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3 Symbol Keys

Note: How to define symbol keys is described in Chapter 10 of the ISODRAFT


User Guide.

3.1 Introduction

This appendix lists the symbol key (i.e. the SKEY text attribute) and the
plotted symbol used to identify each type of component on isometric
drawings. There is a section for each generic type. The sections are in
alphabetic order of generic type:
BEND (see ELBOw) See Section 3.6.
CAP See Section 3.2.
CLOSure See Section 3.3.
COUPling See Section 3.4.
CROSs See Section 3.5.
ELBOw See Section 3.6.
FBLInd (Blind Flange) See Section 3.7.
FILTer See Section 3.8.
FLANge See Section 3.9.
FTUBe (Fixed-length Tube) See Section 3.10.
INSTrument See Section 3.11.
LJSEnd (Lap Joint, Stub End) See Section 3.12.
OLET (see TEE) See Section 3.16.
PCOMponent (Pipe Component) See Section 3.13.
REDUcer See Section 3.14.
SHU See Section 3.15.
TEE See Section 3.16.
TRAP See Section 3.17.
UNIOn See Section 3.18.
VALVe See Section 3.19.
VENT See Section 3.20.
VFWAy (Four–way Valve) See Section 3.21.
VTWAy (Three–way valve) See Section 3.22.
WELD See Section 3.23.
FLOR (pipe through floor) See Section 3.24.
Section 3.25 is an alphabetical list of symbol keys cross–referenced to the
generic types of the components to which they refer.

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The following information is given for each SKEY:


Component The actual component description
description
SKEY A four–letter identifier
Plotted symbol The symbol plotted on isometrics, plus
dimensions (in mm)
P–points The position and direction of the P–points
with respect to the plotted symbol. P–points
needed to specify components fully are shown
against the symbols. P–points which are
optional are not shown, but their effects are
explained in the notes when appropriate.
Notes The numbers in the right–hand column refer
to the notes at the end of each section.

3.1.1 P–points
When you define piping components in PARAGON, you must remember
the following rules so that ISODRAFT can produce isometrics correctly:
• P0 is automatically set and defines the origin of the component.
• For two–way components, the arrive and leave p–points must be
numbered P1 and P2 (not necessarily in that order). For two–way
valves, the spindle direction must be indicated by P3.
• For three–way components, the offline leg must be indicated by
P3. The spindle direction for three–way valves must be specified
by using a p–point greater than P3, which must have its bore unset.
• For four–way components, the two straight–through flows must
have p–points P1/P2 and P3/P4. The spindle direction for four–way
valves must be specified by using a p–point greater than P4, which
must have its bore unset.
• For eccentric reducers without a connection point, the flat
side must be indicated by P3. Eccentric reducers with a
connection point must use P3, with a valid bore set, to indicate
the connection point and must use P9, with bore unset, for
orientation of the flat side.
• For U–bends (defined as bends of more than 135 degrees), the p–
points must be set as shown for each symbol.

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3.2 CAP Symbol Keys

Component SKEY Plotted Symbol P–points Notes


Description

5.5
Cap - Butt Weld KABW 1 0 2 1
3.5

3.75
Cap - Compression KACP 1 0 2 1
2.0

3.5
Cap - Screwed KASC 1 0 2 1
1.5

Cap - Socket Weld KASW 3.5 D 1 0 2

1.5

Notes:
1. The p–point configurations refer only to Caps used solely for
blanking and are positioned on the axis of the appropriate face
(depending on type). Caps with different p–point configurations,
such as ‘flipped’ Caps (where P1 is Pleave and P2 is Parrive) or Caps
used as Reducers, can result in incorrect output.

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3.3 CLOS Symbol Keys

Component SKEY Plotted Symbol P–points Notes


Description

Pipe Block PF 4.75 0


1 2
Fixed Length
2.5

Pipe Block PV 4.5 0


1 2
Variable Length
2.5

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3.4 COUP Symbol Keys

Component SKEY Plotted Symbol P–points Notes


Description

2.0
Nipple - Screwed NRSC 0
1 2
4.0

0
Nipple - Screwed NBSC 1.0 2.5
1 2

4.0

1.5

3.5 0
Coupling - COCP 1 2
3.5
Compression
2 2

2.5

0
3.5
Coupling - Screwed COSC 1 2

2 2

2.5

Coupling - Socket COSW 3.5 D D


0
1 2
Weld
2 2

8.0
6.5 ) 1.5
(
Butt Weld Elbolet CEBW 0 1
1 2

8.0
6.5 D ) 1.5
(
Socket Weld Elbolet CESW 0 1
1 2

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3.4 COUP Symbol Keys (continued)

Component SKEY Plotted Symbol P–points Notes


Description

8.0
0
Screwed Elbolet CESC 6.5 ) 1
( 1.5 1 2

Notes:
1. The dimensions of these components depend upon plotted leg length.
The default plotted leg length is 9mm, but you can set this to a
different value using the LEGLENGTH command. The minimum value
you can set is 6mm.

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3.5 CROS Symbol Keys

Component SKEY Plotted Symbol P–points Notes


Description

3
1 2
Cross - Butt Weld CRBW 0 2
4

3
1 2
Cross - Socket Weld CRSW 0 2
4

3
1 2
Cross - Compression CRCP 0 2
4

3
1 2
Cross - Flanged CRFL 0 2
4

3
1 2
Cross - Screwed CRSC 0 2
4

3
) ) 1 0 2
Cross - Set on CRSO ( ( 1, 2
4

REINFORCED
3
Cross - Set on ) ) 1 0 2
CRRF ( ( 1,2
Reinforced 4

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3.5 CROS Symbol Keys (continued)

Notes:
1. The positions of P3 and P4 along the vertical axis are important for
deriving correct cut pipe lengths. The vertical displacements of P3
and P4 are determined by the points at which the offline legs
intersect the main line. P0, P1, P2, P3 and P4 will be coincident
when the offline leg has the same bore as the main line.
2. The dimensions of all Cross components depend upon plotted leg
length. The default plotted leg length is 9mm, but you can set this to
a different value using the LEGLENGTH command. The minimum
value you can set is 6mm.

