scope of work

Supplier originator code (PO number)


Originator

Scope of work / PO description

PO no

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