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3.6 ELBO or BEND Symbol Keys

Component SKEY Plotted Symbol P–points Notes


Description
1
0
Elbow - Butt Weld ELBW 1,9
(90 and 45 degree) 2

Elbow - Butt Weld ETBW 1,5,9


2
with a Connection
(90 and 45 degree)
3 1

Elbow - Butt Weld EUBW 4 3 5


2,9
180 degree Return 1 0 2

(U Elbow)
1
0
Elbow Compression ELCP 1,9
(90 and 45 degree) 2

Elbow Compression ETCP 1,5,9


2
with a Connection ) )
(90 and 45 degree) ( (
3 0 1

Elbow - Screwed EBSC 1


0
1,9
with Male Ends
(90 and 45 degree) 2

Elbow - Screwed ELSC 1


0
1,9
with Female Ends
(90 and 45 degrees) 2

Elbow - Screwed - ETSC 1,5,9


2
Female with a ) )
Connection ( (
3 0 1
(90 and 45 degree)

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Component SKEY Plotted Symbol P–points Notes


Description
1
0
Elbow - Socket Weld ELSW 1,9
2

2
Elbow - Socket Weld ETSW 1,5,9
) )
with a Connection ( ( 3 0 1

( 1
0
)
Elbow - Reducing ER** 2
1,6

1
0
Bend - Flanged BEFL 1,9
(all angles) 2

Bend - Flanged BTFL 1,5,9


2
with a Connection
) )
(all angles) ( ( 3 0 1

Bend - Flanged BUFL 4 3 5


2,9
180 degree Return 1 0 2

(U Bend)
1
0

Bend - Mitre MIFL 2


1,9

Flanged Bend - MTFL 1,5,9


2
Mitre with a
Connection Flanged 3 0 1

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3.6 ELBO or BEND Symbol Keys (continued)

Component SKEY Plotted Symbol P–points Notes


Description
1
0

Bend - Mitre MIBW 2


1,7,9

1
0

Bend - Mitre MIPL 2


1,8,9

Butt Weld Bend -


2
Mitre with a MTBW 1,5,9
Connection 0 3 1

Butt Weld Bend -


2
Mitre with a MTPL 1,5,9
Connection 0 3 1

1
0
Bend - Lobster Back L@FL 1,3,9
Flanged 2

Bend - Lobster Back


2
with a Connection
T@FL 1,3,5,9
Flanged 3 0 1

1
0
Bend - Lobster Back L@BW 1,3,9
Butt Weld 2

1
0

Lobster Back Bend L@PL 2


1,3,8,9

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Component SKEY Plotted Symbol P–points Notes


Description

2
Bend - Lobster Back T@BW 1,3,5,9
with a Connection 0 3 1

2
Bend - Lobster Back T@PL 1,3,5,9
with a Connection 0 3 1

1
0
Bend - Pulled PB+D 1,4,9
(All Angles) 2

Bend - Pulled 4 3 5

180 degree Return 1 0 2


BU+D 2,4,9
(U Bend)
Bend - Pulled with a
2
Connection TB+D 1,4,5,9
(All Angles) 0 3 1

Notes:
1. Generic types ELBO and BEND have a connection reference to
facilitate connections to the elbow or bend. ISOGEN will always
treat an elbow or bend as having an offline leg if it has a P3 with a
bore greater than zero. Care is needed when selecting a symbol key
and point set in order to achieve the required results.
2. To use this symbol, the p–points must be arranged as shown in the
following diagram and P3 should not have its bore set.
5
2

0 3

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3. Replace the @ character in the symbol key with an integer (1 to 9)


denoting the number of segments.
4. Replace the + character in the symbol key with an integer (1 to 9)
denoting the ratio of the bend radius to the pipe bore.
5. The p–point for the offline connection (P3) can be positioned
anywhere along the horizontal (P1) axis that suits your specific
component design.
6. Reducing elbows can have any of the end types BW, CP, FL, SC, or
SW, but not PL.
7. This type of component is treated as a fitting in the material list.
8. This type of component is treated as tube in the material list.
9. The dimensions of all Elbow and Bend components depend upon
plotted leg length. The default plotted leg length is 9mm, but you
can set this to a different value using the LEGLENGTH command. The
minimum value you can set is 6mm.

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3.7 FBLI Symbol Keys

Component SKEY Plotted Symbol P–points Notes


Description

4.5
Flange - Blind FLBL 1 0 2

2.5

4.5 ) 0
Flange - Reducing FLRC ( 1
1 2
Concentric
1.0

1 0
4.5 )
(
Flange - Reducing FLRE 3 2
1,2
Eccentric
1.0

Notes:
1. Reducing flanges will have clarifying text plotted on the isometric
drawing to highlight their presence.
2. P3 is used only for orientation and will have its bore unset.

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3.8 FILT Symbol Keys

Component SKEY Plotted Symbol P–points Notes


Description
0
4.5
Filter/Strainer - FI** 1 2 1
Straight Through 8.0

9.0
0
2
Filter/Strainer - 1
FA** 9.0 1,2
Angle 4.5

8.0

1
6.0
Filter/Strainer - 6.0
FO** 1,3,5
Offset 3 2
8.0

4.5
Filter/Strainer - 3
FR** 2 1,4
Return
1
8.0

Notes:
1. Replace the ** characters in the symbol key with one of the
following end condition identifiers:
BW for butt weld
CP for compression
SW for socket weld
FL for flanged
SC for screwed
PL for plain

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3.8 FILT Symbol Keys (continued)

2. To use this symbol, the p–points must be arranged as shown in the


following diagram:

P0
P2

P1

3. To use this symbol, the p–points must be arranged as shown in the


following diagram:

P0

P2
P1
P1 P0

P3 P3 P2

Plan

P1 P0
P0 P1

P2 P3 P2
P3

End Side

Note that the horizontal offset may be zero; i.e. P0, P1, P2 and P3
may be coplanar.

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3.8 FILT Symbol Keys (continued)

4. To use this symbol, the p–points must be arranged as shown in the


following diagram:

P2
P3

P0 P1

Note that P3 is used only for orientation purposes and will have its
bore unset. The horizontal offset may be zero; i.e. P0 and P1(and
similarly P2 and P3) may be coincident.
5. Generic type FILT has a connection reference to facilitate
connections to reducers.
If the connection facility is not being used, then an eccentric reducer
will have a p–arrive, a p–leave, and a P3 to orientate the flat side.
If the connection facility is to be used, P3 will be the connection p–
point and as such must have valid bore and orientation data for the
connection. As the flat side can be either in the same direction as the
connection or directly opposite, a P9 p–point must be used to give
the orientation of the flat side.

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3.9 FLAN Symbol Keys

Component SKEY Plotted Symbol P–points Notes


Description

5.0
Flange - Blind FLBL 1 0 2

1.0

1.0

Flange -Flared/Loose FLFL 1 0 2


1
Backing 3.5 )
( 5.0

1.0

Flange - Backing FLLB 3.5 ) 5.0


1 0 2 2
(

)
5.0 (
Flange - Reducing FLRC
0

1 2
3
Concentric
1.0
0
)
5.0 ( 1 2
Flange - Reducing FLRE 3 3
Eccentric
1.0

2.0

) 0
Flange - Screwed FLSC 5.0 3.5 (
1 2

1.0

5.0 )
( 0
Flange - Slip On FLSO
1 2

1.0

5.5 )
Flange - Slip On with ( 0
FLSJ 1
‘J’ Type Weld 1 2

1.0

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3.9 FLAN Symbol Keys (continued)

Component SKEY Plotted Symbol P–points Notes


Description

)
4
5.5 ( 3
Flange - Orifice Slip FOSO
On 0 1 2

1.0

) 0
5.5 3.5 (
Flange - Socket Weld FLSW 1 2

1.0 2.0

) 0
5.5 (
Flange - Weld Neck FLWN 1 2

4.0

)
5.5 ( 3
Flange - Orifice Weld FOWN 4
Neck 0 1 2

1.0 3.0

Notes:
1. To allow for the amount of pipe that normally passes through the
component before cutting or grinding off, a cutting allowance is
included if the LOOSE atribute of the flange is set to TRUE. This
allowance is determined by the value of the ALLO attribute, if set. If
the ALLO attribute is not set (or set to zero), the allowance will
default to 150mm. However, this default value can be altered by the
LOOSEFLANGEALLOWANCE command.
The system used by previous version of the software (using
‘intuitive’ P3 points) is still supported.
2. To be used in conjunction with LJSE symbols FLRG or FLSE.
3. Reducing flanges will have clarifying text plotted on the isometric
drawing to highlight their presence.
4. Orifice flanges will have clarifying text plotted on the isometric
drawing to highlight their presence.

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3.10 FTUB Symbol Keys

Component SKEY Plotted Symbol P–points Notes


Description
0
Fixed Length Pipe - FPFL 1
1 2
With flanged ends
0
Fixed Length Pipe - FPPL
2.0 1 2
Without flanged ends
4.0
0
Fixed Length Pipe - TUBE
1 2
to be displayed and
stretched, like
implied tube on an
isometric
Note:
1. The dimensions of all piping components depend upon plotted leg
length. The default plotted leg length is 9mm, but you can set this to
a different value using the LEGLENGTH command. The minimum
value you can set is 6mm.

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3.11 INST Symbol Keys

Component SKEY Plotted Symbol P–points Notes


Description
Instrument II** 4.5 0 1,5
1 2
8.0

9.0
2
4.0 0
Instrument - Angle IA** 9.0 1 1,2,5

4.0

0
1
4.5
Instrument - Offset IO** 1,3
3 2
8.0

8.0
3
2
Instrument - Return IR** 1,4
4.5 1
0

6.5 DIA
3 2
Instrument - Dial IDPL 3.0
0
1
6

6.5 DIA
2
Instrument - Dial 3
IDFL 0
1
6
Flanged 3.0
0.25

5.5 0
3.0
Orifice Plate OP 1 2

3.0

1.0 5.5 0
Restrictor Plate RP 1 2

3.0

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Component SKEY Plotted Symbol P–points Notes


Description
0
4.5
1 2

Rupture Disk DR 2.5 2.0

3.5

2.5

4.5
4.0 03
Valve - Angle 2
RA** 8.0 1 1,5
Relief/Vent
4.75

2.5

4.5
Valve - Angle 4.0 03
XA** 2
1
1,5
Pressure Reducing 8.0

4.75

4.0
1.5
2.0
Valve Control CV** 4.0 1,5
1 03 2

6.5

4.0
2.0
2.5
03
Valve - Angle Control CA** 4.0 2 1,5
1

3.25

4.75

4.0
1.75
2.25
Valve - 3 Way 4.0 0 4
C3** 1 3 2
1,5
Control 4.75
9.25

4.75

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Component SKEY Plotted Symbol P–points Notes


Description
9.25

Valve - 4 Way 4.0


4
C4** 1
0 5
3 2
1,5
Control 8.0

4.75

4.5

2.0
Valve - Control
SV** 3.5 1,5
Square Indicator 4.0 1 0 3 2

14.0

4.5

2.0
Valve - Angle Control 03
SA** 1 1,3
Square Indicator 4.0 2
8.0

4.5

2.0
Valve - 3 Way 3.75 4
4.0 0 2
Control Square S3** 1
3 1,5
Indicator
4.75

9.25
Valve - 4 Way 4.0
3
0
Control Square S4** 8.0 1
4
2 1,5
Indicator
4.75

4.0
Valve - Control MV** 2.5 1,5
Motorised Indicator 4.0 1 0 3 2

6.5

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Component SKEY Plotted Symbol P–points Notes


Description

4.0
2.5
4.0 03
1
Valve - Angle Control MA** 8.0 2 1,5
Motorised Indicator 6.5

4.5

4.0
2.5 4
4.0 0
Valve- 3 Way Control 1
3
2
M3** 9.25
8.0 1,5
Motorised Indicator
4.75

9.25

Valve- 4 Way Control 3


M4** 4.0 0 1,5
Motorised Indicator 8.0
1
4
2

4.75

4.0

3.0
Valve - Control 2.0
Hand Indicator HV** 4.0 1 03 2 1,5
6.5

4.0

3.0
2.0
Valve - Angle Control 4.0 3
HA** 1 0 1,5
Hand Indicator 8.0 2
9.25

4.75

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Component SKEY Plotted Symbol P–points Notes


Description
4.0

3.25
4
2.75
4.0 0
Valve - 3Way Control 1 2
H3** 8.0
3
1,5
Hand Indicator 9.25

4.75

9.25

3
Valve - 4Way Control 4.0 0
H4** 8.0
1
4
2
1,5
Hand Indicator
4.75

3.0

4.0
Valve - Pressure XV** 4.0 2.5 1 0 3 2 1,5
Reducing
5.75 3.5

3.5

4.0
Valve - Relief/Vent RV** 4.0 1 0 3 2 1,5

9.25

Notes:
1. Replace the ** characters in the symbol key with one of the
following end condition identifiers:
BW for butt weld
CP for compression
SW for socket weld
FL for flanged
SC for screwed
PL for plain

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3.11 INST Symbol Keys (continued)

2. To use this symbol, the p–points must be arranged as shown in the


following diagram:

P0
P2

P1
3. To use this symbol, the p–points must be arranged as shown in the
following diagram:

P0

P2
P1
P1 P0

P3 P3 P2

Plan

P1 P0
P0 P1

P2 P3 P2
P3

End Side

Note that the horizontal offset may be zero; i.e. P0, P1, P2 and P3
may be coplanar.

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3.11 INST Symbol Keys (continued)

4. To use this symbol, the p–points must be arranged as shown in the


following diagram:

P2
P3

P0 P1

Note that the horizontal offset may be zero; i.e. P0 and P1(and
similarly P2 and P3) may be coincident.
5. If an orientation p–point (P3) is present in the point set and is
oriented away from the XYZ axes, then the orientation of this p–
point will be shown on the isometric.
6. Instrument dials can have a P3 with an unset bore for orienting the
dial. This p–point will normally be positioned perpendicular to the
dial face, on the dial axis. A message will be output near the
component showing the orientation of P3.

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3.12 LJSE Symbol Keys

Component SKEY Plotted Symbol P–points Notes


Description
1.0

Lap Joint FLRG 1


Ring Loose 2.5 (
)
5.0 1 0 2

1.0

Lap Joint FLSE 1


Stub End Loose 2.5 )
( 5.5 10 2

Note:
1. To be used in conjunction with FLAN symbol FLLB.

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3.13 PCOM Symbol Keys

Component SKEY Plotted Symbol P–points Notes


Description
9.0

2
4.5 0
9.0
1
Block - Angle BA** 1,2

4.5

8.0

0
Block - Offset BO** 8.0
6.0 1 1,3
5.5 3 2

5.5

3
Block - Return BR** 26
2 1,4
21.5 0
1

0.7
3.4
01 2
Expansion Bellows EX** 5.6
1

5.5

Flame Trap FT** 5.0 1


01 2

9.0

2
0
4.5
9.0 1

Block - Angle BA** 1,2

4.5

5.5
Flexible Hose FX** 1
2.5 01 2

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3.13 PCOM Symbol Keys (continued)

Component SKEY Plotted Symbol P–points Notes


Description
4.5

Hose Coupling CH** 1


2.5
01 2

4.5
Non-category Item NC** 1
2.5
01 2

2.0 1.5

Plug PL
3.0 2.5
1 0 2

3.0

Restrictor Plate RP
5.5 1.0 01 2

5.5

5.5
Sight Glass SG** 1 0 2 1,5

4.4

2.25

2.25

Slip Plate SP 7.0


3 5,6
10 2

1.25

2.25

2.25

Slip Ring SR 7.0 3 5,6


10 2

1.25

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3.13 PCOM Symbol Keys (continued)

Component SKEY Plotted Symbol P–points Notes


Description
2.25

4.50
Spectacle Blind SB 3 5,6
6.0
10 2

1.25

4.0
2
Tundish (Funnel) TU** 5.0 1
8.0 0 1
3.0

Notes
1. Replace the ** characters in the symbol key with one of the
following end condition identifiers:
BW for butt weld
CP for compression
SW for socket weld
FL for flanged
SC for screwed
PL for plain
2. To use this symbol, the p–points must be arranged as shown in the
following diagram:

P0
P2

P1

To use this symbol, the p–points must be arranged as shown in the


following diagram:

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P0

P2
P1
P1 P0

P3 P3 P2

Plan

P1 P0
P0 P1

P2 P3 P2
P3

End Side

Note that the horizontal offset may be zero; i.e. P0, P1, P2 and P3
may be coplanar.
4. To use this symbol, the p–points must be arranged as shown in the
following diagram:

P2
P3

P0 P1

Note that the horizontal offset may be zero; i.e. P0 and P1(and
similarly P2 and P3) may be coincident.
5. If an orientation p–point is present in the point set, the orientation
of this p–point will be shown on the isometric.
6. The p–point set shown represents a typical arrangement for
positioning and orienting the component, but is not mandatory.

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3.14 REDU Symbol Keys

3.14.1 Concentric Reducers


Component SKEY Plotted Symbol P–points Notes
Description
5.5

Reducer - Concentric RCBW 3.5 () () 0.75 01 2 1


Butt Weld
6.5

Reducer - Concentric CPBW 3.5 () () 1.0 01 2 1


Fabricated from Plate
6.5

Reducer - Concentric CSBW 3.5 () () 1.0 01 2 1


Swaged from Pipe
6.5
Reducer - Concentric
with a Connection CTBW 3.5 () () 1.0
3 1
Butt Weld 01 2

6.5
Reducer - Concentric
with a Connection CZBW 3.5 () () 1.0
3 1
Fabricated from Plate 01 2

6.5
Reducer - Concentric
with a Connection CXBW 3.5 () () 1.0
3 1
Swaged from Pipe 01 2

5.5

Reducer - Concentric RCCP 4.0 3.0 01 2 1


Compression

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3.14.1 REDU - concentric (continued)


Component SKEY Plotted Symbol P–points Notes
Description
5.5

Reducer - Concentric RCFL 4.5 1


Flanged 3.5 01 2

Reducer - Concentric 5.5

Fabricated from Plate CPFL 4.5 1


Flanged 3.5 01 2

Reducer - Concentric 5.5

Swaged from Pipe CSFL 4.5 1


Flanged 3.5 01 2

Reducer - Concentric 5.5

with a Connection 3
CTFL 4.5 1
Flanged 3.5
1 0 2

Reducer - Concentric 5.5

with a Connection 3
CZFL 4.5 1
Fabricated from Plate 3.5
1 0 2
Flanged
Reducer - Concentric 5.5

with a Connection 3
CXFL 4.5 1
Swaged from Pipe 3.5
1 0 2
Flanged
6.5
Reducer - Concentric RNSC
Nipple
3.5 1.0 1 0 2
1

Reducer - Concentric RCSC 5.5

Screwed
3.5 1.0
1 0 2
1

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Component SKEY Plotted Symbol P–points Notes
Description
6.5
Reducer - Concentric
with a Screwed 3
CTSC 3.5 1.0 1
Connection 1 0 2

6.5

Reducer - Concentric RCSW 3.5 1.0 1


Socket Weld 1 0 2

6.5
Reducer - Concentric
with a Connection 3
CTSW 3.5 1.0 1
Socket Weld 1 0 2

6.5

Reducer - Concentric RBSW 3.5 1.0 1


Socket Weld Bush 1 0 2

Special Reducing RF 3.25

Flange 1
4.75 1.0 1 0 2

Notes:
1. A concentric reducer with a connection point will have an additional
p–point, P3, with a valid bore. A concentric reducer without a
connection will have only a p–arrive and p–leave, as shown.

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3.14.2 Eccentric Reducers


Component SKEY Plotted Symbol P–points Notes
Description
5.5

Reducer - Eccentric 5.5 (


)
)
REBW ( 2.0
1 0 2 1,2
Butt Weld

5.5

Reducer - Eccentric 5.5 (


)
)
EPBW ( 2.0
1 0 2 1,2
Fabricated from Plate

5.5

Reducer - Eccentric 5.5 (


)
)
ESBW ( 2.0
1 0 2 1
Swaged from Pipe

6.5
Reducer - Eccentric
with a Connection 3
OTBW 5.5
2.0
1,2
Butt Weld 1 0
9
2

6.5
Reducer - Eccentric
with a Connection 3
EZBW 5.5
2.0
1,2
Fabricated from Plate 1 0
9
2

6.5
Reducer - Eccentric
with a Connection 3
EXBW 5.5
2.0
1,2
Swaged from Pipe 1 0
9
2

6.5

Reducer - Eccentric RESC 5.5


2.0 1
Screwed 1 0 3
2

5.5
Reducer - Eccentric 3
with a Connection OTSC 5.5 (
)
(
) 2.0
1 0 2
1,2
9
Screwed

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3.14.2 REDU - eccentric (continued)


Component SKEY Plotted Symbol P–points Notes
Description

4.8
Reducer - Eccentric 1.5
REFL 5.6
1 0 3
2
1,2
Flanged

Reducer - Eccentric
4.8
Fabricated from Plate EPFL 1.5
1 0 2 1,2
3
5.6
Flanged

Reducer - Eccentric
4.8
Swaged from Pipe ESFL 1.5
1 0 2 1,2
3
5.6
Flanged

Reducer - Eccentric OTFL 3


1,2
4.8
with a Connection 1.5
1 0 2
5.6 9
Flanged

Reducer - Eccentric EZFL 3


1,2
4.8
with a Connection 1.5
1 0 2
5.6 9
Fabricated from Plate
Flanged
Reducer - Eccentric EXFL 3
1,2
4.8
with a Connection 1.5
1 0 2
5.6 9
Swaged from Pipe
Flanged

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3.14.2 REDU - eccentric (continued)


Notes:
1. Generic type REDU has a connection reference to facilitate
connections to reducers.
If the connection facility is not being used, then an eccentric reducer
will have a p–arrive, a p–leave, and a P3 to orientate the flat side.
If the connection facility is to be used, P3 will be the connection p–
point and as such must have valid bore and orientation data for the
connection. As the flat side can be either in the same direction as the
connection or directly opposite, a P9 p–point must be used to give
the orientation of the flat side.
2. If an orientation p–point is present in the point set, the orientation
of this p–point will be shown on the isometric.

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3.15 SHU Symbol Keys

Component SKEY Plotted Symbol P–points Notes


Description
6.5

Non-Category Item NC** 1,2


4.5
1 0 2

Notes:
1. Replace the ** characters in the symbol key with one of the
following end condition identifiers:
BW for butt weld
CP for compression
SW for socket weld
FL for flanged
SC for screwed
PL for plain
2. SHU elements have a CRFA attribute allowing up to 10 connection
points.

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3.16 TEE or OLET Symbol Keys

Component SKEY Plotted Symbol P–points Notes


Description
Olet - Half Coupling
e.g. Screwed (Picture 3
3.0
shows screwed but HC** ) )
( ( 1 0 2
can be any connection
3.0
type)

Olet - Half Coupling 3.0 3


HC** () ()
e.g. Socket Weld
1 0 2
3.0

3.2
Olet - Latrolet 3
LA**
e.g. Butt Weld () ()
1 0 2

4.8

3.2
Olet - Latrolet 3
LA**
e.g. Screwed () ()
1 0 2

4.8

3.2
Olet - Latrolet 3
LA**
e.g. Socket Weld () ()
1 0 2

4.8

1.0

Olet - Nipolet
NI**
e.g. Screwed 5.0
3

() ()
1 0 2
3.5

1.0

Olet - Nipolet NI** 3


e.g. Plain Ended 5.0
) )
( ( 1 0 2
4.0

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Component SKEY Plotted Symbol P–points Notes


Description

4.0
Olet - Sockolet SK** () () 3

1 0 2
5.5

4.0
Olet - Sweepolet SW** () () 3

1 0 2
5.5

3.5

Olet - Thredolet TH** 3


4.0
) )
( ( 1 0 2

5.5

3.5

Olet - Weldolet WT** 3


4.0
) )
( ( 1 0 2

5.5

5.5

Olet - Instrument 3
ITFL 8.0
Flanged 1 0 2

5.0
VARIABLE
Tee - Butt Weld TEBW ANGLE 2,3
3

() () 1 0 2

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Component SKEY Plotted Symbol P–points Notes


Description
VARIABLE
ANGLE

Tee - Compression TECP 3 2,3


() () 1 0 2

VARIABLE
ANGLE

Tee - Flanged TEFL 3 2,3


1 0 2

VARIABLE
ANGLE

Tee - Screwed TESC 3 2,3


() () 1 0 2

VARIABLE
ANGLE

Tee - Set-on TESO 3 1,2


() () 1 0 2

VARIABLE
ANGLE
REINFORCED
Tee - Set-on TESF 3 1,2
Reinforced () () 1 0 2

VARIABLE
ANGLE

Tee - Pulled TPUL 3 1,2

() () 1 0 2

VARIABLE
ANGLE

Tee - Socket Weld TESW 3 2,3


() () 1 0 2

Tee - Swept Branch TSBW 3 2


Butt Weld () () 1 0 2

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Component SKEY Plotted Symbol P–points Notes


Description

Tee - Swept Branch 3


TSFL 2
Flanged 1 0 2

Tee - Swept Branch TSCP 2


Compression 3

() () 1 0 2

Tee - Swept Branch TSSW 2


Socket Weld 3

() () 1 0 2

Notes:
1. The position of P3 along the perpendicular axis is important for
deriving the cut pipe length. The perpendicular displacement of P3
is determined by the point at which the offline leg intersects the
main line. For TESO and TERF, the distance P0 to P3 must not
exceed half the main bore; P0, P1, P2 and P3 will be coincident when
the offline leg has the same bore as the main line. For TPUL, the
distance P0 to P3 must exceed half the main bore. If the position of
P3 does not follow these rules, any weld shown at the intersection
may appear in the wrong place.
2. The dimensions of piping components depend upon plotted leg
length. The default plotted leg length is 9mm, but you can set this to
a different value using the LEGLENGTH command. The minimum
value you can set is 6mm.
3. The TEBW, TECP, TEFL, TESC and TESW SKEYs can be used for
laterals.

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3.17 TRAP Symbol Keys

Component SKEY Plotted Symbol P–points Notes


Description
8.0

Trap - In Line TI** 4.5 10 2


2
(Straight Through)
9.25

0
4.0 8.0 1
2
Trap - Angle TA* 1,2
*
4.5

8.0
Trap - Offset TO** 1,3
0
1
6.0 8.0
2
3

5.0

Trap - Return TR** 2


3
1,4
21.5 26.0
0
1

Notes:
1. Replace the ** characters in the symbol key with one of the
following end condition identifiers:
BW for butt weld
CP for compression
SW for socket weld
FL for flanged
SC for screwed
PL for plain

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3.17 TRAP Symbol Keys (continued)

2. To use this symbol, the p–points must be arranged as shown in the


following diagram:

P0
P2

P1
3. To use this symbol, the p–points must be arranged as shown in the
following diagram:

P0

P2
P1
P1 P0

P3 P3 P2

Plan

P1 P0
P0 P1

P2 P3 P2
P3

End Side

P3 must not have a valid bore. It is used only to obtain correct orientation
of the element.
P3 can be orientated in INTERCAT.
Note that the horizontal offset may be zero; i.e. P0, P1, P2 and P3 may be
coplanar.

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3.17 TRAP Symbol Keys (continued)

4. To use this symbol, the p–points must be arranged as shown in the


following diagram:

P2
P3

P0 P1

Note that the horizontal offset may be zero; i.e. P0 and P1(and similarly
P2 and P3) may be coincident.

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3.18 UNIO Symbol Keys

Component SKEY Plotted Symbol P–points Notes


Description
5.5

Union - Screwed UNSC 2.5 10 2

Union - Socket Weld UNSW 5.5

2.5 10 2

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3.19 VALV Symbol Keys

Component SKEY Plotted Symbol P–points Notes


Description
9.25

4.0 03
1
Valve - Angle AV** 8.0 2
1,2

4.75

9.25

03
Valve - Angle 4.0 1
AX** 1,2
Pressure Reducing 8.0 2

4.75

9.25

03
Valve - Angle 4.0 1
AR** 1,2
Relief/Vent 8.0 2

4.75

9.25

Valve - Ball VB** 4.0 1 0 3 2


1,2

3.0

Valve - Basic VV** 4.0 1,2


1 0 3 2

9.25

Valve - Butterfly VY** 4.0 1,2


1 0 3 2

9.25

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3.19 VALV Symbol Keys (continued)

Component SKEY Plotted Symbol P–points Notes


Description

4.0
Valve - Check VC** 1
0
2 1,2
9.25

Valve - Check CK** 4.0 1


0
2
1,2

9.0

Valve - Cock VK** 1,2


1 0 3 2
4.0

9.25

Valve - Diaphragm VD** 1,2


1 0 3 2
4.0

9.25

Valve - Gate VT** 1,2


1 0 3 2
4.0

9.25

Valve - Globe VG** 1,2


1 0 3 2
4.0

9.25

Valve - Needle VN** 1,2


4.0 1 0 3 2

9.25

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Component SKEY Plotted Symbol P–points Notes


Description
Valve - Plug VP** 1,2
1 0 3 2
4.0

9.25

Valve - Pressure VX** 1,2


Reducing 4.0 2.5 1 0 3 2

9.25

Valve - Relief/Vent VR** 1,2


1 0 3 2
4.0

9.25

Valve - Slide VS** 1,2


1 0 3 2
4.0

9.25

Notes:
1. Replace the ** characters in the symbol key with one of the
following end condition identifiers:
BW for butt weld
CP for compression
SW for socket weld
FL for flanged
SC for screwed
PL for plain
2. If an orientation p–point is present in the point set, then ISOGEN
will output the orientation of this p–point unless it is oriented in a
primary direction (X, Y, Z etc.)

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3.20 VENT Symbol Keys

Component SKEY Plotted Symbol P–points Notes


Description

2.5
Rupture Disk RD 10 2

7.75

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3.21 VFWA Symbol Keys

Component SKEY Plotted Symbol P–points Notes


Description
9.25
3
4.0
Valve - 4 Way V4** 0 5
1,2
8.0 1 2
4

4.5

Notes:
1. Replace the ** characters in the symbol key with one of the
following end condition identifiers:
BW for butt weld
CP for compression
SW for socket weld
FL for flanged
SC for screwed
PL for plain
2. If an orientation p–point (P5) is present in the point set, the
orientation of that p–point will be shown on the isometric.

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3.22 VTWA Symbol Keys

Component SKEY Plotted Symbol P–points Notes


Description

9.25

4.0 04
Valve - 3 Way V3** 1
3
2 1,2
8.0

4.5

Notes:
1. Replace the ** characters in the symbol key with one of the
following end condition identifiers:
BW for butt weld
CP for compression
SW for socket weld
FL for flanged
SC for screwed
PL for plain
2. If an orientation p–point (P5) is present in the point set, the
orientation of that p–point will be shown on the isometric.

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3.23 WELD Symbol Keys

Component SKEY Plotted Symbol P–points Notes


Description

Weld - Site WS 4.0


1 0 2

4.0

FFW

Weld - Field Fitted WF 4.0


1 0 2

4.0

Weld - Shop WW 1 0 2

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3.24 Floor Penetration ATTA Symbol

Component SKEY Plotted Symbol Notes


Description

Pipe passing through FLOR 1,2,3


floor

Notes:
1. Same rules apply as those used for positioning the FLOW ARROW
symbol (see ISODRAFT User Guide Section 4.2).
2. Must only be positioned in vertical sections of pipeline.
3. ISODRAFT will automatically orientate the fitting shape to suit the
up/down direction of the pipeline.

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3.25 Symbol Key Reference Index

This section lists all available symbol keys (SKEYs) in alphabetic order.
Cross–references are given to the generic component types (GTYPEs)
under which you will find them described in the preceding sections of this
appendix (if appropriate).
Each SKEY has an indication of whether or not it may be redefined, as
explained in the ISODRAFT User Guide Section 10.1. For components
which include spindles, the standard spindle type associated with the
predefined SKEY is indicated, see the ISODRAFT User Guide Section
10.3 for illustrations of these spindle types.
SKEY GTYPE COMPONENT USER SPINDLE
DEFINABLE? TYPE
AR** VALV Angled Pressure Reducing Valve Yes 09SP
AV** VALV Angled Valve Yes 01SP
AX** VALV Angled Relief Valve or Vent Yes 02SP
BA** PCOM Angle Block No
BEFL BEND Flanged Bend No
BO** PCOM Offset Block Yes
BR** PCOM Return Block No
BTFL BEND Flanged Bend with Tee No
BU+D BEND Pulled Return Bend No
BUFL BEND Flanged Return Bend No
C3** INST 3–Way Control Valve No 13SP
C4** INST 4–Way Control Valve No 13SP
CA** INST Angled Control Valve Yes 13SP
CEBW COUP Butt Weld Elbolet Yes
CESC COUP Screwed Fitting Elbolet Yes
CESW COUP Socket Weld Elbolet Yes
CH** PCOM Hose Coupling Yes
CK** VALV Check Valve Yes
COCP COUP Compression Fitting Coupling Yes
COSC COUP Screwed Fitting Coupling Yes
COSW COUP Socket Weld Coupling Yes
CPBW REDU Butt Weld Concentric Reducer Yes
CPFL REDU Flanged Concentric Reducer Yes
CRBW CROS Butt Weld Cross No
CRCP CROS Compression Fitting Cross No
CRFL CROS Flanged Cross No
CRRF CROS Set On Reinforced Cross No
CRSC CROS Screwed Fitting Cross No
CRSO CROS Set On Cross No

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DEFINABLE? TYPE
CRSW CROS Socket Weld Cross No
CSBW REDU Butt Weld Concentric Reducer Yes
CSFL REDU Flanged Concentric Reducer Yes
CTBW REDU Butt Weld Concentric Reducer Yes
with Tee
CTFL REDU Flanged Concentric Reducer Yes
with Tee
CTSC REDU Screwed Fitting Concentric Yes
Reducer with Tee
CTSW REDU Socket Weld Concentric Reducer Yes
with Tee
CV** INST Control Valve Yes 13SP
CXBW REDU Butt Weld Concentric Reducer Yes
with Tee
CXFL REDU Flanged Concentric Reducer Yes
with Tee
CZBW REDU Butt Weld Concentric Reducer Yes
with Tee
CZFL REDU Flanged Concentric Reducer Yes
with Tee
DR INST Rupture Disc Yes
EBSC ELBO Screwed Fitting (Male) Elbow No
ELBW ELBO Butt Weld Elbow No
ELCP ELBO Compression Fitting Elbow No
ELSC ELBO Screwed Fitting Elbow No
ELSW ELBO Socket Weld Elbow No
EPBW REDU Butt Weld Eccentric Reducer Yes
EPFL REDU Flanged Eccentric Reducer Yes
ER** ELBO Reducing Elbow No
ESBW REDU Butt Weld Eccentric Reducer Yes
ESFL REDU Flanged Eccentric Reducer Yes
ETBW ELBO Butt Weld Elbow with Tee No
ETCP ELBO Compression Fitting Elbow No
with Tee
ETSC ELBO Screwed Fitting Elbow with Tee No
ETSW ELBO Socket Weld Elbow with Tee No
EUBW ELBO Butt Weld Return Elbow No
EX** PCOM Expansion Bellows Yes
EXBW REDU Butt Weld Eccentric Reducer Yes
with Tee Yes
EXFL REDU Flanged Eccentric Reducer Yes
with Tee
EZBW REDU Butt Weld Eccentric Reducer Yes
with Tee

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SKEY GTYPE COMPONENT USER SPINDLE


DEFINABLE? TYPE
EZFL REDU Flanged Eccentric Reducer Yes
with Tee
FA** FILT Angled Filter No
FI** FILT Straight–Through (In–Line) Filter Yes
FLBL FLAN Blind or Blanking Flange Yes
FLBL FBLI Blind or Blanking Flange Yes
FLFL FLAN Flared Flange Yes
FLLB FLAN Loose Backing Flange Yes
FLOW Flow Arrow Yes
FLRC FLAN Reducing Flange Yes
FLRC FBLI Reducing Flange Yes
FLRE FLAN Eccentric Reducing Flange Yes
FLRE FBLI Eccentric Reducing Flange Yes
FLRG LJSE Lap Joint Ring Yes
FLOR ATTA Floor Penetration Type ATTA Yes
FLSC FLAN Screwed Fitting Flange Yes
FLSE LJSE Lap Joint Stub End Yes
FLSJ FLAN Slip–on J–Type Welded Flange Yes
FLSW FLAN Socket Weld Flange Yes
FLSO FLAN Slip–on Flange Yes
FLWN FLAN Weld Neck Flange Yes
FO** FILT Offset Filter Yes
FOSO FLAN Slip–on Flange with Orifice Yes
FOWN FLAN Weld Neck Flange with Orifice Yes
FPFL FTUB Fixed Length Pipe with No
Flanged Ends
FPPL FTUB Fixed Length Pipe with Plain
Ends Yes
FR** FILT Return Filter No
FT** PCOM Flame Trap Yes
FX** PCOM Flexible Hose Yes
H3** INST 3–Way Control Valve No 12SP
H4** INST 4–Way Control Valve No 12SP
HA** INST Angled Control Valve Yes 12SP
HC** OLET Screwed Half Coupling Yes
HC** OLET Socket Weld Half Coupling Yes
HV** INST Control Valve Yes 12SP
IA** INST Angled Instrument Yes
IDFL INST Flanged Instrument with Dial No
IDPL INST Instrument with Dial No
II** INST Instrument Yes

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DEFINABLE? TYPE
IO** INST Offset Instrument Yes
IR** INST Return Instrument No
ITFL OLET Flanged Instrument Tee No
KABW CAP Butt Weld Cap Yes
KACP CAP Compression Fitting Cap Yes
KASC CAP Screwed Fitting Cap Yes
KASW CAP Socket Weld Cap Yes
L@BW BEND Butt Weld Lobster Back Bend No
L@FL BEND Flanged Lobster Back Bend No
LA** OLET Butt Weld Latrolet Yes
LA** OLET Screwed Fitting Latrolet Yes
LA** OLET Socket Weld Latrolet Yes
M3** INST 3–Way Motorised Valve No 11SP
M4** INST 4–Way Motorised Valve No
MA** INST Angled Control Valve Yes 11SP
MIBW BEND Butt Weld Mitred Bend No
MIFL BEND Flanged Mitred Bend No
MTBW BEND Butt Weld Mitred Bend with Tee No
MTFL BEND Flanged Mitred Bend with Tee No
MV** INST Motorised Valve Yes 11SP
NBSC COUP Screwed Nipple Yes
NC** PCOM Non–Category Item Yes
NC** SHU Non–Category Item Yes
NI** OLET Plain End Nipolet Yes
NI** OLET Screwed Fitting Nipolet Yes
NRSC COUP Screwed Fitting Nipple Yes
OP INST Orifice Plate Yes
OTBW REDU Butt Weld Eccentric Reducer Yes
with Tee
OTFL REDU Flanged Eccentric Reducer Yes
with Tee
OTSC REDU Screwed Fitting Eccentric Yes
Reducer with Tee
PB+D BEND Pulled Bend No
PF CLOS Fixed Length Pipe Block Yes
PL PCOM Plug Yes
PV CLOS Variable Length Pipe Block Yes
PR INST Restrictor Plate Yes
RA** INST Angled Relief Valve Yes 02SP
RBSC REDU Screwed Fitting Concentric Yes
Reducing Bush

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SKEY GTYPE COMPONENT USER SPINDLE


DEFINABLE? TYPE
RBSW REDU Socket Weld Concentric Yes
Reducing Bush
RCBW REDU Butt Weld Concentric Reducer Yes
RCCP REDU Compression Fitting Concentric Yes
Reducer
RCFL REDU Flanged Concentric Reducer Yes
RCSC REDU Screwed Fitting Concentric Yes
Reducer
RCSW REDU Socket Weld Concentric Reducer Yes
RD VENT Rupture Disc Yes
REBW REDU Butt Weld Eccentric Reducer Yes
REFL REDU Flanged Eccentric Reducer Yes
RESC REDU Screwed Fitting Eccentric Reducer Yes
RF REDU Special Reducing Flange Yes
RNSC REDU Nipple Fitting Concentric Reducer Yes
RP PCOM Restrictor Plate Yes
RV** INST Relief Valve Yes
S3** INST 3–Way Control Valve with No 10SP
Square Indicator
S4** INST 4–Way Control Valve with No 10SP
Square Indicator
SA** INST Angled Control Valve with Yes 10SP
Square Indicator
SB PCOM Spectacle Blind Yes
SG** PCOM Sight Glass Yes
SK** OLET Socket Weld Sockolet Yes
SP PCOM Slip Plate Yes
SR PCOM Slip Ring Yes
SV** INST Control Valve with Square Yes 10SP
Indicator
SW** OLET Butt Weld Sweepolet Yes
T@BW BEND Butt Weld Lobster Back Bend No
with Tee
T@FL BEND Flanged Lobster Back Bend No
with Tee
TA** TRAP Angled Trap No
TB+D BEND Pulled Bend with Tee No
TEBW TEE Butt Weld Tee No
TECP TEE Compression Fitting Tee No
TEFL TEE Flanged Tee No
TESC TEE Screwed Fitting Tee No

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DEFINABLE? TYPE
TESO TEE Set On Tee No
TERF TEE Reinforced Tee No
TESW TEE Socket Weld Tee No
TH** OLET Screwed Fitting Thredolet Yes
TI** TRAP In–line Trap Yes
TO** TRAP Offset Trap Yes
TR** TRAP Return Trap No
TPUL TEE Pulled Tee No
TSBW TEE Butt Weld Swept Tee No
TSCP TEE Compression Fitting Swept Tee No
TSFL TEE Flanged Swept Tee No
TSSW TEE Socket Weld Swept Tee No
TU** PCOM Tundish or Funnel Yes
UNSC UNIO Screwed Fitting Union Yes
UNSW UNIO Socket Weld Union Yes
V3** VTWA 3–Way Valve No 01SP
V4** VFWA 4–Way Valve No 01SP
VB** VALV Ball Valve Yes 03SP
VC** VALV Check Valve Yes
VD** VALV Diaphragm Valve Yes 01SP
VG** VALV Globe Valve Yes 01SP
VK** VALV Cock Valve Yes 03SP
VN** VALV Needle Valve Yes 06SP
VP** VALV Plug Valve Yes 07SP
VR** VALV Relief Valve Yes 02SP
VS** VALV Slide Valve Yes 08SP
VT** VALV Gate Valve Yes 05SP
VV** VALV Basic Valve Yes 01SP
VX** VALV Pressure Reducing Valve Yes 09SP
VY** VALV Butterfly Valve Yes 03SP
WF WELD Field Fitted Weld No
WS WELD Site Weld No
WTBW OLET Butt Weld Weldolet Yes
WW WELD Shop Weld No
XA** INST Angled Pressure Reducing Valve Yes 09SP
XV** INST Pressure Reducing Valve Yes 09SP
01HG Hanger (As a basis for user– Yes
defined hangers; see
ISODRAFT User Guide Section 10.4)

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NOTE: **denotes any of the following connection types:


BW Butt Weld
CP Compression Fitting
FL Flanged
SC Screwed Fitting
SW Socket Weld
PL Plain

@ denotes the number of bend segments (range 1-9)

+ denotes the ratio of the bend radius to the pipe bore (range 1-9)

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